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commodious and modern in every re-j spect. This movement calls attention to the fact that t.us bank, the parent in •titution of which is here in Dover, is over a century old and that it is , miaue to Gibraltar. It is owned really by the people of Delaware and the State has control of it. REFORMERS AND SECULAR LAW. From the Dover State Sentinel. We note that the Rev. Dr. .Morgan re turns the tire of Messrs. Ward and Hast ing„ in the controversy over the pro posed test of the constitutionality of the law prohibiting the shipment of in toxirating liquor into Kent and Sussex counties. Now we Lankly confess, that we have read none of the article. >n the controversy. We are not particular ly interested in what Hie contestants say. We arc interested m the fact whether the law is a right or wrong one. To us it ia a matter of ethics of the aist importance that the laws be right, iluit is, that they arc right in the sense >1 accord with the supreme law n < Joe te «. u'T whet lier eiinc Mr Ward o. Mr. Hastings uciicm- h • n " " 1 !' r *' r " n ' A *, h ,4 sential that they lieueve . ither wtij. seems to us that a position of 1 <1 •*> t know, would (M' advantagçous u pro e^ cntni): the study of auch a p ' ■ arc sure, however, that. j< • • - nor ony or all o '*■ 1 1 ? ' II. Min} rip ' "t * •' . *' ' tie lawyers a >o • M '.j *" P?*"'. ,, nC()n1 fitutinnal its en forcement vvilf deprive ,omc citizen of the Slate nf a right fundamental to good g . m u. h., in. A legi«. aturc has nr an-j ♦ hunt., t.. enact a law contrary to the constitution: the law ; rovidos methods citiien^ïiirli'.^n.rf^sav'dntS, to'^ to jt thiit the'lest i- made in order that the lav. may V.c made right if wrung, or established if it i- ilttht.. If Dr. Mormon- i ition is to he af firmed that of tlic rigid of the church OWNED BY THE PEOPLE. From the Dover Delawarean. The Wilmington branch of the Far mers' Bank is to erect a new building, and elergv - t<> dictate in the .legislation ; und administration of the State, the , church becmiot the State, and the clergy instead of «pirifusl councilors and help ers, becomes our master». . Refoi i-ib «heiild h'" ,a B ue just right m tm, ethic« of i Stines O Av'or'n, 1 ., not conform to the I f V c'u?;h 1 i _ , , Tranacrint I The determination of State School 1 Warner to get close 11," bools and teachers by personal visitation is n good one. He seems dé sirions of pelting acquainted with all tlic details of our public school system, and in no way can plished than by personal contact. WAGNF."'S PLAN A GOOD ONE. this be better accora COUNCILMEN AND SQUATTERS. From the Newark Ledger. It did not take Council of Wilmington j long to take action against the "squat the market®, to the farmer?. tt r»" occupying places in rightfully belonging This should be good news to the far the trouble about getting space PHM. as the markets to do business will now unpared with the Ted: he simple* tape Ut-ed heretofore. To mi v the least, it is rather hard on thive who had space joying the pri-ilegei law, belonged to the fanners who cared lo attend market. The "squatters" do to tie ousted without know an c< They weie ; thst. according to n not propose :ng that they are rightfully ousted. The joui t may have to settle the affair. STREET MARKET CONDITIONS. From the Wilmington Labor Herald. A representative of the Herald stood It Fifth and King streets last Safur day morning waiting for n car. strict enforcement of the market laws was slated for thnt morning, of the market was busily engaged going through the market squatters to vacate, said, w*jll hç greatly improved by to Hie The clerk the notifying Conditions, it OFEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT <1 r A <1 h I» a PAYS THE BILL Cl r ^ —Everything you need for fall and winter at the very lowest prices and on the easiest credit terms. —Men's suits, topcoats, raincoats, over coats, hats and shoes. —Women's suits, coats, millinery, waists and dresses. —Complete outfits from S10 to £30. Choose your new garments and get a full season's wear out of them. —We're ready to clothe every man, woman and child in up-to-date fashion, and we'll make the terms just as easy as you want them. —Come to the Fair and Square store for your clothing. —We guarantee everything. I urn ilr'yù Ir (> i A -T \ -Yv 4 v J tj j Q * ^ » r 4 44s l/i 713 Market Street 4 * dav's market. The Herald man noticed tv/o huckstera, each carrying a basket of sweet potatoes selling them to the farmer* whose wagons are barked up to' the curb. Approaching each farmer they would say : "Want to buy a basket of sweets—£5e?" And the hucksters dispoeed of several baskets right around Fifth an ' 1 . streets, rho '"»position °? ,ne ? m °\ g pubhe when Ä. I.SÄI . nt so mueh a a.mrt£ n.ck The '' wb ,.