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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1902
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Programmes of Children's Day Exercises
for Tomorrow Davies-Bard Wedding
at Factoryville Bowling Games.
Tho annual Children's tiny exercises
.vlll bo held tit the Tabernacle Congro
Batlonul church tomortow evening,
when the beautiful cantata, entitled
"Life's Sunny Days," will be given by
the children of the Sunday school. The
following programme will be rendered:
Bong, "All Hall,"
School and Congregation
.Address of Welcome.. Miss Mnrgurct Rocs
Kong l)ny of Flowers and Song School
Invocation Evan a. Reese
Responsive Heading ...Leader and School
Bong, "A Morning Star" School
Recitation, "A Morning Call,"
Miss rcuitn cnappci
Song; "The Lord Is Good". ...Infant CIas3
Exercise, "The Flower Garden,
Woik nnd Bo Glad School
Recitation, "The Plensnnt Face,"
Song Miss M. Iteeso
nccltntlon by Uludss V niters, Annie
Lasher and Annie Williams.
Song. "The Clock" Ciillcu Sisters
Recitations by Even Evans, Willie
Williams, Benjamin Evans and
Klchni il Walters.
Hong Willie E. Reese
Ilccltallon, "A Blameless Day,"
Miss Lizzie Reese
Sosg. "If We Are Good" Infant Class
Rceitiitlniii by Milton Griffith?, Owen
AVIIllnms and Wllll.tm Sayls.
Song, " "I'ls Good to Be Alive" ....School
Solo Miss Kthcl Jones ..
Pong. "As the U.iys Go By" School
Responsive EscieKo The Beatitudes
Song, "BIosmkI Alu They" School
"All the Day" School
The Loid's Prayer and Benediction.
All the children taking separate parts
are requested to meet with their teach
ers at the church at 3 o'clock this af
ternoon. Sumner Avenue Church.
Children's day exercises will be given
bv the Sunday school of the Sumner
Avenue Presbyterian chuich tomorrow
rvening at C o'clock, when the follow
ing programme will be rendered:
Singing "Our Jubilee"
Solo and Chorus "Beautiful Birds"
Opening Addles B. Brown
Solo and Chorus. ."The Beautiful in Life"
Iteeltutlon Marian Andeison
Solo Annie Davle
Lecitutlon Katie McDonald
Recitation ... Margaret Mayo
Kinging ....'.....' "A Song of Hope'
Itccitatton Margaret Jones
Recitation Willie Anderson
t-'olo unle riice
Itccitatton Ella Huffoid
Recitation loseph Green
Singing ' "A Song of Faith
The Btst Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sal? by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
ii-inch Liberty Satin millions, in
all the popular shades and of e
i client finality. A tempting JFw
offer for Satuirt.iy only, at !
il-lnvlt Liberty Satin Ribbons.
Same as above and the most popu
lar width this season. Tho
Sntiuduy B.tigalu Price.... w
ri-lnoh Taffeta Ribbons: all silk
and ilch lluisli. livery shade you
ran think of in this num- 1 fw.
bcr. Bargain Price Iwt
il-luch Taffeta Ribbon. Same
as the foicwolng number, Jk,
except In width IVU
3 Ladies' Underwear
Ladles' Lisle Thread Combina
tion Suits, In white ui ecru. Low
neck and short sleeves. Regular
J1.00 nuallty. but sizes mo. K
slightly biokeu Ul
Ladles" Kino Ribbed Vests; laeo
trimmed and elegantly finished.
Low neelcs, with or without
sleeves, a (food nun-dollar till,.
55 Vest for.,,,,,,,
Tyo-iiccn Bathing Suits, neatly
trimmed and good quality,
Men's Sl.es, ,7,"c, and $1.00 the Suit
Boys' Sizes.. Mo. und 73c. tho Suit
Wash Madras Blocks, Mc. and 23c.
Narrow Four-ln-Uiinds, i)Rn
great iisbortmcut uj
String Tics nnd Fashlonablo
Bows , lJc.( 10c. and 5c.
