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O/LS and GREASES HUDSON SUPPLY CO •9 Front and Market Streets, Wilmington, Del. Oils and Creases Farmers ' Oils. Special High-Grade Diamond Brand Ma chinery and Separa tor Oils, Cylinder Oil. Screw Cutting Oil and Black Oil. Fine Cooking Oil, Linseed Oil and Turpentine. Jet Black Harness Oil, Special Light Colored Harness Oil, Neatsfoot FRAZER AXLE CREASE I I 1 I I I ; ! j I I Pure Oil, Machinery and Burning Oils. ■ AUTOMOBILE OILS and CUP GREASES Automatic Phone 2680. Goods Delivered to All Parts of the City. D. & A. Phone 2880. ST. GEORGES. By United ' Press leased Special Wire. ST. GEORGES. June 15. William J. Genn and Anna E. Gray both of near Bt. Georges were married at the home of the bride Saturday at noon, by the Rev. Harry Taylor, pastor nf Georges M. E. Church. After the ceremony a wedding din ner was served and the couple took the 1.35 p. m. northbound train for a brief wedding tour. Children's day services which were postponed on account of bad weather will be observed in St. Georges' M. E. Church on Sunday morning next, June St 19. Financial and Commercial F, D. Lacker * Co. states to-rlav "The New York market started off a' higher figures than last nights closings provements in fluctations from London, and while dull, acts as If any news of a u pwrd b rnovem«nt. Pr traders and operators are awaiung the passage of the railroad hilt and the ad journment of Congress before making new commitments of either side, although from present Indications the railroads will fare better than it is anticipated. The Philadelphia market was a little more active, especially In the traction slocks, which look as If they would advance fur im ther." Ing'-^e' 1 mos' n ieh-nm'e a n' , ews waTu?« foreign trade exhibit for Mav. showing] the largest exnorts on record for the lT"mporte eP 'lmnorts were «.mener" Than anv month plnrc l«ist Au*u«t. of, exports for Mav were $11.215 This Is a^venr r pVpt° Xbe outpo durhg' June has been fatrlv large and tower 'commodity prices will tend to 'j^rea-e experts T\ Ith a prnhamutv *nal tn« rau road hill Will he signed bv the Preside-«, Fr-day or Saturday and with regular ŒhiglSÂ for stocks^Vhe 'crop» || make good .«rogress d««rln~ th- hal -sgsW--»'jive month, corn Should sd-an-e ■by leaps land hounds. There is every prohsh.ml- of a fine government report w.°imul/ not Âî; firtr/Ä't bn »harp bulges." gFWVflRK «STOCK MARKET«?, By United Press Leased Special Wire. NEW YORK. June IS—The stork mar ket opened strong to-day. seorlnit frne Uonal advanres in nearly everything dealt In . fl o'clock—The strony tone hc ame m« pronounced during the las, half of the first hour, when the pnt're list rose vlg orcuslv« with an unusual degree of uni formity. Governments unchanged: other bonds firm. 2.15 p. m. quotations from F. D. Lackey & Co., Bankers and Brokers, members Philadelphia Stock Exchange, 843 Market street, Wilmington. Del, 43 ÿ ( Northern Paci 24 ^ A mal. Copper 6j>< Norf. A Weztno# Smelting ySS ( No. Central ug Am. Sugar Co 1174$ I Feoples Gas :o6 4 Atch. T. A Bio4 7 k j Penneylvaata ,3,7^ Asphalt Com. j8«^ Phllt-. R. T. Bolto. & Oh! 11 j Phua. Co. Brooklyn R. T 78^ Phlia. Electric 15 taenT leather 37 !^ Heading ... .}54 Ches. & Ohio g 1 % Rock Island Cambria Stee! 45^ St. Paul ,,,, iDenver & R. O 35 5$ Sou. Prolflo Erie Common 2744 i Sou - Ry Co. jErle 1st HI .. 45)4 Tonopah Min. 8 Elec .of Amei [United Gas Im 84 % «Louisville "■ T]45 Lehigh Nay. Leh. Valley ,. 111 % (Missouri Pac 66 S Mo. Kan & T 3 SJ^ N. T .Centrait 16 Reported daily by F. O. Lackey & Co., bankers and brekers, members Philadelphia Stock Exchange, 843 Mar ket St. ' WHEAT July. Sept July. Sept Julv. Sept. 92Y4 S9' 3 57«, 58«, 365» 355$ Locomotl «ai AIT.. 20 — 48« 401. Uh)» IZ2 * 5 ,V Union Pacific 171# U. S. St. Con 7S D. S St. Pt. |j 5 j4 Wabash Pf .. 