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The Sawfish.
More enerBctlc th.u any other shark*
are the sawfish, whose snouts are pro
longed Into a broad blade of cartilage.
which is borizontaf when the fish is
swimming in a normal positiou aud
has both Its edges set with slightly
curved teeth about an Inch apart. The
end of this formidable looking weapon
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Is blunt and comparatively soft, so
that It Is quite Incapable of the feats
popularly attributed to It of piercing
whiles' bodies, ships' timbers, etc. It
attacks other fish by a swift lateral
thrust of the saw beneath them, the
keen edge disemboweling them. Then
..n .
It feeds upon the soft entrails, which
are apparently the only food It «n
eat from tho peculiar shape of its
mouth. It has nn enormous number
of small teeth, sometimes as many ad
fifty rows Id one individual, but the
are evidently unfit for the rougt
There are two gardens of England—
namely, Kent and Worcestershire. That
of Ireland is usually said to be Car
low, In Leinster. Italy aud Belgium
are both called the garden of Europe,
... ., . - , . . . . ..
wdhe that of h ranee is Amboise, in the
department of Indre-et-Lolre. The gar
den of Italy Is Sicily and of Spain An
dalusla. In the east Ceylon and Bur
ma have both received the title, and
the district of India so honored Is
Oude. Glamorganshire is often spoken
of as the garden of south Wales. To
.. . . - . . ... ,
the region west of our noble Missis
duties required of their teeth by th»
garbage eating members of the fans
Uy.
National Gardent.
slppi the title ''garden of the world
In a public school examination an
eccentric examiner demanded. "What
views would King Alfred take of uni
, _ .
versai suffrage and printed books if he
were living now?" The Ingenious pu
pH wrote In answer, "If King Alfred
were alive he would be too old to take
has been given.
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IN ROUMANIA
Letter by Mrs. H. G. Knowlas read
Before Daughters of
the Revolution.
Concluded from yesterday.
Tlie last of June wo went to Bervitt,
where Mr. Knowles presented his let
ters of credence lo King Peter, and I
had the pleasure of merlin* his daugh
ter. tho Princess Helene, a very sweet
girl of twenty-two years, who does her
best to fill a very exacting position.
Motherless und brought up in n
strange country, the Princess has few
friends among the .Servian girls of
good family, and is obliged besides to
live within fifty feet from the spot
where King Alexander and Queen
Drugo were so horribly murdered. Af
ter my audience with the Princess, she
invited me to tea in the palace garden.
All sorts of dainty cool things to cat
and drink wore served, and after
wards cigarettes were passed, and few
'
,
there refused, except Mrs. Whitehead,
the wife of the English Minister, and
Mrs. Knowles. We had ever so good
a time In Belgrade, everyone was so
kind to us. but It Is not a prepossess
ing city; sewers are Just being intro
duced, and the pavements are—well,
the less said the better.
When we left Belgrade wo took a
steamer and came jjown the Danube to
Turnio fcieverin, just within thé Ro«
manian frontier. It was a beautiful
ride. On the banks of the river from
lime to time, were old ruins, i'ortreshes
with oreneleated towers speaking not
only of the time when "knights were
bold." but of their wonderful skill in
building As wc approached the nur
row gorge of the Danube known as the
"Ison Gates," we were constantly re
minded that tile Romans had been
there. We saw the inscribed tablet of
that inveterate old globe trotter. Tro
tojjan,—what a people they were, those
onefold Romans, and whut a lasting mark
they left on good Mother Earth.
InAugust we went to Bulgaria and there
Mr. Knowles presented his letters of
credence to Prince bordinand and lis
wl,h P leas ; ,re HI» H lKhne«ia«
* ulo *> r , uf ^ ab,e a *| d 1 hrlU,an . t Pr . e 1 '";
dent * remark in passing that
Mr. Roosevelt 1 h enthuaiatitlcaily ad
m , red Kurollo wd is lookf . ( , upon
'generally as our country's greatest man.
while In Bulgaria we made two
vMtx to American missions and then
x ol(1 wl8 „ you werfe «11 with me, wliut u
patriotic love feast we woo'd have had.
