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1 605-607 000 j (MARKET ST, hVtKY THING H* 11 Y GUAHÄM TM* WE GIVE GREEN TRACING STAMPS. THEY ARE tHE BEST. Special Shirtwaist Sale Continues For Ten Days Tnc weither conditions wore not wliart we tv on! l have desired Saturday, yet nevertheless you should have seen the "Special Shirt waists ' soiling. Some customers buying five or six each for future needs. But no wonder; you arc apt to do the same when vou sec the style and quality of the waists we offer in this sale. . Note the prices and then come prepared for great values. They are here in three special lots, priced as follows; Lot No 1. Waists worth $1.00 etch, Lot No. 2. Waists worth $1. $1.25 each 69c 59c Lot No. 3. Waists worth $1 50. $1.75 each 98c ! June Sale of Undermuslins This sale has been specially planned for the warm summer months. The wanted styles and qualities are here in new, perfect fitting, well made Underwear, at prices that will cause the stock to melt away quickly. Corset Covers 18c to $1.50 Drawers 25c to $2.00 Gowns Skirts 25c to $5.00 New white linen and linene Wash .Skirls for $1, $1.50 and $2. New two-piece Wash Suits, many styles, for $1.50, $2 to $f 59c to $5.00 I Men's, Women's and Children's Underwear Every weight and quality for present or future needs to he found here in great variety of styles and prices. Men's Shirts and Drawers, splendid values, 25c, 39c, 50c and Ci. 00 . Women's Vests and Pants, all sizes, 13c, 15c, 18c, 25c, 50c to $1-50 75c Foulard Silks are now 50c 20 styles of small figure and dot effects in rich satin Foulards, 24 inches wide, sold for 75c and 65c (about <0 dress lengths). Sale price 50 c Women's and Misses' Suits and Coats At the reduced prices prevailing here this sale should be attraction to every lady in Wilnfington or vicinity. A saving of from $5.00 to $15.00 on any garment you select. Prices arc from $5.00 to S20.00. an now RplJclDf_ ^ avc fathered together for quick selling several IICII3 Ivv lots of leather, silk and wash belts, the regular prices are 25c and ,50< \\ ednesday's pricB^^^^^g Children's white, tan or black, ij'/Sc, 15c, 25c, 50c. \\ omen's white, 'tan or black, I2j^c, i8c, 25c, 35c to $1 Shoes and Oxfords—White, tan or black, all sizes, stvlcs. prices. New Ribbons, New Gloves, New Parasols, New Neckwear. While it is not necessary to call the attention'of ow rcgnlar customers to the splendid line of Ittatïc Silks and Dress Goods carried in stock here, we do want every person to become acquainted with the fact that they eafi buy the very best Black Dress Goods and Silks here at the lowest price for the quality offered, and the wear of every yard is guaranteed. AH Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats "are now Hilt Price." " '*■ " . .IOC Hosiery— Black Silks snd Dress Goods Millinery 605-607-609 flarket Street TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION, - --■ —- 1 - WANTED—Boy 18 or 19 years of age, te work, in press r.sun and learn news papor buSliidid. Apply Press Roum, Even ■ ng Journal Office. Fourth and Snlpby St * -, l*' 11 FOR SALE—Two eomiters. two tables and one outside show twM. Call ZS> Mar ket street. Jg.tf TVANTKD— OlrüT wanted to learn to be salesladies. Also one hat trimmer wanted. WANTS])-Young lady to operate Rem writer. No olenographlc Work. to in. rense sp.