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W1T.M1NGTON. DELAWARE, SATURDAY. JUNE 0, 1006-EIGHT PAGES.
PRICE ONE CENT
under the auspices of the
Association of Wilming
to be held at
ffternoon 3 . Admission 10c.
Evening 8 . 1 5- Reserved 20c.
THURSDAY, JUNE 7th.
Retail Grocers Day.
WEEK COMMENCING JUNE 4TH,
L uy THEATRE. James E. Henry, Manager.
7— Big Vaudeville Acta—7
L„.,..tf,l -m*«. l» IMt sll<1 bMt mov lng pic
Er rhatise ol hill each week. Sacred ( oncert
» and 8.30 p.m. Admission l«c.
L. - ■■ _
Grace- -St. Paul's
Lewes and Breakwater
Tuesday, June 26th.
. . .$ 1.00
lost aurt iouiul.
foST—WHITE WAIST ON VANDEVER AVE
L nue car. about Ninth and Market, Reward if
1201 WASHINGTON 8TREKT.
0flX-ON DELAWARE AVENUE CAR LBA V
Linr Fourth and Market about tyrif past 10
llôck Tuesday morning, jK»cketboor containing
bill mm of money ana ear tickets, ftewgrd.
Call WILLIAM R. DARE,
Tenth and Adams Streets.
D - W EDNE8DAY MORNING. BRONZE
œ*d»l of >panlsh-AmericAn war. Owner can
orer same «I Every Evening Office. Je7-8t
lEWARD—THE WILMINGTON FOUNTAIN
Lfiocletv will pay arawai* of ten dollar» for
um« «nd conviction of any person damag
[or misusing the drinking fountains of thi*
cee city ordinance parsed for the pro*
Etton of same.* WILL!AM POOLE.
I • Treasurer.
ÂPLÜi "faBNHURBT. DKL , LARGE
train and trolley; special rates to
UK LAWN, 8 MILKS FROM WILMINGTON
/on the K A o . five miuutoa walk from Ogden
Won. tine fihade trees, lanre lawn», beautiful
llk>. Tennis, croquet, shumeboard, fr«*e to the
MU. Excellent table, menu servit#, own vega
lief Write for terms. Address
IR?« AMELIA E. ERVIN,
Ogden. Hanre P. O.,
Delaware county, Pa.
PHILADELPHIA PIKE FIVE MINUTES TO
flarby cor. one fare. Adults only. BOX 69,
mt-Bvra tf Edge Moor, Del.
9) First-class tuner and repairer of pianos and
h«L5 has tuned lor royal families in Germany,
nil be in Wilmington everyday. Addrem P. 0.
I0X 2b6. Wilmington, or residence, Eikton, Md.
Plsno and Organ Tuner, Voice and Regulator,
W Walnut street Twelve years' factory expert
M Tuner for du Pont'«Orchestra. Reference.
Hwl I du font, J. Lambert Dashiell.
Delmanrte Phone IMA
' P POTTER,
J. PIANO AND ORGAN TUNER,
with Btynard, Fifth and Market btreeta. W1I
tofton. Del. Residence, 1212 WEST SIXTH ST.
PSTEY PLAYER PIANO.
Ihinint tmd rcfialring hy the Company's reliable
Wkmen Address représentatives of out factor
's J U. CANNING, Il E. Thirteenth street.
*olh Phones. Wilmington.
tV£S. AKT TO ENGRAVE OR PRINT YOUR
'' * 1 ÏIII,,SG INVITATIONS AND CALLING
SrSîr °" r '' ork wl11 ,l< ' r 'ght In Form. Quality
w rile- A.k to see style U«ka Sample* fur
on rcjuesL MclNTIRE A COMPANY,
616 Market street
I h !■ A -IT IS DESIRABLE TO SECURE A
»J 'v option (mm every person who is Inter
fuit'v , M1 h«crlb* to the Building Fund
Dr it impnmfble (or the Board to «e* «verrone
. itarrlpUons are asked for through
paiii.rtiM nient. .
kei.1 1 "he Is conditional on securing the
F» ; - -<mr»). w hen this is done, those
6th»n i l,Mr 'h ,lt( d "HI t 1 * asked for one fourth
t. , ' ' ' " notion« (he balsm« will be paid In
Fill.,. e " n .' cghteeti months.
r "i the |i.«rd ol Manager» la
r r ; m to receive subserlpüona
n'P.V,.? Thompson, President,
oS« w! l ''Ä Vk '*
t!, 1,n<1 . Tressurer,
ASib r w SR ReconUo * 8#cr * Ury '
h M r *n hy ; ___
1 h nSBITT», Oenersl SscreUrr,
60S Market street.
YOfTNO COUPLE DESIRES
)« ,i d ' rt ,r °nt room, West «Id*. G 11,
-_ _ Excry Evening Oflftca.
D* to'rt EI wiu P^ÏETHORSE for the pusT
Ä ltl " c ' cb *« " «« "
Fri... _ 'O. BOX ML
rf Ù'-V h.le'tS 5 HIT f WOMAN DESIRES
f H: si m ,'A n Private family.
Addrc* o ü i Rvery Evening Office.