Th( . northern part of Bulgaria hus been
assigned to the Methodists, the south
ern part to the Congregationallsts and
both are doing splendid work, un our
way to Sophia we stopped at Plevia.
the scene of the great battle of the
Jlusso-Turklsh war where Osman Pasha
finally surrendered and by which Bul
garia obtained her liberty. At Plevna
we were met by a naturalized Ameri
can «ho received us cordially and con
ducted us lo the carriage which the
missionaries had secured for us. We
started off, three horses harnessed
abreast to an open carriage, bolls Jing
ling. whip cracking and making a fine
show. One driver, a tall, gaunt indi
vidual might have been the "long, lean,
lantern-jawed man just down from
Michigan." but alas! he wasn't, so we
had lo converse exclusively in sign
U "^rove four heurt steadily, only
8 t 0 p P j ng a few minutes to water and
I feed the horaea; night fell with all Its
jmysterion« sounds, and the burs it out
j linen of the hills and the hare field»
j « ere softened and beautified in the
I'Sbt of the young moon. It was ten
i°' cl ' M * ' vh< n .T' ^n. ^'Tn^nn
.drew relu under the light of the mis
I , on door Afler thp orlenta | country
iwe had pas8ei i through, with all the
! unusual and picturesque cost- unes und
j sights. It was really a shock to be re
[celved b> Miss Blackburn and Mi»s
Davis, whose accent afonce told that
I were Illinois, »nd lo enter
'iho houbo which looked as thougii it
tjken bodlly , r „ n) ._s ay
Georgetown, and set down in Bulgaria,
when they gave ua friend chicken with
milk gravy, mushed potatoes, canned
jeorn, cold slaw and apple pie for dinner,
: I hail to pinch myself to make sure I
was really in Lovetch. We had such
la lovely time, wc gladly promised that,
all being well, we would go back next
spring and cross the Shipka pass to
Kai.enllk. the valley of roses where
the celebrated altar of roses is made.
From Sophia we w-ent six hours Into
the country, over another spur of the
Balkans, to Samakow. where we spent
lhr<e days with the missionaries, and
what a treat it was! One who has not
ln part Æ
realize what peculiar conditions pre
va jj )n tne Balkan territory, nor what
t j ie -ji acedo nian Question" means. I
wou ] d not even try to explain it, but
, «-III only say that conditions are such
that the American schools offer the
only moral and efficient education to
bP ha<1 and the resuUs are fine beyond
UoubUt^ The native chtmch doe. abso
lately nothing for the people, not e\en
Ber . nonf) arc preached, except on spec
j a j occasions and :he people know noth
j ing of the Bible. Their religion, so
called, amounts to simple fetich wor
! ship, hence when the Bible readers go
among them, many are simply over
l°y« d ftnd become the very truest of
they J.° over
doctrine or quarrel over the splitting
of hatrs they Bimply bcIleve> and do
tbe wlll of G ,. (! a „ best they can. just
did the early Christians when the
«-.indevful message was first giver, by
tlie apjstlea. Naturally these modern
converts look up to the missionaries
ns to beings of a superior order and
the United States almost spells Hea-'cn
to them, as they think all Americans
are like the missionaries. As many
as can get away, go to America confi
dent that beneath the stars and stripes
they will find the freedom, peace and
riches which are so hard to have lr
their own country. It made my heart
ache to think how many have been
disappointed So great has been the
tide of Immigration to the United
States, some villages have only women
and children in them. The Bulgarian
government has tried different re
pressive measures without avail.
To me it was most inspiring to be
those brave patient mlssion
arles ; to see the actual working of
the faith that makes faithful and to
feel that American devotions, patriot
ism and grit were proving themselves
-
as ever, at the head. In Samakow I
saw the house where the brigand
tapped on the window and offered -to
ransom Miss Stone,—who has, by the
way. paid back her ransom with the
(money earned by her lectures. A mis
sionary's life Is still surrounded by
I trials and hardships and an armed
guard In the mission eoni|>oiind at
I night proves that even in "Free Bul
garia" there Is danger.
On our return from Bulgaria, we
once more took up our life in Sinaia
Early In September 1 went to Vienna
to meet my mother and
brought them hcipje In triumph.
day of rest, we left for Constant!
nopie on the beautiful new "Dacia.
aunt am
Afte
*
We sailed at midnight and the next
morning found us in the Bosphorus,
You have all heard and read reams
of description of Constantinople and
I shall not bore you with any rap
tures, I have no adjectives left to
express it; its perfect sky. against
which its many minarets stand out like
big silver needles, the exquisite beauty
of Its situation—then on the other hand
the dirt, sloth and decay, the disgust
ing dogs in the streets, make a com
bination not to be found anywhere
else on earth. We lunched with our
ambassador, Mr. Leluhinan and through
his kindness, we were enabled to see
many places not generally shown to
strangers. All the time we were
in Constantinople I felt ns, though I
were in one of the "Arabian Night's
Tales." and when at the Belamltk we
saw the Sultan going to mosque It
was almost a disappointment that he
did not come forth In a brocade robe
and a diamond aigrette in his turban.
