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T?UH B KN"-420 NORTH CLAYTON ST.. I
r 7 loom* am) bath. Apply Io
A RUCK. 2*iM \V. Sixteenth street.
AprM-tf.
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REAL ESTATE—FOR KENT.
OR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
Light Housekeeping, 201 Fust Fifth
J1 I 1m rad
F
St.
W. SCOTT VERNON,
Seal K*tate Droker ami Notary Public. |
Mortgage!- negotiated
827V* Market street.
• Next to Ous Offi e
n. &- A. MC A.
T, OR RENT—211 W. 14th ST.. 1st and
r llrd doors. Apply 211 W. 14th. j29-3t
ROOMS FOR RENT
G irard— sot. *>'7 and so» hack st.
Philadelphia. Hoorn*. 26. S3. 6'lr.
Mayl-ly
Gentlemen only.
F urnisiikd apartment- IIOLSK
Kccplng. private hath, phone.
THE ALU1UN. No. W« Kin« St.
JuIjH-lmo.
SgUAItKS
1 and c«m
F or rent—at*artmknt, ^
from '71!» and Market ; modern
Apply *-04 W. 7lli St.
J-22-l
x entent.
HELP WANTED—MALE.
—riri-tiks:
\V««hineton.
fiTUAVAV M.UL
prnmpnt Clerk«—at
"extoffl.-e Clerk«. Carrier*,
wf fi S
Wilmind
e X» mi Mat ion. Srptember T 41 11 , a
tier 12th. Preparation fire, t
«Ulule, Drpt. 31 H. llochcster, b. A.
I Novem
In
nkli
j 2 5 1 m
W ANTED— fl C UM'KNTKttS FOR FINISH
inc Apply Woodlawn Ave and Shall
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W ANTED -fOuNO MI.N AND «4 0
mcn wanted o* telegraph nperotora
• vervwbere it« I Iron il and commercial
m- Itlop* enen now- for men mid women,
'•wanted »* wlreie** operator* 1 enn.
*nia Sett not of Teteg-nphy will ginr
Smith ßulMlng. A\ H
Wrl> Box 120. W.lmliigton.
v frr«' cat.aloicr.C.
Men
lo ire In y
nt
nington.
!<»!., fot
,1nne21-Tii-Th-Sa*-"mo
rrokh Avc.
\N .\C«EI> man FOR NIGHT
Stindn
I*rovi»H»n ('«».. 3
ANTED
Wwlchm«
W
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«I tk Oruntrc Sts.
for
W il mi net
j;u>-ir
MAIL CLERKS WASTED:
$snii lirfct war; promotion to $1,800,
illation in Wllminxton November 12:
immun eduraliun »uffleient with our eoneli
Full pnrtieulnr* free with nmoli
hnek offer. 1«k for Booklet t.
l. C. j30 It
■A II .W A V
R
W.
money
D. Earl Hopkins. Wushinston.
AI.L
ft IK
plo>
mile* of Wii
W ANTED— AI A C HT NT ST
around work. Stipule
iHit, Witliin a few
Addrr«« C. 1-. .Inurn«! Olhee.
nl tor
l\i. right
mmSInn.
130-01
WANTED.
nr alt.
[XTANTED—FrRNITtTKK
VV I,-Jn<1= htffhevt price* paid for part
ir entire household*. Hotel*. re*taurant*.
ifDce fixture*, roll top desks. safes
t specially. All klndr of stoves and ear
ieta sold or exchanred. Bsonnd-hand
-lot* houcht flood second hand clothes
lonchr. Overcoats and pants a specialty.
"Ich t-noin chair* to ht-e.
1 Æ A. Phone N'o. 1173.
CHARI.ES S m'RT.OCK.
Seven»?) nnd Poplar st*
JanT-tf.
nrrAXTKl»—1000 rART'KTB TO CLEAN;
^ YY stornue rooms for rent, $1.50 and
v *4*r month. Both phone«»
OKO F. LANG CO., 12CÔ Orange St.
^ebîl-tf.
.IT \ NTED—-TO*" BTŸ
** wagon, reasonable.
A LOW M4RKF.T
Address O 13. Jour
j27-4t
nl office.
VNTF.l»*—TO BUY A MILK KOUTF.
j28 3t
iV
Addresi R18. Journal Offico.
$4 PEU WEEK.
S. W
CARDERS WANTED,
nlxo table boarder»,
"piirtli ami IrfTerson St«.
B
Corner
j28-pod-l m
LOST A MX FOUND.
»
ROAD TRAIN
at 8.19 a. m.. Jnly
DF.LAWAIU
[• OST— ON
t*«vin* Wiliniiift
18. (lotit Huntinc C«** Walrti and Ctioin.
Finder plea** rommunirat* with Cliarl*« N.
Hash, No. 1002 Adam* at reef. Wit
Del.
ington.
j29-3t
r OST— OK LOT, BETWEEN 1909 TULIP
U st. end Front and Union. Signet King,
Initial« T. A. C.. anil Wedding King.
' ward if returned to 1909 Tulip.
180 It
BUSINESS CARDS.
STTCTwraTiAafirco
82U Oran«. St.. Booting. Spooling ana
Metal and rotnroalllon roofing
o-'ing and vent hating. Ttepalr
A2«-1y.
Hot Air h
promptly done. Phones.
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS
Archtleet* and Engineer*. S<5 Market St.
» vear* of active practice brings to our
•lient*, much n-eful knowledge in denlgn
and conrtructlon. and wo warrant uur
trork correct In ail respects.
E. L. KtCE. JR.. CO.. ttnc.T
S TA NLEY StI.KA. TAIIXJK.
Southeast corner. Ninth and Pine Sts.
'leaning, pressing, dyeing and »eourlrg.
Ladles' and men's cloth«'-, repaired.
