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CHARGE FRAUD
UPON EAGLES
Wilm!n£tonian Among Mem
bers Accused Of Misappro
prlating Aeries' Funds
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C OMMITTEE WILL
REPORT FINDING TODAY
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 24.—Charges
of grafting $9,000 from aeries of the
Fraiternal Order of Eagles were pre
ferred against Martin Gray. New
Haven, Conn.; Thomas C. Hays, New
ark, N. J.; B. F. Monaghan, of Phila
delphia. Pa., and Edward Krause. Wil
mington, Del., in the reports of the
grand officers and judiciary commit
tee presented at the executive session
of the grand aerie here yesterday.
» The administration forces, support
ed by Theodore Bell and his follow
ing. scored a signal victory over the
element said to be led by Senator
Grady, of New York, the Incoming
grand worthy president. In forcing the
adoption of the recommendation of
the judiciary comlttee that the
cused be tried by the combined judi
ciary and grievance and appealS-cora
mittee.
Earl Rogers, of Los Angeles a rep
resentative of the United Railways
Company, of San Francisco, and a i
leading criminal lawyer, was chosen I
to head the trial committee.
The opening day of the grand aerie
was controlled by the votes of an in
dependent element determined to de
cide on the merits of the questions
before the bod»v. Both the Bell-Her
ing, or administration, forces and
those purporting to be led by Grady
met reverses at their hands during j
the afternoon.
The trial of the accused men will
he open to the members of the grand
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PENNSYLVANIA
PERSONALLY CONttUGTEO EXCUKS.UNS
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Niagara Falls
September 7T21. October 5. 1910
Round-Trip
$10.25 irom Wilmington, Del.
Rale
SPECIAL TRAIN of Pullman Parlor Cara, Dining Car, and
Coach«E running via tha '
PICTURESQUE SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY ROUTE.
Day.
Tirket* good going on Special Train and connociine tr.-|n*. and good return*
Ing on regular train within FIPTBEN DAYS. Stop-off within llrah allowed
it Buffalo returning.
Illustrated Booklet and full Information may be obtained from Ticket Agents
QEO. W, BOYD.
General Passenger Agent
J. R. WOOD
Passenger Traffic Manager.
Tastes Differ "
But Not Regarding Ice Cream
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The poets used to speak
"crabbed age"—buT
that was before ice cream
was invented.
of
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Ice cream is the "touch
of nature" (or is it art?)
that "makes the whole
world kin."
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From baby to grandma,
there is just'one subject
that can be discussed with
absolute certainty of all
agreeing —and that's the
delicious quality of ice
cream.
tes^.
It certainly would have been celebrated by the poets—only it's
vulgar to " rhapsodize " on food. (Drink is different). No matter—
everyone is his own poet when eating ice cream.
CHOCOLATES AND BON-BONS
IF ITS
Govatos Ice Cream
It's Real Ice Cream
403
N. E. Cor. 8th ô
Market Sts.
M&rket Street
NOTE:
Watch for the announcement to be made later in this series of ads.
Tooth Powder
Dr. Lyon's
PERFECT
not only cleanses, preserves and
beautifies the teeth without in
jury, but impartspurityand fra
grance to the breath, removing
»nstantl^the^oroft^ac^
HOOPES SHOOTING TRIAL
postponed until Tuesday. The Inquest
'day.
aerie. It began at 5 p. m.. and is
expected to conclude early to-morrow
morntng. The report of the trial
committee will then be presented to
the convention to-morrow, in accord
ance with the present plans.
All of accused are making deter
mined defences.
Former Congressman L.
Handy, of Delaware, is here as coun
sel for Krause.
The vice-presidential contest is for
the time overshadowed by the prevail
ing interest in the investigations.
Approximately 1,400 of the 2,000
eligible delegates to the grand aerie
were on the floor of the convention
throughout the proceedings. *
Irving
INQUEST HOLDS BACK
James R. Hoopes, 12 years old,
charged with having shot and killed
Alfred Hanby, aged 12 years, was to
have been given a hearing in City
Court this morning on the charge ot
manslaughter, but pending the coro
ner's inquest, the hearing was further
will take place probably on Satur
Social and
Personal
Mrs. Frod Clark and daughter,
Edna, of No. 212 North Vau Kuren
street, are on a short trip to Atlantic
City.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ehart, of No.
623 West Sixth street, are on a short
trip to Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cullen have
been visiting relatives at Milford.
Mrs. G. W. Thomas has been Visit
ing friends at Laurel.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hlrkman
of this city, are taking a trolley tour
through the mountain section of
Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Cyrus E. Oakes is visiting her
parents at Georgetown.
Mrs. M. B. Hickman and daughter,
Miss Hilda, have returned from a
visit to relatives at Georgetown.
William Randolph Is visiting his
daughter at Newport.
