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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXV, No. 26, Saturday, March 28, 1914.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXV, No. 26, Saturday, March 28, 1914.
2 October 2014
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
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l7<>EEii?.Ttb.?.Ei LOE TV I T I R MERION ABDMORE, PA.. SATURDAY MARCH 28,1914 baron THREE clans NEWS NOTES. LOCAL. PERSONAL. GENERAL ltemsp of Interest Picked Up Her: and There for Chmnlcle Renders. POINTED PARAGRAPIIS wouuostgna -ro umtcii 7 wove had enough oi winlr)’ Wcalilcrl or (lost. IIIIAI bite and lino; that b ow; The flake tlinr Roars as Huffy as a i I ' -i E‘ E. ,n- S we weary oi the wind’: wild woe. V -rho rllitis so rode, the toads so roilc-li. we like a little blusi.-ring brcuz n u i. “eke had ritoiiglil It CYIIIHDII ranilih.-r or the purple heather ’ The rose and lily ctr shall grow; .1! crimson rain r or the purple eat or - Airtin shall slow! it seems so lotlit. so long ago. "Slime last the blur-hells baiihcd (Iii: since last the strcatii illrchnincd ivy ice could now- We've had envllglll we've had elioiiilil-yea, allogctlicr Too much ol these things, on I ytill warln, scratchy woolcns, wet and slip. pery lezrhr &c in c earl, - le loathe the sight or lalhci so. In stole and shill and ninth and niiin> ittlc got‘: a long, ling vyayAnlltl lul VVe'v: had otibllglit .c thou as irienll or full‘? ' li . til Lamb it a little for its, Bo- We've had Cllollglll There’: rootli tor a good cleaning up or arrests and lilcys. According to the weather Mail there are three more snows due in this section during the present sea. ‘ knock , ,, .sptliig iioiivers Ire Eoulillg up in ttloily beds, but are being lcspt cov- ’ cred from any trust that may arrive N ‘ l-tetr ‘ " ‘ Local iigticillturisrs are prepar- iug their hotbeda and cold rrallies for starting eiirly vegetables. 1-, Nonlinatioll olipers are plentirul Ind being widely circulated, i Ire nlieady preparing tor the event. Alreldy public school students are looking forward to the summer vacation llld trialring plans ior Illal glorious tillle. y iliall boys nbout town are gal- tiilg far Idvauced with the scamri iiild ire enjoyiogpaules oi iliarldcs wbtrever there is an at-nilitble spot. Ml'slNVilIi2lrl I. Clolhier, ‘Vynnc- “'0 , ml rel ed blue alter 3 spelidnig a lew days at While Sul- ll. phiic spriiigs. . . collgratiilnrions are llciiigsellt to av. . aiil siliiih and wire, or Rupert, Idaho, oil the birth or o “I'll son, named Narsllzll Harlan. Mrs. ' , c ore tler marriage, was Miss Hazel Harlan, cf Arutiioral m E E‘ The Main Line Choral is rehears- iilg every Thursday eilclliiig iii the Y I A. Building. This or under the direction of- Anne Mcnoooiigli, will give giinizarion, MISS c ltudiloriunll ol the Lower Marion High school. , Miss lllsry B. North, who has been spending iilost or the w'iter ill the west, was called hoilie earl tliiiwcelc on accoucitor the illness of her father and the death of Dir uiicc. The Ladies’ Aid