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ESTABLISHED BY C. 3. GOUI.D, MARCH, 1866.
VO L, 44
Short Items From Various Parts
of the World.
Record of Many Happenings Condensed \
and Put In Small Space and Art
ranged With Special Regard For th<
Convenience of the Reader Who Has ,
Little Time to Spare.
At the international congress of j
Chambers of Commerce in London j
Sydney linzton, president of ihe board i
of trade, attacked Mr. Roosevelt.
Promoters of the big light definitely I
announce that it wil be held at Reno.
President Taft cancel* liis proposed
trip to Nov.' Haven to push through
the postal savings bank bill.
More than 1,000 persons have berrn
arrested by the Mexican government
Mr. Roosevelt arranges for many
conferences with political leaders at
Sagamore Hill during the summer.
Wong Hong Heey, a blind and help
less paralytic, falls heir to $20,000 left
by Miss Alethia M. Carter of Newark.
A cable dispatch from London de
scribes the wedding of Miss Nellie
Post, daughter of Lady Barrymore, to
The Deutschland, a gigantic airship
makes a trip with twenty passengers
from Friedrichshafen to Dusseldorf, a
distance ot 300 miles, )n nine hours.
Measures to Increase the birth rate
in France are introduced in parlia
J. K. Tener is nominated for gov
ernor by Pennsylvania Republicans.
The postal savings bank bill passed
the senate by a vote of 44 to 25.
Dr. Seimeca, father of baby kid
napped by the Black Hand men, be««
the police to cease activity on the
case, and says he will pay the ran
som for the child's return.
W. C. I. own. president of the Xew
York Central lines, tells Minnesota
bankers overconsumption of country's
farm products Is greatest menace now
Three men were killed and another
seriously injured in a powder mill ex
plosion at Valley Falls, Rensselaer
Senate committee absolves the tar
iff and trusts of causing the cost of
Judge O Sullivan accepts the pre
sentment of the New York Grand
Jury of which John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., Is foreman, and orders the inquiry
A double murder and the robbery ot
more than $6,000 by three Bussian
Poles on the principal business tho
roughfire ol Lynn, Mass., had lt.s so
quel less than two hours later in the
dealh «j' one of 'he bandits, the seri
ous wounding of another ami the ar
rest of the third.
Theodore Roosevelt Is calb d a
"groat but d'int;c rous person" by Pro
112. -or IVrad. says a cable dlsp«t< i.
Irom I guidon.
it i lated in Washington that it
Itah doc- not apply for tlo a extradi
tion >A Porter Charlton the I'nited
Stat-- will not voluntarily * rrend. r
George Huiler, 29 years old, a
t cutral freittht train • » Watertown, N
V.. hi head helm <ui of!
In Ir. .leri k Treves in London
\V. II Hoa«wlcli, ibe desperado, wh •
killed thre» UK lli ud wounded three
at hi t home n- tr <Kills, near AManta
-~nr 7,7.a the Aim - . nnoniif i hn
I i.tee iu» sinkers at oee laiaib <>t
•if Mi« aim i »'!.•»■> *ertuu I ;i j
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Snanshcfs llonor of be,,lK Urst woman to receive degree from Yale university falls to .lane Adtlams, Hull House, Chicago; James J. Hill,
1 " railroad organizer, also given degree. Count Zeppelin, Germany, flies 300 miles with twelve passengers. Ex-Hall Player A (;.
Of the Week Spalding of Los Angeles may succeed Frank P. Flint in senate. Congressman Jolm Iv. Tener, also ex-ball player, nominated by
Republicans for governor of Pennsylvania. Because of objections to holding Jeffries-Johnson light in San Francisco Promoter
Tex Rickard decides to hold affair in Iteno, Nev. Before marching up Broalway, New York, after his arrival Roosevelt spoke iu Battery park. Otto
Kahn, New York banker, declared by T. F. Ityan to be one of seven men who control money of United States. /
ular demand for the immediate con
vocation of a national pari lament.
N'iearrguan rebels cafitnre Acoyago,
department of Chontalis, and two !
