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IHB DAILY REPUBLICAN
'> flonthvtui Corner Third and Kina utrnjt*. GIORGE IV. VKBXOS, 1M&! lo 1901. Published Daily, Sundays E::.*eptod At th(* Republican Building by tlie Republican Printing and Publishing Company. n. WALTKIt VKRNON, President. Xilltur ,niJ I'a'jtislii i K ART mil (. DAVIES, Managing Editor PRICE, DAILY ONE 1 ENT. By Mail. Pontage Prepaid. | Pally per month_ § Daily per annum. ...*3.00 Payable in advance. Caah sent through ' s risk: all remittances ahould be ir»d letter, postofli* rw k. ii will be at the send express money order, Telephone-Editorial >1; Del mar via HJI. , second floor, D A A r Publication ofllce and advertising department, first floor. DA A, 991; Delmarvia m n:; Ed tend at the Wilmington PostotlTce as second i * M79 8 matler uu< * t ' r °* Uoiitfrtss of March I, Wilmington Del., December 18, 1909, The Dcmocrati(! >Iulc. K Eighteen Democratic members of 3 Hie General AHsembly held t ference yesterday in this city, ami | the newspaper reports added naive ' ty that "Willard Sattlsbury also was | (present.'' Of course, no Republi H can in this city, save one, knows what transpired at that, conference. B The one exception is the self-sufli Ev cient chairman of the so-called Ke lt - .publican State Committee. Tele fc (phonic communication between him 'and Chairman Saulshury who "also lose and confi a GOD g* Avas present" is K ■flential that lie no doubt knows all that happened yesterday, if any thing happened. What was agreed upon without iPeradventure was to offer united Democratic support to the "Regu j lar" Republicans in the organization t t>f the two houses at Dover. That | I Is the pending Democratic scheme. I \j3ere is the Delaware ( Deck offer [ lug to lead the Democratic mule iu jj t to the Republican Troy, bearing all p sorts of Christmas gifts, r \We stop long enough to warn the ; Republican members, regardless of i taetioqpl idiosyncrasies, against er. The Republicans can wtf together to organize tlie two houses, therefore they must get to gether. Whoever stands in the way of party organization is a trai tor to the party and will be nailed tu the cross as such. thia Appeal to Methodists. Methodist lush ops have flu appeal to Methodists in all parts of the world to inaugurate a spir itual advance beginning Sunday, December 28th, and continuing tainly throughout the* three suc ceeding days, ending wi;b night service on the inst day of the current year, time set apart for the Tweutc*th •Uentury undertaking. Tin* ■ COO,000 fund has been raised and American Methodi lianeiully as Avell anchunsl us this time. Indeed. M:ii barely held its own in mini hers. Koav the time for special prayers, recommended bv the lush be in behalf Twentieth Uentury that has failed. The bishops re commend that these hair days at the end of the "1 1 year h» ; lojimved in the new year 1 . The address is bisboi (South, ami from r t<' to them thus far. th perioi will he l- i in the manner »••• ■ (iiiUi-mied l>\ them. i*r ■ate!. This nv-mii cmN th** •til has IS I ,,f : 1 m l* r v 11 by colit U [if tlm Metliulgl l 'Lmwli .ol .*ve the A cablegram tr* »i:i <; night states thar cations «r y eld to the hIih - Leatling iN»sifI'*nts cl iding p oniiuent m« «gri( i.lture. di Unlit Will l»racti' i I! 11 • • w iiml in President t-' to I'nited SLh* to t ffert a > *u Btato til'.: \. Bile <'Fill 1 • > : t naiiona) Ii■ - 1 .• r (ill the •; 7iiit in f •. ■ lie lw-d In IIIU ignti .1 of 11 'MllH Yei:cz i<' uiilly »* a i 11 that tiler ■ IS hind;.". :■ rml 1 - tlm sui! i that I'r.t .ii .... . tory even h i of . 1 ' affairs. Ilea of a w ati'i ntfTrp, im Iiid111 States, w A Herlin herimiuy j elare tha 1 •e-ideut '■ »nsji! Castro's i. I *• quilt c any gi lant»*(» sho il l d. -id * him A st r in • with «-I l • final I \ an- I'. i v - It Vis; Avar,! at >.M!dringlta deel :iiv that Hntai; Loud I* e.l by the K; ed m \Vn.