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5 New Daylight Depl. Store 224*226 Market St., Wilmington, Del. WE GIVE GREEN TRADING STAMPS. I Closes Daily 6 P. iM. Saturday 10.30 P. M. ! x= - $15.00 Silk Foulard Dresses at $7.98 Women's and Misses' very line Silk Foulard Dresses, beau tifully made in the newest tunic effects, elaborately trimmed with tine lace yokes, iu tan. bine, black and lavender, figured, all-silk Foulards; real value $15.00. special for to-morrow I $16.50 Silk Pongee Coats at $10.00 j Women's anti Misses Stylish full length. Coats. 54 inches long', beautifully made and trimmed, with hand- ] some shawl collar of black and turned-over cuff, in the newest semi-fitting style; real value $16.50, special at. all-silk Pongee ! j D I i i $8.98 Pure Linen Tub Suits at $5.98 j Women's and Misses' pure Irish Linen Tailored W ash Suit (beautifully made, in the newest semi-fitting effects; single breasted Coats, with notch or shawl collars, with black trim mings or without ; all-over pleated skirts, in natural lin en and white ; value $8.98, at . • j j i Exquisite Models in New Lingerie Dresses, $2.00 to $10.98 I ! s Woçten's and Misses' beautiful new Lingerie I Ircsscs. made j ;|n the latest belted effects, elaborately trimmed with fine laces, i 'embroideries, medallions and tucks: some all-over embroidery; positively the finest and largest selection in town ; values 83.08 to $16.50, special at $2, $2.98, $3.98, $5 and u\i to $10.98 Dainty Onc-Picce Wash Dresses at $1.98 to $7.50 f Women's and Misses' beautiful new Summer Dresses, made of fine Ginghams. Percale, Chambrays, Linen and Mercerized [Rajah, in a hundred beautiful styles, all elaborately trimmed: gome embroidered in the newes* pleated overskirt, and tunic cf Meets, high or low necks, in all the. plain colors, stripes and checks, values $3.00 to $10.98. at $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $5 anil $7.50 Women's $1.50 Wash Skirts at $1.00 Women's and Misses' Wash Skirts, made of good quality -Linon, in white, natural, black, bine and brown; variety of new ,cst models, in various pleated stvlcs; value Si.50. spe- 8 cial at . ..0 aüJflJ Womcn's fine pure Linen Skirts., natural and white, beautiful new models, pleated, overskirt and tunic effects, value $2.50 and s, a. pc iai at $ 1.50 and $2.00 Our Saturday Specials I Fine s-wlss Embroidery flouncing«, 27 Mens extra Inc fast black full Inches wide. In beautiful new neat pat- less hose; regular 12 t-2c special sterns; value 59c a yard, special «ft ^ «giFS fg» 25 C •• 1 nd Sailor Wash Suits. at Boys' H I corner Girl«' dainty new White Presses. nmd**h n variety of different patterns, in all _« __ j a* i I'm WvS* 75C 3RQ wisUO *if fine lawn and batiste, elaborately trim- slips, special at merl with fine lace« ami embroideries. alzes 6 to 14 years; value 11.75 to 93.98, at Lancaster Apron Gingham in all the new checks. Value 10c u 7. Women s Fine 'White Raw.. Waists. I yard, at . I zQ . elaborately trimmed with 5 rows of fine T _. . ... , . .. — _ Plain ( ham bra y Gingham very good embroidery Insertion, open back Cft quality in all shades. ' model, value $1.00. at. Ö3C 10c a yard at . SI, SC.50, S2 and $2.49 j I j I I OW I I OQp •W" Value Sic Women's fine Readier Handbag, extra large size, lined with Moire, with tnside purse, value $1.00, at. Women's fine Milan silk hose, the well known "Mascot" brand, in black and all the new snadcs. all over 3 pairs for $1.00, special at . Womens While Parasols, made good linon; value $1.00, spe. cial at . sheer White Plaid Muslin, very quality, the regular 17c a yard, I at . 50c 10c Kino Silk Madras in beautiful new liatterns. the regular 25c qua! Ity. Special at ... j Bedspreads, extra heavy quality,) of full double bed size. Value : $1.00 at .. 