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THE SCRANTON THIBUNE-FJIIDAV, ' MAY 30, 1!H2.
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Burglars Effect Entrance Into Thomas Home
on Jackson Street Frightened
Away by Police.
One of the boldest attempts ut burg
lary that the police of this side have
hiul to ilenl with In recent yefy-s, look
place yesterday morning, when two
men erfected nn entrnnce Into the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas, 1013
Tnekson street. .Fortunately they were
frightened away before they succeeded
In securing the Intended booty.
About 3 o'clock yesterday morning
two oflleers standing on the corner of
Main avenue and Jackson street heuid
the persistent barking of a small dog
near the Thomas house. Beholding an
Individual standing In front of the
dwelling and peering up and down the
street, the officers suspected that there
was something wrong, and the oflleers
hastened to gain an understanding of
the whole proceedings..
The guard, seeing the bluecouts ap
pearing, gave a warning cry and tlnn
tied as fast as hi legs could carry him.
The otlleers attempted to capture him.
but In the daikness he succeeded In ef
fecting his escape, as did the man who
entered the houe, '
The Thomas family was awakened
with diniculty which was explained
when the smell of chlorofoiin was
noticed about the house.
Wife Beater on. Bail.
John Itlehards, of 343 North Hiomlcy
avenue, appeared before Alderman D,i
vls last evening to answer the charge
of assault and battery.prefetred against
him by bis wife. Mrs. Klchards Is a
frail little woman, while her husband Is
a large, muscular and nonet fully built
Mrs. Richard.", claimed that her hus
band had beaten her without provoca
tion on several occasions, and bad
threatened her with her life. As she
presented mute evidences In the foim
of bruises on her body of Hlchurds'
cruelty, and as several witnesses cor
roborated her In her testimony, the al
derman held ItlchnrdH In ?r00 ball for
his appearance at court.
At Embury M. E. Church.
In the new Kmbury Methodist Kpis
copal church, on South Main avenue, an
entertainment and social was held laht
evening. It wns under the auspices of
the Junior and Intermediate leagues of
the church, and proved a great success.
A long musical programme had been
prepared and was faithfully carried out.
The entertainment was opened by the
singing of "My Country. 'TIs of Thee."
by the Junior league. The pastor then
led In prayer, upon the conclusion of
Ths Best Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Slain ave.
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which Miss Irene Parsons gave a reci
tation, entitled "Memorial Day," which
was heartily received. Miss Gertrude
Dagger also rcclied, and she pleased
the large audience. Miss Irene Moses
rendered a violin solo In faultless style,
und wns encored,
Master Willie Allspaugh followed with
a recitation, "Dreaming of That Hour."
He delighted the audience, and was
compelled to respond to an encore. 'Miss
Ueatrlco Foote recited "Step by Step."
She wns loudly applauded, nnd was fol
lowed by Miss Anna Davis with a man
dolin solo. Other young people, with
songs and recitations, delighted the
audience for some time, after which re
freshments weie served In the basement
of the church.
Memorial Day Exercises.
Memorial day services will be held at
the Washburn street and Cathedral
cemeteries today. At the former ceme
tery, S. B. Mntt, past commander of
post No. 139. will be In charge, and Hov.
II. (.. McDermott, pastor of the Simp
son Methodist Episcopal church, will
tlellv.er an address appropriate to the
occasion. The committee In charge is
as follows: W. S. Jones. Thomas H.
Allen. William J. Jones, D. W. Thomp
son, Hiram Savers.
S. Y. Haupt. past commander of post
No. 13!t, will be master of ceremonies at
the Cathedral cemetery, and Attorney
R. J. Bourlio will deliver an addrets on
"Memorial Day." The following com
pose the committee: Henry W, Loft us,
P. J. McAndrew. D. D. Jones and D. I
Tn St. Patrick's church, Wednesday
morning. Miss Josephine Foy, of Hamp
ton street, was united in marriage to
John O'Connor, of Luzerne street. Rev.
