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THE SCKANTON TlUBUNE-TfiURSlUY, MAV 2!), 1002.
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The News of Catbondale,
Nightof Decoration Day
At Burke's Hall,
Commencing at 8 O'clock.
Expense : 50 Cents
Airnngements for a Fitting' Obsetv
nnce of This Significant Day Two
Hunched Soldieis' Qinves to Bo
Decointed in the Morning The
Line of Maich of Pninde and Other
Useful Infoimntlon of the Day,
Supplied in Conimandei McComb's
rinal Oidcis Camp riie in the
Tomonoi. , Memoilnl Uiy, will be llt
lluglv oiti veil liv the --oldleis of
1 ivies' iiist, 1ST, (iiiiml Aitnv of tin1
Kepublli. who will be joined In the stil
I'lnn cvi'itNci bv the Spanlsh-Amc'ile m
Will Volunti'ei.s In Cm bontlule.
The pi of-i amine of I tit- day Is gllen
In tho Until outer uf Colnm-1 .Inliii .Jb
Potnl), tonini.indoi ol Dalies' liost. wTio
ufleis some thrih suggestions mill at
the '.inic time supplies nil the ile-Jicd
inim mutton nl the exetcl-is
As Is eustoiii irv, tin1 tleeoiatlng m tho
giaies will lie the lb st wniK ol the
fui11ii4 suldlci ', who will spicael
How pi i o n the testing pliues ol two
huudli'el ill Hull I'oiiu.iiles, whose
jnoiinils lie -t itteicd anions thlileen
cenietei leu The Sons of Veteians will
islst In thN woik All who have llow
oi s to spue i.i e ieiiiestei to olfei them
as leineiiiln.imi s of the heioli deul
The piuule will t.iKe plate In the
illuming mil will stmt tiom the post
hall at !i o'clock, lollow Ing tli" line of
nmi eh to Memoilnl piil, as hen In
Coinni.inilei Mt Combs oidei- llusl-ne-s
men ami elti.ens gpnetally, aie le
qucstcd to hoist the 'tins and stiipts
to half-mast Those who hale i .li
nages to spate, will do a Aiatelul nit
bj allow las' the ne of them to the let
eians duiing the imiatle.manv of whom
aie not Mions enough to lollow the
line of malt h.
In the afleiiioon theie will lie u e imp
Hie In the post looms on Salem ave
nue, which will be a jollification loi
the old '-oldieis lion James .1. O'Neill
will bo among: the spenkois
The eseieists In detail aie glien in
the following oidei .
Memorial Day Piogiamme.
lr,ul(ii,nteis S ig"iint Willi im II Utile-.
I'uM, No 1ST, IXptitmeiit ol l'i nii-
jv ;mi;i CI nil id Alm ol the Ucpulilk
f'ailiond.ile, I' i WpiIiH'mI i,, M.I J - 1 "J."
Fpci l.il Oult i ,'n I
Talk Hag to lie nil-til liiill-n i"l at i
o i lot ' a 1"
All lings in tin H -liould lie at lulf
ni ist dining: the d t
In Iionoi of nm nation- delendnis hn-l-n-
plners nmi pi hate eludings l null!
be liieh ciubi'llMu d with mil iutititi s
Details to adlu-t lilies nlnip the -iiiImI
ilnsl of diii honoud di ad should have
t lie ii woik iicilmniMl li Tlimsdui uu
ing, Mai .")
"i hive aboiil two hii'Hlli.l luouud- to
visit 'I he an -iiuteKd thiougli t 111 i -tein
cine tci let The di-tanie to be coi
oioel Is gloat and the noil, aidiio is
Sons ol Vetii.nm s'lould be )iotiiit ti
ar-lst in tills u oik and llRhteri the lulioi
of the nn.li who wue miiiiik: liiu v.ai,
Details to leiihe tloml li limits -hould
be in the po-t loom Til.liv nioiulii at 7
i t loek sh.ii i
All people within oin puiliul vim lai.
llowois to -pine .tie Imlipd to s. ad them
lo Ihu po-t loom, Tl-7.1 Stkm iivpiiii , ln
twpin 7 and s oilixk Tildav mui uliiv:
TIip Women s Ttelltf cmjis nil) luno
ihaiKe ol tin woik pnpiiilinr 1miiii.'Is
ami iliaplils, and th, M dellHlili d
to lime volunUi i aid
Sihool thlltlien aie toidlalh linlled to
JniiiK llowois and tisilst the woil.eis
I'oniiadis aie all diipctpd to nooit l!
foie ! o clock, each one In lull uiilloiiu,
if possible Thin will be woik tu elo
Suns ni Wtiians In lull uiilloiiu, with
Until lie Founel the klht I" ioJ.
What a hades sumo people go tliiiiiiBh
lii'iause theh looel eloes not .supply the
light kind of nouilsliinent to the bodi.
