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BUSH LINE Freight received for all points, given Ç ereonal attention, and forwarded prompt» y at lowest rates and by beat route#. Boats leave both Wilmington and Phila delphia at 6.00 p. Bi. daily. Sunday ex cepted. Through rates and bill« of lading Is sued , ' GEORGE W. BUSH ft PONS CO., Pier 8. North Wharve*. Philadelphia _French Street Wharf. Wilm ington. WILSON LINE to PHIL A. PASSENGER AND FREIGHT. Î-'O and 10.30 A M.: 1.30 «nd 4.1S P. M. Sat urdays »nd Sunday« only 7 and 9.30 P. M Leave Chettnut St. wharf, Philadelphia. 7.30 and 1ft?0A. M. and 1 JO and 4 15 P. M. Sat urdays and Sunday« only? and 9 30 P. M. WASHINGTON PARK On Saturdays and Sunday# only, all BP boats except 7.30 a. m. and 9.80 p. m.. stop at park. Returning leave park 6.30. 7.IB and 10.00 p. ra. Commencing Monday, May 25th, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, between Wilmington and Philadelphia, rates of fare will be, one way, 30o, round trio. o 0 o. On all other days special owe day limited tare; One way, 15c, round trip. ®ic. OB . Quickest Delivery and Lowest Hates be tween Wilmington. Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Ball connections and through rates to all interior points. Steamers sail dally at 6 p. m from pier 9, Walnut St.. Phila. and fot of Market St.. WH, i GOING TO EUROPE t Steamship tickets for Anchor Line, American Line and ail other leading lines. The European-American Passage and Exchange Co. 421 W. Second Street. Open every evening. Delmarvla 1359. 'i (I Queen of Sea Routes Merchant» and Miners Transportation Company. BALTIMORE TO BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE, PHILADELPHIA TO BOSTON. "BY SEA." Tickets on sale at railroad offices. Including meals and berth on steamer. Send for Booklet. City Ticket Office, 105 S. Ninth SL. Philadelphia, Pa. W. P. TURNER. Pass Traf Mgr.. Baltimore, Md. •'Finest Coastwise Trips in the World." ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS TsjEW clarion >CU ftjji Ocean end Kentucky Ave. Open ill year. Steam heat. Elevator te sir et level. Booklet. Coach. S. K. BOKIFACH. fl8-2m pONCE DE LEON Virginia Ave. and Beach Atlantic City, N. J. Hot and cold sea water baths. Special AT.FRED Tl ORINDROD. spring rates. q'HE CARNIX South Tennessee Ave., near beach and Penn. R. R. Depot. Centrally located. Convenient to piers and every attraction. Ail light, outside rooms. Excellent 'able. Special weekly rates. 7* "*" " - ' C A ROT HERS AND NIXON. H<TTKL BOTH WELL ^ : '.Vbtgjnla Ave.. 2nd house from heacn grfi Sheet Pier. Open all yeer. Steam heat. Baths, etc. Excemionat table. Rates ami booklet on reuuest, J ft N R BOTHWELU_ THE WHITTIER •Virginia Ave.. fourth house from beach. Nt ar boardwa'k. piers, and all amuse ments Superior table. Homelike surround Inlrs. Special Spring rates. KTNGRCOTE ft CLINE. Tennessee av., near P. R. R. and beach. Modern In detail; elevator, private baths, high-class cuisine; $8 lo $15 weekly: $160 to 33 dallv. MARGARET WALSH DUNCAN Prep. CONTINENTAL BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS, DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA." 'THE GLENWOOD Delaware Water Gap. Pa. A high class moderp brick house, capa city 400. Opens May 23rd. steam h. at, sun parlor, new dining room, ball room. Chestra concerts dally, two tennis courts, golf, boating, bathing, billiards, pool, shuffle hoards, and all amusemenLs. Mod erate rates. Booklet. er P. R. JOHNSON. Proprietor. 15 INNING GAME. 24 STRIKEOUTS Op Saturday last the Delaware A. C. played the Jefferson A. C. a double hotelier. The Jeft.-r*m took both games by the scores of S to 6 and 10 to 9. The Jefferson team was twice the size ol the Delaware bunch. Delaware defeated the strong Delmar team in what was considered one of the best 15-lnning games In this city for amateurs, aware, he striking out men that faced him. Day the Delaware A. C. will play the Church A. C. team a double header. On May 16 the Baker pitched for Del twenty-four On Memorial Architects Did Not Elect Officers. Because of the absence of a quorum local architects did not elect officers last night as was intended. The meet ing was postponed until next Tues day night. Confirms Partitioners' Report. In Orphans' Court this morning Judge Spruance confirmed Daniel F. Hastings return of partitioners In the matter of the real estate of George Kerr. MEDICAL Prof. G. fTtHEEL. 535 Horth Sixth St. rhllatiffIpblft, Pft. «»t* Df-uteeher Ant." Only THF Ai HE.IT Tk# ana tb* oft I y yuaranlerd tur* fw Blood PuUoft other« rjin'l euro. in PfkUII«, L«z( Hftftliood.nnilfift, L4MaM,V«rUft*»l» Jk Rtrlelnrp, (■• cftttiiur' Eldar» M Bladder, Hw«ll Hkraaken Omm. 4t ymr% practical h « y*are hospital eipftHeftrr la fieriziân». Il» all. «-»poelr-f III« A Couat fti«r»arff'l. Ball r» ad «r Hieing fell or write fr*u d -. >,rirn Every Woman Tr y It lntere«t*4 and abnm« know «boot Ite woudorfnl I MARVEL Whirling Spray | Th« new VtirloiU 8yr|n f?t ^ Beat—Mutt convenient It •tsutlz. n< M *HVEI.. sorept xjW go other, bat «ouo stamp ' 1 er tllBstnted b ook——»(»ft. 14 sards nil aertlo ««as lunlnb'. u> ladles. l r nlars and dlreo* HOTELS WHITE MTS MAPLEWOOD H0TEL«tTS H SOCIAL AND SCENIC CENTER High Altltuda. No Hay Fever SUPERIOR 18-HOLE GOLF COURSE MAPLEWOOD COTTAGE " UNEtoOCT. 