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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, JULY 28, 1902.
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WEST jCRANT0N
Funeral of Late Charles W. Carpenter.
Sermon Notes of West Side Preachers.
Personal Paragraphs arid Notes.
The funeral of the Into Clmrlcs XV
Carpenter took ulaee yesterday after
noon from the family residence. Rev.
S. F. Mathews had charge of the ser
vices. There was not a dry eye In the homo
when tho quartette from the First Bap
tist church, yith low, sweet volres
sang tho two favorltn hymns of the de
ceased, "Bomo Day We'll Understand,"
nnd "Saved by Grace." At the close
of the services, the Inst end farewell of
the face nnd form so dear were taken.
A broken wheel, from tho Electric
City Wheelmen: a pillow, with the
word "Brother" on It, from tho family;
a set piece of roses, covering tho en
tire top of the casket, from his young
lady and gentlemen friends, and num
erous casket bouquets, were some of
the floral tributes.
The funeral cortege moved to the
Washburn street cemetery, where, with
the solemn words, "Oh grave, where Is
thy victory? Oh death, where Is thy
sting?" the flower-laden casket slowly
sank from view. The funeral was one
of the largest that has entered the
cemetery, and at the home the house
and spacious lawn were crowded with
friends.
The flower-bearers were John Davis,
John Lewis, Edward E. Lord and Will
iam Butt; tho pall-bcarcrs were Itoese
Jenkins, Rhys Powell, Edward Beavers,
Herman Fruchan, Fred G. Peters and
Eugene Powell. The quartette was
composed of Mrs. Thomas James, Miss
Ruth E. Beddoe, E. E. Lord, sr.,
Charles Penney, and Mrs. B. G. Beddoe,
accompanist.
The Electric City Wheelmen and
class 22, of the First Baptist church,
attended in u body.
Among the Churches.
Rev. Hugh C. McDermott, pastor
of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church, preached two powerful sermons
yesterday from the texts, "The Won
derful Name," and "The Secret of
Power."
Rev. J. L. Evans, pastor of the Con
gregational church at Canaan, Conn.,
occupied the pulpit of the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church yesterday
evening, and delivered a sermon of pro
found thought on the theme, "Fretting
and Grumbling."
Rev. James Benninger, pastor of the
Embury Methodist Episcopal church,
had charge of both services at the Ply
mouth Congregational church yester
day. His sermons were bright and in
teresting. Rev. Edward Howells occuDied the
The Best Family Cough Itcmcdy.
Dufour's French Tar,
For Bale by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
1 The Work of Cleaning Up Summer Si
I Stock Goes On Merrily. I
I New Attractions This Week 1
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1 Children's Sun
Lots of styles to choose from
S is but a sample value: Sun Hats made from fine lawns, mulls,
etc., in pink, blue, red and white. Trimmed with pretty Si
jS 'Vol." lace; cool and comfortable in the warmest weather. 1 C- i'
5 To clean '' Sr
Noteworthy Sale of
I High Class Wash Fabrics I
5 These represent the best there is in Fashion's :
! realm. Ladies who are in touch with what ia upw. St
jJ est and bsst to wear will recognize the truth of this p
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Our First Offering;
The lovely new Cotton Crene
J? Pino Silk Ginghams, this season's designs. Handsome
J25 embroidered Batistes, etc. Goods that actually sold at 1 fr
;g from 31c to 58c the yard. Your choice this week 1 VC
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Satin Stl'lnn Batistes. 1v fnv
summer fabrics. Light, brilliant,
2 shades, including linons. Special
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patterns also linen shades.
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the favorite colors including green, pink, blue, ox- C
f blood, linen, etc. The regular price is 81,85. C i ie i
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1 The New "Marietta" Umbrellas
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jC weeks ago, when the supply ran short. While they- last. 1 Cr 5
."5 this week, 70c and .,,,,, OOC j
I Globe Warehotis.I
pulpit of the Jackson Street Baptist
church yesterday, nnd delivered two
very Interesting sermons upon topics of
the day.
Rev. Henry A. Parsons had charge
of the regular church services at tho
Embury Methodist Episcopal church
yesterday, both morning and evening.
Ills sermons, as usual, were much en
joyed. "The Vnluc of Example," nnd "Re
sponsibility for Spiritual Blessings,"
respectively, were tho subjects of
thought by tho pastor, Rev. A. L.
Ramer, Ph.D., at St. Mark's church
yesterday.