Ladies' Suit Department
Ladles' Black Taffota Silk Dross
' Skirts, with threo circular
flounces, trimmed with fancy
shirred ribbons, etc. en nu
Elegant ?10 Sklrtij for.,. 3Wtt!
Ladles' Wfilto Lawn Di casing
Sacques, haudbomely trimmed
with Vol. lace, otc. Bpo- iUn
clal i ,i, , 03
Children's Wash Dresses, In fine
gipghums, percales, etc. Em
broidered and laeo trimmed,
Dainty and serviceable. i I ilk
All sizes , ,,,.... -Mfltl
Itecllatlon T.ottlo Emll
Recitation Jcnnlo Gilbert
Bolo Bessie Davlcs
Ilceltation Annie Prlco
Singing "A Song of Joy
Recitation John Armstrong
Recitation .'. Agnes Anderson
Singing "A Song of Love"
lleeltntlon Htilda Green
Transformation Exercise. ..Twelvo Girls
Organist Miss Laura Ilnllctt.
Yesterday morning at 11.30 o'clock
took place a very pretty June wedding,
when Dr. W. Rowland Dnvles, of South
Main avenue,, was united In marriage to
Miss Helen C. Bard, the accomplished
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. Bard, of
Factoryville, at the home of the bride's
The brldnl party formed In an upper
rooms, and to the sweet strains of the
wedding mnrch from "Lohengrin," as
played by Miss Mae Stata Peck, they
marched to the parlor, where under a
canopy of ferns, palms and roses, they
were met by Rev. James N. Lee, of
the Methodist Episcopal church, who
pronounced the solemn words that
united them. After the ceremony, Miss
Peck rendered a selection from "Tann
hauser. The bride was attired in a
beautiful gown of white silk and lace,
and carried bride roses of white.
A bountiful wedding breakfast was
served, after which Dr. and Mrs. Da
vles left via the Lackawanna for an
extended trip to Philadelphia, Wash
ington and the South. Dr. Davies is
one of the most popular West Scranton
physicians and Is a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Da
vies is one of Factoryvllle's belles, and
has graduated with honor from Key
stone academy and Stuart Training
school, of Philadelphia.
Miss Gertrude Loomls, of North Lin
coln avenue, gave a parlor dance at her
home last evening, In honor of her
cousin, Miss Bessie Snover, of Elmira,
N. V., and Miss Lela McMicken, of
Springville, Pa. Those present were:
Misses Mary James. Jennie Wntklns,
Hattie Eynon, Gertrude Loomls, Bessie
Snover, Lela McMicken; Messrs. Jud
son Hinman, Clayton Newcomb, Wen
dell Evans, Eugene Powell. Dolph
Bruiting nnd Charles Carpenter.
The members nf the R. P. club held
a muslcale on Wednesday evening at
the home of Frank Sweeney, 315 North
Van Buren avenue. Flashlight pic
tures were taken by H. L. Cramer, a
good programme was enjoyed and re
freshments were served, Mrs. Sweeney
uas assisted lit serving by Misses
Emma Logan, Jessie Logan and May
Gallagher. The members of the club
Misses Catherine Manley, Mary
Tlghe, Sadie Devine, Anna Logan, Mol-
Oar Glove Department
indies' Silk Gloves, iloublo lin
ger tips; two-clasp length; in
white, black, grey and modes.
Extra value, Saturday, ai
Ladies' Lace Mittens, in .short,
medium and elbow lengths.
Blacks nnd whites only. Seo our
offerings on Saturday, at from
$1.00 to SOc.
Children's and Misses' Mittens.
In blnck and white. A splendid
nssoitincnt lit values that will
surprise you 00c. and "oc.
Ladies' Toiiet Requisites g
Flno Soans nro an essential.
