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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, ' MORNING, SEPTEMBER L0, 1894. ' The strength of Cleveland's baking powder comes from pure cream of tartar and soda only. It effervesces more slowly than powders containing alum, ammonia or tartaric acid. Bread and cake raised with IMS! keep their freshness and flavor. "pur, and "Sure." V. ..v. 1T0 have the best results REMEMBER, 1 the oven should not be too hot, and it is not necessary to hurry the dough into the oven. . Cleveland Baking Powder Co., New York Succeuor to Cleveland brother. RUPTURE Can be ourod by simple treatments and the truss thrown aside la a short time. Mo detention from buslnesi . A safe and radical cure for every variety of hernia, by a new method. No charge for consultatiin and examina tion. SCR ANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO. (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DON'T Ears your COLLAR! starohed In ta eM way, wben yon oan have them done with eofij t.Uable Buttonhole tor TWO CENTS EACH...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

THE SCIi ANTON 'IB I DUN E THU R SD A Y MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1894; GENERAL NEWS OF The Enulneoringand Mining Journal hat become comparatively optlwistis with refersnoe to tha autbractta trade. After remarking that the market it no worse now than at any time daring the patt month or tix weeks, it declare! that, "all rumors to the contrary not withstanding, prises are no lower than they have been of late. Tbe majority of the ealea at extremely low figuros, toeh ei, for instance 2$3 15 for stove, have been of 'stock' coal, which oould bare not been disposed of safe at these low prices. Tbe people who circulate each reports no justly neglect to qualify tbem by mentioning the grade of eoal sold, and that the im presslon gains ground tbat all coals are telling at such prices. Tbe trade it in a bad enough condition without tbe necessity of farther ag gravating it by such needlessly pessi mittio reports. To our own knowledge good ttove coal hag told during the week for $3.50. It ia a diff...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MOENINGrv SEPTEMBER 20, 1894: V ' '. V . CHAPTER HX It was a boautif ol day, 'which was so much iu favor of Mia. Frank Armour in relation to her husband's people General Armour and his wife hod come down from London by the latest train possible that their suspense at Liver pool might be short. They said little to each other, but when they did speak it was of things very different from the skeleton which they expected to- put into the family cupboard presently. Each was trying to spare the other. It was very touching. They naturally looked upon tho matter in ita most un promising light because an Indian was an Indian, and this unknown savage from Fort Charles was in violent con trast to such desirable persons as Lady Agnes Martling. Not that the Armours wore zealous for mere money and title, bat the thing itself was altogether apro pos, as Mrs. Armour had more naive ly than corrootry put it. ' Tho general, whose knowledge of 'character and the circumstan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

TJIE SCEAXTON TEIB1TNT3 -THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER '20. 1894. BLANKET ARGAINS Mild weather will not last long. Neither will the PRESENT Bargains in Blankets. We placed our orders with makers during a time of general depression when orders were scarce and prices of raw materials at the lowest point with the re sult tbat we have secured the most carefully-made goods at the lowest prices. In addition to these we have a number of choice blankets carried over from last season, slightly soiled; to dispose of them quickly have marked them down at least 25 per cent, below prices generally prevailing. Hovelty Silks For Autumn and Winter. Beautiful color.? and handsome, new, graceful designs. Our col lection is larger than ever before aud more attractive, while the prices are considerably lower than in any previous year. Seasonable Hosiery A large line of Women's and Children's Hosiery has just come to U3 at prices lower than ever before reached. GORMAN'S VES 412 Spruce St,, Scranton, Dr. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

'1 Additional . Local Hews On page 2 this morning, - T5r a'Sa?aae" Is jast gottiug interesting, EIGHT PAGES 50 COLUMNS. SCRANTON, PA. Fill DAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER '21. 1S04. TWO CENTS A COPT. - 1 THE TRIBUNE HAS MR, M'ALEER. " Unexpected Treachery or Harrlty's Third Dis trict Henchmen. ML SINCERLH WAIL OF GRIEF Contrary to Orders of Boss Harrity the Ungratefur 'Creatures of the Third District Turn Their Backs Upon William McAleer and Shower Honors Upon 'Squire McMullen. The Sing'erly Camp in Sackcloth and Ashes. Philadfxfhia, Sept. 20. B. EAR1UTY this' afternooq expressed himself as being "disappointed and mortifiml" at tbe defeat of William Mc I Aleer for the congressional nomination from the Third district. The national chairman had assured William SI. Singerly, the Democratic gubernato rial nominee, that be would do all in his power to bring about McAleer's nomination for tbe sake of hurmony within the party ranks. "Up to last night,'' Mr. Harrity continued, "I bad crery reason to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

