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yURANTOX, PA., WEDNESDAY MOHNJLNG, FEBRUARY 10, 1897.
TWO CENTS A COPY
left over our regular
fall and winter selling
in our cloak department
Got Rid of.
WE NO LONGER QUOTE
PRICES, BUT WILL CLEAN
THE ENTIRE LOT.
fart of tie Let,
Or Stogie Garments
AT LESS THAN COST OF MAK
ING THIS 13
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EARNEST AND WILL
Cleai tie Stock
OUT WITHIN THE NEXT TEN
DAYS, NO MATTER WHAT THE
SACRIFICE TO US MAY BE.
FOR NEXT SEASON. YOU
NEVER HAD SUCH AN OPPOR
TUNITY AS THE PRESENT.
THIS IS POSITIVELY THE LAST
CALL OF THE SEASON ON
THESE GOODS, AND PRICES
WILL NEVER REACH "THE
SAME LOW POINT AGAIN,
THAT IS CERTAIN.
A Number of Unique Bills Introduced at
DILL TO MAKE VOTING COMPULSORY
Sej fort's Illlorts to Abolish Poison
ont Pets Aro Not Kecognicd--ilIr.
Underwood, of Wnvne, Is After the
Auonjiiiotis Letter Writer--A Hill
Concerning the Weight of Outs.
Hanisbuig, Pa, Feb D The senate
was called to order nt 100 this morn
ing by Piesldent Pro Tern McCanell.
file early pait of the session was tak
en ill) by the lending of petitions play
ing foi the passage ot laws i elating to
the sliaie ot n widow in the estate of
her husband who dies Intestate, pro
viding for the closing of saloons on
Memorial day; and making It a inlde
lneanoi foi an peison to teal down or
mutilate the Amerlc-nn Hag on any pub
lic ot private building.
The following bills weie read In place:
Bj Mi. Vaughn Making an apuropi lo
tion of $50,000 foi the construction ot a
wing of the Insane building at the' Hill
side Home, of the Scranton poor dlstilct,
By Ml. Gobln Approptiatlng $GO,000 for
the picservatlon and maintenance of the
ledoubts and entrenchments of the lands
taken by the state known as Valley
B Mr Cochran Making an appioptla
tlon of $1,U0U to the W'illlamspot t Home
for the Ft landless.
Bj Mr Thomas To pro Ide for the ap
pointment of Jury commissioners for lin
ing the juiy wheels with the .names of
citizens, and foi drawing jmors for the
seeial couits In cities of the Hist class.
Bj Mi. Andrews An act making voting
compulsorj upon every qualified oter at
each and eveij general election Judges
of elections aio requlied to prepare a cor
lect list of all 'voteis who hae failed to
ote, the list to be tiansmlttcd to the
cleiks of courts and persons falling to
vote are to show cause whj a line should
not be Imposed upon them Sickness or
absence fiom the cltj Is held a alld e
cuso for not oting. The line Is llxed at
$5 and cost--, and the property of the of
fender to the amount of 100 Is to be
exempt. The lines collected shall go to
the public school fund.
Bj Mi. Biown An act amendatory of
the Baker b illot law after the Australian
sjstem All nominees aro put In groups,
accoidlng to the olllce and not the paitj.
The paitj designation Is put opposite the
name of each candidate.
Bj Mi. Losch An act ci citing a board
of gas, electric light and watei commis
sioners, and defining their poweis and
duties The boiid to consist of three
members, to be appointed by the governor,
who shall hold office for lle jears One
of the boatd to bo a member of the minor
It y part j'. The annual salai j of the chali
man Is to be $3 000, and of the other coni
mlssloneis $4,500 The boaid maj expend
a sum not exceeding $JO,000 In the per
formance of Its work.
In executive session these notailes
Pittsburg; It. Louis Grambs,
Scianton; Uriah Reed, Jeisey Shoie;
M. Walter Miller, Benjamin Renshaw,
Chniles A. Coll, Pemberton S. Betts,
TALK ON THE THOMAS RESOLU
TION. President McCanell, calling Mr.
Giady to the chair, arose to a ques
tion of personal privilege, in which he
leferied at considerable length to the
Thomas lesolution ciltlclzlng the Ilat
ilsbuig"fire department. He thought
the consldeiation and passage of that
lesolution duilng his absence 111 timed.