Tho purity nnd cxcollonco of tho
following will not bo questioned,
note tho prices:
Pears' Soap (full slso), tin
Pcnrs' Soap, richly perfumed. 10o
Cutlcura Soap (largo slzo),,,.i;0e
Colgate's Castllo Soap (largo)12',io
Colgate's Castllo Soap (small) 9c
Talcum Powder, in fancy bottles
with sprinkler top, scented with
crushed roses, violets, etc, The
best toilet powder on tho mar
ket. Largo slzo hottlo on iin
Ladies' Sbirt Waists
Ladles' Shirt Waists, In Scotch
Madras and Kino Olnghams. All
colors mid very latest styles,
$1.73 and $1.50 Waists L
Ladles' White Waists, an at
tractive collection for Saturday
only; In various styles. All aro
now, pretty and up-to-date (iKn
styles , OOV
Asbsstos Won't Burn
Save your dining room tublo
and add to Its appcarauco by us
ing Asbestos D'Oylcs. Jlanusomo,
bervlceable. nnd will save their
cost quickly by saving the table
linen. Oval or round shapes,
from,.., ., $1.25 to 45c.
lie Jordan, John Slmughnessy, John
O'Byrne, Daniel McllUgh, Martin
Jordan) Mortimer Hogan. iThc guests
were! Misses Emma Logan Jes
sie Lojran, Frances Sweeney, Elizabeth
8u coney, Edwnrd May, Frank Clara
gan, John and Lawrence Sweeney.
Green Bid go Won Three.
In the exhibition game at the Ktec
tilti City Wheelmen's alleys last even
ing, the Clrocn Itldgc Wheelmen won all
three games from the home team,
Wedeman wns high man, with a score
of 185, nnd he was nlso high average
man, with a score of 174. The detailed
score of vthc three games was as fol
lows: ELECTRIC CITY WHEELMEN.
Dopuo 131 14,1 171 453
Delhi 11,1 172 116-401
Chatilold 134 14 iM 43.1
Lewis Ill 156 US-458
Stover 127 132 103-412
052 751 754-
GREEN RIDGE WHEELMEN.
181 142- 470
13t 143- 402
132 155- 431
129 150- 408
185 151- 522
Funeral of W. G.' Williams.
One of the largest funerals seen In
West Scranton In a long time was that
of the late William G. Williams yes
terday afternoon. Deceased was promi
nently identified with n number of
secret and beneficial organizations, and
the members attended the services in
Short services were held at the house,
on Hyde Park avenue, nt 2.30 o'clock,
nfter which the cortege moved to
the Tabernacle Congregational church,
where additional services were begun
at 3 o'clock. In charge of the pastor,
Rev. D. P. Jones.
The societies represented nt the
funeral wpre the Knights of Malta,
Knights of Pythias, Knights of the
Mystic Chain, Sons of Cambria, Sloan
Central Mine Accidental fund and the
United Mine Workers of America. The
Interment was made in the Washburn
Events of This Evening.
The regular semi-monthly meeting of
the West Side Central Republican club
will be held this evening.
A meeting of the Tripp Slope fund
will bo held in Co-operative hall this
NOTES AND PERSONALS.
John E. Johns, of South Main ave
nue, who has been indisposed for sev
eral days, was able to be out yester
dav. Tudor Williams, of South Main ave
nue, is home from Cornell university
for the summer vacation.
Robert Walker, sr., of Division street,
left yesterday afternoon for a visit
with his sister at New Haven, Conn.
Several hundred people attended the
annual picnic of the Simpson Metho
dist Episcopal church and Sunday
school at Nay Aug park yesterday. A
large number of ladles from the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church also
spent the day at the park.
Washington camp, No. 333, Patriotic!
Order Sons of America, will hold an
entertainment and "smoker after their
regular meeting next Tuesday evening.
Officers will also be elected.
Patrolmen Hart and McColligan be
gan their annual vacation yesterday.
They will spend a few days at LeRoy,
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Moyer, of
Rock street, has been brightened by the
arrival of a daughter.
The Colonial club will visit at Dalton
next Monday evening. All who intend
going will report to the secretary to
Mrs. William A. Jones, of Jackson
street, has received word of the death
of her brother, John P. Williams, in
Rev. Jacob Schoettle, of the Chestnut
Street German Presbyterian church,
will preach an English sermon to his
congregation tomorrow evening.
