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COMPANY
• AGAIN SOLD
National Properties Company
Takes Over City Lines But
Purchase Price is Not
Announced
ELY SUCCEEDS CROSBY
AS PRESIDENT OF COMPANY
has s been
president of the Wilmington and Phil
udelphiu Traction Company for two
years, has resigned and sold all his
interests in the company to the new
owners. He expects to go to Asia or
Afrtca for travel at an early date.
T. W. Wilson, who has been assis
taut to President Crosby whilo nego
tiations for the sale have been going
on. will become vice-president of the
new company and will remain in ac
tlve local control.
It was asserted today that there 1 will
bo no change in the management, in-1
sofar as William A. Heindle, general
The property ofthc Wilmington and
Philadelphia Traction Company, in
cluding its line» in Wiimjiiglon, and
the trolley road between this city and
Darby; the Southern
company's line, and the electric light
monopoly in Wilmington, changed
ownership today. The purchase was
made by a banking group, consisting
of H. B. Rollins and Company, of New
York, and Newburger,, Henderson and
Loeb, of Philadelphia and New York,
for the National Properties Company,
which already own« several other
trolley properties. The president of
this concern is Van Horn Ely, of.
Pittsburgh, and ho will bo the presi
dent of the new concern.
Oscar T. Crosby, who
Pennsylvania
superintendent of the Wilmington and !
Philadelphia Traction Company and
liis able corps of operating assistants
ls concerned.
it was said that the new interests
have obtained a majority of the com
mon stock, but just how much was
not stated. The local end of the sale
was looked after by Scott and Com
pank, bankers of this city, w-ho are
largo stockholders in the local com
pany, but neither member of this firm
was seen today, both being out of the
city.
Beyond stating that the new people
had secured a large portion of the
common stock of the company Scott
and Company the local bankers in
charge of this end of the sale, gave
no further information and Just how
much money is Involved is not defin
Rely known, although the figure has
been placed at $2,000,000.
The local company is capitalized at
$0^500,000.
A statement was issued from that
olll'-i' however. It follows:
"The purchase of » large amount of
the common stock of the Wilmington
and Philadelphia Traction Company
as recently announced by Scott & Co.
of Wilmington,. Dol. v has been com-j
pleted. The purchase has been made
by a banking group^consiktlng mainly
of H. B Rollins & Co. of New York.
and Ncwburgcr, Henderson & Loch of
Philadelphia, and New York for the
National Properties Company which
already own» several other „roper
ties. The capitalization of the, Wil
mington and .'i.iiadolphUx
Company wil not be eniaiged. The
pu I chase "*'1 bring '"to the lo< al
management additional financial and
operating ability of importance f"d
assurca the full development of this
local situation. The president of the
National Properties Company is Mr.
Van Horn Ely. of Pittsburgh. He will
be president of the Wilmington and
Philadelphia Traetiqn Company. Mr.
Oscar T. Crosby having sold his In
terest lias resigned and expects at an
early date to go to Asia or Africa for
travel. Mr. T. W, Wilson now Assist
ant to the president will become the"
vice president and remain in active
local control. Air. Heindle and bis
aide corps of operating assistants ail
remain."
W. r. T. U. .MEETING.
The New Castle County W. C, T. U.
will meet in all-day session tomor
row in Wesley M. K. church. A noted
visitor will be Airs. Klla Hoover
Thacher. the national superintendent
of the work among the sailors and
soldiers.
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NON SUPPORT
VAI L/l/A 1 VII JL
I CHARGE LEADS
TO MORE TROUBLE
Prank Pyle, who was charged with
non-support ' of his minor children
yesterday and whose case was con
tinued in City Court until this morn
ing, was held under $500 bail hy
Judge Churchman for the Court of
General Sessions. Wilbur L. Adams,
representing Pyle, having waived
hearing, in sending the case to the
higher court Judge Churchman said
the question of supporting the chil
dren had to he considered and he read
a law which makes the failure to
support minor children after the
court so ordprs. a misdemeanor pun
ishable in case of conviction by a fine
of not less than $10 nor more than
$ 100 .