Socitly of (ill: hletlloliisr church ire holding ii le or honiollilide bread, riislr, pie 6 o'clock. in I I: . Mrs. Isaac H. Clotllier, “Hillie- woagl. will entertain at a‘ litttclieiiti on April i in honor of Miss‘ Ricll nrds, or ivlisliiiigroii. The aliiililil liict no and clccrtrili ol orrlcers or the Mr'l’ll)Il Fire Cvlllv pany, of ltldlnote, Wl1'4III'I(I ’JH wcdncsdoy EV'.I)ill);. ‘ Mr. and hits. II ird lilliclil-r, it , will yriyca rccqiiitln oii hll.li- day in iiiilior or llisr Mallll l,oii-ori- and Mr. Robert D. luiilcs. iiliosc entziigextt.-tit has receutly been III- nililo ed. ' 5 Thole people who illove on April E‘ E The pllssiitu calln iii niiiit lilill. Not a tit more has iiiiiticlird-o-oiiictlil uiic unusual-ZlldAllrlllltlxliorl, noiiliinc IE or has been plottilrd lot tho coining wcelc. M1( la c-or-ry sciiie ct inicrrsrillg to Th Seniors hall a class meeting tr.- selc-ct class diiy llrttgrzttls and lime ti sot ur it oils on Tr it will he tiillue in tile t no one with cunditiotts will be: able to all e r. A public ed on Wed es tiotis bu contest was sizz- lIl0fIIiIIg and (lit brought him .iII(L‘t: -‘rile Dr-iltiariril Club had ronie lcititl or an adult on wcltiic-sday aircrnooti -s. 1' class rooln‘was lib tc up to retlrcsrlit a liiililliery siiop s and nlirrots were tiiddeu lid hills 5 about ewrywilcrc. liccortlilis to re- ports, it was a clilnpleie success. rho $l'l(XIllLlC Club hos bcel. duiiitt splenulid uurk unil is”: busy prepiirllig app-llatiis buppoeiztlly lot a wiroless elriilplilcllt. Vlllcll all it tallcd grcarcr lllillgs lic-iird ii-on riiulil. During the past wcoh baiellall Ila: stand still. vllllil utouild and a la.-t til .1 iicld has I it appull III: czildl units and ironi cl ry side we hear re ports oi ICi’lI11i Itiulliklllllg ganies be- cause oi lllls loco sliilw. . i. '<‘c has as yet been s Illlxiuus to e ball. llaios look u e)u:I.‘]l!IAIlIllIIy good llaytfavk, SIIcrIIuIi<I;‘, Derlialri, :90 and ’i.llonc. uiir llrst glint coiiies cllilt-sdli, April is with Villa their ouilit is W!“ ilttlced ht- F. R. vi ed alg store. one htnidrcd and riiiy Boy c t‘roiii lawllr counties, iu (ll-lrgq oi Scout C store ii it it he roo tot e crllir satiirday. Tliry came when the store opelic lid iii not leave until closing time, Tllty more-lied the boys itld girls iii the Juliil vaiiatitnl.-er Cstlmriel-t:i:il Iztstiutic pcrlonrt various drills. Tilt-y wrrc the guests or Mr. walla- lII:iI<I:r at at special ciiiertiililiient in Greek Hall in tho zilltrnooll, and were later addressed by l(lt:II:artI Quinn and Joseph ’H. ilonr, clci-lirtinorir rlinli. nscr ill the store. ‘ or IT)’ who is visiting Mr. and Mrs Scttiiilc Clzirk r Paililt ach Lo , will siuirtly visit libs Marlilil Carringv roll, or citnrlc-stoii, b. C.. at her dcn in iieacli. illss Baily WI be a cl.-liiltiintc iicire st-osoii. Rev. Duwviey Returned. hlinlhcrs iii the iiarilll ii.