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' ; SIIVER3R00K PUTSONEOVER ON NEWPORT The bud luck which has been ha r-1 Camp th .hit . it« 1>U ° W ' ° n n , a * r f, ,! the tune of 6 to 4 on Saturday. Both teams (ought hard and It was any-| body's game until the last mgn was out In the ninth Inning when Warren made a lust double play unassisted.; Bee«..,, was robbed of what looked . . ;; ** '2 9 With Score of 5 to 4 the "Brookers" Chase Away Their Jinx DOUBLE PLAY UNASSISTED DEPRIVES NEWPORT OF WIN boring in the Sllverbrook seems to have at last disappeared, as like a sure three bagger by u great running catch by Grootne. Wilson, äilverbruok's new mau looks Hke a comer. Young, although a little wild al times was very effective in pinches. Sllverbrook appears to have struck . ;beir stride, so look out lo* the hrook err. The score: S1LVKKHROOK. R. H. O ... ,1 1 1 B. A. Sternen, ss. Wilson, rf.o Crooks, ef. 1 Naylor, 3b . i Tuft, If. I Greenfield, lb. 0 Warren. 2 b. Beeson, c. „ Young, p. 1 Harkins, lb. 3 t) t) I, 1 4 t, •> 1 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 1 6 3 n 1,1 l « 0 0 " 0 I it 0 0 Totals .... . . 6 12 27 NEWPORT 11 R. H. O. K. A Benson, 3b.1 Stewart, p.o 1 1 t 1 4 0 Left on Groome, If. 1 1 Hayden, 1b.1 Ruth, as. .. • xWlke, ç. ... Luff, rf. 0 .• Miller, 2b.U Spence, ef.0 1 2 0 K I, 0 9 . 1 . „ 1 0 n 7 ,1 ,1 1 4 1 1 4 " 0 0 0 •> n o n . 4 10 24 11 2 . il H I ll ll 0 0 3 0—4 Sllverbrook ... 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 C x- 5 • Two-base hits—Stewart. Benson, Three-base till Hayden. Struck out ( —by Young, 6 ; Stewart, 7. Double , flays—Sieman to Warren to Green field; Warren (Unassisted,, bases—Sllverbrook. 8 : Newport. 11. ' Stolen bases—Sllverbrook, 4; New port. 6 . Sacrifice hits—SI Ivy brook, 2; Newport. 1. Hi, by pftcbel ball— ' Young. Wtke. Base on Young 3; Stewart 1 Sllverbrook. 1 . Umpire—Grooves Totals « Newport ,. balls—off Wild pilches— Time of game—2 hrs. Kastlake won Its fifth straight game on Saturday over Edgetïtoor. hy the , score of 14 to 4. Meyers pitched good ball for Kastlake und bold the l£dgr t mooi- slugger:, scoreless after the first Inning. Kastlake got 17 bits, Lucas, Halter and Pipit,n getting three each, « The score KASTFjAKK. n. h o A. 9 * Lucas If .... Heiter, rf ......... ft 3 :- Weld in. 2b . 1 2 " Ptplno. lb .... Patterson, cf . 1 2 , B»tllock, ss . 1 ft Berners, 3U ....... 1 I Kelley, c ... Meyers, p 4 n ft tt 3 1 9 12 n o " ^ _ 2 |.; 1 ft t u 3 <» 1 1 7 ft 0 9 1 4 0 .14 17 EDGEMOOR. R. H. Totals 27 13 f # O. A. Rtretton . 1 Da w son Mathnwson ....... 1 Graham . Paste Fish . Clancey ..... Hall . Stapleford . ft ' Adamson . 0 1 9 1 . 1 ft 1 1 1 ft 5 n . 1 .ft .ft . 0 t 1 ft 0 ft 0 ft ( 1 4 1 ft 0 ft 1 II _. . . i„ ~T ™ rV ivNixea 1 Kastlake 1ft ft S I 0 5 4 l-u Kdgcmoor .... 4 ft ft 0 « ft 0 ft 0- 4 Two-base hits-'Plplno Halter Struck out Matthewson. 9. Double play --KMgemoor, 1. Stolen ft ft ft i 0 0 Three-base hit—Kelley. ■ —By Meyers. J-. by 0 The Eclipse Graphophone $ 20.00 Just the Thing For Collage, Camp or Boat If you spend your summer camping or at your summer home, take an Eclipse with you. You have no idea of the won derful amount of enjoyment to he derived from this little in strument, arvd a selection of records. Compact and easy to carry about. Complete in every respect. The tone qualities will surprise you. Call and let us show you the Eclipse. Delaware Graphophone Co. Successors to Columbia Graphophone Co., 610 Market Street V J CO!'STY VAX COIjIjECTIOXS County Truimuror Charles H. l.lpptn eott reported to the Levy Court today the following balances: Highway Bonds. Christiana . Mill Cceok .. White Clay ('reek . .. . 1,462 «6 Pencader. New Castle . : 9 22,1194.83 729.9.'« 1.768.87 .... 1,798.89 .... 501.77 .... 1.171.97 .... 10.13 .... 