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J. Harlan Hudson. I John. R. Hudson HUDSON SUPPLY CO Bar Iron and Steel. FRONT AND MARKET STREETS, machine, set ind cap screws. Picks. Shovels and Wheelbarrows. AUTOMATIC PHONE, 2180. 0. & A. PHONE, 2880. ssxe«sa!)!iw»o ; i 1 j ALL READY! CENSUS QUIZ BEGINS SOON Don't Withhold Your Age; Enu merator is Sworn to Secrecy tribulations of a The trials and census enumerator, about which Census Supervisor Dr. L. Helsler Ball bas been speaking to the 1*6 Delaware enumer ators the past week, will not be passing sigh when It comes to the tribulations of the maids and matrons of Delaware, who will be compelled to give their ages to the 1« fair women who constitute one battery of the local a census brigade. Experts assert that a woman, especi ally if she be fair and fascinating and bit flirtatious, can melt the con science of the crudest male enumerator into Jelly-like acquleaence; the women enumerator? su Dr. Bali himself Is rather cotn placont about the work that these wo enumerators are going to aocom a wee but with Ah, no, not man plish. and he expects much diplomacy from them when it comes to recording Gel A Suit With Some "STYLE" To II ! Don't go to a "cheap" tailor and get a cheap" suit you'll be ashamed of. ^ Don't let a clothing dealer rope you into a "hand-me Come to us and we will make you a n • y down. suit you will be proud to wear ; handsome, with STYLE in every line of it, and it will not cost you a dollar more than the "cheap" suits that make you look like a clothes-horse. The Finest Line In Town AT $20 AND $25 < Cut, designed and made by the same experts who produce our "THEY CERTAINLY Everybody who secs them says: $40 Bult». DO LOOK LIKE $10 MORE." L TAILORS • 826 Market Street. Morton C. Stout & Co 1 Charles Warner Company Retail Sales Office Removed from 907 Market Street to 836 Market Street. COAL DIAMOND ICE BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Guarantee Storage Warehouse Payments Made Without Notice ALL MO>ET deposited In oar Banking Depart ment bmrs Interest at 2 per cent per annum, computed on dally hnlanr.es, and credited etery six months. ALL DEPOSITS are payable on demand by eheek or draft. >0 previous notice whatever Is required. THK PRIVILEGES accorded our Depositors cannot be excelled. Yon will And an Account with us of gnat advantage In all your financial trans actions. Security Trust & Safe Deposit Co. S. W. tor. Sixth and Markel Sis. HEBE 1ER Jr~\ Excellent Banking Facilities Each day the Union National Bunk Is gaining in strength scope and confidence of the people. We have excellent facilities and offer . . . you every courtesy and privilege of sound, conservative and progressive banking. Interest at the rate of 2 per cent, per annum allowed on all deposits. n UNION NATIONAL BANK Wilmington, Del. Surplus and Profits J538.I67.91 1EE]E _ Capital 5203.175 Wi 0 I Eli SNEILENBURG'S Market and Seventh Streets ^ More Men Arc Wearing Snellenburg Clothes, Snellen* burg Hats and Snellenburg Shoes Than Ever. There's A Reason In All Departments Do Not Fail To Come to the Store This Week. SPECIAL APRIL SALE women's ages in Wilmington, in pur ticnl.tr • The local census army comprises one brigade of an army of 70,000 Interroga tors, men and women, white and col „red. who will be turned loose through out the country on Friday morning to K ,t tub on Uncle Sum's family of prob ably 90.00u.000 people. To get in touch with the facts and figures regarding his children Uncle Samuel is going to expend just $5.000.000. and he expects the work done in Just two weeks Formidable Question Blank. The Work of compiling the census is no vacation Job. and population. Individually, must answer questions on a blank as formidable as an application to the Sous of the Cincinnati, or the Society moreover thi ef course. of Colonial Dames. Anticipating that many persons may not be at home w hen the census men call. Dr. Ball has individual blanks which persons may have by calling at his office in the postothce building. These may be filled out at home and re turned to the office, gested that proprietors houses get these slips and have them filled out by the boarders so that the enumerators may not have to go back to the