U AN , .h r *7Î* ,A hLHOU8K; TWO IN FAMILY
lîT. A , " E L Everi Evening OfflriT
j) t'lkllr'Tnrf .SMITH "WRITING IN
u r «h . : nuu J rebuU t Remington typewriters
CHA8. G. GÜYER,
K26 Market «ireeU
. __Tji one 1283
KoR COUNTRY BOARD
blii1" '«rt»«. near elty. (D. A A. phone
Frii-l m u"r !"?!i r f ry low "tea
\ir AV r ~ L gauhe. hoi c iqyum street
'> s i :. u U ' n ' KUYOi pciOLD AND SILY'ER,
U HA VIS. 9 JL Second bl.
S'positkn 8T H A .nH A n'' ABLE MA N WISHE S
jeost H»mly r|| «round
Address Q 9.
Every Evening Office.
B<) >- AGED 1T - WANTS EM
pl >) mem during the summer. Address
G7, Every Evening Office.
S A J^ MAN "ANTED-OOOD young man
carHei! hTT ex P® r * en(,e J»> wiling Iron, steel.
« k ^ An3 'T a P' 8,1,1 contractor* sunpll
t»r»t««t.V rm 7^? a P d can «'"mmand «»me trade
SbyÏÏ ^ rcnC * req ' ,lred -
A Ä' HARDWARE ro.,
je7-Jt Third »nd Sh ipley su., Wilmington, Pel.
\V ANTlp— YOUNG BUSINESS MAN TO JOIN
A' "• , ln **<>«» P»>Ins office business. one
who can Invent £iuo or fôOü.
Every Evening Office.
WiSP-P** FIRST-4 'LASÏ STEADY
f ▼ trimmers for work through summer and fall.
jmt gf>Ki ***** SAFETY !H'ggy coj
Wr^NTED-M EN J \ I UVtMli i;k m i|. i a Y.
f f to distribute circulars. Hdvertislng matter,
No canvaMtaig. NATIONAL
I.K I I.-IN» i PI K I \ I ■ : . ago, j<*9 lt(
n UBTLERB WANTED FOR UnIoUE I'RolHV
sltion. Entablish your own biisiiu^w. targe
incf>mc; we take all risk. References and »mail
capital required; chance of lifetime. Only ono
nian Hiipfilntcd in each city, ho you should write
immediately. SHERMAN CO.,
J«W| 13 Dover Btrect, New York.
U ETKCTIV E-S H R E W D. RELIABLE MAN
wanted in every localitv to act under orders;
exjM riencc umiercvwrtry. Write WEBSTER'S DE
1 ECTIVE AGENCY, l»ew Moines. la.
Wf ANTED — OPERATOR? FOR TURRET
? 1 lathe multiple spindle drill, horizontal tar
ing machine, ten ton locomotive crane, milling
machine. Ac. night watchman to operate pow
room equipment. Apply SUPERINTENDENT.
je7-3i Edge Moor Iron Co.. Edge Moor, Del.
\\ J A N TED—TWC> GOOD C ARPEN T ERS.
f y Apply GEORGE W. GRIFFIN.
W ANTE D—BOY . 14 OR is FOR OFFICE? REF*
erence required, Apply tn office hours.
je7-8t _DR. MrKAY. 1 Fast Ninth 8t
B ench and machine hands for pash
and door mill. Fifty-four hour«; steady work;
highest wage*. Call or write
TUCKER. A STAEHLE.
167 East Allen street,
Station K. Philadelphia.
J ANTED—FIVE OR PT X FIRST-CLASS WOOD
pattern makers. Good wages and steady
work for first-das» men. Address
PARREL FOUNDRY A MACHINE C(\
Je7-«t Ansouia. Conn.
Apply to H. K. WATSON.
7ANTED—BY ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
best Old Line Life Insurance Companies a
ent« for city work,
with the Com pan y .
To men who can prove a successful past record
and give Surety bond we offer;
A POSITIVE SALARY (not an advance against
commission*'' of 16« per month, plus FULL FIRST
YEAR COMMISSIONS. 5 per cent renewals for
nine years, and other fees.
lew experienced iti
with references and full narticuiara of
P. O. BOX 614,
\TT ANTED—WOODWORKERS MACHINISTS
YV and blacksmiths. Apply AMERICAN ROAD
MACHINE 00-, Kenne« Square. Fa. Take trolley
at Brandywine Springs for Kenne« Square. je4-«t
7ANTED—EXPERIENCED LINEMEN FOR
i per 9 hour day. Come
&2 MERCER STREET,
Hat kanaaok, N. J.
n RANCH MANAGERS WANTED. KO CASH
weekly. Lire tt Born*. Eiperience urneeess
ary. No eariTsming Enrlne.. stamp lor particular».
jej-Im ALUMINUM HANOERCO..Ch»tfle|(I.Mmn
new work. 12.75
ready for work.
TE OFFKR A GOOD PROPOSITION TO WIDE
awake, honest men in every shop and store
to represent an old established bouse selling our
)ewebV on weekly and inonihlv payments Ad
dress BOX 28. Every Evening Office. my2M2t
W r ANTED—LABC»REH8TO WORK IN BRICK
\ > yard. Apply DELAWARE TERRA COTTA
CO., foot Claymont myl7-tf
EN AND BOYS WANTED LEARN PLUMfl
ing. plastering, bricklaying; special offer life
scholarship fifty dollars, easy payments; position
and union card guaranteed; free catalogue.
COYNE BR08. TRADE SCHOOLS,
New York, Chicago. St. Ixuiis.
t. LT. ••
TITR WANT BOOKKEEPERS OF THE RIGHT
\\ sort, for good positions with high-grade
firm* There arc alway* more opportunities than
we can fill formen familiar with up-to-date liook
keeping method« W Ith offices in 12 cities and
h 12,000 emplovers to sene, our supply of po-i
tions paying from fl.noo to «.S.OfO a year never
runs low. We need hundreds of capable sales
men, executive, clerical and technical^ men and.
also, men having money to invest with their ser
vices. Write ns to-day. stating position desired.
