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^Inanrial Cards.
Equitable Guarantee
and Trust Co.,
Delaware.
Wilmington,
I906
At no time have conditions
been more faro ruble for acquir
ing a competency than they are
to-dny. Salaried are good and
work plentiful.
While these conditions exist,
the corner stone of future
•tlluunce should he laid by sav
ing a portion of your income
regularly and depositing it with
this company.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND
PROFITS, $1,000,0(10.
UI REt TOHS.
Dr. J. A. Ora par,
K Urlngbural. Jr,
J. kmUit lirmimn,
Win. How#,
jo* L. r»trj*cnior,
CUbu Now land,
John Bantrofi,
Kiankiln lujlor.
Hatnual K. Pmllh,
J. Wilkin* ( noch.
Wllièr it k auinlJtirjr,
Kclwr. B A lufler,
Ji.liii It i n
J*
IhG*. H. I'rilaik
victor H Wuollty,
Ilcurjr B. lT»oiH| »oa.
&COTT & CO..
Bankers and Brokers,
ma market Biuiutr.
Stork* unA Bond* bouflil sud *uiU ou #11 *tocfe
«aoitaucMk
i*#i«r*Ui HfMtxn#nt »«curtti##.
Explanation !
£524,312.00
Paid our
Depositors
Dons not include large
amounts of intorest
paid Trust Estates.
All Trust Accounts
are kept separate and
apart from demand
Deposit Accounts.
Security Trust
and
Safe Deposit
Company,
519 Market Street.
Wilmington Trust Co.
916 Market Street.
Statement of condition at
close of business December
30th, 1905.
Demand aud Tima Leus HM.»Ml
M ortgage Lusiu
57,950,
77.»ia
'
Furniture and Fixtures
Cash on Hand
40,891 40
M1.S7& W
l atli ln Bau ii«
91,464,220.86
I8UO.UOO.UO
44.316.96
89*, 26X76
221,441.16 1,11*904.86
Capital Bt<
Undivided
I>eroand MDOM
Cerufied Chock«
If, I v.
1,464,320.86
K a DO TONT, President
HKNlt* P.liOOTT, View President.
& D. TOWNSEND, Treasurer.
F. D. LACKEY & CO,
Members Philadelphia Stock Exchange,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
HIOU GRADE
Municipal
Railroad
Corporation
843 MARKET STREET.
BONDS
GEO. P. BISSELL,
BANKKK and BROKER,
HueesMor to
tlKHS A BI8SXI.L,
; BONDS
iUlLBOAD, TROUJir
AND OAS
FOR OON8SRVÀTIVB 1NVK8TMENT.
1U SOUTH FOURTH BT. (B.UIM BMg. ), Pulla
A NO. 1 PHILADELPHIA
MORTGAGES.
1*11 I'spsnFri s )
OUAKAMKUi BV TKU8T CO,
elCURKD ON H 5W rioUBItl.
Ia tamruving ueiahburhoods In smounls ol
•RMtO, *2,000. tl.fWO, »1,000 -with Interest at
6 e-10 pec cent « rite lor dteerlpure circular to
Wynne, Prince & Co, kutatr
7a * AtiNDT w, FtiUsdelphla
$u$inrss £lotirr$.
STORAGE.
jrn20-lf
Household Goods and Oarr acM. T*
WK 8INUKR R 611 \tset Front 81
K OOM8 PAl'httUi FOK fj.fH) OF, PAI'XH
Included- good work. I>. A A. Phono ä8«A
1931 HUaLLCKoS^ avxmtk.
■ •
Janl Mm
■pkR. VICTOR D. WasHHCKN. LAT«~0f
JUBsMskm. HPLCUU81 In Vooeraal, Geolio
1 riDory and Rectal H»«au a ha« lucatwl at
1016 MAKKAT alhKhT,
Wllmingion.
JanlS-Ua-Lhn^
LAWRENCE J. BROMAN,
JUDTIOk O» 7UK PKACK
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Ad e»» 1 8»rer* properly ei. coted.
OFPIi L No. 5M MARKS'! sTKKET.
Telephone. H* A. SU A. Ilelinsrvls 7SS4.
WARNER S. LEWIS,
Curpcuter auU bulltler. Jobbing # spectaltv.
;■<>m#ierl#l. skilled vor« men. F»u j.rue*.
Let m« xlv«y«>u #n e-tim#te. uibcv #ua »Uou.
*96 or»nc> snsels Moth pho«»##. dec.tKI
W !U PÂVaR AN ORDIHART ROOM CUM
4 4 plrte I r wor* gusranieed. Address
«W ti. HAUkt.-uK ST.. MA ZSJÜ. J.i.l l.u
John a krueger,
WALL PAPER.
All tile tBISel deslgos
YOU MU AND JACKSON Sl'RKKTa.
DeL Pl.cn« 1097. D. 4 A. 775U.
EDWARD De-LACOUR,
RmU KeUlv I (H-n*stor. a» SI. PAUL STIlfKT,
llz-Judgr Apiaisl Isi Court. Bstllmora Md.
}aaI54q
T f. RBAKIXJH, SAi W. THIRD »T It KKr.CAR
O, peoier end Runder. Jobbing : I'npUr st
euded to; (sir prie»; loi m i eueeU
BSIS. t'hvsv K5A 5fZ7 A.
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The Supply is Nothing Like
Adequate to Suit the
People.
IV
n?
Will Remain Where They Are
Not Compelled to Vacate.
