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HEROY'S SPECIAL SALE
r AFTER DINNER
0 COFFEE
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Wednesday a'nd Saturday ONLY—This la Positively the Finest Coffee Grown
EROY. Coffee Roaster, 7th & King Sts. j
# WM. T. MANSLEY. Mgr. Special Phone Delivery Service
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The Busy Corner
Presents the Most Exclusive Fall and Winter Novelties
-.- ^ O,- -
in Men's Apparel
1907
1908
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With the fullest confidence that our selections will do credit to the long
established reputation of this house and measure up to the highest
pectations of our discriminating patronage. Your attention is particu
larly called to our collection of Men's Overcoats, which for variety and
exclusiveness of styles disnlaycd is unrivalled by any showing ever
made in Wilmington.
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Prices $7.50 to $30 and $40
Wright & Davidson Co.
Eighth and Market Streets
Call at our
Haberdashery
Department.
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t
Watch the
Wear ot
Your Shoes
Because the cost of leathers
and other manufacturing ex
penses have greatly increased
during the last two years some
shoe manufacturers have been
unable to withstand the tempta
tion to substitute inferior leath
ers and adopt other means ot
cheapening their products.
The manufacture of —
Our Shoes
irrespective of this increase in
cost, are using the same high
quality of leather and other
materia s today that they have
always used and are maintain
ing the superior character of
workmanship in all their out
put that has long since made
their trademark honored the
• world over.
Investigate carefully and you
will find that our shoes wear
twice as long as other makes.
Open This Evening
Shoes ot Quality
.Gallahcr & Pyle,
619 Market St.
M. P. REGESTER. Manager.
Established IS years, 11 months.
DELAWARE HOSPITAL
Nurses, Engineers, Firemen. Fore
men and Professors cured of
GRUMBLING —
Had their watches repaired by Billy,
The Professor, at Jeweler
WRIGHT'S
220 King St.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Has uetu used lor over »ixiy-Uve years hi
millions ot mother» tor theu- ,11110,»;.
while teething, w.tli perfect «uceess I
soothes the „ülld. sot tens the ,;um . uli UJ -
ull pain; cures wind colic, and .a toe mw,
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by diuicj.,.
In every part «I ihe world, ue .-or,
»sh for "Mrr. V\ n.s. ,w a ,-isjih ns o ru,. "
end take no other kind. 'rw«iily-ti v ,
rent? a buttle. Guaranteed under the Fuag
and Drugs Act, June 30th. 190H. Serai
Number 10S«. "
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AN OLD AND WELL TBIED REMEDT.
\
6. *. < jlorlde of lime boiled in
; your granité saucepaus will make
\ them look like new. Rinse well after
out the Umewaler,
V
• ^pbaowiiig
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
$ 1.00
To Baltimore and
Return
Sunday, Nov. 3rd
Special train will leave Wil
mington (Delaware Avenue Sta
tion) at 9.10 a. m ; Newark at
9.30 a. m. Returning, leaving
Baltimore (Camden Station) at
6 30 p. m.J (Mt. Royal Station)
at (Uü p. m.
wa
S. H. Staats.
DOLLS
Our Christmas Dolls are here, and
we would be pleased to have you look
over our due when it is at its very best,
By placing our order with tho Import
ers months ugo.
most choice assortment,
now will be held for future delivery,
If so desired.
Tho celebrated KESTNER BISQUE,
JOINTED DOLLS.
CELLULOID DOLLS,
from 8 cents on up to $2.00.
RAG BABIES
25c, 50c and $1.00.
DRESSED DOLLS,
from 10 cents on up.
DOLL and TEDDY BEAR SHEETS.
DOLLS' SHOES. SLIPPERS,
HOSE, ETC.
TEDDY BEARS.
Brown and White.
we have secured a
Any tonight
Fancy Baskets
Our Christmas Baskets also have ar
rived and arc now ready for your in
spection. As with onr dolls, any
bought now will be held for future de
livery, If
sort ment In white and fancy straw,
rush and willow in a variety of shapes
at most reasonable prices.
SCRAP and WORK BASKETS,
CATCH ALLS. SHOPPING BASKETS,
INFANTS' BASKETS.
desired.
