The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 29, 1902, Page 8, Image 8

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S.cranton Choral Society Met Last Night for
the Final Rehearsal Before the
'Big Eisteddfod.
Finn I rehearsals of the several choir
it this Hide, who will participate In the
rhttlonal eisteddfod to 1m held In the
now iirmory on Memorial dn.v. took
place lust evening. The Scran ton Choral
Hoelety. which numbers about two Inin
dirrt voices, male ami reunite, and
which will compete lor the M.000 prize
at the eisteddfod, held the last rehear
sal In St. David's hall. Hundreds of
ndmlrCrs were present, who heartily
applauded the choir for Its Rood work.
The Oxford Hale party also held a
rehearsal' In the same hall. Ucsldes the
ribove choruses, two more are entered
In.other competitions. Mrs. Nellie Moses
Thomas's female chorus, which has
achieved a most enviable name for Its
splendid work In the past tit several
eisteddfods, will also enter, and the
Juvenile choir of the Tabernacle Con
gregational church, on South Hyde
Park avenue, will compete for a prize
of '$75 on the selection, "The Night
Bell." v
Interest on this side In the eistedd
fod Is keen, and hundreds- from Hyde
Purk will, no doubt, attend Friday to
cheer and encourage their favorites.
AH choirs have put on the finishing
touches, and are anxiously waiting for
the fray to begin.
Entertainment Tonight.
.Below Is given the programme to be
rendered by the Intermediate and
Junior leagues of the Embury Metho
dist Kplscopal church, Thursday even
ing, at the house-warming party. The
entertainment Is free, and will be held
In. the basement of the church. Ice
cream,"" cake and strawberries will be
for sale after the entertainment. The
public- Is cordially invited. The pro
gramme: "Aty Country 'Tis of Tlwe,4'
Members of Junior League ,j
Recitation "Memorial Day"
Irene Parsons
Recitation Gertie Dagger
Instrumental Solo Irene Moses
Recitation "Dreaming or That Hour"
-"" Willie Alspaugh
Recitation "Step by Step."
Beatrice Footo
Instrumental Solo Anna Davis
Recitation Bessie Dielil
Recitation Ruth Gordon
Recitation "Memorial Day"
" . Jessie Samms
Instrumental Soilo Nellie House
Mother-lnrLaw Victorious.
It. C3. Meeha.n, of North Sherman
a venue, who thrashed his mother-in-law,
appeared before Alderman John
Tlis Bet Fbmlly Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
Rjr Sale by
101 S. Main ave.
iAjCiTi4Klir4l)liyrttrllii ltl Ayi IM 0l i U illu4
Have You
Ever Noticed
That May usually ends with chilly and
blustering weather? Probably not, yet such is
the fact. Consequently the chilly blasts of to
day are bnt momentary. Tomorrow the sun
may ahine again, and
filmy, dressy Summer
S Grass Linens
Sand Batistes
A ,' Made of silk and linen
.aft mixed, these in all the new
shades. Very popular goods
JM and extremely dressy.
9 Special, 39c a Yard.
3 White Goods
in I Iwhite goods, new this
season and very fashion
able. Some of these are
mercerized and just the
thing for summer gowns, ,
waists, graduation dresses
! and the like.
10c to 65c a Yard
1 1 1 1 1 1 I. ii
)r ' The newest, best washing
and wearing Gingham man
ufactured, and1 has a silk
finish which will not wear
te -off. These are mostly
stripes and are much used
for dresses and waists.
20c Yard
I Globe Warehoto?.
yesterday morning to niiHwer the
rharge of assault and battery.
Mcphtin'n compunction for , his. crime
was promiscuously displayed, but the
mothcr-ln-law felt no pity. The alder
man held Median In $300 bull, which
was not rurnlshed, and the offender la
stilt lodging In the station house.
That Iniquitous Watch.
The watch, which was the cause of
Frank Hill, of Park PJace, keeping a
berth warm In the station house for
two days and nights, was returned to
Its owner yesterday.
Hill, who on the charge of stealing
the watch was proven' not guilty, .was,
however, lined $3 for drunkenness. This
fine he persistently refused to pay, de
nying that he was drunk. Upon Patrol
man Hart, who arrested him, and sev
eral other witnesses, testifying that he
was drunk, Hill finally decided that
they "were correct In their declarations,
and decided to pay the fine. .
