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HERE'S TIPS ON HEALTH PROTECTIONS Mr. Ellison Warns Against : Polluted Water and Dirty Milk DANGER FROM GERM CARRYING FLIES Secretary J. Austin Ellison, of the ; Board of'Health, gives some valuable ' hints concerning the health of the j citizens of Wilmington, particularly 1 at this time of the year when so mr.ny dangers in disease breeding germs beset the people. He says: "Polluter water, dirty milk, the j typhoid fly and the malarial moa- j quite constitute an unholy quartet awaiting the arrival of our citizens at any of the summer resorts of this country. Typhoid seems to be more prevalent follewiag th* vacation sea-! •on and for this rca'on persons who ( go aw'ay should b n on 'he look-out for the above dangerous infections. "There Is greater dangir of typhoid Infection in the country dis trict and at summer resorts than there is In Wilmlng'on • h*rc the ' »ater supply Is admittedly good nnd sanitation betb r 'han found in the above place? "The chief water. to overcome menace is polluted Fortunately It is the easiest , Persons who derl' e their water runnly «rom shallow dna wells or from a hody of water In | which sewage 1 » discharged and who drink If untreated, arc !n eminent j danger of typhoid effect Ion. resorts have « wafer supnlv of *hi? , charoct.fr there is Httie » ondrr that m*ny of our c!t!z''ns return from thtir vacations ill with typhoid fever Ah rrnst 1 There arc two simple methods by for w-hich wstcr may be drinking purposes One is by boiling j and the other by th" hypochlorite treatment; Gwt a few ounces of the j _besf quality of chloride of llm® at any ! drug store and mix It—one teaspoon-1 Yul of lime to one quwrf nf water Keep | this solution in a tightly stoppered j bottle To purify water tor diinking! purposes add one teaspconfiil of this ! solution to two ga'lons of w ater. If : wafer I« turhhf strain it through fine muslin before adding so'ufon. "Such prcpareri wate- should be al lowed to stand uncovered for twenty minutes to allow the gases to escape. Keep the water on 1-e. Never put icc In the water." J?astenrtze Milk. made fit Mr Ellison eubmlts the following '«Impie rules to eliminate the milk dangers- 1 ■ "Take a nail a 'Idle shorter than a miiv Lt!i. P Jt., T™ f |w thl 1 Wt«m th. . r 11 » a r , , , , , .. . .. ^1e of milk leap on the boMle) on the »aurer Now pour hot water into the •pall until one-half the bottle | R sub •merged pl-.ce the pall mid contents Son the steve and bring wafer lo boll v --]nt iirTiiit. When water begins to boll Immhdlatelv remove bottle of ini'k ' frnm pall and , ool as rapidly as pos sible This p-wl.urizes he milk and 'kills the disease-producing germs In I it "With respect tn (1y dangers, swat the breeding places. Sprinkle kero-] jsenr over (he cisbuge dally'and In | the drain? occasionally. l'«e an nhun- 1 dence of chloride of lime in the out -1 'buildings Di si it "I the following so. ] lutlon to kill files may be about the bouse , "M'lk. one tencupful 1 "Water, one iracnptul. "Formaldehyde, one t.it'lesponnful and five drops- of ordinary bitting. ; placed ; I "Pour this solution in .1 saucer on .