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FREE COUPON
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for
Sweetheart Soap
ALL DEALERS HANDLING
SWEETHEART SOAR
arc authorized to give you a full-size cake, absolutely free
in exchange for Five of "The Evening Journal ' coupons.
Name .
Address .
City .
RETAIL. MERCHANTS;
five coupons returned to them.
WARM NO; Any one who Ane« obtain, give, or procure «...
soap than the genuine Sweetheart Soap for this coupon will be prosecuted
by the
Tour jobber will give you 5c cash for every
ot her
MANHATTAN SOAP COMPANY.
NEW YORK.
Mar. 29. '10.
SCHOOLS FOR
THE FOREIGNERS
City Committee Hopes to An
nounce Its Plans This
Week
The Committee on Citizens' Schools
for Adult Foreigners, appointed at the
SHO£,
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Tk c smartest shoes
a ivoman can wear.
Here, in our store.
Patents, Calf, Kiel.
3hld Exclusively by
BEASTON
& THOMPSON
414 King Street,
Wilmington, Del.
Gem Grocery Co
CUT PRICE GROCERS
38c
LITTLE GEM EXTRA FANCY PARLOR BROOM _
Now Is the time for a new Broom at this special price.
RICE SPECIAL
5c A LB.. 6 LBS FOR 25c
FANCY JAPAN RICE
This a whole grain Rico usually sold for 8c lb.
PRUNE SPECIAL
5c LB, 6 LBS FOR 25c
,7c LB, 4 LBS FOR 25c
.. .9c A LB. 3 FOR 25c
CHOICE PRUNES .
EXTRA CHOICE PRUNES
FANCY LARGE PRUNES .
FOR 10c
FOR 10c
3 LBS LOOSE ROLLED OATS.
3 BOXES 5c X RAY STOVE POLISH .
3 BOTTLES 5c VANILLA OR LEMON EXTRACT .
3 BOTTLES 5c CATSUP .
3 BOTTLES 5c BLUE .
3 LARGE BOXES NOISELESS TIP MATCHES ...
10c
CUT TO 10c
CUT TO 10c
.10c
CHOICE CALIFORNIA PEACHES
PER LB 8c
1-2 LB CAN DEFIANCE COCOA CUT TO 15c FOR THIS WEEK
9c 1-4 LB. 35c LB
We guarantee this Tea to give satisfaction or money refunded.
OUR VERY BEST FANCY BLEND TEAS
Ml STORES
307 King St.
837 King St.
Delmarvia Phone 2861. D. & A. 5607.
Oclmarvia Phone 1518,

Security Trust and Sale Deposit Co.
CoBtmrneed Business Nov. 30.1885
1909
1885
Comparative Statement
Capital — Surplus — Profits
Janaarv, 1890.$ 336,306.22
657,990 89
January. 1910. 1,312,603.78
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January, 1900.
OFFICERS:
Benjamin Melds, President.
.lames B. Clarkson, Vice-President,
John S. Rossell, Sec. and Trust Officer.
L. Scott Townsend, Treasurer.
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S. W. Cor. Sixth & Market Sts.
Charles Warner Company
Retail Sal es Office
Removed from 907 Market Street
to
836 Market Street.
COAL
DIAMOND ICE
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
Guarantee Storage Warehouse
conference held at the New-Cenfury
Club on March 10. is arranging the de
tails for future work and will soon
he reaily to submit plans to the public
for Its co-operation. There is a strong
desire among the foreigners to learn
the language and customs of America
necessary to their success here and the
committee has received offers of co
operation from a number of people
during the past few days. Some lllicral
gifts of money have also been received
from Interested citizens and the pros
pects of successful work arc very en
couraging. With the completion of the
committee it is probable that a school
of methods in teaching English will be
held open to the public especially to
all prospective teachers In evening
schools.
William Winder Laird, of tho Wll
raington Trust Company, has consent
ed to art as tho treasurer of all tinan
elal accounts and any making contrl
initions are requested to make all
cheeks payable to Mr. Laird. The full
committee will be announced this week
and within a few days work should I«' !
begun in earnest. Requests for open
ing schools in various parts of the city
should be sent to the Rev. U. M. Cle
land, president of the local committee,
Vo. 826 North Van Buren street, or to
Frederick Hill, secretary, Eleventh and
Washington streets.
