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The Plain Speaker WEA1HEB FOBCASlE. Washington, April 13. Weather forecast until 8 p. m. Saturday : For Eastern Pennsylvania The sun will ihine on Enter Sunday it will be neither cold nor warm. NEWS IX BRIEF, A daughter was born to Mr. nd Mrs. Walter MaoAvoy, of VetHa2ileton, lait night. h j. Snillman moved his household effeots from Lancaster to Hazleton yesterday. NlKlit Watchman Resigns. Constable Elmer Airey whoae filled the position of night watclpian on the Diamond, has resigned. new Guard Member. it Tt m.iihUv nisht's meeting of Oo. G five new members will be ad mitted. The applicants passed a successful eiamination yesterday. Collet-tins Scrap Iron. The section crew under Foreman Keed yesterday began to collect the old thnlooal divibion of the Lehigh Valley. lteiinlrliis a Path. The path between Grant street and West Hazleton, running through the Lehigh Valley property at Ilazle Mines is being repaired. The path had been in an awful muddy condition. Uranted a Pension. In the list of pensions issued under date of April 12 by the Pension Department is one in favor of Mrs. Chistiua Mann, of Hazleton, who will receive $3 per month. At tne I'rnnberr) Colliery. During- the idleness of the oolliery slight repairs aie being made to the breaker. Mine locomotive No 10 used on the slate banks is being rebuilt at the shops. Died In Philadelphia. Mrs. Henry Weber and sons, Christ and Walter, left yesterday for Philadelphia to attend the funeral of the widow of the late Deitrick veber who died Thursday night. The funeral will take place tomorrow. Will He-build. Mascarella Bros, are clearing away the debris on North Wyoming street, where their building was burned down iroar aim. and will soon begin to re-build. Casper Fisher stricken. Casper Fisher, the well known con crete pavement contractor, and one of theoldeist residents of the city, was striokeu with paralyses at his home at the corner of Poplar and Juniper streets last night. He was unable to talk and his condition is said to be serious. Good Friday Observation. Good Friday was quietly observed in town. All of the collieries were idle and services were conducted in most of the ehurches. A majority of the stores were kept open und many people were seen on the streets. A Number of Funeral. Marie Dorothy, infaut daughter of Fred Gieking, was buried in the Vine street cemetery yesterday aiternoon. William, the 1 year-old son of Patrick Burke, ot ilaz'.e brook, was laid to rest in St. Gabriel's cemetery yesterday afternoon. A large number of friends assembled at the home of Philip Jaoobs, 81 South Laurel itraet, yesterday afternoon to pay the last tribute of respect to the memory of his wife who died on Thursday. Servioes were conducted in Obrist Garman church by Rev. J.O Schlenker Interment followed in Vine street cenie tery. VALLEY OFFICIALS HERE. General kuperinte ndent Wilbur and Master Mechanic HiKClns III Town. General Superintendent R H. Wilbur, of the Lehigh Valley Riilroad Co., and Master Mecbanio Higgins, arrived bere yesterday afternoon in a special train. Tbey were joined by Division Superintendent Keith and a number of local officials. They inspected the abandoned shop buildings and the road in general, going as far as Tombicken and theu back to Harleigh. They returned to Bethlehem last night. tiinday Dinner. Chicken, Celny, Cranberries, Spinach, Lettnue, CuuutnbetJ, Tomatoes, Better, Caahflowtr, Anparagus, Rauiehcs, Mint, Parsley, Crss, Sweet Pi.tati:ts, Turnips, lirape Fiuir, Oiauges, BandUu, Leui'jns, StrawbtrrieH, Fresh butler aud Wafers, Cbast & Sauboru Seal Brand Coffee, Table KtUiuP, Nots, Oiivea, La & ferritin Siute, Prince of Wales, bauce, Shrewsbury Catsup, aud Mayonaine Dressing. W. II. Wear's Fanoy Grocery. See onr f 2 patent leather tip shoe. It's winner. Googh Bros. Faked val pie will be served for lunch tonight. The futooun Huuter whiskey oau also be bad at the Liberty Hotel. Your shoes are c mtpiououi. Men who knew how to drei will wear "Humauio" shoes, perfect fitting, sty-lib, ourufortahlH, 1. We are sole aueuts, Wstterau & Malkaiues. 