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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXII, No. 40 [41 sic], Saturday, July 15, 1911.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XXII, No. 40 [41 sic], Saturday, July 15, 1911.
24 June 2015
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
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‘ E . 7 ,, [ll.(““;! ti ‘, lgthltltlt ‘ ‘ VOL. XXII, N0. 40 ARIIJMORE,VPAi.7SAE'lll:1lAEUIaY 15, 191! crnxcn Tgnn chills NEWS NOTES, LOCAL. PERSONAL. GENERAL Itenls of- Interest Plckld Up Here and There for Chronicle Readers. POINTED PARAGRAPHS ui-ln ll. lvheu you hilre ncrnst the uiitp. w n abroad you roam. Then it i you leitrn to Ip lltt your hm-net ‘ ‘Miss Mary Cleaver has returned from a trip to nerniuda. ‘ [all our tot tspeople are enioying vacation by seashore and among the nioitttta ltlr. sttceii B. LIul'd and ianiily will spend the remainder oi the suinnier at watch ni . .l. '- litiss htary B. Nonh is at Asbury - Park. N. 1., where she will reniaiu tor the suinnier. 7 Twilight service to-niorrow at 7 o'clock in lilattlaew sinapson M. 13. Church. Mrs. Alexander Heron Duirioon, ol st. Paul's road ll spend neirt month at Chelsea. r. Mrs. Howard nutclier. with their interesting iainily,sre spending the stiicinier at Birds’ Nest camp, near westerle , R. 1., ideal cainp planned by Mrs. Butcher. Airs. nniiiel shupert and iiirnily, ,ol criclret overiite,leit on Thursda - for noloware water Gap. where they will spend the next two weelrs. . I a Miss Margaret Azpell, of Athens .‘ avenue, has gone to Mattituclr, . N. Y., to remain the rest pf the ‘ mnnth. Mr. willioirt J. Byrnes, Jr., and iisniily, or coulter iiticnue. are reg- istered at seiictri x-riill, lvildwood, seri-ices rat the Baptist church tn-rnorrow will be as follows: wot. aliip and sernion, 10.45 A. I ch ; t' A. lit. ' - i l=rol. H. J. wightrnan, superin- tendent oi Lower liderion Schools, eft with his familv early in the week rot New Berlin, N. Y.‘, to spend a well-earned vlcaliml. Dr. x-laiiipton Brown sailed last , saturday. on the steamship Phila- - delpliiia, for Europe, where he will spend the restor the sitninier. 3 .Mr. George Petersnn and raniily . are suriiriieritig at Cape May, N. 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. Linn Seiler have gone to Chautauqua, N. Y. ' Misses Emily and Louis: Kain have returned lroin a trip to Eer- nz did. Mr. Albanu's Harmer and Mr. '3 Kenneth McFarland leave today . lot it two-weelrs ttay at wildwood, N. Ji .‘ - I Mr. and Mrs. William Kendall have gone to Atlantic City for the] remainder of the summer. Mr. James Clarke and Ianiily, of valley road, have gone to Newport, . R. L, for the stttniner. Mrs. J. Weldon, who lelt early in the season for an extended European tour, is now in ‘ lilr. and Mrs. Edward Hornet - Lelaoutilier are at the Chelsea Hotel to remain several wee s. . At st. Paul's Lutheran Church tcnrnorro ' i 35 BOYSCOUTS AT PEQUEA CREEK CAMP Ardnmre Yolltlls Enjoying Outing of Pleasure and Duty Combined. CHOSE AN lDEAL SITE At 8 o-clnclt. no two large slght-t Fridhy ninrniiig tail. ng iiuioniobilei itart c. A with th-rt lptnl court i too. o puny. The boy. Ind a delightlul ride to uowningloiiin, where they toolt the train lnr venues and Irrived in esnip