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THE REFLECTION mroviT Special to THE EVENING JOLRÏIAL DOVER. DSL,-Feb. 2®--™« P r "' c, P a reason advanced for the defeat of the bill to require lobbyists appearing for hire bo fore tho Legislature to register with the (Secretary ot fhate yesterday was that the Ibid was a "reflection upon tho members jof the Senate " The five Senators who supported the bill, and had no more fear (of the supposed refiectlon In it upon them .than they had of fite refiectlon of the sun, 1 were Senators Drexler, Dutton. Fllnn, Not of the Sun, But of Rays of Publicity for Lobbyists at Legislature while the Monaghan and ShelldraKe. .Senators who voted against the bill that (might reflect upon lobbyists ami their mployers were Senator« Anderson. Bar nard Conner. Corblt, Hart. IIKTe, Miller, Morrison. Rowland. President, pro tern., llie oppesU Sparks—10. Senator Spark« summed up tlon in his «tatement that lié considered tho bill a reflection that the members should be asked to pass a law to pro tect themMlvee. The bill already had passed the House. "If persons want to come down here and lobby, let them come . 11 he said. "It Is presumed that we are all honest, and therefore what harm can they doî I have met sever.) of them, and 1 think some of them are pretty good (fellows . 11 Senator Drexler believed 11 to be a good bill and not drastic or far-reaching enough In Its provisions, saying: "I don't bellev« In every Tom. Dick and Harry going be fore committees and claiming to repre sent. certain constituents. In the last two weeks Ute amount of buttonholing over (he S"*»-'** county resuhmlsslon bill has been abominable. lou cant go to your hotel without they arc after you like hounds after quarry." Senator Drexler thought the man work. Senator Monaghan said he did not srO what harm such a law could do. He cited Ing In tlie interest of honest measures would not object to registering. an instance of on* lobbyist here who Halms to represent both tho "wets" and "dry «. 11 Sen.tnr Conner asserted that the mem 1 senstor Conner ssserted that the mem- I bers were not supreme—(hat they were here to represent their constituents and », listen to their wants. Senator Drexler explained that he did ent refer to a mem- j hers constituents, but that class .of men THE ORTIZ ANALYTICAL and TESTING LABORATORY 610 Market Street Potable, Mineral and Boiler Water«, j Coal Analyse» and Determination of (B. T. U. Unit*. Food Producta. Physiological and Urinary Analysis. Bacteriological Examinations. i Analytical and Consulting Chemists nd Assayers. Ores and Minerals. ► , ___ __ . _ ! Only One BROMo uukais«. Wat il _s*V JF Laxative 0 romo ijinmne ©never, , Cure« « Cold in One r . <1 -' < * 25c _____handle I I Vi / 1 ■> Y I* ) I v flj To Get a Rise in the World You should take advantage of the oppor tunities offered you every day in THE E/EMNG JOURNAL Want Ads: Capital with which to carry out your plans, partners to help you realise your hopes, and sales men to market your goods are demanding your attention every day. If you do not know of it, you are not reading THE EVENING JOURNAL Want Ads. On page seven of this newpaper these opportunities, this capital and this sales manship are offered. Business chances, capital and business assistants are compet ing for your favor, l A^e you not blocking your own road to success—literally turning vour back on success-if you disregard the Want Ads? Thousands of other people read the Want Ads and find profit in doing so. This is the profit you might have found. But these opportunities knock more than They will knock at your door often if will only let them. y . • once. you i that hang about tha lagsllatlve halls throughout the eesslon and appear to have an Interest In every measure that cornea up. FILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS PASO OINTMENT is guaranteed tc euro any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed Ing or Protruding Pl'es In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 60c.