FEW NEW HOUSES FOR RENT
Builders Want to Sell Immedi
ately After Completion.
A l.srK« ninctk of Htiuiri In Ihs NnrlhWr
Beelloa
Ff»f S«ln HurtiiH *!»• Wm-fc.
f if»«» titty Coni|iar«gtlv«»l^
Although there is a big demand (or
bouses for rent for March 2â, local real
estate agents nil! not have near enough
on their hoards to meet that demand.
Dwellings tor rent are
chances arc taring taken by renters, and
the only ones who arc giving np the
houses they now have are those who are
compelled to.
VMien questioned yesterday afternoon
as to why there has not been enough
dwellings erected to meet this demand,
throe or (our of the largest contractors
and builders in Ihe city gave the same
reason. The high price of all building
material ami construction was given as
the cause. While there may lie hundreds 1
of bouses erected this spring for sale, it I
Is not likely that many will he built to 1
rent. "
W. D. Haddock, of W. D. Haddock A ]
noarc# that no
Co., said that «it account of the hlrçh
priera a builder canno^ put his money in
a row of house# and gel live jier cent on
the investment by miting them. Under
present conditions, he said, the only way
the builder can make anything by huiltt
ing hoiiHC# is to sell them ns soon as they
are finished. The condition, he says, ia
even worse than it was a year ago.
Haddock Ä Co. are building seven two
story houses on Seventeenth street near
West, which will be completed by March
25. Unless they are sold right away they
will be rented.*
James B. Oherly has sold several lots
at I'emmylvania avenue and du Pont
ntreet recently. A number of hoaxes are
being eroetod in that vicinity now and it
is expected from 4(1 to 60 will lie built by
the end of the nommer on the square
bounded by Pennsylvania avenue, du
Pont, Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
Several have been started.
William H. Jones is building eight two
story houses on Thirteenth street; Harry
Lynch, two on du Pont) Phillip H. Lynch,
two on Thirteenth, and S, 11. Durstein,
two at Thirteenth and du Pont. All of
these will be completed in about (our
weeks and will be for sale.
Charles C. Kurin is building (our three
story houses on Thirteenth street east of
■n
m
Real estate agents report few sales
made this week.
The following transfers of property
were recorded at the City Registry Bu
reau i
Property at Twelfth and Pine streets,
by Annie Miller to Ella M. Powell for
$750.
Four properties by Horace Craige to
Thomas McComb, $12,783 for the four,
situated as follows;
No. 1, Union street and Delaware ave
nue; No. 2, Seventh and Clayton streets;
No. S, Jackson street and Gilpin avenue;
No. 4, Fourth and Madison streets.
Two story dwelling at Seventh avenu,
and Duncan street by James Tyrrell to
Joaeph Kuhn.st (or $460.
Property at Second and Tat nail atreets
by Henrv O. MoCorab to W. Staats A
Co., for $2,200.
Dwelling at Second and Adam, streets
by Krank P. Turner to Mary R. Haney
for $1,200.
Two-story dwelling at Sherman and
liombard streets, by John W, Talley to
John T. Waller for $1,800,
Property at Ninth and Pine street, by
James Marshall to William B. Rash (or
$6,600.
I>welling on the aonth side of Chestnut
street between Adam, and Jackson, by
Harry I. Oillia to the Wilmington Sav
Fnnd Society, (or $1,000.
petty at Pearl amt Heald streets,
by William J. Faulkner to St. MlchaePg
United Greek Cat Indie Church, for $1,000,
and property at Heald and D streets, to
same party (or $1.000.
Pro;>erty on Cherry street between
Jackson and Van Buren, by Ellon M. Con
nolly to Edward Connor for $7(8).
properGca at Elliott avenue and
trect by William P. Wright to
To
Two
West s
Calvin W. Crossan for $2,500 each.
Property at Fourth and Lincoln streets
by Pasqunle Rieehonti to Peter J. Ford
for $540.
Dwelling on Cherry street between
Jackson and Van Buren, hy Edward Con
nor to Michael J. Connolly for $700.
Two properties on Franklin street be
tween tshallcrosa and Levering avenues,
by Robert G. Turner to John J. Kuratle,
for $1,300 each.
House at Ninth and Madison streets
by Francis L. Carpenter to Dolorosa Berg
for $2,040.
Property at Twenty seventh and West
street« hy Newton H. Cloud to the Crea
ton Land Improvement Co, for $2,050.
Property on Rodney street between
Second aud Third, hy tlnrry E. Williams
to John J. Long, (or $300.
Dwelling at lleeoh and Van Buren
streets, by the Lindmore Improve Co. to
Cklaw Zorsnski, (or $1,200.
Brick dwelling nt Linden and Broome
streets by Louis Lichtenstein to Wil
liam V, Cyor for $3,200.
Property at Twenty seventh and Tat
nall streeta by Newton H. Cloud to Han
nah C. Barber, for $S.00.
Dwelling on Windsor street between
Seventh and Eighth, by Christian D. ?..
R;>oerl to Norah B. Bryan, for $1.00(1.
Property at Fourth and Lincoln streets
by Michael Diloreto to Peter J. Ford, for
$240.
WELL FLO BRAINS
and
HEALTHY BODY
Can Do Things,
Grape=Nuts
Food Builds Both.
•There's a Reason."
Est More
of the most nutritious of flour
foods—Uneeda Biscuit—the
only perfect soda cracker. Then
you will be able to
Earn More
because a well-nourished body
has greater productive capacity.
