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THE SCRANTON TIUBtmE-imiPAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1897.
PTO - ,"T-
we tell a talc
of too many
of a certain
Ladies' Shoe in stock.
Iu Vici Kid,
Tau and Chocolate,
styles of 1897,
in button or lace.
Well worth $3.00.
to make you buy
we put the price at
410 SPRUCE STREET.
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troverslal character MUST BQ
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writer's true name. To this Just rule
we cannot hereafter make exception.
Tho Eaglo Hose company has requestor
Mayor JJalley to appoint Mlchnel Kuno a
permanent man to succeed O, P. Beckett,
Charles N. Crlttcnton, the evangelist,
will glvo a Hlblo lesson this afternoon at
3.45 o'clock at tho Young Men's Christian
Street Commissioner Dunning paid a
visit to tho Third ward yesterday after
noon and examined tho condition of tho
streets of that part of the city.
Anna. L. Goff yesterday instituted a
slander suit for $5,000 damages against
Anna Coonoy, -her neighbor on Fifteenth
street, West Side, by calling her vile
St. John's Total Abstinence and Benev
olent society, of tho South Side, will pa
rade through the central part of the city
tomorrow evening to advertise, their pic
nic at Laurel Hill park Juno 19.
C. D. Jones, of Scranton, who owns a
neat cottage on tho borders of Lake Ariel,
will In a fow days put a naphtha launch
on its waters, for tho pleasure of his
family and frienra. Honesdale Citizen.
Max Schwartz's general store In Throop
was closed yesterday by Deputy Sheriff
J. II. Ferberon three executions amounting
to $l,67O.G0, held as follows: B. Itoblnson'3
6ons, W25.50; B. Weiss, 42; B. Levy, J535.
The lawn strawberry and Ice cream fete
to bo given by tho Guild of St. Hilda is
postponed untli next week. Tho ground is
tco thoroughly raln-oake! for safety
earlier than that. Duo notice will bo
given of the date.
Bert Mason and 'Minnie Drlesbach, tf
OWhant, were united In marrlaco Wed
nesday evening at 9 o'clock at tho Pres
byterian parsonago at that placo by Itev.
Mr. Hammond. They are now enjoying
a two weeks' bridal tour to Philadelphia,
New York and Albany.
Tho will of Ignatius' Thomas, lato of
Waverly, was yesterday admitted to pro
bate In Register Hopkins' oflico. He left
his house and farm to his surviving fam
ily. Thomas was an escaped slavo who
got away from his master in the '50's and
coming to tho north settled In Waverly.
'Mrs. Jane Alsfelt, of Easton, through
Attorneys Martin firwl Vidaver, yesterday
instituted proceedings to recover ii.OOO,
which she paid to W. A. Boemer, for
Beemer's eating houso on Franklin ave
nue. She now claims that It l not as
good an investment as was represented to
The funeral of Mrs. Martha Streunlng
will be held this aftornoon. The remains
will be taken from the . residence, -121
Larch street, at 2 o'clock to the Midi In
Avenue German Lutheran church, where
the funeral service will be conducted by
Rev. Mr. Zltzolman. Interment will be
made In Forest Hill cemetery.
C. W. Fuller, of Spruce street, was held
In $300 ball by Aldeiman Millar on a
charge of Jarceny by balleo, preferred by
Anthony Mullarkey. Fuller Is an agent
for the Co-operative Building Loan of
Mew York city, and a such colected $10
from Mr. Mullarkey, but did not glvo him
credit for It on the company's books.
The trainmen of tho Delaware and Hud.
son Canal company on the Gravity road,
between Olyphant and Honesiiale, were
paid yesterday. The Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western company will com
plete Its May payments In this section to
day, when the employes of the Pync, Toy-'
lor and Holden collieries will receive their
Tho following donations are acknowl
edged by the Florence mission managers
for tho month of 'May: C. F. Nettleton,
$10, rebate on rent of mlsMon; Ooldsmlths,
dry boocIh; Leader, dry goods; Globe, dry
goous; j'miey. ncmerj ; airs, crawroril,
lrcss goods; Mrs. John ScragE. muslin;
Mrs. Brian, carpal; Mrs. W. H. Taylor,
carpet; Mrs. Fritz, refrigerator: Mrs. J.