13 'Jt Given Anay. A handsome cabinet photo frame; our Ea'ter offering for tbls year is unique, useful aud 1'iHting. Don't fail to procure one. Can be obtained at The Great Atlantic & PauiQo Tea Oo , 12 31 'Mi West Broad street. For the bent work in rarpnt eleanlDij and laying go to W. J. Mills, 314 West Broad street. 2 tf G serfs Krick sells real estate. OBITTO MS. John "W, till ertteail at nrlfltftoai5i of Mrs, Wlliouiiliby.: James W. Oliver, of Drifton, for many years employed as confidential man in the Ooxe family, died at the latter plaoe last night, death being due topneu omnia, from which he had suffered but a week. He was 72 years old. Mr. Oliver was oonneoted with the Ooxe family for over thirty years and was a faithful and trusted servant. He was a great friend of ohildren and the young people ana was line a iatner to them. No arrangements have been made yet for the funeral, but it will probably take plaoe on Monday afternoon. Mrs WUIouglilty. News of the death of Mrs. Wil- loughby, a former resident of this oity, but for a number of years a resident of the Falls of the Sohnylkill, near Phila delphia, reached town lait night, ihe cause of death was blood poison- incr. The remains will be brought to Hazleton for burial. Mrs. nriunheller. After sufferiuB for some time from gangrene of the foot Mrs. Aaron Drum heller, aged 03 years, died at the family residence on North vine street, near Green, yesterday afternoon. Mrs Prutnheller's maiden came was Rebecca Walok. She was born in Sogirloaf township and besides nor husband is survived by three children, Frank and O iver Drum-heller und Mri. Milton Beer, of this oity. Mrs. Druinhellrr was one ot the city's oldest residents. She attended the Christ German Lutheran chnroh and her death is mourned by a large circle cf friends. Died at Morea. Matilda Rough, wife of David Ruught a well known and h'ghly respeoted resi-dtmt of Morea, died at her home there at 11 o'clock Thursday night of consumption after a lingering illness. The family formerly resided in this city, but removed to Morea about two years ago. She was aged 39 years. Besides a husband, a family of three children, two sons and a daughter survive her. The fuueral will take plaoe on Monday, leaving Morea on the 1 o'olock train in the afternoon for Hazleton, where interment will be made in Vine cemetery. John Scliutzbaeh. John Schntzbacb, aged 58 years, died at the family residenoe on Alter street, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets, last night. The fuueral will take place on Tuesday morning and interment will be made in the Lanrel cemetery, White Haven. LABOR M2ETIKG. Well Known Labor Leaders To Deliver Addresses Here shortly. A big mass meeting under auspices of the local Carpenters' Uuion will be held in this city on the evening of the 21st in-t. Among tbe prominent speakers vbo will be present is P. J. M;Gn re, of the Federation of Libor aud Bnj iuiin James of the United Mine Workers. A committee has been appointed to secure a hall and the meeting promises to be the largess ever held by a trade's organization. To this meeting ai1 classes of tradesmen are invited. It is the aim of the promoters to organize all trades in the region after the beutfhs of organized labor have been explained. Xotllled Gypsy ((ueea to Go. Constable Hunsmger yesterday noti-ned the Gypsy Qaeen, who holds forth on West Broad sire .t, to leave town. Thomas Ward I'nder 900 Ball. Thomas Ward, who was arrested on a warrant sworn ont by James Meehan, on a charge of assault and battery, waived a hearing before Alderman Lau- bacb yesterday and entered f 'JQO bail for his appearance at court. At Kt Gabriel's Today. At St. Gabriel' church today the sr-vices will be the largest of the ecoles Wstical year. Toe ssrvicei will bsgin at 7 o'clock. Tbe blessing of Easter and baptismal water aud also the Paschal or Easter candle will take plaoe. Tne services will close with a High Mass. When the Gloria is eutontd at tbe mess today all tbe veils will be drawn aud the balls tolled. The organ, wbioh has been silent siuoe the Gloria in tbe mats cn Thursday, will be used again. Siuce the Gloria in tn mass Tbuisday the oburch nas been draped in mourn ing. All ibis will be removed today and a niw appearance will be put on, (hat of Faster. K. F. M. fair Monday night, Hazla Hall, adm s'iou 5 cents everybody. Orderly's Market. Chickens, Ducks, Mutton, Rich Rous, Lamb, Uouje Dressed Pork, Ctaopn