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Wants, Notices, Proposals, Rooms hr Rent, Sales, Real Estate and Business Opportunities
HELP WANTED—MALE
A n advertisement in tu«
EVENIN'»? JOURNAL. IS AN
advertisement in tub
HOME THE EVENING JOURNAL
18 READ IN MOHR HOMES
EVERY DAT THAN ANV OTHER
DELAWARE NEWSPAPER
NO. CIO west
fcbni I2t.
CANVASRKS WANTED. CALL
No. 4. Jenny Bldg.. No. fi34
febl4 in
r ANTED— OOOD ERRAND BOY
' 311 Madison 81
1 ANTED—riPTY MEN TO
„Kaveri for Sc. Hair ml, Dir
il Volgli, barbel. No. 5( 3 Walnut atrecl.
/ebl71m.
BARBER.
anted
Second Hi.
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NO.
W
feb26 3«.
GET
John
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KAUM
Apply
febsr.-4f.
-- ANTED— SINGLE MAN ■
band. Mual hr able to milk
tinea Sanderann, EUuiera, Del
\v
anted errand boy. over
yeam of age. Georg* Hsrdmstle. N.*
a\1 Shipley pt. fel>28 8t.
14
\V
r IPDI.B AfiKD MAN tMI will " 'NT
Experienced, capable.
M
work on farm. ,
Address A-89. Evening «Ion
feb27-0t
reference.
Office.
OYH WANTED—MUST HE I« YKAHH
of ago or over. Apply Electric He««
mid Rubber Company, over Rlav
bridge
B
th street
feb28 31
r a w Tkf>— LÎV ELY MAN 'TO COLLECT
Apply M. K. Byson, No. .308
feb2T8t
\\
debit.
Equitable Bldg.
1 If ANTED—A OOOD IN VESTMENT OPEN
VV for a few subscribers. Has an earning
capacity of #50 to $125 on a $200 Inveat
ment. Send letter for further particulars
We require no money until thoroughly
▼estigstsd by you. Address M-59, Evening
Jan29 eod lui.
-
Journal Office.
MKCKANIO—MUST
pariattcafi tnnn, t
and inamifac luring.
ANCFACTURINO
b. thoroughly
i mental work
, «ober man, with gnofi referme««
If appUeaiian ie mail« by letter,
» must «täte age. experience an<l
rtcil. ntberwn« cannot recelra si
the Alexander Mlihiirn Uo.,
W. Baltimore Bt,
M
«In
tine expc
0|ll • 11 I
need appl
it posillvel
wage* exp.
lent mo
Nos. 1421
Mil
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Baltim
fch26 3t
HELP WANTED—FEMALE
ÎÏ^OMP^OANv ASSERS WANTED. CALL
\)f •« Room No. 4, Jenny Bldg,. No. 834
Call evening*. febl4-lm.
Market Ht.
DIAMOND TKA CO.,
Ninth and Sprue.«
**1 an CRT 8CO, 22r.
7»»5 King street, ■
at recta, Second and Adarua alreets. Jan28 Im
C
GENERA Ij
N o. 402 Wuat
febk'fl tf.
FOR
Ilf ANTED—GIRL
housework.
Twenty-ninth St.
Apply
t«T ANTF.D GIRLS FOR ALT. KINDS or
\\ hnuaewnrk. Apply Kml Bide Inlel
ligen«-« om,«. Ne, 406 Lombard St, fah.n Im.
LIGHT WORK. GOOD
Manufacturing
feb28 2t.
ï ÎRLH WANTED
r pay. Apply Diamond
psny, Fifth and Wad mat His.
f
t
. BTAMF8 WITH CNF FOUND MON
DIAMOND TKA
50 tana Coffe«, 86c.
CO., 706 Kin* atreet Ninth and 8jni«S
atreeta, Second and Adam« alnwts. jan28 Im.
vir ANTEIV WOMAN FOR COOKING
W snd general housework with reference.
Address F 47, Evening Joui
fehl? tf.
hmnll family.
I
— ANTED- 500 î. ADI EH TO ATTEND
. . srsky's gn at economy sale of drygoods
•nd gentlemen** furnithing*. Apply «. L.
Corner Fifth an«l Madison Sts. 1*1)2 0 -Uw .
1 AD1K8' DEPARTMENT OF THE BELT
I t Drug Store, Seventh and King streets.
Open .bnly. 8 k. m. to 6 p. in. Mrs. L. B.
Hi,vis in attendance; téléphona your wants,
m p del»\ rics. J8 tf
w
TO CALL
A l
r ANTED I. ADI KB
lic t'M Drug Hiore. Corner Seventh and
y afternoon this week to
of ** Lancaster County
VN
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author
k Hook," and hear explanation of
feb'26.28 marl.
I jilted
HELP WANTED
(ivs AND G1KI.B WANTED AT THE
14 yeara old and upward.
n Mills,
ml8 tf.
B
Jute Work«.
M. sdy work. Apply Wilmliigto
r Eleventh street Bridge
'
r MTTERH AND CROCHETTKRH
fine hand ma«le Afghan«.
Beat prices. Send sample of
No. 33 South Sixteenth street,
feh27 2t.
K
perienfj-d
tees. etc.
r work.
Philadelphia, Pa.
A1LWAT MAIL CLERKS WANTED
for Parcels Post. $90 month. Thou
sand« needed. Wilmington examinations
May d Sample question* and coaching sent
Krankliu Institute, Dept. 40 B. Roches
feb8-2ni.
I!
free.
t.-r, N. Y.
0COMOT1VK FIREMEN AND BRAKE
j men for nearby railroads Wages $80 to
over $100 monthly. Promotion lo engineer, con
Age. 18 36, experience unnecessary.
No strike Railroad Employing Headquarter».
Rushing business. Many hundreds of men
employed monthly. State age, *.<nd stamp.
Railway Association, Box 227, Evening Jour
nal Office
I
ductni
feb8 Im.
"SITUATION WANTED—MArX
r WTED—POSITION AH DRIVER OF
' light wagon. First class reference.
630 East Seventh Ht
fcb26-0t.
