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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901.
WEST SIDE DRIVING CLUB PKE
5ENTS A GOOD CARD.
Some of the Best Horses In tho City
Entered In tho Contests Bachelor
Club Gives a Farewell to One of
Its Members Two Weddings nnd
Threo Funerals Yesterday Other
Shorter But Interesting Para
graphs About People and Their
The races to be hold tills afternoon
on the Speedway, under tho auspices
of tho Wont Side Driving club, will bo
tho sporting event of tho season, and
every Indication points to a successful
mcot. A session of tho dub was hold
Inst evening nnd all tin- arrangements
were completed. Tho races will start
at 2.30 o'clock phalli and will bo as fol
lows: lltix roil am,.
Director C4V .T.itm-i Malum
Sol-illi "' Snjilir
Combine !' ' ""
Krancci ' '. Conway
lolin ' H'.-irniy
(Jraci- ' s'",
llclltuli A. J. TiitinT
2..-W ( I.An-s.
Sprint llKl,t II. Horry
Toronto K. ' Huliumm
Cchp . .1. Snow
Kitty 1 !' Mucker
Lillian liny ' Mattel)
TIIIIKC-MIM'li: fl.t'll HAf'K.
SVOttV llrat W. .T. Siott
SlrcpV .Inhn II. .litMin
niuk Cloml rr.ink 1 h.j.l
linn.in ' Miiim.ui
lll.n k Mirv lllilijr.l lt.
Pilwr liny . Privnll
I'aslilem Hoy II. Iivlln
Anti-Trifl W. 0. Scott
C,jpy Quern I.lw ltd l'.irr
Cp-tn-D.lte I. W. nttlrnlmiKP
Kirnltit: stir V. I'IiMIIim
Ilrlsbt l.ik-ht W. .lone
Tho starter will bo .Tamos Kolly. Tho
track officials will bo appointed today.
Wedding In Bellevue.
James J. Dlskln. of First street, a
well-known engineer on tho Lackawan
na railroad, and Miss F. II an both H.
Mangan, of nailroail avonne, wore
united In marriage at 4 o'clock yester
day aftornoon at Holy frost) church
by Kov. AV. I'. O'Donnoll, pastor of
Tho couple wrio nltondod by P,t
llek and Margaret Dlskln. brother and
sifder of the groom. 'I'ho cerotnony
was witnessed by many friends of tho
Hone nd Almond Cream removes
trdncM ct the tkin and soothes the
jialn ol sunburn In one night. Take
a bottle with you on your vacation.
FOR SALE DY 0. V. JENKINS.
One Weeks' ClearUp Sale
Fancy Dress Goods.
We are busy getting ready for our Annual Fall Open
ing of Dress Goods. The stock will be unusually large and
complete, and we regret to find that we will hardly have
room to do it justice. That's why this unusual sale aud
these extraordinary low prices are quoted this week. Truly,
'tis an ill wind blows nobody good, as our patrons will get
a substantial benefit in this case.
Double fold Plaid9 suitable
for Children's School Dresses.
A good ijc value
Highly finished Jacquard
Suitings, all colors, 40 inches
wide. Regular 25c
A handsome lot of two tone
mixtures in full line of Fall
Shadings. Very cheap
Full 'yard wide storm ser
ges not a siiaue missing.
Fine Heavy Twill.
All wool French Beiges.
Regular 75c cloth in all the
best early fall mix
Ready for Inspection Today.
Full range of the newest Pedestrian and Tour
ist Skirtings, including many'exclusive novelties
and special importations.
Prices from 65c to $2,00 the Yard.
contracting parties. A puppcr was
nerved at the homo of the bride, and
Mr. and Mm. Dlskln left later for the
Pan-American and a trip over tho
lakes. They will reside at 3U Railroad
Wedding nt St. Lucie's.
Thomas J. Rossi, of Roblnoon street,
nnd Miss Antonettl Vola, of Oreen
Rldgo, were united In marriage last
evening nt 8 o'clock In St, Lucie's
Italian chutch on Chestnut street. A
large number of their friends wit
nessed tho ceremony. A reception
wan afterwards tendered tho young
couple at tho home of the bride's par
outs In Uroen Itldge.
Tho gtooin Is one of tho most prom
inent young Italians In tho city. He
Is a graduate of the Scranton High
school and Is employed as a book
keeper by John Denote & Son. His
bride Is a charming young woman of
pleasing personality, and hns a host
Bachelor Boys' Banquet.