Steak, Htinlmrg, Sirloin, Sauvag, Pudding, B died Ham, Home um le ami .Sdeol Pur Lird, Bologna, Piukl-d Tripp, Tongue. Pril l- to s lit everhndy. Amhrnoite Telephone, N. Ltorel St. Jiie Stanlfunher? handles the famous Hunter whiskey. Oal arid Sao hiui at the Liberty IIotl touight and enjoy a lunch of baked real pie. Proposal Wauled. Proposals will be received by the u!iderign rt until Tuesday, April 17, for paimii g Viufl str'-el cemetery lence with to coats of paiut. Specifications can be bad by applying to William Reinhardt, 12-St William Oerlaob. Faler I Com I it v. Go to headquarters for choice rotes, oarnattms, viul-ts, Mly of the valley, Hyacinths, Enter iillios and blooming plants of nil kinds. Smith, 'the fl irisr, 311 West Ji.-' ucl s-.rtet, one square above p'lufoill e. Hdl and Authraolte telephones. 1131 Nobby Enter neckwear-Malkames, Wstterin t 13-21 Squire J inns, auctioneer & iealest.it Try the Paragon Laundry. 23-tf Bon shot. OfRoet M&Uhews yesterday shot a flog tit polios headquarters, making the third canine dlspatcliod by the officer this week. Secured control of White Haven Co. Scranton parties have secured control of the White Haven Water Co. The deal was ooncloded this week. Pay Hays. The employees of the Lehigh Traotion Oo , Ouyle Bros., aud of 0. Pardee & Oo. at Lutimer will be paid today. Today will also be pay day at Milnes- ville and Ooleraine. Now an Organizer. Andrew Youngcourt has baen appointed an organizer of the American Federation of Labor. His territory embraces all of northeastern Pennsylvania. Admitted to the Hospital. Mike Semahch, of Beaver Meadow, who was caught beneath a fall of ooal at Bsaver Meadow, sustaining a lacerated scalp, was admitted to the hospital yes terday. BOBBIN FACTORY STOCK. Said That an Allentown Party Has secured Control of Wearhcrly Indn stry. It is reported that the maj ority stock of the Weathorly Bobbin Works, an industry employing a large number of hands, has been disposed of to a man named Hill, of Allentowi, in violation of a verbal igreement made between the parties holding the maj ;rity stock and a Weatherly nwn who rff:rod to buy the former out auy time they wanted to sell. Tbe Allentown man, it is said, to remove the indu try to that An injunction may be asked restraiu the s tie of the stock. wants town. for to l.cs Fractured. William Meikrautz, employed at toe No. 40 oolliery, had bis lee fractured yestorday, caused by the falling of piece of timber on the limb. He is at the hospital. Master Mechanic Relirng. Joseph Evans, of Ooleraine, master mechauio for A. S. Van Wickle & Co has resigned and goes to Mnrea colliery next week to accept a similar position His sucoessor has not yet been an nounced. Hush Money Demanded? 3If rumors now rife are true the aotion of Judge Woodward in reprimanding the ooustables ot L'izrne county will prove a source of revenue to certain lower end officers. It was said yester day mat a youtn wno is under age was sent to oertain saloon to pnrohase a can of beer. He procured the beverage, and it was not long afterward, so it is said before one of the region's supposed con stables made bis appearance and de manded hash money uuder peualty of am st. Opera House Attractions. Aiden Benedict's "Fabio Ritnaui' will be preuted at tbe Grind tonight An exohange speaking of Miss Grac Hunter's dancing with Aiden Benedict' "Fabio Roman!" conipiny says: "You go to see a ballet dancer and instead yon behold a wonder, a marvel, a miracle; a thousand effors of light aud shadow, of iutsrohanging aud intermingling colors, glittering aud flashing in innumerable suggestions of bejuty." Those who witnes-ed the performance of "Sowing the Wind" when presented in this city before will no douot avai tbemtelvei of sotiog it agaiu at the Grand n'xt Tuesday, April 17, aud those who did not see it b;ioie have a treat in store for them. ARM SLYSiRED. Boy Attempt to Hoard a Train Itul Mle Ills Hold. An I'auan ooy sgsn aojut H yers while attempting to board a P. & R train on the Trrsckow branoh yesterday afternoon fell nnder tbe wheels. Hi arm was severed above the elbow He was a courageous little fellow, h w eve'', and walked to his home whert medical aid was luuimoDud. The boy was brought to the Miners Hospital last u giit, woere the arm was ainpot .tml. Jske StaufTenberg bandies the famons Hunter whiskey. Uall and see hint at the Liberty Hotel tonight aud enjoy a inncn oi naked veal pie. Sand your order to the Pottsvill House today for your Eister "egg. tiott 1 Julius is preparsd to lerv yon with any quantity, and yon can lie assured of get i n g sumstnwg setter man yon can make at home. Oar line of mu's and boys' shoes can not bs beat for style or service Gough Bros. Dr. Rumicll H.l onwell w ill l.eeture. Dr. Uonwell, the most distinguished lecturer, will lecture lu the Opera House of this nity, Weduetnay eveuujg, Apri 13th. Yua cannot uiT ird to mirs hear lug Ului. Sulj-;ct -''Heroism of a Prl- va'eLlfe." Tickets on sale at Uazle l)i og Store, Katr' Book Store and box oiIl;. Frlues 33, 60, 7.'), 1. 1U Kaoter Meiivenlr Free. A beautiful medallion of lilacs and roses in a g It frame lOi'M iuohea given free today with one p uud of our celebrated baking powdor. Grand Union Tea Oo , Y. M. (J. A. Building. Seasonable footwear for man, woman or child. Oar idea: Small prod's, qqick siles. Wetterau & Malkames. U 2t A Mew r:pocn In I.Uht History has bteu eiierd into by the new Yusea" Welihai'b mantle. It pro duces a light of 10:1 caudle power, almost twicn the oaudle power of the ordinary Wtdshach mantis and is stronger aud mere durable. The new light cm be s'en lu the Uaz'e'ou Gas Oo. ofrioe Price 60 cents. For sale by John L, Mayer. 1.' 5-, Now is the time to have yoor fouthors cleaned, (all by Anthraolte teli pbnue or addren to O. M. Reinhart. 2 if Geo' B. Olark Notary and.Iniuranoe. 28 mw mum Special Exercises to Be Conducted in Local Churches Tomorrow. EDIFICES BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED. Serving of the Holy Communionsun- day Schools to Ilcnder Programs. Additions to Membership. Next to Christmas tomorrow is one of the grandest and greatest days in tbe history of the Ohristian ohurob. The day is always oelebrated with the hold ing of special services, the administering of the Holy Communion and the rendi tion by church choirs of special tnusio. Deooratious also figure prominently in the services, ihe weather promises to be flue, which will add greatly to the success of the occasion. The character and order of services in the Hazleton churches are given below. Flrtt Baptist Rev. Teasdale will preach at both the morning aud the evening servioes in the new tfaptist church on .North Vine street. Ia the morning be will speak on "Why Am I a Christian" and in the evening "Why Am I a Baptist." United EvuiiKClical. The services in tbeUnited E7ang9licaj oburch on Locust street will ba in charge of Rev. Brownmiller who will preach on "The Angels of the Cross" iu tho morning. In the afternoon the Sanday Sjhool will hold special exercisvs and a flue program will be carried out. There will be special music, both vocal and instru mental. st Paul's M. E. Roy. I. N. Moorehead wiil officiate at tomorrow's Eister services in St. Paul's M E. church. The choir will render special musio. German Reformed. The oatechumens who were confirmed by Rev. Toennes in the Grace Reformed church last Sunday will be received into th9 church tomorrow. The choir, under the leadership of Prof. Fix, will render a fine program. Holy Commnn ion will be served and new members will be received into the congregation Christ Lutheran. The order of services in the Christ Lutheran church tomorrow will be as follows: 5:30 a. m German service, followed by toe serving of Holy .Communion. 9:30 Regular services. The Lord's Supper administered to the recently confirmed catechumens. 2 p. m. Special program in charge of the Sunday School in the main auditorium of the church, to which parents are invited. 