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DEMOCRATS
10 NAME NEW
COHMIjTEE
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Voters Will Choose Men for
City and County Organiza
tions on October 25
being
ELECT AT MEETINGS
UNLESS OPPOSITION
Considerable attention is
gUen to the forthcoming election on
* the last Saturday in October of mem
c hers of the county and city Democra
The present officers
|j of the Democratic countv committee
i ara, Chauncey P. Holcomb, chair
! tic Committee*
man; John Pearce Cann. secretary,
and James J. Cahill, treasurer. The
organization at present Is dominated
' by followers of Senator Sau'.sbury.j
l These committees are selected in off
j years when po election is held. In
the rural districts the member* are
« chosen at hundred meeting* provided
j. there is no contest. In case of a
contest an election at' the polls la
held
' ^ The election for city committeemen
in the different ward, where there
are contrats will he held Saturday
October 25. ft Is usual, however, for
. the three members of the city com
p mlttee from each ward to be selected
I «t "«rd meetings held at least live
h £v* Kr-ÄÄ-Ät S'ïîïï
5 only * here P there are^two" or" mo,"
fc to L th *
ff. ***** "•••*■«• 1 '*'? VT *
»loua to October 25. Hundred com
. jnltteea are elected also and at the
ward meeting n district committee
É- Snan for each elec,'Ion district in the
»' ward Is chosen. The new city com
r mlttee meets for organization Wed
f nesday night Oct 29, when a chair
• man, vice-chairman, secretary and
R treasurer are elected
The retiring officer* of the city
£ committee are; Daniel p DuRos*,
R Chairman; George W Bader, vice.
? Chairman; C. William Malrom, serre
1, tary; Dennis M. Buckley, fressurer
* At this organization meeting the Wlt
; tnlngton members of the county com
mlttee are usually selected.
ClillDCli'C DACTAD
tnlintn o rftMUn
GUNNERS FLEECED BY
FAKE GAME WARDEN
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ppeclal to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
GEORGETOWN. Del, Sept 8
County Game Warden Charles T.
Jester is investigating a case around
Delmar where a man claiming to he
a game warden took two men Into
custody who were gunning without
having obtained the necessary
license and who obtained $10 from
each gunner to release them Jester
; fetuses t'o give the name* of the two
men who were duped who gave him
; c description of the "fake 1 game
; warden
* TO INSTALL GILBERT
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tor me « ev -
John B. St Felix Isaacs will be held ]
In Gilbert Presbyterian Church. cor :
Installation services
1 ser Thirteenth and French streets,
• this evening; -
Tk „ , - „,1.,. _
The Rev. .1 S. Gliflllan will prs
. elde at the ceremony,
j The subject of the Installation ser
i man, which **111 be preached by lh«
> Rev. w p. Finney, D. D, of Lincoln j
' University, will be "Constituting the
Pastoral Relation." The charge to
; the pastor will be delivered hy the
; Rev. 'U. Franklin Smiley, and the
Rev. j, H. Crawford will deliver the
charge to the people.
Spécial music will be furnlahed by
the Alpha Male Choral Society.
ere
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED.
The following marriage licenses »
istued on Saturday:
By Magistrate Thomas H Rnekley to!
, AVillinm A Jtohring. aged 22 vears ot
à 412 Townsend street, to m*rrv Ml*«
J Lvdia M. G Stebner, 18 of 133« D«v,«
(irret; Geogre F Oavan, 40« Madison
I *tre*t, 2fi, to marry Miss Catharine A.,
I Davey, 27. 914 West Fourth street.
$ t hat les D. Myers, 24 of South Market
Î
I *treet, to marry Miss Elizabeth Camp
l hell 20. living on the same street
'* B\ Magistrate James \V. Robertson'
î to Jame
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- Buck mas te r and Miss Addis
• Faucett; Frink Houck 3« and Miss,
Elizabeth Mver. 38. Stephen Moleza, 24
: *"<1 M ' ss Pm- aca, 21. all ot (
i this city.
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By Magistrate Gluekman to Paul t.
