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mir^Mrc* ^ IPTHE DAILY REPFBLICAN IS THE BEST AF TFfERMOON ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE CITY ■ ' • TRY ITS COLUMNS IF YOU WANT RESULTS. THE DAILY REPUBLICAN. TO-DAY'S NEWS TO-DAY. / ONE CENT. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1902. ONE CENT ) 'MANY CASES FOR CRIMINAL COURT. Two Capital Cases Included in the List for Trial. < FAHEY MAY BE RETRIED. Colored Preacher Must An swer Charges of Burglary of South Wilming ton Houses V The November term of the Su perior Court aud Court of General Sessions of New Castie County will convene at noon on Monday next. The Court of Oyer aud Terminer Will begin on Wednesday next. There are two cases that will come before tho Court of Oyer aud Terminer should the Grand Jury return true bills. They are those of " Vito Matarese, charged with felon ious assault, and John White, col ored, charged with murder. The graud jurors to sit at tho term are: Z. James Uelt, Brandy wine; William Beadenkopf, Wil mington; Joshua Clayton, St. Georges; Daniel W. Corliit, St. Georges; William Levis Diiworth, Christiana; Eli Davis, Mill Creek; James W. Green, Brandy wine; Wil liam K. Knotts, Appoquiuimink; William W. Knox, Wilmington; Or lando C. Magargal, Mill Creek; Hen ry II. McMullen, New Castle; Ar nold T. Naudain, Appoqiiinimiuk; William F- Reynolds, Blackbird; David C. Koso, Pouradei; Thomas C. Beeves, Red Dion; George W. Reybold, Red Lion; James II. Staats, Blackbird; Charles II. Sal mon, Pencader: George L. Spence, White Clay Creek; Charles F. Sher burne, Wilmington; William G. Taylor, Wilmington, Edward Wood ward, Christiana; Elwood L. Wil son, New Castle; Arthur G. Web ber, White Clay Creek. The jurors for the Court of Oyer and Terminer are : • ' B. Vance Armstrong, St. Georges: Richard Broxon, Christiana; James 11 . Batten, Red Lion; John .Barlow, White Clay Creek; William II.Clark, Brandy wine; William Cloud, I Ira tidy .wine; James Carpenter, St. Georges: William A. Coxe, Wilmington; John S. Dayett, Pencader; Richard T. -Ennis, White Clay Creek; Christian Frederick, Wilmington; William II Foulk, Wilmington; William it. Green, Christiana; Robert II. Hig gins, Blackbird; Everett Hollmgs jworth, Christiana; Enos C. IIcopcs, Mill Creek; Frank King, Newcastle; William Lee, Jr., Appoquiuimink; W. K. Money, AppoquiniminU; Tav lor Pierson. Mril Creek; Lewis B. Racine, Pencader; Atwood Ricardw, Red Lion; William T. Sawyer, Wil mington; John M. Valette, New Castle. White ts bet a boy and the.specific charge against him is shooting his friend and companion by the acci dental discharge of a revolver. The case of Mu La rose was con tinued from the last term at sion of Court of Oyer and Tor miner was held, 14 In the Court of (Janoral Sessions tho jurors are: Wilmington William 11. Davies, John R.Hudson,Harry 1). Simpson, James F. Wiis< Frank 1). Lao-key, James McKelvey ami Filins Colo. Brandywine Hundred Churlos E. Guest and Alfred I>. liunhv. Christiana. Th George G. Chandler. Mill Creek -Richard G. Fisher . Wi[li;u Id Liutoil. aud Frederick Bringbursi. QWhiie Clay Creak eon and He won B. Wriirht eorgo John New Castle J. Conner and Richard li. avis, Join Mug gi ii 6011 Pencader Thomas N.Lindcdl and Ilenry Kendall. Red Lion Francis J. M'*rriek. ii. Fi igar and i St. Georges -John B. Vandegrift, John W, Casson, Sr., and Isaac M. Green. Appoquiuimink Cornelius Davis aud John F. Lattonms Allred Watson aud iF Blackbird Charles Beith. in lbc court of Geueral Sessions there me a number of important cases to be tried. Included list, is tho case ol Patrick charged with subornation of perjury. Daniel Massey, colored, will be tried forfiUempted felonious assault, lie was arrested in the West Yard a few weeks ago bv Detective Junes. CM assey came from Salisbury on a freight train,accosted a white woman who was crossing the tracks and made an insulting remark to her. This she resented, and the negro sprang at her. The two grappled, and a de> iperato struggle ensued, in which a portion of the woman's dress was torn from her body. 1 Spencer Leo. colored, of Newark, has a charge of attempted murder to answer His wife is the accuser. Robert Graves, colored, must answer several charges of burglary in South Wilmington. He was ar rested by Officers Eakiu aud Bur chinal find when searched bo had a the t! of ed a the razor,a can opener that might have been used for of keys and some other- articles him. A charge of carrying conceal ed a deadly weapon was against him until the police "could Investigate certain cireumsh that lead them t "jimmy", hunch m tiie ing placed cos suspect him of being a burglar. Henry Honey, colored, must answer the charge of attempted murder. He