Delmarvla phone 35C3. —
.lun*7-!mo
WARNER S. LEWIS. CARPENTER.
vv contractor and builder. Jobbing a
Specialty. Estimates furnished. work
promptly donc. L). and A. phone 5672.
Jy«-iy.
C OUNH AM» 1NUKOWIN« NAIL# 0AKF.
fnllv trcntnl. Mrs. Anni* M. 8rlia*f*r.
('Itiropmiiat, 218 Ford Bldg.. D. & A. 1335.
J : 1 1 mo.
FOR SALE.
F or sale -cruising launch vir
glnta. 3S feet long, 32 H. P. ( cylin
der Rochester engine, speed 14 miles. Ap
ply ENOCH MOORE. .TR., secretory WII
lulnglnii Vuelit Club, No. &UÎ Tatuall St.
•IiineJS-ir.
UOl; ' SALK—restaurant! -
** guoil tiufrinesH. Address J1U,
OtRee.
DO! KO
•.Tournai
J28-8t
PROPOSALS
PROPOSALS
PP OUT m i'ONT. DKLAWARK CITY.
* .hilV' 25, ID 10,—SPnlrd proposal«, in trip
Q. M 1$. o. Form No. 74, n
a. m . Auttast 25,
1910, and thru publicly «ip*n«d, fur «on
ni«- »ion »! an Oyster .Sh«*ll Hoad from
linrriaonville. N. J.. to Fort Moll. .1.
«cd apctifiroi ioi. .* nn h» • • « » I,...
and alho in the «.ffl«e of the Chief Quarter
imihtor, Dept, of the Kast. Governor'« Island.
N. Y. Information furnished up«
tion. A deposit of $5.00 re«|uire«l to insure
f plans and specifications loaned.
S. renerves right to accept or reject any or
all bids. Envelopes ontuininjr bids should
dorse«!, ''Proposa!* ;•
R n«I 1 ' «nd add*i sseil
Oiiarteruinatcr, Fort DuPont. Delaware'City.
Del.»*
DHL.
liiatc.
iccelxed lu re until 11.0
ill he
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applied
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st met
jJ6 30 A2.6.9.13
REGISTER'S ORDERS.
liKtilSTKR 8 ORDKH.
OfTico of the KcgUtev of Wills,
New Canti» Co., Del, July 11th,
Upon tin* :» ppl i« nl ion of Jos* pit \\. Mor
row. iidniininlrattn' «»f Joseph Morrow, late
of Christiana Hundred, hi said county. «Ir
«-eaaed, it is ordered and directed by
Ii«'gistcr «J Will that the
aforesaid give notice of grunting of Letter^
n the estate «> f the de
hereof, by
I u if hin
I 9 If).
tin
V d m 1 n mi
nt Administration up"
«-•«>*<1 with !h» «l»tf of framing ti
: advert isamtnt« f *» h» po»!»«I
a''s from the da!» of mi« L Lett*i $ in
ai\ «)f most publi«- pin««« of th«» < oumv
of Naw (*«»tlf. requiring »II person« havins
«l^niRndh azainst the estate, to present thu
•«me, «îï* i«Dl«Je by an act of V»»«mbly m
»uch «-»b* mail« and provided; and also
r«u?a the aam«' to be inserted rrithin th#
■411 ■
tuny
»•me perifvl in the Evening Journal.
p«per publiahed in Wilmington, Del., and
to bo continue«! therein three weeks («».o.d.)
L»iveil under the hand and seal
of offic« of the Kegister of Will»
aforoaaid, at Wilminfton, in New
(Seal) Castle County aforesaid, the day
and year above written.
FRANCIS M. WALKER.
Register of Will»,
» new»
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Letter« of
Administ Ulti mi were in «Ino form of law
S ranted unto the underaignr«!, on the 14th
ay of July A. D. lUlU. and that «II persons
having claims against the estate of the d«*
reased must present the same, duly attested,
to the said Administrator, on or before
14th day of July 1911. or abide the Act of
Assembly in such ca«e made and provided.
JOSEPH W. MORROW.
* dmknlstrator.
Address, J. Harvey Whiteman. K«q.. At
toi ney at-Law, Wilmington. Del.
j!4 9t eod.
tho
Promot and Efficient Service
STmCTLT MOEIS9IONAL
WHt# f*r InStrmstisa
Henry E Wilktnt & Co., formeri?
Kt«h». Wilke«» 4 Co.
*43 i«»-it S t i r »' I *•
PATENTS
•r
Vim»»*«», D. 0.
REAL ESTATE
Jf ,Jlt 1-0
,,n 'J 1
ti;. ""ildlnj;
"*" d present.
vN ilmingt
Sis.
FOR SALE.
~~
looxioo. x. k. rau iflii«
Ohanci* to make some
«|p
Sts.
sll hmi*
I .11
Will sell
coxy tc
puny, 10th k Markin
■ l ri-. I r.f
Trust C
(•lul'ont Duilding.)
or; S.M.K intT WEST ISTH. STI5K.ET:
Iti'irk .iw.iihig, r, moms ami h«Hi ;
hot aoxii'j foot.
Amiiy »■> •> , w.
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M "' l l* IM t il
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I Of li street.
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PERSONAL
,M)Y 1
marry
L
WORTH
WOU I.I>
f- 0.000
S Bux 35, League. Toledo. Ohi
jSO-ll
SALESMAN WANTED.
O ALESM AN—PROFITABLE SIDE LINE
for grocery «.«Iranian, calling on whole
or retail trade,
Ilirkelt Mill«. Pc
jl«.23.30 «8.
««!(*
Write today.
Yan, N. Y.
The
j S alksmav
nne to sell general tra«le i
l «excelled «»perialtv
j BRAND NEW FEATURE.
