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THE SCTA.NTOtf TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1894.
a for one WEEK Wo will sell our entire stock of New aud Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Have your COIJ.AHR starched In the old way, when yru can have thorn nm with ROft, pliable Iluttunholcs (or TWO CENTS BAOB. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 20 Wyoming Avenue SALE OF Remnants Thursday, June 14. Remnants in Dress Goods, Silks, Trimming), Ribbons and Wasli Goods, Mears & Hagen 415 LACKA, AVE. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shados, come to in. We have a full line of roods, and our prices are very low. li7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The Plieiiix Rose rompony hold it an nual picnic nt Waaler's grove lout night. Tbe entertainment of the St. Vincent De Paul society if Pine Br ok, wifl be held in the Academy of Music tonicht. Mnhloon A: 11 'vp, contractors, yesterday boirnn Hit! bnildlna of the iinche court lat eral nouur in tin) Fifteenth sower district. The lecture t" have been delivered Inst 'Telling in the Elm Park church by 8.(3. Kerr did not take place, owing to Us hav ing be n postponed until Tue-dav evening, Jane 10 The subject on which Mr. Kerr Will speak is "A Trip Through Ireland. Tne Elks held a very pleasant social (it their ro.uus on IJrunklin avenue last evo ir.p, A larce number ot invited Knouts Wl rc present nnd all seemed to greatly en joy the occasion. At the budnoss meet iiib it was decided to run nn excursion to Like Ariel on. July n. The xveekly boat iiess meeting will be dispensed with dur ing the heated term, but a business meet Ing will bo held on the Brit Tnursday of each mouth. The animal election of officer! of Divis ion No. 7. Ancient Order of Hibernians, Board of Erin, the most flourishing branch in Lackawanna county In regard to ltsfln- nncial and membership standpoints, took place last night "t Its hall, I'il Lackawanna nvenue. The following ofllcurs were elected: C T. Boland, president; J. II. Kelly, v.ce president; John Ford, lecoid Ing secretary; John McHalr, financial sec retary; V. J. 0" Boyle, treasurer; standing committee John .iciiale, John McCabe, A. J. Mnlderlg, U, O'llarn, John F. O'Con nor. Op-n All Nlcht at Lohtnnn's Bprnce street. Tritd to Toatd n Train. John Anderson, a little boy nged 11 years, whose homo is on Jackson street, had his two legs cnt off yesterday in at tempting to board a freight train on tho Dluomabnrg difiston Of the Delaware, Lacltnwaunn aud Western railroad. He was taken to tho Lackawanna hospital where ho lingered until 7.80 o'clock last eveninc. The boy's brother was with him and succeeded In getting on the train, but John fell under the wheels, The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 s'clock. Interment in tho Washburn Street cemetery. . BUT quality oil clotliine, minors hats nt Wholesale and retail at li. A. Kingsbury's, 1)13 BprtMjB street. II' bbl ft thi Central Polio Station. Hugh Doherty, of Lackawanna avenue, and E. W. Tormley, of Providence, while Intoxicated, entervd the door leading to the cell room at tho police station late Monday nigbt, and seizing a couplo of maitnwses proceeded to make themselves comfortable for tho uiht. Thev were discovered by Sergeant Delter, who ae commodnted them with more appropriate bunking quarters in the cells. Each paid sWflne neloro Alderman Fuller In yes terday's police court. BaiNHAUT's market leads in low prices. Foil Down u Stub way. Wlen P'ohl, n woman employed as a do nestic in the family of J. Solomon, nt 51)3 jnckawanna avenue, fell down a night of .tniratn the rear of tno building vestorday ivening and received injuries that rend ired her nncouscious. r-'he was taken to the Lackiiwanuii hospital. Last night she 'ested easily. The physicians do not think ler case serious. Kkimiaht's market sells fresh roll butter ,t 18 cents. Matchi.188 8HAW Pianos Evnry ens omer recommends them, btello & Seeiey, .84 Wjomiug avenue. NEWMANS hams & McAnulty KILLED BI LIGHTNING Fatal Work of an Electric Bolt at the Bunker liili Breaker. HUGH DONNELLY IKE VICTIM He W.