An attractive as
405 Market St. 4C4 Shipley St
Met Before Liquor Store.
A number of Antl-TSccnso advocates
gathered In front of «lie store of Cornue
llus Mundy In East Fourth street last!
night and -ang temperance a mg* widen
were Interspersed with the blasts from
cornet. The actions of the prohibitionists
caused much comment b.dh from the
"wets" and "drys."
Birds' Lightning Rods.
"The humming bird, no less than
man, protects bis habitation with a
lightning rod." said nn ornithologist.
"Oh, you nature fakir!"
"It Is the truth. The humming bird
nests hi warm elimntes, where dovas
tntlng thunderstorms abound, and very
prudently he covers the outside of his
little home with oobwob.
"Silk, yon know, Is a nonconductor
of electricity, and since eohweb Is s*lk
the humming bird's nest Is lightning
proof. Isn't he a clever little beggar
I to put up bis own lightning rod like
1 th«»?"—Cincinnati Enquirer.
—RUPTURE
"
"
and diseases of the
eu und
RECTUM
Piles, fistula, Fissur?, &c.
Positively cured by sate, sure and »
Uflhoil. i-tmMil vt* ami ut-r vorn»
men whu cun nut bear pain come iuiialr.sJa
of mile* fur thin treatment. One drai
nent a wp"k. Keep on at your work. Not
eut tu pay until cured. Klçht years o
work in Wilmington. Testl
monial» from people you know through
î*' 1 Z 1 '" surrounding country. Our Utile
^ ;?w.:
LOO p. m. Sundays t oo to 3.00 only.
Fidelity Medical Institute, Inc.
S. E. Cor. 8th and Monroe, Wilmington, Del.
The Telephone
BUYS
SELLS
TRAVELS
Cheaper and quicker than
the mail and telegraph—
Try it.
Before Magistrale Robertson suit bus
been entered by Marcella Musteller who
1 j billed In the east of "Sam'l of Boson."j
now being presented at the <ih> rick T' e
atre against M. B. Curels, who Is presen'«j
ing the production.
Marstaller alleges that Mr. Curtli
owe« lier *10 for salary while rehearsing
thep hce In a New York the itiv before its
presentation, and that although .-•he was
to nave a leading part In the cast Curtis
dismissed her.
Miss Mirsteller came on from New Yoik
•*'d entered suit and nn attachment rc
tamable on Monday 1ms b en placed m
Hie hands of William L I'ockslnder for
the amount claimed. Dgnl.d -J. Hustings
n presents tho plaintiff.
USE THE BELL
Æ.
6l\th
|K and
JS Shipley
H Streets.
J.
(i.
Meliafrey
Mgr.
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ACTRESS ENTERS
SUIT FOR WAGES
Ml.«
WILL bFLL EFFFtTS OF
BLUE BEARD COMPANY
Constable Thomas H. Buckley
sell at tho Opera House al 10.3» o'clock
on Thursday morning the effects of the
"Blue Beard" Company, which
billed to appear hero some time
but which was "unavoidably detained"
through legal complications.
In the sale will be Included several
seta of scenery, eight wardrobe trunks,
wardrobes, swords and other stage de
vices seized and taken ns the property
of Donna Seymore to liquidate claims
Of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
Company, the Opera House Company
landjjther creditors.
will
vas
ago.
Df ASTE" I? Wît I
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LI C A n 1-I1C" IJCIU
lltAL) Ft MtlN
Probably the ontv marshal In the
parade on the afternoon of the "Home
Day" celebration who will be on foot
will be Post maste« Conrad. Chief
Marshal Post les selected Mr. Conrad
n* one of his ait's and tho latter has
decided to walk vlth els men, the let
ter carriers, employed at the local of
, fi ce
He will head the letter carriers and
walk over tho entire «oute -.t the
The men asked him and he
to walk
parade,
pleased them by agreeing
dth them.
POLICE GUARD
SAVINGS BANK
Mrs. O. H. Ruess and son. Warn*.
of Chesapeake City, have been spend
•Ing several days with friends bare.
1 ny THE JOURNAL'S Special Wire.