Senate commitlee meets to begin in
quiry into Senator Gore's charges of j
attempted bribery in Indian cases.
Dr. Hlack, defeated at primaries for j
nomination by Representative Dai- j
zell of Pennsylvania, renews fight for ;
a recount, alleging fraud.
The Montreal Star, according to dis
patches from Ottawa, quotes Admiral ,
Sir Archibald Douglas as declaring j
sentiment for annexation to be widely |
prevalent in the Dominion.
Progressive Lawn Party.
One of the most elaborate social
functions ever given by the Union
Friendly Society was the progressive I
lawn party last Thursday evening. The ;
members of the Society and their |
guests gathered at the home of Miss |
Marion Rentz, West Fourth Street, at
eight o'clock and at 8:30 the first two
courses of the dinner were served on
the west lawn,on very prettily decorat
ed tables, tho decorations being in
white aud yellow, with place cards i
containing daisies. After the serving,
the gentlemen of the party, wtre call- I
ed upon by the president to make a
few remarks and all responded. At j
the party repaired to the home of j
Miss Margaret Dodson where the third |
and fourth courses were served. The 1
porch was decorated in the color :
scheme of white ami yellow and the
tables were lighted with candles. The i
wpeakers at this time were the young
ladies and some very appropriate re- '
marks were made. At 10::i0 the
"merry bunch" weut to the home of
the MiHHens Hertig and found the mea
dow well provided with cosy corners,
hammocks and swings and lighted
with Jspanese lanterns. The fifth and
sixth courses were served here. The
remainder of the evening wan then de
voted to a general good litne. During
the evening the following good things
Puree of Fruit. Nabisco.
Salmon Steak, a la J-'runeaite,
• Hives, Saltines.
■ Cold Boiled Ham, S tratoga Chips,
I Cabbage Salad tn Mnynnnuiim,
fruit t,• l.itiue, I* tr Ch(hHjM'trf %
Wafers, lee ('renin AsHorted
Cake, Suited Almonds en Coses
After Dinner Mints,
* iuests of the 8 >ciety for the evening
were SH follow»: Miss Maude t'alla
ban, of Drift wood, Mia* Margaret
Contley, of Kane, MISM Flora Meblecbl,
ot Kuiportuui, and Mi .»r«. It. F.dwlll
B.ddwiii, William A. Flyiui, J. War
ner Jndil, Lre W. Felt, of this place,
I.'liar lee A Lsnlwrt, uf Plttaburg and
I J. Powell, ol Si-raiitou Members
of the Hoi uty preoeiii were: MISS«M
Verena, Alma and Hilda Hertig, first«
and Marguerite lluby and
lirai u Heldeck, Libel Fisher, lit He
Hunted, listen smuU, Margaret ()<«!•
sou, Marion Kent* Auna Wt l«li, aud
MlUhlu Baurgelt anil Meitsrs. BunaeD
Mi Howard Hehrluer, Allan Ban
dotpii Mn* Bali'om, Jobu Murray,
h '«lt » ,er, Arthur t'atllu and
Reiuf M«d ► ruin Mospital,
"Liberty and Union, One and Inseparable." —WEßSTEß.
EMPORIUM, PA., THURSDA Y. JUNE 30, 1910.
W. G. Gilbert and wife, of this place,
aro busily engaged packing their
household goods, preparatory to mov
ing to Rochester, N. Y., where Mr,
Gilbert has purchased the Hotel Eg
gleston, situated at 163 Main Street
East. We have before us the Roches
ter Sunday Herald, of June 19th, 1910,
wherein we notice a beautiful illustra
ted article on this large aud popular
house. The building, is a large four
story brick structure, containing about
160 sleeping rooms.
