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Clothing Cleaned
bj us is neither shrank nor faded,
Is the origins! set altered.
It saves coet of new clothes. So
will our improved process of
dyeing.
L A.F. Bornot ft Bro.
French toourert and Dy»r> .
716 MARKET ST A
nor
Writ* for bookW.
have You Tried to
Cure Your Rupture ?
Raw you tried the bc»l tniw" Hare y nu re
i. ; hast Advice? Come In And Ulk U over.
Com nothing And
Wperknicm mini; trnms.
cun help you. 80 yean |
Z. James Belt,
Hernia Specialist,
Sixth and Market Sts.
Fancy Strawberries
Window Dltylay at
Warren's Cafe*
(BufC«*or to White, 70A Market*!reel.)
picked,
Big dellHon* folio**. Mrm
frown on thoroughbred planU.
Order* for Iterrle* or plant« taken at the
cafe
Lace Curtains
Cleaned
By a method that preserve* the fabric and
wtain* the perfect hanging effect of the
drapery.
ua before placing Ibcm
away for the Bummer.
Wilmington Steam Dye Works
CUb West fourth Street.
Telephon» connection.
ICE! ICE I! ICE ! 11
ICE CAR now open At IM Maryland
Avanue. Prie*
Thirty Cents Hundred lbs.
1,000 Iba. lota l«aa
A. R. TATNALL.
Fnth Phone*.
WASHINGTON BEIGBTS
JL E. CBCilCD
Splendid Showing at the First
Quarterly Conference,
WHICH WAS HELD LAST NIGHT
Remarkable Growth of Thle
Now Institution
Inteieetlng ItepnrU From the l'«ilor, Her.
W. L. ». Murrey* I». I»., the Itoerd oi
Trust**« and Other OffloUl Member« of
the Church.
The first quarterly lovefeast and quar
terly conference were held in Washing
ton Heights M. E. Church last night, with
Presiding Elder A. S. Mowbray in lho
chair. After a tine address by the pre
siding elder (he partaking of the emblems
of fraternal love, the quarterly conference
was organized and heard the following
reports:
HABTon'e BEHOBT.
First Quarterly Report, Washington
Heights. Juno nth, lUOn - In submitting
this, my first quarterly report, I urn privi
leged above many, for it does not often
fall to the lot of* a pastor in our older
communities, to report an entirely new
work. We have here a new community,
a new church building, a new metnlier
ahip, a new Sunday-school, a new la-ague,
a new parsonage, a new Imdiea Aid,
and now we runic to organize
quarterly «inference, and all in this new
community, we have
a mu
«ten lake shape
•inoe February 22d, IlKlü. We have tme
Runday-aohool, numbering alxmt 140
members. We opened the new room for
the primary department June 3d, with
24 little people, besides parents, officers
and teacher*, Miss Clara Mendenhall,
of the very he*t primary teachers in the
But«, in eharge. w-ith Mrs J. Chandler
Pyle assisting In thi* department
see great possibilities. There was a total
one
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attendance in the whole school last Sun
day of 124. H. C. Conrad, a man of
high »Unding, a lawyer, by profession, a
man of large 1 itersry attainments, is our
superintendent We have an Epworth
League of about 75 members, holding
weekly meetings, with Minor 0. Smith,
the efficient president.
We reported to the annual conference
100 members. These had united with
the ehureb-«nee its dedication. Thanks
giving Day. 190.V 1 have received since
eonferense Harry C. Baynard. A R
Spaid, Mre. A. R. Spaid. Arthur Spaid
Nellie Brill, Addie Bnll, Charles W.
Parvis. Mre. H W. Bolton, ténia Zeblrv,
Mrs. Elizabeth Zcbley, Edith R, Bh'z
zard—11.
1 have districted the niembership,
forming groups of about 12 each; over
each group 1 have appointed a member
living in the midst thereof and have given
the same a book with names and ad
dressee, with the request to report to
any ill or needing pastoral attention, and
also to mark attendance upon the mid
week service for prayer and testimony
1 call these pastors aids. There
seven. They made their first report last
Wednesday evening. They reported 70
per cent had been in attendance at the
mid-week aervi
rnt
in'
and of thooe who had
not many could give a reasonable excuse.
