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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1902.
Children's Exercises in the Plymouth, Bap
tist and-Congregational Churches Fell
from Street Car Other Notes.
Children's lnv oxcicIppi woip held
yesteiduy tumiilng and evening In a
number of the dandies, till o which
were nttended by Inigp congiOKiitlons.
An otlglnnt Sunday school service was
held In the morning at the Plymouth
Congtegntlontil elitirch.wlilch wns given
tinder the direction of the superintend
ent, Wins 13. Kvniw.
It wiw called "The Garden of Life,"
nnd consisted of a cantata, with vocal
nnd Instrumental numbers nnd leeltn
tlons. MIsm Stella Kvans wns the organ
accompanist, and the chlldicn from the
various guides and dcp.utments were
the participants. Among the choial
numbem weic "The Sunshine Hand,"
' Thanks to God, For This Blight Day,"
"The Children's Filcnd," "Swell the
Song or Gladness," ami other tuneful
A shoit addiess was given during the
st'ivhc by Thomas Eynon. In the even
ing the pulpit was occupied by How
William D.i vies, p.istor of the VJclloMie
AVelsli CaUinlstlc Mrthodtt church.
AVASlHlUliX ST. PUnSBYTEtUAN.
The nible school of tlm AViishbuin
Slioct Pies-hMciIiin Sunday school held
their c-xoiclsns In the moinlng, assisted
by the M'hool oichestia. The p.istor,
1t. .1. P. Moffat, D. D., assisted in the
senlie Hoc itiitlons weic ghen by Mil
llo lloffm.iu, Minn. Il.n lis, S.idle Voi
lils, Oi.ico Sander, Pcail Banker, Mni
gaict Powell and lloboit Phillips, and
the duets weic lendeicd by Selln.i Phil
lips and M.ittlo Poole, Hon aid and
Shoit addresses wcie dellveied by Hip
p.istor, Uqv. Molfut, and supei Inlcnd
cnt of the school, D. I.. Moigan, The
i hoi us woik was under the dliectlon of
AV. Ij. Jones, and the oichesli.i was led
by Gooige W.itnis, ji. The deioi.itlons,
aiianged bv AVill .Tones, weic the most
artistic ever seen In the chinch. In the
evening an echo service was held.
FIRST AVKLS1I CONGREGATIONAL.
An claboiato pi ogi amine was cairled
out last 0X011111.7 at the Flit AVelsli
Congieg.itlonal chinch, South Main
avenue, wheie the cantata, "The Gar
den of Life." was also given. The sing
ing was In ch.uge of Mis. Thomas
Kilns, and Miss Elizabeth Jenkins, as
sisted by the siipeilntciulent, Thcophi
lus Uowen, and Hie Misses Phillips, Da
ies, Jones, Thomas and Reese.
Among the chlldicn who took pait In
the eei rises we-o Sarah J. Davits,
Miss Giitlllhs. Ruth Thomas. Mingaiet
and Mary Jenkins, A'crna Phillips, Amy
The Bet Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sal by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
1 The Summer Girl
has no limit in age, wealth, or style. Every
woman with seuse and a desire for comfort is a
"summer girl" as far as wearing appatel is concerned,
and it has come to be more of a matter of how far
one's means will permit the gratification of individ
ual taste than anything else.
Below, We flake a Few
which may ;.Jtove of value to ladies who do not enro to dip very
deeply into their pocket boohs, but at the same time want to be in
touch with the coucct fashions of the houi.
The Shirt Waist of Course
forms the foundation of summer comfort. There aie thousands of
them licit? in ovciy Imaginable piotty nnd fascinating style. See
tho new sheer cambric waists in plain white, tucked and em
bioideicd, also white giounds with small polka clots. t j fs
A mnrvol in value for p I ,UU
.c; Also the iiigli-cla3s "Km ckevbockcr" Waists with (t -t &r
S all tho latebt fashions whims nt from $3.00 to p 1 . 3U 5?
