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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, .JULY 31, 1901'
FOR THE DEAD
FIVE FUNERALS IN THIS PART
OF THE CITY.
Boys Who Entorod Houser' Harness
Store Woro Held In $250 Bail by
Magistrate DavU-Son of Patrick
Joyce Bitten by a Dog Union Ex
cursion to Go to Harvey's Lako
Tomorrow Meeting of the Colo
nial Club Tonight Personals and
Short Nows Notes.
non, Charles McCarty,
Cairoll, M. Barrett.
1 Klrloy, J.
Camp 178, P. 0. S. of A.
The Colonial club of camp No. 178,
P. O. 3. of A., will Immediately after
the regular meeting of the camp thin
evening convene for the purpose of
trflnBaetltiK Important business The
presence of every member Is earnestly
The Colonial club Is composed of
some of the most progressive )otinK
men of Camp ITS, and dining the past
six months they have furnished pome
very entertaining social sessions Tor
the menibcn of the major older.
The club has prepared nn ex( client
entertainment for this evening and
every member should attend, and en
joy the first class cigars that the bos
liave ptovldecl. A eiy enjn)nile ana
Institutive evening Is anticipated.
terlzcel the wound, which Is not con
The dog Is owned by Mr. Hullnrd, of
the same court, nnd will bo shot im
mediately. NOTES AND PERSONALS.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mai tin
McDermott took plate yeMerday mottl
ing nt i) o'clock from the Holy Ctos
"church, inteiinent helng made In the
Cathedral cemeteiy. The pall-bearers
were William Jtoche, Patrick Sheridan,
John Shcildnn, Patilik lingers. Pattlck
Conway nnd I.itilk Kuwait.
The lat- William White's funeiat took
plicc cMcidnyiifteiriuin at L'.SO o'clock
from the Holy Cross church, inteitnent
was made In the Cntlieduil lemetciy.
St. Pctei's i'lfe and Ilium cenps and
St. Peter." cadcte, both of which the
young man belonged to, attended In a
body. The pall-hcaiers weic John Kcl
ley, Patrck l.e.ihcm, Miles Moffatt, Jo
seph Sheildan, John Mahon. John Con
wav, and Piank liwln and Miles Hatch
fold cat lied the flow en-, which were
banked around the asket In profusion.
Many filetul wen- piesent at the
funeral s-cilie over the late Jeiemlah
Simmon", whlih took pl.no yestctdny
afternoon ftom the home of his sister,
Mis. Durden, of Swetland street, llev.
P. I'. Matin ws, of the Khst llnptl.it
church, oillilated. lnteinient was made
In Washblnn stieet remetet). The pall
bearers weie Homy Martin, llounid
Davis, Michael Plvnn, 'harle Chalks,
Thomas Fletcher and William James.
The funeral of the late Chester Cam
eron was held cstei day afternoon from
St. Matk's Lutheran chuiih. Hev.
llatncr olllclatlng The pall-beaieis
weie Prltz Itiibatils anil William I.ad
man, of the Oolrlen l'acle, 15 B Athet
ton. of the C.iand Army of the Repub
lic; George Heck and Jai oh Heni of
the Hail Garl Inttimcnt wns made In
Washbuin t-ticct cemeteiy.
The funeial of the late James Cole
man was held oMeidny nioiiilng from
St. Pattlck s ihurch. Interment was
made In the Cathedial emeterv The
pall-beareif. weie P Mima) P Han-
Prances Johnson, u woman of color,
living at 410 South Klghth stieet, had
u wan ant Issued, esteiday, for the
an est of Kllzabeth, Davles, of Kelley's
patch, on the chaige of threatening to
kill, calling vile names and using In
decent and ptofane language. At tbo
hearing befoie Alderman Kellow the
Davis woman was held In JJOO ball.
C. U Mott nnd Mrs. Tlllle Scheelrs,
of llvans' court, had a wairant Issued,
yesterday, for the nil est of Ihnlly
Iteese on the chatge of being a com
mon scold. The prosecutors allege
that in July 1!" the defendant called
them vile names, which and In many
other ways sought to Induce them to
quarrel. The ltcese woman waived a
heating nnd Aldeiman Kellow put ncr
under $300 ball.