EXPERIENCED
3 NGÎNEER
I eten
\% n h
electricity, desires situstior
Address A 84, Evening
feb26 61.
K
and
city or country.
a I Office.
iTTI
r ANTED- POSITION AS UHAUFFEl R:
entirely reliable; 12 y«*ara' expert
e in New York city Familiar with Wil
u aud Philadelphia street« Horace
Î. No. 500 Adams St feh28 31.
to
ROOFERS
\1T HEN DISSATISFIED TRY EXPERTS
11 Tin and tar roofing, spouting and
tewart. No.
sheet raetsl work.
11« Tat nail street.
George B
Phone 5079A. jan28 Im.
\l r . E. WILLIAMS Ca
11 So. 821 Oranga St. Roofing, Spouting
sud Heating Metal sod composition roofing
Hot Air Heating and Ventilating Repslr
ii'g promptly done. Phone- atSlyr
sm VP IKON. STEEL AND METAL
I I I GHENT CASH PRICES PAID FOR
I I «t rap iron, »tee! and m*tala. rubber
Wilmington Iron an«1 Metal Co.,
Market and O atreeta. janBl-lyr.
slid rope
I f I GUEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR
I I srrgp iron, steel and metal», rubber
Auto tires i «penalty,
v srd Stirlith, No. 224 French St.
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janSI-lyr
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ROOMS FOR RENT
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(iVIMNu JOURNAL i6 AN
ADVERTISEMENT in THE
HOME THE EVENING JOURNAL
IS REAL IN MORE HOMES
EVERY DAY THAN ANT OTHER
Il E L A W A R * N EWSPAPES.
A
[(JOMH
f«b:e i jt
KENT
W. Fourth Hi
F \ i:\ISIIKD
NO
F"!
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3 OR RENT — FURNISHED ROOMS,
gentlemen only No. 1810 King *'iret
1
j
CeblO lui.
I jt OR RENT
7 «08 V«n
I N OK KENT—THUKK ROOMS.
Lombard atffgftt. I
OR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM
$16 Madison street. fehl I I....
I» I8HI D HOUMH FOB GENTLEMEN
F only. No. 1 W. Eleventh Ht.
Ff Jwymi tKn ROOMS.
jftDgO-l
NO.
lime
street.
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692 <
FURNI8HKI
ROOMS. _
feb2.*» Ini.
F
NO.
mge. Ht.
J IC EI. Y FURNISHED, HEATED ROOMS
i with or without ooard. No. 8<»8 W'vst
feblOim.
N
street
I N OR REN T
front rooms.
4M ark et Ht.
NICELY
Heat, electric light
feb22
17 URNI8HKD ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR
1 buainraa penpt« Warm, light and cosy
No. Ill West Ninth »St. ml tf.
MUM SHED
Nu.
1 JJ
IRARD—006 AND «09 RACE STREBT.
Philadelphia.
Gentlemen only.
(i
Room«, 26c. 85c, 50c
maylfi-lyp.
EAST SEVEN?. H BT. KITftNISHFD
room,; bath, for light u'imkiwp
<18 If
100
lag
1 7 URNI8HED
rooms. Second floor.
J No. 927 Van Buren streat.
|7 OK RENT—TWO FINE UN FUR
1 nished rooms for light housekeeping. In
qnDe No. 8 East Seventh street
N r TURLY
second floor. In private family,
ly. No. 1210 Weal HI.
s«.™».* ssöäi
Wc.vi j
UNFURNISHED
All conveniences.
«•U
febOlra.
fab7 lui.
FURNISHED FRONT ROOM.
WÊÊL Gentle
feb 14 lia
11 » <t
|7 OR RENT
Jl fnr h«»u»ckeepiiifc;
street.
701
No.
frb21-lm.

FUR
NICELY
WEHT HT RE ET.
n with steam heal, amia
feb 2 I In»
501
blu fur Iw
, with plum«.
AL»<
,5 OU RENT—FURNISHED ROOM,
remua foi I «a
•MO Ksat Seventh street.
I
No.
i
febM tin
FURNISHED OR UNFUR
No. 818 Shipley Hi .
febJO ln«.
1 7 OR RENT
nished room«,
icond floor.
5 URMSHFD ROOMS FOR HOUSE-KEEP
1 ing and lodging. Heat and Hath.
280 West Ht. feb27
KI \<i STR Ki I FURNISHED
apartment for housekeeping.
feb20 end 1 w.
I
No.
010
507
w rbt fifth mthkkt, fur
nished rooms; also store for rent.
feb2I-codlm.
17 OR RENT
J for gentlaftaa.
street.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
No. »10 East Fourth
frb'JO m.w.f
HOARD AND IX)DGING
OARDKRH WANTED. PRIVATE FAM
lly, No. 1326 Market SI. Iob26 9t.
ANTED—HOARDERS.
Sixth atroet.
B
W
NO. 410 EAST
foblO-ltn
NO. 404 WEST SEVENTH
feb7-lm.
CARDING.
street.
B
OARDINO—BY MEAL. DAY OR
week, with or without room«. No. 406
Poplar atraet. fabll tm.
two t; hoarder* wan Fed
I Second «lory front room. No. 410 En«t
Eighth atreot.
!'»
feb!2 Im.
B
OARDER8
Teniences.
WANTED — ALL
No. 218 W. Fourteenth Hr.
CON
f«hai Im.
w:
ANTED—TABLE BOARDERS NO
624 West Fourth 8k feb271m
OARDERH WANTED PRIVATE FAM
ily. No. 1326 Market SI. f«bl7 eod Im
WANTED - Ni». R Ul WISH
f«b5m.w.flni.
B
OAR DE 118
ington street.
B
lir ANTED -BOARDERS AND LODGERS,
ft Second and third story room* No.
609 West Seventh atreet. Jan20 eod Im.
0ARDER8 WANTED,
street. *
B
NO. «18 WASH
ingt
febVm.w.f-1 m.
OAHDE.IH
fnrle No. 808 Weit 8f.
T KAVKLINQ RA1.KBMRN TELL U8 WE
1 give the beat 25e dinner in the atale
» ou try It «nd
F««t Seventh St.
