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in in in in in in in in in THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1902. SCRANTON Programmes of Children's Day Exercises for Tomorrow League Officers. Other Events of Interest. The for the Children's day programme, Simpson Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow morning is as follows: Singing by school and congregation, No. 197.

"Our Way Grows Bright." Baptism of infants-By the pastor. PRIMARY EXERCISES. Mrs. McDermott and Assistants. Recitation Pearl Ridgway Song, "Little Ones Like Me'Primary Department.

First Psalm Flower Song little girls Commandments Class Solo, "Jesus Bids Us Sylvia Jones. Daisy exercise Eight boys Recitation Dorothy Fellows Buttercup little girls INTERMEDIATE EXERCISES. Mrs. W. W.

Davis, Miss Emma Lewis, Miss Lizzie Heermans. Children's Day exercise Twelve boys Murray Acker, Clifford Lull, Matthew Dale, Charles Altemus, George Howard, Harry Howard, William Scott, Charles Utt, Harry Skellinger, Walter Sutton, Lawrence Ketchum, Adelbert Thomas. Opening song--No. 190. In Uplifted Voices, "The Summer Land." PrayerAssistant Superintendent W.

HI. Hagen. Responsive readingSuperintendent George L. Peck, school and congregation. Singing, school and congregation.

No. 193, "Praise the King of Kings." Remarks H. C. McDermott, D.D. Flag drill Miss Bessie Slote Bryant.

Adeline Thro, Elsie Acker, Assisted by Harriet Thomas, A Ruth Myra Smith, Ruth Williams, Ruth Carson, Kate Davis. Exercise--Links of Love's Chain. Ethel Utt, Dora Raymond. Alwilda Fellows, Lula Decker, Alice Fellows, Elizabeth Thomas. Singing, school and congregation.

No. 200, "Oh, Season Swect." Benediction. The officers of the school are: SuperIntendent, George L. Peck: assistants, Messrs. William H.

Hagen, Charles W. Lull and Walter Jones: chorister, L. Kresge; pianist, Miss Gussie Fritz; organist, Miss McDermott. First Baptist Church. "The Children's Jubilee" is title of the exercises to be held at First the Baptist church at 10.30 o'clock tomorrow morning.

Mrs. Randolph Jones is the chorister, and Miss Clara Reed, The programme is as Organ Mrs. B. G. Beddoo Song, "Praise to Thee" Prayer the Pastor The Best Family Cough Remedy, Dufour's French Tar, For Sale by GEO.

W. JENKINS, 101 S. Main ave. Responsive Reading, Superintendent and School Recitation, "My Window Ivy." Recitation, "The Trelised Vine," May Lord Flower Song, "Garlands of School Recitation, "Loving and Living." Tovey Recitation, "The Flower of the Norman Lord Responsive Reading, Superintendent and School Chorus, "Gladly Singing" Song, "May Come Six Little Girls and School Cora Harris, Beatrice Tovey, Ruth Ashleman, Cora Ashleman, Bessie Floyd, Bessie Aswell. Recitation, "Welcome to the Little Lambs," Helen Bartholomew and Lena Meriheu Recitation, "I Have a Priceless Casket," Children Recitation: "Hidden Sweetinary Chorus, "Children's Jubilee" Recitation, "A Swarm of Bees," Six Little Girls Song and Exercises, Primary Department Address the Fastor Chorus, "Children in the Temple'.

School Benediction. Married in Green Ridge. John Richards, of Filmore avenue, and Miss Delia Barrett, were united in marriage Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents in Green Ridge, by Rev. Lyman, of the Court street Methodist Episcopal church. The bridesmaid was Miss Ida James, and the groomsman was David Davis.

They will reside with the bride's brother on Keyser avenue. Epworth League Officers. The Simpson chapter of the Epworth League have elected the following officers for the six months: President, May Jones; vice-president, Anna Hughes: second vice-president, Florence Keith; third vice-president, Grace Snow; fourth vice-president, Bertha Crawford; secretary, Grace Daniels; treasurer, Walter Jones; librarian, Arthur Phillips; chorister, William Sutton; pianist, Ethel MeDermott. he The Wyoming convention will conference be held at Epworth the Simpson church in October. No.