* Bowers Beuch gave a dinner on Saturday even jhg In honor of Mrs. H, O. Rettow. of (Wilmington. Covers were laid for twenty which was served In the green room, being bcaullfullly decorated with American beauties, carnations and ,, tt img. A dunce followed in the even | nK i n which about sixty took part, music being furnished by Breme Bros, Orchestra; vocal solos and recitations by Messrs. Fred Breme and J. Ham mal. The event of the evening was the piano duet by Messrs. Breme and Hammel, cornet and violin solo by El mer and Jules Brcme. -! the ( meldus und tre Black Hawks and tho Iroquois and Cayuga«, will play has ketball. The line up of the Onoldas comprises Vetter,_ Foster, Dunbar,! Memerly, Devlnney. The Black Hawk«: lineup includes Müler, Hoope». Hour don. Blair, Holtecker. In the Iroquois lineup ar Pataskey, Barskl. Winthrop, Remittier, Litt. Composing the Cayu gas will be Glmmell, Keeler. Fisher, Grand and Hennell. Evening Company at Bower . 1 Mr«. J. W. Wll cult». of iRheda, tho world famous magician will entertain all In great feats of legerde Lfiwn»" 'J^i\fnducin)r her wonderful Him loov.flower-growing from seeds. Performance free to nil. Magic at Mehaeg't Sale. At Meharg's big February furniture sale a special attraction has been add ed for February 22, 23 and 24. Madame Y. M. C. A. Basketball. At the Y. M. C. A. tonight Died After Six Weeks Illness. After an illness of six weeks. Miss Jennie Morrison, daughter of Evan O. Morrison, meal inspector, died late | aHt night, at her father's home, No. ®02 West Fourth street. New Club in Twelfth Ward. Twelfth Ward Republicans have Hlartnd a movement to establish a per mnnent club tn that section of the icltjr. It is tlie intention of those in 'terestnri (o purchase a suitable site and (erect a clubhouse. While the club will) be fostered as a Republican institut Ion, hpp(j of oppost , p romloa , fa(th> w) ,(, not he barred from membership. Church Entertainment, BpMlg| THE rvENING JOURNAL GEORGETOWN, Feb. 20.—Tim Ep W'orth League of Wesley Methodist Episcopal (Jhurch hna| secured Miss Olio Bldwell, of New Jersey, elocution ist and soloist, to take part In an en tertainment to be given on March 16. Miss Bldwell will give an entertainment. In Red Men's Hall at Selbyville next Saturday night. ' While taking down a clothes line In | the yard of her home, yesterday after- j noon, Miss Florence Dickinson, daugh- [ ter of Dr. William Dickinson, of No. I 735 West Fourth street, was bitten on the wrist by a bulldog owned by a! neighbor. The animal leaped on the fence ns Miss Dickinson reached to unfasten the rope, and sank its teeth 1,1 her arm. Dr. J. Harvey Hpruance dresse*- the wound. i—r MACHINISTS QUIT, WAGE DISPUTE Forty machinists and machine oper alors In the employ of the Standard j Arms Company quit work last evening because of an order issued by the conj ! pany requiring them to work Satur ] day afternoons without allowing time and half time pay for the overtime. A j representative of the company said I this afternoon that the company had not been officially Informed of a strike among the men. although he had heard of it. The plant, the official said, was j being operated as usual, a larger num her of men. it being stated, being atj I work than on previous Saturday after noons. According to the machinists they ■ have been working a fifty-five hour ( week. This, they say, 1« one hour longer than the schedule which prevails |n ( J ther local machine «hops. They aak I ed no extra wages for the extra time, but when the company announced that it desired the men to work a fifty-nine week they announced that they would not do so unless the comapny allowed them time and half time p*y for the extra four hours 1 time. The ; men «ay the company refused to allow them the extra money, whereupon they «"i 1 " l " rk -» .iwy. Tb . ,n..n ! * th " mornl " K ' U a , tl ,„ * b w.^rk *the extra fou" hours in order io j,urry work In tho shops. * " y op Farmers Hear Addresses. gperlal to THE EVENING JOURNAL. GREENWOOD Feb ->0 —A aeries ot ! ln !e™Ungtalk. „« (.„mlng pouUrv r „, abd 8Wept potato cllUure are be , ng glven by thp , nem bers of Wash | , ngt on Grange at this place Much in j ( Prest j s being taken in tlie meetings. hour -r- Sa , o ormo stvlas. Mlg Mevern an d \11 hh ''arson ntllll ner8 of N „. <0 3 Delaware avenue will to Npw York next WPell tu seP thc . stvles 1 — Public Sale of Stock. ( A public sale I« being held at Klair's ba»aar today. Seventy-five head of horses are being offered. Thank«. J,rs ' Hat Id Bilker w ishes to thank the many friends who offered sympa 'by and those who sent floral offerings. lat the death of lier brother, the late Jos. P. Rauder.