The Union Excursion.
The committee having In charge the
union exclusion of the Hampton street
Methodist, Washburn street Pieeby-
teiian and Simpson Methodist churches
to Harvey's lake today have made
every effoit to make this a never-lobe-forgotten
good old-fashioned basket
Thete will be a three-legged race,
sack race, telay race, and potato nice,
with prizes valued at one dollar, fifty
cents, one dollar ami fifty cents, nnd
fifty cents, respectively. Thete will
nso be a game of base ball between
mauled and single men. and seveial
yacht races on the lake. Ti.ilns will
leave the Delawaie and Hudson depot
at S o'clock shaip.
Tiocp and Almond Cream remocei
redncca of the skin nnd KOothcj tho
pain ct funlium In ore night. Take
a bottle with jou on jour vacation.
FOB SLE BY O . Jr.NMNS.
Boys Held in Bail
In the police station, estculay morn
ing. Ira Heese and Dale Shlffei, the
Ivivs who broke Into P.. B. Hotisei's
harness stote on Monday evening, weie
glvn a heailng.
Police Magisttate Davis held tnem in
tZZtt hail each for their appeaiance at
Bitten by a Dog.
The little son of Patrick Joyce, of
Chi 1st couit, was bitten by a dog on
Monday while playing near his home.
Di L A. Crist was sent for, and cau-
A Real Bargain Sale
Of High-Class Embroideries
They're New. They're Beautiful. They're
Just What Well Posted Buyers Want, and
Yet Any Portion of This riarvelous Bargain
Purchase flay Be Yours
For Less Than Half Price
The assortment includes Embroidered Edgings from
i to 12 inches wide, with Insertions to match.
There are hundreds of pieces to choose from, and not
a last year's pattern in the lot.
Miss Cecilia Sheerln, of Trice street,
Is entertnlnlng Miss Davcttu Corrlgan,
of Kail Hlver.
Mrs. Hnrrlet Mott nnd mother, of
South Mnln avenue, ate homo from
llenjamln Jones nnd family, of Sum
ner avenue, have returned homo from
A lunnway horse caused some little
excitement on South Main avenue yes
Mis. K. 11. VinntJ!, of l'llzabeth
street, Is homo fiom Harvey's lake.
Joseph J. Oreen and family, of North
Sumner n venue, have returned home,
after camping for n month nt Gravel
Thomas K. Uviun, of t.uzcrno street,
Is home from Philadelphia, where he
lias been on business.
Joseph D. Lewis, of Washington, D.
C , Is visiting his mother of West Lo
Christian Holder and Alfred Heed
returned from Alfoid ycsteiday with a
bushel of llsh.
A blithday party was held on Mon
day evening, In honor of Miss Mary,
the daughter of Mis. Patrick Muldctlg,
of Tripp park.
Tho Slsteis of Hethany met last even
ing at the vestry looms of St. David's
The eive-ln nt the coiner of Petto
bone street and Hyde Park avenue has
been tilled In by the stieet depaitntent
Itobcit Kelley, of this side, wns
caught undei a fall of rock vestetdny
morning at the Central collleiy, and
Miss Mniv McDeunott. of Lafnyetto
street. Is visiting at Philadelphia and
Michael Hiady, a miner nt the Ml.
Pleasant collleiy, was caught under a
falling pi op jestetday which bioko his
Lieutenant Thomns L. Williams Is
home fiom the Pan-Amei lean.
Chailes Clbbs, of South Main nve-
nue, has returned troni a visit to mng
hamtott. Mis Hen Jones and family, of Sum
ner avenue, aie home fiom Justus.
Those who have not )t made te
tuins of tho tickets for the countiy
picnic are leiitiested to do so to Miss
Johnson, of 313 Noith Itebecen nvenue
A large oik on Academy stieet was
struck by lightning and split In several
The new flag pole of the Cambila
cemeteiy on Washburn street was
stttick by lightning and badly shat
A nig peddler inn Into the wagon of
James rinnetty, the stove and scale re
pairer, on Washbuin stieet, last even
ing. Mr. Klnneity lost a wheel and
pait of an ale iiy the affair.
