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OH A SHIRT means a good deal ll • i.od« lor good miltrl.U, food «ola, good workmanship and good fit WHITE OR COLOR-FAST FABRICS • 1.00 .nd »1.25 CLL'ETT, PEABODY it CO. Urrnt »um <4 ColUn ud Shim In thn World Beller Equipped Than Ever. Isaac S. Bullock ban removed bta Tin Roofing. Semiiing ami Keab-r Work. topper. Mus» ftixf (im tn Diced Work* to 811 Shipley Street Arco Elastic Carbon Paint. We guarantee in every imtam-e where our ARCO If LAS 110 CARBON TAINT !• used «C cord In « fto «tirer lion«, that it "111 last on a roof lor a jierlod of at lean, rive year*. PHONES [ •JWII I». A A. ■■BIS Pelmarvla. OOOOOOOO Second-Hand Furniture Wanted. Highest Cash Prices Paid. II Good slock ol rurnilurs now on hand. Call and see us before buying. Geo. Foster, 905 King Street. 1OOOOOOOOOOOO i H Curtains Cleaned without destroying or altering the most delicate de sign, nor affecting the natural hang of the drapery. Wo return them with edges smooth and even. We also aern lace curtains. Don't think of sending youy costly hangings else where. £ writ« for booklet. A. F. Bornot ® Bro. French Scourers and Dyers TI8 MARKET ST 1)0 NOT à SUFFER' nith a p)*ut which will uot hold ui». We have U-»*n year* perleclbiit e ■union which he* never had a failure. Wo havu done wh«l other* have Jailed id. made the plate hold ecourely to the roof ol the mouth. If you have a plate that will not hold up, bring 11 to and we will u*e your old tavth and make a whole new plate with our patent ■notion at a «mail rmt of from • 4.IIO to on. In MilM OUT plaira wo atm to beautify (he lace by restoring it to lu» former youthful eon tour. by reaovluf a rink lea aiul alio that «unkru appearance about the month and chin. All we etk la a call Wo can convince you we can do all w« claim. We alM> do all kind* of filling* and bridge work. Killings from .'Oc up. Rildirework from |i 00 to |î».00 a tooth. Gold crown |3 60 to •.V00. Full *ei* of teeth with •6,00. fs. on ami »iu r paient eueilnn, DR. NORRIS, 716 Market Street. Bornot Building Spacial a tum non to uarrous people and child* ftraneh out«», Middletown, Dal. SALE OF OLD AMD NEW. *<an Homreopalhic Hoipital Preparing (or It* Annual Sale in Turn Hall. The managers of the Hnma-opalhio Hospital are now arranging for their annual sale of the old and the now, to lie held at Turn Hall, Eighth and French •treets, loginning tlie first Monday in Oct olicr. The annex to the hospital, •Ourse of construction, will. now in necessarily, entail new demands and inereaaed pense. No one, unless intimately as sociated with the management of the in stitution, can comprehend tho amount ol money required for its maintenance. Contributions for the sale are solicited —clothing, furniture, accessories for the house. In (act, anything will be grate fully accepted and sent for by notifying Mrs. C. New-bold Trump, 1 H 11 \Ve»t Thirteenth street, D. ft A. "phone 258, Delmarvia, 2358: or Mr». Thomas Dar lington, 509 Washington street, l). ft A. 'phono 922 A. c\ ENTERTAINED THEIR MOTHERS. Tho Otis Club ol the People's Settle ment. composed of 21 girl* aged between 10 and 12 years, gave an Floater enter tainment for tbeir mothers, yesterday afternoon. A programme of recitations, piano solos, vocal quartet and sextet and songs by the club was delightfully per formed. Miss Pyle and Miss Walter, residents at the settlement, were also § nests at the club, which ia under the irectionof Miss Golding and Miss Beaden kopf. The refreshments served were ice cream, cake and Eaatctf-ggs BRAIN WORKS Clear and Clean ON Grape=Nuts "There's a Reason. Gel "The Koad to Wellrille" In pkc* - » J invTÜ ■ JL IJ m ) viirrnn p J ill There France Can Build Up an Empire iî Germany Does Not Interfere. Morocco Is Rich In Iron Ore, But Has No Coal. CHANCE FOR THt UNITED STATES Could Send Coal and Bringt Back Other Things. try It rirtnrttqiiA «nd Mmi of It l r er* it 1 « 4lpl«n«ll<1 