* Will Honor Fleet'a Return. The people of this city arc requested by the members of the George V. Far rell Camp, No. 1, United States Span ish War Veterans, to display the na tional colors on Monday. In honor of the return of the battleship fleet from Us cruise around the world. The fleet is expected at Hampton Roads, on that day. FARMERS TALK Farmers in King street market today discussed a bill in the legislature de signed to stop hucksters and residents of Pennsylvania and Maryland from sell Ing potatoes In the city. Thc farmers ap 'prove tho bill. Another bill discussed was that regard ing the clerk of tha market, and the pay ment of an annual license by what farmers terra "squatters." Under the proposed law the market clerk will not any receipts for market spaces) but will give each renter a check and he wll! present it to the city treasurer for the market license. OF LEGISLATION Entertained Turngameinda. The singing section of the Wllmlng ton Turngemeinde was entertained at Chester last night by the German Beneficial Society at the anniversary celebration of that organization. Quiet Day For Clergy. Following Bishop Coleman's custom, Bishop Kinsman conducted a pre Lenten Quiet Day for Clergy at Bish opatead yesterday. Four services were (appointed for the day. QUIET DAYS FOR WOMEN In the early years of his episcopate, Bishop Coleman inaugurated the custom of holding a "Quiet Day" for the women of the Episcopal Diocese of Lielaware. held always in st. Andrew's Church. Wll mington. This custom Is one which Bishop Kinsman wishes to continue. As it has been found Impossible for many churcli women of parishes in the southern coun ties to attend these services In Wllmlng ton. the Bishop proposes to hold a "Quiet The first of these Quiet Days will be held on Monday, March 8 , In St. Paul's Church, Georgetown, for all who may wlsh to attend from the parishes of Bus sex county. On the following day. Tuesday. March 9, the Btshfip will conduct a similar series of services tn St. Peter's Church, Smyrna, for the Kent county parishes. On Thursday, March 11, the same vices will be held in St. Andrew's Church, Wilmington .for the women ot New Cas^ tie county. Day" In «ach of the three countie«. er Shad in tho Market. Some shad are now being caught tn the Delaware river and bay and of the choice fish are coming into the Wilmington market«. City Had a Breezy Time. ) Wilmington had a regular March day ; today, even If It Is February The wind went on a frolic and pedestrian«, 'especially the women folks, had a dlf Jficult time In making their way In the I face of the breezes. some SheriffV*hminrrot .KT.ÂÎSU Æ ■ ties (Jeorre M Miller „„„.w. .i .i property of Georg^ H Man «on ,,li o ...... pur-iin... „r ... „r; K. Black property aj Eleventh and Orange streets for $i5W The interest of i-«,,,. xt c mu, in a brick dwelling on Jackson 'streeU north of Ninth tvt ..... LL bv Thomas Da-ls .. P irchasetj I Property at Tru.te« 1 . a.). ch» La .t *.» ! "TT ^ur i chased at truefee s sale at the Court House a frame building at Fécond and ! Railroad avenue belonging to the Mar j garet Butler estate, for *555. , , A special meeting of the local post office clerks association, will br held tL. tî 2 M tomor I m,*T 0IV Bu * in «* a °f Impo#: •ne. will be transacted Postoffic« Clerks to Meet. THE FASHION NO MORE; S. L. MAYER & CO. NOW Beginning today The Fashion Store, J at Fifth and Market streets, under that name, ceased to exist; hereafter the store shall be known to the mercantile world of this city as S. L. Mayer & Co. Today the management celebrates! the : change of titles by Inaugurating a Re ' i .'hastening Sale, and to make the re j named conoedn as well-known as was i the Fashion, goods were sacrificed aim | p)y a8 a drawlllg card The sale opened j at 10 o'clock and steady streams of shop | per8 nPre com i n g and going to and j (rora th „ atore Tho offPrlng involved In | thl8 aal6 wh i ch wllI i a8t one week are the i , ategt styles in women's wear and there are garment8 for aiI occasions marked throughout at attractive prices There j are h | nta of spring styles In many silk i dre88eg which are offered at special J>rlee , ' and ln styles cut etc, they are pqua , ' ln evPry way to much higher priced garmPntg underwear ami wash dresses and doubtlaaa „ feature of the sale of j lnterP8t to many wtl , be , he cosing out Qf w)nUr stock of coats and gults , Thl „ ; part of the , ale ia Pxpec i ed to be de j 0 j ded | y interesting. The owners ot the st0 re Intend that the saie shall be an | event of ^vtng. * ... .,. | ~ Ce | ebration , . „ . . , . ; In Pythian « 1 Hall, No. 702 King street, Professor V. A. Short, of Delaware College, who Is giamlmaster (a t arms of the grand lodge, wll speak. flACT AI C 4 HFl HUMAI I.AKII * VJ I AU , nr. Ilirnm W A\ llrl iVFIcFn 1 77 MJ ULL.ll L,HLil/ j Strar.ge Address Was Solved by a Local Postoffice Clerk 1 j fooled In the way demonstrated here to-day. That the postofflee clerks cannot he if an address was A postal card, which the sender had made into n valentine, was addressed as fol Iowa: "Failure, A Famous Man's Wife's Knme . Th e Badriest Bird; Antedeluv | an Building. Modernized; State of Blue Hen." i On the left hand corner of the card ; was a picture of four roots of a tree I with the figure 4 over them. In another the sender in a note states that Tbo address was figured out by « ' ] oca | postoffice clerk, and which proved corner if the country postmaster receiving it will deliver the same there can be no kick coming on thc service. to be correct, hb follows: I The word "Failure" meant Mias; j "A Famous Man's Wife's Name" was I George Washington's v/*e*, Martha, and i the "Saddest Bird." which is a crow, gave the name Miss Martha Crow. The "Antedqluvlan Building" was thc ark before the flood, which whon ! "Modernized" makes it ne* , resulting "State of Blue Hen" The four | m Newark, , means Delaware of course. tree roots means rural free delivery route. No. 4. The uostal card was delivered to Miss Martha Crow, Newark, Del., rural routP No < and s h P was the person f (ir whom It was Intended. the'_ ■ripscr Vljllllltl L.IUlU i have GOOD tike Despite the rain about one hundred Knights of the Golden Eagles paid a fraternal visit to Diamond State Com mandery K. O. E. here last night. The : visiting Sir Klnghts represented Ches [ ter Commandery, Upland Castle, No '80 and Chester Castle, No. 29 K. G. B. Preparations had been made to cele brate tlie occasion with a street parade with bands of music and red fire, but j the rain prevented. The visitors were escorted to headquarters at No. 610 1-2 Market street, where a pleasant social (evening was spent with entertainment followed by a banquet. The Pennsylvania visitors displayed much enthusiasm and during tlie even ing proffered a challenge for the cx emollflcation of thc ritualistic work which was quickly accepted by Mr. Burris for Apollo Castle of this city, which is reputed to have a degree team "second to none." During the entertainment at which Colonel Garrett S. Hmith presided and j welcomed j j | Mr. and Mr». H. A. Williams to Appear at the New-Century Club. Arrangements have been completed! for the appearances In Wilmington of Mr. and Mrs. Hannibel A. Williams In a series of recitals of Shakespeare's plays, under the patronage of a long list of representative people. On Thursday evening, February 25, the delightful romantic comedy "A Winter's Tale." will be interpreted by Mr». Williams In the New-Century Club, and on Monday evening. March I, Mr. William« wil give (lie hlstorl cal drama King Henry the Fourth. (part I.) In the ««me hall. These much-traveled artists have ficen continuously before the public for many years, and have earned most on brothers. visiting speeches wore made by Major Deakyne, Nobio Chief J. E. Gordy, P. C. Wiley, [ P. C. Arthur E. Beeson, P. C. James i G or bey. of Chester..Noble Chief Dllkes, P. C. Penelton and P. C. Enos of Up land, Captain N. C. Armstrong, Grand High Priest Poole. P. G. C. Thomas I Hltherton, P. C. Grimm and P. O. C. William Stinson of this city. The singing by Mr. Burris of Apollo ' Castle, Mr. Parkinson of Chester Cas tie and Sir Knight Sherwood of Wll mington was well received. Adjourn ! men t waa made to the banquet room ( where supper was served. B pa tty. thc caterer, was thanked for h * a part * n t * 1e «ntertalnment. ( the « SHAKESPEREAN RECITALS. 1 I viable reputations as scholarly inter t ■>»>■ l >ear ^ anU 1,1 1,0 two dramas of the limner do they appear to hotter, j; i* n?Jssi!Sj or ' m ' * 11 ..