WANTED HOME ( OM
f«b'J7- Im.
B
Exchange Cafe. No. 8
febg-l m.
h. -V
ELE(TRICAI. WORKERS
- 3 OR EI E( I HK M
_ neturo, call Moore Brothore
phone, 2458A; Dalmarvia, 3443
«ranteed.
and Madison *trecta.
1
WORK OF ANY
1). ft A.
Batiafae
i ' i '. S (
janl 4 6m
SITUATION WANTED, FEMALE
1 OLORKD WOMAN WANTS WASH INI»
Address
0
and ironing.
Journal Ofl)««.
A 8H, Evening
febJtdii
would
r IDOW WOULD LIKE APARTMENTS
offices to keep in order
keep children while parents go to theatre
shopping. Good reference. Address W 13,
Evening .tournai Office.
\N
I.-ht7-l.il.
f|1 HE EAST SIDE
1 «»ffice furatal)es rtiiable
kinds of housework,
street.
INTELLIGENCE
»!• 1)4 lor all
No. 406 Limibarft
feb26 lui
LADIES' TAILORS
s AMUF.1. RUT*. Til F
1 tailor (or ladies an«! «ent«
cleaned, pressed and repair*«!
Tatnnll street, near Delaware
feb25-l m. '
PR AUTK'AL
Clothing
1000
S
'
avenue.
W1LLKR. LADIES' AM)
up-to date tailor. You
atyle, tit am! workmanship gusran
teed, at a great reduction by ordering this
month. The best material used
by ordering now
ft A. Phone. 1757.
IT.
GENTS'
get n suit
lo order;
•Save 85.00
No. 840 King street.
feh5 2m.
1>
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
A m > AUVKKTUKWKMT IS TUR
EVbNI.M* JOURNAL IS AN
THE
:'Ht R' ENINO JOURNAL
HOMES
rVKRY DAT Til vN aNT OTHER
Delaware
ADV BUT. SEMEN f IN
HUM K
I« READ <N MOKE
NEWSPAPER.
1 / OU MALE -BARBER SHOP.
W. Second Ht.
NO. 61'J
lab'Jl-I'Jt.
\ LE— TWO BLACK MINORCA
TH. No. 1 »08 Market St. fob27 3t
0( al Agents for kko fifth touR
<og anil Roadster«. Adams «treat Gar
No. 302 N. Aclatua Ht feh22-12t.
' OR
Room
L
- J
U
OH SALE—ALL OUR 85o ft 40o PURE
T i ulifomis Wines «t 80c per quart. Can't
!*«• best. Keil. 800 E. Fourth Ht. mt3 -tf.
STAMPS WITH BAG UEUBSOTA OB
Niigrndc Flour, U9c. DIAMOND TKA
< O . 7US Kin,
»treat«, Baconn
jt Oil SALK KIOHTKKN RIGHT FOOT
"«.'id oak diauloy lablaa, with baaaa. Ap
l'*y Ogden Howu-il Oo., Fifth and Ki
► I real« JStf.
street. Ninth nod Spruce
and Adams streets. jan28-lm
ng
UGO FUCHSIG— WE HAVE A FULL
line of Carpeta, Ruga and Furniture
winch we are going to dispose of at m reae
onsble price. No. 1900 Market St. feb6 Im.
II
STAMPS WITH ONE POUND DIA
mond Blend Coffee, 38c. DIAMOND
v CO. 706 Kinif street, Ninth and .Spruce
streets. Seooad ami Adams
GO
•treeta. Jan28-lm.
|7 OR HAM CHEAP—ONE HALF HORSE
I {lower Dynamo, In good condition. Alao
Hint« Elect rie (D. 0.) Vacuum Cleaner, In
good working order Addreaa Vacuum
Cleaning Co., No. 1413 Harrison street. I).
A. phone, 2074. Agent.; Keller (Hanto)
V acuum Cleaners
fobB 6m.
w ^rvrsitMrsi-Ä
street and Bayard Ave. fab24-0l.
|7 DR SALE—INDIAN RUNNER DR AKER
• A. L. Hark ness, Greenhank, Del.
Peb20eod-lm.
17 OR SALE—PURR BRED
I comb R. I. Red Eggs for hatching, $1.00
18. Allen RiUh, Stanton, Del.
febOeud-lra. ^
|7 OR HALE—ONE AUTO CAR TRUCK,
■ perfect condition. Address Box D-51,
Evening Journal Office. fob34-tf.
|7 MR HALF. A 1912 HUDSON TOURING
I Car, in first « lass ■ ondltlon. and will give
G. F. Huber, No. 62! West
fob24 tf.
dtuiionstration.
•Second street.
SINGLE
for
|7 OR SALK— PC/KE BREI) H. J. RED.
1 White Leghorn, While Wyandotte
Barred Rock Egg* for hatching Winter lay
"»p strains. Price« reasonable Rooking |
i-idrfm. Greenhank Poultry Yard, Marshall
,on< ! )pl - __ f«b8 m.w.f lm .
I I MI.SE. COOLING COMPANY PHAETON
' I ami lianii-NS for sale cheap to right
party. Suitable for lady
Should, prefer selling to s
rby Luo. Address H, E
sn«l
or old person,
oroeone in enburbs
mul
mg .1
fco2H-3t.
Office.
CHIROPODIST
1 .7 LORA JOHNSON STRADLKT. OHIR
opodlat, baa removed to Klrilj Building,
Murk« t atreeta.
n26 tf.
CHIROPODIST,
baa removed to th« Harri« Building, No.
211 W. Tenth atraet. D. & A. phone, 1835.
■ ' »»«•»>*■
GRADUATE
Chiropody and
maniruring. balrdr«a«ing and maa«nging. No.
900 Adam« St. D. & A., 3908 Evening by
appolntm«nl. maylS-Iyr.
N. W. Corqpr Sixth and
D. ft A. phone. 2617.
^NNIR M. SCHAFFER,
I ,A 1,1/. A BETH HANBAHAN,
j Fowler A Henna. Ltd.
LOST AND FOUND
OST GREEK I, ETTER FRATERNITY
pin set wish pearls. Finder please ...
it to Journal Office and receive a reward.
fit f.
