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TIIE SOItANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE 28. 1807.
v BASE BALL GAMES
Scranlon Administers Nine Goose-Eggs
MINERS ARE TIED AT FOURTH
Kyrncuso Sco-Snw Ilnck Into I'lrst
1'liico Agnin llccmuo tho Hisons
Hail tlic( Hnttlcs--l'tmlc? Dclcnt
Wilkcs-Hnrro in n Clo.io Gnmr.
Toronto nnd Hochostvr Split liven.
Tliero were two farce games In tho
Kaxiern yesterday. Tho Stars inado
.flevoir runs In the llfth Inning off
I'.uff.Uo and repalncd first jiluce. while
Toronto made thlrty-flvc hits in on
of two games with Ilochester, the two
clubs splitting even. By shutting out
the Clrayx, the miners go up to a tie
itli tho Cannucks for fourth place.
. . .,', f,,. . l'csnlis.
Fcrantou ,...v p Providence o
FyrocWe!... ,...;.'..'. f4 Buffalo 6
bprlngHejj!..,,.., .,.,... 4,. Wllkca.iiarre a
RocticJUr- 7 Toronto 3
Toronto 29 Rochester- 13
.'.' " . I'erccnlngo Itccord.
Syt'auisfe 41 0
lluffalo 44 2S
HprlllKlleld 4.1 ?1
' '' Todny's (Jnines.
VltaVlDl'nfCH AT SCRANTON.
SPIUNOPIKLD. AT WILKICS-DARIIE.
TORONTO AT ROOHESTnil.
. BUFFALO AT SYRACUSE.
GRAYS WERE SHUT OUT.
They Could Gather but Two Hits Off
Morse Who Was Given Per
Your Uncle Appendicitis Morse had
Just a little to say about the game. Hp
gave the champions only two hits, a
double and a single, presented three
Malksinud hit a batsman. That's what
the gentleman with a fashionable np
pendlx ailment did, but he was not
quite the whole thine. There were
other gentlemen in the gnme with him
nnd who fielded faultlessly and without
nn error,- and made twelve hits and five
When the matinee ended the Champs
had been .ornamented with nine close
fitting horse collars and sent to the
central city with the satisfaction of
having landed but one runner on third
nnd only one other as far as second.
Blx1 of -the Grays reached first, hut
thanks to two very businesslike double
plays, only four of the six were left on
bases. The Mlnere played the whole
game with the Champs thrown In to
serve a'purposo similar to a kitty In a
series of Jack pots' to he a sort of In
. eldental to the main point nt Issue.
Eighteen put outs for JIassey nnd sev
en for Drauby at first base, gives a line
on the trend ot affairs. Drauby had
but three put outs up to the eight In
ning. A FEW FEATURES.
There were features and feature.
Isonuer fattened his stick aveivgo
with two doubles, a single, and then
nnothei' double In four successive
t)nits.'&t hat nnd finally fouled out
en the fifth time up. lie figured In two
fast doublo plays and accepted nine
f'.eldlng chances. Walters made two
eplendld running catches, Eagan made
one, Knight made two nnd Cooney was
nt b.isy and nccrobatlc as the law al
lowed in accepting all Ills nlno
. With two out In the first Inning, sin
gles by Beard and Eagan, Bonner's
dpubje nn,d a single by Massey earned
three juns. Two were out again In the
f.eonnd when the miners tallied one.
O'Brien reached first on Hodson's muff
of""Prauliy's assist, stole second and
on matin on Walter's single. The fifth
nnd final run was made In the fifth
'in'nlng. 'Beard tingled but was forced
it"-sec'ond by Eagan who went to
third on Bonnerb' single and second on
"UusEcy'H fly to light Held.
The score In detail:
A.H. R. H.
...4 1 0
Walters, cf 5
Beard, ss r
KafrtaCU .. 5
Bonner,, 2b 5
Massey, lb 3
Magulrc, 3b 4
,p ............ 4
5 12 27 20
' ' A B. R. H,
Bat rttt. J3b
Kplsht, If .
