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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- MONDAY, JULY 8, 1901.
HELD FROM RESIDENCE OF HER
House on North Filmore Avonuo
Occupied by Patrolman Klah
Potors Struck by Lightning Im
provomonts Contomplated by
Clark Brothors Old Rooster of
Franklin Engine Company Pre
sented to William H. Klme Ser
vices in the Churches Yestorday.
tiov. S. r. Mathews, of the I'ltst
Baptist chuirli, ofllclntod (it tho fu
neral servkes oiet the iciniilns of the
lale Mij. Mingaiot Hvans yostculny
nflci noon. The funeral was conducted
from tlip lioinp of do oaed's iliiugh
tpr. Ml. William liccse, '0S Uxnon
'The lull homers wen- Wllllani Jos
eph, Thonris IMwiihK Aliuliini
Jnnps nnd William Pavls Intel nint
wjs" ln.iili In thi? Woshbuin street
ClniKp r.lotliPl.x contemplate toailng
flown tlip tin oo house Mock, in thp
roar of their stem- building, which
faces on West l..uk.'i w niitiii uvonue,
xi ml cicit on tlip Mto an extensive ad
dition to tliPlr stoic
TIip ti'ti. tins ot tin- houses will ,1
ato today anil tho oik will be coin
inonied nt one p.
House Struck by Lightning.
Tho house, on Noi th rilmoio avenue,
occupied h I'.ttioliiun Klah Peters
ntirl wile, was stunk by lightning
(luring tho ftoiin xeti'iday uftet-
Tho ihlinnoy was il, imaged nnd the
nccupnntt) weie sllghtlv stunned, but
no heilous l epulis weie icpoited.
Franklin's Old Rooster.
TIip old loostoi, which Uh ii'rnn
Fplriious oin.iniPiit on tho Kianlclln
Engine eonipan'.s steamer while on
tint arte lor many xonis, was leeently
prrsonletl to Willi. un II Klmo, one of
the oldest iiioinhciri of the ex-voluntrer
The looster was game In lil day and
fought many a xlcten ions battle. Aftor
being mounted the blid was presented
to the 1'ianklins nnd has been prized
hv them for main xeais At p. recent
meeting the company unnnlnioudi
10R SAI.U AT
G. W. JENKINS'.
Good Sense and Good Taste
Are all concentrated to a matchless degree in our mar
vellously complete and tempting array of
Ladies' Summer Wash Suits
Women of means and vast experience in the art of
dressing well, prefer our Ready-to-Wear Summer
Suits to the creations of their dress makers, because
they have a style and finish which the average modiste
could not impart to them. Besides this, our plan ena
bles well-to-do buyers to get two or three summer
gowns for less money than they formerly paid for one,
thus affording them an unlimited number of changes,
during the season. But there are those who cannot
afford an unlimited number of changes, even though
the prices are low, and to such
Our Perfect Summer Suits
For ladies are little short of a blessing. They are
certainly the greatest thing on earth from an artistic
and economic standpoint. The materials are as satis
factory as though they had been bought in our Wash
Goods Department, the assortment is so wide that it
baffles description, while the fit and finish of these
' lovely summer gowns is absolutely perfect.
And at FIVE DOLLARS we've a special suit as good
as any ever offered at $6.50, The materials include
Lawns, Domestic and Imported Ginghams, Imported
Mercerized Fabrics, Linens, and all the most popular
;'v weaves of the hour,
practical Economy, Good Sense and Good Taste
Suggest a visit to our Wash Suit Department this week
:,. while the range of styles remains unbroken.
ptesent the rooster to Mr
His Hand Badly Lacoratod.
A. K. Duffy, of Mnghnmton, fmmtily
of this Bide, a baggoBcmnster on tho
Lackawanna roud, liatl 1.1m left linnd
badly lacerated by the explosion of n
giant fliec'iocker l-'outth of July.
None of the bones weie shulteied, but
the ilenh was bndly toin and limned,
nnd It will bo sevciul weeks befoic hu
will be able tn use the hand.
Sunday School Picnics.
Ppeclal street cats have been elior
teied to convey tho pupils of St. Mark's
I.uttieiun Sunday school to Nay Aug
park next Thuisday. Tin; cuis will
leave the coiner of Wiiolihtun nnd
fourteenth stretH at S.3U a. m.
The Sunday school of the Jackson
Sheet Uapllst chinch will unite with
tho I'enn Aenup Haptlsts and go to
I.nko Lodoio on Thill sduy.
The Wist Welsh Congiegiitlonnl
chui th nnd Sunday school will unite
with the WVnt Market Sheet Congio
gatlonalistH and go to Luke l.otloie on
Ttitsiluy, Angina 13.