He had explained to Mi. Gobln the
cause of his failuie to be In his seat In
the senate He said that ciltlclstn of
his absence In the newspaper was un
called for. To the volunteer firemen he
paid a glowing tilbute, taking as pi oof
of their efllclency the small luss b lite
In pievlous years. The ieeent file in
Philadelphia was touched uuon in sai
eastlc vein and its fallute to heat its
electilc cars came in far a shoie of the
Dauphin senator's liony.
To Mr. Thomas' quety as to what
had become of the old led mare that
had carried the people of Hairlsbuig
pi lor to the introduction of the tiolley
car, the piesldent pio tern, leplled that
he undei stood the animal had been
sent to Philadelphia and was piobably
doing seivice there. He had no doubt
that the Philadelphia senator lode be
hind the mate In coming fiom his su
burban home He believed that Hairls
buig could leam things fiom the staid
Quaker city, and said that when It came
to build a new city hall Hanisburg
would haidly employ the methods ein
plojed by Philadelphia. He concluded
by making a motion to leeonslder the
Mr. Thomas leplled saying that the
best ondoisenient of the senate's action
ot last Tliuisday was tne movement
on the part ot Hanisbuig citizens and
councils to establish a paid file depait
ment. J le w as lollow ed bj Messt s. Saj -lor
The motion to reconsldei the lesolu
tion was lost.
A message was lecelvod fiom the
goveinoi containing his appioval of the
Mitchell tieasuiy inestigation resolu
tion and the eoncuuent lesolution pio-
Iding for the proper mailing of the leg
Mr. Vaughn's bill amending the act
of 1871 lelating to the matter of lnci eas
ing municipal indebtedness of munici
palities pasted llnallj-. The amendment
abolishes the icstilctlon that the" tax
levied to pay the municipal Indebted
ness shall be equal to eight per cent.
At 1 o'clock the senate adjourned until
tomoirovv morning at 11 o'clock.
At 11 30 the house was called to older
by Speahei Iioyer, and tlieie was few
vacant seats. Tim Seyfei t bill, prohib
iting any peison to harbor any poison
ous reptile or animal as a pet was le
An afllimatlve repoit accompanied
the bill ci eating a depaitment of mints
Mr Voorhees, of Philadelphia, offered
a lesolution, which' was adopted, re
seivlng the east gallery for the use of
ladles and ladies accompanied by gen
tlemen. Mr, Mcl.ain, of Lancaster, who sits
under the east gallery, factitiously mov
ed to amend by Insetting west galleiy.
Members on tho east side voted vocl
feiiously for the amendment, but It
failed, and the origin lesolution went
thiough, amid much applauBe from tho
Among the bills lead in place vveie
By Mr. Luden, of Bciks Appropriating
$2,000 to tho Home for FilendlcsH Chlldieli,
By Mr. Welble, of Berks-Making thirty
two pounds thustandaul weight of a bush
el of oats.
By Mr. Mackey, Lackawanna Appro
priating $50,000 for an Ins.ino building at
the Hillside Home, Scianton.
By Mr. Monahun, of Lusrerne Appropri
ating $35,000 to tho Plltston Hospital asso
ciation By Mr. Coivell, ot Lycoming Appioprl
atlng JIG,!)1 to the Home for the Friend
By Mi Nesblt, of NorthtimbeiHnd Re
pealing the act ei eating tho state boaid
By Mi. Underwood, of Wajne Punish
ing the sending of anonjmous commtml
catlons of a libelous, defamatory, scurri
lous oi opproblous natuie.
Bj Mr. Speer, of Venango Relating to
the collection of taxes In cities of the
A lesolution was adopted piovidlng
for the removal of tho debils ot the
buined capltol and the saving of such
portions ns shall be of use to the in
When the house lesolution constitut
ing tho commissioners ot buildings and
giounds w Ith the senate and house com
mittees on i ubllc buildings a commis
sion to prepaie a bill tor the erection
of a new capltol was letumed fiom
the senate with notice of non-concut-rence,
Speaker Bovcr luled, when sug
gested the appointment of a conference
committee that there was nothing to
Mr. Pluliet, of Biadfoid, offeied a res
olution which was unanimously adopt
ed, thanking Governor Hastings for his
piompt and effective vvoik In piocuiing
a building of such ample and convenient
piopoitions foi tiie use ot the legisla
The house adjoin nod until 11 o'clock
BOLD TRAIN ROBBERY.
