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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1902.
MISS BESSIE POWELL AND J.
They Wore Attended by the Brother
nnd Sister of the Groom Success
ful Social Event Conducted by the
West Side Central Republican
Club Coming Concert in Plymouth
Congregational Church Funornl of
Mrs. Alice Caroline Latimore from
the Residence of Her Daughter.
In tlio nni'sonuge of the Jackson
Street Unntlst church, last nlRht, the
pastor, Rev. Thomas do Gruchy, united
in marrliiBe Miss Bessie Powell, of Ey
non street, to J. Hower, of 1515 Trice
street. The contracting parties were
attended by the groom's brother, John,
nnd sister, Mary. The chat-mlng bride
was attired In a gown of navy blue,
the bridesmaid being similarly attired.
After the ceremony the happy couple
wore driven to the home of the
groom's parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Hower,
where n wedding supper was served.
Late last night they left via the Lack
awanna, for a wedding trip to New
York and Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Hower are well known
In West Scrnnton and they have the
congratulations of a host of friends on
this happy event.
conducted last evening In St. David's
hall, when the West Bldo Central Re
publican club held their first annual
dance. The affair was a social and
financial success in every sense of the
word, nnd the committee in charge of
the nffalr are to be congratulated.
The hall had been decorated for the
occasion nnd while the programme of
twenty dances was being gone through
It was indeed a pretty sight. Encores
were repeatedly called for and Bauer's
full orchestra did all In their power to
make the occasion a success.
Brilliant Concert by Famous Artists
The grandest concert ever given be
fore n Scrnnton nudlence will bo this
evening's In the new armory for the
benefit of the Home for the Friendless.
When the foremost violinist of the
present day will play on a $5,000 violin,
when Lillian Dlauvett, the golden
voiced nightingale, will sing, nnd the
great London tenor, Ben Envies, will
render "Mentra Owen" nnd many other
favorite ballads. If you wish to see tno
armory 03 it never' appeared before
and hear the finest music In all the
world you can do so tomorrow night.
Seats only 75c and BOc. The decora
tions of the charity ball arc the most
elaborate ever seen In Scrunton, nil of
which are left for the home concert tonight.
Great Interest is being manifested in
the concert which will be held in the
Plymouth Congregational church on
Friday evening, April 11. The affair
will be under the auspices of the Men's
league, and judging from the amount
of interest that Is being taken for the
financial part of the affair, It will be a
The talent which has been secured Is
composed of the best In the city and
from their reputations as excellent en
tertainers, the people of West Scrunton
will have a treat in store on the above
date. The - participants are as fol-
lows: Miss Beatrice Morris, elocution
ist; Miss Irene Kann, soloist; Miss
Florence H. Richmond, pianist; Prof.
John T. Watkins, soloist; Prof. Wug
nor, violinist; Thomas Miles cornet
soloist; William V. Griffiths, trombone
Republican Club Dance.
One of the most successful social af
fairs ever held on the West Side was
The Best Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main avo.
Died In Wales.
Alderman B. Davles, of South Main
avenue, has received a letter and news
paper clipping informing him of the
death of his uncle, Thomas Williams,
of Cloth Hull, Wales. Mr. Williams
had many friends In West Scrnnton
who will be pained to learn of his
The deceased was attending divine
worship at the Tabernacle Methodist
church in Ystrndgynlals when, with
out warning the aged gentleman was
called home. He had been a deacon
In the church where he died for over
Mr. Williams was the uncle of the
well-known American comnoser. Pro
fessor Daniel Protheroe, Mus. Bac, and
his loss will be severely felt by friends
especially In the parish where he la
bored for the upbuilding of the Meth
Moses Taylor Sister lodge, No. 121,
auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Rail
way Trainmen, will conduct their
fourth annual social on Tuesday eve
ning, April 15, at Washington hall.
The ladles In chaise of the affair
are Mesdnmes Nolan. MeGraw, ATe
Aloon, McHale, Logan and Brown, un
der the personal direction of Mrs. Lash
er are bending every effort to make
this social event eclipse all former ones.
A neat and attractive Drogrammc
will be rendered and at its close the
floor will be cleared for dancing, Miss
Nellie Curran furnishing the music.
Alderman and Police.
Gwennle Ackorson, of 131 Morris
court, had her husband arrested for
making threats against her life and
also for non-support. The case was
brought before Alderman John, who,
after hearing the pros and cons of the
IWe Sell Goods I
las a Matter f
1 of Business I
We hope you buy goods on the same basis. &
You have the opportunities here. And the ex- &
cellence of the assortments gives you a chance &
for quick selection. S'.
