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THE SORANTOX TRIBUNE-TtESDAY, .ICNE 18, 100f.
the itonniw HAnmvAitR stona.
Ollm 1(J'1. lo i;ootl rcuilM V would
like to luir a little ilut Willi yo.i
ahmit an Olli STOVK. Unrs is the
Hnlctptl( Mine 1'lunie tin jtnnke, 11.1
odor hotliliiR to pot out ol ordci i hI
wais ready lor mc.
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. "Washington Ave
For Ironing LADIES SHIRT
WAISTS and children's cloth
ing, every mother knows how
difficult it is to properly iron
Babies' Caps, Guimpes, Sleeves
nnd Yokes. This Board is
Th? Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce Street.
Telephone or mall in a pell lo call nt jour
homo and quote pi ii r on laundering an' quality
or kind ol lace or fa.-li curtains. Ite.-ults guar
0 - B 0
Tin nrnviry hist nlpcht retained all
tho Iviiuiy of iloioriitlons, floral ami
sirsiin Hi 1. wlii'c-h made it such a me
iiio'aliif .-.rone at Friday's Rieat opoti
inc ball, oiitl llic hundreds or couples
ulio ttr utiofl Conip.iny O's dance en
joyed tlninfii'lves every whit aw much
us those wln wore present mi tho
more auspicious occiHioii. Tim hall
pHivid a Ki-pdt hupppss from pvpry
point nf vipw and a proud asproKHtlou
of t-oklir-r boys were the lupniliprs of
Hip rpfoptlon committee, who proudly
ir-hered tboir guests around the hand
some company room, which has a bis
D" over Iho door. This apartment
Ih now iMimplctly furnished, and if Its
aii'CTii;:mcf alone doesn't brinpr t
number of recruits into the company,
why it will only bp because well,
maybe lu.-p:iusp "I'"' has a pretty cosy
room. to., or because he is hiv-pigled
away from il by one of the Humor
ous cnterpi isiiiK youths who. arc con
stantly piikukpiI in expatiating upon
the merits of ilieir company mess,
their voinpany olllcers ami everything
rounei tid with their particular com
pany. Lust liipnt's decorations were pre
cisely the same as Friday. The bis
shield blazing with trl-colotod elee
tiic lights, the two beautiful Ameri
can flags, with the gentle ripple run
nine constantly through them, the
stalely peacock, with its blazing tall,
the baskets of artificial flowers with
tiny Incandescent electric llglita
Rlcainiu? forth from their pay points,
all were tlierc, uniting: to form the.
handsomest decorations of t lie kind
oven seen in ibis portion of the state.
The palms and ferns were unmoved
and foinied the same cosy bowers ns
on the preceding occasion and made
the same friendly trocha around the
dance door, which was declared by
the dancers to bo In splendid con
dition. Rimer's orchestra was enthroned In
the balcony at the easterly side of
the building, and t ho music, discoursed
was far from being the least enjoy
able feature of the night. Twenty
dances were on the programme, but
those present were not satlslled with
this generous number and the orches
tra was forced to give an encore to
each beforo the tloor would be cleared
for the liort Intermission.
The majority of the young men pics
cut woie In uniform, but there were
ninny also in attendance who wore
the sobep bUick dress coat of the civil
ian, and during eneh danco the combl
nnlion of color blended in an effect
most pleasing to the eye. The many
colored gowns of the members of the
fair sex on the lloor, the dark hluo
uniforms of the members of the regi
ment relieved here and there by n
gleam of a gold epaulette on a full
dress uniform, or the glitter of a
frhotlldcr strap, the whlto vest of the
civilian, all swaying to ami fro In
the, dreamy music of a waltz, made
n picture which will long linger -with
those who watched from tho boxes
Colonel I-:, 11. Uipplo was among the
older soldiers, pi'esrnt, and tho form
of Major V. H. Millar was also seen
In-a box. Colopels V. I.. Hitchcock
jnd II, A. C'oursVn. ex-conimanders of
he regiment, were both present In
On the lloor were also seen Major
W. W. JnglK of Oovenior Stone'
Miff, and Lieutenant Colonel V, W,
Stllhvell, of the Thirteenth. Cap.