«Phlch n one-inch cube of bread has Seen placed, ilwavs keeping surplus >f liquid In saucer The bluing Is add Sd to give a enlcr which wlil deter • dulls from drinking the solution Keep out of reach of children Kerosene for Mosquitoes, , ' Fo, masoultoes kerosene should be applied wherever these pests breed. , ' One of the most efficient ways to I ! ,. , . . , . , . . , -guard against typhoid dangers is to , secure an antl-typhold vaccination he dWre von leave the city. It Will h" ;neeeesarv for you to start this treat • im^nt three weeks before you Intend to leave Three Inoculations, ten days tbetween each, being required to de jvelop Immunity. . ..... HUSBAND AALLLj WIFE STRICKEN I ,1. H. Edwards, a conductor In the employ of the xvilmlngton and Phlla flelphla Trirtton Company, who ha? Keen 111 for four months and been •perated on at the Phvaiclans nnd fnrgeona Hospital he» recovered. Mrs Edwards is now confined »0 her bed but her condition Is not serious. FOURTH GLASS MIDDIES. Among the members ot the fourth da?? middies at Annapolis are Frank E. Dean, D. R Evans and O E. Spru ance of Delaware. T BAD COLD? YOUR HEAD STUFFED? 0c e Dose Pape's Cold Uemnonnd Gives Relief—( nre H Fe« Honrs. You will distinctly feel vour cold bresk et and^all ih, Grippe ,-ymp tems leaving after taking the vepy 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 't, u »» a ** « ve r* c . old - « l ** r Bmbe or It promptly relieves the most mis erable headaches, dullness, head and post stuffed up, feverishness, snees Ing, sore throat, running of the nose mucous catarrhal discharges, sore ness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges Get a 25-cenl package of "Pape's Cold Compound" from your druggist and take It with the knowledge that It will positively and promptly cure your cold and end all the Grippe mis ery; without any assistance or SHer-effccts and that if contains no. quinine 2 —don't accept something else laid to be just as good. Tastes nice gently. M'Millan's Arctic Steamer Diana is Fast Aground Off Newfoundland and It is Believed She Will be a Total Loss J f. / : * ***• « * 9é \ ^ * -< a ! 3J» J - « • » ) ..s Tv * \ i • i / - > ». r * '* "WOf iu ■ WÊ ' s UtZJi n . ■ IT*«» Av '•r.-awH , f v iSL. :■ ~rz. 9 P [EAM5HÏP PIAME NEWS NOTES cpCflU QRVIONS IN v OF NEW CASTLE Magistrate is Kept Busy During Week Hearing Violations of Law ToF TllVJN T H I1RTHFS lilt lv'' 1 ' UUUIWHW Special to THE EVENING IOIBXAL V L-vv , »<1-11 I,,lv , \|.„,i-tro. NK ' , . , " Nick,r#on l "''' k<,,lt ' orv y 1 im -I lew day» by law breakers, and Con .4,ki p Wi-ioiit hud tn utlrt i-., e g*»ollu Wile "uglit mm - to bi* »upplj hmamc he bad l" man by automobil« wo many »une- tm. Margaret Klink ami llemieiut ( uok |, lld , ( „„ 0 dillcrr•nee- in I)dilmi-ville, ,-n 1 . . , , Mln i , ' " lnM " 1,1 1 ' till uild Jwttory. kjm_va a e i loirue of a a» held up. lulu Shilling hud Georg, rested on « churae - Ferris ar of disorderly -on icg.irdimt the Shilling yard, nut <■,,»;». W illiam By aid, remark» The trouble am»« over clpth.int! on me ue in , 1 s tired $3 duct George colored, was directed , the eosi.s of a charge pn-teucd 1 by M try Manning. W'v Mr». Kate Sheldon ,-aine Iter. froiu XI aryls ml in search of her liusbsn 1 koras ere. *' r,> '' she found him «I tl,e home W illi.tm , ver Sheldon There ,-ie took - 01 , -h n violent hand able that he w.ts hoc,I -lit for as a r, Mr». Sheldon. Mr«, Then a »»uniting Sheldon »at» placed tinder a peace bend from flic Forearre re»i 1 Then Mrs Sheldon had her husband, Benjamin, arrested for non-support Magistrate Nickerson reviewed the rights of husband and wife and the ecu, pie agreed to »tart housekeeping here, Thereupon the charge was held up. X'ew Castle i» not very large, but it ^ ttirpr wdmr , m „ , v ,dlev line- running , », t todllv Ono ,, nm , s fr ,„„ the gm|th ,„eluding Delaware Citv. while , h(l n „ rthprn „„es come from AVilming ton Mn „ Mo(ire '. corner, ami „fher hv Eden Park. The terminal« „„ nt Krrmt rtnd Fourth and Market. ; »treet*. I'o*t,master John P Murphy announce* (),„« tit«» following letters remain on ^ ,-iilled for at the po»toffire Charles Bowling. Mr« Cnrron laekwon, Mr» Thom»» Kemp. -lames Powell, loir» Rob r 'rt'- 'f* s * Martha Smtt '0«» Helen l/imlrra is visiting rel* tiv .'