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FOR SALE
Make an Offer

1325 West Third Street
218 West Nineteenth St.
(New)
305 Monroe Street
1008 West Second Street
1511 Maple Street (New')
827 West Second Street
110 Van Buren Street
506 East Fifth Street
5 South Broome Street
• 518 West Eighth Street
514 Harrison Street
John J . Monaghan ,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
4 West Seventh St.
National Real Estate
Trust Company
Make an «Her on the following properties:
O-Roozn Modem Home
1 12 square* from Oool Spring Park.
(New batb room). All in good shape.
0-Booro House and Bath
Near Seventh and Broome streets
Thoroughly modern. House can be m
ranged for flats without additional eir
pense No reasonable oiler refused.
Building Lot
60x100, at Montrose. Pull view of the
Delaware river. Price, $340. (Worth
$600.) The best locatioa on this pro
perty
TOB BENT
607 duPont street. 7 rooms, bath, heater
166 West Twenty seventh Btreet, 7
rooms, bath, porch, heater.
218 Weal Thirtieth street. New square
bouse, 7 rooms, bath, porch, heater.
Wide lot.
217 West Thirtieth street, corner Wash
ington. New square house 7 rooms,
bath, porch, beater, wide lot
221 West Seventh at roof. 7 rooms,
bath and steam heat.
National Real Estate Trust Co
ße» M 8 Money, Ooneritl M«na*»r.
102S Mirk« Street.
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For Sato, Five Up-to dale Homes
27lh Street Between Market and Talnall Streets.
that cannot be excelled anywhere in the city for the same
money. They are built on the square plan, containing 8 rooms
and bath, with gas and electric light. Novelty, heater, cement
cellar and sidewalks, and nice, wide, cool porches front and back
Are now open for inspection. Convenient to either line of street
cars.
Stafford Real Estate Company,
Eighth and
Shipley Sis.
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EAST OPPORTUNITY FOR THIS OFFER
BEU.EMOOR SUBURBAN HOME SITES
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SPECIAL FOR THE FIRST 100 LOTS
WE WILL GIVE YOU
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FREE-A $1,400 AUTOMOBILE-FREE
DON T FAIL TO GET IN ON THIS GREAT OFFER
NOW IS THE TIME TO START-$3.00 WILL DO IT
PAY THE BALANCE IN EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Representative on ground all day today and Sunday. Cement Walks, Electric Lights, Free
Water. Everybody welcome.
D. & A. Phone
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Office, 502 Shipley St.
Delm. Phone
1773
J. MILTON MADDOX. Manager
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Half Million Dollars This
Week In Building Permits
Permits issued In- Building Insper- ,
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will cost about $400,000. Foundations
are being made now for the addition,
which will be constructed by the
Manufacturers' Contracting Company,
This operation is the largest started
since the erection of the present por
tion of the duPont Building.
Another important permit was for j
the erection of the new Westminster 1
Presbyterian Church at the northeast |
corner of Pennsylvania avenue and
Rodney street. The church will cost
$58,000 and will be one of the hand
somest structures of Its kind in the
city. William D. Haddock and Com
tor
Many Orders for Motor Cycle s.
Mlnnlck, the motor cycle "'deale'',
of No. 605 Delaware avenue, reports
orders and Increased trade.
many
FOR RENT
One Nice Apartment
In "The Rlvervlpw
Colonial,'' at River
view Heights Eight,
rooms, bath and
porch, modern In
every detail. Sur
rounded by beauti
ful shade trees,
large grounds, city
conveniences with
country enjoyments.
Trolley
house every ten
minutes. Open every
day for Inspection.
PM»$i
Apply
No. 915 Market Street
panv are lb* eentrari'ir? William D
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stories high and will be 20x117 feet
it win eost (M.S40.
An addition and alterations by the I
same firm lo the building at the north
east corner of Delaware avenue and '
Rodney street will cost $1,647. This
firm will also hulld an addition to the
house at the southwest corner of Elev
enth and Madison streets at a cost of
$430.
Fourteen hundred and seventy-five
dollars will be the cost of an addition
to the store at the northeast corner of
Seventh and Poplar streets for Charles
S. Hurlock by Harry S. Hurlock.
HUDSON CARS KNOWN
THE WORLD OVER
DETROIT. July 30—The Hudson
Motor Car Company has covered many
quarters of the globe recently by re
appointing agents In Canada. Havana,
Cuba, and establishing new agencies
in Cairo, Egypt, the British West.
