WE ALL AGREE
no institution can be of permanent value to a community, if, in the conduct
of its affairs, it does not realize a profit.
WE ALL AGREE
(with our conscience at least) each consumer of any commodify should
pay a fust porportion of Ihe necessary expense Involved to supply his
needs. THIS is attained by various methods, each undertaking adopting
details suilabte to its business.
NOW THE REASON
an electric light and power company cannot lastly sell Its service and
energy as determined by Ihe reading ol a meter alone, is this. No two
patrons will make identically the same use of the money Invested and
expense incurred, which WE ASSUME to supply their needs, and good
business dictates that we shall give each patron his service at a price
carrying Ihe same percentage ot profit to us as the business ol any other
patron; not always theoretically possible; but we know onr revised rates
practically assure this condition.
told you his reasons for a high price when using his equipment only a
short lime, and his grounds for a low price when you use Ihe team
steadily. When he did so, be alio hinted at our reasons lor revised rales.
agree he was RIGHT; yon will agree we are RIGHT.
of domestic problems accomplished by electricity; STOVES 'for a foil
meal). Ians, irons, cleaners, sewing-machine motors are all good and
here lo slay. Gel acquainted with them.
Wilmington and Philadelphia Traction Co.
603 Market Street
Bpeci&l to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
Dover, Del., Aug. 24. — The State De
partment of Delaware yesterday is
aund certificates ot incorporation to
the Untied States Extractors Protect
tve Association, to "advance the in-T
toresls of firms and corporations In
extracting and recovering tax-patd
alcohol from partly iempty whiskey
. «-Big and other KttMIkprs," Thp
Aift is no" capl'ui's^rreSt? The
incorporators*are JoTn Ry^ N™
ark. N. J.; T. F. Little of Boston, Leo
pold Lange and S. C. Brett of Chicago;
Phllfp Publlcker, Ell Danes. W. Nell
^ n p®?ÄSia" ri A. P Ti!cker P o7a;vj
land. George H. McNulty and J. J.
Gilchrist of Pittsburgh, and K. J. Kira
1er of Dallas. Texas.
The Tarasuy Tea Company was In
corporated to buy. sell and deal In
teas, coffees, groceries and meats.
These incorporators are Wilmington
charter agents, and the capital stock
The M. B. Fahey Tobacco Company
was chartered to manufacture and
deal In tobacco, cigars and cigarettes.
These incorporators are William L.
>Heald of Wilmington: Oliver H. Perry
and George B. Dltchfleld of Chester.
The capital stock is $16,000.
The Associated Industries Company
was incorporated to engage in indus
trial occupations and promote and fos
jter other Industries. The incorpora
tors are Wilmington charter agents,
and the capital stock is $500.000.
The Hydraulic Oil Storage Company
of Maryland was chartered to build,
maintain and operate storage houses
and to construct warehouses and tanks
lor the retention of gasoline and oils.
These Incorporators are Wilmington
charter agents, and the capital stock
The Southern Farm Land Company
era« chartered to develop farm lands
end do a general real estate business
In all Its branches. The Incorporators
are C. H. Allen. J. T. More and Q 0.
Ennis of Oklahoma City; anl the cap
ital stock Is $600,000.
GREENWOOD, Del.. Aug. 24.—Wal
Isr Morris spent yesterday with friends
at the Laurel and Bethel camp
Walter Todd has returned from a
visit In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Lina Samson is spending her
vacation with her parents near here.
Miss Mollle Jones has returned to
her home in Philadelphia after spend
ing two weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Hayes.
Miss Evalyn Jones, of Wilmington,
31st to 32d Street
•00 with Private Bath
$200 per DAY
One Block from New
Peima. R. R. Station
Use Convenient fo Brand
Booklet With Tariff Schedule
Mailed Free on Boqnest.
is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Charles Isaac is improving rap
Wly from a long Illness from typhoid
Mildred Hayes is entertaining
company from Philadelphia.