HAPG<H>D8. (Inc.l Brain Brokers.
1501 Chestnut bt.. Philadelphia. I*a.
T ANTFD--OOOD WHIT* WOMAN OR EN
cred le grnsn elrl (or xencrsl homework to
so to Philadelphia, wsecs ft m per week. Wll
neion (antliv. fall Monday. :t0 S. FiKTY
MCTH STIIF-ET, Philadelphia. Je9-lt
rÂNTED— HALF-GROWN GIRL TO ASSIST
Î with housework. S09ADAMBST. J f " -I
11T ANTED—BY JUNE Kith, RELIABLE
VV while woman (oracneral Imusewrork. lAoply
N W. ( OR. «REENHU.1, AVENUE AND W1U
LARD STREET. Delaware avenue oar.
Il rANTED-«. IRL KOK HOUSEWORK AND
W one to aa»l«i: reference: small family and
good wtigea Apply
A1 - ANTED—COAT MAKERS, PANTS AND
V\ vest ma ken at WRIGHT A DAVISON'S.
mylS-U Eighth and Market street.
1201 W. NINTH STREET.
a grnts ami^aUsmrn Waniffl,
GENTS EV ERYWHERE; »10 MADE DAILY
•riling article without opp.-itlon; every
woman buy.»t «IgM: IXLaclEwrmving combina
tion mop and scrub brush. UCL W ORKS
JeO-lt 42 Grand street. New York,
T P REARDON. 624 WEST THIRD STREET,
• I carpenter and builder. Jobbing promptly, at
fefvJy-tT A,k ' ''" naU 'pHCNE D. A A. 8427A. .
wakner s. lewis,
' 1 CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Jobbing a specialty. Good material. Skilled
workmrif Fair prie«« ^["boIS
estimate Office and »hop, 60» Orange street. Both
phonea __ Qec
A1ERR1LL-BUCKM ASTER & CO.
X A ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
ratlin*tAs Furnished 921 M ARKET 8T«
"Shii Phon. 2986A. Delm. 1807.
BALE AT 10c PER 100 POUNDS,
on May street "J Norbert
I CE FOR
Stations now open.on
stree t A. R. TATNA1.L. _
IV I- CENT TYPEWRITER RIBBON FOR ANY
75 mscblnanmv 43 cent» Carbon p*P«. « «en»
dosen. Mall orders tilled.
FAELD. 319 East Fourth Street.
J™?s» .«»h«. Esars
313 8 HARRISON STREET
D. A A. Phone 8233.
VANS' NEW FISH AND OYSTER MARKET,
eWMaÜ»» street. Try IL MnrtfrifPf«".
"d a*, phone 1274A. JeMts-lm
WM. E. WILLIAMS CO.
J ^bl« |spUct»ed. 106 Wilmington, DeL
now papered for
TA TbUd M au°d h M.dlroaMa
,T »nd most desirable spring patterns
L'or bale -*oo-c arts, and carriages,
1 pnn rangea, blue flame atfff nil stoves, ovens
fnr kas or gasoline «totes, screen doors, sewing
tnarniii«* Ubon retie«, tide bnanla refrigerator*,
parlor suit«*, odd bureaus (oak and walnuts, fine
* r, '* n * *- ,fc *° n >' frame, satin covering, hand ®m*
brnldered; bunk caæ. onyx table, plcturea, oouchea,
enameled bed*, secretary a deak, umbrella stands,
parlor waps, screens windows, trunks and snlt
eases women'« and men'«clothing. *omen'a thea
MCMAHON BROS ' CO. EXCHANGE.
. Fifth and King «tree ta.
K IIR RALE—COLLlIt DOO. SABLE, WHITE
»nd color. 9 months old and entitled to re^ Uteri
r one I month» old. THE MAP1JÎS,
;HM2f Farnhurst, DeL
I UST COMPLETED—NICE CORNER DWELL
«I lit*. 1301 dn not street. 9 noms; all oonven
1 **I°*S ,n ' nl and hack porches; terms easy. A bar
gain If sold quick A. k 8TAYTON,
Jy29-ws-tf _ 70T Shipley street
rviK SA LE— AUTOMOBILE RUNABOUT. 1«
J horse, »ISO.
S07 WEST ELEVENT H ST.
UhiR SALE-IF YOD WISH TO SECURE A
I moderate priced house in a high prlct*d neigh
borhood look at the two new dwellings No. 1904.
19U*j Boulevard, nine room« and beih, reception
open place* front and hack porchea
myl.Mf _ WM. C. TINDALL. Ml W. Ninth
LH 'H SA LE— SMALL FARM IN M I LLcH EKK
r Hundred. JOHN BAYERS,
Je/ctto-lm 603 Ford Building.
F OR «ALE—BARGAIN, TWO LARGE BRAND
new six roomed house* on l<»u <*0x127. 11.500
J. (». JU8T18.
T?( 'H BALK OR RENT—CORY SEVEN ROOM
I 1 hotuie, Newark «totton. «nluible f«»r railn«d
man. i ||| mg m
y ( At
L'OR s \LE MILK ROUTE.
F Addreat K 17, Every Evening Office.