JERSEY CITY. Oct, 29. Police re
serves were .summoned to the Provl
for Savings (the Ree
Hive Bunk), at 239 Washington street,
at 10.30 this morning to keep In order
•towd of excited depositors,
mostly foreigners, employed at the
Institute
* l larjfc
If
. Havemeyer refinery.
The officers of the Institution say
that ^ -**> ■«* »w
.be able to withstand the run.
PADEREWSKI TO
PLAY IN THIS CITY
Great Pianist Selects Wilming
ton for One of His
Concerts
GREAT TREAT FOR LOCALS
A concert by Paderewski In this city
ta the interesting event announced' and
assured by the American manager of
\lho famous musician, and Wilmington
music lovera will congratulate them
selves of the opportunity of hearing in
their own city the master whij by com
mon consent has been acclaimed as the
greatest pianist of the time.
The engagement will be at the Grand
Opera House. The date, November CO,
has been held in reserve at the thea
tre for some months back, although
not until the present lias It been pos
sible to announce Paderewski's visit
here with certainly. He will give bub
75 concerts in America froth now until
next May, appearing twice and at
times three times a wtek. To allot
these 75 dates among ever 200 cities
from which applications for concerts
were received was a task which has
Anally been accomplished by the man
agement! and it may be said that the
selection of Wilmington for one con
cert is due to Paderewski's wish ,to
visit a number of cities where he has
not yet been heard. This city's com
paratively central location and Us
easy accessibility to the larger centers
also had a hearing in deciding the
matter.
Paderewski will play one concert In
Baltimore this week. His New York
city appearance is for the afternoon
of November 2, and on November IT lie
will play at Philadelphia. Paderewski
Is beyond question f'/aahlest technician
of the age. His skill seems beyond any
chance of eclipse, but it as an Inter
preter of the deepest and noblest feel
ings of humanity, wrought into musi
cal expression, lies the strongest
foundations for the pcrmanance of his
fame.
AFTER PUBLIC
FOR ASSISTANCE
!
Tho proposition to place Klammst
spring water In the public schools which
lias been before the Board of Education
for two weeks Is still under consideration
by that body. The question of money l.r a
stumbling block in the way of adopting
the system, but the Kiamensl Springs
Water Company suggests that a popular
subscription be taken up and «he dona
tions of money he received by the news
papers. The difference needed, lo put the
water in the schools, the Kiamensl Com
pany suggests, he made up by an appro
priation from the Board of Education,
The above proposition was made by tic
Kiamensl Springs Company to Chairman
Buckmaster of the health committee of
tire hoard. Dr. Buckmoster said the com
mlttec had not yet held a meeting on the
matter and he reported progress at last
night's meeting of the Board of Educa
tlon.
The board fixed the time for dismissal
In (he schools on Friday afternoons for
scholars who were perfect in their récita
tlnns and attendance during the week at
3 o'clock. Heretofore the time of dismiss d
was 3.3ft o'clock tor these scholars.
President Short! dge Informed the board
members that tho balance In bank was
$2767 for current expenses compared with
*1.994.« at the same time last year. Hej
advised the member to be cautious In tho
matter of expenditures.
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|j/'v| IPtAV PA D
flv/LIU/YT Iv/K
WATFR DFPA RTAYFISIT
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The Board of Water Commissioners yea
terdny afternoon decided lo close the of
n.-.-s of the Water Department on Thur«,
ll;iy October 31, "Home Day." The office
force and regular men will be given a
holiday.
Tho board awordsd the contract for
supplying the trail' worts for the new
boiler house at «he city mills to the Bel
mont Iron Company. Philadelphia. The
contract price for the Iron was $950. The
chief engineer was also instructed to ad
vertise for bids for the brick and car
Ihe boiler buildings. Only
penter work
bids from local contracts will be accepted
and will he opened next Monday.
The last bUI of the Pittsburg Filler
Manufacturing Company, amounting to
$7,395.93. was given Its first reading. This
is tile concern which built the preliminary
tillers which are now complete.
Superintendent Van Trump recommend
ed that the b nrd have a number of un
sightly poles in Sixteenth street between
Market and Walnut streets, removed. Ti e
matter was referred to the chief engineer.