Hoads lor Motoring They W«r* Built t».v Franc* llrlllinni HhII m th* bum Ornerai, C« I ' « I n Of ill« tiowr Special Corretponilanceol I vary Evening. Hainmnn Rhin, Algiers, March 111. We have been traveling "en motor" through Tunis and Algiers and are now here. We intend staying until the 151U pro*., then going across from Algiers to Italy Grand Hotel des Hams, to motor buck to Paris, traveled morn than 1,2110 miles with out deinyi or accidents. The roads were French. You know what that means. They are wide, well laid out, well drained, macadamized with solid masonry culverts and with steel bridges on excellent masonry piers mid abutments. We usually ran 26 miles an hour, stopping for views,to eat, »fee. France has a great Held in all this region, has spent immense sums of money in many ways and has paid also in men for its right to control Ma hometans who are clannish and in a certain way united from the west line of Egypt to the Atlantic, hence one can readily appreciate the ixiwerfnl reasons why the government and people of France do nut wish to have its ene mies intriguing in Morocco or else where. t It conquered this country 25 years since, a period of time representing twice the life of the German Empire whose statesmen have repeatedly said "Germany had no interests in the Mediterranean," whore it has not spent a dollar or lost a man. Km nee has an army of IX),0U0 men in Algeria and Tunis, kept all the time on a war looting. Germany plays "heads 1 win, tails you lose. " for the Sultan. We have no trade in Northern Africa. We could have. The country is rich in iron ore, has no coal. Why not send coal and take back ore and cork, with many other products including good though not lino wines, which sell here for 10 ocnls a gallon. The land appears rich and produces well. It needs improved tools and its railways, o vrs and engines, the government would protect foreign capital and trade. The wool is excellent ; \s have cure not a copper am told encourage and tho olimatii roallÿ S o™! for white people. Here at. its oor France ami build up an empire if Germany is kept out and from its policy of meddling and grabbing, There for only one government, onizes this by the hand of government, not by individual effort, and this must be considered. The Arabs retire south, hut will aome day become a part of the real body politic. Education will fol low and control them. The country ia picturesque and much of it fertile. If is a fine grazing region, hut I believe eattle do not assimilate the grasse», though shoepf thrive. In South Africa thf ing "one man, Africa it is onejraan, one donkey, mule or camel, generally donkey. The Arabs are a dirty lot, and as a rule are not different from those who heard Ma homet preach. They do not improve, hut, like other Orientals, take on some of our vices in the borderlands. We found Tunis interesting and we visited Carthage (now a wheat Held) and Knirouan. a decaying pilgrimage town open to the world since the French occupation. Tunis and all the princi pal towns have well built and well kept The site of old is room for all peoples, but France col ami gouts ^ev aro talk one volei*' in North E nrcpcan quarters. Carthage is a lovely one, the views tine, and there are ruins. We attended the annual ball of the Governor-General at the Summer Palace in Algiers, and it was the most picturesque scene I have ever had in doors. There were a hundred or more Arab chieftains,clad in the native cos tume, varied according to rank and position of the men, some of whom had the clonks of the army positions (very striking they were) and nearly all had French orders and decorations of which they seem proud. Several had the Cross of the Legion. The governor placed those of highest rank behind him at. one end of the salon, on chairs,and they made a very notable coloring. They are generally tall men and I wondered what they thought of being ruled by the little Frenchmen. They