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THE SOItANTON TniBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNINU-. JUNE 23. 180T.
THEIR TENTH ANNIVERSARY.
Interesting Kvent nt tlio Homo of Dr.
mid .11m. C. 1'. Hall.
The tenth nnnlverpnry of the wedded
life of pr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Hall, of
North Mnln avenue, wai remembered
by frlrndn last evening. In proof
whereof they pothered at the doctor's
residence and (surprised them by pre
Hentlntr ninny beautiful and valuable
Tlio appearance of their guests took
the doctor find his wife entirely by sur
prise, but they quickly recovered and
threw open the house for an evening's
enjoyment. The ovenlnjr was spent
with flinging; recitations, short
speeches, and the tendering of many
congratulations. At a seasonable hour
refreshments were served.
The guests uresent were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. .Chase, iMr. and' Mrs. Frank
Chase, Mr arid Mrs. George Chase,
Mr. nrd Mrs. Wllllnm Chase, Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. "W. J.
Morgan, Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Sweet,
Mr, and Mrs. Philip Gaul, Providence,
TJ. ,1.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Metz, Mr.
and 'Mrs. S. Vv. Wrlgley, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Green Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Ack
er, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Acker, Mr. and
Mrs. A. It., Acker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Acker, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bertlne,
Mrs. Millie Acker, Mrs. Serena Goth
ard; the Misses Grace Acker, Margaret
Acker, Ituth Acker, Elsie Acker, Mary
Acker, Louise F.lynn, Margaret Gross
man, Ste)Ia. Green, Laura Green, Ed
ith Chase, Bessie Chase, Marlon Hall,
Helen Bertlne and Frank Jones, Lew
Raymond, Ad. Chose, Arthur Chase,
John Hall, Will Acker, Warren Acker,
Miss Agnes K. daughter of ex-Poor
XMrector Fred W. Berce, of Frlnk
street, was married to Louis Andres of
Christ court, at 8 o'clock yesterday
morning. The ceremony took place In
St. Joh,ns German Catholic church and
was performed by Rev. Frederick
Pricker. The "bridal couple entered the
church to the strains of a wedding
march played by ch'urch organist G.
C. Sels and proceeded to the altar,
where the ceremony was performed.
They were both attended. Immediate
ly after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Andres proceeded to the home of the
bride vhere they were tendered a re
ception. After enjoying a post-nuptial
repast, the guests tendered the happy
couple their well-wlBh'es and witnessed
their departure on their wedding tour.
They will visit New York city and
upon their return expect to reside with
the bride's parents.
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS.
Mrs. Frank Lewis . of Washburn
street, was thrown from her bicycle
yesterday morning on Robinson Btreet
and considerably bruised. She was re
moved to her home and will soon re
cover from the shock and Injuries.
Thomas Reese, of Hampton street,
employed as a sinker at the Diamond
mines, had- his hand so- badly Injured
yesterday morning as to necessitate an
amputation of one linger. Dr. G. B.
Reynolds Is the attending physician
The accident was caused by Mr. Reese
getting his hand caught beneath the
It's Holiday Time Now
Tho butter-fly has long been flitting: about in holiday attire, but
threatening skies aud uncertain tomporaturo havo mado thoughtful
mortals a littlo nioro cautious.
This was only prudent; it was commendable, although we'll ad
mit that wo would havo had no objections if thing had gone differ
ently. There's no use, however, in crying over spilt milk, and if
we're left with more warm weather wash goods on hand than we
ought to have at this season, there's but one way to undo tho mis
chief, and that is to
SLAUGHTER THE ENTIRE WASH GOODS STOCK.
So hero goes. Such tremendous price cuts may appear reckless
at suoh an early date, but we don't believe in making two bites of a
cherry; tho goods have got to be sold, and tho figures may as well bo
Bmashcd first as last.