At the morning service of tho First
Baptist church the pastor, Rev. S. F.
Mathews, preached from the text, "He
Will Bo Our Guide, Even Unto Death."
This sermon was clear and to the point,
and showed a depth of reasoning that
won great commendation. In the even
ing he delivered a discourse on tho text,
"Ye Are the Temple of the Living
God."
The Christian Endeavor society of tho
Bellevuo Welsh CalvlnlBtic Methodist
church had charge' of the service yes
terday evening. The young people led
the service In a bright, Interesting way,
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Rev. Hugh C. McDermott, of tho Simp
son Methodist Eulscopal church; Rev.
Jamc3 Benninger, of tho Embury Meth
odist Episcopal church, and tho Simp
son Male quartette led by Professor W.
W. Jones, will take prominent parts In
the Methodist camp mooting which will
be held at Carmcl Grove, from July 31
to August 10.
Rev. -Thomas de Gruchy, pastor of tho
Jnckson Street Baptist church, and fam
ily, will leave this week for a month's
visit to Lily lake.
Mrs. Thomas Melvln, of 412 Railroad
avenue, was arrested on a warrant
sworn out before Alderman Noono by
hey husband on tho charge of assault and
battery and disorderly conduct. At tho
hearing Mrs. Molvln was discharged, and
her husband compelled to pay the costs.
On Thursday evening last chicken
thieves broke open the hennery of Thos.
Edwards, of North Bromley avenue, and
stole some very fine stock. The intrud
ers evidenced excellent judgment as only
blooded stock was taken.
Hampton Local No. 1503, United Mine
Workers of America, are requested to
meet, this evening In Flannlgan's hall on
Luzerne street.
Wednesday the members of tho Jack
son Street Sunday school will enjoy their
annual picnic at Nay Aug park. Special
cars will convey the children to and from
the park.
The members of local No. 1778, United
Mine Workers of America, are requested
to meet in Morgan's hall this evening.
Business of importance will bo brought
before the meeting.
It required fifteen cars to convey tho
members and friends of Carao 17S, Pa
triotic Order Sons of America, to Moun
tain park on Saturday.
The Alumni Bowling team has been
organized nnd Is composed of the fol
lowing well known and expert bowlers:
George Harrington, Gordon Williams,
Hats
for both hovs And o-ivia Whie P
weaves, soft, airv nnd henttf,ii
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flm mnofslnnoni -v i-u.
drossv. All the Pood rk
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bargain price this week
all the best coloring mr?
Regular 13 l-2c goods
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William Dlchl, Frank Magovcrn and Ber
nard Coons.
Miss Edith Evans, of North Lincoln
avenue, recently entertained the mem
bers of tho popular Pillow club, (lames
and diversions Incident to such occasions
wero thorrlly Indulged In to a lato hour,
when tho charming hostes. assisted by
Miss Rachel Hughes nnd Elizabeth Ev
ans, served refreshments.
The Misses Mnmlo M. Hnrrlty and Min
nie M. Burnett, of Chestnut street, nro
homo after a most enjoyable visit to At
lantic City.
Frank Flick, of Lnfayclto street, Is
homo from Stroudsburg.
Tho members of tho Thlmblo club en
Joyed their annual clam bake at Hay
Aug park on Saturday.
Alfred Price, of Prices news stand,
leaves today for a pleasure trip to Phil
adelphia nnd Atlantic City.
Rev. Thomas do Gruchy, pastor of tho
Jackson Street Baptist church, preached
at both services at tho Bcrcan Baptist
church nt Cnrbondnle yesterday.
Tho remains of tho lato Alexander Or
got, of 1110 Fellows strct, a Pole, who
was killed In Blnghnmton on Friday,
were received In this city Saturday. Tho
deceased formerly worked In tho mines,
but at the time of tho Btrlke left to se
cure employment elsewhere. Ho met his
death while attempting to board a pass
ing coal tialu, while on tho way to work.
George Florcy. daughter Jessie, and
son Stanley, of Chestnut street, uro
homo from Tunkhannnck.
Mrs. Georgo B. Beach and family, also
sister, Mis. Lewis, of South Main ave
nue, nro visiting in New York city.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Rushing Wok on "Cannon Ball"
Terminal Buildings Firemen
Making Protests.