„ making a purchase from an nt the curb market heliveel that it is dealing with the producer di t ln ) eliminating the prolit» of the commission man. But sueh'.is not the t . asP j„ oases like the above. It is also understood that many times the public 1mg bpcn gtunR w j tb C rate eggs bought ; from n f armPr when the eggs were sup poepf| to bl . ,, .ountrv product. | 0<m ditions should b. bettered in the raark „ ts „„.j u) | the blame does not ; rpst upon ,he so called squatters. The , fnrmPr ' fiho „,,| come in for his share. A f arniPr occupying i curb space on either ; King or yj^iso,, street should* be al - j lowp<1 to g(>1 , notl|inK bl|t tbp products of b)g own farm ; Tf . our mjnd jt ift morp thnn „ one . mnn j ob to correct the present bad con <b tions in the street markets. There is! p]pnt;r of y H uit to be found and it can; folln( j nn d rrmP died if for a short, ,n few simtlers were employed to watch (bp no f i ons ,,f t i 10Be wb o are now oc j (1ipv j n2 8pacrs on ... markets. ^ ;n| ., of cnm p laint b , Hnk ph ould be distributed to the public, so that when, |jf j„ t bp victim of any unlawful action ,»t thr hands of thp curb occupier», the blank can b<' filled out and turned over ! to the clerk of the market und adjusted' ! ,lt once. In this manner, a record could 1 ''e kept and conditions bettered .n gen-j 1 flral - — LÂCRFÎ. NEEDS HOSPITAL. | p rorn ( bp i, a urel Leader.' I A hOEf.lUl In Laurel is not only needei!, but has become almost an absolute necessity. Of course. If a , os.dtal should he erected here we . ' Ep a n 1 erected nere. we. j could not confine ourselves to people of Laurel or the surrounding rural district —we would not want to If we cou ]d. \\*e would want It said t) , at L aure i was the place where patients from our neighboring towns and states could receive medical at tentlon if they saw fit to apply. And > p t for the sake of our town and the protection of on. people we need an institution here. There are cases removed from Lau rel occasionally who are killed by the removal to a hospital. Their con toidition Is such .hat they must have hospital attention or die. and yet as» Ü " j h l V \ V V,» r/ f* You have only to wipe your dishes when you let them (practically wash themselves with 0 m ||:r o GOLD DUST a Ous m V A labor-saver for cleaning pots and pans, floors, woodwork and everything. 5c and larger packages. ŒlEïFÂIRBANKç^^] CHICAGO ••Lot the (SOLD DUST TWINS do yocr work" i|j iniiiiimrfimaHiimtmiRttiHcmfimRiniBiKsis&iis&aiimtafHiimrRuiiiiüninLisi mmm ; ID] s.' x N ts [I, very often the trip Itself so Injures the patient that recovery Is Impos s |bte. As an example of what we m< , ani WP SPP a patient suffering from an abscess of the appendix, operation j 8 tbc on (y remedy, the patient Is! rusbe d to the hospital, some miles dis tance over rouRb roadg , The abscess on fhp w ,, in thp ab . dn p a periton | tiB follows, W « operate and do what Is best In Buch cas,>B ' bul " hPn ,hey « et wel1, tbp >' do so through the grace of God an d a strong constitution, and it la no 1 aa a rule due to the good surgery of any particular man, because If a surgeon la at all up to the times the treatment of such eases is practically the same in all cases. It Is a simple thing to sav "build a hospital," and it is just as easy to build one provided one has sufficient mPans . It would be quite a financial d raln upon any one man to build a hospital and that'we do not expect. „ ,à not he a drain ..non anyone . .. . . ,ij takp nart ' f J bP * Ï. V J Mils a " d Pach Mn l " " h,s honest consideration and contrlb ute accordingly. We are sure the physlclana would give their part because they would much rather treat a case under fav orable than unfavorable clrcum glances. xh „ h . M „ ™ e P ppp î, hL nU^vcrvhoHv \ !