The llpworth league of the Hampton
St ic ft Methodist i:ps(.op.il chinch will
loudiut an exclusion to llnney'H lake
on Wu(ine.Mlu, July LM.
The hllile school of the Washbuin
Stieet I'leMiytetlan ihuitb will plcnlp
at Honey's lake on Wednesday, July
Tho congiegatlon ot St. John's (Sir
in.iti Catholic Lhuich will plinlu at
Weber's groc, J'uyloi, tnniouow.
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Itev i:. A. Boil, ot the I'lv mouth
Congiegatlonal t lunch, Dimpled the
pulpit ot the Washbuin Sheet Pies
1 teil.m church ycsteiduy nioinlng,
iiiul Ui. Moltat spoke at the Plymouth
Mutitei Jacobsln. a coin ei ted Jew,
who set veil In the Spanish-American
war, i elated Ills ronvcislon evpeilenip
at the Jackson Sheet Baptist ihuuh
"Some (heat facts That Show the
Hand of God In Ameilcnn lllstoiy" was
the subjeil of lie v. II. C. McDeimott'n
discouise In the Simpson Methodist
npl-iop.il 'luirih yesterday morning.
Rev. James Bennlnger pienilicd two
excellent sermons xt'stordny to large
longrigatlons nt the Hamilton Stieet
Methodist Kplsiopal ihurcli.
Hev. S. K. Mathews look for Ills
inclining theme xestexlay "Out Na
tional Anthem." At the evening ser
lre of the First HaptlM church the
Sacraments of the Lord's Supper were
Thomas Lvans.of Wilkes-Bane, sang
a solo nt the JacKs-on till cot iiuptlst
ihurch ijst evening. Special musics was
icndcicd hy the choir and orchesha.
Miss Burllngame's and Mr. Burrall's
clashes conduclerl the sei vices in the
Washbuin Sheet. Piesbtetlan chuich
All the membeis of St. Patrick's
ehureh i holr me requested to meet
this eenlng nt the homo of tho oi-
ganlst, Miss Mary Jolinson, to mako
arrangements for their country pic
nic. The Ladles' Aid Rocloty of the Klrst
Baptist church will hold an important
business meeting this evening at the
home of Mrs. John Hrnnt, corner of
Washburn nnd Mullein sheets. The
question of cm pots for the now chuich
will come up for consideration.
The Dew I Sunt lodge of Ivorltcs will
hold u meeting In Co-operative hall
this evening nt ".'JO o'clock, at which
the picsenco of every member Is de
sired, The Lady Crozler lodge, nn auxiliary
of the American l'inteslaiit association,
will hold an lee cicam social this even
ing In D. I). JIvans' hall, near the coi
ner of South Main oventto and Hamp
The annual exclusion of the Dodge
nnd Continental Mine fund will be lun
to Luke Lodole today. Tho oxouislon
tinln will lenc the Dcluwnic nnd Hud
son depot nt 7.30 it. in.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
One of the patients nt the West
Side hospital got on a rnnipagp Satur
day night and made things lively for
tho nurses nnd attendants. Ho made
on unsuccessful attempt to escape and
It was necessaiy to call In assistance
to subdue him.
Walter Mc.Vlchols, of Lueine street,
was ai tested Sahudity by Constable
Tlmothj Jones, on u w an ant Issued at
the Instance of his mother, who
chniges lilm with making lilt eats and
assaulting her. Hu will be given a
A ih culm' cuib has been put In
nt the noithwest corner of Washburn
sheet and Main ncnue, which Is a
big liupi ovement over the old one.
The height ot the stop has also been
low ct cd.
The Wllllani Council (iloe club held
n meeting In Ivoilto hall yesteuUv
afternoon and leheatsed selections for
their pioposed hip thtough Vcimout
Itev. A. L. Ituincr, of St. Mink s imm
plan ihurili, dlcoiuscd ycsteiduy on
"The Snfpguaifta of u Nation." and
"The Supieine Value of the Soul."
Martin McDonough, a -i car-old
boy, icsldlng at 2315 Jackson sheet,
while engaged In a wrestling bout
with another boy lecently fell and
dislocated his knee tap. Pr. J. J.
Biennan was culled to attend him.
Dlstrlit Deputy Giuntl Chancellor
I).ild H. Hxans, of the Knights of
Pythias will Install the newly elected
olllcers ot the follow lug lodges during
the coming week: Tuesday evening,
Ceneral Custer lodge, No. l.il; Wed
nesday p Piling, Patagonia, lodge, Xo.
ISJti, ThuiMl.iy evening, Hlecttlc City
lodge, No. SI.!. Hj.de Park lodge will
Initiate a c la-s of seven nt their
meeting next Filday evening.
