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VOL. XL., NO. 130.
WILMIXGTON, DELAWARE, FRIDAY. JUNE 8, 1906-Eir.HT PAGES.
PRICE ONE CENT
under tbe auspices of the
Mercantile Association of Wilming
to be held at
THURSDAY, JUNE 7 th.
Retail Grocers Day.
LFVKNTH WARD THEATRE.
Mar> land avenue and Beech atreet.
Sunday Evenings, Sacred Concerts.
Price*—10c, 20c, 25c.
p. A A. Phone 137HI).
V'.-rT« K—MEMBERS OF i H EROS B K TUBE
An j imp'd O. R. M.ftud the order in gen
r-i r.qiiested t<*raeet at Red Men'fi Wigwam
-•tn.r ic.v Hlterngon, June 9th. at 2 o'clock, for
the rnn-^e' of attending the funeral of P. P. John
finr LEROY FOPTEH. Sachem,
jtitou ( harles Mclntire, C'. of K. Je7-2t
lost and Jround.
T OST -ON DELAWARE AVENUE ♦ AR LEAV
Ijirg Fourth and Market about half past 10
t cl«»''« Tuesday morning. poeketb»*ok containing
mni: «»im of money and <-ar tickets. Reward.
Call WILLIAM R. DARE.
Tenth and Adam» street«.
F OUND—WEDNESDAY MORNING, BRONZE
medal of Spanlsh-Anfbrlcan war. Owner can
ffeevar N»me at Every Evening Office. Je7-8t
I \S v ll-)RSE W1 PH CÜÎ ÖN SIDE
I » of neck. Reward if returned to
>: jrj McCCtRMICK. Front and Market.
The miners have resumed work and
we are receiving Coal.
The price is Lower but the
Quality is Just the Same.
Now is the time to put in your winter
supply, and secure the lowest price
and tbe best preparation.
GEO. W.BUSH & SONS CO.,
Foot of French Street.
H. T. SERGEANT,
COAL -D WOOD.
Office, Seventh and King streets,
109 Maryland avenue.
Belmarvia Phone 2M5.
D. A A. Phone 864A.
J)R. FRANK ROOF SMITH,
Fifth and King street*.
sprT-tf Analytical and Consulting Chemist.
DM ES AND COMFORT HAVE BEEN MY
•mdy for 80 years. Call and consult me. N
loud \rrhi<e«t and Engineerof construction.
«ii.i ifications furnished at short notice.
L'ftire. Htj Mt. Salem Lane. W ilmington
I' A A Phone 3982. I>elmarvia Phone 1610.
r WANT TO ENGRAVE OR PRINT YOUR
WEDDING INVITATIONS AND CALLING
: Our work will Ire right In Form, Quality
«ni i*rW. A«k to see style hooka. Hample« fur
W*bed on request. McINTIRE A COMPANY,
615 Market street
V 51 (•. A.—IT IS DESIRABLE TO 8HOURS A
I , Milrscrtraion from every person who Is inler
mra nml «hic u, Mil*t;nbe to the Building Fund
UlUri V M C A.
A« It is mi,. -»Rile for the Board to ace everyone
e»tins rtpUona are asked tor through
. f-VT pterlga is rondltlonal on «wurlng the
"V u: •m..uui (»JUMlüO), When this is done, thoac
*,"? , Lvt eoniriliutcd will lie asked tor one-fonrlh
M Urrli eil», rlntlirns; the Iralanee will be paid In
«U twelve and eighteen months.
.„7Î'' r ! "u mber ol the Board of Managers U
•vthor*zed to receive sutrscripUona
Henry B Thompson. President.
Gm H hartes Bird, Vice President
oiliu Nowland. Treasurer,
«m. E. Hawkins, Recording Secretary,
Benjamin F. Shaw,
George g. lapeile,
o H Ward.
' hart. ReadenkopL
J"l|" s. MuiUn, Jr!,
r K. Porter,
f- B Riley,
B M. t anhy.
F- B- T1BB1TT8,
60H Market street.
\V AN TED-REFINED ~ MARRIED 'COUPLE
•» w*e n tl mm furnishol front room, with
" J»'h. porch and telephone.
_Apply 915 TATb'ALL 8T.
W AXir ji-EXPEHlENrEP TUTOR WISHES
— mwfgn p 2^ Every Evening Office.
\ V f 1 '-BO A R 5 ~FOR TWO IN COUNTRY
ywffw s KL L TO «ffi
STS"*'»' ."iluam Mackenzie a bon,
Bolh bh,.!^** " d 109 w "* Berenth street.
-VU' lUfa.^ deo4-mwltl
UNFURNISHED ROOM FOB
Art drem0 6k
-- '__Every Evening Office.
\\'rt r NrKn —GOOD SOUND horse FOR
_Address E 22, Every Evening
\\ ! ^ T P ri —INSTRUCTION
acoepted. Addreas E 30,
■ _ Every Evening Office.
W K TWO IN FAMILY
X ., .. - Adrt K T - E verj- Evening Office.
\\ £■ SMITH "WRITING IN
k' 1 wieot 1 -.*. n< * rebuUt Remington rv(iewrtten
CH AS. G. GUYER.
, t _ H26 Market street
for COUNTRY BOARD
EltLi wivflÎKSt "«or illy; (D A A. phone
my;; , 1 rendmon«; very low rates.
OAllMk irai Clayton (treeL
\\ »1..I.U m' Ï",' ",''"" 1 KNban VKK,
* " M. F.DAV1S.9E. tecoUdbL
_ Situations Wantrfl.
^wsftSiiiï;^s : œ îï:
— * 1 ■ • Kv» ry Kwntng Office.