The Hachelor Camping club, com
posed of members of tho F.lectrlc City
Wheelmen, tendered n fatowell dinner
to Kdward Davis at the club house
last evening, prior to his mnrrlago
next week. Tho otllcers and inembetB
present wete: 1'iesldent. K. D.
Moise; vco provident. (S. W. Daniels;
secretary, William Snow: treasuier,
Waller .lames; chef. F. I Robinson;
II. I.. Hughes, A. O. Davis. W. n.
Davis. Jasper Jones. Milton Moore.ArJa
flrlfliths, C. J. Coons. Clarence Do
now, Robert Cat son, Robert Bradley,
Frank Nleliolls, Fred Warner mid K.
An elaborate menu was served, con
sisting of consomme, cold beef, ham
and tongue, mashed potatoes, potatoes
a la Newport, tomatoes, cabbage, sal
ad, pickles, olives, celery, watermelon,
colltaloup, bread and butter, crackers,
Ice cream, cake, coffee. Iced lea, cigar
Tho after-dinner exercise were pre
sided over by President Morse, and
short addresses were given by Fdward
Davlf, It. W. Daniels. William Snow,
Waller James. Jasper Jones and W.
R. Davis. The event was one of the
most enjoyable In the history of the
Three Funerals Yesterday.
Sol vires over the remains, of the late
Thomas Jenkins, who died nt Maple
lake, were held yesterday afternoon at
the First Welsh Congregational church
on South Main avenue, Rev. David
Jones and Itov. D. I'. Jones olllclated.
The pall bearers were H. Williams,
lllchard Hell, ThoniH'S Jones, Comer
Hughes, John Thomas and Thomas V,
Jones Hurlal was made In the Wash
burn street cemetery.
Itov. Jacob Sehoettlo. of the. Chestnut
street German Presbyterian church,
otllciatcd at the funeral of the Into Mrs.
l.ucelta Louis yesterday afternoon.
The services were held at tho house,
!ii7 Hampton street, ami burial was
made In the Washburn street ceme
tery. The pall bearers were Christian
Nauman. Henry Hllderbrant. Henry
tShubert; "nlenrjri' Spore, Matthias
Andrews nnd lleorge Koch. The (lower
Changeable White Cord in
most of the desirable Jfall col
orings. A fine, heavy all
wool cloth, specially design
ed for Ladies' Tailored Suits.
Regular value $1.00 AQn
Sale price j3
A little lot of High Class
Home Spun Cheviots, 54
inches wide, and very desir
able for separate skirts. Qfl
A rare bargain at Dull
46-inch fine all wool Ser
ges in all the good fall shades
A really good 50c
serge for only
Your choice this week of
our regular 65c line IQn
colored Henriettas for yOj
bearers were Charles 'Andrews, Joseph
Astrlnger nnd Jacob Klngsley.
The remains of the lato Mntthcw
Thecse, who died nt his homo on First
street, were Interred In tho Cathedral
cemetery yesterday afternoon.
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Henry Pruning, of North Rromley
avenue, returned to I.ako Wlnola, last
o.vcnlng, ito spend the lemalnder of the
A you n if lady named Coons was
thrown from a bicycle on Washburn
street Tuesday evening and Mislalncd
Mr. nnd Mrs. Darrell, Messrs. Ket
rick anil Thomas, and tho Misses
Davis, Dotal nnd Darrell visited the
steel mills) on Tuesday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Colburn, of r02 South
Hyde Park avenue, pave a party
Tttenlay evening In honor of the fifth
birthday of theli daughter, Helen, A
large number of young people were
Tho Oriole Camping club has re
turned homo from n threo weeks' stay
at linrvt-y'd lake. The club Is com
posed of Archie Moses, Thomas
Thomas. David Thomas, John Thomas,
Martin Karly and John Wllllnms.
SI Ism Hoss-le Morgan, of Fourteenth
street, Is the guest of friends In Pitts
ton. Mrs. John R. Thomas and son, lteepo,
of Jackson street, ale homo after n
pleasant visit with relatives at Spring
Miss Kva Orr. of Plttston, Is the
glle.st of MIsk Alice Coons, of South
Judson Hlutiian, of Tenth street. Is
home from a ten days' visit In north
ern N'ow York state.
ThnmiiM Jones, of South Mverett
avenue, has returned homo fiom n
visit at Newport News. Va.
