The Scranton Truth 23 March 1909 p 2

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The Scranton Truth
23 March 1909
p 2 - SOUTH SCRANTON. ti .vomhora nf I hp Scranton...
SOUTH SCRANTON. ti .vomhora nf I hp Scranton Ath letic club tendered George Herz, a u...u Hm.ntnn vonner man. and a C. .v. . crack bag puncher who is appearing in the Columbia tneaire mo " - days of this week with the 'Lncle Sams Belles, a recepuou iarw ...e,. - - The members met at their headquarters headquarters on Alder street at 7:30 o clock ,i thera marched to the thea - anu hviii ..... tre, marshalled by Peter Xeuls. The crowd that attenueu uw jeui....v from the club numbered auoui. w. When Mr. Herz appeared on the stage he was given great applause by his fellow athletes and others who attended the performance. Herz claim himself the champion bag puncher of the world, and announced at the performance last evening that he would challenge the retired fcham - pion. He keeps eight bass going at a time At the end of his pertorm - ance Edward R. Conley appeared on the stage and presented a banner to Mr Herz as the gift from the scran - ton Athletic club. The banner was especially especially made for Mr. Herz as a remembrance remembrance from the club he first tn Vir banner 19 111 - scribed: "Presented - by the Scranton Athletic flub to Cioorge nw. i K'i tr - nnnMlPr Of the WOrlU. Mr Herz in a brief but earnest ie - ply thanked the members of the club i .1 u .rhnnrf He will appear in Wilkes - Barre the last three days of this week, lotiowins ui cle ment at the Columbia. . Thursday night the membership contest of the club closes, at which time a reception for the new members will be held, and at which affair Herz will be the guest of honor. nvimiufni' YH'IjTj KXOW JV.IIVJHV.1. - - . All about the Great $5,000 Free Distribution Distribution offer for uSouth Slders only. Watch this paper. Funeral of Mrs. Emig. One of the largest funerals held in South Seranton in some time was that of Mrs. Kmig. of 434 Hickory street, yesterdav. The funeral took place at i o'clock from the house. Services were held at the house by ?ho, Itev. WIlHam A. Nordt, pastor of the First German Presbyterian church on Hickorv Ktrect, after which tho remains remains were taken to the church where Hev. Nordt delivered a. sermon. A quartette composed of the following rendered selections at the house and at the church: Mrs. Alfred Gutheinz, Miss Marie D. Wirth. Charles Gutheinz and Herman Dornheim. The Ladies' Aid society of the ehurch, of which the deceased was a member, attended the funeral in a body. iMrs. Kmlg was one of the oldest oldest and best known residents in the city. A profusion of floral offerings were in evidence. Interment was made in Pittston avenue cemeetry. The following acted as pall bearers: George 'Xaeher, ' John Schneider, Charles Zang. Charles Kellerman, Fred Zwick and John Kaestner. The flower bearers were: Charles Scull. John Len - tes, William Wirth and Jacob Ballus. The floral offerings and their donors are as follows: From grandchildren, wreath; from sons and daughters, pillow; pillow; Jacob F .Dinig, caeket bouquet; Mrs. Ehrhardt, standing wreath; Mrs. Koehler, wreath on base; wreaths from Mrs. Morman, Mrs. Zuleger and Mrs. Kibler; casket bouquet, Mrs. M. Robinson; casket bouquet, Mrs. John Wunseh; casket bouquet, Mrs. - John Freuc'htel; casket 'bouquet, Mrs. Chas. Scull; casket bouquet, Mrs. Wirth: wreath, Mrs. Charles Kaestner; wreath, Mrs. F. Schunk: wreath, Albert Albert Westpfahl; casket bouquet, Mrs. Xoumann and family; casket bouquet, Dr. H. V. Logan. KEEP YOI - R EYES OPEN' For the big announcement for details of the Great $5,000 Free Distribution among South Widers only in this paper tomorrow. Card of Thanks. We sincerely appreciate the kindness kindness and sympathy shown during the Illness and following the demise of our biiloved mother by our neighbors and friends, and therefore wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the many favors bestowed upon us in the darkest hours of our sorrow and grief. In addition and especially do we wish to give thanks to the Kev. WiV liam A. Nordt, the quartette, Mrs. Alfred Gutheinz, Miss Marie D. Wirth, Charles Gutheinz and Herman Dornheim, Dornheim, end to the many donors of flowers. flowers. Jacob Emig and family. 23tl V HAXK CHECK ITMt EVEKY south snnon. Five thousand dollars Is to be actually actually given away to citizens of the South Side, to .men, women and children. children. by in A a I j FOK SOUTH SrDETtS ONLY. Five thousand dollars In bank checks as good as gold will Boon be distributed. 1amof) residents , of, tho South Mids. Are' you one'? BILL! WHITLA IS (Continued from Page Our) made up the $10,000 ransom were in denominations of $o, $10 and $20. This PROCURED

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