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THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1901'.
Tin: moduiin itAnowAnE stona.
Is what, you get when
you buy nn ALASKA
nro the coldest lcfrigern
tor mnde they require
less Ice they're chnrconl
filled they're zinc lined
they keep perishable
foods longer thnn nny
other refrigerator. You
can get them nt
Foote & Shear Co.
II9R Washington Ave
For Ironing LADIES' SHIRT
WAISTS nnd children's cloth
ing, every mother knows how
difficult it is to properly iron
Babies' Caps, Guimpes, Sleeves
and Yokes. This Board is
The Baby Bazaar,
510 Spruce Street.
Telephone nr m.ill in a pivl.il to call nt your
hnnr and iimtp priir on laumlciins " '1'i.illty
fr l.it.'l of lace or salt cuitains. Itcjults Kuar-
0 - 0
I Gossip I
Miss (icrtiii(U I.ooinls t;avo a par
lor dance l.ist ovciitiiFf "t the linino ot
lior parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. S.
I.oomlh. r.'i Xurtli Lincoln a von tie.
Tito oont was pleasurable In every
rouppot anil was enjoyed by the l'ul
lawins ynuns; ppoplo:
Misses Hattlp Kyiinn, Kthel Hovan,
May James, Jennie "Wat kins, 10va
Kittle, liertrude l.nrmils, Marfcaret
Lewis and Susie Williams, of Norrls
liiwn. X: J.; Messrs. Frank Watkins,
Wendall Kvans. Adolph Itrunlnpr,
Mainly Davis, Harry York, Harry
Phillips, J"S--i-t James and John
Floyd Soliooinivor. of Cherry street,
Dnnmoie. was united In lnarrlaso last
nifiht to Miss Floroncp Donly, at the.
home of the bride's mother, cm Drin
ker street. The eoivmony was per
formed lv IIpv. Charles II. NewIiiR, of
the Duumore Methodist Episcopal
After the ceremony a reception was
held, lai-RC numbers of tho friends of
the couple belli? present. Mr. and
Mrs. Schoonover left on an extended
wedding tour last nlKlit. which will
fiiihraco tlio Pan-American exposi
tion and other points of Interest.
William TiaimiRartner entertained a
number of his friends last evening nt
his residence, on Hickory street. It
was a pleasant event. At a Into bout
roficlunonts were served. Those
Mr. and Mrs. r. Hcheiicr, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Nenls, Mr. and Mrs. M. Mnsih
brrsrer. Kdward Nouls, A. France, J.
NcmiK M. !'. Nouls. Miss A. (ilissle,
GeoiKO Wassner and M. Nouls.
Mn-s Jessie Wilbur, of Sanderson
avenue-', cave a card party last even
ing in honor of Mrs. Nathan Vlilit
pr, or Now York oily, who is tho
guest of friends hoi p.
Hr. .1, i:. n'M.ilh'.i iiul Limily an' wen in:: Hie
r.iii.nii'iii.iii i'iii'iiiii at iiiiir.iin.
M II. Cory, 'iiii.iiiilinili'iit nf 1.11 nlic on
tin I..H K.m.u'iti i 1.1II111.11I, H in lluil.ilo.
Ml. .Limes I'ljnii, of Now i'il. N I-i t Itit;
M' aii'l Mi. Miitin lluiiiii'lly, nf t'liiolniit
ft I eel.
,iiic-n lii.ml. of M.idNnn nrinii'l a tixleiit at
ll.ut.inl uiiiti'iil.t, M home for llu' maimer .i
ll S. W11.1I111V, of IVoll.l, III., is .1 Blle.l
at II10 Imnic of Mr. md .Mis, II. Mine,, of .Mill
Pr .1. I,. I'piK ii'lmnpil jetenl.iy fiom i:.nln,
where lip atlpiiili-il tlio coinnipiiii'iiii'iit cm-icw
of baf.i.idtp lolli-vp.
l'mnipr 1'ily soliiilor ami Mi. A, A, Voshiin;
It.ip Iml ij- for llmtjlo, nhoio lliey will .itU'Wl
tlic I'.in-Aiiifiic.in pioiitioii.