appeared dignified and those connected with the army came on white or gray horses in one body, and so de parted. The whole affair was very well done and most effective. The French have done a lot for this country and the effects will last. They are slow in some ways,but the age and its progress will push them on. They should run larger ships to and frotii these ports, which in law are French ports. No foreign shiti can touch and do business between French ixirts a coast service law something lilt Germany spends a lot ol money (at home) for ships, (torts, coaling, &c., and then sends the ships to undercut and share^the sea traffic in every direc tion. The French are not enough alive to this sort of thing, and be sides, have not the cargo freights wanted so generally in other lands. e ours. IVrilont lor Del*««r»*n>. The following Delaware people have secured pensions through Col. Wain wright: Joseph E. Booth of Co. H. First Delaware Infantry, $10 |ier month ! from March 28th, 1906: and William j H. Morris of Co. I, Twenty sixth U. 8. Colored troops, $8 per month, tfum March 7th, 1906. n»o. Unrrla tn « t'rttlcal ('„minion. George Burris of Rose Hill, who was injured on Monday afternoon by being thrown from his buggy at Third street bridge, by a spirited horse, which he was driving, is in a critical condition. A Cltaatar Omlr»c(. The Delaware Electric and Supply Co. sent a number of men to Chester today to work on a largo contract in volvmg the covering of pipes and boil ers at the Aberfoyle mills. Phelps' Rheumatic Elixir Cures Rheumatism in all ils Forms. the only rheumatic remedy In America that boast of a life of over a quarter of a century. JOHN H. PHELPS, Scranton, P»„ Sole Proprietor. can 1,1 N. B. Danforlh, Market and Second Sis. Wilmington. Sold HEAVY PENALTY. Imposed Upon a Milk Dealer Charged With Assaulting a Boy. Frank P. Mnrouey, a milk dealer, hud a hearing lieforo Deputy Judge Garrett in the Municipal Court this morning, on the charge of committing uu assault and batttry on Samuel Chadwick, a 15-yoar» old boy, last Tuesday afternoon. The charge was brought by Special Agent Frank Stout of the H. C. C. Chadwick testified that last Tuesday afternoon, while he was walking along Ivy Road. Rockford, he gave a call and Maroney, who was driving along the road, got out of his wagon and struck him in the face three or four times and then picked up a milk bottle and struck him m the head with it. The hoy said that Maroney evidently thought he was calling him names, hut he was not. Agent Stout said that he went to the place where the la.y is employed, and that those ot whom he inquired as to the boy 's character said ho was a very good hoy. Maroney made a statement in his behalf, saying that the Chadwick hoy h was at one time employed by liini. but ho discharged him. He said since being discharged the liny, every time he saw him. would call him names. He said that on Tuesday, as he was driving along Ivy Rond the l«>y called him names, and when ho told him to atop, replied with curses, and picked up a stone and throw at him. He then struck the hoy. Judge Garrett imposed a fine of ?20, with costs. Harry Hamilton, Frank MeDonnough and Loroy .1. Wolf, hoys, charged with the larceny of a slot chewing gum machine, the property of Thomas W. Steinnell, who keeps a store at Sixth and Tntnull streets, were committed to the Ferris Industrial School. John Garvey, charged with larceny as bailee of a diamond ring, w ill have a hear ing on Friday'morning Frank Iz'C, a boy, charged with corner lounging, was lined SI Clarence Smith, charged by his sister with acting in a dis orderly manner, was lined S2. The case against Dominick Cekin, charged with assault with intent to commit murder, was continued (or a week, his wife still being in the hospital, as a result of the assault. The case against Gniseppc Bartuchcs, charged with assault with intent mil murder on Mnrtaino Nuise, tinned