A Billable hoi so owned by 1). U.
Hvaus & Co,, the South Main avenue
metchnnts, was ovcicome by the heat
and died last week at Lake Wlnola.
The lemalns of Walter, the Infant
son of Mr. nnd Mrs. IMtriik Phillips,
of Diamond avenue, were interred
in the Cuthedial cemeteiy Satin day
The choll of St. Patllck's Catholic
chinch aio making arrangements lor
a lounhy picnic on l- J. Johnson's
lawn on North Itebeiia aveune on
July trt, 17, and IS for the beneilt ot
the hui oh.
A Talent social Is to bo given at
tho home of Mis. Pi auk Uleason of
3.'" Foiiith stieet on Monday evening
July IS, 1901, vvheie ice cieatn will bo
had, Should Ihe weather be unfavor
able soil.il will bo held In the house.
Mlihis Angle P.eesp, of Ninth Hrte
P.nk aveune. and JIN lleihude Free
man, of South Main avenue, aio In
Hiwtou. They will visit Nlagawi
Kalis and the r.iii-Auiciicau Imposi
tion befoic intuinlng home.
John Phillips, of Canada, is cii dilat
ing among We.sL .Scimiton i datives
and It lends.
Daniel J. Hvans, of South JJncoln
avenue, attended the funeral leiently
of the late Homy Able Ju Husijuo
Mis Mm gai et Jenkins, of Hampton
sheet, had her hand binned on the
rouith by the dlsihaige of a blank
1 ,11 Hldge.
chuilcs Decker, of Noith Sumner
avenue, Is able to be mound aualn
aftei suffiilng seven months fiom In
Juiles. Kiank .Mcl.aln has iPturiied to fien
p.i. N. Y, after u visit at his home
011 Noi th Main avenue.
Misses Millie Coons nnd Kiiiina
Dai Hug and (leoige Daniels and Cal
vin Coons have leturncd homo fiom
Mis. Ailhur Hughes and chlldieu,
of Danville, me the guests of Mi. and
Mis. David It. Hauls', of Noi th Hide
Mrs. tieoige Mllnes nnd children, ot
Vliglnla, aio visiting Mi. and Mis.
Samuel Polhamus, of Noi ill .Sumner
Mi. and Mis. Wllldid l.annlng, of
Noi th Main avenue, have leturned
home fi nm an enjoyable hip tluough
the Now lhigland states.
Miss Kll.ubeih Hotsuoth, of Noith
Hyde Paik avenue, Is quite 111 at her
Wlll.ini Ci aw foul, of Diovv Theolog.
Unl Semliimy, Is visiting his patents
on Noith Hvde Paik aveune.
Mr. and Mis. John Ueiichlei', of
Noi Hi I.linodii avoniie, nro entoit. lin
ing Miss Maine Uilnnell, of New Mil
foul. Mi. and Mis. John Reld, of Moosle,
me visiting Mr. nnd Mis. Charles
Hannlng, of Noith Lincoln avenue.
MKs Agnes Halby. of AVashlngton,
has loturnod honip fiom a visit with
Mi. and Mrs. David JSiudshuw ot L.
Pred. Poftlcy. of Swetland stieet.
has returned homo fiom tho Pan
Hon. John T. Wlllams and daughter
Iteba. of South Main aveune, ate
spending ten days at P.uffalo and Nl
Mr. and Mis. Morgan Thomas, of
Jackson street, returned home Satin
day evening from a seven weeks' hip
Miss Hssle Gilfllths, of Alden, Pa.,
has returned home from a visit with
Miss Hdna D. Hvans, of South Main
Miss Hdlth Wall, of New Yoik, vis
ited friends In town jesterday.
George Weunch and family have re
moved from West Lackawanna ave
nue to North Main avenue.
Peter Maker, of Meiidlan street, has
leturiipd homo from the Pon-Ameil-can
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow a cousli to run unlll It Red brjond Hie
reach c( medicine, 'llirv oltcn wjr, "Oli, It nlll
ftejr away," tut In most cues It w ill wear
llirm auay. Could the) Im induced In try tin
uccn(ul medicine called Ktinp'n tUls.m, whlih
U cold on a poaltlto guarantee to iiirt, they
would lmmrdlatrly tee the excellent rrliit alter
taking the flrat ilo-e. Price 25c. ami bK, Trial
lid tree. At all druj-sliU
Scranton Citizens Gladly
It Is testimony llko the following that
has placed "the little conqueror" so far
above compctltois. When people right
bote at homo raise their voice In praise
theip Is no loom left for doubt. Head
the public statement of a Scranton citi
zen: Mrs, H. Williams, of 1ST North Sum
ner avcnue.Hydp Park.says: "1 had se
VPiopaln In the small of my back, ex
tending upward and mound my waist.