Last evening about 0 o'clock the
West Side hospital ambulance was
called to the Luk.iwanna station,
wheie It i delved an eldeily woman by
tin- name ot Miss Moxey, of Hethlchem,
who wns taken 111 on the 9 o'clock
train. She was taken to the hospital,
and her condition Is said to be Im
The Misses Mcilee, who weie visiting
A. H Holmes, of South Main avenue,
have icttirned to his home, after a visit'
to the Pan-Anieiican, Canada and the
A huge gang of caipenteis have been
placed at wuik on the riist Baptist
chin c h,
The William Council (life club met
fur piactlcc In lvoilte hall last evening.
The liwii social held last evening by
the Allls mission, on Keyset nvenue,
was a tln.uu lal success, a huge amount
of money being i delved.
A lawn -olal will be given this even
ing by duss No. 7 of St. Maik's I. nth
eian Sunday school, on the chuuh
lawn All the dalntlis of the season
will be for sale.
Mrs. Mltzel nnd Miss Mnmte Ruddy, of
Court street, will spend a couple of
weeks at their cottage nt Starlight.
Hosmnn Vail, of Court street, is
visiting Willie Finn, of Crystal lake.
Mrs. Herbert 13. Coon, of ninghnm
ton. N. Y Is visiting Miss Hattlo Vail,
of Court street,
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. D. Terwilllnger, ot
Providence rond, Is spending a week nt
Miss Ornco Thomas, of Diamond
avenue, has returned from spending
u few days with friends In Carbon-
Hugh Moore, of Providence road, Is
spending u couple of weeks nt Thomp-
The son of Joseph Slckler. ot Thllo
street, Is seriously III of typhoid fever.
Mlf Ornce Slckler, of Providence
toad, Is visiting In l'eckvllle.
Otto Vockroth, of New York city,
has returned after a few days' visit
with his brother Charles, of Provi
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Congregation of Oorman Presbyter.
ian Church to Erect a Parish
House on Site of Old Church.
The work of tearing down the old
ficrmnn Presbyteilan church nn Hick
ory street has begun, and within a
few months a handsome parish house
of modern design nnd construction
will take the place of this old building,
which was built in 1V" nnd was used
as a church uutll IRS", when the beau
tiful stone stiuctuie, now occupied,
Since then the old building bos been
used as a patisli house Recently It
wns found to be Inadequate, and the
tiustees arranged for the consttuction
of a new patlh house, which will cost
$-0,000, and is to be completed by Dec.
The new building will be of bilck,
two stoiles high, and will be Si by fiO
feet In sbo. On the first lloor will be
the Infants' depaitment, chinch par
lor, tending loom nnd kitchen. The
second floor will contnln a Inige hall
for meeting purposes and other pat Mi
events. A lecture loom will also be
on the "tond lloor.
Boy's Narrow Escape.
rell. the fi-year-old son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. V. Stilck, while playlm; limit
the unllnlsiw sewer on Cedar avenue
last evening with some companions,
fell In and was almost drowned. The
sewer, which contained about eight
feet of water from the heavy rains,
wns the place for play of the bnjs.
List evening some of them had gath
cied there, among them young Strick,
who In some unknown way got too
near and fell In nnd would have
dt owned but for the timely assistance
of Oeotge Kell, Jr., 11 enrs old, who
gtabhed Strick and held on to him,
yelling for help.
Fted Reutehler heard the cries, ian
to his assistance and took the boy
from the deep, muddy water almost
dead. A physician was summoned and
after a half hour's work succeeded In
bringing tho child to life again.
The Entire Main Center Aisle
Is given up to this remarkable sale, and the entire
purchase has been grouped into
Four Memorable Bargain Lots at
Funeral of Peter Pitt.
The funeral of Peter Pitt, who wns
burned to death at the Lebanon blast
furnaces Sunday morning, took place
yest-it'ny afternoon at - o'cloi It fiom
the tesldcnce of his parents on Pitts
ton avenue. The services over the re
mains weie held at the house by Rev.
13 Schmidt They weie lntgely at
tended by the ninny fi lends of the de
ceased young man.
