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WE HIT THE BULL'S EYE
EVERY TIME
WHEN WE ASSERT THAT
BETTER COM
THAN WE SELL
CANNOT BE FOUND
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The Above is a strong
Statement That We Are Ready
and Able to Prove.
'Phone
Consumers 1 Ice
and Goal Go
Main Office, 2d and King Sts.
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Children
Complain
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of tired eyes or pain
over them, headaches,
difficulty to study long,
or do thelp Eyes be
come red and water,
after reading a short
while? Then It's time
that you had their eyes
examined.
Consult Our Opticians.
If It Is glasses that
are needed we do this
work thoroughly. If it's
medical aid that Is
wanted we can deter
mine and will advise
you accordingly.
Wo have every facility
for sight testing and
our Opticians are exper
ienced.
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Millard F. Davis,
Jeweler and Optician.
9 and 11 E. Second SI. I
Wilmington, Del.
Farmer Badly Injured.
Thomas Simpers, an aged fanner, of
Pleasant Hill, Md., while hauling a load
cf fodder, hta horsea ran away throw
ing him In front of the heavy wagon,
which passed over his body, breaking
his hip pnd injuring him Internally.
Died While Barn Was Burning.
ELKTON, Oct. 19.—Thc large barn
attached to Marley paper mills, near
Elkton, was burned to the ground on
Saturday night. While tho fire was
raging Mrs. Barah Magraw, who re
sides nearby, became frightened ami
dropped dead In her home from heart
trouble.
To Repair tho Good News.
The Philadelphia hark Good News,
which arrived at Seattle recently after
a long voyage will be drydorked and
extensively repaired. An almost entire
set of new spurs will be placed In tho
vessel.
Moguls 2 1-2.
this paper.*
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Busy
Corner
The Boy That Wears
Our Clothes Always
Looks Dressed
Thafa why I I
I come here ' !
other Store «Ives Boys the
attention as We Give Them. ;
There's a v ornan expert in clothes ,
wait <m you, and she gives you
the benefit ot her many years of ex
"I'm always satisfied," said a
mother Saturday when buying my ;
boy's
alwa
clothes here.
No
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Bloomer Pants Are
the Rage for the Boys
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We have them cut with or with
out belts. They come In ail the
popular shades and cloths.
Price $2.50 to $7.50
Tcp Coats and Reefers.
Sizes 2 1-2 to 16 years
Price $2.50 to $7.50
Wright 6 Davidson Co.
6th and Market Sts.
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MARKET & SEVENTH ST.
NEUENBURG
$5.89 Worth o! Wear and Quality in Everyman's Slices
Only
$ 2.50
MARKET & SEVENTH ST.
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S. S. ASSOCIATION
21 YEARS OLD
Event Will Be Celebrated in
New Castle Church on
Thursday
The twenty-first anniversary of the
New Castle Sabbath School Associa
tion will convene
Episcopal Church at New Castle, on
Thursday and delegates from
Protestant Sunday school, besides each
In tho Methodist
every
pastor and superintendent, are expect
ed to be In attendance.
The Kev. Franklin McElfresh, a spec
ialist In Fabbath school work, and the
Rev. A. S. Mowbray, D. D., will bo
among the speakers.
The program will be ns follows:
Morning session—Devotional service In
charge of Rev. Samuel Brattle Wylie,
of the First Presbyterian Church; con
vention call, by President Frederick
Rrlnghurst; "Wo Welcome You," Rev.
Frederick X. Moore, pastor of the local
church ;
Brlnghurst; address,
School Idea and Ideals," by Rev. A.
"We Thank You." President
"The Sunday
8. Mowbray. D, D.; superintendents'
conference. In charge of James
Price: address by Rev. Franklin Mr
Elfresh: "Snap-shots." by the secre
taries; offerings, announcements, etc.
Afternoon session—Address. Lewis P.
Bush, on "Publishing the Tidings;" also
by J Chandler Pyle. Rev. Franklin Me
Elfresh. Miss Maggie Wilson, X. Elmer
Perry, Minor C. Smith, Rev. Joel Gil
llllan, Miss Mary Taylor and Mrs. Wil
liam 8. PTIckell.
The evening service will consist of
address by Rev. Franklin McAI
F.