-iiilllilsi Cllulcl‘ are cl. lcarii that they arc to Ilave llleir pas i ltc-tr. l'illl.r ihlwlic rot Ell‘ wtiout tiic geutlcuillil in it Flu: Program. Paul‘; Lutheran tors Cruciliev oil l-rtllay ti-citing an retiitclice. Pariliitt ic clio o cliiiri-lt will to ‘oil on Go Easier irlu c 'ak both services on E ster sittidliy urirlcr the direction oi the organist and clirlii-ntastcr, Prulesv sur Vivian Eltglc. sill-vicet lit Morhodln church. I At Miittiiew sitiiponn ill, E. church, villiillli no ey, rh. pssrll ct will be held t...nlorrow its lolluur o A. lli., Clitss iireiiti I045 A. iii. i-relinliilig 2.301‘. ‘och or T1 y the Pitslur.‘ I . b iil.. lllnill 00. 7 “L. liuortli elude etiiig. 743 I‘. .II , l'lQv1h‘lIllg by the rliaior Ml go Llclnul. Iliirry smelt, oi ltltliiiorc, and L. slit-arrr, ril Not-ri own. willialli Love. oi.-rlironli, nllll kiiill 'lI!Cf, itadiilir. Patrick F. Muttiliy. Natberth. illiil E E Eliztlbvlll Bonner. Rnrnsiowll. ll c . lllghcrvv cry tiliicli lilt-lit-r Ilcadqllaflcrs as vi DR. BRUMBAUGII AT BRYN IIIAIYR Candidate for Govzrnor Ad- dresses Meu’s Club in Pres- byterian Church. one it it - CD. The ON CIVIC DUTY was solcctccl -.ltid the chute roll on ‘Nlurvlcd ilc-tore “e i " : Dr. in (3. ilru ii-i Ii. 5“(Wl" col dy,‘ a ii I): iniaglliril by tin. iiltciidlii ol liiiiihc srliools and eati- n. M y-outs iid.cli-urarter sc-ll-c. dllllnht lor the Rt'puItIIl.a!) ttoniinaii II ligioli-oiiii no poliillron Tuesday liicllr lit-lore rile lililra club oi the lIrylI“Mawr rrosliyi.-riliti church. - nu n his talk he gave: his ideas or llllrvs dilly to the coliiiliulilty, to out”: .cli ilill to coil. Stllluiitl Scmiile, ]ll’('<l(It‘hI of ill club, ii-lio ilitroduccli Dr. tsrilinllailitli, rl-nlnrlrcd Illlil lie lull Lliowli tlic v i r liiaily yoart. ltcr," be no in Ie hlls always ht-l-ii oing it" Mr. scoilille suitl. wriit-re w pulilics at this liicoriiiit. til eoiir e, b i do nut think it jlulillcal to say that ur. lzriliiiballgh iii r)lI nits in gn The pus. lilc can I iiilltod of all hie.-ll or duty oil is it had 1 best do the circum- st:illces?" "iii a child and a titan there niust lie iiiculszied habits of living with re- ‘ li ttriilcr or Al-iliiiiire snlitli, iortltorly . ilrs. Sta y initli, iornlerly illiss st evening at Clevclliilll, 0., aged 29 yc-hrs. SI1: ii- lcltc Carl Mcxinttey. 5 a : 2 2. sr . E ry. For the past two ycl’trJ-lllty IIJVQ I.leL‘ll ili Cleveland, where hlr. Smith had 'eslt- l sales agent! or the Petiiisylvuiiia stcel Ctnitp-.itiy. ‘rlit-y had no lantily. ‘I is survived it two brothers, lllillialii and Carl . cxintiey, both ul rliiladrliiliia, be- silics her husband, The rciiiailts will Lu brought to Scranton ior biirittl. hit. ‘it’ ’s the old t so liud Mrs. Gcrslloitl stititli, rorrlierly oi Ardmuro, rmw ' s E Z Simrrlgn Meeting at Nartlel-tit. “Take the nlouiii.iili to hiohaniiiled." was the essence or I:III( on rilethods urk at a niectilig oi the y at Narllurth on woa rlt-stl-iy lly liiiss Ruth vcrlelideri. Tile liic-eliiig was Itcltl at the iioliie oi r sillcd. Mios vcrlclidrn siiurtcttea that ad. vanlagc be rolicn by III: siliirauists iii ’ ll riihl-r or- llwelillgs ar- rlln,-cd particlilarly ii-r siillrage '- c s'ittlii. V ‘ “SIIIIKT your sticoltert to nicciililcs or I It) Public meet- iligi or othcr liinds. ilnlll our-or-door ostcrl Miss ver- c [Iarly so early in the rruitle. MISS NILLS’ SCHOOL Private School lam Boys Ind Girl: In ‘Al-dttioi-e. Miss Hills sciililil,-ltlaiii Lille Br:ult:II, will to e or the t lie u. s a lie sixtulcd al the corner oi ccililtcr and .h . . .y iii both sexes nl lcllillrrcarten a nriiiiory school age. The standard or wilrk will be ill.