The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 23, 1902, Page 6, Image 6

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VEST scranton
Rev. J. F. Murphy's First Mass at St. Pat
rick's Church Children's Day Exer
cises in the Churches.
tlcv. Joseph V. Murpliy. f this city,
who wnH orclnlurd to the Roman Catho
lic priesthood, lit the cathedral of Bal
timore, by Cardinal Gibbons, on Sattir
dny, celebrated bin Hist mass yester
day morning at 10.30 o'clock nt St. Pat
rick's church, where us u boy and ft
young mini he worshipped In that faith,
In which he In now sanctified to per
peluiite Its doctrines and teachings.
The great uudltorlum of the church
was thronged with relatives and friends
ot the young priest. The rending of a
first mass Is en-serly looked forward to
by all. By 'the priest himself, because
It means the culmination of his hopes
and labors as a student, and the rela
tives, because of the honor nttached to
having one near to them an nctlve,
zealous worker In the cause of Christ.
The raiding ot a Jlrsl muss is a try
ing ordeal to a young, priest. Father
Murphy's first mass was a solemn high
mass. The priests who assisted were
Hew V. K. La voile, usslstunt priest;
Huv. Justin McCarthy, ot St. Joseph's
seminary, Baltimore, deacon, nnd Bow
John Dunn,, sub-deacon. Ilev. Father
McCarthy preached the sermon.
Father McCarthy Is a man of bril
liant intellect and a powerful speaker.
His missionary work among the col
ored people ot the South has brought
him prominence and honor. His ser
mon yesterday was significant of the
occasion. Ho told of bow nnd why
priests were ordained to perpetuate
the work of Christ on earth, to save
men's souls. It there were no priests
or no sacraments, he said, that in a
very short time there would be 110 re
ligion. Ho asked the congregation to
pray for their priests, who, he said, are
only human and who are open to just
the same temptations as the layman,
only in 11 greatly Intensified form.
He referred to that other missionary
that St. Patrick's congregation has fur
nished to the society ot St. Joseph
Uev. Daniel McCaffery. Father Mc
Caffery, he said, had received the mis
sionaries' reward, 11 seat in heaven, and
Father Murphy has come to take his
place on earth.
After the mass. Father Murphy gave
his blessing to the congregation. His
gray-haired, aged mother was the first
lo receive the blessing of her son. At
the conclusion of the words of bless
ing. Father Murphy bowed down and
lovingly kissed his mother, while she
u ept tears ot joy.
Father Murphy is the son of Mrs.
Alice Murphy, of S..l Jackson street.
Before entering college to study for the
priesthood, ho was engaged as a
TUe Bert Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
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g please take notice that on and after ?
i July 7th next, the Globe Warehouse $i
will close at 5 p. m. daily, (Saturdays f!
j excepted.) The change in the closing s
jS hour will continue in force' till Sept 1st.
' This change will enable our help
g to leave on the' afternoon trains for Si
' nearby summer resorts, where they gi
3 may spend the evening and return to
the city in time for business in the gi
if morning. 5:
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jg; Prom far-off Japan. Beautiful goods in all the ;
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!? Mercerized Silk Ginghams j
? .Not real silk, but they look like silk and do not change !
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Avalon Stripe Batistes
Something entirely new in all the popular colors, such as 5
Jg Blue, Pink, Green, Lavendeor, Etc. They came late, Ip gfc
ia so the price is , 1 JL 5I
: New Style Dotted Swisses si
In unique and effective color schemes that aro sure to please. i
j5 Another tardy shipment th at ought to havo been 1 "" I ?
here in May I C p.
a Children's Parasols Cheap fj
i"S They're a bargain, sure enough. Pinks, blues, reds, A
i dots, etc., in pretty ways for the little folks' wear. t q JT
jg Bargain pries, 30o and oC t?
i Specials Values in Hammocks fj
Jt Wo'vo sold a lot of Hammocks this year. Their prettincss, 51
I jt generous size, perfect comfort and good qualities ex- i
vS plain why. The latest addition is an extra special num- o -. A
3 bei" nt OpC gj
jf Swell Hosiery for Gentlemen f
o ' Pine Lisle Thread Lace Half Hose, exaulsite effects and ner- ?