When we were oncp more in Rou
munta it seemed so clean and civilised,
I sighed from sheer Joy and comfort.
By the time this reaches you we
shall be. In Bucharest tor the winter,
where wo have secured a pleasant and
comfortable modern home for the lega
tion. With some of our home treasures
about us we hope to be very contented.
Bucharest is really a tine city, gay
and bright and soon the opera, con
certs and theatres will be in full swing.
Yesterday when I was In town 1 saw
"Shenock Holmes" advertised to be
played at the National theatre.
I am sure you will all ho glad to
know that my boys are In splendid
1 health. They have grown wonderfully
and are so strong and well, I have a
thrill of Joy every time I look at them,
They chatter in three or tour languages
and quite put their mother to shame,
for as yet I have not learned much of
the Roumanian language. I have been
away too often for regular study nnd
then the higher classes speak French
so much It makes It harder to learn
Roumanian. 1 find my French and
German very useful. Roumanta I» a
beautiful country, carpeted with ex
quisite (lowers of many colors, possess
ing a fertile soil, and she also has
extensive oil (Petroleum) fields and de
posits of various minerals which will
bring her great riches when they «re
exploited. The people are kind and
courteous und I am very happy here,
still I do not once forget that 1 had
the honor of being born in the United
States of America and that though
other countries have their advantages,
ours is ever the best of all. I never
see our beloved flag without u big lump
conies in my throat and woman like
my eyes fill with tears.
I hope 1 shall soon have some ac
count of your doings. 1 am Just as
Interested ua ever in the Caesar Rod
ney Chapter and the Daughters of the
American Revolution. Even though
obeans and countries may separate us,
there is no separation for those who
love each other, and my heart goes out
to you ever more warmly. We can
feel ourselves all of the same great
family, under the same glorious flag
und the same Beautiful Creator.
And now having fulfilled my promise
to give you an account of myself, I
send my love to you and pray that both
us a chapter and Individually, succeas
in all good thing» may l>e yours and
God's tenderest blessing.
EDITH WALLACE KNOWLES
October 20th, 1907.
SNUFFBOXES.
i Once He'd an Important Part In the
Council» of Nations,
No longer applicable is au old diplo
mat's advice to "take snuff often and
slowly." yet according to the Hoa.
John W. Foster, author of "The Prac
tice of Diplomacy." the time was when
snuffboxes held nu important part lu
the councils of nations. The present
which the Spanish government ten
dered to General Pinckney ln 1T05 and
which congress withheld from him was
I gold snuffbox.
The British plenipotentiary who at
tended the conferences at the close of
the Napoleonic wars received as pres
ents twenty-four snuffboxes of the
value of £1,000 each. Richly Jeweled
boxes were the diplomatic fashion a
century and more ago, but the fashion
has changed.
As a reminder of the olden time, Sir
Charles Russell, afterward lord chief
Justice of England, the British senior
counsel In the Bering sea arbitration
at Paris In 1893, a great collector of
historic snuffboxes, carried a precious
one nnd was constantly offering Its
contents to bis colleagues.
After the treaty of 1856 was conclud
ed with Persia the American minister
to Turkey, who signed It, wrote to the
secretary of state:
"I would suggest the following pres
ent; A diamond snuffbox of the value
of 34.000 for the shah; to Miron Agbra
Kbau, the grand vizier, a diamond
snuffbox to the value of $3,000; to
Farrukh Khfiu, with whom the treaty
was negotiated, another of the same
value; to Mirza Ahmed Khan, the
Persian charge at Constantinople, a
diamond snuffbox to the value of
$ 2 , 000 ."
YPSILANTI.
Nearly Four Hundred Ways of Spell
ing the Name.
Curious postal officers in Michigan
nnd Washington hare been keeping
for years past u record of the different
«-ays Ypsllanti bus been spelled on
mall matters, aud by' comparing the
notes they have preserved a list of
veritable orthographic wonders has
been compiled. This list easily estab
lishes the claim that more different
ways for spelling Ypsllanti have been
devised than fur spelling any other
geographical name in America.
In nil no less than 372 distinct wayw
of spelling the name have been count
ed. and It Is probable that the greater
number, perhaps all, have been used
In good faith by persons who actually
believed that the orthographic combi
nations reproduced were the correct
combinations for representing -Ypsl
lantl on tho written or printed page.