Cooney," rs .
Lyons,' Cf "
Ulxon, c ...
Hudson, p .
. Totals. ...'....-... ..27
6crantou 3 1
Provlrlonco 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
Earned runs 'Scranton, 3. Two-oaso
lilts Bonner, 3. Drauby. Stolon bases
O'Brien, 2. Left on bases Scranton, 9;
Providence, 4. Struck out By llodson,
3. Double plays Bonner to Beard to
Massey; Btard to Bonner to Mabsey.
First on errors Scranton, 1. First on
balls Off Morse, 3; off Jlodson.' 2. Hit bv
pltoher By Morse. Umpire Swartwood.
Wilkos-Hnrro Errors Responsible.
Wllkes-Barre, Juno 22. Both pltche.-a
were effectlvo today, but tho Springfield
twlrler got the best support in tho Held.
Tho errors mado by tho homo team wore
costly. This, coupled wth the fact that
they wero unablo to hit when men wero on
bases, gave the game to Springfield.
A.B. It. II.
Cfoeckel,-ib ,...;.... q
Shollfa, 2b '.. ,3
Bdttenus; If i
Odwoll, ss 4
I!tU, -rf'.u. ....,,.. 3
Digging, o ,., 3
Ilrott, '-it 4
C Smith, 3b 4
Keen an, -p t... 3
4 .iii ' '
. .Totals; '..; 31 2 ' S
-. t " ". " ' A.n. n. h.
Fuller, M ....;.:..'..'$ 1 I
Orcrv"lf ,.7.V. 4' 1 2
Bcnffller, rr 4 1 2
ilrouthertf, lb 3 0 0
A.U. H. H.
Smith, cf 4 0 0
Gilbert, So 3 .1 0
Duncan, 0 3 0 0
Moore, 21) 1 4 0 1
McQlnnls, p 4 0 0
Total 31- 4 0 27
Wllkes-'UiUTd 0 00OOOO2O-2
Sprlngnold 10 10 0 0 0 2 x 1
Thrcc-hnso hits Oocckol, fichelflcr.
Doublo plays-MtOlnnls to Ilrouthers to
Gilbert. Klrst on im'.I Off Keonan, 4J
off McOlnnls, 5. Struck out Uy Kccnan,
3; by McOlnnls, 2. Left on bases WiiKes
Uarrc, 7i Springfield, 8. Tlme-1.33. Um
illsous Co to Pieces in Ono Inning
Syracuss, N. Y., Juno 22. Not only
Pitcher Gray, but almost all of tho other
Huffalo players went i.p In tho nlr In tho
first Inning of today's game ut Star park.
The first eleven Syracuse batsmen scored
on five slncles, a two-bagger, three baes
on balls and errors Ly Wle, Fliild, Gil
boy and Sullivan. Score:
Hasan, 2b 4
Garry, cf f
Ilannon, If 4
Smith, 3b 3
Iyczotte, rf C
Karl, lb C
Schlebeck, ss I
Shaw, c R
Malarkcy, p 1
Totals 3D 14 13 27 12
A.B. It. II. O. A.
Clymer, cf 5 0 0 4 0
Gray, rf 5 0 12 0
Field, lb 4 0 1 12 0
Wise. 2b 2 0 0 0 2
Barry, 2b .-. 10 0 11
(lllboy. If 4 3 4 3 0
Greminser, 3b .... 3 2 3 0 2
Sullvan, ss 4 1 1 1 C
Kuhner, c 4 0 0 11
Gray, p 3 0 0 0 1
Totals 35 0 10 24 13 0
Syracuse 11 10 0 0 0 0 2 x-ll
Buffnlo 0 1020300O-C
Earned runs Syracuse. 4j Buffalo, 4.
Two-baso hits Lozotte. 2; Gllboy, 2.