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frosh, closing up of unfinished business
and a song service, with tho election
of officers.
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HANDY HAD BIG
MEETING IN KENT
DOVER, Del., Oct. 19.—Probably the
most unique political meeting In recent
years was the Hazlettvllte mooting In
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
Western Delaware, addressed by ex-fon
gressman 1* Irving Handy on Saturday
afternoon.
Tho Democrats had ordered Bandy nil,
tho way tip- from Seaford and ho hudj
to take a carriage ride of twenty-eight
mllea to get at the West Dover hundn d
voters while they were at Hnzlettvlllo
engaged In tho work of the final regislra.
HaaleUvHlo—whosg patriotic foundries |
me of tho Delaware hero
tion day.
gave it the
who fell In the Revolutionary War whllo
leading tho Delaware troops In the bat-)
tie of Trenton—Is the only voting place In
the Fourth representative district of Kent)
county, and the Fourth district Is tho,
only one In cither Kent or New Cast lu
counties that has but one voting place.
Twenty years before tho bath of County)
Commissioner James H. Hutoh na, and
that was some time before tho war tho
voters of West Dover hundred.
from Dover to the Maryland lino
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nlng up there Saturday m sInUo file and
the Democrat, we« worHtaaI «• ****'«
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vhlohl
rum
gathered at Hazlettvlll" ami votel In the
same old abandoned house. They wore
a city elect'
suit Is in doubt.
It looked ns though all the country
side had turned out. partly bocau o of the
registration sight, but principally ,o hear
the Democrat»' big orator of tho cam
paign. Handy,
BITTEN ON JULY 3, MAN
DIES OF HYDROPHOBIA
ELKTON, Md. Oct. 19.—William
Turner, aged 68 years, of Inglcsidc,
Kent county, died at Pasteur Institute,
Baltimore, from an attack of hydro
phobia while under treatment at the
Institute. Mr. Turner was bitten by
a dog on July 3. but paid no attention
to the wound until three weeks ago.
when the malady showed signs of de
veloping and he was removed to thc
institute too late to be benefited.
D»ath of Chari«» P. Warrington.
EASTON. Md. Oct. 19.—Charles P.
Warrington, 52 years old, one of Eas
ton's prominent business men. died at
his home yesterday. He had been In
feeble health for a year, but bad been
confined to hts bed but five days. He
was born in Sussex county. Del., and
was the twin brother of William War
rlnglon. of Easton, who died about six
years ago. In 1891 he came to Easton
to live and engaged In the mercantile
business at first, but had been engaged
extensively In the lumber business. He
ils survived by a widow and two sons—
Sodar and Chari
Warrington—and
I three daughters. Misses Fay L. and
I Margaret F. Warrington, all of whom
live at homo with their parents, and
Mrs. Albert A. Garry, wife ot Albert
A, Garry.
Engagement Not Announced.
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
SEAFORD. Oct. 19.—The announce
,ncn, ln T,,E EVENING JOURNAL of
B 1 rower •"'d "'»'In™ Herbert Hall and
I 01 '"''' ,hBt ,hc >' " rr '' to '
Jan,lar >' ls erroneous. Mr. Hall
i 5Hy * h ' K engagement has not been an
"«•"«•« " n<1 ho has not had the first
thought of marrying In January.
mar
HELD FOR HIGHER COURT
FOR CARRYING A RAZOR
Charles Jones, colored, was held in
»200 ball for appearance In the upper
(court by Judge Cochran this morn
ing In City Court when Jones was
(arraigned on a charge of carrying a
razor j onPg „ aid th , ( t he had bought
the razor Saturday and was going home
with It when he was arrested
Patrolman Key.-er" arrested Jones,
Saturday afternoon at Ford and King
street». The officer sale! that the col
jjored man was under the Influence of
liquor.
Jopfs could give no satisfactory cx- ,
. ana lion to thc officers as to why he i
had the razor, and was consequently
locked up.