Iluzli K'riM.iu, of IIoIpI Jiiiii.mi, ami Sold t
foiimiliii.m ,loliu '.. ltps.ui, ot tlio sKili waul,
left for New Veil, )i'li'iil.iy nflriimnn,
Hr. ltd I s'pMct v 111 li'.oo toiljy nr Ilnftalo,
wlifio 011 1'ilil.iy In will road . iiapor on
"Alropliio llliiliitl," innio commonly calM illy
raUrili, bofoio tlio oailorn trilloii of tlic Aincii
cm I.arj nosological oi-iiiy.
Attractive Warm Weather Clothing
, for Little Ones,
The coolest nnd most ainifoi'tiiblo
vests and bands, light In weight, yot
having 11 llttlo wool. Tlio (lau.o Night
fimvus for sultry nights. Utile
Dresses, Jackets anil Coats, in the
daintiest, coolest materials.
Infants' Outfits for Juno a specialty,
Haby Hazaar, lilO Spruce street.
Fine Stationery, Whiting's Make,
for social and business uses. Norton's,
opposite Hotel Jennyn.
Huyler's. Always fresh, Coursen,
Tho business of banking Is some,
thins of a mystery. "Wo ure al
ways pleased to explain to our
customers anything they do not"
The People's Bank.
The fnllnwln? iiornmiiic will he rpmlcroil ly
tlio junior pupIN of II10 Scrnutoti Collrsc ot
MiiaIp at (liioni'i'i's Imll II1I1 ctonlni, umlor t lie
illrnllon of llajiln IIvjik. Vocal ltt MIm Mar
K.iirl ,inlii-,i, of lll,r.vtlatici Ml, Arthur Mor
Urol, "Si In wo" ,.,.,.,, Kinross
MI.".t l.lllliin mill Kathrtlnc lluir,
"."ihetwrnlo" , Novum
Maxtor llcltle lliinol.
VcmI, "1'ho Lot it Voitrtli Wondcru" ... .Handel
"In the Suii'lilnc" LanRc
Violin Duet Woliltohrl
MIWM KIiimIc Mocm and lllira Shields.
"Among the I'lowerV Hartorlj
Vocal, "Valnka's Son" Vel.hart
"IVtllc Tarenllllc" llcltcr
"May llai Conic" Itohm
Vml,i'Arni, Arm Vo lluo" llandfl
(isiotlr, ".Mlcnon" (,'oldncr
fa) Ctmlo No. 17 Hollc-r
(h) "llllln lump" tamen
"The lliitterfl" Ilolnn
Violin, "r'aticonrlte" Panic
Mlin Nora I'.ihey.
"J.i Cieaic" Hachman
I : 1 1 1 1 1 Mois.in.
Vocal (a) "The llowi" M.uDowpIl
(b) "Vrllow DiI-ij" Mui.'l)imcll
(r) "llluc Hell-) M.ii'Dowcll
"May Has Conii'" Meikcl
I. ,1111a llat'.m.
The third of the rlo.injr leoiUU of (hr pupils
of Hip SnulliMoilh Mtidlox wa ulion at the I'mv.
oil ware rocnni hist oenini; lirfoip 11 laigp .mil
htilliant aiidipnie. 'Hie pioui.iniinp opened Willi
a iolin ihorii, a paiolte liy Scolcon Clark, in
which twenty-Inn of .MIm .Mini's pupil-, pull
cipaled In nn eniiiipntly s.iti.f.u-loiy iii.tniier. 'I he
iolin ,"nlol.--ls of Ihc peiiine were M13. Amelia
l.ei-ler, licanl in a loely .Menili'Urolin compo.-i.
lion; .liivle l!mlrit;uo? ho played ,1 f.mta-dc pa
toiale of SiiiKeleeV. ami MNi lima Walter, wlio
pao a Mu-.iu .Ma111 ka. 'Hie iolin eit-Jemlde c ia.,
Inolitdini; Ihe-e ailNl.s and W othpr., pla.icd do
liKhlfnlly 11 (hinxler nilmioito. 'lVi'liiiiiiue and
epre'!.ion wpip of leniarkahly tine quallly.
Mr. Sonlhworth's pupils lakins put- were:
Mi-oq lafni Siiiiton, who it-iuloioil Willi line
elhcl a ll.ic.li pielnde and "Holfepjipllo": MIm
l.eenni.i Hit e, uho-e inlerprelatlon of Tluhen.