Judge Chm-chman suggested that
Pyle be arrested on this charge and
after Mr. Adams had objected. For
mer Judge J. Frank Ball, who repre
eented Airs. Mary J. Blest, the grand-,
mother of the children in the Or
phans' Court when she was seeking
custody of the children, told of Pyl»j
opposing his action. The defendant,
Mr. Ball said, did not even send
Christmas gifts to his children and
Judge Churchman said, "Yes, and >
know that a collection was taken up
in a church to buy them shoes."
Judge Churchman said that the law
making such a charge a misdemeanor,
gave a defendant an opportunity to
I support his children while awaiting
trial in the Court of General Sessions,
j and when such arrest was made the
] charge could be continued from week
| to week until the upper court could
| meet, providing of course, the defen
I dant paid for the children's support.
j After a consultation with the two
| attorneys, Pyle expressed a wllling
1 ness to pay the amount, due for the
j children's back board and also offered
j to pay for them until March, when the
j case would be tried. Judge Church
j man said that the court had no assur
ance that he would keep such a prom
1 jse, and after he was held under $500
bail for the Court of General Sessions,
on the original charge, Pyle was ar
rested on the other charge. The see
this evening,
Former Sheriff James Logue yes-|
tPr(iay afternoon purchased, at public]
salP , t j,e farm of the late Paul Oillls
j n New Cnatle'hundred for $17.728, or
$138.50 an acre, being the best price
p a jd f or (arm land here for years.
xhe late Sheriff Gillis purchased this
farm in 1896 for $10,400, but during
his life made many improvements.
The farm is in a high state of
cultivation Air. Ixigue is expected to
bring the farm up to a still higher
state of cultivation. He is a con
tractor, having 100 horses, and will
grow corn and hay for -these on the
property. The farm w ill also be used
as pasture for the horses. The farm
produces IB0 tons of hay and 4,000
bushels of corn a year.
laanniTinv wt'i'TIva
ASSOC IATION MKK i lM»
There are now three branches of
'lie Drexel Bible Association In \Ail
mingtou—the Men s Bible Class of SC
Andrew's Church having joined the
association at their genetal meeting
Tract.«,Mr. Wilson.
managlnK director of the Pl.iladel
phia Association, and Mr. Dobburn,
dp | d extension secretary, and address
pg .were also made by different meni
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KXPKAIN THK PKNTKTUUH.
ond case will be heard in City Court
GILLIS FARM
AT RECORD PRICE
H, Hillegas, deputy grand
chancellor of the Knights of Pythias,
will go lo Grubb's Corners this even-j
ing, with other grand lodge officers,]
and install officers of Alorning Star
Lodge. No. 9. there.
Andrew s
Interesting ad
was held in St.
vers.
K. Ol P. INSTALLATIONS.
Tn East Lake Presbyterian Church
tonight the Rev. Henry Cunningham
will speak on "The Penteluch, lts|j
Contents and Value for 'ffoday." After
the service, the monthly meeting of
the Sabbath School Association wilijj,
be held.
AID SOCIETY MEETING.
The monthly meeting of the Ladies'
Aid Society of the East Lake Pres
byterian Church wlti he held in the
church parlor tomorrow afternoon.
unir nun
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TOTS AGAIN
DESERTED
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Dying'of Consumption, Mrs.
Maharty Craves for Some
Delicacies
CHILDREN iN MARKET
FOK SPECKED FRUIT
Down on the east side tn the court
known as Grubb's Place is a little I
woman dying of consumption. The 1
little woman says her husband, How - j
ard Maharty. has again deserted her |
and their three children, leaving them
in two tiny rooms at Megary's Flats
They were Compelled to leave them
on. Friday because they owed a few
dollars for rent. Scarcely able to
walk. Mrs. Maharty was taken to het
mother's home where she and the
children have been cared for since,
as far as the mother was able to do
for them.