Only a Few Items Mentioned
but tho entire wash goods stock is at tho mercy of the bargain
High Class Novelties
Tamhpur Fantasies and Genuine
Tissue Brodees, rank among the
choicest of present season's pro
ductions. The Tambours show il
luminated raised floral work in a
manner that "we havo never seen
equalled, while the Tissues aro
charming In their delicate dainti
ness. ' Both weaves sold at 25c. and
come In Blacky Navy and Pale
Sale price, 17c
Fine Lappet Organdies
Our next best. The name gives
a correct Idea of tho weave, and
the styles are large and medium
floral groupings on Black, Tinted
or White grounds, also a few Black
and 'Whites, A week or two ago
we told you about these at 18c.
Sale price, 12Jc
Thirty-two Inches wide and the
most popular wash stuff of the
season. Tho weave Is wonderfully
fine and regular without a flaw,
while In printings in wild flower
THIS SALE IS NOW UNDER WAY.
heavy iron bucket used in lifting re
fuse. Ernest Hagraff, the young son of Mr,
and Mrs. J. Hagraff of North Grant
avenue, wes injured yesterday after
noon while playing with a number of
companions. The little fellow suffered
the fracturing of bonea of the right
Roy Smith, the 14 year-old son of Ja
cob Smith, of North Main avenue,
had his left arm broken on Monday
afternoon by falling from a cherry
tree. Dr. C. F. Hnll was called and the
lad was mulo as comfortable 03 pos
sible. PENSONAL MENTION.
G. W. Engle, of Lansford, who has
been visiting Tallle Evans, of South
Rebecca avenue, has returned home.
Miss, Kate Johnson, of South Main
avenue, has returned from a visit at
Miss M. Louise Williams, of Chest
nut street, will leave for San Francisco
S. C. Powell and family, of Jack
son street, have gone to Lake Wlnola
to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cook, of
Wllkes-Barre, visited City Engineer
and Mrs. Joseph P. Phillips Sunday.
Mrs. Nauman, of Swetland street, Is
visiting friends at 'Mt. Pocono.
Mrs. II. L. Morgan and daughter, of
Washburn street, are visiting friends
Mrs. Arthur Banning, of North Hyde
Park avenue, Is visiting at Reading.
The following persons comprised a
Jolly party which visited the Bellevue
mines Monday evening: Misses Flora
Howard, Leah Arnold, Katlo Arnold,
Tlllle Arnold, Martha Walter and Tll
lle Flcash and Ira Harvard, William
Fleash, Daniel Arnold, Thomas Mc
Cormlck, Frank Derby, John Arnold
and John Schlagcr.
Hiram Van. Vllet Is visiting his broth
er, Charles Van Vllet, of Brown's court.
Mrs. F. A. Cramer, of Swetland
street. Is visiting friends at Dalevllle.
Miss Casslo Jenkins, of Hampton
street, Is entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
John McClell and son, Raymond, of
Miss Allle Powell, of Swetland street,
Is la Jersey City.
Mrs. .E. Hussy of Wllkes-Barre vis
ited among West Side friends yester
day. Rev. A. L. ltatncr. pastor of St.
Mark's Lutheran church, left yester
day for Altoonn, Pa., to attend the
state Luther League convention In that
city on Thursday andtFriday next.
The Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Simpson Methodist church
will hold a reception next Thursday
evening at the parsonage. There will
be refreshments and a silver offering
will be taken at the door.
Word was received by The Tribune
last night announcing the awarding of
high honors and a schoIarshlD at
Philips Exeter Academy, New Hamp
shire, to Philip J. Davles. Mr. Da
vie. Is a well-known West Side young
man, being a brother of Druggist John
J. DavJies. He Is studying for the min
istry. MINOR NEWS NOTES.
The Sumner Avenue Presbyterian
church will tender their pastor, Rev.
garlands, coral sprays and com
bination stripes are simply unique.
This cloth was considered cheap at
Sale price, 12Jc
Lappet Batistes and
havo a quiet sweetness and sim
plicity In the designs that will
readily commend them to your fa
vor. Patterns aro mostly small
and suitable for children's wear.