shot William Caulk of Townsend. Thomas Sumaoll and Robert Townsend are charged with stealing a valuable mare Lewis Armstrong ol Christiana that ... ,, Corn Tluiearol Leivil eases on tho- Ilea «iom m-lo: lr.al an, argiunont at j beo. the term ot Superior Court. | able wore FINE FARM PRODUCTS. Aar ^Turnips Aaron Woodward, who farms on the road leading to tho Ferris In dustrial School, lias had unexpected results this year from his crops. One dozen ears of corn and three turnips that were brought to this office this morning by him certain ly are line products of Christiana hundred. One of the ears of corn is 13} inches in length. The others range from that size down to 10 inches. The turnips weigh 2, 2j, and 3 pounds each, are of line flavor and good color. The corn and the tur nips will remain here for several days. Wood ward Grows Mg Corn and Cliristiuiia Hundred Farm. An Su will will aud of col tho St. St. Or W. II. G. DELAWARE FARMERS WANT LEGISLATION. The Stato Board of ' Agriculture met at Dover yesterday, in connec tion with officials of the State Grange, the Farmers' Institutes of three counties and officials of the Delaware College Experiment Sta tion, at Delaware College, to discuss means of recommending to the Legislature that largo appropriati be made in order to prevent diseases of fruit trees throughout the State. A committee was appointed to prepare specific recommendations to be presented to the incoming j Legislature, passed favoring the enactment of such legislation as will enable tho State Board of Agriculture to exer cise its constitutional powers to suppress and abate the diseases of domestic animals. The Board favored the estab lishment of schools to instruct the students in agricultural subjects, preparatory to successful farming or to a full college course. A resolution was HORSE HAD HYDROPHOBIA. Iu Narrow Escape of Dr. H. P. Eves and Mrs. William Mullin. T. BOTH WERE ATTACKED. Marshallton Man's Horse Bit ten by Rabbit Dog While in This Dity. Mrs. William A. Mullin wife of AjMulIiu of Marshallton, f this city had narrow es'-ape on Wednesday horse which hydrophobia. Mrs. Mullin was attending to her household duties when her atten tion was directed to the stable by a loud noise. Upon opening the door of the stable to ascertain the cause of the horse's trouble the animal leaped at h m\ Fortunately Mrs. Mullin had only pari!y opened the door and in th; shut it and prevent the animal from catching her in its mouth Word was sent to Kiainensi j Woolen Mills Iu Mr. Mullin, but bo- I fore bis arrival homo the horse had done much damage in the stab'e. He could do nothing lo quiet the beast ho he sent for Dr. II. P. Eves, of this city who arrived at Marshall ton at a time when the residents ot' ! Willi: aud Dr. II. I'. F • liie village discussing Lbc prob able breaking loose liie animal and i,lie damage it glii do. They gave it as their the horse was mad. opinion that I >r. FJvca took off Ins coat and after roiling up bis sleeves went into t lie stable to ex amine the animal florae had gotten partly into lho By this lime th o ger .lud upon seeing Dr. Evos it ii. uttered a roar and sprang at llic outstretched ar m of 1 lie doctor, who uutil this time had'a idea that the as suffering from some other trouble. Tills ilea was diunelled Imw ed horse ever uv the actions of tlic beast in chasing the veterinarian and several who bad offered Hie doctor their assistance from the stable. Tho animal continued to make a noise between the neigh of a hor.-o and tho hark of lull ! Her log, to kick down o stalls in the stable and paw r« the door ariid manger in turn Filially a rope men went to the buy loft lr which position they caught the head deuud beast with a rope t! visit of plete \«*sl 1 of tin.* in; city Tli. *i bogi :ar which 11 10 horse kicked and pawed •(•iitimiuusly. A revolver wt secur ed and vmpl'* of bullets from it •rushing into its head A\ iiilo Mj. Mullin and a compan ion wore driving out Avenue on Tuesday night dog hit the horse Nothing was beard of iu Wilmington ut the ght of horse showed in won* sent Lancaster rook the shoulder, a mad do time aud nothing the bile until the dictations of hydrophobi and usee chase yet. 8 u I ■" I * U K «r rit>« The two masted soboonar Eva I). Rose is utfoadmg at the Shipley street wharf S;-veti Street aud Sewer Depart n«at,. pe -h pi;>e for the Will l.uuurli A llmi ed close To-morrow at 11.39 clock, one of tiie quartermasters boats which the l'usoy and Jones Company is build ing for the United States Govern ment, will lie launched. pect they Hep,,I,lieu... and li e „,ecrats a^reo that Clio Union Casual, ty and Surety Corn .my issuu tlio best Accident and Ilea Ii policies. Vandever.t l-ollaus j beo. Male Agents, Kuu.a iOl Jiqait. able Building. <u 0 ( 1 . Judge Cochran held an early sea u of City Court this morning. :uses that word caked sale four Miss slrcct. A numucr ol wore rooiinued. .o«:il lll. vily. home ADDICRS MAY on In crops. three this 13} range 3 and tur and LT V H , 1 ) Leader Declares Twenty-three Republicans Will Vote for Union Candidate. DEMOCRATS DISTURBED. These Political Purists to Meet Chairman Saulsbury in Dover to Discuss the Situation. Special to Tho Daily Republican. Dover, Nov. 11.