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ARE PROSPERING! Warm Weather Repairing Loss Sustained Early in Season NEW CASTLE. Del.. June 16.— With the advent of another warm spell, the farmers, truckers and g*ow ers of small fruits in the vicinity of this city. State road. Red Lion. Bear Station. Hare's Corner, Farnburet and Rose Hill now hope to make up for lost lime and to produce profitable C 'The strawberry crop was less than one-third of that of fast season, but those who were fortunate enough io grow good berries received price« r.a«r r y e e.r ways, they paid tor only one picking, and leas boxes less freights In con sequence of lesser orates, and almost double the price for the berries Wfl liam Hamann «r one ot the most fortunate men and he shipped his berries to Philadelphia and New York where he received returns of 15 cents „„„H for rnnst of the fruit been praClcaUy closed at thls tlmei hut the very best io he had this son was obtained (his week by WII Mhm Poole and Thomas Grier, the premier growers of the grass. Potatoes are now showing up, and In many fields the blooms along the tops give a* a distance an impression that snow has covered the lops of the lines, and ft prolific season pro nijecd by the. growers. At Trinity P. E. Church yesterday the Rev. William Christy Patterson, . • ,U ..., MR. PATTERSON IS ORDAINED curate and assistant being conducted by the Rt. Rev. Fred erlck J. Kinsman. Bishop of the' Diocese of Delaware. The ordination sermon was pn «Ch rd bv Bishop Kinsman from the texts ''Greater love hath no man than this-that he lay down his life for, his friends." and. "what soever ye ssk the Father In my naine. He will give it you.''- ' ,^«ÂruSÂîi&iï -5SÄTS and joined with Dl«hop Klpsman in the laying ,gi of d • . . .. Reverend ( ortlandt Whitehead, O. I»., bishop of PUtahurgh. Jhe Rev Floyd Tompklns. Jr. of Philadelphia, and the Rev. Raymond L. Wolven. of D'd Kwedes Church. Mr and Mrs. Taylor. Jr., of Now York are • the guests at the Hotel DuPont of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Talte Mr Tavlnr is assistant manager of the Hotel Astor. New York, with which hostelry Mr. Talte was con nected before assuming the manager-I Ship of the Hotel DuPont. The visitors have high praise for the DuPont Hotel and Wilmington In general. HOTEL FOLKS ON VISIT. OLD TREE IS WISSE!*. The old maple tree that has shaded smokers for many years in front, of the cigar store of Harry L. Maddux. • > Second and French streets has disappeared. The tree was removed by the city forester last week on ac rounl of Its badly decayed eondltton. Xha tree was about 5b years old and la greatly missed __ Ü GRFFXH1EL CALLS PASTOR. Th« Rev. William Crawford.^ who Pf r the' P Port ar nep""lt ehiirrh has been rstsss isaws t.reenhlll. Christiana Hundred. Law Should Slop Sale 01 Elastic and Spring Trusses \r* Knelt Misery-Causing Makeshifts the Ruptured Man's AVoral Enemies. J V How 60 Dsys* Trial Protectg You Depending on els* spring trusses like shown shore is little less thsn sJow suicide frspnont sre slmost sure to shorten your tfte. _ itc 1 A -> Such con it It'a hard in make them hold, even when 4ia*n ao tight that they scarcely given me'a peace They are simply a curse to wear. And herauae they nearly always let (heir all the time, they ere a min victims get worse yearly forcing thousand* of people into risk ing their lives hy undergoing operation. These