The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 21, 1902, Page 6, Image 6

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Encountorotl Snow Drifts from Five
to Twenty Foot High Thermom
ctor Registered 15 Degrees Below
Zoro Snow Piled Up to Second
Story Windows initial Suppers nt
the Simpson nnd First Baptist
Churches News Notes and Per
sonal Paragraphs.
Grinilh T. Davis, of North Main jivct
nue, arrived home nt 10 o'clock yester
day morning', after a week's experience
In the great Northwest, which he will
not soon forget. He left Scrunton on
Wednesday, March 12, for North Da
kota, but before reaching his destina
tion was compelled to abandon his trip,
on account of the blizzard, and return
to Minneapolis. In conversation with
The Tribune correspondent last even
ing, he told the following interesting
story of the trip:
"We left Minneapolis Friday evening,
March 14, via the Great Northern rail
road, bound for Des Locs, North Da
kota. A friend of mine, Mr. Wheelock,
boarded the train at Fargo at B.15 a.
m. Saturday, and reported a nice
balmy morning with a little rain.
About 10 a. m. we discovered we were
running into a blizzard, arriving at
Crary, a little later. It was Impossible
Dttfoiir's French Tar
Will promptly relievo ond apcedlly cure
coughs, colds and all lung trouble. Tor
talc by 0. W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
r . ;C w?$w '
Soecial Sale
Of Handker
These every day needfuls are confined to no
special season. Fashion airects them but little.
When you want them you want them "bad," and
when you buy them you buy the best.
We sell the best and charge you no more than
you sometimes pay for inferior sorts.
At About Half Price
v5 Five hundred dozen of Cambric and Lawn
Handkerchiefs, Swiss embroidered, fancy edges,
lace trimmed, many different styles.
i Lot. Number
Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs, twel e different &
styles, scaliaped edges, embroidery insertion, djintv. 2T:
and dear, Two hundred and fifty dozen in this lor, Jj5
and intended fo sell at twenty-five cents each. .
Sale Price 1 2c Each g
1 Lot Number
Ladies' Fine Handkerchiefs, Iwelue different '
styles, fancv edges and some lace trimmed, perfect Si
beauties. Two hundred and flity dozen in this lot, J?
and intended to sell at thirty. five cents each. sr
Sale Price 1 8c Each 1
We expect these will tempt you for they ;
are certainly bargainable. - g
Globe Warehouse!
to go any farther, snow" drifts being
reported from Ave to twenty feet deep.
"About G p, m., after Buffering con
siderable from the cold, and realizing
that It would be an awful night on the
train, wo mustered courage to go to a
country hotel, situated about a city
block from the train. I hod my ear
frozen and others had their cars and
hands similarly treated as a memento
of the occasion. After resting up und
getting supper, Wheelock and I retired
to a room where your breath would
freeze, for the night.
"Wo went to bed with most of our
clothing on, nnd put our overcoats on
the bed to help out the covering, and
awoke Sunday morning tired from
holding up the bedclothlng. Wo were
forced to stay In the hotel all day Sun
day, as the storm hnd not abated for
even a minute. The wind kept blowing
steadily for about sixty hours, and I
must say It was the fiercest storm I
have ever seen. Early that morning
we discovered there were quite a num
ber of people on the train, mostly wo
men and children, who hud no money
or food. I am happy to say there were
those present who were very icady to
take care of them.
"Monday morning the wind had
abated, but the thermometer registered
about 15 below zero. At 11 o'clock we
boarded the train and traveled about
twenty miles, going through snow
drifts about twenty feet deep, arriving
at Devil's Lake. We stayed there until
evening, when our train was ordered
east. The snow was two feet deep In
the vestibules o the train.
"I saw houses where the snow hnd
drifted all about them to the second
story. Trains that were duo Saturday
morning had not been heard from
Tuesday noon. Railroad men said It
was the worst storm ever experienced
in the northwest."
Funeral of Willie Neat.
Services over the remains of the late
Willie J. Neat were held yesterday af
ternoon at the home of deceased's par
ents, 111 North Garfield avenue, and
were in elinrge of Itev. Thomas do
Gruehy, D. D., pastor of the Jackson
Street Baptist church. A quartette
from the church also sang.