Also the high-class "Knickerbocker" Waists with
Or perhaps the fine "Gibson"
fionts and elaborately trimmed
Then the waists with fancy
juBciuniis, cic, in various materials oner an assoii-
soitions, etc., in various materials offer an assoit- djC f
sue that is simply bewildering;. Piicea . . . .$2.00 to pOUU
3 Summer Dress
Crown Dimities, veiy fine, with lace stilpes in entiiely new
ways. Washes well and always looks well. Unlimited nssoit
rueut of coIoib, designs aud color combinations. The --I
nn ; I2JC
Tissue Ginghams, very fine, light as n cobweb, yot they wear
ana w-.isn excoiiemiy. in cnecits,
fine colon. The ya:d
1 The Newest ParasoJs
Are dreams of beaucy. Of course you can't dlscrlbe tho novelties,
tout thcy'ie nil hcie, ns woll as tho good seivicoable f CC
kinds that fabhlon decs not change mateilally, ,S5c to lU.UU
The Summer Handkerchief
Xiots of Hp.ndkci chiefs needed in summer time, and except for
dress occasions, theie is nothing half ns satisfactory as tho flno
jjiwc iiueu ciuuuviu uort, jx special saie or legumr auo haudker
, cmers mis ween witn iniriais or
uatyler to select nom. Choice,,.,,
If Summer Gloves
Lace lins fiist choice this season, They aie ccol, comfoitnble
and djebsy. Mitten and gloves, all lengths, sizes nnd g rv
.qualities 25c, 50c, 75c Cp I. UU
Swede Lie,o Gloves in all sizes or. the shades that mr
are most Jn demand , , , , , ,25c, 50c and J OC
Kid Gloves of all Kinds.
Davis, Pennlo Phillips, James Davis,
Ucatrlce Caison, Elsie Craig and others.
FIRST AVELSH BAPTIST.
The Uryn Muwr mission, the Fouith
wmd mission nnd the mother school or
the First AVelsli Baptist chinch Joined
together last evening nnd rondel ed an
excellent progiummo of music, i epila
tions, etc. A number of delightful
choiuses weic sung, and John L. Jen
kins told the children about the woik
Hint Is being done by the Baptist Pub
The lecltntlons and solos were given
by Alma Gealey, Sophia Samuels, Sarah
Evans, Mary Beynon, BerthaSnndeis,
Margaiet Jones, Sot nil Harris, Eliza
beth Jones, Thomas Evans, Carl Davles,
Jennie Dtivles, Hany Gilinths, Maiy
Thomas, Pcail Jenkins, Maggie Ilowell,
Anna Jones, Ethel Decker, Mamie
Baith, Emma AVIIIInms, Sadie AVIllIams,
Louise Evans, John Moigtin, Lillian and
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
The pastoV of the chuich, Rev. S. F.
Mathews, exchanged pulpits with Rev.
G. II. Cole, of Elinhmst, yesteidnv
morning and evening. Rev. Cole took
"Be je dopts nnd not heaieis of the
woid only" for the theme of the moin
lng soi inon. The seimon wns n supeib
effort, clear and to the point, and w ill
linger in the minds of the congiegatlon
for some time to come.
In the evening he also pi cached an
eloquent seimon, clear and loiceful.
The points touched upon In both ser
mons were ones which commanded at
tention, and If taken to hoait would
piovo a vast power for good and Clnls
tinn love In chuich life.
Among the Chuiches.
Rev. S, V. Mathews, pastor of the
First Baptist chuich, will lead a paper
on "The Ouestlon of Unleavened
liiead," at the Baptist Mlnisteilal con
feience thin morning.
Meinbeis of the Holy Name society
received communion at the 0 o'clock
mass at St. Patilck's Catholic chuich
At the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
chuich last evening, the pastor, Rev.
II. C. McDeimotl, D. D., pleached a
timely seimon on "The Labia Question,
and the Teachings of Chi 1st."
Rev. Hugh Davis, p.istor of the South
Main Avenue AVelsli Calvlnlstic Metho
dist chinch, will conduct the devotional
cxeicies at the Suunton High "-chool
class night osciciscs Thuisday evening.
AVelsli services weio conducted at the
Bellcvuc AVelsh Calvlnlstic Methodist
church jesteiday morning, nnd in the
evening, the pastor, Rev. AVilllam Da
vies, spoke in English.
The last pennon In the scries on the
life and dim actor of Samson was
preached last evening bv Rev. James
Bonninger in the Embuiy Methodist
The oidlnnncc of the Lord's Supper
Waists in polka dot
will please at
lace fronts, embroideiy, tucklngs,
stripes, etc. All
was ndinlnlstcted tit the Jackson Street
Baptist church yesterday morning, Jhid
n feature of the evening service wns
the rendition of "The Night Bells
Chorus" by the Sherman avenue mis
sion Juvenile choir.