At the conclusion of the seivlces the
lenialns weie taken to the Mlnook.i
cemetery tor lnteinient. The pall
bcaieis weie Vied Neher, August
Dielslng, Jacob Fair nnd August Hei-mar.
5c the yard 10c the yard
15c the yard 25c the yard
The c ongiegaflons of thd Welsh
Congiegatlonal chinch of West Mai
kel stieet and the Old elsh Congie
gatlonal chinch of H.vde Park will inn
a joint exclusion to Lake Lodore Au
gust 13. This excursion is expected to
be one of the most successful ever inn
by an of the chinches of this section,
as tho whole congiegation is making
earnest cffoi ts to see which one will
sell the most tickets, Theie will be a
sack nice toi bojs, one-iu,iiter mile
dash for joung men, egg lace, boat
lace and vailous other dlveislons.
Anthony Yasnioka, of Tilpp park,
was attested jestetday on a wanant
Issued at the Instance of his wife,
Miry Yasnoika, for dlsordeily con
duct and assault and battety. He wna
lined $5 by Magistrate Flldei.
The annual icunlon of the voting
people of the Welsh Haptlst chuiches
of Noi theastein Pennsvlvanla will
take place this year at (lien Onokn,
August JO, Lxcuislon tialns will be
run on that day fiom tho towns of
Schuylkill, Caibon, Luzerne and Laik-
iw.innn counties at veiy low tales.
The f.uo for the iound tllp ftom Scian-
ton will be $1 23 for adults and 7."
cents for children. Tickets may be
had lu Piovidence fiom the oung peo
ple of the Memoilal Haptlst church.
Miss Maiy 13, Lewis' Sunday school
class of the M. 13, chinch will give
an Ice cicam social on the lawn of
Mis. Cornell, 2"S1 Noith Main avenue,
Thuisday evening, to which the pub
lie Is extended a coidlal Invitation.
One of the pilnelpal articles which
will be on sale at the lawn social will
be home-made candj.
John 13. Lynott and William A. Ly
nott, of Wpst Maiket stieet, have gone
to Ruftaln to view tho Pan-American
exposition. Fiom thete they will go
Miss Cecilia O'Hoyle, of William
stieet, Is spending ten dnjs at points
nlong the Hudson ilver.
Samuol McMullen Buriod.
The lemalns of the late Samuel Mc
Mullen wete ponslgned to their tin a I
testing place In the Cathcdtal ceine
lerv jestoiday morning.
The funeial took place from the tesl
dcnce of Mis. Holland nt 216 Stone
avenue, and icinoved to St. Pctei's
cathedial, where a lequiem mass was
celebiated, after which the funeial
cortege moved to the Cathedral ceme
To Finish tho Basement.
Work Is to begin upon the basement
of the new Chuich of St. John the
KvaiiRolist. This pa it of the new build
ing will be finished so that It can bo
used for hall purpci-es It Is the Inten
tion of the congiegation to let the
chinch stnn I lu Its unfinished state lor
some time befoie work on the Intetlor
Is to be commenced.
The basement, howevei, will be fitted
up and utilised for p.ulsh puipoc3
An "Unlucky Boy.
Fied Dieter, the voting son of Police
Setgeant Kobeit Dletei, Is a eiy un
lucky boy. A shoit time ago he fell and
bioke his arm, and had been out of the
house for only a few das vestotday
when he met with another accident.
He was tiding on a wagon, fiom
which he attempted to alight while it
was lu motion He (.lipped, anil, having
one nun In a sling, was unable to ie
galn his balince nnd fell. His left leg
slid under the wagon wheels, both of
which passed over it it the ankle, tear
ing the ligaments and setlously spi, lin
ing It. He was taken to his home, whcie
ho tecelved medical attendance.
Most of them are vrorth more than double the prices
The Sale Starts This Morning.