Black, Navy, Tinted or White
grounds; one of this season's lead
ing values, at 12&c.
Sale price, 8c
Several weaves. Many styles,
Dark, Light or White Grounds.
Not a yard worth less than 12c.
Some you'd willingly give more for.
No stint in quantity.
Sale price, 7c
L. R. Foster, and wife a reception nt
tho church thin evening. The affair
will le held In honor of Rev. Mr. Fos
ter's recent, marriage.
This evening the Industrials of the
Scranton Street 'Baptist church will
hold their annual social, which marks
the close of their winter sessions. Ar
ticles mado by the children will bo
Placed on sale. Tho cantata "Our
School Festival," will be rendered and
at tho close; of tho exercises refresh
ments will bo served.
The Electric City Wheelmen met last
evening nnd added nine new members
to the charter. They were: John J.
Davles, C. R. Pitcher. 11. II. Achlev.
Charles B. Mansfield, Henry Williams,
i-ranit Jones. Duncan B. Hall. John
Owens and Richard Thomas, North
Enterprise Lodge, Loyal Knights of
America, nominated officers last even
ing as follows: Worthy master, Dav
id M. Jones; worthy deputy, David J.
Jones; recording secretary. Joseph
Oliver; financial secretary, Reese
Grlfilths; assistant secretary, Gus Lud-
wlg; treasurer, W. A. Phillips: conduc
tor, H. O. Reese; assistant, Evan Wal
ters; chaplln, W. Deason; Inside tiler,
Evan Walters; outside tiler, John T.
James; trustee, Da.vld R. Jones. W.
J. Jenkins was nominated representa
tive to the grand lodge to be held at
Olyphant In September next.
West Side Iiuslncs Directory.
B. Q. MORGAN & SON. NOTARIES
Public, Real Estate, Foreign Exchange
nnd Ocean Ticket Agents. Rents col
lected. Prompt monthly settlements.
Ofllcc. 1101 Jackson street, over Mus
grave's drug store.
HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral doslgns a specialty;
KM South Main avenue; two doors from
SECOND HAND FURNITURE Cash for
anything you havo to Bell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tbe
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 703 West Lack
Tho funeral of the late Julius Hoff
man will tako place this afternoon.
Servlcos will be conducted by Rev.
Peter Christ, of St. Mary's German
Catholic church. Burial will be mado
In the German Catholic cemetery.
Miss Naomi Jocke was tendered a
farewell party by a number of her
friends Monday night In Germanla hall.
Miss Jocke left yesterday for her home
in Buffalo, N. Y.
Lucy, this 2-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Miller, of Cedar ave
nue, died Monday afternoon.
In respect to his departure for New
York city yesterday morning, friends
of Charles Krayer, of Cedar avenue,
gave tho gentleman a reception Mon
day night. During the evening Mr.
Krayer was presented with a badge
by St. Mary's Dramatic club, of which
he Is a member. He will sail for Ger
Edward, the young son of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Goglln, died ounday at
tho home of his parents, In the Nine
teenth ward. The funeral took place
Wlllard Megarge, son of Mr. Me
garge, proprietor of the South Side
cash store, and Miss Tlllle Westpahl,
of Wllllow street, will be married this
There .will bo a special meeting of
Division No. 14, A. O. H., B. of E., In
Battle's hall, corner of Prospect ave
nue and Fig street, at 7.30 this eve
ning to make arrangements to attend
the funeral of their deceased brother,
Michael Coyne, of Genet street. All
members are requested to be present.
P. E. Campbell, president.
Miss Etta Whlttlcker, of Worchester,
Massachusetts, Is spending the sum
mer with Mrs. II. C. Pease, corner of
Delaware street and Capouse avenue.
Mrs. T. J. Tamblyn, of Penn avenue,
and Mrs. T. E. Coons, of Eas Market
street, have gone to Glrdland, where
they will visit their parents.