Three-baso hit Gremlngcr. Homo run
Sullivan. Doublo plays Schlebeck,
Eagan to E.irl. First on balls Oft Ma
larkcy, 2; off Gray, G. Struck out By Ma
larkey, 1. WIM pitches Malarkcy. Lert
on basea Syracuse, 8; Bulfalo, 3. Sacri
fice hit Bannon. Time 1.10. Umpire
Toronto Mnlccs n Record Tor Hits in n
Toronto, Out., June 22. Rochester
played two games at tho Island today,
celebrating a public holiday. The grounds
wero packed and In tho- second game
ground rules were enforced. Fully 12,000
people wctched tho game. Toronto lost
the first game through ragged fielding
nnd Inability to hit Gannon, but took the
second game In a walk. Tho ground rulo
accounts for so many two-baggers. Ro
chester was never In tho game. Score:
A.B. It. II. O. A. E.
Shearon, rf 3 2 10 0 0
Lynch, If 3 113 0 0
Rlchter, cf 4 0 0 5 11
Dooley, lb 4 110 0 0
Frary, c 4 12 6 10
Mulvey, 3b 4 0 112 0
F. Shannon, ss .... 4 111 1 1 1
Vought, 2b 4 10 2 5 1
Gannon, p 3 0 1110
S 27 11
Lush, ss ..
White, if ...
Casey, c ...
Smith. 3i ...
Taylor, 2I ..
Totals 33 3 fi 21 10 5
Toronto 1 001100 0 0-3
Rochester 0 13 10 2 0 0 x-7
Earned runs Rochester, 1. Home run
Shearon. Stolen bases Shearon, Lynch,
3; Dooley, Frary, Shannon, Vought, Lush,
McGann, Taylor. Double plays Mulvey
to Vought to Dooley. First ba.se on bolls
-Oft Gannon, 3; oft Williams. 2. Hit by
pitcher Taylor. Struck out By Gannon,
fi; by Williams. 3. Wild pitch Williams
Left on bases Rochester, 4; Toronto, 7.
Time 1.40. Umpire Gruber.
A.B 11. II. O. A. E.
Lu?h, S3 8 3 4 5 2 1
White, It 8 3 5 5 0 C
McGann, lb 8 5 3 7 10
McIIale, cf 7 3 3 10 0
Baker, c 7 4 4 2 0 0
Fieeman. rf 5 4 5 10 0
Smith. SI) 7 3 4 12 0
Taylor, 2b 7 2 2 5 4 0
Staley, p 7 2 5 0 10
Ci 29 So
A.B. R. II.
5 4 2
Shearon, rf .
Lynch, !f 5 1
Rlchoer. cf C 0
Dooley, lb 5 1
iMcCauley, c 5 0
Mulvey, 3b 5 1
F. Shannon, ss 4 1
Vouht, 2b G 3
McFarland, p 5 1
Total? 45 12 18 27 13 5
Toronto 7 0 3 3 5 10 1 10 '
Rochester 1 0 1 S 0 2 1 2 312
Earned runs Toronto, IS; Rochester, 0.
Two-base hits Shearon, 2; Lynch, 2;
Rlchter. Dooley, McCauley, Vought, Mc
Farland, Lush, 2; White, McGann, 2; Me
Hale, 2; Baker, Freeman, 4; Smith, 2;
Taylor. Homo runs McFarland, Free
man. Stolen bases Shearon. Lush, 2;
wime, jucuann, i. Doublo plays Shan
non to Vought to Dooley. Fit at basa on
balls OffMcFarland, 2; off Staley, 3.
Passed lnlls McCauley. Left on bases
Torouto, 11; Rochester, 9. Sacrifice hit
Freeman. Time 2.20. Umpire Gruber.