at 3 o-cloclt in the nlternooo. Belote they could with Iheir teull iltoweri come up, liilloiterl at night by I In lbnt “the 3 teoirt is cheeiiiil nnde all cir- cnrii.t.antesx- The boy. iound their is III old house and slept on the tlooi,ritteen in a mom The next day the troop grit the tents n at Ardiiiore have paid sand irisiis to the playgroniirl, riialtinir i-, ,y , A riuin iriiited the plaitroiinil, liriii o t to go alone, > them the little PUBLIC PLAYGROUND IS VERY POPULAR Three Weeks’ Record. Shows an Attendance of 3000 Children. WORK AND PLAY one or the lliulplrxl and liiitiett ptaeet in Arihnori- it the public plays UVEI’ lllrre lIlt2II- llleldail)’ aireiase til iatteiiilanec nearly two hundred. ticr ol Ill: rnritlieri llavr also ’ng itli hit with are it tots who -are too yri enuu h e delighted with the s i e it to h boir, the sliding board and V:l’IOIl5 other appliances provillud by tile‘ Play- - onrid committee hi. i. . Diiriiig lllc re.-t-iii it-ireie llul spell it wzs the anti iii ltlrs. vntey and lint assistants to keep the t’llII(Irc at riiiiet at posoi e, so a great deal iii iirlu-trial trail. was Diovidcd. To those who pass up and down Ard- rnor entte during the hours that the e at! playgroirrid is open, it is a ‘IIII tar stir t to see groups or (lHIlIr(n sitting around their teacticri and each ' one liu.y wit GLADWYNE NOTES lIl'l’KiIy l1‘tlIIIVyll'2llI l:ll<rvI city on on , and was at lIlt> tvert l-hiladi-lphin and in e tliir lDWlhI‘nll'Ii Culo el Itlr :l)xl<I;lll . The ..ii..t stiiiil.-y school will chapel ground; a lawii it-le on the ciiciiing. Cakes, tliiitiri will he on llr. uiidlaiii'i sinitoiiuin i vlllagc i icll. All the are tt lieitii; traiisloinicd into and attrat-tiie aliutlcr II was the pit-:lallre ritli r- in iiitr-riiri Slltlck, Ilmll Illrrc Wars :30 ot liiirhea iiiiilicriraties in central Schuul, l'lllI‘4sl<‘IIt T lilvulr a. he I5 who it a iieinarltalilc ntaiitei-en at so part or lit.- in ttie drntal dcpartniciit oi the Uni- i ii 'a, was rudderilr ill on the eirpiess lroin Atlantic - rrnioicd Io stiiniiiiiig lightly oier the roads around In tit llr rl Frank . Kentilrirk, is a piosperin-t- earrilirlate pies and other good sill i a tilt old buildings i, lilies ixlaty llileya it this xlaririry til the writer the P SUMMER ASSEMBLY The lvreiliiteriaii suiiday selionl i ri.i..i., AT COLLEGEVH-lE .uulrVl’nIngIll Nrirpe woridi. Music I try the band made the pirtiic u vrry en- Prominent Clergymen on the iniyalilc all.-i'r. , Dr. F 1’. K llailtcr. demonstrator P"’g"“' l P“’f' D'P“f"“' ‘ed Iain: Musical Director. 4TH ANNUAL SESSION on The program or the Cullegeville As- hi all! ineet o it .-pn r y in. s. seiiilily, w ch ii the oath around. on Ar nor: amt -- Dunn l=i-get seedi has purchased a brand ol this month lor its ionrtli annual ses- Illa II-we l-mks lust um II-r rm!-ll u ni-w lndian tiiiitoroiicle, a is now sioiis, has been complete an is an- iollow vrttbar. mm as 610 P. M.