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% art ./A \r ■ i DRÜDGE £@5 w, Anty Drudge on Washboiler Dangers. Miss Carrie New—" Isn't it too bad about Mrs. Blank's little boy? He fell in a steaming washboiler and was scalded. M MMwAAw** * Anty Drudge— "Yes, it is a pity. Why women will boil clothes, when it is not only dangerous but a useless nuisance, I can't see. I must tell Mrs. Blank how much easier and better she can wash her clothes with Fels-Naptha in cool or lukewarm water without boiling. >» X if Have you the once-a-week backache? Do you know what causes it? Simply long, continued bending and straightening over a washboard. But you cannot afford to have a wash erwoman or send clothes to a laundry. What are you going to do? Do your washing the Fels-Naptha way and Fels-Naptha will loosen the dirt so that a few light rubs will take it out easily. No boiling needed—only cool or luke warm water, winter or summer. Full directions on the red and green wrapper. I TRAGEDY VICTIMS WERE PARTNERS Miss Weede and Miss Hardee Had Founded Fashion able School By United Press Leased Special Wire. BOSTON, Mass., March 11.—Miss Weede and Mias Hardee, who were. found lifeless In the fashionable Lau rens Sobol.this morning, Mise Weede evidently havli^ killed both, last sum mer pooled their resources and eslab fished the Laurens Bohol, where tbev prepared girls for college. Hard work Instruction successful caused Miss Weede'« nervous break down and she was obliged to go to a ■antlarium at Norwood. Later she ohanged to a similar institution at West Newton. Th* latter was not a place where patients are under restraint and when Miss Weede decided to leave yesterday afternoon the physicians after vainly trying to dissuade her, to make the Sour Stomach I »»4 Cuiuu* uU a*l Ilk* m-.mm Ibm been • (TOtt >iy«o*(.»iï ,„J .„nr «ton.., 1, • t**» IW lUrt. I le» ijm inkle, nu ll **M*S 4wx. bet eaâüdlaâ ■« rnlla/oalr Twin ataaiiia»e< Cunr*b tb Inneli *l| Inneli nn in. onl}^ thing fIndltMIlOB aei Jffiéar^bîj S WT jTftew îî»"* 1 * *°°® '*"■ Harry Slueainjr, lîenob OSaok, Pa Best For The Bowels ^ LWm campy catiuhtk SOM la balk. Tha tasnlaa tablak ataupad CCC. •unauatwennnirmtr >r Mk. SterllDf Remedy Co., „alcafo or N.Y. 394 ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES «RHUUVU, I CM mlLLIUn BUAti * i, , CRACKED CYLINDERS BRAZED my Nri Save Time & Money ? Broken Iron or Aluminum Castings made as strong as new at a saving of SO to 70 per cent. The Vulcan Brazing and Machine Co., A. C LAYMAN, Ei glccer ted MsthiniM. Wttninftoi Representative, 515 East Third Street. rkew* : MA, 17S1 ; Dtlmarvia 1009 had to let her have her own way. About 6 o'clock last evening she ar rlvde at the Laurens School. There she gave such evidence of mental de j rangement that Miss Hardeo tried to I persuade her to return immediately to the sanitarium. She proved obsti nate, however, and finally It was de cided that she should spend the night at the school. Miss Weede went to bed early but was unable to sleep and was heard pacing the floor until about 1 o'clock this morning when she sought her partner's room. Miss Hardee asked her to spend the rest of the night In her room. After the two friends had gone to bed the building was quiet until shortly after 6 o'clock this morning. I lhe ntwo * hot ® were heard In quick *' n to the room ana found both women | »" ad ln »'••»• Miss Hardee bad boon j a » u,t *t . the base of the brain while | »» cede bad a bullet through her ! **' n 'ldc A smoking revolver lay m Weede'» breast, where It evidently ' iad '» ropp eO after she fired the last ; , ot - B'-'tfi women must have died ; a mo *» Instantly. tragedy caused a panic among ' 11 " -® girls In the school and It na» time before it was reported to j P o| lcc. succession. Mr* Page, the schol matron rushed ..M ! theatrical ~ Kitty Traney, the French woman, _ n , , , h ° * lntroduc,n F hei^ralne^horsea ; and dug* to Garrlrk^H audiences this .week for the first time, has developed (an art which few women attempt— She Introduces some I that of juggling, features In her i act at the Garrick this week that are not merely interesting and entertaining, but ! done. very cleverly Her horse 1* a beauty and does iher bidding as though he enjoyed It. This Is Kitty Traney's first appearance ln thU clty . Kate Barton's Temptation," ThomR,, H seweii. win be the attrac' lion at the Lyceum three days, com ! menclng March 16. The production ^ihas been favorably endorsed by the (press and public, not only for Us Its, but for the high-class stage jagement. and the stage settings. Incidentally a number of specialties will be Introduced that will be In keeping with the play In stead of a detraction. by mcr Tnan el&borate reall«tlc In other cities where John W. (Vogel'« Big City Mlnatrels have j peered, theatre parties have been a jcial feature of the event. It is a Jolly j way of enjoying a perfect evening and witnessing what Is sa;d to be the best I dressed and most elaborately staged I minstrel performance In America. The ! above organization will appear at the i Grand Opera House on Wednesday af ternoon and evening, March 18. * ap S ' . - "A Wife's Secret,'' which will he seen at the Lyceum Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Is said to appeal strong ly to every lover of the emotional drama. It tells a story of a young wife's ejection from the home of her husband, because of ungrounded su* plclons, and her subsequent trials und hardships, struggling against the In I slnuattons of the world Since Its opening, three years ago. it has been attended with most gratifying finan cial results. Read THE EVENING JOURNAL. POLITICIAN KILLED IN DUEL AMITE. La., March 11.—Democratic Senator-elect D. S. Kemp waa shot and killed last night by C. P. Hyde, a political and business leader In the community. The men quarreled over the recent Democratic primary election. Hyde charging Kemp with untruthfulness. Later Kemp, revolver In hand, met Hyde and slapped his face. The men then agreed to a duel, which took place almost Immediately. Hyde was not Injured. DENY THAT FAME WILL JOIN COMBINE Firemen of the city heard the rumor that the Fame Company had decided to enter the Fire Department "com bine." One official and many members of the Fame Company denied, however, that the company had any intention of joining the "combine." READING ROOM IN TOMB KITTEHY, Me.. March 11.—Harrison J. Phllbrlck has fitted up a reading room In the tomb of hie ancestors on the lawn of bis Colonial estate hers. A tableful of magazines, a comfort able armchair, vases' of flowers and cases of books are Included In the fur nishings, as well as couch and rugs, a reading lamp. NEWPORT Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. NEWPORT, Del.. March 11—Mr. and Mrs. Richard King gave their daugh- | ter, Miss Edith King, a surprise parly in honor of her thirteenth birthday an niversary. spent with games, and refreshments were served, number of gifts, ent were the Misses Lauretta Hllyard, Bertha Thompson. Jennie Gross, Blanche Fisher. Irene Flsher, Alice King, Madallne Cum mlngs, Reba Hanna. Mamie Schwamb, Lillie Mitchell, Ella Bayne. Mr. and w T . a . . Mrs. John Scarborough. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Ruth Mr. and Mrs. William Schwamb, Arthur Oroome, Herman King. Jean Scarborough, Harvey Gross, j Raymond Cunningham, John Ruth, John Hanna. Harry McNelly, Richard Benson, of Newport, and Charles Gross ot Stanton. William Benson has returned from a visit In Red Lion, lid. 1 j X pleasant evening was Miss King received a Among those pres Lllllan Duff, CAMDEN Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. CAMDEN, March 11.—John Jewell j has been visiting in Chester. Mr. McFate, of Philadelphia, is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Hair grove. I. T. Cooper and son, Ignatius have been visiting friends In Philadelphia. I Mr. Fahey Paid the Costs. Before Magistral« Lioman this after noon Patrick Pah ejr pleaded guilty to ct cur and was Uls spitting in i strec nilsesd on payment of costs. Hurt While Skating. Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. DOVER, Mftrch 11.—Miss Annie Pol I'tt of No. 15 Loockerrnan street, fell violently while roller skating at the Capitol Roller Rlrk, corner State and I North streets, yesterday and broke I three bones In her forearm The young woman suffered great pain until the orties of Dr. P S. Downes was reached and the fracture could be reduced. HRS. LAMBERT TO address «EHUCS Mrs Effie Lambert n W C T IT work ' re Of national prominence, Jilt give a series of «adresse, on temperance work In this district beginning to-day In Newa-k M E church Newark with m memory of Frunrea wniarri * ZTttolZZ ,». , ,, j LhTsTïïrZll ? w Trir stenton Y W. C T U at 2 n rn p son Y W C T u ln s«rond m™ «riràri'ft.'sy M -r I. u*. bu na ay, Maren n. Middletown Y. W. C. T. U.: Monday, March 23. Donnell W. C. T. U.. McClellands ville; March :t. | Arter'a W. C. T. U.. Epwurth Church, Wilmington; March 25. JCastloke M E. Church; March 2«. County Institute. Bran draine M E Church March 29. morn-1 Ing, Victory W. C. T. U.; afternoon. In Blackblrd W. C. T. U. : March, 30. Anna M. Brown Y. W. C. T. U., Brandywine. hundred; March a. State Road W. C X, u. ' Dr. Caley at St. John's Churoh. The Rev, Dr. Caley, of Philadelphia, preached the sermon at the Lenten ser vice in St. John's Church last evening. His subject was "The Three Templa- I tlons." A Volunteer choir furnished music. \ MORE DREADNAUGHTS FOR BRITISH NAVY ■ . -V. ■ I' , r f: Mût"' mu mmë ' -f - ■ ff* Iplfe lIli iL T-fcVV Ms* y-X r<r* -fet fS'7i u « . ■ t, ,- ..j*-« i; IßraaRi ■yaï;. f - ('a; 1 Vi;_ St 7 % t -P mm >vSK i rmtr J* i! Jr H l* 'i srj® . - »■ m i' » dùutm DMITIM AATTIÈJim £T VI The British battleship St. Vincent, and her two sisters, the Uollingw.tod and the Rodney, now under construe tion—with a fourth ship, th* Anson, to % f JUST A MOMENT! Did you ever stop to consider how much walking you do while doing the daily kitchen work ? Yet you would hardly believe it if you were told that you walk many a mile; yet it is true. Why don't you get a Booster Kitchen Cabinet The Housekeeper's Best Friend j It saves all these unnecessary steps. You do not have to stir out of your tracks while preparing the daily meal. The Hoosier Cabinet is a cupboard, pantry and work table combined. It contains all the necessary articles used in the preparation of the daily meals—a place for everything and everything in its place, within easy reach. A sanitary flour bin with sifter attached, spices in covered cans, a handy want list, sugar in a metal hopper, Aluminum extension working top, indexed recipe cards, numerous drawers, cupboards and a hundred and one other essential things for your convenience. With the Hoosier's assistance you can do the work in one-third less time than you now take. This will leave more time for other things. Get a Hoosier. You W.11 never know the joy of k tchcn work until you do. Call and see them. I MEHARG'S I I j J j Ninth and King Sts. h 0fts feH KitOIEN C\öiM :r OopjrlihteS, UM. by goMlar Uf|. Ok Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. GEORGETOWN. March ll.-Dela _ , ,. f , r „ ult ra sers expect the ™° 8t S .7""^ , yea ™ Th ? weather has been Ideal for the peach orchards throughout this part of the Btate> with the , nowg lagt month and the rains of this month Already peach tress are beginning to redden at the ends of the branches and the pruning knife Is being used! Many fruit growers have been spray Ing fluring the last week, and they EXPECTING BIG PEACH CROP s oy tha tthe sap is beginning to (through the trees. ually heavy frost comes next month there Is every chance of a big crop. run Unless an unus BATONYI NAMES II CO-RESPONDENTS NEW YORK, March 11.