25 e 75c 69c Sheets, extra large size. Sl\90, very! Men's Athletic Vnderwcar, marie of tine | heavy quality, hemmed white plaid muslin; regular 39c . quality at .. and Value for 25c use. 05C, i at A GREAT LAKES HONEYMOON. The D. 4. C. Lake Lines Offer the Popular trip for Mr. and Mrs. Nawlywed. A wedding trip which is appropriate enjoyable and gives tlie desired seclusion at the least possible cost • is via the D. & C. Rake Unes between Detroit, Buffalo and Niagara Falls and Cleveland, Detroit and Mackinac. The steamers ar e elegantly furnished and staterooms or parlors can be nord ê* Wedding Silver Sterling Stiver for Wedding Present* is uni« formly acceptable and appropriate. Correct Taste, however, requires selection from an old and reputable make, auch as Towle Sterling; food weight and strength, for permanent table use and a pattern in which a complete family service is available. The design should be of a definite character. The pattern which perhaps best these requirements, in addition to its irreproach able beauty and refinement, is answers The Newbury A Colonial patters, expmting is its refined fine, the Simplicity and Purity of the Period, and diitiaguuhed by its enrichment of delicate bead ing. The historic atmosphère "Newbwy" utggeMi the culture of Old English Ancestry, and ;*i ino th# ala. Colonial The Newbury u nude la all tiandard pieces, and is a mufepbdly of sues. Selection» at suit able prices, ars thus mada esiy. Also avsilabl« ■ Oient Comte ashen», F tints tad m has ury ■ft' ? J Fifth and Market Sts. fr *' i reserved in advance. Send two cent stamp for illustrated pamphlet. Address: D. A C. Navigation Co., Passenger Department, Detroit, Mich. A typographical error in the Epiphany Church notice Saturday night made Whit Sunday read Whist Sunday, and the Blade wishes to cor rect tho mistake.—Concordia (Kans.) Blade. 1 INSURGENTS" TO FORM CLUBS n Polish and Independent Dem ocrats of Eleventh Ward to Have Organizations I I BALKING AT WAY PARTY IS CONDUCTED arming the Democrats of j Fifth Representative district, as lutconie nt the failure of the pres ent do facie Democratic administration recognise the active party workers ere handed out. following the created lust week by the if John Slkorski, the of the Elev that he is through with organisation as It is constituted, Charles A. Glazier, of that ward, to-day made an .•volt 'I'he the to Will'll tllf Inerei is on sensation well-known Polish leader announcement rnth ward. Democratic the now equally strong declaration. Mr. Glazier, who lives at No. X Cedar street. ncl Inis 110**11 h hard party worker in that wan I Tor the past ton years, was in his iloniinrlHtlon of the j outspoken sunt mismanaged party. hen Glazier asked to .ike Sikorski, ognlzed for the work he has »lone, •ars In getting out the voters on nd helping to roll up was turned he r for election day Democratic majorities, he down. was the The ambition of these met same—they wanted Executive 1 ifflcer » Health that was allotted t» »'nth ward. the position of if the Hoard of the Blev Thc Jot), it will he n to Benjamin Green. Green, chairman •ratio ward committee. mcmhcrccl. brother of of the Dent The opposition of Messrs. Glazier and Slkorski resulted to-day in plans lielng perfected for the organization of an Indcpondont-Dcmocratic (41 ub and a Polish Independent Club, both in the Eleventh ward. These organizations w ill lie separate in their character, but Mr. Glazier cut William they will work In unison, is »me of the prime movers in the or ganization of the Independent Demo cratic Club: Mr. Slkorski is leading the Tlie latter, it may Polish movement, he staled, is at the head of several large Polish organizations, therefore, will he pronounced among these citizens, parentage, he was born in this conn His influence. f Polish Although try. These clubs will secure headquarters and will maintain permanent organiza tions henceforth. They will be in corporated and will start with large memberships. The men who are urg ing tills movement insist that they are Democrats, but they declare they will not countenance the manner in which the affairs of that party are now being conducted by cliques. . Mr. Glazier was, until a couple of weeks ago, the 'Democratic district cornltteeman of Hie Fourth election district of tile Eleventh ward. His interest in Democratic affairs was so pronounced that lie permitted the last two nominations to lie held in his resl ^ when arrangements were re centlv madc to recognize the party for Ult . C(>mlnK campaign, a meeting was 9eld at the club house of the Eleventh Ward Democratic Region, and John Haley was selected to succeed him as "'istrict committeeman before he knew anything about it. Incidentally, ail of the committeemen chosen are mem . ..... .. , . ■ ._ ber« of the Democratic Region where u * Gl « zl ;j r IS not ldcnt,fled with ,hat Mr. Glazier staled that