K " - or^pale^-'hotel proferty"and bubT
neas. Address or apply C. P. STIDHAM,
my 19 Ira $ Port Penn. Del.
F or bale-or will exchange foe
«mail farm.one of the best bakeries in city. T F.
MrEVILLY, real estate, mortgage and Insurance
broker, 628 West Fourth street, Wilmington,
rpOR PALE—LARGK. TENTRrH)M HOUSE. TWO
I lAths; all impmvementa; on Thirty fourth
street meer Spring Garden street. Philadefphla
will exchange for property in Wilmington.
myl»>lm J. J. PEIRCE. 6 W. bewnth 1
«ton. Do not mi»w one ol these.
In desirable building lota.
WESTON A ANDERSON,
921 Markst street.
F or sale—gro<;ery and meat market
•loin* a Rood buain
Addrem K 15,
Every Evening Office.
F YOU WANT TO SELL OH EXCHANGE
your hounc or lot, let me know what yon have
at once. 1 hare a number of clients waltitiK to
buy. Both phone». LAMBERT J. FOULK,
aprS-tf 10U Market street
UPRIGHT PIANO FOR «156. BROWN
A EDWARDS, a» W. Seventh. *pr26-tf
?OR BALE OR RENT — ATLANTIC CITY
808 Ford Building.
TNOR SALE-CHEAP, LOT AT MONTROSE;
J 1 fine view of river. ^ _
pÔR^AJ.E— RARE OPPORTUNITY (OWNER
I; leaving city) one of tho
In Wilmington, comer propcrPr. high ground, ex
tensive view*, fine lawns, old and new shade,
shrubbery, etc; handy to ear* to all R. R. stations.
hotels and cottage*.
1211 WASHINGTON BT.
CHAS F THOMAS.
700 North Clayton street
|.X>R BALE—ELEGANT, MEDIUM PRICED
F house. Just finished ; Washington Heights ;
extra good value ; 8 rooms, all convenience*. Bee
me at once about this ; wont last long.
M. N. WOOD, 637 Orange street.
TX»R BALE — SURBÜRBAN RESIDENCES,
F large and small.
GEORGE R. TOWNSEND CO.,
6 Weat Ninth street.
CASH—BALANCE ON EASY TERMS,
will buy a )»eautihii modem home,
c' i l/U with large front and back torches, lo
Fourteenth street, eaa\of Mar
ket street. Has ten rooms, beater, pantry, bath,
w ater closet, cemented cellar, all connected with
sewer. Papered to suit pi
l>o»*ei«tan. Balance can be paid In monthly pay
ments of |85. of which 117.50 will bo creditea on
mortgage. Apply to
WM. K. HAWKINS.
Builder «nd Owner.
712 Market 8t
Four ffiflO mortgage bonds on home real estate
worth five times ibe amount of the nmrtga
Interest five per cent per annum, payable Ji
and December. Apply
my2fi mws-lm Room No. 2, 919 Market street
Valuable farm, containing about 800 acres,
located in Pencader Hundred. Can be bought at
a bargain. Apply WILMINGTON TRUST CO.,
lebiO-tf 915 Market street
F inding prospective buyers
luour bu«lne«». 1'erhapa your pronertiea will
(It some of the«* prospects. It will co«t von
nothin« to see, and they will be In good company
or our hooka
R. C. LUPTON & CO..
925 Market street.
As Homes or Profitable Investments,
three fine new houses near Twenty-third and
Washington streets, seven moms, l»th, porch and
all modern improvement«. Several parues now
waiting to rent them at FA) per month. For fur
ther particular« apply to
CHARLES W. GOODING,
Eighth and Jeltcraoa Sta
Houses open fer Inspection.
Bakcrlea, coal >*»rds, dry goods store*, grocer!««,
saloons, country hotels, meat markets, leases,
cigar and new« stands, manufacturing plants,
farms, houses. Also, lots In all parts of the coun
try, on easy terms. 1 have clients who wish to
buy your property or business. Your* might soit
them. Bend me a description of property or busi
ness and low est price, 1 cannot supply the de
mand. Money to loan on mortgages, rents col
lect«!, estatce managed. I sell fire, life, accident,
health and plate gla«s Insurance. None but boat
mpanies represented. No charge for advice or
Double, lists mailed on application
T. F. McEVILLY.
623 West Fourth at., Wilmington. DeL
Del. Phone 2931. D A A. 904Û. febi2-ita-tf
AT LOW PRICES
Corner B and Heold, 6 rooms, store, lot 40x100.
2211 Pine, 7 room», bath. pore«.
812 King, store and dwellings, 7 rooms, bath.
611 East Eleventh, 7 room», bath, pouch.
U0 North Jackson, 6 rooms, bath.
632 W. Fourth, U rooms, bath, porch, heater.
1613 Rodney, 1# rooms, bath, porch, bester.
161Ô Rodney, 10 rooms, both, porch, beater.
S2ft Van Buren, 11 rooms, hath, porch, beater.
Til Poplar, 11 room» bain, porch, aids lot, 32x73.
Washington, 11 rooms, nth. porch, lira tat.
Broome. U rooms, bath, porch, he
2603 Washington, 7 rooms, bs(h, porch,
10» West Thlrtisth, » rooms.
8ul West aid, 9 rooms, bath,
Fourth, 8 rooms,
1208du Poa, . . . .