Thus you will also be able to
Save More
because for value received there
is no food so economical as
Uneeda Biscuit
In a dust tight,
moisture proof package.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
5 »
.a»
road Co., which is set (or trial on Monday,
in the Superior Court;
Wilmington Thomas McComb, Ilenja
min l 1 '. Shukspeare, J. Merrick Horn.
Isaac M. I.ciiderrnan, Edward L. Rico,
Charles C. Kurtz, ITI me r T. Hye.
Brandywine—Lewis Harvey, Pasehall
Dixon, Frederick E. Stone
Mill Creek
While ( 'lay
Omasa a.
New Castle- Edward Elkinton.
Reuender Edwin 8. Armstrong.
Red Lion—Joseph Hetsel, William T.
Vail, Edward L. (dark.
8t. Georges Leonard V. Aspril, Jr.,
Frank C. Jolis.
Appoquinimink Alonzo S. Whitlock.
Blackbird—Abram Staats, Harry S.
Woodkocper. James Webster.
The suit is tho result of ( tlficer Solomon
losing knocked from the running hoard of
a street ear at Third street and Railroad
avenue, last August, when the officer was
badly hurt. It ts alleged that the accident
resulted from elevated railroad work at
that point.
SOLOMON VS. P., B. & W. R. R CO.
A|i#rlitl .lory Drawn fo Try tli* Css# In fl»«
Hi))>4Ti4tr Court on Hi
The following sfiecml jury has been
drawn to try the damage suit of Policeman
.lohn Solomon vs. the I*.. D. ä W. Hail
George W. Shakespeare.
Arthur G. Webber, James
ORPHEUS JUBILEE SINGERS.
At Ihft T M. C. A. 51 <
i's Slsstlng In 41m
n.rrlca 1'lmatr« Tomurrnw, »
The men's meeting Li lie conducted un
der the auspices of the Young Men's
Christian Association, in the Garrick
Theatre, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock,
will he addressed by Dr. Dean of Phiht
delph is.
The Orpheus Jubilee Singers, America's
greatest negro organization, will render
several selections. Each member of Ihe
company is an old time jubilee singer,
and for tho most part they have been as
sociated with Mmnford's original Fisk
jubilee singers, five of thetn having for
merly been members of that renowned
troupe. The solo work of Arthur Payne,
I 'Inu lcs Downs, Miss Anna Prosser, Alisa
Maud Brown and Bessie-Kinney Payne,
tho duets and trios, the choruses and
jubilee songs make up a high-class mu
sical attraction.
A Diinrantrrd Cure for 1*11*».
Itching, blind, bleeding, protruding pile».
Druggist» uro authorised to refund money if
Paxo Ointment fails to cuit», (l to 14 days. &0c*
TO DISCUSS GARBAGE
City Connclhnvn to N««t for That Par
Monday Kvntln£.
The mmntcrs of City Counoil will
meet on Monday evening todiecues the
matter of awarding contracts lor the
collection of garbage for three years
from Febnrary 1st.
An effort may be made to throw out
some of the bide on tbe ground that
they are Irregular. That will he a met
ier (or the Counoil to settle and
whether it oan be done on Monday
night appears to lie a question. 11
will be lor Counoil to decide wbo are
tbe loweet and beat bidders. Boms ol
the councilman leel that "loweet and
best" leaves a wide range (or discre
tion.
Tbe awarding of the contracte ia
hardly likely to take place anti) tho
next regular meeting ol Counoil, on
Tburaday evening, although the mem
bers, in oonleteno*, can decide to
whom the awards will be made.
Tbe eubject of garbage disposal is
still banging tira. Hume councilman
favor turning the matter over to a re
duotion company, while others want to
continue tbe ptreeot system cl munici
pal operation ol tb} crematory.
I»"'»*
INDEPENDENCE OF FILIPINOS.
The pbilanthtupio committee of Wil
mington Monthly Meeting nf Friends,
Fourth and West atreetr, hist evening,
adopted tbe following resolution, sub
mitted hy David Ferris;
"Resolved, That justice and right
require that our nation should, witb
out further delay, inaugurate measures
tor the independence ol the Filipinos;
that for tbia purpose- we negotiate
with the great Powers for tbe purpose
of making the Philippine territory
neutral, with an independent govern
ment, recognized internationally, thus
protecting them from all outside in
vasioo. "
DELAWARE COUNTY MURDER.
Henry T. Beokley, wbo was mys
lencusly shot on the West Cheater
tosd ia Darby township, Delaware
county, Pa., early on tbe morning ul
<anust> 21, diet to the Presbyterian
Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., yesterday
morning. An inquest will be brld by
Cor ner Jermon at City Hall, I'bila
uelpbia, .Monday mormon at lOu'clcok.
The authorities have not yet locate
tbe murderer or dieoovereil the motive.
Nt, IhomM' Aihlctlce.
St. Thomas' Cadets athletes
mittee, which will i
athletics lor 1906, is composed of Jcbo
F MoElwee, chairman; Charles X.
Elliott, secretary and Joseph P. Gong
treasurer. A baegetbsll team is being
organized of which the athletic com
mittee nss elected Lieut. W. ä. K.
Wells manager. The member* are
working hard lu obtain new uniloim«
ia the spring. A banquet, a euchre
and dance ate contemplstuU iu the
near futur».
com
supervise all
CONDITION OF THE CAUSEWAY.
People Who Use It Are Anxious to Have
Repairs Made.