Thomas G. Evans, of South Hyde
Park avenue, and G. H. Bender, of
South Sumner avenue, have returned
home from a fishing trip to Lake
The Luther League of St. Mark's
church will hold an lice cream social nt
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Denn,
on North Hyde Park avenue, next
Miss Edna D. Kwins, of South Main
avenue, and Misses Sarah and Laura
Hughes, of North Sumner avenue, nre
sightseeing in New York, and will take
a trip up tho Hudson before returning
Joseph Heffron nnd William Luxen
berger, of Main avenue, enjoyed a visit
nmong friends up the valley yohterdny.
Thomas Williums, son of the late
William G. Williams, arrived home
from Buffalo yesterday hair an hour
after his father was burled.
Mrs. Robinson nnd sister. Miss Mar
garet Morgnn, of State College, Pa,,
are enjoying a visit with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Morgan, of
117 North Filmore nvonue.
Mr. and Mrs. John It. Williams, of
Academy htreet, have a new son at
Leo Crossln, of North Lincoln nve
nue, has returned homo from Ford
ham college for the summer vacation.
Miss Edna Suxe, of North Main ave
nue, graduated from Wyoming semi
nary on Thursday.
The boys of the Washburn Street
Presbyterlnn church have accepted tho
challenge of tho boys of the Providence
Presbyterian church for a game of
base ball at Lake Ariel on Friday next,
Miss Anna Mu&on, of South Main
avenue, is tho guest of friends In
Tho Salvation Army will conduct a
gofapel meeting at Nay Aug park to
morrow afternoon, If tho weather per
mits. The new oflicers of the corps
will be In charge,
Joseph Murphy, of Juckson street,
who will be ordained to the priesthood
at the Baltimore cathedral today, will
say his (list mass at St. Patrick's
church tomorrow morning.
Mrs, Shaffer, of North Rebecca ave
nue, has returned home from u visit
with friends In Syracuse, N, Y.
Hermun Bergerhoff, of North Lincoln
avenue, has returned homo from a
business trip to New York,
Walter Jumes and Frank Wutklns,
of North Hydo Park avenue, are so
journing In New York.
Forest Dershimer, of South Main ave
nue, returned home from Bucknell uni
versity yesterday, und was tendered a
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reception Inst evcnlnjr at his homo by
a number of his friends.
The members of Lackawanna council,
No. 1133, ltoynl Arcanum, will attend
tho funeral of the late Wlllnrd Lannlng
tomorrow afternoon, nnd will meet nt
their rooms at 1.30 o'clock to make tho
Richard S. Davis, of North Main ave
nue, nnd John Lilly, of North Garfield
nvonue, have accepted positions In
Thomas J, Mullen, of South Lincoln
avenue, Is spending his vacation In
Now York and at tho seashore.
Thomas Watklns, of Prlco street, Is
the guest of friends In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Christopher Flehler, of North
Bromley avenue, Is spending a few
clays at Atlantic City.
Miss Annie Ronchlcr, of North Lin
coln avenue, Is spending her vacation
Sebastian Pfelffcr, Henry Cook,
Charles Klmmlch, William Pfelffer,
Conrad llegar nnd Frank Smith have
returned home from a fishing trip to
Frank Ames, of Lake Ariel, has re
turned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Slote, of North Lincoln avenue.
Harry Lynn, John Morgan and Noah
Lewis arc on a fishing trip td Lily
Mrs. J. S. Owens, of South Sumner
avenue, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
W. H. Butler at Clifford.
William Furr, of Ohio, Is visiting his
brother, Edward Farr, 'of North Main
avenue, after an absence of many years.
NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
John Mulherin Badly Injured Ban
quet Given by. Knights of Mys
tic Chain Other Matters.
John Mulherin, an' aged resident of
this part of the city, fell down a steep
embankment on West Market street
Thursday evening. He was on his way
to visit his daughter's home on Leg
getts street, and as he was walking
along the embankment near the West
lake property on West Market street,
he slipped and rolled down the bank.