—When the crowd assembled for the meeting of the State Board of Education and the various farmers' organizations of the State here yesterday, it soou be came evident thatthero was a large number of politiciana--defeatod aud successful-in the number. 'J he possibility of the election of J, Edward AddicUs to the United States Senate soon became the gen eral topic ot discussion and the politicians began to do some figur ing on the outcome ol the tirst bal lot, taken on tho first day of the General Assembly. Senator McFarlfn, who was de feated for re-electirn by the Demo cratic candidate of his district, al though always regarded as a con servative member stated that it looked to him like certain election for Mr. AddicUs. He was sure of twenty-three voles to begin with, and would get three more before the end of.Xhe tirst day's balloting, three more Republican members having declared in favor of the elec tion ot two scuators. As only twen ty-six would be necessary to a choice on the tirst day o( the session, ow ing to the tie vote in tho Ninth Representative district of Kent county, Mr. Addicks would, there lore, have the required number of voles. State of the Sta the to j of tho to of the was The Democrats were somewhat wrought upon by the assurance of the Union men, and resumed their talk of electing two senators—both to be Regular Republicans, for the defeat of Mr. Addicks. It is un derstood tiiat a meeting will be held in Dover, shortly, to confer with Chairman Willard Saulsbury, as to what course the twenty one Democratic legislators shell Lake Iu the important movement, A well-known Union leader said last night: "Let them elect two If they do ilie Union Republicans will so reorganize the party that we will sweep the .State for sound .Republicanism united party two years hence. And what of tl P. a Regulars of a j I ot' ! a two stool-pigeons who • ould be thus selected! Why they ' (, uld go lo Washington by the ■8 ol twenty-one Democrats and possibly live or six bolter Republl Thcy would be twenty Democrats, and what standing could they possibly have among the Republican Sena tors ol this country, even il two men could be procured to go there such a shady deal. " cans, twenty-sevenths oul uoder all Slii|>|ic(! Caper Machinery, The Pusoy and J ones Company to day shipped it Turg consignment of pajier lmudiinoiy to a Now England firm. The shipment consisted live bigdrying rolls. - • r j I mi iAr Sentenced to Pny Heavy Fine and be Imprisoned ior Five Years. th o to I). 14. 'Dio Frank Brown jury this uftciuoon, return ed a verdict of g vitb 1 ger «:d we with you their the illy ot niauslaugh 'ecomineiidation lor oicrcy. Tho court imposed a lino and imprison years. This is tlio ; *'ll a temm ol % l (j( ment for five lull ] Hiialty under tho law. verdict The as a surprise, as a first do the > •*.vpeeled. i z a 1 Y'ldititm You are ui •t cordially invited to any .lay our expense, irro •huthcr visit ' Moutros of the week ut speetive of plete purchi \«*sl mg Addition" 1 you contoni ga lioine.-iie or 111 - Real Estate, as wo are de esideut of this with s that city should at least have an oppor tunity of inspecting the finest suh .property surrounding Wil mington. For free car tickets, circa ■t. apply at our office 838 Market street, Mauagers. •hi jority suit. tho ulars' to with Larter and Morris, )iu Will Louv« The private combination umbia, which The and Foundry Company lias bee pairing, car Co! Cur rather Amt-Tic. r > wdl leave tbs shops '1 lie Co. umbia 1 h always usee as a private car and several idouvored chase it, but none have yet. on 8 u r. day. • l fifty iu to tially it of ate pass crush s li a v e pe to pur succeeded Coni Supply Kxliutilted. The coal supply ol Hi Forge Company has beci ed aud it Johnson exhaust as necessary to clay to close the plant, 'The officials pplv on .Sunday and up again on ex pect a new they hope to start Monday. S, the east streets, store ware joining l ake Sale To-night S. L. L, of Central Presbyterian Church will hold a calfu sale III is altcruoon and evening, from four to niue o'clock, al tlio home ol Miss ICva il. '1'aylor, 1U3 Tatnail slrcct. Tho V. 1'. . A. play Miss Muttio tdwain tris returned home from a visit to at. Uoora;os relatives. PYLE SAYS MISS YEATMAN WAS COLD AS 'A IT' ?v r h K< West Chester, Nov. 14. —Tho suit in whieh Miss Florence Yeatman, of near Kennett Square,geeks to re i i V 5 JT p am ?S es hom Dr. Joseph P- Pyle,for alleged aggrava ted assault and battery, was enliv-; ened yesterday when the defend-1 ant took the witness stand. Io re lated his visit to the Yeatman home 0n i chG ., U1 °' Ut Jauuar y 1,1100, and said: My wife received me pleasantly. I Our relations up to that time had been pleasant. I had heard that I she was Ihiukiug of making applies-! tiou for divorce and I went there for env.