2 Yu are familiar with these
fine fabrics, no doubt, but did
yon know of the collection of
j them hero? It Is a revelation,
this aggregation or handsome
Jg shades and colorings.
:i Blues, Reds, Maroons, Cit
rons, Corn color, Reseda,
Mousse, Olive, Myrtle, Plum,
White, Creum, Pinks', Praline,
Ocean, Lilac, Buby Blues, Nile,
'Greys, Tans, Castors,- Modes,
Browns und some others, but
these are enough for today.
The regulation price Is on
these goods, of course.
$1.25 a Yard
Many ladles wear black from
choice. They like It better than
anything else, Some wear it
from necessity, and millions
wear It at present because it
These two Items are the best
ever offered at the prices. Will
you prove It? Yon can by look
ing at them.
In the rich "novelties these tako
the lead, A labyrinth of pat
terns nnd pretty weaves. They
will stand comparison with any
that have ever been shown be
$1 a yd and upward
Barathea Cloth f
Fine Silk Warn Fabrics, linmi.
some, rich nnd rare; surpris
ingly beautiful effects and sur
prisingly flue quality.
$2 and $2.50 a yd
No scarcity of these here,
enough to go around, and more,
too. You can form a correct
idea of tho styles that will bo
prevalent this season by look
ing through this stock. Chif
fon Applique for fine trimming.
case, held her husband, Elnl Ackctson,
under $400 bonds.
Simon Muscavltch, of Scrnnton street,
wn8 arrested yesterday on the charge
of being hopelessly drunk, and in po
lice court paid J.'l to regain his liberty.
Andrew Shukle, of North Ninth
street, was also arrested yesterday
morning on the same charge, and in
default of a fine of M was committed
for ten days. '
The funeral of the late Mrs, John
O'Hnra, who passed away at the home
of Thomas J. Thomas, of 13T North
Hyde Park avenue, Monday ovenlng, as
the result of heart trouble, will be
held this morning at 9 o'clock from
St. Patrick's church. Interment to be
made in the Cathedral cemetery.
Coroner Haltry; nfter making a care
ful review of the case decided that the
circumstances did not, roaulrc an In
quest. Dr. D. W. Evans had trented
the deceased for a number'of years for
Yesterday afternoon from tho home
of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Dean, 305
Morton avenue, was held the funeral of
the late Mrs. Alice Caroline Latimore,
uged 63, who died on Monday.
Rev. James Bennlnger, pastor of the
Hampton Street Methodist Kolsconat
church, had charge of the services and
delivered an eloquent eulogy on the
deceased. This morning at 7.20 the re
mains will bo removed to Port Jervls,
where interment will be made in the
Entertainment Tuesday Evening.
Tuesday evening, April 8, at the
Washburn Street Presbyterian church,
the Gamma Nti society will have
charge of an entertainment and social
In tho church parlors. The following
programme will bo given;
Vocal Solo Ml Freda Kann
Piano Duct Mtes Harrow man nnd Drill
Itoeitatloti r?MUs Edith May
Piano Solo H. L. Tyler
Vocal Solo Mi Freda Kann
Medley l)y Thieo (litis
ocal Solo Miss Florence Itubcrtson
Saxophone Solo A. ., Morse
Vocal Solo Miss Freda Kann
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Donald, the tvvo-joar-old son of Mr. and Mr.
William Luce, of JacKson street, felt -tctterday
and sustained u dislocated aim. Dr. Keynolds
was called and the little fellow ia now on the
way to recovery.
Owing to the illness of John B. Knialit, of
South Sumner avenue, tho ltailroad auxiliary of
the Simpson Methodist Kpiscopal churih, will
meet at the home ot Mis. l'unk Transue this
I-ocnl No. lS.fl, United Mine Woikers of Amer
ica, will meet this cicniri!," in D. D. Kvans' lull
on South Main avenue.
Sergeant Robert K. William", of the Forty
fifth bittery, Coast artillery, with headquarter)
at Wa&hiiiKton, 1). C, joined his eompiny on
Tuesday after spending two weeks with hia pa
rents of Chustnut street.
The Scrantnn C'lioial society will meet Fii
day instead of Wcdnodiy cuiting.
GREEN RIDGE MATTERS.
Marriage of Hiss Ida A. Oisner to
Bertram S. MacDonald, of Pitts
ton at High Noon.