* , n 'Vert CJeet er. . VT 1 '^ , Ç nn 'elw ami , Mn ' v '' "Î v'T'lÄ hÄV * nrr*n w*fnt in Nqw Rpi»rinl «Pinioiu >vM1 Dr in *nnip nf fl»r rbnrrl*#*«. tomorrow, Hnnrv MfiHHon wlM Dp flip Oppho BpppR Park officer during the coming week.!» while Officer William Wcggenmnnn I» at Tamp Mnedonough. New Castle e\|Vcfs fn he in the eon test at the Panama Exposition, in Ran Francisco, In Ifil.X. with it« pretty ehil dren There are manv l,and«ome voting = «er« here and the. will enter the con test hv having their photographs on ex hihilion in the Temple of Phildhood. 1 oenl market gardener« aro picking carl«- tomatoes for the XA'tlmingfon mar kefs. R. k 0. TFTS TO Ml FT. The Veteran Employes' AetocDtlon of the Philadelphia division ot the B and O. railroad company will meet in Odd Fellows' Hall. Highlands, this evening. This will be the first meet | n g of the association ever held tn Wilmington, and the committee in charge has arranged a very pieasine ; program of entertainment, and lunch i will be served. Wive» of the mem bers have been invited fo attend. I ._ ... 1 I D A t IX( JR IS AT SHELLPOT Sacred concerts will as usual take Ah* place of vaudeville tn the Famlh Theatre Park tomorrow There will be free concerts with | elaborate programs by the Henry & | Young Military Band Tuesday of next, week will be Children's Day as bad'usual and all children arriving at the park between noon and 3 o'clock on I the cars of the Wilmington and Phil adetphia Traction Company will be J admitted free to all the amusement*. ' M.. ÿ - .*7] X'EW Y'>RK iuiy Î9 Dispatch a y\i Am*, )f m -O V D V u. . , explore Crocker Land, »a? sent nuti Mê m Â DM, A'i J HI5 E h s * fiom Si lohn' , Newfoundland, siyliiv **iat the seating steamer Diana. <on vtvlug the MucMiIIhii arctic oxpedi tlon northward, »ent ashore in a dense fog ..I Barge P-nnt, duty mil - we t ot Btitle Maibor Ut lh Ish strait. Actording |o l lu la« M ie ports, the Diana K ao (Irmly agrouml that H U uullkvly she will ever , «• re floDt'd. I b ..ew lotu.idlaud govein ment rr .iis. r Stella Mans hr- b. n ordeud .„ ,,„ r „ js r)ll tan ()llU , h „ |, 1Bn . t ,, lt r ,„ s u-,ii!ier I - heavlh In,vied with , -aI and mppllea fnr ... Every ope aboard tint Diana Is r ■ 'ported to tie mte 'J'lu- e»|..-.|if;m. ||pnd „ d |iy Dona|d „ M m Mlllan heavily loaded »-uti I "al atu I 'uppliiv fur tin - expedition Diana Is r • " r - PROF. GRANTHAN K .wixo Wilmington Boy B *t«n Ly Dog, Takes Pasteur Treatment Special In THE EVENING JOI KXAL NEWARK. July 19. I'rof,-s.-or A. E. Grantham has purchased the farm n f Charles R. K Lewis, aljo ulii" Ine a t| 0 n is said to have been $l.V0no farm in the fall but will contmue as Agronomist in the college experiment st,,non ' Louis Llttman. of (ouisvllle, Ky., representing the organization KeC Men's Fraternal Dome coiiMSt ing of about lu acres. The consider part ment of tthe Improved Order ot a sp -l.it Profesor Grantham will move to Die de rfeptasophe. will conduct class Initiation at the local lodze next Tuesday night. The Sunday srhool of the Newark hold lie Tltea Presbyterian Church Ip'enic at Welsh traet will next I day j John Frazier a • ■ nk near , i ron Hill, raised a terord crop of hsy ! «hl* year on a lift ,-n-arre field. He çalberod hay Arid. T.'B. Ferguson haa broken ground 