Tho deplorable condition of the canse
wav in causing much eompiaint. W hile
it in virtually n country rond, part of it
in in the, rit>'
d Sew
muniention to tho Levy Court stating
that there aeeiued to be nothing in the
law that would prevent the county de
fraying part of the expense of making
the causeway passable and serviceable
un I asked that, the Levy Court assist tho
city in repairing the thoroughfare. The
(oiuniinsioners. with tho exception of Mr.
Srott, were in favor of taking action
upon the matter at once, knowing the
miserable condition of the causeway.
After Home discussion it was decided to
isk for a written opinion from Attorney
Knowles.
A member of the Levy Court* who re
sides in the country, aud has to use the
muaeway, made the following statement
yesterday ;
"The ea use way certainly Is in terrible
condition, being full of boles and large,
high lumps. It is imp<msble to gel a load
of hay, or in fact a largo loaded wagon
of any kind over the road. Something
will have to be done by somebody or else
the farmers will be unable to use the
road at all,"
An attorney, in speaking of the request
of the Street and Sewer Department for
county aid in repairing tho road, said he
thought tb« city was in far better posi
tion to do the work than the county. Ho
said that according to chanter 164, VoL
XIII, Izitws if Delaware, the Street and
Sewer Department was ont iMod to an is
sue of bunds for $50,000 for the purpose
of improving tho streets this year and
for other purposes of the department. He
argued tlu\t it would cost çnly about
$7.000 to macadamize the causeway, and
that this amount should he taken from
the $50,000 realized by the sale of bond«.
nd some time aj£o tho
•ut M'nt a com
r Depart
CARS WRECKED.
The Result of a Journal Breaking in the
Middle of a Freight Train.
Fourteen coal cars of tire "battleship"
were piled up in a wreck near liar
. on the Baltimore A Ohio railroad,
type
mony,
ut 7 o'clock IhhI evening, nn«l the tracks
were completely blocked for several
hours.
The wreck wn» caused by the breaking
of a Journal on one of the cars in the
middle of tho train. Nobody was in
jured. The wrecking crew» worked until
midnight in clearing away the wreckage.
Train» were gotten around the obstruc
tion by being run over the tracks of the
Philadelphia, Baltimore & Washington
Railroad Co. between Kleinere Junction
and Swan Creek, Md.
FATAL ACCIDENT.
Boy Killed by Falling From a P. & R.
Shifter.
A* 16-year-old Polish hoy known ns
Frank Casaey and residing nt 227 Tatnall
street was fatally injured on the Philn
do1|thia A Pending railway near Sixth
avenue yesterday afternoon shortly be
fore U o'clock. He had been riding on the
front end of a Philadelphia A Heading
shifter and fdipjnil from the running
board directly In front of Ihe wheels.
(>m* of hi* III-*« was cut off and 1 Ik* flesh
was torn fr«
the stump of the severed
limb. The Phoenix ambulance was sum
moned «nil for tho Delaware tins
pltal, hut tho hoy died shortly uftec he
mg placed into tho vehicle.
Birthday Party.
George Wright of 1002 Walnut street
wus given a hirtInlay party nt hi# home,
lust evening. Thoao preaenl were Misses
Aim* liohner, Kiiima Hchulz, Pearla V\ il
ÜN. Mae Osmond, Hose Shand. Marguerite
Welsh, Kdiih \Nalkcr, Laura Freeman.
Virginia Worth. Klm« Blak«*, McHnrH.
Karl and Raymond .Schafer, Paul ( row
lev, Willi#* L«*\vi», CVmnril Rlakr, William
Worth, NN alter ('o«»k, Alexander Brown,
Mr. and Mr«. Blake, Mrs. R. .flattery, T.
F.. Lenderman, (ieorge Wright, «Mr. mid
Mrs. E. Mason Lee.
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When the insurance man calls
tell him you have found Dr.
Miller's Anodyne is the best in
surance for babies.
It makes
teetbiiijj easy, relieves
colic and prevents and corrects
baby ailments and makes the
baby fat. Try it. At all dru^
stores, i'rkes u> ami 25 cents.
wind
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.
Cold Wave, Accompanl ed by
Snow, to bo a Feature.
PERIOD OF WARM WEATHER ALSO
Last Ten Days of Month to be
Colder Than Usual.
Temperature* Will Not Go Very High l>wr
Iiir ilia I'rrvalence of the War
Indie ttiom
VI'eirtlirr During tebruary.
»Vu
l'oint to Generally Dry
Special Di.patch to Kvcry Evening.
Washington, .fan. 20.—Last bulletin
gave foreeasts of disturbance to cross con
tinent 20th to 24th; warm wave 19th to
23d; cool wave, 22d to 26th. Next dis
turbance will reach Pacific coast about
23d ; cross west of Rookies by close of 24th;
Great Central »'alleys, 2öth to 27th; East
ern States, 28th. Warm wave will cross
west of Rookies about 23d; Great Central
Valleys, 25fh; Eastern States, 27th. Cool
will cross west of Rockies about
I .
wave
2(ifh; Groat Central Valley», 2Sth; Eastern
States, 30th.
This disturbance will come with a period
of comparatively warm weather, but tem
peratures will not go very high. It will
be preceded by cold weather and followed
by a eold wave accompanied by snow in
Northern, rain in Southern States. The
weather features acempanying this dis
turbance will develop a little greater than
usual intensity, but the storms will not be
very severe.
Following January 20th, cold weather
will generally prevail for three or four days
and then a considerable rise in tempera
ture; but the cold wave later will make the
last ten days of January average colder
than usual.