-Sullarl Serrir lariijaniiii Bunii Rover, Pliilailelphia, 7-is . .!l7Auditnriuin, Rev. Floyd ll’. Toiiihiiis, 5. T. D, Fhiladtlpltia, wirtrnnait, )I‘Ll' at. hoid lllis q3o A M-Bible lluur, Rev. Pro I: cieorge llaiidy wailes, ursinus col- go. toss A. M-Rrtl. l-‘lnyd w. Tern- hiiii. S, T. D. rnry 6m P. S1-Eltsnod S siiyder, M no no ker Ilavc trturiied lrrini llollzi Laticasttr, P: -ltearli, ti-lit-re thcy littte heeri speiiiliitit 745 p, M-R.,, 1,. Landfuhv D, 17, the lax! twri ucelt. . V'asIltlIIe, Teriii. am A ll-sutidar Sihnol top A hi-serrnoi-it Rev. tloii. D. D Philadelphia. Hush ' iit piir. tint on Y mm too P. M-Bible study, Rev'C:u. ll’. Richards. D. Di. Latieaitrr, l=a. early 630 P. ll-lzeii. A, Edwin Keigw-in. s n D.. bow 745 P. M,-Rev. lra Laitdritli, D. D, utisii r. it-nit at John Cor- Ynrlt. h I puny viv ceiii.-d h it till: and this at the , , V, mm from 1-1 um-mim new hm little white tchririt lrottse. lllr. Thorriai pm, ,,,,,,,, pm,‘ Gm ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,, M, M than-I lot the lmk =-nu - iv was then instriictrir, arltl-ll: in- V R, Wumn ,,,.,d,,mymg,,R hm. On out or two or the cxcesstvslii fIIh'IIC('<I greatly the e (ll. this now N5 ,L,,,‘gpg,,. ,,, L,,,d,,..,V D 5, turn dig and the Ardrnore troop pennant. ““"‘ “Y5 ""= ""‘4""- V-“‘l “K 5"l“f‘ rerieralilc octogeitariati. Prof. shoclr mm P. A‘[-‘Rel Ed,,,,,,, 5, pm,,,,,.' -pp,’ pm my, , ,,,,,,g,,,,, ,,,,,dy my VI=DYi‘8=“I'”“‘I am-ml the 9-il--0 In told at II mus rig irteidciitt til the old D, D‘, Gm,,S,,,,,g' p,‘ .,,,,.,,,“,,,,p ,.,sd,,‘,,,c,,,,,,,, 1,. -1 bl: II I 0 C =c‘"'0["“-fS= fl"! II at tlt square Many ul the seeriet 40 P‘ MFR“ A. D. “,,,m,,g,,. M," g ml: mm: ch “mum spent the alteriioon, either in listeiiiiig he ,,N,,,,,,, ,, , e,.,.c..,t, . > mg, -a‘ t - well lot the water buelret.iii.de “H “'“""'“<““‘“m “' 'i‘''K'''E- ""1 oi the cii torus thtn are the ciistnins "S 1,. MFR“; M," para", 5.,“ cl white dint roch- rid are now engaged 0"‘! 4 '7“ WES: ‘W “>0 “WY "I i iw, wc s ll usc nil laiiitn we ml‘ 9, 73,, ctitnago, lri rnnhing nu trrnurnehtnl rustic ru ing ““ WP ' f“,“S>’ 0‘ “K “W pttitip our in er, and tie s ' hare the ,,,,,.,.,,,y, iiiionsr i, around the dining pnvilian. M“ Y “ C'““K 8‘ “‘ "‘ "‘“It‘"‘-l- tild stage hit.-1 Many Lll the itteiderits J, A‘ M,g,i,ic Hahn p,,,t, cm, I doiriinocs an clkesid are played, Q i ,1”, 3,, , ti igpnited . ha. been. worlriug induc- ior the pr triously eirery day tnking pniiitt ttriying "‘ ire There are are prises; L Acettihcste on parchment gt en the scout muster hating best tlhsrourid troop. ' 2, A pair or large rrioose horns to the patrol mating the highest iiuniber ol pointi in scouting during their stny iii (Imp. " A leiitherpoeltet lritol scout too the individual scout irialcirig the high. . M ‘ to est number or points. 4. First lid In the injured mII5t la the boy parsing the high average in stat aid worlr. . s. keeping their tenti end camp in heat can. ditlon V rn thi prise points are glren trni nny article, urn. entul or uselul, made by the boy. tor their i-atop. on saturdty last the Ardtnore troop totilr n hilre nI' lour niiles down to the rauine lbrough Ivm miles 'du nl h diet were built ttud the boys plslrd lhelr cooltirig. includ- g ba , bimuils. On the way he cutiip a number of l erri pasted the exlmlnlllun by identi- lying ten kinda til trees. . Th‘ In went on nnolher hike to ill: cold care. This cure run. into the inuuntui nyeru thnuitind teet, and the ternperature ii ulinoit down to lreeririg Th he care, lleading, west Yhilldel ' u to rate camp gtou It is Iul sight to tee thin ioagnihcent country doth here Ind there Will‘! llile t tlying