Mein's f.nnoiH "Kameuoi O.trow" was eipially
all.-f.iiloiy, iii'd her pl.ijinu' of an "Idjl," by
Mai-ltovvell, ami Cii leg's ripiisito "I'apillou"
nrip e optionally Hue; Miss Mamie rietclm,
who pao with 111111I1 ppicivion u reiuaikalily
H(pt "Moloil.i" by a seldom lieind of Lompu'.ei,
Snjoki. All of lliep hidiea have the in.i-ti-ry
of the wondei fully liquid hini;iiii: lone th.it Ml.
Sonthunrtli has hmq: been noted for ability to
impart lo hl ptipiN. .
Mim ricpnian'i pupils n took pirt were:
Mif. I'.Mc Powell, Miv. Miua fiank, Mi-- Klor
eiue llolieitson, M. .lennie Kaullman. and
liv.r.-. .1. .1. Williams. ('. I', lliu lnn.iii, It. W.
Kellnw, I,. II. Kti.Ep .itul .Mr. Tom Hipp"). All
01 tho.M' hae hrten I1c.11 ,1 and weliomnl liy .oi.in.
Ion .ludictui liofoio and did Iheiusebcs and fhc-ir
iiiMimloi' lull iicillt l.it pvoiiIiie, alliiiK out
entliuia.tip demontiatious of ple.uio fiom the
Iiikp aiidi'pnip. Mis Chatlotlp III.icIjh.iti played
tho aeioinpaniiiients in thp peifectly simii.ithetic
and wondeifully iirli-lic manner I 111 I lias made
her so kipiI .1 f.ooiite alike with the fingcis,
liuliuits and tlic puldir.
MANY MEN ENLISTED.
Business Is Brisk at the Local Re
cruiting Station of the United
States Regular Army.
The local recruiting station of the
I'nitPd .States army is doing well this
mouth, and more men have been re
cruited in less than three weeks of
June than in all .May. Six martially
inclined young men have been recruited
and are now undergoing their periods
of probation at various of the national
Michael Hoeeo, of Plymouth, enlisted
on .7 tine ", for the Infantry, and was
sent to the Columbus, fJa , barracks.
Ho has seen service before, having
been with the Twenty-eighth infantry
In tlio Philippines. Kbonezer Hughes,
of West Hcramon, an ex-nicniber of
Company D, of the Thirteenth regi
ment, was sworn In tho same day for
tlio cavalry, and tlio third member of
the trio enlisted on June .", was George
IJigel, of Stone avenue, who goes In
for the Infantry.
On June I, Westley Senear, of I'ulon
City, N. V enlisted for the infantry,
and on June 10, another ox-member of
tlio Twenty-eighth infantry appeared
at the station. Ho was William Jones,
of Clifford, and was sent to Fort Han
cock, N. J., where ho will be drilled for
tho artillery service. Tuesday, Alfred
K. Hrydon, of h:kj Ienn avenue, en
listed for the cavalry and was sent to
The local station remains In charge
of Lieutenant It. W. Davis and Ser
geant Henry fiarbor. Tho branch oflloo
at Hic.leton has boon closed and was
on June " transferred to Carbondale,
with Corporal Mortenson In charge.
Tlio up tho valley youths aro not par
ticularly Imbued with the spirit of
patriotism, however, as not a man has
been yet enlisted. The latest soldier to
be made an attache- of tho local olllco
Is Private ('loorgo Hoard, of Whlto
Haven, who recently enlisted III Wllkes
Harro. We saw .service in Cuba with
the Seventh cavalry.
Send .nn extra copy of The Trib
une's Souvenir to your friends.
Liederkranz Excursion to Buffalo
Will take place on Monday, Juno si.
Tickets for the round trip, $t. Hotel
nccnninmdatlonH have heun secured for
600 people at Hotel tllhbs, which is slt
uutPd within live minutes' walk from
tho exposition grounds, Tho musical
festival will take placo Tuesday anil
Wednesday, Juno 25 and 2(1, at the Seventy-fourth
regiment armory, where a
chorus of 1,000 voices, from over 100
Hoelotles from all parts of tho United
Flutes, will bo heard, Friday will bo
spent at Nlngarn Kails, Hy paying $8
tickets aro good for ten days, Any 0110
desiring to go, can focure all tbo neces
sary Information by calling at Lleder
krana hall, Thursday night or Sunday
Bauer's Band of 40 Pieces
Will givo their first concert aifd hop
at tho new Armory on Saturday even
ing, Juno 22. The decorations and Illu
minations will remain the same as on
tbo opening night. Admission 25 cents.