Conimiftaion with
The Continental
EXPEKIEMED TN ANY
Delaware,
proposition with
V«p«ncy Auguat
$35.00 weekly for
_1 .lewclry Co..
J 30-11
IM.
expenses.
Cleveland, Ohio.
"Is Life Worth Saihigr*
Mollie
Mrs.
McUiiney. - ^ Prentiss,
Miss., writes that she had
case of kidn4y and bladder trouble,
and that four bottles of Foley's Kid
ney Remedy cured her sound and well
She closes her letter by saying: "f
heartily recommend Folcv's Kidnev
Remedy to any sufferer of kidnev dts
ease. It saved my life." -4
B. Danferth. Market and Second
streets, Wilmington. Del."
a severe
BUFFALO HOTELS.
HOTEL LENOX
BUFFALO, M. Y.
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Highest Grade
Fireproof.
Conveniently located In most l.eautl
fnl part of rturr.iln. The Meal hotel for
tourist* and visitor* to Buffalo, Nia
gara Falls, points on the Great :.. he,
and Canadian Resorts.
EUROPEAN PLAN
J1.50 per day and up
Spacial Weekly and Monthly Rates.
summer
No more delightful
dence anywhere. The cllmnie is unjrjr.
passed.
C. A. MINER, Manager.
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POLITICAL.
FOR sheriff"
OF NEW CASTLE COUNT»
1910.
JOS. E. MARTIN
Stih.ierl to the Decision of the Repnb
lirait I'arty.


OU UKG1STEU OF WHaLS
OP NEW CASTLE COUNTY
1910
Francis M. Walker
Subject to the Decision of the Ro
publican I'arty.
MEDICAL.
OLD DR. THEEL, 535 N. 6th
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m.,;
M '''"
A Spring Garden St«.,Phil
Aril," Ont» l.rr«>n «peri
• ru llruUrher
TilK I.FRStM
TKFATUFMT the ««l;r «aimranlecd rnre for Nprri A«
Klond Pol»*", olHrr*
I
I rnrr. «II
of huma
« I'ritalr r>l«ra»r*. r»rr**e*. .-li * x i A Ku*rv
Urhl lit $. laut 1laaho»<l. Drain*. «Imphv.Pilrs. f,
. ll«4rorrlr, Hnpinrr A Hlrirlnrr,
*• «rm.r»,
n$. AllHkU
»rein
w#r»r than $l«r dUroar i(*rll,||*s a
I
F •■«
Bladder. 44 sror» prarilrr A- II $ra. l.o*p
j. Hn«L frro, Irll* all. npoils; « Il w A ( okiitry «d
j irt|. fraud*. Ur». #*4,6*9. fcua. 10.1 for daajrrou» ra*« » lo 2
II* Pif O for urcuturjf
dl*chars»4.inflaBuualioL
irritatioca or ulcersiiou'.
of mucGua c>anbr«rr P
—- a Poinlss«, and not
JH£EVANSChEMiSALCJ. font or pol*»nou».
Bold hy Dranlili,
or ««nt in plaitj
hr rxrrr-a. prrnatd, fvi
»•'ittl«*« #*• ?».
•* :,f u ifiuer*
a 1 (at da;».
bci'.iiUr :
rr*ar«U «rctarUn.
CINCiNNATi.O
C.I«.
tuen
$i
ICORD'S VITAL
RESTORATIVE
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Restore* Men's Vitality.
Price $1. At all druggists. Always
hand at Miller Drug Co.'», 404
Market St.. Wilmington, Drl. Mail
Orders solicited.
I
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on
-
t£3T" paSket^S
HAIR BALSAM
Clean»#« end toautlflet th« hair,
rrornote« a Ia*umnl prowth.
Pails to Itestoro Ora y
Hair lo its Youthful Color.
Cure« cr«ip d 1 •#«»#« L
a:>d 31 3 Sf Prag yi
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fcs IN 3*^°
EXPECT CROWDS TODAY
AT THE SPRINGS PARK
The chief feature at Brandywine
l" v b * ,h, ' <:p l p '
brat Ion of the Railroad Trainmen, and
If la e\|ieeted t r
crowded with people.
Opera Company will present "The Pi
rates of Penzance" afternoon and ove
ning and unusual attendance Is looked
for on account of the celebration, as
well as the popularity of ihe opera
11 self.
hat the park will ho
The Aeolian
The next opera presented by the
company will be "The Mascotte."
On Sunday the company will give
the usual concert. There will be four
teen numbers. of which seven will ho
vocal ami the other seven instru
mental. The entire strength vf the
i company and the orchestra will be
used in th epresentation of the con
cort, and all of tlie soloists of the com
pany will appear.
I
A lawn fete was given by the Ladies'
Aid Society of HHhany Baptist Church
on the lawn surrounding the home of
Lawn Fete.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Whitcnack. of 1
No. 130ft Maple street. Music was fur
nishod by the Bethany bund of twenty
two pieces.
Latin Lands" at ihe vesper service of
Hie Young Woman's Christian Asso
dation to-morrow afternoon at 4
o'clock. Miss Lulu G. Lew'Is. of Han
over Presbyterian Church will slug
and Mrs. K P. Burnham will play
cornet selections.
-0
Mrs. Bull I» Speak.
Mrs. ,1. Frank Ball will give the Iasi
of a series of talks on the "Bible in
GatiM'— Jfiïcrls.
Miss Anne Ususe. daughter of Col
onel and Mrs. Harlan Cause, and Dr.
Charles R. Jeffcrls, Jr., will be mar
ried on Tuesday evening at 7,30
o'clock, at the home of the bride's par
ents, No. til9 Delaware avenue, by the
j Rev. H. W. Kellogg. Only relatives
and intimate friends of the families
will attend. The couple will be unat
tended. Mrs. Edmund G. Robinson
will play the wedding inarch and Miss
Isabel B. Wales will sitvg "O Perfect
Love." After a reception Dr. and Mrs.