-.s Instantly Killed and Two Young Men Who Were with Him Sustained Serious Injury They Were Sitting at the Top of the Breaker Watching the Storm Lit tle Damage Done to Breaker. One person killed ami two eerionaly i jured was llgbtnlns's Bad bar rest it Dunmore yesterday afternoon. The unfortunate persons were Hugh Donnelly, the engineer nt tho Pennsyl vania Coal company's Hunker Hill breaker, who.was killed instantly, and his two .companions, Seldon Swingle and Henry StippWlin were injured. The accident occurred nt the head of I he breaker which is open at both ides, to allow the large c.ir.i which ire hoisted to this point, to run through l i the breaker nnd be dumped. It w.ia while sitting in this enclosure that the nu n Were struck. The breaker was not seriously damaged by the electric bolt. The accident happened during that portion of the severe storm when hail stones as largo us marbles, were de scending. Suddenly there was a blind ing fl ish in tht direction of the breaker, and in its Big-lag course the bolt struck the uppermost pirt of it. what MITCHELL DISCOVERED, John Mitchell, tiio foreman, rushed up the stairs to And out what damage was done. On entering the first head house he heard groins that led him him bigbei to the outer building, where he found Swingle struggling on his hands un l knees to rise to his feet.aud directly across the building Stiup was laying, twitching his hands and arms, while almost at hi side aud motionless lay Donnelly, his hands in his troueet's pockets aud his open knife by his side. I ty Swingle's half articulated ntter nnces he understood the situation nnd at once went for BSSistanC '. Swingle and Stipp were shortly restored, but Donnelly showed no signs of life and a snort liuitf afterward the ambulance bore his corpse to his home at Sport Hill, where a wife aud several children are left to mourn for him. With a little assistance the other two reached their boinea, They are se verely shocked, but it is thought out of danger. The breaker was Idle for tho day and f r m all appearances the three had re paired tb the head of the breaker to esonp the heat of the engine room and enjoy the cool bre.-zaj. HIDING FROM THE STORM. They were I it;ier sitting down or had stepped in from tho trestle to esciip? the rain. Th bolt entered abiut eight feet above their luads and shattered a large j list Tne dead man had marki on his tu ck and his hair was slightly singed, us is Stipp's. Otherwise there w;;s no marks to show how the deadly fluid had performed its work. Don nelly we.? n man about 55 years of ago, ind well known In Dunmore and a highly respected citiz-m. His com panions w. re young men about 10 years of age, who were merely sitting around to pass away the tun At last account both were doing well. WORK BP CHILD SAYING. Board of Associated Charldis Will Bend Its Energies in That Direction. Last night's meeting of the Assi clated Charities showed that there is no decreuso in the number of worthy applications for relief and work, and that there is a deplorable state of af fairs In the existence of an unsavory atmosphere surrounding children in places of ill repute. Colonel E. H. liipple presided at the meeting. Mem bers W, T. Smith, Thomas J. Moore, E J. Lvnett, W. Gaylord Thomas and T. j, K lly wre present. It was de cided to appropriate $100 to the May or's fnud for employment purposes, tho work to be done at Connell park The report of the treasurer showed H07 In the treasury, which with the sum presented by the Women's Auxil iary makes a total of IG7. Mrs. W. B. Dnggan, agent, reported forty-two applications for relief since tiie previous meeting. One child was s nt to the Lackawanna hospital and many men were given employment. Sny, f al deserving women were found work in private houses. Mrs Duggan farther reported that many Children, In the central city par ticularly, are surrounded by bad in fluences. The chair appointed members Thomas, Lynett aud Monro additional members to the child saving commit tee, previously composed of Colonel II. M. Boles, E. li. Siurges and T. J. Kelly. Colonel Hippie's suggestion that the work would be facilitated by adding three ladies to the committee not meeting with any oHeotion, lie suggested thf mimes of Mrs. J. R. Cohen, Mrs. P. J. Horan, of Duninoro, and Mrs A. E. Pettigrew. The members of the now committee will meet Saturday afternoon nt 2 o'clock in the oifico of Attorney W. (laylord Thomas to d"viso ways nnd