The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 28, 1901, Page 6, Image 6
"S T.TP1! (J THE SCH ANTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1901. "pvTT i ' if-' ' ' rWvX-'V'tFV WEST SCRANTON CLASS OP NINE YOUNG LADIES GRADUATED FROM ST. PAT RICE'S PAROCHIAL SCHOOL. Closing Exorcises Hold Last Even ing in the Basement of tho Church. Addresses by Misses Anna R. Hurst and Alice O. Caroy Rev. J. B. Whelan Adds His Blessing. Names of the Graduates and Honor Students Young Lady Injured. Sloan-Central Excursion. The llftocnlh mm mil commencement 2xe1cls.es of St. Patilck's piiioehlnl school weio hold In the basement of the I'huii'h lust evening and wete at tended by nn assemblage that mm plctcly tilled tho seating i'iipiitlt. A temporal y stage was elected In the loom, which was tni petcd, and tho ilin oiatlnns of daisies wete tastily m liniRod. The opening number was a selto tlmi bv the school oiiheslin, which was dcPily executed. The pluots weie: Violins llliii"! It. .Ionian, M. tillioy. T McCoy, Mnslets 1 -Met tale, J, Kennedy. T. Rlttenhousei Velio, Miss A. .MaiK, mandolins, JIihIph J. lillnipy, C. I..i N, Msos M. Cuslck, M. (Jitlnniin. .M. Olhnv, J". Ruikc; b.tnjos, M.islcis R. McCaiiu, .. Dc vlnc, .7. McKouuu, .1. C.affni'V, F. Ci.iff iiev. llli A. Iltust, A. Caiey; giiltuts, Misses I, (iaiieinnllei, A. Coopci, M. Cannon, M. MtOi.un; piano, Miss S. Aitliui'. The nliitalniv address n,n Riven bv Miss Ann. i 15. Hiust, who extended a mdl.ll gieetlng to tht pnenls and friends of the selinliiis piescnt. Iter itmuiKs wete couched in esi client language, showing .1 keen sense of tho appiPtlatlon of her task. The giaduating tlass wns altoiwatds pie spnterl with old medals bv Father AVhel.in. Those derointed 'with gold medals wete Misses Alice Caiey, Anna Ilmst, Jlaiv McAiidiew, Jf.uy Mack, Aim v Jordan, Teiesn McCov, Alke Cooper, Kiithciine Hlggins and Doi.i Riddle. Alastcr John Gilioy was aw.nded a Bold cioss for painting, and Miss Genevieve Devets locelved a gold cioss foi good tonrliiLt. The pttzes tor lPBiilnr attendance were aw.ntled to Alisses Kate Ke.n ney, Helen McAndiow, Nellie Gcnlty, Nellie Langan, Annie Hlggins, Alice Olltoy, Vpinnkn Jletl.ile, Annie Me Hugh and Nellie Timlin At tho on oluslon of the aw aids, the stif-p was HUYLER'S SCOTCH 'KISSES ion SAIL' AT G. W. JENKINS', tilled with upwards of a hundred lit tle girls, i1ictctl In white, who sang a dcseilptlvo Bplecllon called "Robins." Their vvotk wiim highly connnoniliible for such juvcnllp vocalists, anil their singing displayed careful training nn the putt of the Slateis who picpaied thpin for tho work. They weie nc rninpnnlpd on the pianos by Misses Mutgiirot Gllroy and Molllo Jordan. Then caino nn equal number of little bos, wealing tall hats, white waists, blink knee pints anil e.o glasses. They sang an bumniotis (-election en titled "Tn II Top I Hit," which pin vnkpit much luiightct. Tho little nil ssps again appealed, In a pnntnnilmo called "Gossips." This time they vveiof attlied In rallto diessps and white caps, went lug Blnsses and enriylng hnnd lings. Thoy pel fanned icmnrkablv well thtollgh oiit, without speaking putts, and their gesticulations weie made In pet foot hatinotiy. 