— Aurel Ba tonyl has filed his answer In Supreme Court to the suit for divorce instl (luted by his wife, who was Mis. Liurke Roche, says the "American" today, In his reply Batonyl makes charges fai more sensations Ithan any that have been forecasted, and names eleven co respondents. Batonyl's chief accusations are direct od against Frank K. Sturgis, banker, broker and secretary of the Jockev „.a . ,,, „ Wh ° 1,V f 8 at F 7 EaHt F1,lJ - flrst a b„f m 8 • V i ' * V*® chargee against hlm am *!®*® d «'"^piracy tor million«. ' lrf * * h °i ®* 8 ln ,he court papers, rose from office boy for SKSst 3$ ÄTÄSSÄrgag Burke-Roche Batonjl and having com ' , "' tht la ' ttr to Yield to his wlsh-e 7 ac . cept the •»tentative of being left ' r! * ndltM and 1'enniless when her father dies. Named as lieutenants of Mr. Sturgis are 1 Henr v Work. Peter Coeper HewlTt a d I "'° y Co# P" Hewitt, his wife. It charged that through these relatives of the Work family an effort Is being made ttsssæssjsæt Pht . pU , r »r.u- _ . . )n associate J! ^ ° f a '"**• ot S .| urglg ' ls r * ferred to ' ' man ' fh ^ h . ' ? h * f *' * ho ' ,or two d r cad "' has b ®*" a H pPt ' h ® Four Hundred, has bo m * de- araded on account of the Influ ence w<> "ded over her by the broker. This Information, according to Batonyl's ■tatement, was obtained through confes «Ions made to him by his wife after their marriage, With the object In view of keeping Mrs. Batonyl under his control, the former whip declares. Sturgis encouraged her to do many extravagant things and gave Read THE EVENING JOURNAL. her presents be built under the forthcoming estl ina/M are modified editions of the Duuadnaught, diapaoing 19,300 tone. Xhay area need with Un Ifr-lneh guns NEW CONSTITUTION WILL BE ADOPTED Grand Lodg?, A. 0. U. W Spent Many Hours in Considering It • » kfeinbers o7 tlTe Grand Lodge of Del aware, TTinTent "Order United Work irren; Tn annuaT session at the A. O. U. ÏV. HaTI, spent tfie entire morning to day in going over the proposed new constitution, regulations and general code of laws in the Delaware juris diction. Each clause was taken up separately and submitted for discussion the result being that when the constitution had been read to the Grand Lodge officers it was practically adopted with the ex. oeption of two sections which will be considered by the law committee this afternoon when it is probable that the entire constitution will be adopted. During the night's session, which lasted until midnight, the new oonsti eiUJon was under consideration and it ,s understood several important changes will be made. At this afternoon session the annual election and installation of officers will take place, this being tfie last business that will be transacted by the lodge. Ä Mrs Tltchen, Dr. Hammer. Mrs. I nav,,, • JoM " ph Bowe ' Mr8 ' Jame * Bowe ' MlMes M,talda Bowe - Jennie Altman. Marlon Casey. Ellxabeth Pennell. Re-1 hecca Altman. Helen Casey, Kathryn, Hoyle, Annie Maxwell. Helen Hammer ! Marv Maxwell. Helen Oedllnr. Grace Ward. Marv Jones, Ulhe Tory. Katie Burk. Margaret Maloney. Mary Lord, Jennie Tomkin, Margaret Roy. sähSäs! 1.. W n, lawi Hitehen Kl loti Hlu bon Wllllnrr <, ®' ' .. . ' ' ,, . ' " ary Bowe J*?®' f. ' K Bw ' Mkrtlna Bowe. Mery Bowe Kathryn Bowe, He cn Young, Eetella Ferguson. Grace Ma loney, Edward Sharks. Leon Bacon, Roy Shilling. Karl Lewis, Harold Don nelly, Karl Shilling, Joseph Dare, Paul Numburg, Lloyd Caulk, J. P. Hammer, William Maloney. P. L. Maloney, Mark Moloney. Edward Maloney. Lewis Thorpe, Clement Carney. John Young, William Elliott, Edward Leroy, John Casey, Wllllard Drake. John Brown, Harry Toy and Jock Lewis. Refresh ments were served. Tho birthday gifts were numerous and beautiful. Marines Want Games. Marines stationed at League Island have organized a baseball team for the coming season and are anxious to meet any first class amateur teams in Philadelphia and vicinity. The Marines played In Wilmington last season and and put up a hard game. Communi cations should be addressed to Sergeant Warner. Marine Barracks, League Island. and an anti-torpedo battery of 4.7 teed twaaty-oue knot» on trial quick tirera, and are expected to ex ROOSEVELT TALKS TO THE MOTHERS Declares That He Puts Them Ahead of the Ve'erans of the C vil War United Press Leased Special Wire. WASHINGTON. March U.