unscientific makeshift« much misery snd such a shameful waste of money that the law should put a slop to their sale. cause ao Don't Buy Anjhlngr For Rapture 'Without Vvlnif It a Thorough Tent. There's only one reason in the world why you or any one else ever get* saddled up with good-for-nothing makeshifts— It*a simply herauae you trust to a mere hasty examination instead of Orst making a thorough teat. try-on or A trust or so railed ''appliance'' may seem all right when you first try it on and aftar ward prove utterly worthless. The only way you can ever make an ex w* tly what you are getting ia by aixty days' trial—S thorough day after day teat. thing of any kind whatever for rupture that you can get on such a lung trial— 0«1| one thing good enough to stand afeh • long and thorough teat— That's our guaranteed ru of And there's only pture holder. Only Tliiinr Gn«d Enoii)fli To Xtenii A 6(M*«y T*«t We'll make you a guaranteed rupture bolder—make it to your iftiea«ure—*and let you give it a thorough «0 day teat without »•king you io risk a cent— If Tt doesn't Weep your rupture from row ing out or bothering you in aiiy way, no mat ter how hard you work or strain ditebn't prove every claim we make—then you can «end it back an d >t won't coal you a sing * penny. U See What II Roe« pture h«»i<|pr—the fa Mugging Truss— new principle. It This guaranteed mou» ('luth* Automatic I« made on »buolulely la lar wora than just » tru«t SPEAKMAN EMPLOYEES IN SPORTFEST The unmarried men of the Speak man Supply Company defeated I ha married men of the company at the . annua, baseball p.cn.c at ..ns After the game an athletic meet was some performance«; were regintered that would have done credit to men who were In Ira. » the company shipping | held, la which ; , | D. Peters, of : rUOm - W °" th * ^nnlnf high Jump., Ui Grove on Saturday 11 to 10. R P * • splendid performance for au athlete | not in training. •" ">• — rz tional 8,y,e ' brpkp ,h * ,ape n tUe hundred yard dash in the UM lime ot 11 second®. McClees was second. D. Peters third and Short was fourth, The sport summary follows: U Peters, of the Shipping room, won the running Jump. 5 feet. 1 1-3 Inches, and received a watch fob for «rnt nlace ioTs inches, winning a necktie for ' BPKond prize. Q. Plumline, third; j Qummill, fourth ; Lewis, fifth ; Lewis, I,™ ' I " Vo yard dash for boy. under 14 | yearB Won by Willard Speakman. - W i nn i ng: penknife. Second. Aleck ] H)rghman . third, Leonard Drury, and B p 0on ra ce, of ?3 yards, ! glrlg WHB won by Miss Ellwunger. j winning a pair ot cuff buttons; sec ond, Miss Neylan; third. Miss Tay lor; fourth, Miss Abbott, I Sack race. Won by Toughbrldge: second, McClees; third. Spicer, Short, fourth. The winner received a : watch fob. I Many men over 40 years of age ap ipearod on their lino to go for a 50 j P ard daBb Pple rs. first, winning a. box of cigars Second. Alberts, neck-, tio Moot., thirri r.nn/- fmirth Drury rirrrÂÂï-î-r. | Yarnall, fourth. F The hundred yard dash wvs won by ; Clarence Russell, time. 11 second.; ; prizP a wa t,. b fob; second. Met lees a ,, P1 , kn lfc; third. D. Peters; fourth. sh ' or , The lag , event 0 f the morning was (hp necl;t , e and cigarette race, won ; „ gh , and M | 88 Kllwanger; „.