Indies and South American.
B. S. Wilson of Montreal visited the
j Hudson factory hereand signed a con
j tract for the ensuing year by which
1 he purchased 100 cars, twenty of them
I being for immediate delivery. The
! Hudson has secured a firm hold on
; the affections of Canadian motorists,
and the "triangle on the ' radiator" Is
plainly discernable all over the do
minion.
I J M. Duenas, who sold the Hudson
1 last year In Cuba, yas also a caller
j at the Hudson plant and signed up
I for another year's business handling
1 the Hudson on the island. He re
I ported even better prospects for 1911
I than the 1910 business, which was
exceptionally good
A Hudson touring car has Just been
shipped to Carlo, Egypt, and several
more have been contracted for by the
agents for the Hudson In that ancient
city.
By special arrangement a travel
ing salesman from the Hudson Com
pany will spend the coming year In
British West Indies and South Amer
ica, with special attention being given
to Argentine.
Much Repair Business.
Roger Pancoast, of No. 1216 Jeffer
son street, has several cars In stor
age at bis garage, and is doing an
Important repair business.
Selling Many Cars.
E. C. Fisher, of the J. R. Richard
son garage. Eleventh and West streets,
sold three Mitchell and four Reo cars
this week.
TRANSFERS OF
PROPERTIES
Clty * mTis SI,0W Many More
Homes in Possessio "
of Maui flu/nprc
U1 UW,,Cri
KING STRFFT PRflPFRTY
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SOLD BY MR. GOVATOS
The following transfers of real
estate were recorded since Wednesday |
of this week at the office of City Reg
Istry Clerk Toner: I
Margaret A Cheers to Harry F. Mel- i
Ion, west side of Poplar street. 144
feet south of Third street, $1,200
Margaret A. Daley, et a!., to Peter
.1, Ford, northwest corner of Fifth P
street and Grant avenue, $5.
Margaret Bond to William H Lingo,
northwest corner of Sixteenth street
and Woodlawn avenue $256^ |
Henry Leone and wife to Salvatore
Verderam. west side of Lincoln street,
70 feet north of Seventh street, $208.
LeRoy Harvey and wife to Arthur
W -. Sp, " änM ' No - Broome street
The same property by Arthur W.
Spruance and wife to Renee dePelle
port duPont Harvey. $1.
Woodlawn Company to Walter Pyle,
south side of Delaware avenue, 119 |
fe t. t u.T.T ,, A 0 L Gre * nh ® v ®uutt* *? J 50 -:
hJth V 1 'leftJrU y eaHt a s?de of Windsor
beth \ Jefferls, east side of Windsor
Si r Knn 85 fe6t DOrth ° f L Bhth Btreet '
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North Side împrovement Company
O^hn* Rm;i?vard rt 2M° feet f north !
TwInHeR, •freet d *2'7 3 no * * * * !
Inhrr.nv.tM' et ns to Nickoles i
lohn Govatos, et , us., to Nicit oies
Jones, southwest corner of Fourth and
pfandr P Duran to James A Du- i
r ram is r. uugan t j
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gan, northeast corner of A and Town
send streets, $2,400.
Helana Helena to Januar Azzato,
back lot, 100 feet south of Eighth
street, 112 feet west of Lincoln street,
$160.
Francis P. Dugan to James A. Du
gan, northeast corner of A and Town
send streets, $2,400.
Helana Helena to Januar Azzato,
hack lot. 100 feet south <)f Eighth
street, 112 feet west of Lincoln street.
1911 MAXWELLS
SHOW MORE STYLE
Torpedo Bodies With Straight
Line Effects Make
Pretty Carr
HIGH MECHANICAL
QUALITY IS SHOWN
Torpedo bodies with straight line
effects in five-passenger, four-passen
ger and two-passenger cars, ranging
in price from $1,100 to $1,600, two
passenger runabout from $600 to $900,
touring cars ranging in price from
$1,100 to $1,575, all equipped with
magneto Is, in brief, the 1911 line of
Maxwell cars.