Every letter in the alphabet except
"R" has l>een used as the Initial letter
of the name, though «-hy so obvious
a combination as Rj-psllantl should be
neglected when others much less ob
vious have been employed Is difficult
to explain. As a matter of fact the
variations la the spelling are chiefly
confine*] to tho first syllable, "Y" be
Ing a letter larking or having only an
indifferent standing lu many foreign
language». ^
Tipsy Lnntl and Zyp Silauti are met J
with, and among the spellings farthest
away from the accepted and official 1
standard are Wbypsorlanter and Utp
i.salaudd» r —Chicago Inter Ocean.
REGISTERS ORDERS.
STATE OF pEI.AVVARE, IN THE REG.
COURT,
NEW
CASTLE
I8TERS
COUNTY.
In the mutter of the pro >f of a certain
p«p«i writing, purporting to be the last
will and testament of Elizabeth B.
Fmyd. deceased.
AND NOW Tu WIT. this Thirtieth day
of October. A. D,. 1907, It appearing to tho
register that the citation I surd in tills
c»hc has been returned by the sheriff non
sunt Inventl, as to Ft a nil McManus, isn
hella McManus. Harold W. McManus, and
Willard II. McDowell, and I lint they are
I the slate and cun not he served
with process.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the
register that Hie said Frank McManus.
Isabella McManus. Harold W. McManus
and Willard H. McDowell, appear before
the register at his office In Wllml.iston,
on Tuesday, the Nineteenth day of No
vember, next, at In o'clock, a. m., (hat
bring the lime and place appointed by the
register for the adjourned hearing of the
proof of a certain paper writing, hear ng
■' 'e November Nineteenth, A D tan
and purporting to be the last will and t,wl
lament of Elizabeth B. Floyd, deceased
AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED hv
the Register of Wills that u copy of this
order he published in THE KYENINO
out
•TOURNAT,, a dally newspaper of the c'tv
of Wilmington aforesaid, for the per'od
of six days preceding the said Nineteenth
day Of November and that the further
considération of the matters aforesaid lie
continued »0 the time and place In said
order mentioned.
FRANCIS M WALKER.
Register of Wills,
nl2-(it
REGISTER'S ORDER,
Office of the Register of Wills,
New Castle Co.. Del.. Nov. 14th 19U7
I pon the appileutlon of lamina Koemer
'■•.»rrutrlx of Frederick (', Roemer, late of
llmlnglon hundred, in mild county ,lo
i-eaeed. it Is ordered and directed by the
Register of Will that the Executrix
aforesaid give notice of granting of |«|.
tors Testamentary upon tho estate of the
deceased, with tho date of granting
thereof, hy causing sdverllserients to ho
posted within forty days from tho data
of such Letters In six of the most public
places of the County of Now Castle
attiring ail persona having demands
against the estate to present the same
or abide by an act of Assembly <n such
case made and provided: and »loo cause
tho same to be Inserted within the same
period In The Evening Journal, iv nows,
paper published In Wilmington, Del., and
to he continued therein three
(e.o.d.)
I
Weeks
Given under the hand and seal
of office of the Register of Will*
aforesaid, at Wilmington, In New
(SEAL) Castle county aforesaid, the day
and year above written.
FRANCIS M. WALKER.
Keister of Wills.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that letters Tea
ed unto the undersigned, «n the 14th day
persons having claims against ilia rsmte
of the dnenased must present the .aine,
duly attested.-to the said Executrix on
nr before »lie fllh ilay of Novemlier, A.
!>.. 1908, or abtrle the Art of Assembly in
such case made and provided,
LOUISA lUJiiEMER,
Executrix.
Address William F Kuril Esq.,
torney-at-laiw. Wilmington, Del,
n!4-9t-eod
At
PUBLIC SALES.
PUBLIC SATsK
The subscriber, about t> relnqulih
farming, will »oil at hi* residence on the
Oh«nol«*r farm, two mile* fu m Wilming
ton. on the 1*anca*ter X* ke. ChHxthmà
Hundred. Delaware, on
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1907.
At 1 o'clock *hari>.
MOnSF.8 -No. 1. Harry, brown home
8 yearn old. werk anywhere, good driver,
»ale for lady to drive. No. 2. Jim, black
home. M yearn old, good worker, fair
driver. No. 3. Sj»ot, 12 year» old. good
woiker nnd fair drver.
5 head of home-nt>ed dalrv cmwh, 2
HolKtelns. 3 Jersey a. dort« Fpringor, hull
calf, T mon ths old. |ulr plgn, S week» old;
130 diiökchj. 7 goeae Eirm'tv; Impl«>mente
Market wagon, form wngqn. farm wagon
I l^ed. market wagi-n polo pi >w*. narrows,
ï cultivators, buggy, 2 sets wagon harndka
In good order. 2 »et» s'ngle harness,
bridles, cnllarr, fodder culler, grind Mono
fork», shove!», 'hoes. j>o»l ^pado,
ehnln», and »Maw by the
fodder by tho bündln, loo buehi N of corn.