1,101.64 William Joyce, a former assistant engineer of the Fire Department, who «was critically 111 for a tjme at the Homeopathic Hospital has recovered sufficiently to leave that institution and is now at his home. It was thought for a time that the patient Would have to be operated on but h<' recovered without the need of an operation ~~ - _ up |o|;|, IMI'ltOVING. . ... -, . „ C 81 J ' * ol «L - w ho «» ; lus home tor several days, is still con (ln cd to his bed. He recently caught cold, and afterward went to Atlantic Cite», where he aggravated his physical condition, and returned homo io go to his bed. His coucilion was reported improved today then a he is not yet able to leave Ins b".l. John F. O'Neal was re-elected a member of the school commission for Walnut Green School, district No. 25. 0,1 Saturday last. >0 srnsrm TE rorun no THIS. No inferior substitute, but on I ^-the genuine Foley Kidney Pills could have rid J. F. Walllch. Bartlett. Nebr., of his kidney trouble He says: "I was bothered with backache, anti the pain would run up to the back of) my head, and I had spells of dizzl ness. T took Foley Kidney Pills and they did thr work and I am now en tire!y rid of kidney trouble."— N. H Diinforth. Market and Secontt Sts. 162.94 ^ M il St. Georges. Appoiiulnimink Blackbird . Brandywine ..... KX.CHIKF JOYCE HEt'OVKRS MR. Q'XEAL FI,FI TED .GAIIA. Pills coôïd Wilmington.'D el.—A dv. bases—Kastlake, 13; Kdgemnor, z. Sacrifice hits—Patferson. Bullock.' liase on balls—Off Mayers, 3; off Mat* i ' Old Sw'dea hea, out Centra/ 5 to ! The score I L n 0 1 " ' "I I : ~~ ( 2 ( f 2 i EASTFAKF H. T. I*. MIFTIAG. i The June meeting of the Blast Lake W. (' T. U. will be held al the home of Mrs. Keen, No. 3006 Monroe street, this evening. Suppose It's getting a jot» that Is the impôt tain condition to be mpt at one*—the Wants will help more than and other means.—Adv. thewgpn. 1 1 'Iayeti game. OLD SWBÜKB. R. H. O A Sa w in. :\U . 1 Cochran, lb. ..... '• Green, ss.0 j Joyce, cf. . •• ! Touhey, c. . I Kersey, 2b. ..._0 i Hoopes, rf.0 j Hickman, If.ft Courtney, if.9 Mason, p. . 2 0 n 9 8 1 1 1 1 <1 1 It 0 0 .. . 3 " « 3 1 1 n 1 * 0 1 ft ft ft II o i i ,.. 0 ' Totals 27 ... . « lit CENTRAL. R H 9 K. I n. a. /Baldwin, ss. . Sen,i. 3b. ... Zlcgrlst. 2b.ft (Clifford. 11» .ft ; He, herington. rf. . 0 Wilson, cf. I Crocker, c. *|j<earney. If. ; Fletcher, p. „0 Ray. cf. ! Grier, o ... n ... 1 1 0 1 0 ' 0 j * 9 1 » j 9 ! 9 i 6 ft «. 0 0 0 1 0 . . . 0 9 . . I, . . ft ,1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 , ... 0 If. 0 0 0 o 9 , . „y ins I Nil's * 0 n . i î îî ÎÎ l J l Karned runs—Old 1 ft tt _ i Totals ... 4 Summary : Swedes. 1. Two-base hits—Green. Wil son. Struck out—By Mason, 10• I Fletcher. 10. Double plays—Mason to Sawin to Kersey. Left on bases—Old fef 8 * ^ C f n,r " 1 ' « Stolcn basçs 01d Swedes. 4; Central. 2 Sacrifiée, hit*—Hickman Zieffrtat. Hit by pitched i L*all—Scnu. 2: Hoopes. Base on ■ Iballa—Off Fletcher. 1. Time of game--1 1.60. Umpire—Hodgson. WOMAN'S CRIME ! AGE IS LATER THAN MAN'S NKW YORK, June 10.—•'Tendencies to fall into evil ways manifest them selves most in New York women be tween their thirteenth and fortieth , r .b.r™ ,n, .. . °' New York men show in the ma j°ril) of cases between the age of Thls curious fac!. (appeared in the tigurca of the annual 1 report of the Board of City Magis-|dot. | trutes. division of Manhallan and the! Bronx, made public by Chief Magis-, ! tru,e William UcAdoo. A lest of the rolulive "petty crime age" of the two sexes, during a four metnh period, shows Hie percentage i , , , . .... j° otu arralgamenta ol the different periods, as follows: Women Men. ; Id to 20 years. 4.6 19 t0 29 year*. 26.4 38 3 ,) j n 3 g years. 35 . 33 4 ) to 49 years'!!!!!!!!! 