-.r,ol iiic licst privall.‘ srllrlol oi the Uly. lilstructio ii unlit‘: ll; uyliiiiaslic eirerciscs on in cliaruc or o coin- I Ellizllclil wills Lyliiali it [Irii1l'ip.lI lllld hliss lxlnitluier ilolloclr SIPLII. to a prilicilial. rl otiir. Mrs. ootilt Shovl 'i'licrc‘s plciity 0! room in the world (or all women: wily. tlicli, try to shove any one out at t e way? crnot, discussril clliics and re- it l-‘iorence ilicKililtey, oi this city. riled IIIZ .l tl R his ‘ as tlte diittghler or the cd ears a residing in New York b woltiaii , ibis-mo h T I’. w striric biitldittg. ipson aicniles. ihi school D , tillnnnll to nieci the tic-bits or chlillreii NARBERTH CATHOLIC CHURCH DEDICATED Sr. MirgarcI'5 Consecnted by Archbishop and Num- ber of Priests. A FINE STRUCTURE Nrclllilsllaii I'!tlvdrrg:i<I, aisisrcd ii a cl-llrc or niorr nf prirsll, siliillay niorliiliil dedicated st. .Nlarg:irel's tall Calliolit: church, at Narbcitll, to. HI)’ coo iicred, an on: or the ttiosr tiriiiiillul oi the lirnsllcr churches on the it ‘i Line. 7: atletttl on Mt’! erstini who iiittielsed En the parade or pril-its and cliiirclr giiiia ’ lhroilicli the slowly Talliml snow Ital r: and crosses Aivolulalr ntarhle, and inside and our was iii Dlll Ettglislt-clotliic style. with- itl wt-re three triarlile shots, decorated r e iici-asioti. The allars are un- ii ti, and aitraited III: at. l(‘II!IOI! UT all the v S been under coit- n one year. Arcliliishop Preliile the W Sllllclllll vespors wcre siiiiir lllis EV t olili la. carry, rector or church, heri- . Tliiiiorrow Bishop hi.-cort 3(IIIlillhlL'r tho cacrniiietii of colilirtiia- lion in the new church. liillnlls the clcrpyntcti Ilt- t‘cr(‘VlIlVuit‘S V, MrC;.ibzl 2 St. .llolliea's r 0 tier: Re L or St. Cltorirs’ Seniiiiary; Rev. hlit-ll.-lei hlccab Rn‘. Jaiitcs r-.-lrll-r and Rev. Jtri-lies Csrlnn. l>liEs:NTs PAINTING ' Beautllul Picture Given to Mernelv burg Academy by E. W. nk. bcnulilltl pziitlling, entitled cnicll to the catlc Lewis xrilrle 7IIl)I’inI nyilinasiuiii or Kill‘ hierceri. liilrlz 4t’:i(IclIl)’. oi hit-rcrrtliutg, y - ward w. Bok. or Mt-rinn. The tiictiiro liy 1:. H. Blaslliield rile nitlral ' or New York ‘ty, I it it-et Z I the it cotitprisirig so rirrh or silver trophic prcsoittthrec the sev n clips. e s re retards. itevet-t of T worltlis . (‘ll lite-ricatt I and no ichnbislit‘ records at dilvci-ent rnlirgc riiceis. - AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB Mn. Mi:MuIIln will srtteotsltt Mont- Inn on Maui: “III c-titcttsttt the trictttb her I - jattttil Brier, 3 M niiiglintrt, ilrs. Jatrlc Florcnce Frishttlilth. Green, Miss Mary E. ‘Potter. ullilltip Imnrevcnunt. D S eticer has been 8 Ens- cl tree rortttts each with I<lIClII.