Social Session.
Last evening, West Side conclave,
Improved Order of Heptosophs, held a
social session In the rooms of the Rob
ert Morris lodge.
The attendance was large, and a long
programme of solos, vocal and Instru
mental, and recitations, proved greatly
pleasing to all. Fred Itoblson's har
monica selections were excellent and
occasioned mud! applause. Hon. T.
Jefferson Reynolds gave an oration,
that was favorably received. I'pon the
conclusion of Mr. Reynolds' oration, re
freshments were served by Caterer
So Not Like the Name.
Cemetery street, leading from North
Main avenue to the Cathedral cemetery,
Is to be known hereafter as West Gib
son street. The property holders along
the thoroughfare do not like the Idea of
being residents of "Cemetery" street
and not finding It convenient to move
to some street with a more desirable
name, concluded to change the name of
the stieet.
Accordingly the owners of the plot
which have been recently opened on
either side of the street, have agreed
to mark It on their mops as a continua
tion of Gibson street, which It would be
if Gibson street was extended. When
the street Is formally deeded over to the
city It will be known as West Gibson.
Boy Badly Injured.
After viewing the Knights Templar
parade from the tower of the city hall
on Tuesday, young Albert 12 vans, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans, of
South .Main avenue, met with an acci
dent in which his shoulder was dislo
cated, and he was otherwise injured.
In company with a number of other
boys, young Evans was descending on
a ladder in the tower, when lie lost his
footing, and fell to the floor below. Ho
you'll have need for the
Fabrics we speak of below.
Satin Finish Foulards in
all the new shades and fig
ures. These goods are made
of cotton, but the finish
makes them look exactly
like Silk Foulards, and they
are very stylish.
16c Yard
Baby Caps J:
Baby's Wash Caps, this :
season's styles and very )Si
durable. You can take 8f.
these apart to waBh them, &
and they'll look as good as 25!
new afterwards. Sf-
25c, 50c and ?5c lMi
Ladies' Waists S
Made of fine Spider Cloth,
which is a mixture of silk
and cotton; will wash and
wear well, Oxblood, pink,
green, white, and finely em
broidered front, back and
$4.60 and S5.00
Fine silkand cotton mixed
goods for summer gowns;
flue drawn work stripes in
blue, pink, rose, green, red,
black, butter shade and
white. t
Special, 39c a Yard.
was carried Inlu City Engineer Phil
lips' office In an iinconsqlotts condition,
and later revived and was taken' home.
Dr. Hccrmnns is attending him.
Funerals Yesterday.
rile funeral of the late Mrs. .Nnthall
Aaron, of lit South Seventh' street,
took place yesterday, tiorvleos were
held at the lute home of the deceased
In the afternoon, beginning at 2.30
o'clock. Interment was made In the
Dunmoro Hebrew cemetery. The pall
bearers wore Messrs. Schloss, Shames,
Schndlnak, Joseph, Lewis and Drown.
Obsequies over the remains of the
late, Herman Schocn, of 1717 Lusserne
street, took place yesterday afternoon
at the family residence llcv. Schoot
tlc, pastor of the Chestnut Street Gor
man Presbyterian church, was In
charge. The imll-bearors were: Bvnn
Kd wards, Mlchuel Durkln, Frank Fats
mcy, of the Sloan and Central Mine
Accidental fund, and G, Klmmer, A.
Horsack, CI. Uauer. of the Knights of
the Golden tCngle. Interment was made
In the Washburn street cemetery.
A high mass of requiem was cele
brated In St. Patrick's church yester
day morning over the remains of the
late John Heap, of 326 Sixteenth street,
by Rev. P. 13. Lavclle. Interment wus
made In the Cathedral cemetery.
Events of This Evening.
All the members of the W.nshburn
Street Presbyterian church Bible school
are urged to attend the rehearsal for
Children's day this evening nt 7.30
o'clock. Those having orders of service
will please bring them out.
Junior and Intermediate leagues of the
Embury Methodist Episcopal church
will hold a house-warming party In the
church basement. Ice cream and straw
berries will be served. The public Is
cordially Invited.