Take the lollow lnpr loi eMtniple,
A (jentlPiuun In Hultliuoie s,!)-:
"About two eais ago I began to e.vpei
ieiue a peculiar depie-slon oceusionally
villi pains In the h.uk pint til in htntl
anil down along the spine, Uimhmlly
my eehlght began to mil and m mein
in y giew poor, a geneial nenuusuess
net In. I used all the will power
could command to help myself bin was
loiceel to give up n goo.l position ami
scejj. the adMie or the laiully elnetoi.
Ie sijltl neui asthenia anil t.cni nie to a
Kjeat ncnf hpedniiHt, So for four
lnontlis I huh niussiiff.'il mm dosed wltli
inedlylue, but nil to no bonoilt: then 1
ein to New Voik and toiihulteil Hi,
77. "'' 5e,lt ",l '" another gieal spe-
cnjllttind he In tm if sent nm to
Hu.nHu.iJuiN wJipih I tueel Im it long
l fth the .nu old htoiy. 1 wan
rtpste with meilklno and innsmged ami
liathpd. rinnllj I lett ilium and we-nt
lo another fiieelallht who told me r
flltld, only live u lew lnontlis, This
ra(hep fiigbtened iiiq and 1 pliued ruy-
nelf undei Dr. , Hu tald the btoimieh
was at fault ami piobably I had not
been given the light kind of food.
.iW-Uput nm a cejtulu line or tieal
meilt jpid Insisted that I iibo tluee jh
fflui ilftjflppoufullB of Ui ape-Nuts, each
if,Ut I -ts iiiuler bis caie for Feveuil
Minntliu I steadily Impioved 'until now
X,.i,if fully lestoied to both mental ti nil
lie explained to me that fliape-Nuts
contains u goodly poitlon of phosphate
of potaah, a neivo and biaiu food, and
that, tho tood being pattlally dlgmteel
)he system could make use of It eablly,
At uny rate I got well and both the
doctor and myself know (hat Chape
Nuts made It possible,
1 Hlncerely bellovu that piactleally ull
Uf our nervous troubles nio caused by
Imperfect nourishment, It was fortunate
for me that I could pet such a food as
Orape-Nuts. You can use this letter,
lint don't publish my name, please."'
Name given by Postum Co., Uuttle
nuns and. iitnmunltloil, ale ieitieleil lo
lepiiit ill s n'LleiL'k, at post loom.
All Immilitbh' dint Inn id Hiildlui mill
inn anil in ii hies tile linlleil to Join with
Men w tin lime followtd the llng'tn morn
tecelit Minn mo (onllnll askrd to piii
tlelpate III llie naiaile. '
Talilotlu iieople who have ran Inge's at
their illxpiiHiil, anil a ijeneioiis Impillso lo
ukhIsI Piifoehhel ioiiihiiIph to Hit nei the
Hue of nun ill, hip Invitee! to luue tin lit
at post lii'iedeiiiillteis at S Irt o'clock, will!
lull nr -I altiahee.
Dunn imps will icpoit pinniptly at s
I 'a mile will Ktait a( fl o'llmk.
All eonilildes me iuiUHleel to liikei pint
111 llie piiliule, and not to usslimu pcionil
Line of Match.
Plum bull oil Siilcni liM'tiiie, up t'liiuell
htient to A tu 1 ii : dim n .Main to highlit ave
nue: I'.lglilh aveillie "to Chili t li nil ee It
Ohm ill stieit lo .Memoilnl pull.
Appiopilute senkes will be obseived In
the pule, aflei which the paiiule will b
lontlmipil im .Inbi sheet to rialem ne
niie mid thence to hiniliiuai teis, wheie
the pniide will bo dlstiil-scil
Kiom liiniliiiiai ti is the remeteiv de
tails will stall oa IIipIi lespietlvo mls
hIiiiis, ami plaie lilbnli's of a Iter t Ion and
ii nn nilii am e on the giaxes ol those who
helped bent the tattoo of human pl.neiy,
nmi the i i'M llie of iinhcisal ficidoin, lib
pi tv anil Inlelleetiiiil aiKancenieiil,
Dinner will be sei u el In the post loom
In the Indies of the Woman s Itellef mipq
A inmii-llti- will Ii- held in the nftei
iieon at hi'iidipi.u le is. at which Moil.
.lame u .1. O NpIII and olhcis will talk, and
at whli Ii the t mm mips will hive a i lmnco
lo enjnv lliemsplus to their heal ts' roa
tint l!v iiiiIpi of
.lohii Me Co. lib. ('iinilnaud i.
Attest. W. It t'linse. Adjutant
NUPTJALS AT ST. ROSE
An Immense Thiong of Young Peo
ple Witness the Nuptials of Miss
Mniy Geiiity and Edwaid J. Hea
ley, Who Aie Conspicuous in Cm
bondale Social Ciicles.