°[ k Sn, * t, 'hoir ^m* 1 - When a man I ^ a " ,a a , d°^ r h8 wants him ' | K bt minute rich or poor, night or ^ a y* berause^a pain is aa bad at o'clock in the morning at is is at two* j In the afternoon. We never know when we are going | to be the one to want a doctor or the one to have a pain, give this your hon jest thought and decide to give some : thing, be Is ever so small, toward the i erection of an Institution where* pain ; and M>ff pr,n g in general may be partly ! €ra lca,e ! We are not 8ek,nR f0r any mo " ey now> but we arP going to some day. , a ft e r all of our plans have been given; to you and you fully understand what we Intend to do. We are not going' to ask for any special amount, we want it to be a free will offering. We want the people to give what they) feel able to give. The hotel end of a hospital will not be sufficient for Its keep up. we want help from the state; and we will get It. but the state will never give It until we have made a start. We need a location for a hospital and we want someone to give us that, or some half dozen people if necessary. An ordinary building lot would be suffirlenj for awhile and we could add to It In time aa necessity would demand. We do not know just how much money It will take, and wo ! can not tell until a great deal of ttgur-j ln * * 8 'l° nB - hut we W 11I keep you ao- ! qualnted with our plans from time to i ,lme a "«l during this time we want i- vou to *>s talking It up. and planning how we m «y raise »he money. The various clubs and societies ofj 0>* town could be a big help if they w °uld do their part. As a eqggea-j tl0 ". « they would only furnish. one room or give someone thing l,Wlr respective names. It would ,o a great T. L h *' p ' n * th,a matter. M'e n,*m »InHI»* BU B* e8,lonB - we W,U g've tn<*m giaaiy. Consider this conscientiously for humanity sake. From the Louisiana Planter. As our readers will see In this Is "ue. our Cuban correspondence Inrtt cates an earnest movement in the (direction of 6 elf preaervatlon. The Cuban su « ar cr °P of 2 ?' 4 millions of tons - wor,h pven now $4R ' ,Pr tnn or la total of morp ,han a bun dred mil '" ons dollars. Is sacrificed to a little co,erie of buyprB ln New York at not two-thirds of Its Intrinsic value , aB comparP d w (th the world's markets for this and other commodities, 1 What possible remedy mere Is for ithis It la the duly of Hie Cuban» to find nut and thpy are now doing the thinking necessary to any concluslona Iand thinking will. In the end. reach sound conclusions, even of Intervening vagaries may cloud the problem. What Ù 8 needed first la to learn definitely that ! Cuban sugar producers are Imposed ; U pon by a combination of Buyers that merciless as wore the pirates 0 j ( j on Rp an jßh Main who loot et j every ship they dared to attack. I a delegation of Cuban planters, as -set forth In our Cuban letter, recently called on President Menocal. and Q u °tlng «xtenaWely from w " Pta our ® pa " ,B ? n ,f r nd , h , h Pnn frr.nis them K p Th ' p mPtb |,d of RtlB ,, a . of Brasil or ; of any other given country to protect its people against aggressive combl I nations may not be just what la want led for Cuba, but some remedy Is SELF PRESERVATION IN CUBA Green Trading Stamps With All Cash Sales Day at 6 O'clock SIXTH AND TATNALL STREETS Superb Showing ol Fine Furniture, Draperies, Floor Coverings, Etc., For Fall and Winter Seasons v -, I Qualify is the keynote. Back of this splendid exhibition stands the highest grade of material, the sterling workmanship of America s foremost mechanics, the de signs of the best artists. Furniture for every room in complete sets and odd pieces, show ing the Chippendale, Sheraton, Adam. Jacobean, Colonial and modern designs. Carpets and Rugs from such well-known and trustworthy manufacturers as M. J. Whittall, Alex. Smith Sons, Roxhury Carpet Co., Etc. Draperies and Chinaware, both imported and domestic, in almost unlimited quantities and newest patterns. We invite your inspection ol this splendid stock and assure you ol genuine satislac ; selected raw ♦ lion in service. Fibre Rush Furniture J Complete Sets of Diningroom Chairs Sharply Reduced One-Third Off I Broken sets and odd pieces in this desirable furniture, that is suit very able for living room, reception hall, library or den, to be sold one-third less than regular prices. Its soft green color will harmonize with almost any fur nishing scheme and its smooth finish and wearing qualities give it the added advantage of permanency and beaut . $17.00 Settees, now.