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PIRATES HIT THE
OLD TIME STRIDE
"The Pirates have hit their
Is the glad slogen In the smoky city
to-giay, and the faithful fans who stuck
to the world's championship In their
days ofdidversity arc almdht praying
that the run of victories of Fred
Clarke's men will continue until they
are close enough to the Cubs to make
It a real race for the National League
pennant.
The pennant winners of the National
League and the men who humbled the
Tigers In the world's championship
series "got away to a bail break" In
the big league race. The pitchers
Pyle & Cronin's
Mail Rag Shoes at $j.QO for
Men who do things will out
wear two pairs of any $3.00
shoes sold in this city.
Men's New Shop,
619 Market St.
j
Do You Want a Boat?
-, - . . , , ... , . ,,
Inf CrUISing L3Uncn Virginia, j
38 ft. Long, 32 H. P. Cylinder
o l t c • e Jit,
Kocnester engine, Speed 1H
miles. Apply at once.
If so, Here's a Bargain
ENOCH MOORE, Jr.
Sefrelary Wllmlnflton Yaihi Clob,
No. 507 TATNALL STREET.
Old Special
Reserve
1
A Pure Rye I
Whiskey for the 1
Use nf Invalids
use or invalids
and Lonnois
seurs Recom
mended by the j
Medical Pro
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tyssion when
ever a Pure
Alcoholic Stim
alant is Re
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H ulrea
Rockford Rye
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Per Case, $15
Per Bot. $1.50
^SpecialReser^ ^ your
Dealer for it
Prompt atten
tion given
express orders
ÄfttK FORD RYE
^RE Rye Whiski
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207-209
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Wllmlgton, Del.
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$1.00!
Market
KODAKS
E-verywhere invite you to join the fun.
fun, and the best of it is that you have something to pre
serve after it is all ever.
It's wholesome
A Kodak or a Brownie
needs no pracficc to give good pictures
Prices From $1 up to $75
Those who are started will find fresh films, etc., and a
high grade of developing and printing at low prices at
828
F rost Bros
•f Market St.
AUGUST REDUCTION SALE
.50
Cluett $2.00 Shirts,
$1.50 Shirts, $1.15. $1.00 Bells, 75c. 7$c Bells 50c.
$1.00 Neckwear, 75c.
50c Neckwear, 3 for $1.00.
835 MARKET STREET
CHAS. L. D0UCHTEN
THE MEN'S SHOP
could not win and the batters could
not get safe hits There were rumors
that the players were angry because
Owner Dreyfuss had not paid the bo
nuses promised for defeating Detroit.
Of late, however, the Pirates have
"hit their stride" and they are closing
up fast on the Cubs. Though outhlt
yesterday by the Reds, they won 7 to
3. The Prîtes are now only six full
games—.OUR points—behind the Cubs.
(While this is a tremendous disadvan
tage. Clarke's mfti are going good and
the fans believe they can overcome It.
_
SUNDAY ENGAGEMENTS
OF ANTI-SALOON WORKERS
John M. Ariers, superintendent of
the Anti-Saloon League, will speak
to-morrow morning In Red Lion M. E.
Church; In the afternoon at Glasgow
M. E. In
Port Penn M. E. Church. Assistant
Superintendent, Leonard White, will
spend to-morrow near Pocomoke City,
Maryland, speaking In the churches
of Pocomoke Methodist Episcopal Cir
cuit. Caleb E. Burchenal will be the
speaker to-morrow morning and af
ternoon In the churches of Mt. Pleas
ant M. E. charge, near Laurel. Dela
ware, and to-morrow evening will oc
cupy the pulpit of the Methodist
Protestant Church In Laurel.
NEW FORM OF
MONEY ORDER SOON
Postal money orders of new design
will be distributed to postmasters
The new form will contain four
parts—the order, another part for the
paying office, a third as receipt for
the payer of the order, and a fourth
part for the Issuing office.
The adoption of the new form was
made on recommendation of a com
mittee of officials of the department
that was directed to simplify the
present method of Issuing and paying
p™* 1 mone y ° rdPra , * , „
The new series makes the letters of
advice now employed unnecessary,
and they will be withdrawn from do
mestic use, though they will be em
ployed with money orders for foreign
countries.
INCREASE IN DUPONT
f COMPANY RECEIPTS
The duPont Powder Company has
Issued a statement of business for
the six months ending June 30.
The gross receipts of the company
during the first six months of 1910.
were $16.995,471.38, while the net earn
ings for the same period were $3.