Fell from a Street Car.
Ira Kline, aged 22 ycais, jcsldlng nt
H.I South Clnrriold avonue, wns admitted
to the AVest Side hospital last evening,
Ills back was Injured,
He fell from n street car In Taylor,
nnd the hospital ninbutanic was sum
moned to bring him In.
Went to Campbell's Ledge
Forty pupils from Prof. David Owens'
room, In No. 13 school, journeved to
Campbell's ledge, Saturday, wheie they
spent the day.
Lunch wns enjoyed nt Falling Spring,
and one of the plcasuics was boating
on the Susquehiiima liver.
Bernard Coons in Charge,
The many friends of Beinutd Coons
will bo pleased to leain that he has se
cured control or the Becker bowling
ulleys In AA'ashlngton hull building, and
he will be glad to meet nil, afternoons
EVENTS TODAY AND EVENING.
A lawn social will be held this evening
In front of Mrs. P. Belles' home, 211
Noith llvd- Park avenue. It wilt be un
der the dlirctlon of Mrs. Qlileon Mosel's
Sunday school class of the Simpson
Methodist Episcopal Sunday school.
The Democrats of the First legislative
district will meet In Cosgrove's hotel this
afternoon to elect delegates to the statu
convention, to bo held nt Eilc.
A general meeting of mine woiker,
pump-runnels, engineers and llromen will
be held In St. David's hall this afternoon.
Dlstuct President Thomas D. Klcholls
Local No. 1.103, I'nlted Mine AVoiers of
Ameilca, will meet In Flanagan's hall,
Luzcinc street, this afternoon and nomi
All memlieis of the Sons of Cambria
lodge, fmmcily Dowl Sant, aie requested
to attend the meeting this evening, ns
tlicie is Impoitaut business to tiansact.
A piellmlnary meeting of the new coun
cil. Daughlirs of America, will be held
In AVnshlngton hall this evening.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The regular monthlv meeting of the
AVit Sldo boa id of tiado will be held to
monow evening In llio Klectrlc City
AA'hcelmen's c lub house.
The fimci.il of the late John Swift, who
was Killed on tho railroad at JIcKecs
port, occuirecl estcrdiiy afternoon from
tho homo of deceased's mother, 101 Mcil
dlan street. Short set vices were held nt
St. Patricias church, mtcrment was
made In the Cathedral cemetery.
A son was rccentlv born to Jlr. and
Jlis. P. J O'Bovle. of H" Chestnut street.
Hugh Gray, of Jackson street, was se
verely In lined letenlly by colliding with
a wagon, while riding n bicycle.
Charles 1'khler. delegate from I'anooKa
tilbe, No HI, nnd M. J. Balg.ir, of Pc
qaest trdie. No. 117. and AVilllam Jef
fre, of Avoca, will leave today to attend
the aiiuu.il session of tho gland council
of Tted Men at Ieb inon.
l'Lim.iucnt riioman Hurrv Pcrber, of
Ihiglue tomp.uiv No. .", has moved his
family from North Biomley avenue to
Pmf. Voung, of North Scranton. enter
tained the l.ov.il Ciusadois on Saturday
evening with a club swinging exhibition
and talk on physical c ulturo.
The mcnibeis ot the Aiitlu.icitc Camp
ing club, who hive been stnjlng at Lake
Ailel foi sUcial dnb, leturned home on
1'iof. D. If. Lewis, of Kingston, and
Miss S.ti.ih i:. lliaic of North Ilvde
I'.nk avenue, will bo united in marriage
on AVrdncsd.iv, Juno 'S
Menibms of liianch No. (141, 'Lndlcs'
Catholic Kencvnlent association, will meet
In their hall tomoiiow moinlng at S ?0
o'clock to attend the ftinei.il of their late
memliei, M;s Patilck rivnn.
A niimbei of loeal Kcpuhllcaus will at
tend the state convention at llarrlsburg
.Allsses Saillo Coslett, Dihv AVncle,
Laura Ilallett. IMnn iTeeman. Helen
Jones, Jeanette P.ivis nnd Mnv Larkln
will graduate fiom the training school
Members of the fho dep.utment nro
making leguln tests of the llro hvdrlints
in West Scranton nnd keeping them In
Miss Anna Andei -on, of Noith rilmore
avenue, spent Sunday with li lends at
John D Davles and Charles IJ. Dough
eitj, of Pnath Biomlev avenue, arc visit
ing frh uds in Slilckshlniiv.