NUBS OF NEWS.
of Pateison, N. J.. Is
Isaac Hailor, of Monsey
Miss Peail Lldstnne, of Sandeison
avenue, will leave today for the Pan
Miss Anna Vail nnd Miss Ida Ward,
of Couit street, nio visiting filends at
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thomas, of Dia
mond avenue; Mrs. 0. T. Mller and
THE HOMLIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
if tcrll u the lundiomcit, and otlirn
n Invited to call en any UruzKlit and k"C
Irre a trial bottlo ot Kcmp'a miam tor thi
Throat and Lungs, a rrmedy that la cuauntrcd
to cure and relict e all Chronic and Acute Couch",
Allium, llruiichllis and C'ouumtiun. 1'rico lie.
To Make a Woman of Eggs
Tako 1000 eggs, break and whisk them thoroughly. Ypn r
have now tho elements necessary to make U perfect woman,
weiclnnc: ono hundred and twentv-iive pounds, if vou can put the
elements properly togethor. That " if " is as gigantic as- the if of
Archimedes : ''If I had a fulcrum for my lever, I could' movo the
world." But if woman can't bo made she may be mended. The
beauty of woman, the fairness, of her form, the brightness of her eves.
tho soft curves and dimples of her cheeks, all depend on health. When the
health begins to woai and fray, and ravel, tha color dies out of the cheeks.
tho eyes lose their lustre, the form becomes spare and angular. Color is-the
symbol of life, pallor the sign of death. It is the death, of beauty when the
cheek becomes pale and the eyes lose their lustre. These are the signs .of pHv
sical decay and failing vitality.
Tho general health of woman is so closely linked with tho local Health of the
delicate womanly organism that when she begins to fade and fail the first enquiry
is as to the functional health. Are there regularities and drains, or. inflammar;
tion, ulceration and female weakness ? Then there will surely be headacher back-'
acho, nervousness, sleeplessness and loss of appetite. Therewill bo dark rings
about the eyes, sallow cheeks, and physical languor. " "
There is no medicine which will so quickly restore the womanly health asvDr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It regulates the periods, dries debilitating drqins,
heals inflammation and ulceration, and cures female weakness. It makes the
baby's advent practically painless and gives abundant strength to nursing mothers.
"Favorite Prescription" contains no alcohol, neither opium, cocaine nor any
"I was troubled with female weakness for eight years, and suffered more than lean tell," writes Mes.
Gust. Moser, of Ovando, Deerlodge Co., Mont. "My disposition was affected to such an extent, that
to say a pleasant word to anyone was almost an impossibility.
" I had two operations performed by one of the most skilled surgeons of the West, but did not
get relief. Then, against my doctors strict orders, I commenced taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription and uolaen weaicai uiscovery,- ana aiso lonowea uie aavice given m tne ionnnon
Sense Medical Adviser. '
"I continued this treatment for three months, and to-day am as healthy and well as a woman
can be. 1 cannot thank Dr. Pierce enough for his kind letters to me."
" I was a great sufferer for six years and doctored all the time with a number of- different'
physicians but did not receive any benent," writes Mrs. George bogden, 641 Bonda Street;
Saginaw, (South), Mich. "One day as I was reading a paper I saw your advertisement,
ana aitnougn J. naa given up au nope 01 ever getting Deiter.tnongjn x. wotua write 10 you. .
When I received your letter telling me what to do l commenced to take your medicine
and follow your advice. I have taken ten bottles in all, also five vials of the Pleasant
Pellets. ' Am now regular after having missed two years and suffered with pain in
the head and back. I was so nervous, could not eat or sleep. Now I can thankeJE??-
you for my recovery."
Women suffering from chronic forms of disease are invited
to consult Dr. Pierce by letter free, and so avoid the in
delicate questionings, the onensive examinations and
obnoxious local treatments considered necessary
by local physicians. Dr. Pierce, assisted by ins
medical start or nearly a score or specialists;
nas in a little more than thirty years
treated and cured over lialr a mil
lion women. Write without
fear or fee to Dr. E. V.
rhatles Dunleavey, of I'ittston ave
nue, ts spendlnB hit vacation with
filends nt New York city.
Thomas Kearney, of KIr stieet, Is ill.
Miss Ida White, of Paibondale, lias
retumed home after a week's stay with
ri. and Mis. J. J. Walsh, of Plttsion
James Connell lodKC No. 170, Iui
p'noent Older of Odd KHoas wMI
inert in lecular sebslon thU venlnif.