At night It was Impossible to sleep
veiy long In one position, and at tlitiss
the pain mode me so nervous that 1 lay
invoke for hours, turning from one side
to the other, hying to llnd a comfortable-
position. Theic was also a kid
ney weakness that was very iii.noylng
and distressing at times. I was In such
niiseiy nun i wus unaoii' u no mv
woik about the house, and, '.n fact, I
wub completely used up. I resented to
the services of a doctor nnd 1 did me
good, but I was fur hotu being a well
woman. A lady filcnd l commended
noan'H Kidney Pills to me so highly
that I got thpin nt MutthPWH Bios.'
ding stoip. The III st box did me so
much good that I continued the heat-
input and took six boxps altogether. I
iccclved inoio lellef fiom this remedy
in a shoit time thnn fiom all other
lemcdicH 1 had taken."
Kor sale by nil elcalois. Price. r.O
rents a hot, roster-Mllbuin Co.. Buf
falo, N. Y sole agents loi the Unllcd
Itcmember the name Doan s and take
Ilsi Dorothy Diniinlik. of samlrMon cmie,
wilt Ieae tomorrow lor WllmliiKtoii, Del., VNlicre
ehc will mike jl hricl vlit and on the (ollottltitf
Saturday Him PinimlcK. evpnts to tall for Kuk
lind Mi-wps Heine and Veu I.i Tnuclir, ot Mirlon
ntrrct, are siiininering at Moco.
'Hie fimrr.il of Mi. Mai.v C Hiymonil tno.
placi- 'IhurAilai nlternoon fiom Hie home cf her
daughter. Mis C. Cob In, ol I'cnn aenue. inter
ment was made at MilioNin.
Jerome Wade and daughter, r.llzjheth ami
Minnie, of Dclmare Mieet, ircninpininl Vy Vi-n
Annie Morcin, of West scranton, and Ml SikIc
Slcpliein. of Monlro'e, left hat wrek for lliill.il,
Niagara K.ilM and sder Lake. Ihey dl he all.
font ibuut elx week".
1 tro bioke out in the re.ldence of William
lMcr. of Deacon street, Mturdi) afleiunon about
4 fi'ihxk, Vn alirni .is turned in fiom box 71,
ti which the l.inenl I'hlnim. Macoa and
I iberly I1om coinp.ililii irnded 'Hie liou-e
and furniture weie badl.c fhmaeeil Hie hie
ic tliougbt to hice i niutit lioni the clilmmy.
Ilio lo li covered bv iiisurjme.
MIm fnniie Latliiopi', ot .lefteifon acenue, i
fiilcrtalnlng MI1 lilllh llltiioit, ot patrrmn,
Ilie remain of li 1.' C Dimmick. whre
riralli iHcurred in London, l.neland, some tini
ago. hae arriced at her late home Hincral
servhes will bo held today.
The Mis-e Woolnoith, of Dcnwr, are vulllni:
Mij rthur C Fuller, o( North Park.
VIr Klla Parker rrlumed 1o her home in New.
ailc, N .1 , alurdi, after iendinK a weik with
tiiren llidce fl irriiN.
The meeting of promiiicnt fireen llidse cltlcra
wai lield I rid ly evening to t ike anion ioihciimiik
ttic nunc reient cue of ilojr pofioninu, but
was adjourned without inuhins l Ins drfuiitelv
clrtirinlneil upon Anotliei 1I05 died jesterday
and an evununation .ie mule of its ttomai.li.
The pol.nn found w.n the tame .14 ill the other
iars and had lieen adminitried In the Mine waj
Vnothcr uieetinir will be held tonicht. when it i)
expeded oinelhin!: will be derided upon
Hie fnnrnl neivueof the lite (,coiy;e Cinninc,
nt Wheeler plate, rumrid Mturdo nioiiiiuj; it
In o'clnik. m st Paul's ( itliolio iliuiih Hi v
P T. l vtaniK reniluitnl the service. Intciincnt
was made in Hie Diininoic I atliolli lemetii)
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Pee-, i: 1 s, hmiilt, pj.ior of the Chunh of
Pea 1 e, iiftlriilrd at tho (mural of the 1 no ( Inis.
inn "cures eld Sjtmilav afteinoon. Ihe hiium
wne lield il tlie tnnilv residence on 1.1m Murt
and wne laie.rlv -mended 'Ihe Hakei' union,
if wlmh the diet i-cd w is a number, was pici-ont
in a bod). Interment wax inside in the Pittin
avenue icmetcrc The pill-bejrcis weie: ( li.nirj
Mnndi), I hubs lluikel, Vllird llilil, Cieorgo
siliktel and Peter ivlolz. The flower biarcis wlio
lleni.) haolrr and t lurlca Miliolis
'Ihe ill. mine for .'" In gold, which wis to
tike plaie sn, inlay night in st John' ciiuuh.