J. B. Whalen tied the nuptial knot.
After a visit to New York city and
other points of Interest, Mr. and Mrs.
O'Connor will commence houseketping
in a newly furnished home on Luzerne
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Klhan Allen Lodge will run an ex
cursion to Mountain Park on June 2S.
St. Brendan council, Y. M. I., will
conduct an excursion to Uinghumtou
on July 4.
All barbel shops of this side will be
The Bible school of th Washburn
street Presbyterian church held a re
hearsal in the church Inst evening.
Preparations arc being made for chil
Mr, and Mrs. John Gallagher, of
Hampton street, aie rejoicing over the
arrival of a daughter.
Mrs. M. L. Blair, of New York city,
is visiting friends on this side.
At Tuesday evening's meeting the
Colonial club elected officers for the
cmulng term ns follows President,
Johnilleynoldsj Vice-president, Wllllanl
Thomas! recording secretary, Frank
Milter; financial secretary, Silas Pow
ell: treasurer, V W. Glbbs, und ser-geanl-at-nrms,
Stanley J. Lewis. A
social session nnd smoker was held af
ter the election.
Hippie division, No. 43, Sons of Tem
perance, met at the home of Harry
Thomas, 1204 Hampton stteet, Wednes
day evening and presented Mr. Thomas
With a bible. Joshau Ellas made the
presentation speech, The rest of the
evening wns whllcd away with pleasant
Henjnmln Orimths, of Thirteenth
street, has returned from Fort Erie.
The probationers' class of the 'Simp
son Methodist Episcopal cITiirch held a
meeting last evening In the church.
St. Leo's battalion wilt run nn ex
cursion to Blnghnmtnn today. Upon
arriving In Blnghamton the excursion
ists will bo met at the depot by u num
ber of special cars of the Blnghumton
Traction company, which wilt convey
the visitors to Ross Park.
At Lake Lodorc today the Alumni
base ball team will play the Carbon
dale's crack team, the Crescents. Phil
lips and Hairlngton will bo the battery
for the Alumni.
Jenkln Evans, pension attorney of
Berwick, visited West Scranton yester
day on a business trip,
Haiold James-oii. of Washburn street,
a student at the Bloomsburg state nor
mal school, Is home for the holidays.
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
"lynnwood" to Be Produced at the
Auditorium Surprise Party.
Other News Notes.
The members of the Crystal Llter
urj and Dramnllo club will produce,
for the lhrt time In this section, the
four-act melodtama, entitled, "Lyn
wood." at the Auditorium tonight,
The cast of characters Is as follows:
Victor nianchard, P. J. McGuIro; Ed
win Carlyle, M. J. Gnhagan; Dudley
Mlddleton, P. H. I'afferty: Judge Car
lyle, T. P. Cannon; Ephenlphus Eras
tus Eli.is Confucius Carter, D. J.
Evans; Uncle Joe, '1'. J. Barrett; Pat
O'Flarlty, J. 4. McMahon; Captain
Rensome and Orderly, G. J. Homer;
Lucille Carlyle, Miss Margaret Burns;
Gay Carlyle, Mls Loretto Duggan;
Kate Wilmarth, Miss Elite Lee.
A Surprise Party.
A pleasant surprise party was ten
dered Mrs. Mary Robinson, at her home
on Dean stieet, by a number of ladles
from the Foreign Missionary society of
the Piovitlcncc Methodist Episcopi.I
church on Wednesday afternoon. The
guests were en.ioyably entertained.
Those present were: Mrs. Gardin r,
Mrs. Carson, Mis. Samuel Davis, Ml.-s
F. Walker, Mis. Teal, Mrs. Mill.v,
Mrs. Hindi, Mrs. Benjamin, Miss Silk
man, Mrs. Proudlock, Mrs. Bennett
Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Cure, Miss Cure and
A veiy Interoating ii.othc-rs' n ciliis
of the AVoman's Christian Temperance
union was held In the Y. AA C. A.
looms AA'ednesday afternoon. Prayers
were read by Miss Selby Mrs. M. P.