:aln Foote, of n, tho hosts of tho
light, and Captains John Kumbeek,
:if ri; tleorge lluss, of A: Milton
TCnnimll, of K: t'ieoigo Merilman, of
F and Joseph Ilelrlegel, of C.
Supper was served by llnnlcy In
the dining rooms on tho third floor.
The members of the lloor conuultteo
In charge last night were! lieutenant
Kzru Hippie, jr., Sergeants Wcliard
Kellcy, Cliaille S. Hoss, Ilalph A.
(Jrepory, Corporals John Council, Kri.
ward Flnnegan, Winifred llornbaker,
Jtex. Van Holder, Privates Arthur
Brown, John Dunn, Fred Oioiild. AVII
Ham Morgan, Harry Kinsley, Ocorgo
Walter, Frederick W. Young. The
nuppcr committee was; Lieutenant
Thuiuus Russell, Jr., Sergeants Joseph
V Cleary, Charles A. Adams, Oorpor
Hls John Mnller, Archbald Phllllpst
Thomas Hradbury, Privates Turvey
Hh-cso, William Muller, Howard
Pltiniley, f-'amnel Thompson, The
music committee consisted nf Scr
Remits Charles Adams, Thomas If,
Miles, William Stanton,
Tim crowd was handled In excellent
shape, Friday night's ptecautloiis be
ing followed as closely iiH'p'isslblc. All
carriages drove up lo the Adams ave
nue entrance, and irppti'teil at llin
(llbson avenue door, for exit. t'ltlrnl
men Thompson and Slotc weie pres
ent ai the civil i-epipfeilf Htlvcit of
law ami older throughout the ttlsht.
Miss Anna Wells", of Washington
avenue, entertained Hie n recti Itldge
IJancllig club at the Oieen Itldgu
Wheelmen's club house last night.
Miss Wells was assisted In receiving
her guests by Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas
Wells, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 1'llllllps
unil Miss Parke. The guests were:
Mr. and Mm. W. W. I'ldlllpo, tlr. and Mi.
Mnrltt rnrJlum, Mr. and Jh. It. II. lte,uiold,
Mr. anil .Mil, .Mtlnir lliimi.
MIihci lllanrlir Hull, Van I'li-cf, llliiiiiikk,
I'aiko, llojiiold', 1'ooip, Kochlcr, Kennedy, llltili
(ml;, Mollle lllltliimk, Kallierlno .Ncttlctim,
llcnurll, I'onlluiii, llolrii Hull, lllranor Itc.Miuld,
I i.i ii.i ii : Mcm". .Iniici-, Van llii'cii, .l.uir.i
I'tillrr, llay 1'iillor, llcoruo II. Dinuukk, ll.niy
llluiinkk, D.uldcon, ruullutii, Kcntirily, .Nettle
ton, rtu., Ilctiiip, Diimi, .Mm. Dorkor, Hull,
L'oiwr, Scull, Miatcr, llirck, WII anil l'lilllli.
August Clunter and Miss Ithoda Siiui
uels, of Chestnut street, were united In
inarrliiRo recently at the home of the
bride's mother, by llev. Charles (llf
lln, D. D., of Khu Park church. The.
collide were attended by Herman .'.s
pcnschlager and Miss Isabel McDowell.
Miss Sndle Wnrfel played the wedding
The bride was mil roil In n gown of
silk chiffon and carried bridal roses.
Her maid wore Imported batiste and
carried pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs.
Ounter are now enjoying the sights of
the Pan-American exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. T). .1. Campbell, of
(llbson street, have Issued Invitations
lo the marriage of their daughter,
Margaret T., to John J. Gordon, of
New York. The ceremony will take
place In St. Peter's cathedral Wed
nesday morning, Juno "6, at S o'clock.
Mrs. M. 15. Kays, of Sanderson ave
nue, will entertain the members of the
Fordham family tills evening In honor
of Miss Sarah I. Fordham, who will be
married Thursday to K. Stanley Hixler,
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Smith an
nounce, the engagement of their
daughter. Phoebe K., to Mr. Ciuy W.
Dr. Waller II. 1'orilli.iin li.li returned from
fieoic." Whlh, n( liidijuh & Wiith, is in New
Votk ilty on Inislnos
Mi M. K. Cornelia Cialpin i. vHtine at Mr..
frank McnclieV, Philadelphia.