'I'ho nccoinpanlsts were Allssps Cooper and Quitman. This wns followed by a ery clovor lv pxettilpcl nillltaiv di III by u num ber of boss, (Itessed In blue 'and Riay iinlfoims and raptalned by 'l'homas Alcttugli. TliPlr perfoiniance was tiuly leiiiaikable for bo.vs of their age, anil tho executions vvpic leehed with much dellglit by the .spectatois. At the com liHon of tho evolutions Muster .lamps Alcttugli leclted "The Mine and the Clinv," tn title diamutlc stvlp, Hip lpoltatlon being lntetspei.sed with ohm lisps by the company of lit tle soldlcis, the selections being "The Star Spangled Rinot," "DMe," "Ral Iv 'Hound the Flag, Roys," "Httiinh for the Flag," and "Home Sweet Home." After a selection bv the oichcstr.i, in opptetta was presented called "The Mountain Queen," In which the chai acteis woie assumed bv AIlss Alollle .Ionian as the Aloimtaln Queen, Miss Teies.i Me cay, the Ojpsy Queen, and Miss M. lleesp, the Faliy Queen. The ptoditctlon was Rlon In n IiIrIiIv ci ed itable niannei, and was Inlerspetsod with pietty music and bright leelta tlons. Tlie valedictory addiess wns dcllv eied by AlKs Alice G. Carey and her language was rhnlie and effotthe. In tlosing she asked Father Whelau to confer his blessings on the giaduates, and aftei this was done, he took oc casion to compliment the young ladles on thpir achievements. IHp said t hell learning had been n nulled by h.ud studv, and now thev nio railed upon to take up the more i-eiiotis studies of life. Tho Chilstlan teacliing and tiainlng thev liae ic eied will enable them to tight the sins of the woild, and go forth to con iuei otlier foes The eeiclses woie closed with a fatewell cl.ibs song by tho giaduating class templed to lido the machine and fell, dislocating her ankle, Dr. Gcnrgo IJ. Reynolds wns called anil attended her. Sloan-Central Excursion. The annual exclusion of the Slonn Coutinl Mine Atcldentnl fund will be run to Like hodorc tomtit unv nininlng, leaving the Dclnwaio ami Hudson sta tion at T..I0 o'clock. Httmltcds of peo ple fioin tho Kovser Valley section will spend the day at this populai jpoi t, and tho piomotois anticipate that It will bo one of tho largest exclusions of the season Dining the tiny there will be nlhletlc and aquatic toiitct-ts, mich as foot lines, boat iace, etc., and the West Side Hi owns and Aleits base ball clubs will battle for a pile of $10. Holli teams nie inadp up of some of the best amateur players In the city, and tho contest piomlscs to bo lntotestlng and exulting. EVENTS OF THIS EVENING. Special meeting of Panoolut tilbo, !mpiop! Older of Heil Aten, In Itetl Men's hall, miner of Alain avenue and Jackson attcet, 7..I0 p. in. Kpoclnt nicellng of Local No. 211, t'nllod Atllie "W'otkeis of Ainerlia, In Jnno's hall, Jiuksuii sticet, T.!!0 p. in. An Unfortunate Accident. Miss Helen Atay Reese, of "U Chest nut sticet, n membn of the giaduat ing class of St. Paul s paint hi. il (school, met wlih an unfoi titnate aei blent os tetrlnv which will ptevent her pattlci p.itlng In the school cxciciscs this af leinoon and evening. Among the gi.iiliiatliig jnescnts slio leiclved was a bicile fioni a lel.itive In Xew Yoik, mil jesteiday she at- Popular Saturday Sate These sales have become a marked feature in the close of the weeks business of this city. Our aim is to select the goods most sought for, and place them on Sale for Saturday Only At prices so far below the regular figures that the saving effected will be appreciated by our patrons. The list for this weeks Saturday sale is in our opinion the best we have yet offered, but of course, you must be the judge. By the way, The Millinery Clearance Continues We're giving up that department, and expect to get the room now occupied by it, for departments that de mand more space. Millinery on Saturday for less than half of what it cost. Ladies Shirt Waists A splendid assortment of 5ue waists that sell regularly For $1.25 up. Will be offer ed on Saturday at 98c. The ityles include, West Point waists, fancy colored ging aams, linen waists with fancy tollars, etc. Choice of QQf iny