-hii.gion five of (»n*at llir.i is to fore** the Cn:i fcuine the obli.vt . ■ against \h*nez AJonroe d< Tin* which the allies In ford' d ;i t\ nm le gra\ tuitions '•ii i mkhtionnl war Admiral Dewe.v -•'I «•;, - *r -led he 5 m *!.' i to he *r B'.wcn lor g dispat. I'oa si N BRENNAN'S BEG STORES Parlor Lamps Will Be Open Every Evening Until Christinas. Toilet and Dinner Sets n A ■a ®!®*-'PRESENTS FOR EVERYBODY 43Es=||ES! mil M-s™ gglgsp mamsBSSm You'll save worry, trouble and cash by first looking- through our Handsome Display of Holiday Goods, variety and covers a wider range of merchandise than can be found elsewhefe in Wilmington. Our stock embraces a greater V mm 4* # 4 V *-• / nm m:\niiif'. HMDMlME imil'HiltS, lOllFLL ItKiS, I'ARLOR LAMPS, PARLOR HIM is. Fi ll; FICTIUB, ioiiet sets, FIBER SETS. BABY CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS, OIL IIEATIRV, CHILD'S ROCK I IIS, CHILD'S CHAIRS, CHILD'S COLCHIS, CHILD'S LOLHES, mi* FIRS, MVLISH MILIIYERY, LADIES' COATS, LADIES' WRAPS, MISSES' COATS, IMBKELLAS, IIAAIIKEKCUIEFS, ME,VS OVERCOATS. ,i*&? .Gb'-G ROYS' REEFERS, WM \ M m mm JEWELRY. WATCHES, V; . •V N 1 HATS, M fr/xj&*> %- i '.1 SHOES, FCRAISHLYOS. mmm i 1 G A SHORT SEASON REQUIRES QUICK SELLING. QUICK SELLING MEANS LOW PRICES. Like this at $4 -■ v' v / 219 Market St. 221 Market St 33 styles, all decorated, from p $2.50 to $15. sal Cham her Suites from $ 12 to % 1 . Suite comprising bedstead, bureau, Avashstand. 2 chairs, rocker, table, towel rack, mattress, spring, 2 pillows, 1 bolster, and a 9-piece set of decorated china for Upholstered Rockers l>3 patterns in great vari ety of covers Grom §2.50 to $1.1 Bissell Carpet Sweepers $2.30 kind for $1 .,10 $3.00 kind for $2.2(1 Parlor Suites 5(1 different styles of suites, in all covers, I'roni $12.50 to $150 Combination Cases 21 styles from $7.50 to $3(I Quartered Oak,Mahogany Draperies and Rugs Damask Draperies, in. rich de signs. from $2.50 up. 54-inch Wilton lings, exquisite designs, at $1.50. Like this at $5- 1' 0 7:: styles, till shapes, from 95c to $3. Chiffoniers Fancy Rockers Hall Morris Chairs Like this cut Racks •YH TO t $6 50 V Like this at i'/ J X I , ; y* m Like this fit Like this at STJL T $2.25 A great variety in all woods from $3.75 to !i $6.50 CL. $8.50 Its M i i * l 1 |)atterns f r o m $28. 20 styles in oak, and mahogany, from $5 25 H $1.75 l. S6. I N» 30 styles from $3.50 to $54. I! i I to $20. r" \T—*£3$, r Music Cabinets 1 - in Wardrobes Tabourettes Costumers :i|! \\M w \Js: S3 t(. $20 2 S Styles ii 85c i : 15 styles From 48c to $6 ? i 3251SE r $6.50 to $60 ( Hlicrs 50c to $3 50 l' rom c_ - 4 L : r ,f, i idgi snionaulE Furs Women's Fail and Winter Costs ii r H i Ion's Overcoat I N fi |i A sttr.vrb cull ecu, n of the latest and best in lb s is ready every!«.<]y interested in 1'urs. Not tlie is the PRICK, which in every instance asermav well rest satis ^ to better appreciate these coat values you sh^ld examine them, i hey can stand every test o! criticism and comparison. They are neat and nobby—strictly in style and perfect fitting. They are thoroughly well made. ✓ At $10.50 for the $15.00 Kind. / Winter Overcoats of heavy till- / wool materials, dark brown color, conservative box style, 11 inches long, double stitched seams, raw edge; mohair serge lining and sleeves are lined with Skinner's satin. A splendidly tailored gar meet that fits perfectly. Sizes: 31 to 11, including stouts and slims. for t >!1 51 * iC-ast miportaut teatim stands for a value w ilh which llie tied. These I ; urs are strictly fir.'t c f ILi jiurc -c'ass. r\ $7.50, $8.50, $10.50. 