32 School Exercises. The closing exercises at No. 32 school were of an interesting nature and were enjoyed by many parents. The programme rendered was as follows: Summer Recitation Mullen Rulinie Solo Collins Recitation Lizzie Switzer Reading Clint. M.

Corless Organ solo Sanders Recitation Beatrice Parsons Chorus- Shepherd Reading Lord Solo Jones Recitation Elsie Acker in in id in in in in in in in in in in id You Expect Bargains Here Every Saturday And Saturday, June 14th, will prove no exception to the rule. By the way, if you are thinking of leaving for a portunities. summer resort There soon, are take scores of advantage good of bargains Saturday's scattered op; throughout the store and not enumerated here- -just the things you want to wear or put away in your trunks for use during your vacation. Saturday We Will Offer For That Day Only Fine Satin Pillow Tops In all the prevailing colors, with artistic floral creations or the conventional designs that are still popular. in Special Summer Low at neck, sleeveless, Weight silk trimmed Under and light Vests 75c weight, elastic ribbed weave.

Best 25c quality for 15c Men's Seasonable Furnishings Men's extra fine gauze, stainless black Half Hose, seamless leet and guaranteed worth 18c the pair. Saturday, 2 pair 25c Men's fine Balbriggan Combination Suits, the most satisfactory underwear ever devised. Shirt medium or long lengths to fit all circumference measures. $1.75 quality. On Saturday $1.25 in Surprising Waist Specials Ladies' Fancy Lawn Shirt Waists in pink and blue effects; tucked, embroidered, in the latest.

fashion. $1.50 Waists 98c Ladies' Fine Mercerized Shirt Waists that look as well and wash better than pure silk, in all the popular colors. An exceptionallv handsome $1.50 Waist. On Saturday 98c White Lawn Dress Skirts For ladies, with hemstitched, circular flounce and dainty embroideries. A beautiful, high grade Skirt $1.89 Children's Lawn Dresses White, of course, trimmed with embroidery and made with extra full skirts.

A marvellous value at $1.85 On White Wash Goods Stock is well worth a look these days, if only to find out what the latest fashions in weaves and designs are like. No lack of assortment and special values for Saturday buyers. Globe Warehouse. Violin solo Lewis Duet Jones and Rachael Jones Chorus, "When Silvery Moon Is Shining" School Recitation James Vocal duetBessie Evans and Corinne Colling. Recitation Lillian Brown Organ solo William Seko Recitation Pearl Jenkins Solo Sadie Davies Chorus, "The Shades of Evening'.

School Recitation Sarah Davis Chorus, "Gaily, Gally, Home We Go," School. Jackson Street Baptist Notes. The return of our tithes books with the entertainment was a decided success. So far about $225 were received. There are a great many more books out, and the desire of the committee that every book be returned by next Sabbath that the trustees may not be embarrassed in the work they have undertaken.

The Ladies' Aid society is requested to meet next Wednesday in order to close their work for the summer vacation. The members of Miss Norma Nicholls' class held their weight social last Tuesday evening. It was a success and a good time was enjoyed by every one present. good wishes of the church follow David Gibbs and Elizabeth Morgan, who were married last Wednesday by the pastor. The choir will sing next Sunday evening that beautiful.

hymn, "Now. the Day Is illustration the hymn is that beautiful work of art, "The Angelus." Notable Achievement. It is a noticeable fact that two of the leading graduates of the class of '02 of the Scranton High school were former pupils of No. 14 school, namely, Edward E. Lord and Miss Eva Kittle.

Thirty-four of the graduating class of No. 14 school this year had an average of over 93 per cent. Miss Emma France had a general average of 90 per cent for the school year. Children's Day Exercises. Tomorrow will be observed as children's day in the Simpson Methodist Episcopal church, the First Baptist church and the Chestnut street German Presbyterian church.