L
tun
' OHT—GOLD BRACELET WITH INI
tisls M. L. T. Reward if returned to
622 Broome Ht. feb2U 8t.
OBT—GOLD WATCH SATURDAY
evening. Inltisin J. T. B. Howard if
returned to Wiiminghm Provision Com
feb20-8t.
L
pany.
REWARD FOR THE RETURN OF
a simili silver hair terrier, with, hair
•er his eyes. Return to Mrs. M. H Everett,
18t)2 Monroe Ht. feb27-2t*.
«25
No.
«50
REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR
information leading tp the identity
persons who mutilated the Btoekle
ifht of nbnavf iO,
Thomas R. Bummer, President.
Charles M /ehley, Secretary,
RIVKRVIEW CEMETERY CO.
of the
Mausoleum, on the
feb27 3t.
PLUMBERS
ALPH J. FIDANCE.
Plumbing nnd Heating,
prices. Cells attended to at once.
West Sixth street.
Delmsnrla, 16f»5.
R
Moderate
No. 1902
D. ft A. phone. 154ID.
n!7tf.
HAIR DRESSING
for.
maeaag«, aleeirir.l
full line of aw itches
alttlyr
MASSAGING BEAUTIFIES AM)
«I.« you I scions youuf, r'muvet wrln
Llemtah»». «I« Wort, wtiafaetory.
C. Pottf, No. 602 Equitable Bldg.
.w.f 3m.
I» DRIGGKB8—FULL LINE OF HAIR
Combing! made into braids.
No. 516 Oracle
feb4 8iu
J.
work.
n aud pufft.
atreot.
KING ;
RS. E. EVANS. NO. 80!
street Shampooing, facial massage
b.»ir dressing. Combing* made up Pbo
8785A. febl 6m
M
1
hair
Combing« neatly
d81-6mo.
R8 CARUiE WRIGHT, NO 1010
Washington street. Manicuring, elec
trio scalp treatment, facial massage,
«(reusing, shampooing
made up. D ft A . 19'>4L
TOUR HOME BY APPOINTMENT
Scalp treatment. Hulr Dressing. Facial
ge. Manicuring. Shampooing. Misa M.
Schaffer. No 1808 Sprue« hi reel l> ft A.
phones, 2147A and 5880. feblO Im
M
;a
ISH FRANCES MULHEUIN,
mcrly at No. 823 Market atreet. ha* re
utnved to No. 826 Market atreet Shampooing,
K« . lj> treatment, facial
treatment, manicuring;
and transformât i
made up D ft A 'phone 5856A
M
combings neatly
nl
F V;
k«es.
Louise
»17 n
WANTED
A n advertisement in th«
EVEN 1 .MI JOURNAL IB AK
ADVERTISEMENT IK THI
HOME TUE EVFNJNI« JOURNAL
;h read in more homes
KVEHT DAT TUAN ANT OTHEH
DELAWARE NEWHPAPEH.
Sharpen.
ami King
dia-tf.
ANTED—ANTIQUES OF ALL KINDS.
Th« best price« paid. Address H-18,
Evening Journal Office. Jan25-tf.
ANTED- A MILK DAIRY 1 FROM 40
to 200 quart«. Apply No. 8u0 Weat
feb22 Ot.
ANTED—SKAT F.H TO
A. K. McDaniel, Ninth
w
•treeta.
W
vv
Thirtieth Hi.
r ANTED—TO BUY TWO OR THREE
houses. Sewered, bh an investment.
G. F. Vernon, No. 823 Monroe Ht. feb27-2t.
I \ Y. 0 OR
▼ 7 8 rooms, between Eighth and Tenth
streets, West and Franklin atreer*. Call 818
Jackson Hts. feb21-end Ira
STAMPS WITH ONE POUND CAN
Diamond Tea Co/t Baking Powder,
26e. 706 King street. Ninth and Spruce
streets, Second and Adams Hta. Ja u2 8 1 in.
\\
40
ANTED—WATCH AND JEWELRY HE
pairing. Alao >ye fitting. Store open
eraninic» until fi o'clork. Saturday araninga
until 10 o'clock. l.yn 'Thomu, No. 409
Market atraet. fehl 4 tf.
O NE GALLON HEADLIGHT OIL, 10«.
./1AMOND TEA UU.. 705 King atraet.
.»■nth and Spruce «treat«. Beend «nJ
Adam« «treat«, Jan"« Im
W
ANTED—DREH8MAKER ON CHIL
dren's clothes for two days. Apply
Mr«. Nathan Miller, No. 612 Broome treat.
feb27 2t.
w
W ANTED—1.Q00 CARPETS TO CLEAN;
storage room* for rent, $1.50 and
$2.00 per month. Both phones.
LANO CO., 1205 Orange SI
O UR OYSTER STEWS AND FRYS ARK
the talk of the town. Also our oyster
sandwiches, 5c. Exchange Cafe, No. 8 East
Seventh street. febfl-lm.
GKO. V.
feb24 tf.
W ANTED—BOARDERS FOR PLEASANT
f? room. German pr«'ferred; also table
boarders. Good table. No. 916 West street.
D. ft A. phono, 6095.
feb24 Gl
VIT ANTRD—«EVEN ROOM HOUSE AND
• bath, about ten block* from Market
West sido front porch. Boat
Store. No. 424 Market Ht.
» I real.
Cloak
fnb'JJ It.
ANTED—TO BUY SMALL
h«>rae, 900 lbs. Not over 10 year« old.
r»î B .îî r. r,re - psrtirulars.
>V -I, Evening Journal Office. i
w
SIZE
Address
feb27 2f.
piiarhai-k
,,i v . ERirott
more. Aid.
w
ANTED —SHELL I
ers, rhippern, esiilker».
MACHINE RIVET
fitters snd
c but first rUs« »hen need ap
Machine Corporation. Haiti
feb37 8t.