Mis. Y. v. D.ivls, of South H.vde P.uk
avenue, Is conllned to her homo by 111
noss. Miss Klltn AVilliams, of North Sumner
avenue, Is tho guest of Ilone-d.tle friends.
Thomas H.ivls of Dh Isltm street, who
,hns been seiloudy III, is recovering.
Mrs. Annn Jenkins nnd daughter, of
New A'ork, have leluined homo fiom a.
vMt with Ah. and Mrs Seidell Pawling,
of North Main avenue.
Mis Seth AV. Wnrley. of South Main
avenue, Is entertaining Ml-. C. J. Munii,
Jenl'ln itpjnolds, of Kynon street, Is
soloiirulllg at Lake Allcl.
13 r. lMward Ciuegcr, oi Phlladolpliln,
has lotunied home fiom n visit with
AVest Seianton fi lends.
Air. Koch, of HiooklMi, N. A., spent
Siind iv with Audiovv Mulr, of North Re
L C. Daeey has moved his family fiom
North Simipci avenue to Ol) pliant.
Miss ISvix RobcrtH, of North G.n field
nvpiiuo. has lesumed hei studies ut the
Rloomsbiiig State Noimal slIiooI, after
a In let visit nt borne,
AV. J. uglns, of North HvdoP,uk ave
nue. Is visiting In 1'nlon county.
Miss Je-slo Itlehnrcls, of Liuerue stieet,
enltrtnlntd n luiRe party of friends nt
her homo lecently.
Children's Bay Exeiclses in the
Methodist Chuich Puneial of
Mis. G. J. Chamberlain.
Tho Methodist chuich was lllled es
lei tiny moinlng when tho chlldien's day
cNcuclses weio hold, Tho chinch had
been mottllv cli touted with I.iiiikIs.
I daisies and palms for tho oouislon and
piesuutid a veiy pleasing sight, 'llio
following piogiainmo was lendeicd: Oi
fian piulutle. Mls Ruby Yosf. ailtheu,
choir; Scilpluio leading, HiijioilntDiulmit;
I Jin oca Hon, pastoi; singing, hchoolj Chll
dien's Pay Quoting, lieuu Uuincs; ton.
. ce(t ONeielso, "Tim Gloilmis Mcssugi-,"
tl.iss of glila; solo and thorns, ''Tho
I ring," JIImi Do Dony's i lass, ictltutlon,
"Stand Up for Vom Coloiw," Clayton
Wibbeii addiess. Rtv. Chillies) II, Now
Inir; slimln. ptimaiy depaitment; letitu-
lion, "Tho Siiubc nil." Howi Hpenctu; e
IJeitlse, sl gills; .duct, with mandolin
I accompaniment, by I.estei A'ost. "Our
Pnther'tf Care," Mlstes llcssle Powell and
Ktlif) Lltcheiihain; neidi,u, "8tuw
iieuvenwuiu," suucu ciuiiiien; solo and
thorns. "Help to Set tho AVoild Rejolc
lug." Miss Muo Kellti's class, iccltntlou,
"The Child or Niuaieth." Miss Lei I
Malnes; solo and cliomx, "Fair Rosu uf
Hhitioii," MIi-h Ruby A'ost's tlass; col.
lection; doology; benediction.
Funeial of Mis. Chamberlain,
Rov, AV, P. Gibbons, of the Pivsby.
teilan rhuich, conducted the fiiuei.il sei
vices of Mis. G. J, Chambuilaln ut the
fumlly homo jesteiday ufteinoon, The
house was tluougcd with laigu numbeiH
of ooi lowing f i lends ot the deceased who
A NEW COMPANY
HEBE IN SCRANTON
Arrangements Made to Lend Money
on Furniture at Astonish
ingly Low Rates.
OFFERS GREAT ADVANTAGES TO THE POOR
Anybody Can Get from $10 to $300 on Household Furniture
Two Hours After Application Is Made Not Even the
Borrower's Own Family Need Know of the Loan.
Company Will Let You Arrange Pay
ments to Suit Yourself.