truth the pp The ptogr or lot the day lreepi the boys occupied all the time, and they stein to In having a delightlul Ind pront- able titne. A dipistalren In the Yequn Creek in the root iog, belote breuhliiit, yer tio-cloch sud rwiiuntirig in the i-t one by special permission at which tiineo the rd 5 o'clock, two boats are on gun ‘S at n. eiieuitiiz there is n gathering or the boyi around a huge eiinp are, where the ctntp business is trinaicted reports are iiinde ol the things teen and done during the ay, trad aocitl uliv i - a . ice cream and iancy goorls tor c oisen no repieirentstiiits iroin the Aid. innre troop Ito the cunip couneil. . The ttlorristown boy. hare been wnrtr. hsrd. Anion. other, things, they tile itepi down to the spring and D h e ui inade u betuiiiiil basin in the spring tor I'll Illel Alarge tent with lly tor the troop I aitainitig high edit ' T Ki ls old Arcade, bet u us it he triih the heat, and there structots at one til these points. ltlrs. lainei D, wiiidsor was one of the vlsllors at the plny lot whole and presented the children with beauti- lully illustrated cripics ol (:riintii‘t atid Atide oiiis Fall’ t The have been inueli appre-oi.iti-d try the eliiltlreii. talc is vas ey tittciitls a iiioit corrlial to all ititcrcitrd in the wol- OUTDDOK CONCERTS llrninure Ind ll my vhurtdey II-nIll[: llurliig July and Iu[II.Il. Tiursday circtiiiig thirii August, and lirgtiiiii g Tlittrt- nnitt wee . e diruclur ot the Arilniiire Coxlcltrl lxaiid, organized about a ymr ltohcrt w. rullcr, who lie was in. s hair cuts coiiiict-tcd wt h it c Hall:-y FIYCII4, atlditioii has had charge it nines oi llHl<lCnl summer parks Ol dillcrent ciiii tier his direction the Airliiiiire liiiiil is and in various -it-riry. . e not to lie Klvtll in ciilar ll)(alIoll, acrniitiiiit n D uclor Fullnr sectional plntloriii is being litiill ltir tltt- Tliiis cotter- s iioi l est vllrliun oi the lllcllllly til Latina.-tor and ntle I e Iul ll eerts run he urn at the p bl grounds, and their in iiiore Iclnole tiiiiis, so that all may c iiy ihciii Yealhlllg at slpnty-Nine. lenry Eddlenian. 89 y4'ir-t olil, who lines with his daii hlt- , ltlrs lda wiri- cladwyn, is cutting his th d lie has cut elt-ireii w' iiti past Iew niiinths at home. the boys liaiie not been bothered been a delighttnl breeire blowing. Pnlrol built!’ hliix rleining lull loaeph Morgan ore expected to yoin the troop this wrelt. i heard in going to thin lt none, etc.. ltnowleilgc ol the enrly r touniry nnrtol woods enseht. i it will a sure treat lor the boyh to bare hlnt with th ii 1. ii J t some oi the in. H , ,, iiliia tli.it has not changed sin-e is “all orgaiiiratiiiiis at the eted ' Ull i riiay he raitcd to lull e. gr Throughout the opprcssitiely hot nu.-on FEDERATION FORMED iii a a ztrc iitctitht-ri oi the Main Line lilatn L rial visitor, thc litiiiies t-oiniittttii i one who in iit urin lilaur and u I es, and that sliirittial litinii where o di- ionii will siipplcitit-tit the worlt ol the VI) The siitiril iiiiiiiir, whose calling [wllllll her in ‘ closer toticli the it-ligiotis lilo and needs or the pli-. Wlll -h t as! c collgvcgaliull, exit-ullillll lllc illllllcllc: 0 (‘hurt lit Id llle dnt-rvillg (her: have bee rzllltlllt and 0 IV one oi the cliicl this IS ‘ re tent is Illl: lcileration. The trio ing ltill lylllpallly aruong 90 ACRES SOLD tvl Lena Largo tr. lliret dr lilchliilliii have sol nriiarles lzrothcts and the Laird ctiit any a lr:ll:I o lull miles llurll in ground it near lhc lzed nose city. which was sold to lo will erect on the ground in luture. r ("“‘<"'i e-.