2 o .6 126 1 bp year« and over!!!!!! 13 4 7 6 , \vi,a( '('est Coveted. Tj )f > t , ;3 , arraignments for | disorderly conduct, fntoxiratlon va . gratify, violation of corporation and j sanitary ordinances and the highway (law and cruelty to animals; In i there were 15,872 arraignments, of which 1130 were of women. ! Mr. McAdoo's ligures sustain the re-1 cent contention of Police Gomnjls 1 sloner Waldo that crimes of serious! lure are diminishing In this city, (The total number-of persons arraigu-1 1 ej during the year was 129,528, as ! against 110.1(54 In 1911. but the in I crease w as In petty offenders. Tic | number held for trial of - convicted was! I 87.416, as against 68,709. The arraignments for felonies were j aa follows: j Total. Males. Females, 1912 .. 9,791 9 215 676 ! 1911 . 10.62» 9,885 744 j For the chief classes gif felonies the' : twenty and thirty . ' for which no explanation is offered, ! against 119,164 in 1911, bu*. the In-, (arraignments were: j 1911 1923 402 ! ... 1463 1674 j 30!,5 ! 174 175 ; Receiving stolen property. 195 230 ' Robbery ... 637 756 ! The total arrests and arraignments 1 of persons charged w ith misdotiiean ors was 21,836. as against 18.879 in: 1911. Of these 2011 in 1912 were wont- j cn. as compared with 1912 women m 1911 Bnlivity of tonvlptcd. The nativity of those held or eon I vUted not including the cases in Spe- ; sin I Sessions and lu the Children's, jCtnirt—was: linked States, 87,805 ; I Ireland. 7067; Germany, 4070: Eng land. 1577: Scotland. 725; Franco, ; 11396; Italy/10,784; Russia, 12.824, (Greece, 6047; other countries. 51.121. Total, 87,416. 1 In flues *169.231 was collected. Ot 3728 disorderly women who wereiage ui ralgtte^ 2814 were ten, to the work house and only 85 were Mned. Thai './new policy is against fining thes« women. Of the disorderly women 1446 '•were first offenders. There is need for a new magistrate's court, Mr. McAdoo says. He recont mends ft be established. The cuniu-| Iblive sentence, provided for by the law of 1910. has no, worked well and In the Domestic Relations Court '3898 cases were tried, as against 3S83 in (911. 1912 Felonious assault . 1879 Attempted suicide. 475 Burglary . Grand larceny . Ht micide . .. 2589 should be abolished, lie adds. FIKTIV AL FOK »KATOMISS HO.UF« A lawn festival will be held on th« lewn at Grace parsonage Tuesday evening. June 17. under the auspices of the Junior Board of the Riddle Memorial Deaconess Home. AT WILSON COLLEGE MEETING Former Judge J. Frank Ball went "° Chalmerabtirg, Pa., today to atleud a meeting of the board of trustees of h - •- « WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE That our business is growinq each day and that the people ol ; Wilminqion appreciate the real Sanitary Meat Market Our accommodations here cannot he excelled any where. H you buy a ham Irom us we will hone it and cook if lor you Irce ol charge. 1 his beats standing over a hot lire in summer time cooking hams. We also have the very latest style rooked meal sheer, which you will notice in the cut. This machine will cut more slic s to the ol the good things we will have on beginning to are pound than any other machine made. Here are some hand lor Wednesday. BOILED HAM. BOILED TONOVfc. COOKED PORK ROLu. HAM BOLOGNA. SAUSAGE OF ALL KINDS. DEVILED CRABS ) KISH CAKES. SALADS OF ALL KINDS. DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED ( HEESE OF ALL KINDS. CANNED FISH. PICKLES, OLIVES. ONIONS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. BCTTFR AND EGGS OF HIGHEST QUALITY. OLD VIRGINIA HAMS ,2Rc ORANGE BRAND HAMS. .23c BLUE HOCK BRAND HAM: OUR OWN CURE.20c ENGLISH CURED BACON. ■/... 96c I Tasty rieats u «Sel ' e2s *' el SLICED ... ... 22c RID ROASTS SIRLOIN STEAK 25c. W I J LAMB CHOPS.; .tOc VEAL CUTLETS.30n BAKED BEANS OF ALL KINDS. ,V' j I ■ I > I h.,-e i f 1 Ml. ,'t , f j ask to have it "Ma chine ßliccd** and I notice the differ ence in flavor and also nee how much farther it will go, UE ANS OF (MR OWN BAR* I5c »T, : M mi . j ' ! **-, You Will Insure Absolute Cleanliness We Will Prepare Anything For and can have your meat any desired thickness down to the thinness of a wafer, and yod'M got KUI.L NET WEIGHT. the Table for Pic Nies, Parties e or Any Other Functions ARTHUR M. MATTHES, INC •5 Lovering Ave. and Jackson, OJ. M"4: Stores: Delaware Ave. and Scott, QIC C 4 • XI t »J M Mllj w» V« j si r i o,»u imiuuvrii PASTOR KISSED HER ONCE. NOT 49 TIMES ST I,GUIS. June 10.