! Hubert Wright, spent the first of the
ween with 1 hla family who arc staying
\ at the Laurel and Bethel camp
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ELKT0N ' Md - A >>* 24,-The Na
tlonal Flreproflng Company, of Pitts
burg. Pa., which has had an option on
the farm of 340 acres owned by
Charles R. Foard located just east
and northeast of Elkton, today closed
the deal, and the deed transferring the
property to the National Fireproofing
Company was placed on record In the
office of the Clerk ot the Circuit
Court for Cecil County. The pur
chase price is not given, but it is un
derstood to have been $22,000.
Clay of suitable quality In unlimited
supply has been found upon the farm,
which contains one of the largest con
tinuous deposits available anywhere
along the seaboard. The farm, front
ing for half a mile on the Philadel
phia, Baltimore and Washington rail
road. offers an Ideal site for one
of the concern's plants of which it
has 30 or more in various sections of
the country. Us large plant near
Washington, operated for 20 years or
more, had largely exhausted the sup
ply of clay available there and the
property was sold. The Elkton site,
convenient to nearby cities, impressed
the company favorably, and it is the
Intention to construct a plant employ
ing from 200 to 300 men. The cont
! pany manufactures material for the
interior of modern fireproofing build
1 lugs, such as tile for the floors and
walls terra cotta tubing and lining
for ceilings and partitions. It has
capital of $12 600.000 and produces 86
per cent, of the fireproofing material
used by builders throughout the
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAU
BR1DOEVILLE, Del., Aug. 23—Miss
Bertie Vincent has returned to her
home In Philadelphia after a visit of
several weeks with her mother here,
Mrs. Laura Vincent.
William Phillips, of New Haven,
Conn., is the guest of his parents
D. Lee Short and John Harris spent
yesterday at Laurel and Bethel
Miss Ethel May Pierson, of Balti
more, is spending two weeks with
Miss Rose Goldstein has reUirned
to her home in Wilmington after a
visit of two weeks with her father
Miss Anna Dickerson has returned
from an extended visit with friends
In Wilmington, Philadelphia and At
Ätvin Marvel spent Sunday and
Monday with hla parents at Sea
A number of young people here j
went on a strawrtde to Laurel and |
Bethel Camp last evening.
Bridgevllle Leads In Shipments.
According to the shipping records
of the Pennsplvanla Railroad Com
pany Bridgevllle sends out more car
loads of produce, etc., than any other !
station south of Wilmington. Seaford
and Dover follow Bridgevllle.
Delaware Battery Reunion.
The reunion of the First Delaware |
Battery, which is usually held on Au- !
gust 25 will be held later this year.
At present no date has been decided
by the members.
Hpeclal to THE EVENING JOURNA1
DOVER I tot Am. 9 1 ,,,,, , * ,
1 " KR ' Au * 24.—Chief .lus
'Ice Penmiwlll and Mra. Pennewlll will
1 leave on Friday or Saturday for a
Uwo-week's trip North
M 1 „tttio wti 1 ,
Mr "- Donovan of Wilmington.
accompanied by her son, William Don
ovan, and her daughter. Miss Lillian
™'adelphls. is on a visit at the
h0nU ' ( ? f *?*"?*'• I)an,cl McCoIlc >''
1 near Cowgill s Corner,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Lambertson and fara
lly of five children arrived In Dover
last Sunday from Los Angeles. Call
fornlu. and arc quartered at the home
William Marilndale on Delaware
a residence here,
They will probably take up
SEAFORD. Del.. Aug. 24.—J. B. Rus
sel. of Scranton, is spending two weeks
Miss Mabel Messick and Miss Mabel
Widdelle, of Pottstown, Pa., are the
guests of relatives and friends here.
Miss Bertha Mills, of Federalsburg,
is spending this week with Miss Mar
Linden Short, of Lewes, is the guest
of relatives here.
Miss Ida Price, of Laurel, spent the
first of the week with friends here.
Miss Juliette Williams has returned
from a visit with friends in Wilming
ton, Cheater, Philadelphia and Atlan
Charles Day. of Salisbury, is spend
ing this week at Seaford.
Miss Linda Holt has returned from
a visit with Salisbury friends.
James B. Bice, of Dover, spent yes
terday with Joseph Shipley.