The pall-bearers were W. J. Samuels,
Thomas Hosklns, AVlllIam Allsop and
Richard Allsop. The flower-beaieis
we're William Davis, John James, Evan
Hosklns, Raymond Jones, John Priteh
ard, William Royal, John Gallagher,
Frank Hughes, William Gray. Inter
ment was in the Cumbria cemetery.
Brunswlck-Balke-Callender Co.
Four of this celebrated make of pool
tables are to be found in John J. Beck
er's Capital cigar store. These tables
are perfectly new and up-to-date, and
together with the bowling alleys, they
are open for play every afternoon and
Clam Chowder Supper.
In the cozy dining rooms of the First
Baptist church, the Ladies' Aid society
served one of their unsurpassable clam
chowder suppers last evening.
No efforts were spared to please all
who attended, and for those who did
not like clam chowder, other viands
"Keep to the Right"
With eyes open. Tomorrow
Bounds the beginning of Iho
were prepared, so Hint nlf received a
first-class supper, served In a first
class manner.
"Tho Dialogue of Birds."
The following Is tho programme of a
cantata to bo performed on April 1, at
Bcllevue, and April 2, at Hyde Park:
I'Alir I.
The lllnl Singing (Chorus)...,.. .Choir
Thu Hoy (Tenor Solo).. Joenli Gray
ChoriH of lllrih ', Choir
The Hoy (Tenor Solo) ....Thonim Abrutiro
Tho Cuckoo (Solo and Cliunm) . Ilpn I rtcc Morgan
Tim Hoy (Tenor Polo) , lottpli Cray
Tlii! ( (Duel)
kibel Pavls ami Darnel Lewis
The Hoy (Tenor Solo) Ilioma Abi-anw
'1 lie lloliln (Solo unci C1ioim)rt...(lcorglc Jones
Chorus of All tho Children.
Tin' Kagle (Recitation) William flrlmths
The KhrIc (Solo) .lohn W. Jonm
The Chltil (Mediation).. Amaml.t Morgana
The Wren (Solo) lohlinle Jones
The Tnish (Solo) Tjdvlt Jones
The Heo (Itecltutlon) ltailiel Davis
The llee (Solo) Stella Jonm
The Hoy (Tenor Solo) Thomas Abrami
The Nightingale (Solo) Kdlth Pails
Tho Skjlark (Trio) Mm. John H. .tame.
Mm. John lice Jame", Thoman W. Jones
The Hoy (Tenor Solo) Thomas Abrauis
Chorus of All tho Clilldirn.
The picdilciiW will bo Mrs. William Council
ami Mix. K. II. Hippie.
Scianton Choral Society.
The executive committee of the
Scrunton Choral society held a meet
ing Wednesday evening nnd elected the
following' ofllcora: Chairman, William
E. Johns; .secretary, Palmer L,. Will
iams; treasurer, David Owens. The
committee will meet again next Wed
nesday evening.
The choral society will meet for their
regular rehearsal Sunday evening at 8
o'clock in St. David's hall. All mem
bers are reuuestod to attend.
Thirteenth Anniversary.
The thirteenth anniversary of the In
stitution of Lackawanna council, No.
1133, lloyal Arcanum, will be fittingly
observed at their rooms, in Ivorlt'e hall,
this evening.
An entertainment will be given and
refreshments will he served. Members
and their friends have been invited.
Wo5t Side assembly, No. 391, lloyal Society
of (iood I'ellovv, met in Red Men's hall last
('veiling anil initiated scleral candidates. Arthur
Stoker will lcac on Monday next for Pittsburg,
vvhcio he will irpicscnt the asseinly at the na
tional contention of the order.
Aulibalil local, No. 1610, 1'nltcd Mine Workcis
of Amciici, held a meeting in D. D. Evans" hall
last evinlug and transacted business pertaining
to their member'.
The ladies of the Simpson Methodist KpUcopal
chinch, whose names begin with the letters A,
II, C, D and K, sercd another of their excellent
Mippcis in the chuiili last evening to a largo
number of patrons. The menu was fully up to
the standard maintained at these events.
Mi.-s Tl.icli.iel Jones, of Lafayette street, a teach
er In Xo. II school, is confined to her home by
Mrs. lleorge Carson, Mrs. Wliliain Hngcn,vMrs.