Rhodes and Mrs. Armstrong. A targe
attendance was present.
AVIIIIani AVhlte, of Parker street, has
returned, after a week's vls-it in New
Misses Edith James and Jennie Jehu
are spending a few days with Ply
Mr. and Mrs. AVllliam Jervls, of
AA'ayno avenue, are spending a few
day with fi lends in AA'est Pittston.
Mr, H. Richards, of AA'est Market
stieet. is visiting her mother in
M!s Mary Davis, of New York city.
1 spending a few days with her mother
nn Williams sjreet.
Fred Henry, of Green street, Is
spending a few weeks In Paterson, N.
J and thr- neighboring towns.
Mrs. C. S. AVooduiff and cbildicli, of
Electric avenue, Ml yesteiday for
Ocean Grove, where- they will occupy a
cottage during the summer months.
Mrs. J. B. A'an Bergen and Mis. M. R.
Knyes, of Sanderson avenue, have re
turned from a three wpoks' stay at At
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Smith, of Monsey
avenue, linve left for a two weeks' stay
In Boston and New York city.
A'ance 11. Lidstone. of Sanderson ave
nue, Is spending the day at Gtwn
Grove, where lie Is the guest of Dr. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dunn and chil
dren will leave today for Clark's Green,
where they will spend the summer. Dr.
AValler Fordliam and Mr. Bean, of the
central city, will occupy the Dunn resi
dence until October 1.
The entertainment given In the par
lors of the Ashury Methodist Episcopal
church, under the auspices of the Kp
worth league, wus n successful and
unique affair. Miss Pearl Lldstone had
charge of the tableaux, which were well
taken by the following persons: ' The
Misses Llllie Brooks, Marlon Taylor,
May AVIlllalns, Arlenlse Grlflln, Bessie
Stnekhouse, and Pwight Stafford, Levi
Taylor, II. R. Smith. AV. R. Kellow and
Ebo AVIlllams. Miss Laura Mcldrum
played a piano solo In her usual pleas
ing manner, nnd Pi of. Vanilervekun,
violinist, and Mr. Glppcl, baritone, ren
dered several delightful selections, and
Miss AVeatherhogg and Miss Elsie
Powell added much to the pleasure by
their recitation and solos,
WILLIAM LA MONTE, aged 31
yeais, died last evening at lhe homo
of Ids mother, Mrs. Fiuncls La Monte,
at S10 Madison uvenue, He was a
young man .of sterling character
and had been identllled with the In
ternational Text Book company since
the business was established here un
der the nama of the Colliery Engineer
company, For the last llvo years hu
has been In New York, giving special
attention to the publication depart
ment of the company, For suveial
yeurs Mr, La Montu's health has not
been vigorous, but about four months
ago his condition became serious,
though hopes were entertained that ho
would recover, When the fuut that he
could not live was revealed to hlni ho
met the summons with calmness and
Christian resignation, and fell asleep
In the hope of a blessed linmortullty,
lie was a dutiful son and a consistent
member of the First Presbyterian
church, of this city. He is survived,
by his sister, Miss Anna La. Monte,
and two brothers, Wellington and Ar
thur La Monte. The funeral will take
place Sunday afternoon from the residence.
THE PLAIN FACTS
ABOUT OUR BUSINESS
THERE are always some persons who do not believe what Is said In an
advertisement, no matter hov careful the advertiser may be to say
absolutely nothing that would not stand tho strictest Investigation. This
Is because the reader does not take the trouble to find out )ust why a company
like this, for Instance, should make offers to the public which are such an
advantage to them when comparod'wlth the offers made by Il3 competitors.
This In a new company started here In Scranton. AVo thought .
that by doing away with several of tho more expensive anil
disagreeable features of the old-fashioned concerns, wo
should he able to lend money on household furniture ut
such moderate rates that even the very poorest people could
easily afford to get a small loan to help them over some
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
''jpHIS company asks for your patronage on the distinct understanding that
1 our new methods give you a positive advantage. Every word hero Is
. absolutely true. You will notice that we do not print tricky sentences
words which say one thing and really mean something else.
