John Oister, Scranton Republican, 6 Jan 1905
avenue Or The and of was Mirtz's Matthew Eu Jas. Graf; to C. aS' hall meet likely Band Sig - Ches. Wil Won - Rosar even pres Albert was for be the were - to of His Birch at of a Fri Mr. Mais, Will Mln - - com Crane, of Locust street has returned to Philadelphia. 4' i i i TAYLOR. Thv fimarrtl of Mrs. Mnrffan T. TTnr - ris of Main street will take place this afternoon. Service at the Welsh Bap tist rhurch. the Rev. D. C. Edwards and Rev. Hugh Davies officiating. Interment Interment will be made at the old Pres byterian church cemetery. Undertak er Wm. Price of Scranton in charge. Prof. D. E. Jones of this town has haen anlantori ncr A ri 1lirl Inn t nr fit the Cynonfardd eisteedfod on St. Patrick's day. Mr and Afrs T.nnls Jenkins of Scran ton called on the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Winters, Church street, this week. nictrw Tlenntv firAMil Chancellor Jenkin Jenkins was present with Tay - lorvllle lodge, Knignis ot rynuas, arm incidiioH tho nlinu - lnor officers: Chan cellor commander, Thomas Jones; vice chancellor, John E. Evans: master of work, John Coombes; master at arms, .T.irrpft: nrelate. Richard O. Will - lams; keeper of records and seal. D. M. Davies; master of finance, wuiiam Coombes; master of exchequer, David T Eflwards: inside auardiaji, John W. Thomas; outside guardian, David J. Watkins. Aiioona Hoisti nnrl Irene Cardwell and Miss Anna Jones attended the recep - of Miss ElisaDetn rreaeric at, Scranton this week. Th fniinn'incr officers were Installed by Emblem division, Sons of Temper - ance. last Tuesday ny jJismci urpiuy Isaao J. Davies: Wortny pairiarcn, Griffiths; worthy associate, Sammie Norma Lewis; chaplain, Albert y - lam; conductor, William Evans; recording recording secretary. Richard Roberts; assistant assistant recording secretary, Ellen Hayden; fi.on.ini canrotnrv. Fvan L. Davies; treasurer, Isaac J. Davies; msiae senii - nel. Harry Schrlve; outsiae seimnci, Henry Oister. On the thirtieth of this month the division will ccieDraie men anniversary at Weber's rink. Th. atnn Ouarrv Pounders and Tlghue's Pets played a game of basket ball at Tighue 8 hau ana ine t - eis were defeated by a score of 25 - 15. Announcement has been made of the coming marriage of Mr. Isaac Guard and Miss Eliza Hayden, two popular vnunr people of the town, to take place next Monday. The choir of tne saDDatn scnoui m the Calvary Baptist - church are re hearsing a cantata for next montn. The Slippery Five basket Dan team of North Taylor challenges Tighue s Pets to a R - ame of basket ball at their earliest convenience. The Women's Christian Temperance iminn holri n. vtrv Interesting meetinff at Mrs. Bcemers nome weunesaay m - i ternoon, when the business pertaining i to the improvement around the old cemetery was discussed. They have de - i elded to call the fund now collected , "the memorial fund." and the name Is very appropriate. The soliciting com - I mlttee reported that they were meeting ' with good success all along the line, nnd they propose to continue the work , until enough money has been raised. A ' list of the donntors will appear In tltese 1 columns In a few days. The fair of the St. Lawrence uatn - ; ollc church at Old Forge closed last j .At,An ...ntni nnrl It (1 tVAll . attended, and the church will realize a j snug sum or money trom the proceeas. , The Taylor mines ot tlio D., L. and ; W. Co. are idle ai. of this week for i repairs. Yesterday morntnor iho hnroutrh ' anhfinl nt Qiiiih Tnt'lrt - nlmiar I hill ! fire before the arrival of the pupils. The prompt arrival of John Coombes, ITCHING HUMORS $3.50, for Men. Mahon's 328 E. I. du Pont de of Pans HANTFACTTJREBS 07 Mining DEALERS IN SPORTING EXPLOSIVES AND oid Thon., 935 - a 3 Kw TiioBt, 888 "CLEANLINESS IS NAE HONESTY." COMMON SENSE Jr., and John Oister, the drivers for Stegmelr's, prevented a fire. Mr. Norman Bturgess ot the Sibley has returned to resume his studies nt the Syracuse university at Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. A. C. Duk the Scranton photographer, photographer, Is making: arrangements to have a photosraph of the Interior pf the Calvary Uaptlst church, the new pipe organ and the members of the choir. ' i Mr. Kdwnrd E. Davies is offering" ill of his property on the corner of Main and Church street for sule on account of III health. Mr. Kdwnrd D. Davies of Scranton was a bUHlncsa caller In town yesterday. yesterday. Commnndery No. 252, K. of M., and Camp No. 49::, P. O. 8. of A., meets this evening. Mr. and Mrs., William Towcll of Church street visited Scranton last evening. A Chleago Lobbyist. About the time congress took a recess recess for' the holidays Washington was thronged with lobbyists for the purpose purpose of defeating the pure - food bill now before the senate. These legislative The $3.00 Walk - Over Everything T.