W'ni im T. James, of New York. Is
this mouth with his parents
Miss Bertha \nt.ik r.f cva—.i w
„ the gue.t of Ä clÄ 7'
Andrew. Fleetwood, of Dover, srnmt
pan of this week with frlonrt« n,
Miss Helen Smith has* returned '
her home at Bethel after
visit with her sister, Mrs. Leonard
fine jewelry and
and telling all it knew about
It's not going to lose that
reputation by selling inferior
kinds—it won't even consider
them—BEST is the keynote.
Diamonds that are flawless
and perfect in color—rubies,
pearls and emeralds—super
ior w atches, chains, brooches,
pins and bracelets.
DEAD AT AGE
OF 91 YEARS
Mrs. Lang, Fifty Year Resi
dent of Red Lion Hundred,
Succumbs to Infirmities
NEW CASTLE FOLK
TO HEAR LECTURE
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
NEW CASTLE. Del., Aug. 24.—Many
persons from New Castle will go to
Delaware City to-morrow morning to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Bridget
Lang, widow of James Lang. Mrs.
Lang was born in Ireland ninety-one
years ago and for over fifty years
lived In Red Lion hundred,
sons, four daughters and grand and
great grandchildren survive her. Mrs.
Lang was a devoted member of St.
The program for the musical in
the K. of P. Hall to-morrow evening
includes solos by the Misses Reynolds.
^Irs. George Duncan. Albert Kirby
and Miss Myra Brown. The muslcul
feature will Include piano solos by
Misses Vera Gallagher and Miss Vera
Atkinson, while the McPike Orchestra
will also play several selections. Mr.
Matthew Pettlcrew. of Wilmington,
will alsp be present if he can get
The talk will be on "Peach Blos
soms and Roses, or a Trip Prom New
Castle to Portland." Over 300 tickets
have been issued and anyone who
wishes to be present is cordially in
vited to attend Ihe talk.
A strange colored man In the
northeastern section of Ihe city ere
ated some alarm last evening. He
was supposed to be demented. He
left the city after being here a couple
Dr. R. R. Roth will purchase a
Mr. and Mrs. George Rennie arf at
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boyce are vis
iting down state friends.
Miss Lucy Ford left yesterday for
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Leach are
In Atlantic City.
Every member of the Good Will
Fire Company. Is expected to be at
the meeting this evening.
Miss Vera Gallagher has accepted
a position in.Jhe duPont building,
Wilmington, as stenographer.
Mrs, Fred Baldt is in Philadelphia.
Wild west scenes are being enacted
by a camp of boys in the Sixth street
Contractor Hance is rushing the
work of improvements to ßchool
The $30.000 bond commission w-iil
take a trip to Inspect some streets in
order to obtain data that the people
may be informed of the cost of build
ing new streets here.
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
SEAFORD. Del., Aug. 23—Miss
Helen Rowe, of New York, is the guest
of relatives here.
O. Byrd Otwell spent the first of
the week with his parents at George
S. K* Thompson spent Monday at
John Reed has returned from a
visit with Harrington friends.
Miss Mary Kiggun has returned
from a stay at Ocean City.
William F Allen has purchased an
Miss Pauline Hubbard, of East New
Market, spent the first of the week
with friends here.
Mrs. Howard Joseph, of Smyrna, is
the guest of friends here.
Charles Van leer has returned from
a month's stay at Wildwood, N. J.
Miss Gladys Lane has returned from
an extended visit with friends in Wil
mington and Philadelphia.
Arnold Greenabautn has returned
from a week's visit at Wilwood, N. J.
SUSSEX NEWS NOTES.
A number of residents in and about
Seaford are building bungalows to
replace the' modern dwelling houses.
Two just completed are those of
Thomas Giles, In West Seaford, and
George Morgan, In North Seaford.
John P. Dulaney, a prominent mer
chant, of Seaford, Is a candidate for
the offre of Register of Wills on the
Democratic ticket of Sussex county.