The Scr.tnton Choral society will sing
at the new armory tonight.
James Griffith, of this side, was taken
to the Lackawanna hospital yesterday
for treatment.
William Walls, general baggage agent
for the Pennsylvania railroad at New
York city, accompanied by his wife. Is
visiting at the home of Mrs. M. S. Kel
ler, on Chestnut street.
The'Newconiers base ball team chal
lenge, the Young Scranton base ball
team to a game of ball on Decoration
day morning at 9 o'clock. Stanley Wnt
klns, manager; Edward Petherick, cap
tain. Ii. G. .Morgan, of South Muln avenue,
Is In Georgia on business.
Barber shops on this side will be
closed this evening und all day tomor
row. St. Leo's battalion will .run an excur
sion to Blnghnmton tomorrow.
Tlie Catholic Total Abstinence soci
eties of this side will hold a conference
Monday evening In their hall. This is
for the purpose of making arrange
ments for the Father Muthew parade,
which will be held on this side on Fri
day, October 10.
Extensive Preparations Are Being
Made by the Societies That Will
Participate in Eisteddfod.
Yesterday and last evening could be
marked on the calendar as a day of
music with the singers of this section,
as every singing society was engaged
at various times and places.
In the afternoon, the Choral union,
of the Hickory Street German Presby
terian church, having been honored
with an invitation to attend the
Knights Templar concert and exercises
at the Lyceum, idered "Gloria," from
the Twelfth Mas-s, In a finished man
ner that gained for them hearty and
well-merited applause.
The Scranton Saengerrunde, who will
compete In the new armory tomorrow
morning, held their llnal rehearsal of
the prize song last evening. There was
a full attendance of members In ath
letic hall, where the rehearsal was held,
and the efforts and ability shown by
the chorus was greatly appreciated by,
the many friends of the society who
were present.
Schimpff's hall was comfortably
filled last evening by admirers of the
J linger Maennerchor, who will also
take part in the eisteddfod tomorrow
morning. They are entered In the
same class as the Saengerrunde, and
six other societies from various parts
of the country will also compete.
The Maennerchor has practiced dili
gently and faithfully to attain, as
nearly as possible, a perfect rendition
of the prize song, "Einkehr," which Is
Intended for choruses of not over forty
voices, and not less than thirty. The
competition between the societies from
this side has caused a much greaer
Interest to bo taken In the eisteddfod
than usual, and hundreds from this
side will flock to the armory tomorrow,
so that by their presence they may
cheer their favorlto singers on to vic
tory. New School Site.
A good deal of misapprehension ex
isting as to the purchase of lots for the
new school In the Eleventh ward,
School Controller Robinson has made
the following statement: The properties
purchased have a frontage of 130 feet
and a depth or 190 feet. The lots were
owned by .Messrs. Myers. Trester and
the Patrick Gibbons estate, und are
located at Myrtle street and Cedar ave
nue, dlifctly opposite the old No. 8
hthool. Tiny will make an Ideal site
for the new structure, which will, when
finished, be nnu of the finest In ,the
Mr. Itohlnson also stated that he will
do all In his power to furnish the kin
ilergarten with permanent quarters
when the new building Is completed.
Nubs of News.
John Udtrodt, who was anested late
Tuesday night Tor being drunk and dis
orderly, was llne'd fi and costs yester-
The Ulnggold band will hold a plcnlo
ut Wahler's grove tomoriow,
Charles F. Ki'llerinan, of 529 Birch
street, Is seriously 111.
John Welnhelmer, of Erie, Is the guest
of William Maus, on Alder street.
Patrick Needhain and T, F, McDon
migh, of this side, are In nuffulo on
The Twentieth Century Athletic club
will hold a ball In Cutlery's hall tomor
iow evening.
Miss Katlierlne Cahalln leaves tomor
iow for Buffalo, where she will reside
The Junger Maennerchor will hold a
flnul rehearsal In Schimpff's hall this
Dr, Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure tilt coughs. ''No
cure, no pay;" For sale by all dealers.
Walter Quick, of Wlmmers, Pa., Is
visiting friends on Plttston avenue.
The Kulslijs of Malta will meet in
icgulur sesslctoi tomorrow evening.