hill In the niemliirs of tho Anting Men's Insti
ute and tlie llles-ed iljln ndilitv was post
poned until this ricning at S o'elml,
'llio menihcM of the fourteen liiemls held an
outing t'ttciiliv at Hahlnei'a paik. 'Ihe cirtit,
which iiroed to be n veiy enjojable ore, wis
hrgrlv atlendid l the inruihcia and almui hftv
luiiteil guests, with tlich limilks 'the di.v wis
pent In placing of game-c and otlnr .iiiiiieniriit.
Tables for rcficslimonia were aiuiignl at shuly
places b) nnn of the immbeis' vvlic, who wile
kipt buai in veiling lee 11 ram, cake, etc
'Ihe membeis ot the Knights of St. (Jeorge,
Hianeh No ii, met ) merrily afleruoou lu St.
Man 'a lull
lamp e 4'!'), I'sjiiotic Order Sons of Vinerlci,
will inert in regular enion this culling al 3
cm link in llaitman's lull.
William Cionk, of Piwpcit aienue, has ie
tinned fiom a week's at.iv it Huflalo, wheie he
attended the funeral of a rrlitlw.
The alaim of fire ent In fiom bo ,1 jeterdav
wis tiiisirl be fire breaking out on Ihe thiid
floor of Irfiuis Went)'' house, .it ou Morelt imnue
and Deltc stieet Ihe hon- is oceiipled bv Wil
liam labile and familv. 'Ihe tlie was confined to
the upper part of the hoii.e, and was eaii-rd
bv I In' breaking of a lul.i colli pipe, vchiiii
was used on Ihe third floor ns .1 ihlmucy. When
the rl.iuiis who lllt diiiiied eouiileiahle ile
lav was hiiffeied lieiore Ihe key to ihe I ox eould
In sculled Atlcr about ten minutes dclaj the
kev was Muii up. 'Ihe l.lbeilv llo.-c imnpaiiv
was tin hut 10 ie.-ioud aod mioii evtiugullied
llu- Il lines In chemicals', 'the clJmit,e will amount
to about irJrt).
Mi and Mix Tied Vino, of N'olth Main ace
line, euteitalued Mr and Mia, 'lliunus and il ligh
ter foi the pat few dijs,
lliarhsW. Dncson, supeiintendont of the Provl
dineo Methodist I plscopal Sunday school, cave an
addiexs at the service In Hie euning
Tlie I'alher Mhmj cadets will meet in t
Mar'a hall tills riming. All member nic re.
queued to be picrnt, as business of importance
will be) tl.lll-acted.
Miss firaec 'lekles, of riovidence road, has re
turned fiom n two weeks vl.li wltli trieuds lu
W'. II Aekcrson, ot Wood ilrect, is vltlting
Ileinv Smith, ot laetoi.nllle
,1. C Sonieia, ot I'rnildrnie road, spent thi!
lourtli Willi lilrndj at Mountain lake,
John MUluskc. of l omt stieet, lot a team
of valuable hoiiei Ij.t week.
The Potntellc lie company lust a valuable
hoie last week.
'Ihe small child of 1 J. TWitt. of Noith Main
avenue, is l;npioviiB after a seiloui lllnri.
Pea Coal $1.50 a Ton Delivered,
to South Side, central city and central
Hyde Park. Addicss orders to J. T.
Sharkey, 1911 Cedar avenue. Thono
General Wood Improves.
Py Exclusive Wire from The oclated Press.
liavoni, July 7. The tondltlon ot Governor
diueral Wood, who li.is brrn sulfeiing from !
phoid fever, la now much Improved.
SERMON GIVEN BY HEV. O.
He la a Momhor of tho Faculty of
Grant Univorslty at Grant, Ton
nosoo and Yesterday Morning De
livered An Ablo Sormon at tho
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Hooting of tho Borough School
Board Othor Notes and Personals
Itev. G. Harlow Slono, a. member
of the faculty of Oiimt unlveislty, at
Athens, Tonn., and n foimer member
of the Wyoming conference, occupied
the pulpit nt tho Methodist Hplscopal
church yesterday nioinlng. Hp deliv
ered a eiy able dlscouise, taking his
text from Job xxvl: II, "So these are
pans of his was, but how little a
portion Is hputd of him." He spoke In
part as follows:
.fob'a friend oksi "font Ihoil find out the
Almighty unto pirfcitloni" And the twalmlst d.
ilarea of Clod'a uorks: "Ihey cannot bo reck
oned up In order utilo the r ; If I would declare
and speak of tltini tliey aio more than can be
numbered," So, after kludy and contempt ition
of Hod' wnki wo miy well ovelalin, "Who is
mi Kir.it .1 god an our liud? Ihou jrt tlie Cod
that eioet wonders."