1 er ma moderato. Write for booklet EON H. GILLEY. Mgr.. 6 Beacon St.. Boston L Sea Shore—Country—Club Life NEWPORT, R. 1. THE NEW CLIFFS HOTEL AND COTTAGES Under New Management. » W* Most Picturesque Location on the Sea Coast Royal Hungarian Orchestra Automobiling Sea Bathing Unexcelled Cuisine. PER DAY AND UP J. V. JORDAN, Manager $5 RATES Lata of Delmonico's. HOTEL HERMAN European Plan. Absolutely Fireproof. In the Heart of the Business Section of BALTIMORE, MO. B j I« Il J® [6 ■ M H 9 , I JB j Shower and Plunge In Turkish Beths Free to Guests. JAS. E. BARRETT.Manager RT ? 9 ; I;' e I j Luxurious Rooms. Single and Bn suite. With or Without Baths. 31 per day up. Palatial Dining Rooms. Unsurpassed Cuisine MORE MONEY FOR DAGWORThY FUND Preparations have been completed for the unveiling of the General Dags worthy monument, at Dagsboro, on Decoration Day, May 30. The special train secured by the committee will leave Wilmington at 9.15 o'clock in the morning and will make stops as fol lows; New Castle, 9.28; Middletown, 9.57; Townsend. 10.04; Clayton. 10.18; Dover, 10.36: Felton, 10.54: Harrington. 11.04, Milford. 11.18; Lincoln City. 11.2>u Kl lendale, Slorkley, 12.02 noon, and Mlllshoro. 12.11 p. m. The train will arrive at Dagsboro at 12.20 o'clock and will leave there about 4 o'cloj* 1c th« afternoon. On the re turn trip stops will be made at all In termediate stations on notice to con ductor to discharge passangers. Ex cursion tickets will be sold from the stations named at the rate of two Icents a mile distance traveled, the minimum rate being 25 cents. The committee announced to-day that donations of $25 each had been received from the Delaware Society of Colonial Dames of America, and the Caesar Rodney Chapter, Daughters t f the American Revolution, which will be used toward paying for the mem» ment. Glorgetown, 11.30; 11.54; OPENING BALLOT BOXES OF HEARST ELECTION. By United Press Leased Special Wire. NEW YORK. May 27.—With rumors still in circulation that Mayor McClel lan's lawyer. Eugene L. Richards, Jr., was about to demand a writ of pro hibition against opening the boxes cf ballots cast in the 1905 New York election, five of the boxes were brought into Justice Lambert's court In the quo warranto proceedings brought by Wil liam Randolph Hearst charging frauj.4 which cost him the victory in the fight for the mayoralty. The box to be opened first was frotr. the sixth election district of the second assembly district, "Little Timm" Su! llvan's stronghold. The others are from the Eighth district where "Big Florrle" Sullivan presided. If it was true that Attorney Rich ■ ards planned further obstruction he was not quick enough about it, The first box was placed on the table in front of Justice Lambert and opened on motion of Special Counsel Dolson, representing the attorney general who instituted the litigation. Richards ob Jected vainly. The action Is the first step toward a recount of all the ballots cast at the 1905 election. Externally there was no sign that the box had been tampered with. The seals and labels were in tact. FOURTEtN REPORTED TO HAVE PERISHED IN FLOOD OKLAHOMA CITY, Okl.. May 27.— The wires to Colbert, Okl., are being sept busy today seeking confirmation of the report that fourteen persona nerished there last night in the flood. So far, however. It has been imposslole to verify the reports. According to the report reaching here, a party of fourteen sought re fuge on an island formed between the old and new channels of Red River The rising waters swept the island and carried all to death. Early Closing. The Newark Shoe Company, an nounces that their store will be open until 10 o'clock Friday evening, and will close Saturday at noon. PASTOR MAIN IS TO REMAIN HERE Recalls His Resignation as Pastor of Holy Trinity Church As a result of the appeal of the con gregation. coupled with the advice of Dr. A. Stewart Hartmann, secretary of the Lutheran Board of Home Missions, which appointed him, the Rev. J. H. Main, pastor of Holy Trinity Church. Concord avenue and Madison street, has recalled his resignation, recently announce^ by him to take effect on August 1. His decision followed a i meeting of the official board of the 1 church with Dr. Hartmann last night. The congregation had previously re quested Mr. Main to remain with the church, and he had decided to await the acting of the Board of Homo Mis sions. As a result of the meeting last night, Pr. Hartmann has promised to influ ence the board to return Mr. Main to the church when hi* term of appoint ment expires on August 1. Mr. Hart mann, in making this promise, ob served that there wore a number of ifields with a larger opportunity that the board could oftac Mr. ■THain, but he thought that the church in Us pres ent stage had urgent need of Pastor jMain .and.be would accordingly rec lommend that he bo returned. HIGH SCHOOL IS CLOSING YEAR Commencement on June 24. With Class Night on June 19 Programs for the annual events of (the High School leading up to the commencement exercises. which will lake place on Wednesday, June 24. are being prepared, and this month will be closed and next month ushered in with exercises thftt will arouse more Inter est than ever. The annual memorial exercises of the High School will be held in the auditorium on next Tuesday morning at II o'clock. The next event In con nectlon with the closing of studies for the school year will he the annual field day at Wawaset Park on the afternoon of Friday. June 5. Then will come the manual training exhibit on Wednesday. June 15. and on Friday, June 19, the class night exercises will be held, the exercises culminating in the com mencement o n June 24. The examinations for promotions at the school will take place June 15. _ . AGREE ON THE CURRENCY BILL Effort Will be Made to Push the Measure Through Congress i By United Press Leased Special Wire. WASHINGTON. May 27—The Re publican members of the conference cotnmlttee, which has been considering the Adrlch and Vreeand currency bills, held a lengthy session early in the rooms ot Senator Aldrich at the Arling ton Hotel and readied a complete agreement, his Is believed to indicate the final passage of a satisfactory financial bill before adjournment of Congress. An effort will be made to push the bill as finally agreed upon through the House to-day. but it is likely that there will be some deoate in the Senate and It may take two or three days to enact the legislation there. The bill limits tho emergency cur rency to $500,000,000. It is to be taxed at five per cent for the first month and one per cent additional for each suc ceeding month. State municipal and county bonds are to be acceptable as security up to ninety per cent of their face vaue and commercial paper up to seventy-five per cent. Not more than thirty per cent of the capital and sur plus of a bank may be Issued as emergency currency based op commer cial paper, and not more than forty per cent based on bonds. Instead of establishing clearing house associations, tha bill establishes "Na tional Currency Associations" which are to pass upon th? validity of the security offered by banks for the emergency circulation These associa tions are to be organized by no less than ten banks with a capital not less than $10,000.000. Instead of requlrlhg t j the banks to maintain reserves in th, ir o\ 4 *i vaults of 15 or 26 per cent, as has been suggested, a redemption fund of en per cent is provided. There is yet remaining for the con ferees to decide how Ions the proposed currency shall he affective. The dis cussion this morning seemed to Inal cate that this period would be five years. The conferees are to meet again this afternoon. FOUR KILLED IN KANSAS CYCLONE WICHITA. Kan., May 27.—Four per-j sons were killed and a number badly) Injured b ya tornado which struck Alva, Okla., to-day. The dead aro Peter Rudy, his wife and two small chlldren. By United Press Leased Special Wire. The Rudy house was destroyed and the occupants were crushed to death under the falling timbers. Half a dozen other farm houses were destroyed and the crops for an area of several miles were ruined. None of the injured Is believed to be fatally hurt. The great est damage I« reported from a point seven toiles east of the town. P. O. S. of A. to Attend Church. DOVER. May 27.—The members of the Patriotic Order, Sons of America, of Dover and vicinity, will attend church in a body on next Sunday morning, to hear a sermon by the Rev. Clayborne Phillips. Read THE EVENING JOURNAL. SHERIFF'S SALES SHERIFFS SALK—BY VIRTUE OF A •rlt of Levart Faolaa. to me directed, will bo expose» to public sal# at the Court Houae. on Mantel aireet. betw< en Tenth and Eleventh at recta. In the city of Wilmington, New Caatte county. Del aware. ON THURSDAY, THE 28TH DAY OF MAT. 1908, At 1(1 o'clock, a m., the following described real estate, vl*: 4 « . - All that certain lot of piece of lanft with a brick house thereon erected, eltu nie in the otty Of Wilmington, eforeeald bounded and described ns follow«, to wit: Beginning at a point on the southerly side of Fifth street, at the distance of forty-one feet nine Inches westerly from 1 the westerly »hie of Bombard street and having a frontage of nineteen feet on F'lflh street and running si that width he tween parallel linos to the depth of one hundred and ten feet to the northerly side of High street. Seized and taken In execution a« the property of D. Dner Philips and Rlehnrd Marls, executors under the last wilt and testament of Joseph A. Bond, deceased mortgagor and l.t.. and to he sold by HENRY STAFFORD, Sheriff Sheriff's Office, Wilmington. Delaware. May 12. 