houses repeatedly to get their This census work must It Is also sug of boarding Information, he done right. Uncle Sam says, and if everybody helps the census man the work will be right. Some of the Questions. Every member of the family has to he classified under 36 specifications. stating whether he or she is a he or a she: whether white, black, mulatto. Chinese. Japanese or Indian; age at last birthday; single, married,- widowed or divorced; If married, whether pres ent marriage 1» first, second or aubse quant ; years of marriage; if married. widowed or divorced, how many chil dren during lifetime; number of chil dren living on April 10, 1910; State or Territory or foreign country where born; If foreign born, the mother tongue or native language; where father and mother born and native language; If foreign hnm. when victim first came to United States: whether naturalized: whether speak English: If not. give native tongue: trade or pro fession: nature of business. Industry or establishment In which person Works; whether an employer, employee or working on own account; whether out of work on April 10, I'.dO; number of weeks out of work in 1.619; whether read or write English: whether attend ing school since Septem 1, 1909; if a man over 50. whether served In Union or Confederate Army nr Navy. The individual slips contain the ad ditional queries as to wheth r the cltl zen is deaf, dumb or blind, and owns bis or her home. And Don't Get Msd. When Dr. Ball begins to enumerate some of the trials which his enum erators are going to experience he will have his time fully taken up. For in stance: The census-take may find himself against a hard proposition w r hen he asks for the names of the head of the family. If you happen to be a woman and claim the head place In the fam ily, don't tell that to the enumerator and don't get angry' if he disputes your word if you claim to be. The husband. In the eyes of the census officials, comes first, no matter how- insignificant or unobstruslve he may lie. The wife comes second and the children, whether sons or daughters, in the order of their ages. Last comes all persons living In the sam< house. Don't feel insulted when the enum erator asks how old you are. enumerator Is sworn to secrecy. Your age should be given in completed years at your last birthday. In the ease ot children under 2 years of age their age should be given in months, while children not yet a month old will be entered as such. Your work should be given in answer to such a question put to you on or before April 15. This applies to all occupations or professions which you usually or regularly follow, no matter I what your 1 Should you be seeking work and can ! not find It, do not fall to tell the census I I man, for the Department is making an endeavor to ascertain the measure of enforced employment. However, if you are a woman doing j housework in your own home and have I no other employment. y f ou should tell the census man that yon have no em ployment. If you work for wages, then you should state you are a house keeper. servant, cook or other, as the cose may bo. You should also state whether the place in which you work is a private family, hotel or boarding house, or if you are In addition to doing your housework regularly earning money by some other occupation whether pursued In your own home or outside, you should tell the census man that occupation. The sex or age. : ■ Georgetown Odd Fellows Elect. 1 Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. ! GEORGETOWN. Del.. April IS—Of ficers of Union Lodge. No. 3. I. O. O. F.. of tills town, have been elected for the ensuing term, as follows: N. G., Jehu F. Hudson; V. G., Henry C. Wag amon; secretary, J. C. Abbott; treas urer. C. R. Jones; chaplain, Minos O. Short: Conductor, Cyrus Hatfield; I Warden, W. T. Hobbs; R. S. to N. O.. jj Emory Chlpman L.S. to N.O. r. ! Row land Messlck; R. S. to V. O.. VV. Klwood W right ; L. S. to V. O., James A. Carey: R. S. S Zneherlah West; L. S. S, James H. Johnson; I G.. Oscar S. Wilson: O. O., Thomas B. Pepper. Overloading The Stomach - I Causes Incomplete Digestion, Weakens; The System, and Breeds Dyspepsia, Trial Package Free. Gluttony is as vile a sin as drunken j ness and Its evlll results are more ter J rible and far more rapid. The human ' system turns Into the stomach and alimentary canal from 7 to 35 pounds I of digestive fluid every twenty-four hours. Cram your stomach \f th food and you exhaust these Juicea. If your stomach cannot digest the food be cause it lacks juices to do with, you should either cat less or make more gastric fluids. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain j Ingredients one grain of which will dl j gest 3,000 grains of food. With Stu I art's Dyspepsia Tablets in your stom I ach the evil effects of overeating arc j removed, for these little tablets when ; dissolved stick to the food and digest ■ all the good from It. They won't aban | don the stomach and leave a mass of I decaying undigested food to putrify I and irritate the mucous membrane lin ing. They give greater quantities of gastric fluid, help the intestines en rich the blood, prevent constipation, and gluttony, while sinful, may yet s made less harmful by the use of these tablets. Every druggist carries them stock: price BO cents per box. or send j us your name and address and we will send you a trial package free by mall. Address. F. A. Stuart Co.. 150 Btuart Bldg.. Marshall, Mich. NEW IDEAS IN DOVER BUILDING Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL, DOVER, Del.. April 13.—A tine modern dwelling, or double house. Is now near. y completed on South State street by the Dover Lumber and Milling Company, the only residence In Dover to be. built entirely of Concrete to demonstrate modern con crete manufacture. The double house, even to Its basement amt porches. Is concrete, with only the necessary wooden partitions and lining on the Inside. It Is, therefore, fireproof. Each house has eight rooms and a hath. The basement is high, light and airy and contains kitchen, dining-room and store rooms. On the second floor is the living room, parlor, and a reception hall. Up stairs, or In the third floor, there will bo finished two comfortable bed room.-, end a large hamper cloact. The dimensions are 31 by 40 and each house will have store rooms or coal bins underneath the porch, rooms of solid and substantial concrete 7 by IS In dimensions. SOCIAL NEWS OF DOVER the A. E. Wood farm which they have Wlggin. who has removed to Dover from with her parents, Mr. bought, was given a reception by Mrs. Joseph McDaniel. All the members of tho .. . Bachelor Girls Club were the guests. George Miller, of Johnstown, Pa., has Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. DOVER, Del., April 13 —Miss Gustavia Greenport, L. I., and Mrs. Charles B. Wlggin, to reside on removed to bis new country home In this county, near Viola. Mrs. J. M. Twliley has gone for a visit of a few days in New Jersey and Pennsyl vania. A number of students of natural his tory and agriculture have visited the fruit farm of S. H. Derby, near *Tood slde. this week, where the most remark able bloom ot apple, peach and pear trees ever known In Central Delaware In all "blossom seasons" had made the whole country fragrant and radiant with color. The Dover Century Club will entertain and give a supper at the club house next Friday evening, beginning at 5.30 o'c'oek. The supper will be served In the club's dining-room on the first floor. Cheswold Sunday School Officers. DOVER April l.T—Thr new officer* for CheswotdSunday" school* for th" year are: Superintendent. J. Her mon Anderson; ssslstant. Edward A. Evans: secretary. O. O. Anderson: treasurer. Miss Lizzie F. Bishop; or ganlst. Miss Elsie Cantwell; artist, Miss Kate Helms; superintendent cradle roll. Mrs. McCann, librarian, m i u.nith- » missions MlSB R Ella Cattewon iun ern t mutent of home dèr^. .men.' «£ t.,? 1 of home Dover Against Circulars. DOVER. April 13.—Dover's Council has passed an ordinance refusing per mission and making it a violation of law to circulate hand-bills, programs, and paper advertisements or dodgers of any description, the city authori ties taking the stand that this sort of litter Is not only defacing the streets and sidewalks, but causes horses to become frightened and drains to he clogged. The ordinance went into ef fect today. Death of a Kent Boy. DOVER, April 13.