The children are aged ten, seven
and four and are all boys. The two
older onea are unable to go to school
because they have no clothing and
have been spending their time both
night and day about the streets.
Weakened by disease and mental suf
fering, Airs, .Maharty is unable to
control them and she has expressed
a desire to have them placed in some
home where they could receive not
only proper food and care but dis
cipline. Airs. Alaharty herself needs
nourishing food which her mother is
unable to provide for her as well as
medicine.
When seen at the home of her
mother. Airs. Powell, this morning,
the little woman told of her suffer
ings and trials. She had been mar
ried thirteen years, she said, and dur
ing that time her husband had ne
glected her, going dvtay and leaving
her, with the children, for months
without food or money. When her
health began to give way she was
dren and at one time, in Newark, |
when she was starving, she was com
polled to go to the almshouse for two
months until she could get back a
little strength and return to Wilming
ton where her mother and sister w'ere
living. Of late, she said, her husband
had been working in a morocco fae
tory in this city and she had been
able to get a few dollars a week with
* b £ b f ** Ml '
0 T u p " where Mrs Alaharty is
gta , jg „ ea) al)d ' c]can ' a lthou«h
poor and {|| onc of thogp districts
t)lat thp ma j or | ty 0 f p C ,mj e d G no t
know ex f 8 t8. It is doubtful whether
g j, p j iag niore than a few months more
( 0 || vp and g ] ie j g therefore, unable
do anything toward her own or
h er children's support. . She needs
m iih an( | P gp S an d clothing. This
morning she had sent the two little
hoys into the market place to see if
they could not secure some specked
fruit f or her. She said that she erav
P( j n so and they w-eer unable to ai
ford It and the children often got it
«ITD'T
ElfjHT ARE HURT
«IICKT TADC IJIT 1
WHEN CARS HIT
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f0r .J 1 f r .v W . ay ;u She px P la,n ^.
pathetically, that there was usually
a iü a n l an ,r ran8 ' ° r aD aPP
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PHIUADKLPHIA, Jan. 15-Eight
men were injured, one seriously, and
two cars badly damaged today when
a Chester Short Ulne trolley car.
bound for Kddyfttone. with about 100
workmen, crashed into the rear of
another on Island road, near Crum's
Creek. An open switch caused the
accident. Both of the cars w>ere earry
jjng employes of the Baldwin Uocomo
I tive plant at Eddystone.
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FI XERAI OF ANDREW
j g y -p| lp United p rP ss.
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!U M< KIBBIN.
The funeral of Andrew R. AtcKIh
bin, late of No. 414 North Franklin
street, look place yesterday morning
j from St, Paul's R. C. Church. Mr. Ale
j Kihbin w as for many years a foreman
n t bp Pmp )oy of the Harlan and Hoi
' ]( nKswor t b Corporation and was well
I known in the neighborhood In which;
r |j VP( ) Solemn high mans wa» said,
over his body hy Father Lowney. ns
slated by Father Carter and Father
Higgins. Father Higgins preached j
the sermon. The music wa§ of a high
order.
signr John A. Lyons, G., the Rev.
Father T. F. AValdron. the Rev. John
Connelly and the Rev. John Walsh.
The fumerai was attended by a large
number of friends of the family. The
floral offering were beautiful, inter
ment was made In the Cathedral
cemetery.
Air. AIoKlbbin is survived by his
widow, AlrSj Cathrine AleKibbln and
three children. Airs. Joseph Alenton,
John A. McKibbin and Cathrine Mc- 1
Kihbin.
HUMORISTS DELIGHTS TEACHERS
Edmund Vance Cook, the humorist
and poet, delighted a large audience
of the Primary Teachers' Association
and a number of their friends, last
evening, with interesting readings
from his own writings, which were
interspersed with delightful bits of
the wisdom and philosophy of "Nine
teen and Now."