menus of pushing the particularly commendable work. Tho ladles o.' he auxiliary will be invited toatten ; Co luro meetings of the board. A sug gestion from Qeorfin H. McDonald, manager of Laurel Hill park, that a picnic no given at the pnk for the hem fit of the Associated Charities was referred to the entertainment commit tee. lit inii.ust'k market. Meats, groceries, lowest possible prices. FORTY YEARS AS A DOCTOR. Dr. Davidson G.ven Hit ExD-rttncs to County Mudical SocLiy. The Lackawanna County Mo Heal society held a meeting in the coroner's room in the court house yestnrday aft ernoon. Dr. William preside I. Oth er members present were Drs. Burnett, Connor. G iles, Wohlnn, Paine, Van sickle Murray, Allen, Barnes, Prindle, Ray, Dean, Davidson, and Dr. Blrdsell, of Montrose. Dr. Davidson, of Bsnton Center, read a paper entitled "Forty Years Prac tice of Medicine." Some of the state ments of the author r fleeted rather severely upon the medical profession, but nevertheless mnch that he said was of an interesting nature and command ed the closest attention. Tho i.qir whs a sort of review of the statin of the medical profession aud was not discti'sed. Dr. (J. D. Murray also read a care fully prepared paper on "Asthenopia, or Painful Vision." It was discussed by Drs. Dean, Burnett.liay and others. Dr. Ray's remarks in reference to the manner iu which some of the eye specialists treat patients who are sent to them were particularly sarcastic. A proposition was made to ilw effect that the constitution of the association be so changed so as to allow physicians troth other counties to be admitted us members. A decision will be made in the matter at the next meeting, Dr. C. E. Tuompsou was elected to mem bership in the association. The meeting was htld iu the after noon so as to allow out of town phy sicians to attend. Dr. Prindle, who was present, is the only lady physician who is a member of the association. NEALON IOST HIS EAR. Th Accident Oocurred While Ho Was Shoeing a Home. John Nenlon, of Dunmore, employed In the shop of Blacksmith Sohnsll, on Penn avenue, suffered B painful mis fortune while at his work yesterday. He was engaged In shoeing a vicious horse when the animal grabbed the ear of the blacksmith between his teeth, tearing off tuo member. RUHR COURf BLOCKADED. Property Owners Protested and Mayor Connell Has Directed That It Most Be Made Passable. Yesterday there was a merry four! cornered tight with the Economy Stents Heat and Power company, wnich Is layiiiLt steam pipes in the streets, Peter Mullen, the contractor doing tin work, Street Commissioner Kirst) and well to do residents whoso stables in Moir court have been block aded by the work In progress as the iu I en ste .1 parties. It is a mixed up af fair, but unless tho passage of horses, carriages and cows to and from the stables is made possible before this afternoon, the affair will incur diffi culties for someone. The residents started the ball by making things lively for tho stroet commissioner; be In turn made it lively tor the contractor; the contractor in turn unsuccessfully tried to msko it lively tor the company. Mayor Con nell was drawn into the fuss toward evening and, like the Kilkenny man who hit a head wherever he saw one, he proposes to make it livedy for all concerned except tho residents, unless the tangle is straightened forthwith. Tho difficulty is humorous aud yet serious. The residents' position in the matter is excusable; since Monday afternoon they havo been unable to get either horses or carriages from the stablts, and two cows have sur vived on parings, etc., and been pre vented from supplying the tables with thick Juue-gniss milk. Some blamed the street commissioner for allowing such a state of all drs to exist, others blamed Contractor Mullen and the rest placed the responsibility upon the Economy company. Work was begun about three weeks ago iu extending the pipes from the plant on J fferson nvonue, botweon Myrtle nnd Ash streets, under a per mit issued by Street Commissioner Kirst, which provided that in tho al leys the trench should leave enough space for the passage of vehicles. The peculiar details of laying steam pipes with non-heat conducting material makes tne work necessarily slow, No difficulties wore met until Moir court was reached, when