until next Tuesday to rom iv ns con , rooming the request of Bartuehos' attorney. al MEETING OF SCIENTISTS. Associated Cnee Dispatch bj special Wires Philadelphia, Pa., April IS. of international repute me4 tndav in the hall of the American Philosophical Society the meeting I «'ing one of Iho features (if the celebration of the 2(Klth anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Franklin. A number of those who attended I lie mont ing read (tapera on scientific stilt jeets. An executive business session fol lowed the open meeting. Scientists OVER IN MARYLAND Thomas ll. Dodd has been named postmaster at Carmichael C. S. Abrahams of Woodlawn has signed as trustee of the poor and insane for Cecil county. The Cecil Farmer's Telephone Co. will extend its lines to nearly every section of Cecil county. Elkton icemen have given notice of an Increase in price this season, blaming the short crop for the raise. The City Council of Havre de Grace lias leased the city opera house to New York parties, with the understanding that it 1 h> improved. At the ogieniug of the April term of Ifio Kent County Circuit Court. »I Elkton. all civil eases «(-re continued to the fall term Roliert C. Morgan is foreman of the grand jury. as I, Kev. Dr. Wallace Radcliffe of New York avenue Presbyterian Church. Wash ington, D. <'.. will preach the baccalau reate sermon and Rev. Dr. J. M. Buckley, editor of the Christian Advocate, will de liver tHo commencement address at Jacob Tome Institute, Port Deposit. P.5S5 SEEK NO FURTHER YOU HAVE IT HERE! /Î ' Penn HhcumatiMn Cure is just, what you have been looking for. AN URIC ACID DESTROYER Entirely frre from opiates, iodide or potash or mercury, powerful tonic in building up the* weak or debilitated. REMEDIES PENN RHEUMATISM CURE will positively cure Acute. Chronic, ItmUmmatory or Sciatic Rheumatism or Lumbago— Price, Liquid vlargr battle) $1.00. Tablet«, 60c. Beware of «ulMtitution for a I'enn Remedy "Sec that our trad * mark," tho Uend and Bu-*t of William Penn, is on the package. None other genuine. Send for free prompblct to Penn Drug Co,. Philadel phia. Pa. Whidesale and r el ail by When you ask Miller Drug Co.. 402 Market Street. ANTI-BRIBERY LEAGUE, Call for a Meeting of New Castle County Anti-Bribery Pledge Signors in This City on Friday Morning. William F. Kurtz, the New Castle county vice-president of the Anti-Bribery League of Delaware, has issued » call for a meeting ol the signer» of the ant i-hrihery pledge living in this county, to las field in the Equitable Building on Fri day morning at II o'clock. The follow ing call in issued to the members: Dear Sir: As vice-president from New castle county of the recently organized Anti-Bribery League of Delaware, 1 have deemed it proper to call together all of the signers of the anti-bribery pledg collected by the Sussex Republican, whose homes are in New Castle county, for the purpose of completing our organi zation and also to confer among ourselves as to the best ways and means to accom plish the purposes for which we are organ ized. It is desired to have the views and suggestions of everyone who is interested in preventing fraud and corruption at our elections, and I would therefore earn , 11s estly request your ot those interoster rooms of the Wilmington Board of Trade, on the third floor of the Equitable Build ing, lyt Ninth and Market streets, Wil mington, Del., on Friday, April 20tli, at 11 o'clock a. m. presence at a meeting 1 to be held at t lie Yours very truly, W. F. Kurtz. BOY IN CUSTODY. Ha is Suspected of Having Run Away From Home. Polire Officer Purcell last evening ar rested John Rradley, aged IS years, on the elmrge of hat ing run away from home. The boy, who says his homo is at. No. 24 Fast Ritten!louse street, Germantown, Pa., applied at the Lyceum Theatre yes terday lor work and lie was given employ ment as an usher. Last evening Hie police received a request from Pluladc phia, asking