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IlUf un i i tnlij BOULEVARD Said He Will Connect Selby ville and Ellendale With Macadam Highway HE WANTS ONLY SMALL RIGHT OF WAY Si 21.—It GEORGETOWN. Del.. Jan. is rumored that. Gen. T, Coleman du rent, whose plans of building a state now will highway through Delaware, are held up by the supreme court, give Sussex county a special boule vard from SelbyvlUc to Ellendale via Frankford, Dagsboro, Millsboro, Georgetown and Ellendale. According to the rumor, duPont has decided that If the people of Sussex county would see that ho get the right of way across the coun ty almshouse farm, the only spot In Sussex in which a right of way has not been granted, he building a boulevard through county at once and connect with the better roads of Kent. The proposition was joy and n special meeting of the trus tees of the poor has been called fop Thursday at 12.30. In when good-road advocates will come before the board to urge the deeding of the strip to Gen. duPont, thus mak ing a complete right of way from Selbyvillc to Ellendale, a distance of more than thirty miles. Rumor further has It that the big force of men, who have just com pleted the work on the big DuPont Hotel, at Wilmington, will be put im mediately on the Job, and by late summer a macadam road will be fin ished as far north as Ellendale, General would start the heard with Georgetown. A mean stuffy cold, with hoarse is just the kind that runs Into bronchitis or pneumonia. Don't trifle with such serious condi tions but take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound promptly. Quick and beneficial results arc- Just what you can expect from this great medicine. It sooths and heals the Inflamed air passages. It stops the hoarse racking cough. N. B. Danforth, Market and Second streets, Wilmington, Del.* EDEN STAFF HAS MUCH WORK AHEAD EBen Lodge, No. 34 1. O. O. F., will have a gala night on Thursday, when they will be visited by Grand Secre tary C. S. Pinos and other prominent members of the New Jersey Jurisdic tion, who are hunting pointers In de gree work. Edou will confer the third degree and the Jersey citizens should have their desires satisfied. On last Thursday, Dr. J. Willard Crossan past grand master, visited the lodge and brought with him two candidates from Centrovllle Lodge, on which Eden conferred the second de gree. It Is possible that they will be present on Thursday to receive the third. fJîr. a , New Jersey officials; Philip -Y Isaac, Arthur P. Hudson and Charles Mr. and Mrs. AVllliam Hushobeck. of Now Castle, were agreeably sur prise last evening by a serenade given by the Monday Evening At K Club, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. llushe >■ berk's recent marriage. The members of the club, of which . the bride, w ho previous to her mar riage was Miss Kate Brooks of Wll miugton. was formerl,' a member. boarded the 7.35 o'clock trolley to t .■'New Castle and prdteded to the homo of the bride and groom on North Fourth street, where they were sere naded in truly bridal style to the ae I compantmcnt of the music usually used on those happy occasions. t The guests Included Mr. and Mn John Dudley Gibson. Mr. and Mrs, George E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Thomas A. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs, Har vey F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Middleton, Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Qrantland, Mr. and Mrs. The following committee has been appointed to receive and the H Burns. On Friday. February 14 Eden De gree Staff will go to Elktoa, to take part in an important celebration and to give an exhibition of tin* initiatory degree. A splendid upright piano at the Canby estate sale tomorrow morning ut the Clayton House.