1323 West, 6 rooms, ham, porch, beater.
1206 du Pont. 7 room« bath, olosst _
214 Poplar, 12 rooms, both, beater, closet
812 Kirkwood, 8 room»
1307 Lincoln. 9 rooms, bath, porch.
71 « King, 11 rooms belli, heater, sewered.
6U6 Madison. 10 rooms, hath, qJoseL
61« East Tenth, 6 rooms, DML
Ills Poplar, 6 room» rent318 00,
700 West Sixth, 7 rooms, batik, tent *UM*L
Too Poplar, 10 rooms, hath. •
1315 West Fifth. 7 rooms, bath, sewered.
1228 West Fourth. 10 room» bath, porch, sewered
107 East Ninth, i rooms, bath, eswered.
Thi Walnut, 7 rooms, rent 516.00.
1829 Cedar, 7 rooms, bath, poruh.
1012 Poplar. 7 rooms, bath,
215 W. Eleventh, 9 rooms,
1116 W. Second, 7 rooms, bath, lot 16x100 tt
, both, prmfe,
1018 Lombard, 8 rooms, bath, sewered.
«28 Monroe. 7 rooms, bath, sewered, lot 20x80 ft
Submit us an offer.
HAWKINS & CO.,
AGENTS TO EFFECT SALE,
No. 712 Market Street,
r RIVATE BALE—HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND
carpets. 409 N. FRANKLIN 8T.
• 1 M WDBPG
r 87 and harn«*. 229 CONCORD rIKE.
Jef*8l| I». A A. Phone 4096A.
40 AA CORNER LOT AT GO KD* «N Ml
No(Mhbf.xl-fe«t. GEORGEM MILLER,
my 12 tl MW West Eighth street
X>R SALK—CHEAP, DRIVING HORSE. GAS
range, bowling alley and achuffie l»oard. ('all
&. A., 4583A., of I»elmarvia, 1891. maril-tf
K)R BA LF-< i< »OD HW < >N D HAND BUGGY.
MKSÖINGKR'8 STORAGE HOUSE.
fill W. Front »itreel.
EAITTIFUL »'O PIANO FOR »1«. BROWN A
EDWARDS, 'MU W. Seventh street, ep.fi tl
TVIR HALE—BOrSR SUITABLE EUR BOAT
f house; will sell threp A. M. MATTHXS,
iipil.il »1(1 Merket street
' ftOR SALB —DETACHED HOUSE JUST COM
1 pleted. N. W. Cor. Fourteenth and West; not
a nark place in It, light from every aide, pic
turesque surroundings, eight room*, Iwth, pantry,
toilet rtmms, etc. A. L. JOHNHÔN,
aprl2-U Eighth and Shipley sinket*
70R RENT—THREE THIRD-STORY UNFl'R
^ ntshed room«. MRS. JOHNSON.
RENT— TWO NICELY FURNISHED
^ mom«, fartng Eighth Slre«*t Bark.
Add rev* O 10. Every Evening Offica
TjV)R RI s i \ F.RÏ Dl IK \B11 Him Mg M R
, nleliod or unfurniabed; all couveuloncea, in
•c - -I
cluding nhone. t'entml location.
JcH 3 E. FOURTE F.NTH BT.
: 70K RENT—ONE OH TWO FURNISHED
1 rooms on second floor tor tho summer: low rent.
RENT—ROOMS FOR LIGHT Il'dsE
Apply 610 W SIXTH ST.
Addreg* 912 READ ST.
T^OR RENT—THREE NICE ROOMS FOR
1 light hounekeeping «nd one furnished room
for roan and wife gentleman, w-lth use of bath
and D. A A. 'Phone. KING 8T. )e7-3t
' ^OE RKNT-^TÔh'f I N TH V HEART OF THE
1 btislneaasectioau 282 King street, fitted ont with
fixture*suitable for any kliid of badness: wRl rent
r) 'i \ i i MARKET
¥yOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOM IN
J* refined private family on Weal street.
Address G 4, Every Evening Office.
YYOR HENT—TWO COMMUNICATING ROOMS
1 Ut« of hath an« Islephons. No llitht house
TAOK KEtlT—TWO ÜM FURNISHED ROOMS.
F Je7 :tt§ Addreaa G 8, Every Evening ( »ffice.
Address G 6,
Krerr Evpnliyr orties.
TV)R KENT—NO. 698 SPRINGER tsT.. SIX
J; rooms and bath. Modem convenience*.
Apply toCHARLLd A. BECK,
2104 W. Sixteenth street
J ' -^OR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT
* housekeeping. 718 FRENCH. my29 tta-lm§
^OR RENT — THREE-BTORY. TEN ROOM
house, front porch, heater, range: rem f®.
GEO RGB A. ROBERTS,
«25 E. Twenty second street.
|NURNLSH ËP Kl< îHT ROOM ED HOUSE FOR
r rent during summer month* Beautifully
A Ifi. Every Evening*Office.
X>H RENT—FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
911 SHIPLEY STREET.
pOR RENT—TWO FURNISHED,. SECOND
story room»: saa, batii: st.fcï and #1 ..SO per wre
myl.vttfc Jmj «02 ORANGE STREET.
TICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLE
: men, large and airy.
mylO-tts-lmf 1006 WASHINGTON STREET.
F " ÔE R ENT—LARGE BKCTlRD HTORY FRONT
room hirnished; bath and Y*hone.
J«2-ttA-lmo 849 TArNALL STREET.
f .Mi: UKI» MAI FÎS LIGHT HOU8E
First floor. Reference.