<5 acres of wheat in the ground and many
other artiele» I»k> num^oiw to mention.
Ternie of »ale-Over |2f* a credit of :•<»
days. 2 per cent, off for ca*h on all
credit »um».
cow
ton.
I-A.IAS RHOADS.
Stidham and Hon. Auc, nî-13-16-18-19-20
HOTELS
HOTEL
»■ST. DENIS-*
BROADWAY AND UTH STREET
NEW YORK. CITY.
Ussy Aocsss of E»*tT Point «8
Wilkin
taUmst. Htlf Bio- k from W.n.awkore.
• BUtttss' wsiz of Hsepf lag District.
NOTED FOR: Ki.U.nc of Oui tins. On»
> Appaluiments, Cour trou. 8»
cud Horn.like Surroundings
ROOMS SI.50 PER DAY AND UP
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Table d'hote Breakfast 50c.
WM.TAYLOR & SON, InO*
ALSO S
HOTEL MARTIXHtl'L *
DroadwAj 4k 33rd fitnet.
fort t hi»*
Tic»
Telling Talee.
The teacher was giving them a prac
tice lesson In the art of conversation,
and every little girl was expected to
tell of some Incident In her recent ex
perience. In the class there was one
bashful little girl who finally was
Induced to tell of an experience she
bad when the family were out riding:
"We were riding along, having a nice
time," she said, "when we saw another
borsc and buggy coming very fast
And pretty soon the buggy ran Into
something and was upset, and all the
people were thrown out. Then papa
said; 'Good enough (or them. I never
liked those people very well anyhow.' '*
There was a burst of laughter in the
room, for everybody knew who the peo
ple In the accident were.—Columbus
Dispatch.
j Companion.
,
TU- q._ OM Mn.U—
I ne name uto twoiner.
"Now. Jamie," said the schoolteacher.
"if there were onlv one nie for dessert
lf there were oniy one pio tor uesscrx
and there were five of you children ana
papa and mamma to divide It among,
lo,—, - „Io—, ,,,.„ 1,1 v _„ —.tv**
how large a piece «outa >ou get.
"One-Sixth," replied Jamie promptly.
"But there would be «even people
.. . *_;
there, Jamie. Dont you know now
many times seven goes Into one?"
T _, v mother
Yesrn, and I know my mother.
She'd say she wasn't hungry for ® »
I that day. I'd get one-sixth."—Youth's
A Disappointment.
Rich Uncle (to his physician)—So yon
j
1 think there Is hope for me?
! "Not only that, but l cau assure yon
that you are out of danger."
"Very well I wish you would
for,u nephew, but breaU the news
gently to him. —Philadelphia Inquirer.
Sllcer—Shocking! This paper
that 8.000 people died lacking
^
J
»ays
1 medical services last year,
—Wu!l. well! You wouldn't think that
poslhle, would you?—Cleveland Lead
Unaided.
Dr.
Mrs. Sheet
«c*
Ads Received Too Late
For Classification Will Be
Found on Page Two.
HELP WANTED—FEMALE.
WANTED— A white woman for wo lr sh
who Is willing to assist with «us'd ig and
ironing Apply n the evening to Mrs.
nlMt
WAN'rtOD—A woman lo take home and
do washing for a lumlly of four. Apply
at 2lw VV. Twenty-llfth St. nl5-2t
WANTED—A girl in family of two. Ap
ply 805 Madison 3t, n!5-3t
I!, w. (iMiifF, 1103 Clayton Ht.
SALESLADIES WANTED-For Satur
days only, nfternoon and evening. One
who can speak Polish required. 232 King
n!4-3t
St.
WAHTED—Experienced hosiery border
ers. D-lawarc Hosiery Mfg. Co., 15lh and
Market Sts. nG-tf
prestige In selling a good dividend pay
lug preferred stock, for a corporation un-l
dee good management and diable di-|
rectorat». No experience 1» naceeeary. but
n derlre to make good le required. Alto
reference. Address M .Ms office^ nl5-2t
WANTED-For the II. 8. Marine Corps;.
men between aue* 21 and 35. An opportun!«
ty to see the wot id For full information
,
apply in person or by letter to U. 8
Marine Corps Recruit ng < »Dice. Posto'll-e
Building, Wilmington, Del. o2J 29t
HELP WANTED—MALE.