-..- il.-, citireris- ’ "a-nuitsniir. tuorsrr pyo A. M.wBiIlIe Hour, VAIIICII orgntiizalion isdoins discent conso- . llculltll, Ihlli allvzllclrlx Ill: llllcrexls til tho clirirelici, wit rout aitti, is (‘led I t ' . iiiii.-li o the dtllcrcnt church- she cw: i. the work iii .-tiliiiittisleriiig charity it issions, scarcely avoid- It ahlc without a tliorotigli systeni, arid “. clirrccl ' church pcople. il lor the villanoia ltn Krtirsley V lllixchalli ml, by 0!: same brollrrll In: about half A million dollar). ll Idiuills lhc roplzrlir o Wnyl-l: IlI:Vc:zlli which he the 9 H ndy waden tots A. ltl.el=resident Joseph H. D Frederick, lld. l.-Rev. lorries ll. Farrzri LL. 1)., Br in P Apple, Ph. 51- ‘.00 P. ll 6 Oxford. P: 745 P. M.-Rev. John Baleoni show. Chluchlt cl It-yn nvr Arrange to D- D. syttotutlu the table wurlt whrnxrslur. AI.'ol'o‘l‘ 2. Tllt- crtllirrcgalittlls of the VIl’I0lIS 9.10 . M Aliihle Hour, Prol. Geo. t-lttlrt-Ilt-s r-I [hyll Mdwr have Iornled 3 Handy Wailcl. ll’(lc'(Jl'llhIlI(lLZIl'lgII ll"! mot sysIem- mos A. M.-Rev. Iulln BIICOIII ‘ ion ul charity nlllon the Shaw. D. D. tltxervlllg poor as well as th iuttlier- 400 P. M.AR(V. A, G. Kynett, D. Di; nllte oi rcligiti s c urn. the Plliladelpltlz. )5! active In prulrtriltng ll 5 zllizlncr .50 P. lll-Rev. Paul S Lrilltucll, w s Rev. r‘ a or the chiireli ol Eastall. Pa., tlle Rt-di-elttrr. Aisilctdlc-1 in the moves 7.45 F. Iil,rRev. James M. Farrari llle re llln c I m mtn wh re. 74; F. lil.-Rcir. liiltn lialenin iitly shaw, D. D itiri The music throttghout will be t-liaigc pt I’ l 1. Lincoln llall. iiiir.e that i. eriiiilnycd by the c to . Associ. ' ii. and cor wlto Philadelphia, with Mr. walter De Fre- tlii-ri- i. sir.-ti tl.-iiiaiid that lontaii-re, or rristown. Pa, as iii an :ltI iii iiortc is be eoiitnanist. INSPECT PHILA. & WESTERN Ofllceli with Luhlnh Valley Tnvllll Ofllclill Ga Over Road. A tour ol inspection ol the Philadel- ' pliila and western Railway was ma e 0ITlcers' club oi the with peo- gu dclphia a g ai way. The con- struction woilt on the Plliladelpllla and W stern Railway iii-as hiund to be pro- s o I T (C - “ndrlll ol > ‘r - t-asi oin lollK river into C many hits have been made between villanoira and Noriistowii, iii le concrete wnrlr is progressing, The otnceis‘ clubs were talten over the Philadelphia and western ltoin strarlord Io siaty-ninth and Market tween the two lines through trains would be brought into Philldtl Ind llcnry s. xctbaugh, Rkhlrd 0. wood, passengeri landed at city Hall in less Clilllolt cage and others. The consiih than two hours and lorry titinutes lioiri ciation 530000. or II Ililz rate or Allentown Mr. stcvens also read a 3000 nor iirre Tlic nroadrs lariii has trlegrain lroiii stroudsbuig, announc- lierri iii the laiiiily lor pair )5!) years. iiig that the new electric rail ay coin The Arrowiniiilt creclt. which runs plriiiig the last liiilt between Pmllnmli tliroiigli the property, IS noted tor its pa, and the Delaware water Ga hi-ttirieal e est purchaser, would he in nprratinn August i. laiiiis xoili rage, pi!!!) i dinner was giiien in the eireiiiiig at valley rm: over which 1:. c. spring. assistant to t c president or the Philar delphia and western ltailvt-r, pruidzd. ii‘ sr--ea aVZ““"“x',. I nut iiourieed by central Srrrzlary Lonelts as it a Rein ooltl;' - - ' . M.