We Keck lo know flod by the work of mlure.
We study tho plant nnd animal life a revelled
by the lutcroHcope. We lonipue the mot pclfiet
art with tho fornii of nature tint are copied,
and aiknolcilKe the siiperiniit) ot nature. lo
take tlie tflcs.ope nnd Mil nerns tlie extent of
space, viewing the hundred million of sun Willi
the fr attendlnu woililc, and in Inualnatlon try to
fnu some idea of the life and beauty ol this
gieat imiceie. Hut when we havo curled our
iiiccatlcitions to tlio utmost wc are still led to
exclaim: "bo! TliTso are puts of Ills wajs, but
how little a portion is heard of Him."
While "tho heivens deilare 1lie glory ot fiod,
anil the fliinament showtth UN liimllnork," mo-t
of (Joil Is revelled to us In our lotxcicnca and
rone inu-necs than In nature "Iho 111lu1.1l nn'i
icceivetli not the thitiRs of tlie fpirlt," but the
nvrakrnccl splrituil being tees I5el, not alone in
His power and might, but In Ilia Infinite mercy
and bwing klndiu'vi. When wc commune with
our own hearts, wc aee and hear moie of (,od,
Joseph Cooke, jmt dee ea-ed, said: "In nature
we see (led as by at ti light; lliioujtli our own
consilrnie lie ia ncn bv inouiilight; while
throu;li rccelitlon in Ills wind lie is been in full
aunliglit " So, in (lod'a vcord we see mote and
hear more cf Him than thromth eonsilente. Hire
we learn ot the fathrrhood of Cod, of Ills Intitule
love and long tiiifTering. Wo leun of the prlvi
Icpcs olferril man, of tho home piepared for htm,
and of the beauties and attractions of that home,
llul when by seirehlug we hive found out all that
we on couiprchrnd, atill mu-t it be tine, "l.ol
These are puts of Ills vvjis, but how little a por.
ion is lleaid of llim " Hut some day moic will
le mcii, more will be heanl bv those wlio earn
estly desire it. It is our pilclligo. re wo o
living tint it will be oun to enjoy that which
is perfect when that which id in pait tliall be
dene aw a with?
Meeting of School Board.
The school boai d met lu 1 ocular
monthly meeting on Saturday night.
Itegular routine business was tians
actcd and the pay 1 oil for the last
18 days of school was approved.
Committee In charge of the vailous
buildings vvoip Inshucted to have
such rcpalis made as lu their opinion
would be found nceesaty. It was
decided th.it the election of teacheis
for the ensuing year would take pl.no
at the HPXt meeting, which will bo
held at tho tall of the chalimuri.
The Ladles' Aid soilcty of the Tics
byteil.in chuicb will meet on Tluus
day nfternoon with Mis. Wilson Deck
er of I'hcriv stieet.
The Hoy's Outing ilub under the
guidance of Itev. W. V. llibhons, will
st.ut this inclining tor 11 week's out
ing nt Orauitvillc.
X. H. Huvves of Haiishuig spent
Sunday at Jloy.il Tail's on Hlakcly
Mrs, Jno. Vok mid little daughter
mo gttcsU of Mix. A. IJ. Hlacklutou
at 'The Homestead."
Miss Hdllh l.e.un, ot I.opcA Is a
guest at the homo of Mrs. M. W,
Chembeilln of niakely stieet.
I.ettcis remaining unclaimed duilng
the pei lod ending July ti, 1001. Per
sons calling tor these letteis please
Xclle nauctt. Mis. Anthony Uanctt,
K. Council, lb! Madison avenue, W.
R. l'Nli, (!eo. M, Koole, Thos, (laugh
nn, Mis, Small Hctzell, Jno. Hllsnci,
Mrs. Urldget Ige (K). C. H. Joslan,
Ulun sheet. Henry Laubaehei, Mich
ael Itudy, Mis. p., Siotl, Michel Hus.
o (P, Ciattano Zaun (K.). Angelo
Maglleio, JncKo T.ivnch (R), Majk.
Dauxcsislu (K.), V.iliar Vitsllyl (K),
Jno. Ynuhnsi!, Kuiiunlii Jlka (1.), Ho
r.rOi:Ni: i:WNS, one or the cltv's
mullein licit,, illcd Saturday evening; at
his linine. O.'J i;xnen hlicct, nttei ,1
sheii t illnesie lie had not enjoved the
he',t of health lor a number of vc.un,
Ho vviiei appointed on the mall lmco by
Postmiihter I). M, Jones about tvelve
yeais asn. Deceased was 37 ycai.s ot
jfie. and wan a son of Jonas C, Kvans.