ST. GEORGES HUNDRED
SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY
The St. Georges Hundred Sunday
School Convention will lie held In the
Presbyterian Church, at Port Penn, on
Thursday, April 7, with morning and
afternoon sessions, beginning at IO.311
a. m.
retury,
Jects, "
Ing:" Rev. Joel S. Gilflllan. "Capturing
the Home;" Miss Edna Ewell, "The
Most Promising Recruits;" M. B. Bur
ris. "Capturing Boys and Girls." Other
siieakors of prominence will be in at
tendance. Miss Eva Vaudegrift will
render two solos.
All members and friends of the fol
lowing churches and Sunday schoqls
are urged to be present: Odessa. Meth
odist and Presbyterian; Middletown,
Presbyterian. Methodist, Eulscopal and
Armstrong; Port Penn, Mcghodist and
Presbyterian.
Miss Wilson, former State see
will give two addresses, sub
Securing Recruits and Grad
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WOMANKIND
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Beau Brummel Inventor
of Process of Shrinking
B^au Brummel, the equisite dandy ( marin up she had to send it to a tailor. ,
and the best dressed man of his time. I who Invariably did the shrinking, but i
was in reality the Inventor of the first | ruined tho beautiful finish of the j
goods.
All this has been changed in recent !
process of sponging cloths.
His clothe« were tnadp to fit so light
that his fertile mind conceived the idea | years by the Invention of a steam
of shrinking the cloth before it was | sponger. Steam not only shrinks the
made up Into a suit, so that there goods, but tho goods will retain the
would not be any danger of the suit [ original finish,
shrinking after it was made up.
More recently It has been found that
From that time, 1810, practically nil 1 it pay« to sponge or shrink nil of
sponging or shrinking has been done the lietter grades of cotton goods, as
by the tailor, and when "Milady" it prevents shrinking, and by running
wanted to have her gown go through the goods through a bath of salt »a
a shrinking process before It was ter the color can bo set.
CORSET CHANGES NEEDED
BY NEW STYLE OF COATS
I.e«ui loosely fitted than last year, i dressing of the feet is a matter of Im« 1
newcoats and corsages demand a new portance. The coquettish Uichelleu |
cut of corset. The waist is more | shoe, of black varnished leather, w ith i
slenderly defined, the bust lower, and 1 its two. or three, crossing straps and I
the hips appear more prominent.
For dressy occasion the one piece
gown is still in favor; generally it 1s
achieved by a separate skirt and cor
sage, Joined by a licit of matching
color.
In tailored costumes, short coats ac
company short skirts. Cut fuller than
last, season, .they arc even shorter,
leaving exposed the whole of the foot.
Consequently with smart women tho see braid used.
Jeweled buttons, is popular.
Bands of silk or cloth, matching the
material of the costume, are cunning
ly manipulated by deft fingers Into all I
sorts of decorative schemes appllcl to |
skirt and coat. In tucked entre-doux. !
frills, puffings and shirred bands, they I
edge flounces or head them; twine
1 themselves on corsage and sleeves, and
I simulate double sklrtsi quite in the
manner we have become aceusloineiTTo
Paris Patterns
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! center front and finishes with a peplum.
Nainsook, cambric, lawn. Jaconet, ba
1 tlste, or In fact any of the sheer white j
I materials, are adaptable to Ils devel- I
opmont. The neck and armholes are
J edged with narrow lace or embroidery
j edging. The pattern is In 6 sizes—36 to Si
j bust. For 36 bust the corset cover re
j quires 1'« yards of material 36 Inches
! wide.
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LADIES' CORSET COVER.
Pari* Patter« No. 1632
All Seams Allowed.
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Price of pattern, 10 cent».
To obtain this pattern or any of !
the others heretofore described in
THE JOURNAL, fill out the follow
Ing coupon and Inclose II with 10
rents In an envelope addressed to the
Fashion Editor, THE EVENING
JOURNAL. Fourth and Shipley Sts
i Wilmington. Delaware.
I To the Fashion Editor.
THE EVENING JOURNAL.
Wilmington, Del.
Inclosed find 10 cents, fv which
send me
Pattern No. . ,
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Date published
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Date ot this order
I The above pattern an C other Paris Pat-i
j terns described In THE JOURNAL arid
all of the patterns made by the Parla
: Modes Co. can bo obtained for 10 cent»
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CROSBY & HILL CO„
605-607-609 Market St.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
New Frock Made of Foulard Silk.
Marie of the new foulard silk with a
deeply twilled surface, but of the soft
est texture imaginable, is the new frock
herewith described.