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Announcement
JiVE HAVE THIS DAY PURCHASED tbe entire stock of the well-known firm of
1. P. DOUGH! EN, 921 Market Street,
this city, consisting mainly of gents' furnishings, Cluctt, Monarch and Paris Shirts, Under
wear, such well-known makes as Jaeger, Gastonburg.and Wim-ted goods : gloves, Kovvnes, Haynes
Very fine line of Neck wear, Imported Hosiery, Arrow Brand Collars and
other goods too numerous to mention at the present writing. Sale will he conducted at
& Cates, Porsius, etc.
various
Q2i Market street, beginning Wednesday morning at 8 a. m. The stoje at fh>i Market street
will be closed till then to arrange stock and remark goods, where all goods will be sold far below
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Watch Tuesday's papers for detail of prices.
cost.
R. To phis Sons ,
921 Market St
P. S .—Fixtures of all kinds for sale.
DUKE DECIDES TO
WED MISS ELKINS
Matrimonial Affairs of Abruzzi
and Senator's Daughter
Stir Italian Royalty
QUICKLY CHANGES HIS MIND
By United Press Leased Special Wire.
ROME, Oct. 19.—within 21 hours of his
renunciation of his love fur Miss Kath
crln0 Klklng . tho Duke of the Abruzzi
aKa ( n listened to the voice of Cupid rath r
1))an l)lo comm „nd of his king, and us a
rcsult lt vvaa officially announced to-day
tJmt t)l0 engagement of the Duke and Miss
t0 . day (j u . r0aa0 ii for the many conflicting
storlPB 0 ( | alc , converging the love affairs
of thlg oouple .
Elkins la not broken.
Tho United Press e-orrc'JDondotit learned
Only last Friday, King Emmanuel told
t , 1R p ukPi who Is his cousin, that unless
he could obtain the consent of his broth
era, Duke Aosta and Count Turm, and
Dowager Queen Marglierlta, the wedding
would not bo permitted,
DUKE BROKE ENGAGEMENT,
Realizing the hopelessness of trying to
wjn r)llkf , Aosla on ,j the Dowager Queen
lr) h([) gldp AbruiSI ( reluctantly and sadly
announced that the engagement would bo
broken and his decision so delighted tho
i, 0WI , R01 - Queen that she telegraphed her
congratulation!» to him.
Within a few hours. Abruxzl was so
overwhelmed by his grief that ho wired!
It was Impossible for him to live without I
Miss Elkins and that he would continue]
his suit even If It involved ha expatrie
KmnlBnuel retuI thc message with
man y misgivings. He know the temper uf
the Duke and realized that 't would to,
futile to oppono him further. For this
reason the King gav© his consent.
DENIAL OF A BREACH,
t, The crisis In tho Duke's affairs arose
so quickly nNd was solved so quickly that
the royal househould found It advisable
to deny that any breach ot Uu engage-1
ment had occurred, though It Is known
absolutely that only three dajs ago tho
Duke decided to listen to duty rather than
to his love.
The statements of tho Elkins family in
America that no engagement exists be
tween Miss Elkins and tho Duke, are not
taken seriously by tho Duka's friends.
They insist that tho pair arc engaged,
have been for months and that as It is a
true love match, the wedding will un
doubtedly take place.
The King'» decision makes It certain
that Miss Elkins, when »h« becomes the
wife of the Duke, will be received courte
ously, even if not Joyously, by tbe Italian
court.
FOREST FIRE THREATENS
DUPONT POWDER MILL
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WILKES-BARRE. Pa.. Oct 19—Fur-j
est fires on the mountain near Laurel
Hun during the night spread so rapid- j
Iv that for some bouts the duPont
powder tniUfl and the village of Laurel
Run were threatened with destruction.
Owing to the long drought the failed,
Inder and the fire
spread rapidlv over a fine three miles
Late at night the seventy-flvt
men who had been fighting it for sov
leaves were like
long
eral hours were driven back, tho tiro
gaining on them. They were reinforced
by a large number from Laurel Run
and Georgetown, and these, by skillful
back firing, finally obtained control ol
the fire, as it was driven to a sate
distance from the mills and tbe town.
It is still raging and a number of
men are now busy trying lo confine It
to a limited area.
DILIGENT COUNCIL
HAD HOUSEWARMING
The members of Dilgejit Council,)
Junior Order United Ar-.eriean Meehan
les. had a "houke-warming" Saturday
, th *,"?! of „ ,h ®
"'•ganlzatlon in the Lore building Hor
•"*<?• «-hairman.