Eleborate programmes have been arranged, and the parents and friends are cordially to attend the services in the morning. Events of Today and Evening. The officers of the various mine locals West Scranton will meet in Jayne's hall at 10 o'clock this morning. Business of importance will be transacted. The Loyal Crusaders will meet in Red Men's hall this evening, and will be addressed by Prof.

Young, of North Scranton. will Co-operative hall this evenmeapouse, Colliery Accidental fund "Fine A. O. H. choir and ladies' auxiliary members are requested to the meeting in Young Men's Institute hall this evening.

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. The line officers of the First regiment of Lancers, Catholic Total Abstinence union of America, will meet in Young Men's Institute hall tomorrow afternoon. Miss Mae Hughes, of West Scranton, and David J. Williams, of Norther Scranton. are members of this graduating class of the Mansfield State Normal school.

The commencement exercises will be held during the coming week. Mr. Williams will deliver an oration on "The New South." Miss Mabel Dershimer and her pupils picknicked at the Round woods 011 Thursday. Miss Elizabeth Lewis and her pupils spent yesterday at Nay Aug park. Irving Cox, of Washburn street, left this week for New Orleans.

Mrs. Mary Lynch, of Luzerne street, is recovering from injuries received recently while at work in the Keystone laundry. Jacob Pfeiffer and Adolph Bruning have returned homme from a fishing trip along the Susquehanna river. Mr. and Mrs.

George Martin, of Academy street. have as their guest, Mrs. H. Dunlap, of Susquehanna do county. S.

M. Reese, of North Hyde Park avenue, has returned home from a business trip to Wilkes-Barre. Mrs. Phoebe Kintner, of Lake Carey, is visiting her brother, John Florey, of P'airview avenue. Mr.

and Mrs. E. E. Houck's child is i'l at their home on South Main avenue with scarlet fever. Henry Florey, of Lake Carey, who has been visiting relatives here, left recently for Colorado.

Prof. George Howell. of Washburn street, delivered an address at the commencement exercises of the Hawley High school, Wednesday evening. William Flanaghan, of Jackson street, is able to be around again after an ill11085. The Continental Mine Accidental fund met in Co-operative hall last evening.

They are paying benefits to their members according to the by-laws. The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will take charge the service the Bellevue Welsh Calvinistic Methodist church tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. In the evening. the pastor, Rev. William Davies, will preach in the Welsh language.

Mrs. Heenan, of Watson avenue, is recovering from an illness. Fred Beacham, of West Elm street, is spending his time traveling through Europe. Rev. Edward Howell will occupy the pulpit of the Sumner Avenue Presbyterion church tomorrow evening.

The services begin at 6 o'clock. The Knights of Malta will attend services at the Embury Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow evening. The 6-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. James Mathews, of South Rebecca avenue, was reported to the board of health yesterday, by Dr.

D. W. Evans. as suffering from small-pox. The father is a patient at the Emergency hospital, suffering from the disease.

Warren, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Jenkin T. Reese, Washburn street and the second story of a new house in course Hyde Park avenue, de. fell yesterday from of erection near his home, and injured his chest.

Dr. George B. Reynolds is attending him. OBITUARY. DAVID RODERICK, aged 55, passed away yesterday at the family residence, 316 Hamm court, after a serious illness.

The deceased is survived by a wife and two daughters, Mrs. George Franklin, of this city, and Mrs. Gaffney, of Buffalo. The funeral will take place at 3.30 p. m.

tomorrow afternoon and interment will be made in the Washburn street cemetery. MRS. J. HENNEFORTH, of 925 Maple street, died yesterday, aged 37 years. A husband and three small children survive.

The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house, "Atterbury System" Means Smart Clothes Ready -to. Wear. SAMTER BROS. NORTH SCRANTON GRADUATION EXERCISES AT NO. 25 SCHOOL.