** " "' 1 "' lnK,on ' W'"''«- m " " T™ ,T ï~ n u M f ant> Mr * " llllïm " bave limited their "]' h " «haUes .il*««*« literature, and they have con 8 <-iemlou»ly striven to attain perfec-. I tlon In this special field. To what de ,h *"v have succeeded win be shown Shakespeare' » masterpieces. —— - -—— - - ---, * ClinnF^TION OM Ff7FMA n JUUUUIIUI1 UH LLALITIn 1 It I« auggezted that eczema sufferer« ask druggist« Miller Drug Co., of this city what reports they are getting from the patients who have used the oil of wlntergr*en liquid compound. D D. D. Prescription T 251 NOTICES IN THE LEGISLATURE I j j Continued From First Page. | "bly ln the Senate with substitute. The ( original bill did not make provision 1 for alterations to the present State j House, and the sustitute changes the i rate ot Interest on the bonds from 4 to 6 per cent. Several House bills were passed by the House, including those increasing 'ho road appropriation to Camden and Wyoming, repealing the hundred boards of revision of assessment, pro vldlng for manual training in the «traded schools and several others of minor importance. Among the House bills reported un favorably by the House was that allow ing soldiers and sailor« to engage in the business of peddlers without a license; compelling railroads to pay the cost «V imprisoning trespassers and giving additional help to the receiver of taxes in New Castle county. lf b „ ls were introduced for all the no tlces given yesterday there probably would have to be a perpetual Legislature, for it would take years at the present pace of the Assembly to consider all of thsm. They cover every subject imagln able, an d most of them are in the form of .. nreeautlon rather than being the fore surprising number of the bills are aimed at tlie liquor business. 1 '°" lb ' ytl '*" 10, ' surprising bill Is that given not ce of by Representative Donoho. of Ueaford, a member of "wet sentiment who is In favor of resubmission for Busse* county where several members decline to sign a reaubmlaalon petition. Mr. Donoho gave j notice of a bill to prohibit any person or '"T" u ' r ^ ?° S ' -«»<*>" any Iquor of any kind in Kent or | Sussex county for other than medicinal or sacramental purposes. Ho says that while lie is really not In favor of such a drastic j law he will present and press his bill to put the members on record. The more important notices given yes lerday morning were announced yesterday j afternoon In THE EVENING JOURNAL, In the afternoon some ot the Important hills given notice of were: By Represeu latlve Janvier, authorizing New Castle to borrow JS.OOO for harbor Improvements; by Mr. Brockson. empowering a parent or ( guardian to Institute actions for the death j of a minor child due to negligence; by Mr. Marsh, to regulater tlie practice ot ! medicine and surgery; by*Mr. Bradford, 1 in relation to the use rtf streets by pub lie service corporations; by Mr. Ellison, prescribing penalties for driving away a ! teani without tlie owner's consent; by | Mr. Connelly, prohibiting the holding ot elections in stables. By Mr. Minner, for the licensing of dealers In eggs, produce and poultry; by Mr. Donoho, to abolish the fee al lowance system and fix salaries for Sussex county officials, and to abolish the deputy for the Sussex clerk of tho peace, by Mr. Williamson, providing for the licensing of persona to carry j concealed deadly weapons. j Senator Anderson gave notice of a • bill authorizing search warrants where j it is suspected that liquor is sold il- ( legally. bill killed in thb House this week. I Senator Drexler gave notice of a bill j prohibiting the sale, distribution or ; gifts of liquor near United States mill tary posts, and providing for the re- i funding of a portion of the liquor li cense fees in any district within two | miles of any military post. This is similar to the House NEWELL BALL BRINGS CHARGES j JaHi ment are to be filed aga.nst James M. Wood, superintendent of street cleaning, by MaJ. Newell Ball,, assistant superln-j tendent, as a result of the latter's forced resignation, which takes effect to-day. Mr. Ball yesterday declined to make known the nature of the charges, saying that he desired to give tlf® commissioners WASHINGTON. D. C„ Feb. 20 .