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Crosby & Hill Co 605, 607, 609 Market Street. Wp Give Green Trading Stamps—They arc the Best. ! 1 Special Silk Sale Continues All Week What a surprise our customers had <*n Saturday at the, silk counters. Many buying two ami three dress lengths for Ihc price of one. This sale represents the "Closing (Jut of Stock 1 ' of one of the largest ami best silk houses in this country, which, with the addition of our slock, makes this the "Silk Sale of the QGp All half price or less. Your choice for .M wit vear. hancy Mcssalincs, Satin and Silk Foulards. I'lain and Rough Pongees, and Plain Taffeta. Xovelty and Plain Black Chiffon Finish Silk:-: regular 50c. 51)0, (»50 and 73c val ues, for. Silks, 39e 78c inches wide, Special guaranteed Black Taffeta, 30 regular $1.00 value; sale price . This sale has been a revelation to the pub lic and the output the past week more But then wc have the best assortments, the tiu Muslin Underwear than pleased us. est qualities and the greatest values ever offered in this city. Come sec them. Corset Covers and Drawers from 18c to $2.00 Gowns and Skirts from 39c to $5 00 Special mention of our$r.oo White Skirts, full size, good final ity and well made. This is the kind of a skirt you would expect The same applies to ever sold at the Get your Corsets here! Why? All good makes of American Corsets are sold here. Styles and sizes to fit all figures. American Lady, C. B.. Nemo, W. B.. Warner's Thomson's Glove Fitting. Ferris Waists. "Onr famous 30c Cor set" has the appearance and wearing quality of most $1.00 makes, Trv a pair. to pav S1.50 for. and you would elsewhere, our special 23c and 30c Drawers. The best prices. Corsets : The Shirtwaist event of the season. i8o Fine Lawn Shirtwaists offered at half price. Splen didly made and beautiful rich lace trimmed, three- | quarter length sleeves, the best $2.00 waist; sale price, each . Shirtwaists Hail Price 1.00 All this season's fine tailor-made Suits—re duced pricgj.'jj3 Suits, good assort- "t EA ■ ment of sizes and styles, were $fo*md $12.50, now. I iuU do Suits, stylish, nobby models. $20.00 and $18.00 val 1 ties, now .. Suits Reduced j I I ... . , High class Shoes for Women an.l Children — the La France Shoes for Women. Ilivll or low cut worth $;.00 liair anvU'lierr <utr nrirp • •' ni! 1 ? C1 P « . * . » . • • • $ 3-50 and $3.00 L other gootl Shoes. $1,00. $I. 50. $2.00 and $2.50. 1 S|||ftcfioc) Men s Madras and Percale Shirts, in "white and dark ground, small figures anti stripes. With or without sep •rate cuffs; worth 30c to 75c: sale price . . t . „. .. . «er,,-. i I,Ot Of Childrens Straw Hats, 73c and Sl.OO values. .,50c Ladies' Hats, velvet and silk trimmed, worth $2.30. for ....$1.00 Beautiful Trimmed Hats were S600 *5- Df» <tä «v» an.l <Kir> f >r nn c , 1 41 • . , • "■ «1*0.00, ÿ/.OO. $8.00 and $IO, tot- $5.00 Select 1 mum tugs for a $7.30 Mat and we Will trim it for ....$5.00 12.50 Balance of stock marked at a saving of from $3.00 to $10 a suit. The texture and sheer resembles silk so closely that you imagine they are silk: Lawns. Organdies, Linen, &c . ta* 4 c. 15c, 18c and 25c 1.000 yards Scotch Dress. Gingham, worth 23c per yard; sale price... Cotton Dress Goods 18« 9o 1.200 yards best Dress Gingham, worth I2'-Sc; our price .. Shoes Special Millinery Offerings New Gloves, Parasols, Bells, Ribbons, Bellings, Braids. Embroidery, Laces, Underwear and Hosiery. Half Price Sample Sale of Hosiery and Aprons Continues AU Week 605-607-609 Harket Street ADMISSION BY CARD TO VISITATION CEREMONIES The following explains itself; Owing to the limited space admis »Ion to Hie morning services of the nstery of the Visitation ôn im.c M 4°t'h. «th and 6th will be by card only. (Signed, The Sisters of lh e Visitation. COUNTY FINANCES. County Treasurer Robert M. Burns st the meeting of the Levy Court to day reported the folowlng balance» on hand; Levy Court. 