$11.34 each $18.00 Settees, now.$12.00 each $12.50 Settees, now.$ 8.34 ea h $12.00 Settees, now.$ 8.00 each $21.00 Arm Chairs, now...$11.00 each $12.50 Arm Chairs. now...$ 8.34 each $11.50 Arm Chairs, now...$ 7.07 each $10.50 Arm Chairs. now.,.$ 7.00 each $13.50 Rockers, now $10.00 Rockers, now It w l Each set contains 5 chairs and one Arm Chair and the sets will not be broken at the reduced price. They are II all genuine leather seat Chairs, some with leather nacks. Nea' designs, well made and highly finished. /~>ii «.» • * Mahogany Chairs that were $8.75. now I j j oh? - WP PHIC KC $5.73 each. Arm Chair to match. ! Mahogany Chairs that were $10.00. now Elastic Bookcases $7.50. Arm Chair to match, $14.00, now $ 11 . 00 . Golden Oak Chairs that were $11.50, now $8.50, Arm Chair to match, $14.50, now $11.50. Golden Oak Chairs that were now $5.50. Arm Chair to match, $12.00, now $9.00. Golden Oak Chairs that were $6 00. now $4.50. Arm Chair to match. $0.50. now $7.00. Golden Oak Chairs that were $4 50, now $3.00. Arm Chair to match, $7.50, now $5.00. 1 » I 1 The sectional idea in Bookcases is constantly growing in favor. It gives just enough space for your books and allows no waste. Easily arranged, eas ily handled, entirely dust proof, these features appeal strongly to book-lovers. We are agents for the "Globe-Wer nicke" Sectional Bookcases and will be pleased to demonstrate their super iority. _ , 4 .$ 7.00 each . $ 6.67 each $7.50. First Floor Annex. Odd Diningroom Chairs, Half Price Special Values in Floor Coverings Fifth Floor—Use Elevator. There are from one to six chairs in each lot. Some have arm chairs to match. In both golden oak and mahog any. Nearly all have genuine leather seats and boxed frames. They are strong, well made chairs, polished fin ish, but patterns which we will not be re-ordering. We advise an early selec tion. WILTON RUGS—9 ft. by 12 ft. sizes that sold regularly for $42.50, and $36.00 each $36.75 Wilton Rugs. 9 ft. by 12 ft.. .$30.00 TAPESTRY BRUSSELS RUGS Best quality, 9 ft. by 12 ft., $18.00 and $20.00 Rugs, now $16.00 Tapestry Rugs, now $13.00 each. BODY BRUSSELS AND ROXBURY TAPESTRY CARPETS—Odd borders Brass Beds Consid erably Reduced $43.50 each, now now About a dozen patterns, every one selected for beauty of design and rich The same well-made / $16.00 $6.25 each $5.00 each $12.50 Chairs, now $10.00 Chairs, now $ 9.00 Chairs, now.$4.50 each $ 6.50'Chairs, now.$3.25 each $ 4.25 Chairs, now.$2.13 each $ 2.50 Chairs, now $10.60 Chairs, now.$5.25 each $ 9.50 Chairs, now.$1.75 each $ 7.50 Chairs, now $ 6.00 Chairs, now $ 3.50 Chairs, now.$1.75 each $ 2.00 Chairs, now.$1.00 each Fifth Floor—Use Elevator, furnishing effect, and finished Reds we've been selling for years. They are all full size beds and are in the bright and satin finishes. $65 00 Brass Beds, now.$10.00 $40.00 Brass Beds, now.$32.00 $36.00 Brass Beds, now $35.00 Brass Beds, now.$38.00 $30.00 Brass Beds, now $28.00 Brass Beds, now.$22.00 $27.00 Brass Beds, now First Floor, New Building. that when sewed, make very service able and attractive runners. $1.05 grade 70c yard. $1.60 grade now $1.25 each 90c $27.00 now yard. $3.75 each $3.00 each Inlaid Lino Best quality domestic leum, sells regularly for $1.60 sq. yrd. Special price, $1.25 yard. laid. Fourth Floor—Use Elevator. $22.50 $18.00 f c * i Inserted to protect the sugar planter« of Cuba against the unholy comblna Hon now existing In New York. The salient remedies are the warehouses In which to hold sugars until aatla factorlly sold, the making of hlgh Krade sugars, reaching a wider mar *«*• anr| possibly best or all, sugar !" ,U , T 7 I J' arkp,R * n " a ' ana and In IJ'* ïorK ' oono . hontas. wilt be visited on Thursday evening, by Dakota Council, No. 62. of Camden, N. .1., and the crack team of the visiting council will scalp about nf tbi; , reservation, and this will be fo!lowed by tbP serving of corn and venison to all who are present, I Let us see what can be TO VISIT DAIT.HTERS. Wyona Council. Degree og Poco 30 pale squaws, who have been cap tured in the local forest. The Dakota adoption team la coneldcred a crack team and has a reputation for tho efficiency that will be appreciated by the 80 vIotimB. After the adoption ceremony there will be long talks by the great chiefs KING'S HERALDS TO MEET. The King's Heralds of Harrison Street M. E. Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Sara Owens. No. 1036 West Seventh afreet this after Money will be brought for noon. the Christmas present of the ward In China. MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Homeo pathic Medical Society of New Castle county, will be held In the Board of Education room, on Friday evening. The subject will be "Pathogenesis of Bryonia." Dr. J. H. Rile will be the speaker. CIRCLE TO SEW. Members of the Macedonia Circle of West Presbyterian Church will hold a sewing session this afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. MIZPAH CIRCLE MEETING. There will be a meeting of the Mlz pah Circle of Second Baptist Church, at the home of Mrs. William Black, Augustine Paper Mills, this afternoon. COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE CROWDED Relative to the adoption of some method» of relieving the crowded con dition of the public schools in Brandy " me hundred n conference meeting of the commissioner* of Kdge Moor. Shell j pot, Ml. Pleasant, Claymonf, Fnrwood I and Sharpies» schools will he held in Mf. Pleasant scboolhouse at 8 o'clock 1 imnorrow evening Ml. Pleasant school lias (il pupil-, in the lower room, where there «re only seats for 50, The up stairs room has over 40 pupils. It is understood thst the reboots in [nearly all of the other districts are confronted with a like problem. The population of Brandywine hundred increasing so rapidly on account of the commuters rushing there, that during the past five years there has been a great increase in the number of school children. At. present there sre seven new houses being built at Montrose, and as many more north of that, while there also is a report that 50 new bung "low* will be built at Hillprest. An effort will be made nf the meriting on \\ ednesday to start a well organized effort for flic betterment of the edu rational facilities of the hundred. DEATH OK MISS THOMPSON. Miss Kate Thompson, aged 18, of Philadelphia, died on Sunday, of brain fever. She was a sister of Mrs. Rob ert C. Porter, of No. 1107 Kirkwood street, this city, and had many frlenda here. DEATH OP MRS. SHELDON. Mrs Roberta Sheldon, wife of Cuth berf L. Sheldon, died yesterday after noon at her home. No. 106 East Third street. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon with Interment In Sllverbrook cemetery. Protect Yourself fK. qyy* 3» Ask for ' 1 ORIGINAL i GENUINE X The Food Drink for all Agei—Others are Imitations SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION IN RALLY In the First Presbyterian Church last held the fall rally servie« of the Wilmington City Sunday School Union, with representatives of the vari* ous schools in attendance. Miss Mary Taylor presided, was conducted by the Rev, J. Stonesifcr. Mrs E. W. Dayett directed a nur mortal service for John W. Franca, » prominent Sunday school worker, whos* 'death occurred since the last meeting Tributes were paid to Mr. France'» memory by several members, evening was Thcdevotional servie« Roe* Robert D. Eaton of First Preabyterias isU'hnrch sang a solo in connection with the memorial service. Routine, busineat was conducted including the reading ol minutes and the reports of the secretary and treasurer. The graded work from the minister's standpoint was presented by the Rev, Josiah H. Crawford and Mr. F.aton con trihuted another solo. The graded work from the superintendent's standpoint was presented in a brief address by Charles Bower of West Preabyteryia» Church. A discussion on various topic« of Sunday school interest followed and at the close of the meeting the guest* were invit I into one of the rooms down stsirs «here delicious refreshment« wer* served. Tlic Sunday school room where th* meeting was held has recently bee» repapered snd painted making it on« nf the brightest and most attract! V« Sunday school rooms in the city. ACCUSE HIM OF EMBEZZLEMENT. Harry B. Shsnd, a collector for th« Metropolitan life Insurance Company, was held In $200 ball for court by Magistrate Buckley, last night, on a charge of embezzlement.