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MRS. HILL 91 YEARS
OLD, TO CELEBRATE I No. 610 Mrs Morgaret Hill, of will celebrate the Adams street, ninety-first anniversary of her birthday tomorrow at her home, by entertalu Urge number of relatives and _ Her anniversary really falls Sunday. March 9. but this year, will celebrate it the day 1 Ing a friends. on Mrs, hlii preceding For manv years Mrs. Hill has ai celebraled her birthday by some i dllghtful dinner to her Thia year many of from other cities ways (at party or a ^ friends. vT-friends will come to tie present with her and rejoice $^in her long life. Mrs. Hill is a re nniHii. No one would hi r i. ; .markable ■li r she had passed so many of Not only from P* the milestones of life. Pi her appearance, hut from her actions she appear to he much younger. i-s reading n great mher of Harrison ocs ÏTTlhc sews and enji jJTdenl, and Is a m ^Street M E Church > TO E.vn HT A1> >nss ll \ > K IM. Mrs. John A. Cranston will have a* Miss field week-end the •her guest for iJeaneite Rankin, of of the National Women's Montana, pcretary it ion Miss Rankin will he here in the in lUiil suffrage hill he _ State Legislature, and ex rts to be in the State for a few tercet of Ou tlie -1 oi |i >ks. w oimniiinmnniitiinminiim imiiiimiimniiiiiiiiiiiiiiMnHHiiHiiUHiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiniiHiMiiiiiMfflimiiiHinHmiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiNiiiiHiniiii^ itnwmmimimntHnumiiii J Wilmington . ,| Canton I Allentown MmiDIIIHIiniDIIIDlllDiDIDIIllllBmiDllDlllllllllilDiDDMIDIillBIDMIDIDIDIIiDDilDliDiDDHDiilDiIHliiiiHIliUHiDDIIIIHIIIIIIIMHIIIIltDIiniinilllllliHinillllllllltnillllllllllllllHIIMIIIlinilllllMIIIIIIIMlinniHIIIHIIIinilllllMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIinilllllinilllHMIlHW I It Will Pay You Fourth and Market Streets The Smith-Zollinger Company to Save and I Collect Purple | Stamps I SPRING OPENING SATURDAY AND ALL NEXT WEEK! | You are cordially invited to attend our Spring, 1913, 1 variety and lavishness of the display but by the attractive Opcning on Saturday and all of next week. Our first ness of the special prices that hold during the opening days, showing of the Spring modes, fashions and fabrics is au- !, You are as welcome as can he to view with no thought of thoritative and most attractive. There's a wonderfully in- | )uy i n g t welcome to come for the suggestions you will get, tcrcstinfi showing of the new notes of fashion m Suits w£ , comc to come Js of|en and for as long as you thoose . Coals, Dresses and Waists, in Silks, Laces and Dress c , Goods, judge the worth of this opening not alone by the ^ ca dy Saturday morning. Muslin Underwear Goodness Madame Grace Corsets Imparl Grice and Slenderness lo the Wearer. § Undermuslins that strike a new note of interest because designed especially to meet the prevailing modes of dress. Cut || on long lines to silhouette the figure. New ideas, careful mak ing, tasteful laces, and dainty embroideries. Soft muslins, cambrics, nain sooks and cotton crepes for women who expect Smith-Zol Unger's undermuslincs to be above criticism Especially is the collection of moderately priced garments large and well selected. Get a new and well fitted Cor hefore you have your new gown made or before you have tailor-made fitted. It set f your new . s w in pay you in comfort, fash ^I ionablencss of fit and in the I The New Spring Styles Displayed On Living Models I wear of your outer garments. the graceful clinging the length of waist and of hips required by fashions are ' You will be delighted with the beauty and style of the many new garments that Dresses, Waists or Top Coats that may str ike your fancy. In this way, better than in j we have gathered together for you from the most expert makers in the country ;| any other, you are enabled to judge intelligently of the appropriateness of the gar Ynu will he interested in seeing these garments displayed on our living models. || ment to your needs These young ladies will be glad to put on for your inspection, any of our Suits, i Just an illustration or two to whet your interest—come see the others. Due to styles, slimness 1 the new spring pronounced than I - ^ ! ever/ more The Last Word In Tailored Suits Spring Silk hosiery FOR WOMEN. Silk and Serge Dresses Corsets will of the correct Unes e them to you with f case and com some of Madame Grace assure you and will gi Italian Silk Hose in black md white; the