0 *' »lx brick houses to be built for Mrs. Nan Kennedy, on Delaware ave |"" p nPar Aeademv street Bitten by a mad dog at Milliontem, Wilmington, is taking the treatment from Dr. Herbert J. Wat Md . Price Phillips, a young bov o Pasteur / son. Joseph Frown, a farmer living near the Head of Christiana Chureh, was thrown from a wagon several days ago and was badlv rut and bruised A movement has been started fo have Minnehaha Tribe of Red Men's Band give a publie concert one or two evenings a week during the sum mer, * • MAT NOT REF ALL JUDGE. Jlowoll S F.ndand has received a letter from William J Hoffman of Portland Oregon, who formerly re elded here In which he say? that the movement started in Oregon for the recall of Judge X. Davis a Deta warean. had about died out Da-is, Mr furred the displeasure of certain in terests by a recent decision and this was used hy the advocates of the re Judge had in Hoffman said. call against him. At present there is a decision i hanging fire in ihe Supreme Court of! Oregon as to the constitutionality of recall enactment The state lee's lature of Dragon he said rpcornD-d that the constitutionaltv of the law was in question but wa- n r-ald to pass a lav a«-thr last session which! would make it operativ* Mm Auv rd land tin American Museum of Xaiura 1 Hlsloiy However, no worq came to them Ironi ihe siranclcil Diana. Tb' IM-tna led New YoiK on luly 2. Tin schooner stopped at Boston to take on upplies and left that »inrt July She .--vied from Svdney, Inly 12 Those shown In the small int-nire aie, until loll to ngiu. top low Iqr.mie L Allen, electrician and wirelcsl opera 1 or. Ensign Fltlbusb >: r .( s N. physicist, and engit neer: W Elmer Ekblow, geologist -mil botanist; trout row Dr H. J. Hunt, mug»'uii; Commander Donald It MacMillan, Dr C. M Tanquary, Geographical society N S . neer; \\ ", -i ipn I ERECT NEW PARSONAGE AT CHESTER-BF.THEL CHURCH District Superintendent R. L. Hof ftcker piesided at quarterly confer II, e ai ('bester Bethel M. E. Church v < tcrtla;- Action was taken lo • the tnirtees to sell the old .-"Hhorlzi parsonage and reinvest the proceeds m ,|,c nor.- parsonage being erected ou n lot adjoining the chureh which vas purchased from Warren Mis simer. The new parsonage Is of the commodious cottage type, well ar ranged, and it and the lot will cost SPECIAL MUSIC VT SPRINGS. Appropriate and specially selected program will be given by the park or h< -tm at Brandywine Springs Pa'k in the theatre, tomorrow afternoon and evening, for which no admission will be charged. The final production of the drama "The Wolf" will be given this evening and on Mondav the company will open with "The Tie That Pinds." which is a most pathetic drama, and In which the new mem hers of the «onipany will take paît DON'T FEAR SUNBURN Jr u< I'lfli ' •<*.. \ ' % / « CUT1CURA And Cuticura Ointment will care for SOAP • , . . , , , , skin of sunburn, heat rasnes, redness and roughness, and do it so quickly and economically. your skin -They do so much to clear j CutlPur* «=ap tt£ A . Otataeot *oM ttwjftnut th* world «2-p book Addrr.e * CX'ttnjr* Dept 2C notion ûT*M*a ^fc* *h*vr *od »bam»w wii*. Cutleun Ub«r»i «ojpic of each malice fre* *rtth %itr vtM *Ad »i beat bu • le *tu: a»*iA SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS Miss Mvrtle Hoffecker, of Clayton, is the guest of relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Young, who have been spending a few weeks in this city, have returned to Clay Ion Miss Flo Jones, of Smyrna, has been gpend:iig a few- days in this city, Miss Bessie Birnle ot Audubon Park. X J , is Visiting relatives in this , itv inu City. Mrs. John Dougliertv has been visiting mends nr Odessa. i Miss Elizabeth Yeager is spending ■ 6e »r rH at ' Vl * r " u ' k - Md 1 Mrs. Robert Taylor and daughter Sara, of Stanton, were recent guests of irlends In this eitv 1 Mfcs Flora H Ash of Elkton. Mrt is Visiting in this eitv. Miss Gretchei Baylla is spending two weeks at her home at Stockton. M.l Mrs Ellen Flanagan Is visiting relative.