There Is no longer any need for tho
people of this city to be without ready
cash In their pockets.
Theie Is no longer any need for you
to humiliate yourself by asking your
fi lends to lend you money as an act
of chin lty.
Those who have too much self
icspect to let their friends know that
they are haul up can now pay all
their bills and keep up a good nppenr
anto and look piospeious before their
nelghbots and acquaintances.
This Is a gient advantage to most
people, nnd the beauty of this new
plan which makes all this possible is
that it costs so little.
At 207 Wyoming avenue the Seian
ton Loan Guarantee company now
has oltltes wheie anybody tan got fiom
$10 to $300 on household furnltuie.
The loan may be had for one month
or for o whole year, nnd those who
apply will be told nt fltst exactly what
It would cost for any umount for any
length of time. Natuially a gieat
many would expect that they would
be chntged cohipound Interest under
these circumstances. But the manager
of this new company Is paitlctllarly
anxious that the public should know
that no compound interest is charged
were present to pay their last ti Unite to
one .so unlvei sally loved In life.
Sevcial selections weio i endued by tho
choir of tho Ptosbjtciian chuich. Tho
pall-bc.ircis weio: A. It Br) den, O. V.
B. Allen, A. B. Bulkley, M. AV. Chambei
lln, AA'llli.un Robinson and finnk Mm
shall; flower be.ireis weio D J. Smith,
J. G. Bone nnd !'. 12 Suaitz.
Among those In attendance fiom out
of town weio Mr. and Mis. David Cham
beilnln, of Philadelphia; Kdwln Cliam
tictlnin, of Noulstowu; Airs, nnd Miss Al
lnbaugh, of Philadelphia, and the Mi'ibcs
AVildei, of Pittston.
Chlldien's dav oxcultics vvero held ves
terdny moinlng In tho Picshjletbin and
Clui.stlan chinches. At both places tho
cdlflees wero lllled and pleading pio
grammes icndcrcd that vvero much en
joved. In the account of the high school exer
cises held on Filday evening In AA'ash
lngton hall mention should havo been
made of tho singing numbcis by tho
school which had been caretullv pie
paied under tho guldviice of Piofessor AV.
AV. Jones, tho efllclent iusliuctor In
music In tho bniough school.
Tho Item appearing in this column on
Fntuiday In lefeienco to a chair piesen
tntlon to Piofessor II. D. Bovaul was not
written bv the legulai toi respondent.
The AVomen's Mlssloiniy society of tho
Piesbyteilan chinch will meet on Thuis
day afternoon with Mis. Boid, of Mon
Miss Cornelln Ci.ilpln leaves this morn
ing for a visit with Philadelphia fi lends.
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
Glee Society Stmts Tomorrow Morn
ing on a Conceit Tour Fiist
Stop Is at Harrisburg".
The Noith Seianton Glee society
leaves tomoirovv at C.oO on a concert
tour accompanying the Colonel AVuttes'
party to Hnulsbuig. At that place the
society Intends giving seveial concerts
under the name of the Colonel AVatres
party. After giving a conceit In one
of the leading chinches there, they will
leave Friday for Plttslnug, The society
is made up of some of the best slngeis
In the city. Concerts will he given In
nil the laige titles In Ohio and other
states, nnd on their way home they will
go to Atlantic City. to fill a two weeks'
Dr. Daniel Jenkins, the advance
agent, is booking a large number of
dates In Ohio.
The following soloists fiom the Oxford
Glee society of West Seianton will nc
compuny them: David Stevens, Thom
as Abiams and David Jenkins.
The society consists of twenty-thiee
membcis: They ato agent, Dr, Daniel
Jenkins; director, AA'lllIam Davis; pian
ist, Lewis Evans, Olyphant; treusuier,
Four tenots Morgan J. Kdwnrds,
William AV. Davis, David Ulchaids,
Thomas Iteeso and Thomas Abrams.
Second tenors Thomas Kvans, David
Stevens, John Powell, AVilllam J, Hop
kins and Titus Davis.
Fltst bass David Jenkins, Thomas
Thomas, AVilllam Thomas, Lewis Jones
and Stephen Davis,
Second buss Chat les Mitchell, Daniel
Thomas, Daniel H. Evans, AVutkln
lfuuic and Dnnlel J. Evans.
