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Helps Baby's Bowels Free
Any mother with a child given to constipation should send her name and ;
address to Dr. Caldwell and secure a free sample bottle of a remedy especially
adapted to the cure of this trouble in children. There is no remedy on the
American market today more widely used for this purpose than Dr. Caldwell's i
Syrup Pepsin. Tt is in thousands of homes for just this purpose. It is the best
child's remedy obtainable, and any mother having trouble with her children's
bowels owes it to herself and the child to make a free test to see for herself
whether these claims are justified. Thousands say they are, but you should find
out for yourself, so send your address today for a free sample bottle. Then, i
after having used it, if you are convinced it is the remedy you need, do as other '
mothers are doing and go to your druggist and buy it In the regular way at fifty i
cents and one dollar a bottle. The dollar bottle 1« for families. Every household 1
should have such a remedy at hand, as one can never tell when gome member of |
the family will suffer from contlpation. Indigestion, liver trouble, sour stomach,
sick headache, etc. Here you have a laxative that the youngest child can '
use with safety, and yet Is effective on the strongest constitution. No child ]
will refuse it, as It Ik very palatable, and tt never gripes. Results are absolutely
guaranteed or money will be refunded. You can see from the testimonials printed
here and In other announcements how enthusiastic people are about this remedy, j
This should In Itself prompt you to begin Us use. but if you do not want to be i
put to any expense before being convinced then send to Dr. Caldwell for the free
•ample bottle. After that you will always have it at hand.
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Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
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T am taking Syrup Pepsin and think
It là the grandest medicine I liave ever
taken for constipation and 1 have taken
nl! others 1 could hear of.
praise it enough for what it has dono
for me and also my children,
your great medicine be In every borne.
- MRS S. A. BRANST1TTKR. Chlck
asha. Okla.
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bottle of Syrup Pepsin and it baa
done me more good than ail uf tho
medicine I ever took. I cannot speak
too highly of It. I feel thankful that
I ever wrote you about the medicine.
P ran eat most anything and It don't
distress me.—MRS. ELLEN DUNGAN.
Munrle. Ind.
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DR. ('AlDtVKI-I. PERSONALLY WILL BE PLEASED TO
GIVE YOU ANY MEDICAL ADVICE YOL - MAY DESIRE FOR TOVR
MEI.F OR FAMILY PERTAINING TO THE STOMACH. LIVER OR
BOWELS. ABSOLUTELY IEEE OF CHARGE. EXPLAIN YOUR
CASE IN A LETTER AND HF WILL REPLY TO YOU IN DETAIL. !
FOR THE FREE SAMPLE SIMPLY SEND YOUR NAME AND AD
DRESS ON A'POSTAL CARD OK OTHERWISE.
QUEST THE DOCTOR'S ADDRESS IS DB. W. B. CALDWELL.R.516
CALDWELL BLDG., MONI1CEIXO, ILL.
FOK EITHER KE
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SUMMER NOT TO
BE EXTRA HOT
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At least, the Comet Will Not
Make It So, Says
.Weather Man
fat man in town ought to ris^
right up and give, three whoops. Weather
Alan says it won't be a hot summer, that
is. a." far as that 75-year-streak-of-llght is
concerned. Baseball fans wl.l kindly wills.
lle three times, cross their fingers and
hold their breaths, for mark: There
be storms, showers and sprinkles.
Poets can shariwn their wits and their
pencils and prepare to dope out some sun
Every
I'.se and sunset bubbles. Every time that
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'he comet nods its head and wags its tall,,
Why, there is going to be some weather.
Don't cuss tbo comet, though, for these!
charming April showers that the Common
wealth is wading through. It doesn't know
anything about them, thinks the Weather!
Man.
The particle of the comet's tall discharg
ed Into space will be Xavorab e for the
formation of clouds and rain, he declares.
There will probably be ail kinds of sun
sets and sunrises that the comet Wl.l bo
mixed up in, but ho will tell more about
that later.
WOMEN GIVE
FALSE AGES
BALTIMORE, April 26.-Fredertek T.
Dorton, Supervisor of tho Census, is be
ing bomgarded with a volley of letters in
fnminine liamlwriting In wli|^ t the
say they gave a false ageV, the enumer
ator and wish to bo entered properly In
the privacy of Mr. Dorton's offices.
"Do you think I'd tell my real age
with everybody in the house standing
around In the doorway?" satd one woman
who called in person. ''Not much/ 1 don't
tell anybody my age."