Tendered in Honor of Mr. nnd Mrs.
David Gavel, Miss Margaret Lewis
and Annie Beese Who Are About
to Pay a Visit to Wales Surprise
Party at the Home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Alexander Funeral of the
Late Timothy Evans Other Notes
and Personal Mention.
The members of the Baptist Young
People's Wplon of the Memorial Bap
tist church visited the homo of Mr. and
Mrs, Duvld Gavel, on Durkln street,
Tuesday evening and rendered them a
farewell. Mr. and Mrs. Gavel, with
Miss Margaret Lewis and Annie Beese,
In whose honor the occasion was held,
will In u few days sail for Wales. The
evening was enjoyably spent with
singing and games, until a seasonable
hour, when refreshments were served.
Among those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. David Gravel, Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as Ileese, Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Jones, Mr. and Mrs. S. Howclls,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Owens, Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Twining, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Griffiths, Mr. and Mrs. A. Slmms, Mr.
and Mrs. John Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. T.
T. Jones. Mrs. E. Young, Mrs. E. Ed
wards, Mrs. Keese, and Misses Mar
garet Lewis, Tydvll and Anna Reese,
Jennie and Mary Williams, Esther and
Annie Jones, Margaret Twining, Annie
and MIna Harrjs, Gertie James, Gwen
Williams. May Evans, Maggie Davis,
Messrs. Daniel Evans, John Trleze,
Richard Arscott, Morgan Williams, Ed
ward Morgans, Edward Jones and
David Reese.
Pleasant Surprise.
A pleasant surprise party was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Alex
ander, of North Main avenue, In honor
of Mr. Alexander's birthday anniver
sary Tuesday evening. The evening
was delightfully spent with musical
selections and the usual party diver
sions. Refreshments were served at a
seasonable hour.
Those present were: ' Mr. and Mrs.
John Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Benja
min Howey, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wil
liams. Mr. and Mrs. David Davis, Miss
Ada Alexander, Mrs. Carrie Alexander,
and Messrs. Emeras Williams, Jr., John
Alexander, jr., Hopkln Alexander, Hay
den Williams, David Davis, Gilbert
Howey, Grlf Davis, James Alexander,
John Williams, Thomas Brush, and
Reese Alexander.
The Sunbeam Club.
There will be a sunbeam club enter
tainment In the Young Woman's Chris
tian association rooms this evening at
7.45 p. m. Everybody is Invited to at
tend. Ten cents admission will be
charged to all non-members. It is hoped
that all parents will be present to see
what their children have been learning
during the winter and spring months.
There will be recitations and songs
by the club, duets, trios, solos, club
drills, and many other Interesting fea
tures. Refreshments will be served at
the conclusion.
There will be no rehearsal held by the
North End Glee society this evening.
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will hold a mothers' meeting this
afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Young
Women's Christian association rooms.
Mrs. G. A. Cure will have charge of the
meeting, and an interesting and In
structive programme will be rendered.
All members Interested are Invited to
John Jenkins, of Wuyne avenue, is
spending a few days In Dover, N. J.
Evan Thomas, of Putnam street, met
with a painful accident while playing
ball yesterday.
The remains of the late Timothy
Evans, an old and respected resident of
Cayuga street, were laid at rest in the
Washburn street cemetery yesterday.
Long before the time set for the funeral
a great throng of people gathered at
the Welsh Congregational church, on
West Market street, where the services
were held. The deceased was well
known and a highly respected citizen,
having been a resident of North Scran
ton for a great number of years. Rev.
R. S. Jones pronounced an eloquent
Mrs. C. E. Tobey, of North Park, Is
visiting friends In Forest City.
Mrs. A. W. McKee, of Pottsvllle, Is a
guest at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Ann Price, of Dickson avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Lewis huve re
turned from their wedding tour, and
are now at home at 1654 Capouse ave
nue. The large mull box In front of Bub
postofllco stutlon No. 3, on Dickson
avenue, having grown too old to longer
benr the burden of Uncle Sam's pack
ages, has been 'removed, to be replaced
by a new one In the course of a day or
so. In the meantime, packages muy
be left In the drug store.
Mrs. W. Bunnell, of Sunset avenue,
Is visiting friends In Jertnyn.
