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The Muslin Underwear Sale is without precedent. One Wednesday and one Saturday only remaining before stock
To do so we have made a final clearance of all stocks throughout the store— j
This in addition to the many lines advertised last week and continued all this week make this the
Read them carefully and "come.
Sale !
Our Greatest January
taking begins ; both days we want to make interesting to you and us.
Price redactions that mean great savings to you.
biggest and best sale over held in JVilmington. Great values for Wednesday.
Muslin Underwear
Women's and Children's
Our sale of Underwear enters upon the second week
with better values than ever before and with larger va
• riety and quantity. Note our prices.
Corset Covers—gone, muslin—surplice neck, full size.
12 Pic
Worth 20c, sale price
Cambric Corset Covers. Worth 39c, for
Other good values, 39c. 50c. 75c. $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
Hrawers -Misses' and Children's—extra heavy mus
lin: three tucks finished with hem; still all sizes, from 1
to 14; worth 25c. Sale price
Women's Cambric Drawers,'well made, with rufTTc
and hemstitched tucks; worth 38c pair v Sa!e price..25c
Many good styles from which to choose from, 39c,
50c, 75c, $1.00. $1.25. $1.30-and $j.oo.
Skirts—best value ever offered, good, heavy muslin
skut; worth 75c. Sale price
Others from $r.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50.
Gowns—regular 75c Gowns, heavy muslin ; tucked
yokes, hemstitched ruffle. Sale price while tfley last...59c
Many choice styles from $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75
to $2.00.
Ladies' and Children's Aprons
White Aprons, worth 25c. Sale price
White Aprons, worth 39c. Sale price
White Aprons, wortli 50c. Sale price
White Aprons, Worth 75c. Sale price
Crosby & Hill
Crosby & Hill
605-607=609 Market Street
We quote here just a few of our bargains that will astonish every
one who knows something about furs.
Single Fox Scarf in Isabella or
Sable, with natural brush jjQ
tails- . w
Natural Mink throw CO RfJ
ties, 60 inch long- JU
American Marten sçt consist
ing of long throw tie and
large pillow muff. Nicely $ 6.98
Double Fox Scarf, made of two
skins in Isabella or Sable, C 7 QQ
80 inches long- .* |,3 °
French Coney sets in brewn,
white or chinchilla, made in long
tie and pillow muff-« $ 3-98
Siberian Marten Scarf, double
or lined. 80 inch long, large care,
elegantly trimmed and 50
6c8 Market Street.
I' '
Friends' School,
Fourth and West Streets,
Wilmington, Del.
•t. ..«„n
ntru- Uon. erM1 * -ji. -.-—.I«
&TSS * EfÄK tZl
Primary and Kindergarten Depar,-,
monte. Transport mI on provided for
II .* .c. Inu'Ar BVii* llliiu.
' ad£e..
A first-clans «Fry school, with courses
t>f study fitting for either college or
Dnuduess. Sixteen experienced teachers.
Ex ellent equipment. Thorough In
A. M. Prin.
experienced, quick and accurate; reply
gpins ago, reference, previous expcrl-ncc
t.nd salary expected. Adctrels P. U. Box
M6, Wilmington, Dçl.
Frilling health compels me to retire from
the howling business. To this end I will
well at Public Bale. Thursday, January
Bist, 1907, at 2 p. m., the Wilmington Bowl
Jng Academy consisting of sixteen latest
improved Brunawtck-Balke-follend.r Go«
Riley«. Exceptional chance to tmy « wen
established bunlness free of All dbbt In the
midst of the bowling season.
Fifth and French streets, W1L, Del.
Cecil's largest hog this season was
killed by I. Lum Holt, of Elk Neck, and
•weighed 627 pounds.
The Salisbury Courier has pwchasi d
& new central site, upon which a
handsome new three-story office buHd
Ing will be erected.
AfaJl nn/1 spinal Injury have pu!
Hamuel Hurlock. an age.! and wealthy
Farmer of the First election dlstrU-t of
Cecil, It, a. critical condition.
Paul D. Cnavath, chair«nan of t.-ne
»rtent-house Winrvmlttee of the Charity
IDrganlzation Society, declares «that a
rime canvass shows that there are In
Now York tenements 357,000 rooms Hut,
ve no windows.