Telephone calls without number have
been mafffe by women who wish to cor
rect the false ago given the enumerator.
Thee« have ben especially frequent from
the fashionable sections of the city.
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Delicately formed and gently reared, women
will find, in all the seasons of their lives, as
maidens, wives or mothers, that the one simple,
wholesome remedy which acts gently and
pleasantly and naturally, and which may bo £
used with truly beneficial effects, under any ^
conditions, when the system needs a laxative,
is—Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is
well known to be a simple combination of the
laxative and carminative principles of plants
with pleasant aromatic liquids, which are
agreeable and refreshing to the taste and
acceptable to the system when its gentle
cleansing is desired.
Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna can hope to get its
beneficial effects, and as a guarantee of the
excellence of the remedy, the full name of the
company—California Fig Syrup Go.—is printed
on the front of every package, and without it
any preparation offered as Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna is fraudulent and should be
declined. To those who know the quality of
this excellent laxative, the offer of any substi
tute, when Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna
is called for, is always resented by a transfer k[i : \
of patronage to some first-class drug establish
ment, where they do not recommend, nor sell ^
false brands, nor imitation remedies. The genu
ine article may be bought of all reliable drug
gists everywhere; one size only. Regular
price 50 cents per bottle. Get a bottle today fez
to have in the house when needed.
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WILMINGTON
Loans on
LOAN Furniture
NCW LOCATED
ROOM 215
Ford Building
COMPANY
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Songster Club Supper.
The Jeffcrls-Songstcr Cub of the
People's Settlement hold its annual
!>u,ip> t last night. The oh. Settlement
House was nierr> witn the voices ol
the young people, as th i;ie who could
.ippro time out of their n:sy days,
came to decorate with fluw-i s and club
r.olo. s and prepare the » ipper. The
evening was a success m every way.
The invited g,.etls were: Mr. and Mrs.
I■ ■ lag Warner, Miss Mary S. Malone,
Miss Mlriau Webb. The M'sses Jane
i^Bd Esther Godd. of Philadelphia, and
ss Isabella Wales.
There are no Shirts on the market
to compare with these just displayed
now * at Daylight Dr>
foods «tore K. M. Goldberg. Dont
U ' M ' 8 intt ' reatln « tu look
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
TO ATTEND CHURCH
In Scott M. E. Church on Thursday
members of
1, Knight"
Day
The Rev. William G. Koons
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evening next the
John . g c'ommanderv No.
Temp i ar wl R attend Ascension
Kt,
services.
w jR preach the permon.
Repairing a Bridge
Painters will shortly begin the work
of painting the Market street bridge
over the Christiana. Thi work of
planking has been finished.
There are no Shirts on the market
to compare with these just displayed
now. at 415 King St., Daylight Dry
goods store. E. M. Goldberg,
miss it. It is interesting to look at.*
Don't
Dredge Became Disabled.
Owing to the breaking of some ma
chinery' the sand dredge Felix be
came disabled near Ship John Light.
Tho tug Taurus towed the barge to
the Pusey & Jones Company's yards
where repairs were made yesterday.
To Address Churchmen.
The Rev. F. L. Hawks Pott, D. D„
president of the Shanghai Missionary
College, will be one of the speakers
at tho semi-annual dinner of the
Church Club of Delaware on May 19.
New Arc Light.
A new arc light has been placed at
Sixth and Shipley streets.
EXPECT $45,000
MORE IN TAXES
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ÜBIHOCrâtS rlßlirillß OH ulß III"
crease From Assessment
Boost
That the Democratic financial pilots in |
City Council expect to got nearly lên.'JW
by the Increased assessments throughout .
the city was learned to-day.
To more exact. It ia estimated that j
the Increase In city lax revenues, dm* ,
mem, j
Appeal and Revision In caualtiK propcrt> !
the aaaeps-|
the action of the Board of
ti
valuations to bo boosted o
iks ami by putting East l.ake
mil
mem I«
the I iighlHiids hi the full rale class xs ill '
ho about $45,000.
Chairman James Kane, of the finance
committee of Council figures out that the
lame In ussoFsnientg should give the city
S45.1HIO more of taxes. "And It will be real i
money, too. he nald.
The Hoard of Assortment Appeal and ;
Revision it having sessions nightly to act !
on appeals. Cp to the
many appeals have been acted on.
many are being filed.