on the night of the last city election. Councilman John McGovern promised to support him for Executive Officer of the Board of Health. Subsequently, when the board was about to be appointed and when Glazier again asked the Elev enth Ward Councilman about the job, Hie latter declared there were three or four others after the place. "1 then told McGovern I was tired of being bluffed and that 1 would try and get even for Glazier said. President of Council Banning and after asking him for his support he replied: 'Go anil see John (meaning Council-| n. a it McGovern). Whatever he says I will do.' " Glazier dropped the whole thing at this stage when he saw the futility of going any further. When Coun cllniaii Mi Govern was first elected. Glazier says, lie promised to support him for a position on tho police force. The plans for the formation of the! down," being thrown "I next went to see Independent Democratic Club and the Polish Independent Club are progress ing so favorably that within a few days they will be actualities. FROM DECK HAND TO THE U. S. SENATE 1 r. 7 . r 6 «P t# 5 ■ msu /j JACKSONVILLE. Fla., June 10 From n deck hand on a 8t. John's river steamboat to the t'nited States Senate 1« the step to be made by Na poleon B. Broward of Florida- Senator James P. Taliaferro has about given up all hopes of returning to the Sen ate. conceding that Broward has won in the Senatorial primary. The of ficial count will not be completed for another week. Broward was governor of Florida, but since his retirement from public office has been devoting his time to converting the famous EvcksUdes into productive farms. COUNCIL HAD A BUSY SESSION Robert Carswell Elected En gineer and Port-Warden Selected t'lty Council laut night elected Robert Carswell, Democrat, as a second as sistant engineer of the City Engineer ing and Surveying Department at a salary of $1200 a year. This appoint ment ftlls the only vacancy existing j in that department. William G. Rommel was nominated for the position by the Republican members of Council. The vote result ed 8 to 3. Council also elected A. !.. Johnson us port warden for a term of live years to succeed Charles D. Bird, whose term expires on June 80, and who has rc moved from the city. There were no other nominations. The Board <»f Trade In a letter sug gested the names of Mr. Johnson and O. C. Purdy. The request of the Board of Educa tion for an advance of $1,000 to be taken off its August appropriation was referred to the finance committee. The same action was taken on the com munication received from (he Board of Health, which body asked for an ad vanco of $1,000 to lie used to defray cost of connecting properties with the sewer to abate nuisances where the owners pay no attention to notices. Proposals were opened for printing the annual report of th»» city auditor as follows: Star Printing Company. $2 a page, and the Mercantile Printing Company, $2.12 a page. The bids were referred to the printing committee with power The Park Commission, in a letter, recommended the acceptance of two pieces of ground donated by the Con cord Heights Company. The monthly appropriation of the Hoard of Education and the Society for Prevention of Cruelty ti were allowed. Animals The latter society col lected 145 dogs during May anil Killed Of the 145 dogs taken up 32 were registered but unmuzzled. City Treasurer Ross reported a bank balance of $31 129. 14.10. LAW COMMITTEE HAD BUSY SESSION Made Reports to Council on Several Important Matters Under Consideration The law committee of City Council at last night's meeting of that body made a j report on several important matters which j have been In that committee for sonic time. Wlpi rrfcruice to the subject of reg ulating pool rooms, brought up In a com munication received from Chief of Police Black sometime axo the committee recom mended that a public bearing on the mat tet be held on the evening of Juno 13. In the matter of bill boards, regulating the height of same, etc., the correspon d< nls were referred to tho city solicitor to have an ordinance drawn up and pre sented In Council. Tiie suggestion received from the Mayor recommending a change In the method of distributing antl-loxlu for the treatment of rabies, was referred to the city solicitor to draw up an ordinance governing the same. Tlie committee