12.50, $15.00, $20.00, $25.00. y just a few pointers: jtjT] $5.00. $7.00. $10.00. $11.50. $13.50, $15.00. $20.00. len s Suits $16.50 to $18,50 Values. f 1 I ,| I i ' 9J Fashionable Fail Suits HuiltSil s B ii Materials are cheviots, eassimeres, undressed or fat. cy worsteds, in very select range ol colorings: dark tl.xtoid diagonals and black styles conservative or lively; some undressed worsteds for those who don't mixtures. a 'I he stamp of approval will be placed on our suits the mo They deserve every consideration from Kach is a value in the true sense of the ' mein they are seen, prospective purchasers, word. Come and see them tomorrow. wear Coats are mostly t ;-bmton sack shape; many of them in the new tiont; a few 3 -button double breasted sacks in ike lot, many of them all hand tailored, splendidly trimmed; suits that will surprise you. A full line of sizes for regular, stout or slim men. ; I I $9.00, $12.50, $!6.00, $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00. Brass Enameled Bedsteads with Spring, at $5.00. is styles, from $-1,00 to $18,110. Baby Carriages 1003 patterns from $0 to $13 Go-carts, $3,50 to $12,00. Odd Parlor Pieces Extension Tables Reed Rockers Couches 28 styles, from $15.00. Roli Top Desks • ) to ; »o styles, 5-.I>0 to S U).(M). 1*5 styles, > ; 5.o() to $-o.O(). h'roin <•». i to f 1 '».(H i. ; styles, $0.00 to $(5O.0O. 4 Ladies' Parlor Ifte't WW'*' Book td—I'if vvG'; Tables Desks Cases b' China Closets » |; . s/jHi* twl M m Like this at \ ri £2 j»A Like this at $8.50 48 styles in oak, maltog jb any, curly birch, and / bird's-eye maple, from l Like this at j II $2 t «... it $6 II m Like this at $12 1 57 other styles in nil l finishes, from / . S I f 1 Ji 17 others from L India Seals Like tin., at $1.50 to $18 m $3.75 lo $33.50 $4.50 to $32 r ~J, ' l 0 other patterns from \v f r •• $1 iL $8 to $40 Goods Sold Now Delivered as Late Christmas Eve as Desired. cJ the I'nited Stales d* that . break n»e vi "i i ul I he cables icin re i- danger of i Mini*t'*r H'»wen - of is l')W 111 Hi'at aim the l nit. .1 il. ma ii the v* i; 1 li a C|. vcli.ixl's V< if I !o ( ongress apply '-''age insist ■real arhitratio retcrenee to tie- hoiindurv dispute then pend hi d t. i'i-day !• • 1 idly read the advertiso 1 II E I ul * igtoni Dm i.v Ki m our paper and <•< mem that by o ,:ug »w 1 save tli« price of i a .i i m *r g ad van tag'* of tho * nrj'lo bv tlie mer my sii evs t h h pin ti a 1 v irili of *.ilioll**r clui'llS if true m To til.* Im tiler * gr.-at deal of vnlu its for the advertisers c I'M"' " tell what tliev' h:ivj to s'*ll and the pi'n■'.*s at win ' i they sell it, and the f ■arefill it \f !jo keel in of a wiys ii:i I the har^aitt* wants aui pratir lln*rjhy. ■n it tlie biuin* ii • that Iih th« uilfi: mar, H.wk you selected your <'lirist ' Search the street* as i you ■ill not he an easv may. it fuel one t< your liking. Perfect trees are almost, as hard to ; Iiml as perfect men. .-.peels In some .. alike unde: th»»v are gr.i ergi'uwn ever grt i*n. . In these chilly days tlie farm *r ilh a forest near and his piled with fuel, ei j mg with complacency. Tim snow ; may pile up, the harbors ice ovi r I the win Is howl. He can toast I lshed regard his eall | | I his toes before a eli'cu'ful blaze and i not worry. 1 : 'Unis ought to he a record break ing Christmas for charity, ease with which thousand* have gathered in their hundreds of thous | amis ought to make easy purse strings and willing hearts. For the and tlie sick and the distressed. 1 tin* halt and tho blind a 1 wavs with us. Tlie the h we hav i light d , member that the true spirit of the Christmas holidays is self denial and accordingly proceed to par* down the price of turkeys re All the Eastern cities have I*eon having horse shows, and yet the i smart fellows have been telling us • the past five years that tho f horse has no show. T ( J '•Mr,-* I ording of ads is to he cultivate l. Short and Tkksi-jnf,ss in a pructict .'ey a tin impress themselves more quickly ones. mtaining many ften succeed in hiding what is most do sired to he brought out. Hiort, sentences are the lri| ontencf ! 