Mr. and ln. William I'. Moll-lead, CVilonrt
and Mis. (i. M. llalKte.nl and childien went Id
P. .1. Kiiiii".v, o Cilifoinia, i Nltins Imj
paients, en t'he-lmit ,-Iicet, afur .m alienee of
p. W. 'llnir left etnday mniiiinir for Vew
ainp;liiie' lo look out a mining pioporty ill
which he is inleic.-ld.
Mr--. II. It. W.iio, .iiceinpanieil In- her on and
danshter, lei! .lo-toid.iy lor llultalu, wheie tln-v
will iTiu.iin Mortal wrik?.
MU-i l.'dna .tnlnisliiu, nf Mor.ii.in Foiuinary.
rielhany, I'a., h fpendiiiR her acation with her
p.irenlo on Noiih WashiuKtou airnuo.
Mi-s Mar-li, of Oueonta, X. Y., ictinned lionie
jesleiday liem a usit with Kcv. and Mrs. II.
('. McDeniii'lt, nf Noith Hide I'aik aienuc.
Pr. ami Mrs. '. W. lloheits aie nltcndii the
.N'.ilioii.il llomropatliii' enrnpntion at llichllehl
spiiictf, N. .P and uxpi'il to icniain lor a few
1'i.ink Vauilliiiir, ''. C Ilo-e and family in-luim-il
lionie .M'.-tcrilay limn llaiiimrg, whom
they allcnded tin: iiiUiiniut of the late A. It.
Pr. Cl.iudo W'alkrr. tenim' u-nldciil surgeon at
llin I. nck.iu, hum liH-pil.il, left oti'id.iy for
Philadelphia, and will i-pciul llie week llieic and
in Atlainii: Cil.i.
M.iKisliato .lohn T. HnHfi U in l.eliaunn at
tendiin; a leiniion of tlio (hie llundied and
1'orly-lhiid icglmciit, witli wliiili lie .-mid ilur
lus llin Clil war.
liullalo ,e.Uid.o. 'I hey lell in a .-peiial car.
Mis .liephini- ll.iw.-.i, nf the Allirielit
lilnary, i i-pendins her i.u.nuin at the Pan
Iteit Kins:, of I'leieland, Ohio, M'uelaiy and
Ire.i.-urer of (ho Older of l!ailay Tiaiuiucii,
foimeily a liaKirastuiaatei' on the Lackawanna
lallioad, was in the- city jotcnljy shikins liandj
with nunc of his old friend.
Mi.-s (ii.ue lcil, of llnselawn, has irluuied
(rem Maish.ill triniiiaiy for the Minuner lacallon,
Mi-s Peck is rntiilainin a sahool fiiend, 3in-s
l.auia O. Moellcr, of New llaicn, Cuiin., who
accompanied her mi her return home.
Mi.-s C'laia WiwdrulT, of i:iecttie avenu, has
as her Kiic.-t Ml Maiy L'hri.ilie, of Tallin, Tur
key. Ml (hii.-tie U ii lellow- student of Mbs
WoodiulT at III j ii Maw r ioIIcko and will tail
for her home in Turkey early in .Inly, ncioni.
p.inled by her luothrr, who is a i-lndcnt at Yale.
Aiiihiii; the Riiesls at the .lciinjn aie tho fullow
It.p, wlin aie heic lo attend llio llyaii-Itutke wed.
dins toda : Mr. and Mts. J. K, lt.ian, of Xrw
Yoik; .liilm .1. llellly. of riikauo! Mr. and Mi.