The Board has visited the
section of the î
Ypcscnt time not j
hut i
ftghlands (
Seventh ward and inspected
hlch lias been nn»vcd from •
i full-rate ass«
that dlMrlet
a half-rate to
including the big plant of the Joseph Hi
croft and Solis Company., W Ida* the
mix. I
cut ll
aid
lias taken no final action on the protest
gainst the fill -rate basis, l! is said i
lik'd
111 continue the lull rate;
In force, but
he low
some other
ils and the East
I liai the board
sr
n*nt for that m*c(1«i
t the valuation figures may
1 on the Ht
♦rofl plant an
propert Ion In the IllghU
|l*ako section«.
With the* great boost made in asv?
among owners
.taxes will
I lemoorata
ue.t ion
which
of the
has come muck dissaUsf
of propen ios on
>e Idgiier. and »■
re is'ei.tiling agitated over 1 Do
..(Tod this
ay liave against the Demo
eralie ticket In ike approaching campaign.
Tltere are many muttorlngs over the pros
pect of increased laxes.
THE SOUND SLEEP OF GOOD ;
HEALTH 1
Tlie restorative power of sound sleep
can not be over estimated and anj j
ailment that prevents it is a menaci |
to health. J. !.. Southers, Rau Claire, |
Wls., says;—"For a long time I have!
been unable to sleep soundly nights,
because of pains across my back and I
soreness ot my kidneys. My appe
Ute was very poor and my general j
condition was much run down. 1 have •
been taking Foley's Kidney Pills but,
a short time and now sleep as sound
as a rock. I eat and enjoy my meals
and my general condition is greatly)
improved. 1 cun honestly recommend
Foley s Kidney Pills as I know they
have cured me." N. B. Danforth, Mar
ket and Second Sts.*
TWO MEN WERE
ACCI DENTALLY HURT
Herbert Colbus, aged 40 years of
No. 219 West Seventeenth street, em
ployed at the plant of the Pullman
Car Company, had his shoulder dis -
located yesterday afternoon.
Janies Carbo of Montchanin, em
ployed by the Philadelphia and Read
ing Railroad Company, was struck In
the eye yesterday by a small piece of
Both had their injuries -U
stone.
tended to at the Delaware Hospital.
DOG SAVAGELY
ATTACKS BOY
C. AY. Rose, a boy, aged 6 years,
bitten by a mongrel dog in Kirk
wood Park yesterday aft moon, Mrs.
Rose the mother of the child was sit
ting on a bench not far away at the
was
The dog snapped the child's (
time.
face and caused painful wounds.
Dogcatcher Kopp captured the dog
and will put it to death at the pound.
The animal belonged to a family liv
ing near the Rose home.
To Give Box Social.
The Edgemor Field Cl th will give 1
n box social on Friday evening, May
6 at No. 414 East Third street.
Hold Husband on Wife Beating Charge
Wife heating was charged against
James Heywood in City
The wife Beatrice xaid Hey
Court this:
morning.
wood last night knocked her down and
"mashed" her. He had nothing to say
and was held under $50 bail tor the
upper courL
New Piano for Scott Sunday School.
A new Grand piano has been plac
ed in Scott M. E. Sunday School room.
The piano is the gift of the Church
Brotherhood and the Epworth League.
Knife Wielder.
$20 Fine on
Assault and battery' was the charge
against Joshua Bordley,
City Court this morning,
plainant was Benjamin Williams, col
Bordley yesterday
colored in
Tho com
»aid
ored, who
struck him and cut him slightly wita
a pen knife In the head. Bordley
pleaded guilty and was fined $20 and
costs.
"DIME DAY" FOR
ASSOCIATED CHARITIES
,
May 4 has been set apart as Dime
Day by the Associated Charities. The
treasury was depleted during the win
ter and now the envelopes aro being
distributed throughout tho cly and the
following named places
have consented to serve as receiving
stations:
building. E. E. Hanna. Frank P. Tur
of business
Bee Hive Company, chiPont
ner. Kennard & do., Crosby & Hill Co.,
The Morning News, Miller Drug Co.,
W. H. Smith & Co.. Morrow and Son,
Spruance Drug Store, Second and Mon
streets; Dr. H. R. Spruance, Eighth
and Lombard streets: Palmer's grocery
store. No. 1908 Market street: Harvey's
pharmacy, Delaware avenue;
Cappeau. Delaware avenue and
Pont street: D. W. Lynch & Co., Fourth
and Madison streets.
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Seaford Collects Unmuzzled Dogs.
SEAFORD. April 28.—Over three
score of unmuzzled dogs have already
been Liken up on the streets here
since the ordinance was passed re
quiring all dogs to be muzzled, and
many have been put to death.