W. Howarth, fruit and vegetables; Mrs.
Dean, eggs; Mrs. Dlehl, fruit und meat;
Elm Park church, cake; Huntington's
bakery, bead and oak-;; Zeldlei's bakery,
bread and cake; Aylesworth's meat mar
ket, meat; Armbrust's meat market, meat;
Carr's meat market, meat; Marburger's
meat market, meat; South Side meat mar
ket, meat; F. L. Wormser, meat; Plorco's,
JHh and vegetables; W. N. Conrad, milk,
dally; loan of cartages, Dr. Anna Law,
Hnuor's Ilnnil Kxcurslon.
Itemcmber Bauer's band excursion to
Mountain Park Tuesday, Juno 15. Tho
Ninth Regiment band will bo with
them. Hanley is caterer. Train leaves
at 9 a. m. Tickets, adults, 75c; chil
A VERY PLACID MAN.
Uookkconer's CurtnoHs Did Not An
noy Him in tho I.onat.
An easy-going young man with a bag
filled with patent Ink erasers over his
Bhoulder' and a sample In his hand
entered a Spruce street business house
yesterday and directed the attention ot
the bookkeeper to his wares.
"We don't need those things hereY
Fald the bookkeeper," swelling with
pride; "wo never make blots on ouf
"Is that sol"
"Yes, that's right. You eeo we have
scores of such fellows as you In here
every day. It gets to be a nuisance"
"Pardon me," Interrupted the agent
tn a quiet respectful tone"but, do you
"No, I don't."
"Then I'll keep my cigars;" and the
easy-going Ink destroyer walked slow
ly out of the place.
Wedding announce'mts, Reynolds Bros.
fctenm Heating and Plumbing.
P. P. & M. T. HowJejr, !3t Wyoming ave.
Wedding annouuee'mts, Reynolds Bros,
CLEARING UP OLD
List for the June Term Contains but
Few New Ones.
NOT MANY OP THEM ARB IMPORTANT
District Attorney Jones Hctn Down
Two Hundred mid ISIcl'ty-Scvcn
Cnsos for tho Two Weeks, Which
Means Tlint 1'ivonn Hour Will Hnvo
to lio Tnod toUispoNO of tlio Lint.
Majority o( tho Now Cages Go Over
to tho October Terra.
District Attorney John It. Jones yes
terday completed the trial list for the
June term of criminal court, which be
gins June 1 and continues until July
There are 287 cases on the list, near
ly all of which nre old cases. About the
only new ones are those In which the
defendants are In Jail.
District Attorney Jones deemed it
Inadvisable to place on, the list any
more cases than could bo tried as ithls
would only make extra expense and
Inconvenience for the parties. AH cases
that do not appear on this last are
put over until October.
With few exceptions the cae on the
appended list are of tho common place
kind. The most Important ate the cases
Timothy K. Bolund. the Dunmore tax
collector, charged with failure to make
tax return, perjury, embezzlement and
collecting exonerated taxes. Jerry Mc
Peck Is prosecutor in all four cases.
There Is a case against Max Koehler,
In which he is charged with malicious
mischief by Joseph Karolon, and an
other against Michael Opanowlcz and
his wife, in wh'bse house Koehler killed
Knryckl. In this latter case receiv
ing stolen goods Is the charge.
FIRST WEEK MONDAY, JUNE 21.
1. Mary J. Boylan, robbery; Thomas
2. Patrick Cawley, larceny a.nd re
ceiving; Frank Robllng, Jr., pros.
3. James Brook, larceny and receiv
ing; Frank Robllng, Jr., pros.
4. Frank Korku, larceny and re
ceiving; Frank Robllng, Jr., pros.
C. John Uarrett, larceny and receiv
ing; Frank Robllng, Jr., pros.