Miss Anna Dickerson has returned
to Brldgeville after a visit to friends
in this city and Philadelphia.
Ottis Sterreti and Mr. Wickersham
have been visiting friends in Coates
ville this week.
Charles King, of Lancaster, Pa., is
visiting friends in this city.
Miss May Roberts is visiting friends
in Philadelphia.
Miss Margaret McCullin, Miss Bea
trice Wheatley and Miss Lcla Dorman
have returned from New York and a
Hudson river trip.
j from a trip to Atlantic City.
Mrs. Mary Phillips is spending her
vacation in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Elliott have re
turned from Goldsboro, Md., where
they spent their vacation.
Misses Mildred and Margaret Hy
( land are spending their vacation at
j Betterton, Md.
1 Harry Andrews is spending some
time at Betterton.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sparks of Phil
adelphia spent the week-end as the
guests of C. C. Elliott.
Mrs. Fred Collins and daughter
Florence, spent Monday in Philadel
phia.
Thomas W. Jakes-find family will
leave today for Ocean Grove, N. J.,
whore they will spend their vaca
tions.
Miss Ethel Smith, of Gordon
Heights, is visiting in Phlladel
pbixa.
Miss Daisy P. Jones of New York,
who has been the guest of Miss Helen
Crawford in this city has returned
to her home.
Mrs. Mary E. de Valinger has re
turned from an extended trip to Au
dubon, N. J., Wildwood, N. J., Fairlee
and Locust Grove, Md.
Mr, and Mrs. Levi McCaulley Fos
ter are spending a week at Atlantic
City.
Raymond de Valinger has returned
from a trip to Fairlee and Atlantic
City.
PUP® .,M|
Misa Celia Menton Is spending four
weeks with friends at Sparrow's
Point, Md.. 'and Atlantic City.
Miss Edith Morris of Baltimore, is
spending some time as a guest of her
aunt Mrs. William Thompson.
Miss Etta Thompson and Miss Ethel
Morris suspending ten days at Mt.
Gretna, Pa.
Miss Mary Agnes Earner is spend
ing some time with friends at Elam,
Pi.
Edward Bharpless and Maxwell
I Croscan. both oflChester, have been
I spending a few daVs with Wilmington
friends.
! James Lilly, of Chester, was a re
cent guest of Wilmington friends.
; Edward Harrison and Clarence
Wrlght bave returned to Cbeste- nf
ter spending several days with friends
In this city.
Foley's
Kidney
Pills
Strength,
What They Will Do for You
They will cure your backache, i
strengthen your kidneys, cor
rect urinary irregularities, build
up the worn out tissues, and
eliminate the excess uric acid
that causes rheumatism. • Pre
vent Bright's Disease and Dia
bates, and restore health and
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Refusa substitutes.
N. B. DANFORTH
Market and Second Sts.
Mias Vera Schupp, who has been
«pending a few days in this city, has |
returned to Chester.
Mr, alid Mrs. George Hollett were
the guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I
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Mr and Mis. Harvey Booth, of Un- ;
wood, were recent gueslsVjf friends In
this city.
Mrs. Cmma Stout and daughter,
Carrie, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
WUmer Ingram, of Trainer.
Mrs. Charles Rutter is spending
several days as the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Arthur Bostwlck, of
Trainer.
Walter J. Hartlove and Elwood Si- i
mons have returned from a week's
trip to Baltimore. ;
Miss Fannie Baker is spending her
vacatlon ln York, Pa. I
Miss Ada M. Rosin and Miss Madge 1
Beauchamp are spending a week at ;
"The Lexington," Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stout anil
daughter, Edith, are spending two |
weeks' vacation In New York. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wiley arc spend- j
Inc ten davs at Atlantic Cltv |
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To Go on Auto Trip.
Miss Lena Mamtneie and Miss Alice
Gardner will leave for Beaford lomo - -
row and from there will enjoy an au
tomobile tour with a party of friends
lo Ocean City, Md..
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Outing (Tub on Trip.
The Jackson and Sharp Cabinet
Shop's Outing Club will leave Friday
night for a Ashing trip to Wildwood,
N. J.. and they will return next Tues-
day. There are about twenty mem-
bers of the club and the trip will he
made by the launch Millville, In com-
mand of Commodore George Harney.
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On Auto Trip.
After spending several weeks at
Brandywine Summit Camp, Mr. and
Mrs. Mavrlee F. Alexander accom
panic'll by the Rev. and Mrs. - J. D. C.
Hanna, of Philadelphia, left to-day on
an extended auto trip. They will visit
Delawa*> Water Gap Cape May. Al
; i a ntlc City and Ocean Grove, N. J.
; rv s til r>xr writ I r>Aur
DAHLEN WILL LOME
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ollxONviEK. NE A I I EAK.