43 West. Union 63 «,; CORN. OA 'S. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. ■II7ANTED-POSITION AS FIREMAN. v * Experienced furnace man. GEORGE MARTINIQUE, 806 Locust St. Junel5-6t. DEATHS. Ella E. Gear. Elizabeth M. Wigglesworth. SVIGGLE8WORTH —In this city, June 14. 1910. Elizabeth M., w.fe of the 1 late George W. Wigglesworth, aged 65 years. Relatives and friends are invited ,0 gttend the funeral aervlces. at her late gestdcnce. No. 305 French street, on Sal lirday afternoon. June IS. at 2 o'clock, Interment at NVllmlngton and Brandy wine Cemetery. **F A Gear ,MS r ' ty ' Jun * * 2 ' 191 °' K " Relatives and friends are invited ,0 at tend the funeral from her late residence, No »1 South Market street, on Thura day morning a, 9 o'clock Requiem mass • t the Cathedral Interment tn <'athed-l fa I Cemetery. ru . \TI\I rn llnHcrtAlror LuÂNDLEK Cs Embafiner No. 214 W. Ninth Street. day or night Hotels Careful attention Rodles In Boarding Houses pnd Hospital removed and carc-d for Until, claimed. Carriages furnished. Appointments first-class. Both Phones, — r OBELEN R SIGNS 505 Shipley St. i HANDS DIPLOMAS TO LARGE CLASS tbp tnit)l •• Continued From find Page, must come from the dissemination of Captain I„ F, Edwards. Lieutenant U. M. Campbell ami Lieutenant H. W. T. Kglln, of Fort duPont. are guests of Lieutenant Stayer and will he judges at the campetitive «Trill nf cadets for the Roberts medal this af ternoon. T.ieutenant Stayer this afternoon an nounced the appointment of L Irving Handy. Jr., to be major of the cadet corps and J. E. Marshall, C. H. Heisler. A. B. Eastman and C. E. Taylor t<> be captains of the cadet corps. one of the most Interesting features of the. ex-rclses was the presentation of ws ; They were dtstrlhuied as BfS I The Bishop « 'nleman Memor.al prize, »25. for best standing in the senior year, was awarded to W. H. Weggenmann. The Alumni Prizes ;Flrst Prize In Public De hate. »20, to Wiliam .1. Bratton; Second Friz** In Public T>obato, $15: to Eilgmont Horn; Third Prize, In Oration between f.opbomnres and Juniors, »15. to Perlt» j "'alner. The lewis p. Bush Literary Prizes, first prize, R, G Hill; second prize, i William J. Bratton. The Lieutenant Ciarke | Churchman Memorial Prize, to Wilbur S. Forkran. The Phi o Sherman Bennett ( > r i ZP |2n. lo T. F. Walls. The W. C. T. C. Prizes: First prize, $25. to H T. Knnls, 1 second prize, »15, to E- E. Blades; third prUp $10 M R Hutchlaon thP Fourth „ ) prize, ta to H. E. Spruance The William | p, Clark prize for mathematics. William j ® utI The .Jarre,, S. Smith prize. „0. ; h<> » t *'«ndlng in English d.trlng the year In the c'ass of 1312, to William Butz. The j j l8e ph H. Perkins prizes for short stories, bv undergraduates first prize U c r ■f ! Kidd; second prize, ». j „ Lewis; third prize. $2. p. e. Armstrong. f Dover, Edgar Del.. an,1 Me upon the members of the graduating ClaSS; Bachelor of Arts, from the Classical course, upon George H. Bacon. Laurel. and W. J. Bratton. Elkton. Bachelor of Science, from the General Scientific Course, upon John N. Lyndal. Wy oming. and \\ llllam B. Ratledgc, i arnhurst. B. S. from the Civil Engi neerlng Course. John W. Alden, Wil English prize, $15, to K. O. Hill. Hon orable mention, W. A. Sawdon. Prize for the greatest improvement in English, $15, to VV. O. Aurand. Honorary degrees upon the folowlng—Master of Agricul ture. Man love Hayes. H. Bancroft, of Camden, Charles Barker, of Milford. confi«rred were Post grad uate degrees were conferred ns fol lows: Master of Arts, Cecil C, Donald, of Red Hook, N. Y„ and B. Evans, of Elkton, Md. The following drgres were conferred mlngton■ James R Rice Dover- f«n. mington, James H. Bice. Dover, t ant well Clark, Newark; Wilbur S. Cork-1 ran. Wilmington; William Edgar. Wil mington; Oliver G. Hudson. ft"- V«. Jones, «Vilmltifton; Ä R™u"' «S" Th.