style OL The Notions Department This department is always ittractive, because, there's al rays something new to look it. Belts have first call this reek, The variety is limit ess, and styles are all OCr lew. See our line at Jv Corset Department Women's Health Corsets, vjo need to tell their merit, They're knowu from one end if the country to the other, md are a universal favorite rih ladies who seek comfort itid style at a moderate cost. The standard 'price every rhere is $1,25. Price Qfip or Saturday ouly OV Ladies' Hosiery A beautiful assortment of high class hose in stripes, fancy figures, etc. Best half dollar hosiery for Sat- 'JQn urday only atL Fast Black, full fashioned hose, worth 370 in extra sizes. On Saturday '- only iJ Men's Neckwear We are today arraugiug for Saturday's trade, the most extraordinary neckwear value ever seen in this city. All the fashionable styles "" See our special Neg- CAf ligee Shirts at 3UL Wash Goods Department They came to hand yester day, cousequeutly you Icuow that they are new, A full and beautiful line of Silk Ginghams, same as are sold at joe. Price, Satur- 'IQr day only C GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Aiinngpinents lmo been made by the- committee In cbnige of the Ancient Older of Hi lions' exclusion to Moun tain Path on .Inly I for four .special lialns dtnlng tho da. The llr.st will leave the Ci nttul Hulltnml of New .lei sev Million nt S 1" 11. m., the Meiotid at It a, in., the thltd at 1.1" p. in., and the fointli at 1 p. in. 'fills society holds the ictoid foi the Idtgest apinblage eci guthcicrl together at Mountain lul. Waco council will conduct a mem bets' social In lied Men's hall after their meeting on Tuesday evening, Julv 2. The mcn.ljpis nt the .TacKr-on .Sticet Hapl'st iliuuli bold a business meeting last e Piling and appointed committees to niiar.ge for the annual eeiiislon to Lake l.r.doio on Tlntf-div. .Inly 11. in conjunction with the Sunday .srhool of the I'piin Avenue Baptist ihiiirli. Miss Maiga et .lones, of Hock stiret, is leeching tieatment at the Moses T.tvlot hospital loi hip allllction Woikmen ate engaged in pl.u lug a rlntilar cinb it the rntiipi ol Wat-h-btiin stieet and South Main avenue Mis. Saiah Kwins, r AVashbtiin sticet, vv.ii opet.ited on at tho Scian ton pi hate hospifil on Wednesday by Ui. 1"). ,1. JenUins and Dt. Giant. Miss Bessie, daughter ot .Mi. nnd Mis. AV. CI. Dinlpls. of South Main p venue, his letuinctl home fiom Mans field State Xotni.il school. Mis Moig.-n II. William, and son, oi Wilkes-Banc spent Wodncsd i Willi Wct Sainton icl.itlvcs D .1. Walteis, (ho window -diessri at JUC'aiin's cash sioie, is tecelving much pi. lisp lor in ailistlc display of .snap in the windows Mi. and .Mis Chaile. Wenzel and Uoni.id A'pnPi and on Vlctot, ot West I.tckawanni avenue, aie among the vifltois at tho P.in-Amuic n eposI tiou. Local union, No. 107' I'lilted Mine AVoikeis ol Antpiic.t, will meet in I) D. Cvans' li ill, South Main avenue, to- moiiow evening, and give out woiking cauls to tnosQ not In posesssion of tlcm. Miss 51, n tint. Hughes, of IMoonisbuig Stale Ncimal schuot, loltn ncii home bust evening. Misses mil .Mid Mabel Hancock, of Hi nun sticet, will spend the nel two vvenks visitingtelathes In Philadelphia. The Hpwoith le igue and Sunday sihool ol the Hampton Sticet Metho dist Hplsciip.il ibiticli will inn an ex clusion to ll.uvej's lake on Wedncs d ty, July 21. James Got man, of llaleton, Is visit ing at the home of Pattlck C'onwa.v, on South Miotnlev avenue. St. Petet's Total Abstinence and Be nevolent soc let, of Bellevue, will 10- eive holy r oininunioii in a body .a Holy fiosh