„„h Mr k'lovrt and Miss Gamble: I ÄÄ - p(J Klag Day on Saturday evening at (Elks' Hall, No. K3I Market street, Thp bollHC waH tastefully decorated . Thp prograIn waB aB follows: fi()lo .. gtar Spangled Bann-r, | George Abberger; Introductory oxer ' cl ses by the officers; prayer, by chap ilain; flap: record. O. F. McCracken, of ExceUlor Springs. Mo.; "ColmnulA, the Gem of the Ocean.' sung by Ike 1 lodge; "Auld Lang Syne, lodg°, | Elks' tribute to the flag. Brol't. r Charles- Kenworthy: ''America." sung by the lodge; closing exercises, ex alted ruler. Officers who took part were: sitl ■ A. Reis, exalted ruler; James I . I Robbins, esteemed leading knight; E-. . Herman Staesfort. esteemed loyal ; knight; Dr. J. P.4«mw. P8,pp " ,Pd ,' p ' turlng knight: Frank T. Schilling, (chaplain: Charles J Borrell, esquire, (William M. Murphey. tyler; Dr. Norman Winner, inner guard; William L. »annum, secretary; Charles II j Simmons, treasurer. SENATOR o> orris«. The yacht Senator of the Senator Boat Club was out on the river ye« terdav with a party from Pliiladel phla and Reading. Among Ihe guests | were: Frank Brandt. William Sapper j 0 S f P *PhUa£lphU. Harry ( Wol(lti|*r a " r d W ( a , bb b ^ f ' Rpad i n ° K f t'h' ^ - U«* battleship Montana. (n«t«nflv «nd «otomitifllly protfft.» yon your rupture « «n 1 «gainst «very «train. noatibly come nut. . And in addition to rnnalant holding «*"' t wall or »»«n get ne »*«n » kntt un out which you ran n.v.r g»i honor, just oa a brokon let.« rnn.tantly held together- in oddition I" ,hnt tho riutlie Trnea provid»» the only way ever discovered for overcoming the weakness whirl, 1« the real cauee of rupture, .tuet how It doe« that—entirely aulomnli the free book which toe _ ,, Ain Belfr—Tin I.eg.Sirapa An Springs Doe» »woy entirely with the UM of belle, log »imp. »nd upringe. People s«j it i. romfortnble >. their rlnthing. It ,« w«ter ., roo f_ w m hold in î ihe bHtii. At«o perepir« tionproof »ml »»»ity kept He*«. Get AAorld's Greatest Rupture Bonis ture that w. h,« Uk«7h*e tZ Æ'ï in a book alt we have learned during forty year» of experience. .suffering This remarkable heok^B«« pages—ia full of facta never before pst in P> Yt* '«how» why depending on eteatlc or spring tniaaea i* shout ihe wor.t thing you V, "l a*»o»ea the humhng ••.ppliaacea," i •rpethoJf^ P • , "pi••ter«," etc. It expiftin« the denger» of opemUeu And •hoA** yon why. if you -„Sll l Ä >OU nn call!—ia explained i coupon bd will bring yon. Will Save You From Hperalion The rlulhe True» h strengthening «nd henetb'i«! effect h«R completely cured hundreds snd hundred« of people whose esses seemed sloiost hope less. It h«« so thoroughly proved its merits thst many phAsleisns in sll psrts of the country recommend it Instesd of sdvising op such s rentsrksbly thst it now eration. There are 'loth-bound. 9« And'if teil« all «bout the f«m«ui« rtuthe Automatic Managing Truss—howi «impie it ■; n h ,::. il VÆ-SrÆ: hr ing to riak a penny, and how little it costa if von keep it. At»" sivc. voluntary »ndoracment. f''«" 1 Tbc'°ininulc ? it'^'inkes "o wtec'"for this book m«v make ■ big difference in the real of-your life. Dor't teil '• J»-« **• th* coupon or «imply a»v in a Idler or po«t«l, "Send me your kook." over THIS BRI AGS IT Bo* S57—fUTHE CO HP AFT 125 Ea-f _»8rdS»„>EW V«»RK î'iTT Free Book nnd Trial offer. Send me y< ! Nain» J j Address MR. HEVERIN SUFFERS STROKE OF PARALYSIS Special to THK EVENING JOURNAL, DOVER. Del., June 16.