013, 156.89. During the last six
months of the previous year the gross
receipts were $14,804.490.97, while the
net earnings were $2,887,699.10. The
in ' reuse during the past six months
was $1.190.980 41. while for the pre
cedlng six months the increase was
$176.657.79, Which shows that the com
pany has made a big increase over
that ot the previous period of the
sa "? p lpn « th .
The percentage earned on common
stock during the past six months was
7.47, an increase of 1.71 per cent. The
percentage on common stock équiv
aient to annual rate of 15.48 and an
increase of 3.42 per cent. The net
earnings equal to the annual Income
gross Investment of 7.81 per cent.,
which is a decrease of .01 per cent
SABAH BERNHART A
GREAT GRANDMOTHER
By United Press Leased Special Wire.
PARIS, July 30.—A London specal
to the Morning Telegraph declares
Sarah Bern hart, the actress, becàme a
great-grandmother yesterday when
Mrs. Gross, daughter of Madame Bern
hart's son Maurice, gave birth to a
daughter. Madame Bernhart is 66
years old and is due to appear In
America soon» Her only child Is
son, Maurice, whode daughter married
Leo Gross.
T
PIERCE DOWNS
1525 SMALL PINS
Beat Out Tremont Bowlers in
League Match With 69
Pins to Spare
On the Peirce alleys last night
the Peirce duck pin team beat Tre
mont two out of three games with a
total of 69 pins. Scores:
PEIRCE
94 114 110—318
81 89 116—286
Noisy . 98 119 94—311
Duck
Foxy
Total. 472 516
TREMONT.
.96 99
..104 95
537 1526
Bill
83—278
97— 296
Patt.
.. ..81 116
.94 108
.... 107 94
98— 296
SO 'JIM
96—396
Shoo ....
Mike ....
Ben .... ,
Totala.412
The next game will be
Alignât 2 between K. G. E. and Tre
mont.
rolled 1 *on
612
ONE FINED ON
ASSAULT CHARGE
Three Other Suspects Deny
Peltlllß Man and They
® *
Qgf Off
George Proud. John Mahoney, Fred
erick Burlck and James F. Dougherty
were arraigned In City Court this
morning on the charge of assaulting
John Rollins at the Columbus Inn,
Wôodlaw nand Pennsylvania avenues,
on Wednesday night, but all were dis
missed except Proud, who was fined
$3 and costs. Patrolman Sherwln
and Bowman testified that Proud had
admitted striking Rollins, although
Proud denied this this morning.
Sadie and Samuel Goldstein, charg
ed with assaulting Sarah Cohen, were
dismissed owing to lack of evidence.
Joseph Young, colored, was dis
missed without a hearing upon re
quest of City Solicitor Brady, who
said there was no evidence against
him.
DEMOCRATS NAME
THEIR DELEGATES
The Democrats of Brandywine hun-^
di ed are the first tq name delegates
to the Democratic State Convention.
A meeting was held at Thomas Matin's
store last night and delegates and
alternates were elected. They follow:
Southern district—eDlegate. Howell
S. England; alternate, Thomas Dea
kyne.
Eastern district—Delegates. Newton
L. Grubb and George L. Cloud; alter
nates, William S. Bird and Jacob K.
Hamby.
Northern district—Delegates. James
Reynolds and William L. Barlow; al
ternates, Ira E. Sharpley and William
E. Husbands.
Charles D. Bird presided at the
meeting and Mr. England was secre
tary. A hundred committee number
ing fifteen members was organized
with power to elect additional mem
bers from the school districts of the
hundred. This committee elected the
following officers: William S. Bird.
Chairman; Howell S. England, secre
tary, and Robert Orr. treasurer.
OUTING FOR MORE
NEEDY FAMILIES
The Country Week Committee of the
Associated Charities took nine chil
dren to a farm near Avondale. Chester
county, on Thursday. Those In charge
of these visitors returned with a party
of twelve, mothers and children, some
of whom had been given an extra out
ing of two weeks. The Associated
Charities desires further contributions
for this work.
ACCIDENTS OF A DAY
Several patients w'ere treated yes
terday afternoon at the Delaware Hos
pital for various Ills.
Alvin S. Stone, aged 24 years, of No.
612 West street, employed by the Mal
leable Iron Company, had bis eyelid
badly cut.
William Young, aged 30 years, of
No. 308 East Tenth street, was treated
for bleeding gums.