^ S'*"- Councilor Stoop* made an ad
' ri ' ss a,1 'l Hr. Kasthu r also spoke,
Itov Johr,,on an <l " al!ac, e Butcher,
r "'" "'S V-ars old. gave a pretty mill
tarv »keb'h In which Master Johnson
'' ,1 ,he different military calls ot
K regulation army bugle. MusVr
butcher wont through the drills and
manual of arm*.
Mrs. Pierson and
daughter gave teyeral excellent vlolii.
and piano selections.
committee In obar&e comprised
Sr.. Harry Boggs.
and
Waiter Johnson,
Cecil Hu 'son. Millard Darrell
Howard D. Lynam.
CITY VOTERS SHOW
A GREAT INCREASE
Continued From First race.)
First .
Second .
Third .
Fourth .
Fifth .
Sixth .
Seventh .
Eighth .
Ninth .
Tenth .........
.;... 109
. 154
650
70S
1031
1173
11-'.
1335
153
1250
191
1059
307
2103
2710
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2910 2497,
16)8 1800
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2938
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Eleventh .
Twelfth .
1490 1633
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903
19
..... 133
198 20081 22480
Totals
FIRST WARD.
Oct. Prov.
17 Reg, Total
.. 23 203 235
First .
Second ....
Third ..
58
298
156 181
.28
656 765
109
Mi
SECOND WARD.
First .
Second ....
Third .
Ill 137
131 166
118 135
23
.. 35
.. 17
Fourth ....
Fifth .
Sixth .
218 246
139 156
127 144
28
. 11
17
297
..23
184
Seventh ......
154 1031 1185
THIRD WARD.
19 179 198
34 243
43 267 310
First .
Second ....,
Third .
Fouijth ....
277
Fifth
' rut .
Second ...,
.33
276
23 208
231
152 1175 1325
FOURTH WARD.
in:
209
.... 83
.23 214 237
....36 210 246
I, mil
Fourth •
Hflh •••
....16 208 234
.33 218 251
191 1059 1250
FIFTH WARD.
269
230
276
39
First ...
Second ..
Third ..
Fourth .
Fifth ...
Sixth ...
Seventh
Eighth .
Ninth ...
Tenth ...
»25
49
190
171
..19
.26
273
163
299
182
....19
266
41
50
293
303
343
329
.27
.17
282
225
265
205
20
2403 2710
307
SIXTH WARD.
212
.40
First .
Second
Third
Fourth
157
179
262
37
15
71
81
10
Fifth ..
Sixth .
Seventh
209
13
69
12
67
33
210
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126
223
225
2'2
1S1
jj
;i0
31
260
191
Eighth
Ninth
208
18
1639 1854
215
SEVENTH WARD.
169
17
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Second..
Third .
Fourth .. .
im
..25
.4
..15
l'J
210
Fifth .
SI* 11 ' .
I Seventh ....
] Eighth .
232
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.... 12
169
195
12
198
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; Twelfth .
1 Thirteenth.
1 Fourteenth .
Seventeenth ....
.29
Ninth ....
Tenth ....
26
279
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172
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299
3:9
Fifteenth ....
Sixteenth ....
1.3
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130
li?
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2913
EIGHTH WARD.
33
299
267
I First .
Second ....
Third .
Fourth ....
Fifth .
Sixth.
Seventh ..
.24
.22
. 21
117
171
240
718
2:5
250
2S3
29
312
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131
231
Eighth .. .
Ninth .
Tenth ....
261
217
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243
27
247
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Fourth .
liflh .
Sixth .
Seventh .. .,
Eighth.
Ninth .
Tenth ....
Eleventh,
?57
2240
2497
NINTH WARD.
261
2 '5
S?9
■94
19
134
Third
113
:sS
196
2 3
196
2TS
311

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.20
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1 1
397
2>D
179
210
18
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287
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10
i6
189
Ht
»04
2X9
TENTH WARD.
.13
98
First .
Second ....
Third -
1*0
.... 34
199
. 20
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30'I
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Stic
21 295
.33 190
Fourth ....
Fifth .
Sixth .
S venth ..
Eighth ...