—President Roosevelt turned the White House yesterday to the delegates to the First In ternational Congress of Mothers In Amer ica, and made a short address to them In ( praise of motherhood. They went in a great body to the White House, thronged ; the historic mansion ami packed the East! room, where the Roosevelt received them, and where the President, with great earnestness, deliv ered his characteristic address on the wel fare of the child. o\ • i President and Mrs. The President talked Just as frankly to the Mothers of America as he talks to the college men or Grand Army vet erans. He did not mlnoe matters, A goons other things he told them It waa the duty of every wife to bear a sufficient number of children to keep up the American race. He had contempt for the woman who shirked this duty. The President did not specify how many children a woman should have, but he emphasized the evil of race suicide, and devoted much atten tion to what he conceived the duty of motherhood In bringing up children prop erly. ■ This is the one body that I put even ihead of the veterans of the Civil \\ ar, l cause It is the mother, and the mother only, who Is a better citizen even than the soldier who fights for his country. The successful mother, who does her part in rearing and training the boys and girls to be the men and women of the next generation. Is of greater use to the community and occupies, If she only would realize it, a more honor able and Important position than any successful man In It. "Unless the average woman Is a good wife and good mother; unless she bears a sufficient number of children, so that the race shall Increase and not de crease; unless she bring* up these chil dren sound in soul and mind and body— unies.-, this is true of the average woman, no brilliancy of genius, no ma terial prosperity, no triumphs of sci ence and industry wilt avail to save the race from ruin and death. The j mother Is the one supremo asset of na- I ttonal life. "I abhor and condemn t#% man who falls to recognize al h!s obligations to | the woman who does her duty. But the woman who shirks her duty as wife and ! mother Is just as heartily to be con- 1 damned. We despise her as we despise ! and condemn the soldier who flinches ! In battle. ' A marriage should be a partnership ! where each has his or her rights, where j each should be more careful to do hl», | or her duty than to exact duty from the i other partner; but where each must. In j Justice to the other partner no less than i to himself or herself exact the per- ] formance of duty by that other part- I ner. "Let each of you do his or her duty j first: put most stress on that; but In ( addition do not lose your self-respect • by submitting to wrong." PAPERS SFRVFD 1 r * 1 U, ' J JLi\f LL/ rv\ t u I nn\/ tm a ■ .» i ON HARRY THAWi ■ ; NEW YORK, March 11.—Papers in the suit of Evelyn Nesbit Thaw against Harry K. Thaw and his mother, Mary Copley Thaw, as next of kin. asking the annulment of their marriage on the ground that Thaw was insane when It was contracted were served on Thaw In the State asylum for the criminal insane at Matteawan and on his mother at the Hotel Lorraine soon after noon to-day by representatives of the younger Mrs. Thaw's attorney, Daniel O'Reilly. The complaint is of | the briefest character and simply re By United Press Leased Special Wire. SrVÄ".£r Announcement that the papers had Ï®* 1 1®*"!® »;, y f| d * Cl ' lr ® d : ^ ^ -mmorlzed to deny the report that 11 httd b,en a « r '' ed to gettu * 60 * ! a, *° *° nmke her an allowance of $15, j®« 0 a »»'* He also emphatl Çally denied the report that she is con * erT 'P ia *» n * » return to the «tage, say MarlonJ^ aw ,!