Every man deeply respects the
individual who is guided and
governed by cool judgment and
common sense. If one finds his
habits of food or drink are pro
ducing some hints of disease he
should heed nature's warnings
and properly adjust his diet to
keep the beautiful human machin
ery in order.
One does not always know
where to commence to correct a!
•. • ... . . . t
diet, but one thing to stop IS cot
fee, a most alluring and insidious
the active drug in cof
enemy that "sings one to sleep
and knifes him."
The slow, but sure effect of
caffein
fee—on the heart, finally produces
, .
weak pulse and a deranged ner
system which grow slowly
, . . j
hut steadily more pronounced and
end in some fixed organic disease
, ... _ , _ . _,
unless the cause be removed.
Postum is scientifically made
of selected parts of the field
grains that yield the natural phos
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P hates wh,ch r «nJjld and give
vital energy to body and brain,
VOUS
"There's a Reason.
Piles Cured
Quickly at Home
Without Pain, Cutting op Surgery—In
stant Relief.
WE PROVE IT. SAMPLE
PACKAGE FREE.
Ft
it"
V
Y FREE,'
Trill Fcckigi
Old It
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There is Just one other sure way to
be cured—painless, safe and in the
privacy of your own home—it Is Pyra
mid Pile Cure.
We mall a trial package free to all
who write. ,
It will give you Instant relief, show
you the harmless, painless nature of
this great remedy and start you weil
on the wav toward a perfect cure.
Then you can get a full-sized box
from any druggist for 50 cents, and
often one box cures.
If the druggist tries to sell you
something just as good, it is because
lie makes more money on the substi
tute.
Insist on having what you call for.
The cure begins at once and con
tinues rapidly until it is complete and
permanent.
You can go right ahead with your
work and he easy and comfortable all
the time. /
It is well worth trying.
Just send vour name and address to
Pyramid Drug Co., 95 Pyramid Build
ing. Marshall. Mich., and receive free
by return mail the trial package in a
plain wrapper.
Thousands have been cured In this
easy, painless and Inexpensive way, In
the privacy of the home.
No knife and Its torture.
No doctor and hla bills.
All druggists, 50 cents,
day for a free package.
Write to
COUNTY PAYS
FOR NEW ROADS
Stewart and Donohoe reported hav
) ng finished building two stretches of
new road between Tybouts Corner and
Delaware City, and were allowed *8.,
31g, 47 balance due on the Delaware
city road, and $3.165.99, balance due on
the Tybout road. Previously the court
accepted the roads.
The court decided to buy a road
roller from the Kelley-Springfleld
R oa d Roller Company at a cost of
$2,850. The roller will be shipped here
al once,
file contract for decorating the front
,,f the Court Hause for the old Home
Day celebration, was awarded to G. W.
Bottomley. The public building com
to it tee was authorized to make other
necessary decorations.
The court allowed Theodore W.
Francis *75 for services rendered the
county during the month. The Demo
cratlc members of the court opposed
tlle Payment until tnev were shewn
jj, a j \j r Francis' services were indls
pensable to tho county at this time,
Then »hey withdrew their objection.
Time for opening bids for building
the road between Wilmington and New
Castle was extended until noon next
Wednesday, the Nnirt adjourning until
that time because of the special elec
lion on Tuesday, the regular meeting,
Highway From Tybouts to
Delaware City Reported
Finished
The Levy Court crowded much work
Into its one hour Bestem this morn
ing.
SPAIN'S KING IN
RAILWAY WRECK
By THE JOURNAL'S Special Wire.
CHERBOURG, France. Oct. 29—The
Kihg and Queen ot Spain narrowly
escaped death or serious Injury In an
accident to their train near Cherbourg
on their way to England corly to-day.
Though their Majesties were unharm
ed, widespread comment has been
create f by the series ot mishaps which
seem to occur wherever they go.
The royal party took the train at
Pans at midnight for Cherbourg,
where they were to lioard the British
battleship Renown, asslsgned to carry
them to England to visit King Ed
ward. \
Just as they were entering Cher
bourg the train ran off the rails. To
the fact that it had slowed down for
the station is probably duo the fact
that no serious damage was dono. The
accident has not yet been explained.