Mi Favorita Oigara, $3.00.
The price quoted on Ml Favorita
Cigars In K. O. Cotirsen's advertise
ment In yesterday's Tribune should
have boeu W.OO per box, Instead of
The Best for Gifts. Booki.
A nice assortment at Norton's, Wyo
ming avenue, opposlto Hotel Jerniyn.
Steam Heating and Plumbing.
P. F, & M. T. Howley,231 Wyoming ave.
FAIR BRIDES WERE VERY NU
Harry Thomas and Miss Jennie
Woolbaugh Married in tho Simp
son M. E. Church Frank Honnslar
and Miss Anna Moll Joined for
Life in St. Mary's German Catholic
Church Number of Couples Mar
ried In St, Peter's Cathodral The
U has boon a long time since there
wore 11 greater number of brides on a
Juno day In this oily than plighted
their troth yesterday.
Harry Thomas, of the central oily,
and Miss Jennie Woolbaugh, of La
fayette Htreet, were united In iniirrliiRO
nt 0 o'clock yesterday morning at the
Simpson Methodist Kplscopal church,
by the pastor. Ue H. C. McDermott.
The couple were unattended, the bride
being given away by her father. Mrs.
Frank Jones presided at the organ.
The bride wore a suit of mode broad
cloth, with white chiffon trimmings,
and lint to match, and carried a bou
quet of orange blossoms, Tlio centre
aisle of the church and the pulpit en
closure wore tastily decorated with
ferns and evergreens. The ceremony
was witnessed by many friends and
relatives of tho young couple.
A wedding breakfast was served nt
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and .Mrs. fleo'rgo Woolbaugh, on La
fayette street, and at 10.0.1 Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas loft on a Lackawanna
train for Now York. Upon their return
they will reside In it newly furnished
homo at the corner of Pine street nnd
Tn St. Mary's eSernmu Catholic
church, South Serantnn, yesterday
morning, Miss Anna Moll, daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. John Moll, of fS14
Willow street, was marrlod-to Frank
Honsslar.of :'.ll First street, Rev. Peter
The church was thronged with
friends of tho happy young couple. As
the bridal party entered the edifice
nnd walked up the alslo to the altar
railing, Professor Schuoman, the or
ganist, rendered Lohengrin's wedding
march, and as a recessional tho wad
ding inarch from Mendelssohn was
The bride was attended by a ninld
of honor and two bridesmaids. The
former was Miss Kllzabctb Hensslar. a
sister of the groom, and the latter
were Kllzabeth and Ottle Moll, sisters
of the bride. August Moll, a brother
of tho bride, was best man. Tho ush
ers were William and Joseph Wrtivch.
The bride wore a charming gown of
white satin, with applique trimmings.
She carried a bouquet of white roses.
Her maids were similarly attired In
gowns of whlto silk, with point laco
trimmings. They carried bouquets of
After the ceremony a reception was
tendered at tlio home of tho bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hensslar will re
side at 701 Prospect avenue.
Miss Mary A. Stone, daughter of L.
F. Stone, of 112 South Seventh street,
was united In marriage to John J. Hal
lor, of Ponn avenue, by Uev. P. J. Me
Mniuis, at St. Paul's church, Oireen
Hidgo, at 1 o'clock yesterday morning.
The bride was attended by her sister,
Miss- Marcclla Stono, and the groom
by Ills brother, William Halter. A re
ception followed at tho home of the
bride on Seventh street.
The bride was attired In a gown of
blue "Wesleyan cord, and her maid was
attired In blue nlso. '
The wedding of Miss Ulna DelUor,
daughter of Mrs, Tiohcrt Doltner, and
Joseph Hempo was solemnized in St.
Mary's church yesterday morning at
ft o'clock by Itov. Father Straub. Tho
bride was attired in a gown of -whlto
chiffon, trimmed with whlto applique
laco, and was attended by Miss Mamie
Honipe and Itoso Deltzer. Tlio groom
was attended by Henry licmpc and
Frank A'otter, of Honesdalo.