House Committee Reports Unfavorably
on Proposed Measure.
Special to The Evening Journal,
DOVER. Jan. 22.-Representative James
j Keenan yesterday afternoon reported un
favorably In tho House a bill requiring
railroad and railway companies to oirry
I f -t. officers and memb. r. of the L g
«•"*• of «fcarga. Tbs report, he said.
-us'bo unanimous s.ntimem of tho com
«r. Keenan said he had doubt. ... to the
constitutionality of the measure, and aside
from that be was opp g d to tt.
On motion of Representative Holcomb
by ac lose vote tho bill was referred for
Building in St. oJnes Neck Was Scene
of Many Entertainments.
Special to The Evening Journal.
Dover. Jan. 22.-SI. Jone« «.hoolbouso
and the Comegys Free Library, for many
years « favorite place« for entertainments
In St. Jones' Neck, was destroyed by fire
caused by & defective flue. A fr««t fbe
had been (bade while a high wind was.
prevailing. A spark became Imbedded In
the woodwork of the roof close to tho
chimney .end was soon fanned Into n
flame, enveloping the building. The school
building and library, with all «heir con
tents except a few books In the library,
were destroyed. The teaoher, Miss Beulah
Dawes, with the scholars, fought the
flames as best they could, but ilo no avail.
The library was donated by the we'.l
known Comegys family.
Attack on Evangeliat.
Special to The Evening Journal.
MILTON. June 22—Circulars contain
ing an attack upon the Rev. E. S.
Taylor, the evangelist Who has been
assisting the «pastor of a local church
In revival services, have been dis
tributed throughout the town. This
attack has evidently been made by the
friends of a young man recently held
In boll for disturbing the meetings.
In Germany I.&OO-horsnpowcr tandem
gas engines and l-OO-horser « wer gas
dynamos no longer excite surprise; one
establishment has Just turned out a
2,000-horsepower gas wgkeo for a mln
lug company.
• hosiery and Underwear
We have many exceptional bargains in Hosiery. In
fact these lots arc offered at less than the wholesale
price to-day.
Children's Cashmere Hose, worth 25c, for.
Men's Fancy Seamless Hose, worth 12J2C, sale price 3
pairs for 25c, or per pair
Misses' tlcecc-lined black hose, wôrth all sizes;
sale price, 3 pairs for 25c, per pair
Women's black cashmere Hose, worth 18c ; sale
Men's, Women's and Children's Underwear, all styles
and sizes, good dependable qualities. Many sample
pieces at just onvhalf regular prices.
$1.50 and $1.00 Garments, sale price
The ribbed Combination Suits for Women, fits like a
glove: sale^»rice
Ladies' \Tdlastic Ribbed Pants and Vests ; good value
for 50c, sale price
5< ic
3,7 V-C
Sample line of importer's stock of Men's, Women's and
Children's Wool and Cashmere Gloves. Many kinds.
All sizes. Worth 75c, 50c and 38c fiair, for. .25c and 19c
Ladies' black, brown and tan Mocha Gloves. Not all
sizes, but yours may be here, .worth $1.00 pair;; sale
Torchon Laces
2000 yards, wide and narrow Torchon Laces—good
qualities, worth 6c, 8c and 10c yard. Sale price 4c yard;
12-yard piece for 42c.
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3.00 p. m.
Pedestrian Returning Home
Late Last Night Held Up
By Highwaymen
While passing Fifth and Jackson
streets late Inst night, on his way
home. George Dyer, of Boston, who Is
boarding at No. 1813 West Third street,
was held nil by footpads, badly beaten
and robelxi of 845.
His »lesatlants-were|
Italians, and after accomplishing their
nefarious work, they left him.
j At hen Dyer recovered siifficienty to
j regain hie feet he notified the T*olli'e|
and they are Investigating the case.
E. F. Brooks, general superintendent
of the P. B. and W. Railroad, yesterday
afternoon inspected the completed por
. tlon of tho new elevated station at
Front and French streets, and after
i-wards ordered several changes In tho
' arrangement of the various depart
monte Tho waiting rooms were among
t^ roo™ ordered changed. The m.-n's
^ 'nlerrd nu sfomd t .
•£ w „' ™ of the bu.ltVng, the
, * _ .