I The skirt Is composed of three shaped
flounces, each one trimmed with gradu
ated rows of black velvet ribbon. The
silk Is exquisitely shaded in pink and
gray, a leading combination,
silk softly shape a corsage, low . and
curving into a graceful round. There
are sma.II puffed sleeves of the silk
oddly shaped from a circle, with a
round hole out in the exact middle of
a size to accommodate the arm; the
outer edge Is gathered full Into the
armhole. A chemisette of one thickness
of black mousseline do sole, with tight
pointed sleeves, covers shoulders and
The edge of tho round neck Is
necklace of small
Folds of
arms.
covered with a
cameos set In gold, and larger cameos,
held together by gold links, band the
sleeves above wrists.
Mistress of Detail.
Dr. Robert Wood, of Johns Hopkins Uni
versity, was complimented by a young
lady at a dinner In Baltimore on the arti
ficial mirage that ho succeeded In maWing
in his laboratory.
"It is by attention to the least details,"
said Dr. Wood, with a smile, "that one
succeeds In experiments of this kind. One
must took after details like— er— like tho
landlord's wife.
« Tommy.' said tho landlord's wife to
her little boy, "who is that talking on tho
doorstep to your father?"
•* Tt a dlvtntty student,' Tommy answer,
eri, 'who Is looking for a furnished room.*
" 'Hurry, then,' said the mother, 'and
walk up and dow-n tho hall whistling a
hymn.' ''—New York Pres»
HOUSEHOLD NOTES
By Mrs. Maud E. Gilley.
A little alcohol on a rag will make 1
windows brilllsut.
Turnips should always be cut Into
small pieces before cooking.
When pseking. every delicate gar- j
ment should he wrapped separately.
Never hurry to your bath when you !
are exhausted; rest a bit first.
Water In which t>otatoes have been
boiled is good to wash tarnished brass, j
A small amount of chopped llga will I
greatly improve n nut and apple
salad.
To freshen blue serge, sponge it In !
blue water and hang It In the air to
dry.
Clothes can be mode extra white by
a little kerosene added to the wash
water.
Blotting paper saturated with turpen
tine la a sure preventative against I
moths.
The older a woman gets the more |
water she should drink and the
fruit she should eat.
Pencil marks may often tie removed i
from white pallet by rubbing them
gently with bread erurribs.
more
When haggard from fatigue; (ry a
hot hath in whleh n little vinegar and
cologne have Is-en added,
A few chopped almonds added to the
top of sweetened biscuit are very good
and make a pleasant change.
Washing the eyes morning anri night
ilh water as hot us can be borne
an excellent tonic for them.
Never lake n hot bath In the morn
ing. unless It Is followed by a cold
sponge. or you will catch cold.
If shoes have become mildewed, nth
This will
usually remove nil tracs of the green.
lasted meat which Is to
tic used cold should be put away In
et cloth to keep It moist andl
thorn well with vaseline.
Moiled or
a
lender.
When ivory becomes discolored, paint
it with spirits of turpentine and lay in
the sun for two or three hours.
A lump of charcoal kept In the
drawer with the silver will absorb
chance moisture and keep the silver
bright.
Ham snaked In milk over night will
lie found exceedingly tender and sweet
when used for breakfast next morn
ing.
any
For spring suppers sliced oranges and
shredded cocoanut, put Into a dish In
alternate layers, are very appetlz
lug.
To remove cakes readily from the
pans, place thorn on a wet towel or
cloth Immediately after taking them
from the oven
NEW CHOCOLATE DRINKS
FIND FAVOR WITH WOMEN
In a few more weeks the cup of
chocolate will no longer he served on
the festive fiecaslons when women con
Happy, Happy,
UscTIZ
A Marvel For Sore Feet. Acta Right Off
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Sore Feet? Never After Using TIZ—
Good-bye sore feet, aching feet, swol
len feet, sweaty feet, smelling foot,
tired feet.
Good-bye corns, callouses and bun
ions and raw spots.
You've never tried anything like TIZ
before for your feet It is different
from anything ever before sold.
It acts at once and makes the feet
feel remarkably fresh and sore-proof.
TIZ is not a powder. Powders and
other foot remedies clog up the pore*.
TIZ draw's out all poisonous exuda
tions which bring on soreness of the
feet, and js the only remedy that does,
TIZ cleans out every poro and glori
fies tho feet—your feet.
You'll never limp again or draw* up
your face In pain, and you'll forget
about your corns, bunions and callou
ses. You'll feel like a new person.
If you don't find all this' true after
try ing a box of TIZ, you can get your
money right back.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists at 25
cents per box, or It will be sent you
direct If you wish from Walter \ -uthcr
.Dodge & Co.. Chicago, 1)1.
Now That Easter is Over We
Can All Think More
About Fixings for the Home
lu the past month your thoughts have scarcely turned to home
dressing oner; that's because yon have been thinking of other things.