They Were Attended by Superintendent George W. Phillips -Every Member of the Class Is Eligible to Enter the High School-An Enjoyable Trolley Party to Carbondale. Marriage of Miss Cecilia Lauer to John Zurflieh, of Butte City, Mont. Pleasant Surprise Party. The graduating class of No.

25 school held their commencement exercises yesterday. Superintendent George W. Phillips was in attendance and addressed the pupils. He urged them to apply themselves just as tenaciously in the acquisition of knowledge during the coming year in the High school as their success warranted him in assuming they must have done during the past. He spoke encouragingly throughout, and closed with the fable of "The Battle of the Bugs." Principal R.

H. Martin and his assistants, Misses A. May Benedict and Florence Walker, had charge of the exercises. While all the numbers of the programme were well rendered and were received with loud applause, special mention should be made of Miss Jennie Hoffman, who was compelled to respond with a second selection on the banjo, and also to Thomas Morris, Lewis McCusker and William Clegs. who rendered solos in a very pleasing manner.

The programme follows: Chorus Organ Solo, "Dance in the Twilight," Genevieve Flynn Reading, History Thomas Jay Song, "'The Door-Boy'8 Last GoodBye" Lewis McCusker Recitation, "'The Smack in School," Mildred Watkins Banjo Solo, Hoffman Declamation. "The Duel' Mick Quartette, "I'll Wander Back Again," Misses Teresa O'Donnell, Gretta Purcell, Minnie McCusker and Anna O'Donnell. Recitation, "The Virginia Belle," Frank Gallagher Duet, "When the Birds Fly North Again'. Wm. Clegg and Lewis McCus Wm.

Clegg and Lewis McCusker Solo, "'The Call of the Little Thomas Morris Recitation, "Old Ironsides." Minine McCusker Vocal Solos(a) "Tying the Leaves." (b) "Mamma's in Principal R. H. Martin Superintendent Geo. W. Phillips Chorus At the close of the programme, ice cream and cake were served to the three grammar grades, Grammar pupils being the guests of the two upper grades.

The following is the average of each pupil of the class, every member of which is eligible to admission to the High school: Mildred Watkins. 97: Margaret, Gibbons. 97; Terwilliger, Homer Baisley, 95; Lottie Mick, 92: Alice Munn, 91: Genevieve Flynn, 90; Evaline Harn89: on Regina Orr, 88: Helen Sadler, 88; mond, 90; Carrie Longmore, 90; Mae Davis, Anna O'Donnell, 88; William Clogg, 88; Frank Bell, 88: Ruth Thompson, 87; Ethel Rodham, 85; Helen King, 85; Mary Homer, 84: Nellie Holleran, S3; Fannie McNamara, 82; Anna Flanaghan, 82; Gertrude Newberry, 81; Charles Henwood, 81 Purcell, 79; Teresa Rooney, 79; Minnie McCusker, 78; Mae Healey, 77: Jennie Trauger, 77; Joanna Twining, 77; Lewis McCusker, 76. Trolley Ride. number of prominent young men and women enjoyed delightful trolley ride to Carbondale and return, Thursday evening.

The merry company left the square at 7 o'clock in one of the Scranton Railway company's large open cars. The car was beautifully decorated with electric lights and national colors. The party arrived at Carbondale at 9 o'clock, and after spending an hour about the city, taking in the sights, they started for home. The committee, consisting of Charles Beers. David Laird, Daniel Hartzell and Charles Thomas, in whose charge the affair was conducted, left nothing undone to make it a success.

Happy Wedding. A pretty wedding was solemnized in St. Paul's Evangelical church, Thursday evening, when Miss Cecilia daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.

C. Lauer, of Short avenue, was united in wedlock to John Zurflieh. of Butte City, The bride was attended by Miss Montico Lauer, while William Lauer acted as best man. Miss Minnie Zurflieh acted as flower girl. The church was beautifully decorated with potted plants and palms.