‘n(‘II<‘ and bath, one attartitterit or I room, one o attire oi the blliillilg will be :t liirlle Iulruny in tlvc rear. The work will he start d itci Easter and w I no ready i.ir occiipalicy scpienl. Ilcr Isl. ro Irtlrndnct nsuplittr. , llr. and Mrs l.cii-is Lillic. nl llai-- orrliril, trill illlroiillfc their daiighler, t‘Ii<5 Jcati Morris Liilic, at it tea at thrir IIUIIIE on Tilciilay, Tile)’ Ilho g lunc Miss Lillie tit it will ciltertaln at I lilllirlteorl and mas In cnllnrctioll with ihc llrlliration M prezcllv -h I will who attended I v. Dr. ii "Croiriiiiig the victor," has been pre. w I’:., test Arsrlcliiy trophy ' arc trophies wo Mrs. w. N. lilcililhiri. ol Ardn-lore, M’ ' ' us 0! CITY PAPERS THROW LIGHT ON MONTGOMERY POLITICS Democrats Resent Recent Appoint- ments -Old-Time Regulars Are Di spleased. Two cily papers, Ill: Pliiladtlplliu Inquirrr and III: Philadelpliin lollollrin articles: ARDMiIRE'S BITTER POST-OFFICE FIGHT .. d hilily Democrats Displcased Over Recent Appfliltlllncul-' Eilicicnt wcoiau olliclal Oulled. ...t.t i. -iii. ilsnliril. Arilttlore. hlsreh 2i crate or Ardnior oi the h .p..r.illiliielii or Al ieri . .l o- c are lit rrvitll lit-rouse I I . krill- old as pnslltt st For om a posrniasil-rshlii were ii oils, nllhonbzll Mrs. Eti.tiitn'< to a or. year cantlirlalex illr tlic with nett- rnl wtvuld iil.r rxplrc until April Ill. Isis. lllxk William s. Xorro srrelilghmiiit Dertt l y e o l t ‘s- trict had not heett consulted, and fins worlr r (7 be ill the lacl . Ill ardctti ocrat, who hail given it his time and ntoncy iii niany o hardv coltilliiiteeliien against III: o . when the atitiotinceilieni was known l'l:l Reinlil.-lll's II It: the Senate for to it n it the olri pcciple signed it. cnry a Riven by her we . I x were at work it ocrztcy was ex- rs." is s to hate tiii : ut 5 0 con lirlnalion or Ktinv made tiatite PII<I been n'r I including nltii-ty-t‘tve per cent. or ihc businrss nrnnle til the nterscholzslic records. town. Matty letter. aueslivig Irv her emci nd the ercel lent administration re sent to washing. said Illal Mr. Reinhold will as- - new duties ii oaice with very general regr o io n ly did she conduct the oRice u the highest and , ut inaugu- rate iii iiv it h which were 2. d p cral occasions lrnlti the deparlmellr. Ball Gall Active by the Ra]: Golf seaso . r r following more the ettsiiing W. B. Sllpplee, Maui-ice :1. Long. club otiiceu. preparations are be in tit Club for the coitiiiig e annual ttieettttg the clluscti to some lot yzar: President, willtt Louis C. B: Gamtttrl. Alb Albert J. Dotinhiie. Arllmr E. Rentilr. Alvin hi. i-Zlirci wells. and C. Townsend Ettpaaetti-tit Announced. Mr. Rir-hard 1‘ lord, announce: I riiiee party it the llaslc oiid Wig ,. , hi rl.-tel wcelr. I i l Helen lhur P. Bush. Iril . cadhllry. oi Haver- he engagement ‘ Catlbilry, to Mr. Ar- al New York by the patrons oi the e r not a ll r Sulicttor It-r At ry, that nine or t 4: or his M “' Recind. throw light on some recent Duxlocrialic Appointments in the POCK ETING SNUBSIN OLD MONTGOMERY Main Line Party Leaders Can't Get Over the lVay in 'WbicI.t Post Offices Are Diverted. .