The No. 27 school Alumni association
held Its annual meeting for election of
ofllcers In No. 27 school building yes
terday afternoon, when the following
ofllcers were elected: President, Charles
B. Tobey: vice-president, Grace Mer
rlam: secretary, Rexford Trevorton;
treasurer, William Bright. The absoci
atlon decided to have an outing, and
arrangements were made to hlfve a
bandwagon party to Lily lake on June
Governor Taft in Borne.
By Dxclutivp Wire Irom The Awoclatecl Pr,
Homo, May 28. Governor Taft arrived
here today and was received by Bishop
O'Oormun, of Sioux Falls, S. D., who has
been In Rome, for Homo time past, Tlu
Taft commission will meet Cardinal Ram
pollu, tlio papal secietary of state next
Killed by a Horse.
By Kiclutlie Wire lioni Tin" Aocjlcl I'rcw,
Huntingdon, Pa., May 2S, James T,
Cuiey, of Jackbon towiitiilp, a wealthy
farmer and Republican county political
leader, was kicked in tlio la east by a
lioiao today and iiH(antly killed.
A ponder to be Into the short. Your
feet eel kuollen, ncnoui and hot, urn) get tired
easily. II you lue (Hurting! fret or tight tlioei,
try Allen' r' it 100I1 the (eet, ami
inaWc walking "!' l'ute swollen. tUNtliig
lect, Ingrowing rulls, blister ami ulloui rpou
ltcllee coriu and buuioiu o all uaiu and Klvej
rrtt and lomtort. Try it today. Sold by all drug.
uUta and ltoe ttorci lor 33c. Don't accept any
njLstltulei. Trial package I'lIKK. Addieu Allen
b. Uluuted, In Hoy, N. Y.
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This Is a now company started here In Scranton. We thought
that by doing away with several of the more expensive and
disagreeable features of the old-fashioned concerns, we
should be able to lend money on household furniture nt
such moderate rates tlat oven the very poorest people could
easily nrford to get a small loan to help them over some
financial difficulty.
THIS company asjes for your patronage on the distinct understanding that
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absolutely true. You will notice that we dq not print tricky sentences
words which say one thing and really mean something else.
Hero ale the reasons why yoou should come here If you aro
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thing else and need ready cash to get them In order to
keep up a good appearance before your friends.
No other security Is demanded here
except the furniture. That means
that you will not have to get some
one to endorse papers for you.
Our rates are the lowest In Lacka
wanna county.
We do not charge compound Interest
ut all.
We charge no Interest on the paid-up
And the furniture Is left with you.
$10 to $500 Loaned Within 25 hiles of Our Offices.
NEW PHONE No. 2826. R. O. BOX .
Scranton Loan Guaranty Company
No. 207 Wyoming Avenue.-
Council Passed a Resolution Last
Night Providing for Execution of
a Five-Year Contract with the
Dunmore Electric Light Company
at $82.50 Per Light Ordinance
Annulling Street Railway Fran
chise Introduced Fire Company
Ordinance Defeated.
The council met In special session last
evening with all members present. A
resolution wus introduced by Mr. Mc
Allister, providing for the execution of
a contract with the Dunmore Electric
Light company for lighting the streets
of the borough for a term of five years,
for the sum of $82.30 per light per year,
lights to be furnished the borough
building and hose houses for $50 per
year. This was passed unanimously.
An ordinance annulling all the rights
and privileges given the Olyphant and
WInton Traction company was intro
duced by Mr. Brogan, and passed first
and second reading. It is claimed that
the company has refused to live up to
its part of the agreement, made when
the franchise was given, In regards to
furnishing free lights on Blakely street
and planking Its rails.
Ordinance No. 89, known us the fire
company ordinance, was defeated on
third reading, Messrs. McAllister and
Doudlcan only voting In favor of It.
Had It passed It would have thrown
the Anthracite company out of the fire
department nnd only allowed each
company thirty-five members, as well
as providing that the chief of the de
partment must have been an active
member for five years and making his
term of office three years Instead of
one, as heretofore.
There were no bids received for the
$35,000 Issue of sewer bonds, and no ac
tion was taken. The chances are that
the sewer question will not trouble the
people again this year, If It ever does
again In Its present form.