William Cannon, of Lincoln Heights,
ban leturneil homo fiom Harvey's lake,
where bo spent his vacation.
Mrs. Thomas Jones, of I.andls street,
Uellevue, is cotilliioil to her homo by
Kvery nrtlelo guaranteed as repre
sented at our great Rummage. Sale
Friday, Saturday and Monday.
Mourn & llagen.
Christopher Kerrstetter, of Lincoln
Height, has returned from a visit
to the Paii-Anierlcan exposition.
Mis. D. H. Thomas, of South Main
avenue, has recovered from a recent
Mls Lillian Hlrtley. of Hock street,
Is spending a few days with friends
at Tank, Pa.
Chariest Carpenter has returned home
from a two weeks' vacation at Lake
D. R. Thomas, of South Main ave
nue, tipent Tuesday on a buslnc). trip
in W Ilkes-Hnrro and vicinity.
Walter James, who was spending ten
day.s at tho Pan-American exposition,
has returned home.
David Jones, of South Hyde Park
avenue. Is having a new house erected
on Rock street.
Daniel Llewellyn, formerly with J.
T. Williams & Co., left yesterday for
a visit with friends at Columbus, O.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes, of
Pittttton, are visiting West Scrnnton
Lctteis testamentary In the (Mate of
the late IOvan P. Davis have been
granted to Mary A. Davis.
Mrs. Frank Benorc and son, (.ieorgo,
of Scranton stteet, aud Mrs. Stetter
and chlldien, of North Bromley ave
nue, have returned home fiom a visit'
with friends at Klngsley.
Mrs. Havenstud, of Moscow, is the
giift of Mr. and Mis. John Wardell,
of North Lincoln avenue.
Tho employes of tho Diamond mine
will conduct their annual excursion to
Lake l.odoie next Saturday.
The Jackson street Baptist and Slier
man avenue mission Sunday schools
picnicked at Nay Aug park ytxtonlay.
John l. Thomas was master of ecere
monles and directed the races and
other events of the day.
A daughter was born yesterday to
Mr. and Mis. Walter Davis, of 1710
Oscar Oswald, of Mcrritleld avenue,
has returned fiom a few days' stay at
Another opportunity to buy fine
goods at rununago sale price. See our
Advertisement In this paper.
Moars & Hageu.
MKs I'hnma Coons, of Carbondale, Is
visiting friends in West Scranton.
Tho Olymphla Camping club have te
tuined hom- from its annual outing at
Lake Carey. The club Is composed of
Constable John Davis. George Jones.
Oscar Davis. David Morgan. William
Morgan, Thomas Williams and Thomas
Miss Jessie Kellow, of Chestnut
street, has returned home from New
York Misses Iva and Delia Hobbs are the
guests of Miss .Maud Kellow, of Chest
A boy named John Murtha, of Ninth
and Luzerno streets, who was ar
raigned b'l'oro Alderman Moses yes
terday charged with petty thefts, was
paroled on promise of reformation.
Announcement has Ik-oii made of the
appioai'hlng marriage, of Itoliert Mc
Nnhols. of Scranton street, and Miss
Flalii-i'ty. of Swetland street, ut St.
P.itrli-k'H church on Wednesday, Au
ll.ert Cnple. of 1010 Luzerne street,
who Is at the Moses Taylor hospital,
receh.ng treatment for an Injury to bis
eye sustained In the mines. Is Improv
ing and expects to be around In a few
days. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Jones, of 112
Luzerne street, are Mijournlng at At
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
The funeral of Cecilia, the I'-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Jordan, took place yesterday morning
at 9 o'clock from tho family residence
on Palm street, and was attended by
many friends of the sorrowing parents.
Intel ment was made In the Cathedral
Another opportunity to buy lino
goods at rummage sale pi lce. See our
advertisement In this paper,
" Mears & Hagen.
The members of the Sacred Heart
church of Duryea. of which Rev.
Father Stopper, formerly assistant
pastor of St. Mary's German Catholic
church of South Scrnnton Is pastor,
will hold their ilrst annual picnic on
Sept. 2, nt Marks Park. Arrange
ments hnvo been mado for tho en
joyment and pleasure of a large gath
ering and nothing will be left undone
to have n day of pleasure for thoso
who attend. AH kinds of games will
A GREAT SURPRISE
Is In 'tore (or nil who use Kcmti Balsam for
the Throat nnd Lungs, the great guaranteed
remedy, Would )ou bcllevo that it Is told on
Its merits anil any druggist is authorize. I hy tha
proprietor ot tltli wonderful remedy to give jou
a sample bottle freet It never falls to cure
eute or chronlo coughs. Alt druifgUti tell
Ktmp'i llalaam, Price 23c. and 50c
bo on tho grounds for tho amumnent
of young, and old.