After the ceremony couple repaired to the home of the bride, where a dainty wedding repast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Zurflieh were recipients of many beautiful and costly presents. The young couple will take up their residence in Butte City, Mont.

Pleasant Surprise. A very pleasant surprise party was tendered Miss Carrie Longmore by a number of her friends, at the home of aunt, Mrs. Benjamin Davis, 2208 Robert avenue, last evening. The evening was enjoyably spent in the usual party diversions until a seasonable hour, when refreshments were served. Present were the Misses Carrie Longmore, Annie Rhule, Hattie Lloyd, May Davis, Margaret Thomas, Gertie Willis, Martha Thomas, Mary Thomas, Viola Williams, Lena Williams, Lulu Davis, and John Quinn, George Mackie, Edward Tallman, Daniel Thomas Howells, Zachariah Williams, Frank Coleman, Perry Thomas, William Evans, Richard Hughes.

TOLD IN A FEW LINES. Rev. W. J. Clark, who has been in India.

for eight years, will address the vesper service in the Young Women's Christian association parlors, 2048 North Main avenue, Sunday afternoon at (3.30 o'clock. Professor Walkenshaw. A. E. Roberta, Miss Marion Hill' and Miss Bella Cousins will be the violinists and Miss Ruth Jackson pianist for the occasion.

Both ladies and gentlemen are invited. Mr. Clark's subject will be "The Brave Blind Beggar," using lustrations. Children's day exercises will be observed in the First Primitive Methodist church tomorow. The programme for the morning will be of a miscellaneous character consisting of recitations, solos, duets, and choruses.

In the evening complete service for "'Children's day' entitled "A Tribute of will be rendered. The choir will be assisted by a full orchestra. This service will be very interesting and all are cordially invited to attend. William Perry, of Hollister avenue, has returned from Pittsburg. John King and Thomas McCrane are spending a few days at Lake Vindine.

Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, of Forest City, spent yesterday with relatives on North Main avenue. Rev. A.

H. Smith, pastor of the North Main Avenue Baptist church, leaves this OUR A WORKING GIRLS. Help and Health for Those Who Now Cry, "Oh! Dear. I am Really Not Well Enough to Work, But I am Obliged To." viously sorely distressed. Read the following letter.

Here is the Story of Thousands of Young Women who are Helped to Health by Mrs. Pinkham. DEAR Mrs. PINKHAM: -I am troubled very much with the whites, and a bearing down of the womb. My back aches so that I am hardly able to work.

Will you kindly inform me what to do as I am suffering most terribly." MISS MAY Middle Village P.O., Long Island, N.Y. (Mar. 17, 1000.) DEAR Mrs. PINKHAM -I write to thank you for the good your remedics have done me. "I wrote to you describing my troubles and followed your directions.

I had doctored a great deal but nothing scemed to help. After using six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound and four packages of Sanative Wash I am again strong and healthy. The Sanative Wash cured me of the (whites). I would recommend your remedics to all suffering women who need them." Miss MAY BUECHNER, Middle Village P.

Long Island, N. Y. When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health more than a million women, you cannot well say without trying it," I do not believe it will help me." If you are ill, do not hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at once, and write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, for special advice.

It is free and helpful. Write to-day, delay may mean death. $5000 be sion. genuine, paid -Lydia to or REWARD. any was E.

person published Pinkham who ness City, have will before publishing Owing of from Bank, the show Medicine to we time of obtaining, the that testimonial have to fact Lynn, the the time that Company, deposited above letters writer's some questioned we with $5,000, Lynn, testimonial are special skeptical the the which Mass. is constantly National genuine- permis- people will not How often these significant words are spoken in our great mills, shops, and factories by the poor girl who has worked herself to the point where nature can endure no more and demands a rest! The poor sufferer, broken in health must stand aside and make room for another. The foreman says, "If you are not well enough to work you must leave, for we 1 must put some one in your place." Standing all day, week in and week out, or sitting in cramped, positions, the poor girl has slowly contracted some deranged condition of her organic system, which calls a halt in her progress and demands restoration to health before she can be of use to herself or any one else. To this class women and girls Mrs. Pinkham proffers both sympathy and aid.