4*5,578.71; special bond issue, J17.042.69; miscellaneous roads. J211.51; Christiana. 179.0»: Mill Creek. J432.95: White Clay Creek. J160.26; Peneader, J1S9.32: Now Castle, Î 1950.69: Red Lion, »366.47: St. George«, »4436.61; Apiwqulnfmink, »746.49; Blackbird, »971.58; Brandy wine, »191.73. Ask Mayor for Information. Mayor Spruanee has received a letter from the board of engineers of the United Stat e* Armv appointed by the Secretarv ot War ' to make a survey for an inland waterway from Boston, Muss., to Beaufort. N. C.. asking for Informatlon respecting the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. YOUR DOCTOR Wishes his prescription compounded by an experienced druggist and »»Ith drugs that uro reliable and fresh. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. Th? Rebshls Drug Store. FIND BODY OF RIVER VICTIM f.nrnCP of I F rnprnrnn nf wVlJlww U1 J* 1. lUTlUlQII West Chester Recovered , _ Dy GfdpplerS, WllO Get Reward After searching for two days for the body of John F. Corcoran, of West Chester, »vho, evidently while demented, committed suicide by dro»vnlng himself In the Christiana Rivor. near tho Del a»vare Pulp Mills on Sunday morning, was recovered about 4.30 o'clock yes terday afternoon near where he went down. The body was grappled for »»ith irons furnished by the police, the young men engaged in the »vork being Wll lial11 «md Daniel Dohring, of No. 412 j ?.°" 8trPpt ' Henry Spinken, of: * ° • Townsend street, and Reuben Conl >- of * Nu - South Heald street. Th< ' y hro,| K ht the body to Hie surface f*«** a «* r u Corcoran. a i brother of the drowned man. a con | rac,or of " est Cheater, left tho city *° hnmp - He Instmcted the four jüsrjÄsa m ^ had hard ' y ,eU th U C ^ 8 Towed* to The latter had th« hnriv — * moved ?« morgue .«dlast tveni™ Undertaker James T Chandler took Û to Weît Ch-mr ln l.U iutoi^blta to west cncsici in nis automobile . .... ... '"™ by Mr ' t landler to the men who recovered *' ,e that lie ^\T)Mlcl bo hr^rt' »nd personally pay them tho re »»art! he promised them. The drowned man. tho member» of family say. has been acting strangely for several years and when ever he had bad spells at home they | wore able to take care of him. body »vas recovered. Oormley's wharf and the coroner noti fied. bis He left ! West Chester <»a Saturday morning, j and it is presumed came direct to Wll-1 iningtun. / FIRE EATS THE ALPHA PLANT Loss of Several Thousand Dollars In Blaze Over Market Street Bridg'e •currod in the sign j painting establishment of I>. J lave» Robelen, at No. 505 Shipley street. Spontaneous combustion is supposed to have caused it. The loss was »300. | The liremen responded to box 12. K. V. Young, superintendent of the Alpha Process Company's plant in Philadelphia when the lire broke out at the works. When seen today ho said he could not say what the loss w'ould he hut it would reac h several thousand dollars, lie said that it was covered by insurance. What caused the blase is not known. It broke out about 5.30 o'clock and uulekly spread through the plant. An alarm was struck ffhfit box No. 142 and this was folOWed by a second alarm. The firemen were held up for n minute at the Market street bridge which »vas turned up stream to allow a boat to pass through the draw. Hrldgetender Murphey got it on as quickly as possible however, and there »vas a rush across the structure for plugs. By this time the tire was rag ing and to add to the. firemen's trou bles water for some reason could not be had at onee and by the time streams were turned on the building it was a seething mass of flames. in addition to tile building the (lames consumed a large quantity of finished stock, a Baltimore and Ohio freight car and a large amount of machinery. The company has been lined in City several occasions for violât ing the city ordinance by allowing oh Jcctlonable fumes to Issue from Its plant. Two lires occupied the attention of ! the firemen yesterday, one of which resulted seriously, in that It completely destroyed the plant of the Alpha Process Company beyond Mar ket street bridge, entailing a loss of several thousand dollars. The loss Is covered by Insurance however. The second fire (most ADDICKS AFTER THE ROYALTIES | Wants Money Accruing* From the Use of a Patented Mining Device In the United States Court yesterday j afternoon, the Arizona Blue Beil Copper! I Company, in the case of the Bay State Gas Company, filed a petition declaring that it is the only person rightfully en titled to tho royalties arising out of a certain contract or agreement made by it with on« John L. Elliott, on a patent device used in mining. The petition further sets forth , hat Charles 8. Hlnehman, (who originally pe titloned that Hie royalties be turned over I to him), had full knowledge that the company was the owner of the rights secured to it under tho contract with John L. Eliott ami was solely entitled to the royalties; and fnrtHer that all dealings or agreements bad or made by George Wharton Petler. receiver Of the Bay (State tins Company of Delaware, were L , and roade wlth J Kdward Addicks, and that the receiver had no dealings or mae no agreements with Charles s. Hlnehman. in reference to said royal t , et|tlon praya for nn order from the court directing tho clerk ot the Cir cuit Court to assign, transfer and de liver to It. an assignment of Hie royal tics payable to It i Tho royalties in question were turned, over to the Clerk of the Court by 1 c * lvPr Popper for the court to decide to whom the royalties should he given. It ! , Ikr| lh t c0 . ln .... " wllI nn pear In court shortly and ask for a day : I ; to be set for a hearing Inthe matter. J. Eduard Addioks, who is Interested hi the Blue Beil Copper Mining Com pany, was In Wilmington yesterday af ternoon and appeared al the office of the •fiery of court In the Fedcrl Building a hen the petition of his company filed. j j , ! ! wus WILL TRY THE EATON DAMAGE CASE AGAIN in the County Court to morrow tlie trial of the case of Isaac N. Eaton vs, tlie Wll mtngton City RaiUvay Company will be called. This will I)« the second trial ot the case, as the jury dlsagredr the first time. While Eaton was riding on a oat Eighth street car It got beyond the control of the motorman. Near Monroe street after com lug down 1 ho opposite hM the car collided with another ear. Eaton Jumped before the collision and received injuries that have elfl his rigid arm «0 lie cannot use it. OBITUARY. The funeral of Mrs. Mary S. Bur- j row« will take place from the home | of lire «on-in-law. Leonard II. Pyle, i No. 129 West Sevententh street, to- 1 Inter morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, ment, will be In Mt. Salem cemetery. • • • The funeral of Peter McGIlliehoy will take place from the funeral parlors of Dougherty and McOlllin, No. 217 West Sixth street, tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. Requiem mass will Ik» cele brated In St. Mary's R. C. Church, and interest will be in Holy