-ed. Address J4-ÏI NXVPICR - SI'HCHH. KLKCTIuN - AT] the election for members -of the Board «t Public Education hi Wilmington, to he held on Saturday. June Vh, rw;, the city election dlstriris will he dtattlUm isl among the school ele<-tion districts follows: First ward—Flrat School Fleet Ion dis tret will he composed of the Flr.t Elec tlon district. Polls at No. JIS W, si Fourth Call 2'JS Murkst Si. Ington type. Opportunity 11-4. BlWM Journsl. Wilt . Kirnt ward—R uIhmI Ulfotum dis trict ffltl be cemjvwod of BoCOml und Third Election «Mmrlt Ik. Polls st Fnbl r pchool No. 23. Set ond Htrcvt, near ington. stfrrot. Third waid—FIr^t 8< hool Klcrtlon dl« Why Delay? The erection of thsl momvmentl Have you not given the matter more than sufficient consideration? Come and see n* about it st once. Look over our handsome designs, select one and we will set it up for you. STANDARD GRANITE CO.. 700 Delaware Avenue. DEATHS. Anna Mary M. Husbands. Jacob Hanna. Anna Mary Watson. W A THON -In ihm city, on June I, 1907. A *n* Mary Watson, aged 61 year». Relatives and friends are fnvitod t" attend the funeral services at the re«i deove of her husband. Joseph C. Wat son. No. 1308 West street, on Thursday morning at 1# o'clock, private. HUSBANDS—On June I. 1987, Anna Mary Magargal. wife of H, Hayden Hnsbwod«. in her 4&tb year. Relatives, friends nnd members of Wyneiti« Council. No. 19. D of P. are invited to attend the Mineral service« ■ t her late residence. Oreenhanfc. near Wilmington, on Wednesday. June 5th. at 2 o'clock, without further notice. Interment Red Clay Ci—e4( ce metery. CANS-At Kirkwood, Delaware. Jen • 1. MS7. Prances Louisa, daughter of T. Allibone and Olevla B. Calm. Funera' services Wednesday. Jnn» Mb. at U o'clock Rets tires add friends ar<- nivited to attend the funeral with out further notice. Georges cemetery. Interment. Intertnent at St. CHANDLER Undertaker Cf Cmbalmer or night. H<X $M W., Ninth Street. f OarefiC attention day Bod.-e ln 'Boardlag and HoaplUJs removed and cared for Houses. t-c\ trlet. composed of First. Third and Fifth Election districts. Polls at Public School No. .1. Jeffers >n street, below Th rd strceL Third waid-Se.ond School Election di» trlet com priced of Second and Fourth Election districts. Polls southwest corner and Monroe street », Fifth ward—Hr»l School Election composed of Flint, flccond. Seventh «nd Mighth Flection district*, Polls Pub .JV^ 00 ' Ko »• ■'«•'th and Wollaston w , rd _„ frond 8,, hoo | HlpotJon trlet. composed of Third, Fourth and Ninth Flection d'strlcts. Pulk«, Public School No. 28. Klghth and Adams streets. Firth Ward-Third School Fic tion dis trlet, composed of Fifth, Sixth anil Tenth Flection dUtié.-ls Polls »onthw.a<t corner Seveftth and Rodney streets. Sixth ward—Fleet School Weetlon d»-i ''r et, composed of Ftrsl and Third Wee Lon districts polls, nonhwea' corner Seventh and French streets. Sixth w.ird-Seennd School FI- el Inn d v »rid composed of Fourth. Fifth, ft'x h and Seventh Flection dlsn-e's Polls, iTiblle School No. S. Walnut street, near Twelfth street. ■ ' Seventh ward— F Irai, Schoo' Flection i)ls trio*, composed of Flrat. Second, Third Fourth Firth and Sixth Flection district«. Polls, Public School No. 2. Eleventh and Washington streets. Bveenth wnr.l-8e. oud Seliool Election district, composed of Seventh. Eighth and Ninth Election districts. Polls, northw.st Ad """' streets Seventh ward-Third School Election district, composed of Tenth. Eleventh. Twelfth. Thirteenth. Fourteenth and Fif teenth Election illr'rlet« Pol's School No. IS. Seventeenth and «teeeis Pubtlc Uhlow Ninth ward-First School Elect on dis Tl. t, . .imposed of First fie,-end Th rd and Fourth Election dial rich», polls. Ptd>'1c SthoMs No, 17 Sixteenth and Clav n.ont streets. Nfhth wsrd—Second School Eteel'on dh> ITIcf. composed Of Fifth, sixth. Seven 1 h "nd Eighth Election dlsfilc's. Polls, Puht'c School No. 12. Twcnlv-soccnd street, near Marke*. Ninth word—Third School Flection d's trio, composed of Ninth E'cotion d'«*r'r* Poll.«. PohUc u.-h-ytl Ne jl, corner Thlr tlctb end Madison e*reets. Eleventh Ward—First School Election d'str'nt coninosed of First. Second end ■ri.'rd Election district« Poll«. Public Sch-nt No. 19 0 >k «nd Ffarrism «'roe*«. Eleventh w«rd- Second School i-'V-" 1 « d'strlct con>nosed of Ka-.c, and Flf b Election dlrfvtcts Pol*«. Fifth avenue and B*own street Potto otten et 12 n elnck. noon, or .