Norfolk, Va., June 22. Tho locala'caslly
defeated Richmond today. Tho game was
replete with pretty plays. Leahy spe
cially dlstlnuhhlng himself. Score:
Norfolk 0324 00 03 0-12 17 2
Richmond 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02 8 2
ISatterles I'fanmlllcr and Snydor;
Schmidt' and Steelmnn. Umpire Cariln,
ilartfsrJ, Conn., Juno 22. Johnstone,
Now ark's pitcher, sulked tlfrouh soven
Innings tnduy and lost tho gamo by till
ing tho bases on balls. Score: R.H K.
Hartford 4 0 10 2 0033112 'J 2
Newark 3 0O04200O9J1 5
Batteries-Vlckery und Roach; John-
stone, Carrlck, Hadgo and A. Rothfuss.
Reading, Juno 22. 1'atcrson defeated
Reading today by opportune hitting.
Reading 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 10-3 4 4
INUerson 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 -0 8 4
Batteries Hcrndon and Barclay; Vlau
Phllrdclphla, June 22. Lancaster again
defeated the Athletics today by hard hit
ting, sis of their runs having been earned.
Athletlca 00 1001001-3 C 2
Lancaster 2 0000160' 9 15 2
Batteries Garv'ln and Vox; Yeager and
Roth. Uirplro Wcldtnun.
Boston lost nnd Baltimore won In
the National league and the latter re
gains first place, nftcr having vacated
It for a day. Pittsburg goes to sev
enth position, ahead of Cleveland.
Baltimore 4 New York. a
St. Louis 3
New York ...., 45
St. Louis 50
W. I. P.C.
34 12 .730
31 13 .723
20 17 .UiO
27 18 .WW
21 23 .511
2 M .4S0
22 21 .478
22 25 .108
19 2S .422
19 28 .404
18 33 .375
10 40 .200
Boston nt Brooklyn.
Philadelphia at Washington.
New York at Baltimore.
Chicago at Pittsburg.
Loulsvlllo at Cleveland.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
Etiltlmore, June 22. Tho champions
took today's game from the Giants. It
was a. pitchers' battle throughout. Score:
Baltlmoro 0 0 0 110 0 114 8 2
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 1012 0 4
Batteries Corbett nnd Robinson; Sey
mour and Warner. Umpire Lynch.
Brooklyn. N. Y June 22. After scor
ing 17 straight victories Boston fell down
before tho Brooklyns this afternoon. It
wns nat a model contest. Score: R.II.E.
Brooklyn ......l 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 7 0 3
Boston 10 0100002410 4
Batteries Kennedy and A. Smith; Stlv
etts and Ganzel. Umpires O'Day and
Clovcland, O., Juno 22. Pappalau
pitched his first ifcll gamo for the Clevc
lands and was hit hard. The Colonels
had everything practically their own way.
Cleveland 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 3
Loulsvllla 1233 10220-14 18 0
Batteries Pnpralau and Crlger; Fra
zer and Dexter. Umpire Hurst.
Cincinnati. O , June 22. Tho Reds won
today'3 gamo ccsllv from the Browns.
Tho latter wero unablo to hit Rhinos who
held tho visitors down with five hits. At
tendance, 4,000. Score: R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 -7 11 1
St. Louis 001010 100-3 5 1
BatteriesRhinos nnd Peltz; Donuhue
and Douglass. Umpire MeDcrmott.
Pittsburg, Juno 22. Korwan's lack of
control and fixe errors by tho visitors
gave the gamo to Pittsburg. Hawley was
batted hard, tho ten hits netting a total
of 22 bases. Tho game had very little
ginger In It. Score: R.H.E.
Pittsburg 2 2 02 001 0 7 10 2
Chicago 0102000003 10 6
Batteries Hawley and Sudcn; Korwan
and Donahue. Umpire Sheridan.
Washington, Juno 22. Today's was an
other slugging gamo In which both King
and Fllield wero knocked out of tho box.
German went 'n at tho end of tho llrst
nnd after five hits had been made olf
KI11. Taylor replaced Fllield In tho tenth.