* a * no plans »sä ,.. the fact that only as short a time ago as yesterday O'Reilly denied that Mrs. Thow w<)u!d Prefer an annulment and also admitted i^ie had received-*# offer to become a star in a musical comedy. The fact that O'Reilly has made connoting statements since he 000 on the younger Mrs. Thaw and Re&nd y Cooked The crisp, brown flakes of Post ( Toasties Formerly called Elijah's Manna t Come to the breakfast table right, and exactly right from the package—no bother; no delay. They have body too; these Post Toast»« are firm enough to give you a delicious substantial mouthful beforo they melt away. "The Taste Lingers." Sold by Grocers. * Made by POSTUM CEREAL CO., LIMITED. Buttle Creek. Michigan. ~ ! For the March Winds. Vernon's White Rose Chap Lotion. Will absolutely prevent chaps. An elegant and efficient toilet remedy for chapped hands and face; and all abrasions of the skin. Excellent after shaving A few drops of lotion on the face removes all irritation after shaving, soothing and perfuming the skin. Ask your barber about Vernon's White Rose Chap Loiion. PHONE D. & A. 2796 D. No Need To Go To Distant Cities (0 Consult a Specialist You have In Wilmington PERMANENT LY, a physician of wider range of expert* enoe In his lines than you will find else* where. DR. BARNES, THE SPECIALIST, Electrical and Medical 813 SHIPLEY 8T. All Nervous, Private and Chronic Diseases of Men and Women. Men, If you are cure* able, he can cure sure eg the sun rises and sets. If wise, ladles, you wffi not suffer from Displace, ment, Irregularity Pain, ful Periods. Weakness, Leucorrhea, éta it Isn't necessary. Perhaps you say "But he advertises." TRIte— and thereby extends his use* fulness, just a* do your other représenta* tire citizen, euch as Merchants. Dentists Lawyers, Hospitals. Churches. Minister! and other successful business men anA specialists everywhere. Many advertising physicians, and other! are unreliable. Therefore you should look well Into the merits of the MAN before trusting life and health In his hands Dr. Barnes has had a ripe experience of 19 years. Including many years In ths largest cities of the U. S. AND HOSPI. tat, EXPERIENCE, and his methods o| treatment are endorsed by American and European colleges. Consultation* al* ways free. c l f 5, c< L Hour,: **<> to » P- m. Tuesday« and Fridays, 9 a. ra. to 4 p. m. only. "war Second-Hand Furniture and Car pete te any Amount. We pay the Highest Cash Price for Household Goods In large or small lota. We pay the Highest Cash Prie# for contents of store, also Fix tures or anything you have to sell. If your house is furnished com plete we wilt pay the highest price possible for the whole or just a few prises. Before selling get price. We mean business as we have had 43 years of experience. Call, Phone or send Postal Everything confidential. STIDHAM & SON, 111 East Fourth St. D. & A. Phone 53S. OUP became personal attorney for Mrs. Evelyn Thaw is pointed out by those wh ° favor th * One report In circulation along Broadway declares that not only is Mrs. Thaw to star, but that the part she will take will be written for her. It contemplates as the big scene of tha play a representation of a gfer£t room, where she as the heroine of the play is put through a gruelling cross-exam* Ination by a lawyer who seeks to dls credit. It was argued this would be the strongest kind of a drawing cord on the road, as in som% respects it would portray under which she has passed through twice at the hands of District Attorney Jerome. NAME TRUSTEES F0RIR0NC0NCERN Upon the petition of Hugh Morris, VIo. tor B. Woolley has been appointed trustee in bankruptcy for the Union Iron and Steel Company, a Delaware corporation, having plants In Lake Water Gap, Vir ginia, Ironton,, Ohio; Chatham. New York, and Denver, Colorado. No schedule of the liabilities of the company has bîci» filed. Another meeting of the creditors will be held here on March 19. Andrew C, Gray represents the company. No cause has been assigned for the embarrassment which It is believed will be only tem porary. The company has capital stock of tl.OtM.000.