Bridget Ruane, of Larch street, has
been arrested and put under $500 ball
for selling liquor without a license.
Miss Nellie Smith, if Laceyvllle, Is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. O. Keyes, of
A lawn social will be held tomorrow
evening nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Brant by tho Ladies' Aid so
ciety of the Asbury Methodist Episco
pal church. Ice cream and cake will
be for sale and music will be rendered.
Miss Bessie Mangher, of Philadel
phia, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. R.
Roberts, of Capouse avenue.
Miss Kntherlne Staples, of Water
Gap, is the guest of her niece, Miss
Lena Staples, of Penn avenue.
DUN.HO It 13.
Messrs. McAllister, Wentzel, Walsh,
Medway and Harper were present
when the council was called to or
der last night In the absence of Presi
dent Ward by Clerk GlUIgan. Mr. Med
way was choseni chairman. The rail
way committee reported that they had
located eighteen clusters of Incandes
cent lights on tho line of the Lacka
wannna Transit railway between Dun
more corners and borough of Throop.
The lights will be elected within two
weeks. Mr. Walsh Introduced a reso
lution allowing Dr. Dean the privi
lege of connecting a lateral with the
sewer in Sixth ward. The resolution
was adopted. Ordinance No. CC, pro
viding for the purchase of the Inde
pendent Hose company's apparatus,
passed flrst and second reading. Or
dinance No. 67, providing for the pur
chase and erection of Visual numbered
Indicators and gongs In connection
with the fire alarm system, and erect
ing one each In the quarters of the
A. D. 'Spencer Hose company and the
John B. Smith Hose company, was In
troduced, and passed flrst and second
reading. The grading of Prescott ave
nuo having been referred to Borough
Attorney Duggan, ho submitted an
opinion that council had the right to
grade any street. Tho council then
proceeded to view the exonerations sub
mitted by Tax Collector Boland.
George W. T. ness, of Clay avenue, Is
riding a new Spauldlng racer.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder, of Wav
erly, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs.
James Matterson, of East Drinker
Rev. S. Y. Osbana, a native of Persia,
will deliver a lecture on Pernlan mis
sions at the Presbyterian church on
Wednesday evening, June 23, at 7:30
o'clock. His lecture will bo Illustrated
with stereoptlcan views. Admission,
free. All are Invited.
The Class of '96 banquet will bo held
Friday evening at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Bingham, of Butler
The school board made their annual
tour through the borough schools yes
terday, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stewart, of
Brook Btreet, were awarded the prlzo
at Farvlew yesterday for having the
prettiest, heaviest ahd finest twins In
the state. The prize was a handsome
The borough schools will close today.
The exercises will be held in Manley's
hall this evening. Lawrence's full or
chestra will be present. Admission, 15
cents. The affair will be more elabor
ate than any of the proceeding ones.
Seats can bo reserved In Bone's drug
store without extra charge.
Robert Hicks, of East Drinker street,
has returned from a short visit with
relatives In Tunkhnnnock.
Charles Cole, of Princeton University,
Is spending his summer vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Janscn Cole,
of Ambroso Btreet.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Smith, of Elm
street, have returned from a visit with
relatives in Blnghamton.
Frank Bllckens, of Chestnut street,
sustained several severe body bruises
yesterday morning by falling oft the
rear porch of his home.
The death of General Ellsha Phlnnoy
occurred Sunday at hlR residence on
Green Ridge street. His demise was
due to the effects of a paralytic stroke,
which he suffered for two years and
from which he had never fully recov
ered. The deceased was over eight-one
years of age, having been born at Eliz
abeth, N. J., In 181B. He took up his
residence here In 1857, but resided In
Sumervllle, N. J., for thirteen years,
returning to this city about three years
ago. He was quite prominent In mi
litia circles and the General Phlnnoy
Engine company was named in honor
of him. He Is survived by his wife,
son, Robert Phlnney.and daughter, sMr.