Next bulletin will give general forecasts
of February weather. That month has
much to do in preparing the »oil in the
Southern States for the coming crops,
(larticnlnrly for the truck gardening that
supplies our Northern cities with early
vegetables and fruits. Indications now
point to generally dry weather.
W. a T. U MONTHLY MEETING.
Tho Wilmington Union of Ihe W. C. T.
U. held their monthly meeting at their
headquarters, 100 West Eighth street,
yesterday afternoon, opening with devo
tional exercises led by the president, Mrs.
L. W. Emerson.
By means of subscriptions from local
unions it has been possible to have Ihe
Journal sent to Wilmington
and the county school». Superintendents
Spaid and Twitmyer have promised to
have the lessons taught.
Wilbur F. Çmfts of the Reform Bureau,
Washington, I). C, has been engaged to
sneak concerning his work in Union M. E.
Church on February 25th.
A framed portrait of Susan B. Anthony
was received as a gift from Mrs. John A.
Cranston, president of the Newport Union
and president of the Delaware f>tate Equal
Suffrage Society, and a vole of thanks was
accorded the donor.
Mias Frances E. Willard's birthday
ry, February 17th, will be cele
brated with a public evening meeting, tho
entertainment to 1« managed by St. Paul's
Y and Wilmington Y. It is desired to
raise $2 for the memorial fund.
Tho report, of the treasurer, Mrs, J.
Creamer, showed the total receipts to be
S1IA.11; expenditures, $31.30; balance,
$83.81.
Mrs. John Kates, superintendent of
Sunday-school work, reported that Tem
perance Rally Day, November 23d, had
iieen generally otwerved in the city church
450 pages of literatures were distributed
and 450 pledge cards given out and signed
in Olivet, Rodney, Central. Asbury,
Grace and Union Sunday-schools.
The president reported that t he execu
ive committee had signed and forwarded
to Washington a remonstrance against
the repeal of Ihe Anti-Canteen law.
Mrs. J. Newlin Gawthrop and Mrs.
Hugh Mearns were appointed to audit the
treasurer's accounts.
It was decided to haye the next meeting
devoted to departmental work and to ask
all superintendents to bring reports,
A meeting of the executive committee
of New Castle County W, C. T. L T . will I«
held on Thursday. It will begin at, 10.30
a. m. and is to lie held in the headquarters
of Ihe Wilmington W. C. T. U., 100 West
Eighth street .
1'hVH,
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PERSONAL
Sarah L. Gray is confined to her home,
1027 Poplar street, by
under the care of Dr. |1
Miss Mary Dillon,
city, but now of Dunboro, Pa., is visiting
friends in Wilmington.
F. II. Davis of Odessa is the guest of
his son, F. A. Davis of this city.
Mrs, Charles F. Sweeney and daughter,
Miss Ada Sweeney, are In Philadelphia,
visiting friends ami relatives.
Brooks Roes of Seaford, one of the
nvost prominent fruit shipiiers in the
State, was in this oity yesterday for a
snort time and went to Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Thetslore Westinyer and
Master Theodore Westinyer, Jr, of
Wheeling, W. Va, are visiting in Wil
mington.
Clifton and Matthew Ferguson of Up
land, Pa, hare Iieen spending
days with relatives in this eity.
Uerliert East burn of Union has been
visiting friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Lamolte Nugent, for
merly of this city bnl now of New York
are visiting Mr. Nugent's brother, here.
Fred L. Perry is spending a few days
with friends at Kcmhfesville, Pa.
Miss Emma Davis of this city is the
guest of relatives at Hmyrna.
Mrs. Frank Pnrdham of near Augustine
Pier visited friends in this city on Thurs
day.
illness. She is
L R. Spruance.
formerly of this
several
yron Pepper of Georgetown, who has
been visiting in this city for the past week,
has returned home.
Mrs, A. L. Young is spending a month
with relatives at SehuylemTle, N. Y.
Rev. George W. Itawoon of Rockland
"a* a visitor here yeaterday.
On Tuesday evening, January 20fh, the
SatuMar evening flub will hold a dance
in Eden Hau.
Mtv. Alfred Stevenson has returned
from a two weeks' visit to friends in Phila
delphia,
Miss Edith Smith of Philadelphia is
visiting hor mother, here.
S. \V. Kilvington, the carriage builder,
w at lending tlie autumohile show in New
^ ork.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Clarke of Wyoming
have been visiting in this citv. *
W. I). Bishop of Huntington. W. Va„
lias Iieen visiting in thi* city.
Miss Jennie Meredith lia* been visiting
her parent«, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Meredith,
of Kenton.
Mrs. Edward Killen of Felton has been
visiting in this city.
Dear Mother
Your tittl« one. »re n coûtant can in
Fall end Winter weather. They will
catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh'.
Conwmption Cure, the Long Tonic, and
it fis» done for to many ? It i> raid
to be the only reliable remedy (or all
diseases of the air passage, in children.
It is absolutely harmless and plea «nt to
take. Iti. guaranteed to cure or your money
n returned. The price it 25c. per bottle,
and all denier, in medicine will a
»SHILOH
ï
Th» remedy diould be in every bomeholn.
atA.tt
CALL US UP
Good
For all
Seasons.
«6

In mild weather because
it require« but little draft
to keep a fire.
In severe weather be
cause of the intensely hot
fire it makes under forced
draft
We speak of "Reliance'*
Coal—Bagged or Bulk
I
I
CHARLES WARNER COMPANY,
FOOT or MARKET STREET.