President and General Manager J.
on the already perfected j
The $600 two-pas
senger runabout is equipped with a
two cylinder 14 horse power motor
and the bodies are painted dark blue,
with cream wheels
Model Q-ll two-passenger runabout
at $900 has a four-cylinder 22 horse
I power motor and this type of car will
be furnished with either rumble o"
surrey seat. Options of either light
blue or dark blue with cream wheels
ar*> offered
The $1,000 four-passeger touring
will havenstalled a four-cylinder
22 horse power motor, with options
of light blue or dark blue, with cream
wheels.
One of the leaders which will ap
peal to buyers of medium priced ears
the new Model I four-passenger
i touring car equipped with fore doors
and selling at $1,100. The motor has
four cylinders, 4x4 Inches, developing
5 horse power and the bodies will be
painted dark blue, with cream wheels.
Model E-ll five-passenger touring
which sells at $1,100. has a fouv
D. Maxwell, of the Maxwell-Brlscoe
Motor Company, one of the affiliated
concerns of the United States Motor
Company, has given much time to the
1911 body designs, which will be
mounted
Maxwell chassis.
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cylinder 4 1-4x4 1-4 motor, developing
30 horse power This car will be
painted dark blue with cream wheels.
The four-passenger detachable ton
touring car known as Model
Q-ll, la built wltTi racy and straight
lines which will make it a favorite
with buyers.
$1,575 and the motor Is the same as
used In the Model E-ll. Options of
red or dark blue are given in body
colorings
Models E-A and G-A touring oars
and G-A roadster, which sell at $1,600
each, are equipped with a four-cylin
der 4 1-4x4 1-4 motor, developing 30
horse power, and these three types of
cars are equipped wilh torpedo bodies
which should suit the most discrim
inating motor car purchasers.
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This car Is listed it
>ew Speaking Device.
The 1911 enclosed Pierce-Arrow
cars will be equipped with a new
speaking device called an Aurlsto
phone, which is in reality a very sen
sitive, "one way" telephone. The
transmitter Is found In a little pocket
on the right side of the car above the
arm rest. The receiver is fastened to
the megaphone on the inside of the
car and Is easily detached in case
of trouble. The electric current Is de
rived from the light battery under
the rear seat.
Git tha Original and Utnuins
H0HÜGK
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HALTED mu*
Tha Food'drink for AiS Aga.
'or Infanb, Invalitlt.endGTOving cjiijti
oreNutr&on, up building the whole lx
. viaogate* the nurgmg mother and the ago;'
' ich milk, malted grain , in powder fom
quick htscb prepared In a minute.
k<j no substitut«. AtktarHORLICK'S.
» No Comlf'Lff* nr Trust
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NEW MODELS IN
PIERCE-ARROWS
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c,mpany Now Rushes To
Turn #ul Sixty - Six Horse -
DflU/PP fare
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SMALLER MODELS
THE NEXT PRODUCT
With a scarcely noticeable ceesa
don in its manufacturing routine the j
Plerce . Arrou . Motor Car Company, of !
nf 1fnn
Buffalo, finished Its shipments of l it
cars In .Tune and began the turning ,
out 0 f n a nPW models. Following Its i
.. . . , thp p )erce . A rrow I
P oHc > of la f year . " ® T I
Company will manufacture six-cylln- ,
der cars only. Slxty-slx horsepower
rarB have been given precedence In ;
(hp ordpr of manufa cture of the var- i p
thpap j
tous models and a number of these 1
are already In the hands of owners,
and 36-horsepower models will 1
larger cars in their course
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through the factory
On the large Plerce-Arrow model
previous to the one now being manu
{acturpd glx different bodies were
mounted On the new model there are
eight. The styles and their seating
ac „ arp . Runabout. 3; ralnla
ture tonneau. 4; protected touring, 6:
close counled 5- touring car, 7; sub
urban 7 ; P x an 'daii. 7; touring landau. I
7 Thp closP P0U P ,ed car is a com-j
paratlve new comer in the Pierce
Arrow flp,d fo,d whlle the Protected
, an d touring landau are
^ ■ e flr8t modp , 0 f thp , atter
having been shown at Madison Square
Garden In January. The protected
touring car Is one with flush doors
both front and rear. The wheelbase
is comparatively for the power of the
car and in effect is a modified type 1
of the so-called "gunboat" car which
has sprung into popularity abroad.
Mechanical refinements have been
many. Those on the "motor, which has
a bore of 5 1-8 inches and a stroke of
5 1-2, are principally steps toward
absolute nolslessness while those of
the transmission aid In the quality of |
facilitating gear changes at very low
speeds. A trend of the times is shown
in the clearance from the running
boards of accessories. On one side of
the car only the spare tires are to
he seen and on the other the battery
box which has been enlarged suffi
ciently to carry small supplies.