1M 13 14 18 21.25 2? SHERIFF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A! writ of Plu. Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale at the Court House, on Market street, between Tenth and F.leventh streets, In the city of Wilmington. New Castle county. Del aware. ON THURSDAY. THE 28TH DAY OF MAY. 1908. At 10 o'clock, a. m., the following described Rotl Estate, vl*: All that certain lot. piece or parcel or land, with the building« thereon erected, situate In the city of Wilmington, afore «aid. hounded and described, as follows, to wit: . „ , Beginning on the easterly side of Rhln ley street, at the Intersection of the same with the southerly side of an alley run ning from Shipley street to Market street, and between Front and Second streets; thence with the said side of Shipley street, southerly about thirty-one feet six In ches to the middle of the partition wall between this and the ndlolnlng house on the south side and line of land late of Theophllus Jones: thenee with the same easterly parallel with Second street flftv* nine feet seven Inches to a brick wall di viding this property from land of the heir« of George McCall, deceased: thence with! the same northerly parallel with Shipley street thirty-one feet six Inches to the southerly side of the ssld alley and thenee therewith to the place of beginning Re the contents thereof more or less, except ing only thereunto the rieht of the use of the privy for the benefit of the stores which abutt upon this alley, and provided If the said store« shall hear their lust pro portion of the expense of keeping said privy In good repair and condition. Seised and taken In execution ns the property of George H McCall and Tda L. McCall, his wife. James Crosby. Rachel A. Croshv. hl« wife. Edward TT Gallnher fEllzaheth McCall other defendant being now dead! mortgagors and t.t.s., and to he sold by HENRY RTAFFGRn, Sheriff Sheriff'" Office, Wilmington. Delaware. May 11. 1998. m 13.14 18.21,25,27 SHERIFF'S SALE—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Ix-varl Facias, to m# directed, will be exposed to public «ale st ths Court House, on Market street, betw -m Tenth and Eleventh streets In the city of Wilmington. New Caste county. Del aware, ON THURSDAY. THE 28TH DAT OF MAT. 1908. At 10 o'clock a. m.. the following described real estate, viz: All that certain lot of land, with a frame dwelling house thereon erected, situate tn Christiana hundred. New Castle county and State of Delaware, being part of a larger tract called "Glynrlch " Beginning at the Intersection of the southerly sldo of Quarry street, with the easterly Itoun darv tine of said tract, called Glynrlch, having a frontage on Quarry street of six ty feet, and a depth of forty feet. Be the contents thereof what they may. Being the same land and premises conveyed to the said Joseph R. Richardson by Deed of James Prince Ford, dated May 17. 1952, and recorded at Wilmington In Deed Rec ord A., Voi. 19, Page 4W. Seized and taken Into execution as the property of Joseph 8. Richardson and Ingther LeF,. his wife, mortgagors, and to be sold by HENRY STAFFORD. Sheriff. Sheriff'« Office, Wilmington. Delaware May 4. 1908. m 13.14.18,21.2R.V? SHERIFF'S S.tLB—BY VIRTUE OF ft! writ of Levari Facia» to me directed, will be expos« 1 to public sale at the Court Houae, on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. In ths city of Wilmington, New Castle county. Dei aware. ON THURSDAY. THE 2STH DAY OF MAY, 1908, At in o'clock, a. nt.. the following deserib* d Real Estate vis: All that certain lot or tract of 'and situate In Christiana hundred. New Castle county, and State of Delaware, with a brick dwelling house thereon erected. Re ginning at a point on the northwesterly side of the Wilmington and Christiana Turnpike road ot a oorner ot land late of Joseph S. Richardson, having a frontage on said Turnpike road of elghty-two feet more or less, and extending In depth, five hundred and seventeen feet nine Inehcs more or less to Quarry street, end to th* home lot of the said Joseph S Richardson, containing eight hundred and ninety-sty one thousandths of an acre of land. Being the same land and premises conveyed to the said Joseph S. Rlehardson hy Deed of Henry C. Conrad dated October 19 1905 and recorded at Wilmington In Deed Rec ord L. Voi . 