-Charges which probably will Involve other mem bers of the District street-cleaning depart an opportunity to Investigate them and learn tor tuemselves that conditions are at present in existence in that department that should be immédiat et^- righted, e service of the District to-day. Commissioner West said: "The Bull incident is closed, so far as 1 am concerned." Mr. Ball will leave the Mr. Ball, who asked for a hearing be fore lie was forced to resign, states that he will appeal to tho Plaident If thc commissioners do not give him an oppor tunlty to show that he is being dismissed without cause. Mr. Bali has placed ills case tn the hands of K. Ralph Burton, an attorney. "The regular course will be pursued," Mr. Ball said yesterday. "The charge. against Mr.'Wood and his management of the street-cleaning department will be put before the commissioners. I hope they will receive proper considération. It not, the matter Immediately will lie brought to the President by certain In-j fiiienlial senators. Mr. Wood last toturd.y to the commissioners that Mr. Rail be requested to resign to take effect Feb ruary 28. At that time Mr. w ood saye, Mr. Ball agreed to tender ms résigna lion. He failed to do this, and again Mr. Wood recommended to the commissioner» itial he be forced to resign, to take ef fect February 20 . Commlifeioner West has approved this recommendation. The comlssloners have refused to grant Mr. Ball a hearing before his services are dispensed with, on the ground that it would be impossible to grant a hearing to every employe who has been dlHmleeed. Civil service ^loes not obtain in tho Dis trlct government, and the commissioners are empowered to appoint or dismiss em ployes at their will. ——-———r __ , _ . r\>riMn/XP Oil Hull! A •/ I | |\j|\LI/ vt/al\ I lalLfvILj | T'lAf/'k CIAirPDC I ll\ I I Mill | |[\\JLl\J * ■ ff vf a si imk ~ ® . . arP h a( iiy |„ f lîTElfVt u* thought thTt the!* voll T~T-- 7Z _ Funeral of a Heavy Woman. The funeral of Miss Annie Chand-; 1 er daughter of the late J Poulson and Marj chandler, whlch will take place from her late home near Cen-, treville. this afternoon, will be of un usual Interest. Miss Chandler weigh -1 ed more than 400 popunds and she was probably the largest womm who lias I died in the vicinity of Centerville for la long time William Gusta, a ten-year-old colored boy, living at No. 14 Evans Court, loot two fingers of hia left hand and In jured the other hand a« a result of au accident to-day. He found a cart ridge in Locust street and forced a pin into It causing It to explode. His left hand was so badly mangled that the two fingers had to be ' amputated tho Delaware Hospital. Two fingers at WATER BOARD MAY BUILD A ROAD ; »«cause Monday is Washington'.« birthday anniversary, the Board Wa ter Commissioners held ,their regu lac weekly meeting to-day. Coleman Bros., contractors, who building the new filter plant, made a proposition to the board to build about 800 f « et ot new road leading to the fllter alt e. n «*t to the Elliott . . . , _ " ,e ™<*d to haul over and when the ""l"* 18 ««mpleted to place it In Rood condition. The idea is to leave off the , C ? V , e ,f n al( unUI after tho com P le * the v ^ w ,. Mr ' Knox eald the price submitted by ' he f contractors was reasonable enough, but he thought that the road should «*. , <?. »y » >■ _J* ' )t , , k , IIr , od Pom. miulonera Shaw and Ford and they voted to have the work done, M ™ Knox voted a , alnst the motio ,, M ho dld not thlnk )t wa8 r i ght to award the work W ithout asking for bJd Bids on Work Will be Opened at the Next Meeting of Board MR. KNOX DOES NOT FAVOR MOVe of prop The contractors want to USD Mr. Ford then withdrew his motion and made another to advertise for bids to be opened next Monday a week. Mr. Knox also refused to vote for tbla motion and remained by his orl glnaI objection, that the road should not be buUt untl i a fter the filter Is completed, President Shaw made the remark that Philadelphia was putting in a slow sand fllter tho same as tho board was putting tn here and Mr. Ford said he was Inform ed that a similar kind of a fllter was bo ing Installed at New Orleans, The motion was carried. however. The request of D.* L. Topkjs. for water service In Twenty-second street, between Jefferson and Madison streets, to supply new houses lie is about to build there, was granted. 