-odore F Watts Prlnclnl. Furnace Md nclplo h urnace, B. S., from the Mechanical neerlng Course. Charles R. Georgetown, and Albin P. Shaw. Wil mington. B. S. from the Electrical Engineer ing Cours«?. Lawrence B. Cann, Kirk wood; William L. Eliason, Ml. Pleas ant: Philip Grunsteln, Philadelphia; Egmont Horn, Rehoboth; Fred C. Mac Sorley, Townsend; Chauncey D. Rob-) inson, Georgetown: William W. Schae for. Chesapeake City; Joseph P. H. Shipley, Seaford: Harvey E. Boshell, Middletown; William H. Weggenmann. New Castle. A certificate for the short course in agriculture was given to Albert Smith of Dover. The invocation was by the Rev. Wil liam A. Campbell, and the benediction by Bishop Frederick J. Kinsman. Engi Jones, COMMENCEMENT DAY AT CONFERENCE ACADEMY Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL* _ DONER, June 15.—This mencement day. proper, a, the Wll , . mlngton Conference Academy and the * raduatln ft exercises will be held this evening In the Opera House, her «r „ ber f P enin ««'ar visitors are In Dover including Methodist ministe There was a large attendance at class day exercises early last evening is com A num T S whpn the folIowln * program was given: ! AddreM ° f We,rom °' a ° class poem,. C. K. Lewi» and T. B. Mc McCabe; Class Prophecy, V. C. Bunting, Miss Sadie Slay, Mias Minnie Robin son; Class Historian, George H. Ben nett, Misses Kirk and Cole: Class Leg acy, Sterling and B. Emerson; Presen tation of Gifts, €. W. »Veils, \v. W. Price, J, E. Townsend, F. A. Town Isend; Ten Commandments, Misses ] Masor. and McDougie; Farewell Ad dress, H. 3. Warren; Class tide. C. K. Lewis, T. G. Owens, Misses Matthews I and Killen. | I & a«l THE EVENING JOURNAL. PREACHER HITS FIGHTING GAME Dr. Price Tells Colored Minis ters Ring' Battles Demor alize Youth SAYS SPORTS ARE OUT FOR MONEY AND FUN Before the Inter-denominational meeting of colored ministers in Kzion M. K. Church yesterday afternoon the. Rev. Albert Price while discussing the subject "A Word. About the Colored People," dealt prize fighting several hard body blows In discussing the subject Ur. Price said; "This subject is creating a groat deal of comment throughout the civilized world Men and women ate seeking to find out which of the two gnat pugilistic fighters' is the better. The Christian world does not agree with this kind of warfare. It is detrimental lu the morals of our youth; it is brutal I nextremes. As far as the slates are concerned where the fight is schedu ed, right to say whether tills fight shall he held nr not. They have invested the power in their governor, in their legislature, and it is for these men to saj whether 'Ills fight shall go on the citizens have on th) soil of California. I do not be lli vu liât prejudice w ill rut any figure ln I this matter. The sporting class do not care I u rlpp'e whethei the fighters are black. ! yellow or white. "They are after the fun and money they can get nut of this fight. We regret that this fight has been hurled so extensively throughout the country, ami it is our duly as Christians I" do all we ran to hinder) lids class of sport. So far as resolutions j are concerned and petitions. they wi I cut no figure until a united effort on the j part of alt Christian men and women is j brought to hear « n those who are be , ho ding for their voles. Men In public ! office must l«e taught to respect the wishes of the citizens who elect them and place them In office. Until this Is done it will ho useless for 11» to call conventions, con. f, rences or synods or as cannot bring these men until they find the uprising nf public sen «nations. They | to their senses timent Is against them, and defeat mwts ! them at the poll. The « hrlstlan ministers I have a perfect right io speak from their | prlplts against this evil. Not because of the color or race or nationality, hut »*- enusc It Is an octopus that will fasten If.