WANTED. A MAN—There la money and
Agents, apply Lewis Chair
WANT KI
Co.. HOG Orange Bt. Easy seller. Lb'-ral in.
ducemenis. nl-lm
PROFESSIONAL
CLIFFORD E. ISZARD
1002 Jackson Street
Delaware
Wilmington,
DEVISER OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS.
ACCOUNTANT.
D ami A Phone 3151 A.
AUDITOR
DR NORMAN WINNER,
Dentist,
No. G05 KING STREET.
Crown, Brûler. Porcelain.
Orthodontia.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished
rooms. Apply 319 East Fourth HI. nl5-lm
FDR RENT—Furnished
board. 802 King St.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms,
all conveniences. .814 King St. nl4-!it
FOR RENT I'm n shed and unturn'shid
rooms. 417 East Fifth Bt.
FOR RENT—Furnished communicating
rooms with
n!4-3l
nlS-lm
rooms, with board. Apply 409 Del-twaru
avenue. ' n7-2w
FOR RENT—Two tmr,l-«tory front
rooms. Apply southwest corner Delaware
avenue nnd Jackson street.
o2i-lm
WANTED-Occuimnt for two MronJ
•tory room». »Ingl« cr cnmmunh atlna |m
private fam'ly, n«ir Twelfth and W%»h
Ington Htreet». D. A* A.. 3125
.-..if
WANTED—Youpx man or two .\otmg
men for third »lory front to mi over
Washington rtrcoi r r id s e Good home for
the right person. Address. Home. Evening
Journal Office.
ol-tf
GIRARD- -805. Lfi and MS Race at. Philo,
deiphla. Booms. 38. 85, Sttc. Gentleman only
m28-Ur
BOARDERS WANTED
WA NT RD—Hoarder». Sit Weal 8t.
Homo comfort». Rate«. $4 per w«ek- u!4 Ini
WANTED—Gentlemen boarders In prl
n4-13t
vale family. 1202 Talna 1 8t.
ROOMS WANTED
Private lesion, s ipecislty Special cla-iforlad
JOHN ROZELL »"d children. Hours 7 lo 10 n
■_._._ tn. Buck und win», do* »na lia
Instructor dsncln«. Third floor. 6i0!a Mar
ket Street. Wilminttton. Delaware.
WANTED—Two or three unfurnished
room», »unable for light lo usokeeplng
Address B. D. A., euro Evening Journal.
nW-lt
DANCING
——
~~
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
PRINTED Envelopes, Bill Heads. Nota
Heads. Statements. Business Cards.
Shipping Tuas. 1130 per thourand. < aalt
with order. Home higher. John T. Mull na
Inc., 300 Shipley 8t. n!3-ly
or
FOR SALE.
FOB BALE—Rambler auto at a bar
gain. Reason for selling, going West. Ap
ply 2483 Pennsylvania Avenue. Phone
ta-tt
45 : \
FOR SALE—Horse, for want of use, l:ro
pound». Inquire S. W. corner Sixteenth
und Park Ave. Thomas Ryan.
nl«-3t
BUSINESS CARDS.
FURS! FURS! FURS!
Ail kinds of Hides and Furs bought.
Highest prices paid for Mink and Fox
skins.
*m,p t,- . i w j vrvrriM u-,i , p, r>t.-a
THE W. c^flNuTON WAU.1 APr.s
House. .05 Orange »t.. will paper rooms
for 82.60 up. On all bills taw than «19 *
F*r c * nt wl!1 al.owed
On all bille of 310 or more, a discount al
10 per cent, will be allowed. Satisfaction
a30-tf
C. S. HUR; ' *K,
Seventh and % )pi»r Sts.
guaranteed on all work.
WM. E. WILLIAMS CO.,
8?1 Oran«» 8t Hoofing. Spouting nnd
Heating. Metnl ond coirf»«»i»:'.on roofing
Hot Air beat ng and ventilating. Repair-1
Ing promptly do: ( « Phone» n2*My
-
LOST AND FOUND
LOST AND FOUND
——
Ij0 bt-A fold locket end chain with the
initials R B. Reward if returned to The
Journal Office. nl5-3t
-
i,f)8T--White bull terrier, collar markvd
J E. Morgan, Savannah Georgia Rewind:
1 " • -I ' 1 .
.- _ ... _-*
^
REPAIR WORK
—w
MOWERS sharpened rubber
tl ^? 0 ? ba "b? Ârî'.n'd c7r'
|wt »weeper* repaired. JOHN T. 8CH
WETZER. 535 M eet Front 8- Both
nhnnM sz-tc
p '
|
. ,. .
you cheap | y You mav , hinh
you can g , t thr „ ll(!h th!s WO rld without
j, rr i ns and knowledge, but your're mla
1 ta!:en. Educate your Braine. Don't
be the Jack Horner of your town. Get
educated The course Ï have fop sale
•» well worth Investigating.