. Brogan, aged 2i years of file»« Chan, d
1er Street, Philadelphia, to marry Mis*
ft Pauline Arbuckle, aged 34 years of lis-i
i "est - xleenth street, this city. Mr.
f irer of the
r, mT any r Th ' ?"
tbir.itr on L, MonH - ,n
h illy on next Monday. Miäs Ar
ft buckle is tlie -Inuphter of Mr and Mrs.
' Philip R Arbuckle. while Mr Brogan
is the »on of Mr and Mrs. William C.
w Brogan of Childs, Md.
Take the West Eighth Street Line di
rect to the Fair Grounds entrance.—Adv
DAILT PUZZLE.

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1 BR «uae she is often tender to
4 a man-of-war; aom.tlmea aMaehed to
answers.
« great buoy, and frequently making
u V" a .r' (peer).
"• he leathers his skull.
", ", a "7 Eve Preremed Adam
■With a little cane-r-(Calnl.
4. When It runs down and strikes
6. Because what is done can't be
■AMT
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QUESTIONS.
1. One man said to another, "Give
tne one of your sheep and I shall
fcav« twice as many as yon." The
other replied "No, give me one of
yours and I shall have as many as
you." How many had each?
were potatoes
_
5 What is an aviator 1,00ft feet in
Ccntroj his
2. Where
found?
first
» 3. What is itie hardest surgical
• operation?
4. Why c*n t the codk eat her
après?
- the air. who can't
«*ch*ne, tike?
SOCIAL AND
PERSONAL NEWS
Mrs. S C. Phillips has returned
from a visit to Seaford.
Mrs. George Clendanlsl of Dover
has been entertaining her sister Mrs.
"£ hael McVey and daUBht ' r of 0,14
Mr. and Mrs. J. Arlle Wllcutts of
Bowers hsve been visiting friends in
this city and Philadelphia,
Mr. and Mrs. John King were re
cent guests of relatives at Bowers. (
Misses Fannie Rust and Katherine
Heard of Farmington, are guests of
friends In this city.
George Le Compt was a week-end
guest, of his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
F. Le Compt of Farmington.
Miss Madaline Miller is visiting
j r *la'ives at Farmington,
I " rR - * ,TTli na Short
I a to friends at Milford.
^ r8 - 8. 'A. Keen and children have
! rt-turnrtl from a visit to relatives at
hae retqr^d
Milford.
™ r - *»d Mrs. Mark L Welsh and
Ron Lloyd have been visiting friends
at Lincoln.
Mies Jennie Montague ha* returned
from a visit to friends at Felton,
Mrs Elizabeth Clifton, who has
1 l 'e«n visiting friends here has re
; ,u rn r< I to FoDon.
, *■ ,rg ' 1 . J rnomas has returned
from a trip to Atlantic City. N. J
**•" Mary Feeney, of 1330 West
T"'' V vim ^ a v"t r " ,urn ' ( * *° m *
" d ' J ' aftfr " * ,ay 0f
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«Sir. I«? u«. Ill
* f * . v»i h VnrU**.-com*
ÄS b, M?s 5 W Wolter.
Mr. *corge Ireland ha. returned
''m^" ,lR ' er 4 " d frl "' d#
Mrs Annie Stain and daughters,
Misses Annie and Adsllne, and Mis.
Annie Boadewlg, of Philadelphia
1 .p«nt yesterday with Mr. and Mrs L»
i jr Wagner.
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Mrs F orence Hitch la spending
some rime with friends at Frederica.
Miss Claramond Betts of Frederica
Is the guest of friends In this cliy.
Mr. and Mr* William H Hale have
been visiting bla father. Henrv M.
Hall of Milford.
Miss Francis
Truitt has been !
«pending some lime with relatives at I
Mllford, I
Mrs. Jennie Peakyne, Mrs. Lottie
Day and Hurley Matthews have been |
visiting friends at Milford.
Misa Helen Griffith has returned
from a visit to friends at Milford.
Mra Henry Hinger, Mrs. Bessie I
Rlchenberper, Mrs. Edward Broom- j
field. Beniamin Hinger and Misa
Laura Ross returned on Tuesday
from Atlantic City, N. J. The trip
was made in Mr. Winger's car,
Michael Burn* of New Jersey, who
has been the guest of his daughter,
J' 4ry - B,,Rn " •* Montrose fgr a
n.
