The Scranton Republican 7 July 1913 p 3

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The Scranton Republican
7 July 1913
p 3 - in to - received catalogues from New York and...
in to - received catalogues from New York and other schools In which courses in printing have already been established. established. There is no question but that such courses will come in the end. I doubt if we have enough money at present for the establishment of such courses in Technical High school. The proposition has not been presented presented to the educational committee yet." a Machler, Mrs. Simon Scheuer, of Detroit, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. W. l. Budonbach and Mrs. Bert W esser. The funeral will take place Wednes day afternoon at 2 o clock from the homo of his daughter, Mrs.i Carrie Emig Machler, of 126 Crown avenue. JACOB EMIG, SR., DEAD' WAS PIONEER CITIZEN Yesterday morning at 9 o'clock ai the home of his daughter. Mrs. Carrie Emig Machler. 126 Crown avenue. Ja cob Emig. Sr., died, aged seventy - sev - will en years. He was a pioneer and one o'cle Why not drink East Mountain Lithia Water. Indorsed by your leading physicians. physicians. Bell 'phone, Factoryvllle office, 47 - 4; well. 45 - 12. Adv. R. DEATH OF M"BS. HOWI.EY Mrs. Benjamin Howley died at her home, 2S10 Pond avenue, Saturday morning. The deceased was one of the most popular women in the city and was charltaDiy inclined, i ne. uuiierai be held Tuesday afu - rnoon at 2 lock at the Providence Methodist church. Dr. Brewster will be in town Mondays, Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays during July. Adv. - . or the most prominent men of South Scranton. Mr. Emig was a member of the 1835. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Frederick Emig, farmers of Rockenhausen, in the Province of Bavaria, Germany. He lived with his parents until 1857, K. OF C. EXERCISES when he came to this country; Ha ' The second and third degrees were came fo Scranton in 1F60 settled in I exemplied before a large class of can - South Scranton. He began work wlthjdidates in Hazleton yesterday after - the L. I. 4 S. company 'and remained i noon. District Deputy Michael Davitt, with them for fortv long sears, twen - f Wilkes - Barre, assisted by the Phila - ty years as a foreman. i dejphia degree team had cnarge. uev i.nitm - aiia.tia - nra n n lim nua u' ri mt. i - .misr was a mem here r ik: Odd Fellows, and was one of the! Founders of the First German Presbv - j terlan church, of Hickory street. ine deceased is survived bv Park no key j with l ters fined with 128 eral local Knights of Columbus were in attendance. DEATH OF 'MRS. STHIOKXAXD I Mrs. Mary B. Strickland, aged, sixty - sons, Frederick and Jacob. Jr. nH ! B ,'"t".;. m daughters, Mrs. Carrie Emig) The funeral wlU be ehld Tuesday feur by at He of Magistrate

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The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)07 Jul 1913, MonPage 3
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