9T?& SHIPLEY STREETS.
DEL.2104.
CHURCH NEWS.
The special music, selected from »be
Torrey-Alexander collection, foi to
moirow evening, (or Central Presby
terian Cbutob Is as follow! : "Loyalty
to Christ, " "Count Tout Man, bless
ings," "Face to Face" and "Leaning
on the Everlasting Arms." These
gospel songs have won a world-wide
reputation, and they are being given
in Central Chuicb (or the first time
in Wilmington. The public, especially
strangers in the oity, are invited.
An important congregational meeting
will be held at Bt. Stephen's Lutheran
Church tomorrow morning after the
servioe. All the members of the church
are urged to attend.
At the Sunday Breakfast Mission,
115 and 117 Shipley street, A. H. Tat
nail will lead the holiness meeting
tonight; Seth Wbitely, tomorrow
morning at 8.30 o'clock j the Sunday
school will meet at 2 o'clock. Mrs.
E. H. Wbitely will hate charge at 3
o'clock and John J. Hayes at 7.30.
A ftss luncheon morning and avening.
The pastor of Weit Church, Rev.
Alexander Alison, Jr., who has been
absent from hie pulpit for two weeks
on account cl illness In hie home, will
be in hie place tomorrow morning and
erening. The night service will be
popular, the gospel songs being ueeu
and the chorus choir end quartet lead
ing the singing. The pastor's theme
will be "Etangelizing With Jesus—
the Sought." Following are the
musical numbers: Organ prelude, "Im
proviaation, '' Clark ; anthem, "Wake
the Song of Jubilee, '' Exoell ; quartet,
''Memories of Galilee," Mcrtisou,
Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Souder, Mr.
Clymer and Mr. Jones; offertory,
"Msditation, " Morrison; oborua,
"Calvary," Rodney; poetlude,
sessional, " Randegget.
Bishop Coleman will officiate at St.
James' Oburob, Stanton, tomorrow
morning at 11 o'clock. In the after
noon be will preaoh at the county
workhouse.
41 Ke
The social held at Kingswood M. E.
Cbutob last Thursday night was Irr
tho benefit ol tbe Mite tiooiety. Home
days ago envelopes were eent out to
tbe members of tbe congregation, to
be returned that nigbt, with one cent
for each year of the sender's age. The
amount sent in was $14, which repre
sents 1,400 years.
Rev. Mr. Findley, wbo pteaobed two
forcible sermons last Sunday at St.
Luge's R. E. Church, will preach
again tomorrow.
Seveotn Day Adventists meat in tbe
old Baptist Church on King street
above Tenth. Sabbath-school is held
every Saturday at 10 a. m. ; otb; (
services at 11 o clock. Elder O. (j.
Farnsworth, president of this confer
ence, will preaoh tomorrow evening at
7.45, on "The Last Song on Earth.''
The North End W. C. T. U. will
hold a meeting at Brandywine M. E.
Church on Monday alternoon at 3
o'clock.
fof°Urai" 8 M' f" rh ,i0a b
lor urac« M. uourco tomorrow:
Morning— Anthem, "Gloria in Ex
oelet*," Farmer ; offertory, quartet,
''Guide Me. O Thou Great Jehovah "
Bruche, Misa Idle, Mrs. Rosa, Messrs
Hnvtar nn<4 Mf tinlrlanri L' *
nailer and Htncklnod. Evening—
Anthem, Saviour, Souroo ol Every
Blessing," Kinder ; otferlorj, contralto
solo, * Hold Ihou My Hand;** duet,
Messrs. Clark and Smith,
Red Lion M. E. Church i. in the
midst of a gloticua revival. Up to the
present If) young men have been
vetted. Meetings ate being
nightly. The pastor is Rev. F
MoKinsey. New members will be
received at the morning service to
morrow, and a special revival service
will be held in the evening, to which
all ere invited.
00 □
bold
red E.
Dr. J. O. Chapman will preach in
Harrison Street M. E. Church tomor
row morning. In the afternoon be
will be at St. Faol'a Sunday-school
with Rev. W. L. 8 Murray, and will
make an address. In tbe
will apeak at Asbury.
Dr. W. I_ S. Murray Is making a
determined effort to raise $1,000 with
which to pay ott the remainiog
ednessonSt. Paul's M. E. C
Four audresees will bt made on tbe
street* ibis evening in connection with
■be evangelistic campaign now being
carried on under the auspice, of Ai
bury M. E. Cbutob. Those who ars
to take part in the street meeting, will
meet at tbe church at 7.30 o'clock and
march to third end Market stieeU
where the tiret meeting will be held'
, t . he i* rt * wil1 m *f«h to
th U>1, " be,e the,# «ill be
another hymn and twu other addresses
ibe speakers will be Rev. J. (j,
, A . 8bu ré T T*—«iUb. no „ST,:
>ng nfter tbe one ct tbe City Hell.
eveoioR be
lodebt
barob.