Jcgeris will go north on a wedding
I tri|> and upon their return will live
v, erp
0
Heme Freni Edinburgh.
The Rev. Dr. B. T. Moore and the
Rev. W. B. McKisslc returned from
Edinburgh, Scotland, yesterday. Dr.
Moore feels that Ihe trip has benefited
him very much ant! will fill his pulpit
on Sunday,
visit.
He is delighted with Ms
-0
Bell-HIne*.
Charles A. Bell and Miss Lulu C.
Hines were married in St. John's Pro
testant Episcopal church today.
Wedding at German Church.
Michael Jacoby and Miss Christiana
Bishoff were married today in Zion
German Lutheran Church by the Rev.
Paul Isenschmidt.
„„ .
C mh S ,T ER ' Dht' J ,\ lly l°f'Twn vn««'
twelfth time within the past two M'ars,
Crura Lynne station, on the Pennsyl
vanla Railroad, two miles east of this
city, was broken into b ylhieves, who
secured about $10 in cash. Amos
Coffin, the agent, had a warrant sworn
out for William Smith, who was taken
i before Justice Moo;c.' who held him
I under $300 bail for Court.
-o
( liirk-llclliili Nuptial*.
The marriage of Miss Ruth Wei
Iinet011 (lark, younger daughter of
I Mr. and Mrs. Etlgar Olcott Clark, and
Robe.i Gause Bellah, formerly of this
j cltv now of Newark, New Jersey, was
solemnized to-day In St. James'
Protestant Episcopal Church. Upper
Montclair. New Jersey. The Rev. Ar
ihnr Ketchum, of New York city per
formed the ceremony.
lah. brother of the groom. The ushers
wore Charles Francis Slone and Char
less Adkins Baker.
The bride's only attendant was iter
sister, M'-s, Charles Francis Stone.
The best man was James Warner Bel
Are Traveling Through Wales.
Mr*. W r. Carne« and Mi«« Gwenlli»
Carnes, of Wilmington.
Hii'Mulin? tin* »«miner abroad, m
I riling through Wsl«'«.
been
lui
rb
nw irav
that tlm
i *
ropi
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has boon one
DUti
Kng1i«h Mini
flirr.
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;
Found Another I nsMltary House.
Executive Offli'or Green reported to
Secretary Malcom. of the Board of
Health, to-day that No. 419 West Sec
ond street was unsanitary. Th* owner
will be given notice to make 1m
provements.
Financial and Commercial
F D Lackey & Co., says;
"The New York stock market dur
ing the entire two hours session show
cd the effect of profit taking sales
land the lack of buying for short cov-1
erlüg. Pri es sagged off quietly, the
losses for the day being in some cases
rather material. The final tone w as
quiet with considerable irregularity,
"The absence from the street Is ac-i
countable for the lack of buying pow
er today, and it is expo led next week
will see some improvement alU
around, although not much activity
is anticipated.
"The Philadelphia market was dull
and irregular, although changes were
no very material."
\FH \«lltk s t ill h U1KKFTS
NEW YORK, July* V^Loss™ of
from 1-4 to 3-4 were sustained gen
erally in the first few minutes
after which the stock market assumed
- »tendier tone and a recovery of the
rÄÄrsT%^t^ rt P Xu^. at
, „T
2.15 p- m. quotations from F, D.
Lackey & Co., Bankers and Broker»,
members Philadelphia Stock Exehanqe,
g4t Market «traet. Wilmin n fon. Del.
j i teamiDuti | Northern FMiijt,'
j xmai. copper AjNor*. & M eet
*>
SmeKine 64J4 No. Central io-,
Am Sugar Co uaopio* on ;0 5
Atch. T. A s 94H I'eiuxsylva-)!» I26J4
Asphalt Com. uhih R. T. «71»
Balte. & Oh! ioSH i Phna. Co. ... 43jj
Brooklyn R T 73^ fnlla. Eiectrit .4^
GenT Leather 30S* j Reading ... .1341»
Ches. & Ohio 6954 I R°=k Island
Haul .no
loqH
Brie Common 22«i| 8ou - Co ■ 21 Mi
Erie 1st et« .. 36,4 ' Tonopah Mtn. s
Elec .of A-.*) n,4$ 'United Gas im Si,
Louisville i îi35's I Ur.'on p a<-lfle l6S,S
Lehigh N»v. Sq U. 3. St. Con 66A,
Leh. Valley .. 72 U. 8 Bt. Pf. n 5
Mis.ctil Pa* Wabash P( .. 3 jV
Mo Kan & T 307x | West. Union 60V
N Y .».T.traîtugV j
Reporte«! daily by F. D. Lackey &
Co., bankers ana biMsers, .eeniber»
Pnladelphia S:ock Exit xnpe,.84 . ivtar
ket St.
WHEAT CORN. OA''S.
July. S<|4 July. Sept. July. SepL
lus !'>.>•>* 53 53V4 39 373)1
Am
Cambria Ste»', 4l,S st
Danvvr ARC, aS>« i Sou - f'-slffc
I
PLENTY OF WATER
SPORT IS COMING
r, p i BP . • ■ . D . •
Fastest Motor Bouts to AR&IO
fnmnnla in Ulllminrft ,n
tumpeie in Wliminflion
VarM rinh DanoBac
Idtni LIUD negallaS
AfiriKT AMD tIDTIMItI C
nUUUJI Ainu jr.ntlTIDl.lt
narre idc ert rrrrn
DATES ARE SELECTED
t! and .September 5, as well as several
The Wilmington Yacht Club has u>
ranged two more regattas on August
Intervening races, for the lovers of
water sports here,
The Club's one design bouts, known
as Class "X," are now on their way
to the Club and will be here for the
regatta on August iith. The bouts are
dory build. 22 feet long, and while not
exceptionally fast, are each one oxaci
| v alike. One design classes the be
ji,g adopted all over the country by
the various yacht clubs, and are
affording excellent sport in that the
boats being identically the same,
their position at Ihe finish depends
entirely upon Ihe skill of the sailor.