6. Martin Crane, larceny and receiv
ing; Frank Robllnx, Jr., pros.
7. Nicola Scurento, attempt at rape;
Domenleo DI Dotmnico, pros.
8. John Tollman, larceny and receiv
ing; W. It. Johnson, pros.
9. John Jaims, robbery; peorge T.
10. Bramln Green, rapo; Maggie A.
11. Richard Hull, malicious mischief;
Sarah Hull. prox.
12. M. F. Gill, larceny and receiving;
Ellen GUI, prox.
IS. James O'Malley, assau't and bat
tery: Kate O'Malley. prox.
14. Michael McCibe, assault und bat
tery: Bridget McCabc. prox.
15. Thomart Welsh, assault and bat
tery: Mlchnel Langan, pros.
1C, Joseph rested), assault and bat
tery; John Boris, pros.
17. Amzla Miller, statutory burglary;
Thomns L. Williams, pro?.
13. William Simpson, f.tatulory bur
glary; Thomas L Williams, pros.
19. William Vlnk. defrauding board
ing house; Mary Travlj, ptox.
20. S. B. Dean, Nellie Dean, larceny
and receiving; Louis SllsUee, proa.
21. Joseph Shevnesky, ussault and
battery; Andrew Gordon, pros.
22. William McLaughlin, defrauding
boarding house; Thomas G.
22. Martin Doyle, aggravated assault
and 'battery; Roland Sakalows
24. Harry Murray, David Bchlazer,
larceny and receiving'. Fred Bol
23. John Cawley. assault and battery;
Andrew Heffron, pros.
26. Michael Musk, assault and bat
tery; Andrew HolTron, pros.
27. Andrew Gordon, aggravated as
sault and battery; Joseph Shev
TUESDAY, JUNE 22.
28. Martin McGarrls, larceny nnd re
ceiving; Michael Myontsky, pros.
9. Martin McQarrls pointing pistol;
Michael MyontsUy, pros.
30. Martin McQarrls, carrying con
cealed weapon; Michael Myont
31. Alfied Oew. Pavld Griffiths, bur
glary; William T. Simpson, pros.
32. Max Koehler. malicious mischief;
.Tofceph Karolon, pros.
S3. E. J. Longshore, abortion; Nora
34. John W. Hollenback, forgery; An-
tonlna Sollskoe, prox.
33. John W. Hollenback, false pre
tences; Antonlna Soflskee, prox.
36. P. J. Conway, selling liquor with
out license; Tatrlok McPeak,
37. P. J. Conway, selling liquor on
Sunday; Patrick McPeak, pros.
SS. 1'. J. Conway, disorderly house;
Patrick McPeak, pros.
39. Jogpph Klnopeck. assault and bat
tery; demons Veroskl, pros.
40. Joseph Delfelt, larceny and re
ceiving; Alvln Setzer, pros.
41. Powell Matuszlk, larceny and re
ceiving; loh'n Jezlorskl, pros.
42. Oram Spencer, attempt at rape;
Henrietta Melster, prox.
43. Samuel Wruble, larceny by bailee;
IT. E. Van Kleeck, pros.
44. Edward J. Cannavan, as.sault and
battery; Theresa Cannavan, prox.
45. Patilck McPeak, Jr., assault and
battery; James Ford, pros.
4C. Walter O'Connor, assault and
battery: J. T. Whiting, pros.
47. Vlnco Mnndo, larceny and receiv
ing; Fasqua Cambo, pros.
4?. Robert Davis, fornication and
bastardy; Kate Schneider, prox.
49. Peter Rola, felonious wounding;
Michael Breaa, pros.
CO. Christopher Anthony, felonious
wounding; Mary Jane Davles,
51. James Farrell, selling loquor on
Sunday; Selh Smith, pros.
52. Morgan Howell, false pretences;
Bernard J. Murphy, oro?.
52!J. Martin Sultz. aggravated as
sault and battery; Charles Sauer,
51. Timothy E. Boland. failure to
make tax return; Jeremiah Mc
54, Timothy B. Bola-nd, embezzlement
hy tax collector; Jeremiah Mc
55. Timothy E. Roland, collecting ex
onerated taxes; Jeremiah McPeek,
50. Mlchnel Fennell, felonious .wound
ing, William T. Simpson, pros.