Alter tho wedding ceremony tho
nuptial party returned to the homo
of tho bride, 719 Prospect avenue,
where a wedding dinner was served.
The bridal couple left nn tho 12.r0
train for tho Fan-American exposi
tion, where they will remain about
ten days. Mr. ami Mrs. Kcnipc will
bo at homo In about two weeks at
Ml Alder street.
A very pretty wedding was solemn
Izerl at noon yesterday in Holy Rosary
church, Miss Nora Stanton, of Grace
street, was tho bride, and Thomas
Courtney, of North Main avenue, tho
groom, Rev. J. V. Moylau tied tho
Tho lirldo wore a suit of light fawn,
trimmed In while, She carried a bou
quet of roses. Tho bridesmaid, Miss
Johanna Coiunoy, n sister nf tho
groom, wore a very becoming gown ot
dark fawn, trimmed in whlto. Patrick
Stanton, a brother of the bride, was
best man. Immediately after tho cere
mony they returned to tho brldu's
home, where a wedding dinner wits
served, Only Immediate friends of tho
contracting parties wore In attendance.
Can You Beat It
A fine Tbivana lllled cigar, Sumatra
wrapper, 100 for Ja.f'O.
Veiicednra, Concha Kxtra cr Con
cha Kspcohtl, per box , $-(.75
Garcia Conchas, per box $4.75
Eden Concha Especial Flnas ,.,,$1.75
Coniparo those prices,
Robert Hums, per box $2.75
K. Garcia, Tampa cigars, box .,,$3.50
Ml Favorita par box ,$a.00
VA Modelo and Kl I'rogrCitso, per
You certainly can SAVK MONKV
on cigars at
E. 6. COURSEN'S
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney left on tho 3.33
Lackawanna train for New York,
Philadelphia, Atlantic City and Wash
Ington. On their return they will re
side on Throop street.
John SIliRg, ot Sfil North Itohecca
nventio, and Miss Mary A. James, nt
Ii'iO.! Division street, wore united In
marriage last evening In their nowly
fttrtilsheil home at 1U01 Hampton street,
In the presence ot 11 hosj. ot frlpnd.s
At S o'clock the bride and groom
were stationed beneath u floral arch In
the parlor, whore the nuptial knot was
Hod by Rev. D, D. -Hopkins, pastor of
tho First Welsh Haptlst church. The
bride was attended by Miss Casslo
Kvuns, and the groom by Evan James,
a brother of the bride.
Tho bride's gown was of blue satin
Foulard, trimmed with applique lace
nnd w.hlle tuck chiffon. She carried a
bouquet of white roses. The 'brides
maid wore steel-colored Foulard silk,
trimmed with appllquo laco and black
velvet, and carried pink carnations. A
reception and supper followed, which
was enjoyed by tho following people:
Mln-cs Com AnlliDiiy, f KlkiUlo; lVnil Wll
ll.ihir, D.illoii; Mutiil P.nU, NnWcm; .Miiy Wll
ll.ini':, Wllkcvllriiic; .Mr. ami .Mm. Dnviil .1.
Jours, Mr. ami Mm, Tl1nm.11 Singe, .Mr. ami
.Mil. .lolin T. .lamoi, Mr. nnd Mia. Kit Mhir.iii,
Mr. nt'il Mis. 'IIioiiiji T. .I.him-i. Mr. nml Mr.
Wllll.irn Slnctr, Mr. mid Ml. William II. Nun,
Mr. anil Mm. Ilur.li Williams Mr. nml Mi.. .Inlin
II. i Ilia 111?, .Mr. n.iil Mis. 'I'liomai Williams,
Mr, aii'l Mm. 'i'linmns (1. 'lliorliiiin, Mr. :oii
Mr.. i:ilrirlh I).ni, Mr. ami Mi-. William
Itolicrl.i, Mr. nml Mir. Clals .lenkln., Mr. ami
Mi. Cliil'tni.is It. ciiiflillH, Mm. .lonr, Mf.
Iti'tvp .lamci, Mrs. Kilns, Mi. John Kjiis.
MKrs Maitlii Jrurn, l,l.lo Mourn, MarR.irct
Tholil.H, Hi at 1 if Tllllilt.i, Hannah .IrnkiiH, t.b.