chinch biuidav moining at 7 o'clock. Tho fiineial of tho late H. A. f'laiuot was pilvateh condtit led li om the liou&e on Ij.itavptte sticet cstcila moining. Bev. II. i McDetmott odlilated. In teinient wis in ule In the Dunniuie ic.iiclei . St. I .mi's, battalion and St. Paul's Pioneer mips met Iiim ovenitig In uvu lar session and liaiisaited business pet tainlng to tltcli lespoitlvc otgania tions. Tlie Motheis' jewels woie ontet tallied at the, Simpson Methodist HpNcopal chinch jPhteulaj atteinoou with music, tee cicani and cake. NORTH SCRANTON NOTES. Modern Woodmen of Amorica Held Enjoyable Session Last Night. Other News Notes. JONAS LONG'S SONS. SCRANTON, PA. JOfi'AS LONG'S SONS, Ay The thrifty people who attend these weekly sales know what big opportunities await them at Our Great Friday Afternoon Sales Perhaps you are not among the number. If not, it will pay you to look over this list carefully. Surely the temptation to buy will be strong to resist. Tho list is full of suggestions for Summer comforts, the merchandise, the test and tlie prices unmatchable. Sale No. 1 Begins Promptly at 2 O'clock. In Basement Housefurnisliing Goods. Tin If ty housekeeper? will take advantage of this gipat .sixty-minute wale. If you woie to bttv Just one of each of the Items offeted vou would be .suipifsed at the big saving that will lesult. SAD IRONS Mis. Potts' genuine Kntor pilso Sad lion, with a never-known-to-bteak handle. Theie aio three lions, one handle and one stand to the set. Value n $1.'J-i. For GO minutes "C WASH TUBS The well known Cony In tin or sles, sold i cgulat ly for fiOe. to !')c. On sap Friday for t0 minutes 49c 10c 2c at GARDHN SHTS For chlldiott, es, nnd older people use them too for the (lower gat den. They aie just thp thing; thpie Is a hoe, a take and a spade, all nicely fin ished. Don't compare them with the ordin- ii y set, because these ate woith at least lfi cents. I'tlilay, fot CO minutes, tho TAiP.LH GLASSKS, or Glass Tumblers, it matters not May be .von've btoken a half doon since our last tumbler sale. If vou buy dining this sale It will cost 12 cents to leplnce them. Fi!rla, for CO minutes, each TP.A KBTTLHS Kvoty time mju bill water in the old tea kettle .von've .slid, lo oiu self, of routse, "I'm going to get a now tea kettle when I go to town" Two o'clock Pi id .v would bo a good time to get one. They are an all-copper niikle-plated te.i ket tles In sizes 7 and 8 They ate worth 7 (").-, up to $1 25 Ftiday, for CO minutes., "t ICE CRHAM FREEZERS The Aietlc is a fiillj guaranteed fteeei. made bv a concetti that tinilei stands bow. Fom rpiait slo Piiday, for CO minutes Cl'P. SAIVER AND PLATE In two shades' f.uiev decoiatlon. This Is an ctra- oidinaiv value Just 2". doen sets; s sCts nnlv to a t iistonier. Filday, for one hoiu, the set Sale No. 2 Begins Promptly at O'clock. 38c 1.59 10c Groceries SUGAR Rct quality of gtantll.ited sugar, put up in five-pound bags One bag only to a customer. Ftiday, fot bO min- C-. utes JZZjL- COrFEE Ai bin kit's Coffee the genuine, put up in one-pound packages. Onl tin ce packages to a customei. Piiday, Or' foi dO minutes '4' 2.25 Main Floor SHOES We'll call the following n one hour puigiatiime; there's live numbers In It Values up to $l.J"i. Ladles' Dongola. (1 foid Ties, Ladles' House and Dtess Slip pers, Misses' Shoos In Rlaek nnd Tan, Lit tle (feats' Sptllig HppI Shops, Little Uoj s' Shoes, on sale Filday tor slty mln- f utes V7C MEN'S SIllRTS-'Pieked up a lino of Men's Pcdfoid Cold Shlits the other day Rcdloul sbltts aie nlwavs woith fifty rents, that Is, If they aie the light Kind; these aie. Filday, CO minutes, each Second Floor TELESCOPES Made of heavy lanvass, with good leather coinois, btass livotod, heavy swell handles, cvtia. heavy slinps; 'scopes .no all cloth lined and eti.i deep and wide. In 'JO or U.'