50
1 A M PS WITH ONE QUARTER
-- - ■•i"• > 'on* , Blond Tea. 20c DIA
MOND TEA CO.. 70S King .traael Ninth
»»ml Spruce streets, Second
streets.
d Adams
jau28 Im.
|> ACKAGH DELIVERY—ONE OF OUR
1 RUbac.ibara wna four day« flodln* a
parkas» dallrary. A email ad in tbi
would ha.« re«nlt«d in a larfa volu
b usine«« for aume lire -'Package Uehrery ' '
dll tf.
•«'lurnn
of
ANTED—PERSONAL PROPERTY OF
all kinda, g.iod arrond hand Iruniture
bought and «old.
Siov«« » aperiaity.
Linoleum, Oil Cloth
w
Hafvs, Office Fixture*, Et«-.,
Also a new lot of Rugs,
. - at 50c on the dollar.
Come sea us bef«»re parting with >oui cash,
for cash talk* with me.
CHARLES 8 HURLOCK,
Seventh and Poplar Stree ts j
JyB tf.
PRINTERS
WEDDING INVITATION». $153
and up. 60 n Uuairesa Cards, $1.25.
JOHNSTON, 1'rinting and Engraving, No. 11
Last Seventh street. JIO eod
50
ARCHITECTS
- »
\ R( HITEÔTH Alll>
. Market Ht.
ENGINEER«.
39 years of activ«» prortxa
brings lo our clienta, much useful k
• 1*1
Ie«lge
in design and construction, nnd wo warrant
our work correct In all respects.
E. L. RICK, JR.. CO* (!
SANITARY WORKERS
\f K. KELTER.
a>I .SANITARY ODORLESS EXCAVATING.
Office, H. W.
streets.
and West
o«-t21-tf. î
Corner. Fourth
REMOVAL NOTICE.
I
i
1 ).
H
•STASH FORT,
JKWEIjKR.
located at No. J11 West Ninth street.
feb7 Im
NOW
rcstlcKMUOSR
SULHHIIC8S,
ITKtkB
HOROSCOPE
February äs.
PcreoUH born on this dale will bo
characterized by groat
they continually want to
c hangOH. kooii rxliaiibt their murround
Jiigs,
are careless and continually »
;
rough, against and declare ir 1* what
he always believed. These people talk
tOO Jülich and if united with a person
in marriage who demand« «xplaiia- I
tious. trouble and separation Is bound
!lo follow, A person born on 'bis date '
... , , . , , .. .
win not explain bin reasons for his
aelions to anyone.
To succeed IliefO. neonlr ninsl Lnrn
*° \ 11 »' I" opie llusl tarn
«be power of silence and self-control.
ThoAVant Ads favor many changea
today and will liling success lo house
bold exchanges through a Want Vd.
U 0 the advertising of farm implements
, , , ...
aiu ^ BO>lhiHK Which !»a« to do With
travel and change» of Iru aiinn. t
lUUUliy t h * i r beloilglllgS.
Ab against ibis, they have deeply
■xtremely
hidden love natures, are
loyal, generous and affectionate. They
jure peculiar and hard to understand.
A man born on this dale will accept
some idea or theory he has formerly
RRAl. rstatk pop pitwt
REAL ESTATE FOR KENT
A N ADVERTISEMENT IN TUB
EVENING JOURNAL >8 AM
ADVERTISEMENT IN H ■
HOME THE EVENING JOURNau
IB READ IN MORE HOMES
EVERY DAT THAN ANY OTHER
DELAWARE NEWSPAPER.
W TORE HOUSE FOR RENT. UNDER
5 j f I ' r,d * ev " le i ?«■; *<*'* i
lo J. E. Harri«, So« y. _fcbH Im. 1
U r K nix nârrt ann 1V AnmTD.aö I
r "K JÏÏ? To". .ÂhStaî' *3
or S3 a week now. Addreaa D 25, Evening 1
Journal Office dll tf. .1
F OR KENT—60? SPRINGER STREET, 8 j
room« and bath. Woodlawn Company No. (
2102 Went Sixth St. fi-tf, I
I ^OR RENT—HOUSE, NO. 802 CONRAD
■free«. Newly papered, $10 a inoAth. \p
ply to B. G. Ooldatein, No. 301 King
•i reel.
feb28-2t.
MADISON STREET. 10 ROOMS
__»nd both, hot water heat, $28;
immediate possession. Waiter J. Thoiup
Twenty-fifth and Madison streets.
d7 m.w.f-tf. «
2411
APARTMENTS.
A PARTMENT FOB RENT—FOUR ROOMS
J\ and bath, heal and hot water. John (Î.
Strong. Vandevar Aye. and Church street.
D. & A. phone, 8165. fobI4 Im
A partments fob rent—thhkk
room« aud bath, with heat. No. 206 W.
Seventh 8t.
feb
m.
A partment—:first floor, six
rooms and bath; second floor, 5 rooms
and bath. The Oxford. 608 West Tenth
street. Possession March 25. Walter .1.
Thompson. Twenty-fifth and Madison Street»,
feb 12 m.w.f tf.
WANTED. HOUSEHOLD GOODS
BROKE PAYS MORE THAN OTHER
fuirntura snd
You're losing money if
A postal will bring
r buyer there with the ready cash,
ger, Third and Shipley atreets.
'phone, 5118A.
B
dealers for your office
household goods
you don't sell to him.
Her
D. ft A.
mlft tf.
LIST OF PUBLIC SALES.
March 8.—Hale of Real Estate at Court
House for Franklin Brockson, Trustee, at 10
o'clock, a. a.
'
STIDHAM ft SON. A acts
March 11.—Sale of Furniture at No. 11,14
King afreet, for Equitable Guarantee an
Trust Company, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
STIDHAM ft SON. Aucts.
March 17.—Rale of stock and farming im
plementa for Mrs. E. J. Fennimore snd Lobdell
Car Wheel Company, on Eden Park farm, at
II o'clock, a. m.
5
j
j
î
STIDHAM ft SON. A net*.
REGISTER'S NOTICE.
|,f ST A TK Ol
li DKC KASEIl.