7.1c Moiimiis, Ml K.uls, Kill til Jctiklr,", Uflo
Cocmilw, Jennie Powell, IMitli I'mvrll, Mniy
I'mvrll, Hannah .l.lmr-i. (Vila I'.miii, Annie l'.v.iu,
mill llir following ineinlirin of tlic Iniilc'i Siimlay
filionl i bit In Ihc l-'lrsl Welfh It.iptiM rliiinli:
Mles Mjfanwy He) nan, l.ixlc l.rwi.s !M.l WIN
II.111H, Amu Li-win, llrixli! ItlilianN, Muiy .lorn-".
MaiiMret .hum--.-, M.iSRin Moik.iii, Kthrl l).iii,
Mrsr.. I.lrwrlljn .lone?, W'.dlrr llnslic. (iroi-jja
ll.iv N, Dnviil .1.11111.1, Tiinm.11 Tlinnia", licnj.inihi
IIvmiii, Moiiiim Tliniiia, IViink llcvnn, .lnhn Wll.
liam-, .lnhn II. KvaiH, Thmnai It. Tlionia-". Wll-
ll.mi l.vniw, Il.i.vilii l.vam, Chrlrr Dvani, liroi;:.!
Iiiiiir, Djvhl i"jnfortl, S.imnrl Stanford, John
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ttontohlor.
of mil Hooch street, was tho scene ot a
pretty wedding last evening, when their
ciaugiiter, uora, was unltoil 111 mar
riage to Jacob Scluink. Tlio ceremony
was performed In tlio presence of a
largo circle of friends.
Itov. W. A. Nordt. pastor of tho
Hickory Street Presbyterian church,
tied the nuptial knot. The bride was
becomingly attired in white Persian
lawn, and was attended by her sister
Ida. Tlio iriniini was attended liv his
brother, Fred Sclumk. At tlio conclus
ion of the ceremony a wedding supper
was served, and congratulations ox
tended to the happy couple. They will
commence- hoiisekecnlnc nt 413 Tllrch
street. They received ninny useful nnd
In St. Peter's cathedral at noon yes
terday Miss Marie Gllgallon, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Gllgallon, nnd
James Tafe were married by Itev. John
J. Grlflln. Tho bride was attended by
Miss May Hoban, of Olyphant, and
the groom by Leo Murphy, of New
York. Tho ushers were William Coyne,
Joseph Sullivan, John Jordan and
After the marriago tho bride and
groom wore tendered a reception at the
Tafe residence on Klghth street, and
at n.:!0 In tho afternoon, Mr. and
Mrs. Tafe left for New York and other
points, where they will spend their
honeymoon. Mrs. Tafe Is a beautiful
young woman whoso superb voice has
boon frequently heard at entertain
ments In this city. Mr. Tafe is one
of the employes of the Coyne.
At high noon, at the home of the
bilcle in olyphant. In tho presence of
the immediate relatives of tho con
tracting parties, Uev. 10. J. Ilaughlnii,
rector ot St. Mark's Episcopal church,
IJunmore, yesterday united In marriago
Miss Cora II. Voyle and Harry Wright,
Tho ceremony was performed amid
a wealth of floral decorations. Persian
lawn with Mechlin lace comprised the
material of the bride's gown. SI10
carried a prayer book anil a. bouquet
of whlto roses. The wedding dinner
was served Immediately after the cere
mony. At 1.0D p. m Mr. and Mrs. Wright
loft on nn extended tour, which will
Include the Pan-American exposition,
Toronto nnd other points nf Interest.
I'poti their return they will occupy a
suite of rooms at Anthracite block,
Carbondale. Tho bride Is a. charming
young lady, very popular both at homo
and in Carbondale. Tho groom Is tho
efllclent and greatly esteemed general
foreman of tho Carbondalo Machluo
company, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wright were
the recipients of many handsome gifts.
Other Nuptial Events,
Mies Margaret Walker, of Orchard
street, and Timothy Sullivan, of Maplo
street, wore married at ILMIO yesterday
In St, Peter's cathedral, by llcv, J. A.
O'Jtellly. Miss Mary Judgo attended
tho bride, and Thomas J, Folau was
tho groomsman, During tho afternoon
Mr, ami Mrs, Sullivan loft the city on
a wedding tour.
John O'Hara and Miss Sadie K.