57. David M. Jones, assault and bat
tery; Ellra M. Jon'sa, prox.
58. Josle Leston, keeping bawdy
house: ' Lizzie Smailcpmbe, prox.
J-9. John Ward, soiling liquor without
license; Thomas McCabe, pros.
CO. Lulgl Marlnccl, embezzlement;
Joseph Calabrese, tiros.
61. Kllzabeth Wassileffskl, abandon
ing child; Frank Robllng, pros.
C2. Annie Felonia, receiving stolen
goods; Frank Robllng, Jr., pros.
G3. M, E. Keely, mayhem; James J.
Gl. Joseph Koltromls, attempt at
rapo; Joseph Kowjens, pros.
C5. Timothy I.'. Roland, perjury; Jer
emiah McPeek, pros.
6. Valtntlne A"ivitch, larccnv and
receiving; William H. Smith,
G7. Charles F. CrosSman, adultery;
J, F, Woelkers, pros.
GS, Mary Barrett, assault and bat
tery; Winnie McLean, pros.
69. Mary Morhn, disorderly ihouss;
Thomas Hesston, pros.
70. Btanlslaw Drouduskl, nnsault nnd
battery; John Kapuslnskl, pros.
71. 1. Harrison, larceny by bailee; 11,
II, Black, pros.
72. II. Bcrkovlls, alias Berko IJerko
vltr, larceny by bailee; Joseph
THURSDAY, JUNE 24.
73. Stephen Soloskl, James Rogers,
Harry Rogers, laTceny and re
ceiving; Henry Wlnwood, pros.
74. Anthony Mticbnckl, larceny and
receiving; John Bogoskl, pros,
.6 J !ncs Q itweet. nesiult und bat
tery; Joseph Smith, pros.
76. J'hn Durkln Thomas MiiIen,
nsauilt nnl battury. r F. Mu
7i, Frari. Javers. larcnv nnd -celvlnp;
William Hnrpor, pros
78. Mlchnel Cannon, felonious Ayound
ing; John Llppl, pros.
79. Andrew Shlmrush, larceny and re
ceiving; Charles Raine, pros.
SO. Mlchncl E. Dovlne, assault and
battery; John Gardner, pros.
St. Ella Yokbowlch, Joseph Yokbo
wlch, Rosey Stroll, assault and
bnttery; Catherine Bryant, prox.
82. I!. Epstein, robbery; Frank Rob
llng, Jr., pros.
83. John Torda, aggravated assault
and battery: Joseph Brown, pros.
54. Thomns O'Connors, assault and
battery: Stephen FIanrDagian,pro.
85. David W. Thomas, assault nnd
battery; John .1. Thomas, pros.
SG. Anthony Roth, selling liquor
without license; Paul Gumbar,
87. Daniel Nelson, defrauding loard
Ing house; Bartholomew Dono
van, pi OS.
55. Snmuel Leftkovltz, selling liquor
without license; Michael Nodel
9. Michael Opanowlcz, Alexandra
Opanowlcz, receiving stolen
goods: John Mlnarkl, pros.
90. John Hairls, James Murphy, Jo
seph Desmond, statutory bur
glary; Frank Robllng, Jr., pros.
01. Anthony Schrlblck, larceny and
receiving; Frank Robllng, Jr.,
92. Anthony Schrlblck, larceny and
receiving; Frank Robllng, Jr.,
FRIDAY, JUNE 25.
93. John Coslett, defrauding board
ing house: W. A. Townsend, pros.
4. Mary Andrews, common scold;
Henry Zawadll, pros.
93. Bridget Connor, common scold;
Mary Jordan, prox.
9G. Anthony Drygalla, cruelty to ani
mals; Michael Rock, pros.
97. Samuel Rosenthal, embezzlement
by contlgnee: M. Cohen, pros.