The regattas are open to the mem
bers of the Delaware Canoe Club, and
,be Brandywine Canoe ( itib, and it is
expected that the events will be ex
tremely interesting. I here w ill be a
s( '' rl '' 8 <>f three races arranged for the
automobile speed boats. The club
has In Us enlistment four fast boats,
in Col. Ainscow s Alfred II ; Mr Rich
urdson s TiîR. and an extremely fast
boat of Winfield Quigley's which has
not yet arrived. In addition to these
boats, T. C. du Pont has a very fast
boat now in Ihe Chesapeake Bay, ami
it is hoped that some arrangement
may Tie made to bring this boat up for
he series also.
| '
i The SeasoD's Brogrum.
1 lass . r , 8 . ... ,.
test. Paddling canoe race. Two men).
Swimming race (o0 yards.) Events
open to members of the Delawale and
Brandywine Canoe
Wilmington Yacht Club. First event
3 p. ra.
August 13th—Class "X" boats. Au
tomobile motor boat race. First race
Following is Ihe club's program for
the remainder of Ihe season ;
August 6th, Regalia—Sailing canoe
race. Class "X" boats. Motor boats,
1 and II. Tilging canoe con
Clubs and the
3.30 p. m.
August 20th—Class "X" boats. Mo
tor boats. Classes I and II. First race
' "aurusV 27fh—Class "X" boats. Au
tomobile motor boat race. First race
3.30 p. m.
September 3rd—Class "X" boats.
Motor boats classes I and 11. First
race 3.30 p. m.
September ftth tLabor Day), regatta
I —Sailing canoe race. Class "X" boats.
Paddling canoe race. (Two men). Mo
tor boats—Class 1—Hunt the Keg.
Tilling contest. Swimming race.
September 10th—Class "X" boats.
Automobile motor boat race. First
race 3.30 p. m.
September 17th—Sailing canoe race,
n ' .. x .. 1)0a)s Mwtor bout8 c i aS scs
, .. pi,.-. ra( . P i on _ m
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j September 24-t lass X boats
Motor boats, classes 1 and 11. lira
race, .1.30 p. m.
October l—Class "X" boats. Motor
boats, classes 1 and II. First race, 3.30
p. m.
I Until further notice all motor boats
1 will be divided into three classes:
First— Automobile motor boats—-com-1
I Ptislog those hating a speed of oyer
18 m,lp " PT hour. Second—Motor
boats. Ltasa L aH boats undot 10
i H. P. Third—Motor bouts, class 11.
, «'> boats over in H. J
1 c^tm wm* continue
h* ,'KK S
' . , n the ReeatU Committee
1 Äw»
avenue, has been appointed measurer
of the club and will be glad to make
arrangements with the owner of any
b t |n i, aVP boats measured.
tb e programme it'wlll be noted
| ,|,at a series of three races has been
p. m
Until further notice all motor boats
i will be divided into three
i First—Automobile motor boats
■om
Sr'iE. 'ïm'rS^wKÏÏ
time allowance and It is imped that
all members having speed boats will
enter them for each race thereby in
suritig
scries.
Unless changed by the officer of the
Interesting
extremely
an

day the courses will be as totiows.
Auloniohllo motor boat races—
Course No. 3, twice around; 13 miles,
Motor boats, dusses I and M
Courte No. 1, twice around; o miles,
Me—Courses for the Bailing canoe
will he announced by the offleet
races
of the day as they arc dependent upon
conditions of wind and tide.
I« Hunt Hie Keg.
it will he noted In the program that
two general regattas have been tir
ranged for. the first on August 6 and
the other on September ... 1 hese re
gal las are open to membess of the
Delaware and Brandywine Canoe
Ciubs. as well ae member*.or th - Wlh
mlngton Yacht Club II I» lo be >hoped
that these clubs will participa
In Ihe various events and Insure *
success of the regatta.
•') the regatta of Septem
cl®* * ven t has been arranged m
the heading of
'■
boats
Keg." Kach boat entering the hunt
will given a number and a s
numbered In conformlt. .
'«ken up the tide and dropped about
half at. hour before the event. On the
starting signal the boats will proceed
over '»»• parting line each boa. hum
*"* J lnU j *' h "V immediately on
, b k „ K ( ' hP bon. should
pt<'*>"1* up ^ . Ihp
^ U 1 7; m '^ , b h \î, , p U ^B rP a V^
o^l o' - 8 >- «
Kntries for any of the various events
covprP( j ) n the program must be In the
bands of the regatta committee by
Wednesday of each week. For the re
gatta September 5 entries will cioae
OI , k 'ridav, September 2.
Entrants In any regatta Should be
at the club-house one-half hour before
the regatta opens and should report
to lh e officer of ihe day for detailed;
instructions relative to courses, etc.
all , |» r |*,. s Offered.
* A t . ul , w jj| be put up by the Yacht
club to go to the winner of the series
of au tomoblle boat races.
A cup has been presented to go to
the class "K" boat winning the cham
plonshin for 19UL
K
number.
j„ a( j(iition to this the winning boats
0 f Pfl ch race In the class "X" series
w m be presented with a small blue
bag and the second boat with a small
re j ^ af , an( j eac h boat is expected to
spw the flags won on the leech of her
sail and carry them throughout the
season. '
Arrangements have been made for a
htii'k to m<*el all Darby ears at Gor
dun Heights from 2 to 8 p. nt. on Sat
uvdays. beginning with July 30 A
fare of ft <-enls per tterson will be
charged for the trip from the ear line
t„ the club-house, gr vice versa
Mayor Out of Marrying
Business; Lovers Disappointed
Tito uncertain situai lun in the muni- ,
<>lp a l government has caused much I
Worry lor VOUIIg married COlipIC* » III»
come to Wilmington to Ira married
without (list obtaining the written
consent of their parents. This morn
.ing 111 least two couple* wore a
«tinkle or two In their foreheads,
thinking how they could get back
home mated.