II. C. McDcrmott and Miss Helen Peck, of tho
Simpson Methodist chuich attended the
distiict conNcutioii, of Home Missionary boclctics
at Went PitUlou yctcrilay.
ML .Martha Smith, of North Hide Park avc?
nue, has returned fiom a business trip to New
Daniel I. Junes, of North Itcbeeca aienuc, has
lIt the In.kav.inna Iron and Steel company's
store to accept a position m -the Globe Ware
house linen dcpiriment.
MiSs Alma II. Morgan, of South Main nVcnue,
daughter of Mr, and Mis. H. (jAMargan, has ic
turned home fiom a flic weeks' Lit in New
York and Ilioukltn.
Lawrence llioun, of Council BluuV, li has de
cided to make hK home with Ills aunt. Mi.s.
(iregmj, of Xmlli Main axciine.
Mis. .. I. Aikerly, of Glcnbum, fpent yclcr
d.ij with Mis 1. W. Swallow, of Tenth stieet.
Excellent Concert Given in the Audi
torium Institute to Be Opened
Tonight Other Notes.
A very large audience was splendidly
entertained last night at the Audi
torium with an excellent musical pro
gramme,' which was rendered by an
orehe&tra composed of Prof, Walkln
shuw's pupils, assisted by Prof, John
T. Wutlslns, the well-known baritone
singer, and Prof.Walklnshaw's brother,
J. Wnlkinshaw, who is a 'cellist of rare
The excellent programme printed in
its entirety In yesterday's Tribune, wits
curried out. The orchestra played with
n flue discretion, und there was si har
monious blending of tone surprising in
a musical organization which has done
little concert work. The Misses Sum
mer and Hill rendered two piano duets,
and violin solos wero contributed by
Miss Marion Hill, Miss Belle Cousin
and JameH I.omax,
The oichestra Is comprised of the fol
lowing players:
Violins Miss IIIU, Miss Cousin, Mrs.
Anderson, MIhs Anderson, Miss Bright,
.Miss lierrluiau, Miss Ro&s, Miss Wolff,
Miss Simpson, Miss Benle, Miss Karnes,
Mr, tltnjamln, Mr, Walkhihhaw, Mr,
Evans, Mr. Itoberts, Mr, Heese, Mr.
Peet, Mr. Hlrtley, Mr. Alien, Mr. Mor
gan, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Mulley, Mr. Jones,
Mr. Hocklns, Mr. Held, Mr, I.omax, Mr.
Bennett, Mr, Donaldson.
'Cellos Miss Sllkiiuin, Miss Haines,
Mr. DeMotte.
Double Unss Mr, Held, Mr, Jones,
Mr, Cunningham.
Flutes Mr. Putney, Mr. Tnte.
Clarionets Mr. Evans, Mr, Cappel
Cornets Mr, Lewis, Mr. Murray, Mr.
Mllllean. ,
Trombones Mr, Jay, Mr. Iteese,
Drum Mr. Roberts.
Pianist MUs mil.'
Opening of Institute.
The first class In physical culture nt
tho pew Scranton Institute of Human
pevelopment was conducted oil Wed
nesday afternoon, npd In the evening
another. Tho proper material for fit
ting up the gymnasium arrived a few
days ago, and tho work of fixing up tho
place u being rapidly pushed, so as to
be In readiness for tho grand opening,
which Is to take place this evening,
Tho members of tho institution have
Would use Kemp's llalsun for the Throat and
Luiigi. It is curing more Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Hroncliltis, Cioup and all Throat and Lun;
Troubles than any other medicine. Tho proprie
tor lias authorized any drUygUt to givv 50U a
Sample Dottle 1'reo to convince you u! thu merit
of tuts great remedy, 1'ike. ?Jc. and 50v,
Annua Spring
Opening Tomorrow
You are invited
secured Prof. ' Young, a well-known
physical director from New York, who
is at present putting up tho new ap
paratus, which cost $700. and which
conaiats of parallel bars, rings, weights,
etc., In their proper position.
This evening every citizen of this part
of the city is invited to attend the for
mal opening of. tills Institution. Rev.
Dr. I. J. Lansing, of the Green Ridge
Presbyterian church, and Rev. A. II.
Smith, president of the institute, will
deliver addresses. The famous musical
organization, known as the North End
Gloo club, and 'Pror. MeJlurrav will
furnish the musical part of .the pro
gramme. The feature of the evening
will be an exhibition of club swinging
by Professor Young.