-; fan gs on the young men and women of our land, let us take ih. gospel of Christ, a, we shoo'd, and fear no man. Speak against these evils, preach against them. thus we wlli be able to bring for a purer manhood in the fut, .re than we have In the past. and we trust that all Christians will Join hands against priz« fighting and nl other amusomonts »bat «re derogatory to the interest of good government, good morals, true manhood and womanhood." - mniniINtr frjFlfJF T|IIIlllTF " lmUU * " _ ^ n Tft "fl! H f.î flRY" i L» Ulyl/ ULUA 1 - 1 j I ! j Flag Day was observed more widely in Wllmlngt«.n yesterday than in past years. The principal observance here was by Wilmington Lodge of Elks. Flags and hunting decorate«! the lodge rooms. The . t.t. o* « exercises opened with "The Star Span , . _ ., . .. . *7 gled Banner. by the orchestra, after . . . . a . . which there were introductory exercise«» by the exalted ruler an.l the «„her n«l cers. This was followed by prayer h, past Exalte.) Ruler Frknk T. Schilling, , h e chaplain, after which "Columbia, the Omb of the Ocean" was effectively sung by a quartet composed of Joseph E. Me cuilln. first tenor: H. Howard Carver, second tenor; Joheph Michaelis, first h ass .and N. Dushzne Cloward, second Elks Observe Flag' Day Exer cises by Appropriate Ser vices Last Night. Mr 8phll,,n » next r * ad " Th ® F1:l » R PCOr j," after which there was the Im- 1 pressive altar service by the esquire and other officers, followed hy the singing of "' °"" rl " l Trlb " ,e *° ,he Flag, after which the orchestra gave the selection "Southern Aires" This was (followed by a solo uy Miss E, Marie Qumn. following which n patriotic ad-1 dress was delivered by D. Herman Stass-: f«m, the exercises closing with the song America. by the quartet and mem s ' FEYBURN TO ADDRESS GRADS (Continued from First Page.) eh Francis Asbury Price Armstrong, Kllz aheth Mitchell, Florence Arelaide Ayres. Edna Scott Morgan. Margaret Regina El liott. Mary Frances Price, Anna Taggart «ïraves. Ellen Gertrude Ewbanks Prltcb et t Bertha Evelyn Lynch, Elsie Weldln j Roblnson. Katharine Cecelia Mansk Ion Marie Schilling. Florence Fisher Mink, Virginia Townsend Warren. nass night exercises will be held at the | school on Friday evening A" the familiar old "stunts" that have delighted High j School hoys for generations will afford I entertainment for the pupils and their j friends. The program vvl! he as follows: Overture, orchestra.: greeting hy president of the February class. B. H. B. Ennis, Jr.; singing class: February class history, l-ouls D. Gluckman; .«'ass poem. Beth H. Dunlap. June class history, Grace m. Boulden; vocol solo, Marguerite M. Ful ton; presentation and reception of class hanner.W. H. Kyle, '19. lo Edgar F. Riley, 'll; selection, orchestra. February class prophecy, Hazel E. Lynam; récita tlon. M. Amelia Werner; vocal solo, Mabel P. Buckmasler; presentation of class pres ent. Henry W Hhookley; June class pro Phecy. Edmund Henvis; singing, ci.ss; farewell, president of June class . The offloer» of the 1910 class are Benia — , ,, ,, min H R. Lnnls. Anita L. Falla way. Katherine Knayer, Howard Zebley. Ed ward Lacklen, Marlon