Albert Altman, the H-ycnr-old son
of Mr. nnl Mrs. John Altman, of Staf
ford nvenup, employed, s driver boy
In the Gibbons' mine, wnp kicked on
tho head by a mule yesterday after
noon nnd an ugly gash was made on
tho side of hl head.
Tho members of tho Scranton Ath
letic club will meet In regular session
Kvery nrtlelo guaranteed as repre
sented at our great Rummage Salo
Friday, Saturday and Monday.
Moors & Hagcn.
Miss Itose Markey, of Wllkcs-Barre,
Is the guest of Mlsn Mamie Boland,
on Pttston avenue. They will leave
for the Pan-American today.
Funerals of Thonws Engle and Mrs.
C. B. Elston Were Held Yes
terdayOther News Notes,
Tli fiincial r.t the l.ito TlimiiK Knide, cf
Smith utrirt. Pok pljic from lii home jutrrHjy
morning ami w,n t.ircolv jttrmlcil. Hcv. Charlrs
II. Nowinc, of tho Mrthniliu Kplsropjl rliunh,
rIHH.itrd. After it sliott wnltc ut the boose the
limnlin urrr laU.'ii In sulrtn, whore the funeral
unlet wire mnduelril and Intrriiirnt inoile.
Tlie pill-hrarers vnr: IVter Selsle, William
J. Iliii'l, .latum (Juinej, .limo llalleik, Khcr
llrannllie, Chirle Cnlllnt. The choir uhleh nine
nt the em-Ice icnlti'l of Mr. Siniin, Ml
Amiln Powell, Mlw. Ruby Yol, Charles slufcr and
Funeral of Mrs. Elston.
The (uncial Ferlie.i rmr the lemilna of Mrv
('. II. KUtnn ere liehl at the family renldcnie
mi I'illh slreit eteril.iv niniiiinir. llev. II. .1.
Ilauk-hton, of the Kpivrepil I'liurt h, nltloi.illliL'.
After the seniles th" lrrnallis were taken to
llawlry on the 8.M) Trie train, wheie interment
tt.ii made. The p.illtiearrr" wire: Krnct Wat
mm, t U. Watrom, (J. llldcew.iy, II. P. Plum,
Sidler Wtrt. The flovm-hcirr rs were Mklucl
l.ouithney and Tlrnmat llowley.
A cordial imitation l. extended tn all temper
anie ttoikera to participate in the smginn ot the.
temperance choir at Nay Awr. when Hie tem
perance reunion will take place Sept. II.
A Kinnd time i in stoic for tin people of
l,.ii k.iw.uma counlv on thl date. Many promi
nent speaker will he piiMirt and deliver ad
ilrejKe. The first meetlmj of the Dunmore sec
tion of the tempei inee ilioir will he held at the
hmne of MM Ida hone, llrook stieet, Monday
Hxulnir, Auc. 2U.
Hotel Struck by Lightning.
Purine the torm ,ietcrdiy afternoon liclilning
struck the Kxchanne hotel, hut foilunalcly very
litile dinncre resulted.
It ililereil throush one of the chlmnett, anil,
evidently following the cliinin'V coure for some
IMancc, spent itelf in the crotind, aa the place
ot exit as not apparent.
The l..uheV Aid society of the Methodist Kpia
mpil rlmrcli if inakino; prep.n.itnin for the
lioldinv of a laun -ociil at t lie home of II. K.
pcni er, on Thursday exenltiff, Auc. '2'K
Another oppntunity to liuv tine t'ood .it mm
inaitc sale price, se cur adteriKuncnt in this
paper. Meain k llauen.
Card aie out annnun me the cominir marriage
ot Mih. Miry Kllen Thornton and Daniel I!.
Westcott. on Sept. I, at the home of the hride's
p.irrits-, Mr. and Mrs. Hall Thornton, of Drinker
Mis. .los.ph Kirar and ihlhhen, cf Dudlev
street, arc spending a few da.ia at Wiinmcri
Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart, of flieny
stieet, aie sojourning at Lake (ieorge.