Bringing Body Here.
telegram received yesterday by
Henry Stcnzhorn, corner of Apple and
Throop streets, stated that George Wil
son left Fernle, B. C, on Wednesday,
accompanying the remains of his broth
er, James Wilson, who met his death
In the terrible explosion of last week.
It Is probable that the remains will
not'reach here until some time on Sun
day. Notice of the funeral which will
be held from Mr. Stenzhoru's home
will appear In this column as soon ub a
time shall be decided on.
The gold medal offered the students
of High school some time ago by Prof.
Costello for the best essay upon thu
subject, "Success Iteward of Labor,"
was awarded to Miss Bertha Cullen of
Walnut stieet.
Joseph Carney, of Fifth Htreet, suf.
fered tho loss of a linger yesterday
while carelessly handling the blades-of
a lawn mower,
James Dempsey, of .New York city,
is the guest of friends In town.
Christopher Vlckets, of Apple stieet,
sailed yesterday on the Oceanic and
will spend several months among the
scenes of his youth In England.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Thomas
Dunn took placu from her late home on
Blakely street yesterday morning. A
solemn high mass of requiem was cel
ebrated In St. Mary's church, after
which Interment was made In Hyde
Park Catholic cemetery, .
Tho Knights of Malta will meet 111
Odd Fellows hall tonight at 7.:i0 o'clock,
Harry Golden, of Walnut stieet, left
yesterday for New York city where ho
Intends to permanently reside.
Tho St. Vincent Do Paul society will
conduct a shirtwaist social In Mauley's
hall tonight.
Tho Dunmore W. C. T. I', will meet
this ovenlng at the home of Mrs, Van
Ilouton, on Ash htieet,
JOHN NEWCOMH, aged 55 yearf,
for many years employed as barn boss)
ut the Diamond mine, died suddenly at
an eurly hour yesterday piornlng, at
his homo on Carbon street. Hhe had
been ubout as usual on Monday, but
wus found dead on a couch yesterday
morning. Deceased's wife died about a
who do not believe what Is said In an
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There can be no publicity with 'this
plan of ours.
Kven your own family need not know.
Our expenses are less per loan. There
fore, our terms can be more liberal,
and are so.
You pay In small, easy. Instalments,
whenever you can spare the money
We do not keep you waiting for the
Lyceum Theatre
Monday Evening. Juno 9, 190U. at S.15.
Artlsts-rtceital by
In connection with the Fifteenth Sym
phony Concert of the
Trices Lower floor, 75c. and $1.00; bal
cony, 50e. and 75c.
Dincram onens Friday. June 0. 1901', at
9 a. m.
year ago. The funeral will take place
at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon. Inter
ment will be made in the Cathedral
THOMAS GILMOnn. of 508 River
street, died Tuerday at his home. De
ceased was well-known In South
Scranton, and was a member of the
Holy Name society of St. Peter's
cathedral. Ho is survived by two sons
and one daughter, Michael. Martin and
Mrs. John W. Conway. The funeral
services will be held In St. Peter's
Cathedral at 9 o'clock this morning. A
requiem mass will 'be celebrated, and
Interment will be made In the Cathe
dral cemetery.
THOMAS J. MAY died yesterday
morning at the home of his mother.
Mrs. James May, of 413 North Ninth
street. The deceased Is survived by his
mother, one sister, Katharine, three
brothers, Peter, William and Edward.
Funeral Friday, May 30 at 9.30 a. m,
CARL KNELLER, the 16-months-old
child of air. and Mrs. Louis Kneller,
died yesterday at the family residence,
720 Plttston avenue. The funeral will
take place tomorrow at 2 o'clock.
His Qualities Denned Concisely by
the Late Cecil Rhodes.