-lneh sl.e. Cfir Fiidav for CO minutes 0"C WALKING SKIRTS Made of Melton cloth, In blaeK Ofoul, medium gtey and hi lek. The skit t is made with fine gotes and comes In all lengths fioni n) to 11. Eight inws ol stitches aioiuid the bot tom. Filday for one bom flain Floor DRESS GINGHAMS A fine Madias Dies Gingham suitable tor Ladles' and Chlldien's Dt esses, Shltt Waists, and Men's and Roys' Shlits, etc Vou can have them in tliecks, stilpos .yul plaids, in light and medium colots. legulai value 10 cents. Til- C3 d,i for one hour vJ.jC- Second Floor CORSETS Some nio tho Kabo for L idles' long and medium waist toilets, also high bust, lilplcss, with shtped shoulder sliaps, also some sti.illit ft out higli goted jou'll piv $1 .1 p. tit up to tlie time the hell taps. Vor siMy minutes fioni that lime the '11 be Alain Floor EMRROIDERIES A llllle suipilsp for Ft 1 il.iv slioppets in einbioldoiies All the new est pdlteins, good quality and good width. Mavbe thev '11 all be sold dining the tit st half hoiu, so don't del.i. Fiiday foi one 0',y- hour O2C R1P.HONS ThPte have bren so many good values in ilbbons litel that we'll have to tempt vou with some liettei values In the lot vou'll find plain coloied t ihbons, all wiiltlts, also some exquisite tancy coidod ilhbotis, cvoiv lolor sou can think of. Ftiday for one hour Sale No, 3 Begins Promptly at 4 O'clock. 79c 9c Second Floor i. Boys' Clothing. HOYS' WASIIARLE SPITS lit 20 different patteins, light and daik eolois, huge Nallor collats ntul deep Khleld fronts lip ttly trimmed. Pants have best waist bands and taped scams, slos .! to !) je-ns. Materials are plain Clash and Ducks In plain blues nnd browns, also fancy sltlpcs. Regular value "r cents, rild.iv for one JO- '"' 4oc NlGip GOWNS-Mado of good quality Muslin, nicely tilntmed In high or low neck. This is at least a ITi-cent saving on CSflr-. each gown. Filday for 00 minutes.. DVC Main Floor 1 irMRRHrLAS-Ladlps' 211-lneh rmbiellns. the cover Is made of motcetlcd fabric, all have steel tods with pe.ul and silver trimmed handles. AVondct if thpie will be any left after the sale.' Not If you find out how good they inc. Filday foi sltv 1 -jf minutes 1 jj" RAT1STE AND LAWN A conihliHition of "0-Inch Ratlste and to-iiuh Lawn and .12 lnrli Pen alps, nicelv assorted In light, medium nnd dark gioitnd. lcgular value up to 12',!. cents. Friday for sixty C3.-, minutes O4C Second Floor SKIRTS For Hdies made of fancy Per cales, In blue, pink and livendct stripes, ovetvone Is made with deep cot tied 1 utile and nlccb finished. Ftiday lor one Lr hour 09C WHITE APRONS For children, 111 ulc of fine giade livvn, uicel ttimined with cm bioideiy nnd late. Fiidav for 10 one bout JtjC SLIPS Infants' Long Sllps.-iade of Flench long cloth, piettilv liemstiti lied yoke and nicely finished lulllos. Ftiday for 1Q-, one hour )OC CHILDREN'S DRESSES Sles 1 to S ve.iis, they liave n joke of fine embroidery and tucks, tlie skn t h is a deep hem. jo. Filling for one hour 50C Main Floor SILK TAFFP.TA GLOVES In button and tlasp, good qiKilltj in tan, mode, brown, giey, bl. 11k and white Regular value I'lc. j Fiiday lot onu limn Zi)C JONAS LONG'S SONS. Globe Warehouse Pi evidence camp, No. 01.". Modem Woodmen of Aineilca, had a (.esslon last night that was not wholly given over to lodge woik. They bad an iibundiiiuo of the lattoi, however, In the Initiation ot tho nrw niembei.s, which was done with coiisldciahlo eclat dchplte tlie waitnth of tho evening, and