*0 minutes thereafter, and close at 6 o'clock p m. Bv order of th- R-srd of poh'io va«r<. HARRY J, «rmnitî Secretary. J«-1t 7/09T- Between Camming'» photognirh gfl'ery and Fourth and Market, or on 1 tela ware avenue car *r on Delaware svcr.tte between Aflafns «nd .Tsrkaon. or between D«l«w»re «venue «nd Wnw»»et. S habv's »hont dress Mother wfll appreci ate return «• h«hv t« now 1 oe.-osed. Be. ward If returned to J. K. Fuller, t'o'-vy College. -A— Magistrate Robertson's Court. Magistrate Robertson held a busy ees •lon of court last evening. He heard two eases, the first of which was that of Manuel Gooding who accused Levi Col 11ns with disorderly conduct. He recon ciled the two. both of whom are old col ored men and they left the office appar ently the best of friends. After hearing the evidence In the ease of John Gibson who sued Humphrey Lit ■tlepage, a colored contractor, -for wages. Magistrate Robertson ordered Little page to pay over the sum of $2. No Meeting of Health Board. Because Secretary Wtggleswnrth of the Board of Health as a member of the canvass hoard was busy going over the vote, no meeting of the Board hf Health was held yesterday afternoon. The mH tag will probably be held nagt Uondfiy * • Clothing for Men We are showing a fine line of Suits in Mixed Cheviots and Cassimeres. Styles That Will Please You. Have you ever chosen a fabric for a Suit that pleased you in the piece but did not make up as you expected? You avoid aJl possibility of this when you choose a Suit ready to wear. And if that Suit has our guarantee you may be sure it will please you as well in other respects as in the fabric. Suits at $12.00, $15.00, $18.00 Women's and Misses' Spring Wear Stylish Suits, Nobby Coats, Graceful Skirts, Cloth Suits of light, serviceable Panamas, In all colors. Graceful plaited styles of Summer-weight Suitings, plain black and colors. Prince Chap Coats, Single breasted Box Front Coats. Some loose, full back with broad strap down centre; notched collar, patched pockets. Valuable premiums with every purchase A Edw. H. Brennan, c 0 w 210-221 Market Street. ST. ANN'S SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT The commencement exercises of St. Ann's School will be held In „pie Garrick Theatre on Wednesday evening. The fol lowing program will be given; "Our Nation's Emblem." pianists, Miss Anna Lcnhoff and Miss Anna O'Connor; "Their Finit Ball," plantai, Mine Margie Dougherty ; lasti umonLd du«, ' Oeromt on March,'' pianists, Misse» Anna Gorinas and Margaret Briggs; Conferring gradua- tion honors upon Miss Jane A McUone- gal, Miss Melll. yullllvan. Miss Margie D. Dougherty, Joseph F. l.yneh and Wtl bam O'Connor; "Seguldlla." planLts, visses Helen Snlan and Marguerite Ooli * " f nt L Marguerite non «rman; "Thu Clown s festival, Pianist, Charles Dougherty; Instrumental duo. Misses Margaret Fagan and Nellie D«ugh , ... n „. „ A, e., ° rty ' *- h,ilai *' r » Qnet n Catherine 9f Leg 1 ind - -'ll»» J- O'Connor; lasdy Margaret. maid of honor. Miss M. Block; Henry an» Josephine, royal children, Masjer J. Jlealy " nd Ml" M. Healy: Lady Jaequetla and lardy Scrape, conspirators. Miss K, Kelly . nd M lsaH Black- LAdv Orav Miss A ", , , EorPWt; Lady Clare, Miss A. Mahoney; llaidy Utchfleld. Miss K. Hahn; Jennie and j. ury court servants, Miss H. Desmond , ,.. n , h . **"" J ' '•i nrh - M|M Hl ,tpr Connelly: Act 1, Instrumental duo. M !--fs FUa Hemphill and Katie McMahon ; act , i instrumental solo »f'ss \nn, 2 " '' ,n « tr 'linenlal solo. Mss Ann i I-eh hoff; n cl 2, scene 2. Imtrumental duo, Misses Theresa Qullllvan and Ann.i fi.mrh ,/ - ncn ' , „ , , . . . 