T. 1'. Itjan and Miss Adela Hy.ui, of liutler, I'a.;
II, A. blown, id New- Vnik; William P, Hrnun,
of Meiio lily; Mis. .lohn llini liclilVe, Ml-s .lu.ly
llimhcliltf and .lolin H. IllmlicliiTc, of Patcuon,
Time will he a inerlniR nf llic nianacers of llie
I'loienie uii-.-iuii at 10 o'clock this iimming at
'llic IhmuI of aasoclaleil cliaiilies ol Si-Miifnn
will meet thl3 eieiiinc at S o'clock ill the po,t.
nu.-li-i's loom, poaloilko liulldins;,
llie l.i,l uieetiui; (or the niiiiiuer of Hie t'eulril
Youns Wniuen's l.'hristlan Temperance nuloii will
he held this alteinoon at II n'tleek, 'llic inuiny
villi rw aio e.pciled lo he present,
A ppeci.il incellng of the Hook and badchr
ivmpauy will he held al Pun's hall mnlcihl, to
lual.o anauKeiueiit', for 'lhuiday puade In ion
ueillon with the epenluir of the Miluntceu' cluh
The Turmlrtli Ceiduiy I.iteiary ilub will hold
Ui resular nirriing this evening nt S o'clock In
tlit i i- mums In llie Giieimey liulldlncr, 'llieie will
he an rleitlon of ofliccrs for the ensuing six
months, after which they will hold a social ncj
eiciu. Liodorkranz Excursion to Buffalo
V'ill take phieo on Monday, Juno 21,
Tickets for tho round trip, ?tl. Hotel
accommodations have been secured for
600 people at Hotel Olbbs, which is sit
uated within live minutes' walk from
tho exposition grounds. Tho musical
fpstlval will take pucu Tuesday and
Wednesday, Juno 25 and 20, at the Seventy-fourth
regiment armory, where, a
chorus of 4,000 voices, from over 100
societies from all parts of tho United
Slates, will ho heard. Friday will be
spent at Niagara Falls. Uy paying $S
tickets tiro good for ton days, Any one
desiring to go, can securo all the neces
sary Information by culling at iMcdor
krana hall, Thursday night or Sunday
Bauer's Band of 40 Pieces
Will give a promenade concert and
danco at Iho new armory on Saturday
evening for their benefit, Tho decora
tions and Illuminations will remain the
same as on the opening night. Admis
sion, 23 cents.
ARE AT WORK
HAVE RETURNED TO THEIR
PLACES IN CLIFF WORK8.
With Them Wont tho Hanimor
smiths And Helpers Boiler
makers Did Not Return ns Was
Presumed Moulders nt Penn
Avenue Shops Were Willing to
Return but Thoy Had No Laborers
to Help Them Men Who Took
Strikers Places Return to Buffalo.
Klfihty-llirep blacksmiths, hammer
smiths and helpers returned to work
at the American Locomotive com
pany' Plant on Cliff street, yesterday
morning, after having been on strike
since May 20. No concessions were
Tho bolloriuiikers who, It had been
rumored, would icttitii to work, did
not do so, however. A large number
of the moulders reported at the AUIs
Chaliners plant, on Penn avenue, yes
terday morning, vllllng to resume,
work, but as none of their laborers
"ere on hand It was Impossible for
them lo he assigned any labor.
A committee of tho blacksmlthn
waited upon Superintendent Dclaney
two weeks iiro and announced their
willingness to return lo work, as was
reported at the time In The Tribune.
They agreed lo report for duly the
following Monday morning, but at a
meeting held after the conference, de
cided to remain out. During the lat
ter part of last week little was heard
of any intention on the part of tho
blacksmiths to go back to work, but
il was tho boilermakers who were
reported ready to open the shop.
Superintendent Delnney slated yes
terday that the committee which
walled upon l.im Friday signified the
willingness of llie men lo report for
duty yesterday morning. A special
meeting of tho union was. however,
called for Sunday morning. (aud at
this tile builernuikers decided to re
main out. Superintendent Delanoy
added that he h.is now one hundred
and sixteen hands at work in all tho
departments of the shops. Tills in
cludes a number of apprentice, boys
and a. few machinists who have io
turned, he said.
A large number of men employed nt
tho Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern shops to take the strikers' places
quit work yesterday morning nnd re
turned to their homes, a morning
I rain taking a largo batch back to
lloboken. 'In July a meeting will bo
held nt St. Louis, which Is expected
lo have a. very potent influence on
the situation. A session will ho hold
for the purpose of forming a national
metal trades council. The presidents
and delegates from all of the metal
workers' unions will be present. Tho
machinists chose their delegate at tho
convention in Toronto.
The striking car builders will meet
in regular session Wednesday night at
TO MEET SUPT. CLARKE.
Lackawanna Telegraphers Havo
Grievances They Want to Dis
cuss with Him.