tho candidates weio given the insu lt tics of the Woodmen In a manner that will be long icmciubrietl by them. Following the lodge s.c.sson tlieto was a Koclal hour, over which Veneiablo Counsel Otto D, M.vci.s iuesdd. Ad dtesv1!. welcniitde by Edwaid E. Roba tlian, of II) ile p.tik .mi; John R. Hughes, ot lit pen Ridge tamp, and otlicts, Mombei.s ot the Woodmen v.eio piewont fioni all tho camps in tho city and fioni IVtkvlllo and other platen up the valley, and all had a thoiouglily good time. The coiuiulttco in chaise ot this pait ot tho evening's, eiiteitiiin meiu wue .Mp.s.sih. Fled H111 tell, Reit Stevens ami .Millaicl Fuhiln.jei, and they hud the he.uty co-oppi.itlon ot all the mc'iiiouis in making the vlbltous loel at home. uhli llnee nlhets molested Powell Smith, who lives 011 Feioin.ind sticet, a couple of weeks ago Tlie paity stoned Smith's hoiifac, bioaking wln dowfe and soilously wounding a child with one ot tlie .stones they but I'd. Smith ame out with a levolvei and dtove the gang off, but Mai tin letiiir.'d also with a gun and canted on things with a high hand for a time. Then he got away. His companions weie ai leslecl the next day and wete glad to .settle the case b palngtheli pin lata shaie of the damages done, Mai tin kept away until Mottdnv, when .111 olli cor caught him. He became stubborn In the aldei man's ollice and, aftei a .show of Independence, took on the pait ot a clam and itfu.sed to answer ques tions, lie was rleelaied in contempt and committed In default of flue. Jle will an.swer at toutt for the attack on Smith's house. TOLD IN A FEW LINES. Martin Now Fieo. Edwaid .Martin Is no longer locked up, hccau.so of his contempt of the majesty of Aldciniaii Mveis' toiiu Foi two das he was willing lo pine awnj in th st itlon liou.se, ititliti than pay a fine of $.' toi defjlug the ailthoili of the aldeiintin, Then his wlfOMiuglit tils lel-ibo, and seeming Michael Moian to become. Mai tin's boiKlniian and to pay the tine and costs, had hoi husband ie leased xesteiduj. Martin lives on Putnam stieet, but A GREAT SURPRISE U In (tore for alt xvho use Kcnip'1 PjUam for the 'iliroit unci I uii.'S, the glut KtuuntccJ remed. Would )ou bcltcVQ Hut It Ij mjM pri Its uiciiU and an) ltui;i,bt li autlioikcd ly the propiictor of IhU wondciful icnud) tu i,iic jou a tami'lu bottle ficct It ueur faiU to iuic acute or liionlo coujlw. All Ururi,LU t.i.11 Kuiiji's DaUaiii, price SJc. uml Wt. At the homo of Mi. and Mis. Rlchaid Thomas, of liclmont ten ace, an io ci earn social will be held this evening for tlie benefit ot the Welsh Congie gational chinch.. The chlldien of the Welsh ConglP gatlonal c liuic'h icpeated tbcii cantata, "Ibownles Hand," in the chinch pu lots last evening to a huge audience. Ex-Judge Lewis, of Edna avenue, and dailghtci, Mi.s. Powell, of tho reiuial city, have left for a tiip tluough llio AVest. Attorney and Mis. A. A. Wishing li.ue returned fioni liuttalo, wheiu they liavo lioeu dm lug tlie p.ust two w ccks, Dt. II. Ressey, ot Cliiuih avenue, Is In Haiilsbiug, Jli. and Mis. Joseph Osteihnut, nf Oak stitet, havo 1 etui tied home, aftei spending the past two weeks at Mld dleton, Conn. Pi of. .1. H O'.Mallev have It-It tor Stioudsbuig, lo attend the giaduating exeuisos at the si hool in that place. Pattlck Flaheity is one of tlie gradu ate s. Miss Reitha Smith and Cl.ita M.uc, of Diue.i, ate the guests of Miss Anna Cotcoian, ot Plltstou avenue. The nienibeis of Ciciieial Giant c 0111 mandei.v. No. 2J0, Knights ot .Malta, will meet In tegular fosslon this even ing at S oVlotk in Haitinan's hall. Pea Coal $1.50 a Ton Deliveied. to South Side, tenttal city and tentral Hjdo P.nk. Addioss 01 dots to J. T. Shut key, 1011 Cedar avenue. 