SudJh MAN "ANTED—GOOD YOUNG MAN
carriage hTS! experience In selling iron, steel,
who t... contractors sur.pl
nrefepr"Js ,,m c?iü? "J"' < * n command -nme trade
févMhy'ïï! r "' 1 " lrpri A ^ ltliUu ""
1.7 st VI TB?-a * .»I'P» 0 * HARDWARE CO..
1«. -d Third ami Shipley Sts. Wilmington. Del.
WtfilP 7 opfratohs roTt turret
inVml". ""'«'P 1 '- "fplndle drill, horizontal bor
ing mat bine, ten ton lonrim.tiie r-rane milling
rrara'lD.*'i* c- n, * ht «ati hman to oia-rsie po«v
•n ul l' ln f«l. Apply SUPERINTENDENT,
M Edge Moor Iron Co., Edge Mrs.r, Del.
\V ANrEls-^ToNF. MARONE AND BRICK
rilm.ï?®"; W IK l r *>r- Men to lake rare of gen
iWWi .Äff sR?JK r rao "" 1 WILMINGTON
1NTELLIGKN« h OH-icE, ynû sliiplcy st. p-1
AIT ANTED—TWO.DC \UPKN1 I II
Apply GEORGE W. GH1FEIN,
I e '-- 1 Newark, Del.
IVA^TKD—HoY. 14 OR 1.TFOROFF1CE. REK
> » crence requlml Apply In n(W bon™.
_DR. McKAY, 1 East Ninth St.
YVantjcd-iktelliukst white m vyTro
'7 drive learn; muit be acquainted with the
city. Apply »iter 7
w antkd-two wiute"me"n! \vur h ex'
. t perieuee in reataumnt. to waft on table.
Apply LAFAYETTE KK'TAURANT,
I e7 * '-91 Seventh and Shipley.
p. m. to
205 WOODLAWN A VENTE.
V\7 ANTED—COLORED BOY.
> » | e7-a IS EAST NINTH STREET.
B ench and machine hands"for sash
and door mill. Fifty four hours; Head, w ork;
Highen! wages. Call or write
TICKER A STA EH LE.
187 K«f>t Allen street,
Station K. Philttdelphiu.
\\ r ANTED- FI ^ OH SIX FTTOT-TLASS WOOD
>> pattem makers. «»of»d wages and htcady
work for first-eiaps men. Address
_ FARKEL FOUNDRY A MACHINE CO.,
Je" fit Ansonia. C onn.
AIT ANTED—COLORED B<n'.
If Apply to H K WATSON.
J^lf >03 Market street.
1 \EU0 CLERK—PERMANENT POSITION FOR
eomjH'tent man. State age, experience and
Mian- wanted. BOX 182. City. Jeb 3t§
AIT ANTED—BY ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
I? best old Line Life ln»uram'« <'em pa nies, a
few experienced agents for city work
Contract DIREC T with the rorapany.
To men who ran prove a succe«fal past record
and give Surety b«>nd wa offer
A POSITIVE SALARY inot an advaner against
commission« î of f»'>n per month, plus FULL FIRST
YEAR rOMMlSMnv-. . pi r < • nf n newals for
nine years, and other fee».
Address, with reference« and full particular« of
P. O. BOX 614.
\I7 ANTED-WOODWORKER!!. M ACHTMSTÖ
and blapkHBlth. Apply AMERICAS HOAD
MACHINE CO.. Könne» rvpiare. I« Take trolley
Brandywlre Spring« for Kennett Square. Je Mit
J ANTED—EXPERIENCED LINEMEN FOR
new work. 12.75 per 9 hoar day. Come'
ready (or work.
B "ÜäfCH MANAGER? WANTED. $2« CASH
weekly. Live at home. Experience unneu-et*
ary. No canvasalng. Endow. Momp for nartlcular».
62 MERCER STREET.
Hackensack. N. J.
jeilm Al4U5nNUMHANQEK r O..Chatftgld.MInn.
7 E OFFER A GOOD PROPOSITION TO WIDE
awake, honwt men In every >he»p and store
present an old established house selling our
ry on weekly and monthly pay
ÖOX 2«, Every Evening Office.
r ANTED LAB»')RF.K?TO WORK IN HHI< K
V yard. Apply DELAWARE TERRA < OrfA
CO., toot Claymont myl7*tf
ÊN AND BOY? WANTED LEARN PLUMB*
ing. nlastcrliig, bricklaying; «f*e«'ial offer life
seholarthfp fifty dollar», easy payment»; position
and union card guaranteed; free catalogue
COYNE BROS TRADE SCHOOL?.
New York, Chicago. St. Louis.
TANTED-HALF-GROWN «HRL TO ASSIST
with housework. «19 ADAMS ST. ja*-2t
ANTED—GIRL; EITHER TO LEARN TO
feed printing presse«, or one who has had
experience. Address G 8,
je«- It Every Evening Office.
/ANTED-GIRL l< • k??I? I WITH < HILD
ren. None under sixteen need apply.
905 BROOME SI REFT.
je7*2t Apply BOSTON CLOAK STORE.
■\1TANTRI>—RY JUNE 15th. RELIABLE
W w hite woman for general housework. (Apply
N. W. COR G BEEN HILL AVENUE AND WIL
LARD STREET. Delaware avenue car. je7-3t
7ANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND
1st; reference: «mall family and
1201 W. NINTH STREET.
good wages. Apply
TASTED—GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSE;
Apply SU ADAMS ST. Jc7 Jij
■tl ' am ED—HALFo£()\\N 011:1..
\v Jr72l Ml HARRISON 8T,
TASTED—AN EXPERIENCE £EWKR TO A8
' «ist dresMiiakcr. Apply
Jofi-Stf 320 EAST HE
A I T ANTED—GOOD COLORED GIRL. TWO IN
W family. Apply 1228 WEST ST. j*6-2t
W'.WI I D- WHIl E GIRL OR MIDDLE AGED
W woman for general housework, iJ per week;
no w.4-1 •' K-» *N - f
xlfAXTIiD-O >M I'KTEST Will I'K GIRL FOR
W general housework. Apply
jiV.at 1307 CLAYTON
VENT H STREET.
\ \ rANTED—COAT MAKERS, PANTS AND
\\ vest makers at WRIGHT A DAVISON'S.
mylA-tl Eighth and Market street.
affonrtlinq and Todifing.
TANTED — ONE OR TWO GENTLEMEN
boarders In private family.
( 606 NORTH FRANKLIN
ÔODBÔABDING ON RIVER FRONT.
Je8-iil Address. BOX 5, Cla} moot, Del.
1 A. r.o— WEST Rio HT H STREET.
X IT ANTED—TABLE BOARDERS.
W myiS 401 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
ttor rent-pleasant room, furnished.
jf jeVll »04 W EST STR EET.
F ront rooms for lodging; furnished:
very desirable. 901 JEFF ERSON ST. jvl lmt
ANTED — EXPERIENCED SALESLADY,
myffl-tf >PPly R- TOPK1S SONS. ^
WPR RMKT-TWO FUR NISHED ROOMS FOB
X men todgci*.
Apply 809 MADISON ST.
UOARDING, LODGING—LADIES AND UEN
a " d "west FOURTH STREET.
T ANTED — OCCUPANTS POE
' «2 WEST tsTRKET. mylN-lml
W ^ E r 1,,IAK ÄVs,XTH STREET,
street. Terms moderate. myll-lm
W W. NINTH STREET.
itWonrii to % oan.
^£ONEY TO LOAN
On mortgages in sums to suit.
CARROLL W. GRIFFITH,
No. 6 West Ninth street.
« r n\FY TO I/IAN ON MORTGAGE^. A. B.
MwaYTON. 707 Shipley St. "»mwf-tf
A CONEY TO LOAN O^TGAGF. IN M M.
W1 i Mar ket Ot,
C'"R BALE— RA NOM AND TOOK HTOVE8,
■ <■«« Hange., hot pinto«, hin* fl .imp oll «tovea. 1
■walnut ,Mv l»srd refrlKcratnr., oak upright and
riioit retrigeramr«, extension table#, oak dining
chaire., I huieher', ice boxe«, uunkt und mit
A «"»Ing machine», reu cheat weight in
euel.ised cabinet. will vomer waah Pfand, marble
•"in two folding hednend«, n«k eldrhoerd and
Imnoi. _<mk arm walnut cabinet book eaaea. Vel
our ainl i«fpMn couchas, parlor «ulte, of Wlltmi
ru*. cni.hcil plush and hair cloth, «eeretary book
rao'i, French plate pier minor, oak and walnut
mcmahon Bros/ co. KwXchanoe.
fifth and King street*.
V (,|t ^ALE—ONE OF THE BEST PAYINO
r ofth*c hiiBinesM'K hi the city: located. flr*t floor
on M«rket street: good (»nportunliT for a hustling
vpung man. Tenna will be made to «ult pur
ciMNT. If you do not mean buahiua* do not reply.
F*-U AtldreKs K 24, Every Evening Office,
1 » ■ ■ 1 \ i I I - U.E IloUSRHOI.il' GOOD- \ N 1 1
carpets. 409 N. FRANKLIN ST. JeSSitJ
I?OR SALE—RUBBER TIRE CORTLANDBUQ
I gy and harnusa S3» CONCORD PIKE.
jc7-l)ts U. 4 A. Phone W9(SA.
I JfoR SALE—HAROAtN, TWO LARGE BRAND
. new hIx roomed houaen on lot* ^0x127, IL.'iOO
each Do not ralM one ol these. Also IwrgM
In dcfhahle building lot*. J. O. jrsTIH.
jeT-lfa-tf Newport, Del
I ?OH SALh^~lft)«t. 85 II P. WEÙ H SMKI
koufiine IxKly, fully equipped. Cost JM.ftOO. Will
w II hrrgj.roo. AIma»t new. C. E. LIGHT.
1915 6. Broad street, Philadelphia.
H . OH RENT—COZY SEVEN ROOM
hotise. Newark ttation, suitable for railroad
WESTON 6i ANDERSON.
921 Market street.
I.MiR SALK—ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
I office buKfm-K* In the city: located, find floor
on Market street; go<«l on|K>riuultr lor» holding
young man. Term, will be mode to «ult pur
ehuer. If yon do not mean bnftlnra,do not reply.
Jefi-Ht Aililrcas E 34. Eyery Evening Ofllee.
TNORSALE Hip 'buggy IN 000» TONDU
I don. Wilmington make. Ale), two net« of
harnen, blanket,, rohe«, Ac., will «ell cheap If
wild (It once. Addtew E 2«.
Every Evening Offre.
,1>»H PALE—ELECTRIC PAnT^WITH SPEED
I 1 regulator and cluster of eleetrle light» new.
je»> 3l| HHILiPP'8, Ä» Market street.
S > K SALE—MilL K ROUT F
F je 1 ^ fit| Address E 17, Every Evening Ofllee.
ÔR~BÂi 7Ê^HOTEL PROPERTY AND BÜSI
Addres» or apply C. P. 8TIDHAM.