7 p. m. Eoglish services, followed by the Holy Communion administered to the EaglUh catechnmens aud members of the cJiurol), The choir will render tbe Hallelujah Chorus. Diamond M. E. Rev. Miller will ofiijiate at both morning and evening services tomorrow in the Diamond M. E. oburch. Ia the evening he will speak oh "The Open Grave." There will be special music by the ehoir. St. John's Primitive Method!t. "Differenoes Removed" will be the subject of Rev. Lees' morning sermon iu St. John's Primitive Methodist church. Communion will be served at the close of the sermon. At 7 p. m. an Eistor services entitled "The Hidden Power," will be rendered by the scholars. PreMbyterian Church. Servioes appropriate for Ea-tur will be conducted at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. tomorrow in the Presbyterian church by Rev. Jack. Special music will be rendered as follows: Morning Organ, Grand Chorus in D, DsLayeF; Triumphal Anthem, Read; Festival TeDeum, L'.oyJ;Chorus 'Tbfn Round Abiut tbe Starry Throne," Handel: Organ, ''Sing Unto God," Hau del. Evening, Organ, Cborus on the Gregorian tone, Gnilmant; Anthem, "Christ Our Passover," Sohilliug; Srdo, "R..eur-reotion," Bchelley, Mrs. Frank Oooper; Org, "And the Glory of the Lord," Handel. Trinity Lutheran. Following is tbe order of services for tomorrow iu the Trinity Lutheran church, RtV Dr. Wagner, pastor: 8 a. m Esrly or Sunrise service. Singing lei by full orchestra. 10 a. m. Confirmation of oatechumens and reception of other members, followed with the Holy Communion. 3:30 p rn Infant baptismal scrvion. 7:30 p. m Holy Communion followed with Easter service by tbe Sibbath School. t. Gabriel's. Services at St Gabriel tomorrow will be of a very impressive character, ine massrs win oe aia at tne UFua hours, 7, V aud 1U:30 o'clock. The lata mas will be a S 1 'rati High Mass, with Rev. Father E. S. Phi'lips ni celebrant; Rev. Father E. W. Fitzmaurice, daoon; and Rev. Father U. P. Purko, sob-deaonn. R.v. Fa'ker Micba'd, O. S F will preach tbe sermon at the la'.e maes Father Michael has conducted servioes at St. Gabriel's all week. He is an able lns'rnotor and has this week given the psople season of good instruction. The musio at this mats will be of high order. The siugiug will be rendered bj the choir in ohsrge of Prof-MslCeiruan and Mis Maine Lynch, organist. Hizle orchestra will accompany the choir. The folio Aing musical program will be rendered: Vidi Aqoam;" "Kyris and Gloria," Monrtj "Crado," Ltuimlotte; "dander Bjuediotus," Ague Doi," St. Clair; Offertory "Gloriosa," Hayden; "Veol Creator," Petero; "Allcju ih Chorus." Evening exercises Veiprs in D, Mercadantu; "Lauda Sim," Limbilotte; "0 Salutarls," trio and quartette, R shIh; "Tautum Ergo," Lambllotte; "Laudate Dtnilnnm," Fiske. Soprano Mary O'Donnsll, Lsura Klstlurdt, Ellit Ellwood, Margaret Mo- DsrmoH, EatleO'Doanell, J alia Darkln, Annio Gormely, Mrs Stettler, Mrs' Boner, Mrs. Corrigau. Alto-Ellie Sweeney, Bella fJrivens Mary E. Wynne, Nellie Donobae. Tenor Eugene Lynob, John O'Don-nell, Joe Campbell, John Ferry, Daniel McGee. Basso Hugh Campbell, Will Byrnes, Howard Slattery, Walter McLaughlim John MoShea, Fred Doroh, In the evening Bolemuu vespers will be sung. H iz'e Orchestra will also be in attendance. Father Michael will preaoh and he will organize a band of the Third Order of St. Francis. Attorney Hues For Fees. The suit of Attorney Abner Smith vs. L. W. Koons is down for trial in the Mauoh Chunk court on tbe 18th inst. The case involves a fee of $150 for de fending G. W. Koons in the Banks township School Board case. Railroad News. Passenger coach No. 213 has been turned out of the Easton shops thoroughly remodelsd aud repainted. It arrived here yesterday. Notwithstanding that yesterday was a legal holiday, the clerical work on the Vall-jy was not suspeuded. Painters at the Hospital. Painter Duun has a number ot men at work painting one of the wards in the Miners' Hospital. When the work in tbe ward where they are now engaged is finished they will paint the other ward. All tbe patients are now in ooe ward. BANKS TOWKSHIP SCHOOLS. President Evans Iteslens3eat of Mr. Kearn Declared Vacant, At last evening's meeting of th Banks township School Board Joseph Evans migoed as president aud also as a member, and the seat of Edward Eearn, of Beaver Meadow, was declared vacant. Columbus Roarty aud Frank Carter, of Coleraine, the uewly-elected directors, were elected to fill the unexpired terms of Messrs. Evaus and Karns. John Sharp succeeds Mr. Evans as president. Tne Bjftrd will meet Monday night to swear in the new members. National Delegate Elected. Russell C. Stewart, K q, of Etstou, aud J. M. Dfeisbach, of Mauch Ohuuk, were elected dlegates to the Republicau National convention at a conference of Republicans of the E ghih Congres sio ial couVHudou held at Et'ton jester, day. R lert H. Sayre, of