One Of the couples were Joseph A.
Mahan, aged 21, and tllla Bryson,
aged 18, of Philadelphia. They went
to Magistrate (Hackman's office for a
license and asked for a priest. One
priest was telephoned for but he re
fused to marry the couple because
they did not have the written consent
of their parents.
"Well, let's get married by the
mayor," suggested Mahan.
"You can't.'' the masglslrate told
"The mayor isn't sure that he's
him.
mayor, and-."
But he added that it was loo long
_ u
yy ar Department PUtS 0. K.
r
Çpal on RniinH»ripC AlfSadV
OCOl ÜU DUUIlUOIiCa All CQUy
tcf.hlichpH
CM&UIIMIcU
a story.
CITY HARBOR
LINES FIXED
C. S. Engineer R. R. Raymond an
nounced to-day that the harbor lines
of Wilmington, as established by a
board of engineers in 1905, had been
approved by the
Copies, of Ihi' lines will be available
at his office upon the payment of u
War Department,
small fee.
The lines as established five years
ago have been made up-to-date by cer
tain modifications authorized by C
War Department,
lines are now for the first time defi
nitely established, they have been tae
Uly accepted by property owners and
others In this harbor for years. The
lines fix t liât part of the harbor beyond
which the erection of walls or docks
or other property Is prohibited.
he
Altbougli these
DEIAY IN THE
HARBOR DREDGING
Major R. R. Raymond. U. S. engi
neer for this district, said this morn
ing that (he inspection of this harbor
In preparation for improvements to bo
made with funds appropriated by Con
gress would not be completed for
Certain official
lh(1 i nB ncctlon has been com
after the Inspection mis ue u com
pleted. _
DIlll DINf, PFK1VIITS ISSUED
j uwsirs/suvi * a*
i V
, Building inspector Cassidy to-day
! issued the following permits:
To cj, a i,*s Forward to erect a
| dwe |i lnK f 0 * M r8 . Susan Hendricks at
Nô ._, nll llou i eVar( i costing »6600,
To David Dangle and Son lo make
rppa ( rs to .\ 0 . 71« Morrow street cost
Ing $160.
To A. S. Reed and Bro. Company to
erect a dwelling for Miss Sarah A.
Richardson, of Monlchanln, on
probably one week.
requirements will further delay the
dredging and other improvements of
the harbor.
tisement of the project must me made
At least 30 days' adver
i
Ihe
"orlhw«.. corner of Tenth and Rod
»ey streets, eoslmg $4«5t).
To the J. A. Bader Company lo
erect a dwelling on Delaware avenue
near Rlvervlew avenue for Henry S.
Young costing $6500.
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I PUTTING MORE CITY
j
1
STREETS IN CONDITION
The street and Sewer Department
West
in
is making Improvements
Ninth street that will make it the
only attractive thoroughfare oast and
west that is not occupied by trolley
tracks. The improvement consist* of
the resurfacing of Ihe street with
bitulithie from West to Shipley street
and the grading and curbing of th*
street from Rodney to Union st reels.
The department is also resurfacing
Twenty-ninth street from Monroe to
Market and Kim between Van Buren
and Harrison.
1 ? ere *; erc tel * ™ ore . .
wep h ending to-da>
responding we i '' k '" 8t , ^ ,
week ending ,< '- <1ay ' 3 t 9 H ^®?, h i, lir e
reported to th.- Board of Health. Dur
Ing «K" corresponding . . p(1
year there . ;
Other statistics follow : Birth». M
la8t year. 29; marriages 40 last jeat.
5,, Nineteen of the J9 deaths this
| week were of infants.
NINETEEN MORE
RÄR1FS DIE
DnDSLJ DILI
( iiiln ling Mnrh 4'oiint> Tax.
Cblloolor Roiii-fl M.
county taxes
Wliilc he coulfl
County Tax
Burns said today ihat
are coming in nicely,
give no figures he said ihat the total
! received to date was very nearly is
i n;u , h as was paid when a rebate was
I „(lowed in the month n f.Iuly. i
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'Stitiire «ioes to 4llon(lr.
Magistrate Alton C. Pyle. Mrs. Pyle:
and their daughter, are sojourning at
Atlantic City, N. J.
|_—
>( r '( {tu« Horn pAgsIn.
j 0 hn Tltu«, Special Deputy Collec
for of Port, has returned from Lewes,
w here he spent two weeks doing the
work 0) - the Deputy Collector of Port
stationed there, who was on his va
cation.
.
Motor Car I» Corpse Carrier.
The Interstate Cemetery Company,
owners of Lawn Croft, report the pur
chase of a Packard three-ton truck,
upon which will be mounted a funeral
car to carry the body, six pall bearers,
and twenty-four mourners. 9
This will be the first vehicle of the
| kind ever built. It has been talked of
I by Mr. White, hut nothing ever came
of It until recently, when the design
w as prepared and the contract award
ed. In Philadeiiffiia it has excited
much Interest among undertakers and
I cemetery managers and there is little
doubt that the new truck will be ini
use shortly in ihat city and New York
Tin- couple wild they might go down
to sen Mayor Boyd, t>f Now Cast le.