Port Penn. I>el
T?0R SALE — OR WILL EXC HANGE FOR
I 1 small farm.one of the best l«akrrfes In city. T F.
McKVILLY, real estate, mortgage and Immranee
broker, 623 West Fourth street, Wilmington,
rviR SALE—IF YOU WISH TO SECURE A
P moderate priced honae in a high price«! neigh*
borhood look at tho two new dwell
190*> Boulevard, nine room* and
Ulngs. No. l'»04,
hall«, open fire place«, front and back porehoa.
myl2-tf WM. C. TINDALL. Ml W. Ninth St.
QORPON HKIGHS LOTS 32 PER FOOT
jel mwf lm
T ATN ALL A CO.
F or sAl.K—ELEGANT, MEDIUM PRICED
houoe, Ju«t tiuiohert ; Wa«hingtnn Heigh»- ;
extra good value 8 all bee
me at once about thi», wont la«t long.
N. WOOD, «37 Orange iUeet.
Address E 5.^
Every Evening Office.
yn R SALE-TWO SECONDHAND
heaters. In good condition. JOHN BAYERS.
5H3 Ford Building.
1X)R SALE-LARGE. TEN-ROOM HOUSE. TW O
1' bath«; all lraprr*veraent«: on Thlrtv-lourth
street near Spring Garden street. Philadelphia, or
will exchange for property In Wilmington,
mylfrlm J. J. PEIRCE, 6 W. Seventh street
P iR KALK— GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET
doit»; a good burines. Artdress K 15.
msrtl-tf Every Evening Office.
F YOU WANT TO KELL OR EXCHANGE
roar bnuse or lot. let me know what you have
si once. I hare a number ol clients waiting to
buy. Both phone*. LAMBERT J. FOULK,
nprî-tf 1013 Market street
TOR BALE-GOOD SECONDHAND BUGGY.
MEA«1NGER S STORAGE HOUSE,
jell! 811 W. Front street.
COAACORNÉR DOTÂT GORDOnTieighTS
>.»UU 155x122 feet GEORUE M. MILLER,
103 West Eighth street
y»R t-ALE—CHEAP, DRIVING RORsK, GAS
range, howling alley and sohuffle board t all
AOAA UPRIGHT PIANO FORglM. BROWN
9,)UU A EDW ARDS. 300 W. Seventh, aprjfrtf
EAUTIFÜL flV)T>LANÖFÖR BROWN k
EDW ARDS, 200 W. Scyemh atreet ap2rt-U
J vm SALE-nÔUKE HUÎTABLE FOR BOAT
* house; will sell cheap. A. M. MATTHE8,
sprUK-tl 2018 Market street
D. & A., 4533A., or Delmarvla. 1389.
TOR SALE—DETACHED HOUSE JUST COM
1' Dieted. N. W, Cor. Fourteenth and West ; not
a dark place ln Jt. light #rom ©very side, pic
turesque surrounding*, eight rooms, bath, pantry,
toilet room*, etc. A. L. JOHNSON,
Eighth and Shipley «treeta.
Valuable farm, containing about 800 acre«,
located In Pcncader Hundred. Can be bought at
a bargain. Arply WILMINGTON TRUST CO.,
leb 10-11 . 915 Market street.
As Homes or Profitable Investments,
houses near Twenty-third ami
Washington street*, «even rooms, bath, porch and
ail modern improvement*. Several pa
waiting to rent them at £20 per mouth.
Lher jxti Uculan* apply to
thi öd lino
CUAKLES W. GOODING,
Eighth and Jefferson rita.
Houses open lor Inspection.
„farms for £alr.
I A A ACRE FARM. HIGHLY IMPROVED;
lillt four mlica from Wilmington; one ol the
best dsiry or tnrek farms In the Slate; owner sell
ing on account of age; price right.
my2ü-f-8t HAWKINS A CO., 712 Market St
1/ ACRES, ÔOCÜT IMPROVEMENTS, SUIT*
22 V* able for trucker, close to city. This is
my25-f-8t HAWKINS A CO.. 712 Market St
1AA ACRES, HIGHLY IMPROVED, NEW
1UU buildings, on trolley and railroad, Cheater
county, Pa., twelVSmllaa from Wilmington Splen
did spring water for all purposes. Green houseand
mushroom house on farm; and Ideal home; investi
gate. Term» easy.
myJ6-f-8t HAWKINS A CO- 712 Market St
pUBLIC BALE OP SECURITIES
A NATIONAL BAN K OP DELAWARE,
The following described stocka and bonds wttl
j sold at public auction, at the auction room of
F C. Stidham A Son, No. Ill East Fourth street
at II o'clock, a. m .
THURSDAY, THE 7th DAY OF JUNE,
A. D. 190«.
75 «bare» ot preferred nock et the Jearmp A
Moore Paper Co. , . . .
200 shares of common ,toek of the Jessup A
Moore Paper Co.
90 shares ot the steak ol the Alabama Land and
too share* of th* capital «lock o( the Jackson A
200 sbitrea of th» capital «teck of the Jackson A
5 sham of the capital stock of th* Tint Nations I
Bank of Milford, Del. .
8 Sl,i«»l 5 pn cent bond, of the New CaaUs A
Iielawure City Railway Co.
3ÎI.00O 6 per cent bonda of th« New Caatl* A
Delaware City Railway Co.
10 8500 5 per cent bonds of the Wilmington. New
« asile A southern Railway Co.
.5 f .'iiio 5 per cent bonda of the
Castl«' * Southern Railway Co.