EDUCATIONAL
Young man, listen! I have an educa
tional course in cne of the most re
Address P. O. Box. 1021. *
Read THE EVENING JOURN*'
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR HA LE.
A nice country seat, with good l»u-.l<8
lues and up-to-date plumbing. *0 acres of
I laud—Good macadam road—call road sta*
I ' on one minute walk— 2 miles from city.
Nice new up-to-date houses for sa'e—
Rodney street between Second and Third
streets—8 R. & B.—Terms to suit pur*
chaser.
For eale at a reasonable price—Poasee
slnn at any time—property In good con
dition—HOT Vsn Buren street—Good lo
cation and convenient.
CHARLES C KURTZ.
101! Market street,
(Opposite Court House.)
FOR BALE.
Six of the finest tws and one-half story
house» that have ever been erected In this
city. Facing the Boulevard and only one
from It. within one square
commanding an unob
structed view of Brandywine hundred
these homes are located In the heart of
iho best and most rapidly Improving sec
tion of the city. Containing eight rooms
hath, pantry, large storeroom on the third
finer, cemented cellar with heater, and
with tho liest and latest sanitary appoint,
mi nts. arranged for either cas or electr o
fighting, five pieces of solid oak furnl"
lure which ers indispensable already *n
»em'K.^^ovVr'^n^;
place In reception hall; wardrobe with
plat« Kin»» front in on#» front bed room,
?rontT^
rear hay windows; front and two
porches; front and rear yards; and ce
lui m pavement nil around; house finished
I with three coals of whit, point outside
"SmÄ«tTta'lact "mîl#
«int», and «orne, a lift!© In advance of (he
r " n housee. For tel ms call on
William O Bryan at 3 W. corner Fifth
and M * rkfl , g „ B .,ynard Jr wuil
siiuare away rr
of the trolley,
eir
Market, or on the promues. Twenty*
» n<1 Monroe. Two houses now ready
for Inspection or occupancy.
"3-lm
F' >R SALE < HI RENT ,\ hi ni i I ab at
.3 acres In Meh state of cultivation; hiillrt
iriii> 'n good order, convenient to chute i.
' f school#, trolley und steam r* ads Ap
ply to Gnldlng Son't* Co.. Hockoaeltt, Del.
o22-t. w.a-tf
FOR SALE -A stroll farm of 29 seres.
Apply to Thomas 8. Marshall. Ml Cuba
nl4-m. w,s-lf
for BALE— Houae, 6 rooms u-d hath.
Apply l»)l West St. H14-1.-19
TEN DAY OFFERING ONLY.
Md-6-8-10 fluP.ml street; new ...
houses, G moms. bath, sow.t. porch
yard, heater, cement cellar, et*-,. ' t
sold quick with little c n-h. now tailing
fur 31, per month; low price lo ci ■*-, for
terms, etc., apply
modern
•«
!»•
T F. McEVII.LT CO„
— , _ Mortgage and Insurance
I rokers, lt ?.1 W Fourth St Wllmbnrton,
Real Estate
u *'- Both Pli nee.
FOR RALE—Nice double ho is- with
steam heat, hot nnd cold water, elegant
bath also large frame shop for sloro
nuim. and slono blarksmlfh shop, stah'o.
lie., house, etc. Possession any time, lait
road V 100 ' * * mlle * from Hty on good
CHART.ES C. KURTZ,
1011 Market Street,
(Opposite Court Houae.)
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
STORE FOR RENT—At No. 82) MndU
80,1 81 • nl 2 ©od-tr
FOR RENT.
1813 I.BUi-aslar Avc . 7 R , B A P . 114 00
12*14 Plea.-unl 8t., 6 R i U.313."
J ''>•* 2'.ehrdluTit 'a j.Sand
21 V. ••! HI 9 R &- B. 321CO
Apply WILMINGTON TRUST CO..
Tenth and Market sta.
1-'"R RENT -FOUR FIN» OFFICES"*
Entire first floor. Large fireproof vault.
Electric light. Heat and janitor service.'
102» MARKET STREET,
Oppos to Court Hough.
Rent very reasonable. Apply
o3l-lm ANDREW E. SANBORN.
WANTED
ALL KINDS of Raw Furs end Skins.