-o...i In 1,‘. ll-nerd. Xorrisltmrl. l’a.. Mzrcll '.‘l.-Oltl iinr I , lint-r, are very rriiirli llliiilc-ased at the n'l‘0Kl!I- thin that has I (‘ll accorded to Joli i-‘t-rry ilntlcrtalc-r, of this blirouirlt, by his a ‘ reici e IHIEII coin- in y >1 .pi-ct In tho jlleillc oi his lnwssihc ply til lh oi th s The first It 3 - we we Mai H> pines ihc county or .‘lollI5;D er cl.lliieiiiions." r in It . pl-nplc in Blllhllg so L. lzclliiirilll, .<r., lather lit Albrrl L W, W N W mm m M, ‘ v ere tiiiisr ho llir. prlipcr attitildc rice lo the ninnlicr oi cliiirrlirs in the Reitihnlil, who hit lust sec-mi-1 "W oilic-liaise, llul I Tit is surli al inward sell, as iiiaioli - nscierlee. air.-lillhicess. - as-K-ml ' y purrl; biii siliiply bttzilisc thcsc rt-t.-it l=inalIy rlicre is Srlxhrlllillg else, aoni‘c- lli.-lirded iii the seroicrs was a SoI- ”“"<="t TW"""P 0>'""'35- lars ii to sce rat-ors rail to icii. tiling Itigller, to guitic ilr liitcs. Every cniil Iliglt Mass. celelitsir-it by licil. tiow ‘mm ‘hf W95‘ 1"“-"W 415‘ who, like III('lII:<IVti, have been con- lire needs t llclicr in Uivillc gtililance J inc-i . illilroii. lcctllr ol th trick. was "N "l II" M1. W4 M = stitiit, in scascln all or or sga;un' tor i t is to answer the ollcsliali lull)-. clliirl-ii ul our Lalii oi . ilnr ,. riitie it lllliied as it .<ani' WIIIIIKI arr)‘ the l rty carirhditc xo -wlist is the best to ho rhino tliilii-r the IKIMI ltci-. lotcnll 1. iinlgan. rec. 0“ 1?‘ rile body denit-s thnt Ferry it-es ail. l-irculilsiaiicrs. tor iii the lloly rsliiily church. Man- A dam:-N-tr. hovvmr. was P“‘ -Jim" poiliitnenr to his Trltllnlvhip lor Loll- "W: niitsi all have il ll we arc going ws d an no cls Mr; D-um’: hilth ltelwrs tfltrn ii was gressiiiaii nil. lit-tier. uui iiirrc l to do our day's wrlrk in tho right way J hoe. nl st. l=llihsliieiia'a ME, whxsprrrtl that “Rettthc-id’ was the liirire M'OII( Ilvrlll that his "int and help Dlilers to do Illlllgs the right .i. w : stilid act. it h Rev Mme svlrm-1 sat t"dxd Iiol ti(‘I'(JId him a more iiicra. Mylo c , . Deniiicratr oi tI1e“Olrl cllarri" who ,; 2 W W", M, 1, ii 53; jpj ,,‘,,yp op. mp, , ( ,, had iiotliallccd at the nalncs ol liiiiic-an is W I, 0 mm I ml, and MW Mr-. smiley smith. it Rev. Dr eph M. corri. and Re-Ill“-I-t 5's “W W W1 W05 trait-hiig eitiilliscs, and enltisr Ir-Del A special ironl scrniittiti. . ati- unn. nl st. cniulitbns chlircli, prcithv "Mia" when the younger Rp --lm'ds oier ilie crilllity ill ills line or w tit nnuiicrs the deal‘! nl ills sianlry rrl it.l tcrnioii lianis was it ‘ l- ,-ry wit 5!) Eiuse U) Dlfcndcrlcr in s as to be recognized cal Ilcultnalll of lllr: Ct I> soiall. Tim! is why sonic pconle lhouglll ht- W lid h ‘ cl Nclrrlslu for reasons lic- III: riril [lr)$lxII:I>(el'$ p oicr Ft'rr)"S head to ‘Albert xiicul local editor. inclining to i-ieacorlr. Tlic assessor or onc or III: ii-ants oi rcorrislowli i. ontlioriiy tor the crate- 't:h he (‘Ir u :tIl ere DUIIOCFZIS but e, and he iurned Dttiillcrar itnin woshingtttiii ll to the tray the assu- se tltittteiti 5.