* * • GRANGERS TO TALK OF JOINT BUILDING ' E. T. Wecr and \V. H. McCoy at the meeting of Delaware Grange in • Newport last evening reported on the . horticultural und corn show held in the duPont building last week. At next Monday's mooting the pro « posed Joint Court House and City S Hall will be discussed. As this pro ject is a matter of public interest, the meeting will be open to all. The j meeting will be held In Grange hall. SERENADE EUR NFAULT BEDS. i Clarence AVbite. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffeck or, Mr, and Mrs. William Jester and George T. Snyder. --0 HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI. The executive committee and mrm : bers of the various committees of the Wilmington High School Alumni As sociation will holu a meeting on t 1 hursday evening at No. 610 West 10 hear a full report and rtc< ptlon wIiich held Now Year's 11 ill duPont. * T 000 ' J Another matter to come up w ill he discuss.on of th ■ alumni phe- which will be 1 eld «horn the last if Mann, » Definite arrangements will be made at 0 ST. ELIZABETH'S SUPPER. * Everything Is in readiness for the supper to be given by the women of St. Elizabeth's on Wednesday evening of this week at the Polish Hall on » Sycamore street near Maryland avc * nue. No pains have been spared to provide a pleasant evening for the many friends of (he parish who meet together on these occasions. Music and dancing will bring the evening to a close. j China, paintings. Oriental rugs, all ■ valuable and rare at the Canby eslaie sale at the Clayton House tomorrow «ud Thursday.* i HAVE YOI TRIED THIS! Simple Prescript ion Said t<i Work Wonders for Rheumatism. This has been well known to the best doctors for years as the quickest and most reliable cure obtainable for rheumatism and backache. It has been published here for several wint ers and htrtidreds of the worst cases cured by It In a short time. "From your druggist get one ounce of Torls compound (In original sealed pack age* and one ounce of syrup of Sar saparilla compound. Take these two Ingredients homo and put them Into a half pint of good whiskey. Shake the bottle and take a tableepoonful before each meal and at Results come the first day. druggist does not have Torls Cora bedtime. ' If your pound in stock he will get It in a few hours from his wholesale house. Don't be influenced to take some patent medicine instead of this. In sist on having the genuine Toris com pound in the original, one-ounce, scaled, yellow package. Published by the Globe Pharmaceutical Laborator ies of Chicago. AIR. THUNDER AT CONCERT, The recital to he given In the parish house of Trinity Episcopal Church on Thursday evening, Janu ary 30, by Mrs, Leonard 1C. Wale«, soprano, and Mrs. William Arthur Faulkner, violinist, promises to be a most pleasing musical event, and a delightful evening Is In store for the music lovers of Wilmington. Wales will sing the leading role in the local production of "Chimes of Normandy," In April. Mrs. The accompanist for the concert will bo William 8. Thunder, of Phila delphia. HINTS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS Keep Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound always on hand, and you can quickly head off a cold by its prompt use. It contains no opiates, heals and sooths the Inflamed air passages, stop« the cough, and may save a big doctor's bill. In the yellow package. N. B. Danforth, Market and Second streets Wilmington, Del.* MRS. PRETTYMAN ILL. Mrs, C. W. Prcttyman, wife of the Rev. C. W. Prcttyman. pastor of the Centrovllle Methodist Church, is ill. DR. TERRY IMPROVES. Dr. Thomas E. Terry, pastor of the M. E. Church at Fedcralsburg. who has been 111, Is recovering. Foods That Bind Little Children Start Them Off Right With a Good Laxative and Then Watch Their Dirt. Mothers are often unconsciously very careless about the diet of their children, forcing all to eat the same foods. not agree alike with different per sons. Hence, avoid what seems to constipate the child or to give it In digest ion. and urge It to take more of w i, H t is quickly digested. If the child shows a