The standard equipment of its cars
by the Plerce-Arrow Company has
always been regarded as remarkably
complete but for the new' models it
will be even more comprehensive than
before. Cape tops and glass fronts are
provided on all models and a partial
list of the other stock equipment in
cludes a power driven pump for tires,
shock absorbers, two Pierce-Arrow
designed head lamps, electric or oil
side and rear lamps and electric
lamp fo r illuminating the number,
Prest-O-Lite tank carried in a special
compartment, a gasoline priming
pump and fuel gauge on the dash
and a luggage rack in rear.
AUTOMOBILE NOTES
Delaware and Maryland have es
tabllshed reciprocal relations for their
automobil lata, which already exist be
tween Delaware and Pennsylvania,
making if possible for a Delaware
automobile to go to either Philadel
phia or Baltimore with only a license
j from his own State.
If a charged accumulator is to be
put by for any period up to six
months, it should be charged to its
utmost capacity, the terminals should
be wiped perfectly dry and greased
and the accumulator then «tored in
a dark, dry place free from dust. At
the end of six months it will be found
that very little of the charge will
have been lost.
A hill should be taken In such a
way that the car is under control at
all times
work without warning, and the usual
cause of their doing so is their be
ing called upon to check a car sud
denly when It Is getting beyond con
trol.
can check the speed by using his
engine as a brake.
Brakes do not fail to
Even then the expert driver
Buffalo, N. Y.. evangelists have been
using an automobile all this week,
both as a means of transportation and
as a pulpit, from which to deliver
addresses to large numbers of factory
workers during the noon hour,
clergymen say that, through the us»
of the mcahlne, they have been able
to deliver four times as many ad
dresses as formerly,
will continue for the next three weeks.
The
The campaign
According to a decision handed down
in the Court of Cassation, Paris,
France, if is no crime in that country
for automobiliste to use false identi
fication numbers. M Rene Vincent
was convicted of appropriating the
registration marks of Countess Duces,
and was sentenced to two months'
imprisonment and to pay $20 damages
to the Countess. He appealed, se
cured a reversal of Judgment, and the
court ordered the decision published
five times in the Paris newspapers.
A rule to which there ' should be
no objection is "Never start the en
gine when the car Is standing over
gasoline. Frequently, when filling
the gasoline tank, some of the fuel
finds Its way to the ground, either
from overfilling or because of care
lessness in pouring into the filler hole
or funnel. To start the engine over
this overflow is to invite serious
trouble, for It is often that sparks are
discharged from the muffler when the
engine races.
In turning corners the car's natural
inclination i sto go in a straight line,
and if the speed Is great it is im
possible to make a sharp turn. Every
driver knows this, andknows also that
a sharp turn must be taken slowly.
To attempt to go round at speed Is,
therefore, a confession of ignorance
or of recklessness. In short, a car
should be under control always; if
It Is. no fear of accident need be en
tertained. and even at night and on
strange roads touring is safe, for the
lamps of to-day make the way clear
and distinct.
Dr. Wilson Dead in B est.
Dr. Henry Robert Wilson, who
was for several years, a resident of
Wilmington, died on March 27 in a
sanatorium near Santa Barbara, Cali
fornia He was a native of England,
and was once a clergyman. He was
jnarrled in. this city. He leaves a
Vtfe and twp children
MORE CARS FOR
MUNSEY RUN
Many Wel1 Known Makes Wil11
Start in Tour Beginning
Anriiicf Ç
AUgUSl 3
PICK FERGUSON
TO REFEREE TOUR
latest additions to the entry list of
,hP Munsey Historic Tour Include two
Maxwells, entered by the United Slates
Cômpany. a Staver-Chlcago. on
tered by the Staver Carriage Co., of
Chicago, and a Stoddard Dayton, the
entrant being Leo H Shaab, a Bal
tlmore dealer. It Is practically cer-1
taJn that 8evpn other well-known
makes of cars will be entered be
fore August 5. assurances to that
p ff pp t having been received at tour
headquarters. In number of makes
lhp numopr of „ ntrtes exceeds l>st
year's The complete entry list to
date contains a Premier, Columbia,
Maxwell, two Washingtons. Reading,
Ford. Elmore. Warren-Detrolt, Cor
bln, Spoerer. two Brush runabouts,
Regal> pierce-Raclne, Krlt, Enger,
Great Western. Clno, Ohio, two Max
wells, a Staver and Stoddari-Dayton.