famous Kayser make, guaranteed not to rip nor run; double heel and toe; special, pr Black and all colors in fine Silk Hose with high spliced heel and double sole and toe. These = have dainty embroidered de- § signs and are very attractive at $1.50, $2 and up to $3.00 a pair. Silk boot Hose, in black, white, tan, navy, sky and pink; very fine quality^ at, 50c Knotair Hose in black, white, tan silk, with deep lisle garter - top to take the wear. Special f opening price only, a pair. Novelty cloth, with high-waist line and the new sleeve. Just a touch of Bulgarian trim ming and a button or two add the individual note to this stylish suit. It's a wonder for our introductory price of $25.00. And this Grey Mixture with its smart 4-button coat, in the new length; slightly cutaway front and plain, narrow skirt, is very fetching at $18.50. . So, too, is this refined Navy Blue Suit. Coat is plain with a few self-covered buttons for trimmings. Collar of light blue ratine adds a new note. The skirt shows n slight draped effect and is finished with four or five buttons from the hem, $18.50. A tan Armure Suit, trimmed with buttons and loops, is in good taste. The skirt shows-two plaits in front and has a panel back, $25.00. Of F.nglish Gun Club Suiting, in black and white, cut in Norfolk effect with three patch pockets and trimmed with large buttons. The skirt is in the latest cut, with gathered back. A most attractive suit of high quality, especially good at $32.50. ■ t the greatest fort. Let us show you - these elegant new models. s $3.00. $1.00. $5.00 and up $1.50 ' si £ I A most interesting display of new and re fined models in well-made Silk and Serge Dresses is ready for your close inspection. SERGE DRESSES—-In all-wool, of beauti ful quality: the latest Bulgarian trimmings and cut on the most fashionable lines, giving the slender silhouette that is so popular. Blacks, Blues. Greys and Browns. There are two exceptional "opening" values which we particularly want you to see. One is 'a pretty little dress at $5.00; the other a plain dress with a touch of Bulgarian silk at throat and cuffs, $6.50. Others up to $13.50. SILK DRESSES—In elegant quality and in wonderfully good values. See these specials at $5.00 for the opening week. Others up to $13.50. I Gloves for Sprint* For right now these fine Cape ■j white with black and black with white I Gloves stitching — stitching are just the thing._and as stylish as can be. Needless K to say. the quality is here. Htey I are splendid Gloves Û»i 1 for only . IM i Exclusive Ideas in Waists New Models In Coats Dress Kid Gloves 12-hutton 6 In white, tan and black; 1 best qualities at $2.25 and $2.50 a pair Dress Kid Gloves. - 59c Soft Mcssalines in navy blue, black or white, with ! novel tucked fronts White Mcssaline with elaborate trimmings of lace and buttons; a pretty evening waist that's ' ; only .$3.98 Navy blue, brown and light blue Silk Waists, trimmed with buttons and braids. Stylishly made and reasonably priced at but Tailored linen Waists. Some of the smartest "every-day" Waists that you've seen for a long while, arc among these that we are selling during the opening for a dollar and a dollar and a half. Lingerie Waists, daintily trimmed and moderately priced, are ready in pleasiqg variety of design. We are anxious to have your criticism of these. the $3.0« r GOOD LOOKING, STURDY Stockings FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Pony brand. Wayne knit, in black, white or tan ; fine ribbed, double heel and toe, extra double knee; pair Children's fine ribbed, me dium weight school Stockings. Double heel, toe and knee; black, white or tan a pair. 16-button white, tan or black, $2.75 and $3.00 a pair. Covert Coats, plainly tailored, with satin collar a--» ""d patch pockets. A good model for gen eral utility wear A jaunty little coat in red broadcloth, in the latest ! shape. Low belted effect with patch pockets. Full of style and especially good for Misses and outing I wear $11.50 each "Opening Special" in good value street Glover of 1 dress kid with embroidered tan. black or very $6.00 each i 25c 75c - backs; white: special $ 10.00 Ratine Coats with the fashionable high-waisted effect. Splendid material and up to our particular standard of workmanship. Trimmed with buttons and frogs Effective and in good taste i:' Wize J V The New Cotton Fabrics $22.50 New Dress Goods New Laces and "Different" Ones Exquisite New Silks Here are splendid Foulards in the