Bert Vail Injured.
Bert Vail, a resident of Grace street,
met with a serious accident, while at
work in tho Dickson mine, on Wednes
day afternoon. Young "Vail, who had
worked but two days In the mine, was
standing nlong the track near his door,
when a trip of cars came along with a
sprng in It.
The sprag caught his leg, tearing n
gash in It nearly nine Inches In length.
He was picked up and removed to his
home In the mine ambulance, where
Dr. Peck was called to dress the wound.
The members of the Voiinc Musicians' choir
will hold a rcharejl this evening in the Wcl'h
Metho'Jist cliureh, umlcr tho direction of Prof,
Chark's ltkhards.
The Keystone Literary anil Dramatic club,
under tho dlieetlon of Prof, Thomas Kijiu, are
rehearsing for tho drama entitled, ",Wlnt Hap
pencil to Jonci," which is to be played Kaster
Jlond.iy night at the Auditorium.
Miss Iva SheiHood, of Jerniyn, wan calling on
lclatlvf) on Itobcrt aienuc e.stird.iy.
rtev. Mr. Cljiner, of the l'irst Christian church,
of North Main aienuc, Mill lead the gospel meet
ing at tho Young Women's Christian associa
tion's rooms Sunday afternoon nt MO.
Itc.scuc lodge, Kulghtu of Pythias, are mallng
elaborate preparations for their fourth annuil
banquet, ithlcli Mill be Jicld on the l'th of ncM
MIsh Sarah Phillips, ut Sharon, Pa,, is Usltfng
her relatives In thl section.
Today will ho ladlit.' day at the North Scran
Ion bouling alleys. All ladies, arc luiltcd to at
tend. The Citizens' band held a well-attended rehear,
sal but eienlng.
Tho Homo Jlliiior.ary sodcly of the Proildcnec
rrcbk.t tori m cluntli meets thU afternoon 'with
.Mrs. I, W. Mnrw.
Mis. William llicluid-i and Mrs. KrnfU fianl.
nrr, of Wajne nienue, were ilkltlng ulatlics in
Wlnton yertcrday.
I'ranU Cardm, ol Shenandoah, mado a brief
visit v.lth frleniU on West Market street Wednes
day Messrs. William Williams and Henry Jones, of
Wuyno aii'iiue, haio returned alter lisltlng
1,'eorgi) Williams, who is in Philadelphia for un
operation on his leg,
O-oar P. Daih Is tpendlng Ills llasler vaca
tion with his parents, Iter, and M, 1 Ha
ils, of Summit avenue.
Mr. J, -I, Oucns, r,, of Iluckncll, is home
Ultlng his parents on Wajne aienue,
Martha lliomaj, daughter of ltcv, Henry
Thpnia), of 1'roitbutg, Mil., a student of IliuK
nell University, U Uniting her founer school
companion, Miss Mary P, Pails, of Summit ave
Will Be Held at the Home of Miss
Mnrtha Kracht.
Miss Martha Kracht will have an
Uaster exhibition and sale toduy and
tomorrow ut her home, 612 Quincy
avenue. The articles include paintings,
fancy work and Kaster souvenirs.
Among the beautiful pieces to be seen
is a wondeiful table cover of silk und
real lace, most exquisitely wrought,
Miss Kracht's embroidery as well as
her painting has far more than local
The exhibition will he open front 10
a. in. until 6 p. m., and all ludles who
like to 'see flue "needjo and urt work
aro invited o call. .
0p?DiDg Day Tomorrow
We've prepared fo your Spring Clothing wants this year as never before, and wo aro
not boasting when we state that finer qualities, newer styles, better workmanship, lower
prices and easier terms you won't find In this city.
Our'Credlt system Is founded on the Inherent honesty of mankind. Why not trust us
when we are ever ready to trust you? We never charge extra for credit accommodation.
Wc don't have to with thirty large stores and a mammoth manufacturing plant, we de'fy
any and all competition. Come and open an account tomorrow and blossom forth at Easter-tide
arrayed In stylish and worthy garments. Small weekly payments.
Easter Garments for Women
Our sy stem of credit makes It easy for every woman to have a complete wardrobe.
Our spring garments are the product gf the best designers America knows.