A4r. Cook's subject was. "Nineteen
Hundred and Now." and he presented
it in a most interesting manner, as
suring his audience that the subject
■was thoroughly up to date in a
modern age which was characterized
by him as the most picturesque that
the world has ever known. On Feb
ruary 24, an interpretation of "The
Servant in the Hou«c" will be given
by Aliss Alargafct Stahl, who is noted
for her clever interpretation of plays.
In the sanctuary were
DUPONT UO. DISSOLUTION.
Today was the time fixed for the
I, K. duPont de Nemours Powder
Company to submit the final plan for
a dissolution of the companies con
•j-olled by it into three operating con
cerns. This may be done In the Unit
ed States Court here, but most likely
before the United State Circuit judges
in Philadelphia, it was said at the
local court this afternoon that noth
ing'had yet been done.
in* the Hibernian Knight« will hold
Captain .Iam*B
HIBERNIANS DANCE TONIGHT.
In Irish American hall this even
mllltarv hall. Captain James
yne? i» chairman of the commit-1
a
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lee on arrangement».
SICK WOMAN I Kits TO
END LIFE WITH RAZOR
Giving as her only excuse for slash
lug her throat with a razor, that she
could not sleep, Mrs. Mary Ziebcr,
aged 64 years, wife of Joseph Ziebcr,
of No. TOO Maple street, lies In a se
rious condition at the Physicians' and
Surgeons' Hospital. She almost sev
ered her wind pipe aud in addition at
tempted to cut the attery in her right
wrist, but missed It.
Dr, Klwood 1. Rogers was sum
moned to the Ziehen house early this
mornitig and put twelve stitches in the
almost severed wind pipo and eigh
teen in the terrible gash the woman
had made in her throat. The patient
TRAIN STOP ON
NEW HAVEN ROAD
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of tile Railway Automatic Ap
pliance Company w as held in the Ford
Building here yesterday afternoon.
The agreement with the DuBols iron
Works to manufacture the new auto
matic train stop which will be In
stalled on the New York, New Haven
and Hartford Railroad, was ratified.
The company expects to install the
new device, which is the patent of
E. Af. Cain and John Ua Barre, of this
city, former employes of the Penn
sylvania Railroad Company, on five
other trunk linos.
The follow ing directors were elect
ed: John E. I>u Bois, of Du Bois,
Pa.,; George Y. Schoch, Robert Mc
Colley, Frank B. Wooley, H. W.
Smith, Joseph R. Wllkerson, E. W.
Scarlet, all of Philadelphia, and U.
G. Gllck, of Wilmington,
elected were: U. Q. Gllck. president;
Howard W. Smith, of Philadelphia,
vice-president; Charles J. Wllkerson,
of Philadelphia, secretary, and George
The officers
The twenty-fourth anniversary of
the New-Century Club Is being cele
hrated today with appropriate
monies, of which the special feature
will be the anniversary luncheon
the Cub this afternoon
A • ar Be fi«»'ber of tickets have been
*? d f , 0r ,hn lanch<>on - which will be
b * lhe president* or their
r*P r0 aentatlvcs from the club« all
;" row * h tbe 8talP anri thß neighbor
big counties of Delaware,
* be list of noted out-of-town guests
"'bo are expected to be present at the
luncheon, are Airs. Rudolph Rlanken
burg, of Philadelphia, vice-president
of the General Federation of Women's
Clubs, and Airs. William Andrews, of
Washington, Ü. C.. director of the
General Federation of Woman's Club»
who will make an address relative to
h er line of work,
W. Scarlot, of Philadelphia, treasurer.
i-rri
At the bi-ennlai meeting held in]
Anap i M laBt Junc . wllen it wa8
decided to district the country and let
each director have a certain number
of states under her supervision, Mrs.