A Bandit Secures Registered Mail Pack
ages from the Cars After His Com
panion Had Been Killed.
Kingman, Ariz, Feb. 0 About S 30
o'clock last evening two lobbeis at
tempted to hold up the west-bound pas
senger tialn on the Santa Fe lino, six
ty miles east of here. After stopping
the tialn they made the flieman get off
the engine and uncouple the express
and mall cats. Messenger Solleis,
thinking that something was wrong,
told his assltant to get off the car on
one side with a shot gun while he got
off on the other side with a levolver.
One of the lobbeis was standing near
the engine, and the messenger Hied
at him at shoit range. The lobber fell
dead. The other lobber then compelled
the fireman to get on the engine again
and tun the engine and expiess and
mall cais up the toad, wheie It was
stopped and the lobber made and un
sueeessutl attempt to get Into the ex
piess cm. Tho mall car was enteied
and scveial legisteied packages taken.
The lobber dlsupeared in the daikness
The dead robber was not identified. Of
ficers have cone fiom Kingman with
Indian tialleis The amount of money
seemed is unknown.
AUSTRALIAN BALL PLAYERS.
Crnck Club from tho Island Will Make
a Tour ol the World.
Chicago, Teb 9 A cablegram from
Australia has just been tecelved by
Pi esldent James A. Hai t, of the Chicago
ball club.announcing that a team of Au
stiallan biseball plajeis will sail from
Sjdney by the Maich boat to San Fran
cisco, and that Manngei Henry Mus
giove, wlio successfully managed the
Austiallan ciicketeis on thelt tilp
aiound the globe last jear, had sailed
on the Alineda, w hlch is due to an ive at
San Traiiclsco this month.
Managei Musgiove comes in advance
to complete aiiangements for the tour
of the plavers Thcj want to play
games with clubs thioughout the Uni
ted States, their intention being to make
a tour of the vvoild.
Brilliant Oathciiug ol Xotcit Penn
svlvnninus at Ilarrisliing.
Hanisbuig, Pa, Feb 9 Governor
and Mis Hastings gave a laigely at
tended leeeptlon at the executive man
sion tonight In honoi of the state olll
clals and leslslatois and thelt wives.
The distinguished guests vveie Govei
nots Lowndes, of Maiyland; Gilggs,
of New Jeisey, and Tunnel, of Dela
Otheis present vveie Major Geneial
Snowden and staff, Btlgadler Geneials
Wiley, Schall and Gobln and the gov
ernor's staff. It was a biilliuut func
tion. FATE OF AN ACTRESS.
Coroner Will Investigate the Suspic
ious Death ol liable 1'ox.
Sing Sing, N Y Teb. 0 Captain
Stuait Majur, of the eoul bnige Heiny
J. DV'vennej, owned by McWilliams
BiothPis, New Yoik, was at rested last
night on the ehaige ol knowing some
thing about the dith of Ellen Lull, un
aetiess, whose home was in Sytacue
and whoso stage name was Mabel Fox.
She had been living with Major on
the baie foi some months. Her body
was found in the liver at this place
alongside the barge last evening. Th
coronei will hold an Inquest.
Superior Court Session,
Willlamspoit, Pa, Feb 9 Tho Superi
or couit opened a two weks' term heio
todaj-. Dining tho moining Dlstilct At
torney J, C. Haj maker, of Allegheny coun
ty, appealed In couit and asked that the
case of the commonwealth vs William H
Houso bo certified to tho stuto Supiemo
court. The Judges held tho matter undei
advisement, on account of the absence of
Judges Smith and Orlady. '
Hieyclo Itnuu Scoro,
Pittsburg Pa , Teb 9 -The mlgnlght
scoio In the 7-Mioui bicycle lace was as
follows. Waller, 437 miles, 4 laps; Grim,
4J7 miles, 2 lamps, Schock, 41b miles, 4
laps; Reuckel, 259 miles, U laps; Hall, 40S
miles, 4 laps, Foister, 378 miles, 10 laps,
Douche, 40J miles, 4 laps Duilng the day
Johnson und Turvllle dropped out of tho
Will of President Ilobeits.