C. F. Hasstnan .of No. 309 West
street, aged 62 gears, who works for
the Pusey and Jones Company, was
treated tor a slight contusion.
Jacob Cooper, aged 49 years, of No.
231 Orange street, was treated (or
verlcose ulcer.
DEATH TAKES
RECTOR'S MOTHER
The Rev. F. M. Kirkus, pastor ol
Trinity Episcopal chirch, has received
news of the death of his mother, Mrs.
Harriet Klrkus.wldow of the late Rev.
Wllllanr Kirkus. for the past several
lh« deceased has made her
home In Brooklyn, N. Y.. and although
80 years of age, she had complained
for Only a few days previous to her
death. Arrangements for the funeral
have not been made, but It Is expected
thatmany of her friends In this city
will review the remains.
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CITY HORSES IN
MATINEE EVENT
The usual weekly matinee racing
will be given at Horse Show Park
this afternoon weather permitting.
The card is an unusually good one and
i fast time is expected In all the events,
j Racing at the park this season has
I proven the best In years.
Would Not Reopen Case,
i An effort was made by L. Irving
Handy, counsel for Guy C. Hassell,
I yesterday to have the latter's case
j heard by Magistrate Oluckipan, re
opened, on the ground that he had
j additional testifony to offer. The mag
j ihtrate. however, declined to re-open
the case and said he bad already sent
the papers In the case to the upper
court. Hassell, who is an Insurance
writer, was held in $200 ball on the
charge of pointing a pistol at John E.
Beihard.
GRIDIRON GAME
"SAFE AND SANE
New Rules Will Result in
this, Declares Expert
Walter Camp
WILL BE WORK FOR
OFFICIALS, HOWEVER
Walter Camp, Yale's football mentor,
and one of the leading authorities on
college football In the country, who
la In Chicago, says that although the
changes In the rules which were made
by the committee last spring do not
wholly meet with his approval, he
believes that this year's game will
be safer and more Interesting
"I think we ought to have a great
Kam * ,hl8 fa "*" ( '» n 'P said the
coachea and players are quick to
grasp the possibilities. Of course,
»her are a number of technicalities
In the rules which are going to make
th" work of the officials mighty hard.
One of the hardest kind of tasks for
the officials Is to determine when one
player la pushing another. When the
playera are massed It will be hard
to designate the man who la pushing
or pulling another.
"In this connection It might be
slated that one of the hardest
problems for coaches to solve Is to
stop the players from pushing or pull
ing. Before this season the words
puil and push were heard more than
anw others In practice, and the play
ers have been coached ao much In
this that it will be a task to stop
them.
"No one can tell Just how the rules
are going to work. They look all
right on paper, but it always Is the
practical experiment that brings re
sults. 1 would like to see a set of
rules adopted that will stand, as this
constant changing la Jiurting
game. As a member of the rules
committee, I can say that that body
has worked for a simplification of the
rules, but I firmly believe instead of
making It simpler It will prove to be
more complicated than ever. Of
course, this la only my opinion, but I
hope the rules work for the satis
faction of al.T
Camp said it was a bard fight to
agree on many of the points which
have been adopted, as each member
the
of the committee had certain sugges
tions which he wanted converted into
a rule. As a result several com
promises hadfio be made.
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10-DAY'S BASEBALL SCHEDULES.
New Castle ronnly League.
Games called at 3.16 o'clock.
Brookwood vs. duPont. at Front and
Union streets.
Wilmington Gas Co. vs. Rlverview,
at Rlverview.
i
Semi-Professional League.
Peerless vs. Hadison. at Newport.
Landlith vs. Highland, at Landllth.
Tremont vs Newport, at Rockford.
. Catholic League.
St. Hedwlg's vs, St. Elizabeth's, at
St. Elizabeth's.
St. Mary's vs. St. Paul's, at St. Paul's.
All-Wilmington Leagne.
Ashley vs. Oriole, at Ashley
Parkslde vs. Highland, at Parkslde
Rockford vs. Merwlck. at Rockford.
Hillside vs. Penn, at HUIstde.
Brandywine
Springs Park
The Place That Gels the Crowds
Two Days, July 29-30
MONSTER
CELEBRATION
of
Railroad
Trainmen
Speeches hy Prominent Men.
Sparts and Other Amusements.
The Piralcs
ot Penzance
by
The Aeolian
Opera Co.
Excursions From Varions
Points. Entertainment For All.
Sperlal Car Service for the
Rig Occasion.
TAKE PEOPLE'S RAILWAY
GREEN CARS.