»uuaay Church iUttr L
A S .nd WamSt lUr.Sl 1 V :< M lg
in* tor l'rayer meeting at 9 A.. u ' v «sr
ï Teuerung ut lo.;«; »ubje«»t ma 1 ^kti
tlou." Mtbl>ath scbooi al * ■*
»16.30 Preaching at 7.10 by I>r jV^ 1 " U
( 1ALVAUY CHURCH fi,,3"
V WsibhtgtoD .tteeu iVv'k ' "'Ü
rtolor. Scrvli ci ,or Jrm e- T . *• il,i
communion, except nm ,- u
euuusy. RM.* morning Mrvui
sunrt.y, 10 46: evening service, "'a««,
8uu.invMb.ol. KM: •R.n.SU M ,
.«nia« prayer, 4; IHsny, 7,:ia N
5
•• hr ce definite Frnis." bun.»»..'" •»«
rr»\ iTinea tinie of the Y. P M* ! r,1,J 0i |
plinirilOKTHKNKW
V J Lxlvwam avenue am w ,
Her. (ieor K e U en r y Dole. wmSl *
J0.6» : hui iert, *HVing *4 . 1 c ^
Fund#y-*cnool »t i.lö.
( ÎÔOKÎ1A N iîrgrcTl Ü RCu,
tueurli and du font. Hev c V'.
p««tui. l rirai h mg al IMS b, Ui.',,. * 1
»10.11111«sut.,ecfc •ih.yonur m«n ,„5**
Ideal." special music ly mile qiirû^sî
M ool at y. I t. Kpwnrlh Lesen,. U *•■
ï
'uruu
I VELA WARE AVENUE u C
\ J Church, Isrlewnra avenu» au l «,., 1
Hop.In,. i«., ur f 8
vice 10.1* sublet. "Our hcavvn , r.'-HJS
tinning vervlce 7.so. Subject, ... . '"w
fal h." Sunday-jchnol at VI. C. K -, s ?. •
anneettn« Weunv.day waning at . v*.!
K. Friday evening at 8._ ' '
17<A.STLAKE P B E S 11 Y 1 i rt
U Church,Twanty-Mveuth and M 1
V. P. 8. C. E. meeting at 7. him., lïïjh
pXsytrmeetlng Wednesday evening at 7 îf r
I^ASTLAKE M. E. CHURCH tu
111 T1KTH and Tatn.ll. Rev. J. u,
pastor, fia», at». Preselling at u,j"!
morning rubjsot, "The oource oltm- i
waning, ••fisiuosl religion Sun.ur Ji!
*. Pm b.i*. prayer meeting trldsv , T ,Ù on?
UnnvoRTii m. e. cm
III and 1.omliard. Kev. L, r. Coro'aa. 72
Preecl.lng at 10.su and 7.4.V Morului aîlï
''ihe two loundailmi;" ayrnlnr ■ o. q
reat, " rnndav -qchool at » I pw rnn
Pi HST ÜHÜ KCH OF CH R ÎST'hPîi
I nsr. Park Place and Van iianm.
Morning wrvlca at 11. Subleet, "Love ■■V!
school at 10. Wed nesday evening mwiTf
piRST M. P. CHDRCH, SEV^
1' and Walnut. Rev. a R. 8trau.t,urv7_
Preaching at 1030 and 7.46. C. r. strvni ,
Sunday.school at 2. Morning subject ■.[>/
able Riches of Christ," hev. Pr { t
P resident of the Maryland Annual Von»
wUI ,Tesch at 7,4'i p m, Special tmulc
pIlLST PRESBYTERIAN ciltl
I Market above Ninth tireau I regaai
10 M and 7. «5 by Rev. Hobert Hugn m 0 .
Prmeetou. N. J. Sunday-achool at j
Endeavor at &30i Y. P. B. C. h. at &«.
F irst united PREsintfi
Church, Third and Broome street «»
Frank Campball, pastor. Praachlnt
•The religion thst Ilia." 8undar. W hoo! :
Christian rndravor at A.45. At 7 4' mJ
service, s ubjec t. • Mo as " _
l.ttltST UNITARt AN CHURCHTWi
1 street above Eighth. Rev. A..TI-V
Bowscr, minuter. Preaching tt tups ,
yoo , i>. ay. our father " ru
I.MU ENDS MKETÎ NtiS, KÔljj
F and West streeto. Meetlagi lor dlr ia
•hip First-day at II; Fllthdlay at 7 tu in,
fcnool at 9145.
G m RACE M. É öhurchTrev. w
Hum Wirt Kitu. D. I)., paet<» r Mar
feuujeci, , *.•'el^Ju§uilcahon. ,, iiiua ant
"Ihe closed door," Bun Jay-Kht u. at i
worth I»eaeue a*. 6.4Ä.
( 3 ERMAN BAPTIST CH Ü RCH.Fll
' J aid Wnlnut «treeu. K#t. H. CUium.ii
Sunday rentfc# at 10.30. subject ' Tbt i
rectlon life." At 7.30, subjtct, H (brlit'i a
at therroet.'* Bible school at 2. r,#»p i i
mg* will be he'd on lucsday, Wcdueate
Thureoay «v öllig» at 7.45,
n ANÔVÊR
Church. Sixth and King.
10.45 and 7.45. HuiHley-Bchoor at 'j.I4. Y.
CJL wt 7. w edne#day prsycf tanrlc# at 8
n ~ARRISÔN8T KKKT ft. E. CHUM
rteventh and Harrison. Hev. T. wj
bailor. Prtaehmv at 10.8» bv Kev Lr
the hvangetlAt. T.80 j-r »ichmtr bv tbc {«
ßnriject. " eek flrrt ihe Kingdom of HeirS
»undav-achooi at L Kpworthj eagn*- at 4b
MMANUELCHURCH, HIGHLAVj
Kev. K. J. Hamtnon«!. rector, öerv.r«;
and 7 SJ. .-i.nd ijr-»cho<>l at 9. Hev. . ohn Ml
oi BraxiJ, will pnwe h at the evenlm; »rrJ
IT I N<iSW (>1 (1) M. K. CHÜHCH.liîS
l\. teenth and Claymont. Rev. j M h.