Itnpld progress is being mado on tho
buildings for the Cannon Bnll railroad
on this sldo of tho Roaring brook, and
the great power house which Is being
erected whore formerly stood tho old roll
ing mill, which has already attained a
hclgh'th of Ave stories, Is still growing.
A walk over the ground is necessary to
become familiar with tho gigantic lm
piovemcnts which nro transforming tho
blast furnnco and rolling mill sites into
a busy center of Industry.
Although the first day In tho week Is
generally a day of rest with tho tollers,
this fact did not seem to Interest tho
stono masons nnd brick layers at tho
new plant yesterday, who were busy
laying material as fast as It could bo
hoisted on tho elevator. A large brick
stack has been completed, nnd the coping
of the new power house is almost fin
ished. Another large building, a car barn Is
well on the way to completion. It Is
located near and alongside tho power
house.
Old Firemen Heard Prom.
Recently at a final meetns of the Cen
tury Volunteer Hoso company, a mo
tion to divide the money in tho treasury
among the members was put and after
being can led, the cash was divided pro
rata and the organlzatloa dissolved.
This" action on tho part of tho members
was right and proper as far as they
wero concerned, but it appears to have
angered some of the older men, especially
some of those who first organized the
company, and ran with the old machine
before It was admitted to tho Scranton
Are department.
One of these charter members on Sat
urday gave voice to his feelings as fol
lows: "Among those still living who
helped organize the Centuries are John
Bour, Adam Neuls nnd John Wagner.
They cared for the infant and tenderly
reared it."
While the organization was In swad
dling clothes the men above mentioned
did all in their power and it finally be
came ono of tho best companies In tho
department. The samo men collected
nearly $200 to put chase furniture when
tho company went Into permanent quar
ters on Pittston avenue, and they also
donated to tho company a handsome set
of hells, while Mr. Nculs gave into tho
hands of tho treasurer S0 which ho le
cclved from tho city as rent during the
time they occupied his premises. But
they wore forgotten when the funds wero
distributed at tho lato meeting, while
young men who joined a month or so
previous to tho company's entering tho
paid firemen's ranks, came In "for their
share, and this is what rankles in tho
breasts of tho charter members.
Laid at Best.
The funeral of tho lato Miss Boland
toolc place on Saturday morning, and
was very largely attended by sorrowing
friends and relatives. The remains wero
moved to St. Joseph's church, Mlnooka,
by Undertaker Nccdham, who had chnrgo
of tho ni rungcmoijTs, from 'the family
residence, ISO.' Pittston avenue.
Services wero conducted by Rev. Fath
er Canavan, and interment was after
wards mado In tho Cathedral cemetery.
Tho pall-beams wero former playmates
of tho deceased young lady, wero as fol
lows: Katie O'Noil, Katie Furcell. Anna
Logan, Fiances Uiglln, Mnmo Walsh am!
Anna Cook. Tho flowers, which wero
numerous and appropriate, wero borno
to tho gravo by tho Misses Mnry Mar
tin, Jennie Mallov, Floreneo Blglln, Klslo
Callcry, Mamie Davis, Madgo Lnughlln
and Lucy Doyle
Officers Elected.
Tho Bndenzor verein, at their regular
I session elected ofliccra for tho ensuing
term as fellows: Treslclent, George Reid
mlllcr: vice president, Bernard Damnlj
Recording secretary, Carl Schwab; finan
cial secietary, John Iluuer: treasurer,
Vincent Winkler: trusteo, Herniun Ha
gen; sentiual, John Albert.
Tho society, which Is of u beneficial na
ture, has a largo niomborshlp on this
sldo und is in n very piosperous condi
tion. NUBS OF NEWS..
Georgo C. Herlist. of Brooklyn, N, V
a bon of tho gentleman who donated tho
Jungor Mnennerthor's bllver trophy lust
year, loft for homo yesteiday after
spending a week In Scranton ns tho
guest of Joseph Holrlegul on "edar ave
nuo. A well attended meeting of tho Joint
excursion coininlttea of tho German
Catholic church societies, who will spend
August U at Mountain park, took place
In St, Mary's hall yesterday.
Miss Mary Coutlry, of CnrbnmUlp, Is
tho guest of Miss Beatrice Thomas, of
Prospect iivcnuo.
Camp 430, Patriotic Order , Sons of
America, will rnout In wcokly session
this ovonlng.
Tho excursion committee nf tho Four
teen Friends will hold another meeting
tonight.
The Joint excursion cnmmltteo of St.