Bethk-hem, wr-a chosen elector. The Sick LNt. Mrs. E'izibeth Miller, cf Etst Green street, is striocsly ill from diseases incident to old age. John Lapp, Sr , is agaiu confined to his South Wyomiog street home suffering with asthma. His condition is serious. Dr. L. H. Smith, who is ill with pneumonia, is reported greatly improved. Carper Krupf, a prominent farmer and milk dea'er iu Qiakake valley, is seriously ill with pueumouia. Authouy Boyle, of Har A-ood, is on the sick list. Jurors Drawn, The following lower euders have been drawn for the Common Pleas during the week of May 14: Hazte township John Fisher, miner; Thomas Martin, pumpman; Andrew Mo Nomoe, miner; John Rowland, superintendent. Blajk Creek township Milton Hart, farmer. Butler township J. P. Powell, olerk. Hazleton Edward Jatoes, manager; Daniel Koeuig, geut; Noah Moyt-r, merchant; George Shaffer, gmt; Matt Smith, messenger. Tbe following are to serve during the week of May 21: Sugarloaf township Christ Bachman, farmer. Hszle township J. R. Hutchins, clerk; Robert Newton, foreman; B. W. Wilde, purchasing agent. Freelaud Matt Juhnson, laborer. Hazleton Cyrus Sherrv, miner. For the grand jury whioh will sit during the week of May 23 the following bave been drawu: Haa'eton David Shearer, engineer; Oou O'DouudU, miner. Hazie townsbip Fred Schleppy, boss; Ambrose Eve, olork; Jerry Green, huckster. Foster township John Brodriok, miner. Black Creek tovnship - 3tepheu Turn-baoh, farmer. Baked veal pie will be served for lunch tonight. The famous Hunter whiskey can also be had at the Liberty Hotel. Fine fru.t, berries, green truck and dressed poultry Fey's. Free Willi the Times. Shet music free with the Philadelphia Times tomorrow, 'The Ways of Life," a patbetio ballad by Mahu and Evert, printed ou heavy stiff paper, with a baudnome colored uover. Strong magazine seotiou. All th news of the wond. A paper furnishing delightful aud eulertaiumg reading. Kaster orr.-rliiKa. Try our spring lumb with green pea or a roast ot onr choice b ef tor your Easter diui.er. Adauib' market I also tne headquarter lor all iu tbe market line. Fresh oisters aud oieaiuery butter. Ultra fa-ihionabla Howard bats Wetterau & Mulkames. 13 21 Given Away. A handsome oabinet photo frame; our Easter offering fur this year is unique, useful aud lasting. Diu't fall to prooure one. Can tie obtained at Tbe Great Atlantic & Paoifio Tea Co , 12-3t 301 West Broad street. Cut Flowers For F.ater. Our general collection of Eter stock Is tne 1 irgcst in the city. Send in your ordors early for otioije selection. Satisfaction soarantsed. Smith, tbe florist, 341 West Broad street, Hazleton, Pa. Bull and Aathrsclte telephones. 11 8t Porcelain Inlay Filling- Dr. Good k Bond CODHCILS DJDJOT MEET. NO ttitorniiis Present nnd nn ltuines Transacted as a Consequence. There wa to have been a special meeting of both branohes of Oonncils last nignt, pursuant to a call issned by tbe Mayor during the week, for the transaction of important business, but no quorum of either branohes having appeared up to 8:15, those who had been there left and no meeting took plase. The Mayor did not consult the pro" siding officers about the meeting and the latter, it is said, felt slighted. Some of the members, it is also stated, felt the same way, hence there was no desire on the part of a majority to transact any business. Neither one of the presiding officers was present, although both were on the streots a'ter the Councilman who had beeu at the city bnilding were on their way home. Mayor Meyers said last night: "I did my duty in calling a special meeting be-oause I thought one was necessary. Tbe mu employed on the streets have not yet beeu paid because no Audit and Acconnts Committee ha been appointed. Several other important matters were to hava been acted upon. I did my duty. Councils are responsible to their constituents." A gentleman well versed in municipal aff airs said last night that a sensation might be expeotel some time next weak in regard to oertain muuicipal matters. What he referred to oonld not be learned but it is whispered about that there will be some fuss about the light business. Many Houses Placarded. seventy two nouses m tne oity are placarded with measles cards, seven with soarlet fever cards and three with