CATHARINE
MAHER,
Notice ia herein
ministration
given that Letters of Ad
upon the eMat<>
Maher, late of Wilmington hundred, deceased.
were duly granted unto Hugh A. Garland.
the 14th «lay of February, A. D 1013, an«l all 1
persona indebted to the «aid deceased «
«luested lo make
ttutor, without delay, and i<
lug demands nguinat the decea
to exhibit anil pro
bated, to flic said ad
the 14th day of Feb
uhide hr the law in
« in ii.« ■
' II nati-ifim Umv I
M|iiired I
' f r "
«»I >»'iore »
«.f CaHiari
i
t Hl« K
ini.irator,
«y. A. D. 1914. or
this heliatf.
HIGH A. GARLAND. Adm
mistrntor.
Hugh A. Garland, Esq . Attorney* i
Miingt«in, Del. feb!7 eod 9t. I
jy oth k"
Addrc
a I Law, Wil
NOTICES
-ISAAC 8. BULLOCK—TIN
Spouting and Heater Work,
«it (o Nn. 715 Shipley SI. feb'Jl tin
HAS KE
No 708 i
No r.o.l West
febSlm. 1
A COM I t BKU.MIV 15 TO MARCH R
• lie Henaeti Autouioiii'.e i ..mpnny will
.1 No. 227 West Tenth (?(..
mdeta of Overland rare. r«kl4-3w
U K— DR. J. II MORRIS HAS FUR
based the dettfist oflke of
No. 706 Mark'd «Irret,
will he plesaed to see nil patron«.
i:
fl»'g.
TIC'S —O. A. CHURCH
ed hta dentist .m.» I
Market street lo hin
Ninth «t
N"
i
home,
Phone, 3084
i
l
have on divplnv
the 1913
Dr C. A. i
V ol
.> « î
Church,
! S
fob3-1 m.
TOTICF.-MEMBERS OK
Lodge. O. S. of B . will
N
w
.comp;
«>et Bun «lav
ftfte
oon. March 2. at 1.30
t Dm] ge
P
ill Market hire
f the late Mary A Rennert
•* attend
f ebJ 7
• I.
I k»- JAMES L. FRANCE HAS REMOVED
I " his office to No. 805 Washingt-m street
ra — 8 to !
ffice h
. ! t»> 3 n
u. and
7 t
8 p. m.
fehl 3-1 m
1» & A. 'phone, 3171.
Il .M INGTON
The offitw» af the Wilm;
rectory 'published for the past
by the East
w
:ITY DIRECTORY.
ington city di
w«lve rears
Dirorfnrv ('«»
w ln< a ted
the DeUws
Trust Annex, Nd. 3 East
Ninth street, Room No. 6
Mr. John T. Mullins, having resigned m
manager. Mr. Webster Hill has been selected
as manager, and he will hare jrhe
ment nf this year's city directory.
Directory Co.. Philip Q. Churchman, presi
dent; Harry H. Billany. treasurer: pub
lishers of the Wilmington city Directory.
reb5.mw.f-1 m.
~ 'OTK K- : -NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN
î ihat^ "The Mayor nnd Council of Wil
mington. through tiie agency of the Board
of p| r€rtorg . of tha Street and Sewer Do
partment, wilt make application to'the Court
«»f Genera! S* , »aiona of the State of Delaware.
♦he tt»ir«l
I> 191.3. for the appoint
Ko stern
NJ
in ami for New Castle county,
tln y of Mnreh, A
ment of commissioners to vacate all that pur
|i«»n of the bed «>f Walnut *tre»*t as laid out
on the map of the city of Wilmingt
sixty-five (65> fret, six <6* inches wide, be
tween the southerly side of Water street /ex
tended) and thw Ghristiana river, including
the wharf at th® fo«»t *>f said Walnut atreet,
more particularly described as follow«:
Beginning at the point of intersection of
the southerly sub- of Water «tri'et (extended)
at thirty-three (33) feet wide, and the weal
erlv hide of Walnut street, at sixty five (65)
*wî Æi'n
three hundred snd fifty two f853) feet, more
orM***. to the OUr»wt lisnn river ; thence
}JS£ÎI, J m"l*or y tb,'norttierty ilSi'j
of «old river to it« irt«r««rtion with
»»••rr'F pf i"" 1 "."'! .J. h 7 n< '*
northerlv alonfi an;.l emterlv eld, of \t alnat
Mr «« t , ,i ir «« humir«<) and fifty iw.. f««t. tea
in«!'««, nor« or '«av 10 the »oillherly «Id« of
Wein .|r«*t '««tended): then«« thereby
^ ,.<ty five «51 fee) all (S> Ineb«,.
n „ r , ,.. )««.,*« th« placfi of h«»innln*; the
> nd w«!m>l «<«<■«• bénir « publie «tree, of
* h f ,1 *• «* U adn «to n"h'» nd re d° ° °"' 1 * p " bl,c
"V„.jrd of Plrertora nf thé
street ft sewfr DEPARTMENT.
Rv Genre« W Snarl-« Pr«»id«nt.
t \* XPl ^ ] a \* t HR1«TV. S«*rretnrv.
. i,
. at
»''•
rl.
mo upvt 1
FOR RENT.
N ADVERTISEMENT IN THE
EVENING JOURNAL IS AN
ADVERTISEMENT IN PUB
HOME THE EVENING JOURNAL
IR READ IN MORE HOMES
EVERY DAY THAN ANT OTHER
DELAWARE NEWSPAPER.
A
11-T °. R , , ri* WaîT?»«»«. 8 rworn
an., ft HcoM Ä «
„ nd _ s „ m Nlir „, Van Buren »Deel.
* Blevefith and
1 [■;'* ««venlh .nd1 Market
*'***'• fcblO In.
■"
>K RENT—-HOUSE, no. 92« BENNETT
:um, hath, ehed kitchen, one
ft, line condition.
Call No. «1«
febtH-eod lui.
square from two trolley I
Good homo for right party.
Jarkaon St.
PUBLIC SALE.
T>UltLlC HALE OF STOCK—FARMING
1. iniplemeniM and household goods, March
I I * I ko and Oak 11.11 at »
sorrel horse.
uw. wsguns, luiruen*. chick
fodder Terms cash.