50c to $3.50 a yard e
$1,25 to $3.50 a yard :
Uatlste Appllquo and Allovers
Medallions for Applique in
iiuwste mm venise,
Chiffon Tucking and .Shining
In Ulack, White and Linen.
There are enough of the typi
cal spring effects to show you
that you can get full measure
Miss Ida A. Gisner, daughter of Wil
liam Glsner, nnd Bertram S. MacDon
ald, of Pittston, were married at the
home of the bride, 1717 Monsey ave
nue, yesterday nt high noon. Rev. D.
MacDonald, of Biughainton, brother of
the groom, performed the ceremony.
Tho bride was attired in a blue broad
cloth traveling suit and presented a
very charming appearance. Only the
Immediate relatives and a few of the
most Intimate friends were present at
the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. MacDon
ald left on an afternoon train for Phil
adelphia and other points.
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Mac
Donald, of Pittston, parents of tho
groom; Miss MacDonald, Pittston;
Mrs. James 'Francis, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Prichard, Misses Mattle Potter,
Lula Dolph, Maud Potter and Grace
Peck. Upon their return Mr. and Mrs.
MacDonald will reside on Monsey avenue.
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams, of Green Hidc
street, are at homo, after nn extended stav in
C: i;. bond, of the fireen ItidBe diupr store,
lias returned fiom spendini Kaiter at South
Oranire, X. J.
Milton Dimmlcl; I? spending the l.'aslcr vaca
tion with fireen Itidsie relaties.
Miss Mabel I'ordlum leturned from Abboth
Semlinry ycsterdiy nnd Is timidlng her vacation
with her tlnter, Mrs. Aithur Ilunn, of IKIanaie
It is evpectcd tli.it Jin ('luilet CJcnlher will
sins at the inectitu; of the Woman's Missionary
society of the Oieen Itldse I'lfsbjteriau church
at the nunse toinonoir afternoon. Mits Merlite
Ha; ley will act ai accompinU.
Miss 1'jnlne SparKe, uf Hindi union, will de
liur nn addre In Ashury Methodist Kpiscopal
churih this ewnliur. At 4 u'lloel; Mb. Spaiko
will rpeak under the niisplcc of tho Woman's
Foreign MUsionaiy Mulct, 'llic public at luge
U invited to attend. Mis. It. T. .laim and
Mr. M. C. Oall.ius will fefnic a duet, and u male
quaileltc, (.oinpovd of O-cnr Colvln, William
If. Treverton, Dr. C. W. Tiewiton and William
II. I-iiicui, will alto pliur. A tiec-will ottirlni;
will he tal.cn at thu door.
Joseph Sherman, a resident of Oak
street, met with a peculiar accident
while at work In the West nidge mine
yesterday, Kherwln was walking
alongside of a moving trip of cars,'
when ho was caught between the rib
and the cars, Injuring his hips. He
was tuken to the surface nnd after a
little rest was able to walk to his
William Lewis and Miss Mary Cross,
of Putnam street, were arraigned be
fore Alderman Meyers yesterday on
tho charge of disorderly conduct, pre
feired by John Kuue. Tho ulderman
fined them $- apiece,
T. Kdles Williams, of New York
city, is visiting the home of his par
ents, on William street.
Mrs. Alexander Hydei), of Ithaca, N.
Y is visiting her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Dawes, on Throop street.
The Clerks' association will hold an
Important business meeting this even
ing In Leonard's hall.
William It. 3lmms, the well-known
shoe dealer of West Market street,
Is In N.ow York city on business.
Tomorrow evening the regular meet
ing of the North Scrnnton Hepubllcan
club will bo held in their rooms on
THE HOMELIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
A. well u the Imnd.pmcit, and.othcr. are Invited
to call on t'.v druggist and st free a tiUl bottle
of Kcni lUl.'jm! for (he Thioat and I.unji, a
remedy Hut Is guaranteed to euro and lillcic all
fbroulc and Acute Voujlu, Astbuu, UionchltU
tad (.'ouiumptlou. 1'ilco 23c. and COv.
DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S,
All TlnipglMs sell R
West Market street. A social session
and debate, followed by an entertain
ment, will take place. All members
are Jnvitcd to attend.
Charles Miller has removed his hotel
business to the Jervis House, on Xorth
Ruth Meyers, of Schultzvllle, Is vis
iting the home or Mrs. Keator, on
Rescue lodge, Knights of Pythias, is
making elaborate preparations for tho
fourth Informal banquet on April 17,
In the Auditorium.