Attend the Greatest Celebra
tion Ever Held In a Local Park
Sunday Afternoon and Night
Concert by the
Aeolian Opera Co.
Admission to Concert Free.
SEVEN HEATS
TO GET WINNERS
Blackbird Beats Out Joe
Boy, Elmwood and Sox
at Salem
BEST RACING EVER,
OUR HORSEMEN SAY*
SALEM, N. J . July 30.—The clos
ing day's program of the Salem
Driving Club's midsummer race meet
ing furnished the best sport of the
week. The 2 10 class pace developed
Into a seven-heat battle, and was the
fastest seven-heat race ever decided
In New Jersey. Two heats equaled
the track record of 2.11 1-4. and also
the horses' records
Joe Boy won the first and second
heats, after which he apparently tired.
Blackbird, Elmwood and Socks, then
won heata In turn. In driving finishes
to the wire. Blackbird proved to have
the staying quality and put the sixth
and seventh heats to hla credit, with
Socks forcing the going.
Nettle Brooke won the 2.18 class
trot In straight heats, scoring a re
cord of 2 16 1-4 In the final heat.
Peacock, the driver of Bohemia Girl,
was fined 120 for not driving to win.
Sally Lunn cast a shoe in scoring
In the opening heat and had to be
drawn.
Susie Emma made her first start
In the 2.24 class pace, winning the
opening heat, after which «he lost
the race to Grenadier, who also scor
ed a new mark.
During the afternoon Joe Serrlll
drove A. B Coxe's 3-ycar-old black
mare Miss Palmeteer, by Baronmore.
dam Marble, by King Clay, a mile to
beat 2.30 1-4 on a trot and the filly
won. stepping the mile In 2 28. She
Is a full sister to Ed. Custer, 2.11 1-4,
and Bertha C.. 2.10 1-4.
Morris Strosnlder asked to have
Raybetta J. drawn from the 2.10 mixed
because of n big knee, but an ex
amination by a veterinarian failed to
reveal a blemish and he was ordered
to start, hut delayed the s orlng so
that the field was sent off without
him.
2.24 clasa, pace, best three In five
heats; pure, $300.
Grenadier, ch g by Baron
Glenwood, J. V. Kavanaugb,
Harrison burg Va. (Mltch
ell)
4 111
Susie Emma. b. m., by Ava
lanche, Harry W, Davis.
Camden, (Davis) . 1 3 3 2
Honey Boy, b. g . J. O. Par
ker. Shrewsbury. N. J.
(Swan) .
The Kid, b. m., George T.
Satterfield, Townsend, Del.
(Satterfield).
Frank Plummer, gr g. Hunt
Brothers, Newark. N. J.,
(McBride) .
Frolic, b. g C. P. Dobbs.
Mount Holly (Dohle) .... 6 7 6 ro
Tommy Wood, s g.. Frank W.
Bitting, Reading (Bitting) 7 6 7 ro
Ellen Fox. blk g N. T. Rob
inson. Deertown, N. J. (Fin
nigen (
2 2 2 3
3 4 4 4
6 6 6 ro
'Us
f,
Time. 2.20 1-4, 2 17 1-4. 2.17 1-2.
2.17 1-4
2.18 class trot, best three tn five
heats; pure, $300.
Nettle Brook, b. m. by Silent
Brook, John Little, Baltimore
(Little) .
Bohemia Girl, b. m. Biggs &
Peacock. Middletown, Del.
( Peacock) .
William K., b g W R Steele.
Richmond. Va. (Steele).
Gene Direct, b g. Albert Short,
Merchantvllle (Davis) .
Sadie Baron, b. m. Andrew B.
Taylor. Mount Holly (Taylor) 6 7 4
Watson, b. g Frank W Bitting,
Reading (Bitting) .
Owen O'Neil, h. g, James Morris.
Philadelphia (Morris) .
Sally Lunn. h. m . A- B. Cope,
Paoll, Pa. (Serrlll) .
Agnes K . ch. m J. V Kavan
attgh, Harrisonburg. Va ,(Kav
Ill
8 2
2 3
4 4 3
6 6 I
7 6 6
dr
anaugh) .
Time, 218 1-4, 2.18 1-4. 2 16 1-4
Special exhibition trotting, to beat
230 1-4. Miss Palmetree, blk. m.. by
Baronmore. A B. Coxe, Paoll (Ser
rlll). won Time, 2.28
2.10 Class-Pacing; best three In
five heats; purse $800.