Cross ceme l f ry ' I'hliadelphlg. L . - , , . ,r > Harden took place from the home 0,1 Kast Thirty-fifth street yesterday j f" R.Trit ol * lntCnn °' U was __ ■ • bids for i mcuu DDm .. . , . , BR>DGC t, ' flay - Th *> from'Md*0 nO °to »5642. Several months ago the mill [ Jani broke and the bridge »va» carried Slnoe ,hf n »>ld. were received bul re J ected - The bids received today, 1 f0,,0W: Kelson Meredith Co.. »3642. Four' months. ! Frank B. Jones, »3490. Sixty days. jr. 1«. Lockwood. »3160. Seventy , days. r ' | Robert R. Morrison, |5230. Ninety j day8- ' . j Mr. Elliott presented a resolution re ; ferrlng the bids t6 the 'Levy Court and County Engineer Wilson and U »va» | passed. The Lockwood bid was for the The funeral of William Montgom ! upper structure and no mention of the j piling was made. u committee of the whole will meet The Levy Court as jthis afternoon t© consider the bin». t S. H. Staats More New Undermuslins Many new and pretty styles, all at popular prices, and much better than the average gar-} merits. The muslins, cambrics ami nainsooks are soft and fine ; the embroideries and laces arc beautiful new patterns, neat and dainty; and the workmanship is j most carefully and tastefully done - ^VOMEN'S NIGHT GOWNS, | ( )f muslin, cambric and nain sook—hemstitched yokes or clus ter tucks with insertion. Gowns with low neck and elbow sleeves—plain hemstitched ami Plain or with cluster of fine . . trimmed with Ciubroid-1 erv Of laeC. . Special ( UferillgS 111 I'.mbrom ery Trimmed Skirts at $1.00, $1.25 c , 5*1.30 ami COMBINATION CORSET COVER AND SKIRT. also daintily trimmed with rib bon and embroidery. Cool and comfortable for summer wear. Extra fcjzc Gowns. CORSET COVERS. Dainty, serviceable Corset Cov ers, variously trimmed, 23c, 50c. 73c, $1.00 ami on up. WOMEN'S DRAWERS. With deep hem and cluster of fine tucks ; also with hemstitched ruffle or ruffle trimmed with cm * Would make broidery or lace, special mention of our assortment at 30c. LONG OR SHORT SKIRTS. Trimmed with either embroid ery or lace. 404 Shipley St. 405 Market St. ROOSEVELT CAUSES STIR Continued From Firs* Page. __——--—— After thanking tho City Chamberlain, a« r .insieuh C. Ulmsclrtle who in the cor ' . . „gored Roosevelt the poraUor. * name, offered Roose»elt the 'Tight hand of fellowship, and present h,m wllh lie gold box containing ho cm blazoned vellum ccrtlfleale of freedom. Colonel Roosevelt spoko as follows: "> hav0 recmtly spent nearly a year under four British and African protec »» Your me " ' ,l a .!® d ° lnS „ a «t™' work for «£" Brl * ah l,>r civlllaatlon. fl ,e nations which,, conquering the savage lands for Civilisa j 1,0,1 s,,0,, 'd work toge te . ' henemted by tho French occupation of a '» 1 Tunlc T V m J. similarly for the interests ot ciMitsa U ?."' fcel lowlird the Boudon similarly as 1 ton toward Panama. Wlm *•« ( i ulr cd the right to bu < Cana '- many wont,l ' re < ! whether it would W- 1 a ' waya an8Wewd th f l was " world task and our business to undertake 11 lt we wcre >cady to make go».d our Claim to being a world power. "Hegardlag Egypt, X speak us rn on - *'der. but this Is to your advan age a. l speak without national prejudice and. alf, °- aK 11 well-wlshor to the British Em pire. I speak not only as an American but as a radical, real and not a mock democrat, »vho feels Huit bis first thought i« iKiund to be for the welfare of the masses of mankind and »vho wars against violence and Injustice in ac cordance with the principles by which while President, 1 acted toward the Phil, Ippines. "in Egypt you are uol only Ihc guar dlans of your own interests, but ot the