815 WASHINGTON 8T.
BOR RENT—APARTMENT. TWO ROOMS AND
E bath, 1007 WEST STREET.
X)H RENT—0TORB SOUTHWEST CORNER
1 Adams street and ahailcrnas avenue. j n lte M i
WM. C. TINDALL.
611 Weat Ninth street.
r )R RENT OR SALE*— NO. 1017 ADAMS
street, 11 rooms and batii. first-class, double
503 WEST FIFTH STREET.
for barber shop.
I JOR KENT—NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
1 for goutleman. Apply C. BAUER,
al8-tf tag le Hotel, Fourth and French sts.
F urnished room©; all conveniences.
■ aprl2-tf 513 KING STREET.
TsOE RENT—TWO FLOORS FOR LIGHT"HANU
F facturing. 40x120 f<>et; plenty of,light. Address
or call WILMINGTON PROVISION CO.V
sep27-U Third and Orange streets.
rtOH RENT—ROOMS OR OFFICES.
- ■ MARK i 1 STREET.
iBoarrtinfl and ïodiiinn.
F tlcman. 819 ADAMS STKEEl
R RKNT-SF« oMo l'MHV ROOM FORGFN
ANTED —^ONK OR TWO GENTLEMEN
boarders In private family.
50<i NORTH FRANKLIN STREET.
F^OOD BOARDING ON RIVER FRONT.
\J )e«V6t Address BOX 5, Claymont. Del.
■\ 1 r ANT ED— TA BLE BOARDERS.
> \ 401 W EST SEVENTH STREET.
F OR RENT—PLEASANT ROOM. FURNISHED.
Jes-tf ^>1 wj>r r i : i t : i.
M0 WEST EIGHTH STREET.
I JtRONT ROOMS FOR LODGING; FURNISHED;
' very desirable. 901 JEFFERSON ST. jol lm|
11T ANTED—TWO OR FOUR MEN BOARDEBS
« y In private family lit the suburbs. Address
Je6 7.9« G 1, Every Evening Office.
R ooms with board andt a b lkboarte
era. 907 WEST NINTH STREET, mlh-tts 1ml
\\7 ANTED — EXPiytlKNCED SALESLADY.
VV my2S-tl Apply R, TOPKIrt SONa
B oarding, lodging—laDUE tT antTgen*
tlcmen, 36 and 60 cents.
3 WEST FOURTH STREET.
XTEATLY FURNIKHED rooms, bath and
phone. 300 ID. SEVENTH STREET. mylS-Im
W ANTED — OCCUPANTS" FOR SECOND
Story rooms. 902 WEST STREET. mylVlmS
ANTED—BO ANDERS ^T
ANTRit—BOARDERS AND TABLE BOARtV
en at the NELSON HOUSE, SOI Tatnsll
street. Terms moderat«. myll-lm
304 EAST SIXTH STREET.
At 222 W. NINTH STREET.
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
acd the best preparation.
GEO. W. BUSH & SONSCO.,
Foot of French Street.
H. T. SERGEANT,
COAL -D WOOD.
Office, Seventh and King streets,
109 Maryland avenue.
Dolmarvla Plums 3646. O. A A. Phono S64A.
N. W. Cor. of Ninth and Market Sts.
Surplus and Profit8.$550,000.00.
A Great Convenience
This company pays 2 per cent
interest on accounts subject to *
with this company enables the
depositor to withdraw his money
at such time as ho may need it,
and at the same time draws
A checking account -
OTHO NOWLAND. President
E. BR1NGHURHT, JR.. Vlce-I*n^lflent
J. T. PENNYPACKEH. Seo'y and Trust OfBcar.
RICHARD RKKKE. TreaaUfW.
M. 1). CROSÖAN, Real tatate Oflooc.
Assets over three million dollars.
2 per ceut Interest Paid on Deposits.
Wilmington Trust Co.
915 Market Street
Assumes entire charge of Real
Estate, including the collection and
remittance of rents.
Pays Interest on Deposita.
T. C. du Pont, President
Henry P. Scott, Vice-President
S. D. Townsend, Treasurer.
T. C. du Pont,
Pierre F. du Pont,
Harlan G. Scott
George S. Caf*elle,
Charles c. Kuru.
Arthur W. Bpruançe,
Henry P. Scott,
W llliam S. 11)11
A. J. Moxham,
Samuel Bancroft, Jr.,
Andrew C. Gray.
IF YOU WANT
Security for your Deposits,
Courteous treatment, Drafts or
Letters of Credit, Collections
made, Bank accommodation
when necessary for your busi
ness—see our Treasurer about
opening an account here !
Security Trust &
Safe Deposit Co.
619 Market Street
Benjamin Nlelds. President
James B. Clark «on. Vice-President
John h«. Rosaell, P«c'v A Trust officer
L. Scott Townsend, Treasurer.
F D. LACKEY & CO.,
Members Philadelphia Stock Exchanire,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
843 MARKET STREET.
qeo. p. BISSELL,
BANKER AND BROKER,
TIERS & BISSELL.
133 SOUTH FOURTH ST. (Bullitt Bldg,,) Philo.
D. A A. 'Phone, 4250.
EIGHTH AM» MARKET STREETS,
S4-8« WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
For Investment or carried or margin.
MEMBERS of ALL
J. MONTEITH JACKSON, Manager.
gCOTT & CO.