Blackbird, blk. g . by
Prairie Bells. H B
Pennypacker. Potts
town (Pennypacker . 4 8 1 3 3 1 1
Joe Boy, blk g by Mll
lerton, W. W. Wogan.
York (Leary) .
Elmwood, hr. g. by
Strongwood, Ç. 8.
Mlddaugh iMlddaugh) 2 2 2 1 2 3 3
Socks, ch. g. by Acolyte.
A. G. Coxe, Paoll. Pa.
(Serrlll) . 3433122
Raybetta J. r. g Morris
dr
1 1 4 4 4 4 4
CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS.
National League.
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Chicago ..
Pittsburg
New York
Cincinnati
Philadelphia.4$
St. Louis.
Brooklyn
Boston ..
66
30
.651
49
36
.683
36
49
.676
44
.600
44
.488
44
39
.443
49
62
36
402
367
33
67
RCORES OK YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
Kational League.
Philadelphia. 5; Brooklyn. 2.
Pittsburg. 7; Cincinnati, 3.
New York, 6; Boaton, 2.
Chicago. 6; St. Louis. 2.
GAMES SCHEDULED FOB TO-DAT.
National Leagne.
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Boston at Sew York.
Cincinnati at Pittsburg.
Chicago at St. Louis.
CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS.
American League.
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.663
.596
.693
Athletics..59
New York..
Boston ....
Detroit ....
Cleveland .
Washington
Chicago . .
St. Louis.26
SCORES OH|YESTERDAY'S GAMES.
American League.
Athletics. 4; Washington, 0.
New York. 3; Boaton. 1.
Detroit, 1; Chicago. 0.
St. Loula-Cleveland—Not scheduled.
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GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TO-DAY.
American League.
Washington at Philadelphia.
New York at Boston.
Detroit at Chicago.
St. Louis at Cleveland.
WATERPROOF
Make* leather« last longer. Gives quick,
brilliant result. Handy and clean to
I
utc.
THE F. F. DALLEY CO. Limited!
Buffalo. N. Y.
Hamilton. Oat.
SHOE POLISH
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ALL DEALERS 104
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Delaware League Pickups
Ky Nonamc.
Standing of Delaware League.
Rlveralde.12
Y. Americana
du Pont.
Mt. Vernon ..
Napa.
Klamere.1
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NOTES _
Ross and Riley are now better
known as the "Home Run Kids."
— D-L
Yes, the Pennant lies between River
side, Young Americans and duPont.
,—D-L~
Eddie Mulherln Is putting up a nice
game at shortstop.
—D-L—
Hurrah! duPont Juniors sre play
ing together again,
they're coming fast.
—D-L—
Luts, duPont Juniors' star pitcher,
who has been 111, has recovered and
Is expected to be In the game to
day.
j
)
Lookout boys.
—D-L—
Young
and duPont are playing ball like Chi
cago, New Y'ork, and Pittsburg. Every
game tells.
Riverside,
Americans,
It Is rumored that the fast Rook
wood team will succeed Elsmere.
—D-L—
Young Americans are either going
to trim Riverside two times Saturday,
or go In third place.
—D-L—
Y'es, It surely will be going up or
coming down In the Young Amerlcan
Rlverslde double-header.
—D-D—
Riverside has secured "Dutch"
Holaveck, late of Young Americans
City League team.
4
In
1
3
—D-L—
Ross and Holaveck looks bad for
Young Americans.
Here's hoping the league changes
some Saturday.
—D-L—
Carney's team seems to be play
ing In hard luck.
—D-L—
Naps are game to the core. They
say they will stick If they have to <
stick to last place.
—D-L—
McGowan, duPont's second sacker,
hasn't been doing much with the
stick lately.
. —D-L—
duPont Juniors say they will have
the fair sex among the rooters on
Saturday. That is what worries Mc
Gowan.
—D-L—
Bill O'Connor has lost his nerve.
Last Saturday was the first time he
hadn't made a hit or more this sea
Wonder why?
—D-L—
Riverside has ordered the big stick
Guess that means
2
7
non.
3
for the pennant,
something.
Firemen Award Loaf Contract.
The Phoenix Fire Company has
awarded (he contract for furnfshlnf
fifty coats for use In the parade on
October 6 to the Snellenhurg Com
pany. of this city The members of
the fie company. It was said, had made
a motion that as the money they re
ceive comes from the business men of
this city, they should refuse to con
slder any outside bids. At the meet
ing when the contract was considered,
several Philadelphia firms had their
bids unopened.