This is th© most complete oversight 1
hmve ever known. I have boon in the
homes of all the member* except two,
end have made quite a number
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11 the Legislature Fails to Act
on Local Option at the
Special • Session.
Which Was Hold at Dover Yea
terday by Clergymen
and Others.
SOME PREELECTION Pit DOES
Which, Speakers Said, Had
Not Been Fulfilled.
In tto« F.venl of Fnlluro In Areom|»liali
Anything With th* l'r«a**nt I.egialHinr«
nn l-.fTort Will he Mnd* to Elect On« of
n lHtter«iit Finnin of Mind.
SUIT < 'orrepond- i
ol f .»rv Kveutng.
l>ovcr. June 7 - The afternoon ses
sion of the anti-railroad meeting, which
was held here yesterday, was devoted
chiefly to a consideration of the tern- ;
perance question. It was decided to |
call upon the législature, at the extra |
session. In make good the local option
hill passed at the regular session, and in
the event of failure on the part ot the
législature to do so to put an inde- i
pendent ticket in the field this year and |
ask for the support of all voters who are ,
in favor of local option.
After the matter had been discussed '
at length and the législature denounced
for its failure to carry out pledges alleged
to have been made by some of the Hc
puhlican members before the election,
the following
were adopted:
Whereas, We are in convention as
sembled to consider and confront the
criminal of the twentieth century—a
monster of fabulous powers ■ a demon
possessed of neither intelligence nor
conscience, but animated hy an infinite
preamble and resolutions
instinct for death and destruction a
monster and demon petted, pampered
and protected by the paid guardians of
its unhappy victims; and
Whereas, The |iconic constitute the
State and in their collection capacity are
the government, and thereby possess in
herently and inalienably the right of self
protection, this right being specifically
conceded and provided for in our Dela
ware Constitution, in eonneetion with
the evils and infamies of the liquor traffic
under the title of "local option,"thus
giving the people within legal linea the
constitutional light to vote on the ques
tion of "license" or "no license"; and
Whereas, A majority of the members
of our present législature were elected
by voters pledged to vote for no one who
was not favorable to local option, and
who Ihemselvee, in advance of their
election, pledged their support for such
a measure; and
Whereas, The representative« of the
dominant political party in the State, in
both branches of the législature, were
additionally and thoroughly pledged to
support an enactment of such a law, by
the insertion of a local option plank
the platform adopted by tneir State con
vention; and,
Whereas, The members of the Legisla
ture thus elected, frankly acknowledged
their obligations to the temperance
the State, and apparently
most formal and deliberate
ID
sentiment of
proceeded in a
manner to redeem their pledges and
promises hy preparing and passing a so
called local option bill, which however,
died before it was born, and, while every
effort was made, to galvanize it into a
seeming reality, remained destitute of
all the essential qualities and ingredients
of legal vitality; and.
Whereas, 'lhe presumption, dictated
by that charity that "thinketh no evil,"
is favorable to the honesty and sincerity
of these legislators who thus planed them
selves under pledge and promise to the
temperance people of the Slate, and who
in Inn subséquent regular session of the
Legislature publicly displayed what was
supposed to lie a genuine attachment to
ami support of the principles of local
option; and,
Whereas, It would bo unjust to at
tribute the wide-open
tinnality of (he so-called
bill, to the bel rayai of the people hy
these pledged legislators, under the
sinister influence of corrupt party bosses,
or of the powerful lobjiy in the paid
service of the liquor interests, without
giving the said legislators an opportunity
prove their sincerity and honesty;
therefore be it
unconst it u
locsl option
to
Resolved, That this convention calls
upon the executive committee of the
T tel* ware Stale Temperance Alliance
to present this utterance, in the most
effective manner available, to the mem
bers of both branches of the Legislature
now sitting in extra session and demand
that they immediately make good their
preelection promises and their subse
quent professions of good faith and thus,
perfect and consummate the work which
they so imperfectly performed during
their regular session
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
convention that in caae these pledged
legislators refuse to make an honest and
earnest effort to deliver to the people of
Delaware the local option legislation
which they promised and professed to
give, then the self respecting x-oiers of
(his Stale will be justified in believing
that they are the victims of a deliberate
LIFE SAVED BY SWAMP-ROOT,
The Wonderful Kidney, Liver end Bladiler
Remedy.
hamulr not tie bent fepe rt mail
Swamp-Root, is coveted by the eminent
kidney end Ladder specialist promptly cures
kidney, liver, bladder and urlo acid
troubles.
borne of the early tymptomeof weak kid
neys are pain or dull ache In the back,
rheumatism, dizziness, headache, nervous
ness, catarrh ol the bladder, grave) or
calonil, bloating, sallow completion, puffy
or dark circles under the eyes, suppression
ol urine, or compelled to pass water often
day or night.