The Young Musicians' Glee society
will hold' a rehearsal at the Welsh
Presbyterian church Friday evening.
All members are earnestly requested to
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
The Fourteen Friends are preparing
to hold their anniversary banquet and
ball next Monday night In Athletic
hall, on Alder street. The invitations
which are limited to 125 couples, are
nearly all disposed of, and nearly
every city and county official, besides
many representative Scranton business
men, will attend. A special meeting
of the ways and means committee was
held last evening, and most gratify
ing reports were heard from the var
ious sub-commlttecs. A final meeting
will take place Saturday night.
An impoitant session of St. Aloyslus
society Is called for this evening in
Pharmacy hull, when officers for the
coming term are to be elected. A
number of important matters are to
be debated on, and a meeting of tho
drill corps will also tako place. At
the close of the business meeting, a
social and smoker will take place.
An interesting game of basket ball
is scheduled for tonight at St. John's
hall, between the Defenders and the
Mrs. Meyer and son, of Blnghamton,
are spending a few days at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Agll, on Cedar
Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Dlesing, who
were recently joined in inarralge at
Hancock, N. Y., have begun house
keeping on Prospect avenue.
The Ivy Leaf Social club will con
duct their annual ball next Monday
night in Worklngmen's hall, on Alder
At a regular meeting of Patriotic
council, No. S22, Junior Order of
United American Mechanics, a stir
ring address was made by. State Coun
cillor B. Frank Myers, who was In at
tendance. The meeting was followed
by a social session.
The German Beneficial society held
a well-attended meeting at Mlrtz's
hall, C12 Pittston avenue, last evening.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by all dealers.
SAMUEL KOERNER, aged S2, died
last evening at C o'clock, at his home,
523 North Lincoln avenue. ,Mr. Koerner
was taken 111 Tuesday and his death
resulted from an ubscess of the brain.
Deceased was born in Monroe county
flfty-two years ago, and thirty-one
years ago married Ada Bowman. Their
union was blessed' by two daughters,
Mrs. Maud Glbbs and Mrs. Gertrude
Crawford, by whom he Is survived, as
well as by several brothers and sisters.
Ho was a prominent member of the
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church,
ns well as being Identified with the
Patriotic Order Sons of America and
Delnwure, Lackawanna and Western
Mutual Aid. Funeral announcement
will be made later. Drs. Hall, Beach,
Raymond and Brennun performed a
post mortem, and found that death re
sulted from the above-mentioned cause,
LUTHER P. SMITH.an old and high
ly respected resident of Green Ridge,
died at his home on Wyoming ave
nue, yesterday morning, after an ill
ness dating from last September,
though he had been confined to his bed
but a week, Deceased had been a
resident of Green Rtdgo nearly forty
years. He was a charter member of
the Green Ridge Presbyterian church,
nnd had always been an earnest work
er for the cause of temperance. Ho
Is survived by his wife, a son, Bert
Smith, and daughter, Mrs, Charles
Rice, of Brooklyn, X, Y, The funeral
will bo held from the Green Ridge Pres
byterian church, Friday, at U p. 'in.
BLANCHE LLOYD, daughter of T,
S. Lloyd, superintendent of motive
power und machinery for the Lacka
wanna company, died at her home nt
730 Madison avenue, yesterday morn
ing. Miss Lloyd was 10 years of age.
She has been n resident uf the city
since her father accepted his present
position with tho Lackawanna com
pany, She formerly lived In Rich
mond, Vn where her remains will be
taken for Interment. The funeral ser
vices, which will bo private, will be
held at tho Lloyd home this evening
at 7.S0 o'clock,
DANIEL V, DAVIES, of 139 South
Broriiley avenue, died on Monday after
noon, aged 77 years, 10 months. Tho
funeral will be private on Friday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will bo
made in the Corner Stone cemetery,
JOHN ASTRINQER, who resided on
North Lincoln avenue, died Tuesday
morning at 11.30. He was a son-ln?law
of Former Flio Chief Hit-key. Uraln
;ver Is said to be the cause of death,
iTHh which he was taken on Sunday
- 7M nDYw J,Tt vTPnn989BIV'
Your Spring Overcoat
See the "Atterbury" System
The new creations we show
in Spring Overcoats will cer
tainly interest the swell and dis
criminate dresser. A decidedly
new fashion, being cut full,
both back and front hanging
from a broad military shoulder.