Canning & Hines
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS
212 WEST SEVENTH STREET.
Wilmington, Del.
Estimates Chserfully Furnish***
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Smart Designs
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of art, craft and
substance
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in practical
shoes. Prices
always reasonable.
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Beaslon & Thompson,
414 KING STREET
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Make u
thin wooden slats,
very convenient but wire draws the
heal and often young vines arc ruined
by the scorching wires,
WOMANKIND
ON WOODEN SLATS.
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flower trellis of strings
Chicken wire is
If a trellis Is very targe and a rose
or other permanent plant Is planted
by It. always seen re the young branches
the trellis with pieces of leather
tacked on each side of the branch.
Leather will last for years and will
not ruin a branch swaying against it.
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The observance of strict etiquette at
bridge table would frequently save
hurt feelings and strained friendships.
For carelessness of manner, and al
most any informality may cause tense
ness and UP 8 ®* a hostess, which is al
ways a breach of good manners.
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LADIES' FF. Ml-PRINCESS DRESS.
Parts Pa««™ So. 2980
All Seama Allowed.
Finding at tbo loll aide ol tho rent«*
nark snam. this Is a charming model de
voioped in pongee Or rajah silk. It ha*
an tbo now feature«—tb* plaited flounce
portion, long oloeveo. and prlnrms panel.
The yoke is of all over laor, csitllned with
soutache braid. The pattern h b I
nr*. Æ to 44 Inched, boat meaaara. Wtor
, * bast the dress require« 9% yard« of
material U Inches wide. 8% yards 5T
tnebes wide. «K yard* 56 Inches wide. 5Vi
yards 41 Inches wide, or FA yards H
Inches wide; as Illustrated % yard of «O
lace U Inches wide. Width ot low«*
odgo, about S41 yards
Price of Pattem. 10 cents.
o'
To obtain this pattern or any
the others heretofore described
THE JOURNAL, fill out the follow
ing coupon and Inclose tt with 10
cents In an envelope addressed to the
Fashion Editor, THE EVEN! NO
JOURNAL. Fourth and Shlplay Sta..
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Wilmington, Delaware:
To the Fashion Editor.
THE EVENING JOURNAI*
Wilmington, Del.
Inclosed find 10 cents, 1er which
send ms
Pattern No, ..........
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Date published ..
Name ... ...
.... Street
........ City
....... State
Date ot this order -
The above pattern ana other Parts Pat
terns described in THE JOURNAL and
all of the patterns made by the Parts
Modes Co. can bo obtained tor 10 cents
from
CROSBY & HILL CO.,
605-607-609 Market St.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Social and
Personal
•Mrs. A. Cullln, .Mrs. «.'lurk mul Mrs.
ft. A. KuIiiih, of Hits city, »p nl yes
terday visiting friend
in l'hil.ol-1
Mips Sarah Wiiiiama liUb returned t«»
Cheater öfter spending Hu- week ,-tiU with '
friends In lids city.
I lorry
an, of Chester, has been visit
11 tiK Wilmington friends
•Miss Mary Trump visited friends ot
Bethel this week.
Miss Ethel Whiteman and Philip South
ard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Rolieri Merrick. Jr., at Ihcir t ionic,
"Maple Terrace," Mendenhall
Mr .ami Mrs. Jones have h
cen the kmchXm •
and Mrs. Warren II McCord of
Klver*on for a few du\«.
Mr. aim Mrs. Wood and daughter Naomi
»f Mi
have returned from upending several dayw
with friend»
it K I verson.
MI»*h Mary Thatcher of Kennctt Smuirc^l
»pom Tuemlay In this city.
John Croy has returned to I plant! aftei j
• lime will
spending
Miss Addle <». Davis spent Sunday with
friends here.
lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Join* navis. * »X
Bethel.
Mir Merlon Ym
ill has returned to tld» 1
days with her |
iiif, Mr and Mrs. Walker Yurnall of
city
iftcr spending a fe<
pm
hlm»
Misa Annie N'ealcy spent Tuesday with
Mr. and Mrs. Georg« 1 Snyder, of Trainer.
Roy Collins has been visiting his cousin,
Mrs. KlUabelli White of Trainer,
Mrs. John Harris, of Trainer has been
visiting Wilmington relatives.
Mis» Martha Simms
at Tough kenn mon.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sparks of Che«- j
ter are spending several »lays with friends
In this city.
recent vlntior j
Miss Maud Allnwav. of Chester, spent
Sunday with friends in this city.