The mild and eztraordlnaiy effect of the
world famous kidney remedy, Dr. Kllrrer'e
Swamp-Root, Is soon realized. It stands
the highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a medt
cine you should have the hest.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
everything, but if you have kidney, liver,
bladder ot uric acid trouble you will find It
just the remedy you need.
Sold by druggists in flfty-cent and one
dollar sites. You may have a sample bottle
of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot and a pamph
let that tells all about 1t,tncludtng many of
the thousands ol letters received from
sulfurer» cun-d,both sent free by mall. Write
Dr. Kllmsr 4 Co.,Binghamton. N, Y., and
pirate be sure to mention that you read
this generousoSer In the Wilmington Every
Evening and Commercial. Don't make
any mistake, but remember the name,
Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and the rd »--•», Tb-gi-emien, N, Y*.
i äi?>T bottle.
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Buy now while you have the opportunity ot getting a
screen to fit your window or door and a price to fit your
purse. This house clips oh a few cents here and a few
cents there, saving you a dollar before you know it.
the beginning of the season we crowded our store with
screens and our prices crowded our store with customers.
Surprises follow surprises here. Each day brings new at
tractions, each week adds to our long list of satisfied cus
tomers. Need we urge you with such values as these?
Cal! and see them. We cannot guarantee these prices to
last long, so if you would have the benefit of our offer
come at once—we are sure you will be satisfied with your
purchase.
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Screen Doors, 89 Cents Each.
These doors are well mortised, walnut stained frames, good dur
able wire netting, strong centre braces, connected with
neatly finished spindles. A strongly constructed and neat
appearing back door for.
89c
Another special is a natural finished door ot high-grade appear
ance, extra quality of wire netting, handsomely turned spindles con
necting the centre brace«, and artistic corner brack
ets, help to make it an ideal front door in every re
spect. Special sale price.
$ 1.10
All sizes in the above doors.
Screen Windows, 19 Cenls Each.
A natural finished ftame, well braced, slides easily. This
window is 17 inches in heighth and can be adjusted to 35 :
inches, the extreme width of any ordinary window, and covered j
with best black wire netting. Its equal for the
money cannot be found elsewhere, so come and
make your selection. Each.
Our next special opens to 34 inches
and you can buy them at
We also have another very popular
sliding screen, opening to 35 inches, at...
It is your duty to protect your family from the disease
bearing fly and mosquito and these screens are so closely
woven and fit so snugly in your window it is almost impos
sible for them to. effect an entrance. Don't delay too long
as you may miss this great bargain opportunity.
Do we sell fittings? Of course! We sell you
the set, consisting of knobs, screws, hooks and
hinges for.
Mr. Squiggles' Bedroom
Suite Contest.
19c
Name.
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24c each
29c each
^ I City or Town
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Fill Jn name and address and mail or pre
sent at »tore.
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McMahon Bros. Co
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*• Wilmington's Fast Growing Store,
Fifth and King Streets. *
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outrage and calculated betrayal at the
hand» of a band of conscienceless political
intriguer« lost to the last hoi«* of the de
praved a sense of shame, and who de
serve the indignant scorn, the unleavened
ami unliving contempt of their species.
Resolved, That it is the further sense
of this convention that in the event of
such a recreant and cowardly course on
the part of the législature, it will be the
solemn duty of the Delaware State Tem
perance Alliance, together with Prohibi
tion and independent voters, and all
Christian and moral voters,
truth, duty and righteousness above
party, to unite in forming and support
ing an independent citizen's ticket in the
approaching Stale election.
ANTI-SUNDAY TRAIN COMMITTOR.
Some attention was given at. the after
noon meeting, to the anti-Sunday train
matter, u|mi?i which action bail been taken
at the morning session, and the following
committee was appointed to carry out
the purpose of the resolutions adapted in
the morning:
Clergymen
of Smyrna; Rev. S. M. Morgan, D. ft.,
presiding elder of Dover District; Revs.