His moans attracted the attention of
one of the neighbors, who ran to the
unfortunate man's side. He was pain
fully bruised about the head and face.
He was taken to his daughter's home on
Leggetts street in a carriage and re
ceived medical attention.
The members of the Providence castle,
No. 45, Mystic Chain, held a delightful
banquet and entertainment In Oster
hout's hall on Thursday evening. An
excellent programme. Including speeches
and recitations, were rendered during
the evening. A number of visitors from
Green Ridge castle were present at
that pleasant occasion.
John Middleton was elected com
mander of the castle and John Morgan
representative to the convention at
Freeland In September.
Conrad Miller and Mrs. Rltoades Hop
per, both of Old Forge, were happlly
weduea at tne parsonage or tne xsortn
Main avenue Baptist church by Rev.
Albert H. Smith, yesterday. The bridal
couple were unattended.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller returned to the
groom's home in Old Forge, where a
delightful wedding reception was held.
The newly married couple will make
their residence with the groom's par
ents for a time.
Election of Officers.
Green Ridge Castle, No. 20, Knights
of the Mystic Chain, elected the follow
ing officers In Morel's hall last Monday
night: Commander, James Alexander;
vice-commander, Herbert Mason; mar
shal, E. J. Ascott; chaplain, John Belts;
inside guard. M. J. Ascott; outside
guard, John Meroheny; treasurer,
Richard Ascott; financial scribe.William
R. Jones; recording scrib, W. M. Wil
son; representative to select castle,
Richard H. Busland.
The reports of the various officers
showed that the lodge Is in a good con
dition, both financially and in point of
BRIEF NEWS NOTES.
William Ruddy, a student at St
Michael's college, Toronto, has returned
home to spend the summer vacation
with his parents on West Market
Mrs, Fred Mayo and daughter, Melda,
of North Main avenue, are visiting Mrs.
Mayo's parents In Plttston.
Miss Blanch Reese and Ketrlna
Jones, both of Wayne avenue, have re
turned from Bloomsburg normal school
to spend the summer vacation with
Bauer's band gave an excellent con
cert before a large mass of people in
the square last evening. The band was
advertising the coming Elks' carnival.
George H. Frease, of New York city,
spent Wednesday at the home of Rev,
Albert H. Smith, of Oak street.
Messrs. Thomas Hodgson and Wil
liam Howells, both of North Main ave
nue, left on a fishing trip to Lake
Henry Thursday evening.
Miss Mary McCluskle, of School
stieet, Is ill.
David Williams, a graduate of Mans
field state normal school, returned
homo yesterday from the commence
ment exercises. Ho was accompanied
by his mother and sister.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. P. Smith, of Monsey
avenue, has returned homo after a three
weeks' journey through tho Now England
Tho work of erecting tho high board
fence around that part of tho common
which will bo. occupied by tho Elks' car
nival Is almost completed.
Poplar street Is being opened nnd grad
ed from tho plant of .tho Klotz Silk
Throwing company, to tho substantial
now brldgo which spans tho Lackawanna
at that point. When this street Is opened
through to Providence road It will form
a mqst direct" and convenient thorough
fare between tho'centiul cl'ty nnd Provi
dence, Miss Florence Robblns, of Port Morris,
N. J., Is ylsltlng her cousin, Mrs. E. W.
Osborne, of 820 Sunset avenuo.
Miss Buslo Riglln. who had been tho
guest of Mrs. W. R. Bunnoll, of Sunset
avenue, has returned to her homo in
Alderman and Mrs. A. E. Bailey, of
New street, will leave today for Now Mil
ford, where they will spend a few days
at the home of George Hayden.
Tho members of tho Green Ridge Chan
taunua circle were delightfully enter
tained )iy J. JI. Fisher Friday evening to
a trolley tide to Moosla and return on a
special cur, wlillo at .Mooslo they spent
an hour nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Robinson and wcro shown by them
their jaro collection of plcture.vOn their
return to tho city a pleasant social hour
was spent at tho homo of Mr, and Mrs.