-r the the the be aud of the the it of the purpose of asserting whether it was true. My wife informed me that she had no such intention. Florence Yeatman told me that I ought to go homeithat my wife was nervous and ought to be in bed. X declined to go just then,as my wife did not join in requesting me to go. ■Miss Yeatman said: "The door is open and 1 want you to go out." I declined to go, but stepped forward to close the door. Miss Yeatman then tried to push me out. She then struck me in tho nose with her list, and caused it to bleed profusely. That made mo angry. I think I swure, but of that I am not sure. As Miss Yeatman renewed tho at tack on mo I caught her and threw her from mo. Just what happened thereafter I am not sure. I have no remembrance of striking her with my fist. There was a good deal of; confusion. My wife began scream ing and that attracted the other i py! e stated that relations bet ween him aud Florence Vcatmau, his sister-in law, had not been pleasant fur years before. W hen asked to particularize j he said: Ol), it was just in a general way. She interfered iuo u* family affairs, i women. On crDsB-examination Dr. of STORY WITH A MORAL. First Catch Y< lliii'fflnr Hr for* Scare Him io Death. Yc Folks on the East side are having I a good laugh at the expense of a 1 Spruce street with his experience with burglars the other evening. Shortly after he had retired, this mail's wife called his attention to mysterious noises on tho first floor. ••ami wanted him to get tip ami in vestigato. ilt/deciined to risk his head in i ( fiont of any burglar's revolver, however, and quietly arose, aud with tho water pitcher in one hand and the wash bowl in the other, lie ; onnoction uni. in tip-toed to the head of the? stairs t listen, burn enough, the noises were there, and down stairs went i the whole chamber set with all the speed ins brawny arms could give them. Tire crash that followed was tho : oul v noise hoard till nmminy, xvlieu v uMiuvrstitfaliouivw.'al- .1 .-vorvlhiiiK ■ 1 tl.o cat still tremt>lh>" illi fright, under tho dining-room > wonder tho neighbors if tla- bnnfiar 1,^1, tv, wv ; all right, ; falile. laugh i dots DEMOCRATS OPPOSED TO REPUBLICAN SENATORS. .... T .. r , ., 'Ihe Doinocratic League at its, meeting last uight oiatered tliefol letter eon to (he Dewomric ,,, Mietiil.r'-a Ot the leuurnl Assembly. Cl "J'.'l'.-Liuoires seem to pomt that pressure will be brought t; bear up-1 *-ho lJeuiDerHtie memb-rs ol tho next L- rislaturo (o alh, late with iry 98 Regular Republicans of that I p body iu an effort to elect two United 'Ciintors in order to success* th States fully ( list J. Edward Addicks from j , |\ political prominence in the State. "It will 1.0 doubt he pointed oat to you that inasmuch as our party cannot e'ect t wo Democratic United i Status senators and as iliero is dan 1 i : 196: ger of Addicks receiving the requir- 1 (,,i> «:d majority Iroai weakkneed Rug- 9t» ulara, ft is your dutv to vote with sa Democratic organ 1 your constituents, : (,) ^ we feel it is our plain duty to protest. against any such action, aud we un bcsitaliogly stamn the movemeut J with our disapproval. : 2 "Further, we desire to remind you lhatihose who favored you with , P-R their votes on November d, did it 1 ould 208; the Republican party of 110 matter '^ which fuetiou and it is. therefore, the Regulars ,and us i z a 1 1 o with tho thought that they wrest t he State I rum tho control of obvious how a coin prom iso by a ma jority with a minority, would re- j suit. Besides tho Democrats have; tho balance of power aud if tho 'Reg- j '^ av ulars' are sincere in their opposition to Mr. Addicks, they should affiliate is with the Democrats and elect two . < Democratic United States senators ! rather than the Democrats com promising with them. • l \Vo simply mention these things 1 because wo b lievo, after nearly fifty years, of Ropuldican misrule iu tho nation it would be far better to allow tho State to again go uu-j represented than tho party, essen-' ' tially of working men, should make it possible tiiat two iff ore hirelings 1 of giant corporations