Washington 110 5 0 0 0 0 11-12 13 2
Philadelphia 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0-1119 2
Batteries King, German and Farrell;
Fllield, Taylor nnd Clements. Umpire
Providence this afternoon.
Wllkes-Barre has a cinch on that
Harper and Gunson will be to-day's
Scranton has won five out of seven
Toronto's thirty-five lilts in a single
game won't be equalled this year.
Corning of Monday made twenty
three hits off Jack I.uby who is pitch
ing for Hornellsvllle.
Scranton and Wllkes-Barre at
Wllkes-Barre to-morrow and Satur
day, and here on Friday.
The name "Scranton" is placed ahead
of Toronto in the percentage record,
for if both clubs win to-day the Miners
will bo .001 per cent ahead.
"When thieves fall out honest men
get their due." While Syracuse and
Buffalo are having their little Bcraps
the clubs below them are crawling
Boyd had not a chance behind the
bat. Not a put out, assist, error or
passed ball came his wny, on unusual
record. A Mmllar experience was had
by Zahncr of tho Buffalo club in Mon
day's gamo nt Syracuse.
O'Brien slid to second and collided
with Weigand. The latter didn't rise.
Nearly all tho players of tho two teams
gathered around him, Swartwood called
time ord the spectators thought Wei
gand was badly injured. It was his-er-pants.
He walked oft the field side
ways and the gamo was held up until
he could make himself presentable.
Taken to Wilkcs-llnrrc.
Michael McGuIre, alias "Piggle," was
arrested early yesterday morning by
Patrolman Lona Day for drunkenness.
Ho Is wanted by the police of Wllkes
Barre for tho larceny of a gold watch
and ho was escorted southward yes
terday by a Wllkes-Barro officer.
BEN BRUSH WINS
BY A HALF LENQTII IN A DRIVE
"Tho Winner" Wns Second nnd
Havoo Third--20. OOO Persons Biwv
tho Rich Stnlto Von--Wcnthor Wns
Perfect nnd tho Trnck Fnst.
New York, June 22. Fully 20,000 peo
ple packed tho stands and lawn of tho
Shecpshead Bay race track this af
ternoon, tho particular attraction be
ing the rnco for tho Suburban Handi
cap. The day was perfect and the
track fast. The races that preceded
tho great event wero watched with
more or less indifference as nenrly all
the spectators had come to see the
suburban nnd were restless in waiting
for It to come. Ben Brush, the favor
ite, won by a half a length in 2.07 1-5.
Tho Winner second and Havoc third.
It wns 4.30 when the big race was
called. There was a slight delay nt
tho post, and then the nine horses
were sent away in perfect line. The
Winner was tho first to show In front,
and they were all well bunched. In
fact nono of tho Jockeys seemed to
want to set the pace, and the first three
furlongs wero covered very slowly.
Then began tho race. Havoc going out
In front followed by Semper Ego nnd
he In turn followed by Ben Brush, tho
favorite, half a length away with his
Jockey doing nil in his power to pre
vent him using up ail his speed so
early in the race.
AT THE THREE-QUARTER.
Behind Ben Bush were Tho Winner
nnd Belmar, whllo the others trailed
along. On tho way to the three-quarter
pole conditions began to tell and
Semper Ego dropped back to the rear
ranks, his place being taken by Ben
Brush, who, at the six furlong mark,
wns half a length behind Havoc In
1.10 2-G and a length In front of The
Winner, all running free.
Simms gave Ben Brush his head.
Lowls did the same with Havoc and
lost but little. At the mile pole, which
was reached In 1.42 1-5, Havoc kept
his advantage of a neck, whllo Ben
Brush was a length and a half in front
of Tho Winner, he In turn a length in
front of Belmar, tho others hopelessly
beaten, with not even a chance for
third money. They rounded the turn
In safety and straightened out for
home. Then Stmms began driving Ben
Brush, whilo Lewis was driving but
little on Havoc.
The crowd began to shout "Havoc"
and it did look for an Instant ns if tho
Canadian representative might win.