-- ul'Schuylkll! Haven, Pu. Grier Baynum of Milford, is visit ing relatives here. Miss Maud S Oner is spending her vaention at Salisbury. Md f-li and Mrs W. F. W'alfiwjlght, of <109 West Fifth street, are sjif tid ing two weeks at Ocean City. Md. Dolan Is spending a .-Iiss Mu; week at Cape May. X. I. Miss t iiH-tn Thede und sister Bea trice of Salem, Mass., have been -.ls itlng ,.ir. and Mrs Charles C. Buoy and family of 1808 Wes: Second street Miss Marion Euoy. has left for a vacation which she will spend with her uncle, the Rev Ervin Powell and lamily at Cincinnati. Mis. Charles E AVilliams is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Herman P. Hazsll. of Smyrna. James V Roberts i?, the guest of his sister, Miss Irene Roberts, ov Sm> rna. Mr and Mrs. W little Mrs Sheppard's brother. W band, of Iii-nton. Md Miss Clara Pierson. Miss Margaret s- nee le and Miss Pauline Roberts Mrs. Car! A. Sheppard and nephew have been visiting R Alla Ulr uere tru« st» Rauscher, of Sadfeburyvllle. .»I l Blacktston have lieen visiting the Misses Edith and Elsie Gibbons, of Fleming's Landing. Mrs. Sarah Clinton has been spending a month with Mrs. Alma Gibbons, of Fleming's Landing. Mrs Slaughter has been visiting Mrs. D. H. Boyce, at Chesvvoid. -o ALLKM-SOWDEN. Miss Virginia Allen, of X'o. 110S West Sixth street and Edward C. Sow ,,t »'--Miwiifon were married by the Rev. Howard Qnigg In Elklon, Md.. ■n> ' nuple were accom ''I" 1 M it: « Olive Rhoades and Harvey Rottawell. — — — ...... ■ ll. -t DRAWS OUT POISON Martelons Anlisepllr fltaf Draws Glus», Wood and Needles from the Mesh. There never was known such a powerful drawing ointment as San Cura. Wherever It has been used it has created astonishment It drew a needle out of the foot of the daugh ter of Mrs. James Hitchcock, of Cen terville, Pa., after the doctor had used his lanre and failed. Nothing so healing or antiseptic can be purchased today. It possesses so much healing virtue that if is guaranteed by Scarborough Drug Co. to quickly cure any kind of piles, eczema. tetter, salt rheum, bolls. ulcers, all kinds of sores, chilblains, and chap ped hands, or money baek. It's a mighty handy remedy to carbuncles, chronic have in the house in sueh as bruises, burns, cut or scalds, because It kills the pain instantly. It's a medicine chest Jn itself—a lit- ! tie family physician that Is ever tn demand 25c and 50c a jar at Scar borough Drug Cto. emergencies . BEST Shl> SOAP * s ^' an Çura Soap, because of its Kfeaf antiseptic and healing virtues | lTse u regularly, and it will make I »he skin soft and velvety; will move pimples and blackheads. its the real soap for babies' tender skin, which mothers of infants should re member. 