9S. P. J. Conway, perjury; John F.
99. James Ford, perjury; John F.
100. Patrick Cunningham, statutory
burglary: David P. Roche, pros.
101. latrlck Cogglns, malicious mis
chief; Katie McAndrew, prox.
10. Junkel Suravltz. assault and lot
tery; G. R. Walontynowicz, pros.
103. Joseph Skok, attempt at rape;
Sophia Lasser, prox.
104. Walenty Dyplra, assault and bat
tery! Julius Moncka, pros.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2G.
103. Frank Glaskl, surety: Ski Stofskl,
10G. Thomas F. Cummtngs', surety;
Annie Cummlngs, prox.
107. John Lyons, surety; Charles N.
108. Mary Ann .Mitchell, surety; Louis
109. Martin Mlglln, surety; Votsliff
110. Alexander Morrlson.sure.ty: Ch'as.
II. Lowry, pros.
111. A. F. Dolph, surety: August Men
112. Mary Barrett, surety; Anthony
113. George Houston, desertion; Sarah
H4. John Ruslon, surety; Wrllllam
115. Patrick Brown, desertion; Cath
arine Brown, prox.
116. Joseph Herring, desertion; Marie
117. Mlchnel Carnon, .surety; John
118. William Carroll, desertion; Brid
get Richards, prox.
119. John Lewandowski, surety; John
120. G. B. Senmans, surety; Ellen
121. Valentine Depcor, surety; Mary
322. Burton Knapp, surety; Georgo
123. Julius Benke. desertion; Henriet
ta Bt-nke. prox.
124. Antonla Janka, surety; Alexander
123. William Peck, surety; Patrick
12G. Patrick Clark. Jr., surety; Mag
gie Sables, prox.
128. William Jones, surety; Ann Jones,
12R. Gulasspple Dllille, surety; Antonio
129. Estella Sweet, surety; Sarah
130. Joseph Horowitz, surety; Steph
en Horvat, pros.
111. Samuel Smith, surety; C. C.
132. Louis Serlon, surety; A. Yeottl,
133. Joseph Ruslan, surety; William
13i. Mlch'ad Boltromls, surety; Joseph
135. Patrick Kearney, surety; Annie
130. Mary Kreplc, surety; Valenty
137. Mark Melvln, desertion; Nellie
13S. Charles Thomas, desertion; Ruth
139, ThomaB Glynn, desertion; Sablna
SECOND WEEK MONDAY, JUNE 28.
140. Patrick Connor, Michael Feury,
Patrick Feury, Mlchnel Diamond,
Thomaa Clark, statutory bur
glary; Martin Crippen, pros.
141. William Joyce. James Lavelle,
statutory burglary; Martin Crlp
142. Thomas Smith, attempt at rape;
Mary Lawler, pros.
143. Frank Kapllnskl, assault and
battery; Frank Robllng, Jr., pros.
Ii4. Frank Kapllnskl, carrying con
cealed weapons; Frank Robllng,
145. Michael Boris, John Boris, Lowan
Maundra, Joseph Mahonfskl, as
sault and battery; Martin Mazur,
146. Martin Mazur, assault and bat
tery; Leon Mondra, pros.
Continued on Page 8.
i l l I Ml iiiiii liiiii min
Your coffee is not
suiting you, try
some at the
Eight of Them Graduated from Lacka
wanna Hospital School.
EXERCISES AT THE LIDRARY
President Jnincs 1. Dlckon of the
Hospitnl Association Presided nnd
.Undo nn Introductory Speech.
Dlplomns Woro Awardod by Dr. II.
V. I,ognn--Tho Honor Grnduntos.
Reception nt Hospitnl Followed
tho Commencement Kxorcliei.
Eight young women were last even
ing awarded diplomas at the anual
commencement exercises of the train
ing school for nurses connected with
the Lackawanna hospital. The exer
cises were conducted In Albright li
brary hall, which was well filled with
the friends of the graduates. After
the exercises at the library the gradu
ates received their friends at the school
annex of the hospital. The young wo
men who received the diplomas were:
Misses Edith Hutton, Anna Katherlne
Van Hatten, Leila Camlllus Rafter,
Maud Anna Moore, Elizabeth Anna
Saul, Jessie May Lane, Carrie Bell
Lewis and Cora Estelle Savlge.