A fui ew ell p.uty vwis held Satuulny
evening by tho membeis of the Sun
ehlno club as the honui of Misses Em
niiiund Ethel Khk, of Diamond avenue,
in honor of Misses Oiaco Lauer and
Ethel Heale, who aie to leave this city
Bluntly. Duilng the evening tokens of
filendblilp weio piesented to the de
putting ladles by the members of the
tlub. The lemalnder of the evening was
enjoyably spent wilh the uhuuI paity
dlveisloiib until a seasonable hour when
lefieshments weie served.
Those piesents weie; Misses Ethel
and Emma Klik, Sadie I'olkowsky,
Olive Mun, Lottie Beale, Grace nnd
Lottie Lauer, Alice Mini, Elsie Sillier
and Lilian Kelsel.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
The homo of Mr. and Mis. Patrick
Timlin, or reidluiind stieet, Is bilglitcncd
by the airlvuLof a baby gill.
Mi. mid Mrs. C. l Crossman, of
Throop stieet, enteitulnea Albert AVhecl
er, of Claik's Summit. Satuiday.
A. M. Atlicrtou, of Obphnnt, spent es
teiduy with frltiuW in this section
nt all. He says, ftnther, that there
are no chinges to be paid in advance,
and hopes that no one who needs n
small temporary loan will hesitate to
take advantage of the company's offer
because of any fear that the rates
might be too high. They have been
made so low that even the poorest
can easily afford to get a loan.
The fuinltuie Is left with the bor
row ei, and theie is absolutely no pub
licity, for the company leallzes that
that Is just what the public aie most
anxious to avoid.
As for tho paments, each borrower
Is peimlttod to say Just when it would
bo most convenient to pay. MoHt of
those who have taken out loans so far
have piefened to pay In small month
ly Instalments. Some pay by the week,
but in no ease Is the borrower com
pelled to pay nil at once.
It will be noticed at once how muth
better it Is to get a loan this way than
by pawning things. AVIth this plan
you have the use of tho goods while
you also have the money.
The company Intends to make loans
anywheie within twenty-five miles of
Scranton. All applications should be
made to the Scranton Loan Guarantee
Co , 207 AVyomlng avenue, near Spruce
FTJNEBAL OF THE LATE MBS.
Was Attended by Hundieds of Sym
pathizing Friends nnd Neighbors.
Services Conducted by the Rev.
William A. Nordt Chlldien's Day
Services Conducted in a Number of
the Churches Councilman Charles
Graf Home from the Albany Con
vention Othjp Notes.
All that was mortal of the late Mrs.
Homy Zelgler was laid ut lest with
Impiosslve setvices jesterdny after
noon, nnd the lcmalns wero followed
to the giave by hundieds of sympathiz
ing friends and nelghbois who had
known nnd loved the deceased as a
loving wife n"nd mother, and a stead
fast and tiuo fiiend.
Long before the hour of 3, when the
services weic to begin, hundreds passed
thiough the pallors, to take a last look
at the featuies, as they lested In a
massive sllk-llncd black tusket, which
was almost hid fiom view with floral
tokens of love and sympathy.
Shoit sei vices and pi aver weie held
In the house, coiner of Cedar avenue
nnd Hickory stieet, by the Rev, Will
iam A. Nordt, who later conducted im
piessive set vices at the Hickory street
thurch.whlch was ciowdcd to the doors.
Tho lemalns weie can led to tho church
by life-long fi lends, nnd were followed
by the family, Ladles' Aid society, and
a lontr line of fi lends, thnt sttetched
out to a length of several blocks.
The pastor took his text fiom thn
Epistlo to tho Romans, eighth chapter
nnd eighteenth verse, and spoko In elo
quent pialsc of the deceased lady, and
paid n fitting tilbute to her memory as
a good Chtlstian, and a tender, devoted
w Ife and mother.
During the services, Cluules Doeisam
pie.sided nt the otgan, bv special re
quest, vviille tho solo pnits weie taken
by Miss Mnrtha Nordt nnd Miss Maty
AArlith. "Nenier, My God, to Thee,"
wns sung at the cemeteiy by the Fieuen
A'eieln, after n player for the dead had
been said by Rev. Mr. Nordt.