tendency to constipation it should immediately bo given a mild laxative to help the bowels. By this is not meant a phy sic or purgative, for these should never he given to children, nor any thing like salts, pills, etc. What the child requires is simply a small dose of the gentlest of medicines, euch as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which In the opinion of thousands of watch-] when some member of the family may need it. and all can use it. Thousands en dorse it. among them Mrs. M. E. Dar Ung, fl. F. D. No. 4. Bellevlow, Pa., •who writes: Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin saved my baby's life. and could not get her food to digest, The fact Is that all foods do ful mothers la the ideal remedy for any child showing a tendency to constipation. So many things can happen to n constipated child that caro Is necessary. Colds, piles, head aches, sleeplessness, and many other annoyances that children should not have can usually be traced to consti pation Many of America's foremost fami lies aro never without Syrup Pepsin, because one can never tell "1 certainly think Dr. Marjorie Is a bottle baby*and __ — ■ ] L ; ■ I B i ■ I ; T I I Î i r j&i i \ 1 AN ; 1m. JfvNp 4 w w ® « Ut Wl.'IU S K A lAj * té 'i * fA tL \ V i\ 'i 'TO ^ » | A * 4 'i j | hain^^ -a\w w |^r gy « 7 % v r l i. ^ length V" (OATS IN fA OUR LADIES Æl DEPT. '' T V* ( WE'RE TRYING TO R E D l (' E OUR STOCK OVER I 1 1 O l B E A U T I- + H I S E K- rj, Vit EARLE Æ GARMENTS M RIG HE- * DICTIONS. COATS ^ 1MI low prices : X MAKE IS ^ SUCCEED. ry : f fJt'ljli-lcUililGl'iülimi ; ; OVER KRESCE'S-S&l0«STORE. ( ■ iiçnriÂ! Awn JWl/lli fill A/ PERSONAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Holmes spent Sunday at Norwood Pa. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mapbis and their ! daughter Elsie are visiting Mrs. Maphis' brother, John W. Barr of 908 AVest Ninth street. Mrs. Inez McKinster returned to Winchester, Va., yesterday after a visit of a few weeks with Mrs. B. S. Dowdell of this city. [ Mr . alld M rs. Robert D. Grier of | .Salisbury, Md., follow ing a visit to New York and Baltimore stopped over In Wilmington on Friday and j*,>re entertained by relatives, * Mias Annie P. Martin is visiting relatives at Kennen Square, Pa. Mrs. Frank Boehm of Seventh and Wilson streets, this city, has received a letter from Sister Marte Des Anges of the Convent of St. Charles Ber mandares, Algeria, Africa. Sister Marie is a sister of Mrs. Boehm and a cousin of A. J. Kooeh. Raymond Steele has been visiting relatives at Ward, Pa. George Harkins has been spending a few days with friends at Bethel. Leroy Hlllcs has been visiting friends at Bethel. Mrs. C. O. Gregg of Ridley Park is visiting friends in this city. C. Wesley Talbot of Wcsf Chester Pu„ lias been visiting friends here. Miss Rose Sinlx has been visiting Mrs. Anna M. Chandler of Kennett Square. Dr. and Mrs. L. Phillips have been visiting Mrs. Phillips' parents at Lionvlllc. Mrs. H. A. Paine has returned to Denton after a visit to friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Marry Arthur of 1316 Hanning street arc receiving congrat ulations on the birth of a daughter. Norris Allen has been spending a few days with friends at Brldgevllle, Mias Margaret AVatson has been the guest of Brldgevllle friends. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cooper have returned to Farmington after a visit to friends in this city. William M. Prouse of Magnolia has been visiting Wilmington friends. Mrs. Hurry Williams is a guest of her parente. Mr. and Mrs. James Emerson, of Frederica. Mrs. James Mayhew and daughters, Ruth and Mildred, of Milford, have been visiting friends in this city. Mrs. Adam Stengle has been visit ing her daughter, Mrs. James W. Colons, of Georgetown. but I found by giving her a small doso of Syrup Pepsin when she had colic It always cured her." Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold by druggists at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, the latter size being bought by those who already know Us value, and It contains proportionately more. Results are always guaranteed or money will be refunded. Everyone likes Syrup Pepsin as it is very pleasant to the taste. It is also mild and non-griping and free from injurious Ingredients. If no member of your family has ever used Syrup Pepsin and you would like to make a personal trial of It before buying It In the regular way (of a druggist, send your address—a| 417 Washington St., cd you. .1 IK /lip • 4 M \ R.IORIE DARLING. postal will do—to Dr. AV. B. Caldwell, Montloello, Ill.. a free sample bottle will bo mail ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT. Mrs. Walter Blckloy of Philadelphia announces the engagement of her jelster, MU* Laura E. McCall, of No. 3022 North Eighteenth street, that city, to G. Blrdsell Cullen of this city. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Calhoun of been ' visiting Georgetown friends in this city. Mrs. Elisha Q. Ryan of Georgetown has been visiting in this city and Philadelphia. !ftrs. Charles Walker has been spending a week with friends at Chadd's Ford. have Edward Fraim and Joseph Roberts of,'Chadd's Ford were recent guests of frlertds in this city. WHISKEY AND PINE FOR COLDS Old Time Formula That Has Cured Thousands Here. The incrascd use of whiskey and pine for colds Is causing discussion among the medical fraternity. It is an almost infallible cure when mixed with certain other ingredients and taken properly. "From your drug gist get two ounces of Glycerine and half an ounce of Globe Pine Com Tako pound (Concentrated Pine). _ these two Ingredients home and put them into a half pint of good whls key. Shake well and take one to two teaspoonfuls after each meal and at bedtime." Smaller doses to chil . ji * _,.,ui c-« dren according to age. Ibis treatment. often knocks (he worst cough or cold in a day. But be sure to get only the genuine, Globe Pine Compound (Con-1 cenlratcd Pine.) Each half ounce hot tie comes in a sealed tin screw-top ease. If your druggist does not have It In stock he will quickly get It. Don't experiment with cheap uncer tain mixtures. Local druggists say this has had a marvelous demand for the past six years. Published by the Globe Pharmaceutical Laboratories of Chicago. W. II. Corsets, made of fine French coutllle, In the newest long shapes; extra well boned with four heavy garters at tached; real value $1.50; Janu ary sale price at Comforts of good quality silkaline, covered with eilkaline; extra well stitched: filled with good cotton; value $1.25. special at 3 r IVQrZ/G/fT D£PT STOJ?£jf 224-22(3 Marke! Sî. Wilmington. Del. 75c 89c Our Greater Than Ever January Sale of White Underwear Jacoby's January White Sale has been, for many years, one of the main features of the store, and it has sained an enviable popularity and patronage. The quantities of white goods disposed of during the sale are so large that we necessarily buy in enormous quantities, and that partly accounts for the low prices we are able to make to our customers. Another reason for the great popularity of Jacoby's while sale is that purchasers can rely upon quality bei ng the best for the price paid. There is no deception as to sizes, widths, grades or brand- No imperfect weaves, factory ends or seconds; everything is clean and new. The present White Sale should outrival any of its predecessors, for prices in many.instances, are lower than ever before. i r : S \ ; f ■■ Iß I i \1 111 m ggl I« o.r A3 m CORSET COVERS. LONG PETTICOATS. Women's long Skirts, made of extra good NIGHT GOWNS Women's Night Gowns, made of extra good quality muslin, full roomy sizes, trimmed with embroidery; al- 0^7^» ways 50c; special at . OIL Women's fine cambric, muslin and nain sook gowns; choice of 50 styles, high, low and slip over head styles; all finely trim med with fine imported embroidery, laces and ribbons; real