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LEWES PROPERTIES Sussex Cats are Killed After Feasting on Chickens There Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. LEWES. Del., May 22 .—The follow ing properties have changed hands during the past week: House and lot of S. C. C. Paynter at Naseau, pur chased by James T. Lank, of Lewes, the consideration being $ 1000 ; farm land belonging to S. C. C. Paynter, at Nassau, purchased by G. Dodd, of the Orphans' Court for $6000; dwell ing and storehouse belonging to Cap tain T E. Lynch, purchased by Wil liam H. Creadlck; Herbert Wilson cot tage, on Dewey Avenue purchased Mrs. Bessie Ingram; confectionery, business of Charles C. Hickman, pur William Rehoboth, through chased by Roy Evans. Fish roe is selling at 25 cents a quart, being brought from Rehoboth In buckets from the fishing pounds, which bring in large quantities of butter fish, trout and Spanish mack erel, which are cleaned, iced and ship ped to the city markets. Notwithstanding the late frosts, strawberries are cents a quart, having fallen In price from 26 cents a quart last Monday. Spring chickens are selling at 25 cents a pound, old fowl at 16 cents and eggs at 18 cents a dozen. Asparagus is large and selling at 16 cents a bunch. James H. Bartlett, promoter of the Macahees, Is visiting the different lodges between Wilmington and Ches selling at 12 1-2 ter. A large number of Lewes people are taking the advantage of the drop in the price of coal and are getting in their winter supply. Many veterans are having their pen sions increased under the act that was passed and signed by President Taft on May 11. The third meeting of the Methodist Brotherhood of the Methodist Episco pal Church, which was reorganized a few weeks ago, was held in the M. E. Church Monday evening. The experi ences of James H Rowland as an ap prentice on the pilot boat, which Mr. Rowland was to have given, had to be postponed until the next meeting on account of him being away. The committee in charge called on Ebe T. Lynch, postmaster; and L. R. Ekllns, chief electrician at the United States Radio Station, at Cape Henlopen. Mr. Lynch gave a very interesting te'h on the parcels post and explained its dif ferent methods, and Mr. Elkins told about his visit to the Panama Canal, at which place he spent five months. N. B. Register, who had charge of the refreshments, had a rare treat In store for all who attended. Mrs. Louis Mustard, of Lewes, dele gate from Delaware at the annual Congress of Mothers, held In Boston recently, read the report of the Dela ware Branch. William H. Bookhammer turned out some cattle on the beach yesterday and one of them was attacked by four dogs. Several cats got Into the flock of early chicks belonging to Miss Saille P. Marshall, and before they were seen had carried off several of them. Miss Marshall Immediately sent for Wayne Brewe. who, when he arrived, killed two of the cats. CHAUTAUQUA FOR MILFORD Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL MILFORD, Del.. May 22 —The Chau tauqua advertising automobile car of Pennsylvania, has been here distrib uting advertising matter and posting onii hanging display advertisements for the Chautauqua course, which will be held here from June 5 to June 11. The chairman of the Milford Chautau qua course, former President of Town Council S. John Abbott, has been as sisting the association in placing the advertisements. The course, which costs $1400, is guaranteed by the following persons: S. J. Abbott, chairman; James F. An derson, secretary, and C. D. Abbott & Cu. William G. Abbott. W. R. Aldred, Charles Barker, Thomas Davis, Der tickson Van Kirk. William G. Dra per, James B. Gilchrist, Dr. Frank L. Grier, H. L. Grier, George H. Hall, James M. Hall, R. C. Hall, Wallec Handy, Daniel Hirsch, Joseph E. Hol land, C. J. Holzmueller. George B. Hynson, Dr. J. P. Lolland. Dr. George W. Marshall, Dr. William Marshall, Jr.. Senator George F. Pierce, A. W. Powell, Dr. J. S. Prettyman, I. D. Short, J. Stanley Short, William I. Simpson. J. B. Smith, Colonel Theo dore Townsend, John C. Truitt, Ruby R. Vale, ex-Governor William T. Wat son. R. H. Williams and T. T. Wind sor. MEETING AT (TIT HALL FOR CHAUTAUQUA. An Invitation