tho contractor ex cavated all tho way from Gibson strdbt to l'iue street. Tho treuch is about three or four days ahead of the pipe laying, which lias only been completed about 120 feet from Gibson street. Mayor Connell yesterday gave his hut to Street Commissioner Kirst that the contractor of the company must today lay the pipes and fill the treuch, or iu the same manner make Moir court pas-sable. Now the residents are holding their breath and wondering if the tangle will unsnarl. - . REV. F. fl. 0ONY INDORSED. Meeting of Methodist Ministers of Wyo ming District. The Wyoming district meeting of Methodist Episcopal ministers con vent u in WeBt Pittston Monday after noon, Presiding Elder J. G Ecknian in the chair. Ullicers were elected for the ensuing year as follows; President, Rev. J. G. Eckman; vico president. Rsv. fl, C MeDcrmott; secretary aud treasurer, Rev. J. B. Sweet, Speakers for the mxt meeting wore announced. Rev. William Hiller was appointed to deliver the association address, Rev. J. W. Webb, alternate. Rev. A. F. Chuffeo was selected to preach the association sermon mid Rev. J. B Sweet was named us alternate. Yesterday morning's session began at 8 30 o'clock. Papers were real on the, following themes: R v. EL. Suites "The Minister's Duty to His Own Denomination." Rev. G. A. Place "The Minister's Health and Habit of Study." Rev. L. E Santee "Tne Minister's Relation and Social Life." Papers heard In tho afternoon were, Rev. P. R. Hawxhurst "Tbe Sermon, Its Preparation and Delivery," Rev. L. E. Vanhoeson, "Tno Progres sive Foaturoa of the Tempearauoe In form " Rev F. N. Smith, "What Advan tages Are to Be Derived from Wyom ing Assembly V'' The following resolution, offered by Rev. O. H. McAnulty, D D., pastor of tho West Pittston Methodist Episcopal church, was unanimously adopted : Resolved, That tho Wyoming District Ministerial association convened in West Pittston Juno 18 e mphatically ondorsothe movemont In tho city of Bcranton for the legal observation of the Sabbath and com- mend and endorse our esteemed brother, il.'v. F. A, Dony, in his leadership in this hnmanitaolsn ami Christian work. Rev. A. Griffin, of Binghnmton, agent for tho Preacher's Aid associa te, represented very elfectively tho iu tereBls ot thi: old preachers of Wyom ing conference. Rev. M. S. Hard, D D.. assistant secretary of tho Church Extention society, was present and took an active part in the proceedings NARROW tsCAPt OF HIGGINS. Ltgh'.nlriK Kills Horses In a Barn He Iiud Just V icat-d. Sveriai to the Aroaton iVtbwM, Honksdalk, Pa., Juno 12 During tho heavy thunder siorm about 4 o'clock today a son of Widow Higgins, of Elk Pond, was out plowing iu afield with a team of horses. As the storm came up ho put tho team In tho barn and went into the house, Ten minutes Inter tiie bain was struck by lightning. Both horses were killed; nut anothor horse in the bnrn was unhurt. Thomas Higgins extinguished the fire which followed with u pail of water. A few yeats ago this barn wus struck in identically tbe same placo aud an ox was killed. The barn was unin jured. Rbmnanth for children's dresses at half price at our ude of romnants Thursday, June h. Mears & Hagim. RvAfi, the druggist, will give to callers who are troubled, for one week one bottle of Dimmock's kidney and bladder ohre free, or will sell two hundred dines for one dollnr, guaranteed as represented. IlAUGAiNH in silks, trimmings, ribbons and Wnsh goods at, our sale of remnants Thursday, Juuo 14. Mi;aus & Hauen. MYSTERY IS CLEARED Body of Richard Caffrey Found In River Near the Elm Street Bridge. BEEN IN WATER THREE MONTHS On the Morning of March 7 Caffrey Fell Over Retaining Wall Near Gas House Bridge Into the Water nnd Was Carried Down Stream Until the Body Found Lodgment Against a Water Main. The body of Richard Caffrey, who Was drowned in the Lackawanna river about 11 o'clock on th morning of March 7, was discovered yesterday aft ernoon in the middle of the river un der the Elm strset bridite. Three painters, Andrew Baker, Peter flartman aud George Qrieswr, have been nt work on tbe Elm street bridge for the past two weeks. Ten days ago they observed an object, in the water caught against the big main of the Bcranton Gas and Water company that goes through the river at the iower end of the