50 * county on Sunday last was surpris. d to And that In his congivgationa there were three men tto one woman. Men Outnumbered Women. Bishop Colcnmn. who officiated at ssr vices In three Episcopal churches In Sus In the morning ho officiated at St. An dro^v'e Church, Kille (trove; In the aftor 11,oon lie preached In St. Mark'* Church, Little Creek and In the evening he hold «etvlces In the church In Del mar. Wedding To-night. Miss Anna Florence Whaler, daugh ter of George H. Whaler, nnd Alhert Eugene Dayman will be married thin evening at the bride's home. No. 212 West Eighteenth street, by the Rev. George F. Nason, pastor of First Presbyterian Church. t \ The Madison St. Hardware Store No. 401 Madison St. We h*ve In stock a general line of Hardware and Sun dries. including Nails, Screws, Hamme, s, Files, Saws. Chisels, Braces, Bits, Bolts and Cutlery at Market St. prices. Green and black Screen Wire; Window Screens from 20c to 50c each; Screen Doors from $1.00 to $1.50 each, with all fixtures. Agents for Shcrwin—Williams Pafhts; also a line of Paints and Brushes for house work. Sm ill ctns of Paint >Sc; and JAP-A-LAC. a varnish and stain combined. Renews everything; colors natural walnut, black, gold, oak, , . mahogany, ground, green, white, blue, cherry, red and aluminum. 15c X-pint to 75c quart. ~ This store is connected with our large grocery store, N. W. Cor. Madison and Fourth Streets. Telephone or visit us. * $ * D. W. LYNCH COMPANY. * * Floor Oil, 35c the gallon. Î 'y** DRAGGED BY A HORSE William E. Grinnage Became Entan gled in the Reine and Was Hurt. William K. Orlmmgp. undertaker living at No. 912V6 French street, was thrown from hlh wagon at Second and Union streets *>y Ms horse fanning RWav. Ho became entangled in the reins «nd dragged for nearly a hundred feet was .before ha could release himself fnm iris perilous position. He suotiiiiM devetal tuts and bruise« but was not seriously ln Jured. State of Ohio, City ot Toledo, Lucas County, SP. Frank J. Clients makra oath that ho aonior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney k Co doing business in the oity of To ledn county and State aforesaid, «ndi Hist'said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ease ot Catarrh that cannot b-1 cured by the uae of Hall's Catarrh Cure 1 FRANK J. CHENEY. I Sworn to before me und subscribed In mv présenta-, this 6th day of December, A D 1S86. A. W. CJLBABON, I Sea?) Notary Publ'c Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inlern illy and acts directly on the blood and mucou# surfaces of the system. Send for tcstlmon lals froe. F. J. CHENEY A CO,, Toledo. O. Sold bv all Druggists, 76c. Take Hull's Family Pills for constipation Can be sent to different addresses. Rich I Pub. Prlcî Onting, or Review or Re views . World To-day. Ainslees j. .$3.00 . 1.80 1.» $6.30 $3.50 Our Price Tfis Diamond State Subscription Agency, p. o. Box 447. Wilmington, Delaware. In filling Braces. El une Specially Trusses, Stockings and Supporter* of every description Kttr glcal tnsi runu-nt Store m ? Satisfaction guaranteed. 209 W. Seveftth St. 1 m C. OtSTE^I NCR. Lady in attendance. i NR5 w* w GONE! til Hi \it m Mi 'ft Mi Was a June Week So in Great Vaine Sales Never v« Hi Rich vto m 9\ ti/ (j) The Auctioneer never sang his ditty in a higher tone than fj\ our ''Sale Tune" which one may hear to one's advan- ff\ (to tage by a visit to our Closing Out Grab Sale. \il i ii A FEW DAYS OF GRACE 3i Hi m Ml The parties that purchased the building and stock were J? here yesterday, and after looking over the situation and our ™ sales books, arranged for us to take charge of this special ^ JJJ *ale a few days longer, so that the women of Wilmington ^ J? could have the especial advantage of buying women's wear- ^ JJJ ables at prices that really seem ridiculous, to judge by the ^ general tone of the market. We don't care what the rnar ijj kot prices are. m Hi Hi '0 '0 m \ii It's Gash We Want, and Cash We Must Have Ml Every woman who investigates these offerings—and Hi none can afford to miss them—will admit that we are Hi either suffering from brainstorms or that the millenium is W (ill approaching in Dress Goods Sales. 