—William S. Heverln, of Little Creek, a prominent Î clUaen of that town and a brother of | M- Charles Denney ^ Mrs Jh_ J^^ of para ysle at Little Creek on lnU . rp y chlldr«,,* Day exercls PR wprp Rt thp p 00 p|o a ' Chris* ! In th. J'«' »«POst Church, yesterday at* Defpat|ng thp ba8ebal , team of n * n here Saturday afternoon by the score or 26 to 4. the Dover Odd j Fellows, added another victory to ' - ^graduating Cm. ; ?' | bp ' ,OVP , r I Ml « b P rPap, ' ed , by the Rev. Howard Ennis, a member C High School faculty In (he 1 j Dover Presbyterian Church, marked Hhe beginning of Ihl* week's com j mencement exercises. The final exor 1"'^" will he held in the Dover Oper«! Houw on Wednesday evening. Be ,he fraduatlng class at yesler WPrp P r Bp «'' wp " « ,he pn l' rP pprpa ,PH, bpra ' .. . . The Dover f. O. S. A. allended ser vices in Christ P. K. Church y eater-1 XhTh"y Urn ReC B "KThomSS p HCnPfl lnp KP 1 1 llora 4 0,1 | ,... ,, , ;rr IVILIN (111 OU I lll(i BRANDYWINE The Brandywine Athletic Club Uid ..... annual outing yesterday at ial leyvllle, one hundred members par-' llclpating. The ottlccrs of the -Ivio are: Thomas Lapsley. president; A, H. Miller, vice-president; John Mur phy. treasurer: O. Lewis, financial secretary; Paul Miller, recording sec •'etary. The members «ere conveyed to Tallyvllle by ten automobiles. Tliw -: 'of 19 to 6. The Yeature of the game 1 were the home runs of Bradford and ; Wilson. The lineup was: Married Men— F lavckrtdge. c; P I Orth, p; Wilson, lb: Bradford, 2h; i Murphy, ss: R. Onh. 3b; W. Oldham. cf; J. Luts, rf ; F. Lacy. If. I Single Men- Oldham, c; Dougherty, t>: Wright, lb; McCnomhs. 2b; Dl v 'nc. Lapsley, 3b; Tohln, If; G. sts v ?• ss -1 ... . „ rvrnncrc t (/LOSING EXERCISES AT SALES!ANUM 1 " - With Bishop John J. Monaghan prc&idinR, the cloning service* of the Saleaianuni will be held on Thursday evtniag There being no fourth year class, there will he no graduate« 4 HIr r year. An address will be made hv Fraficis Murphy, on "l^otin, the Universal tongue; and to Its honor, an Ave Marfa," composed by one of the Safes . iammi fathers, will be sung hy Waller r Gallagher of class '(»7. George FI li nan win dP || VP r an oration. John O'Neill will hold aloft the honors due 1 10 oreck. Kranol« Tall will sing a medieval 1 chorrl. and a Greek Students First | Djary , vl]1 bp ,. Pad b ^ har)o i u |. an jriancir. Calhoun will discuss 41erman Harry Walsh, of class '07, will give two vocal selections, and an Instru mental piano selection will he given by Thomas Mnlrooney nf class '12. French will receive Its vivat from X, McLaughlin, whose tribute will be followed by a vocal selection from! Gcunod by Carroll Guenveur of class '10. and then an Alumni chorus will sing the famous "Echoes Militaires," "Joan of Arc." by Louis Siroun. George Cresswell. Francis McDon nell, Dennis Murphy and Francis Kel leher will give the " Sciences" their dues. In the second part of the pro gram. The praises of "Our Mother Tongue" will be sung by a grand chorus, with Miss Mary T, Murphy os accompanist. John Burke will then "advise" his classmalers, and a final place on the program has bear claim ed by Thomas Mnlrooney for sports. The reading of Ihe yearly averages will decide those mpking the Bales iannm. 1 AUTO HITS WAGON; OCCUPANTS ESCAPE Special tn THE EVENING JOURNAL. CAMDEN, Del.. June 16.