CANNON OUT
FOR PRESIDENCY
CHICAGO. Oct. 29—"LTncIe" Joe
(_. annon has become a full-llcdgcd can
didate for President. He will be back
ed by the solid Illinois Republican coa
gressional delegation. Speaker Can
non's candidacy was formally launched
at a conference last evening with Con
gressman William B. McKinley and
Frank O. Louden in Chicago. All the
Hcpubllcan congressmen but four were
in attendance.
Speaker Cannon, in a brief address to
his friends, said that he was not a
caIMUd ate in the sense that he was per
sonaiiy seeking the nomination, "but,"
he added, "if our parly should deem it
Wise that 1 Should bo the standard
hearer. I don't suppose it would be
hoove me to ref,,se ,hat honor
... . „ , , .
Mrs. Agnes A. Shopfer and daughter
w||1 soon return from a ten week a
trip to New York, Philadelphia and
At the close of the secret conference
Washington.
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Undoubtedley
We have the choicest lines of Apples in this city,
which we shall offer to purchasers all this winter. Our
display consists of Fallow Waters, Smoke House, Grimes
Golden, Dr Apple and Bell Flower. We have a fine lot of
Sweet anJ White Potatoes and country produce at reason
able prices.
WEBSTER WALLS,
N. E. Cor. Third and King Streets.
Under Millinery Store.
Schagrin's
Exclusive Millinery
60$ Market Street
Open
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
Evenings
Formerly "THF LEADER
• •
Seasonable Groceries at Lynch's
All kinds of whole and ground Spices. Fruit Jars. Jar
Caps and Rubbers. Pure Cider Vinegar for pickling,
25c. the gallon. New Mackerel and Cod Fish just in
stock.
D. W. LYNCH CO.
Main Store: N. W. Cor. Fourth and Madison Sts.
Branch Store : S. W. Cor. Eighth and Ktng Sts.
SSTThonc Orders Appreclaled.
IF WILMINGTON GOES DRY
You want to get a line on a good drinking Coffee, try our new brand
POUND
Union Breakfast Coffee, 24c
35c Value
Ask your neighbor about it.
GRAND UNION TEA CO., 609 King Street.
Merchant
j Tailor : :
W. Howard Dunbar
405 SHIPLEY ST.
FALL AND WINTER STYLES
NOW READY.
Closing
■Ready-made Clothing
Out Sale of all our
Owing to our arge merchant tailoring business we are com
pelled to dispose ot all our READY MADE CLOTHING.
The latest style suits, overcoats, raincoats, etc. at less than the
wholesale cost.
They must go at one-third less than the selling price, which
Now this is a bonafide sale
/
is plainly marked on every garment
ai we are positively going to discontinue the ready-made business
and feel the proper time to give a bargain is when it is needed
Reasonable alterations made. These goods will be sold
most,
for cash only.
Goodman and Gilbride
319 Market St. or S.* W. Corner 4th and Market
4
You insist on full value when you make a purchase
When you
need Coal
This
ARDARA
means
.
GEORGE W. BUSH & SONS CO.,
Foot of French Street.
*
—Ol
- Belt Says -
HALLOWE'EN DISGUISES
*
Need Either BLUNT CORK or CLOWN WHITE.
We have these and a complete lino of the best GREASE PAINTS
at reasonable prices.
$
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I ! TABUFHÏC 1811
Pharmacist. MUth and Market Streets.
uad been Invlrrd to a
ball, said to her mistress, /'Some ob de
othali gals la gwlne to put on full
evenin' dress, but I Isn't." "What do
you Intend to wear?" asked her mis
tress, "Me? Oh, I's Jess gwlne ter
w'ar mah clo'es," was the reply.—Con
gregaUooallsU
L
An old Scottish woman wished to
sell n hen to a neighbor.
"But tell me," the neighbor said
she a' thegither a guld bird? Has sbo>,
got nap fants, nae fauts at all?"
"Aweel, Margot," the other old wo
man admitted, "she has got one faut.
Ehe will iay on the Lords day."
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