should become \ members of the United States Sen-, ^ n ate to use their vote and effort to pass measures that will further crush our American people. Fell 11 ml -( Spread i S, L. F'eii 8on have purchased the building of J. J. Smith, north- I east corner of Fourth and Shipley j streets, where they will run a seed ! store iu connection with their hard-1 ware business which is iu tho ad- | joining establishment. | Ta .... ' a . "Jack Consul le|has joined the A. result A. toot ball loam . a . probably play with them to morrow. , 1 been I on suit 1 If you had had fifteen years' exper j lonce with her as I have you would re- i know how it is. Dr. I On redirect examination, a long 1 letter, written by Dr. I'vle to Ins enliv-; wife, was submitted to the witness, and he was requested to read it re- j this letter Dr Pyio characterized j i„, Wlfe ' s sister as a woman "as cold as an Alaska iceberg, and venomous - as a serpent. " Extracts from the I letter follow had that I , h ? , r " elntl - v , J"? n ? 03 to what was to he for i B 1 von 0 ^ 7 ? n' ,u7' T* l tell you once lor all that slio has III .. . , , ,, , me KumEJf' v " lf j f lnstruollcms f', ' n T'° ° r '', er I 0n . "f' e '„ Slle was " J l !Y ,n . 0!,3 l « v n « on, X s ''" "T. m "l , lt 1 ^ " a 3 , " al ° ' cer aud llav « go. 5" es , cu and brol, ^ ut » court is w T' i c , ann "* I j " ',° USe 7.7 7o,n n 7 « i , g " ' Qlsewl ' , ; re ; J ."« I 77m 77 an Ala3ka lc3 ' inL n^/r r™. r h ? list, 7 I™, 7,7? b . to ," top ' *7*,'! ZA 1 , 0 stop tlle39 I or boar the oousequen alleges Dr. Pyle used on her in the sen file was produced in court, no a two edged blade, about six or of; f in,) R with him on the night of the visit t0 t]l ° Yeatmans as a protection i against highwaymen, but has no e recollection of having take of his pocket while in the house, hie thinks that tho mark on Miss Yeatman's forehead, which she j claims was made by the dagger, was caused by her head striking the edge of the sofa when lie threw her i away from him. The dagger which Miss Yeatman tho ty It seven inches long, and tapers to a Tho doctor said he took it out T H H I a 1 to , rouuJ yesterday in the open tourna meat of the Wilmington Country in i ( - ,,ub wa ® nofc productive of low scor ,n ff* °s the course, which is less than ').-' car 0 1 • *s, owing to roughness, hcult to play. In fact, six of the lie ; ]0,cS werc Included in a cornfield last summer, and the members of R. 0. Watson, Jr. Wins Medal in Qualifying Round Over Country Club Links. The thirty-six hole qualifying , . , i 0,1 Y "' 1K ° l,le m '' ,Ule of Au-uat. I\. C. n at son, Jr., completed the two rounds in 171 aud won the gold medal for the best score. club have been playing over them He beat : Claj ton Dlx.oo by a .'roko. Tiiasc v »"° t ?" f 2 ° th , e . " M * M 105 ' 1 f " r lU 'V'l'mi.gtou ( .up and in the set ' ul,d " ,xleeu for tlle ^"soialioo .... , ''/*thr.>ok. tf., -so - 1,1; (layton DiXou, Spring Haven, b()--80 — 1 /2; II. Pyle, Wilmington, D5 81—179; ; If. J. Baldwin, Brandywine. 89 -Dli !•'2; I',. 17 Mitchell, Cup were : First Sixteen.—R. C. Watson,Jr., Wilminglou i :2; H. P. Scott, Wiimiug lou f Pa ) Country (.,'Jub,sS -1)7 Is."; II. YV'.'i,dolor, St. David's, 95--P2 t , K . L ,. wK Laiisdowue. ur,— y.,. Iw ,, Martm, Brandvwiuo. ,,, ,,,_ m u r j. Iiov ,,, Milwnukco Cl ,, l7 „,,d_ l0(1 • Kkw . in(lk fl3 ■ mi I'Jl; J. Spvi ,,... n ;iv ,. n . q'jq,.,,,,,, Philadelphia Count iry n , lbi , JS w . C. , «1 r.,I'hilatlolplii.i Country Club, 98 9(5 19 1: J. E. Smith, Wilming 9.C UH; J. Fh Lancaster, 102 93 195. last ing II. W. 6011 I p man uesa. sex the the fi him j , |\ ) i',, (lS( ] |j l . i 1 .Second Sixteen S. K. Smith, i Wilmington, lul -95 -190; \V. C. *.>r, Jr., Wilmington, 97—99 : 196: A. C. Gray, Wilmington, lul- - 1 (,,i> **• BLon. S]»ring Haven 9t» 101 197; J. II. St. John, Dela waro G'a.) lot 90 -200; W. G. Penny pucker, Jr., Hilmiugtou, 102 : (,) ^ B ^ sine1 '; Philadelphia Fountry ( lob. 9'J- 102 -201; L. J. Wendell. St. Davids, 101—■ 10. L— 2b I; J- ( . Jackson, W iliningtun, 195 loi : 2 o-;.l II. Pratt, Westchester, 101 'JjDt F-Garrett, Wilmington , P-R P' 1 Wilmington, loJ McIntyre, SpringTlaven. 