Bankers and Broker^
902 MARKET FlREET.
Stocks and bonds bought and sold oaaD stock
Dealers In Investment securitlsa
If you have any mining or oil stock
you wish to sell nr exchange address
UNION TRUST A INCORPORATING CO.. »39
Market Street_JQ* 1111
^Wonfy to g oan.
^[ONEY TO LOAN
On mortgages in sums to suit.
CARROLL W. GRIFFITH.
No. 6 West Ninth street
14 ff ONSY TO LOjLN ON MORTUAOB IN HUII8
AI u> «ulk LAM HtiRTJj
OcU-ll 1Û1« AUxA*l aU
WEDDING GUTS IN CUT
GLASS AND STERLING SILVER
Wo have an excellent assortment ol fine Ameri
can cut «Ins».
TUMBLERS, DECANTERS, BOWLS. VASES, etc.
Our slock of Sterling Silverware com prise« every
thing that 1« uaelui for the table. Wc lu vu© your
Millard F. Davis,
» A1H> U EAST SECOND 8T.
jfiarni <?. guomas <\ C'a.
E. Thomas & Co.,
509 Market Street 509
)R. FRANK ROOF SMITH,
Filth and King «troet*.
Analytical ana Consul ting Chemist
II ÄY UM' 11,1 Mill V M »..stVtJK. ■VkaDu"
. »1 at» of I'ennirlvanl» OtthopwOkl Ihatltmo.
trirntlllo manafe Ise« treatment. D. A A. 1'hons
im 713 W, TENTH hT KF.tr. mjrlO-lt*lm|
I)R. H. H. HAINES,
1*04 dayment street Wilmington. Del.
IV A A decl9ttsfim|
FRANCIS A. PRICE,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor,
New Csstie County Stale Highway CommUUloner.
Delmarvla Phone 1M1.
l). A A. Phone 17MD.
UK)9i Market SU
t »pp« elle Court House. jy9 t1«^tf
OMEfl AND COMFORT HAVE BEEN MY
study for HO year*. Cell and OODSUlltne, N
... loud. Architect and Engineer of Construction.
Mans and specifications fumialieil at short notlca.
Office. 1H»2 Mt Kaiem lAOe, Wilmington.
D. A A. Phone 3882. Daliuarvin Phone IfilO.
FINE TOILET WARE
IN STERLING SILVER.
Manicure Sets in cases and
C. F. RUDOLPH,
MARKET AND FOURTH STS.
PACIFIC YACHT RACE.
Associated PreAl Dispatch by Special W in*
San Francisco, Cal., June 9.—The roost
ini|K)rtant contest in the history of yacht
ing in Pacific waters will begin on Monday
next, when the craft representing "
New York, lioyal Victoria, South Coast
and Hawaii Vaeht Clubs will start from
Ban Pedro on their long race to Honolulu.
Tltcro is no longer any doubt as to what
vessels will stgrt, and so complete are the
arrangements of the South Coast Yacht
Club that all probability of further delay
has been removed. The yachts partici
rating will I» the Defender and La Pa
oma of the Hawaii Yaeht Club, tho
Anemone of the New York Yacht Club,
Maple Leaf of the Royal Victoria
Yaeht Club of Victoria, B. C., and the
Lurline of the South Coast Yacht Club.
Thejschooner yacht Ramona mayalso cover
the course, but not as a contestant. There
are no restrictions as to sails carried. Tho
only condition is that the entrants must
be enrolled in some recognized yacht club
THE SAN FRANCISCO MINT.
AmoflalnA I'rfffl Dispatch by Special Wires
Pan Franciaco, Cal., June 9.—Tho large
machines at the local mint were put in
opera)inn yesterday, and for the first time
gmeo the nre the work of making money
The mint hits not opened for a regular
session, hut just for a few days, long
enough for the coinage of the silver now
in the building. As soon ns this work is
accomplished the mint will he closed, so
that trie officials may get ready for the
annual count. Tho regular session of tho
mint, it is expected, will open on July 1st.
Associated Prats Dispatch by Special Wlrea
San Francisco, Cal., June 9.—A 216
foot mast has been erected on Russian
Hill by a local wireless telegraph com
It will he used as a station in this city
to connect (with a branch of the samo
system in Colorado, connecting this coast
with the East by wireless.
THE CRUMPA0KER BILL.
Associated Press Dispatch by Special Wire*
Washington. June 9.—The House com
mittee on judiciary has authorized a
favorable report on the Crumpacker bill,
allowing a court review of postotiice fraud
CEN. CHARLES H. ALDEN DEAD.
Associated Press Dispatch by Special Wlrea
Pasadena, Cal., June 9.—Brig.-Oen.
Charles H. Alden, U. S. A., retired, aged
70 years, died at bis home, here, last
CERTIFICATES OF IEOORPORATIOB.
Special Correspondence of Every Evening.
Dover, Juno 9.—Certificates of incor
poration were filed here, yesterday, a*
F.namel Products Co., Wilmington,
Pel., to manufacture enamel products;
capital stock, $ Ifi,000.
Italian Beneficial Mortuary Brother
hood .Association, Wilmington, Del., to
maintain an association for mutual bene
fit; no capital stock.
Accident Affords Pleasure.
While motoring along tho Park Drive
Mr. Chauffer run in greatest advent of
tho season--» wedding—no— ico ctvattt.
For sale this afternoon and evening head
of Rodney street*
Mechanics to Have a Smoker.
Winona Council, Jr. O. V. A. M., will
hold a smoker on T hursday night at Eden
Hull, m which prominent speakers «ill
Long mitts. 35c. Urccabaum's, 304
FOSTRR'S WEATBER BCLLET1N
Lon« Period of Low Average
Temperatures to Come.