- A Mary land automobile struck the hack of a wagon driven hy Samuel Phillip« here on Saturday, throwing Mr. Phil lip« nut His two little girl« re mainefi in the wagon, unhurt. William M. Dickson was a passen ger In the auto Hé was very prom inent in the, Democratic, party in j Delaware some year» ago and (a now | j n | P reBted In farming and in the man f turn and sale of Insecticide« and | fangRRldes. Mr. Dickson Jumped from the car land had a doctor with Mr. Phillip« bv | br jjjpg bp bad been carried to a |* Par, '> P nrph whppp » . ^ aa . foU,,d that except for a skinned face he was from only shook. FAJI T() STO p SI'MIAY GAME. BINGHAMTON. N. Y„ June 16. ^jj pr sheriff Seaman had failed to mop yesterday'« New York State Lepgue basoball game. (Senoral Hitch roe k, of counsel for the anti-Sunday ' Hall Committee stated he will pro-1 ! pare a statement and forw ard It U» j Governor Sulzer for the executive to ' j gfiUP instructions to Sheriff Seaman « to enforcing tb; law. Tbc an«*» I under advice Of counsel. j-j i THEATRE EMPLOYES ORGAM/.E.. Theatrical stage employes on Sat* urda y night formed Wilmington L> i i n 0 . 2S4, International Alliance , . „ _ ^ (Theatrical Employes. George Pater son, of Local No. installed the officers. James A. Berry is president and George Dolo secre tary and treasurer. 8, Philadelphia. MR. MILLER SHAKES OFF FEVER \ Otfo H. Miller, the popular young d''i;Keist. has recovered from a four «'Is nttnek of typhoid fever and lb out aaain ^ On The Base Lines Sporting Gossip and Com ment on Plays and Players Let's Get Acquainted Let's Get Acquainted ! ; i for^. l.h.en, ng of that hold ~~ ^ pretty welHn hand bv Jul» 1 ' _ T p, bandPd Vork H ro , „f P „ B on Friday and got back the same row on Saturday. Retaliation. Now that the weather IS good there can he no excuse for the fana not attending the games Cold weather ,,r * rt ..— •* Home again! heretofore Maybe this isn't Ideal baseball 1 weather. - Torn Brown pitched one of the bed games of his carrer on Saturday - t. elchman Is aomc find. He will | he leading this league before many . — daTTn^ThmsdM «me/"' ' Û * y and ,h " u ' <,n > ' ia '" p • , | , 'arkside hoys led Rockford a mer^y old chase until "Herby" Ferguson laid down the hit that brought a twelfth Inning victory for the Tower ...Murphy believes his team Is a hoodoo on the tower diamond and! will look for another playing .''.eld. hoys. Tomniv h , plt „„ .. Tommv Dougherty got ha< k Into the game on Saturday as an «.slat ant manager, and drew a trimmiag. ]?" ,h . 1 ^ pn " ,a h ^ wns hea.en hls .tend" y ' •' ! , a(k Hughes fs feeling somewhat he.le, today. To heal Bancroft give« )H< . k more pTeaeure than the sipping nf . r „,.h m1 , M -... L', 1 , ' IOVM, • urouen, Llenn ""<* 1 ' ,ap ' I Ma , Donahue got his on Saturday Th „ ki ,, ,...., H ,f t L.' „ 1 ' " y P _ H k r.lcnn Is developing into one ^ ' nVchers h th« league of b,Ht pUC "* r * ln ,h lca,< " ' , .. „ . 1 SSSAX WÄ a double and a single. Cincinnati's victories come Just " U,ul 1 "' of,p "- " H •* ,,Ph '•■ Hr turned one against Boston Sun day. , 1 1 Four error* are usually fnouRlf to a S®® 10 come at the ; r ****t time. The Cuba dug up that ! many in Ihclr game with the Dodgers j and lost. Smith Joined In the slug ' 6' n 6 ^ or Brooklyn I do, thle and slngie In four limes up. Bprt Conn *'ie i of Catcher Frost add Pitcher Moser, and the signatures of Pitchers Hlgh ' ,0WPr> McHenry and Fetters Frost I dld not Khow that Ilp hnB " r,Rht " triple, Ü with a The Naps journeyed back home over Sunday to gel whipped by WaM<* Ingtnn. Seventeen men were