value 75c; AHfg* special at. * I ^ Other fine gowns in hundreds of beauti ful new styles; special at 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and up to $1.75 Corset Covers of very fine nainsook, front and back trimmed with several rows of fine Val laces or embroidery, finished with ribbon; real value 39c; spe cial at... Fine nainsook Corset Covers; 12 beau tiful new styles, trimmed with fine laces, embroideries and ribbon; special at 39c. 50c and 73c muslin, with wide embroidery ruffle; value 75c; special at.... UVFU 22 c Women's long Skirts, made of fine cam bric and muslin, flounce of extra wide, fine embroidery, headed with tucks; _ always $1.00; special at. I t/L Women s fine cambric Petticoats, unsur passed in value and materials; flounce trimmed with 18-inch embroidery and ribbon beading, many have fancy lacc trimmed ruffle; real value $1.75, at. Other long Skirts, over 100 beautiful new styles; special at $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and up lo $ 1,98 CHILDREN'S MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. $1.00 Children's Pants, made of very fine white muslin, trimmed with embroidery ruffle; sizes 2 to 12 years; regular 25c; 4 ~ Children's Night Gowns, made of extra good cambric; high neck and slip over full sizes; trimmed with 2 to 12 COMBINATION SETS AM) PRINCESS SLIPS. Combination sets, made of fine cambric and nainsook, splendidly made with pretty lace trimming embroidery work and rib bon: special at. .50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 Princess Slips, an exceptionally wide va riety of dainty styles; some are trimmed with lace, others have embroidery trim ming; sizes for every one; special at 89c. $1.00. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.39 WOMEN'S DRAWERS. Women's Drawers, made of good mus lin; full sizes with hemstitching and tucks; value 25c, at. Women's Drawers, made of excellent quality muslin, trimmed with wide em broidery; real value 39c; spe cial at.. Other fine Drawers, all trimmed with fine imported embroidery; special at 33c, 39c, 50c and up to $1.00 head styles; hemstitching and tucks; years; value 45c; special at. .2»c and 29c Children's Pants, made of fine white muslin, trimmed with ruffle of hemstitch ing and tucks; cut very full; sizes 2 to 12 years; regular 19c; special lie SMART TAILOR MADE SUITS NOW AT ONE-HALF AND ONE-THIRD. sizes Come here tomorrow and choose from our entire stook of Women's and Misses' tailor-made Suits, all of them assured in quality and style and good values at their regular prices, at these clearing sale fig ures. at 16c COATS NOW AT ONE-HALF AND ONE-THIRD. Regular $10.00 and $12.50 long Coats K R .$6.00 and $7.9s Recttlar $12.50 and $15.00 . long Coats B . $8.50 and $10.00 Rccular $17.50 and $22.50 long Coats .$12.50 and $15.00 Regular $12.98 and $1500 tailor-made .$7.50 and $8.98 ' Regular $16.50 and $20.00 tailor-made .$10.00 and $12.50 Regular $22.50 and $25.00 tailor-made Su,ts al .$15-00 and $16.50 Suits at 23c at Suits at at at — 1 OUR WEDNESDAY SPECIALS Hill's pure bleached, soft finished Muslin; 1 yard wide; over 12c a yard, i Pure linen Crash, extra heavy all j quality. 18 Inches wide; all 1 over Ho a yard: epecial I at . Women's Wrappers and House Dresses, made of fine percale, chambray and gingham: the B. and B. make, known as the best; allover $1.26; spécial at.. Lancaster Apron Gingham in all the new checks; allover 9o a yard, at. 734c 89c at W. B. Elastino Reduso Corsets, style Nos. 789 and 796; always 83.00 and $6 00; special for Janu Plliow Cases, extra fine duality; j Sheets, very fine quality; the 6x36; "Excelsior Brand," known best made without seams; "Hercu tbe best; hemmed and ready jpg Brand." hemmed and ready for jr use; value 20c; spe- T 4 p use; allover 79c; special clal at... at . *J I L Children's beautiful new spring dreeses of fine gingham, percale and linen; trimmed with fine embroid ) ü f $2.00 „„$3.50 price . ery or combination color; value $1.50; special at. I Shirtwaists of fine percale, guar anteed fast colors. In neat stripes and un- II with laundered collars and turned Fine sheer white plaid Muslin, suitable for dresses and waists; very real value 15c a yard. Op bleached; at . i rial at . Turkish Towels, extra large size beaVy. bleached full 11-4 size, extra heavy Cotton Blank* ts; white and grey; quality; value, $1.39 special at . i $ 1.00 *• 1 1 n back cuffs and pockets: real PA„ ^ value 75c; special at... value. 