has been sent out to a list of prominent people in Wilming ton. who have been interested in working for the Chautauqua week, which Wilmington is to have In July. Either Professor Pearson or some other man representing the Chautau qua will speak on the subject. The meeting Is open to the public, if they wish to attend, and is held in the City Hall because it is distinctly a civic affair. The text of the invitation is as follows: You arc invited to attend a spe cial meeting at the City Hall, on Friday afternoon. May 23. at a quarter to 5 o'clock, to consider further the Chautauqua plan for Wilmington. There will be a spe cial speaker, and Interesting In formation will be given about the course. Your co-operatton is much desired In this novel departure for Wilmington. Advisory committee; William P. Bancroft, Pierre S. duPont, the Hon. Willard Saulsbury. Henry B. Thomp son. N. B Danforth. George P. Bisseil, John Huxley and Henry M. Canby. MANY BASS IN SUSSEX. Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. SEAFORD, Del.. May 22—With the opening of the baas fishing season in } Sussex county, city fishermen who love, a great sport are flocking Into ; lower Delaware and casting their lines [ in the famous fish waters. Harper's lake and Dulaney's millpond are full of bass this season, and the scores of local and city people who fished to day were much elated over their luck, [j Theron Stewart caught eighteen baas I which averaged three pounds each. and many others caught similar quan I titles. Pike and red perch are also vary plentiful BAD COLD? YOUR HEAD STUFFED? One dose Pape's Cold Compound gives relief—Cure in few hours. You will distinctly feel your cold breaking and all the Grippe symptoms leaving after taking the very first dose. It is a positive fact that Pape's Cold Compound, taken every two hours, until three consecutive doses are taken, will end the Grippe and break up the most severe cold, either in the head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. It promptly relieves the most mis erable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, feverishness, sneez ing, sore throat, running of the nose, mucous catarrhal discharges, sore ness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges. Get a 26-cent package of ''Pape's Cold Compound" from your druggist and take It with the knowledge that It positively and promptly cure your cold and end all the grippe misery; without any assistance or had after-effects and that It contains no quinine—don't accept something else said to be just as good. Tastes nice— acts gently. by_ B. & 0. SIMMER SCHEDULE, Commencing Sunday, May 26, the summer schedule of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad will go In effect. There are many Important changes a A fast ex fectlng Wilmington, press train, making no stops be tween Wilmington and Baltimore, will leave Wilmington at 8.24 a. m. week days. arriving at Baltimore at 9.60 a. m and Washington at 10.46 a. ra. A fast train will also leave Washington daily at 8 p. m., and Baltimore at 9 p. m„ arriving at Wilmington at 10.35 p. m., continuing on to Philadelphia and New York. These trains will con sist of first-class modern equipment. There will also be put into service a new train leaving Philadelphia at 11 p. m. and Wilmington at 12 midnight, making all stops to Aikin, Md., inclus - ive; a new train to Baltimore at 0.10 p. m.. arriving at Wilmington at 8 50 p. m„ and one to leave Wilmington at 8.30 a. m., arriving at Baltimore at 10.55 a. ,m., making all important et< iP. 8 ' The other changes are as follows; Eastbound; 5.21 a. m., changed to 5.22 a m, 6.30 a. m. to 5.40 a. m., 6.35 a. m. to 6.55 a, m., 7.55 a, m. to 7.50 a. m., 8.15 a. m. to 8.10 a. m„ 10 53 a. m. to 10.55 a. in.. 11.18 a. m. to 11.19 a. m„ 1 25 p. m. to 1.26 p. ra.. 5.17 p. m. to 6.18 p. m., and 11 p. m. to 10.35 p. ni. Westbound; 6.60 a. m. to 6.35 a. m., 8.50 a m. to 8.24 a. m., a new local train to leave Wilmington at 8.30 a. in. for Baltimore; 12.30 noon changed to 2 p. m., 2.47 p. m. to 2.48 p. m.. 6.51 p. m to 5.63 p. m. The 7 p. m. train for Aikin and way stations has been dis continued, and a new train will leave Wilmington at 12 midnight, making all stops to Aikin. Md. There