Kny nrtlele gnaranletd ai iepie..ented at our
great Rummage Sale l'rldiy, Saturday and Mon
day. Mean 'ft Hagcn.
Kev. W tiilil,nn left vesteiday for Mi
soinl, nhere In will spend the next two vcck
mill Ins parents
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Last evening Jesse Youcavlsllc h, of
l.loyil stre-'t, was arrested for commit
tine an fissnult imnn tin, 1fl.-c'ntti,.-r.t,i
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van
Si'hlooner, of the same street. Tha
case was tried before Alderman .Myers,
lflw. ..' U .1 ,1.- .,.,-.
,,i., ,niu-i lien iii; iiic evidence oi
both parties, lined Youcavlsllch two
dollars and costs.
Kvery nrtlelo guaranteed as repre
sented nt our great Rummage Sale
Friday, Saturday and Monday.
Mears & Hagen.
Tho lodge of Modern Woodmen of
America. No, siis, will run an excursion
to Dlnghaniton on Labor lny,
Miss Kathleen O'Hoylo has l'turned
honip nfter visiting friends In Taylor.
Itev. CI A. I'm-,, ii.iwtiic .if tlw. I....
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deuce M. K. church, returned home
ftom Tonipkinsvllle and will leave to
day for Wyoming camp meeting. Ho
win preacn irom ills own pulpit next
Misses Heglna and Anna Collier, of
Plttston, are the guests of .Mr. nnd
Mts. P. F. Campbell, of William street.
Constnhln 'I'liiiiiuiu !" tliiu ,.e .i...
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Seiond ward, made an important catch
osieiiia, when he ran down I.awtence
Itegan, a fugitive from Justice fur
some time, charged Willi malicious mis
chief. Constable Mills was on tin alert
for Regan and was walking up Lacka
wanna avenue when he discovered him.
At the same time ho spied Mills com
ing for htm. The latter followed him
through the St. Dennis hotel, out In the
back room and out upon tho Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western tracks and
down through the yard. Mills gaining
on him all the time. When near tho
lower etui of the station Ilegitn fell
to tlie ground, out of breath, and Mills
placed him under arrest and took him
before Alderman Myers, where he was
lined live dollars and costs.
Another opportunity to buy line
goods at rummage sale prices. See our
advertisement In this paper.
Mears & Hagen.
Special to the Siranton Tilhu'ie.
Hallstead, Aug. 21. F. H. Beldln
has returned home from a pleasant
visit tn Few York city.
Monday, September 2, the public
schools will commence another term.
The corps of teachers employed are
all efficient and capable.
A. II. Smith and son Carlisle, ot
Montrose, were In town Monday.
Tuesday the Lackawanna employes
were paid for July work. Tho pay
was rather light compared with the
The private telephone wlics connect
ing tho homes of Great Hcnd railroad
men with the Lackawanna callers'
olllces were chunged Monday. Tho
wires now run along the company
James T. Dti Hols at the sheriff's salo
in Montrose Saturday purchased tho
C. L, Cook building on Main street.
The building will bo repaired and
fitted as a store room.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shcak were
visiting relatives hero Monday.
The Alliance building has been sold
by the sheriff.
Mountain Valley residents have
BLACK or GREEN
Is Best of Its
A teapot test will prove
it. Use half the usual
quantity and steep 4
minutes and you will
have delicious tea.
, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Bold unly In Iad Taoknts.
50c, 60c. ana 70c. Per LI).
adopted a neat scheme for opening .1
road. They have Invited the citizens
of the county to come and attend tho
bee and advertise a free dinner ns nn
K. 11. R. Roosa has remodeled bis
carpenter shop on Railroad stieet into
.a handsome dwelling house.
James Fisher will reshlnglo Ills house
on Church street.
William Sullivan, who has been un
dergoing treatment In the Moses Tay
lor hospital, has returned home greatly
Hulatd's band, from here, drove to
Heart lake Tuesday, where they ap
peared as tho chief attraction at the
F. H. Reldln Is busy arranging for
the opening of the fall social and en
tertainment season at the Young Men's
W. M. Knocller will leave Thursday
for Plttston, where he has been ap
pointed adjuster to adjust an Insur
ance loss in that city.
Mrs. James Gannon anil Bridget Gan
non attended the funeral of Austin
Duffy in Scranton last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crandall, of
New York city, arc visiting Mr, and
Mrs. Stephen Tlngley.