recommended that ail pa pers, etc.. In the controversy between tlie city auditor and the Atlantic Refining l Company which concern has refused to j tile with the auditor business It does in Wilmington, to tlie j city solicitor for tui opinion. In referring to the communication re- , celved sometime ago ashing council's co j forced, I Tho recommendation of the Mayor sug gesting mure ample prov Ision for vacclnat | llK citizens, namely the appolnlrae.it of I a colored physician, was referred to the j city solicitor to draw up an ordinance, n,i,nw>n rtrvrs Cl ft U/r k\ L J ) If g |/U ft bl\J A vlls I ^011X1^11 MAW RAÇH ( U 1 » VEleltl III « R/lJU ] statement of the 1 operation for a safe and sane Fourth of July, the committee reached the conclti ! slon that there Is sufficient law at this | time governing drew orks, it rigidly et» Mr. Dempsey Votes to Adopt Council Minutes—Bill Re ceived for Court Costs A large basket of roses and carnations graced the desk of Councilman Walter Hash last night when Council held Us weekly meeting. A card attached bore the ! in.-cription "From Friends <i, the Second I Ward," and was In recognition of tho] court's decision that the last city election ( illegal which decision carried with it fact thaï Mr, Rash continues os a 1 j | I was the j member of Council. For the first time since Council ousted j Mr. Rash and grated B. P. Allen. Demo ( crat, Mr. -, of the First ward, dtdj not call for an aye vote on the minutes ■ Inst night. Instead he voted with the other members In adopting Che minutes. Mr. Dempsey has always maintained that as Council seated Mr. Allen he was entitled to alt in the meetings of that I body and consequently he (Mr. -Dempsey) ; would not vote to adopt the minutes as long as Mr. Rash took part in the Coun cil proceedings. Notices of the decision of the court in thewRoss and Rash cases was received from Prothonotary Rice and also state ments of $27.87 and $263L coats In (he two cases respectively, which Council must pay. The communications were referred to tho law committee. THAT WALES-JUNIORS RÜSS0 CASE Editor of THE EVENING JOITRNAL; Attorney I .conard E. Wales fully merited the castogatton given to him by the pub lie-spirited Jr. O. U. A. M. It la amaz ing to think, that, before consulting the erudite Past Councillors he shou'd have the audacity to embark upon this errand of mercy. Did he ever give a thought to the enormity of bk offence? Mid he consider what direful effects his out rageous proceeding might have upon the siatuixty of his country? :ET STREETS riFTH and Crash!! Go the Prices iE have bought the entire stock from two of the largest man ufacturers of Linen Suits in New York City. These firms are considered the foremost up-to-date houses of the country. The recent cold weather left these firms with an enor mous over-stock. 500 Linen, Linene and Rep Suits, in every color desirable. These suits are to be positively sold at less than wholesale prices. In consequence of these great reductions we are compelled to make a small charge for alterations. w 250 Linene Suits, iormerly sold as high as $5.00 and $6.00, $2-?5 While They Last White, Tan. Rose, Wistaria. Blue, Lavender, Brown. * $ 3 -* 150 Finest Quality Rep Suits, for merly sold as high as $7 and $8 While They Last White, Tan, Rase. Wistaria, Blue, Lavender, Brown. m $4-^5 100 Genuine Linen Suits, in natural colors, Iormerly sold as high as $8 and $9, While They Last t Watch our Window Display. It will pay our out-of-town customers to take advantage of the greatest opportunity ever offered the public at this time of the year. All merchandise will be taken out of the window on demand. NOTICE—Tickets can be procured at ibis Store tor the Benefit of the Physicians' and Surgeons' Hospital. the gods be thanked that the Jr. watchful, ever zcal But O. U. A. M.. ever for their country'» good were guard to protect us from this Insidious on nus conduct. If Attorney Wales is fully repentant and amends for his past mis wishes to make deeds, let him turn his attention to the Constitution and urge several changes in It. Might I suggest the abolishing of ths effete laws and Congress and Installing tlie moat learned past councellors as su preme directors of tills country's affairs. Hoping that the Jr. O. Ü. A. M. wilt maintain their watchfulness for the ne farious designs against 11.