Andrews, whose district was that of
Cotumbia, took Virginia. Alurylund and
Delsware. ami will represent those
states at the meeting today. other
noted guests include Aliss Elizabeth
U)wry , progid , nf uf the Philadeiphia
Vp _, penturv rinh 1 Mrs Mnmrord
11*' M r s^ Oeorre Piersol also of
01R p " ?lso11 a,8 ° oc
J : .. n . n .
While In the city. Mrs. Blankenburg
, .. .. ...... . ,
and Mrs. Mumford will be entertained
by Airs. A. D. Warner: and Mr».
Elizabeth O. Robinson will entertain
Mrs. Andrews and Airs. Piersol.
CONTINUE CASE TO
ASCERTAIN GIRL'S AGE
"
This was the tia> fixet) I» General
Session Court for the trial of Harry
h. Middleton, colored. Indicted on a
charge of improper conduct toward
Anna Bierowska. a Polish girl, living
at No. 1128 Beech street,
James Saulsbury, representing the
defendant. MM that ÜM t.tsf he ton
tinned until the Alarch term. Mean
while he would endeavor to show
The de
ifgally (he age of the girl,
younger.
alleges s[ie is about 19 years
old, wlille the Stale alleges she is
pleaded guMty to i
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The case was continued.
Watsoa Mahan
driving off an automobile without the
consent of the owner. Holstein
Harvey, on the night of November 17,
but the cate was continued until the
Alarch term of court on condition
that Mahan would go to work The
Rev. John H. Alltchell and AVilliam
J. Hllyard gave Alahan a good repu
tation.
JANUARY 15, WAR
VET'S LUCKY DATE
.
Colonel John Wainwright Is eele-1
braflng today as his lucky day. Forty
eight years ago today he was wounded
in battle, but for his bravery on this
occasion he received three commis
slbns and a medal of honor from Con
It was during the battle of
He was then a dash
With about 300
HHBB BQHPB HPH
In small boats to the shore while the
Union gunboats held the enemy under
a heavy fire.
gross.
Fort Fisher,
ing first lieutenant.
picked men noted for their courage
and skill as marksmen, he commanded
sn expédition party that was conveyed
This was on January
m. ... .. r »i.
rations. On January 15 a charge was
made. Colonel W ainwright *«• ,
wounded in the right shoulder but
gamely kept on with his men and later,
with but n handful of them, secured
a strategic position on a 20-foot
parapet and engaged in a terrific
hand-to-hand struggle with the enemy, j
The gallant lad held tie posltlon for
six hours, but finally surrendered to
overwhelming odds at 9 o clock tfat
night. For his bravery that day. Col
onel Walnw right's name was men
tloned in the official reports. His
bravery w as brought to the attention
of President Lincoln, who appointed
film captain and later appointed him
«.». ««r... .0.« Mm . mp *l.l
of honor. " -* -
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C'ongrcHB voted him a medal
I lu* Governor ot Pennsyl
vanla also appointed him lieutenant
colonel. w«i«wrr*Bri»t
colonel Colonel Wainwright was '
mustered out of the service ou Janu-jThe
ary 15. 1885.
was then removed to the hospital in (
The woman slashed her throat and i
wrist as she lay in bed beside tier j
husband. Hpr struggle for breath 1
awakened her son John, and badly !
scared, he called the doctor, The ex- I
cltomenf awakened Mr. Zieher )
Mrs. Ziehet- has been sick for sev
eral week*.
Tn Superior Court today argument
The summons case
the Phoenix ambulance.
This afternoon, it was said, she has |
a chance of recovery, despite the aw-- i
ful gash in her throat. Should she 1
recover it will be probably due to 1
the timely arrival of Dr. Rogers who I
was at the house soon after he was 1
summoned.
AFTER NEW TRIAL
MRS. UNDERWOOD
for a new trial in the case of Atra.
Sadie C. Lupton vs. Mrs. Gertrude
Underwood was heard. J. Prank Ball
represents Mrs. Underwood and Dan
iel O. Hastings and Richard S, Rod
ney appear for the plaintiff, Airs. Lup
lon.
At the recent term of court Mrs.