25 rents a large cake ,at Scarborough Drug Co, Mail orders for San Cura Ointment and Soap filled by Thompson Medical Co.. Titusville. Pa re J §3 rkvj » [c ' -L W x. H OTEL 'TEND ATLANTIC CITY, N J ' 'Wherr th* Surf StDg» You to Sl*ep." K ijfhr «t CHeltP* * F**hion*ble Bath ing Hearh. Here yon And rest In abun rinmr. The ocean roll» and surgt» right up to nnd under the hotel piazza. he niuair is grtind and soothing Uistinctly. the (»»tend ho« the tinuftt location uu the bp*rh Within easy walking and roller chair ridu to th* renter of life d gaiety for which Atlantic City Is fanout The Hofei is equipped with *\orything p»*ary lor human comfort and cater* to the best patronage AM b-*ilh». private and public, hare hot and cnid running, freah and sen water When the temperature I* highest and cities hot and grimy, the Ogtend is the rooiest :i nd most comfortable hotel in At lantic City Room* large, airy and 9.S per cent of them overlook th« oce rates to atngle men. Rates are reatonsbl*. Writ* for Book let and Reservation h|,«L'inl DAVID P PATHPR, Proprietor and Manager. Hot«! Ostend. Atlantic. City. N J ICüHÛ'S VITAL RESTORATIVE R Horror«» M«o'» Vitality. Prie« ft. At all druggist*. Alway« hand at Miller Drug Ca.'a, * 0 * Mark«» St, WUmington. OaL 9* Mai HEAVY TRAVEL ON WILSON LIVE. | That it is becoming a custon with 1 people both in this city and Phtladel- j phia to travel on a certain day in ' each week is shown by the patronage ! of the Wilson Line boats. For in stance, Saturdays and Sundays are always popular because they are the days on which numerous persons have a holdlday. Thursday a large number of the passengers are store keepers and their clerks, who are lak ing an outing because the stores are closed for a half day In Wilmington. I | " dl d 58 ,hp Ph.ladelphia store- | keepers and their employes come in i .... , 1 U»* direction because that is the day ! that the stores close early there. In I the evenlngs'people of both cities who 1 1 w ant to escape the heat take moon ..... . .. " sht trlp8 ,or tl,at P ur ' ,08e Ho « ever, they all seek the boats when „ , looking tor a pleasure trip. - - v. ■ ARDEN MUS1NGS. Memhet* ot tli>- Arden K.|iia! Suffrage i League went to Ro.-e Valley last even- I lt ll the H bleu wood 1 lie and Drum • ii(v. , ,, .. , ... , , « I im-i ling tiled'. I' I a Ilk Stephens, it tills j tee of the eololiy. was one of tile speak- | iug I Arden, to attend the t « 1 '-. Als Guild wii* ! I liis flu* Titfver»' >U'e ;i iircMfiil.itiiiii ot ** 1 lie* Merchant of I Venice'* in the open air theatre at Arden. 1 tn< will be followed bv it dame, ■ „ ; ,v . t tomorrow morning the B. & O. team will piny the Arden team. i.ORDS FROiVi Hi ME Statements That May be Investigated Testimony of Wilmington Citizens. W hen a Wilmington citizen comes to the tiont. telling his friends and neigh* expoi ic-nce, you can rely on rite statements of people residing in far away places do not com manu your ooutldciue. Home endorse ment is the kind that backs Doan's Kid ney Pills, in-' hors ot his his sincerity. Such testimony is convinc liivestigation proves if tine Below .statement of i Wilmington re.i stronger proof of merit can .be !» a df-nt. N had. • I, K. Powell. X'o. 'lia Lombard street, Wilmington. Del., says: "I suffered in tensely from backache and othei toms of kidney complaint, five years the trouble citing to me. My hack pained me when 1 stooped, and ached badly at night. The kidney seer» lions were in had shape Hie passages were too frequent, and often there was •ediment in tin ••eeretioiis f henul about DoanV Kidney pill* and get a supply at Danfort It's Pnnrmncy. 'I'hev helped me right «wav, and it wasn't long .before I was vve'l. You may continue to nub lish the endorsement I gave Doan's Kid ne.v Pills in l!)