them to look out, for »I runaway hoy. who was likely to be found around I heat res. Bradley was taken to the police station and will lie kept there until Special Agent Frank Stout of the S. P. C. C. can investi gate. Tho hov told Mr. »Stout that his parents wore flood.hut that ho lived with a woman named Margaret Lee, nt t he above address. ELKS' ELEPHANT A DEAD ONE. Duke, the Reputed Man-Hater, Couldn't Live in Chester. Duke, the big elephant claimed by tho Philadelphia Lodge of Elks, died in Ches ter of) N Thomas itoon afflicted for several days, and »1 renii ons efforts were made to save his life, which Hargreaves valued at $10.(MK). Duke was ship|ted East by Walter L. Western showman, because of lay at the winter quarters of arg reaves. The beast had Main. his vicious temper, and was intended for the Elks. Notices appeared, offering to give I lie elephant away, and Hargreaves was first to accept the offer. Philadel phia Elks threatened to go to Chester and lake Duke by force, but a close watch was kept on him. The elephant was offered to the W ilroington Zoo. hut tho local manager* declined tho offer. THE CARMELITE FATHERS. Associate,! I'rc— Ins («ten or Spool«! wirai Niagara Falls. N. Y., April 18.—The Carmelite Fathers of the Dnited States have elected Rev. Father Ambrose Bruder of Pittsburg provincial for three years. Rev. Father Best and Rev. Father Mc Donald of Niagara Falls. Rev. Fattier Kehoe of Chicago and Rev. Father Murphy of Fnglewood, N. J., have lieen elected consultera. ■BLACK POPE" DEAD. _ _ NiNMi*t Wlrr Romo. Italy. April 18.— Father Louis Martin, general of the Jesuits, known as the "Black Pope," died today. He had been suffering from a cancer of the chest. An OculUP* Examination for Glasia*. Shur-on eye glass, anatomical frame fittings —Cubberly'a, 824 Market street.* ''V*' I tlwtl'itC 4 HOME WEDDING. Marring* of Mu* (intrude llleco« end ( Jm * nrn Clienb». Miss Gertruds Biscoe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Bisco« and Clarence Cbursha, both of this city, were married last evening at the home of the bride's parents, 2202 Washing ton street. The ceremony was per formed by Kev. C. T. Wyatt, pastor of Harrison Street M. K. Church. Tig* bride whs at tend od by Miss Mae M earns of this city, as hrirtesmaid and Grace Trice of Chili.dolphin actid as flower girl. Robert Hiscoe, n brother of the bride, Lillian Dev was groomsman. Mrs. trick of Baltimore played the wed ding march, and Miss Bertha Harper of this city and Mrs. Kva Phillips of Philadelphia sang. "Oh, Promise .Me.'' Misses Kdna Choate and Ger trade Biscoe of Philadelphia, cousins of the bride. Miss Hattie Craig of Baltimore, Mamie Russell and Miss Bertha Har The bride Miss Elsie Smith. Miss per were ribbon bearers, wore a gown of white Paris muslin, over taffeta, and carried a shower bouquet of Bride rose» and maiden hair fern. The bridesmaid's and flower girl's dresses were of blue organdy over taffeta, and they carried bouquets I of Easter lilies. The ribbon bearers' i gowns were of white organdy over I taffeta. The house was prettily dec I orated with potted plants,Easier lilies About 185 guests were and violets, present, from Baltimore, Philadelphia, South Amboy and this city. A recep tion followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. C'harsha left for a trip to Bos ton and on their return will live at No. 2202 Washington street. 