The pall-benrers were Clin ties Mlitz,
Charles Neuls, Peter Znng, AVilllam
Muus, Jacob Ruppenth.il nnd Geoigo
Engel. Tho many beautiful lloweis
were canlpil bv Hon, John J. Scheupr,
R. A. Zimmerman, J, J. Hlldebiandt,
Hnuy Harder, John Leweit, Thomas
Spruks, J, F. Miller and Henry Spruks.
Back from Convention.
Oouncllmnn Chnrlps Graf, who ai
rlveil homo lecently fiom Albany, N.
Y wheie ho attended, us delegnte from
the Church of Peace, a convention of
the Atlantic district of the Evnngelltnl
synod, was honoied by being chosen a
member of the ndvicory hoaid for a
teim of four yeats. The position Is Im
poitaut, as the board, which meets nt
the cnll of the chair, deals with all
questions affecting the chinch,
The mission bonid, of which the Rev.
E. J. Schmidt, Ph.D., is piesldent, wns
augmented by tho Rov. Rettcr und Rov.
Schoettle, both of this city.
Chlldien's Day at the Churches.
At seveial of the churches on this
side, Chlldien's dnv was obseived jes
teiday with uppiopilate eseiclses, and
tho moinlng services at tho Hlckoiy
Htieet Pieshvteilun thuitii the eei
clses weio lu Cerman and the after
noon set vices In English. A quuitette,
composed of Tied Lentes, Chi 1st
Scheuer. IlPiny Schwenktr nnd AVill
lam Scheiier, furnished music, being
accompanied on tho piano by MlbS
Anna M. Faust. Kolos weie lendeied
by the JJlsses Helena Schnutz and
MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS
for Children Mutlicr iu, fur jcjts a mniu in
the Children's llumu in ,i V.uiL, inMlnl hl.
Urcn kuctciifull) nilli a iiinuu, now iuuVi
uml plated lu llic iliui; ttoiix, illnl MI)cr
CJu)'rf sued I'oudeu (oi ('lilMnn. 'I lit .no
liauuIt-3 milU, pleuuiit to take and never
full. A certain ii-re (or lemUlmcsj, coii.Upj.
tlon, luad ache, Icetlil".' J ml stomach disor
ders and remow noinii. At all ilrumUt. 23c.
Don't accept jny eulMItute. VJinple aent litUL.'.
AiIiIir.1 Allrn S. nimstid. Id Hot. X. V.
What to give is oftentimes a perplexing; problem.
Just a little view of our
Bric-a-Brac, Cut Glass
And Handsome Furniture
will help you decide, possibly. The styles in fancy
Rocking Chairs in our Furniture department is in
teresting. The tables devoted to Cut Glass and
Bric-a-Brac in basement will surprise you with the
quantity, and prices quoted today are for the month
of June and will be less than usually found elsewhere.
14-Inch Punch Bowl, with foot,
handsome cutting, value $50.00,
June Price $33.50
$16,50 Bowls $12.50
19.25 Bowls 15.00
13.25 Bowls 10.00
10.50 Bowls 8.5o
7.50 Bowls 5.90
$16.50 Jugs $12.50
14.50 Jugs 11,00
8.25 Jugs 6.50
5.50 Jugs 4.25
In Quartered Oak, Mahogany, at a range of prices .
Odd Upholstered Pieces in
many kinds of woods, at
Adjustable Divans and Couches
Our line of these goods is very large; assortments of
plain couches to the large, luxuriously upholstered kind .
at $5.50 to 34.ul)
If you're contemplating furnishing a house, it will be to your ad
vantage to look at our stock and compare prices with goods seen else
where. Furniture Department, Fourth Floor.
Mary Miller, while a lily dilll, by a
class of little girls dressed In white,
was the most Interesting feature of the
cxcielses. The afternoon services v,eie
practically a repetition of the morninfr
A musical and literal v pioRiammo
took the nlaco of the lcgular nioininK
services at St. Paul's Methodist Kplh
copal church, the theme being "The
Conquering- Christ," and theie was a
ery laige attendance. The exeiciscs
wero exceedingly interesting, and a
baptism followed. Rev. Mr. Dotv led
the sei vices, and paid paiticular atten
tion to the juniors.
At the Prospect Aenue Methodist
Kplscopal chuich, which ias beauti
fully decorated with wild and culti
wted lloweis, Children's day was ob
served in the afternoon, when icclta
tlons and exeiciscs weie lendeied by
the Sundnv school cla&es. Music wns
furnished by Miss Alma Koempel and
Kdwnrd H. Haussor. A hearty welcome
was extended to all by Joseph J. Johler.
and an lnsplilng address was dellveied
by the pastor, Kev. G. F. Huusser. MlbS
Emma Johler presided ut the oigan.