Dcmpsey wero married In St, Peter's
cathedral yesterday afternoon by Ttov,
.1, A. 0'P.eilly, Tho brido was attend
ed by Miss Sarah Crane, while lllchard
Klelty doled as groomsman, A icccp
tlon followed at tho brldo's homo.
Michael J. Duffy, of Iiellovue, and
Miss Margaret Morau, of South Scran
ton, wero wedded In St. Peter's cathe
dral yesterday afternoon by Itov, J, A.
O'ttcllly. F.dwnrd J. Huffy attended
tlio groom and Miss Nellie Shea acted
At 4."0 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
Martin McHugh and Ml.ss Mamie
Costlgati. daughter of Mrs. Mary Cos.
tlgan, were united In marriago In St.
John's church by Itov, K, J. Melley.
Mlfs' Alice PoLacy and Patrick Untidy
attended the couple. At tho conclu
sion of the ceremony u wedding sup
per was served at thu homo of the
bride, Bat Palm street; The couple
will reside with the mother of the
David Davis, of Fifteenth street,
and Miss Jounlo Davis, of North Fll
more avenue, were quietly married at
S o'clock last evening at the homo of
tbo brldo's parents, by Itov. Hugh
Davis, pastor of tbo South Main Ave
nue AVelsh Calvlnlstlo Methodist
church. Tho bride was tastily dressed
In white and carried white roses. The
couple left at midnight for tbo Pan
Franklin Fountain Fens.
None better made at any price. Nor.
ton's, opposite Hotel Jennyn.
THEY ARE NOW
READY TO TEACH
BIG CLASS GRADUATED FROM
Thirty-Six Presented with Diplomas
Last Night at tho High School by
Chairman Jennings Bust of Froe
bel Fresentod to tho School by Wil
liam Edgar and Accepted by Cap
tain W. A. May Discussion Re
garding ine Abolishment of Exam
inations -Namos of Graduates.
Thirty-three young women and throe
young men, the latter not at all
abashed by tho preponderance of
femininity, were last night graduated
from tho Scrnnton Training school,
before -.mi audience which completely
lllled the big High school auditorium
and which overflowed out Into the
Tho graduates came marching In
from tho rear as Bauer's orchestra
played an n vesture, nnd took their
places upon ,the platform cm seats
draped with the orange and blue col
ors of tho High school. There wore
no decorations upon the stage except
a row ot potted palms In the rear.
Directly over the front of tho plat
form was suspended n. device bear
ing tho training school motto, "I0x
celslor." formed out of evergreen and
studded with electric lights.
Seated upon tho stage, besides the
graduates, were Superintendent ot
Schools Howell, Chairman Jennings,
of tho high nnd training school com
mittee; Captain W. A. May, Miss K.
G. Olnistt'iid anil Hev. W. J. Ford.
The latter offered an opening prayer
nnd after this the clnss sang a de
lightful vocal gavotte, under the
leadership ot Mrs. Annie Barnes.
QUALIFICATIONS OF A TKACHfitt.
Tho I'irst speaker was Miss Min
nie Whlto, who road nn essay upon
"Tho Qualifications of a Teacher."
Tho teacher, shePald. must be a thor
ough scholar and must know more
than she teaches. She must keep con
stantly at study that her pupils may
"drink from a running stream and
not from a ilagnant pool." She must
have a real love for children nnd not
a professed love. "The teacher," said
she, "Is the most vital fact in a
school. She Is th" cause, all things
else are only conditions and results."
William Kdgar, president of lie
class, at this point made a brief ad
dress, presenting to the school a bust
of Froohol, the founder of the mod
ern kindergarten. Tlio gift was ac
cepted by Captain W. A. May, of the
board of control, who traced briefly
the life Work of Froebel. and his In
fluence upon modern education. The
system of Froebel. he said, consists
in the bringing out of n child all his
or her special attributes and then
training and developing these. "He
lived to ennoble humanity." said he.
"Ho hungeied, thirsted, suffered, was
wronged nnd ridiculed, yot now finds
a place among the Immortals."
After an interesting essay on "The
New Geography" had been read by
Miss Mary Greeley tho principal fea
ture of tho programme was given.
This was a discussion on tho ques
tion. "Shall Kxamlnatlons Bo Abol
ished," participated In by four mem
bers of the, class and taking tho place
of the usual address to the graduates
by some educator of note, full ot rhe
torical commonplaces, which has been
part and parcel of every training
school commencement In the past, and
which the class unanimously decided
to dispense with this year, realizing
that this is an ago ot progress.