called into the game fijr Cleveland, hut they finished five rurts shy. rcloH ««i FREDERICK'S IMP WINS LEMON RACE Boat« of the Delaware Yacht and Automobile Club engaged In a lemon race and a class X race in Ihe Dela ware river off Gordon Heights Hatur rhere was a large day afternoon, attendance of water sport lovers and a delightful afternoon was enjoyed The lemon race showed (rants, they being Herbert Smith s PI, Charles Frederick's Imp, and Robert P Fletcher's Bobl»cork. The Imp fin ished first and Boblneork second The Ft was disabled and failed to finish, The class X event showed A. Felix duPont, Edward vtexlm and C. H. Smith. Jr., as entrants, sailing with R. H. Ward, race; Mr. Moxlrn was second and Mr. three en Mr. Smith, wnn dnPnnt third. There also was a game of baseball between the regatta committee and ♦he house committee, and Ihe regatta committee won. 13 to u. The next event at the Yacht Club will he a ladles' Palling race on June SPOON WITH TOBACCO. F. L. I^nnard, representing n. 2S. TODAY'S BASEBALL CHANCES NATIONAL LEAGUE* Boston at Plttabnrgh. rtear Now York at Cincinnati, ctear. Philadelphia at Chicago, Hear. Brooklyn at 8t. Louis, clear. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Detroit at New York, clear. St. I*otil« at Boston, clear. Cleveland at Philadelphia, clear. Chicago at Washington, clear. American Tobacco Company, Is al hh** Mnllln Hotel for a few days explain inK. the Rood qualiliea of J^ 14 1 • s : .Marine cut plug tobacco. The braun haa been on the market for years, and is popular. For a few days a plated teaspoon will be given free to ' Nr J' v purchaser of a 5-cent package of *he tobacco. . ( ov'rL'DTii\ SC4HTS II» ivir.ni in. The Boy Scout« of Old Swed»s , Church will entertain at the parish house this evening in Honor or nn 1 teachers of No. 1 school. | WATCHEs «ill do. I*ut onr In >our Pocket, and easy ayktew. own a Walthttm or Hu milt on. $ 1.00 »hat | r»y 11» ofl. 6«« Klgm MITCHELL, Jewelar, Tord Building. T.nth f- Mark") Street» KerondVlooitfpenNIibtajrhleWeeK^ i Tri-State company, and Mener slao'snd demonatrated that he la not able to > kppp paPP T.tiThte j Rcallr.lnp the fact tha, the baseball 1 fa "? ? f All "" ,n " n »««'r- never sup ported a losing Hub. the managt' effort to Ä the'clty aTlîHîlîlgTo",^ hlnatlon. For several weeks Cough lin haa been angling for another catcher. Several major league clubs were communicated with hut without success. On Thursday the Allentown plR* received word that Charlie Lus - ,.tb Z'Txz .üsrsü would report in Allentown Immedt In order to keep within the 'salary limit, Coughlin was forced to, alçly. release George Edwards, the utility flayer on the pay roll of the Allen town team since the league opened. - The efforts of other contenders to cut down the lend of tne two Phil is»; va .-■**• ,h ° , ' h,l " p,, H, "' "< p eek were fill lie, both Athletics con tinning tht Ir winning way and piling up points against a slump. The Na liotinl League learn made the heller showing, Dooln's players winning si« otic of seven game« by consistent bat ting, combined with excellent fielding land a lighting spirit that refused to mlmll defeat until the third out of the] final inning. In a general way the same holds .line of .the New York Club, for the l5ian,s urp »■«"« « 6«»'« struggle to overtake the Phillies. While the :q llukerB were defeating Cincinnati, thn ,., llutH W( , rP having a far