16c; Sue JIIRf.FMR ! AVTflN AS SECRETARY TO NEW CONGRESSMAN | VilUU iiiitaiuji i i VII Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. DOVER, Del., Jan. 21.—Friends oil 8. Leroy Layton, of Pranktord, Sus sex county, are urging him for sec-1 ., ... n Congressman He has a large endorse rotary to Broekson. ment. Mr. Layton is a son of John H. Layton, formerly Clerk of the House, and nephew of Landrcth Layton ana of Dr. C. R. Layton of Georgetown. He was graduated from Williston Seminary, East Hampton, Mass., in 1904 and afterward spent a year In the west. Strong pressure is being brought upon Mr. Broekson to appoint him. MOOSE TO DANTE. Everything is in readiness for the third annual ball of Wilmington Lodge. Loyal Order of Moose, which will be heid In the Hotel DuPont ball room tomorrow night. Several hun tired members of the order will at Stausebach's Orchestra of ten tend. IP 1 ^ 68 " >» furnish music and there I 1)0 a march at 9 o clock, The committee in charge of the da l 1C0 1 « co I? pr, "" d 1 of . Joseph H. Michaelis, chairman;. „ Fryslnger. secretary; Jas. | ^ McVe lgh, treasurer: Ernest J. Ot * teni Harry M Anders, John C. Sly () ff Harrv P. , Johnson, Patrick J. | Joyce. John Fromm, Geo. W. Guinn, 1*. O. S. Simon F. Moran, Win. Kennt M. D., more, Jr, John C. Saylor, L. T. Ennis and William B. Stewart. -0 OF A. ASSEMBLY DANCE. Final arrangements have been made for the assembly dance to bo given by Washington Camp, P. O. S. of A., Wednesday evening, in Pythian Castle, HARKI N N-LO W E, Miss Margaret, daughter of Mrs. J. E. Beatty and Thurston Lowe were married on Saturday evening at the parochial residence of St. Thomas R. C. church, by the Rev. John C. Con nolly. at No. 1805 Tatnall street. The bride was a saleswoman at Lippincott & Company's store. Mr. and Mrs Lowe are living -0 LADIES' SIGHT HA KMCKERIMM HERS The Knickerbocker Club will give another ladies night on Tuesday evening, February 4. Progressive "500" w ill bo played, and there will be dancing and refreshments during the Prizes will be given for •Philo A, Hutcheson is chalr man of the committee. evening. "500." 1 Ho Suffering Yets! The unnatural suffering of so many women at times can be relieved by a little care and proper help. Beecham's Pills give just the assistance needed. They act gently but surely ; they correct faults of the system so certainly that you will find better conditions prevail Amongst Women Who Take this renowned and effective remedy. Beceham's Bills will help your digestion, regulate your bowels, stimulate your liver. Headaches, backaches, lassi tude, and nervous depression will trouble you less and less after you take at times—whenever there is need— Women wûhins to retain their youthful took, and to feel at their beat abouid ba aurc to read the apaciat direction. with ever, bos. Sold arr.rxwhere. in boxea 10c., 25c. THE A" MARRIED HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph O'Rourke of] Reading, Pa., were visiting for a few days at the home of Edgar Harnar, No. 2917 AVcst Third street. Mrs. O'Rourke was formerly Miss Edna Naomi Yocum, of Reading, and on I Wednesday of last week she and Mr.I O'Rourke came here and were mar-1 rled by the Rev. George L. Wolfe.] They arc now visiting friends in Ches-8 ter. -a ANNOUNCE THEIR WEDDING. | Announcement has Just been made'] of the marriage of Miss Laura F.B t'oulston and Allred F. Von Gcrl, botlil of Philadelphia, in this city, Janu- 1 ary 11.