I M. PHILLIPS, Owner.
feb22 1 Ot.
fi.
rim I
One I
mure.
horse
j
I
cun
\VM. M. LANK. Auct.
PUBLIC SALE OK BED
ford County
the
r».
. Talley
Monday,
W
Day l a
'
A
kille, Delaware,
March 3, 1013. at 2 p. m.
One turload of fresh Cows
ö«!?iSSÄi
and Hpt Ingers
f eb 2
THOR. H. PASSMORE.
28
BUSINESS NOTICE
F.FORE DISPOSING OF YOUR FUR
nilure. aUn office and household, cal
Dugan Bros., 217 E. Ninth St.
HE WESTERN WHITE FRONT SHAV
ing and Hair Cutting Parlor, No. 118
East Fourth street, will make no change in
their prices. Hair Cutting, 15c. Shave. 10c.
The h*'st of attention given to all feb 10-1 in
B
feb 2 7-1 in.
T
ASIELLO ft CO.. No. 915 MARKET ST.
Ladies' ami Gents' Straw and all kind*
of hats ronoratsd, cleaned and reshape«!. Prl
Vale Hhoe .Shining parlor for ladies. fob17-8m.
\\' ' HE DAY OK•
▼ ▼ at Jiouie. !.'j. 613 Monroe street
jaa31-1m.
K YOU WANT TO SELL TOUR CLOTHES
II up Isaac Gibbs. No. 884 French St.
No. 2095, and he will call
J0 tf.
M
1
HT«Mi>a utiTit nvir nriDTun
i u , 'X ,TH ,? NK
ii P nlln J iII« l 'W I «pp«r, 10«. DIAMOND
I.Vml. °a 5 J K "'/ îV"' t - N ""^ " n . d
«»reeta, Second and Adams streets. jan2§ Im ,
D. ft A
for them.
'ph«
25
I
> ! A NO MOVING AND HAULING. ALL 1
with speeisl tnre. D. ft A.
Del. 1072. James Stewart
jan9 tf.
I
work done
2374:
Lowe. No. 1809 Tatnsl St
VIT E BAKE OUR BEANS BOSTON
If My|#. with ham, 16c Exchange Cafe,
>. 8 Past Seventh street. febS-lm.
I A HUES A STIRLTTH ft BÏÏfV. NO. 104
# " Tatnnll street. Dealer* in scrap iron and 1
uw ' ,n *" Second hand pipe always on hand.
° pen A p m. jan18-0m
!TT*at r. RANGK AND STOVF, RKPAI»
î I Also Wringers and Carpet «weep
J. T. Sell weir «r. No. 525 West Front
street. Both phones.
' HR WEST END TAILORING CO.
sing. Repairing,
No. 828 Weal See
feb3 3ra.
N '
m80 tf.
I
Cleaning.
Rrneonable rates.
Dyeing, P
Etc.
*>n«l street.
STAMPS WITH ONE POUND
Breakfast Delight Coffee, 80r. DTA
îving street, N s .nth
Adams
jan28 im.
*20
' 10
MOND TEA CO. 706
and Spruce streets, Second
street*
ami
T> EST ROAST DINNER IN THE CITY,
JA 26r. Sirloin Steak, the way yon tike
Home made pi*** a specialty.
•an aaiia
t hen
El*»
facto
i Her ond street
iti l'*isin-sv
LOPER'S, No. 215 West
fehl 7tf.
list
» en
ice
[
STAMP.« WITH
pound Best Assam
i If* ' MOND TEA CO . 705
Spruce streets,
ONE QUARTER
Blend Tea, !5c.
King atroet.
Second nnd
Jan28-1 m.
Ninth
Adnms streets.
Kershaw & Whitten
Finest line of
WALL PAPERS
882 MADISON 8T.
O. ft A Rhone 5105 D.
Estimates Furnished.
*12 tf
Wilmington. Del
Lowest Prices.
TRANSPORTATION
Wilson Line t0 Philadelphia
PAB8ENOEK8 AND FREIGHT. i
Lee.« Fourth Htreal WharL Wilmington. !
d.llv Including Sunday^ nl 7^0 and 10.80 1
a n>:. 1.30 win 4.15 p. m. On Sntardnyi 1
Hundf.ys only. additional trips f.t
| <î*y*
tray,
end
7.00 p. na
Leave Chestnut Street Wharf, Ptilade:
phla. daily, including Sundays, el 1*1.80
m.. 1.80. 4.15 and 7.00 p. m. On Sun
days and Mondays only, additional trips at
7.80 ». m.
FARES—Including Saturdays snd Snn
Philadelphia excursion. 26«; on#
]5c Chester excursion 15e; on*
s
i
|
I
|
;
Merchant«' and Minera' Tran«. Cs.
FLORIDA BY SEA
M
• ■
Direct Honte«
RALTIMOKi; AND PHILADELPHIA
to
Savannah and Jacksonville
Best route to Florida. Luba am! the South,
riM ateumpr* Excellât service.
'ares All steamers equipped with
New steamers Suwsnee nnd Somerset
Rooms tie Luxe. Baths.
Low
lea*
in commission.
Send for booklet
Citv Ticket Office, 105 Ho Ninth street,
Philadelphia Pc W E Turner. P T. M
,(». Mfi.
I
Leave Hbiladelpbla,
1er 9 (Foot of
Wa'ifiut St. i 10.46
a. di Ä- 6.00 o. m.
Lpnv. Wilmington,
F etich 3t. Wh*rf
Ml p. m
v- t.-m ONLY
T
9 «
»
ÎS\
RE \L ESTATE FOR SAI F
A m - v ADVERTISEV.ENT IN TUB
EVENING JOURNAL IH AN
ADVERTISEMENT IN TU«
HOME. TUP EVENING JOURNAL
'S .READ !N MORE HOMES
EVERY DAY THAN AST iij'HRH
DELAWARE
NEWSPAPER
F ,f >R SALE—A FEW BARGAINS IN NEW
holme, nt Twenty fifth and Waahingtna
■traata. Apply lo W. H. Jonca. No. S2»
Sbipley «treat. jv'Jfi tf
? dr .SALK—FOUR NEW
hou
KIUIIT. ROOM
No«. 61 9-21*23-25 Concord At
llarrinuml finish, hot water hast.