."5 fectly finished, in all the fashionable shades and high colojo, so 8i
-5 ,jnuch in vogue with low slip es. The. best value ever Cy. ''
i& offered at the price.., ,..,,.. .,, , ... ZdC J5;
a Comfortable Porch Cushions
U These make out door home life ideal, We are showiug a &
i very large assortment of beautiful btyleB, especially designed for ST
;g comfort and service. Prices from $10,00 to 65c, 55c -j fe
I Globe Wapehotis?.!
printer on several of the local news
papers. He was very well known
throughout the city, and all admired
him for his piety nnd manly qualities.
Father Murphy was educated In Epi
phany college, Baltimore, and received
his scmlnnry training In St. Joseph'n
seminary. In the same city. Saturday
he, with a number of other students,
Including Father Dorsey, the second
colored man ever elevated to the priest
hood In the United Stntcs were or
dnlncd In Baltimore by the cardinal.
Father Murphy will remain In this
city for 11 few days and will then go as
an assistant at St. Joseph's Industrial
school, at Clayton, Delaware. His field
of Inbor will be among the colored
Children's Say Exercises.
Three more of the "West Scranton
churches observed Children's day yes
terday, and the programmes given
were In keeping with the spirit of the
occasion. The usual floral decorations
were In evidence, and each service at
tracted the parents in largo numbers.
The exercises were held In the morning
at the Bclluvno Welsh Calvlnlstlc
Methodist church, and In the evening
nt the Tnbernnclc Congregational
church, on South Hyde Park avenue,
and the Sumner Avenue Presbyterian
The cantata, "The Garden of Eden."
was sung at the Bcllcvuo church, and
the numerous choruses, solos, etc., were
heartily sung by the little ones In a
pleasing manner. The various recita
tions were also given with much feel
ing and spirit. Short addresses were
made by the superintendent of the
Sunday school and the pastor. Bow
William Davles. The primary pupils
also took n leading part In the exer
cises. A number of pleasing features were
introduced In the programme at the
Sumner nvenue church, notably the
transformation exercise, by twelve little
girls. B. Davles was in charge, as
sisted by the organist, Miss Laura Hal
lett. The solos and recitations were ac
ceptably rendered by Marian Anderson,
Annie Davles, Katie McDonald, Mar
garet Mayo, Margaret Jones, Willie
Anderson, Annie Price, Ella Hufford,
Lottie Kmil, Jennie Gilbert, Bessie Da
vies, John Armstrong, Agnes Anderson,
and others. Bezaleel Brown, superin
tendent of the school, made an address
to the children.
The children of the Tabernacle
church, under the direction of Hugh
Jones, sang the cantata, "Life's Sunny
Days," which was one of the best per
formances they have ever given. The
various choruses and Individual num
bers were exceedingly pretty, nnd were
rendered faultlessly. The address of
welcome was made by Miss Margaret
Ueese, and the primary scholars took
an active part in the exercises. The
recitations were given by Edith Chap
pel, Mac Jones, Gladys Walters, An-
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nlc Lusher, Annie Williams, Vy'llllc
Williams, Evan Evans, Bonnie Evans,
nichnrd Walter, Lizzie Hcosp, Milton
Grimtlis, Owen Williams and Willie
Saylrs, and the solos were sunp by
members of the Infant class, Mac neesc,
the Cullen sisters, Willie E. neesc and
Ethel Jones. Mrs. Howell O. Kecse and
Mrs. Fannie Evans also .sanK1 a pleas
ing duct.
Among the Churches.
At the .Tncksou street Baptist church
last evening, the pastor, Uev. Thomas
doGruehy, D. D., delivered a short ad
dress on the subject, "The True Ele
ments of Success," and at the close an
Illustrated praise service was held. In
which the choir and orchestra, partici
pated. The hymns were thrown on the
canvas by the aid of a sterropticon.
The morning topic of Rev. II. C. Mc
Dermott's discourse at the Simpson
Methodist Episcopal church yesterday
was "The New Creature In Christ." In
the evening a Chautauqua vesper ser
vice was hold. It proved to be a pleas
ing Innovation.
The congregation of the Chestnut
street German Presbyterian church
wore treated to un English discourse
last evening by the pastor, Rev. Jacob
Schoettle, on the subject, "What
Should Bo Man's Greatest Concern In
Life?' The effort was an able one,
and was appreciated by a large assem
blage. The usual services wpre held at the
First Baptist church yesterday under
the direction of the pastor, Rev. S. 1
Rev. John P. Moffat took up the sub
ject of "Marriage vs. Divorce the
Cause and Cure for the Latter," at the
Washburn street Presbyterian church
last evening.