! " r °° m fr0m ttie W * 8t Cnd l ° lhc
" r °° m fr0m ttie W * 8t Cnd l ° lhc
e e
of No. 1910 WWest Second street, and
James Kprlirg, aged II years, of Thlrty-]a
first and Washington streets, were pm
down by tho northbound express train,
know n as No. 124. Both ocvupants of
•the team was thrown a considerable
wh< n
While driving a huckster's wagon
across the B. and O. Railroad at KIs
mere, Charles Leltch, aged 75 years,
distance and wore unoone-'lous
picked up.
Delaware Hospital, this city,
severely cut and bruised.
They were sent to the
Both aro
yesterday hors.w a.f ro.n $6« to $156
hood; a three-year-old colt for $■'05; cows
$» to $62 per heed; bull. $88; Thickens. $140
% . * . .« «.Y . v *,or/v
per pair; turkeys. **.» each; hay. $18J0 a
ton; corn. 6Sc a bushel; potatoes, h3c a
Good Prices at Gillit Sale,
Stidham and Son. auctioneers, sold for
Paul Ellis at hls farm near Farnhurst,
How's This ?
Wo otter One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any emse of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall a Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A CU.. Toledo. O.
W'e, the undersigned, haw known F. J
Cheney for the lost 1» years, and be
lleve him perfectly honorable In all bust*
ne.*» transaction» and financially .»bio to
»•any out any obligation« made by his
Wholesale Druggists, Tol.-do, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood >in«1 mu
coue surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
—Take Hall. Family POM tor «m.Upe
Polander in Hospital
An unknown Polander was brought
to the Delaware Hospital this noon for
treatment for supposed Injuries. Ex
amination by the physicians failed to
disclose any serious Injury, and the
man will probably be discharged to
Agent Stout Improved
After an Illness of several days
Agent Frank Stout, of the S. P. C. C.,
has resumed his duties at the Munici
pal Court Sessions.
Workman Injured
While working on top of a boiler at
the Wilmington Iron Company's plant,
breaking a leg and*cutting an uglg
gash In his head. He was sent to the
Delaware Hospital.
Want Pay for Homo
The Liberty Fire Company has sub
mittod to the P., B. & W. railroad a
bill for $800, which sum the members
P | a | m will be necessary to reimburse
jthem for the losses the railroad com
jpnny caused them at the Pullman .fire
Saturday night, when one of the trains
r un over and destroyed four and a
half sections of the Liberty hose.
Crittenton Home Meeting
The regular monthly mcetlng of the
[Florence Crittenton Home will be held
at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon at
: the home.
Sustained Broken Leg
While engaged In unloading a packet
at the wharf of the George W. Bush
and Sons Company, Alexander Hazel
colored, of No. 212 Buttonwood street!
sustained a broken -leg by a heavy
i Property Sale
: Thomas j,« Bayard trustee In bank
ru ™ ™of H." L.
- Evan! ' * Co ' ha8 thc rersonal,
J t IlO fllTtl, Ul Ills HpArtlTU'Ilt^i ElKllth Slid
Washington streets. The amount re
laltzed was 1160.
piece of Iron fulling on tt.
Prizonar Dies of Consumption
Edward Franklin, colored, who was
I serving a B-year sentence In the county'
workhouse on a charge of burglary.
Idled In that Institution yesterday af
ternoon of consumption. Deputy Cor
joncr Nichols took charge of the body.
State Senator Remsen C. Barnard, of
I Camden, will present to the Legislature
bill regulating the fees of Justices of
the Peace throughout the State, where
"* p charging of excessive fees will
: he prohibited The bill also .prohibits
!'ho practice of one person being g^vob
■ w itness fees In several cases when
summoned hut once for all the cases.
Regulate Magistrate's Fees
Death of Sarah Lockwood
Sarah Lockwood died on Friday
morning at New Garden. Pa., at the
1 age of 93 years. She was born ' at
(Port Penn. From there she came to
Wllndngton. and after living here a
"»""»er of >"•*•. moved to New Gar
*** Xa, fh! rnoih" r Î"' JT"'
»She was the mother of nine children,
hrp<f of whom now Burvlve hM , alBO
four grandchildren and nine great
Aged and Indigent Committee to Give
On Wednesday night. February 13, »1
„ ,, , . ... . . • ,
P ;U wjciaJ will be Riven muter the
.aujrplce« of the aged ami Indigent com*
" f °* a * e TrU *' No '
1 *• H- M, and Wynema Council, Ladies
of ColtontAS. In the lodge rooms. No.