Following after Milford, Smyrna,
Lewes and a number of other Dela
ware towns, Seaford, Laurel and
Bridgevllle are making efforts to have
a government building erected in the
Henry Dulaney, for many years a
miller living near Woodland, is said
to have invented ft new machine which
1 will remove the skin from a grain of
, corn without cracking the grain. The
( corn can then be used for superior
hominy and one firm also has contrac
i tod for the entire output of the ma
Improvements in the drainage sys
tem of Seaford have resulted in a
; great falling off in Ihe outbreak of
j Efforts are being made by citizens
I of lower Delaware to have the Penn
j sylvan ta Railroad Company slop the
northbound midnight passenger train
at Broad Creek to allow visitors at
the Laurel Bethel Camp grounds to
catch the train without driving to
j According to a report by the Qreen
[ tvood Board of Trade, a large box and
j rratc factory is soon to locate there
and will give employment to about
Farmers in the vicinity of Old Fur
nace are fearing an affective scar
city in labor at the coming fodder
Many of the farmers
lost considerable money In berries
this season because they were unable
to secure pickers.
mvr FOR SHORTCAKE.
Cut dough in generous biscuit size
j and proceed as with shortcake. This
prevents having pieces left over und
in case of absence of one or two
sons the biscuits can be used without
berries or left for several days.
Large Potatoes These.
j Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
DOVER, Del., Aug. 24—Colonel
Charles E. Treidler of State street,
Dover, got a prolific yield of Early
Rose and Irish Cobbler white pota
toes from the garden adjoining his
home. Some of the potatoes which
he dug to-day were large euough,
each, to fill a Quart cuo.
Dover's Board of Trade is
To Honor Father Waldron
Former Senator R. R, Kenney, Pro
fessor Alexander Crawford. Dr. A. W.
Llghtbourne. Superintendent of
Schools J. E. Carroll, Editor William
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
DOVER, Del., Aug, 24.- As It «111 lie
the first dinner function given by the
Dover Board of Trade, the banquet
committee of the board is preparing
for a big time on the occasion of the
farewell dinner to be given to the
Rev. T. F. Waldron at the Hotel Rich
ardson next Monday night,
Waldron, who is a member of ihe
board, has been at the head of so
many improvements in Dover that the
working members of the board though'
it proper to give the clergyman Hits
testimonial on the eve of his departure
for other fields of labor after a resi
dence here of fourteen years.
The banquet committee mot last
night and selected Former Chancellor
John R. Nicholson as toastmaster.
Chancellor Nicholson has accepted.
The following well known citizens
were selected to respond to the "Ten
minute Toast" on Dover's past, pres
ent and future.
Mrs. Elwood Cooper, of Wilmington,
i has been visiting her sister-in-law,
Secretary of State W. T. Smithcra,
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
NEWPORT. Del., Aug. 24.—Mrs.
....... . . . . ,
William King has been entertaining
Mrs. William Deakyne and chliuren
Helen and Marion of Chester, and
Miss Madge Wilson, of Wolwick,
Alfred Craig and W. F, Groome have
returned from a visit with their fam
Hies at Rehoboth.
Wllmer King, of Washington, has
been on a visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William King.
Clifford Hanna has returned from
Penn's Grove, where he has been
spending a month with his sister, Mrs.
Harry Webb spent Sunday with
friends In Baltimore.
Miss Elizabeth Garton Is entertain
ing Miss Lillian Duff, of Wilmington,
for a week.
Mrs. R. A. Cooper.
Miss Mary Scarborough and Miss
Laurena Hllyard who have been
spending a few weeks with friends at
Greensborough, Md., have returned
Mrs. E. Tazwell has been on a sjmrt
visit In Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. John Scarborough
have returned from Newark where
they have been visiting their son, John
Miss Nellie Hanna is with friends at
^M^Marcena^and M™daline Me
Farlaud, of Wilmington, have been vis
Ring Miss Marlon Workman.
Miss Elsie Lang, of Baltimore, has
been the recent guest of Miss Ada
Mrs. O, P. Frederick and daughter
Alice, have returned from Atlantic
Mrs. H. A. Dempsey and daughter
have been spending a tew days at
Clarence Malnsworth is spending
some time at Rehoboth.