20. Page. 474. Seized snd la In execution as the property of Joseph S Richardson and Ingeher T.cF., his wife, mortgagors, and to be sold hy HENRY STAFFORD, Sheriff Sheriff's Office. Wilmington. Delaware. May 4th, 1908. m 13.14,18 21,25.27 FINED AND A( SO PUT UNDER BONDS Nathanlol Kirk was charged in the City Court to-day by a woman with whom he boards, at No. 402 ■ North Adams street, with breach of peace, and was fined $5 and costs and also held In 3100 bond to keep the peace. Maranda Stanton, an aged white haired Woman, was alto charged with breach of peace, \jut her hearing was postponed until next Friday morning, ! The woman was very nervous and her | condition brought expressions of pity, She will be sent to a hospital, j | jio and costs for tresnass. —■ — — Cornelia A. Harris, colored, was fined FINISH SCHOOL WORK FOR THE SUMMER. Jnsiah Marvel addressed the pupils of the EIsmere publie school at the closing exercises of the school on Mon day afternoon. Following was the program: March: Invocation. Rev. Franklin: greeting. W. Newlln I chell; singing. "America," hy school; essay, "Spring." Gad y a McElwee; recl ; tation. "Why Papa Doesn't Go." George Frazer; solo. Miss Vandergrlff; essay, "Woman," Homer Quest; recitation. "Lessons," William Frederick; singing, "Music In the Air," by school; recita tion _ "Maud Muller," Margaret Mc Elwee; declamation, "Rodney's Ride," Lewis Huson: essay, "Industry Essen tial to Success," Gladys McElwee: solo. Miss Vandergrift: oration, "Education and Civic Improvement."." Robert Groves; address, Hon. Joslah Marvel: address. Rev. Edgar Franklin: singing, by school. Edgar Mit Will Repeat a Comedy. The Alumnae Association of the High School will repeat the comedy drama "A Scrap of Paper," In the No« - Century Club on Tuesday evening, next It will be given for the benefi* of the Delaware branch of the Inter national Sunshine Society. After the play there will be dancing until l! yclock. FOR SALE. poll SALE—AUTOMOBILE TYPE L. autocar In running condition. Pr.ce low. Apply between 61» and 8.80 any etenlng thla week Io Jehn F. MacDonald, Cloud'* Garage, 17th and Mt. Salem Dane, m26-.'t City. OR SALE-GRADE GUERNSEY! F cows and ctiv**. Durac Jarsoy pigs . . . w fnr *d. Rhode Island Red r«ga for wetting. Ad arena Harry Thompson, Woeddele, Del gALE-20 H P. FAIRBANKS GAS F Aline e naine CHEAP Only used eue Verf?™' condition. Address E-tJ. «uct 1 TWWftj'ftrn a2S-tf riMi Journal Office. DIVORCE NOTICES NEW CAPTUE COUNTY. M. THE STATE OF DELAWARE. TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY. GREETING: WHE HE AH. Elisa R. Lynch, by her petition to the Judge« of our Superior Court, filed In the office of the Prothonotnry of «aid Court In and for New C««tlo county, for (SEAL) the cause of complaint therein alleged, ha« made application to our «aid Judge« that a decree may be pronounced dl««olvlng the mar riage exl«tlng between the oetl* tloner and George M, Lynch. WE. THEREFORE. COMMAND ^ OU n« you were heretofore commanded, that you «ummon George H. Lynch, that he ho and appear before the Judge« of our «aid Court ot the next term thereof to he he'd at Wilmington, on Monday, the First day of June next to anawer the allegations of the «aid petitioner. El lia R. Lynch ae of Assembly In auch •filed and al«o to do T - A ^ 10Afl lMU ® d A P r " ^ Cording to the Art oaso made and prov and receive what the Court shat! then and there consider concerning him in this be half as lo the Court ahall seem meet and consistent with the provisions of the said Act of Assembly. And have you then there this writ. WITNESS the Honorable Chas. B. Lore, at Wilmington, the seventeenth dav of April, A. D.. nineteen hundred and eight. FRANK SRRAKMAN, __ Prnihonotarv. a30-mfi-13-20-27 NEW CASTLE COUNTY. PS THE STATE OF DELAWARE. TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY GREETING: WHEREAS Emanuel Rnfh. ly his petition to the Judges of our Superior Court filed In the office of the Prnlhonotary of said Court (SEAL! In and for New ('salle countv. for the cause of complaint therein al leged, haa made application lo our said Judges that pronounced dissolving the mar riage existing between the peti decree may he tioner and Moitié Roth. WE. THEREFORE COMMAND YOU, ns you were heretofore commanded, that you summon Motile Roth, that she he and appear before the Judges nf our said Court at the next le m thereof to he held at Wilmtngion, on Monday, the First day of June next lo answer the allégations of the said petitioner. Emanuel Roth accord ing tn the Act of Assembly In such care made and provided, and also to do and receive what the Court shall thon and there consider Concerning her tn this he half as lo the Court shall seem meet and consistent with the provisions nf the said Act nf Assembly. And h»Ve-you then there this writ. WITNESS the Honorable Chas R Tsrre at Wilmington, the Seventeenth day nf April, A. D.. nineteen! hundred and eight. FRANK L. SPEAKMAN. Prothnnntarv. a2ft-m6-13-20-27 Issued April 22, 1908. NEW CASTLE COUNTY. SR. THE STATE OF DEI.AWARE. TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTT.E COUNTY GREETING: WHEREAS. Isabella Smith, by her petition to the