The fnnoial will lake plain fiom tho
house at 1 o'lluck tmnnirovv afteinoon.
Intci nient will he made In the Wash
burn street cemetery,
sin?, i:sTiu:n uvans. wife or
Thomas Kvuns, died on S.ituiday at
her lioinp. 13.' Sadie plate. She Is mii
vived by her hUhhund and tbicc chil
dren, Mm. Charles Heed, Miss l.lllle
and Kiteeno Uvans. The f uncial will
take pluco at ir.30 o'clock this aftei
inioii fiom tho house. Inteimciit will
bo iiiatle In the Wiiflibuin stuct icine
toiy. TO MAKE FINGERS FLY.
Reading Aloud by One of the Work
cis in n Factory.
I'mm t lie lliiej.o Iloiorel llculil
"Oust! llust! t), Uubt! Kcud loud
ci." Tho sin 111 voices of Kills rliifr down
a lonn loom, lu which the air lb heavy
with tho odor of tobano. No one Is
MiiokliiR-, but tob.uco is to be Muelt cv
eiyvvhere. Tht odor Is deep In tho hair
of tho girls, at their linger tips, In tho
libra of their diesse. When one
moves the aioma moves.
"Ciust, kIvo us iuoio love m-ou-o-r-o
The girls slnlek with l.uiBhtcr. A
fotciuuu laps uiiKrlly and theio Is Pl
lenic. nut In a moment Is hoaid tho
voko of "llust," raised now- to a high
pilch. Ho Is leading fiom a magazine.
"The young couplo utood with locked
nuns, looking out over tho valley. At
the sound of her vnlio they clasped
each other close lu nn embrace ot pas
slounto pi otcst against tho Intrusion
of this other soul. Then they turned
toward the sunset and went bluwly
and reluctantly Into the house."
Again tho babblo of gills' voices and
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
With its array of special values, is a bargain day,
not because it is Monday, but because our best en
deavor is given to offering a choice line of merchandise
at prices much below the regular prices. Judge of the
opportunities to invest your money economically from
the following price list :
Lawns 28 inches wide, in
a large assortment of patterns.
5 cent quality Mon- Ot-,
Batiste We call it the Wood
bine. It is 29 inches wide and
is usually worth 8 cents Jr
a yard. Monday t--
Dimitics Lawns, Batistes
and Percales. Values jr
up to 10c Monday 3z C
Crepe Tissue In some new
designs and colorings. Good
value at 18 cents. a
Shaker Flannel The An
usual 6c grade, Monday. . T"iC
Pcrcnles rirrht nnrl rl.irlf
I grounds, 1 yard wide. T&r
I Tor rrrnilA Mnrwliir J 4.L
Pillow Cases Made of one
of the best brands of Muslin,
size 45 x 36. Mon- 'r
Bed Sheets Unbleached ;
sue 72x90. Mon- -ja.
Bed Sheets Unbleached ;
size 81 X90. Mon- a j
Foulards, Pongees Good
assortment of colors and pat
terns. Regular price j
25 cents. Monday IOC
Calicos Percale finish in
percale patterns. Mon- a t
Wool Serges 34 inches wide
in old rose, reseda, castor, blue,
navy, and black. Mon- n
day 1 loxW
Wool Challics 38 inches
wide. A good quality, soft
finished fabric; all colors in
cluding black. Good 1 q
value at 29c, Monday. . . . VC
Jonas Long's Sons
, ,1 C3n
the luud rapping of the foicman te
Many of the largo cigar factoiles.
vvheie fiom a hundicd to seveial hun
dred men, women and gills aro om
plojcd In tho making of clg.us, lind
that if some light amusement is pio
v Itled for the oiviipatlon of their minds
while they whirl tobacco leaves Into
shape twice and thieo times as much
woik is pcrfoimed ns If they weto lot
alone. This fact Is well known to
inanufactuiers of the chaiucter of tho
Host it nussell company, the Heiri
maiis, Cicnnan, Moos. Vnlleus and oth
eis. The vvoikeis left to bit In silence
whllo ihey caio for llllcr, vvrappei and
llnal peifectness of cigar shape grow
Indolent, earelebs. slow, and their dally
letuins ol cigars mauufactuicd show
It. Hence tho Intiocluctlon of a "lead
er," or music, or a music box. The
woikci.s aie Instantly cheeied up, their
lingers move faster, they huvo occupa
tion for both body and mind, nnd the
gain Is not alone their own, but that of
This Idea of entertaining ihe hands
engaged lu cigar manufacturing Is not
a new one In Chit-ago. Spain knew It
yens ngo, and I'ttba has pranked It
for years and yeais. The wealthy
inanufue tutors of Spain having huge
plantations of tobacco In various parts
of the woild hlro full oiehestuiH to
play lor their woikpeople at times
w hen It Is particularly necessary to get
out large outers. Hovei.il of tho larg
est manufacturing linns In Havuui
today, firms which supply tho Chicago
tiade, havo oichestras regulaily en
gaged or "readers" who take the host
bits of Spanish llteiatuie and In not
unmusical tones lead them oft to their
comiadcs. These "readers" oic almost
Invariably chosen fiom out ot tho
j auks of tho workpeople themselves.