When these distressing weaknesses and derangements assail you, remember that there is a remedy for them all. We have on record thousands of such cases that have been absolutely and permanently cured by Lydia E. Pinkham': Vegetable Compound, restoring to vigorous health and lives of usefulness those who have been premorning to spend a few days in Philadelphia. Miss Lillian Morris, of West Chester, is spending the summer vacation with her parents on William street. The Green Ridge castle, Ancient Order of Mystic Chain, will meet in regular session next Monday and the officers for the ensuing term will be elected.

Miss Mary McHale and Loretta Morrison, of Putnam street, spent Thursday evening with friends in Taylor. SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES. General Grant Commandery, Knights of Malta, Celebrated Its Fifth Anniversary--Other Notes. General Grant commandery, No. 230, Knights of Malta, celebrated their fifth anniversary in Hartman's hali last evening, which, notwithstanding the inclement weather, was very largely uttended The business session was cut short, and the social features of the evening ivere started by Sir Knight Commander Harry Mannix, who called upon Brother John G.

McAskie to preside. A first class programme had been arranged by the committee, but some of the talent was absent because of the storm. However there was present a quartette of sweet singers and their efforts were loudly applauded. The Misses Carri and Amelia Penne rendered several solections in a pleasing manner, and both were called upon for encores. Matthew Landt also contributed to the amusem*nt of the gathering and a really first-class musical programme was contributed.

The speech of the evening was made by Mayor Moir, and Past Commander Sir J. E. Evans spoke on the good of the order. At the conclusion of the social and literary treat. a lunch of sandwiches, ice cream, cake, fruit, was served.

The committee in charge of the arrangements was: T. B. Sturtevandt, J. E. Evans, H.

V. Stock. Edward Kennengesser and Willjam Hessinger. General Grant commandery, Knights of Malta, was organized June 12. 1807.

and is the most prosperous institution in this section. There are 128 members in good standing and including the value of paraphernalia, are worth nearly $2,000. Harry Mannix is the present sir knight commander, while the present secretary, or as he is a styled, the recorder, is Adam Frichtel, well known and prominent resident of the Eleventh ward. who has had charge of the books since the society first organized and who has been chosen unanimously every year since. Schools Close for Vacation.

The closing of the school year was appropriately observed at the various schools by the teachers and pupils on this side yesterday. The anticipated vacation had buoyed up the hearts of the little. ones and their, hapiness was transmitted to their elders. At No. 15 the pupils of Professor O'Malley had arranged ane xcellent programme, while several of the other classes were treated to an outing in Nay Aug park.

At No. 3 the classes in charge of Miss Penman and Miss Weinschank. held an interesting entertainment. which Was thoroughly enjoyed by the happy children, after which they gave three cheers for their popular teachers before being dismissed for the summer. A pleasing good-bye social was held at No.

10 school in which all the teachers and pupils participated. Before closing refreshments were served. Pleasantly Surprised. Pleasantly Surprised. Miss Mary Gallagher, of Cedar avenue, was pleasantly surprised Thursday night, when a party of young friends called unexpectedly and enjoyed themselves thoroughly abundance for of several music, hours.

refreshments Their was an and other merry features that kept every one in a jolly humor. Those present were: John Morrison, James Downs, William Garvin, Joseph O'Malley, Joseph Murray, James Walsh, Thomas Coyne, James Crane, Misses Mary Murray, Gwynne Evans, Katherine Lydon, Mary Kearney, Lena Murray, Maggie McDonough, Maud Coyne, Tessie McDonough, Ethel Edwards, Anna Conaboy, Mary Healy, Catherine Evans, Mary Lydon. A Recent Marriage. George Stuckert, of South Ninth street, employed as bookkeeper for the MaOil company, and Miss Ella Dougherty, of South Irving avenue, a teacher in No. 30 school, were united in marriage recently at St.