1-niI.AUELrBIANB MARRIRO HER*. Rev. George L. Wolfe performed a double wedding ceremony yesterday afternoon in the office of Magistrate , Broman. Both couples were from Philadelphia. The weddings were not prearranged, but it happened that both collides arrived at the magis trate's cilice at about the same time, and secured marriage licenses. The couples wore Miss Florence Kellett and Nicholas P. Gallagher, and Miss Emily Winder and Jacob Bellerjea Last evening Mr. Wolfe married another Philadelphia couple, at his residence. The bride was Miss Anna Elizabeth Kinerney and the groom William J. Stinson. DOM>nUK-K F.KNAN. 11 Miss Katharine Keenan and William Donohue were married yesterdav in St. Paul's H. C. Church by Rev, Anna Edward C. Higgins. Miss Donohue, a sister of the groom, acted as bridesmaid, and William Conry was treat man. The bride's gown was white net over taffeta, and she carried Bride roses and maiden hair fern. Miss Donohue's gown was of white Paris muslin. She wore a picture hat and carried pink carnations. Owing to the recent death of the bride's mother, only the immediate relatives of the families were present. After a trip to Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs. Dono hue will live at No. 427 Jackson street. The bride is the daugher of Joseph Keenan, No. 224 Jackson street. LOVE LETTERS IN CUSHIONS. "Nosegay" in 1 hilacUIpbia Htro d. When Miss Mary Claire Junes of No. 24611 North Nineteenth street, becomes the bride of Frank V. Sim pers of Dover, Del., she and her bride groom will plump themselves down at the proper point in the wedding cere mony upon cushions stuffed with the ardent epistles which have passed be tween the twain during the happy period of courtship. The ceremony is to be performed at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H . ' si- I j ia • , „..I Jones, on Wednesday, April 2.»th. Kev. (». Hick Is V Burns of the Union Methodist Episcopal Church, will ■ . mL _11" _. ■ ' , omemte. The unique cushions which the bride has prepared to hold so con* dace in the ceremony are white material to match spiouous H I) covered witn her gown. WHEN RIzERP FAILS Take Honiurd t Acid I'hosphate Half a toaepoonfnl In half gheaof water just before retiring bringe refreshing sleep.* PERSONAL H. T. Sergeant is at Atlantic City. Mrs. Mary F. Calhoun is at Atlan tic City. Charles Brinton has returned from the South. F. T. Wallace is at the Challonte, Atlantic City. Miss Edith Taj lor is visiting friends in Philadelphia. Roy Brown of Camden has been visiting friends in this city. Miss Charlotte Smith of Smyrna is the guest of Miss Lillie Cole. Everett Brown and son have been visiting friends at Appleton, Md. Mrs. Harold M. Shaw is the guest of friends in Ilockessin and Vorklyn. Mrs. Charles Pennell of Washington is the guest of friends in this city. Bcrnholtz G. visiting friends in West Chester, Pa. Miss Lea Vansant of Sassafras, Md., has been visiting friends in this city. Miss Sarah Mealey and Miss Nellie Lynch are registered at Atlantic City. Mrs. Claude Downs Talley of Phila delphia is visiting friends in this city. Miss Gerlnrde Bowdle has returned from a visit to her home in Easton, Md. Strickland has been Miss Elsie Nowland is spending a few days with her parents at Elkton. Md. Miss Alice Ainsworth of Philadel phia has been the guest of Miss Mamie Cox. Miss Florence L. Ritter of Philadel phia is the guest |of friends in this city. Miss Mary W. Pyle has returned from a visit to friends in West Ches ter, Pa. R. Daniel and Charles Marvel of Milford have been visiting friends in this city. and Mrs. Harry Kibler of Md., are visiting Mias Katharine Morrison of Phila delphia has been visiting her parents in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T. Hendrix son spent Easter with friends in Al toona, Pa. Miss Maude Bergman has returned from a visit to her parents in Oxford, Maryland. Mias Kathryn E. Quigley is the guest of Miss Anna C. McHugh, ot Farnhurst. Miss Mamie Gallagher is the guest her sister, Mrs. Charles Fisher, in Washington. Mrs. John White of Philadelphia is visiting Police Sergeant an d Mrs. Hiram White. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Underwood spent blaster with Dr. T. T. Vail at Delaware City. Miss Philomena Beecher has Mr. Chesapeake City, Montrose. of re Spring Time Need of a Good Tonic Wie often have people come to store for something to brace our them up. We always recommend Rexall Mucu-Tone as the ideal remedy, with the result that they invari ably come back, not for the money, which we have always guaranteed to return in case of dissatisfaction, but to speak in the most apprecia tive terms of this wonderful rem edy. and to thank us for having urged them to take it for . their spring-time ailments. Rcxall Mucu-Tone is a nutri tive tonic, body builder and bloôd purifier. It has won the highest praises not only here, hut all over the country. It cleanses the mucous mem branes of the body, drives out tftw poison, builds up the wasted tis sues. A REASON The United Drag Company increased it* business 81 per cent, in December, 1905, over the corresponding month 1904. When you consider that all their products arc guaranteed to give satisfaction or money re funded. isn't this in creased evidence of sat isfaction on the part of the purchasers of Rexall Remedies? Could a busi ness grow as rapidly as the Rexall Remedies have if its products weren't a good deal bet ter than its competitor? There is some pleasure in being satisfied — why not try a Rexall Remedy for your ailment? W« have it Because it does all this, Mucu Tone is to our nation the ideal spring tonic. The very first dose of iMucu-Tone braces you up, while three or four weeks of it in tablespoon doses three times a day will make you feel like a new per son. For Nervousness— Rexall Americaniti* Elixir, 7Sc. For Dyspepsia— Rexall Dyspepsia Cure, 25c For Coughs— Rexall Cherry Juice, large bottle, 25c. And— 106 other Rexall Rem edies for 196 other ail ments. It will rebuild your whole sys tem. making you fairly bubble over with good spirits, buoyancy and vigor of perfect health. If you are feeling badly, are afraid you are going to be sick ; if you are run down and miserable generally, onr advice is to take a fifty cent bottle of Mucu-Tone. If it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feel better than you have in months, we will promptly return you your money. N. B. DANFORTH, Druggist THE STORE CATARRH, FOUL BREATH If You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, If You Have Foul, Sickening Breath, That is Catarrh. CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B. j Is yoor breath lonll Is yonr voice htwkyt Is yonr nose stopped* Devon snore at nlghtt Do you sneeze a groat dealt Do you have tro quent palt« ln Ute forehead? Do you have pains aero«* the eyes? Arc yon toeing your eons* of imretlt la there a dropping In tho throat» Are yon loetag yonr sense of toetef Are yon gradually Betting doafT Do you hear txnAag sounds* Do you have ringing In the —— TIP ^ ttOOMMOT 11 IfiorB A conatant two Ult« la Mm mouth? Do you bave a hnoklng cough? Do you cough at night? Do you toko cold L r ,I° T ;*— »n. _ _ Catarrh U not only aongoroQ* in tnla way, but it cause« uK'«rr>t ions. <i«fUh and d«eay of bemea,lessor tblnklngand reaaoning power, aamu onand enygy. qfis- Bcaaee s low th,M P i?nd"iaih«*^^ra?UeKß^idtocy and Insanity, ll noeds attention at once, (tara It by taking Botanlo Blood Balm (B.B B.). ll la a quick, radical,permanent cur« because It rtda tho «tystem of tb« poison germs that cause catarrh. Blood Balm (B.B.B). purl flat ib* blood, do*w «way with •vary symptom, glrlu g strength to tho entire For sale by N. B. Dantorth, wholesale and retail distributor turned from a visit to friends in Princeton, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Hickman Sparks of West Grove, Pa., are tho guests of friends in this city. Miss Edna Martin of Kennett Square, Pa.. attended tho Farrow-Collins wedding in this city. Mrs. Lee J.Martin spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, Kennett Square, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hill of New York are guests of Mrs. Alie Locker man of Seventh and Adams streets. W. C. Spruance and Miss Edith Spniancc of this city are stopping at the C'balfonte, Atlantic City, N. J. George K. Larrimore, formerly of this city, hut now of Philadelphia, is