During the past four months out thoughts—that is a special corps of
trained men—have been working and planning and thinking of just
the articles yon will want now.
Onr drapery and matting sections have been enlarged ami the
stocks increased and wc now have the largest and best equipped de
partments in this city.
The China and Japanese Mattings arc better this season than ever
The straw seems to be of a better quality while the beautiful
Wc arc showing a very well
Our patterns
are exclusive, d'hc prices nm from 25c to 60c a yard and from $8.00
to $20.00 per roll of 40 yards.
before.
designs are woven with more accuracy,
selected stock and cvcrv roll has been imported by us.
Summer Ru$s
Yc Oldc Time Rugs
Made of toutfit,
fibre and 2-3 wool ;
rich dcsitfns : all Rood colors.
Size 30 hy 60 ....
Size if 1 by 72 ....
w car-resisting
Iasi colors;
Made on ratf carpet looms, the
true old time nigs; all fast colors;
you'll fall in love with these as
soon as you sec them.
Size 27 by 54. special.. ... .75c
Other sizes to $2.25.
.$1.50
.$1-85
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Crex Rugs
and Carpets
Summer Linen
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Crex Rugs, both plain and bor
dered.
Crex Kurs with beautiful bor- # |j
8 by to feet .
Q by 12 feet .
.tit by 72 inches .
(.'rex Mats .
('rex Carpet, 27 inches wide..35c
Crex Carpet, 36 inches wide. 45c
Crex Carpel. S4 inches wide..75c
Fringed linen Couch Covers,
red with Rrccu anil brown bor
ders.
der'-.
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■flgrl
.$6.75
.$8.50
.$i-35 1
54 by 107 inches ..$2.50
Table Covers to match,
65c, $1.15, $2 and $2.50
Stair Damask .25c, 28c
Striped Linens, 66 inches,

.35c
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60c yard
Plain Linens. 66 inches.
id
6oc yard
Shirtwaist Boxes
l.iucu Stripes, 28 inches.
15c yard
lîambno Portieres, the new por
tiere, beautiful designs, very pret
.$1.50 and $2.50
4-fold Jap Screens, pretty pat
terns, embroidered in gold, regu
lar $vOO ...
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Red Cedar waist boxes with |
brass trimmings:
45 inches long ..
Red Cedar waist boxes ;
trimmed : 34 inches long ... $8.00
Oak boxes ; mission finish ; 34
'inches long .!
Matting covered boxes,
lock and key ;
.$is.oo
brass
tv
.$3-75
$5.00
$2.25 and $3.50
Summer Curtains
Net Sash Curtains
Cross stripe Curtains, colors to
suit any room ami a great variety
of different sized stripes and col
ors; for door and window drapes,
75c to $4 the pair
Special numbers at $1.50 and $2
Striped Couch Covers, full size.
Special numbers, $1.00 and $1.50
V> inches by 2 / yards.
$1.35 to $4.00 pair
Cluny Lace Curtains, hand
made . $2.40 to $7.00 pair
Special number of white or
Arab Clunv Lace Curtains.
$3.50 pair
Lippincott & Company,
306 to 311 Marke! Sfrce!
Delaware Trading Stamps.
sew for
gregatc to play bridge, or I
sweet charity or otherwise come
gether for mere amusement's
cup of tea will appear instead
varied forms that the
f Ceylon
to
ko. Tho
ml hh*
Mime ho many
mont experienced teaplckem
would never recognise It.
In the meantime some new chi
cola to
served, for not every
of cold chocolate
if frozen cream Is
drinks may h
•me likes tea.
A cup
with a spoonful
very good And a distinct change from
the more commonplace afternoon bev
this a teaspoonful of
de
Add t.
de menthe and one will 1
ei-age.
cream
lighted with the refreshing taste. If
the peppermint flavor Is liked.
To make hot chocolate successfully
heat it thoroughly while
some women
It Is boiling, and one hostess who»
hot chocolate is known far and wide
adds a half cupful
The flavor is Indescribable and
ithcr ordinary choco
f rum as she
beat*»,
hotter than any
late.
BELT HELD INJURIOUS
TO YOUNG BOYS' FIGURE
For a good many years physlcalcul
lurists and physicians have been send
ing out warnings against the corset
which'compresses the waist and there
by brings on Indigestion am| a hun
dred kindred ills.
The latest anxiety now concerns tho
belts which the young hoys are wear
ing In place of the ancient and honor
able suspender Not only the belts, but
Hie tight band elastics come in for tho
criticism of those who are concerned
with the proper upbringing of
young.