The Mlsbes Ann and Janet Jones, of
Plttston avenue, have leturned from n
two weeks' visit nt Hinuklyn, N. Y.
Mlss Agnes Connelly, of West Ml
nook.i, Is vIMtlnsr Ml. Daisy Donnelly,
of PI) mouth.
Mr. and Mrs. John Matk, of Hi 00k
lyn. N. Y are visiting Mr. and Mis. O.
P. Helrleglc of Cedar avenue.
Joseph O'Malley, of Plttston avenue,
Is at Delawaie Water Oap.
V team if hoi.ra belonging to Mlilnrl Horn,
lord, ot Dilnkfri Hifl, wore (.truck 1 tihl.
nine Vlondjj night uMle In tlie i4tine HcM Jinl
Mr K J. UnnclcMid, cl )illm)' acmir, ll
ienlinK a month with rclat.vn In the wcsiern
part ot th Hate
Mri Victor I'lncVnc' U thi Kiiwt "I Mr.
rincknrj'n nairnU, Mr. and Mr llailind I'mik
tie, ot llloom lrrtt. Shr arrlfd In New Uik
un Mnmlat. coiiiinr (rom Porto lllco, Her hiu-
hand iwt her In New ork nt thO" anlNfd line !
jratrntay afternoon. Mter a tav 01 auoiu a
week in town they will b'u 1 Washington, where
thee will rrsido Mi Pun kii Iijmii,
mint ixt.uiin time
M, nut Milarliwl, "f Viiiiailiil", h i iiiiiuiwl
to lii-c li mc utlci riitnilnu eocrjl iIjs with
(riindi in to.n
VIim Mi, 0 (otlrll, oi I'lwiiiititli. Is villlns at
JoMph Hi ilijV, on lliimti Mint.
Mrs. i: lmk. .1 fonnir iriitlt nt hnr, i
the cl t Vi. ami Mis. (I . II Allen, i(
Iilteri iriuiiniiiir uml liimil during tm period
cndliiK .1 ill J7, W. Pimm 1 illliu' fur Ihe-.i
leltew will pliaw iv adntleili Mrs. I., t.
Iiiiiis, Mhctt Line, liruo Maililoik, IP MiIIm.ii
ii ime, M I. Milnijip, titmiri Mil hln, lohn
Pirker, May IIiuIm, caip iiwnn IIiiiiip. I' I.
II111I111. Ir ," I'llPinliiiri:, W I) '"icklc, 313
Niw oik lreet
'Hio Uruluii luiio who as killul In the iv
plli-ll II .It lllinnll w I till tull Ot (.lor.'O W.
JulK, Of HlOlk btlllt
torment will be made In the Cathedral
The funeial of the late .lenkln T 1M
watds will take plat e at hl home. Ill
South UeboccM avenue, Tildny at 3
n'clni-k Interment will lie made In
the Wnshbutn stieet cemetery.
The funeial nf the late Ida Huitlinlo
nie will take place nn Thursday after
noon troni the home of O It. Hell. U27
Noith Ninth stieet lnteinient will be
made In the Cambila cemeteiy.
The funeral of Ocnrge Wens will
tako place this afternoon nt -1 o'clock
fiom the tamlly residence on Pig
stieet. lnteinient will be nude in thu
Potent Hill cemeterv.
The funeral ot l.)mnn K. Wnodiuff
will take plaie ftom hli home, iOS Tenth
stieet, Tluusdav lnteinient will be
mado at Salem, Wrjiw count).
JO.snPH C OlU.KTTi: died nt his
home on Tin nop sticot. nuniuore, yes
teiTlay afternoon tit I o'clock, nfter nn
Illness of about two ye.us He win
bnin near what l now Wlmmers Sum
mit, toity-slx ycais ago. He had ic-
slded In nunnioto for tlie last ::tteen
years, and duilng that time had boon
nctlvo In tho aftalis of tho Clulstlan
chuuh. He Is suivlved by his widow
and the following chlldieiu Asa. Ray
mond, Otto. Daisy nnd Kloiome. The
funeial hci vie 01 will be held at tho
Clulstlan church on Thuisclny moinlng
at 11 o'clock.