Tho "Peddler's Parado" which took
placo at the Green Rldgo Presbyterian
chuich last evening under tho auspices
of the Ladles' Aid society, was a unique
and plensnnt entertainment and netted
n good slim for the treasury,
Tho Interior of G. W. Hornbnkcr's
store Is being repaired nnd Improved.
St. Paul's Catholic church In being
brightened up by n fresh coat of paint.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Six Persons Charged with Conduct
ing Speakeasies Were Arrested
Yesterday nnd Fined.
Another raid on speakeasies wns
mnde yesterday, und no less than six
violators of tho liquor law were ar
rested. Evidence had bcel secured by
special detectives, noting tinder Instruc
tions of tho superintendent of police.
The testimony of the officials was con
sidered sufficient, and nil were lined $50
and S7.C0 costs or cro to 1all for thlriv
Those arrested wore: Mary Lnlly, of
1004 South Webster avenue, who was
fined only a few weeks ngo; NIcholnB
Motista, of 521 Breck street; Fred Wolf,
of 1505 Prospect avenue, and -Vincent
Two more warrants ure out, and the
parties will be brought in for a. bear
One of the biggest funerals ever seen
on this side took place yesterday, when
tho late Henry Winkler wus laid at rest
In the Flttston avenue cemetery. Ser
vices were conducted at the house
and grave by Rev. William Nordt, and
the bavarian society, which had
charge of arrangements, was present In
a body. Many beautiful floral token
were grouped around the casket, nnd
they were carried to the graveside by
Captain John Horn, AVIIllam Schwlck,
Ansel Albert and Emll Meyers. The
pall bearers were Joseph Blshopsberger,
George Reldmuller, August Gets:, Fritz
Martin, Eugene Huusler, John Senn,
George Welde und August Oestringer.
The lemalns of Joseph Feeney, of 504
Stone avenue, were laid at rest yester
day morning. Services were held In
the cathedral, and interment was made
in the Hyde Park cemetery. The pall
bearers were John Mawn, Joseph
Wren, Patrick Ryan and Charles
Carey. The flower carriers were Aloy
sius Donovan and Patrick Mawn.
The remains of Minnie Harris were
laid at rest yesterday fronr" the home
of the parents, 440 Alder street. Ser
vices were held at the house and grave
by Rev. Rogers Israel, D. D., and in
terment was made In the Forest Hill
NUBS OF NEWS.
An Ice cream social was held by the
Loyalty club In the Young Women's
Christian association rooms last even
ing. A team belonging to Spruks Bros.,
hauling a load of timber, ran away on
Cedar avenue yesterday, but were
brought to a standstill before doing
any serious damage.
The Saengerrunde society met for re
hearsal in Athletic hall last evening.
Tho Scranton Athletic club will con
duct a clam bakS and picnic in Ba hi
tler's park, near Mountain Lake, to
morrow. Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by all dealers."
Camp 96, Patriotic Order of America,
met in regular session at Freuhan's
hall on Cedar avenue, last night.
The excursion of St. John's Catholic
church will start this morning for
Mountain Park. All arrangements are
completed, and If the weather is fa
vorable the South Side will be almost
deserted. Refreshments will be served
on the grounds by the ladles, and an
Interesting programme of athletic
events for prizes has been prepated.
William Brigel, of Hazleton, who
acknowledged before Alderman Storr
yesterdav that he was a fortune teller
by profession, will spend the next sixty
days with Sheriff Sehadt.
William Noll, of this side, was' be
fore Alderman Lentes last evening on
various charges, preferred by his wife.
Owing to the absence of Important wit
nesses, the cases were continued until
next Wednesday morning.
First Methodist Episcopal church,
Rev. Charles Henry Newlng, pastor.
Morning prayers at 10 o'clock. Ser
vices at 10.30 u. in. and 7.30 p. in. The
pastor will preach at both services.
Morning subject, "Christ's Epistles."