George Pslhoglo«, who for some-1
time has been employed by Michael |
John, the King street fruit dealer, I
left for New York yesterday to return I
to Athens. Greece, his native city.
Nora A. Fox ami Howard R !
Brunner of Roycrsfor, Pa., have returned |
to Ibcir forme,- home after spending the
veek with the latter-* aunt, Mrs. I
A. Carroll of West Mecond street.
Miss Maud Jester and her sister, Mr*, j
Ralph Walsh are visiting their aunt,
Mrs. Robert Hanna at Mnrshallton. Miss
le-ter has just returned from an extan
sire visit through the rfi«, she having
attended the dedication exercise* of the
Mi-
past
John
largest river dam in the world at Keo
kuk, la.
Marshall TindnII of Marshallton, bas
been confined to hit home for the past
two «cek» suffering with a «eiere at
tack of rheumatism.
MJwi chaiiott Waltman i* spending
twu week* at Asbury Park, N. J. I
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EVIOVED A HIT RIDF.
An enjoyable hay ride around the
city, then to Newport, fitanton, Mar
shallton. Elsmere and home again,
was given on Friday evening by the
'Jolly Bunch." and a Jolly one it sure
ly was.
Those in the party Included Mls*es
Nellie Temple. Catherine Rlgney,
Catherine Ward, Helen O'Connell,
Marguerite Maloney, Elizabeth O'Con
lnell. Catherine Hlnks, May Kyle, Alice
Leach. GeOrgae Butlers, Francis Good,
. wÊÊÊÊÊÊÊm H
jAr r hle McGtlroy. Joseph Le Tourneau,
Robert Neasop, Leslie
BRe<1 - - ,ameB McConnell. Peter Davis.
?* r Gentr y. N >«1 Boyle and Norwood
arr,R
Friend* and former parlshoner* of
the Rev. W. F Dickens Lewis. D. D„
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RF.T. DR. W. F. D. LEWIS A VISITOR,
i"bo was a former pastor of Westmln-
ater Church, were glad to welcome
him barjc to Wilmington. Dr. and
Mrs. Lewi* arrived on Frida, bv the
steamship Adriatic, from '
England.
where they have been spending their
vacation, this trip making Dr. Lewis's
forty-first voyage arrosa the Atlantic.
They will shorllv return to Columbus
n. .bei r pre-r,,. home
n
RKftTAl AT BOOTHWTN
A P' PaRin g program ha* been
ranged for the recital and concert ,o
^ Riven
tomorro
ton.
Misa
nr
at Bethel Hall. Boothwyn,
w evening, by Miss Irene Ful
an elocutionist, of this city, and
Elsie Robinson, pianist, assisted
by Miss Ruth Erickson, soloist, and
Misa Mary Harmon, violinist.
"
LIGHTNING RIPS HOUSE
BUT OCCUPANTS ESCAPE
Speeial to THE EVENING JOURNAL
Dtl\ ER, Del., fiept. 8.—During a »e
v *re rain and thunder storm vtsterdat
lightning struck the fatm bouse of V
L "alters, la-tween Dorer and Camden'
it Hr" «truck the chimnev and passed
jdown through a front lied room, running
out of ..nr corner of Die nouee splinter
jing the «ide of the h->u«e. and the
( ivestherboarding on the outside. Sev
le"*' «hingles were also torn from the
The family was in the house at
th * time, but e-caped without injury.
ro^f.
BRIDGEVILLE MAN
CRUSHED TO DEATH
BRIDGEVILLE,
Del. Sep. *—
(Harry Tatraan, aged 34. of Clayton,
was killed here laat night. Employes
of the railroad had about fin'sh-sd
putting in a concrete bridge and
leading the old wooden structure
a csr when Tatman was caught he
tween the bridge and a small house on
the csr and crushed to death
is survived by a widow and
ichlldrsi»
were
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ALBANY, K Y.. Sept 8 -The im
penohment trial of Governor William
Suiter is scheduled to begin on Sep
fember 18. The court of appeals, or a
majority, and the senate, or » majority.