The Mocks and bond« above mentioned are se
curities held by ibenald "The National Bank of Del
aware. hi W ilmington," as pledgee, to «ecure* cer
tain Obligation«, with whleh H. L. Evans A Com
■ Miiy are rttrvellv or indirectly connected and said
securities «re being eold In ««'eordanoe with the
contracta of pledge under which they were dc
^ THE NATIONAL BANK OF DELAWARE. AT
WILMINGTON." GUAR ANTEES THE TITLE OE
THE PURCHASER OK ANY OF THE ABOVE
TERMS OF BALE; CASH
Hv order of
■ THE NATIONAL RANK OF DEI.AWARE. AT
F. C. arid ham A Son, AucUaneen.
.for 11 rut.
1TOB RENT-VERY DESIRABLE ROOMS FUR
r nianed or unfumWicil: all eraivenienere. in
cundlng phone. Central location.
Jes 2t| ä K. KOVRTEENTH ST.
F or rent- one oii two furnished
rooms on second floor for the summer; low rent.
Je»2t Appl\ Bio W. SIXTH ST.
F or rent—rooms for eight house
keoping. Addier« 91J HKA1 > ST.
F ~~OR* HINT TIIKKE NU't ROOMS FOR
light housekeeping and one furnished room
and wife or gentleman, with nscofbalh
■JOBS KING ST. Je7 St
TOR RENT—STORE IN THE HEART OF THE
1 business section. 2S2 King Mreel; fitted out with
stures aullable for an, kind of business; will rent
cheap. Apply not MARKET STREET. Je7-tl
|TOR RENT—NICELY FURNISH ED ROOM IN
I' redlraxi private family on West street
Jc7-3t Address G 4. Every Evening Office.
.NOR KENT-FURNISHED ROOM, W ITH USE
of bath. In private family
je7-2t§ No. MO SPRUCE STREET.
TOR RENT-TWO COMMUN It AT1NG ROOMS.
' Use of bath and telephone. -No light houac
[a'pliig. AililrcsB G B,
and D. <k A. 'Phone.
Every Evening Office,
r .-vOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS.
* Jc7 :$t§ Addrvsa G 8, Every Evening « »fllce.
|.X»K RENT—NiFeLY Kl'KNfSIiFJ) HOOM^
I 1 with or u it hont boanl; ga«. cl»*ctric light« and
bath; term« mcxlernle. 1» NORTH THIRD fcT.,
jc.S-4t New ( aatle, Del.
« ÎOR i.i \ ! SOI I iiW 1 h I CORNER 8K\ ' N
F teenth and Thatcher, 7 mr^iHH and htore, 12ft.
1022 du Pont Mtroet, 0 room» and Iwth. Ill; room«
for houackccplng, denk room, central location,
one large rtM»m on Aral fltwir. A. B. STAYTON.
in2lf-lu.M( 707 Phlpley atreet.
■WOR RENT- NO. HM SPRINGER ST., H1X
r nomKand halb Mortem r-omenlcnn-s.
Apply to CHARLES A. BECK.
2401 \V. Sixteenth «treat.
^OR RENT -ROOMP FOR GENTLKMF.N.
7u.' w E8T STREET.
f jrtvtnwf lm
fX)R RENT—FURNISHED ROO.M FOR GEN*
r ilemen. In private family, new home, all con
IaiMBAKD .sT„ City. ray4 mwf*tl
venlcneee. HR r >
IX) R RENT-ON MARCH 3Mh. ONE STORY
J 1 frame building, near Front and Monroe, milt
able for eari*'nter or blacksmith »hop. or bu*ln«»s
o! inv kind. Building ftOxJt). with yard. Apply
m 101 MARYLAND AVENUE. fehl Unwf tf
T EAKY TIN ROOFS
I j ( ««ted at praall coat.
Also, «lag and plastic
JOS F MORELAND,
D A A. 3*4.
n\N KAI K.-5 AND FI»> I < 1 V .-1 RV1- K
I j ran Y* obtained at PIERCE BR« »s.'S LIVERY
STABLES, Maaeey, Md. mrJl-mwMmf
619 Omnge street.
ONE Y TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGE,
without coat, city property preferred; will
account of principH I. Andrea« D 24,
Every Evening Office.
JM'HNISHKD FLAT Foil 1
First floor. Reference.
«15 WASHINGTON ST.
X70R RENT—APARTM ENT. TWO ROOMS AND
T* hath, 1007 WEST STREET. rnyM tl
IX)R RENT—HTORE SOUTHWEST CORNER
I 1 Adam« street and ahaUcroas avenue. Suitable
lor barter shop.
)H KENT OR BALE — HQ. 1017 ADAMS
street, ll rooms and bath, first class, double
503 WEST FIFTH STREET.
WM. C. TINDALL.
611 West Ninth «tr««t.
hnuae. Add res«
?OR KENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
Eagle Hotel. Fo
F urnished room«; all conveniences.
aprUMf 618 KINO STREET.
Vor KENT-TWO FUXÎÊâ FOR LIGHT UÀSV
y lacturiug. 40x120 feel: plenty ofllight, Addreos
or call W ILMINGTON PROVISION CO.,
oep27*tf Third and Orange streets.
llOR RENT—ROOM? OR OFFICE?.
J? jy!9 tf 509 MARKET STREET.
N. W. Cor. of Ninth and Market Sts.
Surplus and Profits.$550,000.00.
The Executor of your estate
and thoroughly reliable. This
company,with its widoexporionce,
largo capital and surplus and re
liable management, is in a posi
tion to settle your estate economy
ically and with the utmost fidel
ity to the instructions contained
in your will.