'Phone GCS3. DUNMORE DOINGS. SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES. The euteitalnment which was given last evening bj the ihlldieu of St. .Mao's English and Geimun school at St. M.uj'h hall, on IllcKoiy stieet, was, ns usual, voiy laigely attended, th" hull being uiiablit to hold all who do shed to gain admission. The patents of the ihlldieu weio piesont in l.tige miiubt is to listen to the exicllciU mutt beis of tho pi ogi amine, which opened with a electing song pl-nillilly nuns by the gills' and bo.s' cluss, iibout llftv voices stions-. Then followed 11 piano duet by the Misses A. Wintei and L. Rosai. Anion? the many iutei csting niuubeis on the piogi mime was a di.iiua 111 two acts, eiititleit "Doktoi Pus-thins unci Seln DIenei," bv the Hist l)o.vs' elat-.-i. They made a (le tided hit and weiu tendeied a lousing lecuptiou, as was also the pantomime, "The Mls-ei's Kuppei," width was plajed In elegant stlu by the senior class. The piogi.unmc closed with .1 Ciciniau f-oug, "Zebu Klcinc Negcilelii," h the tnlnl bovs' thtss. The entertainment was well lendcicd tiom beginning to end, and u .social was held utter the conieit, Prof, .lolutbon fiunisliiiiK the music. .Mai tin Flahcily, ill. Donahue and Commencement Exercises at the High School Class of Seventeen iRoceiverl Their Diplomas. The annual commencement exei clses of the Dunnioie High school weie held last night in Washington hall and notwithstanding the extiemo heal, tho hall was eiowcled with 11 lends and iclatlves of the giaduates. The giaduating class uiiuilipis srv enteeii, divided as lollowsj Couunei - lal ionise, Misses Eva Cleuy, Maiy G, .May, Katheilno A. Iliiggpity, Xcd lle O, Clink, Helen II. O'.M.tlley, Mai gaiet A. Mclllll, llnnie E, IVideu nmp, CatltPiIno .1, Cotcoian, N'elllo O, Duffy, .lames .1, C'auol, U1lte1 E l.lsk, Pattlck J, Still kc.v ; uKishiial eoiuse, Misses Agues Gilllgail, Sain Rine, Jeiiulo Davis, EUinor Mutiiliy and Eail Allemose, 'I'ho exeiclses who opened bv the singing ot tho class song of welcome, mid "Oh, Lovely Night." Miss Saia Rune's, tliu salliliitoilaii, welcomed tho guests of tho evening in an unusually happy imiunci, Dining lier leiimiks flio laid gieat stiess upon tho iudlspeiislble value of the pitblie sehools and diow 11 blight pie tut o ot our counlrj's tuluip, under tho iulluence of the public school educated masses. Miss Agues Gllllgan, the valeillttoi iiili, disc mused iipon "lliu Inlllieile-o of Good Lltetatliio'' She dwelt upon tho Kicitt good that conies to Iho-o who lead tlto best books and the luipiiui that good liteintuie leaves upon oveiy one and evety eoiiutiy whit hi It 1 eat lies, The lomalnlng liilliibits of the jnogiuinnio weie exceedingly well lendeted and showed tlie lesult of 1 ai etui haloing and painstaking woik on the pint of tho pupils. The full piogi.imuici was as fol lows Saluttttni, Sauili Hi j no; lead ing, "Sheinian's Maieli," P. St.n Ke- ; essasj, '"Power of tho New Cciitui," Jennie Davis; 011UI011, "Advamc of Journalism," 'Walter Llskj 'Mom Rise," (A. C-sbtilkit), ilass; essay, "Wanted 11 bo," Elciiuoi Mtiiphy; leading, "The Second Tiial," Mai Maj ; leading, "As the Moon Rose," Nellie Clink; "Down lu tlie Dewy Dell," (II. Snuit), fluss, oiation, "Monioe Docti Inc." Hail Altemos; es sav, "P.usiness Htlucatlon," Eva Cleiuj; "The Fislieiiuon," (C M. Cl.i Intssij, class, valodictoiy, "Intliieiico of Good Lltei atllie," Agnes Gllllgan; addtp.ss, Kev. G. S. Wouipi ; piesenta tion of diplomas, A. G. llaggettj, sec taiy of school hoanl; faiewell song, class. A Nanow Escape. Heniv Sh.ifler, nf