Come and see the Stylish Silk Raglans, the-handsome Tailor-made Suits, the graceful
Skirts, the pretty Spring Waists, and the smart SpVlng Jackets.. Every garment Is new
there Is nothing old nothing unreliable.
Men and Boys' Clothing
Spring Overcoats of proper style, popular materials and colors, fine workmanship and
elegant finish. Suits of Spring Style for Men and Boys at prices as low as any store In this
city, or any other city.'
riillinery and Shoes for Women
Get your Hat and Shoes here also, and
shoes more correct and comfortable.
Men's Hats and Shoes
Men's and Boys' Derby and Fedora Hats on credit at lowest prices. Shoes that wear"
well and look well. f
Operators of 30 Credit Stores.
i iTPHii" i 1
317 Lackawanna Avenue.
Floor. Open
Funeral of the Late Mrs. Mary Cay
eny Camp No. 431, P. O. S. .
of A. to Give Ball.
The remains of the late Mrs. Mary
Caveny were laid away In mother
earth yesterday morning, after a high
mass and services, which were held In
St. John's Catholic church on Fig
There was a very large attendance
of friends, both at the residence on
Cherry street, and' at the' church, where
Rev. Father K. J. Melley olllclated.
Tho llowcrs were profuse and beau
tiful, and were strewn over and around
the' massive casket. The pallbearers,
all life long friends of the family, were
as follows: Martin Flaherty, James
McGlnhls, John McLaughlin, John J.
"Walton, Thomas Caveny and M. YV.
An Easter Ball.
Camp No. .130, Patriotic Order Sons
of America's Rugle, Fife and Drum
corps have about completed their ar
rangements for a grand Easter ball
and entertainment, which will tako
place In Mus'lc hull, Easter Monday
night. An earnest and capable com
mittee have charge of all details, and
the affair Is sure to be a great success.
One of tho leading features Is a con
test between two well known young
ladles for a diamond ring. They are:
Miss Emma Miller, of this side, and
Miss Lizzie Pfelfter, of Hyde Park.
The one collecting the moat money
will secure tho trojihy, and both aro
hustling night and day to win.
Tho committee of arrangements is as
follows: Messrs. F, E, Jones, chair
man; C, V. Snyder, secretary; F. (',
Miller, treasuier; W. K. Klrchuff, II. C.
Sames, "William Frantz, A. L. Rahr,
ChtiB, Sames, F. C. Dleslng, A. J.
Hamtnen, William Melster, Henry
Weiss, F, C. Keltermsm, Jacob Smith,
P. Z. Jones.
To Become a Nurse. '
Miss Anna Sttilheber, a well known
and popular young lady, who, until
recently, occupied a position as chief
operator at the Central Telephone ex
change, has resigned, and will leave
shortly for Philadelphia to become a
trained nurse.
Tho hello girls, who worked under
her charge, desired to show their es
teem In a practical way, and they gath
ered a tow nights ago, at Miss Stal
heber's home on Hickory street, to
wish her good bye und God-speed. Af
ter tho usual salutations, Miss Mary
McCracken stepped forward, and In
behalf of those present, presented Miss
Stalheber with a magnificent gold
watch. The young lady returned her
sincere thanks to the guests for tho
pretty memenlo, and Invited them to
become her guests for tho evening,
Supper wnt then served und several
merry hours were afterwards enjoyed
by games of various kinds, and danc
ing, Thoso present were; Anna, Margaret
and Elizabeth Stalheber, Kutherlne und
Margaret Russell, Mary Clerrlty, Maty
Maloney, alary Ruune, Grace Niece,
Keep to the Right"
With eyes open. We'll tell
yo.u when we'll tell you, to
morrow, ,
have them charged,
No hats are more
othing Co.
General Agent for the Wyoming District for
Dupont's Powder
Mining, Ulastlng, Sporting, Smokeless and the
Bcpauno Chemical Company's
Safety Fuse, Caps and Hxplodcrs. Itcora 101 Cou
ncil Building .Scrantcn.
thos. ford ..,
john b. smith & son ..
w. e. mulligan
Pitts ton
.., Plymouth
Martha Mayor, Emma Swartz, Lillian
Sharp, Gertie and Emma Heftron,
Mary McCracken, Ida 13one, Emma
Ellis, Ella Dletrlek, Cora Pickering,
Alice Young, Margaret Warner, Eliza
beth Ayers, Elizabeth Leas, Anna Bur
nett, Kate'Coughlln, Uertha Hold, Hella
Hazleton, Anna Carey and Hella Keen
An miLiiovn man was injiiicd at the blat fur joKidiy. -lie ias given medical atten
tion by Id. Kearney
The Knights of Malta will meet in regular scs.
tinn this evening.