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NEM YORK, Aug. 24.—The an
i nonncem.nt by President Charles H.
! Ebbetts. of the Brooklyn team, that
" Bad Hahlen will manage the
tt,am again year. was a hit of
W8, come news to Brooklyn fans. De
8 P fte the fact that the Dodgers can not
finish better than sixth place this
year. Dahlen Is given credit for skill- I
I tul handling of the team. Brooklyn j
j has lost nearly thiry games this sea
son by one run, which means that if
the team had two or three really good 1
batters It would now be well up ln j
the first division.
Dahlen baa announced that he -ill
have a 25 per cent, better biting team j
next year, and the Brooklyns are j
again building hopes, the chief amuse- j
ment since the old Hanlon regime.
POLICE WILL CLEAN
UP STATION HOUSE
At the meeting of the Board of
Police Commissioners yesterday af
ternoon Chief Black was directed to
proceed with the cleaning and Im
provement of the police station. Tho
failure of City Council to fulfill a
promise to repair and clean the sta
tion caused the action.
The cells will be whitewashed, and
the sanitary conditions will be Im
proved.
The contract for painting the nine
ty fire alarm boxes and the fifty-two
police reporting boxes, was awarded
to James M. Bryan at his bid of $49.70,
which is 35 cents a box, Henry Hlr-f
zel was the only other bidder, he hav
ing made a flat bid of *55. The fire
boxes are to be red and the police
reporting boxes green.
TEMPERANCE FOLK
PREPARE FOR CONVENTION
The return and welcome of Miss !
Lillian Cade, president of the Kent j
County W. C. T. U., was a pleasant |
feature ot yesterday's meeting of the j
state executive committee of the W. C,
T. U., held at. the headquarters. Miss
Cade will not give her report as del
egatc from Delaware lo the Interna
tional Convention at Glasgow, Scot
land, until the State Convention In the
fall, but she told entertainingly of
her experience on the trip. ^
Only routine reports were given
yesterday. There will be a meeting
later to arrange for the presentation
of the comfort bags to the Battle
ship Delaware, and a meeting the sec
ond week in September to arrange
for the State Convention the last of
October.
The executive committee did not
consider the matter of Mrs. Long
worth and her cigarette smoking. A
number of the members say that they
do not think It any of their business,
although they do not thing it right
that she should smoke cigarettes, and
therefore the matter will not be
brought up before the committee.
Alleged Barn-Burner Caught
WEST CHESTER, Pa., Aug. 24.—
John Hicks, a negro, of Malvern, has
been arrested and lodged In jail here,
charged with being Implicated In the
burning of the barn of Robert Hughes
near Malvern, one night last week.
Stale Trooper Ely has been on the
trail of the negro for several days and
discovered him biding in a building
near New Centrevlile, in Chester Val
ley.
CHURCH FOLK
EAT MELONS
St. Elizabeth Parish Workers
Make Sur, cess of
Fesd/fll
tho y° u "K women of St. Elizabeths
parUh la8t ,1,ghl ' was ftUendwJ wltb
success which was most gratifying
The Watermelon festival given by
the young women and to the eight
hundred guests present The fete !
was given on'the church lawn, which
was brilliantly illuminated with lan
terns and electric lights. The tickets I
of admission Included a generous
slice of watermelon, and there were
cakes, candles and ice cream for sale. !
The chief entertainment of the"(
evening was dancing. A feature of
Interest was a fine model of tho bal
tleship Virginia, valued at *76. and
made by Mr. O'Connell, one of St. '
Elizabeth's parlshoners. Chances were
80 *d on the model, and will continue
"OW «nt» September, when It
wl „ be( . ome property ot lhe hold .
or of the right ticket.
ONE LINED 1 OR
STREET FIGHTING
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fight at Fourth and Walnut
8treetB laO> 1881 '»Rbt resulted In the
appearance in City Court this morn
* n K of Howard Bands and Walter C.
Woods, young men, charged with dls
orderly conduct I
Timothy Quinn said
*«K ®ltn »own and kicking his face,
Neither Quinn nor two other wit- j
nesses, however, were able lo say
that Bands had been directly eon- j
denied In the attack and he was ills- '
missed. Woods was lined $1 und J
coats. ' I
Bands and
Woods were In a crowd of fifteen
young men that attacked him, knock
COTTON AND COHN GROWING.
Weather Fine For Crops The Gov
ernment Bulletin Reports.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 -Through
out almost the entire cotton and corn
growing sections of the country
weather conditions during the past
week were generally favorable, ac
cording to the weekly weather bulle
tin ot the Department of Agriculture
Issued today.
"In the Atlantic Coast districts,
from the Carolinas northward, the
conditions were much improved," tho
bulletin slates. "In portions of New
there
till con
tinues. .Along the northern border,
from the Great Lakes westward lo
the Rock Mountains, only light show
ers occurred, and the drouth In that
sertUon remains unbroken."