F. Everett. M. Amelia Wcitoc, C. Henry Cash General—Bessie Cloud Carpenter. Wil bur Earl Lind. Nellie May Harflove. Har old Francis Lltzenberg. Clinton Harriott Brown. Harold Stauffer, Benjamin Hendrlcson Butler Ennis» »Howard ley. ■ 1 The Well Dressed Woman need not necessarily have many Suita or Dresses, but what she has should fit perfectly. Perfec tion in fit can only be obtained by correct altering. This store has earned an enviable repu tation for perfect altering and this department of our business is the best equipped in the city. We never turn out a bad job. — I j j SPECIAL. Persian Lawn and Lingerie Waists, trimmed with fine lace 1 and embroidery. Special at 49c, 69c, 98c 4 BOSTON CLOAK STORE 424 Market Street DANIEL S. LAUB, Prop. Green Trading Stamps. j j I 1 I I I JOY RIDE ON THE RIVER Great Crowd on Excursion of Physicians' and Surgeons' Hospital. WEATHER IDEAL AND THE COLUMBIA IN FAST TRIM I in holiday ] A calm ami moonlit sea. two thousand people, mostly young, and mood, and the capacious steamer Columbia I furnished the basis for one i-f the largest excursions I that has over left this city j for a trip on the. Delaware, and the Phv- i ... ! and Surgeons' Hospital will obtain a good sum from the proceeds of the ex curslon. Thprp wa8 a fln „ m , l!( ,„ al program given ^ ,hP bv «""-known WII mlngton singers, among them being Miss Cor« G Taggart. Frederick W. Wyatt, i Hamt | fon Harris Miss E izaheth C. „ .„"^s of t^Pylr'c" "tfie. and'th«'W.L mlngton Choral Society. The singing was directed by T. l>eslie Carpenter. The Thlr tppntb y p Coast Artillery Band, by j ' authorities courtesy of the hort DuPont authorities, KaVP * helr wrv,c< " s free ' and Provided a | "«rrlng program that was enjoyed by the excursionists. Vincent F. Safranek is di -.c«, ha„4 ' e l Camp Chairs Scarce. 1 The Columbia ief, the King street j wharf about eight o'clock, was escorted out of the creek by a noisy little tug. and wandered leisurely down river as ! far as Pennsville. t'amp chairs were I as precious as gold nuggets, and those ubtaining them "froze" onto their pos sessions, wearing them around their | ne '; ks wh '| e P | ro,, ' el |f dl ?* the <lecks ', a " d , e . ven "ancmg wdth them over one] shoulder « Sotn ® *iflrm camp stools | ' vf T® a "'" "." /'if * Pr ° P ' 1 p ® Up fh • nnm iened nd whereupon they were approacnccl and . , * ,_* seized by happy young men. who , . . *u looked crestfallen when the oo\eted , «L M ™n»rth..te to " ^h« occision hv «orner ove^ „ h ro a .„..«eeded hevond ""^c^.ion- * ^llnertow hiS «hen a Jingling show-) posts; er of change falling from his pockets ,0 the deck accompanied the turn. | Downstairs, ice cream cones, pretzels.) and chocolates found a steady stream of customers, while the orangeade man 1 went th,« round of the decks and did) 1 a thriving trade. Part of the lower ) dpck 8aloon was r0 ped off for danc , ngi which was a popular feature of w „ - ' ' comronaw., an. a inal««ty », the crow d found it good fun to per L m b uIate thp rtpcks .taking in a bit of thp pro)miIn provided by the commit tpp or b the PXCUrs i„ n i 8 t 8 themselves. , <hp var ,ous comers of the h«vat. The! tem arv , og8 of „ ght )n , hp maIn HjUonn WM W lth hilarity. Evpry paM(nK 8h ln seemed to have acquaintance on hoard, for amid the exchange of shouts and cheers, would come affectionate Inquiries for Archi bald and grandpa, and other relatives. The good ship Columbia pushed its ) nose hack Into the wharf about one I this morning, being received with great cordiality by the people along shore, and by a string of fifty-seven varieties of street cars several squares long, Th« landing of the two thous and, occupying a quarter