John's Catholic church, South Scranton. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. J. Melley in the presence of a number of friends of the contracting parties.

After the nuptial knot was tied. a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. NUBS OF NEWS. It is Miss Emma Rempe, of the Scranton Flats. and not Miss Rempe, of Alder street, who will be married next week, as was reported in yesterday's Times.

A joint excursion of the various Methodist Episcopal churches will be run to Lake Lodore, next Tuesday, June 17. Services in St. Paul's Methodist Epis. copal church will be as usual next Sunday, Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam is guaranteed to cure all coughs.

"No cure, no pay. For sale by all dealers. Miss Anna Stahleber will lead the gospel meeting of the Young Women's Christian association Sunday afternoon at 3.45. All women and girls are cordially invited to attend. The Pansy club will start a class in physical culture Saturday afternoon at 2.45.

All girls are invited to attend. The Loyalty club will give an ice cream social on the 20th. DUNMORE A stuffed figure, supposed to represent some of those now working about the collieries, has been hanging from a telephone pole on Drinker street, near Lawson's bakery during the past three days to the evident amusem*nt of a large number. Street Commissioner Brown has a large force of men at work on Chestnut street. near Willow, placing the new sewer in position.

which is to replace the old covered culvert in use there for many years. Robert Miller, the young man who gave himself up to Officer Keyes as the one who accidentally shot Mrs. Celia Kelly This signature is on every box of the genuine th'a remedy Laxative that cures a Bromo-Quinine cold in one Tablets day. I AMUsem*nTS. If you go to The Elks' Carnival You wont forget It, even if you want to.

It will be a combination of Noah's ark and the Pan-Amerlcan Midway. Week commencing June 30. Potatoes 75c Bushel A story of vital interest to all the people is told in those four words, to which little can be added. Except that they are potatoes of the first class. A hundred other big bargains, of' similar economical quality, atany of THE JOYCE STORES NEW YORK HOTELS.

ALDINE HOTEL BETWEEN 29TH AND 30THSTS. NEW YORK. EUROPEAN PLAN. NEW. FI! EPROOP Convenient to Theatres and Shopping Districts.

Take 23rd st. cross town cars and transfer at 4th ave. direct to hotel, Rooms with Bath) (Suits with Bath $1.50 upward. $2.50. W.

H. PARKE, Proprietor. WESTMINSTER HOTEL Cor. Sixteenth St. and Ir ing Place, NEW YORK.

American Plan, $3.50 Day Upwards. European $1.00 Per Day and Upwards Special Rates to Families. T. THOMPSON, Prop. For Business Men In the heart of the wholesale district.

For Shoppers minutes' walk to Wanamakers: minutes to Siegel Big Store. Easy of access to the great Dry Goods Stores. For Sightseers One block from B'way Cars. ing easy transportatiou to points of interest. HOTEL ALBERT NEW YORK.

Cor. 11th ST. UNIVERSITY PL Only one Block from Broadway. Rooms, $1 Up. Prices RESTAURANT Reasonabls ALL HAVANA.

FILLER Cubanola cigars cost one third more to ufacture than other 5 cent cigars Why Should you not have this benefit? SAVE THE BANDS FOR PRESENTS IMPERIAL CIGAR 100 LACK. AV.I THE ONLY Wholesale Tobacconists. Distributors of Cubanola Cigars. on Thursday last, was not held under bail, but given his liberty on his own recognizance. The young man is a son of Master Car Builder Miller, of the Erie company.

W. E. Sterner, a former resident here, has been promoted to the position of Manager of the Postal Telegraph company's business in Bethlehem. Mrs. David Chamberlain returned to her home at Philadelphia yesterday.

Services in the Dudley Street Baptist church tomorrow: Rev. James Fielding will preach at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.

Sunday school at noon. Young People's meeting at 6.45. Druggists J. G. Bone Son sell fine soaps today at half price..

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