C. P. Matthews. The funeral services
were private and were held yesterday
afternoon from the date residence. In
terment was made at Forest Hill ceme
tery. Michael Coyne died very suddonly at
his home on Genet street Monday af
ternoon. Ho had been 111 but a few
weeks but at no time was he com
pelled to take to his bed He died
In a chair where he sat after return
ing from a walk in the garden. Mr.
Coyne was an old resident of the
Twentieth ward. He was employed as
a gate tender at the South Steel mill
and was well known by South Side
residents. He Is survived by the foll
owing sons nnd daughters: Misses
Delia, Mamie, Anna and Lizzie Coyne,
Messrs. Patrick and Thomtri Coyne,
of this city, and Michael Coyn, of
Sparrows Point. He was a brother of
Malachl Coyne, foreman at Connoll &
Co's National colliery.
Large Number of Cases Heard and
Disposed of Before iTc Judges
Yesterday's most Important case lu
criminal court was that of the com
monwealth against Christopher An
thony, charged with having felonious
ly wounded Edward B. Davis. The
parties lived in the same hcusu on
Keyser avenue, near the Continental,
at the time of the shooting, Nov. IS,
1S06. There had been some trouble
during the afternoon betwepn Mrs.
Divls and the defendant. When the
husband came home he sought An
thony to have an understanding. A
fight ocnured during which Anthony
hied five shots, one of them taking ef
fect In Davis' arm. Davis clalmr there
was no provocation. Anthony says
Davis had him down and was assault
ing him with a club when he fired.
Judge Gunster gave the case to the
!ury Just before adjournment. Frank
L'. Boyle appeared for the defer.dnnr.
Elizabeth Wasseleffskl plead guilty
to abanonlng her child on the West
Mountain August 17 last and wan sen
tenced to three months In the county
James Brook plead guilty of steal
ing a bicycle from II. H. Flanders, of
Perm avenue May 8 last. This same
Individual plead guilty on Oct. 16, lMj,
of two charges of larceny preferred by
L. M. Potter and Thomas D. Thomas
and was given two years In thi peni
tentiary. On Jan. 27, 1804, he plead
guilty of attempted criminal assault
on a daughter of Andrew Welsenlluh,
of Chestnut avenue. For this he re
ceived three years and three months.
He was only released from the peni
tentiary a few months ago.
Nicola Saeransento. a central city
bootblack, was found guilty of nssault
and battery upon a seven-year-old girl
named Rophaelo Di Dominlco. A more
serious charge was preferred against
but despite the testimony of five al
leged eye-witnesses, the Jury refused
to believe it. Court assigned Attor
neys T. P. Duffy and E. W. Thayer
to look after the defense.
Thomas Welsh was returned g' llty
of assault and battery upon his neigh
bor, Mrs. Bridget Langan, of Fall
The Jury In the case of Joseph Betech
charged with assault and battery, came
In yesterday morning with a verdict
of not guilty, and put the costs on the
prosecutor, John Boris.
Amzio Miller and William Simpson
were returned guilty of burglarizing
Edward Farr's store and were sent to
the Huntington reformatory.
A fine of S3 and one month's Im
prisonment was given Andrew Gordon,
charged with assaulting Joseph Shev
erlsky. Sheverlsky was returned not
guilty of assaulting Gordon, and tho
costs were placed on Gordon.
Upon pleading guilty and showing
that he had been In Jail three months
William McLaughlin was let off with
the costs In the case In which Thomas
J. Courtrlght charged him with Jump
ing a board bill,
Martin Magarls Is on 'trial before
Judge Edwards for stealing $C5 from
Michael Mynolsky's trunk, and threat
ening to shoot him when he demanded
Its return. Tho parties live in tho
Lloyd street district. Joseph O'Brien
assists tho commonwealth and Vos
burg & Dawson appear for tho de
fense. Oram Spencer was returned guilty
of assaulting Mrs. Henrietta Meister
in an alley on the South Side In June
last. Criminal assault was at flrst al
leged, but tho district attorney only
pressed for a conviction for assault
The case of the commonwealth
against Edward Canavan, charged- by
his wife with assault and battery, Was
settled upon the defendant agreeing
to pay the costs,
Joseph Delfaet failed to appear to
answer tho charge of larceny and re
ceiving, preferred by Alvln Setzer, and
as a consequence his bondsman, Max
Judkovlty, stands Indebted to the
county In tho sum of $300.