MISS FKLLOWS' ADDUKSS.
The first speaker for the alllrmatlvo
was Miss Christine Follows, the beau
tiful and talented daughter of Secre
tary Fellows, of the board of control.
Miss Fellows made one of tho best ad
dresses of the night, speaking in an
easy and natural way, as if she had
been nn the lecture platform for years.
Sho favored the abolishment of exam
inations and marking of the pupil's
dally standing In order that steady
application throughout tho year could
bo looked for from every child, Instead
of spasmodic '''crammings" around ex
amination time, which she claimed had
tho effect of straining the child's men
tal powers and wrecking his ncyves.
Barry Walsh, who also spoke for the
afllrmatlve, contended that examina
tions foster a wrong ambition and bo
get an unhealthy rivalry, besides en
dangering tho child's moral health.
Mr, Walsh was roundly cheered for his
address, which was delivered in a
happy, oratorical style.
The negative side of the question was
looked after by Miss Mary Freeman
and Bossnian Vail, They contended In
direct opposition to the afllrmatlve
side, that "cramming" was not such
an awfully awful thing as It Is pic
tured to bo and that examinations aro
tho only true test of a child's scholar
ship and of his or her honesty.
Miss Lucy Iniersnn read an essay nn
"Some Ideas of Children at School
Ago," In which sho recounted a num
ber of tho peculiar Tdcas little chil
dren have about tho things around
them, Following her- essay came tho
final feature ot tlio evening, the pres
entation of tho diplomas by Chairman
T. J. Jennings, of tho high and train
IS TKN YKAHS OLD.
Mr. Jennings related tho history of
tho school since Its establishment ten
years ago, and said that the total cost
of maintaining it In that tlmo had
been but $17,000. He expressed himself
as being pleased at tho young men wlu
had graduated, and said he would wel
come tho clay whon tho man teacher
would again bold nt least equal placo
with women, Hu presented tho diplo.
mas with a few words of encourage
nioiit. Tho names of tho graduates aro:
Mansard Veronica lllewilt, Unrtla 8.11a llro
Kin, Mary Tildrn lin.-drn, Olive .Utihl.i llur.ill,
Mary ( lirUloplirl, Anta L'uniirilcui, Lena Mi,
DavL-i, liraet- Daniel, Small l.nuUc llauenn, Wil
li.im .Miliot Ki'iMr, llrlrii Cliilillna IVIIovvs, Maiy
Hello freeman, Helen 1'ovvlcr, Hcisir llrllr I'rnun
feller, Thciice.1 (irncvlevo (imislian, M.n
tlrceley, Maty Mars.uet llaggnty, M.ny M.iuda
Icno Hefner, Mary Kellrltai llaile, .Irnnlo lira
trice Howell, Lucy Inicon, Helen Mario Keean,
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Members of Board of Control Seem to
Favor Giving tho Teachers
Some Additional Salary.
There seems lo bo a sentiment among
tho members of tho board of control in
favor of increasing the teachers' sal
aries to a certain cMcnt, hut not as
much as the teachers ask for, during
the coining year at least.
One of the best and most widely
known members of the board said yes
terday afternoon to a Trlbuiu -.nan
that he was glnd the teachers had be
gun tho light for higher sal:irte:i, but
that ho was sorry they had not done
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ear was made. The fact that tl'i-i lax
levy has already been made, compli
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question by' tin: board until tlio next
This member said, liowovo", that he
would vote for an increase right away,
If a sufllclent number of otlnr mem
bers could be secured to vote with him.
There "seems lo be very goo 1 loason
to believe that under a strict Interpre
tation of the school laws the teachers
could not be legally paid for the two
months In the summer during which
the school sessions are discontinued.
When the proposition to pay Hie sal
aiy of the late Prof. YV. Grant
from tlio tlmo he died until the end of
tlio present, school year came up at a
mooting of the board a few weeks ago,
Solicitor Heed, who was present, was
asked for an opinion as to liu; legality
of tho proceeding.
Ho replied that it would bo illegal to
pay a teacher or his assigns for ser
vices not actually rendered. One of
the teachers present tit Tuesday after
noon's meeting said yesterday that the
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during tho .summer months, would
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