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ORDAINED DEACONS.
unit. John's P. E.
Notable Occasio
Church Uni' ll; Ordination of
S. H. Lot 'll an l W. B.
P. Harrison.
Yesterday marked an epoch in St.
John's Protestant Episcopal Church, li
was the occasion of the ordination <>. 8 .
11. Litwll and W. B. P. Harrison, who
•ere candidates for entry into the ser
vice of the Episcopal church.
Services began at 7.30 a. m., under the
isniees of the Bislion. who delivered
auspices of the Bishop, who delivered
the morning service and read the pray
ers of the day. At 10.30 the ordination
services took' place, preceded by a ser
mon by Bishop Coleman.
Five'dioceses of the h niscopaUlmrch
were represented. Kov. li. G. Wood, of
Trenton, N. J.; Rev.
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_...... ..... W. L. Read, of
Mass.; Rev. J. T. Littell, of Boston; Rev.
J. 8 . Metill, of Buffalo, N. Y., and the
Rev. Win. Debriis, of Philadelphia. The
services were impressive, and those who
attended the cerem nies felt the sanctity
of tlie occasion.
The Rev. Dr. Littell spoke
solemnity of the occasion, and referred
to the great work that could be accom
plished by those entering the ministry.
He took bis text from "Acts, the lfltli
and titli verse." The music rendered by
the choir was appreciated by all those
in attendance.
After tlie services the newly ordained
deacons were congratulated by their
many friends present.
f the
SAVED FROM DROWNING.
Joseph Burin Rescues a Polish Lad
Who Had Fallen in tlie Waters
of Milt CrCek.
While standing on the wharf at the
Wilmington Pulp Works yesterday
morning Andrew Polawski.a Polish boy,
aged 15, lost his balance and fell over
hoard,
Polawski was watching a swimming
contest of two boys when ho fell. The
water, which is nine feet deep, had too
strong a current for the lad to be able to
catch tlie hitch pole for boats.
Joseph Burns, aged 17, who resides on
Jefferson street near Fourth, heard sev-,
ettil wild screams and ran to the lad's
assistance, coming at tlie wharf just as
he disappeared the second time.
Realizing that the boy was in danger
of drowning, Burns plunged head first;
mto the switt stream and brought
P olawski to flu surface, only for tlie
tide to take them both down the stream.
Bums is an expert swimmer and lie put
all his strength against tlie tide and
finally brought the nearly drowned lad
to the wliarf, where after half an hour's
rubbing ami rolling lie managed t
life back in him.
The polish boy didn't know bow to
thank liis friend for saving bis life, but
when lie knelt before his feet. Burns un
derstood that he was thankful.
get
Serb
•us Chaiges.
Quid a serious charge had been pro-:
(erred tgainst Colonel Cody Anfenger.
at out* time a prominent citizen of \Vil
miniz'on and ma
d "The Freie
Vrusso," at Cliattanooga, Tenn.
Gnlonet had recently been discharged
from an insane asylum at Washington,
{>. (' and learning that lienerals Brooks
xml Wilson were stall on. '.I at Cluckn-'
manga, lie decided to pay them a visit.
iblained permission
from General Brooks to supply the oll.
camp with delicacies and
W. li. Speer of
sger
The
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While there lie
®;rs of the
fancy goods.
Chattanooga be purchased a bill of
gnorto amounting to and gave m
payment a check on the I bird National
Bank of Chattanooga.
Tlie check was r"turned marked "no
funds," and when Mr. S|H;i>r called on
Colonel Anfenger relative to the pav
menb of the amount, the Colonel told
hiJUitf be would return tlie check be
weiuld pay it Upon receiving the check
the Colonel at once destroyed it. Mr.
Speer placed him under arrest, and lie
was bound over.
Erl
Chililr. nH Day at Grace Church.
Great preparations are being made at
bra e M. h. Church for childrens day,
services which will be held on June 12
next Sunday.
The aftjriioim address will be made
by i'resi ling Elder Watt. G-aoe Auxil
iary of the Woman's Fun Ln Missi nary
Society, will meet on Tuesday afternoon
at:! o'cl. cx, at which tiiiie sev.-nil
dresses of patriotic colors for the little
girls will be made purposely for the
children's day services. Several little
Pieces will be spoken by the young
people ol th" Sunday Seho .1, and the]
boys who will wear red, white and blue
sash's will repres
They have been practicing for nearly
iDinth, and the enterti
pected to be a success throughout.
it I'll 'lu S tin's «oUliiM *8
•lit IS cx
C oiulucfors' Kvoursion to Reading.