of an hour more, was an interesting and good natured occasion. accompanied hy farewell trills from the large number of amateur glee clubs on hoard. The weather was ideal for the trip, waa on tbP 1f)h thp „. holp voyage. The j cornn ,u t ** tn charge feel that the oc | A COMPLETE COMBINATION william T, Stead, the editor of the j English Reviews, tells the storv of Irishman who applied to one of his friends for a position as coachman, "'Yon know, Pat, ff T engage you I shall expect you to dothings hy com bination. For Instance. If I tell you to bring the carriage around at a given time I shall expect the horses with it and driving gloves etc.' "Yea. Borr.' said Pat. " H ® was engaged and gave sat lafactlon. One day bis maste^« came to bim him to look sharp and | ^i* a doctor as his mistress was ill Pa * was gone for a long time, pn bis 7 nastpr _F rum bllng at him for! d ® ay b ® , Su "' f'L .7*" mTsTr . ^ ' do you mean. ♦ Ä u »uiw« . Dldn t you teil me to do things by ««what's that got-to do said the master, Just warm enough to he comfortable on deck, calm enough to abolish all idea of being sea-sick and the moon caslon went «iff very auspiciously, and 1 that It was a great success. an and What with it?" . . "Well," said Pat, T've got the doc tor, the parson and the undertaker." T RUSSO CASE YET IN BALANCE Governor Takes Time Con sidering Pardon Board's Recommendation EXECUTIVE NOT BOUND TO CONSIDER RECOMMENDATION Special to THE EVENINO»XOURNAL. DOVER, Del.. June 15—The deliber ation with which Governor Pennewill is considering the Kusso ease—that of the Italian who murdered William J. Kidd, an American, and who is sent enced to be put to death at Greenliank next Friday—has caused numerous dis cussions as to the status of Delaware's organic law relative to reprives and pardons. It is now certain, however, that the governor is well within his authority In either delaying his action for ma tu re deliberation or even declining act upon the recommendation of the State Hoard of Pardons, to commute Russo's sentence to life Imprisonment. Hitherto it has held among many here that the governor would he nd to act in accordance with the hoard's recommendations, since the !.. hoard had entered fully into the hear ing of both sides, and. being composed of cool and considerate men, were in possession of facts to know how to act. whereas the governor, who had heard no pleas or evidence, was not. This, however, appears to be entirely erroneous. It probably grew out of a rumor circulated during the admin istration of Governor Hutin. when the Board of Pardons met here and sud denly recommended the pardon of Montalon A. Cole, in prison at New Castle for murdering William Mon tague with a baseball hat. Montague had come from the same town in which Governor Hunn resided and he asked he governor, was obliged to act in conformity with the recommendations of the Board of b j, , if he. ■ounse Pardons. Feeling was high In Kent county and central Delaware against u«>lo. Whether the governor then sought or governor men sougiu or got the information In question has never been explained, hut, within a " ep * <8 after the hoard sent up its I^norT/Zo 00c /V.'c.t°° V * ernor Hunn pardoned ( olo. Thprp a re tWl> ronflll . tlnK pojn ,s fn (bp RuMf> raR „_ an ,i alpo „ sträng.' c.i (nr|r , Pnt The co-incident la that the !. , . ,, , " ho P^sided at his trial and de »'^d what tHe f dBfen , se its ®' f to be one of the best ebarpes nn rec««rd ) n this State. Is the governor's brother \N hen Chancellor Curtia ask ® d ' ,r - Wales why he had not appealed KuBSOS ca8P ,n ,hP Sll L' r, ' mP r ™rt on u ._i, „» „ rP ,, r tho itofondnnt mi.