10B —105— 208; 11. L. Tatnail, Jr., Wilmington, '^ M'- (r - Garrett, .Wilmington, Ho lul 211: b. B. Jacobs, Westchester, 108—105—213. The first and second rounds at will on be II. G. Penny pucker 104 -207; W. S tion to-day lid j ^ateli play are the attractions to j '^ av - Tho drawing for to-day's playing is as follows: . < hampioiiship Class - Watson, Jr., vs. L ! K. Martin D- B. - '. E. Fh Mitchell vs. Curtin Tilbon. Fi. Wendell vs. J. E. Lancaster. II. Pvle vh. II. W. Brown. plant the R* '!,• Hflhlwiu vs. J. Barry, ^ )'• * vs- J* R ^ndth vs - )' • R- Hnustou. ' / H 1 x 011 vs. L. T. Boyd, fousolatb S. Iv- Smith vs. W. C. Jackson, VB ^ - ^ ^ n ^! re notified month late vania 25th, II. K. Turner vs. A. H. G. Garrett A. U. Gray vs. F. s. Garrett. II. P. Dixon vs. II. T. Pouny fore of drug istored 7 packer. E- J. Wendell vs. C. B Jacobs. \y. a Tatnail Jr. IViinypiirkoi- vs, II. L. W. C. Spviiauce vs. J. H. Pratt Hillen Hy I usee Ta ylov D. Wiekersliam is nursing a badly swollen right hand as tho result of what he believes t ;o have been the bite of an insect, inflicted on Monday last. at I SERVICES FOR CHILDREN. Missionary I'r India to Speak ii vare Avenue Church. Delu r A children's service will bo held in Delaware Avenue Baptist Church Tuesday evening, under the au spices of the Home Missionary So ciety. An interesting feature of the meeting will be an address by Miss Julia G. Craft, a missionary to In dia, being a teacher in the Basein Normal School at Burma. She will tell of her work among the chil dren of India, and her talk will bo illustrated by stereopticon views. long Ins cold the he has III PROHIBITION ALLIANCE. At Meeting <> Will tii Monday Night JMr. Khvood * Some Kemiiiineeuceg. , er 1 « "* ' ' or A meeting of the Wilmington Prohibition Alliance will be held in the Board of Trade room, Equitable Buildiug, on Monday evening. Besides the regular business, which will claim attention, the pro gramme will include short address es, songs, or other entertainment by the candidates who were on tho at tiie late olectiou. The Bov. R. A. Elwood will give some reminiscences of campaigning in Delaware. ticket 'MEN DISCUSS ADVANCE. K. Thpm and Some Can Hardly Kvalixe it. The advance in the pay of the rail road employes is the sole topic of conversatson among tho men to-day. The announcement came as such a surprise that some of the men can hardly believe their good luck. They are ail figuring out how much each Individual will be advanced on his present pay, and as the results are obtained they are at ill more surprised Some of tho trainmen asked for an advance two months ago but they were not given a decided answer To these man the announcement was not so much of a surprise as to those who did not expect an Increase, Wilmington Hunter in Tlio Went. J. Jackson Pierce this morning received a letter irora J. M. 0. Rod ney, who is at Stroud, Oklahoma Territory, under date of November 11th. Mr. Rodney said that he was just starting on another camp ing trip into the Creek Nation. Ducks are coming down into the lakes near the Deep I-'ork River in immense numbers, anu Mr. Rod ney is going to try his luck with them, Mr. Pierce acccompanied Mr. Rudney West some weeks ago, but was compelled to return home ow ing to an injury to Ins left eye, Whi'e the eye still gives him much trouble, it !j improving as rapidly caa be expected. 51 id salt. The sale of all the real estate of Levi c. Bird will tatce place on Wed nesday next. Included iu list of propertiesg are tho MoItiUre Farm In Pencader Hundred, which should attract at tention as one of the finest of the smader farms in the countv: bis splendid country residence Top, '' and the property l'i25 M street. The latter is a three story brick building with a frontage of thir ty feet, and is an exceptioualiy de sirable ; rope iffy.. fame as Itii; Surpri It a C. she and is cy. to bill and has is next teat id rket of St. Autlrrud Hro!h« i rht St. Andrew's Unapt ei Brotherhood of St last evening and elected the fo'.u ing officers: Director, E. B. rector, H. E. Speaxmt Charles B. ,j Me; Coy; Vice I Ti - ' i r-' r, Wfi, i. Thoma Richard M I. Nat; uber of va> admitod as x in 6011 lei H ii (.ui.s, Joseph (b oss a well-known sports man another victim o! forgetful uesa. This morning he went to Sus sex county with dogs to bunt for game to-morrow. He left hi 9 guns in the baggage room while waiting for the train and so interested did iie become in conversation with his fi tends that he boarded the train without his gutia. They were sent to him on a later train, however. r< lie! House •a their A ■ ( It lilcyrlo Club \n!i:vi'i>ury. The Wilmington Lbcyc'.e will celebrate its eighth analv? on Wednesday evening next. An in teresting programme has bean ar ranged, aud toe entertainment wwl be lor members on./. <" ub irsarv m*a fere mem city, the Both aa foot lobe called be 18 to the The power house for the K<*nnett Wilmiugtou trolley road at Kennett Square, has been Completed. It is expected to have the road in opera tion by January 1st. The *-li(irtllilgv IN!.Uc. ard E. Wales, ; j in Chester to-day in the iutereat of the Short lid ge heirs. ii; :.