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OF NEW CASTLE Churches of Town Are Crowd ed by Worshippers on Easter Sunday DISORDERLY RIDERS WARRANTS OUT FOR Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. March 24._Easter It was NEW CASTLE, day was an Ideal one here and pomen aders and church goers were out in force. Large congragations attended all the church services. in the M. E. Church last night n class of probationers was received in to full chureh membership. in St. Peter's Church yesterday morning the number of communicants surpassed all expectations, a glorious celebration of Easter Sun day. , The bake given in Challenger's drug store by the auxiliaries of Im manuel Church was a successful af fair. The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Car lin Ryan, wife of Hugh Ryan, took place this morning from her late real dence in Young street. Requiem Mesa wss celebrated in 8t. Peter's Church and intermen, made in St. Peter's cemetery. Additional storage battery oara have been ordered for the Delaware City line and the New Caatle line. President Brown and General Man •ger Myera are much interested In the operation of theae eärs, The travel on the New Castle line between -here and Wilmington was exceedingly toieavy on Saturday, but there were no delays. The funeral of the Infant child of James Keenan look place on Saturday. Interment was made in 8t. Peter's Cemetery. The parochial schools will not re open until Wednesday morning. Shad fishermen are hopeful that they will make good catches today. So far Governor Miller has failed to appoint the fish patrolman, William Pedrlck, William Gebhardt. George McKnltt are among the applicants. Friends of each are working hard for 'their favorites. The patrolman is the officer who sees that no fishing takea place in the Delaware river on Sun day, The patrolmen in former yeara failed to make any arresta but suc ceeded in seeing the law obeyed. In Music hall this evening there will he a select dance. Chief McKay, of the Good Will Fire Company, needs much equipment for the company. Hundreds of feel of new hose are required ns well as either horses or nn engine to haul the Chemical engine in ease of tire. Conductor Charles Willis has sworn out warrants for the arrest of two men who created much disorder on a car on Saturday, Mias Mary R. Steele and George H, Paxon were married )n Wilmington on Saturday. The bride la 17 and the groom six years her senior, When the license was obtained from Magis trate Gluckman the glrlM father gave his consent to the marriage. The vestry of Immanuel Church will ho elected this evening, The Hoard of Education meets in monthly session tomorrow evening. SHIELD OF HONOR MEN HONOR DEAD The Shield of Honor held Us an nual memorial service yesterday af ternoon. The meeting waa well at tended and waa called to order at 2.45 o'clock by the Grand Master J. Thorpe Martin. Past Grand Master Isaac AV. Weaver, I'aat Master Joseph AV Guthrie. Past Master J. F. Coaln, Wilson C. Farrow, Thomas King and • Harry McConnell are the members who have died during the year. The program began with an over ture by the orchestra followed by prayer by the Rev. AV. E. Greenfield, and singing by a quartet consisting of Mrs. Harry W. Hobson, soprano; Mrs. James McMullen, alto; Kay Mout • gotnery, tenor and Arthur Price, basso and John Craig piano accompanist. The roll of the deceased members w aa called and "taps" sounded. Mr. I5reenfl„'ld then spoke. Supreme Mas ter Ford Clements and Grand Sucrw lary Charles P. Martin were among those who attended the meeting. The committee In charge of the see vices comprised Supreme Mastoi Clements. Grand Master Martin nnd !■'. A. Cael. PATRONESSES FOB DANCE, Thu patronesses for the dance to be given tu the Now Century Club ou thu «veiling of April 6 by tho Junior Chapter of Delaware Hospital, will be Mrs. Charles R. Miller, Mrs. William K. du Pout, Mrs. William N. Bannard, Mrs. Frank L, Do Armund, Mm. Lewis Î?. Rurafurd. '•-0 PLANNING HANgiET. .. ^ bllllloB, chairman, E. O. Willis, Rued, William E. Hhel lenger and James Cl, Ü Neal, the com mlttoe of tho Retail Grocara Ex change«, in completing the arrange ment for the second annual banquet of the exchange, which will be held In the Hotel DuPont, on Wednesday evening. 