—Mrs. Theodorei 1J. Ferguson has now come forward with her version of the kiss that made St. Louis famous and brought under to, H-,. ". » M. Rauch, pastor of Cote Br I Ilian to I'rea hyteriun Church. The hoard of trustees of the church .,, , Ferguson thought this was out of or "I feel Justified in making ttolr, statement," she said. I was annoyed hv Charles Comfort, one ol the trus-|to tecs, who was sent by a committee Of the church, .including the pastor. to try to perauadr me to sign a statement , .. . _ . . s«>lng I considered I itslor Lauch a 'good man. "1 told hint plainly I would not siguiof any such statement /he note written " Z t.nl., .. , ,.', 1 al V. 1Ö ' ,,v n l^ husband, In which lie slated * 1 '* had forgiven Castor Kgu.'b. was w ritten ut the wwtor'a solicita l Ion. Had Forgiven Hint. "We had forgiven him for his un gentlemanly conduct gller he had apologised. But I cannot let slate-! mutts about me go unanswered. To knowledge, Pastor Rauch admit*! leu u> four persons that I was In-no iway to blame for his conduct." Mrs. Ferguson thus tells the story ol the kiss; "I am not of n vengeful spirit and I dislike very much having this affair resurrected. But 1 almost cried my eyes out when I road that Pastor Rauch had been exonerated by me and my husband and the trustees, never said a word indicating that bei was no, jvliolty to blame for what he dlu. His friends are Insinuating that I encouraged him to kiss mo. That us extremely unfair, as Pastor Rauch bnnself knows It Is false. "I regret thk report that the min* exonerated Pastor Rauch and Mrs. read that Pastor Rauch had been exonerated by me "I have torglven him. but I have Inter kissed me forty times, lie kissed ini" but once. It was In his study, and I never returned there alone. "We were alone In his study and when we had Mulshed our consulta Don be arose from hts desk and j)'cached me. I thought he was going to suggest that wo offer up a prayer in behalf of our duties, but Instead he kissed me on the brow. Told Her Husband. "I was so astonished that l could not speak. I must have blushed, and when I began to stammer on, a re buke Pastor Rauch apologized. l| (would have permitted the matter to drop there, hut It worried me so that I told my husband. "He wanted to go to tho minister at Once but I prevailed upon him ,0 re juiain calm, and that is wny he did not report the affair to the elders fur era) weeks. "I have a husband who Is good as; gr Id and two of the best lltlliAchil Idren on earth. Why should I encour Pastor Rauch ,0 kiss me? His friends ought to be nshanied of theuf selves." Officials of the church say the mat ter is not dosed, and that the min islcr eventually will have to resign, The hoard of elders Is said to stand Ito 3 against the pastor / -- — "" ---- Scores of opportunities are missed ev ery day just because the oppor 'lenity seekers fail to consult the Want Ads—the great opportunity finders and keys to many successful careers.—Adv. e f.E LA WAR E __ r _ N;E COO NINTH &*' M ABK ET &Ta'. «;", V'V m \ TITLE FLAW No mutter how small a •lattger. Our Policy of Title CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2P0,000.0ft, law in your title, ll Is an elemett nsurance guards you against all risk of CHURCH SEEKING MEN THROUGH THE PAPERS BALTIMORE, Md., June 10. the churches of America token advantage of all the opportune ] ***** * or expanding their usefulness as. Sff Ä. ' SjfSÄÄ hacked up by logical and convincing arguments of Allen l). Albert, puli fWher o1, Ahe Minneapolis Tribune, one] of the live papers of the Northwest, In his sermon at 7,lon Independent Lutheran Church on Sunday morning 1 "The gfcmt intercessor for men, the HrMI of the world, even Jesus ot JJ*** H^^Dad ^or'mcn^to come Him," said Mr, Albert, and