Nortistown, Pn,, Feb. 9. The will of tho
lato George B. Roberts was admitted to
probato here today. The bulk ot the es
tate is left to the widow and ehlldien of
tho testator and $15,000 Is to go to several
charities Tho amount of the estate Is
not mentioned In the will.
RIOTS AT HAMBURG
Result of Dissatisfaction Among the
POLICE BATTLE WITH THE MOB
Hundreds of Vicious Idlers Assist the
Strikurs--Thc Oiheers Are Worsted
in the I'irst Kiicountcr, but Suc
ceed in Preserving Order.
Hambuig, Feb 9 Ever since tho de
cision of a majority ot the men who
took pait in the gieat stiiko here by
dock laboieis and otheis emplojed in
tiie shipping tiade to return to vvoik,
there lias been much discontent among
the men. The defeat of the stilkeis
was due niiinly to lack of funds, and
the j' felt eiy bitter that they were
compelled to return to vvoik without
having In the least benefitted their con
dition. Tonight the bad feeling among
the men culminated In a bittet fight
between a laige number of the men
who had been on stiike and the polic,
who foi seveial dajs past have been
anticipating tiouble. Before the dls
tut banco was quelled tvvo men were
killed and nineteen se'iously wounded,
among the latter being live policemen
One repoit sajs the fighting oilgln
ated In a dispute between some men
who were arguing as to the coirectness
of the decision to teturn to woik, and
who tlnally came to blows. When the
police lnteivencd, the men combined
to thrash the policemen. Another storj
is that tiie police vveie the aggressors
The fighting became v ery serious rev ol
vers and sabres being fieely used.
The police vveie rapidly getting the
vvoist of the contest, being gi entry out
numbeied by the mob whose numbeis
quickly swelled by hordes of vicious
ldleis about the haibor. The jiollce at
llrst attempted to get the mob to dis
pel se by the use of mild means, but
these piovlng unavailing, sabres vveie
diawn and ordeis given to ehaige the
mob. Some of the iloters were armed
with revulveis, while others had blud
geons and stones. They held their
giound and made a despeiate resist
ance Eventually1 relnfoicements vveie
buttled to the scene and finally the
iloters were dispel sed with gieat diffi
culty. Later crowds of worklngmen gath
ered In Sanct Paul!, Wilhelmsbuig and
Altoonn, all of which places are piac
tlcallj' paits of Hamburg, and thieat
ened vengeance on the police. The lat
ter, feailnii that theie would be an
other outbieak went In strong force and
compelled the stieets to be denied
Most of the in juted were lemoved to
the hospitals Ninety-one of the liot
ets were anested.
Tuither disturbance duilng the night
were anticipated and the police patiols
A heavy rain is falling, which tends
to keep Indoois many of the discontent
ed vvoikingmen, who might otherwise
take part In the ilotlng.
MASON TO CHAMPION CUBA.
Tho Sonntor-Klcct Snjs Spanish
Cruelties Have .Undo 11 mi hick.
Chicago, Teb. 9 Senatoi -elect Will
iam E. Mason was the guest at a re
ception last night at the Menoken club,
of w hlch he Is a member. In his
speech he said.
I have dlsagieed with people sometimes,
but what I am going to saj- now Is a ques
tion of patilotlsm, not politics I was In
the Supieme eouit on Mondaj when tho
attorney genet.il sought to advance the
Intel ests of the Cubans who wanted to get
to their own countrj And If I get in anj
tiouble It will bo on tills score.
Have jou lead how the Spaniards aie
killing women and chlldicn.' Do jou
know how bojs are shot eveiy day.' I
tell jou I am sick and tired of men und
ehlldien being murdeied at out doois and
turning back and sajlng, "We'ie not out
hi otheis' keepers " 1 spy we are oui bio
thers' keepeis I slil nevei be silent un
til the belllgeiencj of Cuba is lecognlzed.
ELECTION MAY CAUSE BLOODSHED.
ructions in Arkansas Arming and
Trouble is Feared.
Little Rock, Feb, P. Democrats and
Populists each had a candidate for
sheriff In Lawrence countj-, this state.
Cliildeis, the Democrat, was declared
elected by a small majority. Stewart,
the Populist, chatged tiaud.
Election commissioners discovered an
en or and save the election to Stew ait.
Count j- Judge Tovvnsend, a Democrat,
held that the vote In several dlstilcts
was litegulai, and he threw it out and
eonltimed the election of Chlldeis.