Blit they Were told that he wan
away with the milita, while the act
ing mayor, Mr. Rothwell, wasn't
home, either
Other Catholic priests were tried.
but none of them would perform the
marriage without the parents' con
seut. The last seen of the coup!»
they were at Sixth and King streets
looking disgustedly at all the happy
married folks marketing,
Another well dressed young couple
saw Charles K. Lloyd, the mayor's
secretary, In lh« City Hall this morn
| lug. Mr. Lloyd told them that Mayor
Spruanne hud gone out of the marrl
age business, temporarily, and as they
didn't care to he married by a clcrgy
man. he suggested that they try New
Castle. They went, but as everybody
authorized to perform marriages down
there isn't home. It's pretty safe to
m , _ . _
AmmgC Î0F StatC COOVCntlOn
&
say they'll remain unmarried for a
while lunger.
REPUBLICANS
PLAN CAMPAIGN
and the Primary
Elections
"■
Members of the Repuhliean State
Committee at a meeting this mora
ing at headquarters
Building, discussed plans for thu cam
hold the Slate nominating convention
| In Dover on Wednesday, August ill.
The primaries will be held on the
previous Saturday, August 27.
This was the business for which the
committee was called together. Cap
lain Horace Wilson, vice-chairman of
palgn.
I'hc roimnittee decided to
Horn H. Ilfttld, K. II. Hhurter, H. H.
Bllhiny, Dr. L. H. Ball, T. B. Lewis,
Charles H. Colburn. Jaseph 0. Jolla,
C^n d er 8 .n C d ,a pLk "
Reports from commilteetneu wer*
tltnl conditions throughout the State
are very favorable and they feel much
encouraged by the prospects of a vie
the committee, presided, and the mem
bers present were Congressman Wll
lory in the fall.
After the formal
meeting Kinne of the cammttteatn
met this afternoon to tak over condi
tions and make plans for an aggres
sive campaign.
The Republican County Committee
Is meeting this afternoon nt the Young
Men'» Republican Club to arrange for
county primaries to nominate a ticket
on September 10 or 17, In all prob
ability the former date.
Mrs. Arthur Scott, of No. 403 West
,.. lghth 8(r(x>1< , g contUled lo her
home. Buffering with a sprained ankle.
Mr»- Scott had been spending y ester
Atternoon «» Hrandywlne Springs,
with u party of friends, and the party
started to return lo the city about half
p a8t 5 o'clock. In coming dow n the
'flight of steps from Ihe height ove)
SPRAINS ANKLE
WHILE ON OUTING
looking the pa' k, Mrs. Scott slipped,
; and In fulling turned her ankle. Hey
friends carried her to a car, which
was met at Seventh and Market
streets by the Phoenix ambulance.
which took her homo. The Injury,,
1 though painful. Is not serions.
|
Trade
WANT GAS TANKS
TO BOOST WILMINGTON
The Wilmington Board of
has a committee conferring with the
officials of Ihe Wilmington Gas Com
i patty with a view to using the big gas
retainers or tanks at Its plant In Jus
(Ison street for advertising Winning
ton. These tanks are readily seen
j from the l'(>nnsylvania railroad and
! I» Is considered a splendid Idea to
plant on them In large letters, the nd
1 vantages to he hud in V ilminglon, as
a manufacturing city.
j
nraDiurc
BANKS HEARINGS
>
I
I Hank clearings for the week ending
| to-day In Wilmington were $1,633,606.
and for the corresponding week last
! your they were $1.250,922. The clear
j ings for the month of July were $6,
j 776.451. and for July of last year they
1 were $6.111,053.
SHOW INCREASE
«Ä» Ü »
I Postmaster Jestef was asked to-day
|f he would make a request to the
iiostoflice department at Washington
if°r a postal savings bank for the city
j and mW ho not th|nk RO Hp , a ,J
no requests had been received by him
to petition for a bank here, and until
h( . dj( , wou i d make no recommen
daUon to , hp postntMlor-general.
N0 RE( ? LIEST YET
F0R POSTAL BANK
A despatch received from Washing
ton states that postal savings bank.
^ ill ^. e ^ a M irlOUl points
throughout the country by October 1.
Three hundred postofllcos have asked
for the banks and «44 stale and ns
tional hanks have sent in requests to
he made depositories for the fundi
The condition of Edward H. Roys
of No. 217 orlNh Harrison street, aged
72 years, who was found under a
bridge near Bancroft mills early yes
terday morning, remains unchanged.
He is at the Homéopathie Hospital.
where it was said to-day that he was
very weak.
Special One Dollar Kxrttrslon to Hal
(imore, Sunday, August 7.
Special train wilt leave Wilmington.
BOYS YET CRITICALLY ILL
FROM BRIDGE FALL
BÀLTIHORE AM) OHIO II. U.
Delaware Avenue Station, at 9.10 a.
m.; Newark, at 9.30 a. m Returning,;
leeve Baltimore, Cemdon Station, a
6.30 p. m.; Mt. Royal, nt 6.85 p. m
, visit the river resorts and parks of
Baltimore __
I T
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DIAMOND ICE
Who'» your Ic* Mont
TRANSPORTATION.
Wilson Line to Philadelphia!
Passengers and Ireighl.
Leave Fourth Pt. Wharf, Wilmington,'
'--00 nnrt 10.30 a. in.. 12 o'clock nooiy
"i invn' i J'ïv
phi.i, at 7 ho, ■vn: amt 1020' a. m'.. 1: o *tiow
LSO. 3.WI. 4-li 6.00. 7.00 * 8.8» an?
x *ti,£ trin ........ ..
boat at rheater w * rrtjrn b »j
r ia hl * tr, f' u0> 0 ^ , * r ••8' , on Mondays jn
r'VlT'ei' On « i,',* ■ * J
ItolMay'«. between WtimlnWton anS*pîinT
»delphja, one way, Stk—round trip, Mo.1
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*YJ ÄJ «*» 1 f's d»'
Uu.lartHptila.' one way'lSr round*t"p*'7cj
BUSH LINE
FREIGHT FOR ALL POLXTS
l'hÜKiflphla. Fa., daily!