-;s and C. L I ud.lliiu; Mills The puddling department of the Diamond State Steel Company'a plant shut down to-day owing to the want of coai. Hi Colonel John Waiuwright has been notified that a pension ol $10 per month has been granted Joseph Cash, late of Company "B", 90th Pennsyl vania Infantry, to date from June 25th, 1002, the U 11 For Ennis Tho seen Miss Iieita Everson will recite be fore tho Clirisfcia of the Forest Presbyterian Church Middletown this evening. The thermometer at W. C. Tavlor'a drug store 302 King street to-day rej istored as follows: 7 o'clock 19 o'clock 1 o'clock I. Calvin the It will reach Tlit fold ( li l 30 00 fo Edward .Miles is visiting friends at Townsend. I SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING They Mot Summit! Itridgo Yostorduy, Fleeted 011icci>, and Heard Reports. Delu r The fifteenth annual convention of tlie New Castle County Sunday School Association was heid in the Summitt Bridge M. E. Church yesterday. Offi ccrs were elected, addresses were made, and reports received from the secretaries of the different Hun dreds. The majority of the old officers were re-elected: Professor II. S. Goldey was re elected president and Charles II, Gray, recording secretary. J. C. Pyle was elected corresponding secretary and treasurer to succeed Joseph II. Hamilton, resigned. Samuel II.Bay* nard was elected secretary of the ex ecutive committee. held au So the In will bo The secretaries elected for Wil mington were as follows: First dis trict, Miss Mav Ilaconisecond district ! J. C, Pyle; third district, A. A. Wil- I 30, mot; fourth district, Aubrey V ver; Ullh district, George W, .Sined in by per le lev. Addresses were made by Mrs. M. G. Kennedy of Philadelphia,the Rev. C. T. Wyatt, oi Middletown,tho Rev, Joels. Giipillao, D. D,, and the Rev. Robert Watt. 795. TO BUILD TROLLEY' ROAD. I Wiilian E. I'olk I This City Si Light I A trolley road will bebuht between Middletown and Odessa and Willi: K. Polk of this cilv is now in Middio Wuy for >; bate it town securing the right of way. .Several years ago a charter was ob tained fur a railroad, but the same was blocked by an injunction. The pro posed road may be a link of the ex tension of the New Castle and Dela ware City line. paid ing and PLIC1TY IN BIGGAR CASE. | Freeho'.d, N. J., Nov. 14. —Dr. C. |phia, C. Hendricks, proprietor of a sani- the tarium at Bayonne, where Laura ■ phi Biggar stayed after the death of the late Henry M. Bennett, to whom nod she claims to have been married, land and Samuel Stanton, formerly a Justice of the Peace In Hoboken, who with Hendricks and Mias Biggar, is alleged into a conspiracy oilier heirs of the ARRAIGNED FOR COM than the track about tho 'i the ing "' r I rectors ... 'riesdav. to have eutered to defraud the Bennett estate, were called Left re Judge Ileisley hero to-day to piead to an indict ment charging them with conspira cy. Each entered a plea of nut guilty. Stanton also eutered a similar plea to a indictment charging h rn with perjury. The trial was set lor Nov ember 24. It is not known whether a true bill has been found against Miss Biggar, as she was not in court, and the indictment, it there be one, has not been recorded. Mias BiL r ir is under bonds to appear next week to answer any indictment teat may be found. Charles Lodi; A eiiucl W<,i >.) i.i ire and eutortainmont m 9 ot tho in 8 1 • c nnie to-muirnw evt Die, N . 9, La 1 To: it a due id th. MOULDERS STRIKE Mil LLi7. Have Been Granted Mini ,j aium \Vaqe of 27-2 Cents an Hour. Me; Nat; !'. A-.s i. lent of du . i'D. H. v ii. lei ? foundry, and three re.seii t ativi re] ceut •ruatioiial Mouldon* l ui'-n co 11 fere nee lie! 1 a .'hi v ton iii the House y irday atteruoon, the aim as to sonic •a between local moulders their Mr. for the Niitiounl Founders lm 1. Fi ve <_• tllipio : \V:!iiiv A ■ iatit n, an ( uniatti th;: vice pie-; lent of Maul lers u >n al the i*d* It agreed that the in ; :a i 'cuts HU h»ur. union he! 1 ■ids Libary Hall H )f the co mouider m*a in 8 " cimipanv, hear tie re ' ' UL >st r ad. fere nee. Mr. Fry 1 the f the The mem be 1 The J vania Front have road I This city, will p. 1 y the strong eleven from Railroad the Kennett 8(jiiatc High School, men, Both teams arc evenly matched and ben aa both have good reputations as employes foot bail players, the game promises lowing lobe interesting. The game will be called at 3.39 p. m. Admission will be 18 cents. Women will l e admitted j tioii to the grounds free of charge. ii; :.-;s w.ii ho not;lied this af the settlement. I the [» to the 'Th • i HI - 1 1 To-morrow afternoon at and Union Streets, the Olympia A. C. the crack foot bail team of tlila men. trainmen, penters, section meu. watchmen, offense Thomas jaml is sent up lor sixty days. Hunting rest all tramps employes S. loU. ; Horatio Bim vn was eommitio 1 to the Judge n the charge of vagrancy, similar U 11 ran o For a Ennis w.'i Tho police seen in Wilmington. < I'llilippilios I. -vi A Bovtdlotio Sent to-.lnv a I, ux U) jioiitcirmt ') I Calvin Bcrlulctto. win. is 'now in | thi »city, the southern part of the I'liilini.inns ! Is It will lake six uv ksfor Hi • box l..;"?