The belts and band«, it Is argued.
it only Interfere with digestion and
circulation, but are responsible for the
habit many boys have of stooping and
throwing forward thoir shoulders. Pa
rents should guard against this grow
ing evil.
the youth can bo obtained which sup
port the trousers and the, stockings at
the same time.
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To offset It. suspenders for
WILMINGTONIANS
TO SEE EGYPT
It may not bo generally known that
the missions now being visited by Col.
Theodore Roosevelt in the Nile Valley
belong to tho United Presbyterian
Church. There Is no other evangelical
church represented n Egypt except the
United Presbyterian. A few years ago
when tho churches planned to propor
tion the foreign mission fields to tho
various churches to avoid overlapping
Egypt and the northern part of India
were assigned to the United Pres
byterian, this church having with
drawn its missionaries from China and
Syria In deference to tho plan of dis
tribution.
One of the largest colleges of the
entire Far F,ast, visited by Colonel
Roosevelt, is at Assiut, Egypt, and
contains almost 8H0 students.
Rockefeller recently gave 3100,00« to
this work.
tomans, U. S. Goldej- and E.
IIP.
Recently two Wllmln*
s. n.
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
Hair failing out? Troubled with dandruff? Want more hair? An elegant dressing?
Inpnxiirnlc * lalpbar. Oiintrbi. Qntnttt, BoalVH Chlorid.
mgrPQirm . CAptloura> s**«. Alcohol. W»l#r. Perfume.
Wc believe doctors endorse this formula, or wc would not put It up.
Docs not Color the Hair
putier. secured from the Rev. 1>. M.
UIsland, pastor of the First Unitarian
Uhurch here, letters of introduction to
some of the missionaries In Egypt.
Is probable that they are there at pres
ent and will have an Interesting story
to tell when they return home.
It
A NIGHT ALARM
Worse than an alarm of lire at night
is the metallic cough of croup. Care
fill mothers keep Foley's Honey and
Tar in the house and give It at the
first sign of danger,
and Tar has saved many little lives.
No opiates.
N. B. Uanforlh, Market ami Second
Streets.*
Foley's Honey
RAILROADS TO HIRE
THEIR SUMMER FORCES
The order for the hiring of the sum
mer forces on the local railroads is be
ing looked for daily, and It is expected
that the usual number of men will lie
taken back on all of the divisions en
tering this city,
sued it will give employment to scv'eral
hundred jnen In this district.
While there is practically no new
work contemplated on the local divi
sions, the maintenance of way depart
ments will be kept busy In repairing
tho trucks and roadbeds that were dam
aged during tho winter months by tho
lee and cold weather.
These extra men will be kept at work
When tho under Is
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Do you suffer with indigestion, torpid liver, sick head
aches, rheumatism, kidneys out of order?
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is the very best medicine for you to take in such cases
because its action is so general. It acts on the liver,
HH Ithe bowels, corrects the stomach, restores the
appetite, aids dig estion, puts the kidneys in order, pun
__ "N fies the blood and tones op the
system.
Here's The Tablet That
Does The Work-Easy
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Get a 25c Box
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T B. CARTMELL, Sixth and Madison Strati*
until fall when no
more work than Is
consistent with safely will bo done to
the road lied*.
The tracks will be pre
pared for the inspections by the oper
ating officers at the end of tho season.
Uharlty lui II. Benefit P. * S. Hos
Tlckets lê.OO admitting lady and
gentleman, un sale at Robelon's, 710
pltal.
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PLEASING PROGRAM
AT HOPE BAPTIST
«•no of the most pleasing Easter services
was that at Hope Baptist Uhurch of
which the Rev. W. W. Blehop la pastor,
on Sunday night. The superintendent ot
the Sunday School, H. C. Cantwell was
Flighted with the program, which whs
as follows; Prayer, the Rev. Eben N.
I Baldwin; chorus, by school; reading o'
Scripture, the Rev. W. W. Bishop; address
of welcome, Elizabeth Moore; recitation,
Dorothy V. Wcldln; "Nature's Praise,"—
pantomime, ten girls; recitation, "Au Eas
ter Wish," Thomas Hutson: chorus, by
school; "'Easter Blessings," class of girls.
"Making the Weather," Horace Fox.
chorus, by school; Easter offering; récita
Hon, "What Snowball Did," Elizal>eih
Walker, "Earth's New Dress." class, of
girls; recitation, "A Tme Hero," Kane st
Hutson; "Framed In Wreaths ot Ever
green." drill by eight girls; churu», hv
school; "Joy Cometh In tho Morning,'*
dialogue, by girls and boys.

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