190
26
13
27
13
1800
193 1G08
ELEVENTH WARD.
. 30 198
First
Second ...
Third .
192
21U
20 ':
.18
. » 31
171
201
19
182
Fourth
Fifth
31 160
131
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903
1032
129
TWELFTH WARD.
J^rst
Second ....
Third.
Fourth .
Fifth .
Sixth .
Seventh ..
235
10
:5
301
276
.... 38
.... 14 190
304
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230
.... 24
i>
.... 16
l '
187 i
16'
181
18 169
1623
1490
133
AUSTRIAN SPY
IN SERVIAN ARMY
By United Press Leased Special Wire.
BELGRADE, Oct. 19.—A new and start
ling war menace arose to-day In the ar
rest of an'Austrian army officer by the
Servian authorities, who claim that the
officer Is a spy.
The Austrian minister has demanded
release and has threatened
to call on tho Austrian gunboats In the
Danubd, but a few miles from Belgrade,
to enforce' his demands with ilia ships
guns.
The situation Is so serious that many
of tho foreign residents are sending their
families out of the country.
The Servian authorities refuse absolute
ly to release the officer p ruling a thorough
Investigation of his movements. They say
he had been under surveillance and was
unquestionably acting as a spy.
C
NEGRO IS ACCUSED OF
ILLEGALLY REGISTERING
Noah Oorrum, colored, tus arraigned in
City t'ourt this morning on a charge of
having registered illegally, ami his case
was set down for a hearing to-morrow.
Gorrum was arrested on a warrant sworn
put at the instigation of Dominick Davis,
ot No. 115 Market street.
It la alleged that Gorrum Is a non-resl
dent and that he registered in one of the
districts In the lower section of the city.
IRISH HISTORY IN THE
PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
Edward Norton, tho Delaware member
of the National Committee of the A. O
I H. on Irish History has called a meeting
ot tho local committees lor next Friday
I evening to be held in Irish American
Hall at 7.30 o'clock. There arc tin te m m
Uera from each Division and Mr. Norton,
tv ants to be able to present a detailed rc
P° rt at the State Board meeting at New
Cast le next Sunday Bishop Monaghan
end Rev. Edward X- Brady will begin the
use of the books In the parochial schools
under their charge In February. Every
division will use the history at its mcet
Ing In future.
FLASHED HIS ROLL,
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KILLED IN STREET
Special to THE evening JOURNAL.
NEW BRUNSWICK. N J.. Oct. 19—
Because of the habit, when drinking,
of "flashing bis roll." Allen Weldy.
proprietor of the City Hotel bore, is to
day a corpse.
Weldv started home just before mid
night last night, after imbibing some
what freely, and while passing the!
Opera House was dealt a terrific blow
on the head which fractured the ekull,
Weldy dying earlv this morning. His
assailant is not known.
Weldv's wife says it was her bus
band's habit when drinking to "flas.i
his roil " Last night be ••flashed"
over *>90. When the body was die
covered, short iv after the crime's com
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ing.
Red Men to Meet in Dover.
The Improved OrH»r of Red Men. '
which is prepar ng fo bold its Great
Connell of Delnnare at Dover in a few
davs. Ir.s collected Its report for the
v- nr which shows that tho order ha:»
made rapid progress during the p si :
five years. For this vear alone there 1
has le.-n an Increase of 500 members,
and the Del i- a are t.-. ngth of the
trih.al order is now shown to be over,
5.500 In good standing. There Is a,
spirited cont< st on for the officers, and ,
all the candidates arc busy at letter- ;
writing.
MR. SCHWAB TO BE
HERE TO-MORROW
Will Confer With the Board
of Trade and City Officials
About Big Shops
Directors of the Board of Trade will
entertain Charles M. Schwab, president
of the Bethlehem Steel Company to-mor
row. The Bethelhem Steel Company con
trols the Harlan and Hollingsworth Cor
poratlon. of this city. Mr. Schwab will
also meet members of City Council, the
Street and Sower Board and other city of
ficials for an Informal discussion of the
plans of {he Harlan and Hollingsworth
Corporation to enlarge Its plant so that
steel cars may be built here.