Populi3ts and Piohlbltlonlsts on one
side, and the Cliildeis faction on the
other side, aie arming, and theie is
fear bloodshed will lesult.
CASTIGATION FOR A JURY.
Refused to Indict Alleged Defaulting
Geneseo, N Y, Feb 9 The giand
Juiy of Livingston county lose jester
day after a session of a week, leturnlng
nine indictments Thej refused to Unci
an indictment against James B Hamp
ton, the allegid defaulting county ti eas
urer. Judge Weinei, who pieslded in d!s
chaiging tiie jut j, told them they wete
a "stench to the nostiils of the people
of the county " He oideied the district
attorney to piesont the Hampton case
to next grand jury, and took a list of
the memhci'3 of the ptesent juij. His
address to the giand jury was the most
scathing evei dellveied to any juiy in
CORPSE IN A PATROL" BOX.
The Struugo Death ot Police Ollicer
Plttsbuig, Pa, Feb. 9 Police Officer
John Huuison was found dead at C 25
o'clock this momlug, standing in the
patiol box ut the coiner of Ninth stieet
and Libei ty nvenue, by Police Lieu
tenant Ciossln. Hatilson had repotted
to the central police station by tele
phone at 4 30 o'clock. When Lieuten
ant Ciossln opened the patrol box door,
Hariison's body fell against him, He
held the telephone receiver In his death
The cause of his death was due prob
ably to an electric shock or heart failure.
MEN OF PROMINENCE.
The New York
Theodore A. Havemeyer Is an Interesting
Individual quite apart from the fact that
ho is worth something between $40,000,000
and $50 000,000 He is the grandson of tho
Havemejcr who founded the gieat sugar
lndustij which be- and his brother havo
Inherited. Although an Ameilcan, Mi.
Havemejer Is really moio of a foreigner
than ho Is a Yankee He has lived most
of his jeais abroad and was decorated bj
the Austilan emperor with the Ordei of
Leopold. For twentj-flve jeirs he was
consul general of A'lenna. The empeioi
tendered him the place during a visit of
Mr. Huvemejei to the Austilan capital.
At that time sugar affairs vveie piesslng
the llavemejers, but the empeior was so
Impoitunate that Mr Havemejer con
sented to accept the ofllce. In agreeing
to take tho title confei led upon him with
his decoiatlon the title of an Austilan
VICTIMS OF THE STORM.
Alen Wounded on the United States
NYar Ships Are Receiving Treatment
at Marine Hospital, Charleston.
Charleston, S. C, Feb. 9 This moin
ing a gig came- ashoio fiom the United
States eiulser Muiblehead, which is lj
lng a few bundled feel oft the Southern
whaif. The gig was in charge of
Passed Assltant Suigeon Wentworth,
nnd it cairled the six seamen who weie
injuied on the ship during the passage
down the coast. Ambulances conveyed
the wounded men to the Maiine hospi
tal The injuied sallois are:
John U. Ryan, blacksmith, right knee
badlj injuied; John J. lllekey, plum
bei, scalp wounded and nose injured;
Andrew Andeison, seaman, nose frac
tuied and severe wound in tho head,
Herbert C. Osborne, shlpw light, small
bone in light leg broken; Fiederlck
C. Pattei, caipentei's mate, ankle
spi allied; Heibeit Lamar, a fireman
belonging to the tianspott Fein, badly
laceiated leg. All the injured are doing
well and will piobably be able to rejoin
their ships befoie the blockade is over.
All eftoits made by newspaper corie
spondents to boaid the wai ships off
Chaileston bar today were futile. The
Fein came up to the city for mall and
piovlslons. The Columbia, which Is
fuithest out is fiom sixteen to eighteen
miles fiom the city. Eaily this moin
ing some signalling was done fiom the
flagship New Yoik, and the ships be
gan to move fiom the noith to the
south of the haibor. The Dolphin was
nowheie In evidence todaj' and it is be
lieved that she has sailed south, possi
bly to lelleve the Newaik at the mouth
of the St. Johns liver. The battleships
Indiana and Massachusetts aie expect
ed to at live tomoirovv moining. The
Vesuvius has been ordeied away fiom
League Island, and It Is thought she
will come down the coast aftei all the
big waishlps are in position and try to
mil into the haibor undetected.