niore *"» k w '"i Chicago and Pitta 1 J0 ?" Thp ( ''" m ^"I'eratc y . n pvpr >' Kante of the four played, ?, ^ tp "' tn " in * «9 n * e,u a " d b ' , pak ° P ven A«1 mi' the Pl«te« "nVw y (lt k «im three simlal.i cl. ti.ir it,, tr yuik won H" 0 " straight, giving their Jr-. ihe first two games from St. laiuls. thereby running their victories up to ,,r ' ,he R,0 I W,U ' '" r,,pd »"d broke the ,l pl, ' ,,p ' M:e by winning Ihe *hlrd. -Cleveland followed St, Umis Into Philadelphia and although runners-up !? ' h ,? A,hlotlcB ' tboy dropped two of ,U ."'V' Ka, " CB / n ' ,, W . l,, '.° Ul 1 (bard atrugglo. for one contest went * s Innings. The one game In Phil« «ä.™! A-ÄTÄ ;D,troll and Chicago, white they won handily a sandwlched-ln game y eater dav at cicvaland. During the games In Washington two odd Incidents al traded attention (o the Senators, Against the Tigers on «Tues, lay. Wash ! Ingtnn won by 3 to 0 on » solitary by Oundll « and on Friday Weaver, of White Sox. was caught tween third and home and then pul ,„,t (, y Shanks, the Washington" l«ft wpc-k. fielder, who had wed in to trinke the p j ay by which Weaver was caught 'third. ■ « We Know That You Will Realize sooner or later llial scouring is an old-time method ol getting your clothes clean onre tried the Re-Nu-lt System ol cleaning. We The lari ed. It has no place with those that have produce today the largest amount ol work that the Wilmington public requires, hut still we have room lor one suit more that we can do lor you. Don t he the last one. Phone your order today. Re-Nu-lt has no equal. Some of Our Prices follow Men's Suits. Re-Nu-lt Cleaned and Pressed, S1.00. Womens Suits. Re-Nu-lt Clean ed and Pressed. $1.50. While Serge Suits, Re-Nu-ll Cleaned and Pressed, $2.00. Short Cloves. Re-Nu-ll Cleaned. 5c. Long Gloves, Re-Nu-lt Cleaned, 10c. Wilmington Steam Dye Works, No. 206 West Fourth Street j* a Keep Kool For Men: Tropical Weight For Ladies: Tub Dresses. Klothes. Suits. Ladies' and Misses' Sizes. Of course we cannot begin tn describe them all. You'll find the values up to our usual standard. That means that if you figure up the cast of the goods, laces, trimming, etc., you'll^ find in many cases the materials will cost more than we ask for the entire garment. $2.4H $3.98 $5.98. Try to match the values. Are you happy ? You can't be happy unless you're comfort able—and you can't he comfortable unless you' re dressed properly. Buy your clothes at the Charge Account Store Although every ounce of superfluous weight has been elimin ated, the wearing qualit ies are not sacrificed. They are particularly well tailored, rics include all wool Blue Serges, guaranteed fast color; also Fancy mixtur es in light and medium shades. They are worth more hut you buy them at $15. and $18. The fab You will he dressed to stand the Sun's hot rays and hy paying a small sum weekly, relieve your self of much the burden of paying. ■ Rain Proof Slip - Ons. Summerand medium 'weights. Men's and Women's Models. • Guaranteed water proof. Stylish and Serv iccahle $8.98. u * , wa imTT mi S-Ji m « yt * ( 415 J I l Chicks on Home Grounds For Ten Day's Series WllmlnKlnn Chick« begin at day homo «land today in which! every team In the league will he mot. ; Allentown opens today; Trenton coines on Wedicsday Thtirsdny and Atlantic City, Frl nn, l Saturday. Harraburt will ' ,»nd Tuesday ; 10-; two dnya aerlea 1 :i ^^- 1 The •"** .»Cackle^ »/» I'^ease the load , *hey have hold Hint e the I' l n/C wik I,« I,« unprofitable of the acsson. Out.' of leaven games played (he Chicks won i four, Harrisburg takln« two I nu row I jand York copping one. Unlike lire vloua losses the pitcher i were not to t blame, Krmren and lack of hstlh.g r •* n , r*: •?» ~ i j«wn hH.