Mary's palish will Uhsemhlo at tho homo
of August rtehnor, on Prospect avenue,
this evening. Every member is mged
to attend.
Dr, Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay," For sale by all dealers,"
The photographic work done at tho
Grlflln Art Shop, 211 Washington ave
nue, opposite the court house, Is en
tirely under the personal supervision of
Mr, C, L. Orlinn, who for ilfteen years
was located on AVyonilng avenue.
AN OLD AITO WEtL-TRIED REMEDT,
MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHINO BYRUB
for children teething, Is tho prescription ol
ono of tho best female phytlclans and
mrses In tho United Stated, and has be"2
used sixty years w th never-falling sucl
S?,byr!nl ''on? of mothers for their chll
?r?hl .D,ui"ln.e ho piocess of teething Vti
jolue Is Incalculable, It relieves the chili
from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping in t
bowels, and wlnd-collo. By giving hcaltli
Jo thu child It rests thn mother. Price.
NORTHSCRANTON
TWO BOYS HOME FROM THE
PHILIPPINES.
Barney Benjamin and John Battle
Back from Threo Years' Actlvo
Service Brought Back a Numbor
of Interesting Bolics Stars Do
featcd by Senators Joint Picnic
of Sunday Schools at Nay Aug
Park Tomorrow Other News Notes
nnd Personal Paragraphs.
Barney Benjamin, of Ferdinand street,
and John Battle, of West Market street,
havo returned homo after serving thrco
years in tho regular army in tho Philip
pines. They havo seen active scrvlco
throughout their enlistment and havo
been participants In several skirmishes.
Both young men speak highly of con
ditions across tho water. The Filipinos,
they state, nr treacherous by nnturc,
but the onward trend of tho American
Invasion is rapidly making them moro
civilized.
Both Benjamin and Battlo were at ono
tlmo actlVe members of the Thirteenth
regiment. During tho early part of this
month, both of their enlistments expired
nnd they wero honorably discharged
from tho service. They brought homo a
number of relics from the different cities
and towns in the Philippines.
Stars Defeated by Senators.
The North End Stars wero defeated
Saturday afternoon, In West Scranton,
In an exciting game with the Senators of
that place.
Tho North Scranton boys put up a stiff
game nt the beginning, but towards tho
end they ran tho bases slowly and
amateurishly. Lou Schultz did great
work for the home team, striking out
eighteen men during the game, but ho
was not given proper support. The final
scoro was S-G.
Thomas Harding, of the opposing team,
did some clever work at short stop, hay
ing n largo number of accepted chance's
to his credit. David J. Thomas, tho ex
college fielder, did the crack playing for
tho Stars, a feature of the game being
his running catch. The local boys are
not sore over their defeat, but their
manager, Billy Davis, will arrange an
other game with the Senators during this
week. Wednesday they will combat with
the strong Taylor Orioles, on Von Storch's
grounds.
Picnic at the Park.
A joint picnic of the Welsh Congrega
tional church, of West Market street: tho
First Welsh Baptist church, of West
Market street, and tho Welsh Methodist
church, of Wayne avenue, will be held
at Nay Aug park on Tuesday.
Tho committees-connected with the dif
ferent churches havo made suitable ar
rangements with the Traction company
to have cars carry the merry picnickers
to and from the park. An excellent pro
gramme of various kinds of games has
been nrranced to make tho day enjoy
able for the children. Cars will leavo
the Square nnd the Marvlne crossing
Tuesday morning, returning from tho
park at an early evening hour.
Will Go to Heart Xake.
The committers on arrangements for
tho annual basket picnic of the North
Main Avenue Baptist church have made
suitable arrangements with the Lacka
wanna railroad to hold their picnic nt
Henrt Lake on Wednesday, August 20.
Several committees havo been ap
pointed to make this day the banner
event of the yrar. The rates for adults
will he 73c and 40c for children outside
of the church. All Sunday school pupils
under IS years of age will be carried
free of charge. This will be the second
excursion that has left hero this season,
and undoubtedly n large number of peo
ple will participate in the day's outing.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan
Watklns, of Spilng street, has been
brightened by the arrival of a baby girl.
William Richards, of Spring street, is
spending a few days with relatives in
Nanticoke.
John Edwards, of Putnam street, is
spending bis vacation In New York city.
Mrs. Thomas Crabb, of Wayne avenue,
Is rapidly recovering from her recent ill
ness. Work on the foundation of Thomas
Atherton's new dwelling, on North Main
aienue, has been completed.