, « \i «rk.*t utrœt &n tri h.. of tta.i
' * Market street. All tribes of Ile«,
Men and Pocohontas, and palefaces are
I invited to attend the affair, which
^ to bo a bi« soccesfc
the Affsir on February 13.
Suits, Coats and Furs
Women's, Misses' and Children's Suits and Coats.
Prices deeply cut on all Suits and Coats, regardless of
value, in order to clear them out before stock taking.
17 Women's Suits Half Price
Included in this lot are sizes to fit both small and me
dium sizes:
$20. Suits now $10
$15 Suits'now
Children's Coats Half Price
$10 Suits now
$10 Coats now $5.00. $8.00 Coats now $4.00. $6.00
Coats now $3.00. $5.00 Coals now $2.50
Reliable Furs at One-Third Saving
When you buy Furs you want to be satisfied as to
quality, style and price. You are sure to be thoroughly
satisfied on these points here. We' offer only Furs of
dependable quality. Desirable styles and the Great
January Sale have brought the prices to one-third less
than our usual low prices. You need Furs now for com
fort, Buy them now and here and save money.
Skirts—special offering of black, navy and brown
i cloth skirts, worth $3.50 and $3.00. Sale
price .....
; 50 Ladies' and Misses' Raincoats, worth
I $4.50 and $3.50 each. Sale pricç .
Social Notes
Personal and Social Notes
iMrs. Frank Kennedy has returned'
from a vtsit to friends In Philadelphia.
Miss Mary C. Hall is visiting friends
In Philadelphia.
Miss Margaret Talley spent yesterday
In Philadelphia.
Miss Annie Kelley will leave In a
few days for a trip to Portsmouth, Va.
Miss Frances E, Shields of West
Chester has been visiting friends in
this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wollaston spent
yesterday in Germantown.
MrMs. Lydla'C. Betelle and son have
returned from a trip to Germantown.
-Mr. and Mrs. John G. Gray have re
turned from a visit to relatives In
Bridge ville and Sea ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beeson have re
turned to Chester after a visit to his
mother in this city.
(Miss Jennie Chandler has been vis
iting her grandmother. Mrs. Bindley
William Jlmm of West Grove, has
been visiting friends in this city.
Mrs. Andrew Johnson spent a few
days last week with Mrs. Emma Boyd
in Avondale.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Beitty. of
Idttletown, Pa„ are visiting friends In
this city, h*v!ng come here to attend
the wedding of their son, Leroy. Beatty.
Colonel J. Ernest Smith is spending
some time at Plnehurst, N. C.
Arrangements are being made by
West Chester Lodge, No. 822, F and A,
M., for a trip to this city as the guests
of Eureka Lodge, No. 23. The visitors
will bo here on Monday evening. Jan
uary 28.
to his home with an attack of grip, has |
recovered and Is able to be about.
Hall next Friday evening.'
George McCracken, driver of the
Phoenix truck, who has been confined i
Members of the North End Athletic
Iciub will give their first ball In Turn:
Euchre at Hospital
In the Bush ward of the Delaware
Ho;-pltal yesterday the Board of Man
agers gave a bridge and euchre parly.
After the card playing tea was served
A neat sum was realized for the bene
fit of the hospital.
Surprise Party
Mrs Ann iRpeer ,of No. 1818 West
Eleventh street, was given a surprise
party by her children and grandchtl-.
dren on Saturday evening In honor of
: her 80th birthday. The evening was
| »pent In playing games and singing.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
George Fpcer, Nellie. Rose and Springer
Spoor, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Latimer,
Thomas, Jr., and Mrs. Thomas Latl
nier, Thomas Jr. and Charles Latimer,
Mr. and Mrs, Enos Johnson. Miss Viola,
Carrie, Benjamin aid Warren Johnson,
Mrs. Clarkson, Miss Agnes Clarkson
and Mis. Zering.
Miss Maria L. Lenderman and Leroy
Beatty were married Saturday evening
in Scott M. K. Church by Rev. H. A.