We are the first to introduce
this new style, it being cut to
our orders from a French fashion
plate. It's made from the
same identical cloths as are
shown by the best custom tailors
including the new bottle green
velvet finished Covert. Samples
displayed in our Lackawanna Avenue windows.
The "Atterbury" Suit
Most of the swell dressers of this city can tell
you of the advantages of our " Atterbury' ' System
of Ready-to-Wear Clothes. During the past two
seasons many have left the ranks of the custom tailor
and proved to their satisfaction every word of praise
we have given this improved method of clothes mak
ing. The "Atterbury" System is a little ahead of the
custom tailor's system, and has proved its advantages
by comparison in many cases, Sample Suits of
Spring cloth patterns are now displayed in our show
morning. Deceased Is survived by a
wife and two children. The funeral
will take place this morning with sol
emn high mass of requiem at St. John's
German Catholic church at 9 o'clock.
Interment In Cathedral cemetery.
A QUEER COINCIDENCE.
Husband Having Wife Arrested
Meets His Boy Under Arrest.
There came very near being a family
reunion under most peculiar circum
stances in Aldeiinan Ruddy's otllce
last night. Michael Passo, an Italian
living In West Scranton, came before
the alderman early In the day and
swore out a warrant lor tho arrest of
Mr. and Mis. William Wundock, whom
he charged with maintaining a disor
derly house In Kelly's Patch.
Ho said his wife has been In the
habit of frequenting- the place and he
desired the alderman to tlx a time for
the making of thu raid when his wife
could be caught In tho place. Itos.a
was silling In the alderman's olllce
last night, shortly before S o'clock,
when Special Olileer McDonald came
In with two boys whom he had ar
rested for climbing up tho lire escape
at the Academy of Music and peering
into tho theater.
"Hello, pa," said one of the lads as
ho saw llossa. It turned out that the
boy was Rossa's 13-year-old son. Tho
other boy was John LIddlck. Alder
man Ruddy released them both, after
severely reprimanding them.
"Come here ami wait for your
mother," said Rossa to the boy, "Shu'll
be here In u minute, I'm going to
have her arrested."
But the mother came not and neither
Mr. or Mrs. Wundoi-U was arrested.
Another uttempt will be made to cap
ture them today.
THE MATCH ARRANGED.
Mcleod aud Dwyer's "Unknown"
Will Wrestle Monday Night.
The wrestling match between Dan S.
MeLeod, of Hamilton, Out,, and Prof.
Dwyer's "Unknown" has been arranged
for next Monday, April 7, Articles of
agreement have been signed and the
forfeit money placed In tho hands of
the Scranton Bicycle club, Insuring
both men's appearance on that night,
Dwyer wiltes the management, stat
ing his man Is In hard training at the
former's gymnasium In New Haven,
and that ho expects to come to Scran
ton to look after the Interests of his
man. MeLeod nlso Is in active train
lug for his match with Parr on the
16th. Lovers of tho sport, therefore,
may expect to witness one of the best
contests ever seen in this city.
DEATH OF JOHN EEENEY.
Expired While Visiting at House of
John Feeney, of Irving avenue, a
well-known resident of the Twelfth
ward, dropped dead yesterday morn
lug between 9 nnd 10 o'clock, while
calling on n neighbor who lived within
it block of his house.
The deceased, who had been nllin:
for some time, paid a visit to a Mr
C'awley at Alder street and Irving ave
nue nfter breakfast. He had scarcely
entered tho door when he staggered
and fell and when assistance arrived
he had breathed his last. The de
ceased was about 51 years of age and
had been In the care of Dr. Uuggerty
for somo time.
He is survived by a son and two
daughters, all grown up as follows:
Miss Mary Feeney, John Feeney, Jr.,
and Mrs. Thomas Ford. The case was
reported to Coioner Saltry last eve
ning and ho will make un Investigation
JERJHYN AND MAYFIELD.
lUyiiionil Juru'o, a drlirr bay In tliu DoUware
and lluihoit colliery, was Mllcd by a imilo wlillt
Jt work jcaiuilJ), lit- ui allied u lucrjlioii uf
I lie (bin and a jamifd wuuud in thu clitcl. ulili.li
nut'.wlUU'il Miielcal ticalincnt.
John lluilic, u well Known Jcrniyn n-aidi'iit,
will lMo tudjy for Uiittilo, X. V., to ancnt a
PaW.I llriKcuiigli, m, or WM M., field, .lll
ltMo ni-Nt wwk for I'-uloiado, wIiimc lie rapei-ia
to remain v.-itli thu hope of toiielittlm,'.lil lu-Jlth.