lie launched Into a prallte of the cani I Paittn being conducted by a number i leading ehurcbmen of this cll> through the pages of the Nows, "Factories of good ottlaeiishlp are i American churches, crippled for lack workmen below the grade of su P'Tintendent. for lack of fuel td keep , for ">• W* closing of the | fgclory doora 10 nionths of every j year, - " be declared. "Will any on" nmrvpl that, w.th such au organisa! jltoti ll has not evangelised the world In one generation? No. nor In 20! thiirrh Inferr*! In Men. "In method the church suffers al ! tuosl as seriously us lit means. In the generation In which I have known (it It has only now come to have In-, (tonal for men. The church alçne is 1 no* to hlnnv for this. Bu, the church (Is to blame that It has not undertaken Intelligently to overcome the secular 1 obstacles which brought the .defection, Into being Men did not come (o 1 church because they were too much ! occupied, lit the making of money, and lost Its grip upon men. | not return until the church holds out to them two Irresistible Incentives j Incentive to a life of the spirit t pressed In terms worthy of their In-1 : tollects nt Its best, an Incentive to j spiritual service expressed In terms Thal I bave noi Men ] church because they were too much OecuptaM. In the making of money, and men «nv too much occupied In making of money because the church And they Will; HU ex ol praelirnl labor for their brothers, itTinreh-going Is not the need; It Is, church-going plus church service. "The newspaper can do much, bu, It cannot carry the burden of pub ap-!llcity for the church unless the work era In the church are ready to help bear that burden intelligently and ef fectlvcly. newspaper Advertising. . "It Is pleasant to acknowledge, lit passing, that Baltimore has set all the j rest ot the nation an example In the alliance of church and newspaper. A! prominent layman and a leadlngl newspaper, the Baltimore News, have united here to produce a. new mlssion (ary force. The page which they Joint- J ly Issu « 1 every week Is an effective j door opener for the church to Ihott j ( sands of homes not otherwise within. sev-.rraeh oC Its Invitation. "The project Is new. and. like all things new. It must climb uphill against the force of Inertia, the sensei of resentment we all feel in the face qf a change of accepted convenllonul Ulev. In tny own heart there was, on first hearing a plan to advertise the church of Christ In secular news papers, an Instant recoil against what seemed to me then the degradation of the church. But. my resentment died when I considered—aa now I consider euch week when I see this page from otp of your Baltimore newspapers that the great Intercessor for men. llte light Of our world, even Jesus of Naz nreth Himself yvenl oftener to men than H< Hint." wailed for men to come to BASEBALL Diamond New« and Gossip. Having broken the 1er Saturday by ! winning their Oral game at iiome, tho Yankees thought tv» water fine, de- 1 live victories. leenlh straight game yesterday. Cy Falkenbergs string of victories ended yesterday when he was taken out with the score 2 to 0 against him ,0 permit Lnjole to hat In a pinch In tho seventh. Fnlkengorg's record was ten straight, —— There was no cause for argument 1 on the outcome of the Giant-Cub game Shafer contributed a double, triple and single. i - I The Giants' chase after the Phillies is becoming almost as dlseotiraglng | ns the Dodgers found If. Doolo's men drove Ames from the box. and Lobert, Hecker and fravath got | eight hits between them good for twenty bases. Two ot f'ravafh • were triples. .Becker had two home hating the^Plratca Hoys and girls have you seen the "Injuns ' at Citrllenhurg s; belter H Pi ,R the cold weather, and look an- , «tber plunge al the expense of the j While Sox. j -- • j If the Athletics w in six more j stralght games they will break tb" | American League record f or com?ecu -1 — . . .. . . .... I Ihey look their four- I The j White Sox. under Fielder Jones, won nineteen straight. ' ! I j Baker added .another home run to j hts airing at the expense of Hnmil- j ton, the Brown's pitcher. Willett helped win his game against Washington with a home run. Cobb connected in Ilk«' manner and also got a single and stole two bases. I I twenty «Iff triples. IhcjrtBs. * Dodger Humtuell helped some In with four hits in as many times up. They Included a triple and two doubles. come down; Its free.