G. Westerfleld. The bride was attend
ed by Miss Katherine Utncht, of Lit
Fetown, Pa., and Bertram Schrlner, of
Hanover. Pa,, acted ah best man. Thc
bride wore a gown of white Paris
muslin over taffeta, and carried a
shower bouquet of white cos-nations
and hyacinths. The bridesmaid wore
a gown of pink silk eollennlp and carried
pink sarnatlons. A reception was hold
at the home of the bride. No. 418 Taylor
street, from 8 to 10 o'clock. Mr and
Mrs. Beatty left on a trip, and on their
return will live at No. 418 Taylor
street. >
The soil of Panama. Is very fertile,
especially the first and second bottom
lands, where almost anything will
grow and mature. The uplands are also
productive and especially adopted to
cefCe« growing.
Muslins, Sheetings, Linens,
Blankets, Outing Flannel:
Many unusual values are Offered in the above lines
all standard muslins are offered at the old prices. Note
the following specials:
Good All-wool White Blankets, worth $8.00 and $7.0 ■
.$5 00 and $4.00 pair
A 11-4 Fawn Blanket, worth $1.50. Sale price....95c
Bleached Table Linen, worth 65c. Sale price....50c
Bleached Sheeting, 9-4 wide, 24c ; 10-4 wide, 28c.
Unbleached Sheeting, 9-4 wide, 23c; 10-4 wide, 26c.
Best Outing Flannels, regularly 10c. Sale priçe...8c
500 yards Remnants Outing Flannels. Sale price 5c
a pair. Sale price
500 yards Best Toilet Crash
250 pieces various widths Embroidery, worth 15c, 18c
and 20c per yard, offered in this sale for 10 days at. .toe
Sweaters—Boys and Girls
Extra quality Boys' and Girls' Wool Sweaters; navy,
red, Oxford and white, the best shades of the season.
Worth $1.25 each. Sale price, 79c.
Ladies' All-wool Sweaters in black, Oxford and white
Worth $2.50 and $2.00, for ..
Dress Goods Remnants at About Half Price.
Reportai toy F. D. Lackey & Co.. .
Bankers and Brokers, 843 Market street.
Authorized Par Bid Asked Sale
.. 110,00« 100 216
... 210,000 bO 117 120 320
... 600,000 50 125 W6 125
... 500,000 100 120
... 200,000 30 87
... 208.175 25 88
... SvO.OOO 100 220
... 600.000 100 220
.. . 1,800,000 100 35 42 40
. 531.300 100 100 102 102
. 2,987.223 25 30% ... 41
. 300.000 50 15
. 700.000 60 .
. 160,000 1« .
. 170.000 10 .
Issued Rato Bid Asked Suit
. 1.000.000 100 30
. 466,000
. 600.000
. 2.305.000
. 1,000.000
. 650,000 5
. 100,000 6 100
. 808,000 6
National Bank of Delaware .
Central National Bank .
Farmers Bank .. •
First National Bunk .
Nat'l Bank of Wilmington & Brandywine.
Union National Bank .
Equitable Guarantee & Trust Company....
Security Trust and Safe Deposit Co.
Wilmington Trust Company .
American Vulcanized Fibre, Common.
American Vulcanized Fibre, preferred.
Delaware Railroad Stuck .
Wilmington Gns & Electric. Com
Wilmington Gas & Electric, pfd ...
Wilmington, New Castle & So. Ry
Wilmington, New Castle & So. Ry.. pfrd.
Wilmington Light, Power & Telephone Co
American Vulcanized Fibre Bonds ..
Wilmington City Railway Bonds .
Wilmington & Chester Traction Bonds....
Wilmington Gas & Elect. Bonds,.
Wilmington, New Castle & So. Bonds ....
Delmarvla Telephone Bonds .
Wilmington Light. Power & Telephone Co
■ O' I -
106 101
:■ ;
4 100
6 too tot w:
% 100 102 10 <
By Our Own Wire. Publishers' Press
NEW YORK. Jan. 22—The stock mar
ket opened almost generally higher.
Interborough was a feature In activity,
opened unchanged, then lost 1-4. Press
ed Steel Car started In 1-2 higher. Amal
ga-mated gained X-2 and lost 1-4. Read
ing opened 1-8 lower and lost in all 3-S
From Scott & Co.
| American Sugar Refining ....