"7 he rooms have R!1 the modern ap
pointments, the major portion being
equipped with batb, electric call and
telephone service. The furnishings
are elegant, while the decc-ratious are
indeed most restful, yet grand to look
The lobby is a work of art with its
English glass doors, unique combina
tions of plate and colored glass win
dows and side walls decorated with a
beam effect, while in the ornamented
relief work the frescoer has added a
touch of color in red and gold that
lends to the place a most pleasing
The buffet, which Is to the west side
of the lobby, with entrance from Main
Street, is, as in the past, supplied with
those fine old mellow wines and
liquors that gained for it the enviable
reputation that it hai enjoyed since
The nev/ and spacious dining and
banquet rooms are reached by individ
ual entrance from Main Street, corner
of Stone. These rooms are finished
after the old Eugliah timbered idea in
Antwerp finish, a deep brown, with
coiling and sidewall guished iu modern
ai d antique renaissance. E'ectric fix
tures of the German lantern style, with
subdued lights, suspended from the
celling, reflect their rays through
colored gliis*, lending added charm to
The barber shop, which is at the rear
ol the banquet hull, is reached through
the hotel lobby, also entrance from
Stone Street. This is, to say tho least,
one of the moM modern barber shops
in Now York State, the entire trim
minus being in tile, giving it that im
maculate white appearance.
t >u the main lloor to the extreme rear
has lieen installed a new kitchen,
which for appointment has no super
ior. It is spacious aud contains every
device that tends to give service, aud
at the same tune lend ease to those em
ployed therein, in this may lie in
cluded a new ventilating system which
conve>s th» odors to the outer world
instead ol to the house proper."
Mr. aud Mrs. Gilbert, who have wide
experience hi hotel budueas esme
here several years ago, purchasing the
Hotel Warner, which thuy suct-oasful
ly conducted until they leusitl the pop
ular hostelry to Mr. II W Smith, who
has "made giant" and '.a popular with
ttia tceoerid public t> <d highly rMpeet
ed by our cltisens
Mr, and Mrs VIIBM rt during thuir
resilience in 1 -upuritim, have alwa>s
held the t-tiw m and rut-pet t of our
ciliaeu*, not only of this piste but all
lite surruuudlug country, HUM and all
of whom deeply regret tin ir leaving
I iitporium Mr Gilbert haa aiwa><i
• .own Mini ueiic aud Ills ral to a fault
w herein It Urn Itn d our town I In
lit autllui ill» ol Bocheator t* tu be
fUgratulaled upon gaining a busineaa
man who is \erv largely inlereated in
l-t »m« •• allalre, a taiel .1 tab nUtor
srsoiisll 11M Pal d«ET *» " grele
McDonald's Ice Cream and Con
John McDonald has newly fitted and
furnished the Novelty Restaurant in
fine style and embarked in the Con
fectionery, Fruit and Ice Cream busi
ness. Everything throughout is new
and up-to-date, making a comfortable,
neat and attactive resort for all lovers
of good things. Especial care has been
taken to purchase the most improved
packing cases for creams, thereby
guarding against impure creams. Our
Soda Fountain is now on tap, where
every flavor will be served and war
ranted pure. Call and see us and en
joy a nice cool room and delicious
creams and sodo.
Approaching Social Functions.
Emporium has been very lively dur
ing the past few weeks with card par
ties and other social entertainments,
and it will continue for the next few
weeks to come. This evening, Miss
Lena Bair, will entertain the Sewing
Club at her home on Fifth Street and
next week these popular young ladies
will be entertained by Miss Christy
Mac Donald, at her home on Fourth
Street. On next Wednesday evening,
July 6th, the Union Friendly Society
will hold a six o'clock picuic supper,
followed by a camp fire, on Ilertig's
Hill. Miss Margaret Dodson and Miss
Helen Smutz are in charge of the
Leaves For Grafton.
Leo Peterson, who has been em
ployed as a chemist at the Keystone
Powtler plant for tho past year, left lor
New York City, Wednesday evening,
from which place he will goto Graf
ton, 111 , where he will assume the du
ties of superintendent o'" a powder
plant at that place, Mr. Peterson is a
very pleasant gentleman and we wish
him success in his new field of labor.
He will read the news from home in
the PRKKH each week.
Furnace Work Progressing.
Chas. Bell and crew of expert fur
nace brick men arrived on Sunday and
actively commenced work reliniug the
stoves. Should the contemplated new
work be decided upon it will ri quire
three or four mouths to do the work.