An immelisu, gatlieiing of joung peo
ple almost lllle d the c hui c h of St. Ko.se
.p ipiilav al tel noon when the nuptials
o Mi-s .Mm v Oe.iiItv.ol Dunelaff slieet,
and Telwaid J. ilialev, n pioniiiient
cltlPii ol Fell township, anil ccni.illy
conspicuous hi Caibondaie business cb
e le-. line1 celebtated
Tlie ceiemon.i, the bi'.uitilul slmplk
il ot wblili was a sinibol ol the Hies
,uiel cliaiactet ot the bi ide and gloom,
was soIemnlKi el In the pastoi of St,
IJosi.'ihuich Veil itei. T T. Corfe,
A' li , at 1 o'clock
A conspicuous lealuie of the pioies
slon ot till' bildil pail to the chtiiih
was its being eh awn to the s,ltied edi
fice In the splendid Not man hoises ot
the Columbia Ilo-e compani, guided bj
TiMiiianent man Thomas Kiuunan, who
woie Ihu lumpauv's iinifoini Mi.
lleiley, the gloom, is one ot the
most aetlie mid influential meinbeis
ol the- Columbias, which explains this
little inteiestlnjf depai tutu fioiii tlie
Pi of SioeKinnii londeied the Jo ful
music of the mat eh iiom l.oliengiin,
Mile, n the hiielfil pioipsslun men eel up
tlie aisle, while the expntnut assem
blage of well-wishing 1 1 lends showed
ihcieaseel Intel est In the couple who
sh.ueil so eltepli in theii kind loelln?
The In ide was attended 1. Mlss Kit
tie Healei, ot West Pctanton, and Wil
liam Uenlei, the gloom's biothei, was
bis best man. Miss fienitj was an
e(HiMt( Inlde. She vioie a sown of
rnulaid satin, aitlstically elecoiated
Willi applietue llei Gilnsboioiigh hat
of whiti, e omploted the plctuie of
loieliness she piesented. She cniled
a bouquet ol white loses. In which woie
mingled lilies n the valley. .Miss
TIealei, the maid, was mot be eoming
h gowned in rnulaid ".it In of old lose,
with appliitue tiinimings; and a plc
tuip hit. Sh" i in i Itil ellow loses
and lllle-, eif the vallev.
Artei the nuptial knot was tied and
the good wishes and blessing ot the
pasioi wuie bc-loied, tho biidal pai ty
letbed to the siialus ot Mendels-ohn's
The lpieptlon and dliinei followed at
the homo ni the bible's patents on Dun
da IT slieet, where olilv the iclatlies
assembled to honoi the occasion. At
III 01, All. and Mis, lleiilev left oiei
the Uelawaie ami Hudson fen New
Yoik elij, wheie ihoy will spend their
hone moon On leiuinlng, they will
icshl.. mi Diinduff stieet, and will lie at
home afti'i June 10
Alls'. Ilealey bus been emploitel for
neailv ten eais as a lomposltoi on
tile Hi'enlin; Lenelei, wheie her hiipei
lois anil associates so itgiiuled hei that
they keeuli feel lier wltlidiawal, though
heaitilv uniting' In wishes foi hoi (u
tilie happiness, Slie is n guuluate of
the Caibondaie High school, and has
been conspicuous in hei "oelal set, Hei
simplicity of niaiiner ami hei kind
sjihli haii' indoaieil her to u legion of
ti leads whose, best wIMies she paiticu
laily enjo.is on this happy occasion.
Air, Ihulej Is piopiletor of tint An
lluacltii Oalo In this city, and has a
high standing among the business men
of Cnibond tle, He likewise shines the
highest login tls of those with whom
he associates in a social n, lie Is a
member of the Columbia Hose lom
pany, and no menibei Is mme popiilin
than lie. At Ills home In Fell township,
he enjoys the highest conlldenco of lils
follow eltlKeiis, holding: the olllce ot
tieasuici ol the Fell se'hool' boaid,
No Meeting of Tempeiauce Logijn.
Theie will be no meeting this week
of tho l.o al Tempoiauio Legion at
tlin Fltst i.'onf,iegntloiml chinch, owing
to Filday, the legulur meeting tiny, be
ing Memoilal Uiy.
Poor Boaid Meets Tonight.
The Cm hondali' poor hoiiid will meet
In Its looms In the city building this
eieiilng, Instead of tumoiiow night, the
legulur meeting night. Totnoiioiv be
ing Alenioilul Day caused the iliunge.
Meetings of Tonight,
tleoige U. lliiiidolph camp, Sous of
At the Knights Templar Ball,
Among the Cuiboudallans wim at
tended the ckullng ball of the Knights
Templar In the amioiy at Sci.iuton mi
Tuesday nlghl weio: Sir Knights ami
MesduiiKH Piank IJ Dennis, Cleoige W.