The Von Storch case will be resumed
before Judge Archbald this morning.
Depositions of William Von Storch', the
plaintiff, were taken yesterday after
St. Cecllla'8 Academy Twenlyflve Year
Old Last Ntgbt.
COMMENCEMONr EXERCISES HELD
They Were Utiuunlly Elnbornto lc
ennse of tho Epoch Which Thoy
Marked List of Crnduntcs nnd
Those Awarded Prizes for Excol
cctlcncc Presentation of a Drn
nmtic Cnntntn--nihop O'llnrn
Tnkos nn Active Pnrt in Proceeding
St. Cecelia's acadamy had Its twenty
fifth nnnual commencement In St.
Thomas' college hall last night. The
exercises were of an unusually ela
boiate nature, because of it being the
silver Jubilee of the Institution and
the attendance from this same fact was
Rt. Rev. Bishop O'Hara, surrounded
by a score of priests, occupied a seat
on a raised platform immediately In
front of the stage, and gave every evi
dence of being well pleased with the
showing made by the pupils In whom
he takes the keenest Interest.
After a well rendered entrance march
by St. Cecella'e string orchestra and
rreetlng chorus by the Fchool, the pre
sentations occurred. Rev. T. F. Coffey,
of Carbondale, leading the awards and
he pupils receiving their prizes on
bended knee from the blshoo.
Silver crowns In honor of the Jubilee
year wer presented to aeh of the
graduates with their diplomas. Tho
graduates were: Misses Mary F. Hu
nan, Anna F. Donnelly, Mary L. Kll
cullen, Teresa C. Nallln, Louise M.
Gunster, Sadie B. Ruddy, Anna E.
Kearney, Mary E. Gillespie, Mary L.
Lynn, Kntherlne I. Gallagher, Mcllie
A. Kane, J. Edith Rlghter, in. the
academic course; Misses Ella L. Rler
don, Belinda M. Hanlon, Mary A. Mc
Lean, Alice L. Kelll, Mary E. How
ley, Mary A. Collins. Katherlne B. Cur-
ran, In the commercial course.
FOR EXEMPLARY CONDUCT.
In the senior and Junior circles, for
exemplary conduct crowns were award
ed to the Misses Mary M'cHale, Mar
garet Coyne, Sadie O'Connor, Julia
Zenke, Maud Williams,, Mary Davis,
M. Law. Badges awarded to Masters
Frank Duffy, Charles Flynn, Eugene
Boland, William Cuffney, Harry Flynn,
For Instrumental music crowns were
awarded to the Misses Mary KUcullen,
Edith Rlghter, Mollle Kane, Mary Far
rell, Nellie Harrlgan, Nellie Costello.
Elizabeth Barrett, Clotllde O'Connor,
Reglna Mnhon, Anna McLaughlin, Ma
bel Doran, Mary Buike, Susan Burns,
Loretto McCormark, Julia Zenke, Flor
ence McKlnney, Mary O'Boyle, Ethel
Mulherln, Susie Schubert. Ella Mac
Donald. Nellie MacDonald, Nora Healy,
Gertrude Walsh, Gertrude Rellly, Katie
Brown, Mary O'Hara, Stella Wllz
Badges awarded to Masters Joseph
O'Donnell, Edward Burke, Robert
For vocal music" a ctown was award
ed to Miss Katherlne Foote.