interests of civilization. Tho present con. ditlon of Egyptian affairs menaces your ;m ylre and civilization us »veil. You have given Egypt the best government In 2,000 years, yet recently you erred. It Is ne cessary to remember Huit weakness and timidity und scntomcntality are more harmful to au uncivilized people than violence und Injustice. "You treated Hie Pan-Egyptian move ment and religious struggles fairly and Impartially. Instead ot acknowledging this, a section of the natives took advan tage of this treatment for Hie ilevclop- : ment of an antl-forelgn movement. Pro mler Boutros Pasha, a competent official, j an upholder of the British rule and a j worker for his countrymen was murdered I because of these facts. The altitude of the [ Egyptian Nationals regarding the murder Î "if yon feel that you ought not to be put K you feel that it is your duly civiliza tion to stay, then show yourselves ready to meet tho responsibility of your position. You saved Egypt from ruin, yet if not goverened from the outside, Egypt »x-ill again sink into chin>s. Some nation must Egypt. t hope you will decide that it is your duly to be that nation," not desirous, but are incapab'o ot granting aven primary Justice. ot Boutros, shows that they are not only A number of decisions will be hand , do , wn , th 4 f ( ' Q , Unt J th,s week including that In the Uaks non support case. --- govern I j Decision? in Court. Health Executive Officer McNally today took up four samples of Ice ceram. sold on the street by venders! >n penny boat, and sandwich- and ,h *>' be turned over to City Bar terlologlst Robin this afternoon, for' analysis. ! Eight places where the Ice cream was made wore ordered to quit bust I ness Isst week (»«cause of tho misant f tary conditions suprounding them. The | «amples taken up today »vere acquired j gome of the places Which j fold to clean up and now the health ( officials will learn what tlie stuff 1» " ! i ; made of. Foleys Grind Laxative /o» s™»*z*-T.ouatc «nd^coHs-nrATiot? Smyrna party IN AUTO WRECK Collided With Wagon After Wheels Would Not Grip Muddy Roads i I SEVERAL INJURED, j 7 | car with the party, leaving Middletown ' vhon > «tout a mile below, they noticed |B wagon ahead, the horse slo»vly jog ging along. Tucker sounded his horn and the horse, apparently was pulled slightly to the right. Tucker started ahead to pass, when, to the horror of Special to THE EVENING «TOURNAI SMYRNA, Del., May 31—While two par lies of Smyrna people were c'tiviug largo automobiles down tlie State road last night, about midnight, a Regal car, driven by Roy Tucker, of Smyrna .turned turtle one mile below Middletown, out ail of Its occupants. The Injured are: Homer Hudson, occupant of front scat »»1th Tucker, spine Injured cannot stand. throwing Roy Tucker, legs pinned under the open, utlng »»heel mid badly injured, though not broken. Harvey Jones, severe Injuries to right arm and shoulder. Jay I .assoit, painter, sever« btuises and spratns. After*,!!« He" ^ oiec.r.ea, !... night the roads were William Norris, musician, lacerated and bruised. r.iv Tii.-k..i- ,1., , " ' ua in a slippery condition and the best of automobiles "skid" or get out of easy »»•ere wont t< control. the automobiliste, the horse »»*as pulled sharply to Wie left to take a by-road "■ hielt the automobile party had not noticed. Tucker steered hard and ap- j plied all brakes, but the machine sail ed along with fixed wheels over the slippery road and »»•heels of the »»agon, spoke with it. contact caused the machine to turn a fonvurd somersault and all its cupants »vere thrown Tucker, at the wheel. Colonel William H. Stay-ton's