Cioss, John H .Shannon, W. i'leteh
er, tl, F. Siilgcit, H. IJ. Wilbur, J. Al.
Stewnit, A. 13. Tllfan, H, Al, Vaniian,
AV, D. Klaus, F, F. noemmelnieyer,
Oeorgp Patteibon, J, P. A. Thigloy, C.
li. Oeaiy, Ah-, and Ahs. llauy Wilght,
Aliases Allnnln Howeu, Oeittudc Dennis,
S.ua and Ihnmu Swltit, and Alice
Voyle, of olvplinnlj Melvln W. Tappan
Levi Patteison, John O. Miles, W. A.
Spencer, P. J. Fouler, .1phc nngley,
.tumps Place. '
WILL PLAY HONESDALe.
Cicsccnts Will Go to Maple City on
Satuidny Other Base Ball Notes
Jlonesdale has accenled a challenge
fioiii the CiosppiHh ittul our "Pels" hip
to have a tiy at the foimlilable team In
the CheHtniit boiotiRh, which we have
been lending about.
Alunnger Dlttilck, of Honesdale, was
In Carhonilalu ypsleulay and brought
home an ngi cement not for one game,
hut for two, The 111 at will be played
In ilonesdale on Saturday nfteinoon
next! the leturn game on the following
Saturday In Carbomlnle. At last wn
ate paitly satlsilcd, and will be fully
satlslled when we wallop the Maple city
A veiy Intel estlng game of base ball
will take placp on the Lake IxHloto
giounds Filday morning, when the
Helmont Stieet Crackeijncks will play
the Peach Hill Ihisheci
Will Dunn villi pitch flir tho "Clacks,"
and Hni iv lUiblnson will catch, irho
lest of the loam Is In good older and
will glic the Uusheis a run for their
The (Hunts, of South Alain stieet, de
feated the Llllles, of Pike stieet, yes
teiday nfteinoon on Sand'sdleld. The
sioie was: Giants. 17: Llllles, !), AVitlsh
timplieel the game. The lluc-up was as
follows: Giants Aim my, c.: Kelly, p ;
L. AlcDonalel, s s ; Walsh, lb ; IJoylan,
lib, j Atkinson, 3b,; F. Alurrny, 1, f,; L.
Little, l. !.; II. Lin kin, c. f. Lillles
nille, i.; A. Cohen, p.: Conuughton,
s. s.; Kllancltey, lb ; I. Cohen, L'b.; O,
Aim tin, ab.; J. Kelly, 1. f.; J. Levy, r. f.;
,1. Cit Kiln. c f.
An c cltlng: game of base bull oc
ciiiieel on Sandy's Held estetelay nf
teinoon, when the Athletics defeated
the Choweis, of Womlng stieet, by a
scene of 7 lo fl The game vius lost by
the bad playing of AVellbrock, of tho
' Cheweis" The le.ituie of the game
was the pitching of Aloigan. O'Day
umplieil the game.
TWO JUNE WEDDINGS.
Young People Who Will Wed in St.
Rose Chinch Next Month.
The month of June which Is nlwajs
piollflc of nun i luges, will not be lack
ing in this leopect this eur It can
safely lie said Two announcements
hive ab end v been made of the wed
dings ol two couples fiotn the ounger
society of the town.
Tlie lb st of these nuptials will bo cel
ebialed in St Rose chuieh on AVeclnps
dni ne.Nt, June 4, when Allss Cathmlne
Qtiinn, of Fallbiook stieet. and John
Hcanlon, of the '.line thoioughfare,
will be the pai ties The eeiemony will
take place at !) o'clock In the foienoon.
The other announcement Is that of
Allss Luc McDonough. daughter of ex
Common Councilman P. G. JIcDonotigh,
of Cottage stieet, and Michael B.nrett,
son or PN-Chlef-of-Police Al. F. Batrctt,
ol Fallbiook street, who villi be wedded
in tlie afternoon ot Wednesda, June
IS at St. Rose chuieh,
All or the pai ties are populai among
their acquaintances and the announce
ment of their coming nuptials win be
met vi lib nuineioiis he.n t congratula
tions AT HIGH SCHOOL TODAY.
Attorney John McCouit Will Deliver
the Memoiial Address.
This ntteinoon will be Inteiesting at
the High school as It bus been dedi
cated to tlie obsci v.nue of Alemorlal
The feituio of the PNeuises will be
the add! ess by Attorney John AlcCouit,
of Scianton. All AlcCouit is a vigoi
ous speaker and his patiiotic uttei-ance-.
aie ceitaiu to bo timely and to
awaken a bettei appieciation of the
sjililt ol Alenioiial da.