(Iicit'o (Liniion, uhu liat bet'ii homo fui I lie
l.'Ji-UT liolldj.id, litlillinl lo bt. 31 li'liui'li ft.lli'ui.,
Toii'iito, last I'U'iilnir, l u-ainuc his ttudli'i,
Thu IhjuhikIi Loiiiu.il will meet tumoiiuw own-Iii-
1., lunuit Iho uvulir monthly liuiliu,
Tlioiii.H O'lliUn, of Thlld Mricl, lias ucii'plrd
n w I lion ns niinu li'U nun Jt thu Sibley ,nlm
lli-v, ar.d Mis. l, J. llallcy, of Moosio, xime
on .Sunday tho cuosti ol I'rolettor and Mi-n Jl.
X, lUrrell, if rVcoiul sluvf,
l)r, A. J, llaUr, of lhn.u-a, na In town '1'ii's.
It, I), .lonu, Iho Kiianli.n tv.n fltm,- nun, wis
tin nl Jtliitf aniont; the Imilnus nii'ii )nrday.
Andrew J. Mirluu, i Iho lint Side, left )
Unlay on an i-Umdul vl,lt lo l'uimuluwr.y
Tlio nippor held nndir the juiUr of l,e l.a.
dies' Aid focltty of bt. JjiiuV cliuuli wan well
lutionlred and much mjo.wd, 'llm torlely was
liuuli :U'aMl with their suttcit.
H is expelled llcv. Iiwln liiodliead, of l-'ore.t
fit), wli'i a letently annoiiued rettor of &t.
.lames' (lunch, will (oniniencu his inlnlttialloin
Tho iliolr of Ibe MctlioJUl Kplx-optl church
Tbls signature U on orery box oj the genuln,'
V?""P"l"E-tPtlw remedy that cuni h cola tu out day,
Four tempting and
MINCE PIE. FRUIT CAKE,
lllititPfekv can be made
r t-l 1 "WII-" -.,
all dealers at
) IOcIb.u package.
Saves time, work and
monoy, and is a guarantee
of good, honest pie.
MirrelUSouU Co., Oyrteut, H.V.
will repeat their Jjter music next .Sunday. Tlnl
choir which lu. lately been augmented hanc oxl
(t-lh-ntly huiuUy und lav rtneo rial-cd nuni
complin-tut) for their iiuslns,
A quKt ncddlnt; omureJ at 0 o'clock tti'il
liuiuilnt,-, whin )(! I'lole Uowaid, the claiiRliI
tor o! Mr. and Mio, Ilany Howard, of LatUal
uamu unt-t, anil ,l, , .Sweeney weio lolnu
In manlike. Iho ceremony was peiformtil 111
Iho pailor of M. ratiickd parochial reldeu't1
Hiv, olm J, u nonneii n.n uw olilcuunj
ili'K)inau. The bildo ua-i attended by ill -a fuln
aluiphy, and S, J, CaiH acted a.-s best nun.
Tho bildu woio a M-IUli tallor-nudo tiMiume oil
binun brojd cloth. Tho iituly-nuiried voupli j
left on tho 0.S0 llelawaio aud lludioii train toi I
I'hlladclphii and Wiuhlngton, when- they wil
f-ienil their honc)inoon. Mis. bweeney U I
juun; lady of thaimlng pa tonality. The croon:
I a popular ami pioperoiu outiir uuluri man.
They liae :i laigc tlivlu of fik-mU, who Join in
uNiintr them a happy welileil life,
Olyphaiil conchue, No. 2J7, Improved Oulej
of HepUioplis, will cho a Miioker in their loom
llH.iy ou'iiln;, Apill 11, Tlio members of tin
icKWIlo contUic, lll.trict IK-nuly V, I,. Alle
and Supreme I'tovost (J. T. Poland will bo piei
rut. The following ooinmlttec- has cliarae of (1 1
altali; l, ).'. Powell, Dr. V. W, JenUiK, Hem
omln Whllby, M. J. Jlellale and T, I.. Wil
Hams. A (rood time In anticipated. '
I lie hnitnu of l',vtliia lodge aie liiikln.' pre
pautiniii for their annlverviiy banquet, whitl
will be KiU'd by Iho, ladles uf tho -iipicluiiiii
blurt naptlol cliuuli in the lather Ma I hew lul
next Monday cwnlntr.
Ceoria- llenton, el farhotidalr, was u taller it
town jeatci Uay,
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