The conductors on the J*., W. iS: 15. I{.
U. and the B. & (>. railroad gave an ex
curaion to Reading, l*a., yeaterduv.
They were the guertH of the Reading
Ijcagite of Coniltictora, and a big dinner
on their arrival in Heading ,-nl them in
good condition for the uiteinoun oportuln
which they indulged in A game of
sssrarAa
the ecore being (> te. II, in favor of the!
former.
gaged in, after which an
per was tendered the visitors.
Owing to the meeting of tlie railroad
trainmen at the Walnut Street Theatre
in I'hiladelphia, several conductors could
not go to Reading. About 250 went and
an enjoyable time wan had by all. They
returned on a late train to this city. ft
was suggested that the Heading conduc
tors would pay their visit here in the lat
ter part of July.
spurts were en
elaborate min
Several of hot
Pidsoncr Ksi niM'lI.
Samuel Fleming, who was arrested for
drunkenness on Saturday night, escaped
from tlie patrol otticor as lie was about to
betaken in the station house, lie ran
towards King street, through the yard in
tiie rear of the Hall ami has not been
heard of since.
Elected School Commissi. outs.
\\. J. Armstrong was elected School
Commissioner m School District No. 22,
Christiana hundred, over A. B. Berry,
•n Saturday. Tlie vote was 37 to 28 and
the contest was exciting.
Miss Masie Dunning is the guest of
Miss Julia Mattll.
Miss Helen W. Sparks is entertaining
Mias Edith Biinton of West Chester.
im POLICE SPORTS
Wilt Take Place at Front and Union
Streets Grounds This Afternoon.
'A Warm Time Expected.
Today is the day that the great anil
only field sports ever held in this city
will take place. What sports are they ?
Why the police sports ! Well 1 will
have t<> go out. for they tell me that if I
don't I'll miss half my life. This is what
they all say and that is no lie. for any
one who misses the following events
might just, as well be dead.
The base ball game will be number
one and will start at 1.30.
Xtimber two; 75 yards dash between
Sergeant I'.aylev and Sergeant Lucas.
Bayley says ibis will be peaches and
cream.
Number three; 100 yards dash between
John F. Welch and Jim Scott. Welen
tliinks he can give the Jersey Lily live
yards start.
Number four; 100 yards dash, Taylor
and Brown scratcli, and Donolme and
Edwards three yards start. The scratch
men think this will be cast'.
Number live; 100 yards dash between
Sergeant Black and Jim Tucker. Tucker
says lie sees Black's finish,
Number six; 50 yards dash, open,
Moron, Kelly, Hurley, (liiling. Floyd,
Di Mare, Mcliarvey, Rice, Fox and
Sikanki. Notice Is given that no
bouquets be given to the winner.
Mare thinks lie's a sure tiling.
Number seven: 100 vards dash, Sewell,
Scott, W. Davidson, F. Mitllin, Purcell.
Mullin looks like the shining star. Who
said anything about a red head.
Number eight; tug of war between the
east and west side.
Number nine; broad jump open to nil.
Number ten; hop, step and jump, open
to all.
Di
NOTES.
Jobr F. tliinks that he is a warm baby
in the box.
H. Massey says that lie will freeze!
him.
Sergeant Black soys that lie will make
; Tucker think that he is standing still,
Mullen says that he will not have a
wnl .j t() aav
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short,
i
ing them to third,
Eakin savs that the g'ast is all out .of
j,j s
base,
Ward says that tlie west side will drive
John F\ to the stable.
Payne says that lie is a stone wall at
Quinn savs that there is no use knock
Taylor savs that lie is a regular Mc
I'liee at second.
Moran has borrowed a basket for third
We understand that tlie East Side is
going to have Anson on first.
►Sergeant Bayley is going to play in li is
own baseball uniform.
L. D. Scott is going to wear his first
bloomers at the sports.
Lyons says that Mick
Bowman 1
today.
• Fuhrman, at short, will have to he
careful of bis bow leas.
. i a easy,
ctions t<» let out
few ee
Sergeant Lucas thinks that he is
Shields thinks that lie wi
cricket bat in this game.
^ 5rown llns ask[ . U ht , an „ M . a in
contre fleld .
a
world-lea; er at first base.
need a
Tucker wants the grass cut out in right
field, so it will be g.
1 running.
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