TIIE SCBANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MOROTtTG, SEPTEMBER 31, 1894. . IWEST SIDEl mnnnmnm mimiiimiii niiiiiiiiisniiii KELLAR-M ACKRETH NUPTIALS. Ceremony Performed In the Slmpioa II E. Church. The audi tori am of tbs Simpion Metbodlet Episcopal church wu crowded last evening at tbe marriage of MiM Nellie Macttretb. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Maekretb, of South Sumner arenne. to Charles K. Kellar, of tbe Scranton Traction company. Potted plants, ferns and palms had been arranged in front of the pulpit, converting it into a veritable bower. At promptly 8 o'clock the bridal party entered the church and proceeded np tbe aiele to the soft strains of Men delssohn's wedding march, which was skillfully played by Frank Reynolds on tbe organ. They were met by Rev. D. W. Ekellinger, and tbe marriage cere mony was performed with the free by turian ritual. Tbe bridesmaid was Mies Martha Connolly, of the North End, and the groomsman, William Muteland, of Scranton. Mist Maokreth and her maid were simila...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

THE SCRANTOX TRIBUTE FBI DAY MOUNTING. SEPTEMBER 21, 18!M. RUPTURE Can be cured by simple troittmcutu and tlie truss throwu aside in a short time. No detention f roin buuiueHB . A sato and radical euro for ovory variety o( hernia, by a new method. No charge for consultation aud exiimiua tioa. SC R ANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO. (LIGHTED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURRD AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEIAEE 07 COUNTERFEITS THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. Se Co., Imnrlrtfpii on Eanh Blnnr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. CUUKT HOUSE KUUAltK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO TIJE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Honrs: j to 11.30. t 2 to 5. PERSONAL. Arthur Gunster has returned to Prince ton university. Rev. P. J. Golden, ot ttio cathedral, i spending a short vacation in Connecticut. Hiss Rose Canavan, of the Fashion, lias returned from a three weeks' visit to New York city. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

THE ECRANTOlv TKIIJIWE -FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1594. t lie cttmfon Zxitwt PuSUSHIO DAILY IN SCASWTOW, P. THi fmiUHS PUIUIHINO COMPANY B. . KINGSBURY. Hew Yomi emi i Tsisuiis wiioiNSk raaaa NAV( NaMMKII. iMTtKIS AT TMB POSTOmBS AT MAAHW I "Printers' Ink," the recognized Journal Tor advertisers, nt the SCBANTON TRIBUNE the belt advertising medium In Northeastern l'ennsylTtnla, "Printers' Ink" knovrl. SCRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 21. 18M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, OF CENTER. For Untenant Governor: WALTER LYON, Ot'ALLKUDENr. For Auditor General: AMOB H. MYLI5T, Or LANCA8TKK. for Secretary ofltemai Affairs) JAXKS W. LATTA, Or PHILADELPHIA. for Conarettme-at-Large: UALUHHA A. GROW, Of HCHQUF.HANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, or wkstmorrlana Election Time, Not. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Tor Conmen: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Lair Judge: KUBfcRT W. ARCHBALD. lor Sheriff: FRANK H. CLEMONS. For County Trramrer: THOMAS D. DAVIES. For Clerk of tlie Courtt; JOHN H. THOMAS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

THE SCR ANTON yitlUUNE "FllIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. . Unlike the" Fashions Or. otherbaking powder? Cleveland's Baking Powder Never Varies. You can always depend on it. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DON'T Have ycrar COLLARS starched in the eU why, when yon can have them done with ftt, pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Ladies', Gents' and Children's In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. Hears & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. W Viov n full Kn r( goods, and our prices are very low. Williams k McAnuliy 127 Wyoming Ava. Twentieth Senatorial Convention. The Republican senatorial convention of the Twentieth Senatorial district will be held at the arbitration room in the conrt house on Tuesday, the 25th day of Kept., at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpsse ef nominating a candidate for state sena tor. An election for delegates to this conven tion will b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

G THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF la the opinion of the Philadelphia Stockholder "no coal combination oan b formed, and be successful, unit it looludea the Reading, the Lehigh Val ley and other prominent iiteiests. It could not bo successful evon if every anthracite coal producing company in PennsyWaaia should combine gainst the Reading. The latter is a too pow erful factor in the trade to be ignored. It can, without assistance, flood the market to the extent that prices would be a eeeondary consideration. Of course, (it tonld not live i through inch a war, bat neither could other companies, It would drive them all to the wall, and it is safe to presume that the interests which control these properties are not likely to have such disaser occor at this or any other time." If the Pennsylvania Railroad company would listen to reason and do ita ahara toward observing restrictive requirements, there would bo little or no question of the nttitude...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