are no changes in the trains from Wilmington to Landenberg, but trains from Lan denberg to Wilmington will leave Lan denberg, weekdays, at 6.60 a. m. and 2 p. m., Sundays, at 7.16 a. m. and 6.05 p. m. DELAWARE ROAD SCHEDULE. In a change In the time card of the Delaware division on Sunday, the 12.22 m. accommodation will leave at 12.15 p. m.. from Delmar, arriving here at the same time, 3 49, week days. A train will leave Seaford weekdays at 2.46 p. m. and reach Farmington at 3.12 p. m. On Sundays the changes consist of a new train at 3.15 p. m. from Delmar, and arriving here at 6.31 p. m. Tha 2.50 p, m. train from Delmar will leave at 3.28 p. m. Of the south bound trains the 8.27 a. m. train from this city will leave at 8.19 a. m., and arrive at Delmar 11.38. A Saturday train only will leave the station at 3.30 p. ra., and arrive at Delmar at 6.58 p. m. The new schedule for the Maryland division will be arranged before Sun day, when It will go Into effect. r C9 n YOUR "SUMMER TREAT You had it last Summer and found it a joy to the palate and a delight to the stomach. This is merely a reminder to you not to miss this deliciously wholesome dish— Shredded Wheat Biscuit and Strawberries This is a "treat" you owe yourself after the heavy diet of the Winter months. If you know this rare combi nation you will thank us for reminding you of it. If you never tried it you will thank us for telling you how easily and quickly you can prepare it and how health ful and nourishing it is. P. /} ' V [4! Heat one or more Biscuits in the oven to restore crispness; then cover with berries or other fresh fruit; serve with milk or cream and sweeten to suit the taste. Requires no baking or cooking. More nourishing and more healthful than ords* nary shortcake. •vj 7Ä Mÿîïla ÉKü y A .v . Make Your Meat Shredded Wheat i Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N.Y. FASHION HINTS BY DAINTY READERS ' j v V / i Û ■■ r- : ■ \ a .1 £'] u'.ifi *i u - ■ \ ■ r ir Ö 4 h !■ A T ; j t ! 5, * l'À f i i IS its t -V • £|SP • «K It Is made Little frock suitable for weddings I or other formal occasions. of very sheer batiste having panels of Valenciennes insertion and eiubrold- 1 ery set into the long-waisted blouse. The flounced skirt Is inlaid with lace! ftnd nnl8hei wlth edKing t0 nmtrh . 1 Valencieness Is used for the neck and sleeve ornamentation. gi Z9 s 4 requires 2 yards bat | 8 ( e af go c yard e embroidery applique designs at 25 each 6 yards Val insertion at 14c yard 3 j.o y ar ds Val edging at 15c $ 1.00 $2.50 .84 63 $4 87 No. 4184. Sizes. 1. 2, 4. 6 . and 8 years. Price of pattern 10 cents. Embroidery design No. 11573. Per forated patterns 15 cents. For sate by Crosby & Hill Co., 605, 607, 609 Market street. MILFORD TO HAVE A PUBLIC LIBRARY MILFORD, Del., May 22—Milford has determined to have a public li brary, and although the citizens do not seem very anxious lo come for ward and subscribe enough money to make it a sure thing, the women of the town have taken the matter up and with frequent teas and entertainments are slowly adding to the fund, so that it will be only a matter of time before the library will be an assured fact. With the State aid. the library would not cost the town much over $500 a year, and It is believed by the backers of the movement that after the initial cost of the first year enough subscrib ers could be secured to put it on a pay ing basis. The ladies have now got the project In such a condition that all they need is the support of the Board of Education. This the board refuses to give with out the backing of the voters, and It is now being arranged to have another special election and have the voters pass upon the plan in June. The commission also appointed to keep the matter before the public Is (he Rev. H. L. Bunsteln, the Rev. L. A, Bennett, Mrs. George W. Marshall, Mrs. J. Lynn Pratt, Miss Anna Hall, Miss Lena Short, Mrs. Charles Pretty man, Col. Theodore Townsend and Daniel Hirsch. MORE THAN 100,000 HOLDERS OF P. R. R. Largest Transportation Sys tem in the World Has Payroll Exceeding $188,000,000 The Pennsylvania railroad Issued Tuesday the annual record of trans portation lines of the system, showing that the company now has 11,844 miles of line and 25,695 miles of track. More than 10,000 shareholders hold an In terest In those lines, words, nearly lour shareholders to evi ry mile of Irnekage. or, In other) Reflecting the rapid development of the company, the record points out that last year it dispensed in wages 1188 749 11 ° or *7148 for every milo 1 *188,749,31*., or * * J48 tor every nnio of track. There are now more than ! eight employes for every mile. | Compared with 1902, the mileage of I .. . . , ... the sjjjtem Is 1088 miles greater, but there haa been an Increase of 1335 mlles In second track. 