PRES B Y ! E Kl
1
Blunk, i«a*tor. y.B , da«* ine«iiutr. Pr#ich'tJ
10.90 and 7..X) Morning subject. ••Fllliatt^
gap;" #venmg subject, •• Untat L" 8ut dâ) *â
at 2. Epworth League at 7. Wed ne* lav *rf*j
at 7.80, leacheTB' rim* to be addrvpned
Mnmi Regular mid-week praver tervicem
M adeley m. e. churcHT
uer of Claymont and Attract«. Her.)
U. Arier a, pMtor. claMmeetiag Mt v. V:
at iu.90; BUtjject, ''The three foollih e
At 2.15k bunuay-oobool. At 7, Kpwurtb
Preaching at 7A&, ' The aplder lo ta* L
palace "
N orth baptist church, l
coin street below Delaware avenue. «U
L. Pettiugiii, pastor. 10.3a
^7th chapier ot Muithew. H
7 Ho. subject. "Ve that have
O U V KT P RÉS H Y TERIAN Cl 1 CRC
Fourth and Broome street». I'm cl
l 7.4-j by Kev. Thoau
Springer. Bible school at 2.30. Christian
deavor meeting al&4IK
S oon M. E. (TIÜHCH. 8EV£M
and Spruce Ktreebi. H, K. Stephenson, pat
Subject«,
-
expocitioo t>l
ible school *t It
Stoner. "
service« at 10.40
Preaching at RX30 and 7.30.
-The responsibility of a talen t;'* 7.80, <1]
"lheclo«ed door."
worth XiCague 6.30.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH, .VlN
O and franklin. Hov. Frederic P. BrUn w
ice at 10.30: •object, "some
Sunday-school «t t
Morn ï me
of the Kingdom and how they work. ' Wi»
School 2. U K. imnline 7. Kvening «ernei
Subject, "A Serpent of BlMS '
S ECOND M. P. CHURCH.OiK. Fit
avenue and Anchorage «treet. Rev W
Bhenvood, M. A., pastor. Prsaching st
and 7,45 by the pssior. At 8 Rev. F. T lit
D. D., president oi :he AUrylan C nieru
will 1'ieich. Sunday-school at 2.
_
r*cior. Rev. William u. Heacu, awtuaab a
fIcos; 7.», il and 7.41k buudnj-»cuuol*»
svrvict. a; K ige Moor at CuO
OT.PAUL'5 M.E.eUUKCH, MARK!
0 »«h» anora kmnia. Kef. W.LE »«ts
| aStuf. At 10.80, He TIB Oit By lAf, iJ. W . ••
Boeum. ai 7 ;w, by t»r. i oul«on. buu«l»r« J
»I i. Y. P. 8. a ». a t a,». ___
ÛT. »Î Kl'H Ë N ' S L U l H t KA
Ö ;huroh, TainaU asreei above bevenut »
krederic Ooerr. pasvor. Morning serVtoi «
SÄ S'*
"A uv le ..plrstion.''
S T. ANDREW'S CHURCH, EIliH
and Shlplej. Res. Hubert W. Welk re
Holy communion at 6. Sunday-«: ool st I
Mttrnin« prayer and «ermon at IL Kven
piayer and ««-rmon at 7.45. _
S t. LU K E'S REFORM ED El'ISOOPJ
Church, Eighth and Monroe elrecU. 17»«
niK at 10.:<ü and 7 30 bv tho Rev. Mr Fini
•ï .-it- oi - » r*
rpHE CHRISTIAN AND MlSSIOIJA
X Alliance, ûüi» fcliipley straele Rev. d. '•
biuwo. pastor Frayer and prai$e
w.;i0. asnday »cbool at 1.45, Preachiug ». -
Young People*» meeting at 7.
U NION M E, CHURCH, FIFUl A>
Washington.Rev. H. H. Adam*, pastor.
iuvenil, a* 9..b. ireachlOK 'k3o and W*
5tl«s Listio .-Harp of uridgeton, R. J.
F Cito.il at 2. E pworth League at " • J- ^
\\T Ablll.NGTON HEIGHTfiT».
v T Church, Jefferrton street and Rom
KUO. «ermon by Hr. PuOikon. 7». **.
I)r. Murray, aunday-echool at IA *fKw
Cpwwtà Lvrgue.__ _ ^
W EhT PRESBYTERIAN'CHl'RCH
r ighth and Wasnlnjrton streeis- Ke T- *
ander Aliaun, Jr„ pastor. 1 i.e pa»« r w « r
mau. and 7 8 Û, Evanvel zing w«' • L
Morning, " I he iteeksr * fcveiling '*
>Ight «ervlf• *or the people. Weico B***^
!
and Linien «treeu, Asbury ^Boria
Claw, ni 9 PrcacDing .u iO.au and .
"A question tost no one oan answer * ^
• A qu «fion that every b -dy can answer,
day school at 2. l-pworth i.o<tgue 6.8A J ,
UUceervlcse morning and night a
come. —
Mt
W
BLOOH®
POISON®
It 1« bLUGU I G.aU.V o#ml to
Axcir eu, Eujlsul«li»hi#. Eenu.. lor
BLOOD CUKK, fA00 per boule. iMt*
BoiaUi Wilmington only by
*. u. (iAKIXLU. sum and Me«»"

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