* -—— Il U I. V B I It K CLAIMS . . years of ago and Is open tt all < nai tenges from teams at that age, All reboot childre,, Hncllenburg's and "Injun" camp l'H \MI'IOV4KIP Delaware A C. won from the t'brls tlann A at Fourth and Church streets, nu Satt rday 6 to 9. Manager McGilligan's team was declared the champions of the Last able at 11 should visit >e the real, live It's fre«." 1 Î j WATCHEj VA ill do. un* hi jour Puckel, aud Put $ 1.00 I \\ hut own » r«v Ann Elgin. WaBbi. our »n» _Hh in i ll on. M1TOHBLL. Jtwelai. Ford Building. Tanth h Markat HlieaU. Hecomiriooi OpiMi Night» Till» Weak PUBLIC SALE. PUBLIU MALE OK OHIO and Brdfurd county Ä v i •■», <• i*i Wil • i n« fro Wile* Thur Pik». Il inin^t«« 4 i. I J, I»] 3. al - p. rnrhtad» uf freah ('«»w» noil Bpring« ill«»- ll (MHRMOItK 0 , 10 . day, .1 'j « ORTLIP, > ( III.It SALE UK I r.VITLK --lift in Kfiim'll ; Htorkyntda Pa! . *Tue« will H dII mi] kind ■ v i dar; Jone 17. Slmk for I u M» I.; ■ T»iwi» hi •Uy • » HlNCLA I K A KLAIW. » rni.r,; HAi.E at klair s bazaar. Hnturdsr, Juno tt HUM, 80 limit uf Hunr* ot nit kind». buxitJ'. < ! •ubb»»* tir . new «i now »te»l fir» huggj, ii»w of all kind» tin* «m» libW tir» r M«»rr hurnraa than Mily o(h«*r plan» in city, 8«!« »vary Natuidav «t WM H. Kl. AIK S BA/A AB. Kighth and Tnl umC R|». 1IHI.II' H.AIK or KVRNITURE. * 'A U j PKTH. Rl'ttS AND MATTIMiH «ill hr S»:! Bedrnoin Kur#it6r». Bran» Bed Inning t..r t, l af r, 'i r MU, i* tun», Bocke», i. h n ira, «hiffonler». touch. f Une flima. Iurki»h bock»r Jn leather • arpci». üil'j Bug». Mntlinga «nd muny oilier iirticl I HTIDHAM k HON junoU.IO, 11 . Aui'tinnc» I UBLIC HALF. <}> Ih» o»t«(r of Wiliiis ! RKAL MH'I ATX OF O. Valentin«. d»c«-a »cd . Tli» thr»e»|ory brick dwelling, known an »(r«»t. Wilmington, MoniUiy. .Inn» No. 1002 Washing! will be »old at public aal» Ifi. 191.1. n! tb» Countv C«u»t Hon»». Tenth »nd Market »tifiM». 11 o'clock, n . m. nectcd with a»w»r. by (U 1-2 f»«l tgbborbood. th» premia»», or t CvKORUK city of Wilmington, nl IO room» and bath. I Unit'll"ion*, J7 3 4 feet roaidenco . «ppi» gmet and ! I n for mat i «ODOR, Altonie* juneti tit. No. 4 West Ninth fit. > Ultl.ir SALK CO NT N SIS OK A WVK. room Apartment, Only b«»n ii»«hI Iih. will br »old at Htidbam & Hon'a I I 1 Kn»t Fourth street, o'clock, p m Beds. Mahogany Dr»|a«r »»inn Wnliuil DinUi and ('hiffonier. one 5-piece leather Living room Huit. Turkmh Rockers. 1 hand»orne din In groom Suit with genuin» leather .eat »hnir». DaveniMMt Couch, Wardrobe. Roll Top I>»»k and Chair. Several RI no Bug». A » 1 er and Wilton. Pictures. Dish many uthtr article». Frl.le j . No. Friday. .Iun<* 13. iwia. at Two tine Br« und L'h iff «Murr. « fir and tonds «a !.. »rning bffure aal» Everything in this lot will hr Mild t«> the highest bidder. (««hhU bought at this »ule will he »t until dun» 2i> nnd delivered free HTIDHAM ft HON. .<1 fl f. 10 . »2 4«.rfi. jui »err». TRANSPORTATION Wilson Lme t0 PhiladeiplHa PSfiSKNOMia .ml KRKIflHT Peave Fourth Street Wharf. Wilm ngton daily, including Hundny», for riillndelpj.t««. and Dllastnttt Hl.vet Wharf, Philadelphm m 7.30 a.ot 3.00. 4 15, 6.ÜO. Wilmingt o'clock i 3«* n oan. 1.30. 1 7 . OO. ». tie and 11.30 p m . Fnrea—tin Saturday» holidays. h»tw phla. one wrj». 80 t» O t nil other days, special «» Mod ticket Sunday» and legal Wilmington find Phdadel round trip. 50 day tin la: round trip 25 e wny. 15 Ills ONO GROVE AND WE.MINCTON KKTItyT. Foi|rth Street Wharf Summe! Sehediihv May 24 f" Sentemhaf 3 ■. ti no » 3 8n p m . y TEAM FR BEACH — PENNS S » I.euv» P« niiKg"»v»—6-00 a 10 15 a. ,n 4 15 .. I 0C» p. . 