'llie High school otchestia will i cu
tlet seven al selections and the students
will join In singing the national an
thems. The eNeitises will take plate in tlie
audiloilum, commencing at 2.30, The
public is uiged to attend, pirticularly
the pai ents and the soldieis of the
thand Atmv, on whom the exumple of
the students s teitain to make a deep
Decided at Last Night's Meeting on
Memoiial Day Exeicises.
The Spaiilsh-Aineilcan volunteeih at
a meeting last night In the Mitchell
compan.'s pai loi. s, decided to accept
the Invitation of Davles' post, G. A. R
lo pai Help ite In Memoiial day exei
e Ises and will be out with a good lep
icsentatlon In tomouon'a parade.
l'i evident William J. Meyeis, or the
association, was III the cliuii. It vias
mm OF THE LOOM.
Men and women of taste and judgment
go into eestiic.es oei the wonderful pat
terns, textures and colors which are "the
fruit of the loom," But there ts on
frml of the loom
they rarelj con
eider, unci that is
the frail and faded
vioiimu, old before
her tune, because
her to work under
seud her more
favored sister to
bed and the doc
which weaken and
ihuy in almost all
cases be cured by
the use of Dr,
Prescription, 1 1
lardy, clnes weak
ening drains, heals
cures female weak
ness. "I had frmnlcr trouble for eight years," write.
Mrs, 1 J Dennis, of 828 Hilt College htreet,
lacUsouiillc, 1IU Worels cannot express what
1 suffered, touxhl trlirf among Hit mtiical
fioftsuoii and found nam. 1'rieneU urged roe to
tf Dr, Pierce's l'aorite Prescription When I
commenced tuklug this medicine I weighed
ninety-Sir poiiiuU Now 1 weigh oue hundred
ond fitly W pounds more than I ever weighed
before, 1 a to had I would lie front day to
day and lung far death to tome and relieve my
(iifleriug. I had internal Inflammation a ili
acrreeabie drain, brearlug-dowu pain, ami such
dtntrcs every month, but lion I liner liaie a
pain-do all my own work and am it Mroug and
healthy woman "
' "l'aorite Prescription" makes weak
women strong, sick women well, Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
Dr, Pietce's Pleasant Pellets should be
used with " Favorite Prescription " when
e er a laxative it required.
DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S,
All nriiBRlMH grille
At $1 oo a Do tt lo.
decided to meet totnonow' liioinlug at
S o'clock, and pioceod thence to Davles'
post riuarters on Salem avenue to he
assigned a position In the line of
In oulei to make a wot thy lniptesslon
It vi as piopospd unci decided to tender
an Invltutlon to Captain Thomas Atui
phy, ot this city, captain of Company
C leglment, to assume command of the
volunteets In the paiade. It Is prob
ablo that Captain Mtnphv will give a
favoiable answer to the committee
when It calls on htm this morning.
The mpetlngs which tho Spnnlsh
Ameilcan volunteeis have had tecently
filled them with the hope that they
tout effect a permanent orgnnbatton.
Uiged b.i President Jleyers, the le
tuined soldieis decided to this effect,
and a meeting vins set for Tuesday,
June 10. at the Atltehell hose house.
Aleetlngs theienfter will be the Hist
Tuesday of each month.
A. 0. H. DEGREE WORK.
An Eventful Night for Carbondalft
Divisions Four Degrees Exempli
fied by Aichbald Degree Team.
Last night was an eientful one in the
history of the thioc divisions In Cai
bondaie of the Ancient Older of Hlbei
Besides having as their guct C.
Donovan, esq, of Scianton, county
president of the oidei, the dlilsions
wltnpssed the exemplification of the
new iltu.il vioik, which was approved
and accepted at the national convention
held lu Boston.
Tho exemplification consisted in the
eonfeiiing of the foul degrees on fif
teen membeis, Ave fiom each of the
divisions in this cit. The team which
did the woik was tho elegiee team of
the Aichbald, the members of whom
aie expel t and whose knowledge of the
lituil and whoso execution deeply 1m
piessed the Caibondaie Hibernians,
whoe flist time, It vius to witness an
exemplification, uf the beautiful and
giandly imptesslve iltual
The exeiclses took nlace In AVatt's
hall and continued from S o'clock jjntll
11. Tho occasion was one ot much social
enjoyment, besides the Insliuctlon and
edification It afloided.
Dance on Friday Night.
TheiP will bo a dance In the Guike
building on Tilda, which offei.s nn
evening of pleasant enjoyment to the
devotees of this dlveision. The man
agement of the aft air is the hame
which has been successful hetetofoie
In the management of similar entei
piisps. Fiith will piovldo music and
Collins will be the dliector of dances,
Position in Philadelphia.