Rev. W. G. Jenkins, of Pontyprydd,
South Wales, preached at the Plym
outh Congregational church yesterday
morning and evening to large congre
gations. Both sermons were able ef
forts. The members of the Salvation Army
conducted an open air meeting at Nay
Aug Park yesterday afternoon, and at
tracted a large following. The new
officers of the corps were In charge.
At St. Mark's Lutheran church yes
terday, the pastor, Rev. A. L. Ramer,
discoursed on the subjects of "Precepts
for Christian Conduct," and "Children
of the Heavenly Father." His sermons
are always interesting and Instructive.
Three Punerals.
Services over the remains of the late
John J. Cawley were conducted at St.
Patrick's Catholic church Saturday
morning, and were attended by many
life-long friends of deceased. A re
quiem mass was .celebrated by Rev. J.
J. Dunn, who also preached the ser
mon. A large delegation from the Ca
pouse colliery, of which Mr. Cawley was
outside foreman for many years, were
In attendance. The floral offerings
were numerous. The pall-bearers were
John Cummlngs, John Campbell, John
Brennan, Anthony Conwell, Jumes
Kearney and John McDermott. The
flower-bearers were Dennis O'Hara,
Thunms Hefferman, Peter Cosgrove and
P. J. McGuri. Interment was made in
the Cathedral cemetery.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Margaret
Davis occurred on Saturday afternoon
from the deceased's late home on South
Main avenue. Services were conducted
at the First Buptlst church by the pas
tor. Rev. D. D, Hopkins, where a large
circle of friends gathered to pay their
respects. The interment was made in
the Wus-hburn street cemetery.
The Union lodge of Masons were In
charge of the funeral of the late Wll
lard Lamilng yesterday afternoon, and
Rev. John P. Mou'at, D. D conducted
the service ut tlio house, corner of
North Hyde Park avenue and Sehlagcr
boulevard. Delegations wrro ulso pres
ent from Lackawanna council, Royal
Arcanum, the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers, the Knights of Malta,
and the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Mutual Aid, Funeral Director
Price attended the details. The Inter
ment" was made In the Forest Hill ceme
tery. The pall-bearers and (lower-bearers
were Frank. Hagen, Orllllth T. Davis,
John R. Troch, Van Oram, Sidney
Mcars, 8. II, Deacon, Judson Long,
John Garrlgan and II. F, Wllliums.
Wedding Announcements.
A number of weddings aro scheduled
for the coming week, In which a num
ber of prominent young people will par
ticipate, They are as follows;
June 25 Dr. D, J, Jenkins, of Jack
son street, and Miss Annie Probert, ot
Olyplmntj Evan A. Davles, of Taylor,
and Miss Eva C, Davles, of Eytion
street; Prof. Sidney L. Oliver, of St.
Louis, Mo., and Miss Ethel Louisa Mc-
Dermott, of North Hyde Park avenue;
nay a. Huriman, of itiiuca, N, y und
Miss Vlda Sterling, of South Main ave
line; Prof. D. JJ. Lpwfs, of Kingston,
and Miss Sarah E. Brace, of North
Hyde Park avenue.
Juno 26-Judson Hutchinson, of
Washington. D. C, and. Mies draco R.
Peck, of Price street; George De Wilde,
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Because our New Rebate rinn saves
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Because many people lot us pay oft
the loans of other companies so as to
save the difference in rates.
Because our system Is so simple that
n child can understand It.
of West Scranton. and Miss Maria
Hutchinson, of Philadelphia.
Rev. W. Morris, Treorkey.
The many Scranton friends of Rev.
W. Morris, Treorkey, Wales, will be
pleased to learn that he will preach
In the First Welsh Baptist church,
South Main avenue, next Sunday,
Welsh in the morning, and English in
the evening. He Is one of the foremost
clergymen In Wales, and has an inter
national reputation.
A few days ago, In company with
Rev. D. ll. Hopkins and Rev. W. F.
Davis, Rev. Morris attended the com
mencement exerclsps at Bucknell col
lege, where he delivered an address.
Since his departure from Lewlsburg
he has been honored with the degree of
doctor of divinity, and his friends here
will also be pleased to learn this bit of
Arrested a Mule.
At an early hour yesterday morning
Patrolmen Collins and McDonald were
pursuing the even tenor of their way
in the Keyser Valley district when sud
denly they encountered a stray mule,
which had evidently gone on strike
from one of the nearby fields, whore a
number of the animals aro In pasture.