correct colors, with those neat little designs that appeal so strongly to women of good taste. Rich, refined patterns in Navy, Dresden, Smoke. Admiral. Black. Wisteria and Grey. 24 inches wide and only a dollar a yard. The great beauty of these special silks is that water doesn't hurt them. Ask at the counter to see the samples that have been WASHED. Tub Silks—Magnificent quality and handsome stripes, in the newest shades of Alice. Green, Rose Black, Lavender and Navy. These silks wash and wear well. A dollar a yard and unusually good value. Rich Charmeuse Silks, in all the popular shades of Amethyst, Ivory, Pigeon. Dresden, Mais, Pink, Blue, Taupe, Gold Brown, Helio, Admiral, Light Blue and Navy. Such elegant silks for $1.76 and $2.00 a yard you seldom see. These are 40 inches wide, too, which makes them cut to good advantage. Men's Silk Hosiery £ Just a suggestion of some of the pretty dress goods that have just been opened up: All-wool Henriettas hi the most fashionable colors, Merit a Share of Your Attention Our linen basement Is crowd ed full of the prettiest, dainti est spring and summer cottons, that it has ever been our privi lege and pleasure to show you, It is really surprising to see ha« beautiful weaves can he gotten small outlay. The new Russian Cord at 2i>c; the fashionable colored voiles In all their sweet ness, at 25c a yard; the new French Tissues, sheer, dainty, and chic, arc here in many pat terns and qualities from 12 l-2c to 25c a yard. Poplins, so splendidly finished by the modern processes that you can scarcely tell them from the much higher price linens and silks, are shown in the cor rect shadings for only 25c a yard. =• ARE READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. We'll gladly show them to you so that you may the including shell pink. Havana, gobelin and light more readily plan your spring and summer costumes. There'll be no importunity to buy—we want you to just come in and look—we want you to see what dainty "different" styles we have collected for the embelish- 1 ment of pretty, summery dresses or for your elaborate j evening gowns. Black, tan, navy, gray and maroon. Extra quality of silk and very special at, a pair. £ 50c blues, A splendid fabric for the prevailing styles; a yard . Smart Check Suitings, well assorted line of these fashionable weaves in smart combinations of blue and white, brown and white, and black and white, 50c to $2.50 a yard Special opening price on gray, handsome brown suitings; 60 inches wide, 79c a yard, Value. $1.00, Black dress goods that you can depend on as to color, weave and stylo. Have you seen the new Kilarneen Poplins, 42 Inches wide, at $1.50 and $1.75 a yard. Have you seen these stylish Diagonal Suiting*. 68 Inches wide, In black only, for 81.50? Value, $2 00, Tussah Royals still continue In good favor and best of fashions,,,,, ^ Special opening price on five piece» of extra black Panama; regular 05c a yard for,. 75c MEVS NEW SPRING NECKWEAR. A wide range of exclusive pat terns in the latest ideas, as well as a full line of the deservedly popular net scarfs, each. u L this season for a very Just a hint of the pretty novelties and staples | you'll find ready for you. Probably first In Importance are the delicate Shadow effects In white and ecru; then come Paraguay laces and next mallne and point lierres with chantilly, In almost equal favor, Laces of all widths are demanded by Dame Fashion—laces from two to twenty-seven Inches wide. They are here for at little as. 50c Open, reversible scarfs, with neat, attractive patterns and colorings, are wonderfully good values for our "open ing" price only, each.. LiO C 1 § .12 l-2r and up to $3.00 a yard Have you seen the Rose Bud trimmings and the Rose Buds? Have vou seen the rich Bulgarian trim mings? The new Irish Crochets? May wo show them to you? Men's Negligee Shirts ...,. .81.00 and 81.25 a vnrd rr COAT STYLE. With cuffs attached. The fa mous Monarch brand in their new spring patterns, which are prettier than ever; each. ...,. . 