OTHO HOWLAND, President
E. BBIHOHURST, JR„ Vice-President
J. Ï. PENN Y' PACK EH. See'y and Trust Officer.
RICHARD REESE, Treasurer.
M. D. CROSS AN, Real Estate Officer.
Assets over three million dollars.
2 per cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
D. A A. 'Phone, 4m
EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS,
84-36 WALL STREET, NEW YORE.
For investment or carried or margin.
MEMBERS of ALL
J. MONTEITH JACKSON, Manager.
gCOTT & CO,
Bankers and Broker^
902 MARKET 81KEET.
Stock« and bond* bought and sold ou all stock
Deaian in Investment securiUeoL
If you have any mining or oil stock
you wlxh to aell or exchange addrvn
UNION TRUST & INCORPORATING TO., *39
Market Street. jc*. lm
WARNER S. LEWIS.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Jobbing a bpoclailv. Ganri malt rial fcklllfl
workmen. Fair priifs. lx?l mu give you an
eatimat«. Uttitc auU «bop, oou Grange alrert Hoin
îtUiUarrt Jf. Jlavls.
REDDING GIFTS IN CUT
GLASS AND STERLING SILVER
We have nn excellent awortment of fine Ameri
can cut glavs.
TUMBLERS, DECANTERS, BOWLS«, VAPEfl, etc.
Our Mock nf Sterling Sllvrnvaro comprise« every
thing Ihm Ik useful for ihn table. We Invito your
Millard F. Davis,
9 AND 11 EAST SECOND 8T.
] AVING TROUBLE
WITH YOUR EYES ?
If your eyes give you trouble and you've never
have no We* what relief
ill afford >"ii
Wo have every modern andHoientiflc equipment
for determining eye defect« and for titling correct
leuM-s and can guarantee to nupply the exact
your eye» may need.
Exauitnalion free. SntKfaction guaraotcod.
won» Klawe*. J
the right glas*
818 Market street. Opera llouae Rulldlng.
We Fit Artificial Eyca.
S. L. McKEE,
îinuiana & iro.
NSURE YOUR PROPERTY
HAWKINS & CO.,
General Insurance Agents.
712 Market street.
■harry (?. ®Udiuas a (To.
H. H. Thomas & Co.,
509 Market Street 509
I P. REARDON. 624 WEST THIRD STREET,
I , carpenter and builder. Jobbing promptly, at
price«. Aak estimate.
f«b27*tf I _
\\ M. E. WILLIAMS CO.
Roofing, heating and repairing of all kind«.
Jobbing Mtllcited. 105 WEBT TENTH ?1 UEKT,
mar> it " ilmlugton, Ddu
PHONE D. A A. :i|J7A.
1 , AND î P ILL
J«/ work guarantee«]. M. GKNBBUHf».
iu> . Ii.i » or. Third and Madison «la.
The newest and most desirable spring pattern«
JOHN B. KRUEGER, Fourth and Jackson hts.
Del. Phone 10«. t>. &A.275D.
\\7 ILL1 AM /OLPER.
\\ Firnt-clav« tuner and'tvprtircr of pianos and
orfanr<: boa tuned for loyal famille« in Germany.
W ill be in Wilmington every day. Adrlrcw» P. O.
BOX 286, W ilminglon, or residence, Klkton, Md.
K, PIANO \ND ORGAN TUN I K,
With Baynard, Fifth and Market Mn'ets. Wll*
mingtun, Del. Keaidence. 1212 WEST SIXTH ST.
ESTEY PLAYER PIANO.
Tuning and repairing by IheCompany'« reliable
workmen. Addr*« representatives of our factor
lee. J.IL CANNING, ll E. Thirteenth street.
Dtahfli, Candlaaftrka. Mustard«. Salt« and
Peppers, Bowls, < artl Trays, pan Bow l«, ( upa,
Flasks. Bread Trays, Cake Plates iu Ster
C. F. RUDOLPH,
MARKET AND FOURTH STS.
HAVE REACHED AN AGREEMENT.
Assoetatert Frew Disiriti h by Special Wires
Kansas City, Mo., June 8.—John
Mitchell, president of tho United Mine
Workers of America, who came hero to
take part in the conference of minors and
operators of the Southwest over tho wage
scale, succeeded last night in straighten
ing out the difficulty. Through his efforts
the oj tent tors made concessions on the
two points at issue. The sub-com
mittee will report to the full conference
today, awl it is expected that tho report
will lie adopted.
The agreement renews the 100.1 scale
of prices for the period ending March Hist,
1008. It covers Missouri, Indian Ter
ritory, Kansas and Arkansas, where work
has been suspended for tw o mont lis.
CAMPS OF INSTRUCTION.
Aaaoclsied Press Dispatch by Special Wire*.
Washington, June 8.—In order that
as many officers as possible may be
present for duty at the manœuvre camps
of instruction, which it is proposed to
establish during tho summer, leaves of
absence will not be granted to officers
of the army between July 1st and Sep
tember 3(tth next, except for urgent
specially set forth in the appli
RELEASED ON BAIL.
Aeaoclated Pre* Dispatch by Special Wires
Tallulah, La.. June 8.—Bail was fixed
•t $10,000 yesterday for Dr. P. A. Brown,
who was allege«! to l>o the leafier of tho
mob which lynched Hobert I Hoger»
and who i» under indictment on a charge
of mortier growing out of the lynching.
Dr Brown furnished the bail.
Judge Randall announced lhat a
special term of the court will try tire case.
PURE FOOD BILL.
AmocIhRmI Prea« Diopatch by Special Wire*.