—William E. Mur phy. 12 years old, son of Elizabeth Murphy, died at the home of John Scanlon, on the road between Fred i, rjca , ul( ] n„ wer8 Beach, suddenly. j je,, n p ra i services were held at Dover , Rev T p \ Va ldron. pastor of Holv Crogp Church . with interment at Holy Cros8 celnetery> Donation Day at School. This Is the annual donation day at the Delaware Industrial School for Girls. There were many visitors at the institution this morning. The women of the board of managers re ceived all calers. Many donations arc ] being received. j j ; ENDEAVORERS TO MEET. The Rev. Floyd W. Tompkins, rector of Holy Trinity Church. Philadelphia, 1 will be the principal speaker at the annual rally of the Wilmington Chris tian Endeavor Union which will be! held tomorrow evening in the Dela ware Avenue Baptist Church. Dr, ' Tompkins Is a speaker who is well 1 known to the ohureh-golng people of | Wilmington. The subject of the ad dress will be "The Loyal Christian." eases. Among Mr. BartranVs survlv- ] ing daughters la Miss Ida Bartram of ( this city. West Chester Firemen Coming. The Fame Fire Company, No. 8. 0(1 West Chester, 1ms accepted the invita tlon to be the guests of tho Water ] Witch Company here on October 6. Death of J. H. Bartram. J. Hibbard Bartram. of West Ches ter, died in a Philadelphia hospital yesterday from a complication of dls W. & N. Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Wilmington and North-1 ern Railroad Company will he held at the Reading Terminal, Philadelphia. at noon on May 2. Eleventh Ward Republicans. The Eleventh Ward Republican League will have an important meet ing at Its headquarters tonight. There will be a smoker following the busi ness meeting. Fascinating Hair Women Who Use Parisian Sage Have It and Keep It You never saw a beautiful woman who didn't have beautiful hair. «-harm of a beautiful -.vornan lies in The j ! her hair. Many women do not realize the at tractions they possess because they do not give proper attention to the hair. The women of Paris arc famed for their beauty, not because their facial features are superior to those of other women, but because they know how to keep young by supply ing vigor, lustre and strength to the hair. Up to three years ago Pari sian Sage could hardly be ob tained in Amer ica. But now this delightful hair re storer can lie had in every town in America. Miller Drug Co. sells It in Wilmington for 50 cents a largo bottle, and they guarantee it to »-row beau tiful, luxuriant hair; to turn dull, life less hair into lustrous hair; to stop failing hair; to stop Itching of the scalp. Understand Miller Drug Co. will give you your money back If it fails. Made only in America by Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every bottle. V % fiyw b ;1 J,|V SUSSEX WHIPPING POST, SELDOM USED, ROTS AWAY Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. GEORGETOWN. Del.. April 13—The old Sussex whipping-post, situated In the court House yard, has fallen as the result of decay, and the question now arises as to whether the authorities raise it again. The post has been standing for more than twenty years and during that time hundreds of criminals have l>een flogged at it. It has always served as a curiosity to pergon8 of olher state8 whenever a visit was made to the county seat, and hundreds of photographs have been taken by travellers. Some say that it POOR FEEDING CAUSES DEATH OF MANY EWES Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. DOVER. Del.. April 13.—A source of great loss among the farmers and stock men and taken up in a campaign of education by the experiment stations and tfTc gran- i of this peninsula is being considered j ges here. According to estimates over six per cen of lambs born in this State died dup I ; ,um Ing Infancy because their mothers did not have sufficient milk supply. Unwise feed ,n8 ' " ,e CXpCrtS deCla " > ' ^ ' . On© «beep breeder admits a. loss of thirty -von P- centum of his iambs from this cause. Cornfodder ami timothy hay, it Is pointed out. was fed to these ewes. »Rh plenty of water, as feed for the ewes be fore lambing, but after the birth of tho iambs, chopped fodder and bran were fed. nits, it is pointed out, was a mistake, as «é Itfier of those feeds contains sufficient nriiii« r „I " .... , . . pr °' eln '° m ' " 11 be ' n * out '° ,he fnrmCrS " m ° r " aubs,a,, " aI ffra i n feed, with chopped turnips will save I th« «Rire fold of lambs. Enumerators Instructed. Special <0 THE EVENING JOURNAL. GEORGETOWN, Del.. April 13—The census parts of the county came here yester day to receive instructions, prepara tory to entering upon their duties. enumerators from different SHAKE IT OFF Rid Yourself of Unnecessary Bur dens. A Wilmington Citizen Shows You How. Don't bear unnecessary burdens. Burdens of a bad back are unnec essary Get rid of them. Doan's Kidney Pills cure bad backs; Cure lame, weak and aching backs; Cure every form of kidney ills. Lots ot local endorsement to prove this. ] Thurston Lowe, Sr., 411 Taylor St., Wilmington. Del., says: "The Jolting I received while working as an en gineer on the railroad affected my kid neys and often caused my back to j ache severely. Doan's Kidney Pills j brought me great relief from this ; trouble and since then I have always kept a box on hand. Since giving up that work, I have used Doan's Kidney Pills off and on, procuring them at Danforth's Drug Store any they have never failed to cure any symptom of kidney trouble. I heartily recommend his splendid remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United ' 1 | Slates. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. • - ___ * wmr a 1 [\ VI OllYflTT/ fkl Ü rtllOlUllIj UI U ft Cllvll See it in Our Window Haven't the Least Idea there are so many pieces (hat go to make up a Watch, until you see it apar!. Your WkIcH Should Have Proper Attention YOU Did you ever stop to think that a watch beats 18,000 times an hour and 157,788.000 times a year, is the most delicate and receives the least attention of any machine made? Thousands of fine Watches are ruined by running for years without being cleaned and oiled properly. A Watch should not run longer than one and a half years without being cleaned and the fact that it will run longer tn some cases does not mean economy to the owner. If you have had your Watch repaired elsewhere without satisfactory' results, give us a trial and learn that wc repair Watches In the best possible manner, and ail work is guaranteed. Special attention given to the repairing ot high-grade and complicated Watches. Optometrist and Jeweler, Eye Testing Parlor is Complete. Only 409 MARKET STREET. WILMINGTON, DEL LYN THOMAS, AUTO SUCCEDS THE TOWN HACK Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. NEWARK. Hel-, April 13.—Following the advent of the "green streak" of the Re in Wlltn.ngion, llance Fire Company, comes the "red Dash" of Charles Sirahorn in Newark. Mr. Strahorn keepa a livery stab.e In the college town and makes a specialty of carrying persons to and from the railroad station which is located about a mile out of town. The 11 very mai i d h a last week and has replaced cab horses them with a thoroughly equipped aulo-car. The machine carries twelve persons and makes the trip to the station In less than the level stone read. Mr. two minutes on Slranhnrn's auto-cab Is the only one of Its kind In the stale. CHARTERS GRANTED. DOVER, April 13.—The State De partment of Delaware issued certifi cates of incorporation to the Farmers Canning and Preserving Company, dispose of farms, farm lands, fruits, orchards and products. The Incorpor ators are J. P. Davis, of Florala, Ala., W. A. Utile of Albany, Georgia, and P. A. Davis of Washington, D. C. The capital stock is $100,000. i„ The Okey Royalty Company incorporated to engage in the man ufacture of certain machinery for the production of electric current The incorporators are of Wilmington, Del. and the capital stock is $50,000. A certificate of amendment was is sued for th.- Safety Block Signal Com pany, increasing its capital stock from The incorpora was $200,000 to $1,000.000. tors are of Philadelphia. will have to be again erected or be replaced with a new one, as the whip ping post has not yet been abolished in this State : and others are of the opinion that It will be unnecessary as all the floggings of Sussex criminals are administered at the workhouse. Clerk of the Peace Willey has been offered fifty dollars for the post by some persons who want it for the pur pose of cutting it up and selling the small bits as souvenirs, acept the offer, but is at a loss as to what to do. for if the post is again settled it will be too short. He refuses to NEWS NOTES OF NEW CASTLE j Residents Complain of High Price of Shad—Mission for Men „ ... . Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. ty CA £]£®' ^ey' àr^^vlng "two tms tn> nenete tney are pa>mg two üa" a h" "'ll* °°° d * h " d sold during the past *ee.k a,s high as m. cents. WhUe shad sold in New Vork ' u » hundred Ne» Castle people had to pay from 50 to 90 cents each. In Wilmington Delaware river fl.h are — 1 n * a ' * nt * Pach Thcy a ' v '] *^ e aam ® kll ' d s !"' d ,hat a ™ ® au * ht b> he * " si 1 e f s, ' ermen ' ,n former >ea ™ h ' he ® ncdu, * ed come here and buy the fish. As high as tony wagons would be In waiting. But now the prohibitive price keeps r From ,. anca , ( er. Wes. Chester. Ken-j nett Square and other Pennsylvania towns the wagons came .or the shad, The fishermen in (hose times had more money coming to them than at oresent when the shad are shipped to New York entirely. There »ill be no meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians to-night because the members wish to attend the renewal mîs. sion In St. Peter's Church. The Hiber nians will meet on next Wednesday evening. Receivers of the Wilmington. New Cas. tie and Southern Rail»'«: - Company are making repairs to the trolley road at Sec ond and Delaware streets. Albert Kirby lost about worth of net when n steamship ran through It yesterday. them The Rev. J. J. Heinan. In St. Peter's cening. preached on "Death The renewal Church last and Particular Judgment" mission in the church is being largely, attended by the men of the parish. Non-11 Catholics are cordially invited to attend! the -services. The High School Club will play the South Side baseball club 011 Saturday. Many persons were sorry yesterday when the Atlantic House was closed. Mr. Ries, who has been tenant of the house for seventeen years, invested near ly $20.000 In the restaurant end hotel busineses. There Is a probability of new houses being built here this summer. There Is a demand for houses at present and no to he obtained. In Dobbins houses a: ville and Shawtown there are rows ot houses that are unlit for habitation. Forest Fire in Sussex. Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. MILI.SBORO. Del.. April 13—A forest fire which broke out last night, de JAS. T. Ml'LLIK 4 SONS. 1 A v t j &.X fib v / I NEW SUITS To-day; every size and price filled up, $10 to $3U for Men and Young Men. New Greys, New Blues, New Black and White Silk Mixtures. New Blue Serges and every Suit must be worth the money or we want to know It. Big line Suits for Boys, sizes 15 to 19 years, $8 to $1S. Special cut and make up in style and trimmings. Spring Overcoats, Rain coats and Slip-ons. Closed at 6 except Tues days and Saturdays. Jss, I. Mullln & Son«, tlb and Mattel Jack Frost ice PUREST and BEST CONSUMERS ICE AND COAL CO. Main Office, 2d and King Sts pOR THE SPRING BRIDE there can he nothing more appro priate in the way of gifts than a piece of choice ,cut glass or Ste* • ling silver. Let us show you. C. F. RUDOLPH. FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS. Watch Talk If you are interested in Watches that keep the correct time Come and have^a talk with us. We handle all the J ea ji nK makes, including the How * rd ' Hamilton ' and the B ' B ' B ' S P ecla ' we have had years of experience) along this line and want you to pro | . Ask to see the Watch Man. JeWClCFS, r*8zl_ j ko • , pi f Hill 20(1 lYlSTKCt OlS. | 719 Market Si. nurd - TH/S SEASON'S FAD Latest Monograms in Belt Pins OFobs Gold and Silver Plated $1 each 20 Per Cent Off Metal Bags During April JOSEPH KLRN, Established I860 2d Floor. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. ' — ) ( I J LOANS $10 and Upon Your Furniture PIANO OR OTHER SECURITY. You ought to know more about OUR way before borrowing. It will cer tainly pay you to call. | AMERICAN Brokerage Co., j 919 Market Street. Second Floor. Phone D. & A. 5695. stroyed much valuable timber In tbs vicinity of the William Hurdle l|on»a Rtead. and for a time th reate noil de struction to buildings in the vicinity.