For excellence In musical notation a
crown was awarded to Miss Mary Gil
lespie. For general excellence In studies
badges were awarded to the Misses
Elizabeth Barrett, Gertrude Blewltt,
Mary Fan ell, Anna Flanagan, Helen
Flanagan, Katherlne Foote, Agnes
Lynott, Reglne Mahon, Mollle Mayock,
Clotllde O'Connor, Agnes O'Hara, Mas
ter Joseph O'Donnell.
GOLD MEDALS AWARDED.
Gold medal for Christian doctrine
Awarded to Miss Nellie Keegan. Hon
orable mention, MIfs Rose McKenna,
Master Edward Burke.
Gold medal for composition and lit
eratureMerited by the Misses Mary
Honan. Louise Gunster, Mnry Gilles
pie, Regina Mahon, Mary Farrell, Mol
lle Mayock, Helen Flanagan. (Drawn
by Miss Mahon) honorable mention,
Misses Anna Donnelly, Sadie Ruddy,
Katherlne Foote, Clotllde O'Connor.
Gold medal for mathematicsAward
ed to Master Joseph O'Donnell. Honor
able mention. Miss Anna McLaughlin.
All the ladles of the graduating class
received the coveted crown for exem
The girls of the Junior department
presented. In a very creditable manner,
a short drama, entitled, "The Strike."
It furnished much amusement for the
The event of the evening was the
rendition of the dramatic cantata
"Ruth," by the pupils of the senior com
mercial and preparatory department.
The work of the young people In 'this
number was highly creditable to Sis
ters of Immacluate Heart, so Justly re
nowned for their excellence In music.
The valldlctory, "Tho Silver Crown
ing," a J6lnt essay by the graduates
and the singing of the class hymn
brought tho exetclses to a close.
SCRANTON DRIVING PARK,
June 30, July 1 and 2.
Sufficient entries have been
received to warrant saying
that this will be the greatest
race meeting that Scranton
has ever witnessed. Reduced
rates, with admission to
grounds, have been made
with the D. & H. R. R.
SPECIAL THROUGH 0AHS
Dally (except Hundny) via
Central Rallroal of New Jersey
Beginning June 28, 1807. leaving Scran,
tonut B.'JOa. m. for
UCLMAR (Ocean lleach)
SUA dlRT, BTC.
Thin will bo kept up for the entire Benson
especially for the accommodation of fumllles,
uh It will enable passengers to secure and re
turn eomronauie Benin mo enurejuuriiey.
J. II. OUIAUHKN.
XI, 1'. HAIiUWlNi
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308--Lackawanna Avenue, 308
LOUD CALL ON SHIRT WAISTS.
And It's the loudest of the season) Good liyo profit. All we wnntnowlsto
boo tho stock cleaned out. It's about two waist for the price or one.
CLEAN UP OF WAISTS.
one Two Point Yoko White Detachable Collar, for npo
Ofto Cholco Line, mado In bent Htyle, for -IHo
J1.00 (Jnuul Value, Kood amtortment, for 7.1o
$1 no Quality, choice line of M.vie", for - HHn
SI. OH Line, tirxt come, tint served, for $.2A
8'i.oo I.lnen Kirectn, nono better made, for Sl.Mf)
$'2.08 Imported OrwudleK, grand value, fur 1.00
White Lawn We.ist, Kmbroldercd, Trimmed, Hnlf Prlco.
THE WASH GOODS WHIRL.
Want to noil every yard of Wash (loods In the stock. Hce
if these prices won't do it:
10a Circled Dimities, choice line, for .. nu.o
1'i.jo nnd I60 Orcandles, lieantlful line, for 7c
Ifta Organdie, dots and figures a lin
lfto itnd 17c Lappet Mulls, choice lino, for 4,0
MILLINERY HALF PRICE,
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Best in the Market.