Sims heard It too and worked all the
harder on the game son of Bramble,
and shortly had h'ls horse's nose in
front of Havoc. The danger was not
nil over, however, as Slmms nt that
moment heard tho winner's name in
frantic yells. He glanced over his
shoulder and saw the determined Sloan
driving the Winner as only he can and
rapidly gaining ground.
Slmms dug Ills spurs in Ben Brush's
sides, madly flogging him as If his life
depended upon it. It was a desperate
vnc Nearer and nearer drew the fin
ish line nnd nearer and nearer came
The Winner. One victorious cut to Ben
Bruph, one frantic push with knees
and hells and he was over the line in
safety, winner of the coveted subur
han with tho Winner half a length
awny and Havoc stripping fast in the
third place five lengths In front of tho
reM of the field, nil badly beaten with
Belmar leading them.
Tho victory was a popular one both
on account of tho success of the fa
vorite and of his popular owner,
Michael F. Dwyer.
Following Is the summary.
Suburban, ono mile and a quarter Ben
Brush, 123 (Sin rr.s), 2 to 1-4 to 5..
Tho Winner, 115 (Sloan), 7 to 2-1 to 1.
Havoc, 101V4 (Lowls), 7 to 1-2 to 1.
Belmar, Lake Shore, Sir Walter, Volley,
Semper Ego and Dutch Skater also ran
and finished as named. Time, 2.07 1-5.
ELMIRA TROTTING RACES.
Fields Wero Largo mid Only
Events Wero Finished.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Elm'Ira, N. Y., June 22. There were
large fields of entries In tho circuit
trotting races here today. In the Una!
heats tho horses finished In tho follow
2:27 pace, purse $100 Sonola Bay
(2:21?i Bessie A (2:24)' Bertora
(2:21V;)' Molly Bawn (2:23), Wllfura
2.40 trotting, purso $300 Rubber
(2:25), Medlca (2:26) Llntolus (2:25).
The 2:19 pacing event was not fin
ished. Only one heat was worked oft
nnd that was won by Wellie Sharper
In 2 20!.
NEW YORK L. A. W. RACES.
Cooper Wins tho Milo Open nnd Stev
ens tho Two-Milo Handicap.
Saratoga, N. Y Juno 22. The New
York state division races, L. A. W., end
today. Following aro summaries of
One mile open, professional, final heat
won by Tom Cooper, Detroit; E. C.
Bald, Buffalo, second; O. L, Stevens,
Ottumwa, la., third. Time 2:18 1-5.
Two mile handicap professional
won by C. L. Stevens, Ottumwa, la.,
1C0 yards; F. A. McFarland, San Jose,
Cal., scratch, second; C. B. Jack, Read
ing, Pa., 100 yards, third. Time
Will l'lny for World's Pool Champion
ship in This City Next Month.
Jerome Keogli, of this city, who re
cently won the world's championship
from Eby, at New York City, has been
challenged by W, II. Clearwater, of
Pittsburg, to defend the title. Ar
rangements were completed yesterday
for games to bo played In the Scranton
Academy ot Music, July 14, 15 and 16.
The match will be far $150 a side and
C0NLEY WHIPS CHAMBERS.
Forest City Jinn Wns Put Out In tho
"Reddy" Conley, of Philadelphia,
who was defeated at Music hall by
James Judge several weeks ago,
knocked John Chambers, ot Forest
City, out in tho ninth lound In the
Forest City Opera house last night.
A crowd of three hundred persons saw
Tho bout was by agreement to be de
cided in Chambers' favor if ho was
standing at tho end of the fifteenth
round. He was put out with a right
hook on the chin and It required two
minutes to bring him to consciousness.
Ontfleld, of Nantlcoke, was refereo. In
Conley'o corner wero Pat Welsh, of
Nantlcoko; ailmorc, of Luzerne bor
ough, nnd Eddlo Dower, of Illohmoii
dnle. Chambers- was handled by Ed
Stratford and Davo Griffin, of Forest
City, and Tom Morgan, of Vandling,
THEIR SECOND TOURNAMENT.