Judge« of otlff Superior Court, filed In the office of the Prothonotnrv of said Court (READ In and for New Ca«11e county, for the cause of complaint therein al leged. has made application lo our said Judges that a decree may be pronounced dissolving the mar riage existing between the peti tioner and Thomas L. Smith. WE THEREFORE COMMAND ÇOTT, as you were heretofore commanded, that you summon Thomas L Smith, that ho be and appear before the Judges of cur said Court at the next term thereof to tie held at Wllmlneton. on Monday, the Ctr-I dav of June next to answer the allega tions nf the said petitioner. Isabella Smith according to the Act of Assembly In nu-h case mode and provided, and also to do and receive what the Court sha'I then und there consider concerning him In this be half as to the Court shall seem me-t end consistent with the provisions of the said Act of Assembly. And have you then there thla writ WITNERS the Honorable Chas R Lore at Wilmington, the Second day of March' A ,D.. nineteen hundred and eight FRANK L. SPEAKMAN. Prolhonotai-y. a29-m(l-12-20-27 _------ . ,■■■■■■. -- ! Tj OR SALE—LEASE GF A WEST SIDE .T corner store property, fine location, Issued Marcfe 1«, 1908. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Good reason for selling. Suitable for any business. Apply L.. this office. tn26-l n Air ANT PARTY TO JOIN ME IN SINK vv Ing. shaft on n 40-acre lease in the Missouri-Kansas lead and zinc district. Ore has been developed hy drill, shaft almost to the ore. Address J. Brown. 316 Miners' Bank. Joplin, Missouri. tn23 6t /-9ÜING TO MOVE? LET US MAKE A 1 that rubber stamp, or do your print ing JOHN T. MULLINS INC.. HU) Uhlp ley St. RARE OPPORTUNITY IS OPEN for a college graduate in civil or merfianlcal engineering, who desires to become familiar with electrical or struc tural englccei mg. to secure the complete course on either sublect with the Inter national Correspondence Schools at a greatly reduced price by addressing Busi ness Office. Evening Journal E WILL CONTRACT TO PRINT, fold and trim a 4. 8 or 12 page newspaper, or will lease our plant a |ktr tlon of each week. Farm and Home. 496 Shipley St. A i,,!1 tf w mis-lm THIEVES TOOK FANCY CANDIES Thieves again paid Townsend a visit last night, after giving the residents of that place a rest, and Just at a time when the recent depredations were be ing forgotten! their way Into the restaurants of Harry Gill, near the railroad station, and Ernest Weldln, on Main street, and in The burglars forced I both Plaocs they took all the cigars they could find and the best candies The intruders had a in the cases, weakness for Lowney's chocolates, and at Gill's place this was the only kind of candv thev carried off. The thieves pried open a window tn both Instances, end in that way effect ed an entrance Into the two business places. found to-day. No trace of the men could be ORANGEMEN MOURN DEATH OF A FORMER CHIEF. Orangemen from every section of the United States are mourning the death In New York city on Monday ot David Graham, past grand master of the Im perial Council of the order. William J. Kirkland .of this city, a representa tive of the Supreme Grand Lodge of the order, will represent the Grand Lodge at the funeral on Saturday. While Mr. Graham was the chief of the Orangemen, he laid the corner stone of the Orange Home for Orphans at Hatboro, Pa. He was well-known In this city. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. n OUSEKKEPKriS. ONE GERMAN cook. thambermnlds, wHtress, want place«. Gorman Intelligence Office, Madison St. we ANTED — Housekeeper*. Nurse», w Chambermaid* and waltreases want place*. A managing housekeeper for hotel. A lady with a child want* a place. App y pt Wilmington Intelligence Office. 9U6 m2' It Shipley St. \\r ANTED — EXPERIENCED CHOCO " lato coaler at Philipp's, 625 Market nM-it St., and 9th and Lombard St*. HELP WANTED—MALE. ANTED—TWO MORE EXPERT w eneed salesmen. Building sites. Rlv mK-f.r er view Heights. 915 Market öt. ANTED FOR THE U. R. MARINE * v Corps; meh between ftff«*« 21 and SB. An opportunity to so© the World For full Information apply In p«*r«on or by letter to TT. s Mfrlm* Corps Recruiting OfWoo, Post office Building, Wilmington. tnô-24t \yANTKD FOR U. 8 ARMY-ABLE ** bodied. unmarried men. between ages ol I» and 38; citizens of United Siales, et good character and temperate habits, wh# can spehk. read and write English. Men wanted now for service In Cuba and the Philippines. For Information apply te Recruiting Officer. UK N. 13th 81.. 