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6
Baldwin Strikers Return.
CHESTER. Pa . July 30.—The strike
cf 400 moulders, helpers, crane men,
coremakers, rumblers, heaters and la
borers. Inaugurated at the Baldwin
Locomotive Works In Eddystone. w-as
adjusted, and all returned to work.
It Is understood, that hereafter the
moulders will be paid more for han
dling what is known as "green" iron
than the ordinary kind
4
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
$1.00 TO BALTIMORE
AND RETURN
SUNDAY JULY 31, 1910
Special Train
Returning
Leaves Baltimore, Union Station ...
Tickets good only on special train. No half tickets sold.
Tickets may be obtained Friday and Saturday preceding
date of excursion at City Ticket Office, 503 Market St., and at
the Station.
J. R. WOOD,
Passenger Traffic Manager.
9.40 A. M.
Leaves Wilmington
5.38 P. M.
GF.O. W. BOYD,'
General Passenger Agent.
Storage
Household Goods,
General Merchandise,
Automobiles & Carriages
CHARLES WARNER CO
■J
Guarantee Storage Warehouse Department,
Teleohone 1840.
No. 836Markot St.
3rd and French U.
«19
Dr. Pierce & Cann
• MarketSL
paialMa Extracting .
Silver tUUnga .
Crown and Bridge Work,
White Filling .
Gold FUIlng .
Old Plataa Repaired ....
Closed Evening* Except Tuaaday- and
Saturdays. D A A. Phone Wt7

*0o
$1 and up
si
and u«
Platen
LOSING OUT
ON PICTURES
Backers of the Films Wil
Not Get Out With Ad
E ven Break
CUT THE PRICE TO
DRAW THE CROWD!
That the moving-picture men, whf B
are reported to have put up half I B
million dollars for (he Jeffrlea-John* 4 I
son pictures, may not even "breai a Û
even." is a conviction that Is growln|
among theatrical men In New Yorlc f 9
When the pictures were first put onj ; 1
the moving picture people declared till ' i I
admission price would have to be I
because of the tremendous outlay. 16 3
securing them The films were qul«*tl$ 9
placed on exhibition In half a dozen I
New York and Brooklyn theatre» I
There weer no riots; neither wer« I
theer any mobs at the door clamoring |
for admission. I
Now the price has dropped to fifty 3
cents and still the expected crowd! j
are missing. Theatrical men profesl j
to believe that the fact that Johnaog |
won over the white man has prao- I
tleallv killed the demand for the film»
Had the victory been the other wa 1
they say the theatres could not hav#
hold the crowds.
Of course abroad, where there is na j
race feeling, the pictures may attract
great throngs, but theatre-goers cer« I
talnly are not fighting for admissloit
In New York and Brooklyn.
Miss Mary A Devlin, bookkeeper af
the Ogden-Hnward Company's store*
Fifth and King streets, and Miss Sail«
Murray, are spending tehlr vacation«
at Atlantic City.
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^^Attrart. by odor; drive. •
them front-boos« Io die. For«Sye«T.i
the Rtuifliri-ot efficiency. 10c « tec.
( Maurer's
Entice« from hlfUngSj^
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Pwtroyg eg«» and larva«.
AU DrtiggUt» A Grocer« 4
IdHlit on MMWrt.
RMa irerAAcu Co.. Philo, -
cl Powder
InccM and kill,
fen.1 all Inucla.
Oc, Î5c, 50c.
Balto. and Ohio Railroad
BULLETIN
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$17 on TO CHICAGO.
$21.26 TO ST LOUIS.
$14 25 TO riNTINN/* 0 * \ I,
$17 75 TO LOlT18VllK | « va f>>'S
$ 8 00 TO PITTSBU Vi,,pr '\|
Low rntes to all WcsfWrite foe \ ¥
——— -——i. owner-J
$25 6f> TO CHICAGO ANI
On sale August 4 to 7
Good to return to Augt^
elusive. Limit extended
temper 6, by paying fifty .- !
destination.
$28.05 TO MILWAUKEE AN«.
TURN. On sale July 28. 29. :
Good to return tn August 14*
elusive Limit extended to S» I
3rd by paying fifty cents at dei 1
nation. c
Summer Excursion Tickets on Sale
to A il Points. _ \
A^Iy to Ticket Agents, No. 814 V
Market street, or Delaware Ave
nue Station. Wilmington, Del.— 1

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