-Rev. R. Howard Taylor, ‘ t. Pral. ceo. ‘“ considcrahle pop "“ H . t haw ion is . heartlelt aynipatiiy to to ARCHERY REVIVED BY MAIN LINE FOLK Delightful Contest Held on Grounds of the Merion Cricket Club. SOME PARTICIPANTS weelt saw the bvulll rig ot a new sport. or to be sttirily a eurat the retinal oi an old onc, on the .‘lalll l.iiie Areheril what n'lCI'I'IDl'It5 ol hia- r I;tt'l have bren as-crialril tiitli the rl iil arelieii. The real ti-tiya: or this sport began a in lziigiarid, arid iiiiee I544 an iriipetns has been Sivan the rsiiie which has '- la-tcd aliroatl iiritil to-day ' d o re. r as a pastiiiie ei.sts iii the united states uiiiil at U1: close oi the war or l"I2 since tlicii until the rirst all li1r't‘l nltt-‘ring W15 held lll C engo iii lm artliery itiay he triiiiited also alllrmg Arrlcrlca-l spar’) FIt.'i:ldt‘Iltl,ta Il;a‘ only recently meiiihers o Cricliei Club hsic driiie so lI'l(‘lI(I) the s authorities that the r:)cs are trained, the hugs E)-llzhllcd and an erect earria deiiclriped, while tllt; hands and ariiis arid liodi- rniisclcs are in gcntritl cier- ciied iii archery. Anions tli-ise iiiriied to partiripate c :1 .8 .9’ and who iii I)’ all llltm tried the l IVE how lor the hi-it time were Alisa G Lo rey. Miss W. B. Fr nl<lIl1, Miss 0 hi. B ting, ms l,'sai-rcs, Mrs B. Barlow, lliss Eileen Arltlw, Miss ‘ler, llies Elttaheln Rurik. 5-ayrcs, ' Lillian wootl. tzeriter. Miss sareii. The drt-ssts wrirti Iur this enntcai were iiiristly sriit, loose, ones, or alight and pretty irintc al wliieh gate the necessary ireedrini to the arnis lot the sport and stood out as bright color bits on the green law-it upiirt ' rrtehclt p iianditap til 24 and Cutttitry Club, 7t; Jesse Kalle, lilei-inn, 3 ‘ . MIDSUMMER GOLF ON MERION LINKS Reynolds Made Best Gross Score in Philadelphia Asso. ciation Tourney. PRIZES AND SCORES Tllr Sl'('l)r1Il aiiiiual ii .l:IImll)t'I’ trini- iiaiiieiit ol lIl: (‘iuli Association 0 deiphia, wliirla was bold at the hie- rion crirlt-.t Club l-liierlord, saint- proved a great sircre T-oer so starters and or these 63 hand- ed tn scores The lourrlrtn-leilt was held at t e rili Asset-iitinii oi PIlllat.Ir'pb'J Inndlczlps, and II’ul ihry w-orlicd out ttetl iias [lrowd by the iact that the rirst 20 iiirai were clJ=z‘y‘ buiiched. day. were tlic bc-l Ht! score with a ct l’0Lll‘tJ ol 2:. score of 67. net st-are oi GS. l i<eiriiild., oi the .tro.-iir.iirilr crii-her cluli, also a as his not s, at c. r par with a tulcl or 35 strotes Fur the seeoiid riiiie li .t-s lic mile 39 - srrtites, eiiiiig liiin a giririd t..ial oi d nllllh holes Ile I15 one ltn lle cxcecdud her only on the cigliih hole aiirl that by one stroke. ["cI1'Il'l.. hlerion. Liiteaweai-er, Mertutn The . cards or the prize wiriiicrs and suinitiary tolloii: F Ferttiey, .xler-:oii;- . . t. 55 444347-to -- .-444455557-4:43 Ha reap. in; net score,’ ,. W. ll, tteytioltls. iurnirih- ut. 443444354-ls 4 5 ;l 5444 5 svsa-74 i-itlirap, 6 net score, Lid. rinan “felldcllr hlcrioih 53 4 A 5 3 5 4 4 so . 