Members of the Sons of Cambria are
requested to mont at Co-operative hall
this evening at 7..".0 o'clock, where busi
ness of Importance will bo transacted.
All who have barlgps aro requested to
bring same with them.
A Bpeclul nippting of Local union. No.
1SSI. United Mlno Workers of America,
will be held at D. D. Evans' hall, South
Main avenue, at S.30 o'clock this after
noon. Michael Kcllly, r, mil Jackson street.
who was accidentally shot on May 30, had
the bullet removed from his leg recently
by Dr. D. W. Evans. He is recovering
slowly from the effects of the wound.
Samuel Jones, of Lafayetto street, was
thrown from a carriage recently and sus
tained Injuries to his leg, wrist and back,
which will contlno him to the house for
several days.
A little girl named Allco Gallagher, re
siding at the corner of Division and Thir
teenth streets, fell from a cherry treo
recently and landed on a picket fence.
She sustained a severe Injury to her
The. members of the Colonial Social
club will pay a fraternal visit to friends
at Dalton this evening. They will leave
their rooms In Washington hall building
at 6.30 o'clock.
The regular election of officers will be
held at the meeting of Camp 333, Patriotic
Order Sons of America, tomorrow even
ing. An entertainment and social will be
held afterwards.
The members of Lackawanna council,
No. 1133, Koyal Arcanum, will participate
In the Held day sports and picnic at Nay
Aug park this afternoon.
The social committee of the Electric
City Wheelmen are preparing for a social
session and smoker at the club house
next Thursday evening. A good time Is
The annual excursion of Washington
camp, No. 170, Patriotic Order Sons of
America, will be run to Mountain Patk
next Saturday.
The Joint excursion of the Presbyterian
ohurehes will bo run to Lake Ariel next
The new order ot Daughters of America,
an auxiliary to the Junior Order of
American Mechanics, will be Instituted at
Washington hall this evening. All who
signed the application for a charter are
reauested to be present. The councils
from Dtmmorc and Petersburg will bo
present to do the floor work.
John V. ITopp, who has boon floor
walker for Clarke Bros, for a number of
years, has resigned and nccepted a posi
tion as superintendent of Dr. MaeKen
zie's saultailum ut Pittsburg. Tho fam
ily have already taken up their residence
In the Smoky City. Before leaving, Mr,
llopp was presented with a smoking
Jacket and traveling case by the em
ployes of Clarke Bros.
Stewart Shlvcly nnd family, formerly
of Stroudsburg, havo taken up their resl
denoo on North Hyde Park avenue.
New arc lights havo been placed at the
corner of Lincoln avenue and Pettobono
street, nnd In Evans' court, between
Swctliind and Lafayetto streets.
Mlhs Bcfcslo Daniels, of South Muln uvo
nuc. has relumed homo from tho Jlnns
field State Normal school,
Mlhscs Jeunlo mid Kvu Is'llcs, of Oxford
otreoi, nro hpcihIIdb tliHr vacation at
Washington, P.i.
Clarence and Ralph Kresky. of North
Sumner avenue, have eono to Timkhnn
nock, whore they will upend tho sum
mer months.
Mrs. Thomns Asbury, of Portland, Me,,
Ih vlaltliiK her relatives and friends In
West Scranton.
Miss Mao Nlles, of Oxford street, la
tho guest of relatives at LrMIkIi,
Mrs. John Renchler and daimhter. Alma,
of North Sumner avenue, attended tho
funeral of a relatlvo at I'actoryvlle on
Saturduy, ,
Mr, nnd Mrs. S. W. Dickinson, of Tunk
hanuork, havo returned home from a
Vlbit with relatives on North Sumner avo
nuc. Miss Ulso Evany, of l.urnyctte street,
Is spending a few days with friends at
Mrs. John SUlsliy, of Brooklyn. N. Y
Is tho guest of MW and Mrs. William
WS 0'i"h "J,,'l.,,,iV5
Jcnkln Jenkins, of North Hydo Park
avenue, Is spending a few days In Uuf-
Black Velvet
Satin Back
I T WAS a piece of good for
1 tune that our buyer met
with the other day, when in
the city, in securing this splen
did lot of '
Satin Back
Black Velvet Ribbons
At a price that will enable
us to sell them to you at one
third less than you have
usually paid.