Waahiiifton, June 8.—In reply to an
Inoiiirv' from Reprencntative Ilmsliaiv nf
NonRivska, Reprenental ive Mann of lllinoi*
his nmile an emphatic Malumciit to the
If ohm* that, so far as lu* knew, it was tho
intention of (ho Hoiute to con v itier and
Pure Food hill and ht li^tl no
doubt it would become a law at
Anniversary Celebration, Which
Ended Last Night, Was a
Including Many_ Official Mem
bers From Several Other
ADDRESS BY SENATOR DOLUVER
Iowa Statesman Congratulates
Delaware Grand Lodge.
Th« Annlv«rtary Fx«rcl««t \f rr« Held In
th« Altrrnoon at th« Grand Opera lloua«
W blcl» IVm CrowdAd.au«! In tb« Kvenlng
tb« If ••llvltlet t?lo««d Will» a Hauquot at
Turn Hall, Attended by About JftO
The rrl«'l»r»tion of the 100th nnnivo.r
sarv of the institution of thoiimnd I-oHro
of l>p]jiWHnN A. F, Ar. A. M., Inst
oveniup with a fwinqurt in Turn Hail, in
which About ÎW0 nmMrr Mason* took
part. Master 1. Irving Handy
wa* th« toaMnuu^tpr. Speaker (annrm
of t li« Honan of Henr«'M k nt ativen being;
unable to come to Wilmington, wired hm
logretH. f'ongrr^man Hirsnn H. Hnr^
ton hIh» made nnologv* for Speaker i'an
non, tellirg of tl»« businee* tl»«t delayed
W.ihington. Hi,shop (oleiimn
wore ovnonded to h* follow*: Ifev. H.
K. Stepnen«»n, deputy gr«nd inn^tor,
*f»ko on " I he tirnmi 1/odge of 1 b in
ware." and Ha*t (imnd Master W. Holt
Apgar of New JerM*y. K|»oke on "Onr
Sister Juriwiictinn.'' 1 Rev. Hubert W.
Welts of thi.s city, Benton V. Weldin of
Smyrna, Past f»r«nd Master Kwing of
New Jersey and tirand Secretary Harlow
of Connecficnt, alao reeponded to inaatH.
was unable to attend.
THU CENTENARY EXERCISES.
Tin- mort impressive oxerciaps of tho
day were lield in tho timid Opera House
in tin' afternoon. Tho large auditorium
was parked, although I lie weather was
very oppressive. Orand Master Handy
presided and upon the singe with him
were thn officers of the Orand Lodge and
the visitors. The programme waa as
Overt urn, " R ay mond.Thoroaa
First Infantry Orchestra,
j| Knl rame Orand lodge Officers
Invocation, M. R. Ilulicrt W. Wells,
Idylle, "Smdc» and ('»rosses, " .. .Bondix
Addr>«s. lion. Jonathan I'. Dolliver,
II. S. Senator, Iowa, Ashlar lodge
•111. Fort Dodge, la.
Poem, Howell S. England. Past Master,
Oriental Ixidgo, No. 27.
Address. Hon. John L. Kinsey, Philadel
phia, District Deputy Orand Mas
ter of Pennsylvania.
Selection, "Fantana," .Hnbhell
Address. M. W. Levin Irving Handy,
Grand Master of Delaware.
Bcnedietion, Leighton Coleman, lodge
242, Pennsylvania, Bishop of
March, "74th Regiment,".Losoy
The exercises began at 2.30 o'clock
and acre not concluded until aller 5
GREETING FROM IOWA.
United Hlates Senator Jonathan P.
Polliver of Iowa was the first speaker.
Prior to introducing the speaker Mr.
Handy rear! the following telegram:
"Tire (irand Lodge of Iowa in 63d
annual communication, sends greetings
Io the Grand Lodge of Delaware and
ngrutulate» her upon having reached
her centennial (Xiriod of existence and
wishes her continued peace and pros
ADDRESS BY BKNATOU DOU.IVKB.
An outburst of applau»*! greeted Sena
tor Dolliver upon his introduction, fol
lowing tho receipt of the telegram. Tiio
streaker expressed hi» pleasure ut meeting
the mendiera of tho Masonic fraternity of
tho State and said that he had heard a
great deal »(rout, Delaware asd was
anxious to see it. Ho said he did not
lay any claim to being a statesman, but
was only an ordinary country politician.
In speaking of the difference betw
a statesman and S politician, Mr. Dol
liver said that while a man lived he was a
politician, but when ho was dead he was
s|K)ken of as a start man. He said there
won' but few institutions in this country,
except municipal corporations, that have
reached the century mark. In the West
the lodges made quite a to do about the
celebration of the 50th anniversary. He
said that the two centuries just past were
by far the most important in the history
of this country. Senator Dolliver spoke
in a pleasing manner about the growth
of Masonry in Delaware and said he
hoped in a few years that every man
would realize that the house m which he
walked was the house of God.
Howell 8. England delivered an appro
priate centennial ode. which was written
by himself. It was received with ap
C lause, ami favorably commented upon
y the speakers who followed him.
HON. I. L. KINSEY OF PHILADELPHIA.
In introducing City Solicitor Kinsey of
Philadelphia a» the next speaker, Mr.
Handy referred te the fact that the (irand
Ixrdge of Delaware was a daughter of the
finirai l/'dge of Pennsj'lvauiu, and he
introduced Mr. Kinsey as tho deputy
grand master of the "motIter body. '
Mr. Kinscv (banked Mr. Handy and said
that (lie I'cnnsvlvania (irand Lodge fell
a just parental pride in the Delaware
finirai l.idgc. The s|«eaker confmed Lis
address principally fo the grast influence
of Masonry and he told some anecdotes.