James P, Dickson, president of the
'hospital association, and Rev. Rogers
Israel, rector of St. Luke's church,
were seated upon the platform. Mr.
Dickson being chairman of the even
ing. At 8.30 o'clock the nurses Junior
mld-graduatlng classes, numbering six
teen In all, entered the hall on the left
and took seats in the front of tho hall
to the right and facing the chairman.
The young women wore the regulation
hospital uniform and presented a pretty
Music by the orchestra opened ihe
exercises and Rev. Rogers Israel offer
ed prayer, the audience first repeating
the "Our Father," and Mr. Israel con
cluded with an opportune tn vocation.
ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT.
President Dickson then made an ap
propriate introductory speech. He
gave a short resume of 'tho training
Echool since its organization In 1893
to the present time.
President Dickson In concluding his
remarks to the graduates wished that
their lives "would be Just as happy
ns you have tried to make those who
have come under your care during tho
past two years."
Dr. L. M. Gates, chief of the hospital
staff; was then introduced' to address
the graduates. Dr. Gates did so In
an extended speech. He reviewed tho
growth of the hospitals and in speak
ing of the true nurse said:
In entering this field for occupation or
her powers woman 'has come Into no com
petition with irum, there has been no
rancorous discussion of "Woman's
Sphere," no calling of woman conventions
or platform speeches with resolutions de
manding her rights.
Her natural sympathy for the wounded
and suffering, her lovo of humanity, her
Innate aptitude for tho work, has given
her unquestioned right to the field. In ev
ery department, of human activity wo
note the tendency to specialism, the en
couragement of natural quallficatlons'and
Tho time of "Jack of all trades and good
for nothing at all" has fortunately seen
Its day. It Is sklMed, trained activity that
the world demands, and life is too short
to become such In moro than one avoca
tion. THE DIPLOMAS PRESENTED.
Dr. II. V. Logan followed In an In
teresting address, following his "re
marks with the presentation of the dip
lomas. Dr. Logan also awarded the
prizes for the best Individual work.
Miss Jessie May Lane wao given the
first prize and Miss Van Hattan the
These prizes were given by the board
of directors. Miss Lane though, she
had been Hi for four weeks during
the lost of the course won the highest
grade. Her mark, however, was but
a fraction of one per cent, over Miss
To Miss Saul was awarded the prize
offered by Superintendent Cramer for
the "most patient, careful and self
Dr. Logan referred to the late Dr.
W. W. Ives In an effective way asking
the graduates to remember him for
his kindly nature.
President Dickson then h'anded the
gifts and flowers to the graudates.
The audience was dismissed with pray
er by Mr. Israel.
At the reception in the school build
ing the graduates received. Bauer's
orchestra played during the evening
and Hanley served refreshments.
FUNERAL OF GEORGE WILSON.
Interment Was illudo in Forest Hill
The funeral of Georgo Wilson, the
widely known veteran apd constable of
the Ninth ward, took place yesterday
from the Delaware, Lackawanna and
We announce a great
half price sale of
STRICTLY NEW AND STYLISH
A look at our show windows will
convince you that we offer a great
variety of the very latest designs, in
the most desirable Dress Goods.
Sale commences today aud will con
tinue one week. The late season com
pelled manufacturers to close out
these goods at a great loss. We bought
them; you may have the benefit of our
Western station on Lackawanna ave
nue. Tho remains were taken from the
train nt 1.40 o'clock when it reached
this city from New York, and were im
mediately placed In tho hearse. The
march to the Forest Hill cemetery was
then begun. The Thirteenth Keglmont
drum corps led, followed by a largo
delegation of Grldln post, Grand Army
of tho Republic, In charge of William
At the graveside In Forest Hill ccme-
tcry Rev. C. M. Glflln, D. D., ot Elni
Park church, officiated In a brief ser
vice, A squad of tho Grand Army mori
flred ovor the grave the soldier's vale
dictory to the dead,
Tho members of the squad were:
Comrades Alexander Tltman, John
Weldnor, Frank Albro, Charles Van
Valen, William Ploble and Charles
Graham. The pall bearers were: Com
rades Brown, Ncuman, O. B. Wright,
F. L. Hitchcock, Hobbday and II,
MEDAL WEARERS ENTERTAINED.
l'lcnsnnt Timo nt tho Home of Cap
tnln nnd Mrs. Do I,ncv.