Lynch, N«. |3n 6,1'ont «(reel
Hr I
tthilip
D. ft A.
j.in3C If.
phone. 5207A.
l* on
V M
SALE—TWO
y h* hi re, lorn tod «t No. 209 Deiawnr«
Are., IVnnsgrove, N. J.
premise«.
AND ONE-HALF
Write or apply oo
febl 6m.
7 OR SALK—BARGAIN, LARGE TWELVE
room ijonue; nil conveniences, bvths,
porches, large lot. Desirable loceti«
«•ffer. Apply No 1214 West Sixl
L A. phone, 316SA.
Make
» treet.
jnnl3in.rv.tt/.
1 \
? OR HALE, BARGAIN«—LARGE 12
ruom house, all conveniences, baths,
porches, large lot. Desirable location. Maka
"fTcr. Apply No. 1214 West Sixth street, l>.
A. phone. 3168A. jaull in.iv.f \f.
I ORNER PROPERTY IN WILMINGTON.
B' >' '*.i dneat* set i ion foi aale at « baf
•enants pay interest on
Jou mat
jan31 cod tf.
K«m.
'$61.000.
Office
Address S-18,
Evening
7 OR SA LE —A FARM OF 28 ACRES IM
beautiful valley of Buck's county, Pa.
S|\ room house, barn, etc.
for city
or will exchange
Address S 19,
febT-eod- Im
suburban liopsc.
Evening Journal Office.
I,? OR SALE—NO. 510 WEST FOURTH 8T.
9 rooms and bath, back and fr.«nl
modern improvements,
rer ft Co., No. 109 King street,
feb14 f,m,w-ltn.
porches.
'll
the
FOR SALE-FARM
Brandywine Hundred, forty acres,
fine building location on stone road,
good land. No buildings.
Edward G. Cook,
845 MARKET STREET.
SALE OR TRADE
New si
West streets, t
plsn house. Twenty-fifth and
from Market
street trolley and one from Peoples Line,
«oii.iillng of 6 mom« end bath, r«««piion
bell, pantry and laundry, xt.am h
hardwood lliroughoul. Large loi. J4.110 f««t.
Will made for «mall in«««!
{ »HUFFITH
vqvia
t nnd
Phone, 450.
No. 224 W. Ninth St
pQR SALE
W UnLjLi
FEW SPECIALS GOING TO SELL,
d snd'Van Hu
Twenty-ac
up lo-dote, 9 rooms and bath.
402 McCabe Ave., nearly new. up to date, 10
R ft B; csey term*; must sell; owner
leaving city.
213 W. Sixteenth St.. 7 R ft R, modem, /se
ing park; owner leaving 'city; going U
to sell.
1319 Washington St., new. up to-date. 9 R ft
B. hot water he«!; long lot in rear,
suitable to build nuto garage.
1111 and 1216 West St., each 9 R ft B
1605 Park Ave.. Highlands, near Rockford
St, new stone.
I
Tower, 9 R ft B; largo lot
1812 Pennsylvania Ave., 7 R ft B., up-to-date,
easy terms; raunt sell.
610 Washington St„ through to Willing
Rt. 7 rooms.
209 and 211 dul'ont St. faring park, 6 R ft
B. up-to-date: easy terms.
24th and Pine 8t«., HUB;
term*;
2 E. 28rd St.. 6 R ft B; modern;
terms.
41st and Pine Sts.. Penrose, new, 6 R ft B;
easy terms.
Clay moot.
modern; assy
easy
pike, near trolley;
view of
vor. ARAB
Richardson Park, 7 H ft B
iencea; easy terms.
Cedars. Brandywine Springs, 6 R ft B; large
lot.
a«-re poultry and truck farm. Bil
6-acre truck and poultry fa
city eonven
id*».
New Castlo
42 and 102 acre farms. Iron Hill, near rail
road; sell or exchange for city properly.
Many good business locations in stores.
Many other modern houses, some nev,
easy term«- nml iavéltlMBi pr«»perties
Several productive ■ farms and country resi
dences. near city, all aire*.
Desirable building lota, both city and sub
urban. at sacrifice prices. %
Renting a specialty.
i;

O. G. GOODEN,
2 W. Ninth St.
W
Real Estate, Mortgages and Insurance.
22 w,f tf Both Ph
es
rp^rTxmfwr'Tr~ifrcr*ir;
» , K *?T r>«Jn>enta. Bargain». «HgMIy
I "«J-rffood.. Remington«. Rib.
p?»-. Co - Nu - »*JY \'"'
k,,t st Bo "' P 1 '""-« *28 tf.
RESORTS
Hamilton Hotel
BERMUDA
Arcouunodstei 600
Largeat ard flneat hotel is
Bermuda, open all year.
Special summer tariff.
gueata.
Hamilton Hotel Co.
Bermuda, or 889 6tb ave.. New York
city.
Go to Bermuda
Tours, Inc. Hotola. Shore Excursions, Low
8. 8. "BERMUDIAN" (the »hip
by Prealdent-BIect Wilson),
Twin screw,
Submarine
est Rotes.
mad
«vary Wednasdoy. 10 o. m.
10.51 tons diapiacenianl.
mile: orchestra; wh-ci«««.
39 hour« 20 minutes. Fastest
only Steamer landing passenger» at the dock
in Bermuda without tranafer. S. S. "ORO
TAVA." 10.063 tons displacement; «ail«
every Tuaaday. beginning February 11. Tick
et, interchangeable with R. M. 8. If. Co.
WEST INDIES
New 3. S. "Guiana" and other steamer, fort
nightly for St. Thomaa. St. Croix. 8t. Kilta,
Antigua. Guadaioupe, Dominica. Martinique,
8t. Luciii, Barbedoee «mi Demerara.
For full information apply to A. E. OUTEB
BKIDOB A OO., Agent« Quebec 3. 3. Co
Ltd., 29 Broadway. New York. JOHN ORAI*
107 W. Ninth street, ot any «ekel agent.
Salto
Record trip,
newest and

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