The occupancy of Juatison st eet south
of the P., B. and W. railroad Is one of the
plans of tho corporation and it will be
this subject which Mr. Schwab und tho
Board of Trade directors will discuss with
the city officials. The trade boj. 1 desires
every inducement to be offered to the cor.
poratio nto enlarge Its plant and the
bers of the board propose that the street
ho condemned so that tho car aid shlp
building company may erect Its proposed
plant there and to open a street In the
rear of the big plant for the accommoda.
Won of Industries widen
street. The Harlan and Hollingsworth
Corporation la willing to hear the
pense of the latter, It Is understo od from
statements made
mem.
now use the
cx
sometime ago in the
Street and Sewer Directors by Us attor
neys.
Mr. Schwab will he entertained at. din
ner at Hanna's following the conference
at the Board of Trad© looms.
BODY FOUND ON
THE CAR TRACKS
Two trolley car accidents occurred
late on Saturday night, one resulting)_
fatallv and tho other the victim
only slightly hurt.
With his head crushed to n shape
less mass, the body of Daniel Robin
son, aged 45 years, of No. 611 West
Thlrtv-foiirth street, was found early
yesterday mornmif along the troll«*
tracks Of the People's 1, tie at Twenty
ninth nn.i Tat nail ci™., it k,
ninth and latnal! streets. It is be.
hoved ho lav down to sleep and used
the trollev track as a pillow. Hla
hands were folded unon Ills breast and!
there were no other wounds on the
body excent those In the head.
Tho man's son later
was
r Identified the
body and ordered it removed to th»
morgue to be kept there temporary,
so that his mother would be spared
,he shock of seeing his dead body at
that hour in the morning.
What car struck the man is not
known. Nona of the crews on ths
cars on that line recall striking an>
object on tho track.
Philip McDonald, of No. 1210 Mar
ket street, was struck and knocked
down by car No. 181 of the Delaware
avenue line of the Wilmington City
Railway Company while crossing Mar
ket street above Ninth late on Satur
day night. He was taken to the Del
aware Hospital where It was found
that he was only suffering with a
slight laceration of his eye, which was
dressed, and he was then taken to hia
home.
CLUB WOMEN ARE
ACTIVE IN DOVER
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
DOVER. Del., Oct, 19—A series of
big afternoon meetings has been ar
ranged by the woriien of the large.
Dover Century Club of Dover, to in
clude the following events;
October 21. report of the biennial
meeting ot 1908. Mrs. Robert Lyndaio,
delegates from the Delaware State
Federation.
Greeting from Mrs. O.
W. Marshall, president of the Dela
ware State Federation.
P.eports from
the Delaware State Federation
Lewes. Mrs. Cecil Fulton
Dora Wilds.
at
and Miss
Tea. Mrs. Emma But
nett, l ostess.
November 4. the regular Novembei
Reports of presl
business meeting,
dent, officers and chairman.
November 11. club anniversary—1897
1908.
November 18, address by Rev. Joseph
Brown Turner. John B. Hutton, Esq.,
Judge James Eennewili; subject, "How
Mav a Woman's Club be Most Truly
Useful?"
December 9. program under the direc
tion of the Literarv Society
Dover High School. James W. Lewis,
chairman.
of liv
Tea served by Mrs. Em
ma Burnett, club hostess.
December Iff, sew .tig bee.
luzitflieon. Readings from "A Christ
j nius Carol, by Charles Dickens,
!

Box
CHARGED WITH
STEALING SHOES
î George Bramble was ernigned In
C j»'; Court this morning un a charge
larcenv of a pair of shoe* * pom
s »™ u » I DavlE - Bramble was represent
* d ^ ^ , ! orn * v J ' Franit EaI1 -
»«««?* «hoes were m'sslng Friday
»»«» ««> h " f "»t know where the>
■ went to. as he had been drinking and
(was intoxicated at the time the shoes
i were alleged to have been stolen.
I Bramble testified that the shoes wers
1 brought to him bv a n un named John
'
Gpar "'k nr > 1 he alleged told him to ss'l
,hp sht f* for " hnt ho could get. Gear
waH ca Ie< J to an d denied what
: Bramble bad previously said.
1 Although Mr. Bail contended that It
had not been proven that tho shoes
" pr< ' f, ' ol< ' n bv Bramble. Judge Coch
ri,n held him in I10U bail for
courj.