Stev rns-Duryea car, with a party of Smy rna merry-makers, including Mr. Stay ton and Captain John P. LeFevro, »»-as coming ijlrqetly behind, lights lighted tjji the thrilling and some of tho Stayton j 1 caught the hind taking every The brakes and the oc except clear shriek and faint. Messrs. Stayton and LeFerre rushed to the rescue, and after getting all who could s**nd on their feet, and sorting ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ (>f , Mr stayton Katht . IH j the prostrate Hudson and took him back to Middle-! town to Dr Donw . v o(flce An . other trip was made to the wreck and th , oth er ridera were gathered into the lllg Stevens-Duryca and carried buck to Middletown in lime for the mid night southbound train to Clayton. Mr stayton then again returned to th0 wrnck und j OBl | ed , lls party of .Smyrna girls and young men, and fiQ , 8hp|| hjs > * them ««»rna In Hm«, to me t the other auto mobilo occupants at Clayton and Inko aU to thelr home», where physicians W ^ e improving except Hudson, »vhose injuries are a puzzle to tho phyrtc|a „ B Its search scene girls party ! to STATE NEWS NOTES. .Charles Vanleer. a wealthy retired farmer has presented to the Scaford High School a piano. Cornelius Pryor, tho negro who was so badly cut In a crap game at Can non. is no»v rapidly recovering. With a hatchet as his only Imple ment, George Culler, alias "Ginger," of Bridgeville accused of selling Regally, chopped a hole In the local lockup largo enough to crawl through and made his escape. As a result of an accident over a »»•eck ago, Ashby Shipley, a young Seafonl druggist, may lose his left eye. Shipley was pouring some formalde hyde from a largo medicine cask into a smaller bottle, when the larger bot tle toppled over and some of the fluid spattered In his eye. FesLval at Glasgow. The women of Glasgow Presbyterian Church will hold a strawberry festi val tomorrow and Wednesday even ings. Children's day will be observed next Sunday. PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE At Cloud's Ileal Estate and Builders' Exchange Northeast Corner Fourth and Market Sts., Third CHARGES—$2.50 to enter property. 1^2 per cent, commission on sale price. Parties Kst properties to be sold on June 4 must have them entered by June t. Floor. desiring to Sale Starts 2 P. H., Saturday, June 4<h, 1910 STIDHAM & SON, Auctioneers. 9») Chandler st.eet, 5 room« g t0 ). e property, southwest corner Syc amorc and Harrison: »22.0». jjoj Tatnall street, corner property, srÆrïi" . . M, ' 8aIem Laur ' ! ' , aom * an<1 bath> modern lmpro»emeuls. «»mHUon; occupied by owner. I** 102 ' Fulton street, new houMa ' 8 rooma : * n ' 1 b * ,h ' ' ntM,crn Improvement- «S.W. 1Ö« ML Salem Lone. 9 rooms and bath. modern Improvements; »18.00. New 6 rooms and hath, F"? and electric; Mendenhall a»-enue. Todd's Lane, at lUverview Heights. 5 brick houses, fi»»e rooms, Coleman street, between Stroud and Cedar. Rent for »9.00. 900. 902. 901, 906, 90S, 910 Brown street, 5 roomsp »19.00. 021. 623, 625 East Seventh street, three story brick, 7 rooms, rent »14.00. 749 Maryland avenue, new brick house, 7 rooms and bath. 1603 West Tenth street, » rooms and bath, »22.50. 1003 Clayton street, 8 rooms and bath; » 20 . 00 . / 100 Fifth avenue, frame residence, 11 rooms and balk; large lot attached. 141 Slxtn avenue, corner property, new brick house, 6 rooms and bath; *17.00. 131. 133, tat, 127, 138 Sixth new brick houses, 6 rooms and bath; »ii.oo. 1620, 1626 Lancaster avenue, two-story brick houses, 7 rooms and bath; »16.00 .rented. 1806 Gilpin avenue, 8 rooms ami bath; electric; »23.00. 527 Clayton street, 7 rooms and bath; * » 20 . 