Mr and Mrs. HI wood Ml« ml have re- !
turne«l from a visit t*• Sir and Mrs. John
W. Grubb, of Chester.
John Gallagher anil l>nnl«M Scully have
returned to Chester aller a visit to friends
here.
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and .MI»« i'lara \ Hci
»f Mr. and Mr». xVifrcd
Lanca«tc
John J. Rlle>
rick, daughter
Herrick, of No. *.
wore married
iveuue.
Tiling ul Hie home
of iho bride by the Hcv W. U, Koons,
pastor of Scott M. K. LTiurch, Oreamer
Herrick, brother of the bride, acted «s
groomsman, and Miss Editli Coillson was
ISt
lirtdeamuld. Following the marriage there
was a reception
served. They will live at No.
avenue.
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Mt lhn- Dougoarty.
in Sk Ann's Church >asl ecvntng Miss
Anna K. Miillln and Chai cs J. Doiigherly
were married by the Itcv. Frank J. Con
n e||y, assisted by the Uev John J. Duugh
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•ceptlon was held last ev
ing at the home of the lirlde. No. iM Ul W est
1 Eighteenth street, and after a trip to
Washington. Mr, amt Mrs. Dougherty will
ilve at No. IVW Lincoln street.
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O'Callahan-Me Henry.
Heart Church on Tuesday
n and Richard Me-1
by Hie Rev. Father
In Sacred
Miss Nellie O'Callaha
Henry were marrtei
The bride was attended by Miss
j Nellie Mahoney as bridesmaid and Tiioin»»
groomsman. Both Hie
Alben.
McKay was
and bridesmaid wore white salin and car
rled ferns and lilies of the valley. There
were many guests pre
•ceptlon
•nt. A
St. Helena, Rockford,
held at No,
their new home.
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Engagement Announced.
The engagement Is announced of Miss
lull, of this city and former
|y of Flktoh, Md.. to William WaUsley.
Jr., of New Castle«. The
Maliell H.
mnrriait«; will
lake place the first of Juno.
Standard Bearers to Enlertam
The Standard Bearers of Harrison Street
rlll give "an evening ln I
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M. E. Church.
Japan
evening. May 5, lit the church annex.
Thursday |
rlth Miss Soper.
on
What promises to be the most popu
lar concert ever given by Hie Wilmlng
Inn Choral Society, will take place at
the New-Century Club next Tuesday
cvcnlng. May 3, under the direction of
T. licslle Carpenter.
sixty voices lias been carefully trained
In Its work which consists of twelve
selected pieces, the beauties of which
CHORAL SOCIETY CONCERT
The chorus of
be recognized at once by the entire I
audience. t tf these, six nr familiar j
Folks songs of as many different na
Other songs are by Faning, |
ran
linns.
Jeuson, Brahms, Elgar and German.
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have weak
f Rensselaer i'o.. N. Ÿ., for years « backs, It is catarrh of the kidney*.
well-known merchant of • Thu kidney is being gradually dc
• Troy, lu a letter from No. 45 King * stroyed by this derangement.
» St.. Troy, N. V., he writes: * The mucous membrane lining of the
• "Reruns cured me from what the * kidney is inflamed-—ulcerated.
• doctors were afraid would turn into * The catarrhal products arc irritative,
* Bright's disease, after I had suffer- • an{ j are sa pping away the vitality of
♦ ed with catarrh of the bladder and * kidney, which makes the back
♦ kidney trouble. * I weak.
• "Peruna 1» n blessing to a sick *1
i • man. Eight bottles made me a well •
» man and were worth more than a * ) fon '
• thousand dollars to me.
; " "I cannot speak too highly of it. • pain
» It is now four years since I was * j the
* troubled, and I have enp>ycJ per- •! <
• feet health since."
Jl.S
This causes tiroplc to become old he
their lime—holding on to their
stoop over without
• ! Imeka- -unable 1
and having sudden cramps
muscles of the back.
in
IH
kidney«—that
i»f the
< 'aturrh
what Is ailing them.
A course
The need before the kidney» have become
j permanently destroyed.
« '
of Panina is what they
Department,
Medical
.. Culumbus,
Address
Peruna
Mbs Elizabeth fondit will play n
movement from the Grieg Concerto for
,vim pa tiled on u second piano
by Mrs. Hit wood O
r VVjiIph will «In« Mkaola'H «on» fr«
<iirtw*n. anil Gcorgo MvHiikIi will r«*n-j
firr tin* spirito K«*ntU from Donlactll'»
. S1
.. . " ... .