He snoke i>f meeting a prince from India
in a Mnsonie l-odge in Philadelpl
prince, he said, bad Isren educated in
of the best known Knglish colleges, lint
had U'cn raised in the style of the native
of his country. He said he owned LOGO
Imraes. 100 i tephants aral that his IrimI
embraced 8,(K(0 sijnare miles. The snb
ieits he aaiil. pew him tribute money.
Mr. Kmsey aaid the prince told him that
[Continued on elgkin page.]
Eight Miners Were Killed at Rocky
Fork, Montana, Yesterday by
Of the Dead, Two Wer« Mem
bers of a Rescue Party.
FIRE BROKE OUT WEDNESDAY
Long Fight to Cat It Under
The Story of ihr Work of Raten« Parti««
la a Tal« of llnaxoall««! Bravary and 8«lf<
•arrlfle«-Th« lic«ii« About th« Bnrnlag
Mlno Wat l>l«lr«taing.
Amadalcd I'm«, Dt-i—teh by Special Wire,
Atmcond», Mont,, .hire 8. -One of the
moot. Bcrious »ccidenU in the hiatory of
coal mining in Moninn» ha» occurred in
flic minn of the Northern P»ciHc. at
Rocky Kork, near Red Iodge, Carbon
county. I iRht men are dead, all vic
tim« of thn white damp that, tilted the
.. . of the mine afier the fite which
«farted Wednesday. Their bodiea have
been recovered, and the «tory of the
work of the reaene partie» ia a tale of
sacrifice. Of the
I MTS of one of the partie» that entered
the mine in the effort to reach the men
known (o Ito there.
The fire, which eaueed the trouble,
atarlcd WVdnead. y in incline No. ft.
Thia was lielieverl to be under control
after a long, hard fight. At 7.30 o'clock
yesterday morning the first rescue party
started down No, ll incline proceeding
cautiously, ns it was found that there
still were trace« of the tire. When they
reached a depth of 1,200 feet, all wer«,
overcome. Several managed to »tniggle
bar k to where they conld be reached.
By this time it dense column of imoke
burst from No. 5 incline, and the air in
No. ft was so foul that volunteer rescuer«
and heroic self
♦ wo wer« mem
were driven bark,
other roBcnn party was formed, towns
people volunteering when the Finnish
miners rushed liack , terrified.
The scene about the mine was dis
R Frantic woman end ersaed
ran about, hampering
e. The second voir
At 10 «n
tb« work of
was *nrc«*afnl. The fens were reversed
and the *moko forcotl out of No. ft in**
Hin«. In th« glopca bretti«^* were raerfe
of «*nva* end water we* let in. The
rcscihMN wero let down *lowlv in car«,
1'hey fimt found the unuonanouf forma
of *ix of (h»5 firff rèaeue periy, which
hunied to the surface. All were
revive«I fuit Carey and Braicy. It is
believed that tbu injured will recover.
Farther clown (he incline six bodies were
found, all U*yond (hope of re»torstion to
life. Several mcnibc^r* of the second
rescue party, among them Pit Bob* Hag
gerty. wen* overcome, but wore restored,
and llaggcrty returned to the work of
It is Mieved that all bodiea
n?SOIie. « • rru
have l»«rn rrmoved from tho nunc. The
\sork of fighting tho fir© i* bow being
HISTORIC BUILDIKG BURNID.
Awra latcrt I'm« Plaiwtch hjf Ppsoltl Wir*«.
rinlnii Rntigp, L»„ June 8.—The s»ving
of lim Stute ('»pitot from destruction by
lire, last night, was »rrompIUhed in »
8|H'fl»cul»im*nner,wi(h Governor BUnch
iinl, Mwistfld by trtftny louisian* logis
lutnrs, dret-sed in Ibnir night elotlios, and
Ity hundreds of Baton Hong* citizens.
Mipplomonting the Fire Oep»rtment.
Tho (ire »tuned from defective wiring
nenr tho nxjf of the Senate chamber,do
st roving tho Capitol's eastern wing
the lirai floor. 'I'ho loss is shout $(
Among the valuables in tho Senate cham
lxtr, where the roof fell in, was tho famous
painting "The battle of New Orleans,''
valued ; 1 1 540,000. (iovemor Blanchard
directed tho work of saving the valuable
papers. Tho legislature now being in
session, the Senate will moot today in tho
The Capitol is an imposing piece of
architecture on the hank of In« Missis
sippi. It was first built in 1847 and was
destroyed try lire during Ute Civil War.
The present structure was erected in 1880.
PASSENGER TRAIN DERAILED.
Associated Press Dlspeteh by Special Wires.
Cheyenne, Wyo., June 8.—The Lo»
Angeles Limited, on the Union Pacifie
was derailed last night cast of Pine
Bluffs. The engine, tourist car and diner
left the tracks, as did one of the trucks of
a Pullman, but no one was seriously m
^ A wrecking train from Cheyenne cleared
the road in a few hour».
DONATION FROM PHILIPPINES.
Associated Press DUiaiteh by Special Wires
Washington, June 8.—The Bureau of
Affairs of the War Department
has received » cablegram from the gov
ernor-general at- Manilla, authorizing the
payment to the Secret an- of War of »
as a donation from the people of tho
Philippine Islands to the San Francisco
relief fund. -
Associated Pre* Dispatch by Special Wires
Washington, June 8.—Weather fore
cast for IJelaware:
Fair and warmer tonight and tomorrow;
light to fresh wind.
See Seventh Page for email Ada. received
too lole to claexi/y.
first in circulation
FIRST IN RESULTS.
Flu; Circulation of Every
Evening yesterday was
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