13« N. Kfh Bl.. 103« Columbia Ave.. Philadelphia. Pa ; No 7 N. 3d St., Camden. N J, ; Cor. Broad and Front Sts., Trenton, N. J : Cor. 4lh and Market Sts., Wilmington. Del.: 61* Penn St . Rending. Pa.; Mountain City Bldg. Pottsvllle, Pa.. 78 S. Laure. Rt.. Bridgeton, N. J, |W WANTED W ANTED-ROV TO LEARN BARBER business 218 E 4th Rt m»-3t \I7ANTED- TO RENT STORE WITH " oven, suitable trf bakery, tn good lorsllon. Address J. N.. Evening Journal. m26-2t ry ANTED-FURNITURE - Tour entire vv household, also office furniture, an tique* If yeu have furniture In storage I wilt buy and pay you rash, more than any dealer: estimates given free; all trans arttons confidential; don't sett until you get my rash offer, ne matter how large the amount. Plano and two safea for sale. Write or 'phone TT ft A. Phone 874A; An fomatle. 2343 Grandfather clock for sale, CHART.FR r UURT.OGK, Seventh and Poplar Rts. Ty ANTED HIGHEST PRICER PAID '' for old gold and altver, broken jew elry. M. HARRIS. 1M Market St J8-ly " o28-7m BUSINESS CARDS. LEWIS CHAIR CO.. 606 Orange St D and A. Phone 2416A. Manufacturera of Lewis Rockers. Second hand fur niture. pictures, boos*, old chine, etc., than anywhere, at full value te sold her# cheaper Buyers of furniture tny amount. TIIR EVENING JOURNAL 1 complete course of study with the In ternational Correspondence Schools In Mechanical or • Architectural Drawing which ran he secured by any apprentice at a greatly reduced price. Address. Busi ness Office, Evsnlng Journal. HAS A m23 I f tsST'ClROCERIKS AND HARDWARE Vl.it out new Grocery Store, N. W. Cor. Msdiion sod 4th St. Our z*odi are aew and cheap. •»' Hrijthten up—.mall can. of Paint. Varnl.h and Jsp-a-Lac. Scr-en Door*. Window hardware dept. Servent and befeen Wire ta D. W. LYNCH CO. BRAZING Tn all Its branches. Work gusrantesd. THE VULCAN BRAZING AND MACHINE COMPANY. A. C. Layman. Engineer and Machinist, manager Wilmington Branch. \\T M E. WILLIAMS CO., vv *31 Orange St. Roofing, Spouting end Healing Metal and composition roofing. Hot Air heating and ventilating. Rcnalr ,n * promptly done. Phonea. SIR EAST THIRD STREET. Phones; D. A A. 1751; Delmarvla. 1(V<9. ANTED 0 , » * P«r mor« and tell Zci hand Cheaper b*eaut« our _ , •siren««» nr« •mall. Furniture chas. hurlock. 7th and Poplar Street». ft STORE FIXTURES w s ■ I V ROOMS FOR RENT. F OR RENT—FTTRNISHED OR UN furnished rooms. 718 French SL mlt-lm irfOR RENT—ROOMS WITH OR _ WITH f* out board, under new management. Apply to Mrs. Donnelly, 620 King St. m7-lm-eud F CR RENT—SECOND-STORY ROOM. with or without board; use of 'Phone, M0_\an Bon n St. F or rent-third-stort front mom. for two, gentlemen preferred. 702 Wost Bt. T?OR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. 810 V West. a30-".m ml3-eod-lm m 2-«t rsTRARD- 806. 807 AND 809 RACE ST. ux Philadelphia. Rooms, 25. 35, 60c. Oen. t lernen only. al-ly LOST AND FOUND T OST-ON THE STREETS. A LOOSE L leaf Information book bound In black leather with the following Inscription on the cover. Property of The United States Graphite Company. Saginaw, Mich. Finder will be suitably turning to The Evening Journal. rewarded by ro tntf-rt REGISTER'S ORDERS REGISTER'S ORDER. Office of the Register of AYlll#, New Castle Co.. Del., Way 22nd, 1908. Upon the application of Eva J. Green Simpers and Israella Green, administra trices of Thomas Green, late ot Wilming ton hundred. In ssld Bounty, deceased. It is ordered and directed by the Register of Wills that the Administratrices afore said give notice of granting of Letters of Administration upon the estate of the deceased, with the date of grant ing thereof, by causing advertisements to be posted within forty days from the date of such Letters in six of the most public places of the county of New Castle, requiring all persons having demands against the estate to present the same, or abide hy an Act of Assembly tn such case made and provided: and also cause the be Inserted within the tame same to . period in The Evening Journal, a news paper published In Wilmington. Del.. In ■ I Castle county, aforesaid, and be continued therein three weeks, (e. o. d.) New to Given under the hand and seal of office of the Register of WH'* aforesaid, at Wilmington, In New (SEAL) Castle county aforesaid, the day and year above written. FRANCIS M WALKER. Register of Wills. NOTICE. Notic« 1* hereby given that Letter* of Admlnl«tratlon were In due form o f 4W granted unto th« undersigned, on the 2?nd day of Mav, A D.. 1998 and that all per sons hiving claims against the estate of the deceased muSt present the same, tuly attested, to the said Administratrices, on or before the 22nd day of Mav. 1909. or abide the Act of Assembly In such case made and provided. _ __ EVA J. GREEN SIMPERS. IBRAELLA GREEN. Administratrices, Address William P Kurt*. Esq.. Attorney. at-Law Wilmington. Del. m22-eod-9t INVEST your time—It It bette" than to merely SPEND It. .. little of it INVESTED every few days in answering want ads. will often lead te L REALTY REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE Center Store Property and 3 Dwellings. at the southeast corner Sixth and Clayton rooms, bath, perch, and all modern Improvement*. Will sell at term* ta suit purchaser, or will rent to desirable partie». Apply