Di Inker stieet, in eompanj with lossrs. J, S Xuilleih.Ai iiolil Zuilllelh and J. C, Rutetman, had a 11,11 tow escape ttotn death near Fac tcn lite on Wednesilav night. The p.utv weie enioulr- for Like Shctldan and when ue.11 the plaeo nanied while ctossing a i.illio.iel ti.ttk became ilninitd at tho nearness of .111 ap pio it hlng U.1I11. In theii haste to cioss, the wagon was ovei tin ned and tin- occiiputts wete tin own out, lotliinately not in tin- path of tho oncoming tiiiin. ,T, S. Km filch suftcietl a eoiniiouiid ftae tuii' ot a leg while the otheis escaped with a few minor btuises. GREEN RIDGE. 'I hn lmr pnl-oner I-. iRiin it work l'nui ilns? cm it- rqoilul puiviiiul on I null uttcct lual ccn iuif. Mk, Pu inn. if li Km iviinie, h viiitinK f 1 U in Is -it Id in -il ilp. Ml-i Ml Imiliiiil, if Dohiv no Rllc-tt, U t-l K- 111 1 1 1 1 tT IUII Mlki, With VlO.tllW fllllllK surL.-iin I I, lit 1, nf the IKIiujio itnl lhul (1 11 11II11111I, 111 ule 1 thine,' trl tu Xintitli .us tillllV ( i 1 11 1-1 1 ,nl a, 1 at I S(peiia'. ' Sluilllll till Wl Itlll'l I.IM- lllllliMslllt UiU (cn llU' tin lie en 1111 iinl tiiieu li'lh il nf tint Viiiiiu" V u' 1 1 11 1 j uf ilif Chiirtli ot the (,11 il Sliqihinl UII he In lil In tho dull looms, lll.tl 111 1 1 nil till' 1 lllllill I lull Wilton SPECIAL OF Rugs OBITUARY. O O, HSSEE, until teccntly a divis ion supeiintPiideiit ot tho Lehigh Val ley ltiilinad, tiled esteida atleinoon about 2 o'clock at Ttiiikhaiinot k, aged ,M veals, Althniigli he had been tuit tlited to his bed mote 01 los for the past mouth, ills mttdltlou was not con sldeied alaiiulilf, until a day 01 (wo ago. The Intel nieiu will ho at Suiin -side teinelei, Tiinkliaiinoi k, wheie tllet family has a lot, MRS MARGARET CAPPERTY.wile of John Cnlleilv, died nt lei home, 111 Phelps stieet, esieicln inclining, alter a In iff illness. Deceased was aged SO 1 ins, and had been a life-long icsi deiit of this elt. Site is siuvlved bv a hilsbiiud and one son. The tiineial will lake Jtt.it Satttdav atteiiinon at I! o'llock, with seniles at St. Petet's 1 atlieilial. Jnteiiueut will be made in Diuimoie Catholic t'eiuetc'i. CHRISTIAN RIEL. an aged icsi dent of South Sci.tiitou, died Thtlis day night at U o'tlmk, at his icsi dentn on Piospetl avenue, after a week's illness. Deeeascil was (,() jeais ot age, and about lour jc.iis ago had H pin ul lie; stuikle, Hutu vv tilth ho never amy iccovcicti. Ho way a 1 Size 9x12 feet, FOR 0NLY2 DAYS These are specially selected Rugs. Their colors and de signs are the perfect repro ductions of Persian, Kermau and Tabriz Rugs. TWO DAYS ONLY to get them at specially re duced prices. 124 Washington Ave. member of tlie Gei mania Reiteilclal and ilaimonia nn Idles, and an active) luenibei of the Cliiuih of Peace He Is suivlvel b a widow and the chll dien, Philip. Chi 1st, Katie, (loitiudo and Genige iie The iiiuetal will take plain Salillda.v attotiionii at J o'cloik Hoiu the fiunllj lesltleuie, with sen Ices hi tho Chun li nf Peace, In tel incut will bn 111. ule In the Pittston avi'iiiiu c eintitei DENNIS ROLAND, an aged lesldent of South Si 1 anion died vety suddenly eail.v steida nitnnlng at tho homo 01 his sou, John D, Kotitnil, -'.'0.' Pitts toil nventie Dei t,is d had been blind for seveial jiais. He was TS je-ais of age and Is siuvlved bj tho following sons and ilaughtei.s; Joint D Roland, .Mis. David Whcluti, -Mis Ellen De Pew, mid Mis M.uy Dwjet, of Riook ln, N. V. runoials. Tho fiiuei.il of Thoin is Shetidan of or. Hampton stieet, will take pUco this niiiinlng at 'J o'clock in St. Pat ihk's Cathedtul. liitctmciu In Cathu dial temeteiy, . Jm rv t jb,-v. A. .. &AAttA L.