will sit as a court of impeachment in
the senate chamber. Chief Jusice Ed
ear Montgomery Cullen will share with
Senator Robert' F. Wagner in heading
the-impeachment court.. Justice Cullen
Big Boost at Start of State Fair
ra)r w| „ op , n and e#rly thU mor n
»«« the cleric»! force was busy at
the offlce at ttle (ro unds. The office
wm remain there until the Fair
closes on Friday night. Tomorrow,
in addition to neing Booster's Day,
children
Continued from First Page.
will be Children's Day, and the school
ot the en'.-ire State have
been supplied with ticket*. Wednes
day afternoon the offices of the rtu
Pont Powder Company will be clos
ed while the employes attend the
Fair, and on Thursday, the "big day.''
It Is hoped to have Governor Miller
Miller In attendance, it being desig
nated as Governor's Day. The Gov
ernor la now In the West where he
attended the Conference of Govern
ors.
In addition to these special dav*.
the program for the fair calls for the
greatest racing card ever seen here.
In prizes $12,300 will be awarded dl
Premtums, ÎAAOfl;
hors* show
prizes, $2,000, and dog show prizes.
•, ,. , „ . .
Th* 1 nited State* Government ha*
co-operated with the fair managers
and O H Benson, of Washington, will
g.ve demonstration* In this vork
dally to the girls of the canning
club* of the State. Lectures will
given hy a trained nurse from Boston
on the care of Infants each afternoon.
partments, two more than last y ear"
and the Mighty Midway gHe*
promises ot being a carnival of Itself
The racing tomorrow afternoon will
be the feature and the card as pre
pared contains the Johnny Joues
race, which is the 2.30 pace, purse
j$300: the 2.24 trot, purse $300; and
I th® 2 14 trot, purse $300.
Chambe-- Issues Addre-i*.
vlded as follows 1
race purses. $4,700;
The publiciv department of the
Chamber of Commerce has addreaaed to
yh€ people of llmmgton the follow*
mg:
TO THE PEOPLE < OF WILMINGTON.
Tomorrow you ire asked to turn
out in a parade and ca.- y i white
umbrella hearing the device ;"D'>
it for Wilmington,
of you may wonder what such an
adventure means and perhaps the
suggestion may appeal to others
as an idle frolie or n "lark' where
men can merely show themsel.es.
To all such we wish to give the as
surahee it i- no such thing.
Walt Whitman said that the
greatcef city was not the one which
had the tallest spires and the great
est buildings and the most efficient
docks and the most magnificent
boulevard», but it wa* the city
which had for a citizen he greatest
mm. This is a startling thought
when you first hear it but the
really thoughtful will not dispute
with the good gray philosopher
about the truth of the saying.
If what Whitman said wa* true,
howe.er, it I» true because from a
great man will radiate a spirit and
an influence which would make an
insignificant and an obscure city
great.
The object of the parade tomor
row is an endeavor to waken the
civic spirit of Wilmington. It is
to give an opportun 1 !» to the *iti
zt-n of W ilmington at a small cost
and a small expenditure of energy,
to do something for the city.
Tlm»e who initiated and are pro
moting the moveu-ent for the pa
rade believe if the deraonrtral'on
is as succeesful a» it promisee to
be be" that it will be the begin
ning of a . new «and progressive
epoch for Wilmington
The*e men believe that after the
parade it will be easier to t«Ik ro
form of the city jove nment. It
will be easier to ge* a ne» assera
went. It will he easier to get money
to make needed publie improve
ment*; to reasonably get to (ht
Delaware, if you please. In fad
the»* men believe that a successful
parade such as Wilmington should
h»ve tomorrow will once end lor all
fmssh the traditional diffidence ot
I Milmmgton people and start an era
Perhaps some
wa* elected * «tiprem» court lustice in |
1880 tor n term of fourteen years andjbe
re-elerfed ,n 1^04. When Alton W. P,r '
ker resigned in 1904 to become "
didute lor the presidency, Judge ( ullen
waa appointed by Governor Odell
•Ufceed him a* chief tuatice of the court
°< appeal*, and he was elected at the
lollnw.ng election The judge s home ta
in Rronk'lvn Hi in a DiniOCTSt
,n Brooklyn. He Uemocrat.
of progress in which all things
would be possible.