7.15 r l.»at» Wil . Il.oo a. 0 15 p. i . 10.00 p. m ngton—7 00 a ' « P 9 30 » 10 j» m . 0.00 I* m 11.00 p rn PAHSKNURRK and KREUfBT Improved facilities fur handling mobil«* in . auto I—' Lravo Philadelphia. Pier 9 (Foot of W'alnul 10.45 a m. 6.00 p m. ^ T •: 1 ■ ■ ' • ilmliiKton i; '.:asi m French St. Wharf 6(HI n m FfnClGHT ONLY ODD FELLOWS DEFEAT CONFERENCE ACADEMY Special to THE EVENING .TOURNAI* UOVUR, Del., June 10.—The Dover Odd Fellows' baseball team yesterday In a game with the Wilmington Con VfOTIOE_APPLICATION win sit IP [x( ,1 1 ,» u,e Hoard nt n«b»r«ti Low**. Del., until s p, for " * * * ' * — a '» terence Academy, defeated the latter hy a score of 6 to 3 in an elghi inning game. Rash and Hardcastl# were the battery for the Odd Fellows and Knnlg and Ritter for the Acad einy. Following was the scorn by ,, , „ Odd Fellows ....0110211 0—6 AcBdemy . „ 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 I Ml,HANK THF, FAVORITE. B., the United Proas. OAKLAND, Cal., June 10.—Johnny Kilbane today was a big favorite nv^r Johnny Fox, San Francisco boxer, tb# champion's opponent in a ten-round bout here tonight. The two fighter» will weigh 124 pounds at ringside. NOTICES. OTK'K -I WILL PAY NO BILLS I N* Ihhr cnntrartBil liy myself. June9*8l. UKOltUK STAATS f ILMINGTON SANITARY OOMPAJH. IA •* ml >t h I in tv I h riMimvfl dny or paid for I). A- A. 007; Bel n. 2MM8. IliulM'.i pri<* ». & a., t"«r> I'll. jun«7 tit. vt>.\M i.EO ■ - HOMANV UV t«sf Pnlmiat. TcIIh your pant, present end future, jtiht na you have Rone and will c« through life. Hhellpot Park, Wilmiiigt"* Delaware. juiu*|0-lln. I'Hina M ", . .1 to. I n I -i, „ni* Vlr# I'rinripal and I, Prinrlpsl. E. W WIt.THANK, R.o>, NNOUNTEMENT EXTH AOII DINAH Y, Hpsvisl unie ot aummer stock of l-adtot' Sui ting Woolen». We will lusku nun» I« l.iiieui, $13 up, and et , ver nny other I'liilnilelpliia concern . (1. . .. Tailor, No, , >08 T«le»ll yZO-lm order from $39 up. a rnnnirieratiln reduction Wilmington OU 11 I 1 . •I reel, OTITIC—I HKIUKBY GIVE NOTICE TO fhp credit ora of iaaan Walnou. of Del* . Drl,, that I hata purrhnaad hi« oakery Aiao thi* machinery All 4-redit Ian daya tr N a at Laurel. Del bu» in ihn «hop al haurnl, Del. muai prcRcnt cliima wiihi dale to hcupflt from »al». HOHEUT RACK K. Laurel, Del. maySO tut THAT TA t OTII'E IS HKIIKBY OIVF.N AU, STATE LICENSES AND DI K AND NOT PAID ON O« BKl'OtIR tu I ruth day oe junk, tots, tuebr wii.i, he > peu cent, peu month added THERETO, IS ACCORDAS! 8 WITH SECT ION il, CHAPTER l»B. VOL ME M. LAWS OK DEI.AWARE, H A11 It Y A BROWN. Cl. EHE OE THE PEACE, NEW CASTLE COt : STY N JUMP - l ID . NÔT I i K DiÏÏïïWÎÏNT T A V I will hr n» 1h» C'odft Ml i »I, • mi»' n pollpfl all iaxHK hundred, i t ihl» V AX I pH y r pm linirton. Orlnwarp. 10 lo I'i a. in. tt th» f ou ni y fro nd» in** lo to »«■1(1» with I, Wl (r hy t hl» «In»» HMiiltt rhn»t in th rounly «1 «Initia no y ml pay all or ah id» by Thla I» my t not»»» t •» you. JOHN V O'NF.AL. Tax 1 'olU'rtor. «'hrtallan» Jl P«*ai OfHr». Mt- Tuba, iunnlOOt. li ,*«1 : ll PI,one.: ELECTION idnnl «»ml m»m f Public Education I« th«? Hhcoii'I, Klnvonth and Twelfth Saturday. *1 mi y »inet lob dial riet» will »»«• din •iii; Ui« »« bool dint uh la na fui sriinoi. tho election for Vr hnra of lb,» Board OP ^OTK T. fr«, «•la war« Wilmington, r«»urlh. Sixth, I filth* Wacda. .to h» h«td 191 (rihutfd h low»: • 14, V lit ST WART „„-.I „f Etl-nl K, turnt Dlutrirt will l»' nmt Third t Ptihllr Hrtnwd N Y. ■ Kn»l. K«M'«»nd Ui Him roll «mil »Irent, i ti ' nur Waahingt SECOND WARD. Kir.t Nrhmil Pistrlrt nr.h '«l of will be c Kirat, Necotid and Thtrd K' 1*011(1 nt No. E i«| Sniiool f.Matrtrt Will h«» lie Four tli, F ifth. Hixlh and M«ivcnlh El» Pul la ut Publie Rchonl No. 't io he t M««r cod Hlrc»^ d .»f Irirla. '-n i. DUIrirlfr. rlflvnmn, n I, >1 l.