41 c ■ I More New Rugs Just received In time for our Spring Opening and £ ready now in great assortments and at many prices; Negligee Shirts, with soft We will give with everv rash purchase of one dollar or Z prices for the most part, much lower than you will collar and cuffs attached all in a .... > be able to find elsewhere hereabouts, because we can _. w an(1 over, on Saturday, March H, If you present this coupon. £ take advflntage of the quantity prices offered by the ea "f q i S' mills. If we did not buy together with our Canton | fnp ' / and Allentown stores, it would be Impossible to order ' white' pleated bosom Shirts large enough quant.ttes to get these lower prices, i in coat st , e wjth attached y For Instance, take our Wool and Fibre room-size' « rarticularlv 5 Rugs, Most everywhere they sell for $1050 to $12.00 2od at e.rh Si I e. C h. W, «II .hen, I« . »7.95 ,o »8.95 | sK 1 Small Rugs, the same way. Axminsters that most j one-half or one-quarter inch stores sell for $1.00, are now here for only 79c each, | pleats; a mighty good shirt for i our "opening" price; : each . Very Handsome Antique Lace Scarfs and Centers NXXVXXXXXXXXXXXVV\.XXXXXX>XVCCVXVVVVVVVXVVSXVVXXVNV $1.00 And as an Added Attraction Piques, ratines, soisettes. zep hyr ginghams; every one is ap proved by Dame Fashion for these cool, fetching afternoon mtl as for porch I and shore wear. And for easy to pkk j IN THE ART DEPARTMENT. « Tlirse »re beautiful piece» th(U you should spfeiy Z sec (f you are interested in Art Needlework: A K rlety of designs running fpont,,, 81.00 to 84.86 paait ^ 64x54 All linen Lunch Cloths, ppd 45 m45 T e 4 ^ f Ckth* are most attractive at ,,, ,$2.28 (o 82,78 epch ^ Ntw patterns of Crepe Gowns and C(imli||uUlon& VXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXN ,,,,, ,81.28 and 8L56 each Have you seen the new baby outfits that you ear) at the prices, and get in our ARTAMO packages" Come and let u» those price* are agreeably fair ; show you some of the finished and low. Come and let us *how » as 30 Extra Purple Stamps pan I children it's just the very one you want, no in ter what y< our variety i* large ou: tie* are the best po« I ■ taste neca - uait- : at s ♦ «It The Smith-Zollinger Co. ilble I squeeze sample pieces. Stamped Princes* Slips, very pretty and dainty, I end not at all hard to work fine quality, tse, $1.50 and reversible Smyrnas that are worth $1.50, you get here for only. $1.13 50c Fourth and IParkel Streets ■ you thetc linos. f^jiliwium— Ml luoMiiWiHmiiimimiiwiwimiiiimimiitiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiini^ uteryoom at c\nr»s. Mrs. L. H. Morrlhew ctitsrtiilnpd at auction bridge and "BOO" yesterday afternoon. Prise* were won by Mrs. Marks, Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Rossa. The guests were: Mr*. Merrlhew, of Plainfield, N. J„. Mrs. Arthur Cbam bers, Mis* Kirk, Mr*. Porter Fcrrco, Mrs. J. Harvey Spruancc. Mrs S. H. Baynard, Jr„ Mr*. William K. Wll Ilamaon, Mrs. Kdwln 0. MatKenr.le, Mrs. J. W. Morris. Mrs. William Kirk, Mrs. ^Charles Bye, Mrs, Enoch Moore. .Ir., Mrs. Alfred Russc.ll, Mr*. ,1. M, Truax, Mrs. Marks and Mrs. William Rossa. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Royd are celebrating the sixtieth nnnlverBary of their marriage today at the home In Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd were born In Ireland, haying come to ibis country more than half a century ago. I hoy .ire among the best-known c Ilsens of upper Delaware, and are the norm members of St. Patricks ( atnollc Church at Ashland. Mr. Royd Is N7 years old and hi* wife two yours bis -0 MARRIED CO YEARS. 8ARTIYS TO ENTERTAIN. An entertainment will be given at the home James Rartin. of Summit Bridge, tonight. The bouse will be beautifully decorated and. a fine vocal program will be one of the features. Refreshments will be served. SUPERIOR COURT CASES ON CALENDAR In Superior Court yesterday after noon cast's for trial were calendared aa follows; • • . t Friday, March 14~Arguments. Monday, March 17--Edith Gertrude Rose, administratrix of Charles SST Pfrommer vs. George W. Taylor; Musa K Branch vs, 8. G.. Simmon. ?ort « ' M^risŒeveJf' R ° m ' !r Li,' 1,7« i> ruoKday, March 18—-Albert I, f on wnv v*. Nelson Merydlth Company; National Hank of Wilmington and, Brandywine; David H Thompson vs.. Marian and Hnllingaworth Corpor-1 .atfon; William H. Lutz..trading as the Gray's Kerry Machine Company vb. | Roberts €ot ton Oil Company ; Thomas] |(; ra y VB tlie Mayor and Council of j Wilmington. | Wednesday, March 10 John Woav-j | rrt an( j | ira h Goldsmith, executors, vs. Kane; Virginia Kid Company vg the New Castle Leather Company;, B. Clark und George \V. Econ ardu vh David , 1 . Smith, nt al, Thnraday, March 20—Thomas E. Grier, Jr., vs. Meredith Samuel; Ethel K. Downward v*. Peoples Railway Company; Leslie Downward vs. same, Wm. S Haman vs Wilmington, New Castle and Delà ware City