Highest Msikct prices paid. L. Bklut md
Son, 1(13-1*15 Kost Front St. o5-eod-3m
WANTED—Good second bond
costs. Hurlock, Seventh and Poplar Sts.
n«-lf
over
WANTED-AFTER
OTHERS
FAIL you will buy an L. C. Smith "Vis
ible'' typewriter. Machines rented,
CHAS G. GlTYER,
Court Stenographer.
826 Market 8t.
'Phono 1288.
w A NTED—FURNITURE -Your entîï*
household, also office furniture, antiques
If you have furniture In storage I will
buy and pay you cash, more than any
dopier; estimates given free; all trans
tionK confidential, don't sell until vou
get my cash offer, no matter how large
Hr
the / mount IM-tno and two »nfos for sale.
Write or 'Phone, D. and A Phone 6749;
Automatic. 2343
| CHARI. ES 8, HURT.GCK,
| oJR-Tm Serenth and Poplar Sts.
WANTED- Highest prices paid for sld
ge'tj und silver, broken jewelry. M. BAR
«IR IN Merkel 8t J#-ly
NOTICES.
|
1
NOTICE—AN ORDINANCE TO PRE
VENT SPITTING IN CERTAIN PUB
LIC PLACKS IN THE CITY OF WIL
MINGTON.
Be It ordaiaed by th.< Cc vin/11 of Wl'.mlng.
, ton:
SECTION 1 —It »hol' b- -it lnw-'ul o-t «-d
after tlie p/isuaze of thl< **rd>anoe for
ayn iM-reon lo »pit on the .-'l ie
Ing or footwav of »->* * id. 1 »'ta t, way.
park or square, or u- « :i b- II i of < ny
hall or office li nry n o', »put-mnt
house lenen e l or 1 • 's : lv*ii«e wh eh
is used In co ilm n to th guy t* or ten
ants thereof . r up**n t' .* fi o-*. * la"form,
steps or ».a'.*» of : ny pub i ) u din t, hnl
i-hnrrh. tlico'i* rafiorry tn • n. tier
factory, être t car or <1 e i ub lr convey,
a no*.
SECTION 2.—Th- le-ri 's 1 tlrg" a* r -
dinuutv shall be a -
ferrcil lo in HH»
llni-ii, us fol'ow»:
Thu act of exrs'IIng tinyth ng from the
chest I hi **at, mouth or ro r.
SECTION A.—Any vleln'lon of Ihfs or
dinance shall bn punit habt» with u lb e
of not in»» than one d il!ar - or more
than five dolts'-i for th- find cffe-ise. arc!
not legs than two dollere nor mors thin
dollars for < aoh otl.-ce- d'nx offen»»
" Ji r „ r - ad i n - ovt. b.-r 10 HO" Second
otS 10, 1W7 uitürt' by Cil?
Council October 17. 1947. Approved October
2*1. 1907.
HORACE WIUSON Mayor.
Attest: Thos 8 Lewis, Clerk of Council
ntl-dt
PROPOSALS
FR0P03AIJ9—313.000.0(4 Bonds of the
T**»n - - f Middleton D Props* r
hnmt« of the Town of Middletow n.
8<-uIm| proposal» will be m-elvrd by th ■
undersigned at the office of the 11- n:"*1 of
Commissioners of the Town of M-ddie
1 town Delaware, at 12 o cl x-k i.oon.
| Monday, the Second day of December, A.
D„ 1907. for an issue of bond» to bo known
as the Ixtnds of the "Commlaalonera of
the Town of Middletown"
The Issue will be for 313.00fi.ix> to refund
part of the outstanding indobledne s of
t!.. ■ said Town of Middletown and author
ized hy an Act of the General Assembly
of the State of Delaware approved the
14lh of March. A l).. 1907, and will
*** «**• WH. and mature
Pçr/'m hor.W . iagr-^ _
bt nt CO '^'^ ,B J P » . ^
t* 1 * denomination of 3800 .no each, and
hear Interest at the rate six f*> per cen
tum per annum, payable seral-wnnually.
Bids for the bonds must he accompanied
by a certified check for ten (10) per cent,
of the amount of bonds bid for; the same
to be applied to the purchase price If tho
bidder I» successful.
The right to reject any or all bids is ex.
pressly reserved.
Bids will be publicly opened and read
al a meeting at the rooms of the said
Commissioners of the Town of Middie
tow 11 on the day and hour aforesaid.
GEO. V BEVERLEY. President.
or returned If not.
N16-19-23-26
SITUATIONS WANTED
POSITION XV ANTED—Young man
wants any creditable work at reasonable
salary: best references. Address J
Journal Office.
B .
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