York. Maryland and Virginia
was little rain and drouth St
-ft.
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HOHEN TELL
each other about our Re-Nu-It
system of cleaning and dyeing
suits afld dresses, after they
have tried It once,
why our business has grown to
such proportions In a short
time.
faction in knowing that any
thing you send here for clean
ing, from a pair of gloves to the
daintiest gown, will be return
ed with absolutely no harm
done to material.
Re-Nu-It Does It.
We make a specialty of clean
ing Men's clothing also.
Use I). & A. phone, and wr
will have the wagon call
promptly for your work.
That is
There's a lot of satls
E-NÜ-IT
SYSTEM
Wilmington
Steam Dye Works
206 West Fourth St.
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The Heritage
oj Weak l Eyes
How about your child's eyesight 1
You arc responsible for the eyes
of your child. Watch out for
frowns and squints. When he
reads or looks at a picture book
does he hold It too near or too
far? These little things grow
fast, but #n many ehses can be
overcome If discovered In time.
We Insist on Yonr Bringing
the Children in lo t's.
You may save them a Itfetirae
of strain and weak sight De
fects of vision never disappear
of their own accord, and in most
cases grow worse. It's a duty
you owe your child.
No Charge (or Advising You.
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S. L. McKee Optical Co.
Optometrist Optician.
816 Market St. Opera loose Bldg
We fit artificial Eyes.
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you are interested in a Dining Room Table,
been thinking of buying a table, or, if you ever intend to buy
a table, it will pay you to read the ad. Come down to our store
and sec the table. We feel sure you'll buy it then.
But if you have
This Massive Extension Table of American
Quartered Oak
Especially selected from thor
oughly seasoned stock, has a top
44 inches by 44 inches, with
rounded edges and wide box
rim. Top supported by extra
heavy pedestal and exception
ally handsome carved lion's
claw feet. Three extra leaves
go with this table. This table
should be compared with those
sold by others at $18. Our Au
gust sale price
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Saturday evenings only
213 Market Street
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NEW YORK. Aug. 24.—While there
wore many congratulations sent by
wire, letter and telephone to Fritz Au
gustus Heinze. the copper mtlliopalre,
over his announcement of his engage
ment to marry Miss Bernice Golden
Henderson, the actress, none was
forthcoming from Mrs. Lillian Hobart
French, the handsome blonde of Butte.
Mont., who figured last spring as the
associate of the notorious Mme. Diss
Debarr and Mrs. French Indulged lu
many psychic vibrations at the time
to keep Heinze, who was under Indict
ment out of jail.
Mrs. French sends no congratula
ACCIDENTS OF A DAY
The following accident cases were
treated at Delaware Hospital yester
day :
Bernard J. Houghton, 28 years old,
of No. 700 Spruce street, back and
arm contused, while at work at the
Harlan and Hollingsworth shipyard;
William Green, of the P., B. and W.
shops, had a piece of steel taken from
his eye.
William Snyder, aged 23 years, of
No. 525 East Fifth street, had the
toes on one of his feet crushed yes
terday and was treated.
James Corblt, aged 42 years, of No.
1104 Walnut street, an iron worker,
had one of l^s eyes dressed.
Open Bids (or Cops' Clothing.
Bills were received by the Police
Commission this afternoon for winter
uniforms and helmets for the mem
bers of the police force. Chief of Po
I lice George Black was asked to secure
I bids to be opened at the meeting of the
i next board meeting.
Fine on Mollir MrVelgh.
Charges with breach of the peace,
Mollie McVeigh was fined *2 and costs
I in City Court this morning. The com
plalnant was Ella Kelly, of No 1-)
Spring Alley, who said MollIC; while
I drunk, called her names. MW««.®"
no defense
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lions to the financier because she say«
she rather expected to marry him
herself. She was 111 in her apart
ments at the Imperial Arms, Riverside
Drive and One Hundred and Thlrty
eighth street, when a reporter called
there at her request yesterday, but
she looked quite fetching In her white
Itueu robe de chambre with Its pink
ribbon triming. Her golden hair was
massed high above her regular feu
lures and her large blue eyes had
dark, heavily shaded lashes. She
reclined beneath a snowy counterpane
and regarded the world frankly with
a jaded and sad eye.
Here to See Sick Sister.
C. M. Dill and B. E. Dill, of Terre
Haunte, Indiana, and J. K. Dill, of
Kent county, Md., were in Wilming
ton yesterday for the purpose of vls
Ring their sister Mrs, Anna Walls,
0 f Dover, who is in the Delaware Hos
pital suffering with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Walls has been criticaly ill, but
is recovering.
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(he money the trip would cost
Mrs. H —Yes, dearest, and now I can
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