F II Moor and V W. T.ightbournr of
Middletown, Rev. Z. H. Webster of Del
mar and Rev. Ralph T. Coursoy of Milton.
I .Hymen (ieorge W. Todd and !.. W.
Brasilia of Wilmington, C. H. Jefferson of
Kent county. John P. Holland of Mil
ford and Thomas N. Rawlins of Soaford.
The committee is directed hy the
resolution to rail upon the railroad
officials to slop running Sunday trains and
has discret ionary power in the matter of
invoking the law to accomplish the object
in the event of failure to comply with
the request. The committee has author
ity to retain counsel. After the meeting
some of those present discussed the
matter informally with member» of the
committee and the suggestion was made
that if necessary train crews working
on Sunday be arrested under an old law.
Petitions are to lie circulated directed
to the officials of the railroad company,
protesting against the Sunday trains.
For the benefit of the people In Wilmington, our repre- 7
sentative and sample Piano will be In the Parlor of the ?
Clayton House until Saturday, June 9th. 4


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We deliver the piano to
your house in
WILMINGTON, DEL.,
and surrounding country free
of all freight charges.
For the convenience of the people at (Î
Wilmington, Del., and vicinity, our rep- Â
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Clayton House. Wilmington,Del 4
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come place in thousands of homes in Ï
Pennsyivania and elsewhere. It readily *
demonstrates its high musical qualities A
—a superb, clear, sweet tone, and a T
most responsive action. It has seven £
and one-third octaves. The cases are
most artistic—your choice of walnut, x
ebony, mahogany or oak—double ve
neered. The metal pieces of this high
grade piano are of the most superior
quality and will not rust.
Van Save $100.00 in Ihr Purchase Price, as this
Piano is a Regular $350.00 Instrument
A Week
Until Paid
For—No
Extra Charges
The Winthrop Is guaranteed for ten years.
If you cannot call at the hotel, our representative will
ceipt of postal,
Illustrated Catalogue of Wearing Apparel and Merchandise of all kinds
mailed free on request.


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CITY COURT CASES.
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Roy Chers««! W Rh Theft Flare«!
ballon
In the City Court this morning
James Walls, a hoy, was arraigned on
the charge of the larceny of a gold
watch, some jewelry and $2, the prop
erty of Knaie Hroar, but at the request
of Special Agent Frank Stout of the
8. P. C. C., who investigated the
case, the boy was placed under a $200
probation bond for two years.
John Holleran, charged with allow
ing bis dog to tun at large unmuzzled,
wat fined $2.
The caae against Walter Hall, col
ored, charged with non support, was
continue) for a week, Halls' wife
living ill,
Harry Travia and Raymond Cole
man. colored boys, charged with being
incorrigible, will have a hearing to
morrow morning.
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♦ MARMfT and HI BERT LIT BROTHERS SEVENTH and EIGHTH f
♦ ♦ï>eii>ei4;e\î)e<ï)ecs)^®e'4Xt-î^j
AT THE SPRINGS.
A CHARMING TRIP
Today ia Farmera Day at tbe Springe
and in view oi tbia fact tbe management
of tbe Park Theatre bave arranged a
double strong bill for the ampi theatre.
They have Jack Sjmonds minstrels
augmented by seven big acts in vaude
ville. It is safe to say that there baa
never been an open air attraction at
any park theatre which could compare
with this big double bill at the Springs
Theatre (or today only.
T«> lake a Half Holiday.
Beginning today nearly all of the
jewelry stores o( the city will close at
noon on Thursdays during June, July
and August. Other stores will prob
ably take the same action. The gro
cery stores also have a half holiday.
To "The Land ol the Sky," Asheville,
N. 0.
On account of meeting of the Com
mercial Law League of America, to he
held at Asheville. N. C, July 30th lo
August 4th, special round trip tickets
will he sold via Southern Railway. July
25lh. -dth and 27th, good to return until
August Sth, with privilege of extending
final return limit until September 80lh,
hy depositing ticket with (lie special agent
at Asheville. N. C, not later than August
Rlh. and paying a fee of 50 cents at the
lime of deposit.