9\ Hi Say what you please, you can't beat us,because we have \l/ always been the fairest of the fair with every visitor to our fP \)i store. That's a big claim, but we can prove it. Our repu- rP Hi tation for fair dealing is an axiom among the shoppers of 5J Hi Wilmington. Hi Ml C ash fl ash 13 H oods oods oods ats 'B ats atS (ft Underwear, 9* Hi (ft Mi m Hi Hi Hi Shirtwaists, • Any kind. Shake ? em up ! Waists, Every kind. Grab 'em up! ' m Your kind. Buy 'em up! Ml We'r6 ashamed to mention the prices. it/ Mi 228 Market St. J Chas. W. Schagrifi. m S9! .1 WILMINGTON'S LOSS IS NEW CASTLE S GAIN J: g SteM Incfu try Projectors Ucpcsi: Check asEviltncc of In en'ion (o Lccote in That Town to The Evening Journal. NEW CASTLE, Del.. June 4—That the Tropenas Steel Company will establish its works here on ninety aiTes of ground, and that It is a reality instead of myth, was fully de monstrated last night. Arthur Biimm son, of Philadelphia, the American general manager of the company, and David J. Reinhardt, of Wilmington, the company's attorney, came here and the agreement for the purchase of the property from Seiden 8. Deemer was made. The company deposited a certified check for $1.000 that they were acting In good faith. time In New Castle at present. Board of Trade of Wilmington failed to induce tlic company .to locate there, and while Mr, Simonson and Mr. Rein It Is a general boom The hsrdt spent several weeks along the Delaware river looking st sites, it was New Castle that landed the prlre in its net. Had it not been for S. 8. Deemer the big fish would have gotten away. When the Alvan Allen farm could not be secured from its owners. Mr Deemer agreed to sell his property. The river front with a stretch of over 800 feet along the Delaware river was intended for a shipyard, but Mr Deemer determined that this big In dustry should remain here. Prominent citixens last night flocked from all parts of the cily to the meet ing of the Board of Trade. When President Ellason catted the meeting to order among those present were Mayor Boyd. Orion A. Carrlck. Jacob Splker. Irvin Etohells, John P. Murphy, City Assessor Boyd. City Council—Dr. William Werten baker. Hugh E. Duffy, Denney S, 8m 1th, John Reynolds. Wallace L. Cannon. John M Wilson. James L. Wright. A. R. Kce. Trustees of the Commons—James B. Toman, Robert R. Morrison. Patrick McOrory. F. De H. Janvier. Bond Commission—Ira Lunt, A. M. Hlzer, Francis De H. Janvier. Rcv. S. B. Wylie. James T. Ellason, Joseoh Cofield. John K. Taylor. Austin McCann. Samuel J. Etohells. Harry Montgomery. John E. Tn; lof. A. B Cooper. Jr. Bryson Thvlor. George Rennie, Edwin Elkinlou, Herman Pad berg, Richard Rodney, Walter Sibley, Moses B. Fleming, George Krause, Prof. H. V. Holloway, John R. Lamb son, J. Edwin White. Harry Hunter, Jolïerson Downham, A.'V. L. George, James F, Mclvor, Thomas Gravel!,' John J. Sheridan. George McCann, Al bert Pedrick. Mayor Boyd, In malting the report of the committee on new industries, reported that the new steel company had !ts representatives In New Castle. They are now making the agreement with Mr. Deemer for the land on which the plants are to be built. An agree ment must be made with City Council so that certain streets are not to be opened, and the city will be asked to exempt the company from taxation. President Ellason added that the representative of the company was tn the city with a certified check as a guarantee of good faith. Mr. McOrory said it was up to the people to give their moral support. Mayor Bpyd added that the plants would employ large numbers of men. Mr. Wertenbakcr said that he voiced the