As a wind-up to the meeting of ths
Medal of Honor Legion, Senior Vlco
Commander-elect Do Lacey invited a
few comrades who remained In tho city
to visit him at his residence on Ca
pouse avenue last evening.
The evening was very happily spent
by the medal men and their comrades
and other Invited guests by the recital
of war reminiscences, how they were
entitled to wear the medals, the many
stirring and blood curdling incidents of
the war, funny stories, music and sing
ing by the ladles, and a general inter
course of good fellowship. An excel
lent collation was served and the
toasts were appropriately responded to.
Among those present were: Medal
Comrades P. II. .Doody, New York;
Richard Smith and daughter, Haver
straw, N. Y.; Philip Patty, Daggett,
Pa., and E. W. Anderson, Philadelphia.
Besides these were comrades James G.
Clark, Mathcw McClellan and Samuel
L. Ennls, Philadelphia; C. A. Griffith,
New York: C. H. Finch, wife and
daughter, Scranton; M. J. Kelly, John
R. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, Mrs. M.
Mr. and Mrs De Lacey made it very
pleasant and agreeable for all those
present, and at the conclusion, of a
neat spech by tho senior vice com
mander, Comrade Smith, In a few ap
propriate and fervent remarks, moved
a vote of thanks to the host and hos
tess .which were unanimously acclaim
ed The gathering dissolved about one
o'clock this morning and the medal
comrades left for their homes on an
early morning train.
COW THAT WANTS AN OWNER,
It Is Being Cared for at tho Ilcllcvue
The employes around the mule barn
at the Bellevuo collery have success
fully nursed an Injured cow for the
past two weeks and now when the bo
vine Is well and healthful and giving
seven quarts at a mllkln' they want to
find tho owner.
The cow was struck by a locomotive
at the Bellevue switch and was hurled
down a 15-foot embankment. The men
at the barn found her and led the
limping animal to the mule barn. Here
they dressed its wounds and brought
her around all right.
Then they scanned the "lost-cow" de
partments of the city papers. One ad.
was seen in the Tribune's columns and
a Mr. Morgan, one of the employes led
the cow to the city in search of the
man who lost the cow. There was no
house on Olive street with the number
given in the paper so Mr. Morgan led
the cow back again to the mule barn.
Yesterday he met a Tribune reporter
and beseeched that something be done
to find tho owner. The cow Is eating up
all the hay the company can furnish
and besides tho mules don't like her.
The rooming's milk Is now given to
a poor family In Patagonia and the
night's lactael Is served as food for the
dogs and cats connected with the barn.
She is a dark cow with a roan tint.
GALLAGHER HIMSELF IN JAIL.
Alan Who Charged tlio U-Yenr-OId
JJav Gets Similar Medicine.
Martin Gallagher was committed to
the county Jalt In default of bail by
Justice of the Peace Crane, of Blakely,
yesterday. Gallagher Is the man who
caused the commitment Wednesday
night of 14-yeor-oId Henry Baker, of
Olyphant, on a terrible charge.
Yesterday It seems that Mrs. Baker,
mother of the boy, swore out a warrant
for Gallagher's arrest charging him
with assault wnd battery.
Prosecutor atfl defendant are now
Thomas Dunn, aged 14 years, died
last night at the home of his uncle,
N. II. Lyons, 319 Fifth street. He had
been ill but a short time.
Wedding Invitations, Reynolds Bros.