Bouts Arranged by tho Arlington
Tho second tournament of tho Ar
lington Athletic club will bo held this
evening in Golden's hall Bellevue. Tho
principal bouts of the evening will bo
between Jersey riordon of Philadelphia,
nnd William Madison of Scranton, who
will fight ten rounds.
The other bouts will be: P. J. Rogan
of tho Arlington Athletlo club, nnd
John Ford of Park Hill Athletlo club,
four rounds; John Dunleavy of the
West Side Athletlo club, and Frnnk
Reilly of the South Side Athletlo club,
four rounds; A. J. O'Hora of this city,
and William Dunn of Blnghamton,
seven rounds; Bartley Mongnn of the
Arlington Athletic club and Jack De
vers of the Parks Hall Athletic club,
three rounds. Joe Allen and Gus Itf
denbach will glvo an exhibition. John
Burns of the West Side Athletic club
will be referee.
RACES NOT DECLARED OFF.
Meeting Will Bo Held nt the Timo
A representative ot the Blnghamton
Driving park, of Blnghamton, N. Y.,
was In tho city yesterday advertising
tho races nt that place, which take
place on the same days as those in
this city. He stated that the races in
this city had been declared off.
This is not true. The races have not
been declared off. Sufficient entries
have been received to give the best
race meet ever held In the city.
Tho bridge leading to the Driving
park haa been repaired and Is again
open to tho public.
USED HIS CLUB FREELY.
Spccinl Officer Will Clifford Had nn
Expcricnco at tho Ridge.
Special Officer Will Clifford had oc
casion to use his club at the "Ridge"
near Archbald, last evening. Clifford
had a warrant for the arrest of Mar
tinez Melglln, who was charged with
stealing a horse and wagon from M.
Rubin, a peddlar, whoso home Is in
The warrant was sworn out before
Alderman Millar yesterday afternoon.
Hubln alleged that Melglln had as
saulted him at the nidge early in the
afternoon, as he was passing that way.
Melglln also took his horse and wagon
from him. Special Officer Clifford, ac
companied by Rubin, went to the Ridge
and discovered the horse and wagon
in front of Melglln's saloon. When an
effort was made to take the outfit,
Melglln's brother, John, and others In
terfered. Special Officer Clifford was
forced to use his club to beat back tho
Martinez Melglln was afterward ar
rested and taken before Justice of the
Peace Duffy, ot Archbald, where he
entered bail in the sum of $1,000 for his
appearance at court. The charge was
assault and battery and grand larceny.
He claims that Rubin's horse was
taken because he was peddling with
out a license.
GRAND MASTER THOMAS HONORED.
Tendered n Reception nt Robert
Hums Lodge Hooni.
In honor of his being made Grand
Master of tho state Odd Fellows Grand
lodge W. Gaylord Thomas was given a
reception last evening at the rooms of
Robert Burns lodge on Wyoming ave
nue. Nearly fouV hundred men repre
senting every lodge in the valley wero
in attendance. S. G. Kerr, of Robert
Burns lodge presided over the exercises
of tho evening. Hale's orchestra gave
a musical selection, followed by an ad-
IDE BY SCRANTON WORKMEN AND CUMNIEED
S. Q. BARKER & SON,
SALESROOM: Board of Tiafc Building, Linden Street,
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Our line of Bicycles, consisting of La
dies', Gentlemen's and Children's
Wheels, is the most complete line here
abouts, inasmuch as we are selling
agents for the following well-known
THE LACKAWANNA WHEEL CO.,
High Grade Bicycles
Black Diamond, $50,
Nickel-Plating and Enameling a specialty, Nothing but expert workmen at our factory
and the very best material used.
FACTORYj 1218 AND 1218 N. WASHINGTON AVE.