Uupton was awarded $4000 damages
.against Mrs. Underwood for aliénât
ling the affections of her husband,
Ralph C. Uupton, real estate broker.
Reasons for a new trial was that the
Verdict was against the evidence and
the law and that testimony which
should have been admitted for the de
fense was barred. The argument will
occupy the attention rtf the court the
greater part of the day.
CONTINUE CASES
FOR SETTLEMENT
There were-four cases calendared
for trial In Superior Court today bui
pone was called,
appeal of Stanley W. Salamon, d. b.
Julius
was
The same
disposition was made of the case of
Harry H. Haywood vs. Jacob E.
Kohn, trading as Jacob. Kohn and
Company. * *
The defendant below confeeaed
judgment for $117.60 tn favor of the
plaintiff below in the case of Louis
A Hiilersohn vs. Morris Rosenberg,
P b. r.
A continuance was granted in the
ease of the Vita Phone Company d,
b, a. vs. George M. Davis.
Hugh M. Morris, of Saulsbury and
Morris, reported that the case of the
Philadelphia I.amp Manufacturing
Company vs. The Delaware Marinq
Supply Co., would not be read? for
trial at this term of court. The Delà
ware Trust Company intervened It»
the Court of Chancery and asked for
a restraining order against proceed
ing in this case. Now the Delaware
Trust Company has withdrawn its ob
jections and the case comes back to
the Superior Court, There is about
$600 at stake in the suit which grows
out of the sale of lamp fixtures.
continued for*sottlement.
WANT CITY SCHOOLS
AS SOCIAL CENTERS
'
]
) Referendum Ueague and labor nrgan
| izatlons are considering the advisa
; biitty of starting a inoiement having
M OI i object the allowing of the High
f c " 00 * auditorium for public meet
! I'* 8 I hose who were present al
lhn rno^tlng of the Wilmington Civic
AMOclaUon laM •'«'"'"K a »'l heard
Mayor Donnely. of Trent!
I* 1 »* the school buildings
Aiembers of the Socialist
party,
declare
ould be
the social centers, declare That this
plan gllould bp llrioplPd hpr<1
1
PICK DATUM KOK RAUES
The regatta committee of the Wil
mington Yacht and Automobile Club
met at the home of Kdward R. Pussy,
rear commodore of the club last even
ing, and selected date» for the com
ing racing season. These Included
the dates for the duPnnt races as well
a» those for THH EVENING JOUR
NAL and The Star cups. The dates
will be referred to the committee of
the Delaware River Yacht Racing
Aasociation on January 21. /
MADE LOCAL MANAGER.
Anthony Onesti, a well and favor
ably known practical tailor, of Ihis
city, has been made local manager of
the U. S. Woolen Mills Co.'s Store, at
4f7 Market Sirrt^. succeeding 8 H
Mr. Onesti Is
branch of the
Zlnberg, resigned.
familiar with every
tailoring business, In addition to being
'a first class business man he is a thor
oughly capable cutter and fitter.
MOKE GOOD TEMPLARS
J. R. Houck, grand chief templar
of the I. O. G. T., visited Wilmington
Lodge No. 174, last, evening when
«everal candidates were received.
Famous "'Pint of Cough
Syrup" Receipt
-
Make a plain syrup by mixing
pint of granulated sugar and % pTi
X« Better BrmrJr at Any Price.
Kullj Unaraotecd,
one
nt of j
warm water and stir for two minutes.)
Put 2Vi ounces of pure Pinex ( fifty
cents' worth ) in a pint, bottle, and fill it;
_ This gives
a family supply of the best cough
. p at a saving of' $2. never spoils.
'Jake a teaspoonful every one, two or.