“. o 5 As a o spirit pre- it - rolling in tlii- schiiylkill vallcy iii lic- t s held in Clinsltohoclten the other In glit. Mitre I.ll:uI ion active llld ilig netttoi-rats were present in lo-as lorttlcd, still eiery mail in attend incl joined. Thu oiliccrs chosett were such btorliitlcnt business nten and citi- Carroll. Edward Clark and Joli rl R ly, t‘olirih ward; iuilll cotiriehy, rt-.iiit II J. Rallzll. clirls harrcll. , > F. riionia y the Gubernatorial chair. dmore Rznntlul. tr dwar HMS.’ recently appointed postniasier at horbcrth, i ral :uutts. Miss Cass: - iutirepreseilted in the present annual eit- liililriott. in bi 15 second, Czrrigan, Brow WOMAN CARRIES OFF 'GOLD IIONOR MEDAL hiiss Mury Cassatt the will- ner cf 1 Notable Art Award. GIVEN BY ACADEMY Tllc Gold Medal oi Honor ol the ltlslilelny oi the Fine Arts the it tsl award in the gills oi the iilsriiilthllr and one or the lllthl rallied ort trophies in the entire (0IIlIlI'y, has been award- ed to Mar)’ Casual, a Plliladelphta lvaintar, who hat I>(‘tll iii-ilig in Paris malty )‘9d>s. Tl-ic ttiedal ii pit-en by the Board or . bold is Ia cati painter or stir ptor hibitor at the Atatlettiy, or represented in the pernlanctlt collection. c may a i a in the "for eminent teriice to th s I rt,‘ or the Au em). T onnr a to II) Miss Czsszlr i lhb lllcdal has it ml. and this year (or ror set‘: it is ary Cassatt is recognized in Eur- M ope even more that: ill iicli art; characteristic or those mixttfs. Miss Cassatt is the sister ol the late. A. J. Czsxail, lorltter president or the Pent-ls, miss Ra.lrmd Com ‘an Naverford neieatea. toes i-out 5i: i o i’lin'sh. cases the judges had diiiicuity iii judg- in; between the work of the come. atits. Drizolllal Ii.-irs-First, i-iilic P e iticks, Brow . second. Jones, iitoitn; third, Vol: . Hai'!.rlDrl‘L club 5WinginRvI:il’Sl, Havertord; second, st-liizil third, Finch, ilroiiii Parallel ilors clrriglles, Bro ‘II; 4 Firsl. i-liticls, wailles, not-erlord; llwli. H waples. i-incl-lcirll; snecmld, “lgltr, lllou-ll; third. ixlboli. row ll. 1- in illg-rirst. i-lin hlow ; - hird. sitar. pies, Hat-errord. cotirorettce Appointments. Il'l<I- Do A- 0- Dull a H. nail, and . illclllrl J. RVIVI Club nwyd. H. ; <2 Geckle it-iii nipply at cladu,-llc. e unoccupied Firms. APDII on a . The deptinrtient docs ritit dc ill. iortriation regarding hints that ave ‘ occupied or that are being operated. alp stislto. y C. Nurinan, of New-town Hart 5 Square. (mind a lame snake on Mon- Nlinnan has tit: dead snake on ax- Arriiliore candidates "had no show because he did not work (or Dilcttdt-tier, ii-as patttcullirly du- c cal Democrats. is expected to lake of- Ec: as I Dlicndcriu lleutcnarll next tuck SPECIAL NOTICE The Annual Meeting or in ocI(- lioiders oi Ihe Bryn M or any will be hit at thsTiln”‘oe. or corlip the companv on Thursday, April IBM, or 9 o‘clccL w. ill. oi Directors to serie tor the year will be hel place. tl at the same :Ime and Jollx s mitltlrlu .5. Mctswyl