In the evening the pastor will preach
on temperance; subject, "One Phase of
the Liquor Problem." Sunday school
at 2.30 p. m.i evening prayer service at
6.30 o'clock; class meetings at 11.43 a.
in.; Enworth league, Tuesday evening
at 7.43 o'clock; mid-week church prayer
meeting, Wednesday evening at 7.30
o'clock. Seats are free, and a cordial
welcome Is extended to all.
The Tripp Avenue Christian church.
Preaching both morning and evening
by the pastor, Rev. J. D. Dabney.
Morning topic, "Practical Temper
ance;" evening topic, "Transforma
tion." Sunday school nt 10 u. nt. All
the members of the Sunday school
should make a special effort to bo
Dudley Street Baptist church. Ser
vices ns usual, nt 10,30 a. in. and 7.30
p. m.i Sunday school at 12 noon; Chris
tian Endeavor nt 6.45 p. m. Children's
day exorcises at evening service,
Dr. and Mrs. McAvoy nnd Mrs, Mark
Simpson, of West Drinker street, have
returned from an extended visit with
friends in Connecticut.
Mrs. W. D. Osterhout nnd Mrs. W.
N. Stevens are guests of friends at
Harvey Bishop Is visiting at the homo
of his son, 1'J. W. Bishop, on Brook
Re.v. L. W, Church, of Hnllstead, is a
guest nt tho homo of E. D. Bovurd, on
St. Mark's Sunday school excursion
will be run to Lake Ariel on Tuesday
Miss Anna White, of Ijuwley, Is a
guest at the homo of Royal Taft, on
Joseph Henley, n student at Holy
Cross college, Is spending tho summer
vacation with his father, on Chestnut
Miss Prlscllla Wlntersteln has re
turned home from an extended visit
with Buffalo ft lends.
Tho first authorized statement that
John Alexander Dowle. founder of Xlnn
City and of the Christian catholto
church in Klon, hau ever given out to tho
general public, Is a distinguishing feat
ure of Lcsllo's Monthly for June. Tills
nuthorltatlvo account of ono who Is cer
tainly a remurkablo man, ut tho head of
a 'remurkablo movement, gives those
facts which aro needed for a culm judg
ment of his career, and bupplies data
which has, until now, been withheld
front tho public.
TO YOUNG WOMEN,
Letter from Miss Georgie Bryan Sec
retary of the Social Economic Wo
man's Club of Memphis, Tenn.
How many beautiful younfr girls develop into worn, llstleas and hopeless
women simply because sufficient attention has not been paid to their physical
development. No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodio
pain, and young girls just budding into 'womanhood should be carefully
guided physically as well as morally. .
If you know of any younpr lady who Is sick and needs motherly
advice ask her to write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Msbr., who will
give her advice free from a source of knowledge which Is un
equalled In the country. Do not hesitate about stating details
which one may not like to talk about, and which are essential
for a full understanding of the case.
, MISS GEORGIE BRYAN, 193 Vance St., Memphis, Tenn.
"I can heartily recommend Lydla E. Plnkham's VegretnblA
Compound to all young girls, for I have used it myself with the best of
" Last spring I was very much run down and was advised to try it,
which I didj and I was most pleased with its results. The monthly
aches and pains so common to women, especially distressing in my case,
were all cured by Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound, and I.
now always keep it on hand to help me over sick days." ,
How Mrs. Pinkham Helped Fannie Kumpe.
" Dear Mrs. Pinkham : I write for advice in regard to my case.
Menstruation has been coming twice in each month and I have such
pains in my back and limbs and womb, and such hot flushes that it
seems as though I would burn up. I have had doctors treat me but
they have done me no good. Can you help me?" Miss Fannie Kumpb,
1922 Chester St., Little Rock, Ark. (Sept. 10, 1900.)
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I feel it is my duty to write and tell you
of the benefit I have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia E.
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound. The pains in my back and womb
have all left me and my menstrual trouble is corrected. I am very
thankful for tho good advice you gave me, and I shall recommend your
medicine to all who suffer from female weakness." Miss Fannijb
Kumpe, 1922 Chester St., Little Rock, Ark. (Dec. 10, 1900.)