bridge. It fesembled the bloat ed carcass of a dog aud that is what thf-y supposed it to be. When tho shower started yesterday they sought shelter under the bridge, and while waiting for the ruin to cease, one of them remarked that the decomposed oejrcc ought to be loos ened or else the stench would nauseate them when they begnn work on the undor-strncture. Upon scrutinizing moro closely the men were horrified t tiad that it was the body of a man. The trunk of it was without any clothing and bad reached that stage of decay whero the flesh was tho color of brown wrapping paper. The fl sh was gone from the head leaving the ghastly white skull and the upper ver tebrae of the spinal column exposed. The arms and legs were eaton away, nothing but the bouos remaining. The trousers that tho dead man wore were turned inside out and attached by shreds lo the bones of the feet. HOW BOOT WAS IDENTIFIED By the trousers an 1 a peculiarity of the teeth, Patrick Ouffrey, his brother. Identified the body, News of the dis covery was telephoned to the polios by tne painters, nnd Captain Eiwards de tailed Officer Mills to koep off the crowds. Corouer Kelly arrived at 3 !10 nnd impaneled tho following jury: Thomas J. Plannery, Thomas H. Kelly, Oflic?r T. E. Mills, W J. Scott, James Malia and D. J. Moriarity. The body was viewed and the testimony of the paint ers taken. Mrs. Caffrey and her son Patrick were positive that it was Rich ard Calfrey and Thomas Dwyor also swore to that effect. The jury adjourned to the hotel of Michael Gallagher and returned a ver dict that tno corpse was that of Rich ard Oafffey, who was drowned in the Lackawanna river on or after March 7, and that drowning was accidental. Undertaker Owen Cusick was no'ti tied and the remains were taken from the stream and brought to Mr. Cu tick's est iblishmeut on Washington avenue, whero thoy were prepared for burial. At 0 o'clock the funeral was held and the holy iutorred iu Hyde Park Catholic cemotery, FELL OVER TIIE WALL Tho doadmm lived with his wid owed mother and brother at 204 Em niett street. lie had been employed nt tho schutes of tho B dlevuo breaker as car loader. March G was the regular monthly pay day and tho Bellevue mines did not work on the following day. On the morning of May 7, Caf frey aroso early aud left home at 7 o'clock in the morning. He was returning home about 11 o'clock and was walking nlong the Jersey Centr.il tracks. Near th'o gas houie there is a high retaining wall and an old man who was iiihing drift wood out of the river saw him topple over this wall Btid roll into the river. Tho old man thrust a polo out to Caffrey, but ho did not grasp it and sunk, his body not being seen there after until it was discovered as stated iu the above facte. BAPTIST PASTORS SPEAK. Want the Mayor to Issue a Eui.day Clos ing Proclamation. The following resolutions were passed Monday by the Baptist Pastor's confer ence, D. C, Hughes, president, and H. H. Harris, secretary: Whereas, The clergy and citiznns of Bcranton have for some time been stren uously engaged In securing a better ob servance of of tho Sunday laws in our city: and, Win roas, It wnB understood in tho be ginning of Mho movement that tho mayor of the city would aid the movement by issuiiig a proclamation declaring it to be his duty and his determination, as tho chief executive of the city, to secure the punishment of violators of said laws; and, Whereas, We, the clergy and citizens of the city, have been greatly disappointed iu tho dolay of his lienor, the mSyor, m the Issuing of tho said proclamation; and, Whereas. Jt is a well known fact that the prominent hotels of the city nnd nearly U of the saloons are openly vio lating the Sunday laws every Sunday, therefore, Resolved, That the liaptist ministers in conference assembled unite with the cleri cal conferences ot other denominations in urging upon his honor, the mayor, the im mediate issuing of a proclamation to the citizens of Bcranton, Iu which he will ex press his determination to enforce the Sunday laws of the state, and will givo his moral support to all efforts put forth by the citlsens of Beranton to securo for tins city a quint, orderly aud law-nbidiug day on ouch first day of the week. SwKNy, champion high juniper of the world, will be here June 28 Large Consignment of Pineapples on Sale THURSDAY. Best for canning and Lowest Prices of the season. E. 