diphtheria cards. Servant Girls Scarce. Servant girls are very sciroe in town and people needing them bavs difficulty in securing the necessary help. Many of the girls of tbe oity are more oontent working in the local factories than doing household work. Alumni Dance. The last of the scries of the High School Alumni dances of the season will be held at tha Auditorium next Wednes day evening. As this is to be the last dance it is expected that it will bs well patronized. Excellent musio will be pro vided and nothing will be lacking to make it a success. SO MORE SLOT MACHINES. Constable Hunslnser Notifies Saloonlsts That They Must lie Removed. Constable Huusinger yesterday noti fied all the saloon keepers of town in whose places slot machines have been in operation that they are to be removed or prosecution will follow. Last night the slot machine in most were turned to the wall was dull. Constable Hunsinger, truant officer in the city, of the saloons and business who is also said yesterday that many school boys spent their pocket money on the slot machines. He is de termiued to break up the business. Letter From Philippines. The Pi.ais Spkaker has ooived two interesting . letters re-from Nevin Ocksrider, a Hazleton boy who is serving with the E;ghteenth Regiment In tho Philippines. He writes that be is in excellent health and that his regiment has done quite a little Ggiiting. There is talk of the early sailing honce of the regiineut, which has been In the Philippines longer than any other in the service. An interesting iacident is recorded in one of his letters which refer to the appearance of a negro among theuatives, who regarded the colored man with fear, having beard that colored men ate natives and caused trouble. The man belongs to the hospital corps. Jake S'aurTnberg handle tbe famons Hunter wbiskny. Call and see him at the Liberty Hotel tonight and enjoy a lunon oi baked veal pie. Take a peep in our the haudsnmest line town. Gongh Bros. window and see of neckwear in Martin's Bowllusr Alley. Spend a few hour this evening at Martin's North Pine street bowling alloy. The best alley in the state. Briug your friends with yon. TonlKht's Lunches. Besides big lunch the Luzeru6 House, Newton B lone proprietor, wil' tonight serve egg nog and bock beer. Eyg nog, hock heer and clam chowder will be served at Gaughan's Sixth Ward Uotel touight. At George Martin's Eist Mine street a lunch of roast calf and egg nog will be served. Bock beer on baud. Egg nrg, bock beer and a delicious Inucti will be served at Badge's Oafe, Petrrs' old stand, tonight. Miks Murray, the North Wyoming street soloonist, will treat his customers touight to a lunch of clam chowder aud egg nog. DTED. ROUiJH At MorM, Thnr-day, April 12, I'XIO, iVaillda, w.fe of David Rough, aged 30 years and 20 day Funeral will airive with 1:45 o'clook train at Wyoming street station Mon day afternoon. S'U vices iu tt. John's P. M. church. Ioteruient In Vine street cemetery. John F. Reinbarr, fnueral ntrec'or. DRUM HELLER In Hazloton, Apnl 13 Itete ca, wife of A iron Drum-heller, Hgd 07 veers, 3 month and 2U days Fuocral MooiUy at 2 p ni. Srvicsat the rtmduce 67 North Vine ptreet Iuferment in Vine st'e' t cemetery. Bachuian & Sous, funeral direutori. SCHUTZHAOH-April 13, at Hnzleton, on Alter I'reet beiwei-u Eleventh and Twelfth streets, J din Sbutzbacb, ng-d 50 years, 11 month and 12 day. Funral Tuesday. Short s-rvine at tbe house at 8 a. m. Remains will be taken to White Havxn on thai 1:15 tram. Interment iu Lanrel cemetery, White Haven. Bachman & Hon, funeral dlreoton. No CoM Tet for Steamers. No coal has been received yet for B89 In the city's fire steamers. It Is expected, however, that the supply will be furnished some time next week. Brick Works May Resume. It is said that the Sandy Run Brick Works whioh have been idle for some months will resume operations next week. Baked veal pie will be served for lunch tonight. The famous Hunter whiskey osn also bs had at the Liberty Hotel. Yes! the Big Store on the Corner Every creature in the house From the charming mistress to the little mouse, If asked the question will confess That the Big Store bargains are the best. To the Reader-Greeting : Let TJs Reason Together. Governments change their laws. Churches modify their crfeds. Newspapers alter their policy. Political parties adopt new p'anks. The students of today smile derisively at the text books their parents used. Hazleton methods of trade of a decade ago would not succeed in the SWEITZ today. tttttttVVVVVVVVVV Footwear for Everybody. Little Gents, Titian Calf and Vici Kid Bals. Sell at $1.40; good value 1.75. Cheaper grades 98c up. More of those honest Pennsylvania Dutch made School Shoes for Child, Children and Misses. 