(i!i." For sale bv all dealers. Priée âO cents. Koster Miihiirn Co., HuiTalo. X'ew York, sole agents for the I'nited Stales. Kcmenilicr the name — Dunn's — ami take no other. *y nip Kor four m T~ ' ~~ DURING THE WEEK NO WARM WEATHER AT OCEAN BEACH PARK NEW C ASTLE. DEL. Fine Bathing. Dancing. Tennis Courts. Amusements For Children. Baseball Diamond. the Cars leave Front and Market Streets week days on hour and hall hour. Saturdays and Sundays, every 20 minutes alter 12.40 p. m. H.gh water to-day (Saturday), a. m.. 10.45 11.15 p. m. Best of order prevails. =^v ft Contractors and Builders We would like you to know We appreciate your orders Christiana Lumber and Mfg. Co. Yard. Townsend Road. South Side, Olfice, lo9 King Street, Wilmington, Del. EIGENE SCHULTZ, Manager. JOHN A. CRANSTON, President I Delaw areJ ru s -ME COP}-N i l NT t-1 Ä- MARKETTItS. ■ S It makes payments easy fo pay bv check, affording a saving of time and money, and insuring the safety of funds. The Dela ware Trust Company cordially luvltes your account subject to "hef'k Moderate Accounts \ Individual depositors and small business houses form one of the most important elements of strength in this Bank. No, customer need feel his account too small to merit and receive our personal interest and tentton. Tn the cordial relations existing between this Bank and its depositors, both large and small, may he found one of the reaso'ns for its consistent growth and pop ularity at The Equitable Guarantee and Trust Company. N. W. Cor. Ninth and Market Sts. .... $500.000 Capital . Earned Surplus and Undivided Profit« .... $790 000 j| f rec J r j a | y ffa m n | § f0 i |jy SENT FliEE TO MEN A Mcsl Plra^nq Remedy Given lo Quickly Restore Lost Vilaiiiy. « Mail lo All Wlio Write. Fr „ trin | , nf Kn .rvitt . son pi*-.*!»» rnnady nrr tx-ian nm. ..t n all man who writ, te Dr, toim k Hawaii s.v «jay who had battled far years against the mental «offering nt m»n weakness iiova written thanking him fer Ihr errat brnetil re tc ive.i, therefore. t>r Hawaii hoa d. .tdcd to s '"'.' 1 fr, T ,rl: '' •'■'»•ment» te nil men who l'off/r with'niü form nTVvr » Knr'» d rcl'nlonj from f '"> ■ P,'«mature to«» <.f stiength and maniory, weak baek, lack of '•••"«y ''"«dene« «n no» .ee.w, * ''\' g '■ •«««•ment ni borne The treatment hus a peculiar erateful m&eri f , f w *rmth and »com* to art direct desired location, promoting htrnnglh nnd da Iwa!Tt*rNJ!Srl.^ h hV^i. «„,i i n . rrn ,;, frnnl yMr , f , ( d 0 f ,r< th» 1 *n«urai funrtions. and hn» met with remarkable me ' KS '- .«'« n c « s< ** »ppronebing advanced Ike A request to John S Howell. M U , Sou. •""•■ Auditorium Hail,ling, Cia.hin.ti, Ohio, ..tarins that you deairr one of hi* free trial | pack age. w-ip. be complied with promptly. He is desirous of reaching that great 'dnaa blr to leave home to he «f*mp!e will enable th«*m •«* how easy it is to eiuccM»fully treat ueakncfts when the proper make: to the 'dfd It is ! J'j win» are mid fhr frnp I to ""ployed. Ur. How«:) t noil». Any man who writ fn ., simp , r nnd n, eraturB- r , r „ fu)lv a plain package. «o that you n*«d havi» no frrtr nf rinhannssnipnl or publicity. Reader* ere requested to write without delay. rated. mrdiea are no reatric 111 be sent a alrd in HOTEL LENOX North SL, at Delaware Are. BUFFALO. N. Y. ■FT list J* TO Me ' it « t ae? RlJ; »1 f | ' BUPKALO'8 LEADING TOURIST HOTEL Hotel Lenox Is modern, fire proof and beautifully located It Is popular with tourists because of Its fair ra'es, courteous treat ment and complete equipment. The cuisine and service are the j best obtainable. EUROPEAN PLAN. SI 50 PER DAY AND HP. Bpffllftl WfVUy and Monthly Rat^*. Write for mmplimentary "Guide of Buffalo »nd Niogara Fall»." »Uo for Special Taxlrnb Arrangement C. A. MINER, Mnfinger.