Will Schmidt was visiting his par
ents In Scranton Saturday and Sun
day. L. S. Leonard, who has been run
ning the .Mitchell house here during
tho past year, on Tuesday delivered
possession of the house to X. T. Mitch
ell. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard while here
made the acquaintance of many friends
wiio will regret their departure. Tho
hot' I has been run in first class shape.
Mr. and Mrs. Krn.-st Itoad and Mrs.
Fessenden have moved Into the Hay
Charles Kmorson has Inaugurated a
new milk route In tho liorough.
Movln Crandall and L. G. Wllmot
have each recently launched new row
boats on th Susquehanna.
MISS Sl'SA.V K. RIPPLH. There
was widespread and deep-seated
mourning, In many a circle In this city
yesterday when Tho Trlbi'.ifj ' rought
notice of tho depth of Miss Susnn
Kllzahoth Itlpple, (laughter of Colonel
and Mrs. L'zra II. Itlpple. Sorrow at
the taking away of one so young,
possessing such a bright future, and
sympathy for the bereaved parents
was seldom more general In Its preva
lence. Miss P.lpple would lie IS years of
age next Saturday. She was iu the
graduating class at the School of the
Lackawanna and looked forward with
the ploasanlest expectancy to tho day
when she would compli'te her acade
mic course. None will more sincerely
mourn her than her teachers and
schoolmates, who from dally commun
ion with her, learned to love her, oven
as she was loved In her own family
circle. She was a leader in her class
nnd besides was an accomplished mu
sician, being especially capable as a
Surviving her in her Imtnedato fam
ily, besides her parents , are her
brother, Lieutenant Kara H. Itlpple.
Jr.. nnd slsteis, Misses Honnle and
Jessie C. Ripple.
The funeral will take place tomor
row afternoon at L'."0 o'clock from the
residence, 10." Vine street. Tho ser
vices will be conducted by Itov. G. L.
Alrlch, of the Grace Reformed Kpls.
copal church. Interment will bo made
In Dunmore cemetery.
JOHN ItAYNOU died Tuesday night
at his home, after an Illness of sev
eral weeks duration. He was a resi
dent of this city for over llfty years
nnd was very well known. He was
born In Saxony In 1M7, and came to
Scranton in 1SK following tho trade
of carpenter. Tihe funeral will take
place at 2 o'clock this afternoon from
the residence. Services will be held
at St. Peter's Gorman Lutheran
church, nnd Interment will be mado
at the Petersburg cemetery. Deceased
Is survived hy his wife and six chil
dren: Charles Rnynor, tho well
known permanent man of the Relief
Knglne company; Paul Raynor, Mrs,
Mary Herfelt, Mrs. William Dreyer,
Mrs. Kate Sweitzer and Mrs. Henry
Wenzel, all resident of tho Tenth
wnrd, excepting Mrs. Dreyer, who
lives 011 tho South Side.
MRS. JAMKH IIROWN died yester
day morning at 1.30 o'clock at her resl
denco on Sanders street, nfter a three
weeks' Illness, Her death has cast a
feeling of sorrow over her many
friends, and the ttympathy of the com
munity Is extended to tho bereaved
Iiesldea her husband and three chll-
JONAS LONQ'Q SOVS. I
In fact Sozodont is good for every
day. These prices, however, are
good for three days only.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
For the large
size bottle. This
is the size we
always sell for
For the small
popular size bot
tle. This size
was made to
sell for 25c and
is worth every
penny of it.
VanBuskirk's Genuine Sozodont is one
of the best known preparations on the
market for cleaning the teeth and harden
ing the gums.
Sozodont Powder is a vegetable prep
aration for cleansing and beautifying the
the teeth. The specials above quoted will
last for three days only. We might say
also that this advertisement will not ap
Jonas Loos's Sods
NOW GOING ON AT
dren. she Is survived by her mother,
Mrs. Shea, and one brother, John
Shea. Tho funeral will take place
Friday morning at !) o'clock, with a
high mass of requiem at St. Joseph's
church. Interment will bo made In
the Mlnooka Catholic cemetery.
LKO ROY I5F.LLF.S. the 7-ycar-oM
son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Solomon Relies,
died at his parents' homo, on Hutler
street, on Tuesday night, after sev
eral days' Illness of diphtheria. The
funeral will occur today at S o'clock,
and will bo private. Interment will
be made at Maplewood.