Hero are the leosons why yoou should come here If you nro
In debt and need a loan If you want new clothes or any
thing else nnd need ready cash to get them In older to
keep up a good appearance before your trlcnilx.
No other security Is demanded hevo
except the furniture. That means
that you will wot have to get some
one to endorse papers for you.
Our rates are the lowest In Lacka
AAV do not charge compound Interest
AVe charge no Interest on the paid-up
And the furniture Is left with you.
$10 to $500 Loaned Within 25 riiles of Our Offices.
NEW PHONEIo, 282Q. F. O. BOX 94,
Scranton Loan Guaranty. Company
No. 207 Wyoming Avenue.
NEAR COR. SPRL'CP. ST.
VETERAN DIES ON EVE OF ME
Philip Rader Passed Away Yester
day at the Family Residence on
Birch Street His Splendid Record
of Four Years' Service in the Ciil
War Entertainment Given by St.
Mary's Glee and Dramatic Club.
School Exercises Other Notes and
Just on tho eve of Memorial day, an
other old soldier answered the last roll
call. Philip Kuder, who died early yes
terday morning from cancer of the
stomach, .nt the family residence, ::1C
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Birch street, had an honorable dis
charge of which anyone might be proud
and his record as a Union soldier will
nlways be cherished as a precious leg
acy by the members of his family.
He was boin In Bavaiia In 1S14, and
came to this count y with his parents
when 10 years old and settled in Peters
burg, this county. Later the family
moved to Mauch Chunk, where they
were when the Civil war bioko out. Mr.
Itador's father was drafted for service,
but hhi place was taken by tho subject
of this sketch, who served with dis
tinction In tho Tenth New Jersey In
funtry for nearly four years.
He was present at the battles of
Spotsylvania und Cold Harbor, nnd also
took an active part In the seven days'
buttle of the Wilderness, and numer
ous other fights. He passed through
all the dreadful carnage of those bloody
days without injury. At the close of
the war Mr. Under returned to his home
nt Mauch Chunk, whero he lived until
1805, when he returned to this city. His
death has cast u pall of gloom over the
community, where he was loved und re
spected by all who knew hlni.
The funeral will take place tomorrow.
A high mass of ie!uiem will be cele
brated In St. Mary's German Catholic
church at S a, m when the family will
attend, and at 11,30 a. m. services will
be held 'at the hnuso by tho Hov. Peter
Christ. At I p, m. the remains will bo
taken to tho Jersey Central station to
be sent to Muuch Chunk, where Inter
ment will bo made In St, Joseph's Ger
man Cnthollo cemetery at 2 p. m, Sun
day afternoon. All Civil war veterans
and friends are Invited to uttend tho
obsequies ut noon tomorrow,
Memorial exercises were held yester
day by the Grammar C class In No. 3
school, on I'ltt3ton avenue. A stirring
patriotic programme, which hud been
arranged by the teachers, was excel
lently rendered by the following schol
ursi Louise Mnus, Lorettn Maloney, Stella
Ilanseii, Kntln Hope, Martha Knrn
aclier, Mary Vnughun, Harbara TutTy,
Katie Mlrtz, Emilia Neuls, Harry Kolb,
George Hosar, Fred Sunday.
Entertainment and Dance,
A clever entertainment iwns given nt
St. Mary's hall, lu tho rear of Hickory
street, last evening, under the uusplces
of St. Muryjs Glee and Dramatic asso
ciation. iThe affair was largely patron
ized, (ind w'as excellent In every respect,
The programme, os published some time
ago, was rendered entire and the fol
lowing members participated:
George J. Robllng, George J. Schnei
der, John A. AVllcom, Henry Bohr, Isa-
s s. sfeSKHt.r :i i r ..;y f
There cm be no publicity with this
plan of ours.