Monday Morning
You will find the following
widths at our Ribbon Depart
ment, marked at one third less
than regular prices:
Piece Yard
Width Price Price
No. 1 45c 5c
No. 1 yt 55c 6c
No. 2 65c 7c
No. 3 80c 9c
No. 4 90c 10c
No. 5 $1.00 11c
No. 7 1.35 15c
No. 9 1.75 19c
No. 12 2.25 35c
No. 16 3.00 35c
No. 22 3.50 39c
No. 40 3.90 42c
Extra good quality and
much wanted trimmings
"Buy today."
Felice. Barlacci and Mrs. Bridget
Conners Pined $57.50 Each for
Selling Liquor Without a License.
Boy Placed Under Arrest for
Theft Entertainment to Be Giv
en by Pupils of St. Mary's School.
Star Social Club Arranging for a
Clam Bake at Lily Lake.
Felice Bartoccl, president of the Ital
ian club In the vicinity of Connell Park,
was cuught in the police drag net Sat
urday, and the same night, after a
hearing, he was fined $50 and $7.50 costs
by Police Magistrate Storr, for selling
liquor without a license.
He was arrested by Patrolman Kelb
and Sartor at his homo, 441 Genet
street, and for a time It looked as
though their would be trouble, as a
number of Bartoccl's countrymen ad
vised him to resist. The advice of cool
er heads prevailed, however, and he
accompanied the officers to the station
Mrs. Bridget Conners was also cor
ralled on the same charge, and at Sat
urday's hearing paid the usual fine and
costs, $57.50. She lives at 407 Irving
avenue, and the evidence against her
was furnished by special detectives.
Pleasant Surprise Party.
A very pleasant surprise party was
held at the home of William Kleln
schrodt of Birch street Wednesday eve
ning. A very enjoyable time was held
by all. Refreshments were served at
midnight when the party departed for
their homes.
The following were present: Miss Es
tella Rosar, Lottie Hartman, Lucy Hu
bert, Louise Klelnsehrodt, Annie
FIckus, Mamie Hefty, Emma Schonck,
Carrlo Doehler, Kinlla Unrtman, Mam
ie Lengler, Lizzie Gunster, Hannnh
Buntz, Annie Klelnsehrodt, Charles
Grelner, Kd. Moll, Fred Gelshart, Ed.
Kloss, George Welnschenk, Joseph
Werlo, John Hlldebrnnd, George Kleln
sehrodt nnd John Hosle. A recitation
of Hohonllnder was given by Mr. Hosle.
Arranging for a Clam Bake.
Early yesterday morning a committee
of the Stur Social club had ni outing to
Lilly Lake, where tliey arrived In time
for breakfast. The trip was made for
thu purpose of arranging the details
of tho club's annua' outing. They will
hold a picnic and mbako at the lake
side on July 20, am. Invitations will bo
extended to members nnd their ladles
only, Tho commltteo after completing
their duties spent several pleasant
hours uud reached home :u time for
The party was comprised as follows:
Jacob Kaestner, Jacob Mill::, Will
Rosar, Peter Phillips, Charles Nye, and
George Hurtman,
Police Court News.
Charles Schweibeiiz, a tricky nine
year old boy, of 923 Plttston avenue,
was caught stealing ten cents from the
store of Charles Phillips on Cedar ave
nue, Saturday, and a wJrrant for lar
ceny wbb placed In the hands of Patrol
man Pently, Ho gave the officer con
siderable trouble and tried hard to es
cape, In fact he broke away onee, and
was only captured after a long chuse.
Ho also lied about his name and rest
deuce and his conduct helped to make
Patrolman Heutly, for tho time being,
one of the maddest men in Scranton,
C I Shopping News I
Silks Silis
At Prices
Ridiculously Low.
Closing Out Figures, that are hard
to match for the quality they reprer
50c Yamal or Taffeta Silk for 37c
75c Cashmere Taffeta Silk for, 67c
$1.00 Pbplln Silk a bargain, at 65c
$1,00 Peau de Lavant, all shades, warranted washable, comes
24 Inches wide, for 89c
85c Pure Linen Pongee, In linen effects, marked down to ... . 69c
$1.00 Quality Pongee, very pretty designs. Special at 79c
75c Moussellne De Soie, comes in evening shades, lace
striped effects, all desirable colors, at '. 59c
Our Last Call on Poulard Silks
A General Clearing Out Sale
50c Jacquard Foulard Silks at : 30c
$1,00 Satin Finish Foulards at '.....59c
$1.25 Exclusive designs and very best quality at 85c
59c All-Woo! Challies at 39c,
30 inches wide, guaranteed washable colors. This fabric Is in
great demand, very durable, stylish, and will be found just the thing
for Summer Dressing Sacques, Waists or Suits; Persian effects,
black and white figures, and all colors in Polka-Dots. Undoubtedly,
the best bargain of the season. Monday's price is the climax in reduction.