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 t-33-76 irlieop, it; not score. . Icvclnncl, St. a s, , hh Dunlap, ]r., Mcrinn, 7t; H. :1 ltlccall, go lla He 0 I It ads were l>Iared- , , R. I; crimtli, hleririri, 7i; J. I. Lt rnaiiy varieties in sha s as u,,,mm' I i , . “-,,;,,,,,,,,t,‘ 7,; her: til the wiotnert corite L g,,,,K,m pcmpi V C , nl bliie, Pink: tellnw p,b).,,, , p 1.,‘ yr worn with scaris I) 9.? he ltin or on t technical one disk. “oil the gold," as the t has it. The wiitniitlz hi the handsome tirites tc arcllrry (0IIl('Sl illcludt-(I: Mr. O. 5.1 sayres. hlr. ll. Tow-risciid. Mr. w. Taiiiall, Mr. williarii . stit- llaniiiioiid, llr. M. llebrtrdi Mr. G. 5. holes, Mr, F. hzwitig, Jr., J. wood; Mr. sliarw-oiid, lllr. w. B. Frzllklill and hit. 0. E Retolutlnn tat Respect. Bryn Illzwr, P:-. Iul)‘ lo, mu.-Al I and llleeling OI Amt-ti 51. 0. U. A. M, licld e date, the lollowing resolu- tion was lInalIlllIoIISIy adopted Arllhercas, lt has pleased God in His iiitinite goodness to Y(‘lIIUv our midst our late lirritlicr, wil- = Aliiiiglily et- in ready to assist the Council, lzesoliieil lie grind worlt e That this ctiuiicilltender its tiny and relations 0 our dwtascd hwlllu In their and zfllicuon. Resolved, That this resolution be en- tered upon the niinutes oi thii counoil ‘ rion, 72; ll. w. s w. T. sears, Aroriiinink, 73: A. co ' iiiilr, 7;; G. 0. suddarils, oner- 7,i, J. I, nlaltc. st. D:l-itfs: lit. shoch, Aroniminlt, 7t; 13 Race, nelricld. n; W. N. llar-hett; Arm brook. 7:; hle: 4 . I- 7, L w. E. ll. Jones, Phil - 75-. . F Biirilrs, Me- ll:lItoII. wliitc-innrsli, 7 : . G. coeble, Et:Il'lcIdi . . Ci. Gibbs. hlciiriii, 75; w, J, llihhs, St. Davids. ; ll. ll. Ni -toii, rraiilriotd, 77; w. ll. Thatcher. spriiigliaaen, 77; 1, N. no llairert, st. DavitI'Si77: C. B. Buck, ' nr. ll . Fisher, Phila- 7 d pliia cri rion, 75: T. 1, ll. hlccall, h, 3 w. sargenrir, hier- iriii, 72;; F. L. niclting. ltala, 7n; 5. IL clorlr, lilercliaiitiiillc, 79; ll. I. wil- ltiiiglilay, hit on 7o 5. sliarwooil. hierion. i ;A. F llustori. St. Dtivitls, 79 w. E wilsoii, l=raiiLlorrl, so; ll. 11. l-‘r:aiiciiie, t-liiladelpliio crit-bet, so; w. Aroriiiiiinlt, ,1. N ‘b l. l. llsiy l-l. liihiieoii, cl er, lltiltt d. lt.. lilerion. bx; 0 Ne Jariies, springli 82 list rison Tow-riserid. Aroniniiiilt e A. L wliecler, st. '5, set E. lclces, nel- hold, 8;; -. s. eh l. llarrison, couritry Club, r. . ' Bk; 3;: A, N. wood, Aro- . L sc warts, lilciioii. Frinklunl, as; w. 1. W; E.‘ Ind : co 0 I em be bit"; Io t; In - ii :;':.'1‘lh5‘bf:rmg:f,=;;=‘l;",[;1,";p:m The baseball garne scheduled lot thii G. H. Dem,‘ x 1. , Jig. atternonri between wayne Ind Ard- cowan. Ex. c.: w. J. Litreiiberg, hit. more, at rd 0 e. has been changed c.. coniin te niutrial consent to played at A ‘ mum M“ "H W ytte. ‘ e rd ore stounds are 5 WI so 0 pres w . want tl ll h ceivedthut a-Laura R.SlaIey,IlIncI0r pm :,m:0'“ "“ ”"”"’" "‘ “I "5 o tnuiic ii the towns Ichools, and V A M wolf” who ha. been taking a ouniinert-ourne a cotnelll:niiersity,b.a been culledlo hrrhonie in Shippvnihulg.-P1,, by the ninth o her lather, which occurred 7! =1n.=?. Villa St. E-I-uu Fu Cr-all-Ill An. .I s. it teat attendance this alternoort cId:I1 these teams meet there in the tecntta ,.a...a.