Mrs. J. K. Smith and daughter, Jennie,
of North Main avenue, havo returned
homo after visiting friends at Berwick.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas, of West
Market street, who have been sojourning
at Atlnntio City, have returned home,
Philip O'Malley, of Bloom avenue, who
has been prospecting in tho vicinity of
Denver, Col., has returned homo.
Local 13i7, United Mine Workers of
America, will hold a Hpecial meeting In
St. Mary's hall this nfternoon at 2.30. All
members aro earnestly requested to bo
present, ns business of importance is to
be transacted.
Miss Alico McDonough, of West Market
street, is recovering from her recent ill
ness. Robert KdwanK of Warren street, left
last Thursday for Hartford, Conn.,
where he has becurcd employment.
MiS3 Mao Healy, of West Market street,
Is entertaining hor cousin, Miss Mao Mc
Donnell, of Avoca,
Mr, and Mrs. Albert J. Clark, of
Church avenue, havo been spending their
vacations at Niagara Falls and Buf
falo. William Finn, of North Main avenue,
who recently underwent an operation at
tho Thompson hospital, left Friday for
Crystal lake,
Samuol Davis, keeper at tho Hillside
Home, spent yesterday with his wife, on
Margaret avenue,
Miss Grace Biddleman, of Woodlawn
park, and Miss Hstclle Benjamin, of
Summit avenue, havo returned after
spending n few days nt Lako Ariel,
B. II. Nathamowltcz, of New York
city, Is visiting at tho homo of Mr, nnd
Mrs. B. Atlas, of West Market street.
DUNHORE.
The pulpit nf tho Dudley Street Bap
tist church Is being supplied during tho
t-ummer vacation by tho ttcv, Thomas
Powell, of Colgate university. Ho
preached two very forceful sermons yes
terday, which were thoroughly appre
ciated by all the peoplo of that congrega
tion. Mr, Powell Is a preacher of much
power und will no doubt accomplish much
In tiijp way of reinforcing tho work at
Dudley Stieet church.
Born To "Mr, und Mrs, John Shultcr,
of Blnkely street, a daughter.
Mr, and Mrs. Cornelius Evans, of Plttt
ton, and Mr, C, Kvnns, of Wllkes-Barre,
wero recent guests nt tho home of Prof,
B. N, Davis, of North Blnkely streot.
MU-s Kato Gardner, of Clifford. In tho
guest of Mrs. W. N, Stevens, of South
Blnkely street
Harold Davl, of North Blakely street,
Is spending his vacation at Athena, N,
Y.
O, XV. Potter, of Drinker street, Is ser
iously til and much alarm Is felt over his
condition.
Mr, and Mrs. Michael McGee nnd Miss
Margaret Duggun, of Chestnut street, uro
spending a few -weeks at Mt. Clemens,
Mich.
Born To Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward J,
Woodward, of Qulncy avenue, n son.
Miss Florence Webber, of I2ast Drinker
street, is visiting friends in Anaonla,
Conn.
The many friends of A, J, Jlealy will
be grlovcd to hear thut thcro has been
no decided Improvement in hb condition
durliiu the past week.
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IMPERIAL CiCUR CO.. THE
GREEN RIDGE.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Terwllllger, of Green
Ridge street, are rejoicing over tho ad
vent of a son, born Saturday.
Tho Green ltldgo commandcry. Knights
of Malta, Is In a nourishing condition. It
Is nbout eighteen months slnco this
branch was Instituted and It now num
bers 130 members. Six new members will
bo initiated at their regular meeting next
Wednesday evening.
Tho Misses Helen und Catherine Dun
ning, of Monsoy avenue, uro visiting
friends in Klmhurst,
William Dampman and family, of West
Pittston, spent Sunday at tho homo of
Mr, nnd Mrs. John Stone, of New York
street.
OBITUARY.
MBS. JOHN S. COLEMAN, a highly
esteemed lady, died nt her home, 15
Irving avenue, South Scranton, yester
day morning nt 3 o'clock, utter a three
months' Illness.
Sho was u true, Chrlstlun woman, and
died fortified with the sacraments of
tho church, of which she vAia always a
true und devout member. Always
charitable, sho sought to nllevlato tho
sufferings und sorrows of others. Sho
was in touch with those In trouble,
being of a sympathetic nature, Sho
will be sadly missed by friends and
neighbors, who received the bud news
of her death' us a severe shock.