Ahrce hours. , , , , I
U p with the Sugar'svrup.
you
svrup
. The eff«*iven«a of this aimphi rBmfdy
obstinate cough in 24 hours. It tones
up the jaded appetite and is just laxa
tive enough to be helpful in a onugh,
and has a pleasing taste. Also excellent
for bronchial trouble, throat tickle, sore
Jungs and asthma, and an unequaled
remedy for whooping cough
Jhta recipe for mining cough
honfv " n f, ^ ^ favorite' in
thousands of homes in the United States
aml Canada. The plan has been imita
ted, though never successfully. If vou
try it, use onlv genuine Pinex, which is
the most valuable concentrated com
pound of Nbrwav white pine extract, and
[* Hob in, gnaiscol and all the natural
h p ahng nine elements. Other prépara
and croup.
remedy
or j>rornr»tîv refunded. jroe«_wftlJ
this mdpe.
Your druggi«t has Pinex,
or will get it for yon. Tf not. send to ;
Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
III ta ii srnprn
JrtlL /iriu\
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j
RIOTOUS NIGHT
Odessa Officers Are Fired
Upon and Beaten by
Negroes
4 -
Middletown, and Constable John W.
Dickinson, of 8J. Georges hundred
yesterday afternoon removed to Wll
tnlngtim and later took to the county
workhouse five young colored men
"ho were arrested there as'a result
of » »'tot in Odessa on Saturday night.
1,1 I' 10 course of which two police
men were roughly handled by a crowd
of negroes.
The prisoners were Harry Honey,
who is to serve thirty days for as
sault and battery on George Segars,
and who also was held in $200 bail
for the county court on a charge of
threatening to kill Klwood Dulin, po
liceman at Odessa; John Kdward
Watson, who was held In $200 hall
for court on a charge of assaulting
Policeman l,ee R. Cochran, of Mid
dletown and was held in additional
$200 hail on a charge of interfering
with Constable Dickinson; merman
Honey, Wallace Wright and John
Honey, each held In $200 bail on
charges of disorderly conduct and in
citing to riot. They were given a
hearing yesterday before Magistrate
Cox at Middletown who held them
(or court.
Constable Dlcklntton with Police
man Cochran went to Odessa on Sat
urday night to arrest Harry Honey
on an old warrant. Shortly after they
caught Honey a crowd of negroes
rushed to his aid and tried to wrest
him away from the policemen. OITlcei
Doolln, of Odessa, dashed to the aid
of the assailed officers The negroes
were armed with clubs, revolvers,
guns aud razors. Officer Cochran and
Officer Doolin were struck several
Hines with clubs by the negroes, and
both had their heads cut, but Consta
ble Dickinson, who is advanced in
years, escaped being struck, although
he was Jostled about.
During the disorder some of the
negroes fired revolvers, and one of
the bullets
Chief of Police H. H. Hilyard, of
a on
Dulln's coat but glanced off and did
no harm. Honey finally was hustled
into the carriage of Dickinson ami
Cochran and waa driven to Middle
town.
After Dickinson and Cochran drove
away the negfoes pounced on Officer
Doolln, who beat them off with the
butt of his revolver and dashed,to
ward a hotel The negroes threw
stones and chunks of wood ar him
«"d one missile injured his arm. He
escaped further injury by dashing Into
the hotel.
Since then Constable Dickinson,
Chief Hllyard, Cochran and Doolln
' iave been on the lookout and have
arrested five who were in the crowd
sod expect to get several more,
Cough,Cold
SoreThroat
Sloan'» Liniment gives
qubk relief fur cough, Mw,
hoarseness, sore throat,
croun, asthma, hay fever
and bronchitis.
HERDS PROOF.
Mr, Ai.nr bt W. Pme», of rrwtonls,
Kan., »rile, : 11 Wo 11»« klunu'« Linl
n:-nt in tIn, fnmlly and Sud It an «x
ovllrnt rell,f for oolrt, ami hay lar«r
attack». It »top» o.ciching ait.l
iug Himoat itutautly,"
IUHI
SLOANS
LINIMENT
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mm. !.. Rscwra, of Mclello.Fl».,
wtHps: " T bought on« bo(t|i nf your
Liniment itdM
Id# world. Mr thror » w««v#rv»urq,
aud il cured me of mj trouble,'*
• 11 the g not I in
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
Ma. W. II. PT«*>n«., 3?:i Ebnaeod
Arann*,. CMVani, 111 , wrl»**': **A llt
»1* hov n„»f (tnor h«4 nroi'p. t *»»•
the mother B'oan'a Liniment t.p try.