sjiending a few days with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Karl W'ilson and J. C. Wilson of Orange, N. J., were the guests of Dr. add Mrs. H. W. Briggs on Sunday. Miss Jane Aiken of Baltimore and Miss Jane McAllen of Snow Hill, Md., were the guests of Miss Jennie Dutton during Easter. Miss Addie Meredith and Miss Lulu Bender of Philadelphia have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. William Meredith of this city. John II. Wallace of the battleship Pennsylvania, which has arrivel at League Island from Cuba, spent a few hours at his home in this city Monday. Mr.and Mrs. Elbridge Plummer and daughter, Mrs. Katherine P. Adams of Boston, Mass., and Mrs. Samuel J. Dennison have gone to Washington. Star« Alteration«. N. S. Barkley has secured the con tract from C. H.Scarborough of Phila delphia, for the tearing out of the fronts of the properties Nos. 404 and 406 Market street and the remodeling of the two first stories, large bulk window fronts, metal ceiling, asbes tos doors and other improvements, at a cost of about 16,000. The double store will be occupied by the Miller Drug Co. Improving; » Tugboat. The Delaware Electric and Supply Co. has secured from the Chari Warner Co. the contract to cover the pities and boilers of the tugboat Martha, which has been rebuilt ut the yards of the Pusey 4 Jones Co., and made practically a new boat. New Slaatn riant. The Charles Warner Co. is install ing a new steam plant at its lime works on the Philadelphia ft Reading railway at Corson Station, Pa "S Hooper's Anodyne, 10o and 26o BOTTLE, mnoRB membrane, and B.B.B. sends a rich, gllng flood of wa run, rich • pure blood direct Lhe paralyzed nervös, mucus membra:'« bones and Jolnta, giving warmth an 1 gth Jnst where It 1.« needed, and In this way making a perfect, lasting cure ol catarrh In all Its form?. DEAFNESS If von are gradually growing deaf or are al • ready d«af or hard of hearing, try Botanic Blood Balm (B.B. B.). Moatforms ness or partial deafness are caused by ca tarrh, and In curing catarrh by B B B. thousand'} of mon and women have had their hearing completely restored. Botanic Blood Balm ( B.B.B.) is pleasant and safe to take. Thoroughly^ tested Composed of Pure Botanic Strengthens Weak Stomachs* cures Dvspepsla. Price HI per large bot tle. Take HH directed. If not cured when right Sample Co., Atlanta, Ga. and epec&al free nx-dlonl your case, also sent iu scaled lettae- , tin tu l , : r* i. of deal for In o • VT». C «(Ile'nt*. *r quantity U taken, no&jv refunded, I« Sent Fre« by writing blood Balm DeerrttM» roar trouble. advice to ie|| Coal Strike is On But do not worry about fuel; get a Gas Hange and Cook With Gas Cheaper and cleaner than Coal, anyway. Wilmington Gas and Electric Company. SOCIAL EVENTS. A party was given to Mrs. William Oliver of 107 Bearles street, in honor of her birthday anniversary on Mon day evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lutton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lutton, Mrs. Harry Lutton, Misses Ellen, Carrie and Emma Lutton, George, Elmer and William Lutton of Darby, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. William Proud, Misses Lucy, Etta and Lillie Proud, John and Rokbie Proud, Mis* Lena Lutton, Centreville, Ç>el., Mr. and Mrs. .Atmore Lutton and daughter Ruth, Mr, and Mrs. William Oliver, Alessrs. William H. Oliver, Jr., Wal ter Oliver, Harry Donoghue, Mft. and Mrs. George Oliver and son George, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hall and eon, Harvey, Mrs. Lydia Donoghue and sons Norris and John, Mrs. Georgs Brown, daughter Ellen and son David, Mrs. Leonard Bowen, Irma Donoghue, Agnes, Janet and Lucy Oliver, Mrs. Lewis Henvis and daughter Busan and Miss Agnes Oliver. l or lieluwar« llosp t*t. A bake and sale of ice cream and candy will take place on Friday after noon and evening at. Rockford Kinder garten for (In- benefit of the Delaware Hospital.