Effoits to get some detailed state
ment of the injuries done bj the stoim
to the ships aie thus far unavailing
The Maiblehoad when up to the city
gave little evidence of injury. Hei su
peistiuctuie vvas battel ed somewhat,
but she looked little the worse for tho
GREEK SHIPS FOR CRETE.
All Available VesselsW ill He l'ut Into
Commission nt Once.
London, Feb 9 In the house of com
mons todaj Alt Geoige N. Cuizon, un
der foielgn'secietaiy, said that nothing
had been heaid by the government of
the toimatlon of a piovislonal govein
mtnl In Crete It Is icpoited here that
'he Gieek tlag has l)een hoisted at
Retimo, Ciete, and that oidei at that
place Is inpidly being testoied.
A desp'itch tioin Athens ajs that the
TIIK NEWS TillS MOKNINU.
Weather Indications Today;
fair; Slightly Colder.
1 Another Bunch or New Bills lutio-
duced at Hairlsburg
Serious Laboi Riots at Hamburg.
Victims of the Ocean's Furj.
2 Ptosldenfs. Veto Again Ovenuled.
Flnunelal and Commercial
3 (Local) Criminal Court Findings.
Lackawanna Couutj's Reglstiatlon for
Boaid of Charities in Session.
State Legislative Topics.
5 (Local) Estimates Committee of Coun.
ells Ubes the Pruning Knlfo Effect
tlvely. Freeman Strikers' Version of the Tiou
ble. 0 (Storj) "Mj" Comrado Thompson," '
Whitney's News Budget,
7 News and Gossip of the West Side,
8 Up and Down the Vallej-,1
baion Mr. Havemej'er gave up whatever
political ambition he may have enter
tained so fai as this eountiy is concerned.
Mr. Havemejer Is vlce-oresldent of the
sugai ti list, and was boin in New York
cltj in 183J. Ho Is a brother of Henry O.
Havemejei. tho president of the comnanv.
Theodore at an earlj ago began work In
his father's rellnerj and learned all tho
details of the sugai leflnlng industry. He
was admitted Into partneishlp In l&bl, and
soon afterwaid opened a refinery of his
own. which was merged Into the geneial
companj when the tiust was foi med Mi.
Havemejer has added to his millions
monej made In the banking business and
by wise dealings In real estate In 1Si3 he
mauled Miss Btmllio Dt Loosey, the
daughter of Sir Charles V. De Loosej, and
has nine children. He lives In a palace
on Madison avenue, New York. Times
Heiald. official Garotte publishes a roj-al do
ciee ordering all of the available Greek
waishlps to be put Into commission Im
mediately and requiting several of them
to be sent to Ciete with the least possi
GAZETTE LIBEL CASE.
Proprietor ltecd nud Political He
porter Christ j Declared Guilty.
Plttsbuig, Pa, Feb. 9 The 1uiy In
the libel suit of Senators William Fllnn
and C. L. Magee, against the Commer
cial Gazette, letlred at 11 45 o'clock The
morning was occupied In attornej's' ad
diesses and Judge, WhJ.tfl.'achuii;e fo the
At 1.30 o'clock this afternoon the jury
leturncd a verdict, finding Albert Reed,
propnetoi, and Walter Clnlsty, politi
cal lepoiter ot the paper, guilty as
charged. Cltv- Edltci E. W. Battlett
IT COST HIM FIVE DOLLARS.
foreman O'Hnrn Und to Pa for His
Cries for Help.
Early yesteiday moining ciles for
help atti acted Patiolmen Jollier, Mai
ker and Ross to Center stieet near Penn
avenue Four men weie found there.
One of them, D. II. O'Haia, claimed
that his thiee companions vveie tijlng
to rob him All weie locked in the
central police station.
In yesterday's police couit O'Haia,
who was dtunk when anested, said the
thtee other pilsoneis had not wajlald
him. His ciles, he said, weie caused
b' his diunkeii condition. O'Haia gave
his occupation as that of a foreman
He was fined $5. A line of $3 each vvas
imposed on the otheis who described
themselves as Michael Mahadj', 23 yeaus
old, luboiei, of Dunmoie; Mailon Moi
rls, 27 jeats old, a gent, and John Hai
ilngton, 2t j ears old, laborer.
RESCUE MISSION ANNIVERSARY.