This parade ia another step in a
comprehensive plan of civic better
ment. This plan contemplates that
Wilmington has everything it needs
only the awakened spirit it is now
sought to negotiate. This plan aa
far as it has be»n worked out has
been more than gratifying,
newspapers of lower Delaware and
the Peninsula are revealing in
every issue that already the work
started only a few- weeks ago is
hearing fruit,
the silices* it should be and it will
further this movement more than
anything which has been done up
to this time.
The'management ot the pkrade is
convimed that the importance ot
event cannot be magnified,
success will he due entirely to the
people of Wilmington. Get an uni
m-ella—march. ' Do it for »\
nimpton."
The
Make this parade
CARO or TBAHRB.
r htr.hv wuh to o-ti-mi nj omit Hnrtr«
thanka ta 'ik* Delawar* LoH.». < * ° F.i
^
Tr«lnm»e, ««d th» many frit-nan for thtir
ihm* exprsss-nn» of sympathy in the hours
m >t *'*>' h«r»»»em«at; *;»o for the
bf,u,1 ' ul ,r,bu, * k
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NEW METHODISE CHURCH
cuxamsiT DDirar-t-*
A1 MJIVllVtll OnlUuE
!
The
Mt». Cti.rlf» A. Paris.*
Plans for « new Methtvllit n>»irch to
! he erected at Summit Bridge to Like (he
-i--- .i _i j ...t ,,l
plaça of the old church "nleh
iatniek by h^htninjr °n July 24 nave
'been drawn and tbe contract for the
nf „ church will be aw..«ed the last
\ieek
j rhf Rf . v \ tlhwv B „ rk( . p( ,. t<)r of the
, church, in making nrmngements for an
irirffHltir cflmpnipn which will be^in
! on Tuesday of n-xt week. He has se
cured * large tent in whlca the ser
vice« will he held.
BABYS 5KIN
IN SUMMER
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Needs
CUTICURA
50AP
With occasional applications of Cu
ticura Ointment. They do so much
to dear the skin of sunburn, heat
rashes, irritations, chafings, redness
and roughness, and do it so quickly
and economically. Besides, they are
indispensable for all purposes of the
toilet, bath and nursery from in
fancy to age.
Ctiftoura aad 018taunt sold thrauf
nf esu b malted free, with '7
hour *ho
^ _ -p Book.
o tfd Cntleura Dept 15C Dcct..a
a^Me» whe (lav« ioi rhamp.v' with Cutlcur»
Vac wiii it tort :ox hLU y ad i
JEROME TODAY
FACES PENNY
ANTE CHARGE
Continued from First Page,
but during the night it oecame known i
that .lerorne had been in telephone com
munication with Crown I'rnmitutor Nieol |
and had naked that hi* ca-ie be heard
today. By dawn the
gan to pome In and early in the day the
town was crowded. Some farsighted
folk, remembering their disoppointmen*
at not getting to see Thaw when he was
arraigned went to the court room nnu
pre raapted scats, prepared to wait pa
tiently until the hearing this afternoon.
QtJUiyp. more impetuous, went to the
railroad station to watch ror Jerome «
arrival.
Jerome's counsel made an effdrt' to I
have Judge Mulvena of Sherbrook"
hear the gambling charge, because
they said. Judge McKee, of Coeticook
Is prejudiced and took occasion to
denounce the New Yorker during
Saturday's proceedings.
Thaw w-as quiet today. He was [
still in the Immigrants' detention
room at the railway station and It
was thought possible that he might
be kept here until hi* hearing In
Montreal on Sept. 15. His attorneys
have assured him that they can pro
long his case for anoitier six month*
and that eventually he will be freed
if he will keep still and not Issue
statements. He is trying to obey
them.
ntrv folk be
j
_ re rus r.»» I
ACTIVITIES FOR FALL
I
Miss Sarah L. Pyle, head worker at j
the People's Settlement, returned on j
Saturday evening from North*«!«,
Mass.. where she has been
S
sryi- w I«..™ r. «s '.7.Ù»
t r ' r f be new year s work promises to
exceptionally good.