'ÇJie board decided not only to lay the main in that square but to con tlnue It to Monroe street, so as to do away with a dead end at Madison street, It was decided to do this f\ the recom inondation of the chief engineer. Chief Engineer Klenle reported that owing to the shortage of funds, work on the proposed offices of the department, at Sixteenth and French streets, was stopped to-day. He said that the plumbing supplies lias been removed from the build ing at Sixth and King streets to the new shop at Sixteenth street and that tho plumbers force would he transfered to the new shop on Monday, The current fund of tho board amounts to ÏS3.67 and the special fund. $634.98. Pay rolls of IT99.S6 current, and special $158.34, were allowed, Eggs Plentiful and Cheap. Eggs took a drop ln the street mar . kets today and Wi i mingt0 n house ke epers were once more glad to get the product at 30 cents a dozen. "This ia strange ,' 1 said a west side wonmn w hen told the price of eggs, Several fanners did not succeed In selling out as eggs wer® plentiful. Superintendent Foster Recovers. Superintendent James W. Foster of the New Castle County Hospital who has been suffering from an attack of the grip, was in Wilmington today. Mr. Arters Addresses Brotherhood. The Methodist Brotherhood of Harri son Street M. E. Church was addressed by the Rev. John M-. Arters, of the Anti-Saloon League, at Its monthly I meeting last night. Mr. Arters spoke c The Dethronement of King Alcohol" (The male chorus and orchestra vlded music. | , j ■ pro Report of Board of Health. Secretary Joseph Wlgglesworth of (the Board of Health reports 26 deaths, 1 22 blnths and 54 marriages during the | week Just ended, For the correspond j Ing period of last year, 23 deaths, si \ births and 37 marriages, were re (corded. I County Roads in Bad Shape. County Engineer Janies Wilson went °ver the roads in Mill Creek hundred J yesterday and found conditions Just | as be had expected. Following a drive i ov «r *be pike and a good stdne road it i was «omewhat like trying to cross a mmrth ^,b en r«avhed the county high '***'■. 1 here a '"Ovement on foot ,ha " h ° U ^ ~ built 3*°« "ne roJÏ P^nsyl ; ! j , N#w Bargain Sale | nau0uralsd b f a* 7 keppl ' n " g CU8lom :d special surprises, thc firm of Llnntn ( cott and Company have now arranged Rlsing Sun an the R i 8ing Sun ■■ mea | enPrge ,| c drm ; 8 always up-to-date p i ann i ng f or th« convenience of its pa ! trons and their barga j n daya mean [ ga i n s In the real meaning of the word. j Tbe R i s i ng g un g a)e lg an :nnovatlon wlth Uppincotfs, and the bargains which j they are advertising cover a wide range ( of goodg . an ot which stands for qual ,, y the real genge These carefully planned bargain sales are a great con venlence for hasty shoppers. The goods advertised aro not shop worn article*, piled together in a miscellaneous mass, bu t they are carefully assorted goods, ar ranged so as to attract thc eyes of customer«. These «pedal sale« are looked forward to by housewives, and they have come to be an occasion when experienced clerks help to solve the shopping prob l*m. at money-saving opportunities. The Rising Bun Bale embraces a rare collection of useful articles offered at great reduction rates. The demonstration' of sheet music is a wonderful attraction! and many people call at the store for the purpose of listening to tho latest songs and Incidentally to spend a pleasant hour shopping. In addition to the reg ular Ilna of goods, which has been great ly reduce! for this special »ale, many novelties are among the list at real bar gain prices. AT LIPPINCOTT & CO.'S. the d "At the Sign of np bargain«. That I Biggest organ of the body—thc bowels—and the most important— II 8 B21 to be looked after—neglect means snfferincr ond «ora nf means suttcnng and years Ot ! misery. CASCARETS hell natnre keep every part of you j, owe j' s c ] ean an( j s tronff thei j . , _ . ® . • they act right means health tc your whole body. 911 30 ft Bowels CASCARKTS toe a box (or a week's treat meat. All drureists. Biggest seller la the world — Million bores a month. ^ Woman Will Be Interested j If you will send your name and ad ; dress we will mail you FREE a pack ; ago A Mother Gray's AUSTRALIAN - ( LEAF, a certain, pleasant herb cure j for Women's ills. It is a reliable regu lator and never-failing. If you have pains in the back. Urinary, Bladder lor Kidney trouble, use this pleasant I union of aromatic herbs, roots and leaves. All Druggists sell It, 60 cents, or address, The Mother Gray Co., Le Roy, N. y. GOLDEY COLLEGE DAILY NEWS