1,,n ' <l tl,HW Long sente ! unelesK adverbs and adjectives . hammers ol the English language, from under which no one who can read at all <:a 'scape. I I 1 1*1 l-lci ! dvr iliv I Km lilt' wi "(»li. I'm sure she isn't as old as slm looks." "I'erhnps not. hut I i older than she thinks slie look sure sh e's "Let it he understood," said Miss Pnasay. ''that I want ! likeness; a natural my features that "It* that case, maaiii. replied , the photographer. "J must ask you | to pay in advance. " genuine reproiluctioii of - "I uuderstai il you've lieen giving impression that 1 j very body t) tvas drunk the* other night " Why. my dear man, you Avere •omparat ively sober '' "Hut vou told j j 1 iiuo i-eople I , as drunk as 1 could ho." ' Not at all. i said you were a could he." S Vo "I wish.** said Jack's vife. "that <1 lelepln » t" Jack to dav. J y , ask linn if he thought I'd ( ^. ou ! ' Hut \ i tu I if ere lo dine with us to-night " • I ( an t dine w you." replied .Mbs IVnchison '■VYhat's your idea, anyway: 1 aski d him to-day to get j spruce up i | cut and a sin lohn Simpsi i. 10 years arretted lust gill by i lie you;Ii ran i sergeant ay from | White ; Derry man, Md . i I n lal her came here this ci a v s hack home. ' 'itching heniorrlioid- were ! plague of my life. Was aim : 1 ). iid. s ( hutment cured m » quickly •ntly, al ter doctors ha i Cornwell, Valley; I street. Saugerties, N. Y. j fi, l perm, failed. " ('. F'. avlor (V Fullerton's Blood Puri *d blood medicine, W. C. Taylor, I3U2 King street. for i 1 OBITUARY. J'lorence Johnston, the B2 old wile of Howard s. Johnston, of Newark, died yesterday, al wnl take place torment lu be made year The fuller - - ' Saturday. In in Wink* Clav ecu:el cry. •- Till!.? .i I ■ iiair y "blig.'ttiuiif oory ■ linigL'UK lulu. •i.S, Wliull-Nllf I-.IK i !... •rimily blot I I'll./p llll) I ,11- MM and , \ >r Hi y one of Carttnell. (Sixth Mad is m slivets the|(j(J TO Yerger's FUR SUIT ( ASKS. IMIBKS, BLANKETS. Ii IRXESS, &c. No. 11 liasi 1 liird Street. | . + TROLLEY ROAD TIED UP iiynamo in \ ml ( til .. I ill 'J he enure system or It ,5 W Himos ton City Kai.wuy Oinipauy wtu tied up lor nearly mi hour yesterday at ternoon because of the blowing out of a dynamo m tlie new powei CUIS could not move until steam as generated in llis Uelaware Ave oue plant, and Uie dynamos there SUll ' 1Cl1 "P- . ii loin oiitiou. The committee representing the ministers and luyinuo of Wilmington in connection with the \V. (T. C has issued a call for a convention w hlch '5 d lo-iiay in tlie I>o .'ourl House. Flie quest ion of "Local < Fplion" is being cousiilered. The com it tee is com posed ol Henry K HiciC'.'ls, chairman; the Lev. .1. J j...,-!...,,, secTclary ; the Rev. Itohert Wan. the Kev. Robert A. KI«.,<,<1, the lie*. George V. lb,II, ami Ul0 Kev. <) G. buildniL'iu,,. as ope A ifHiiitor. ' Janitor Ewing of tlie police btatiun is a happy man to-day because his wife lias presented him with a a Christmas gift. i.Jss MAY EXTEND LINE Tlu> \A' iI ini iii: i CHv Hailutiy l uinpimv Ma,\ Kmi I.iiieto l.uml»nr<|y C' The^ndications nr« tlmt ilui-inir t l,« coining year the Wilii,in B l.'S City limiway Company will extend its Washington street lmo to],, hardy Cemetery. The Water Com mission 1ms asked the railway eon,puny to extend t! ; « line to the Porter Reservoir site and l,„i n bardy Cemetery is only a short distance beyond the site it probable that the line will lie built. The Cemetery extension would be n popular branch of the city railway system. )in is To Audit Ottlv The new Legislature will have (o appoint a joint committee, to audit the accounts of the various State oltl This hat not been done for teo years because, in t he rush work toward the close of last session. r» Am l "« !»»"' I ' es,ll " ,lun appolntlotf tlm comnmiuu was overlooked, nnd the uccounb, have gone over fortwu year* ciais. f without a settlement. Ordinary household accidents have a bottle of Thomas' Eclcctric Oil in tho medicine chest Heals burns cut*, bruises, sprains. Instant relief. no terrors where there's Dr.