*!" reach tin- Lieutenant who will J 0 "" 11 (loul.tlcss be ilelighte.l to receive l ,ruvu, reminders of home. properly cation Tlit West End will play Frauk- jndc fold at tho readiug room to night. ( li l i-I ilia ■NIT? i V if AM VAtrtoi! of Offi were the re II, Pyle II. ex Eight Thousand One Hundred and Eighty Men on P. B. & W. Division Affected. A VOLUNTARY INCREASE Railroad Company Decides to Share its Immense Wealth With its Em ployes. Number of employes, 106,000. Men allected by increase, nearly 100,600. dis ! W ages paid for year ending Juna I 30, 406,248,581. Average per man employed, $503. Average per man per day, $1,62. Estimated total of wage increase, $6,000,000. Equal to dividend on slock ol three per cent. Gross earuiugsfor 1901, $101,329,* le M. 795. Dividends to stockholders, $10, By voluntarily granting a ten per cent, advance in wages to all those I permanently in its service who are I receiving less than $200 amooth, the Pennsylvania Railroad will distri bate among nearly one hundred thousand employes about $6,000,000 more pay per year, scale and with the present pay-roll it Is estimated that the total At the new wages paid by the company for the cusu ing year will reach $70,000,000. Dating from November 1 the ad vance applies on the entire Pennsyl vania system east of Pittsburg. Eria and Buffalo, to all lines and shops !operated directly by the Pennsyl | vanian Railroad. This includes tho Pennsylvania proper, the Phlladel |phia, Baltimore and Washington, the Northern Central, the Philadel ■ phi a and Eric, the West Jersey and. of Seashore, the Western New York/ nod Pennsylvania, and the Cumber-* land Valley, which is operated in dependency of the Pennsylvania. ALL CLASSICS INCLUDED No one in the service receiving less than $209a month is excluded from the wage advance. Trainmen,' station agents, switchmen, freight handlers, car cleaners, flagmen, track hands, clerks, engine drivers, supervisors, men in the shops, and about tiie roundhuuse all share in tho higher pay. 'i lie advance does not extend to the employes of tho company operat ing the Pennsylvania Itailroud's anthracite coal mines. The advance in pay is made in ac cordance with a resolution of the di I rectors adopted ala meeting Wed 'riesdav. It was planned to apply to ■ every oue outside tlie olfi Explaining the action taken, Charles F. Pugh, second vice preai d the Pennsylvania Railroad, The •once was made because • c leit that the men fully deserved ise it was properly j is enormous it a rid a No be due them. < 'ur business handle it hi required in ti the part of our i''U]LoyC3. Then, tuo, Lire cost of liv 1 exertion i.oji e.i.-.td. t able t i gi' ha a.lv nnce, t lie circum Icmid, and i we ■■ was v-ji.t.'.vTAtr l.a 1 no j ht t •omj)any action cntir men are affected . but as I i >w m ii t amber ? cui:.-iilcrablv ■r ninety per in the Pennsylvania Rail uumli**r ceut 0 tie* WILM re v . JTOM 1 ei'ont juhiiation among \V:!iiiv employ •• fthe Penu :ti •ster lav 10:1 notice of posted. 11 un til© ali wore the announce Si* ot i*d* l i 11 i la-- \vl| '• 1 I t eat tin* ! ■ 1.*r i< duo bv the cimipanv, the la.st ear being t lie UL >st pl'> r ad. >le in the history of the The ineiYei ;!1 mean to ein il be retire 1 hereafter eing rated according I a;d at retirement. I'etween the Penusyl vania management and its employes have always been i*.>rdial. The rail road has not had a strike for years. This divi.-ion of the Pennsylvania Railroad gives employment to 8,180 men, nearly ad of whom will be ben edited by the im-reaso The employes are divided into tho fol lowing classes: tioii •ho the [» 1 to the 'Th • i lat »n *alar Officers, o<>; general office clerks, gents, 288; other sta 'ii, 791: engineers, 291; fire men. 399; conductors, 288; other trainmen, 839; machinists, 328; car penters, 454; other shopmen, 590; section foremen, 109; other track meu. 1.798; switchmen, flagmen and watchmen, 531; telegraph operators jaml dispatchers, 807; employe* of Hunting equipment, 10; all other employes and laborers. 1,02 4; totals S. loU. ; station Developing llillcresl. The.Sui'Durban Lan.l Company, ot thi »city, -vitli a capital ut *100,000, Is '^vcloping the new suburb ol Hill. l..;"?*!" 00 f" e , l ' ar . b - v tr ' ,lle - v lln « » <1 * 0 "" 11 - Hoigias. The im ,ruvu, " eills , 1 unv , boll, t. r " ia ' ie lt) lll « properly will make it a delightful iu cation lor a heme. It is only liftoeit jndc Iroai tlio centre of tdj