She gat# him three dr.on e igar
before going to lied, and be got up
without the croup in the moruiitg."
Prloo, 25c.. BOo., $1.00
Simm'*
Treitt».
on the
Hors«
sent tree.
Adrfrtta
Dr.
EarlS. Sloan
•mb
Boston,
Miu.
IS
1
J WmA
At
Special Reduction
On ail Silver Novelties, Manicure Sets,
Toilet Sets, Military Brushes, Clothes
Brushes, Mesh Bags, Jewel Cases. Shaving
Sets, Ltc, A big saving on Tine Quality
Goods.
JEWELER.
No. 9 East Seventh Street.
Otto M. Burkhard,
-r
CINDERELLA DANCE
MISS MARION McEWAN
Invites Pupils and Friends lo attend
Second Annual Cinderella Dance
Wednesday Evening, January- 15, 1913,
EDEN HALL,
Commencing 8.30, I*rompt.
Music by Nock's Orchestra
l*rogramme Dance.
I
)
CASKS ark ( »mim i;n.
The case* of the three men arrested
and
Brldgcville
Greenwood,
charged with violating the internal
revenue law« by disponing of intoxi
cating.liquods without paying the gov
at
animent tax of $26, have been post
poned by Commissioner' William O.
Jdahaffy, before whom the defendant«
are to be ar aigned for preliminary
hearing.
The ease of A H, Willen and .lame*
Rllley, both of BridgevilTe, which was
o have come up yesterday, was post
poned by Commissioner William G.
o'clock, and the preliminary hearing
of Henry Willey of Greenwood which
was scheduled for today, will taka
2 20
place on Friday afternoon, at
o'eloek.
'
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BUSINESS SUITS
FINK SUITS
$1! to $22.00.
Eiery size for men and young
Ml' II
85 In 50 Chest.
Regulars, stouts, slims, shorts,
longs stouts and extra sizes.
PLENTY 01 FINK ONES
$11.25 to $22.50
Our regular $15 to $20 suits
in browns, greys, blue greys and
neat black and while silk mix-,
lures.
DON'T H VIT
until sizes are, broken and the
best, are gone.
COME M»"
while there Is plenty of them.
ODD TROUSERS
Special sale at $2. every size
31 to 44 waist, regular stork
now $2.25 to $4.50, were $3 lo
$7, sizes 31 to 52 waists.
JAS. T. MILUN & SONS
6th and Market
Rats, Roaches, Bugs
And all kinds of vermin extermi
nated under a guarantee by our
infallible method.
All goods guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction.
Write to us and we will send
you our expert exterminator or
will send you the goods desired.
VDDHKSS
Exterminator,
~HÜmin|)loB. Drl,
The same preparations used by
the V S. government in New York.
HINTING
1 3
All Kinds
;; Moderate Prices :
CHAS. H. GRAY
11 E 8th Streets .71
Now Open
The only hotel at the
picturesque East end of
Bermuda, where Barra
aiid
a re
Amhorjack
u neq ua lied
cuda
fishing
in the world
SI. George Hold
Now operated hy the
Hamilton and Princess
Hotel interests. Fiona
const ruction, complete
ly refurnished anti reno
vated.
Every conven
ience. comfort, the cui
sine and rates of $3.60,
$4, $5 per day Guaran
teed.
ST. GEORGE CO. HOTEL.
Under entire new man
agement! of
ALLAN P THOMPSON,
B-E-R-M-U-D-A
N. Y. Office Resort Bureau,
imperial Hotel, N. Y. City._

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