DROUTH FOR CORN SECTION
Sever* Weather for th* Beet,
Th. Most Oonoritl Bolus Will bs About Ihu
Iflih, goon to bo Follow.<t bp « Diwuth,
Ar.ninponi.it by Vory Much Blfbll
Special Dispatch to Every Krrmlng,
tVanhinuton, Juno 9.— Laut Imlletif»!
FA' " forecast« of diaturbanee to cro««)
rontincnt Ulth to 14th; w«nn wnv« 9thj
I« 13th; cool wave, 12th to 16th. Next#
disturbance will reach I'acilio const ahouOT
15th; cro«« west of Hookies by close of
16th; (Iront Central Valleys, 17tn to lOthr,
Lastern Stute«, 20th. Vvann wave will
ertws west of Hookies country about 15th;'
tirent Central Valleys, itth; Eastern;
Stale«, 19th. Cool wave will cro«» west
of Hookies about 18th; Great Centrât
Valley», 20th; Eastern States, 22d.
This disturbaiK« will come during a
long period of tho lowest average -—
itérât urea of tho month and will close the
beat pert of tho corn-crop weather of
190«, Tho coolnat part of June and the
most general ra in» of the month will come
in most sections not far from 15th,and I
c\|ieet a drouth to begin in tho principal
corn sections not long thereafter, accom
panied by very much higher temperaturea.
This disturbance will do moat never« on
the Pacific Slope not far from 15th, and
atthe same time the preceding disturbance
will lie causing severe weather in the
Eastern States and provinces. Severe
weather will be more general than usual
near the 15th.
Amoolstnl Pre«« Dlspsh-h by SpsslsJ Wlrns.
Wn-thington, June 9.—Mr. Bennnde»,
the llrudiiayan charge, called on Secre
tary Hoot today and imuiired whether
I .<up M.lian I.afinur, whoso name is under
coneidcration for appointment as Hru
guayan Minister to this country, will be
accept able to tho United Htatea. The
name will be referred to the President by
Mr. Lafinnr formerly was Minister ter
Foreign Affaire in Unt*u«y. He aW
served hie country as Minister to Argen
tina and has been a prominent member,
of the Coneree» of Umanay. Ur. Labour
is ono of the molt prominent Lawyers \ad
Montevideo and an author of note.
FERDINAND E. BORGES GUILTY.
AmnnlstoS PrssfRlapaU'h hy hpsolaj Win»
Boston. Mass. % Jun* fl—QriQty on two.
cotint a of conspiracy
lan-cnv was the jury'!
of Ferdinand R Bor*««, whoso
been in progress tor the Last three weeks
in the Superior Court.
Borges had beea indisted in rompsny
with former Congressman William D.
Owen of I ndiana on 526 counts of larceny
and two of conspiracy in connection with
TTomoting the Ubero Plantation Co. of
tost on and Mexico. Owen has not been
urn . ti*«l.
and 53 coturte of
CONVENTION OF HILLERS.
Attw»'lat*>l Itms Dispatch by Spwdal Wins
Milnuukos Wis., Jons 0.—Th» an
nual convention of the Miller« National
Federation will bo hold here on June 20th,
21st and 22d. An attendance of 1,500,
including a delegation of foreign visitors,!
Among the speakers will bo B. J. Roth
well of Boston, on "The Arbitration Com
mittee," Harry B. Hooker of Lansing,
Mich., on "The Model Local Organiza
tion, and H. B. Tasker of London,
Lug., on "The I'xport Trade." J
RELEASED FROM JAIL.
AmorlstM PriHts Dliipstcb by Special Wltm
I,os Angeles, Cal., June 9.—A writ, of
Imltras corpus yesterday released Nelli®!
Mundell Ij'h i» from jail and the control 1
of Judge Wilbur, who held her in eon
tempt of the Juvenile Court for breaking
her promise to him by marrying Bud
Ixtwis, many years her senior.
Tho writ wits issued by Judge
A. lirav of the District Court ol n
who released the girl wife upon SI
being furnished by her husband.
PAN AMERICAN 0ONGRE8I.
A aorta M Press Dispatch by Upsets' Wires
Washington, June 9.—Mr. Nabuco, th*
Brazilian Ambassador, will sail from New
York for Southampton on June 15th.
Ho will sail on June 25th from South
ampton for Hio Janerio, where he will be
of the Hraizilian delegates to the
third I'an-Amcricau Congress, beginning
Amoclstcd Prcsa Dispatch by Special Wlrea
Tokio, Japan, lutte 9.—M. t'chJda.
former Japanese Minister'to Chin«, ho«
relieved M. Hayashi as Japaner resi
dent-general at Seoul, preparatory to the
latter taking up the post of Miuister of
Japan at IVkin. __
Associated Press Dispatch by Special Wlrea
Huntington. W. V«., June 9-—Th*
plant of the Wert Virginia Brewing Go.
yed by fire .early today.
' $300,000, is partially wund
Amoclalcd Ft*»« nurpatrh-by Special Wlrea
Washington, Juno 9.—Weather fore
cast fnr Delaware: . .,
Partly cloudy tonight and tomorrow;
tonight; light to fresh southwest
See Seventh Page lor email Ads. received
too tale to classify
LIRST IN CIRCULATION
FIRST IN RESULTS.
The Circulation of Every
Evening yesterday was
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