0 . 1614 West Sixteenth street, 7 rooms and hath: »22.50, 1915, 1017 East Thirty-eighth street, 7 rooms and bath. »16.ro. 1326 Banning street, 12 rooms sud both,, large grounds; occupied by A number of lot? on Fifth avenue, between ow lier. a»'enue Anchorage und Brown streets. A number of lots on Sixth • between Sts. avenue and Brown first-class Anchorage Lot at South Ardmore. Pa^ on Bene dict avenue, front 37>4 feet by 125 feet deep. This Is r. growing local ity. 20 acres of farm land, near Ham montou, N. J., three mile« from sta tion. on IMeasantvlIIe Road. 5 acre?, same location 2',i miles from station. 710, 712 Poplar street, 8 rooms and batn »23.00. Enter Sales With C erk of Exchange, Third Floor Real Estate Department, Second Floor Houses for rent, sale or exchange. Wc build homes, secure loans and furnish ulans and SDecificalicao. The President and the Vice-President Teach Begin your course Our graduates arc earning good sala ies. Write or cal! land we will tell you what we can do for now. Both schools are in session all sum mer. <5 IBS Send for catalog. Address either School. you. The Successful Schools Salisbury College of Business, Masonic Temple, Salisbury. Wilmington Business School. duPont Building, Wilmington. F. H. DAVIS TO GET GOOD PLACE Report That S. John Abbott Will Lose His $4,000 Job at Washington Special to THE Evi ENINO .TOURNAT* i among well-informed Republican leaders. | that S. John Abbott, of Mi lord, who ban held for more than four years the $4,00» ; , i ofr.ee of fifth auditor of the Treasury De- ] 1 1>ur,ment ' at Washington, having been; appointed by President Rooseevlt at tin; t - '.. •• .- «"• hTX** "* "" " 1 I Immediately upon his withdrawal, the report had it, Frank II. Davis, of Dover, j tlie lawyer who »vas nominated for altor ney-general on the last Republican ticket, | would he appointed by President Taft, at the Instance of both Senators ciuPont and Richardson, to suceeil Auditor Abbott. An authority in the Republican coun- j ells, when seen last night made the to - 1 j • I ,10 not know whether it »»111 be dur ing the coining munth or not until fall, 1 but Mr. Davis has made the required up-: | plication and hast met tho demands for u buying statement: j responsible department ifllce at Washing ton and »» 111 be appointe»! within the next j fc»v days, or at least by the fall. 1 am not 1 at liberty to say. nor cun I say wbetheh It wifi be the Treasury Department office or not but he »»fill get a desirable place." Levy Courtmen on Inspection. The monthly bill of tîîb Ferris In dustrial School for board of 67 boys »va» paid by lhi' Levy Court today. The Levy Court will go to Philadelphia to to Inspect the Irlquols Iron morro»v " Theer balnK 1,0 nc ^ deevlopments »» , he triple' holiday. London sent higher P^ces • e, « rrt, S r for American securities ahilh ha ' 1 ,h " ofr, ' ct of »tvadylng our prices here, although after the first hour the market became very dull and al noon ho,,r il wa i 11 "» attitude seemed to m val1 ' 1 ho Supreme t out t al Washington is J® " and d " w " a decision on : ' he constitutionality of th« Ta!C ,aw ' " hlch ,f l f ", vo " W * ltt . j ernment is expeele.1 to have a -mp ,1 v | Works roller. Financial and Commercial F. D. Lackey and Co., stated to-day: depnvidng effect on securities, »vhlle on , Ih other hand If favorable to Corporations . .. .... . should exert 11 beneficial Influence on se Tho Philadelphia market is also •ith slightly better feeling. ' curltles. dull. NEW YORK STOCK MARKETS. 