Mrs. John Parvis and daughters
Madaltne nad Margaret, have return
ed from a three weeks' visit at Little
Mrs. John Harris and sons have
been visiting relatives In New Cas
Charles Dunlap and Miss Floy Fish
er have returned from visiting friends
in New York.
Owen Garton is on a fishing trip
with a party of friends from Wilming
Creek and Middletown.
MAY BUND HER
ELLENDALE, Del., Aug. 24—Struck
in the face by scalding water from a
bursting jar. Alice, 10-year-old daugh
ter of James Donovan, who lives on a
farm near here, was terribly burned
and, It is feared, will lose her sight.
The girl, in company with several
others, was playing at housekeeping
and had a fire in a toy stove, over
which they were boiling water in a
sealed fruit jar.
and threw most of the hot water in
the face of the girl, who was bending
over the stove at the time,
tense was the pain that the little girl
fainted and her companions summon
ed the parents to their blinded daugh
The jar exploded
Forty-eight Years a Railroader.
Forty-eight years ago last Thursday
Alexander Lord, one of Clayton's high
ly esteemed retired railroad employes,
began his railroad career as freight
brakeman under the management of
Et Q. Sewell, superintendent of the
Unless all signs fall he will reach
the five score notch.
Memorial to Bishop Lee.
A handsome memorial .-window to
the late Alfred Lee, first Bishop of
Delaware, has been placed In All
Saints' Episcopal Church, of Del
mar. It is a handsome example of
the decorator's art, and was made
In Austria. It represents the Good
Shepherd. The window was a gift
of Miss French, of Boston, Mass.
Workmen are BUSY This Week in Our
STORE. Finishing the MAIN IMPROVE
MENTS We Have Previously Spoken Of.
WITH IT ALL GOING ON
Our Force of Clerks will be Able to Wait on Your Needs—Carefully—
Just the Same. We still have some of the many Bargains left,which have
been taken advantage of in
ends September 1st, 1910.
Our Interior Improvement Sale," which
AND EYE FITTER,
Snulshury, Professor Wesley Webb,
Former Secretary of Slate James H.
Hughes und Arley B. Magee.
The members and friends of the
board - as all citizens to the limit of
2Q0 are invited to participate upon
the payment of the dinner fee—will
assemble In the parlors of the Hotel
Richardson, which, with the lobby of
the hotel has been placed at the dis
posal of the dinner guests by Dr. J
Q. Sharpe, proprietor, at 7.30 next
Monday evening. From 7.30 to 8.30
there will be a general handshaking
and a reunion of members of the
board after the summer vacation, and
an Informal saying of farewells to
Father Waldron. At 8.30, dinner will
be served in the spacious dining room,
while an orchestra plays in the facade.
The invited guests for this function
are Governor S. S. PeunewllI, United
States Senators H. A. duPont and
Harry A. Richardson, the Right Rev.
John J. Monaghan, Resident Judge
William H. Boyce, Congressman Wil
liam H. Hoald, Chancellor Charles M.
Curtis, Associate Judges V. B. Wooley,
H. C. Conrad and Daniel O. Hastings,
State Senators A. B. Conner, J. Her
mon Anderson and R. C. Barnard.
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
GEORGETOWN, Del., Aug. 24.—
I Mrs. ('vrus E. Oakes, of Wilmington,
L tho gm . 8t of her par ents. Mr and
Mrs. George Pettijohn.
Miss Ruth Coffin, of Laurel, has
been visiting relatives here.
Miss Veola Eckert, of New York
City, is visiting friends here.
Misses Grace Wilson and Lydie
Fox, of Milton, are the guests of the
Mrs. M. B. Hickman and daughter,
MisB who have h pp n spending
several days with relatives and friqnds
in this town * have returned to their
home 1° Wilmington,
Miss Elsie LeGates,, of Harrington,
is visiting Mrs. Ida Chase.
Mrs - Annie Musgrove, of Milford. Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. John T. Cal- |
MAPVI swn MPU/Ç MATTCDÎ I
ITlAnl LAINU IttWj ItlAlItKj
sold his farm to bis son for $10,000.