This is a splendid opportunity
that section of North Carolina known as ;
"The Land of the Sky" and "The Beau
tiful Sapphire Country." at greatly re
duced rates
Charles L. Hopkins, district passenger
agent, Southern Railway-, R2S Chestnut
street, Philadelphia. Pa , will he pleased
to furnish further information.*
personal
Clarence Newton is in Baltimore.
Mrs John Benson is visiting friends
in Dover.
Miss Madeline Hall is visiting
friends in Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs.Newton King have been
visiting friends in Newport.
Mrs. S K. Anderson has returned
from a visit to Maryland friends.
Miss Anna Roberts has returned
from a few days visit to friends in
Pleasant Hill, Md.
John A. Wallace, » sailor on tbe
battleship Pennsylvania, is home on a
ten days' (urlouttb.
William Saulsbury of Dover has
returned from Los Angeles, Cal.,
where he has been for about a year
attending to business matter«.
to visit
hay's Hair health
Hoops You looking Young
Alw «T» rvtft o re» jruuthful mM lo jraj or fad*-«! ftalr;
atoi-R hair falliug: |toaitiwly rrutuv«*« dandruff; a
bltn-vlaaa halr-atwwvr dr«**<*los. keeping hair sofi
a Dil Insuriant; »!•».•■ not »tain skin nr llr.cn. Largi
CkH.*- bottlr. druasUTfe. Äklnhealtti Treatment v !tb
Harflua S»tp la an invaluable aid to llatrto'alth.
Rpnd ftc-pa'ir I« Philo Hay O* . Newark. \ J . f »r
COCC tiUPI CC Halrhealtl «I -klnhealtb
rnLk wnwrwwv
Be careful to call T. Ferry, carpet
cleaner, with Lang, Tenth and Orange
streets. Both phones. P. O. Box 294*
Special Notice
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We desire to express to the PUBLIC
our appreciation for the substantial
which they are endorsing
NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT and
POWER enterprise. The LARGE
number of contracts -the company is
taking for electric light and power has
necessitated the duplicating of the origi
nal capacity ot its plant,
addition to our plant, a reserve of power
is being provided to
ST A N T an d RELIABLE
manner m
our
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In the
new
GON
msure
service.
We are soliciting a continuance of this
support for the following reasons :
FIRST—The company is in every
sense a home enterprise, owned by the
citizens of Wilmington.
SECOND—We are offering volun
tarily, reasonable rates.
THIRD—With EVERYTHING
NEW AND OF THE BEST,
will be able to furnish you a character of
service unexcelled.
we
Wilmington Light, Power
and Telephone Co.
Makers of
The Light That Never Fails."
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Delmarvia Phone Co. (1157.)
Has cured all Aches,
Colds and Indigestion
Pains for 10 years
perfect Satisiaction. Trial bOttlfi IOC. At Drug Stores.
Hicks' CAPUDINE
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Summer Resorts
DELAWARE WATEK OAf, HA.
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IIELttVAHE WATER OAH, HA.
A High-Class Modern Brick House
New ballroom, orchestra concer-s daily
two tennis courts, golf, boating, bathing,
Delaware Water Gap, Pa. billiards, poolshuffleboarda and all
-- menu.
TllG Glenwood
amuse
Moderate rates.
Booklet.
P. R. JOHNSON. Proprietor. J
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
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ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
HOTEL BOTHWELL,
Virginia Avenue and the Beach.
New and complete, room* en «ulte, private hath», win parlors, elevator to itreet level, elwu*
Write for rates and dcucrlpUW
J. & N. R. BOTHWKU.
ll*Ms, table and service the beat. Hell minute walk to Steel Piet,
booklet.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J,
SEASIDE HOUSE. «»«r. j.
lieM location on the oresn front. Hot and cold
Ater bath*. Booklet.
F. P. COOK & SOS.
THE DELAWARE CITY.
Tennettee sienne third how» from batch. Im
proved and refurnUhed. l»lh seanen,
MRS. B. K. BRADWAY.
OCEA N CITY', N. J
Finest Resorl on
the Jersey Coast.
Ocean Citv prewntb more attraction* for the
man of moderate mean» than anv resort in the
You will find here everything for your
jloyment. and you are not a*ked to pay p
nlbltlvely high pric e», cither. Before deciding
where >ou will »pend day or week or the sum
mer, look up
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OCEAN CITY,
New Jersey.