Tho scene In some of tho gicat Chi
cago establishments when n leader
llko (lust Is presenting a particularly
lively bit of llteratura Is worth witness
ing. Take for Instance Gust's piesrn
tatlon of "Uncle Homus and the Tnr
IJaby." Ho was at this a short time
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
All Wool French Surah
Serge In royal blue, castor,
brown, navy, red, green and ,
mack. xjOQd value at -2Q- ,
Coc. Mondav 0"C
White Goods and Linens1
Victoria Lawns Fine qual-,
(ties, 30 inches wide, vl-
10c grade. Monday .... W2C
Bed SpreadsWe'll call it a
Summer Bed Spread because f
it's so light, bplendid quali
ties, new patterns. Mon-.
Table Damask Bleached and
cream. 62 inches wide, new 1
designs; good value
Toweling In white and ,
brown, best quality of cotton
twilled, usual 5c quality. -57
Standard Toweling Thc
kind that usually sells at rv '
I2jic. Monday. IUCi
White Goods In fancy check '
and stripes. Values up g -g 1 ,
to 15c. Monday II0C1
Turkish Towels The larg-i
est, finest and the best, 'ja ,
A Clean Up Sale of Remnants ,
in Table Damask and odds and ,
ends in Napkins at and below 1
Silks Three Kinds,
24 Inch Printed Foulards-
Best quality, in all the newest '
and most fashionable colorings.
Values up to 75 cents. "2Q-
MnnH.iv 5t ,
All-Silk Taffeta 10 in. wide. '
A heavy rustling quality suit
able for rich lining or dress pur
poses; all shades. A lot of
remnants in fancy silks, a q- (
xalnps nn tn Si. MondavT't,
Lining Silk 24 inches wide,
a heavv twilled taonc witn a 1
beautiful silk finish in brown,
red, blue and pirjk, and e
rpH nnd Mark. Mondav .JC
You cannot afford
to create a poor impression of your
business standing and ability.
You will if you send out cheap,
trashy printed matter.
We do the kind of printing that
makes a hit, inasmuch as we have
THE material and employ people
who know their business.
the Tribune pub. Co.
ago when the ilgann.ikcrs, the strlp
peifi, the packets and nil the others
lonierned In piodmlng a cigar vvero
crowded Willi the littriy of getting out
5,000,000 cigars In one outer.
fhihtby 01 deis lett his bench nnd sat
himself upon n table with his leg.s
crossed, his coat and vest off, nnd
himself icuily for a reading. BecaiiFo
everyone was under gieat tension ho
selected houiethliig humninus, some
thing th.it would case tho llngeis and
make tho mind blighter. Whan ho
opened his mouth theio was no sound
lu tho loom hut the slight rustling of
tobacco leaves or the low cough of a
Kv cry body Is listening, everybody Is
lutcMestod. lleie arc boys and girls
who have had little opportunity for
school work, who havo enjoea few ad
vantages In life, but they aro gieatly
Interested In thoi.c clean, wholcsoma
btoiii's, and flust Is their favorlto
(lust or Oustavo Hornboig Is a Her
man clgarmaker with a bonorous volco
and quite a knowledge of general llt
eiatuie. Tho linn he vvotks for pro
vide such books as he tails for and he
leads whenever It Is nccesary. His
leadings do not diminish his pay. It
remains tho same as If he wcio at his
benih making clg.us.
Ilornbei'g disclaims much of the
praise put upon him by his associated
for his ecellent leadings.
"I onli give them," he s.is, "what
will lutei est. In (lennany In any kind
of woik vv hero many pcoplo aie to
gether some ono leads or sings. It Is
just like nslirimou In a boat coming
home. If Miino one stalls a song It U
easier to low and better time is made.
They glvo soldleis music for the samo
"One gets very .stupid over the to
bacco If theio Is nothing going on lu
the loom, Vour head teels as If It
weighed a ton. Of course, you don't
mako so many rlgai. Hut wllh lead
ing or muslu tho time pabbrs quickly
ami you do better woik and more