„l,d,'l) *tn«,lH. THIRD WARD. Kl« Nt Si-tiniil Dt»,ri«:l «vil' he ™«,P« . . Ttiird. Kimrlli und ri/tD Poll. »I Public «rb,m.l :i .IntTnrnnn «trrnl. bvlnw Third *lr*#t. HlURTH WARD. (vintrir, will be mmpnirl "I 111 « .1 of Ui» Kirat. N»r«»u«l. ilmtr leta No. Kli t Nchof Sr«,m«l nnd Third Kl»rl»on Pnlli ni I.Hr Hrlio.il No. 1. K Hlrrot. brin*- Hi\,h *trrr, d Sr hu« l D'ltrirl will hr r El fill KluHion Ihr Eimt. , : lt.li ' p«>»»«l «»f tialricl». S»c « ,h«* Fourth ami — (»ollt »t I'ubhr Hchool No. 7, Fifth and Vina Kll-rrl» EtEM'll WARD. Kir» I Hrnool Diulrlrt »III b» r„tn|m«.'d ", thr Kind, Hrrnnd. Srvrnth *nd Eiitlith El»«' „ w!»R«*Iim »i'füt» Sh ""' ' sv,"",.! H "».'", I D^trlr. "it! hr ... ; l '^: h ;::î, u h n r , " " nd . . . K,fr,i ** . Third MkmI Uialrlr» will b» t , |p Mi X th and Tenth F.l»ctn » Dialnct» i» 0 |j M Mf s W. Tor. 8»\»nth and Knnkll srd of Di« •nhilr Krhmd No. 28 Eifhth atr«*«tn. P«*»«mI «f atrncta. HIXTH WAIID. •I will b» i*«»(npf>*»4 **f Firxt flrhnol |DUt Second nnd Third Flection Oi» Poil» nt N. W. Cor. 8»»»nth and lirai. Ihi trlcia. Froneh »treat«, Sort.nd flrhoo OUONct *vill be rotnpMM thr Fourth. Fifth, Hi-th. Srvruih. Eighth *"d Ninth Kirrtton Dmtfirt». Poll» »t Pabl o Hrhnnl Nu. V Walnut «trrrt. iibov» Twrlllh »tr»»t. SKVKNTI1 WARD. Kirat 8rh(M»l Dialriet will be Hecond. pf>«»d ot Fifth. Third. »nd Public School No. *2, Fourth. Ninth Flection Kirat Hixth. Beventh. F.ighth l>oll» at II.» I >iwf t let» i:t»%-»ntli h mi Washington atroHa. Rccoml fkhool District will ho »orapo«.*d .i n». Tenth, Eleventh. T Fourteenth and Fiftaontb RVt»tIon Districts. PofU nt No Penffs/lvnma av Third SU hool DKtrirl will h» rompt p« nlh. Weventeenlh F.ighfecnth. Nine nnd Twentieth Klect Poll» nt Public School No. 1». Seventeenth mid Lmon at red*. •Iff»», Thfrt i*. d » f thr Hi«t leenlh histricl*» F.I 01 ITH \V\Ttrt ,1 Diitrirt «in M HrronH. Third. Pour im. D.htrrtK I,,"tr,t n, FtrM Sri, h, Fifth und Publie the First Poil» »t Hixth Klect Rchodl Nn S, rom«» Sevtolh and Hgmca »n .fi* ni Hclinol District will be fom a G H CW ent b, KigM Ii. Ninth »»*d Tenth K.Ter Polis «t Public School N«* ■ the « District» •jo Cor Tenth mid Spruce si NINTH WARD It » - ■ " 1 * i 1 rirl will be composed*' ol f he Kirnt. I mu Disfriels . IT. Sixteenth and <Tayi»mnt M Second School Di»lHrt will be compose«! of i he Filth and Sixth Kindt ion D> strict a Polit ;tt Public School No. 12. Twenty aovmd »ir ret near M'hrkel street. Third School Di»lrlct will be eompnsed of F.'ghth, Ninth Tenth and Eleventh Klee À polls uf No. I til 0 West Î f i Second . Third und Fourth Kite 'oils nt Publie School No. Is j*».. Districts street. rth Srhmd D«»1 »•» will he c i «h Flection Thirtieth and Market ' histri venlh end Tu tb* ? PoPr n» N E street». TENTH WARD will he (nmaniol Flint Sch«»«»l Dihlnrt «»f i lie First. Second. Third. Fourth nnd Fifth. ^ F.luullon I)i»|rict»- l*«»IK nt No. 15 I'uWn «; School. <'or. Third »»««I Harrison Ktreetn. , Second School Dint riot w|H he »omro*ed of «'... Hixth. Seventh, Righth. Nmll District». Poil» ni Public Reboot |n«> South V» th nd •>et . \V \ D M.Rvl'N Kirat Äehool Dial net will he ce« posed «f the FlfHl, Second. Third. Fo i' .«id Fifth S'cb*»«d p4.ll« nt Pul.li . Oak and Ha« > »» »n '«•»•• ||. TWELFTH WARD. t XV ill fTond. Third nnd Fourth Kteytt'** Polls ;.f No 150: \Vc«f Eo'.rth Election Bblrfftk. No. IW. C d *d Fir«l Scb.ml the First. S, D*al net». » 1 st I. m »ill »M venlh KU choul No School Dialri« ni the Fifth. Sixth and » PotW S- rood >«*» l>i ■ ■ < . ■ Fifth and Scott »I reels. Thml Sch.Mil District will ».«• »•« ihr Eighth and Ninth Polls til Public School No. afreet and Hayur.1 a POU.S WIEL OTLOTK NOON. THERE A FI Ell OTI.OTK P M. Elect. Dint riet». k - nr Third OPEN \r TWKIAF. OR6 THIRTY MTNHTFH ri OS'R AT SIX \N'I* r of me Bo.»r«| of Public Fdnca «*• »ion Dot* ivitr*. TimMj'y » rvrtrtitf,. By ordc ... VVilm.r '■■■ ••IO»? innç I - t°t.