FRL'D RKIHF.R, aged 10 years, died
nt tho homo of his patents in Peters
burg on Tuesday night, after an ill
ness of several weeks. The funeral
will occur today at 2 o'clock from the
Petershuig Presbyterian church, Rev.
The funeral of Mrs. M. H. Malum
was held yesterday morning, with ser
vices at St. Peter's cathedral. A
high mass of requiem was celebrated.
Rev. Father O'liyrne wns celebrant;
Rev. Father O'Reilly, deacon; Rev.
Father Tlernoy, sub-deacon: Rev.
Father Roland, master of ceremonies.
Interment was made In Cathedral
The funeral of Mrs, L. K, Francois
was held yesterday afternoon from
tho family residence at .",17 Madison
nventie. Rev. V.. J. Huughton, nsslst
nnt rector of St. Luke' parbh. was In
charge of the services nnd dellvcn 1
an eloquent sornnn In eulogy of the
deceased. Several hymns wore sung
by a quartette, and interment was
made In the Duninor 01 nuqerv Ttv
services at the house were In charge
of the Women's Relief corps and thm-e
at the cemetery conducted by the
Ladles' Rebecca lodso, , The former
sent 11 handsome floral corps badge,
and the Ladles' Rebecca lodge a cres
cent and dove. The pall bearers weie
Chartwell Hallstead. Charles Jacobs
M. K. Sanders, Jacob Smith. Charb-a
Meade aal P.obu't Von htorch.
Specimen Page from Literature That
Is Now Familiar.
1'ioni the C hiuuo Tnlmnc
Silver Lake, a famous watering
place. This beautiful sheet of dlpllng
aqua pura Is three miles long nnd one
and one-half wide. Kaleidoscopic
beauties fringe its pebbled shores.
C01110 were a frog pond to it. Splendid
hotels irate live to X rioll.us per
week) dot the greensward that slopes
amphithentrlcally from the fair lake's
crystal rim. Volcanic rocks, thrown
out In some far distant, unremember
ed aeon by a mighty throb of Mother's
Nature heart, contribute a picturesque
note to a landscape as smiling us has
ever cracked a grin. The drlvc are
tho tlnest In the state. Farm houses,
presided over by gentlemanly farmors,
olfer a retreat for thoi.e that give a
preferenco to the pastoral; nnd count
less nooks by babbling; brooks, or by
JONAS LONG'S SONS.i
regular price of
the powder is
5cranton Lodge of
TO LAKE L0D0RE
Wednesday, August 2Sth
The various committees are sparlna
no efforts to make the day one long,
happy holiday. Refreshments of every
description will bo on the grounds.
linuer's itiind Will Furnish Musio
Adults Tickets. .. .75 Cents.
Children's Tickets, 40 Cents.
Tiains li-.iM- 1 1. & II. d. pot.
Academy of Tlusic
iii. - lnl u . k. tumuli n ins
Monday Evening, August 26th
Tim I iiili- Cuinwliriinc
Supjh ft, J liy h- "iit 'icrn St. i. K l niipiny.
MitmiT il.uli, lit'L'iiinini: Tn,'iti .i' 2 13.
Pun'. Id anil 21) 1 1 ni. I.ti'tuni: pn. , 10, M,
M icnu. Seam on jli' I'rulit .it i a m.
the eiystnl rim refetred to. allure the
pleasure seeker that lindt- In canvas
life tho Joys that are not In hotel or
Tho water of Silver Lake teem with
trout, black bass, muskelonge and
salmon. iNo ciirnian emp allowed.) '
Kiiormous strings ate taken out dally,
On the chore of Silver Lake is th
far-famed "Lover's Leap." a pot so
beautiful that one, In viewing It. le
affected by a melancholy sadness, and ,
ponders on the sweet and bitter cus
of utiioqulled Iidc. (We publish thl '
legend of "Lover's Leap" 111 u beparati
other famous resorts for tho anglci
arc Crystal lake, Tranquil lake, aold
brick. Hunk" lake anil Lake Con. Tin
waters of these lakes teem with trout,
swarm with bass, are stocked with
pickerel, seeth with mus-kelonge, ait
..nnuua iflth milium hitil iWth ctitti.
II (., ir. ,,. ., ,.,,. ,, .'w.. ...... ,,.'
ei, abound with suntlsh.
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