Another visit of the general griev
ance committee of the telegraphers of
the Lackawanna system was expected
at the Serauton ollices, 'yesterday, hut
the continued absence from the city of
General Superintendent T. 10. Clurko
made it necessary to again postpone
the committee's coining.
AVhen the committee was here lust
week, Mr. Poore. private secretary to
Superintendent Clarke, slated that ns
soon as Mr. Clarke returned the re
quest for an Interview will be laid be
fore him, and that without question it
would be granted. Mr. Poore said lie
would send notice of the time for tho
conference to the committee's chair
man, F, C. Wolcott, of Campbells, N.
Y. It was thought at that timo thai
Superintendent Clarke would ho back
In Serauton yesterday, but he could
not be, and it could not bo stated posi
tively when he would return, so the
timo for the conference is as yet In
definite. T. M. Plerson, of St. Louis, first vice,
president of the Order of Itailroad Tel
egraphers of North America, who was
hero with tho committee last week, and
who went away Friday night, returned
yesterday, to be on hand if the con
ference took place. He attended a
regular meeting of tho Serauton divi
sion, No. S7, Order Itailroad Telegraph
ers, at ninth's hall last night. This
division is composed of the Delaware
and Hudson and Ontario and Western
operators. It was given out from the
meeting that nothing but routine mat
ters would be considered.
Tho particular grievance which the
Lackawanna men have In baud is the
dlschnrgo of three of the operators In
tho Hlnghainlnii olllce. Tho discharged
men want an opportunity of proving
themselves guiltless of tho charges
mailo against them,
The commltteo will also endeavor to
hnvo Superintendent Clarke enter Into
an agreement relative to shorter hours,
and the regulation of employing and
The smoker's delight, "Kleon" r.e.
Ask for Kelly's union crackers.
All imported finest Olive
Large quarters 15c
Regular halves 19c
Fine boneless,., .,.,,, 25c
Finest boneless 35c
Finest Magnumi..,. 45c
Stuffed with Sweet Peppers,
10c. Finest Queen, all sizes
and prices. Buy your pine
apples, Oranges 20c doz, up.
Fruit Syrups, 25c bottle,
Ginger Ale and Sarsapa
rilla, $1,40 dozen (qts.)
Ii. 11. DM
AN UNAVOIDABLE ACCIDENT.
Vordict of Coronor's Jury in tho
An Inquest was hold In Coroner Hub
erts' olllce lust evening to Inquire Into
the death of Mdwaid Doyle, the 8-year-old
lad who was run down by 11 pas
senger engine near the Mt. Pleasant
breaker last Saturday evening.
Among the witnesses examined were
Mrs. (leorge Itussell, who witnessed
the accident; John Owens, who was
with Doyle at tin; time: Anthony
Krone, iilf" nn eye-witness to the acci
dent; D. Hi Casey, road foreman of
engines, who was on the engine that
struck the boy; John Honshler, con
ductor of the passenger train, and J,
II. McCanii, conductor of the freight
train, from which tho boy had Jutirped
to his death.
The testimony, In substance, was to
the effect that the boy had been jump
ing 011 the freight train, and evidently
heard tho passenger coming, and be
came frightened and ran In front of
the oiikIiio. No blame was attached to
the railroad employes, hud the jury
rendered the following verdict;
"We, the jury, do say we find that
lOddle Doyle caine to his death by be
ing struck by a locomotive on the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western rail
road on Saturday, June in, nnd that
the same was another of the unavoid
able accidents that so often occur."
Signed. Herbert Chutflold, Kdward
K. Hvans, William Cadwgan, V. fi,
Daniel", Henjamln Thomas, Thomas T,
CLASS OF 'Of
Young People Who Will Be
Given Diplomas at the
Following is the official list of tho
members of tills year's graduating
class of tho High school:
('l.iii.tl t'ome M.ny .Mlip llini,, IMilli M.i
bci fluty, KiIhjicI il. I'lc-.ir, iljrr K.ili.itclimrk',
Helen KHiMlietlt .lone, bJi.ih lMia Kin.-tnl, l'lni
Vtou I.tiUtono, W.1II.11C Martin, William I!.