.1 Pianklin Crow oil, founeily oigan
Ist at the Flist Congi egatlonal chuieh,
left on Tuesday for Philadelphia, wheie
he hns secured a position as musical dt
lector which will keep him engaged
duiing the summer months, He will
1 etui 11 lo Caibondaie In September.
Tuneral Today. '
The f uncial of the late Heniy AVhlt
tingtou will take place this nfteinoon
at J.30 fiom the letddenie, on Biikctt
stieet. Set vices will be nt 2.30 o'cloek,
f'oiut Idly, Xo. 10, Foiesteis of Ameit
ca, will bine ehnige of the obsequies.
Mine Engineers Meet.
The Htntloneiy engluecis and niemen
of t'nrbondnlp. held a meeting last
evening and dpelded on the course of
action net vieeit, but lefuse to divulge
Tendeied a Faiewell.
Thomas and Jaine.s Hobb.s, of Bel
mont utieet. leave today for Aionfelt.
Theie was a faiewell puity given them
at theh home liiht evening.
Throop Family 111.
The family of Mia. Nicholas Flood,
of Ji'llilete Ftieet, hlx In number, aie ull
111 of measles.
THE NEWS IN BRIEI".
Miss Maigaiet i'ole of the. AWst
Side, Is slsltlng lelutlve's In Patei.son,
The AViilbcll tamlly, of Summit ave
nue, ye.steidny moved their household
goods to Unlondtile, wheie they Intend
.Misses Oiaee and Kdiiu Will fey, who
hnvo been visiting .Miss IJdnii ijood
ilih at hei home on Belmont stieet,
litivii tetutnetl to their homo in Oieen
Heniy Lewis of summit avenue, left
yesteuhiy aftmnoou lor Xew Yoik
ill wluio ho will assist In electing an
Ice machine for tho Caibondaie Mu
THE PASSING THRONa.
Miss neiic'ilcio Hellly, of Plpnnnt
Mount, was a Caibondaie visitor yes
Mis. P, A. Cat 1 oil and chlldien went
to UonuMlulu esteulay, to spend sty
Miss Kietlioilnc; allien, the masseuse,
made a piofesslonal visit to Scianton
Miss L'lslo Uoelie, of Jeunyn, was
the guest of Caibondaie iclatlves on
Mis. William .Million, of Olyphant.
wua it guest yesteiday at tho home of
Mr, and Mrs. D. p. BurUe.
II. D. Clempns, of Scrnntnn, a inom
bor of tho Drlo company auiveyois'
coips of tho Dunmoie general ofllces,
was at the Ilairison house last yeur.
Bey, Dr. II. J, Whalen, pastor of the
Connolly & Wallace
To drop down to a common
place store would be to drown
our Ideals. Advance, 'advance,
advance, is the law of the life of
Store Closed on Friday, Memorial Bay
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A hundred more of these Dimitv Ouilts so much in de
mand now for summer bedding.
The 8-4 size, 68x90 inches $ .95
" 1 1-4 " 87x90 " 1.15
White Crochet Spreads, full size, hemmed and ready for
use 95c. , Very special, s
The $1.50 ones for $1.25, simply because the line is
broken they are covered with fine silkoiine and filled with
white cotton, light, soft and fluffy.
Pongee Waists, $5.00
Coveted with little embroidered
dots done in color; the collar trim
med with silk embroidered turn-over
to match the dots.
And of all the materials that nie
fashionable for waists this summer
Pongee is in the lead.
"Waists like these would usually be
S6.7S but we had them made to our
Connolly & Wallace
Berenn Baptist chuieh, leturnod yes
tetday from Philadelphia, wheie he
spent seyota' d.i.s
fix-Judge Wilson and Hon. John Kin
back, of IJonesdale, were In Caibondaie
yesteiday on their nay home fiom the
Knights Templai celebiation at Sciun
ton. John H Jot dan, geneial manager ot
the Lake JjodoieNlmpiovement corn
pan, was In the city yesterday, at
tending to some details of the opening
of Lake Lodote on Memorial Day.
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
The Citizens band will give an open
nli conceit on Main stieet tbib nftei
noon nt 3 o'clock, foi which the follow
ing programme has been 11101)111011:
Mm ch, "Bethany Commandeiy" (Mei);
"Qttth of Love" (Lafeity): oveiture,
"High Ball" (Beyer); cornet solo,
"Luella Pollen" (Althotioe); oveiture,
"Felicia" (Clounwald), song and dance
(selected): conceit vialtz, "lolanthe;"
match, "Blaze An.iv" (Holzman).
The foimutlon and line of maich ot
the .societies taking pait in tomouow
morning's pai ado will be as follows:
Orand mnishal, chief of police, old Vet
eians In cartlages, can luges containing
speakers, Hogaith'.s band, filing squad
Pons of Veteians, Spanish-American
War Veteians, Jerinyn Bos bilgade.