Flora Ills Ms-t "Will And Tcitampil. ,
My desire being that the students whoi
shall be elected to'the scholarships shall
not be merely bookworms, I direct that
In the ejection of (i student to u.scholar-'
ship regard shall bo had to (I his lit
erary and scholastic attainments, (II)
his fondness of and success In manly
outdoor sports, such as cricket, foot
ball, and the like: (HI) his qualities of
manhood, truth, courage, devotion to
duty, sympathy for the protection of
the weak, kindliness, unselfishness, and
fellowship, and (Iv) his exhibition dur
ing schooldays of moral force or cnar
acter and of Instincts to lead and to
take an Interest in his schoolmates, for
those latter attributes will be likely In
afterlife to guide hlni to esteem the per
formance of public duties as his high
est aim. As mere suggestions for the
guidance of those who will have the
choice of students for the scholarships,
I record that (1) my Ideal (Uulliled stu
dent would combine these four nuullli
cations in the proportions of three
tenths for the Hist, two-tenths for the
second, three-tenths Tor the thlrtL and
two-tenths for the fourth quallllcatlon,
so that, according to my Ideas, If tho
maximum niimbci of marks for any
scholarship were 'JUO, they would be ap
portioned as follows 80 to each of the
tlrst ami third mialillcatlons and 40 to
each of the second and fourth qualifica
tions: (II) thu marks for the several
qualifications would be awarded Inde
pendently as follows, (that Is to say),
the marks for the first qualification by
examination, for the second and third
qualifications, respectively, by ballot by
the fellow-students of tho candidates,
and for the fourth qualification by the
head master of the candidate's school,
and (III) tho results of the awards (that
Is to say, tho marks obtained by each
candldato for each qualllleatlon) would
be sent as soon us possible for consid
eration to the trustees or to some per
son or persons appointed to receive the
same, and the person or persons so ap
pointed would ascertain by averaging
the marks In blocks of 20 marks each of
all candidates the best Ideal qualified
' '
The Little Hatchet Story in Signs.
biiutor IluJi was jI.lng to toim of lilt
lilcniU. "Tlie mo.l utlietic .lory I haiv cur
liunl," ho jIJ, "w told by l'ior.4(UIU'idct.
'ihe rirofc&or ha a htoille pupil J Utile il'.it
mule lioy, exceptionally liilght. Mr, (Jjlluu'lct
naked him it he liicu- I lip ttory of (icoige
ingtoii und tliv cherry tree. Willi hU nimble
linger tht little itllow 4hl he did, und then
ho proceeded tu repeat It. "1 tie noUeteu gcall-u.
lutlont loiittiiued until Ihu hoy lud informed the
prufeuor vt the elder wj.liiujtou's discovery of
,v 1
Will look still more
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ing. White Mouseline da
Soie, Persian Lawn Wash
Chiffon, French Organ
dies, Lawnsdown, Alba
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Colored Pongees, Eta
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Foulards, Dimities, Silk
Grenadines, Mousellne da
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class day.
la our extensive
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suit the occasion,
your complexion and
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126 Wyoming lie.
Sugar Corn
5c a Can
This is a canned goods
value without1' an equal.
Department Stores have
made similar offers, for
an hour at a time. Herd
the bargain is open until
the goods are soU.
SThe Corn Is the food
sweetSouthern Product,
Every 50c purchase en
titles you to guess on the
strikes' duration, with a
chance to secure a part
of the
$300 in Prizes.
The Joyce Stores
summer ffEaowrt
Fern Hall,
Crystal Lake, Dundaff, Pa.
Opens for the season, June
I3t, 1902.
C. E. Johnson, Prop.
On a kiuir of tlio Allmluny Mountain, l.phlgh
Valley mIIkmiIi near TowarnU. nalhlnc. fli'.ilmr,
morta, etc. f.w client talile. Reasonable rates.
I' O,. Ape, Pa. Send for booMet.
' ' ' U. K. KARRIS.
Atlantic City.
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ins, Prop,
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cold baths. Tablo excellent. Accommo
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ntc. Write for booklet.
the mutilated tree and of hit quest for tht mu
tilator. " 'When (iconrc'a father asked him who hackni
hli fauritc cherry tiec,' tlpiulcd the vcicticM
child, 'Ceorgc put iiU lulchet in his lcit iun& '
" 'Slop,' intciruptcd the profewor, 'Where did
you get jour authoiity foi tayin; lie took the
hatchet In hl left lundV
" 'Why,' responded the hoy, 'he nude J hit
right hand to tell IiU father that he cut the
ticc "-VMUdelpuIiJJiaM.
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, . fefaJ?fatv-ta-a iMto Ml
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