Even your own family need not know.
Our expenses are less per loan. There
fore, our terms can lie more liberal,
and me so.
You pay In small, easy Instalment",
whenever you can spate the money
AVo do not keep you waiting for the
dore Miller, Joseph F. Coniyid, John E.
Seasegger, Joseph A. Moser, August II.
Borr, Albert Blshofsberger, Theodore
Nelle, AVllliam A. Albrocht, Charles U.
Neher, John Kline, Fred AVoiuer, John
J. Stelnbnch and Jacob Miller.
NUBS OF NEWS.
Police Officer Christ Itose stepped on
a cobblestone in getting oft n car, yes
terday, and sprained his back. Hu w-hs
unable to report for duty last night.
Mrs. Francis, of lireck street, will
spend the npxt two months at Statcs
vlile, and Columbus, O.
Dr. Schley's Lung Henli.ig Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For at" by all dealers.
General Grant comimimlery, Knights
of Malta, will meet in regular s-csslon
The funeral of C.irl Kneller will take
place at " p. m. this afternoon.
The Junger Maennerehor held their
final rehearsal In Schimpff's hall last
The plans for the re-bulldlng of St.
Paul's Methodist Episcopal church and
construction of the new parsonage nie
out, and the committee will advertise
for bids for the work soon.
Mrs. F. P. Doty Is visiting her moth
er, at Barton, N. Y.
li,A Jones is quite 111 nt his home
on Pittston avenue.
The shirt waist social, given in Man
ley's hall last evening under tho aus
pices of the St. Vincent de Paul f-o-eiety,
was one of the most largely al
ttnded affairs of the kind held in this
place in years. The well earned repu
tation of this society as capital 'enter
tainers, always Insures a full house,
but last night's crowd exceeded all
expectations. Music was furnished by
SVahler Brothers orchestra. The fol
lowing young men compilscd the ilonr
commlttten: Paul J. Corry, Frank
Cullen. A. J. Golden, John Burke, Wil
liam Caw ley, AVllliam Crane, Edward
Caw ley, Thomas Taylor, James O'Hora,
Mrs. Arthur Close and Mrs. Sudler
Hopkins have leturned from a visit
with Philadelphia friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lorenss left yes
terday for a slay with friends in New
York. Newman AVinters, of Factoryvllle, Is
visiting F. F. Slovens, of Green Ttidge
Dumuoro council, No. in.'.', Junior
Order United American Mechanics,
will Join with the Grand Army of ths
Republic In parailo and services this
morning. Lino will form at Odd Fel
lows' hall at S. 15 o'clock.
' Miss AVnrdell visited Carboudale
Miss Mary Tatt. of Blakely street,
has returned from u visit with friends
Mrs, Edward Naugglo and daughter,
of Pittston, are visiting at the homo
of Frank Sunders, on Blakely street.
The postofflce will be open today be
tween the hours of ti and 12 o'clock.
Miss Mumle Burke, of Park place, Is
tho guest of Miss Nellie Gallagher, of
J, J. Faddeu, clerk at the Million
Mis. E. C. Longucro and children, of
Hyde Park, are visiting relatives at
Many fiotn here attended the eistedd
fod In the new armory at Scranton last
Workmen have commenced the es
cavatlon for the new building of Prof.
M, AV. Cunimlngs on Delaware street.
Miss B. Walker, of Upper Dunmore
street, has gone to Montio.se for a visit.
The soldiers will decorate the graves
of their dead coiuiudcs at St, P.Uiick's
und Union cemetery this morning.
A requiem mass for the deceased
members of tho C. M. It. A, will be
celebrated In St, Patilck's church this
morning at s o'clock,
The lettets uncalled for at the Oly
phant postolllco are us follows: D, 11.