The ptu tide villi start fiom Enteioilse
hall at 0 1,", o'clock, up Main stieet to
Hushbinok stieet, down Second street
to Cemeteiv. A'fter exeiclses the line
will be le-foimed unci nioceed down
t'emeteiy stieet to Main stiet. to Kn
tei prise hull. The Jennn Boys' bilgade
will then maich to Muyllold with the
Sons of Veteians. The bilgade will be
In 1 hinge of their instiuctoi, Colonel
Bolton, of Ol pliant, to Whom the boys
nie Indebted for their pioflciency In
their di ill and manoeuvies.
Rev, Twson, 01 Plttsbmg, fotmer
pastor of the Congiegntlonal chuieh,
will mench heie in the chinch next
Monday evening, when he will, no
doubt, be gieetecl b a huge congiega
tlon, A little daughter nulled esteulay at
the home ol Mr. and .Mis, Frank Cog
gins, of Mayfield, v
Di. S. D, Dai Is and daughter, Coin,
intended the Knights Templar bait In
the Scianton aunoiy, Tuesday night.
The public school teim will end next
Wednesday, -The comment einent exer
cises will be held on Fiidaj, June ti, In
"A Day In Camp" will be giien in
Knteipilse hall tomnuoiv evening.
A ease' of smallpox has been disc in -eied
on the "Bed Bow." The victim Is
a man nanied Dugeno Wreck, A few
days ago he complained of feeling lit
and Di, Kennedy of Pilcebuig was
called In, Ha diagnosed the case as
smallpox, The houso has bien quai
antlned and tho wife and child of the
patient will bo vaccinated today. Dr,
Kennedy pays tlie enso is a mild one.
but a number of people were exposed
to tho disease before a physician was
Dr. Ilnny E. Jones, who gi actuated
A Farmer Straightened Out.
"A man llvlnc on a faun near hero
camo In a shoit time ago completely
doubled up with iheumntlsm, f handed
htm u bottle of Chambei Iain's Pain
lialm and told him t,o use It Cicely and
If not satisfied after using It he need
not pay a cent for It," says C. P, Rny
der, of Pattens Mills, N. Y. "A few
days later he walked Into the stoie us
straight as a stilng nnd handed me a
dollar saying, "give me another botllo
of Chambei Iain's Pain Balm. I want
it In the house all the time for it cured
me.' " Tor salo by all drugslsts.
12Jc Dimities and Lawns
.The daintiest, loveliest, lightest,
coolest little dress materials in the
world, and so inexpensive that you
would scarcely expect to see scattered
over them the beautiful little lose
buds and Dresden figures, with the
one edge of the selvage bound by a
border. Yet heie they aie, fresh
an entirely new lot of designs and
at the Medlco-CbuiUiglcal college,
Philadelphia, las-t week, has lettuned
to tills place.
At the Memoiial day sen Ices which
will be held at St. Patiiek's cemeteiy
tomouow morning, the following pio
giamme will be lendeted: Invocation,
Bev. P. J. Muiphy; hymn, "Xeaiei, My
God to Thee," Holy Name society and
chob , pinei Bev. J. J. O'Donnell;
hymn, "Jeiusalem,'.' Holy Nume society
and choir; memoiial oration, Bev. Di.
Geoige J. Lucas. Blossburg, Pa.; un
veiling and blessing of the statue of the
Blessed Virgin, Bev. P. J. Muiphy;
"M Counti 'Tls of Thee." choir and
Holy Name soclet. The statue to be
dedicated was impotted fiom Geimany.
It is of beautiful marble unci stands
nine feet in height. The members of tho
Holy Name society and the sodalities
will meet at the Father Mathew opeia
house at ! o'clock and walk In n body
to thf cemetei'. A coidlal Imitation
Is extended to the public to attend the
Miss Elizabeth Holmes, of Plttston,
was the guest of Mr. and Mis. J. W.
Sweeney, of Lackawanna street, Tues
day. Mi. and Mis. Hnuy Howard aie vis
iting lelatives at South Gibson.
.Mis J. Aillngtnn Spencer and chil
dren, of Wllkes-Baiie, aie the guests
of Bev. Di. Spencer at the Rlukely
The entcitalnment held last evening
In the Welsh Congiegntlonal chinch,
mulct the auspices ol tlie .luienlle
choli, was well patlonUetl The pio
ceeds will be used to delta tlie ex
penses of the choir tomouow, when It
goes to compete at the uutlonul eis
teddfod at the new ainioiy. Their
chance Is veiy blight foi I'liptuiing one
ot the prizes at tomoii oil's big event.
Aichbald mine local, No. 1C49, United
Mine Workeis of Ameilia, will hold
uu liupoitant meeting this evening In
their looms, In the Odd Fellows' hall.