L . J h * 'naM nf^hî
i^ hein« HîaauraWv
month, which Is beng pleasurab y
f* ttle,nent m,BI '
hers and their frlendi.
A new addition *o «,« ..taB this
y * * J » ' "be M ! th R uft el ! , of
LO^Il. M8?SACnUSPnB. ^ DO IB ÄXPrCi- ,
^ t „ >rrlv# fht8 month . Miss Ruffell
is the first assistant at the Ruggles
Street Settlement. In Boston. She
has taken active part in Settlement
work at Hartley House. In New York,
and taken a course, in the Sehool of
oun.»iu««wi„. „. 4t u
rïî r)în«.J connection wlth
Columbia College. _
Miss Ruffell is a horoughly
cient worker, and wi be a w IfSffl
acquisition to the Settlement staff of
resident workers which will number
six with her arrival.
OPENING DANCE.
Reed's Dancing School at V. M. H A.
Hall, formerly Odd Fellows' Hall, K. W..
tor. Third and King streets, on Tues
day evening. September ft. Bird and
Edwards' Orchestra. Dancing Tuesday
nnd Saturday evenings throughout the
season. Gents. 3ôc; ladies, ISc.*
PLAN SETTLEMENT
SHERIFF SELLS PROPERTY.
Sheriff Burris at the county court
house this morning sold the property of
ictor K. Pyle nnd Lilian J. Pyle, hi*
wife, nnd Charles W. Smith, trustee in
bankruptcy, to William F. Kurtz for 85,
ni» property was on Lincoln
street near Franklin street.
CU-,
«IDW I.UWIlfller
I Inrtprialror
WIlUCilORCI
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Take the West Fifhth Street Line di
rect to the Fair Grounds entrance.—Adv.
»12 and 214
y VV. Ninth St.
Telephones
1203-2074.
DEATHS.
Der* WaHhere
Id» E Myers
MYF.Pf*—T h Phiiidelfliiii. 6.
!P 1 R. 14« B Mrtrfc. «'If** of tufTf Mr
%rt nod dtutbttr of the Ute Benjamin M.
«ad Rüther Bod4v.
Kalatiras nn4 frien4n ere inrit-4 to «t
i»» 4 ♦«»•«' «•rvle«» from ths r«i
flense of her hrothar »n l«w. John Turner,
Sf> 1313 Orangn stfeet. on WednetdftT
t «ftnrnonn. «t ? oviorv. Interment
Biuervlew cemetery.
"ALTHKRS-At OU«|OW BUtioa, an Asp
1 •*'"h»r a, l»t3. Iters Ualth*»«, az»d 73
| on d friend, are Invited t, „.end
| the funemt perrice» «t her residence at
Station, on Tuetday »fternnnn. gef
j 2 0 c,#rk ' Im ' rmen ' «
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, ..U NP LRTAKLRS
Sarah forlelo
! UNDERTAKER,
I The Only Licensed Lady
D, A A 818 D.
Aut., 3339.
711 Jcffeiirn St.
Embalmsr
Lvcning Sales Continue at
ip
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r LA.
— -SÜ
SCHOOL DAYS
mark the beginning of Fall .
clean and press your Fall wardrobe that
you had packed away for the Summer.
Our Re-Nu-lt System of cleaning and
pressing will save you many dollars.
Let us
CaJI us up now before the rush is on. Of course we denn every
thing that's cleanable. We dys all shades.
Wilmington Steam Dye Works,
No. 206 West Fourth Street
FREE PORTRAIT COUPON
A coupon like (kl* In pah.
fished In all editions nf THF
EVENING JOURNAL. Six of
tliese coupon* of conse.utive
dales will give yon FREE OF
CHARGE
graphic enlargement
Present coupons and picture
jou wish enlarged to Photo,
graph Department EVENISG
JOURNAL.
Coupons mnst he presented
hy adults. Free offer limited
to photos containing only one
head. Slight charge for others.
A handsome carhonet enlargement for
the six coupons and Mr, A heantlfn! en.
largement in delicate water colors for six
coupons und 11.