Evans, AV, G, Unwind, Blanche Mm an,
William Chanibeilaln, Maty Grllllths,
John Jones, AA'llllam AV, Jones, George
M, V, Cumiulngs. Jr., iccelved a vul-
iHOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS
for Children. Mother dray, for M" nuiw In
the Clitlduu' Home In New Vml., ireatnl h.
dren uiccvufully tyli a remedy, now iiptui
and iiliciJ in the duiK tloiw, (ailed Jloiher
llraj'ii Sweet Powder for Children. 'Ihey au
litnuku ai mill., iile.KJnt to take and never
(all. A certain two lor feirrulinvxi, eoiutlpa
lion, head ache, leethinar and .toiiuch ilWui.
den and remote ornn. At all ilruirirt. 23c,
Don't accept any substitute. Sample wnt I'lllH.'.
Addrei Allen S. Olnutcd, l.e Hoj,' S. V.
is 1 Today's News
Boys' Summer Clothing
Lifach Quite Uach fane stnrl Qtrau
Viuau kJUiivJi iiuijii juJij uiiu uiiiun e
Hats. A Quantity to Select from j
at the Lowest Prices in the City...
fltlirHflV Will be a busy day. Bring the boy and
3d.lUlUaj see our line before buying elsewhere.
) HOW WaSIIUIMO Sailor IflOIISB Willis in an enaiess variety oi
pretty colors, dark and light. Trimmed in a splendid man- f
ner, 3 to 9 years. Priced at 5C
Sailor Suits The kind you can wash and not be afraid of the
colors running. Crash, Duck and Cheviot are the goods used In this
splendid suit. Come In dark and light colors, assortment
choice and a garment you may have paid up to $1.25 for. Our
price . u VOC
Waslllble Knee Pant"!. '25c An assortment of styles that will
please you. and best bands, Made goood, in fact, just the same ,
if made' by yourself, sizes 3 to 10 years. Dark and light colors jLoC
Boy'S Cap The kind if he does kick It around in the mud.you
can put it In the tub, wash It and it looks about as good as new. ,-
All colors and styles. Every size. Priced at XdC
Boys' Luundried and Soft Shirt Waists The new idea for the
boys. All colors and styles, with and without collars, 5 to 13
years, Made of Fine Madras Cloth, including white. Priced at &UC
Special I.Ot or Waists ailtl IllOIISes In mostly dgrk colors, 4
to 1 2 years. This waist is made for hard service and the .
price is certainly an incentive for you to buy Saturday at JtOC
Boys' SailOP IflltS Broad and narrow rims, all colors and styles.,
Every size. The small boy and the large boy can be suited '
here. Priced at 25C and OVC
Klice PailiS All wool, plain blue, plaids and checks, made from
remnants of tailored cloth, a line of the first quality no shoddy mate
rial. Best waist band, all seams taped, buttons riveted. Sizes .
3 to 15 years. Priced at 5UC
Boys' and Children's Sailor Straw Hats in dark
colors. Priced for Saturday at a special price 1 yC
Friday Being a Holiday, the Big Store Will
Be Closed All Day.
Crystal Lake, Duntlaff, Pa.
Opens for llic seasou, June
C. E. Johnson, Prop.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE WESAUKING
On a pur of tin' AlloRliany MomiMiiK. Li'lilgti
Villcy lailmiil; ncir Towmla llitliliu, (Villi!,,
KJOIt.-, itP. i:Cfllllll tlllllC. HlUiKIII llill' I.IR'3.
LAKE WESAUKING HOTEL
T, O., Ai'C, l'a.
Semi foi lnv.l.k't.
(.'. K. IIAHItlS.
Kentucky ave., near H'-jcIi, Atlantic City. Open
nil the j r.i i , Kun I'arlor, Klcutor mul all modern
iiniinicuii.iiU tpitlal Spil",' ll.tlci.
CltAS. IIUURE, Prop.