Atch. Top. and Santa Fc Com ..
Amal. Copper Co.
American Smelting Com.149
Atch - To P and San,a Fe Pref
Brooklyn Rapid transit ....
j Baltimore and Ohio.
Canada Southern .
1 Chicago t. Western .
j Chesapeake and Ohio .
Chicago and Alton .
Chicago and Northwest .390
Chicago. Mil. and St. Paul Com ....150%
Delaware and Hudson ..21.%
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western 437
® r '* '•• "• ..***
Erie 1st Pref .72%
Illinois Central .355
Louisville and Nashville.339%
Interb. Met Com .3;
Interb. Met. Pfrd.7.3%
• •142*4
Mo.. Kansas and Texas Pfrd .71
National I .cad com .72%
N- Y. Central and Hudson .130%
N: Y. Ontario and Western .45%
Norfolk nnd Western Com
• 117*4
.. 19 %
j Missouri Pacific .
Manhattan Cons ....
Northern Pacific Com] .
Pacific Mall..H
Pennsylvania Railroad Company.lSf%
People's Ois ..
Reading .
Reading 1st Pfrd .
Reading 2nd Pfrd..
Rock Island Com..
Rock Island Pref.
Southern Pacific .
Southern Railway Oom .
Texas and Pacific .
Tennessee Coal and Iron Co
Union Pacific Coni ..
V. S.,. Steel ■ Com ....
U. 8. Steel Pfrd.
Wabaah Cora ..... ..
Wahatth Pfrd.. ..
Western Union .... .
t. No. Pfd .. ...'. .
.... 12 »%
.105 4:
. 17 %
Whereas The late Edward T. Cloud, a
member of our body, tlie bricklayers'
union, hxs been removed from our midst
by d>nth, lie It
Resolved. That by bis death we have
lost « voluobl* member whose wise cmn
sels. extensive Information arid courteous
manner had won our esteem and admira
tion. therefore, be It
Resolved, That the sympathy of this
body bo conveyed to the widow and fam
ily of our deceased fellow tnemh«r com
mitting them in this hour of their bereave.
Bleat to the kindly coneototlon of Him
Who doetih all things well, nnd be 4
Resolved, That a copy of these résolu
lions be suitably engrossed and transmit
ted to the widow of the late Edward T
Cloud. •
Resolved. That these resolutions b
spread on the minutes of this association.
Stanley Chambers.
Michael J, Foster.
James McAdoo.
Elizabeth O. Rogers.
Samuel Waddlngton.
CHAMBERS—At Newport. Del.,
I January 21, 1907, Stanley Chambers
21 years.
Relatives and friends of the family
a 10 Invited to attend the funeral ser
; vices at his late residence. Newport
on Wednesday evening. January 23, m
8 o'clock, and at North Bast M. E.
Church at North East. Md., on Thurs
day, at 11 o'clock, without further
j notice.
McADOO—On January 20, 1907, Janie:
,, ,
Relatives and friend* of the famlri
are j nvite( i t o attend the funeral »er
« lc „ at hls lslte residence.
Squirrel Bun, duPont's Banks.
Henry Clay, on Wednesday afternoon
j anuar y 23, 1907. at 2.30 o'clock.
mt , nt Oreenhlll ceznetery.
ROGBIîS— In this city, on January 20
■ 3907, Elizabeth O., wife of Jam» A
* Rogers, In her 46th year.
Relatives and friends of the family
1 are invtted to attend the funeral ser
vices at her late residence, -No. 212
! La motte street, on Thursday afternoon
I January 24, at 2 o'clock.
Interment North East. Md.
No. 11
Hlvervlcy cemetery.
1 —
Removed to their new and
more commodious rooms,
Office, 216 West 7th St.
D. & A. Phone i65.
Residence, 802 Broome Street.
D. & A, Phone 484.
Ù Embaltnei
No. 211 W. Ninth tilreeL
Careful attention day or night
Bodies in Boarding Houses, Hotel!
and Hospitals removed and cared fot
until claimed. Carriages furnished
Appointments. first-cVasa. Both Phonsfc
Bazaar. 100 West Eighth street, Sat
urday afternoon and evening. _Dela
ware branch of Çunshl-«. .
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