The referee of the tour will be E.
L. Ferguson, one of the best known
men in motoring circles In this coun-.
try He has been managing auto-j
mobile contests from the':- Inception
In this country. He Is vice-president!
and general manager of the Motor.
Contest Association, and previous to
that he was secretary Of the contest;
board of the American Automobile
Association. ln which capacity he did
splendid work. Mr. Ferguson is es
peclally well versed In rules govern
Ing reliability contests and has the
full confidence of all who know him.
flOODRIGH T1RFS
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Tour and Chicago Trophy Divisions
of the annual outing of the American
WASHINGTON. D C„ July 30.—The
STAND UP WELL
The B. Goodrich Company, Arkon,
Ohio, victors in both the Glidden
Automobile Association, has been
quite naturally delighted with a num
ber of telegrams from the seventeen
drivers, who used Goodrich tires on
the Glidden Tour.
Among the many testimonials re
ceived from these drivers that of Joe
Matson Is strong. Mr. Matson wired :
"Consider almost any days run on the
Glidden Tour a more severe tire test,
than any race I have ever driven. My
Chalmers car withdrawn as Glidden
entrant to become pilot,
greatly Influenced by excellent service
on Goodrich tires."
H. L. Bill, contest manager, Chal
mers Motor Company, wired; "Service
given by Goodrich tires Justified my
selection of them for equipment on
all Chalmers contesting cars,
road conditions encountered were
worse than anything experienced in
and previous Endurance Contest, and
now Goodrich tires stand higher than
ever In my estimation."
Choice
The
Death of Mrs. Laeklen.
The de. 'ifh of Mrs Annanella I,nek
len, widow of George G. Laeklen. oc
curred yesterday. The funeral will
take place from the home. No. 820
North Harrison street, on Monday aft
©moon at 2 o'clock
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1— That Regal "30" is built throughout from
superior material by skilled mechanics.
2— That Regal "30" is the smoothest running,
easiest riding car in the medium price
high class car list.
3— That Regal "30" is mechanically perfect,
a finished product in every detail.
4— That Regal "30" is a beautiful traveler on
rough roads and an exceptional hill
climber.
5— That the thousands of Regals running
in every section of America are giving
their owners the greatest satisfaction.
6— That no car of its size can be run at so
low cost of upkeep.
7 — That its beauty of design, ease of road
ability and its absolutely dependable
power plant make it the ideal car for
all purposes.
8— That Regal "30" is the greatest automo
bile value in America.
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That Regal ''JO' Has Stood
the Test
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Regal *30" Built for Service
Call or write us for catalog or demonstration.
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uaLLUwn njvLixjiuii
the faint rings fhaf show where
a spot has been taken out of a
garment by some cleaning pro.
ress. You won't see these rings
after the garment has been
cleaned by onr Re->u-It sys
tem. There are no faint rings
to give yon away. There Is a
lot of satisfaction in wearing
an old suit or dress that you
were about ready to throw
away.
know and feel that It look« like
Especially when you
new.
Re-Nu-It Does It.
Use D. & A. phone, and we
will have the wagon call
promptly for your work.
R E-NU-IT
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Wilmington
Steam Dye Works
206 West Fourth St.
TONIGHT AT SHELLPOT
This evening Shellpot Park will
have another balloon ascension and
this time it will be made by a young
There will be a number of
woman.
novel and interestin features.
The Mountain Spring Rifles, of Eph
rata, Pa., which arrived here last
night, will remain here ten days. The
men wear the regulation array uni
forms and are accompanied by their
own band,
band will give concerts afternoon and
evening in addition to the other park
attractions.
To-morrow afternoon and evening
Henry and Young Military Band will
give its usual free concerts and there
will be sacred concerts in the Family
Theatre.
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KILLS FLEAS
Sure death to every flea on your
suffering dog, with one appli
cation of Fleabane (made by
Fell). Nothing else, on the mar
ket like it. No soap required.
Cleans the dog and kills the
fleas. 25c bottle.
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Opposite Postoffice. Also Fell's Pet
I Store at Fourth and Shipley Sts.

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