[•iun«». tun
Mr«. !..
.laoknon.
La Fnvorlta.
u high C.
Ca I pouter will
obligato.
-O
COULD'NT WAIT FOR
FIXED WEDDING DATE
j uf ( (amuse April do. the date set for
their wedding seemed too fur off. Harvey 1
Myers and Miss Mae Immendolf, ot Phlla
ilelphla. decided on February 12 last to slip!
Wilmington and get mar
ct and on the at
quietly
rted. To doi-lde was l
of that dny the Rev. George !..
1 Wolfe performed the ceremony which
and wife.
■mi
! mad« tlicm mn
Km h returned to Hiolr liomcs and until
the announcement lo (heir
|, )Hinnts , i
I kept.
made
th
veil
•slerdny. the secret
W,, l,
The parents of Nub expie
and willingly
no
j displeasure
Jgivencs*.
for
granle.
I
j
-0—
Ch»ndlerCros»an.
Km cut W. CrosMUt and Hol«?n
'handler of Mockenslfi were married I
Rod i May Creek Chim b par*
on April 26, by the Rev. John
11 " ». * T !
I
I >.
at the
soilage
1). Blake,
Promotion For Railroad Man.
, . '
•1 B. Carol hers has l.efen appointed |
nu peH n fondent and ftonorul agent or
\th. Philadelphia division of the Hal
PI I more and Ohio Railroad. He suc
I .Veds H. H. Vporhece, w lto
is now in
Mr.
Baltimore.
«nice.
| president's
('Brothers Is from the Illinois division
of the B. and O.
Standard Bearers to Receive.
The Standard Bearers of Scott M.
IF. Church are arranging lor tneir an
| nua | reception to their men friends
to p ( . given some time next month. No
I ,( u te hits been arranged for the affair.
i, u t It will he dcelled niton at the
{ U | inllu | meeting of the association
I
| res tune Its regular meeting this
I ing with the Rev. F. B. AN cleh as
j speaker, he taking for his subject,
"The Post Resurrection Appearance."
| Members and friends of tho assts-ia
tlon are Invited to attend. ,
V. W. C. A. Bible Class Meeting.
The Y. W. C. A. Bible class will
oven
TWO HURT WHEN
FLOOR GAVE WAY
Men Buried Beneath Wreckage
and Bales of Skins in
Leather Plant
t No.
ipseph
aged 45 years.
William Dwyer,
sal Jefferson street, a foreman, and J
smith, aged 'St years, ot No. 4l.i Fa;'! Bvc
^ ^
day
me third story
srrluusly lujui-d yesler
■ct. wore
iftcrnoon. by the fioor col'apslng lu
of the storehouse at tho
Castle 1. .allier Company'» plant at
eels. Dwyer su»
Nc
Eleventh and Poplar sti
broken leg und wo» othci'Wj
collar
tn Ibcd
Jured and Smith had
broken. Both men were taken to the Del
pltnl In th« Phoenix amlulaiic •.
The room In wldc.lt llio floor
Ids
bone
ware I In
d lamed
ise.I for storing skin» anil there
Wet
\va
.r hali'.M »tuned there. Without
l* wan n creaKlng
Mini the llo
a number
a mon
, . .
work of rescuing I)
that lie wan in the rooti
the cruah. When he wan gottei
•nt*» warning the
and grinding: nolae
(Way. Dwyer and Smith
lown in the crai^h
Work men Immediately
carried
I were tnirk.l In ih>
,cru
begun till!
vcr. It being k
al the time ot
out the
remove the baies ot
ing that Smith
wreckage. When they came upon hlm b
wits nearly suffocated. Both men will r<
tt
men proceodod to
, W|1B , |ot Htu
as
cover.
PURCHASED DUNCAN STOCK
Cohen & Fmkelstein Will Hold Sale
of 5 and 10 Cent Store Goode.
Cohen and Fenkelstein, of No.
King street, have purchased the entire
stock of J. M. Ducan and t onipany »
5 and 10 cent store, at No. 230 King
street, and will put name on sale Sat
unlay at s a. in. This will lie a chance
403
to purchase popular 5 and 10 cent goods
at less than cost of manufacture.
Punching Case Gets to Court
Joseph Lwodsefskl will be given a
hearing In L'ity Court tomorrow morn
ing. The complainant Is another
Pole, who says Joseph and another
man punched him.

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