™,! a writ or error, tne uerendant counsel rolled that then' had been no error in the trial. Particularly on the part T ho C.mn^tlng facts nr« , h e«e- The conflicting facts are these Against flusso- That he pursued the hoys that had snowballed him for s.«v ernl squares, even climhng a hill; that j "'hen he sh««t William Kidd, who joln ed the crowd, Kidil was unarmed and Russo pulled th« a younger man to him while he shot him to death, In favor of commutation t«v life fm prisonment—That Russo had never he fore saw William J. Kidd, and. there and the hoys were talking in strange lartguage to Russo and reached back t0 hlp f >ockets ns thou K h ttl,out 0Yr i t «j „ nr1 » n p xcuen ann in not mood, that he wal trlPd nt a R l leclnl (,a,1 ' >d tPrm nf court ' vhPn the fW>1,ng nf ,he ppoplf ' an<1, Jurymen drawn fr " m thP ! >f ' op * p « high against ^ fore had no premeditation; that Kidd to draw revolvers; that he was armed for another purpose, being a strike-breaker at BlumcnthaTs; that he was extreme * POOL ROOMS UNDER FIRE •>. .«hteen year. !» pernUM to play nn such tables or t.. permit or allow an Y such tables. Imards or alleys to he u«®' 1 b V thp P ubllc the hour of " o'clock in the evening ..r before 71 o'clock In the morning ,.r to permit or allow the drinking of intoxicating liquors In any such room or in any n, om adjacent thereto over which he. th<> owner of tbe P 00 '- rol,ra ma V ba ve control, and it shall he the duty of th ® Persons, agents or officers t«. keep the «Indovvs of any room in which "uch table, board or alley may he operated, free and unobstructed ttmt an - v person from the outside may easily see within the r«vom. The penalty for the violation of this * aw * s H xp d b> a fine not exceeding *2°°« nnrt in default there.,f imprlann Continued From First Page. so m ent for a term« not exceeding six j rnonths. . „ . governor general of the newly annexed According to the police there are about 75 pool rooms in the city at the present time and each having from two to fourteen tables. Not only would a license on then^financially benefit the! city hut the adoption of regulations j would give the police Jurisdiction over such places. Game is Scheduled Here. Despite the fact that the St. Peters St. Elizabeth Catholic League game of Saturday, June 18, Is scheduled to be played on St. Elizabeth's grounds, Man ag««r Murphy of the St. Peter's team is under the Impression that the game Is to be played at New Castle. Man ager Haley, of the St. Elizabeth team, said today that hts team had already played St. Peter's at New Castle but that St. Peter's has not yet played St. Elizabeth's on the St. Elizabeth ground. Mr, Haley cannot understand why the St. Peter's manager thinks the game should be played al New Castle, particularly when the. schedule calls for the game here. ASSASSINS AIM BAD, THEN SHOOTS HISELF By United Press leased Special Wire. SARAYEVO. Province of Bosnia. 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Nlebis shares of the National Bank of Dela ware at 236 1-8. >n purchased eight Frederic Darlington purchased shares ten f the Equitable Guarantee and Trust Company at 230 1-2, and shares ten in tile Wilmington ijnd Brandy wine Bank at 88. Twenty shares in Abattoir sold for 54 to T. D. Smith, who took twenty shares of the Silver brook Cemetery Company, at 15. Lackey and Company chased 10,000 shares of the Wilming ton Trust Building Corporation 1"2 5-8. the Wilmington F, D. pur at BIG CROWD TO GREET TEDDY •>iitinupd From First Pago, rraft ami up to the landing plaoe. s expected that after t'olonel Roose velt has been "offlelaly welcomed" lie will uo to the home of his brother-in-law, r»onglass Robinson, luncheon with Senator IzOdge, Congress man