Wednesday, June 25th.
aano5aLraendEi;&5pwmDeDOt Bauer's Full Orchestra
Tickets Adults, $1.00: Children, 50 Cents.
When the boy's parents were finally lo
cated and notified, the mother appeared
and begged so hard for his release that
the charge was withdrawn, and the
diminutive prisoner remanded to the
care of the mother.
Peter Dlnkel and George Snyder were
arrested Saturday for stealing a wagon
load of Iron belonging to the builders
of the new trolley road. The warrant
was Issued by Alderman W. S. Millar,
for larceny, at the Instance of Watch
man Foley, who saw them take the
goods. When arrested the young men
went before Alderman Storr and fur
nished bail to appear for a hearing be
fore Alderman Millar this morning.
Pupils' Entertainment.
Following Is the programme of an en
tertainment to be given by the children
of St, Mary's English and German
school, at St. Mary's hall, Hickory
street, on Wednesday and Thursday
evenings, June 25 and 26:
Chorus "Greeting Song" MeGranhan
"Ich hatto elnen Kamr.idcn"..Prcndlvllla
Song "Two Similar Twins" Brls'tow
Junior Girls.
(Accompanied by Miss R. Uitz.)
"Souvenir Schottische" Granbau
Zithers, Misses N. and K. Storr.
"Topsy Turvey" Song and Drill.. Wagner
Junior Hoys.
(Accompanied by Miss M. Noll.)
"Old Folks at Homo" Weltfar.d
Mandolins, Misses K. Waller, K.
Winter; G. Kust, J. Trapper. Piano,
Mitten M. Rehncr. A. Schlel.
R(ciialiou and Son " I Want to
(Accompanied by Miss A. Schlel.)
Junior GlrN.
Duet-"Qul Vivo" Gunz
Misses A. Ilclntz, M. Krucmcr.
"Was elncm Schustcrjungen puHslien
kann" Drama In Drlcl Acton
I Knalionklasse.
Tilo "Exhibition Bolero".,,. Streabbog
Misses M. Kulni, M. Noll. R. Ltuz.
Act II.
Trio "Tho Chirping Sparrow" Behr
Misses S. Kolb, M. Kornaehcr,
l. Wetzel.
Act III.
Song "Birdie and Violet" Gclbel
Misses A. Holntz, M. Kraemer.
Tilo "Valsc Joveuso" Dressier
Miss M. Kclfer, 15. Kornacher,
(;, Schneider,
"Tho Roundabout Flyer; or, u Comi
cal Railroad Adventure,"
Junior Girls.
(Accompanied by Misses M. Krae
mer, A. Ilclntz.)
Trio "Charming May Hells", ,.,,,Slowcrt
Misses A. Wagner. A. Merkel, M,
"AdvorllsliiB for n Servant"
Junior Girls.
Duct "Thamway Gallop" Gobbaerts
Masters O, Hpp, G, Lutz.
"The Now Boy,"
Senior Boys.
Duet "Uhia Hells" ,,,, Drumheller
Misses G. Klrst, T. Helfrlch.
"Tho Pink Rose Drill."
Senior Girls.
(Accumpanled by Miss SI. Kraemer,)
Nubs of News.
Camp 4'iO, Patriotic Order Sons of Amer
ica, will meet In weekly session at Hart
man's hall on Plttston ayenuo tonight.
The "Kommcrs," or complimentary so.
clal and reception which will be tcndeied
tho IJcderkranz and Junger Mannuerchor
societies by tho Sacn&crrunde, takes
Cleanest bedding for
your horse. &eeps stable
free from foul odors.
Mill & Grain Co.,
Old Phone Green Bidge, 31-2.
New Phone 1133.
Gas Mantles,
Portable Lamps.
Kern Incandescent
Gas Lamp.
Gunster JiForsyth
253-327 Pcnn Avenue.
place at Athletic hall tomorrow. A royal
leccptlon awaits tho guests.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Halsam la
guaranteed to cmo all coughs. "No alio,
no pay," For s.ilo by all dealers.
Daniel Mahcr, of Cedar uvenue, Is suf
fering with a, badly lacerated arm, sus
tained nt tho Axlo woiks Friday. Rr,
Walsh was called to drrox the wounds,
which required a number of stitches.
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