Mill lie Celebrated b Special Sci
vices Tomonow livening.
The appioachlng fifth annlversaiy of
the Rescue mission will be celebrated
at the mission building on Fianklln
avenue tomoirovv evening. Theie will
be set vices In which the Rescue mission
executive committee and city pastois
The set vice will be ai ranged espec
lallv for convcits, their ft lends and
families and peisons particuliilj ln
teiested in Rescue mission vvoik. Re
lteshments will be scived at the close
of the seivice
WILL OPEN ANOTHER RESTAURANT
O. A. IScemci to Conduct One in
Price ESiulding, W nsliiutou Ave.
On Maich 1, O A Beemer, the well
known restauiant man will open n
first-class icstuuiant In the Pi Ice build
ing at 12 Washington avenue. The
building will be tastefullj fitted up and
will be one of the finest lestauiants In
Mr. Beemer will also continue to con
duct hl down town lestauiant on
Fianklln avenue, which lie has man
aged so successfully for a nunibet of
Secret Jleetiug of tho Pool,
Pittsburg, Pa, Peb 9. It Is lellably re
ported this afternoon that ut a seciet
meeting of the steel Kill pool held In this
cltj jesteidaj that the steel tall pool was
dissolved, tho lejult of disagreement of
ea3tein firms The Edgar Thomson Steel
works nt Bruddoek Is the only local con
cent In the pool
President ol Union Scmiunri.
New York. Feb 9 Bj- the unanimous
votoof the directors of tho Union Theolo
gical senunuij, Rev Dr Charles Cuthbert
Hall, pastoi of the First Presbj terltui
chinch, Biookljn, was today elected piesl
dent of tho seminal j, vleo Di. Thomas
No 15 en ins lor Middlemen.
Pittsburg, Pa, Feb. 9 The beam pool
has vvlthdiavMi all commissions from
brokers and will hereafter sell no beams
to middlemen, Tho pool Is now oigauized
on a basis like the rail pool and Is likely
permanent. Tho $1.85 iate will not bo
i alsed far some time,
We ihaye mow on ex
hibition a Magnificent
New Stock of
Your peisonal Inspection of which
Is coidtallj Invited.
It comprases many ex
clusive novelties in French
and German All-Wool
and Silk and Wool
530 AND 512
114 AND 116 WYOMING AVE.
SIDEWALKS HAVE THEIR USE.
.Meatman Schuster So Informed by
Aldci mini Howe.
An airest was made jesteidaj' at the
instigation of Stieet Commissioner
Kinsley as a step tow aid abating the
P. F. Schustei, a meat man whose
place of business Is on West Lacka
wanna avenue, was auaigned befoie
Aldeiman Howe and cluiiged with dis
playing ills waies from a stand on the
sidewalk He was obligid to pay tho
costs In the case and vvas icleased with
mi admonition to keep his goods within
the four walls of his maiket in fu
tuie. DID NOT INTEND TO SUICIDE.
."Ur. Slosloj , ol Sj incuse, I'xplnined
That He Mas Drunk.
C W Mosley, the Sjiacusa commer
cial tiavelei, who vvas anesUd Monday
night on suspicion of attempted suicide,
was lined $J 50 by Mayor Bailey In
yestelday's police toutt
Moslej aveued that he was drunk
and not accountable foi his actions.
The police had a dlffeient version of
the cae. It was tho opinion that Mos
ley had not olteted piopei explanation
of his put chase of chlorofoim at Phelps'
WANT TO BE POOR DIRECTOR.
.Ilnnv Applicants lor Oihce .11 nil o Vn
cunt hi Mrs. Swim's Resignation.
No less than eight women and six
men aie seeking the appointment of
poor dliector to succeed Mis. Frances
B Swan, leslgned.
Of that number one womnn and one
man aie unknown and theie is fuithor
the ceitainty that two or tlnee others
aie making a mine oi less earnest can
vas foi the position.
The Herald's Weather Porccnst.
Now York, Feb 10 -In the Mlddlo state
today, fail to paitlj cloudy weather will
piovail, with lowei temperatuio in tho
northern dlstilcts, followed bj increas
ing cloudiness in the night, and possibly
by snow In western and northern dlstilcts.
On Thuisdaj-. partly cloudy to cloud)
weathei will pievall; slightly lowei tern
petatute and probablj snow 01 rain.
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