Railway Company; Same v*. Federal Traction Company; Use Friday. March 21 MISS tOOPEK AT MEETING. | At the Salem, N. J., Quarterly : Meeting, held yesterday at the old | meeting house at Woodstown, N. J., Miss Caroline Cooper, of this city, gave a short talk on "Two Weeks 1 Among English and Irish Friends," i telling of life at Woodbrooke, and of i London Yearly Meeting as seen by; I her In a recent visit, with Its under-1 j ,01r# ' I =- ' Anbrey Thatcher, the SUte °f Del- : aware vs. Joseph L. Carpenter, Sr.; w „„ q ■ nt I Same mi William S, Allmond, et. «I : Monday, March 24—William B. Aus-jbiij. ton vs. Howard G. Wagner ; Wilmlng-1 Transfer iumnanv vs Union! * on ^anerer %*. inion Stone Compan>. Oldsmobile ( omparty of Pennsylvania vs. William B. Aus tin. Tuesday. March 25 -The William Wilkins Company vs. Consolidated Agricultural Chemical Company; An-' nie Fulniele vs. John Forrest. j Wednesday. March 26—Hosle Raten v*. People* Railw'ay Company; Lillie Baien va Same; George Black vb. Henry' C. White. Thursday, March 27—William M. Wllmer va. Peoples Railway Corn pany; Oien F. Phillips v*. Philadel-1 phla and Reading Railway Company;' 1 Mercantile Printing Company vs. Guarantee Roofing and Heating Com pany i TROLLEY EXTENSION IS NOW ASSURED _ . . ^ 2 : pany will be enabled to lay tracks out West Ninth street to get Its cars! Into Horse Show Park The Delaware State Fair Associa tlon had a hill before Council last' Wl , ck avk)nf5 Councll t0 aD p IO ve the nie ^ with some objection and action was deferred until last night. The original plan included] lventle afi onP Bt reef on wh lch trarkp wrr * t0 j )0 laj( j | n thP proposed extension from the Kighth street. line, ft was held that the tracks would Intefere with a houl**vard plan wh ich the park hoard has for that B i r <>çt. Union street was then suggcsied. .and It developed that the traction company was more pleased to Union afreet than Grant avenue. The franchise is limited to 15 years. Copies of the resolution will be s?nt to both branches of the general as* *embly in Dover. The line, if the bill I* passed, will extend from Eighth and Union street* along Union to Ninth to Woodlawn avenue to the fair grounds, City Council has given its approval to a bill pending before the State Legislature amending an act which prohibits the laying of street, car tracks on West Ninth street. If the TO DISCUSS THEM. An Interesting program, with "China" as the main topic, has been prepared for the March meeting of the Grace Auxiliary, W. F. M. S., which will be held this afternoon In the church parlors, Mrs. J. L. Ferree will j be hostess j GRANDMOTHER USED SAGE TEA TO : HIU HILU UJIeU J/lULt I Irfil IU f| ft D If ITM IITD CARPn AD TDAV UAÎD JJAKIVLiM flLR f Alitli UK llKAl IlAlK I Mixed With Sntptmr It Makes Hair * | Soft, Beautiful -f nre* ! The use of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faded, gray hair to natural color dates back to grand Toother's time. She kept her hair beautifully darkened, glossy ana abundant with a brew of Sage Tea i and Sulphur. Whenever her hair fell nr took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance thta simple mix ! tnre was applied with wonderful ! effect. | But the brewing at home ia musst | and out-of-date. Nowadays [ chemists do this better than our j selves. By asking at any drug store for the ready-to-use product—called '"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Dandruff. its skilled BARE FOR CHURCH. The Ladies' Auxiliary of St Luke's Reformed Episcopal Church. Eighth and Monroe streets will hold a sale of useful and fancy articles and home-made bread, pies, cakes snd candies at the church on Saturday, March 15. Remedy"—yon will get a large bottle for about 60 cents. Some druggist* make their own, which ia usually too sticky, so insist upon getting Wyeth's, which can be depended upon to re store natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dandruff, dry. feverish. Itchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known downtown druggist says bis customers Insist on Wyeth's. Rage and Sulphur, because, they say. it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been ap plied—it'a so easy to use too. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one strand at a time. Do this at night and by morning the gray hair disappears; after another appli cation or two, it 1» restored to it* natural color and looks glossy, soft and abundant. For sale by Scar borough Drug Store.