The trustees of Darling School have
appointed Miss Isabel Brown assistant
John M. Perry, of Ruthburg- has
^utty Hill residents have decided
to form a stock company and pur
chase up-to-date fire apparatus.
The Hartford County School Board
has appointed Miss Martha Grafton
principal of Locust Hill public school.
Lankford residents claim to have
seen a new variety of snake in that
section, as large around as a man's
arm and of a deep orange color, with
The Tolchester Steamboat Company
j wl1 ""
Refuse to Sell i unnery Tonmtoes I n
RelaUv, * s Arp Employed,
ELLENDALE, Del., Aug. 24.—Be
cause their wives and daughters are
not ,0 bp employed In the new can
nin « factory farmers will not deliver
contracted tomatoes and, unless the
farmers recede from their position,
,hp factory will be placed in the pc
i collar position of being ready to work
with nothing to put in the cans,
1 Tomatoes were Contracted for in the
1 spring, an annex was built to the
| factory, new machinery installed and
i everything was ready for a prosper
ous year. Bnt when the canning sea
son arrived the women In the town
and from the farms who expected
to make extra money by working in
the factory found that the owners had
I contracted for 60 foreign women. So
great was their disappointment that
the farmers do not expect to deliver
I the tomatoes unless the foreigners are
! sent back to Baltimore.
WEEK OF ALCIST 22
SA IT ROW KVKMMi
Balloon Ascension ever seen in Wil
KKK BAM) CONCERTS
and Young's Military band every
fiftornoon and evening, 'J.30, 4.30, 7.30 and
The Flying KunnelU each afternoon and
evening in front of the hand atand.
Every afternoon nnd eveninx. Admission,
10 cents. Thursday nicht Amateur nizht.
DAXCIXG EVERY EVEMMÎ
t*rnoons. 2.3u p. m. Liditi (ne evny lilir*
ftOOO ind p »iiiing, except Saturdays and
.. "nd Thur«dev and Saturday af
NOVELTY DANCES TtTFSDAT NIOHT
Good coa., '*«11 prepared.
Drs. Pierce & Cann
A NEW DISCOVERY
< Market SL
in vitalized air.
anyone, children a
feet çn the heart.
We will make your old plate over and
guarantee it not lo drop. $4.00.
We can give thia air to
* well as adults. No ef
JAS. T. Ml LUN 4 SO\S.
whether you are on the'
high seas or on land- a
blue serge suit is one
of the necessities. Plenty
of them here at $6, $7.50,
$8.50, $10 and $12. The
best, the newest, and
We have a big stock of
them, all sizes to 29 inch,
as well as the .62-ljich
off regular price.
$3.00 to $7, now $2.26 to
See our special $2.00
trousers. Boy's odd and
mixed trousers, 1-4 off
regular price. Closing
out prices in every de
Jas. T. Mullin & Sons,
6lh and Market.
rapidly advancing in price for some
time we recently had the extreme
good fortune of purchasing some fine
Although precious stones huve been
Diamonds, Emeralds. Pearls. Sapphires
and Opals at such low prices that we
* eel warranted in calling your atten
Uon to them. You will find this lot
especially desirable—good assortment
Of sizes and shapes, color fine, stones
brilliant and snappy: cutting the best,
Can be mounted in Rings, Brooches,
^Lavallières. Pendants, Scarf Pins,
buttons. Lockets or in fact iu any
thing you desire.
10 Par Cant, induction
On All Sale» During August
20 Pgr Ctnt. Reaction
*>«■ All Heia! Rags Ahnte $S.t1g Pur
| n g the Month of August.
*19 Markfil SI.
- ——t sit —,
C. F. RUDOLPH , .
MARKET AND FOURTH » STREETS
DIAMOND ICE '
Who's your Ice ManT
Fine Waffhei and leweiry Repairing.
All Work Guaranteed.
D. t A. Phone 5191
August Reduction Sale
25 to 50 per cent, re
duction on all
SILVER PLATED WARE
During the month of
Cor. 5(h & Market Sts.
PATENT YOUR IDEAS)
and m ake P
"HOW TO (ET THEN
JOSHUA R. H. POTTS
HO Ch— ■»» »U FhiUdelyEla
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