,
; JOURNAL Ads Draw Trade
upper
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School
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SCHOOL BELLS
Are ringing; good Clothes
add to a Boys' confidence
and don't cost much money
if you come here. Boys'
Short Pants Suits, *2 to
*8. with Bloomer Fants.
*3.50 to *10. Odd Knee
Pants, 25 cents to *1 50.
Bloomers. 50 cents to *3.
Boys' Long Pants Suits,
sibes, 15 to 19 years, *5
,*«. *8 and up to *15. Odd
Long Pants, *1 to *3.50.
Now Soft Hats with Fancy
Bands, *1, $1.50 and $3.
Big stock New Reefers,
*2.50 to *10.
Jas. T. Muilin & Sons,
i
6th and Market.
(
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Every Afternoon and Evening,
Moving Pictures
And lUuslratad Songs.
Special Candy Matinee for Children
Saturday.
(Art „ 1ft .
*... . '_
Week of October 19th
FRED SANFORD—Protean Comedian,
'FRANKIE WALLACE—Singing ant.
jcUNNIN^GHAM*' & DTVRT— Eccentric
Comedians
JTHOS. HUSTON—Descriptive Baritone,
MABEL MeOINLEY—Character Vocalist,
(cameragraph—moving PICTURES
Admission. 10 cents,
Children. 6c.
PICKWICK THEATRE

AYEXT'E THEATRE—THE ONE BIG
* thlng ,n ' audevlJI*. Matinees, all
seats, 10 cents. Nights, 10c. 20c and 2Se.
mencing Oct. 19. Matinees each day.
&^?£. r T rio ,' E "« p .f, an . Ju ¥ et , 1 1 ?. r .* :
Taylor Co., In "At Camp Rest'': Carter
and Dugal Co , In "Grit's Thanksgiving''j
.Whitman Bros., Novelty Acrobats; Mil
Ge^rg.^Gand^^CIaM 4
lYanke Doodle German Cog^dian. The
IAvenuescope. lastest Moving Pictures,
Crane
Carter
ELEVENTH STREET RINK
SKATING
_ Every evening, except
Thursday evening.
LENOX VS. SPRINGS.
Game Begins. 8.30 o'clock.
Hilltops vs. Phoenix.
POLO
The Sale of Seats
For the
Wilmington Orchestra
will take place at
Robeien Plano Store
Tuesday and Wednesday. Oct. 20
and 21 for former subscribers.
New subscribers and former sub
scrlbers wishing to change loca
tion of seats. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, Oct, 22. 23 and 24
Th»
Medical offices. 813 Shipley
St.. Wilmington, Del. Physi
cians and surgeons In gen
eral diseases Electrical and
medical specialists, treating
catarrh, deafness and ail
nervous, chronic, special and
private diseases ot
Dr. Barnes Eiectro.
M
both
men and women. Office hours on week
days 9 to 12. 2 to 5. and 7 to 9. Sundaya,
1 to 8 p m. only. Exam, and med. *1.
—w
Careful thought and
investigation
will show that In saving a
few pennies a day by re
maining
you may lose many dollars
or their equivalent.
A false economy which no
thinking man will practice.
i
unbelltelephoned
Belltelephoned?
Are
you
601
W. P.
Ellis,
Mgr.
Dlst.
Æ
Shipley
Street.
Wil
ming
ton.
Unusual Prices for Tuesday's
Selling on the
LARKIN PRODUCTS
c cake of Clover
*
or Sandalwood
O Ä t . Bo ??V °of ^Tsplce"
Dry Yeast; blx of Silver Polish;
^ Safeguard Mat ? h **= 0
Sharpening Stones; box of 500 J
Tack». A^fth.swUcles .
p .7"ïriîcW. ,U .bSv?9Îlll b.
obtained for customers provided they
leave their order on day of sale.
WM
. r e . c , . „ .
Stalls 3 and 5 Second Street Market.
These price goods for Tuesday only.
The Larkin Booth,
Barge Unloading Hides.
Rush and Sons big barge Alice, la
unloading hides at the Blumenthal
warehouse wharf. Enormous quanti
ties of skins are being, received dally
by that concern.

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