Business 01 Impoitaiue will be tians
acted, Tho local steamship agents aie leap
ing ti bin vest these diis, In the man
ner they dispose of passage tickets to
many or tho foielgn countiles.
Di, J. S. Pot tens, of Main stieet, was
In attendance at tlie Knights Templai
convention ut Scianton this week,
Today the schools of our boiough
will close ior their nine months' teim.
Mis. Elmer T, Daniels, wire of Dep
uty Cleik of the Com is Daniels, will
leave tomouow foi 11 visit to bet foi
iiier home In Ohio.
Mis, William Snowdeu, of Wnmuit.
Is a guest ut tho home of hei slstei,
Mis, James Douiin, of Main slieet.
MM Annie and Jacob Scheiei, ot
Union stieet, attended the funeutl of
the late Herman Schtien, In West
Joseph Ilowells was among the num
bei who left tor a 11 Ip to his native
land, Wale.-1, on Tuesday,
Tho T.olor Reds wilt Joutuc to West
Plttston on Satin day, wlieio they will
meet tho lepiesentatlve team of that
place. A large mimbei of looteis will
uc company them, ,,
Miss Ada Kloss, of T.ijloi stiiet, Is
bcilousl III '
C. V. UoicligieiliiU, thevlhst man to
set fejot on the Antiuctlc continent, In
nn mtlelc called "Faitliest .South," In
tho Outlook, wi lies as follows of the
Clnclcis he euinunteied theie;
"Tho elevation Is notable, peaks
leaching 11,000 leet uboie the sea, while
mighty glucleis descend by a vety steep
gi action t tnwaids the sea. The glacleis
nie cut tluoiuh by yuivnlng cievasses,
leady to devour uny caieless tiuveler
wtio ventures upon them. One of my
Noineulan Laps fell hcadloiuj Into one
It requires a fund of fresh
knowledge to keep the dry
goods store that serves the
people best. Last years ideas
are twelve months behind as
worthless as bankrupt stocks.
Moiie taffeta, splendid quality; 4
inches wide, 25c. a yard.
Plain taffeta, with a beautiful lus'
ter, 4 3-4 inches wide, 25c. a yard.
In the regular ribbon stock are
white ribbons of all widths, from the
narrowest to the widest, and all prices
from 4c. to 60c. a yard a greater
variety than we have seen anywherr
of these cievasses. He fell sixty feet,
and wits then jammed at a nauow
place In the cievasse. Had he fallen a
little moie to the light of where he
was, he wotdcl undoubtedly have been
lost. These glaciers aie, in my opin
ion, nothing moie or less than mighty
llieis di (lining the vast lee-fields
which cover the land. I mean to say
that tlie glacicis within the Amniotic
as well as the Aictlc legions take the
place of llveis In w aimer lands. Many
suggestions haie been made as to the
thickness of this Uu covoi. I do not
think that, as an aveiuge. It Is much
moie than fifty feet on tho big flats,
but undoubtedly liemendous Ice masses
auiimulntc lu the glnclei beds In tho
same way as does the water lu river
beds. The fact that lie descends to
il mils the sen only compaiattvely veiy
slowly, nibbing 01 er the uneven locks,
makes the lee heap together tor thou
sands of feet. The le.ebeigs dtsehaiged
fiom tho glacleis show this of them
selves. The highest I have seen was
about tluee hunched feet but, accoi cl
ing to the specific giavity of sea tec,
they extend below water in a piopor
t ton of moie Hutu eight to one, Thus,
an Iceberg tluee hunched feet high
would have a depth of twenty-four
I'ioiu Uu' null's ( oniunloii
Yeais ago at u gieat unlieislty In
Massachusetts theie was a distinguish
ed ptofessoi whoe looks did not coi
lespond to the sweetness mid power of
his mind His face was one of the sort
thut suggests nicknames, and his way
of walking and talking weie easily
tinned to caiiiutun'.
One of Ills students was a clever
mlmli. lie took off the dtolleiles of all
members of tho facult to the delight
01 his fellow students, and this pro
fessor came In for his shine of ildle-ule,
(t happened that once when the nihil
lo was amusing some of his class
mates with Imitations of Piofessoi ,
one of the audience was a tactless tell
tale, who boaieleel ut the piofessoi's
house, Of coutse he told the good old
gentleman that be had been the object
uf liicieient ildlcule,
Tho next day the piotessor culknl his
mimic to his desk aftei class unci said
".Mr. Hiiiilsiin, I iindeibtaiid that on
have been having some fun at my ex
pense. 1 icalUe that i lend myself to
cailcatuie, and I do not mind your
amiiblng out self nnd otheis by taking
off my pecullniltlch. All 1 suggest s
that in the futuie i'ou be e.ueful 4.
chooso for our audience men of fact
and cood sense,"
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