On account of Washington's birth day, the college will be closed Monday. The Night School will not be in ses sion Monday evening. Regular work of the College will be resumed Tuesday morning. George G. Peachy has completed the commercial intermediate examinations and has begun business practice. Harold 54. Griffith has passed the 40 word-a-minute test in typewriting. Miss Bessie B. Taylor, a student in the evening school, has passed the 60 word-a-mlnute teat In typewriting. Misses Martha Cochran ahd Theresa McVeigh have passed the 40-word-a mlnute test in typewriting. The students in this subject are show ing great interest in their work. As the instruction is mainly indi vidual, not by the usual public school class method, students may enter at any time with equal advantages. Stu dents usually enter every week in the year. Sale of Cows. Fifty cows are being sold by Stid ham & Son. auctioneers, at McDaniel's stables. No. 419 West Front street, this afternoon. .. T9.Q l ate for classification. j ^ Color, white, black and (an. Reward j If returned to No. 603 Orange street. 1 f 20 -lt. | OTÏCB— A SPECIAL MEETING* N of St. John's Commandery No. 1, Knights Templar, will be held'Monday afternoon, February 23, 1909. at 1130 o'clock, p. in., for the purpose of attend ing the funeral of Sir Knight John B. Johnson. By order of CHARLES McINTIRK, Commander. Attest: James H. Price, Recorder. f20-Xt G. EN 8 ENAT Direct Importer of Pure Spanish Olive Oil. 1 W. 7th Street, 3d Floor. ; D. & A. Phone 2763A, Wilmington, Del. I f 20 -lm. Sines & Welch FLORISTS Special attention given to funeral work. Cut Flowers in season. 8th Street, Near Tatnall. Both Phones. DEA-m* Anna C. Ô 1 NeTÎT~~^ W. Leroy Collins. Thomas Graney. Jennie 0. Morrison. Richard Sincoek. Nellie E, S. McCoy. McCOY—In this city, on February 19, 1909, Nellie E. Simmons, wife of Harvey L. McCoy, in her 27th year. Relatives, friends and members' of the National Protective Legion. No. 940 are invited to attend the funeral services at her late residence, No. 2225 Tatnall street, on Tuesday afternoon, February 23, at 2 o'clock. Interment Riverview Cemetery, MORRISON—In this city, tin February 19. 1909, Jennie D.. daughter of Evan D., and Phoebe A. Morrison. Relatives and friends of the family are Invited to attend the funeral ser vices at her parents residence, No, G02 West Third street, on Tuesday I afternoon. February 23d, at 3 o'clock, (interment Riverview Cemetery. SINCOCK—In this city, February 19, 1909, Richard Slncock, aged 68 . Relatives and friends. Washington Lodge, No. 1, A. F. and A. M., member« of Wenonah Lodge, No. 3, Shield of Honor and employes of Harlan & Hol lingsworth Co., are invited to attend tflh funeral from his late residence, 2109 Washington street, Monday after noon. February 22d, at 3 o'clock. In terment at Wilmington and Brandywine Cemetery. GRANEY—In this city, on February 19. 1909, Thomas Graney. Relatives and friends are invited to attend thc funeral from hia late resi dence, No. 204 Madison street, on Mon day morning at 9 o'clock. Solemn Re quiem Mass at the Cathedral. Inter ment at the Cathedral Cemetery. COLLINS—In this city, on February 19th, 1909, W. Leroy, son of William T. and Elizabeth C. Collins. Relatives and friends of the family ini*« 1 « invited to attend the funeral ser i vices a t his parents' residence. No. 811 bar-[West Eighth street, on Sunday after noon. February 21st, at 4 o'clock. In | terment Smyrna, Delaware on arrival I of train Ieavin F Wilmington, Monday j morning. February 22, at 8.36, ( further notice, O'NEIL—In this city, on the 18th Inst., Anna c * " lfe of Thomas J. O'Neil. Relatives and friend« are invited tn attend the funeral from the residence her husband, No. 1919 Lancaster avenue, on Monday morning at 9 °'c|ock. Requiem Mass at St. Thomas 1 1 "'«fell. Interment at the Cathedral Cemetery. fH À Nhl PÏÎ Undertaker VllAil 1/JUCIV 6 Fmkal « ^ *-' n *DaAmef No. 214 W. Ninth Street, Careful attention day or nlgnt | Bodies In Boarding Houses, Hote.s j * na Hospitals removed and cared for until claimed. Carriages furnished, Appointments flrut-clags Both Phuntfc ——— 1 1 1 -1 I —^ t v without ! ! j JOHN M. CURLETT. Undertaker and Embalmer. 610 Jackson Sired. 0. & A. Phone 1S87J. FOR CORNS. CALLOUS _ PLACES and . C INGROWN . C \ 1 1 1 I IJ »X While You're ^ Walking. 10c All Drug Store».