277 miles in third track, and 224 miles In fourth Hack. The mileage of the company "sid ings," as they are called, increased from 6916 to 8965, or 3049 miles since : 1902—every mile of which enables the company to expedite trains in con gested periods. The great calamity In Omaha was quickly overshadowed by the terribly disastrous floods la Ohio. Great suf fering and sickness from colds and ex posure resulted L. Poole, 2217 Call St„ Omaha, writes; "My daughter had a very severe cough fornia and cold hut Foley's Honey and Tar Compound knockt i it out lu no time.'' Refuse substitutes. Market and Second streets, Wtlralng ton. Del.-Adv. N. B. Danforth, — . . , — — WOULD DECORATE SOLDIERS, Srnator O'Gorman Urges Medals For!«In Ilotli Northern mid Southern Sur vivors of Gettysburg Battle. , .. ator 0 Gorman appeared before the buiate committee on military affaira to urge favoBble action on his bill to. decorate the soldiers of both the North n J lf * " 10 ,0UBht * n battle of rru tyBhur *'' ««« ,. . a rP lh4,000 Northern troops and 67 000 Southern troops engaged In ? ha J Bnd U .m 8t,ma . ted tln.t about thirty per cent stll! survive. He would have the government deco -1 rate each survivor with a bronze medal as a souvenir of the fiftieth anniver sary celebration next July. This action, if taken, will be the first granting equal recognition to the* soldiers on both sides of the struggle of the sixties. WASHINGTON. Ü. C.. May 22 Sen Foley Kidney Pills repay your con fidence In their healing and curative qualities. Any kidney or bladder dis ease not beyond the reach of medl cine will yield to their use. Mrs. Cor della Copeland. Ardebla. Mo., says, "I had kidney and bladder trouble for over a year, and 6 bottles of Foley lighted and invites the distinguished family to return soon. Kidney Pills cured me." It Is the same story from every one who use;', them. All say, "They cured me."— N. B. Danforth, Market and Second Sts.. Wilmington, Del.» Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL, LEWES, May 22.—One of the most unique and pleasing entertainments ever given in the town was given in the old church Monday night by the Junior Epworth League of the Metho dist Episcopal Church, when they pre sented "Mother Goose and Her Whole Family." The parts were well taken and the different characters were well costumed. Sixty persons took part. The old choruses were a delightful feature. The large audience was de "MOTHER GOOSE DELIGHTS.'' ATTRACTIVE HAIR The Elements that Make Beautiful Unir Found In Pnrlslan Sage. If your hair la not as soft and beautiful, or us fresh and full as that of some friend whose hair you admire, don't give up and think you can't help h Do what she does—take care of your It needs dally attention Just as much ns your plants need watering. If your hair Is too thin, make It If It Is too hair grnw like any other plant, dry and brittle soften It up—lubricate If you have dandruff it Is because the sculp is too dry and flakes off. Freshen up the scalp and dandruff will It. Parisian Sage is Just what yon need to make your scalp healthy, and free from dandruff your hair wavy ,lu»t mus and abundant. Get a flfty-eent bottle at the drug Just pour gists or toilet counter. a little of the llquod on a cloth or gpnnge and rub lightly over the hair, taking a small strand at a time. Rub a J'Ule Into the scalp. . ' «''Islan hnge so applied stops Itch , ng hoad dissolves the dandruff, cleanses the hair of dust and excessive oil, takes away the dryness and brlt Geness. makes It seem twice as abundant and beautifies It until It Is 6of( >n( , , ustrouB you cannot be disappointed In Parl sian Sage. Get a buttle today and