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Our counters in this department
are filled with the most dainty, artis
French Tissue Organdies,
German Lappets, Etc,
50 pieces soft finish Figured Ja
conet Mulls, large range of pat
terns, real I2c. 'goods, for
English Lappets and German ,
Tambours,exquisite China Silk
effects, 20c. goods, for only 12Jc
ANDREW W. SMITH NAMED.
Selected for the West Point Cadet
hlp fiugeno Fellows Atternntc.
Tho examinations, mental and phy
sical, havlnsr been., completed' and re
sults made known to Congressman Wil
liam Connell he yesterday at Washing
ton nnmed Andrew W. Smith, of Wav
erly for tho West Point cadetshlp.
Eugene Fellows, of this- city, was
named as alternate.
BEECHAM'S PILLS for Stomach and
6IFTS. . . .
A piece of Choice Cut
Glass makes au accepta
Why not get tlie best?
It costs no more. If you
buy LIBBEY'S you will
get the beat.
Largest Stock in the State
To select from.
Millar & Peck,
134 WYOMING AYENUE.
Walk in nnd look around
Largest size, case
colonial designs, dark
mahogany, in perfect
order, used not quite
two years, looks like
new, cost $500. This
offer is to sell at
once. Call and let
us run over it for
you today or tomor
row. The Rexford Co.,
303 Lackawanna Ave.
415 and 417,
Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Or Two on
GLABS LAMP, with stand, medt- r
um globe and wlok,only M 1 "U
QLAB8 LAMP, with stand, large OAn
burner and globe
KANOY COLORED GLASS LAMP, in,
stand, large size burner, globe,
VASE LAMP, raised decoration n6
VASE LAMP, with O-lneh banquet
globe) band-painted flowers; C f ia
vory cheap at 9'J.oo, Our price Pi I
VASE LAMPS, with 10-ld, shade,
extra Urge burner, hand-paint- CI An
ed flowers, worth ill. Our price Puy
BANQUET LAMPS. 28 Inches
high, with globe, burner, all Cf OS
complete , .. Pl'Q
LAUGE BANQUET LAMPS, with (JO OR
giooen urpiiK soaan cj .."vj
Also Finer Quality Lamps.
2-Quart Flans Pitchers ,. loa
Imitation Cut Glims Celery Trays loo
Imitation Cut Glass Fruit Howls ....loo
Imitation Cut Glass Tea Bet.,.... 400
Imitation Cut Glass Salt Shakers, with
liver tops loo
Imitation Cut Glass Plates loa
Largo Footed Glass Bowl loo
Colored Tumblers iua
Cheese DUhes, with cover it)a
Cake Stands .....10a
Candy Jars 10a
Lemonade Bets 40o
Wine Sett 40o
Decorated Water Sets f)8a
Nickel Top Syrup Cans ......10a
Cologne Bottles -10a
Many Othors In Glass,
310 Lackawanna Ave.
JOHN H. LADW10, Trop.
Tl BEST BEDSTEAD
For health, comfort and appear
ance is tho ono made of brass. Wo
kcop tho finest mado, of the best
quality, of tho best manufacture,
of tho latest and prettiest designs.
Wo are now celling an all brass
bed, with swell and extension foot,
whioh is a beauty, for $24.00.
D. I. PHILLIPS,
507 Linden Street.
BOARD OP TRADE UUILDINO.
THE KEELEY CURE
Why let your home and bulneas bo destroy
ed through trong drink or morpbla. whta
Eon can Go our.d In four weeks at tn KMley
Dttut,TW M&dlson arnue. SerMtoa, t,
ho Curs WUJ Btar lavutlgottoa.
The success of our cut price sale of
Fine Embroideries has persuaded
us to continue it for another week.
We have bargains for all.
We are showing a great variety
of styles at prices that willMntcr
- THREE BARGAINS IN NOTJONS.
Dress Shields, strictly first-class,
usual price 15c., now for 8c
Buttermilk Soap. We offer this
iustly celebrated soap for a few"
days at 8c. Per Box
Tooth Brushes, fiue quality and
a rare bargain, at 10c