to T F. Me EVILLY CO.. 623 W. 4th St. Both 'Phon**. Fine location, 8 su eeti FOR SALE Store and dwelling, Modtsen street, h», tween Sixth and Seventh. Good stand for any buslnesa. Sower connection*. Po» sesslon given If desired. Reasonable price. Store and dwelling, southeast oorner Shat Inross avenue and Lincoln street, 7 moms and bath, sewered. Can be bought at very reasonable price. Make an offer; the property must be sold end your offer may be Accepted. New dwellings, 524 to 530 Clayton street, 7 rooms, bath, heater*, electric and gas lighting, alt modern conveniences; largo room*. I have five two-»tory brick houses In southwestern part of the city, renting far 110 per month each, that can be bought at tow price. Make an offer for th* two-story brlok dwelling. 1003 Maple street, 7 moms and bath, sewered. This property will be sold and your offer may be accepted. Beal estate of alt descriptions In every part of the city. JOHN J. MONAGHAN. 10 » W. Seventh St. Both 'phone«. pOR RENT or FOR SALE 103 and 105 W. 24th St 6 rooms and bath. Just completed. C. H. TINDALL & SON, 1811 Washington St POR SALE 21« King St., an aid reliable buslnee* stand, the best on King St. Store and dwelling. 80« Von Buren SL. will exchange for small house or building lot, 10 room* and hath, porches. 38-25 W. 18tlv SL. 45 feet front. 145 feet deep, everything ten Vf nient, fronts on two èfteert». lot big enough to build 4 more houses. Have sev eral very desirable farms. ISAAC DILLIN, 711 W. 11th St. m27-4t pOR SALE Five 2%-story houses. 33rd and Monro* Street», s rooms, bath, pantry, large store room, cemented cellar, hot air heater, front and back porchee and bay windows. Prices right and terms reasonable. Apply to W. O. Bryan and S. M. Baynard, Jr., Fifth and Martlet Rts. f24-eod-tf F ori rale-fine market street building. Lot aoutheoat corner Hfh street. 65x100 feet. Apply to James Wat son, Hlyervlew Wagon Work«, 30th *ud Market St.. Wllmingten, Del. m27-2w •p OR SALB.— PROPERTY IN KL9 1 MERE. Very low If »old In 69 day* L. J. RROMAN, Ninth and Market Bts. alS-mwe-lSt TN BEST F m OR SALE-LOT WOllOO. part of Montrose, overlooking the Delaware, for sal» at a bargain. New aub urhon house for sale on the Installment Ian. TURNER AND PARK, 10T W. Ninth t. OR SALE-209 WEST NINTH ST. A good plao* to alter to store and se cure returns of 13 per cenL Can give Im mediate possession. F CHARLES C. KURTZ, 1011 Market Street, <Opposite Court House.) mn-tr REAL ESTATE FOR RENT. J70R RENT 12«3 Pleasant St...., 81! E. Sixth St... 14 Robinson St... 319 East Fourth St...»«.«,....,.. 20.« 502 New Castle Avo 1L00 Apply » WILMINGTON TRUST CO,. Tenth and Market Sta. FOR RENT 217 West St. House In very nice *r«W. T Hot water heat. 12 rooms and bath. Rent very moderate. GEORGE ft. TOWNSEND BO., Ninth and Shipley Sta * a15-lt pOR RENT 2nd and Madison. 5 rooms, stepo. 1009 Clayton St.. 9 rooms. 88th and Spruce 8t».. T room*. 1812 Lancaster Ave.. 7 room* (new). 2009 Jefferson St.. 9 room*. 15)4 W. 14th St.. 10 room». 220 GraY Ave.. 7 rooms. A B. BTATTON. 707 gMpley Street.^ pOR RENT 2317 W. 18th St.. 7 room» and porch. ».0 Jefferson St.. 9 rooms and porch, V 1123 Adams St., 8 rooms and porch. 102(1 Tatnall St., 19 room*. 18.tr W. l«th St., 7 room# and store. i 2-98 Brown Bt„ » rooms and porch. 1319 Linden SL, 6 rooms. 227 Concord Ave.. 7 rooms and poroh, 195 Race SL, 6 room*. 1927 Lancaster Ave.. 7 room«. House at Marshallton and 3 acre*. House at Tallewillo and 5 acres. O. O. GOODEN, 833 Market St Both 'Phonee m28-2T-29 F m OR RENT CHEAP, AN APARTMENT, Five rooms and bath, steam heat, hoi water and Janitor service Included C500 1816 and 1818 Market SL. 8 rooms and hath, each 330.00. Also, small houses, all sections. HENRY HOOPES. F HOR RENT-NICE APARTMENTS. IM. mediate possession. CHARLES C. KURTZ, (Opposite Court Ho ass.) 1011 Market SL o9-tt ___ F OR RENT OR SALE-HOUSE NO. 4« S. Van Buren St., 6 rooms, bath and front porch: possession at once. Mag Ephraim. 3 West Fourth St m2I-tf NOTICES IMPORTANT MEETING X n ( tlx- Democratic voters of the Tenth ward will be held at Weccaco* Hall. Wed. nerday evening. May 37tb, at 8 o'clock for the purpose of selecting a delegate to th* hundred convention and one committee man from each election distrloL All the Democrats of the ward ere requested to attend. JOHN J. MONAGHAN, Chairman Democratic City Committee. m25-26-27 xtOTICE-AN IMPORTANT MEETING JN of the Democratic voters of the Third ward Will be held at rooms of West End Dtmocratlc Club Wednesday evening, clay 37th. at 8 o'clock for the purpose of se lecting a delegate to the hundred conven tion and one committeeman from each election district AH the Democratic voters of the ward ore requested to attend. JOHN J. MONAGHAN, Chairman Democratic City Committee, m2:'-29. 27 ROOMS WANTED ANTED-BT BUSINESS WOMAN— unfurnished room, west »Ids. Addreea H Evening JtumaL — " "