try it. UNCLE SAM NOW WANTS PHILATELIST : The United States Civil Service Com mission announces an open competi tive examination for philatelist, for both men and women. From the reg ister of eligihles resulting from this examination, certification will be made to fill a vacancy In this position in the National Museum, Washington. D C., at a salary of $1200 a year, and vacancies as they may occur in posl lions requiring similar qualifications, unless it Is found to be In the inlorcal of the service to fill any vacancy by reinstatement, transfer or promotion. I The duties of this position will co:t of overhauling and arranging, nc cording to countries and issues, the collection of stamps now in storage In I the Museum, and In mounting this col 'lection tor exhibition. The person ap , d rPBull of thl8 eXHmt „«thm | £[„ be eniplnyed approximately a and poB „ b i y for „ longer period, I * r „ m p e)i | orfl W H1 not be required to I a p pe ar at any place for examination, hut will be rated upon statements of , , qunlmra „ onB contained In the ,,J tU)n and exam , naUo n form and corroborative evidence as to their : ulllflc , tl „nB. Integrity and rellabll 1 I : By. Practical experience as a postage stamp collector Is a prerequisite for consideration for this position. A family doctor said recently that women come to him thinking that they have female trouble, but when ir at 8 .s h ° m f ° r ,h,>,r bladder, they soon recover This Is ,,K a . 8 °. ' ,a ! * r, '' p y Sidney 1 Ills arc the best and safest medicine at such tlmea. They are In action, quick In results. They W HI he. you. N. B. Danforth, Market and Second streets, Wilmington, Del.» E\riTLOPEDI\ FOR LIBRARY. Dp Ruytcr's Library Association, composed of St Joseph's Home, haa received from the Robert Appleton e sets of the of New York, the complet Catholic Encyclopedia, which the as sedation value very highly. The as-! j «delation Is preparing to have a base-1 ! hall team with Charles Whitney as manager. ORPHANS' COURT DORK. In Orphans' Court yesterday. Wll liant James and Mary E. Gilbert adopt cd John A. Fortner. The Equitable Guarantee and Trust Company was appointed guardian of Agnes N. Schnfferer Lilburne Chandler, for O. ft. Ward, was granted an order of sale of real estate of Mary Ann Ward. PENNSGR0VE FOLKS HAVE MANY VISITORS Special to THH EVENING JOURNAL PENN S GROVE. N. J.. May 22.— Mieses Elizabeth and Margaret Che ney. of Wilmington, spent Sunday with their brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cheney. Mrs. Harry Davenport, who has been so seriously III with typhoid pneu monia, is recovering. Mrs. Hannah J. Summerlll is enter taining Philadelphia relatives at her hune, In South Penn's Grove. The Wilson Line Company has had the telephone line extended to the end of Penn's Grove wharf. F. H Elliott »pent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abram Elliott, of Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harhenaon'. of Westvllle, were over Sunday visitors with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cheesoman. Mr. and Mrs. J, Ford Thompson have returned home after spending the win ter and spring months at Hallandale, Florida. Mrs. James White, of Mulllca Hill, Is the guest of her sisters, Mr«. Wll-1 Ham Diver and Mr». J. Ford Thomp- [ son. I ' I Hollis Ashcroft, of Philadelphia, was an over Sunday visitor with his moth-, er, Mrs. Hannah Ashcroft. Mrs. William SaUheD has returned home after spending two weeks with lier daughter. Mrs. Olln Hubbard, of Federalsburg, Md. George Homan, of Philadelphia, is spending a few days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Homan. Mrs. William Sailor, who has been ill, was taken to St. Joseph'« Hospital,, Philadelphia, to be operated on. The entertainment ''The Deaeon'a Second Wife," given by the class of Penn's Grove High School,, senior proved a success. Thirty-nine dollars i were cleared. Mr. and Mrs William Benne.