Uehopn Mr. Brady will double the
capacity of Emporium Iron Company,
thereby adding thousands of dollars in
additional wagea to his pay roll. Long
<y the Emporium Furnace continue
ti Illuminate our mountain city. It is
a great ai-iintance to the business in
t< r> ii., of our town and we all fet I In
debted to .Mr. Andrew Brady, for bis
persMvaranee, good management,
liberality, to nay nothing of his Interest
in good road*, good streets and good
w ilkn, giving freeiy Inmate nlag to in
dividuals, and municipality free of
Ot>st, thereby making it possible to
have the IM-HI w.ilkt to b« found In the
slate ami plenty of them Few towns
have as much.
Contractors CoatoUo Jk Nnagle ar«-
pualiing the paving ou Broad slnnd
nith vigor, most of the block having
been placed ou the North side. Al
ready a great Improvement )« uoticwd
by all aud When eotupleltsl Irom rail
rt' kd to Fifth stret t It will esriaiuly l»e
a handsome str< et. Would that all
prominent streets could la» treat* d
likewise, Ml Us uddlng lu the value of
all} property No town .til U.ake «
uiore i line initial hmslmeut than
pave.l sin els, provided, the e*p*uae,
i Rev. M. L. Tate Accepts Call.
Last week a committee from the
, Vestry of Emmanuel Episcopal Church,
! Invited the Rev. M. L. Tate, Rector of
Trinity Episcopal Church at Tryone,
Pa., to come to Emporium and preach
in Emmanuel Church. The Rev.
gentleman arrived iu town, Saturday
afternoon and favored the congrega
tion with two very able discourses at
morning and evening prayer on Sun
j day. The congregation was very
favorably impressed with Rev. Tate
and at a meeting of the Vestry, Sun
' day afternoon, a call was extended to
| him. Rev. Tate has practically accept
j ed the invitation, but a formal accept
! ance will be made during this present
I week, and it is expected that he will
assume charge of the church within a
; few weeks. During hip visit in Em-
I porium he was entertained at the
palatial residence of Mr. Joseph Kaye
and family, Sixth street.
L. S. Fisk Injured in Runaway.
L. S. Fisk met with a painful acci- |
dent last Saturday afternoon. Mr.
Fisk had gone to the saw mill of Mr.
j C. Q. Catlin, on Allegany Avenue, and
j while attempting to turn his wagon I
! around while it was loaded, it upset,
; throwing him outaud at the same time
he caught his foot in the reins and was
dragged quite a distance by the horses,
who be<;ame frightened and ran away.
; Dr. Bush was soon on the scene and
j had Mr. Fisk relieved of his suffering
as much ar possible in tt short time.
! At first ! l was though that he would
be laid up for some time, but we are
. pleased to state that he is ab i to be
around, although he is very sore,
| bruised and lame.
Aged Man Injured.
i Mr. Angeviue, father of W. E. An
geaino, met with an accident last Tues
j day evening, which will lay him up for j
some time. M- Angeviue was driving j
on Fifth Street when the horse be- ,
came frightened by a lawn mower and j
ran away. Mr. Angeviue was thrown !
out of the wa t •' and received very '
severe bruisee, « specially on the lower
limbs. Dr. Bush was called and did
all he could for the aged gentleman. |
.Mr. Augevine is over 70 years of i
and an accident of this nature effn t*
old age considerable. He is Improv '
iug IIH well as can be expected.
The annual observance of Children's
Hay took place laxt Sunday evening at '
the McthodiNt Episcopal Church. The
church was orowded to its utmost ca
panly and the program was well reu
tiered and was enjoyed to the fullest
extent bv the large congregation. The
cantata, "Mummer Time," was given
and the soloi«ts were a.*iisU«| by a good
chorus and the Sunday School orches
tr* These yearly events are lookfd
forward to with much pleasure, e«
pecially by the little ones, but are
largely enjoyed by th« older people as
State I n>> peel or.