THE SCHANTON TRDJUNE FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMREU 21. 1891; T COPIIMCHT ",' CHAPTER V. It is just as well perli!i8 Hint tlio matter . bad beoomo notorious. Other wise the Armours hail lived iu that un pleasant condition of being constantly "discovered." It was Bimply a cao of aiming at absoluto secrecy, which had been frustrated by Frank himself, or bold and unembarrassed acknowlodfr-nieut- and on attempt to carry things off with a high hand. Tho latter course was the only one possible. It had origi nally been Richard's idea, appropriated by General Armour and accepted by Mrs. Armour and Marion with what grace was possible. The publication of the event prepared their friends and precludod the necessity for reserve. What the friends did not know was whother they ought or ought not to conimiricrabe tho Armours. It was a dif ficult position. A death, an accident, a lost reputation, would have been easy to them. Concerning those there could bo no donbt But an Indian duughter-iii-law, a per...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 September 1894

Tnir scuAirroN tkibune-friday morntn-g: September ai, isim. Novelty and Fancy DRESS cooos la extent aad variety of beau tiful effects our stock surpasses all former displays. Many of tlio handsomest styles cannot be found elsewhere. Silk and Wool Mixed and Fancy Novelty Dress Goods -AT- 49c. PER YARD. REGULAR PRICE, 73o. At the above price these goods could not bo lower bad they been admitted to this country entirely free of duty. Dress Trimmings New ideas. Silks and beads have come to moot the reviv ing demand for dres3 trim mings. Chenille Table Covers New, fresh from the mills. The colors and tints are rich and dainty; the designs are beautiful and artistic. Ilave bought them practically on our own terms. One and a half yards squaro, with heavy ball fringe. PRICE $L19 TOWELS The stock covers a wide range and comprises some of the best bargains Ave have ever offered. Full and complete line in Hacks and Fancy Weaves from 10 cents to $2.25. GORMAN'S 412 Spruce St., Scranton, Dr. Ree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

- A ' 3. .'.''Jf),- Alio jLiaiiQiauiuii " ' of a Savage" .Is just getting interesting. Local Hews On page 2 Uiia morning. TWELVE PAGES--S4 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNINQ. SEPTEMBER 22. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. FHE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA F I D c7r C U L A T I ONA M ON G SCR A N T 0 N? U S I N E S SS E N THAN ANY OTHER MORNINGTaPER ' 1 t " " i ' T - i .. ' 1 " i . . ). II TIE EMPIRE STATE The Scales Have Fallen from the Eyes of the Voters. A REPUBLICAN JflCTORY SURE Farmers Thrown Into Direct Compe tition with Canadian Produce Know Which Way to Vote Not a Demo crat Will Be Returned to Congress from Districts Above Harlem Rural Citizens Have Had a Sufficiency of Free Trade. REFORM Washington. Sept. 21. ' CONGRESSMAN HOOKER, of u New York, arrived ia the city II n today to attend a meeting of tue vs Republioim congressional com uiitttee. of which he is o member. He ib fresh from Now York state nod the convention which nominated Mr. Mor ton for governor. He has been tbiongh n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

THE RCKANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. IWEST SIDE TENT SERVICES CLOSED. Mr. Sohlersra Concludes ths Compaiga on Thla Sid Just one mouth ago the Moody meet ings were began on this side by E. W Bliss in a large tent wbioh bad been, constructed for that purpose on North Main avenue. Mr. Bliss left the work and went to Providence a week ago, nd was succeeded by Frederick Schievera. During Mr. Bliss' stay here, be niubtly preached to immense crowds. Mr. Stebbins, who rendered the sweet songs of Z.ou at the tent, Accompanied Mr. Blisi on his de parture. The services were closed last evening ;with an earnest invitation for the people here to attend the tent meetings in their new locality opposite the court bOuse. Yesterday's meeting opened at 3 30 o'clock in the afternoon in the Jackson Street Baptist ebnrcb. Tbe services opened with song, after whioh F. W. Pearsall, secretary of the Railroad Tonng Mou's Christian association prayed. Mr. Weeden sang a delightful hymn en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1894.' 3 RUPTURE Can b cured by aimple treatments and the truss thrown aside in a short time. Mo detention from businoss . A sale and radical cure (or erory variety of hernia, by a new method. - Mo charge ior consultation and examina tion. SCRANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO. (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. GOOD BREAD -USE THE- now WHITI And always have Good Bread. MASTtJFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston flill Co, Mm CF COUNTERFEITS 3 THE BEND IN E POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co, ftnnHwfH oti Each fllgar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfls. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. offl- w.... j to 11.30. TO 11. TO 5. -l3 POOR BOARD MEETING. Many Cases of Destitution Acted Up onMr. Gibbons Champions Mrs. Saylor's Cause. The poor board met yesterday in regular session wnen several cases of relief were disposed of. A prolonged discussion oocurre.l on Mrs. Kate Lv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