98c, $1.19, $1.47. Young Men's Tan Calf Bals, proper caper for the spring, sell $2.20; worth $2.50. Men's Satin Calf, sell at $1.50; worth $1.75. Kichardson Line of Ladies' Wear, price $1.75 to $2.95. Mighty popu'ar shoes. TWO FiftV-llillC There is three-fold more profit to the wearer of these Gum boots than there is to the manufacturers or we who sell them, but they are yours for the price, $2. 59. BSSee the FLOWERS in our Windows. They are beautiful to look upon. Cost but li'tle. The big merchant one who is expanded by a large and constantly growing trade extends his palm to every one who pulls his latch stting. We're 'em. Come in. No class distinction here. If you come we will show you our line of nice toothsome Vegetables. The P's and Q's will please you. A Marker of What Can be Found in House Furnishings : 1 Rolling Fin, J Soap Haver, 1 Lemon Juice Extractor, 1 Coflee Strainer, 1 Wooden Spoon, 1 Potato Knife, 1 Esrg Jiealer, 1 ;-alt Shaker, 1 Pepper Shaker. W. rth 45c Oir Cash Price 25c 1 Squib hox, 1 Match Boi, THE PLACE, THE BIG STORE ON THE CORNER Broad, Wyoming, Mine and Wall Streets. Established 1840. The Umbrellas are as strong as they arc handsome. Hods, Ilibs and covers arc all the very best, and the making is careful. Each Umbrella bought by us is carefully examined. At 50c. n Urnbre"ai union made, steel rod, 26 inches long. Fast black covers At G5c, 75, 81.00. StecI rods-seven ribs- made stronsr 7 yet light weight, covered with twilled gloria, At $2.25 and lip. Very fine Umbrellas, may Jalso be A used as a parasol, summer will soon be here and then it will serve a double purpose. KID GLOVES Ladies who desire perfection in glove daintiness should see our lines the newest styles the most correct shades. Competent salesladies will serve you. .All gloves are fitted and guaranteed to be perfect after fitting on. This requires patience and skill on the part of the sales person Such lady clerks you will find in this department. At 85C. All shades and sizes. New gloves for spring, made with patent clasp fasteners, stitched on btck in same colors of gloves and with different colors. We cannot guarantee this glove. Some stores might, wc cannot. At $1.00. New gl acs, in all shades for spring. This line is perfect. Mostly in cl.isps. We guarantee these gloves. At $1.50. This glove is an exception for the money $i 50 is close selling, but small profits and many sales count here. Secure one and be satisfied. Tapestry and V clour Curtains at 837.50. A person cannot afford many pairs of these curtains. We invite you to see these displayed in the front part of our store. They are handsome and we believe, such as have never been displaced in azleton. We hive others at $249, $2.89, $3 25, $3 89, $5.00, $7.00. taTSee our 2nd story window for di-pky of the clienpcr gnoJs. Peter JiDcisrodi Estate. Horse Killed. A hum belonging to the LfsMgb. Valley Ooal Co. was killed yesterday and. taken to Anson Schumacher's rendering establishment. No Decisions I'ntlljiinc. No deoisions in the Haz'eton cases argued this week before the Supreme Court at Philadelphia will be rendered until the first week in June. Nobby, np-to date hats and shoe at prices tbat are right. Gough Bros. V VTTVVVVTVf VT"TVV' "Upward and oi.wirrt is ine language of creation." The stars whisper it in their courses. We voice it in our bu-ines. It is our right to oiler cash barga;ns. ). our privilege to accept or reject therr. THEREFORE, we say Goods sold at bargain prices for cash, and the general public is invited to enjoy the feast of fat things. Vf VVVVVVVVVWTV 1 Pint Oil Bott'e, 1 George Lamp, 1 Gallon Oil Can, Vorth 5oc, Our price 46c- 1 Red Lined D. R. P- Shirt, 1 pair Bib Overalls, 1 Mouse, Worth $2.25. Our price $1.90. Wind Doesn't Bother Our Umbrellas.

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