10-45 a M., R.no P. M.
Le«ive WLm'ngton. Utl,
0 00 P. M.
Ptetmer« lenv#»
(except Sunday)
GFO. W. BUSH & SONS CO..
Foot of Franch Rt.—
Pier 9. So Wb«irv«*. iToo». of WaIdu
F».)- PhllndalrhlA.
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NARRAGANSETT TOUR,
" îTy ScVeTto 0 "
OLD POINT. PROVIDENCE;
BOSTON, NEWPORT AND
NARRAGANSETT PIER
$ 44.00
41

Including necessary axpenses
LEAVING BALTIMORE
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19
fiend for ^Unarary
W. P. Turner, P.T. M., Baltimore, Md
Bowers Beach & Dover, Del.
t
Tli«* Mfiun* r * 'John P. Wllaon'* «rill l*nv«
Now «'«Hile for Bower« H«*ach and Dover,
!). I«« ir»!, daring .\ugu«t at follow«: [
Auguat 2, rJ 30 P M.Augual J8, 1.30P.M.
,\ d g h * t •*. 1.30 P. M. August 20, 2.80 P. M.;
August 0, 2.30 I*. M. Auguat 23, 4.30 P. MJ
Auguat 1». 5.30 P. M, Alignât 25, 5 30 P.M.
August It. $.30 a. m. August 27, 8.80 A. Mj
A«n»} J3. «.tin a. Jt Augn.t so.ll.30 A. M.
Au *'"' A ' W 8 *P t
"i™« TROLLEY TOR NEW CASTLE.
I, 12.80 P. M.
3. 1.30 V. M.
ATI AM U' (TTY HOTELS.
NEW CLARION
Kentucky Ave.
and iseaoh. i
B K. Iiontfare.
HOTEL LAMBORN
Atlantic city, ocean end Maryland At.
Capacity, 230. elevator to street level;
private bath*; moderate rale*; booklet!
JULIA A. MILLER.
HOTEL STICKNEY
Kentucky Ave., aerond house from
1
IlghUperoOTtH« Minglf* or rommvnlcit'ng
with or *Uhout pr*VÄtt bnthu
I view. Splendid table. $2 up dally.)
i $12 up w • ■ kly.
. n . », T . •
N P t H
...... ., , -n ,. , ,-sa
centre of*«itravtion*; copsrw
| valor privat* bSth* »Xi e.lefit ts'ble
|
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i
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U^l- | fl
nQIPJ
a aÊ m
M if hinan A up Npar Rrarh
J Michigan HVC. Nett OMCU,
U V. BTICKKKY. Owner and Prop.
tnodeintc^rlcs family hotel
land
Dent located
ni v. n : k.
HATES— I#. »10, »18.S0. »13 end »17 50
, weekly.
12 ui* daily,
Privileg« of bn!hing from hou.*e.
Point m of Inter or : of AUnntN* Oliv mall«
Ai uuST r:i iiw aDkk.
pit fro*.
Open nil year. Capacity liO. Irn-'
proved nnd refurnished. Elevator.!
Private but lis.
rooms.
.Kbt nnd special July rate*, imner
management.
;
Running water In
Open surroundings. Writ, for!
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R. I. OSBORNE Ù SON.
NEW YORK HOTELS.
HOTEL _ ^
(■ST.DENIS^I
[BROADWAY and ItTH STREET 1
I NEW YORK CITY.
i
■ Within F.««y A***«* of Feery Pntet of
lu:.. rP t, n ,lf Hindi fmm W anam*k»r ».
minute*' «»Ik of Shorpln* Pluriel.
I
KO TRD FOR : F.arelleace
fortalile Atipolntmenta. Cnurte*ua Sert,
lec an t Homelike Sturnumllr*«
BOOMS SI.00 PER DAY AND UP
HUROPEAN PLAN.
Table d'Hote Breakfast 50e.
WM.TAYLOR 4 tSON,lnc.
ALKO
^ HOTEL MAUTl*mrE #
Mroioiway and 33rd Street.
1*
EDUCATIONAL.
Friends School
FOUHI H AND WEST STREETS,
WILMINGTON DELAWARE.
D*l*w-ar«'( InaJinz privat* srhool with!
*our«*a nt study flttlin* for «Uber collef«!
Co-educational. Excellen*
Tliorou».! Inttruclion. Small
roiit of individual uttcution.
f"^ ct ° 0 f r . , ^r,'d«»rt"S!l.,*~S)
corula l »ultool. All grades from Kindergsr
Pi.. Ci'Meg«. No loss of timu necensary
•tliHHgo of »ehooU. CertiAcale right !•
«II follege« which admit pupils on a mHooI*
During the Inst ten «csr» 80 per4
**nf. «f our grailuni*» b«ve entered th«1
leading higher ln»1 iiution«. Trnnsportattos 1
,»-u\idcd lot* the Young*!- children. The fln
gvienssliiin i«. rhe ^tnte with *pe<*!«| m
»du« t»rs for girls und boy*. Tuition mod»»
ai** bv renron **f endow Die Dt. lor fr#e iilw»
tratet ratalof, addrf»»
HERGCHf.L A. NORRIS. Prin.
busine««
cqulpuieui.
cl«»»«»
or
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t,n i
6 ( v
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rd.
Si
A
Wf*.
Table Linens Cleaned
Linen and embroidered
centerpieces and doilies, ■
cloths, ami napery m a «ieI
maculate. w, *b *jj* h '!l — ,t icltoa- I
s
tr BORNOT. BRO. ^CO..
yrearli Srourer« *»
716 Mxrket Street.

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