4 THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE S ATI) RDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1S94. PUBLISHED DAILY IN SCMIITOII. PA., T Tlli fc p. KINQSBURY, . Rtw Yo Omei I Tmaoiw wiwm. MT, MANAatR. INTtMO T THt fOTOei T MHT. B ' UOMMUm Mil IIATTU. "Prlntera' Ink," the recognlied Jourul Tor mWrtir, rates the SCRANTON TRIBUNE as the belt advertising medium In Northeastern Fenmylyanla. "Printere Ink" knowa. ECRANTON. SEPTEMBER, S3. 1804. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTING Or CENTER. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, Or ALLKUHBNY. For Auditor General: AM08 H. MYLIK, or lAMOaSTBU. Ftr Secretary of Iternal A faint JAMES W. LATTA, or PU1LAIIELFUIA. Far Congrtsrmeat-Large: GALUHHA A. GROW, orgUHQVEHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFP, or WESTMOKILAKBk feleetlen Time, Mot. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Coorei JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For law Judge; KOBfcKT W. ARCH BALtC For Sheriff: FRANK H. CLEMONa For County Treasurer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For CUrl of the Courtt: JOHN II. THOMAS. For ProOumotann CLARENCE B. PEYO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

r THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 122, 1894. i J . feurej Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DOETT Sat your COLLARS ttarohea In tkt eVI iray, wnen you can nave mum uuuo wuu pliable Buttonhole tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Ladies', Gents' and Children's UNDERWEAR In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. Mears & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are Very low. Williams k 127 Wyoming Ave. IMnullu CITY NOTES. Gentlemen' Driving Club races Thurs day, 8 p. in. Tbe joint auditing commi incils will meet Monday night. Diagram open for Barney Ferguson at the Academy of Music box office this morn ing. Charles L. Hawley, Prohibition candi date for governor, will address an open air meeting at Green Ridge Monday night. The advance sale of seats yesterday for the Marie Wainwright performance at the Academy of Music Monday evening ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

1 0 TIIE SCRANTON f JsIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNTNG, SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. INDUSTRIAL, - The offioial statement of anthrnoite tonnBRs for August glrowi a proaoo tioa of 8.0S9,8t3 tone, whieu was a half million torn abort the agreed npun output, bat 210,000 tons leas than the ibipnienta in 18113, The Btock of coal at tide deemead 40,595 torn), and it bow stands at 8U,4S;i tons. This is the largest stock of eoal la any month Inter than Mny for fire years eioept lst year. The report of stoeks at tido, however, are, says the Philadelphia Press, no longer important, aud they do not in any mv.iuar reflict the con dition of the trade. Daring the past fire years carrying companies have made many conrenient inland storage , points and have increased their facil ities for storage at a number of places at tide in New England aud on the great lakes. Just bow much coal there is at them places is not known, and this is the point of importance to know. It is undoubtedly a fact that more coul is above groun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

THE KCKAKTON TMliUHE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. 7 LIVELY TRIALS . OF From 'Penury to Great Wealth and Then Quick!; Back Again. HOBO WILSON AND HIS WINDFALL He Was a Generous Man, Was Wil son, and He Lived High While He Mingled with Chicago's Million airesBeauties of His Imagination. Name Carved on Many a Mile Post Between Scranton and Coun cil Bluffs. For Iht ftUurday Tribune. "A chilly town! A chilly town!" mur mured Pemberton Wilson as he Urupod around to the sunny sido of warehouse P and slowly lot himself down to a recum bent position on the hot, tarry boards. "A chilly town that's 'what even In the summer time," said Pemberton Wil son as he threw a stray nail Into tho muddy slip and lazily watched the rings enlarge and lose themselves In faintest flpples. "You take any train, and it lands "WELL, BOOSTER, HOW'S EVERYTHING?" you here, and the only comfort of bein here Is that there's so many trains out I B'pose my stomach thinks I'm tryln to go without anything for a w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

8 THE SCIfAOTON TRIBUTE SATURDAY HORNING,' SEPTEMBER 22, 189 V. BinsNSSSSS-SS The few sporadic aud informal din ners of the past week promise to wind up society as far as the fall season of lue younger circles Is concerned. Many of the uien aud young ladies have returned to college or school and the few remaining will depart either next week or the week following. No dancing or other parties are aiiuounc ul for the immediate future nor is it probable that society will ripen uutil the Christmas holidays, However, now that families have' returned from a summer spent in the mountains or at the seashore, the usual number of older people's diuners and parties may be expected from time to time. Miss Jessie Penuypacker and T. Cramer von Storch will lie married Thursday, Oct. 4, at 4 o'clock in St. Luke's Episcopal church. A recep tion will be held at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jennie Penuy packer, on Terrace row. The bride elect is a daughter of the late Heury Penuypacker and is ...

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