NUBS OF NEWS.
Interesting anil well attended services
weio held at tho Young AVonieu'.s Chris
tian assocl itlon 100ms, on (.'pilar inemie,
jestciduy afternoon. Rev, Mr. Doty led
tho exercises and miiclo an lmpicssiio ud
cIipss, talcing foi his text, "Lost Shields."
Mr. Barber, of ProUilenco li is been
awarded tho contract lor moving St.
Paul's Mothocllht Episcopal ohm eh from
Cedar aveniio to Pittston avenue. TI10
moving will begin as i-ocm ah tho now
foundation has been completed.
K. A'. Jones, of 13Jrt Plttbton avenue, Is
M'lv seiiously III.
The congregation of St. Paul's chinch
will tako part In a Joint excursion with
tho Avocu, Talor, Ilciuihnm and Mooslo
Methodist Episcopal churches, to Lako
l.ocloic, June IT.
Tho Ladles' Aid society of St. Paul's
church will meet In monthly s-csslou on
AVednesday afternoon nt '! o'clock. Mid
week Mirvlces and piuycr will bo held
AVednesday evening. A meeting of trus.
tees Is called for next Saturday night.
Tho mai ilago of Miss Mama AVetter,
daughter uf Ml. and Mis, Michael Wet
ter, of Prospect avenue, to AVilllam Eiden
Is nnnoiincecl to tuKo place, tho latter p.ut
of this mouth.
Mi, Baker, of New A'ork city, Is tho
guest uf Mi. and Mis. John Horn, of
Mid-week services will tako place at tho
Hickory Stieet Picsbjteilnn chinch Wed-lips-day
evening, and a icacheis' monthly
meeting will take placo at the same pluco
MRS. MAKOAHKT SIMON, widow of
the lute Fied .Simon, died eiuly jebter
day inclining at the family lesldence,
S37 Capoiibo nvenue, The deceased lady
was one of the eatly settleis of Seian
ton, auivlng hem fiom Clei runny In
1Mb, She was neatly SJ yeuis of age,
and Is suivlved by tho ihlldieii of an
adopted duughtei now deceased, Tho
fuueial will take place nt 10 a. in. AVed
nesday, anil bei vices will be held In St.
.Marj's Cutliollo chuu'li In South
Scranton. Interment wlllbe made In
the Pctetsbuig Cutliollo cemetei).
MllS. PAROMNH aUHN.A'CM,, uged
70 eairf, died Vdh Satuulny at her
homo, l.M South JJveielt uvenue, after
u Unguiing illness. Deceased was u
widow ami Is burvlved by seveial sons
nnd daughter;. The runeial erylces
will be held ut the lioute tonionovv at-
GoodJ- News j
Value June Sale
NAPPIES, without handles,
large assortment to select from at
25 per cent less than regular price.
LAMPS, with globes to match,
marked at prices to close out. J
Large variety of Toilet Sets with
or without slop jar, begin at
J)X.5 tu 17 1 JfJ
various designs and
$6.00 to p3UUU
Monday Evening, Juno !), 1002, at S 13.
Ai lists Recital by
In connection with tho Fifteenth Sym
phony Conceit of tho
Pi Ices Lower floor, 7jc. and $1.00; bal
cony, 50c. and 73c.
Diagiam opens Filday, Juno 6, 1902, at
9 a. m.
Meet Me at the
A story of vital inter
est to all the people is
told iu those four words,
to which little can be ad
ded. Except that they
are potatoes of the first
A hundred other
big bnrgaiiis, or
cal quality, at any
THE JOYCE STORES
teiuomi. Intel nient will be made In
AVubhburn btieet cemetery,
An Infant child of Mr, and Mis. John
Cailuccl, of Ullckens' comt, died yes
teulay aud will be Intened In the Cath
cdial cemeteiy tills nftei 110011.
The fuueial of the hue Mrs. Patrick
Flint; will take ptitcu tonioiiuvv morning
at ' o'clock, fiom tho lioute, 1931 Jack
son bticct. Set vices will be held In St.
Patrick's Catholic chinch. Interment will
be made In the Cathediul cemetery.