Besides her husband, sho Is survived
by six sons and one daughter, Edward,
Richard and Thomas, of this city;
James, of Canada; William, nf Buffalo;
M, J,, of Oregon, und Miss Surah Cole
man, of this city,
MRS. ELIZABETH RICHARDS, wlfo
of GrillltU Rlclmids, died yesterday
morning at 3 o'clock at the family resi
dence, 1714 Pittston uvenue, Deceased
was 55 years of age, und besides her
husband, ono son nnd one daughter
survive her, The funeral will tnke place
nt 2.30 j), in. tomorrow, with services In
the Hyde Park church, ami interment
In WuBliburn street cemetery,
WILLIAM FOLEY, tho E-yenr-olcl
son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Foley,
died yesterday morning shortly after
midnight. Tho little sufferer was 111
only u few days, und much sympathy
Is felt for his grief-stricken parents.
Tho funeral will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock from tho par
ental residence, 32 Birch Btrcet. Inter-
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109 Lacks. Ave.
ment will be made In the Cathedral
cemetery.
MRS. JOHN A. GOULD died at her
home, 20S Larch street, at 11.20 o'clock
yesterday forenoon, aged 38 years. She
is survived by her husband and one
child, ti boy 7 years old, Tho funeral
services will be held tit the residence,
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
FUNEBAIS.
Thomas, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Luby, who died at the par
ental homestead, 1014 Stafford avenue,
Saturday, will be luld to rest in St.
Mary's German Cathollo cemetery to
day, Tho funeral of Mrs. William Joyre,
whoso death occurred at Buffalo last
Thursday, will take place this morning
from tho home of her sister, 523 Palm
street. Services will be hold In St.
John's church, and Interment will be
made In tho Cathedral cemetery,
PECKVILLE.
Tho Married Men'B b.iso ball club van
nulbhcd their opponents, tho Young Hick
ories, to tho tune of 19-15. Tlin deciding
game was played Saturday afternoon in
tho presenco of a largo numbor of spec
tators, all of whom tako an actlvo inter
est In tho game, and applauded tho many
excellent plays. Tho contest was cloo
and exciting, up to tno beginning of tho
ninth Inning, after which Pitcher Rolls,
of tho Hickories, lost his nervo nnd al
lowed several hits, which produced a like
number of runs. John Ford pitched u
stiong gumo for tho man led men, and
was well supported by Catcher Charley
Rolls, Shoitslop Wick White and First
Baseman Attorney Qllroy, White's bai
ting was alto a feature, having threo
singles and u homo run to his credit.
Clmtles Coleman oiliclated as umpire,
Mrs. H, L. James returned yesteiday
from Kast Orange, N, J,, where her bus
bund Is now permanently located,
Mls-s Bes Thompson rrturnrd last
evening from u week's sojourn at Lako
Chapman.
School Director J. C. Tuthlll has com
menced the rebuilding of a now dwelling
on his Depot street property.
Cholera Infantum,
This has lonar been regarded as one of
the most dangerous und fatul diseases
to which Infants are subject, it can be
cured, however, when properly treated.
All that Is necessary Is to give Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea
Remedy and custor oil, as directed with
each bottle, and a cure Is certain, For
sale by all druggists.
unhealthy drains, heals
It makes weak women
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Manufacturers of
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Scranton, Pa,
Old 'Phone, a33i.
New 'Phone, 2935.
MOOSIC.
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Taylor, of Main
street, guvo it hlithday party In honor o)
their son Robert's fourteenth anniversary
on Friday evening. A largo number o
young people wero present, Refreshmenti
were served,
Charles Schenk and Argus Hermans, oj
Scranton, spent Friday evening In town,
Mlb. Peter Wilson Is rapidly recover
Ing from her recent Illness.
Misses draco Doud nnd Muttlo Davics,
of West Scranton, visited ut tho homo .oj
Mrs. L. D. Warner tho pan week.
Miss Estella l.evim has leturned to hei
homo, ufter spending two weeks with
Mibs Murjorlc Robertson, ut Luke Carey
Typhoon at Luzon, '
By nicluic Wlro fioin The Awoclatcd Tfcsj.
Manila, July 27, The typhoon which
prevailed over Central Luzon la subsid
ing, Telegiuph and telephone wires ar
prostrated. Floods have prevailed In
Central Luzon und considerable damag
has been done.
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