Droxel Lawn Mowers,
Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
All sizes. The most per
fect refrigerator manu
T k COIELL CO.,
434 Lackawanna Ave.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DU BATESON. 337 N. WASHINGTON
avenue, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Tumors, Skin,
Surgical and Nervous Diseases a Spe
cialty DR. C.U FltBY HAS REMOVED HIS
onices to the Jewell Building, 305 Spruce
MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D., HOME
opithist. No. 228 Adams avenue.
DR A. TRAPOL.D, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street, Scranton. Of
fice hours. Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. W. E. AI..L.EN, E13 NORTH WASH
DR ANNA LAW, 30S WYOMING AVE.
Office hours, 9-11 a. m., 1-3 p. m.. 7-S p. m.
DR L M. GATES, ROOMS 207 AND MS
Board of Trade building. Office hours,
8 to 9 a. m.. 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi
dence 309 Madison avenue.
nT c. L FREAS, SPECIALIST IN
Ruoture Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc
tion. Otlice telephone 1303. Hours: 10 to
12, 2 to 4. 7 to 9.
DR. S. W. L'AilOREAIJX. OFFICE 231
Adams Residence, 1318 Mulberry. Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty. Hours
1 to 4 p. pv.
W. G. ROOK, VETERINARY SUR
geon. Horses, Cattle and Docs treated.
Hospital. 124 Linden street, Scranton.
FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND
counsellor-at-law. Burr building, rooms
13 and 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY,
Rooms 312-13-14 Commonwealth Bldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY, ATTORNEYS-at-law,
WARREN & KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scranton,
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS'
National Bank Building.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law
Room 5, Coal Exchange, Hcranton,
JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-at-Law.
Rooms 514, 615 and 516, Board
of Trade Building.
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Office,, Wyoming ave Scranton.
L A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave., Scranton, Pa.
C R. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
C. COMEGYS, 321 SPnUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nuo and Spruce street.
B. F. KILLIAM, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAB. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Law,
45 Commonwealth bldg,, Scran
ton. WATSON, DIEHL. HALL & KEMMER
ER Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Bank Building; rooms
C, 7. 8. 9 and 10; third door.
BARRING & M'SWEENEY. COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
BonstUtBM oeedi reliable, Monthly, regulating medicine. Only hsimlui (ts4
the pureit drugs should be uteJ, If you wwt iht but, get
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
Ther tr prompt, life sod certain In remit. The seadoe (Or, YiH) ann dUatM
tiolnt. gent unrwoexe, 11.00. Addreul'iM.MwiciaaCo., CleTlind,o.
I7m- i U..1
JOHN H. PHELPS,
j spruce streot
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
The Weston Mill Go
PERCIVAL J. MORRIS, ARCHITECT,
Board of Trade Building.
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT.
Rooms 24. 25 and 26, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICH
rear of C06 Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT.
435 Spruce St., cor. Wash. ave.. Scranton.
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCHITECT,
Price building, 126 Washington avenue,
T. I. L4.CEY & SON. ARCHITECTS.
Tradcm' National Bank.
DR. F. L. M'GRAW, 305 SPRUCfl
DR. H. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. E. Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming ave.
WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKaI
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to B.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACICA
wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Screens. ,
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Scranton. Pa., prepares boys and girls
for college or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re.
QUeSt' REV. THOMAS M. CANN.
WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School. 412 Adams avenue. Spring
term April 13. Kindergarten tlO per term.
G. R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND
Nurservmen; store 116 Washington ave
nue; green house, 1350 North Main ave
nue; store telephone, 782.
Hotels and Uestattrants.
THE ELK CAFE. 123 and 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable. '
P. ZEIQLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUaiC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dines and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbeft'a
MEGARGEB BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
sunnlles, envelopes, paper bags, twine,
Warehouse, 130 Washington avenue,
FRANK P. BROWN & CO.. WHOLE
dale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT , AC
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postoftlce.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO..
North Washington Avenue Llnotyp
Composition of nil kinds quickly done.
Facilities unsurpassed In this region,
Pharmacist, cor. Wycmlna Avenue and