McKce. lMilil Wendell Plillliiw, Brinkc shield,
S. l.inn WVitmin.
l.iilin Scientific. I'iciI B. Atlieiton. Ktliel lluol.el
lle.-ile, Itiith Kyiion lleclcloc, Mjc llntley, l-'Miicrs
I.jnelt IlnLutil, lltinche. II. ltntlcr, Jt-f-le C.ivcll,
Itclta ( liinili, .ItMiiuettc fliace Daiin, nriint
llr.uc Jieckci, iljiy Lillian Donalioc. D.uid
Arthur Dli.u, llnniet Kvjni, S.iclie l'.ilkovr.,y,
Wallace P. I'inn, Amelia S. Fioro, llclna. Vice
man, l'lanci P. Cannon, Katharine Beatrice
(iuilnin, Katliaiinc T. Ilaggrrty, Prank J. Hale,
Laura, llallct, Klinheth Kvclyn ll.uiingtoii, Ar
thur T. Ilonvcn, I. My .lames lliiibelli Osui-n
.lriiie, Lillian Kiesel, Lninu Cliamlim Kiik,
Kthel Klifc, lalw.iul Neil Kiikbriile, (Jiace Amies
Laner, Olive Lcielt.i Mc.iile, Lama. M. Meliliinn.
Ilratiicc Lnid Mollis l)ai-y 11. Mullen, Olive
llaiiiet iluiiii. Helen V. O'ilolley, Leah II. Hide,
hemr, .lrsie .1. 11. liodriguc, C.iriie Iloos M.ny
llniily ltiilty, .l.nnes P. Jlnrldy, n.iiiuond San
cleiaun, Anna .1. Slaiitou, Kail 11. Tailor, tliif
flth Lduaid 'lliniiias llrrtiudc il. Tiipp, I'nrlu
Van Viiet, Lillian Wsilklus l)aiy ilaillu Wade,
Ainu L. Wclil.iu, M.ny Theie.sa White. Helen
N.t.-li wilcox, 'J'lioniai Olner Williams '
Knzlfch Course Anna llaiy Poland, liii 1'.
Hums', K.itlu'3ii IteRiiu Hums .lennic Ybiau
t'laik, Lrnetl.i P.iHiies UifTuul, I'l.inklin .lames
l.'ollins 111.1111110 Ileatriro O'unscr. Sadie Collet t,
.lenuio ).iiK, .Mae ilaigaiel Kvans Tliom.n
I'lanklin K.cnon, Mildred (lieen, .Mabel Alum
Hauls Winifred lli.-liop llornbaker, Mary Lnrkiti,
llnhelle A. Lewis Anna V. ilctilmiLs Helen Marie
ilehin, I,oiitcr I'.. Moi.-,e, I.un.i .May Xallin, Amu
May ll.ifchfoHl, Helen Ii. .Suiilh, Chilli's lalcv.itd
M. .lohn, He.. .1. V.xn (ioulcr,
Conunci'iial t'cmr.,e CorneliiH Thomas liairett,
l'luienco Wiillng lliiel, Linda Vei.c C'alpin, Mary
S. Cumin, I'loi.U'iie Mai le Clailc, I'rank A. Cc.r
hett, (iniice W. Daniels llanlet ltolli D.uies
Acnes Iorrinc Duciraii, Ilenjaniiu (,'aiilcld Kynon,
Caiolino Aimettp rnr.le,r, Heinun Henry t'liiehau,
Lucy Amies (iilc!.illon, ilarearrt CriflUlH, Hazel
Klik llnponrll, .lohn William lltiher, ltachel
I.onKo Jones l'atiick A, Kane, Katliaiinc Keleis
llilen AiiKel.i Ki'lley, llaliel Amelia l.ohiuauu,
Sallio McCiaiken, Anna Vciontc.i lleflocc.in, Sara
Alj.iw ill (trail, lielinda .losephinc ilclliuiin,
M.iraiet Anna Mciauriu, Veionic-.i M.uio
Mooney, Ilia I.ro Mnirtlni-k, .lames wMn.oiiK Mor
tal iiy, LliMheth Maiy .Needliani, .lames Howell
.Nn Id, Helen Kiauxeli-t Nouiic, Minnie .lano (Hi
icr. .lo-ipli llaflcr. llarsneiiti- r.ll.iheili Itoper,
Aitlmr P. Kre.-e, ltobeit Kinest SchulU, S. Ai
lluir Shifler, William Snow, Viola i-'uidcr, Iois
Ainoi'.i Street, Laura Until Thomas Maud CIiiIh.
line Thomas John J. Mr-Tlcjlic Helen Maria
Tiacy, Kuciene Aniluo-e Tiopp, flrare ilildreil
Tin kcr, llriiry P. Wetiuore, .Miriam Party.