I,ongworth and a number of personal friends. i It vhere he will have r SENSITIVE PEOPLE Will Find Our Modern Painless Methods a Priceless Boon Gentleness in the treatment of every case and respect for your feelings and nerves are a few of the features worthy of special mention In our practice of the dental profession. When you leave our office your nerves will be In the same condition as when you en tered It, and your' teeth, no matter how bad they may have been, will be In perfect condition. Our double suction teeth never slip or drop; $5 a set. You don't have to worfiy about the money. 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Only those who have attempted to solve the problem of succès in house furnishing, realize how infinite is the care and how thorough must he the training which will produce a successful result without apparent effort. <|f Beauty must everywhere he apparent, hut never at the expense of utility. The guiding star must he that well-worn axiom of the archi tect, "We mav decorate construction, hut we must never construct decoration." The decorator who achieves such an interior must he sure of his calling, and more than that, he must be as open to receive impressions from his client as he is to absorb the facts and formu las of his profession. Only in this way will the completed house express the individuality of the owner, and unless it does express that individual ity the owner might better dwell in a hotel. THE SINGLETON DECORATING AND FURNISHING CO., 203 West Ninth Street wm 419 Dr. Pierce & Cann * MarkctSt. Painless Extracting . Bliver Hllmgn . Crown and - Bridge Work White Filling . Gold Filling . Old Plates Repaired .... Closed Evenings Except Tuesdays and .2So .75o $4 and up 5'1 • .$1 and up 41 Saturdays. D. * A. Phone 2017. $S and up Wilmington Loan Company Room 2lS Ford Building Loams to Housekeepers Office Hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. S&turda».ys Until 9 p. m. Both Phones I 486 FOUR HURT IN DAY'S MISHAPS One Man Has Arm Torn From Socket in Powder Com pany Machine LINEMAN BREAKS LEG FALLING FROM POLE Four persons met with accidents yes terday resulting in injuries to all, one man having his arm torn off. He was Thomas Raine, aged 22 years, of Penn s Grove, an employe of the duPont Powder Company, at Carney's Point. His arm was caught in a machine and the mem ber was torn from the shoulder. The man was brought to the Delaware Hos pital. He was resting easy to-day. Elmer Reed, of No. 1814 Ciaymont street, a lineman, fell from a pole at Shellpot Park yesterday and sustained a broken leg. He was also knocked un conscious. The Phoenix ambulance re moved the patient to the Physicians' and Surgeons' Hospital. Haymond Michael, aged IT years, of No. 1804 Pine street, had his hand caught In a machine at the plant of the Electric and Rubber Company and It was necessary for Homeopathic Hospital sur geons t An Italian at the same plant, had hts hand caught In a machine, but manged to get it out before it was badly in jured. Hm mputate one of his fingers. NOON WEDDING AT IMMANUEL Continued From First Pag«'. by }4olland, of Philadelphia. The bridal party and a few intimate friends were served in a tent erected upon the lawn. The brlile received many beautiful and valuable gifts, among them being a sapphire circlet from the groom, which she worse during the cere mony and reception. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bancroft entertained at dinner yesterday in honor of the bridal party, and last evening Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sel lers an Miss Anna Seller sentertalned the bridal party at dinner at Clifton, their country home, near Edge Moor.