AVI I. I.I AM HAKVP.Y. tin' 10-year-old
son nf Win. W. Haivcy, of Sandeison
avenue, died ycsteiday morning at 5
o'clock of consumption. Funeial ser
vices will be held In Asbuiy Metho
dist i:pleoml chin th Thuisday after
noon nt L' SO o'clock. The lemalns may
be viewed at the house befoie thry aio
taken to tho chinch, interment will
be made In Potest Hill cemeteiy. This
Is tho fifth child that has died in this
family in a llttlo over two )cars.
The funeral of tho into James Hurnett
will bo held at 9.110 o'clock this niotn
lntr ftom St. Patrick's church, and in-
Always Ted the Hungry.
K.x l.memor l'lnsree," u) a wriler In Up
liftiolt I'm 1'iexi, "wa m?Pi lold to tin' ill
of aid, no miltir (mm wiut ouup 11 jn.
I rtniPinhtr oiip hitter ulutci't night Iip wi
.finding at ulrcet corner with a gioup ut poll
llclliH, wlun u t)plcil looking hum' .huuhed
iiy to tlin ciowd ind nude nn ippi ll f r a.i t
nine' Up hid all the iaun.iiKi ot a pmlpli i al
mpiidii nit. and hi .ipjieil mt with a U"fT
r, ImlT Com mint of llio.p in till" (.roup II'
w.w ahout to fliunhlp oft Into IhP daikm.
when IhP gocernoi, who hid lieen loo Inleimed
ill lli loinpimllon tu notlic him at lli.t. lalled
" 'pon't gbe I1I111 anithing, Mid enc oi tlie
hj.tiiuleri., 'hp' a rrgultr pJiulinln '
' Mint perhapn tlie poor folio' linngri,' in
Miked the mm of the people, 'and I clout rare
who ho U or whit ho l, I'm not toing to i.ep
un one mfler for lack ol food mi long 13 'o
gt the price.
"Wltieat. nntwlllntinillni the prcte.U f
frluiil", lie put hl hand lull III pocku ind
fished out a dollai, c III -1 he hinuiil to the i
Kir. Thru he acconpanlul hni to a leitaur
" Mlcrp.' he ald. In hl liriiMpip vie, 'jhe
thia fellow all he i in c ll i rill him up, and "end
the hill to me. Now,' he added, turning to thu
giatcful mendicant, )ou get i-onicihlng Into wpi,
and get a good night'), lent. And keep a.i
"Vrs. I'ingirr wa charltal Ic In a aulet, tin
iiMPiitJlloua wa, and mam inch InclJciUl could
be told u( hli hls-hcailtdiiCsJ."
The lampliclli .Vie Coming, lluiuh! Iljrrahl
Alonday, August 5,
Aflunoon anJ l.iunnK, at
The New Armory
Under the aiiM"1" " """ f ilfdonlan Club,
bL. mill cim ul tonrert lour ol
" The Kilties"
llli lliahlandiM Toronto
Canadi'a I ink Militaiv Bind 10 nnt-nn.,
lu oijl i Inn, 'I iliniem and lngpinia under
Hip liiilinhip of Mr lohn "-lilier Vppr i uij
in full kilted n.'iiimitiW 1) iiilliorit' f 'ho
llinilnlon goMrmnint ini hj kind c e il pir
inh.Mi n of t'olonel Mod mild anil ouh.r. com
.nm.linr .hi l-tli lllLlilindii'.' leuinunt
Hi- ueitid a fuioro of cnthu.ta.in in a hun
dred Vmirnau llles
Pltll l-- Vlliinoon, ij and 50 ,eni- nening,
.'A. , 7Jt and 1 il
HUSK POWDER GO.
Uoouis 1 an (12, Com'ltS D'l'd's.
Hining and Blasting
Ucda ftt Mooalo na Ruiblal Worlw.
LAPLIN RAND POWDDR CO.'S
ORANOE GUN POWDER
Xlrotrlo Ilatterlei. Klsotrio Eiplolari,
ezplodlag bUati, bafty fan uui
Ruaum Chemical Co.'s nxi-ilouvc