A meeting n( tic' ISaml of the Young
Women's Lhiistian nsniciatlon was luld at
cvculic . .
A boundng fifteen-pound baby boy has ai
rived at the home ot Mr. and Mr. Albert Molir
man, w: Alder street
l)r, Sililc.r.s Lung Ilea'lng Balsam Is guaran
teed to cure all coughs. "Xo cine; no piy."
Pur Mlc by all ilealrn.. "
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Programme That Will Be Observed
Tonight nt High School.
Wo, print below the programme for
the concert of tho Lafayette Olee club,
which takes place at the High school
I auditorium tonight. Tickets can be re
served at Powell's until 6 o'clock this
evening. Diagram will be In box officii
Lof High school nt 7 o'clock, when tho
doors will open. The club gave a con
cert In Carbondale last evening and had
a Mattel lug reception. Judging from the
large number of tickets sold, there will
be few vacant seats tonight. The pro
gramme; I'AUT Kinvr,
1. Alma Mater , (ilec I lull
J, Ijfjyclle Maich ltinjo Club
:l, Solo (Instrumental).... Hcmbe.r ot Um jo Club
t. Manbliig Song" (ilec Club
0. Medley Walties Hanjo Club
0. PMj HaiJi ... Combined Clubt
Melody in 1' ...
Solo (vocal) . ...
Creole llellv ...
'Die Catastrophe
Victory Song ....
Mandolin Club
....Member of (lire Club
Banjo Club
(Jlee Club
,,... .Hanjo ( ub
..,, Combined Clubs
EDWIN MOON, of 1729 Sanderson
avenue, died yesterday of pneumonia,
He Is survived by his wife, two tons
und three daughters, Edith, Olive, Ed
win, Fred J,, Mrs, P. P- Forbes, of
Wllliumspore. Interment tomorrow at
Curboudalu, tiaiu leaving heiu ut 'i
ROlJERT 110LLEV, uged & years,
died yesterday at his home, -13S North
Lincoln avenue. He had been sutfer
Ing from heart failure for a long time,
He Is survived by his mother and
brother. Deceased was a member of
the Jackson Street llaptlst church und
the Order of Foresters, The funeral
announcement will be made later.
MRS. MAHHL Pl'hVKU. of 311
North Hyde Park uvgnuc, died last
A Pretty Floral
Souvenir to every
Lady who attends
Lyceum Theatre
M. 11KIS. Lessee and Manager.
A. J. DUFl'V, Business Manager,
One Night Only.
ritlDAY. MARCH 21.
Mr. John Levey presents the little Oomrncdlcnncj
Miss Delia Fox,
and her Merry Company in the Sparkling Comedy
Prices 23c. to S1.0O.
Seats un sale TliuiMlay.
Saturday, Harch 22
Iteturn engagement of the Ucanliful Tasloral Play,
As placd 100 nights In Xevv York City wit
David HlggiiLS and (tcorgii Waldron.
Prices 2Jc. to $1.00.
Scats ready Thumlay.
Academy of Fiusic
if. BEIS, Lessee. A. J. Duffy, Managar,,
Chester De Vond Company
Thicc Nights, Ubiial Matinees, Commencing
Lincoln J, C'aiter's Railroad Play
4'The Fast flail'
Prices 15, 25, 33 and 50 cents,
Matinees 15 and 25 tents.
ALF. O. IIF.IiniNOTO.V, Manager,
Thursday, I'rlclay, Saturday, March 20, 21, 22.
"Sam T. Jack's Bnrlesquers"
Fresh J
Oysters, I
(Joyce Stores
night at U o'clock, aged seVenty-two
years and four months. One son, n
rtreiy 1'ulver, ot Eynon street, sur
vives her. The funeral will take place
Sunday uftcraoon. Services will bo
conducted nt tho Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church und Interment will
be made ut (.'hhichlllu.
Per Quart.
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