^ÎONDAY,
September 8, tgij.
a superb photo
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VIICKTIAC'C KU1VC »nur
VALtMll\ES NAME NOW
AM THU ttlAini a at f ICTss
UW lilt 1NU1ÄN LINl
Arrested four times within six
months for drunkenness caused Val
oh e the ey 'j r a S g hsrhy Judge Cd, urcS-' :
m»n today. In addition Valentine was |
lined S10 and costs. When arrainged
thls morning, the record of Valentine
f bo ,T B . d - h « Wa ? ar '
this year on the change of drunken! !
ness.
William Hcllvalne. asked that t
charge of assault and battery against
him be continued until Wednesday. I
The defendant' Is accused of assault
,n * Cordelia Jackson. At the request
nt hi » w,f *- Harrison Plner. colored,
charged with wife beating, w as dis
missed. Finer was warned by the
court pot to return, on a like charge,
The defendant was ordered to
the coats In the case.
spending-hers
NO CRIME TO HIRE REER
bottie. if not at anyone
After draining a beer bottle in a *a
men «t Front and Shinier stree - Wi!
H colored, skimmed the
ho,t,, ' ,l, ' roet *** floor Th '' b,r '
Michael 'il«v ohierteH nr
dgred Hughes from the saloon. Here'
f arrested on a
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morninp , hf rh was dismi.sed it!
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$h ?" " that H ' 1Rhes threw the
e 8t sn > one
I ASSUMES DUTIES,
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£*"„'* *** M" bod.-t f hur-h nt ( her
1 tv Hill. «Munira ni' rlutifR af* pastor
|nf th(1 K aet'iiko M. E. Church ye-terday,
The Rev. George E. Wood, of Hebron,
effljMd, ha. been appointed nnstor of the
church nt ( berrv Hill, nnd took charge
of th ^ ohuroh and pr( , cllM hrn
men th#r yesterdiv.
pay
Take the West Eighth Street Line di
rect to the Fair Grounds entrance,—Adv.
Stop Washingat Home
Your Wa*sh CaKed
for and Deliverd for
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ing your *«rk to u*.
Our Equipment i» mrdrrn *Mrh fire* us 12
opportunity to improre on thr work lyttt«.
GIt« us • trial and bo con tinted.
PHONE 60« D.
S03 Shipley Street
Snow White Family Wash Laundry Company.
The Exchange Lunch Rooms
Clam Chtwier
Vegetable St up
Reast Rib «/ Beef
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Candie i Sweet Pita ties Peach Fritters Slued Tomatoes White Potatses
Iced Teas
MUk
Coffee
Butter Sauce
Our Own Home Baked Beans a Specialty
Sevpnlh SI., Between Merkel and King Sh.
Hardware lor Hardwear
If Hardwhere to Find
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DUNCAN HARDWARE CO
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HENRY B. WYCIM. JR.
OWVîfi,
2H IVIirkc! St.
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PLAYING WITH BALL
CHILD BADLY HURT
SFAFORD, Del . Sept. 8—Luella
fCasazza, the fire-year-old daughter
° f AnM *° CaFaïZ *' at * Ufl
rl, nnery of GreenabSum Brothers, was
Jun over by a wagon loaded with to
imatnes near the cannery and received
serious injuries. The child was play
W,th a ba " " h,rh rn "* d unripr
the wheels to secure it just as the
team started. Although a number
" ho witnessed the accident shouted
to the driver he did not succeed in
Betting the team stopped until onu
"heel had passed over the alri,
severely cutting her head, breaking
one arm and injuring her internally.
About 1*0 local Journevmen har
have failed to take out licenses
ssn rs «ää
their licenser have
been notlfled to appear before the
board at that time Tnless thev sc
cure licenses the del'nquents will he
arraRW 'l 8ho,1 W 'bey try to ply their
trade.
T,kR thf "«t Eighth *trr«t Line di
irect to the Fair Gretmdr cn-.sme.-AUv.
the wagon, and she crawled between
DIRBERS 'NEED
LIFE USER.
Lyric Theatre
Mmiflay, Tuesday and Wedaîïday;
Denney ^nd Burn*
(WILMINGTON BOYS)
. Black Face Comedians.
Bflle Navers
CHARACTER COMEDIENNE,
4 Reels of Pictures Every Day.
Admission 5c.

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