sentiments of the City Council so far that everything would be done to endorse the movement nnd that indi vidually every member was In favor of the necessary legislation, A resolution was adopted requesting the Trustees of the Commons and City Council to take favorable action on the requests of the Tropenas Bteel Cotn He would come to New Castle shortly to take charge of the operation and he Impel to meet the people on more friendly terms, as ho imposed mnk ing New Castle h!s home Mr. Reinhardt assured the meeting that while he had tried with the W 11 mington Board of Trade to induce the company to locate there he pleased that New Castle selected. The deed t'or the land had been signed and a certified cheek de posited with Mr. Deemer. The plan t for the oulldtngs are being prepared and everything 's In fine shape To-dov CTDr Solicitor Cooper Mr. John H Rodney will le eoMttlbrJ h*' »►'. Reinhardt regarding the rcso pany. Mr. Deemer, Mr. Simonson and Mr. Reinhardt arrived about this time and President Bl ason called on Mr. Simon son. who said it* gave him much pleasure to be present and announce that the Tropenas steel plant would be built in New Castle. It would be u credit nnd a surprise to New Castle. The company will do everything to build up the City of New Castle and cause other industries to locate here. \V«N had b«e.i Hiv1 lutions for City Council and the trus tees of the company to pass at their meetings to-night, company did not locate in Wilmington was that they did not have anything as good to offer. Mr. Lambson said that as nice things were being said he wished to pay a deserved compliment to Mr. Deemer. He had Jumped In and given property not only of an Intrinsic but a specula tive character. The reason the •cil ■Mj Panamas Made Like Naw. Bring them to Saltsgiver & Bupp at once. No. 832 Market street. Open every evening.* ATLANTIC CITV UNINJURED Special to The Evening Journal. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. June 4— The big storm of Sunday somewhat, dampened the spirits of seaside so journers. but a goodly number braved the elements and promenaded the Boardwalk. Wheel chairs were much tn evidence and. safe within the glass enclosures, society rolled up and down beside the raging sea at peace with the boisterous elements and flirting rain drops. Tito nor'eastcr which visited the coast on the first and second Instant left Atlantic City uninjured with the exception of the feelings of visitors. They, however, took pleasure In the beauty of the ocean as It raged and foamed in a grand mood of madness. Another dry Sunday within and wet without caused Atlantic City to silent ly I htnk nom, itiint. solemnly imbued weak tea with no "stick" to flavor its amber. Bathing houses are open and ready for business and old "Nap" is waiting with icy Jaws for those brave enougn to venture within. La*tt week several daring Chelsea maidens donned their last summer's sea^ togs and battled the frisky waves. They cheerfully ds jn gs. notably attractive by th«1 Sabbath diners c | nro( ] that the water was "great." Hundreds were willing to take their word for it and keep out of the wet. Wilmington is well represented In Atlantic City this week. Francis and wife spent over Sunday Frank C. McGowan Mr. W. M. at the ahorc. registered at Hotel Dennis. A. Peeney is stopping at the St. James, and Prof. H. R. Goldey and Mrs Upldey are at the Bothwell. glnla avenue, has become a favorite with Delawareans, mlnglonians have been Its guests dur ing the past week or so, and more BJ hooked for this month. 8. 8. Ph^V the owner and manager, ip Ijg'-^ grain la ted. nartloularh' on cafe. The Wiltshire, on Vlr A number of Wil % -, X *T. V*'«* nV % It was designed by Street, of Philadelphia, is fit pearock blue with poster atyle. I nightly the scene of brilliant tM r % worn by the fair sex.