* and 1 Suti spent Sunday In Wilmington. The Boy Scouts of St. Paul's M. E. Church will hold their annual straw-j herry festival In the church on Friday.! evening. May 23. | A few of the formera around here; ' have been picking strawberries. The Rev. C. I. Ramsey, pastor of] the Baptist Church, preached the hac- | c.alauroate sermon to the graduates of the Penn's Grove High School on Sun-lf day evening. ! A man living at Auburn. New A'ork ' had a severe nttaek of kidney and bladder trouble Being a working nol wanting to lose time, he himself completely by using Foley Kidney Pills. A year later he; says; "It Is a pleasure to report that the cure w. permanent," His name is J. A. Farmer. N. B. Danforth. Market and Second streets. Wilming ton. Delaware.» man, cured Death Dust KILLS Harmlemi uxrupt to mil kind» nt In»»'rlP. No polsno. Finofor hod*, link*, animmla* fowl«, plan'», hakep i«»i», llmi, f»cioriu»« Ac drurnista nd 10 c. slim C. Mover irrorcrm. or mallod by A & r<*.. Baltimore. Md. tÂfor 4 -— 7 _aiN K. 7 l 4 i.vA; S ' * S **" D1U 227T ICOKO'S VITAL RESTORATIVE Rinor«» '«ns Vitality. Orica ( 1 . At all druggists. Alw«/t an band at MMIsr Drug Ca.'s. 494 Mtrbat ft. Wilmitigisn. Dal. Mail OrtUrt toiiaitad. T HOTEL' GREGORIAN 11 r NEW TCRK CITY. 05TH ST , FIFTH AV.. BROADWAY. 14 Modern. AMtMly Fireproof. Lmk'iHoub. comfertabt* »ui l>om*llk*. Non runt ainnurmralo. and depots. NON* BETTER AT ANY PEICB. 300 Rs>om«. »»eh with private hath. A vwd room and bath. $2*00 OTHER* UP TO IS.nO. y , Parlor, rkoroom. bath. $4 oo. Ü Special mtea week or month. 0 •oatturim h *e carte. Aim table d'hote. I» P RITCHEY Prop. j* r clay. 7=^ You're a Telephone Operator There are three parties to a telephone connection—the party calling, the party called and the operator who serves both. You and every other telephone user are essential partners in the company and toward good telephone service. You should speak the number slowly and distinctly; the called subscriber should answer promptly; and the telephone girl, courteous and painstaking throughout, will seldom make a mistake if the other two "operators" do their part. Help toward good service by following the suggestions in the "Information" section in the forepart of your telephone directory. The Bell System # i &ii / SMYRNA SOCIAL SIDE. _ Special to THE EVENING .TOURNAI. SMYRNA, Del . May 22-Mia* Berth* Sinltherg and Mrs. Howard .Jones ac companled Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert 8. Jones on their return auto trip from Smyrna to Reading, Pa. Miss Smith era and Mr*. Jones will remain In Reading a couple of day*. The Smyrna Association of Chris tian Ministers held It* second regular meeting Monday afternoon at the homo of L. M. Price. An Interesting feature of the meeting was a talk by the Rev. Henry H. Thompson on "A Half Century of Pastoral Experience," followed by pereonal reminiscences of their work by the other minister» present. The- out of town minister» present at the meeting were Mr.. Jone» and Mr. Neese, of Clayton, and the Hev. Mr, Smith, of Kenton. DOCTORS FAILED 1 ; n d erwood p Catarrh and Stomach Trouble Relier* ed hj Périma. Mrs. John P. D. 2. Box 90. Wav erly, O 1 ) 1 o, wrllea; "H a v I n g h a d catarrh and stomach trouble and having Buf fered very much, I, after being Uired a long .While as a 'last resort, The result was wonder* fui- I would highly rccom good remedy. 1 still use Pc always have It in the houae." Catarrh of Head and Throat. Mrs. !.. A. Gray 1*7 Mala St Me mishit Wls.. writes: "1 waa troubled doc W look Peruna. 1 mend It aa a '4 Mr». ,I«bn Underwood. nina and would not be without It. 1 with catarrh of the ho-wl snd throat or so many years that I thought jlhere was no cure for It. Mother suggested that I try Peruna. 1 bought a criuple of bottles and decided to ses what It wrutd do for me., I am a healthy woman today thnnka to Pe runn •> Persons who ohlert lo liquid merit« ( |„ p . rlln n „ w obtain Peruna Tablets, Rending Sl-udnrd Motor Cycles » No h\\\ \ .c finest In the world no roil too ion* loo sleep; HOMER S. CARR. SEVENTH AND FRENCH STS Atlantic City THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE A'hn'Ic Cl y Express DKRtVyi^O MAY 34 WEEK-DA T8 . 1 . 00 P. M, Lv. Wnahlngton . nr, Bnlliuior» a. 40 •* Wilmington . At. Atlantic City. 5.4.1 Washington Fxpre.s BEGINNING MAY 26. WEEK DAYS Lr . Atlantic City. LU P. M. .4.1!) " ... .3 47 -• , . ,. 6.50 »* < Ar. Wilmington .... Baltimore ** WaaMogVoik .. Buffet Parlor Cara and Coaches. May 80.) (Will not Pennsylvania R. P.