2. ''S P- quotations from F. , D Lackey & Co., Bankers and Brokers, members Philadelphia Stock Exchange. Î43 Market street, Wilmington, Del. Locomott 4 f,% ) Northern Pacij^»^ \mol. copper 4 sy, Norf. & We*»i or ^ am. Smelting 76VJ | No. Central j, 0 Am. Sugar Co 12V'* 1 P«°P>e» Gas ;o8'4 Atch. T. A «lo8>4 I Pennaylvanla Asphalt Com 30 Phllc- R. T. iSj^ Balte. & Ob! I Ijjti j Phna. Co. ... 4 s Brooklyn R. T 79$! ' Phlla. Electric 15 Gen'l Leather Reading ... . i s '^^ | Ches. & Ohio S6 Rook Island Cambria Steel 57 % St. Paul .... Denver & R. G 4° Sou. Profile Erie Common 37 ft Sou. Ry Co. | 43'* >3.tH 26 Erie 1st W il .. Tonopah Min. 8^1 Elec .of Amet ITntted Gas Im 84 V Louisville t T14754 Cr.'on Pacific iSoli Lehigh Nay. 95U. 5. St. Con 80^ Leh. Valley .114 y t U. 8 St. Pf. 1174^ Missouri Pac 71 Wabash Pf .. 44 Mo Kan ft T 4 oJ» West. Union m' N. T .Centrait 18 Reported daily by F. D. Lackey Ä Co., bankers and brokers, Philadelphia Stock Exchanoe, 843 Mar- i ket St. WHEAT Dec. May. 94% 93 member? CORN. OA'~8. Dec. May. Dec May 55 Vi C7*i 36'•i 36?? GOT LAUGH ON CONTRACTOR Mr. Horrig'an Couldn't Go on Road Inspection Trip on Tuesday William J. Horrigan. president of the Horrigan Contracting Company, »pear cd before the Levy Court to-day and lnV | tpd t j uit | H)dy to inspect the nc»v amiesitu binder road pleted. , Bridge recently coin The roail is about a mile In myett ., mi „ H M r , Thompson conferred With Presl dent Dayett for a moment, and then s ÄÄTi »fore ,He « ♦e President Dayett said: "Mr. Horrl gan> tho cour t j, as agreed to Inspect smiles, said tho hour and clay would nuu suit. The members of the court enjoyed a hearty laugh because Mr. the road next Tuesday morning." Mr. Horrigan, amid blushes and Horrigan on Tuesday morning next »»-ill lead to the marriage altar one of Wilmington's fairest and most popular young women, Miss A. M. Kienle. The road will be inspected on Thurs day. Permit for Dwellings. Building Inspector Cassidy today is sued a permit to Marion N. Wood, to erect t»vo dwellings for t*. M. Keen at the northwest corner of Twenty fourth and Jefferson streets, to coat *2800 each. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our beloved moth er. Margaret A. Outlen. wife of John Allen, who departed this Ilf a on May 31»t, 1W9. In her 7Srd year. ( By Her Children.* FLORISTS The Eighth Street Floral Shop. Flower» for all occas.ons. SINES & WELCH Eighth Street, near Tatnalt SL Both Phones. Mary 3 . Burrows, p e t«r McGlinohoy. w «OOKBR-In thli May Mat IMt »Vllliain T. Hooker, aged sa year?. ReUtlves and friends are invited to a( DEATHS tend the funeral services at his late res Jjlone. No. 31| East Seventh street, on Thursday afternoon. June 2nd. at i Tnte.rmeni at U lver vlew Como l ery. BURROWS—In this city, on May 29, 1910, Mary a. Bin KelstUcs anil friends arc respectfully invited to attend the funeral services at the residence of her son-in-law, l.con.ir< 1 H. IAIc, No. 129 West Seventeenth street, on Wednesday. June 1, 1910, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Ml. Salem Cemetery. McOLINCHEY —in this city, on May 21, 191», Peter McGllnchey. Relatives and frlemls are Invited to at tcml the funeral »ervloes from the under, taking parlors of Dougherty and McUllitn, No. 217 West Sixth street, on Wednesday, at 9 o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Mary'« ■rows. Church. Interment at Holy Cross Ceme tery. Philadelphia, Pa. Undertaker Gt Etnbaltner No. 214 W. Ninth Street Careful attention day or night Bodies in Boarding Houses, Hotels and Hospitals removed and cared for until claimed. Carriages furnished. AnDolntmeme first-class. Both Phonoa CHANDLER JOHN M. CURIETT, Undertaker and Embalmer 610 Jackson <■*- T D. & A. Phon. IS87D.