The commencement exorcises will be
held Friday night in tho auditorium of
the HIrIi school.
HE HAD A CLOSE CALL.
James Kirkwood Buried in a Trench
in Forest Court in which He
.lames Kirkwood, of Hickory street,
a laborer, employed on a .small sewer
being constructed on Forest court by
lilinster & Forsyth, had about as nar
row an escape from death yesterday
morning as It Is possible for a man to
Tho sewer is being connected between
Spruce and Linden streets, and the
trench had reached a depth of ton feet
yesterday morning. Threo men, John
l.augau, James Donahoe and Kirk
wood, wero at work at tho bottom,
about 9 o'clock, when the easterly side
of the trench begun to work,
l.augau ami Donuhoo noticed this
and hastened to get out, yelling to
Kirkwood at tho snmo time. The lat
ter started to run to safety, but ho
was loo lato and was completely burled
by the earth which came falling down,
l.augau and Donahoe, who wero not
caught by the fall, looked around for
Kirkwood, but could see naught of
him. They yelled for assistance and,
hastening hack to the place where he
was last seen, begun to furiously tear
away at the earth.
They found Kirkwood two feet under
the earth, still conscious but beginning
to breathe heavily. Ho hud been com
pletely covered by tho earth for over a
minute. Ho was hastily dug out and
was removed to his home, whore ho
was attended by, Pr. O'Malley,
Tho doctor said last night that his
Injuries consisted almost entirely of
severo bruises, and that there was
every reason to bellevn that he would
First Presbyterian Sunday School
Hxcurslon to Heart Luke, near Mont
rose, on Friday, Juno lis. A delightful
lido of about forty miles to a beautiful
lako situated about 1,600 feet above sea
level, A special train will leave the
Delaware, Lackawanna und Western
railroad station tit S.30 n, m and will
stop on flag signal at (ilenbiirn und
Dalton. All members of tho school arc
carried free. Others can purchase
tickets at tho rate of 75 cents for adults
and -10 cents for children. Train will
lrayo tho lako for return trip at S p.
m., and will stop at Dalton and tilen
burn upon notice to conductor.
The popular Punch cigar Is still the
leader of tho 10c cigars. -
MISS PEDRICK AND MR. KEM
The Out-of-Town Contestants Are
Doing Qood Work Carbondalo,
Clark's Summit nnd Fnctoryvllle
Represented In Yesterday's Re
turnsLewis nnd Miles Strength
en Their Positions A Orent Oppor
tunity for Some Young Man or
Woman In the Centvnl Portion of
Standing of Contestants.
TABLE NO. 1.
if fhli va the lu day, nunc would win:
1. Meyer Lewis, Scrnn
2. Henry Sch wanker,
South Scrnnton... 193
3. WllHnm Miles, Hyde
1 4. J. Garfield Ander-
4 son, Carhondale. . . liu
9. August Brunner, jr.,
6. Miss Vida Pedrick,
Clark's Summit . . 52
7. Miss Norma Mere
dith. Hyde Park.. 4D
8. Frank Kcmmerer,
T,f,nt.Tvt11n AR I
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TABLE NO. 2. f
T Hoc ni.Hiy of the-e. will he in Tabic N", ,y
fj mi llic iloslnc day
.j, 9. R a y Buckingham, $
Jbimnursc 'iu r
10. Miss Wilhelmina
Griffin, Providence. 36
11. W. H. Harris, Hyde
J 12. David O. Emery,
X Wimmers, Pa. ... 15
T 13. Arthur C. Griffis, J
X Montrose 9
J14. E. J. Sheridnn, Haw-
J 15. MIm Jennie Wnrd,
fl6. Robert Campbell, $
Green Ridge 3 4"
Yesterday opened the sixth week of
The Tribune's Kducationat Contest:
and was remarkable for the number
of points scored by out-of-town con
testants. Garfield Anderson, or Car
hondale, brought in fourteen and came
veiy near capturing third place from
William Miles, or Hyde Park, but tho
latter still leads him by eleven
points, bringing in sixteen points
near tho close of the day. Miss Vida
Pedrick, of Clark's Summit, and
Frank Kummcrcr, nf Factoryvlllc,
advance one place each, and appear in
sixth and eighth places respectively.