Free Music Pavilion.
$23,000 Boardwalk.
Casino Biwlini Alleys.
Safes) Bathing.
Coeicelled Fishing and Sailing.
Modern Hotels.
Reasonable Rales.
Wllhln 65 Miles ol Camden.
Send for booklet snd full Informsunn Phila
delphia Offices. H01 Belli ) Uuildina
LENOX. MASS.
BERKSHIRE HILLS
Dry, tool Invigorating flünate, Pure Water.
Lenox, Mass.
Scenery ol Untnrpaaslng Beauty
HOTEL ASPINWALL
Open June 9th to Novenila-r lit
__0. D. SEAVfY, Manager.
Auto Garage.
HUE HI HQ F MOUNTAINS, MD
BLUE MOUNTAIN HOUSE,
lilii« Huii:«' MouniHim, Aid.
Overlooking Cumberland snd Shenandoah Val
ley». Cuiulne and appointments ilnd-i m.v
ill Open on June 27th. For rite*. 4c. address
P. & FLYNN. Manager,
N Baltimore Street, UalUmore. Md
HEIlKttTON. MU.
IDLEWHILE HOTEL.
Boukkt Ground runted to tamping punie»
A. H. SCP i.vg
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
THE LEXINGTON, _
One square fromd<*pot mid Youn**tnew >t«tl r*«
ocean view rooms ; bathing from hou*e rates, |7
ip. «mr Paul c ro.«k< kav
At ill*- Iteacli a» 4
Bo. Carol lue Ah
Fireproof. New and «trirtiy modern, with
convenience and comfort. Capacity 400.
ocean view room*, with private bath, eierst«
Ac. i-uperior table. Orche»tra. hpeclai. Hi-*
up weekly. Coach at train«. Booklet
CHA9. B. PRETTVMAb
HOTEL PRINCESS.
THE ST. CHARLES.
Moet bolect location on the ocean front
ATLANTIC CITY, K. J.
Distinctive for It» elegance. exclu«lvemi# tiiSj*
claw patronage, end liberal management '«J
phone in rooms; orche*traof*oll«t»;art«uin w»t«r.
st-H water in all bath«. Booklet.
NEWLIN HAlNEe
HOTEL MAJESTIC, JSSKTkS,
Special nuea, 12 per day and upward. tW
week and upward: elevator from street let*
booklet mailed. SAMUEL W. ELU*
LAWBORN.
Avenue,
Bear*'
near
niton near piers snd
Room» en mite, with bath«. Booklet
•4 from Saturday dinner until after
break fa»!. '
? per wl:
I Mon<l»y
K SHUMAN 4
MILLER COTTAGE AND ANNEX. .
* to is N lieorgla avenue, capacity 2» h'cj"
lor III rxicllent table. Electric llfiited ibroq|J
out Dance mom. Rstee to July 1st. |1
IS wcekJv.
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HOTEL ISLESWORTH. ,
fca water In all baths. Low rates tot June.
Duirh c*»
and without private bath. Unique
l iicx-elled service. Hasslar's orcnss_
OSBORN t à PAINTER
fra
THE WILTSHIRE'
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Open all the year. Write for bookie
S. S. PHOEBUS.
Oopiii End ot
Virglnl» Av»" ur *
VIRGINIA HALL.
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thmiHighlv lenevalvd and relurnl»hcl
plcie in every detail of aervlco atul vM ,u K, u
Always open. Solicit« your patronage re 1 "
«15,00 weekly Write lor booklet.
AURAXD 4 McUBILUS. Proprl«»»
HOTEL DE VILLE, K «" ,uck ;>.'Ä
t'nobatnicted view of oc*«n from I
point convenient to pterm th««trw. IK
tioiife and hiuipptng district; rooms cn ki*J®I |1
«•Ht; «un parlor, modern applUnces
weekly. 910.00. «1100 to «1Ä.0O. ^ r)-fnr
JOHN K lilliKKSON. Owner snd Propriety
Virffin' 1 *
from steel pietr OiNcitT - *' 'j.
«•n Milte Hot and coin aea wafer bath* >
Junzrat». Bookltl. ***£ T £T$ , j K . NV . W
HOTEL PONCE DELEON,

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