'G. COURSES, 429 Lacka. Ave. CHANGE ON SWETUND STREET. Coucoilmen Hava a Cauf-irancs wi h Af feoted Prcpirtv Owntra. Chairman W. A. Thomas, Captain William Kellow and Victor Lauer, of the streets and bridges committee of select council met W. I. Finch, of the Finch Manufacturing company ; J. W, Howarth and Owens Brothers, prop erty owners interested iri the changing of the grale for the Svvetlaud street approach to the Linden street bridge, at tbe city clerk's office lust night. In tho absence of City Engineer Phillips, who was not notified of the meeting.no definito notion could be do cided upon to embody in a report to council. City Solicitor Torroy was present and stated that tho options on property which will bi encroached upon in the widening of Swetland street ore binding on the part of prop erty holders concerned for six months. The options soured aro as follows: D, M. Jones, 16x188 feet, Main nveuuo nnd Swetland street, and will remove buildings from the streot lino, ?l,.r00; Ward Shoemaker, per T. J. Luce, agent, 111X180 feet, Comer of Ninth anil Swotland streets, with the buildings, j,uuo or the whole property for 18,000) Thomas RelU, 84,000; 0. A. Smith estate, corner of Chestnut and Swetland streets, 48xlM) feet, (8,600; P. MoCann estate, 15x180 feet, corner of Swetland and Chestnut and Pleasant streets, :),olX. The committoe decided to have coun cils riqiTst tho city engineer to fur nish nn 8 and 9 peroont. profile of Swet land street for use by tile committee nt a future conference with property hold ers; also, that a resolution be passed by councils that all matters In reference to the Sw tlnnd street approach to the propos d bridge be referred to tho joint, committee for immediate action, It was decided to report favorably on the following ordinances: For the ex tension and opening of Fairview court, and the purchase of laud fer tbe pur pose from G. W. Brown at Robinson si rent; nn ordinance for changing the grade of CspOUSB a veil tie betweou Larch and Marion street; providing for a 5-foot flagstone walk on Academy street, South Hyde Park avetiiu and North .Main avenue. HIS TEMPER WAslOFFLEB. Dr. William Haggorty Says That W. A. St. John Made Violent Threats Against Him. Dr. William Haggorty is nfraid that W. A. St. John intends to do him bodily harm. Ho went before Alderman Fitzsim sons yesterday afternoon and had u warrant issued agalust Mr. St. John, aud tbe hearing in the case was held last evening. Tho facts as develoned at the hearing show that Mr. St. John drove to the Driving park yesterday morning and presented as his right to enjy tho privileges of the track, a season ticket made out in tho nam of Pre I Cook, a racing partner of Mr. St. John's. Tho paste board was marked "'Not Transferable," nnd Dr. Haggorty on that account attempted to eject the president of the Bcranton Base Ball association from tbe track. Mr. St. John objected in a pisitivo manner to grant the doctor his own way in the pisode, and the doctor says went so f ir as to raine his tiding whip aud en deavor to bring it down with force on his head. Besides, Dr. Haggorty de clares that Mr. St. John made violeut threats. Seven witnesses gavo testimony nl tho hearing nnd Alderman Fitzdm ruons held the defendant in $200 b.al to upp sir at cjtirt. Nathan ' Thompson qualified ns security. Mr. St. John declares that Dr. Hag gorty treated him most unjustly, bil hisnorso nnd also undo an effort to strike him. PROMINENT HAWLEY WEDDING. Miss Katia McAndiw Mar. lad to John F, Creightori, of Coopr, N. J. Special lo the Bcranton lribune, HawLEY, Pa., June 12. At St. Phil. -menu's Catholic church this morning at G o'clock, the m itriago of Miss Kali MoAndrew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John R. McAndrow, of this place, and sistur of Rev. R. A. McAndrow, of St, Mary's church, Willies Bsrro, aud ol Dr. P. H. McAndrew, of the Lacka wauna hospital, Soronton, to John F. Crelgbton, of Coopsr, N. J., ws solemnized with a nuptial mass Father McAndrow performud the cere mony. Miss Lncy Carroll, of Scranton, wa bridesmaid ;and George Crt-ighton , o New York city, u cousin of the groom, was groomsman. The bride was attired in a gown oi grey covert cloth, trimmed