Mr. Lewis made a. gooil return and
materially strengthened his position.
This morning Tho Tribune has
divided the .table showing the "Sland
ing of Contestants" into two parts,
showing tho first eight which would
receive the special rewards if this
was the closing day. The other ta'ble
gives the standing of tho other con
testants and shows what a narrow
margin of points divides them from
the leaders. Of course, tho Until
standing on August .il, eleven weeks
hence, will not be as It appears to
day, but which of the aspiring young
people in tho second table will be
In the first on that day? And which
In the first table will be obliged to
Tho first eight contestants should
make extra efforts to Keep their names
In "Table No. I," as they can rest as
sured there are several "dark horses"
just below the Hue that will work
hard to Jump over Into the coveted
llr.t of eight, and some of them are
sure to do so.
Those who are contemplating enter
ing tho contest should notice how
easy it would be to got In nninng tho
lirst eight. Four yearly subscribers,
counting twelve points each, would
secure a place in llie first table, nnd
five would take sixtli place. There Is
a. great opportunity for some one light
here In the central portion of the city,
which Mr. Lewis bus thus far had
practically all to himself. There Is
not another contestant In the whole
list residing in this section of the
Call at Tho Tribune office tomorrow
and get a bonk of subscription blanks.
You con then start right In nnd with
in it day or two be among the
BALL OF COMPANIES B.L. AND H
It Will Be Held at the New Armory
A I the new armory this evening,
Companies H, L and H will glvo tho
closing ball of tho week. For this all
the decorations will remain In place
floral, electrical and bunting, and this
will bo tho last opportunity for view
lug all this elaborateness which was
put In pjaco for tho armory opening,
Captains Kumbeek, I'.aiili and Huff,
R, E, PRENDERGAST, 20T Washington Avenue
VSpecial Prices oil Large Quantities,
Delivered t Any Point,
I Oils, Paints
M . :I .
141-149 Meridian Street. X
Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 216 Lackawanna Ave.
with their lieutenants, will be the re
(option committee, One of the features
of the evening will be it fancy drill by
sixteen young ladles, under command
of Lieutenant IJitvlH, of Company L.
Hatier's full bund of forty pieces will
furnish the music, llefreshnieiits will
be served by the members of Ute com.
pany. The tickets are selling at one
dollar, entitling gentleman and lady to
admission.. As all llie gnrgeollsness of
the armory decorations will dlsuppear
after tonight, those who have not seen
the armory In lis gala attire should
Is caused by a derangement of the'
nerves. Llchty's Celery Xorve Com
pound is an extract of celery combined
with other efficacious medical Ingredi
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rare vlrtup.und wonderful in Its prompt
and soothing curative effects. It will
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We have everything in our favor good
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capital. AVe me pleased to accommo
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Smoke the Pocono ."c cigar. "
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Compared to any necessary
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Manager's office, 117 Adama avenue.
THE RUSSIAN COLLAR,
stamped on linen, is the very
latest thing' in fancy and art
goods. We have just received
a lot of them, together with
material for making. This
collar is undoubtedly the most
beautiful creation of tho sea
son. Call and see it.
floiles and Patterns for
July Have Arrived.
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$ 130 Wyoming Ave.
Worsted Suits, to Order,
$15.00 and Up
Kins: Miller, Merchant Tailor,
For Ladies and Clents,
435 SPRUCE STREET.
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jo6 SPRUCE STREGT.
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Every owner of real estato carries
responsibilities that do not appear in
his accounts, yet, they are Imperatively
The opinion ol an attorney upon tho
security of your land titles must be
backed by your own assets.
13y the payment of a reasonable fes
you may shift this liability on tho
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Do you lnv what the "cli
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