Wui II Funis, Inspector for State
lie,illii Department, vWited hi Fiupori
UMI on Monday aud Tuesday, looking
over the Borough sewers sysi«ui.
July lib Ike Cretin.
la>avu )our order early for I, X,
lee Cream far July Ith. An. quanti
ty promptly delivered
J. M Mki**.t.
I lalldsuinly tloi -hrd.
liio's l'v ( of Boigway, haa . oiupkt^l
TERMS: SI.OQ — $1.50 1N- ADVANCE.
I FRIDAY. Fair.
First National Bank,
| A' the close of business, Jum 2'*. IM»>,
J John Hancock v.-.ut1,,. fl rst wa u . >j.. a the
Declaration ofliidfpciidenee, v liich gave us un
bounded Maonrccß, ami opportunities, and the
privilege of cel« brat Ing the Fourth of July.
But the young mr.n who signs his first check
will be the one who Harts a saving aocotmt In
his youth and constantly adds to it until he ac.
cumulates a working capital. Start it now.
SI.OO Starts an Account.
30 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINfI HOOK
° DEPOSIT™ ANU CE « T| P'CATE3 OP
DK. LEON REX FELT,
Rockwell Block, Emporium, Fa.
DR. H. W. MITCHELL,
Office over A. F. Vogt's Shoo Store
Emporium, Pa 12y
Last Sunday afternoon, at three
o'clock, a very pretty wedding was
solemnized at St. Mark's Rectory, by
the Rev. Father T. B. Downey, when
Miss Mary Christina Entres, of this
place, became the bride of Mr. Jensee
Jones, also ot Emporium. The bride
was attended by her sister, Miss Nora
Entres, as bride's maid, while Mr. Ray
VVaddington did the honors of best
man. After the wedding ceremony,
the bridal party were driven to the
newly furnished horns of the groom,
j on Cherry street, where they received
the congratulations of many friends
An elaborat wedding supper was serv
ed at six o'clock. Mrn. Jones has been
a resident of Emporium for the past
two years and has made many friends
during her residence here. Mr. Jones
has spent nearly his entire life in this
section and is an industrious and up
right young man and is one of the
valued employees of the Eastern
Dynamite Company. The PIIESS joins
with their many friends in wishing
them a happy and prosperous life
Mrs. Joseph Entres, mother of the
bride, of St. Marys, was the only guest
from out of town who witnessed the
Miss Ophelia Card and Mr. Hugh
Miuard, of this place, were quietly
married last Tuesday evening at nine
o'clock, by the Rev. J. L. Hague, pas
tor ol the Baptist Church, i-.t the home
of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Eaton, ou
South Maple Street. Mrs. Mtnard has
l>een one of the most succe-, <ful teach
er# in the public schools of Cameron
count} for the past few years und has
many friends in this section. Mr.
Minard is an ambitious am; indusiri
ous young man bting employed in the
powder plants at this place. The
happy couple are receiving the eon
gratidations of their mau\ friends
They have the bust wUlu - : the
<i*o. W. Huntley, Jr., and tv. >if hi*
children, of foviugton, V* were
guests of the former's parent" Hou.
(J. W. Huntley an I family, at !>r:it
wood ofer Sunday, (ko visit I tils
many Emporium friends on Mouday,
all being plenst d to meet hiut. W'u
all are glad ti know '.hat Ihit tal
tinted youuK mau I* making M"'d
iu the "land of cotton" and tha: his
ibtlitUs are appreciated, eveu it to at
Mils Murphy iiruduait-
On Tucaday evening i out ii. "ii><
uient e\uri i*i»>i took pla uat tt>» tu>«
pital at Mint JUM
Murphy, who ias 4 hoot of fr>«Ut;> a!
this plate, aa* in theola«*. M.« Mm
phy 1# a v»<r> |d«-uant young lady aud
la sure lu make a capable m .'w Mr*
Katlir> t> Muslt, aster ul MU» Murint
Misaet t hilaly -Mai Donald auvl J u 1 1.»
Itogatt aud Mr. It<rtiert Vogi, uf
PLAT*, w< l 111 A.t. IMUI »at U>T» « O .