with two toued velvet green ami pink with peaii trimmings. She wore a luce straw ha:, groeu aud ecru, and curried an ivory bound prayer book. Tho bridesmaid's costume was ol fawn colored silk serge, trimmed wit! moire, and her bat was of brown chip and ecru lace. She carried a boquet oi pink and white roses. Miss Nellie Curran, of Scrntiton, played the wedding marches from Men delssohn and Lohengrin, Mr. and Mrs. Crelgbton dopartod ou an extended wedding tour, after which they will reside in Coap.T, N. J. fc Buy iha V.tbir nnd got the best. At Guernsey Bros. And Right Up to Date. . . . JUNE We have Artistic Designs in Wed ding Gifts and all the Latest Novel ties. W. W. BERRY, Jeweler 417 lacka. ave. Best Sets of Teeth, $3 00 Including the painless extracting cl teeth by uu tntirely now process. ON DECK Weddings S. C. Snyder, D.O.S. IttO WYOMING avi. Music Boxse Exclusively. Best made. Play any desired number of tnnee. Gautschl & Sons., manufacturers, KiSO Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won derful orchestrial organs, only fS and $10. Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re paired and improved with uew tunes. IIUIIIfllHOIIiilllEllllllllllMlllieillllllL.- I For Public Benefit 1 It's no uso to remind you that warm weather Is hore Hut we will rn- m mind you of our line ol Summer Goods S S Suoourliuoof OLAOIBB UKXfBln- S j K.KATOU, with patented movablo S J Hues, solid lco rack and shelves, seven 5 2 walls t preserve the ice, Best in tho S S world. B Kemeinbor, wo have the B finest assortment of oil and GAS S S S'lOVKS, l. As KANGKS, etc., iu the B g city B g Don't buy a lawn mow or until you i have seen oar guaranteed S ' E S Electric Mowers, U inch, S3. 50. B Window Screens, All sizes, 35c. up. g Screen Doori3,Coujl)loto,a,0. b Wire Cloth, A" uud Cherry Pitters, ,,nd 0oc. a H.Battin&Co- s 5 !'to,'s 126 Pcnn Ave. El I S Specialists SCRANT0N. roiSi.eaiic5iiBiHictgEi!iii!iMniniiti OSLANDS CORSET AND GLOVE STORE. On Mi n lay, .iu e II, te wl 1 bnvo an experience i Corset a omai from N'ew York who w bi oxh b t and lit t ie co i bra'cd P. D. CORSETS. We Will b plensid to St eVOTV rni who estss to havo a Porfeel Ft ngt'ora.'t. We are also nrapari d to rlt any Corrc from 50c. lo the higher prieos. 128 Wyoming Ave. IF BEL EVE That tho natural outlines of the foot should bo preserved rather than interfered with; if you bslieve in comfort and lit as well as style; if you believe iu shapely shoe3 for shape ly feet; if you want service, then put your money, as well U3 your feet, in our shoos. We show and sell tho grandest and greatest lina of. footwear that ever adorned and protected thi feminine or masculine foot. Ladies' Beautiful Russet Tipped Oxfords, all sizes, $1.00. Ladies f;xtra Quality Kusset lilueherettcs, $2.00. Misses' Best Quality Russet Goat, spring heel, button, $1.35. Child's Etra Quality Patent Leather Tipped, button, 75c. II L I k HI 137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE, Complete Outfitters, SCRANTON, PA. S. L. GALLEN. REMEMBER- -Every purchaser of !?1 worth or over receives a chance on the Beautiful PARLOR SUIT. ffL WILL J Trade 1 Mart PRICES: II TO 2 $1.25 VA TO $1.50 mm OR SHINE EACH day this week we will offer bargains appro priate to the weather. If rainy Umbrellas and Mackintoshes; and if clear weather, Straw Hats, Mil linery, Shirt Waists, Ladies' Suits, Neckwear, &c. Special for MEN'S AND AGENCY FOR DR. JAEGER'S WOOLEN GOODS BROWN'S BEE HIVE 224 LACKAWANNA AVE. CLEARINbSALE WE will sell our en tire stock of Mil-1 linery Goods, Ladies Coats, Capes and Blazer Suits at 50c. on the Dollar to make room for the; immense stock of Furs we are making. F Furs 8TORED and INSURED IF ALTERED BY US, FREE OF CHARGE! During the Summer. J. BOLZ 138 Wyoming Ave. NEXT DIME BANK. BI HATS DUNN'S Men's best grade Casco Calf, lace aud Congress, London and French toe, $1.90. Men's extra quality Russia Calf, hand welt, lace and Congress, ' $3.00. Youths' extra quality B Calf, tipped, button and bals, $1.00. Infants' best quality Tan and Red Goat, but ton, 50c. That Boy Yours Wouldn't wear out so many Shoes ' if yon bought him The Owl Shoe Try a pair next time. Our spe cialty is good-wearing and good looking Shoes for Children. Bsnister's Shoe House This Week: GUSH BOYS' NECKWEAR, 17c. EACH 1