-fc lot. however and a big h,r,nK «/ victories Is fxpteted. Dav.d H " n W,U do today. The Chicks opened Inst week with - 3 K«mes won and 1" Ion. they " , ". r, * h, 1 " ' vp, ' k w|fh 27 K"""''' wnB and 13 lost. ' •rrlsburg, whleh be gan the (railing last week gained one m-tn» panio than tho Chlrkn a«id In PRINTERS VVKOH1NU «nrt up. VRTON «I*. Market Hf 50 IN VITA » HIN». ftOf' Bush P rinting und Ktignivinr., |10 *#*«i tr »1.50 Cards. Nu. . SANITARY WORKERS K Kl.TRR RAKITAHV.* OPORI K-RR FXCAVAT Office. H. W. Cnrncr. Fourth and Went ocl'JI If. M. K , mg |J n * «AI. K—ibis M'inr.i, MOTOR •«L.l. "«„.!«*. mîrhiîlî?«; U« iv n;nn!hly .pBjrmcni pUn. our prop», «Ilion hffnrv'buym* ..r >ou will rntr.i it. XaîûJ!! w/bo* 'ii .Trent«, . P M irh, [nn»i in. ' «î,««,« TYPEWRITERS Y Pf.WRITERS RP.PAIRET». RFVTF.n. I »«Id. F««y pnrm^nt*. Hiirtninii, ilictitly u»6il Royila, l'rulfrwfmd«, Rpminictong. Rib bon«. tjp«wr.f6r Rnpply <'o. t Nn, M«r* Knt Ht. Bo(b phonon. •ri tf. Rrmi* IKOV TKFJ. A\r HKTU IOHB0T CASH PRICES PAID F(1R •ernp Iron. «to«l «nd inctnln, ruhbrr ami roil«. Wiltulniton Iron and MMhI Co * Routh .Market and O afreet«. jnnll lyr. lOHnrr oabh prioss paid for ftrrap fron, atrel and tnefala, rubber nnd rop*. Auto tirna a «penalty. B. F«I ward Htirllth. No *J*J4 French Ml. Jnn II Ivr II II MOTORCYCLES 1 New Diningroom Open on 2d Floor Special Brraklas! Special Dinner We cater to business men and women. 25c 35c LUNCH ROOM Seventh Street, Between Market and King THE EXCHANGE hind. the same position thla weeks r.s it i ng well 11 ,,. ,■ i lt i, ought to h-iw n -|>i. M i<ii.i lend by now three and one-half games be Each of the other (««.ms holds did on last Monday. ^ ÄÄluÄ ah^thë 'ÄS.« wel | Thf , „„total average« ap poaring olsrwhrro In this paper .date i^ Miirefka * d Frit* «or ** To date the Chicks have hit the hall hard n.id If the pitchers gel co a are Wednesday's arc : .370; Glee, liman. .411; Jackson, .337; Meyers .357 ; Sharpe. .373; MsKenna, .231; Shollen berger, .250; Brasell. 240; psyld* son. 100; Brown, .119; Tohln, .153 i. .331; Russell, .222; f/A ]} J] - /:*(! 7 /it . æ y iOTEL 5TEND ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. "Wliai, tb„ Hnrf Sing, You to Sleep." Itletit ,,t t heUc«', l''nNhi,motile Moth m ft lino, -h Here ymi lind root in «tum „Bn roll, and enrgoa right n|i In anil timin' thn hotel p in,tele to grand amt enothing. Diatinetly, til,' ,intend ha« Ihe ftneat Inration no tlie bearh. Wohin enny walking dtotanre and rnller rheir ride to the renter nf life and gaiety for whirit Atlantic titty io »Ifincp. Th* Its »H The Kotrl u equipped with «verythinic fort and necessary f«»r hum« to the he« tc patronage All hatha, private and publie, have hot told running, fraeh «nd era wnfer. When the tampai IgbMl and hot and grimy, the Oatend ia the rooleat und moat comfortable hotel in At lantic (Tiy. Uttums large, airy and JT» per cent of the and cltlet rerlook Ihe neean. Special ea to aingh men. Ratna are rennoimbla. Writs for Book lat and Reservation. DAVID P RATHER. Proprietor and Manager. Hotel Oalend, Atlantic, City, N. J.