O, my sisters, I do pray you to profit by the experiences of these
women; just as surely as they were cured of troubles, just so
surely will Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound cure every
woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles, inflammation
of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous excitability, nervous pros
tration, and all forms of woman's special ills.
REWARD.- We hare deposited with tho National City Danlcof Lynn, 55000,
which will be paid to any person who can And that tho above testimonial letter
la not genuine, or was published beforo obtaining the writer's special per
mission. Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
MBS. SABTNA HYLAND died last
evening at 6 o'clock at her home on
Dunmore street, Olyphant, after Jin Ill
ness of six months, from a complica
tion of diseases. Mrs. Hyland was
born in Ireland, fifty-six years ngo, but
came to America, when an Infant, with
her parents. Her early life was spent
In Carbondale. About thirty-five years
ago she came to Olyphant, where she
hud since resided. Deceased was a de
vout member of St, Patrick's church,
and wus beloved for her many admir
able traits of character. Besides her
aged mother, Mrs. Catherine Morris,
she Is survived by two sisters. Sister
Flaviu, of Willlamsport, and Mrs,
Ellen Colomun, of Olyphant; one
brother, Bernard Morris, and nine chil
dren. Tho funeral arrangements have
not yet been made.
MBS. DELILAH ROBINSON died at
her home on Main street, Factoryville,
Thursday morning. The funeral will bo
conducted from the First Baptist
church Snturday at 2.30 o'clock. Inter
ment will be in Evergreen cemetery,
and tho Ladles' Circle of tho Grand
Army of the Republic will have charge
of the services.
MISS SARAH W. MARCV, aged ir,
years, died yesterday at the home of
Walter Woodward, In Llttlo England,
nfter a short Illness. Tho funeral will
be held from her late home on Monday
afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment will
be made lit Mnrcy cemetery.
Tho funeinl of the late Mrs, Margaret,
J, Davis will take placo this afternoon
from tho house on South Main avenue.
Services will be hold In the First Hapllit
church nnd Interment will bo mado In the
Washburn street cemetery,
Tho funeral of tho Into John J. Caw
ley will tnUv placo this morning. Ser
vices will bo held In St. Patrick's Catho
lic chinch. Interment will bo mado hi
tho Cathedral cemetery.
Tpo funeral of tho lato Charles E.
Horn will take place at 2.30 this nftor
poon from tho homo of his father at Mon
roe avenuo and Mulberry stieet.
THINGS WORTH NOTING.
Congress should bcsllr Itself, Theto are
300,000 children In tho Indian tonltory
who are growing up without tho advan
tages o public schools. This will never
do In n country which bousts of wiut It
Is doing In tho way of cducutlng its chil
dren. Thoso who aio advocating a "scuttlo"
policy for tho Philippines nftor so much
money and American blood, 1ms been
spent there aio Ilka tho liishnian, who.
entering n rallioud car, comlduntlnll.v re
marked to a fellow-passenger: "Ol'vo
bought a rctur-i'4 ticket, but Ol don't
inano to como buck."
Tho Independence of Cuba under Re
publican sponsorship front this country
t(J nun nt Vm ttr9 nlnvlnu nf ilirt tlmnU
and the withdillwal of our tioojls from
ma I'luuppmes, uuvocuieu uy inu ucniu
cruts, with the coiisccjucut turning of
You must see
Carnival . . .
If you don't your
friends will consider
you ''a dead one."
You will witness
more wonderful things
.than you ever saw be
fore, Week commencing
tho Islands over to rapine and pillage,
would bo tho crowning infamy of tho
As iv matter of tact, tho trust idea
originated In tho United Kingdom. Ten
years ago Mr. Jllaluo said truthfully
that Great lUilalu vas "plastered ull
over with trusts.1' If there aro now a
few larger trusts here. It Is becausa
Amcilcu Is tho larger countiy. Hut it
would not bo dlfllciilt to demonstrate that
thero aio moro trusts and that their
exactions aiu nioie constant Hiid haras
sing In Client lirltuln than in the Uni
ted States. Boston Journal.
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