« Integrity of the State. I beg to remain, " Umington, Del.. June .. ( W. J. c. Barr's Saturday Candy, 29c. ' Sold on Saturday only, but every [Saturday In tho year. A 40c candy for 1 -'»«- the pound, fresh every week. j Fenway candy 60c the pound. Lig | getfs Chocolates, the best made. 80c I the pound. Sold only at Danforth's Drug Store, the Rexail Store, Market and Second streets.* Epworth Church Rummage Sale. The Radies' Aid Society of Epworth Church will hold a rummage sale in tho room No. 100 West Eighth street] on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of next week. Shell pot Park Vaudeville. ' At Shellpot Park the present excel lent vaudeville bill will be given each afternoon and evening this week ex cept Sunday when the usual concerts will be given. There will also be ftiocerts by the band each afternoon and evening. SAVES THE DAY BY CLEVER RUSE It was all oft- They had quarreled, finally and irrevocably. It doesn't matter what It was about; the chances are. j says the Kansas City Times, that In their anger eept that he had disappointed her in some awful .unforgiveable way and she had seised the diamond engagement ring from a dainty, slender finger and thrust It upon him with a gesture of infinite scorn. For an Instant he held the circlet la his hand, ruefully. For another Instant he paced the porch, birds In his pockets, head low. his vo«ee quivering with emo nn» neither remembered anythin» ex tlon as lie pleaded. Suddenly he slopped in front of her. "That's fina 1 . is It?'" he inquired. "Final," she replied, Icily. "No man with a spark of"— "All right," he snapped. "This thing's ,<J mc .then." Ills right arm shot out like the arm of a ball pitcher and a second later the tin kle. tinkle of metal on the concrete walk half a block away told her he had thrown the ring away. "Oh!" she cried, and there was sudden anguish in her heart. "I didn't mean It. We must find It—at onoe." "I don't care for It," he said, stubborn ly. "Rife has mighty little, now. to make "Silly," she cried. ''Help me—immediate ly." He couldnt let her go alone, with night coming on. so, after proper reluctance, ho folowed. In the eagerness of searching all her anger melted. It took a long time, but finally he stopped quickly, and exelatfning "Here it la," held up the diamond ring. 1 PAINLESS DENTISTRY Our painless methods made It possible for the most sensitive pa tients to have their teeth properly treated. Our specialists do tho work In much less time than It takes the ordinary practitioner. Ws can fill your tssth without the slightest pain. Give us an opportunity to do some work for you and we will demonstrate the truth of what we say. Read Sets of Gold Fillings .. mgMHfebwa TO®* Schedule of Prices, i X. ..$5.00 up ..»1.00 up Porcelain and Enamel Fillings. $1 up •ar Btnbk Flexible Saclioa Tssth Nsvsr Blip sr Drop. They look like your own nat ural teeth in color and shape. We match them exactly, fill In spaces whore teeth have been lost so well that the dif ference cannot be detected. Other Fillings .... Painless Extracting Teeth Cleaned ..,. Crown and Bridge Work $4 to $5 Teeth Without Plates ..$4 to $5 (2* Karat Gold), Extracting when plates are Ordered Our New Anaesthetic Makes All Operations Psinless. BOc 26c 75. We Painless Free ANTISEPTIC METI0DS A lady In attendance. AMERICAN DENTAL PARLORS, Iff Market Street Originators of Painloas Method of Extracting Tooth. Largest Dsn tol Offtoo in Delaware. Telephon« D. A A., 236/. Branch Office; Elk ten, Md. What happened in the next hour is nobody's business except their The human, masculine part of tho story was disclosed to his bosom friand late that night In the quiet of thele room. "Had it in my pocket all the tinté,'* he said. "Threw a quarter down the street, and, dad bllng It, 1 didn't find It either." But It did the work. own. Make a not# now to get Ely's Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal catarrh, hay fever or cold In the head. It la purifying and soothing to the sen sitive membrane that lines the air passages. It Is made to overcome ths disease, not to fool the patient by a short, deceptive relief. There 1s no cocaine nor mercury in it. Do not bo talked into taking a substitute for Ely's Cream Balm. All druggists self it. Price SBc. , Mailed by Ely Bros, 56 Warren Street, New Vork.