Kintuiky Mtimv. Hut Hotel fiom UmcIi, At.
lantiL Cltj, . J.; W O'c.iu new roiim-,! ia
ra'.'ity IU0; willc for fpccial utw. J, . Ji'iilt'
On ViiKiiil.i ini'iiuo. Hit' nlUust nlul wont
ftiHlilnimliln In AtKinllP HtV ,v,tllln 'J
few vauls c.f tin. Kniiimis Htt"l I'lor und
Tiimi ilwnlli 11ml In tnmt t tlui most ilo
HliublQ lutliliil,' uroiiiulH. All iiimi'iil
onci'N. I'liivutor ti) Btroct liivcl, hot and
rokl ImtliH. Tallin pxccllciil. Afcommo
(Intloiw l'nr tin mi Immlriil. 'Ioiiiih mouor
uulile 1I0K tills week from I. P. Amler
F011. who Is ii lirceiu from l.tinclon,
J0RMYIN AND MAYF1ELD.
Today will lio observed as 11 Keneral
linllilay and nil Hie stoics of the two
boroufi'liH will bp'uloHcil. Tho Jerinyn
io3to(lleo will be open Irani 10,30 to 12
o'clock in the morning und from L'.M
until I o'clock In the afternoon. The
only thing dolus locally In tho parailo
of the lloyH' brlirade, Veteians and Sons
ot VeteraiiH, which tuliea place thin
morning at W.in o'clock, to bo followed
with appropiiato exercises at thu ceme
tery. This evriilmr an I'litertalliiiient,
eiitltlfd "A Da in l.'amp." will lie given
In Knterpiisd hall. Admission, adults,
15 cents: children, 10 cents.
The Hchool board mot last eveninu to
clone up Hie yenr's buslneht., as three
of the directors have served their term
or nearly ho, tho teiin explrinn Jlon
day, when William II, Moreoni, of tho
First; Thomas Hunter, of the Second,
and James Kdnuiiul3, of the Third waul,
will end their term. .Mr. itorconi, how
ever, will succeed liluiboir, liavlnj; been
elected at the last election for another
term of thteu years. William KliUpat
rlcU will succeed Thomas Hunter, and
John J. Median, of the Third ward, will
succeed Thomas Kdmuuda. The board
will reorganize on Monday evening.
Uev, M. D. Fuller Is fitllllllinr nn en
gagement, made several mouths ago, at
Afton. N. Y.. today.
Elijah Stephens, the well-known leader
io a Can
This is a canned goods
value without an equal.
Department Stores have
made similar offers, for
1 an hour at a time. Here
the bargain is open until
the goods are sold.
The Corn Is the stood
$uect Southern Product.
Every 50c purchase en
titles you to guess on the
strikes' duration, with a
chance to secure a part
$300 in Prizes.
The Joyce Stores I y
of tho Citizens band, expects next week
to movo his family to Livingstone,
Mont. Ills lohs will bo distinctly felt
by tho people of tho town and vicinity,
and we are sorry to lose hlni.
Miss Florence Nicholson, of Scranton,
is visiting Jermyn fiicfuls.
G. Arthur Fowler has secured a posi
tion as bookkeeper with Westlnghouse,
Church, Kerr & Co., of Scranton.
Tho Women's Home Missionary soci
ety met yesterday at the home of Mrs.i
T, n. Urawfoul, on Second street. ,J
Mrs, J. 1). Williams, Mrs. rtdbeit
I'.ury and daughter, Dorothy, of Dim
more, called 011 Jermyn friends yester.
The Young Mpn's Institute soclots
will meet In their rooms this morning
at 7.30 o'clock to attend the 8 o'clock
mass In SaereM Heatt chinch.
Tho Citizens band gave a thoroughly
enjoynblo open-air concert yesterday
afternoon fiom the lawn In front of Br
J, S. Graves' residence, on North Malt
street. Tho concert was listened to with
great pleasure by a large number of
By ExcliHltit Wire from The Askochtnl Prc-n.
Hunching, May 29, Charters were Is
sued at llio state department today us
follows; Paradise Hrook Trout company,
l'.uaillBu Valley, .Monroe county; capital,
JS.OOO. Tho Colliery Knglneer company,
Scianton; capital. II. W
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