SALES ROOMS, 410
dress by tho chnlrman. Itodhnm and
Wooley entertained with a musical
duet. Attornsy A. A. Vosburg the
made tho congratulary address.
Mr. Thomns responded with a mag
nificent effort, C. 8. Snyder sang and
the rest of thoprogrannne was madoup
of an address "by Philip Dupree, tho
reading of regrets by George S. Horn
who wns unable to be present, and a
nuniber of interesting selections.
After the ontertalnment the cole
bratera enjoyed a repast on the floor
above. The committee in chargo of tho
affair wero: S. G. Kerr, Frnnk Schra
dcr, Charles Slmrell, J. II. Seward, Wil
liam Delkc, Charles Wlrtz, Otto Mey
ers, George W. Sklllhorn, A. A. Vos
burg, and J. H. Kellcy, each represent
ing a lodge.
Mnrrlnco Licenses Urnnted.
Bernard Flannclly and Mary Oliver, of
Scranton: Christopher F. Press nnd Han
nah E. Carr, of Scranton; Patrick J. Ly-
nott nnd Cnthorlno Golden, of Dunmore;
Henry Schellhase nnd Sarah E. Zeldler,
of Scranton; William II. Eider and Bar
bara E. Roddle, of Scranton; Tcrrenco E.
Cullen nnd Mararet A. Cooney, of Dun
more; Peter F. Nealon and Margaret A.
Kennoy, of Scranton; Edwnrd J. Bwartz,
of Dunmore, nnd Wlnnlo O. Swnrtz, of
Sohultzvllle; William L. Jones and Rose
lna K. Jones, of Taylor; David Powell
and Hattie R. Fraley, of Archbald mine;
Richard Mulr and Mary WatklnB, of Car
bondole, were yeitorday granted marriage
WYOAHNQ COUNTY COURT NEWS.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, June 22. Court opened
Monday at 2 p .m., with Judge Dun
ham on the bench.
The caso of tho commonwealth vs.
Chamberlain nnd Ross has been set
down for to-day. Tho case is brought
by Pud Myers aa an outcome of tho
stabbing affair which occurred about
a year ago, during 'the base ball sea
son. So many cases havo been postponed
until this term that it may be decided
to hold court next week also In order
to complete the business.
The case of Harry Davidson charged
with assault and battery, was being
tried yesterday afternoon. Davidson
has been In Jail for the past three
The real estate of Hester Keeler, de
ceased, of Keelcrdburg, was allotcd to
Mis. Dr. Awry, one of the heirs, on her
bid of $15,513. There are five heirs.
The case of Oarleton Adams, ot Lov
elton, charged with killing his wife,
comes up for trial this, term providing
the grand Jury finds a true bill, which
In all probabilities will bo the case.
About fifty witnesses havo boon subpoenaed.
Young Men's Suits
Sizes, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, formerly
for $6.00, $7.50 and $8.00.
All go now for
NEWEST STYLES MADE.
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
Co., 126 and 128
Every one wnmvntod. Choice of any 910.00
tire. Choice four colors. Only tv few left
STORMERS AT $60.00
Are beauties. One year guarantee anytlra.
If you want tho ben that money 111 buy
Tho 'OLIVE" or "ORIENT" will surely ail
the bill at
Second Band Bicycles
$2.50 to $60.00.
Base Ball Goods, Sweaters,
Fishing Tackle aud Ammuni
tion at lowest prices.
321 SPRUCE STREET.
Large Size, 75c.
222 WYOMING AVENUE
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BY A SCRANTON FIRM.
Court House Square.
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We are the acknowledged leaders in this
difficult line of the business. The aver
age cyclist dislikes to have his wheel go
to the ordinary repair shop. He gen
erally gets it back with badly scratched
enamel, etc. Our shop is
II AN ORDINARY 01 II'S A F1RST-CLBSS SIP
Where work is done in a careful man
ner by experienced repairers.
REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY,
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