0 DUPONT CLUB DANCE. The bi-weekly dance of the duPont Dancing Club will be held on Thurs day evening instead of Tuesday even ing In the duPont Auditorium. The club is limited to fifty members. The dance on Thursday evening is ex pected to be one of the best of the season. -0 SOCIAL AND DANCE. A social and dance will be given on Friday evening at No. 702 Market Scaled Like A Fish Mr. P. S. AV U "I M»lnl lik.< h finit- had •I Morw All the tin«—after ■ ay 1 aw c-urrd.' Thif ni» irr of Pcnnk|lr«ni», « aaf iro dortorn. if only «-an lnnltfti.lv but Prescription YViKta a^ivnlihcalty compounded V frum'' win FIND HIM DEAD IN RIVER MARSH Body of Resident of Bridge port, Conn., Discovered Below Fort DuPont Drowned In the Delaware river near Delaware City on December 16. the body of Gottfrid Ringstrom, aged 2:i years, of Bridgeport, Conn., was found yesterday In the marshes below Fort Dul'ont by Cuesta McConnell, H. A. Windltng, W. I,. Beck, A. S Beck and Chester McConnell who dlscov ered It at low tide. Identification waa establish by a letter found in the pocket and signed "Ethel," if had been written on December 13 and was a love letter. The body was brought to the morgue here and the victim's widowed mother notified by graph It was shipped to Bridgeport today. Kings!rom nnd six companions were on the sloop Vagabond, going from Bridgeport, to Florida. They were anchored, wait lug to lie locked into tijp Chesapeake and Delaware. Canal, when Rings!rom and a companion started ashore In a canoe, but were tele swamped. Kiugstrom was drowned, but his companion was saved and the Olliers in (be party immediately re turned to Bridgeport. J Ringst rom w as a blot man, six feet one Inch tall and built accordingly. A reward of $50 was offered some time ago for the recovery of the body. Thomas G. Sadler, of Delaware City, who witnessed ibo drowning, readily Identified I be body. Let All the Earth Crown Him By F. Ethel Wilson. Heavenly notes from church tow'rs ringing. Swell the music in the air, He Is risen! Christ is glorloust We can find him everywhere. Let all the earth in one grand chorus. Hallelujah praises sing, Jesus Christ, our only Saviour, We have crowned Him, King of Kings. Once to the cross on Calvary, Willi suffering for Jesus to do, He prayed to Ood, "Forgive them. They know not what they do." Then down from the cross, they took Him. And tenderly to His grave He was lad. Thought by people of every nation. Thar this King Jesus, now was dead. Hut oh. the Joy on Eastern morning. Aflor three long days of gloom, Jesus Christ now lives forever, He lias risen from the tomb. MANY FIGURE IN DAY'S ACCIDENTS A number of accident patients were treated at the Delaware Hospital Saturday afternoon and evening. Levi Starts, colored was admitted suffering front several stub wounds In the back, received In a fight with another man. His wounds were not serloua, Alexander King, employed In the plant of the Bond Bottle Scaling Company, had his hand caught in some machinery and one finger so badly mangled that It hud to bo am putated, Philip Myera, aged BO yearn, of 737 Bast Seventh street, fell at Fifth and Walnut «streets and cut ills head. Jerome Lewis, colored, of 114 Jef ferson street, appeared at the Hos pital late Saturday night, and re ceived treatment for a badly cut head. J. K, Brown, a carpenter living at 611 East Sixth street, had his hand Injured while working in the plant of the Malleable Iron Com pany. Miss Mary Burton, employed in the Delaware Hosiery Company's plant, had her hand caught and Injured In a machine on Saturday. She was taken to her home, 114 East Second street. HlLLSdOOK >1 AN !\ ITT! A LS. The marriage of Miss Helen Pulver Hills, of Torrlngtou, Conn., ami Har old Cookman, son of Mrs. Charles Cuukman, of this city, will take place In New Y'ork City this afternoon in the Madison Avenue M. K. Church The Rev, Charles H, Cookmau, of Kingston, N. Y., brother of the groom, will perform the ceremony, Thu only attendants will be the groom's ntece, Frances, daughter of the Rev, and Mrs, Charles Cookmau, and two nephews, Henry Harper Sil livan. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Sllli piau, and Bryant Stevenson Cookmnn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cookman, all of Now York City. Mr, and Mm, Cookman will live at Flat bush, Ling Island. M TAYLOR-MeAD A MS NUPTIA LS Mr. and Mrs. Aaron K. Taylor an Inounco the marriage of their daugh ter, Mary Pennoek, to Raymond Nicholas McAdams on Saturday, March 22, at the home of tho bride, Richardson Park, by the Rev, R. High] Adwin. The only w itnesses were the immediate members of the bride s family. Mr. and Mrs. McAdams will be at home after May 1, "The Lyle" Apartments, Eighth and West streets. u MISSION SOCIETY MEETING. The March meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of Westminister Church will be held in the Chapel on Friday. The program will Include the last chapter of "China's New Day," which will close the mission study class for this season. 1100 VI R GROI T. Miss Coni B. Hoover and Walter M. were Uroft. both of Lancaster, Pa. married here on Saturday afternoon by the- Rev. Frederick Doerr, pastor of fît. Stephen's Lutheran Church. torprrpn. thymol nnd thrr ingrrtl» diM-.K* crnns. * I he er k w hirh pmetrntP to th in« W«fth dPKtTo; off. Icnving the 1 nnd th kin nmoolh and It irnt full ait Ihm nit \A . ranter tin* I hot lia if U in wort I You to grt it and d*»ci If not. piy not 1 bcarboroufb Pfur Storr. Ihr p I»»«»» DR. RUPERT BLUE , SURGEON GENERAL , ON DR. FRIEDMANN *■ ♦ t Wr r f - ÎV1 ./ v H ■I |R. RUPERT BLUE' EASTER DAWN Annie E. Mlehner. Glorious morning! Glorious dawn, The night is past, The way was dark, the struggle long Light breaks at last. Out of a silence dense and deep. Up from the tomb, Christ is risen from bonds of death, Broken the gloom. Angela chant the wonderful song. This happy day; Christ Is risen! Sing, oh my soul, Join in the lay. * Christ is risen! Saved oh, my soul! Death sot aside. Christ is risen—unclosed the tomb— And glorified. Glorious morning! Glorious dawn! Sing, oh my soul! By all His stripes on Calvary Christ makes thee whole. Saved from the mist of darkness and night. Light slreameth in. Christ is risen! Our glorious Head, Tell It again! AN EASTER PRAYER Alary F.lla Mlehener Reepe*. I-ord T kneel on bended knee, And this is what 1 ask of Thee; May a blessing full and free Rost on a message sent for Thea, Gone like an arrow through the air, Gone like the bread, 1 know not where. Gone like the seed into the ground—• Fruit after many days Is found. Cast like the pebble on waters deep, Forming ripples then a wide sweep. May the seed I sow for Thee Grow into an Easter tree Rearing blossoms every year To ease the heart nnd dry the tear. May the rich blossoms It doth bear Shed their perfume everywhere. Loving the children nnd tending with care The oid and feeble, they arc every where ; Msy this tree which at Easter doth grow Touch willing hearts with power and glow. Bloom through the years with flowers divine; This is my prayer at Raster time. LECTURE ON FORESTRY. Invitations have been extended the Men's Soeiety of St. Paul's M. K. Chureh, by the Men's Soeiety of Trinity Chureh, to their meeting this evening, to hear Mr. Eilig of the IT. S. Forestry Reserve Bureau, Members of the Men's Soeiety of Westminster Presbyterian Chureh have also been invited to hear Mr, Ellis. to 0 SEWING CIRCLE MEETING. An all day sewing circle of the Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's M. E. Church, will ho held at the homo of Mrs. J. H. Hufftngton at Hlllcrest on Thursday. There will he a box luncheon at noon, and n social lea will be a feature of the afternoon. D. A A. 4810. Automat le, list. Avenue Theatre Week March 24th i j I | The Easiest 44 11 Way Great Easter Bill Mr. EDWIN ROBINS, who whs leading iiihii with FR.AMTS STARK in the original Com pany, will play the same role here. MATINEE DAILY. PRICES Matinee. 10, 20. 30c: Night, 25. 35, 50 and 75c. WEEK >1 A Kill «1. The Spendthrift ♦ WASHINGTON, March 24—Dr. Ru pert Blue, the surgeon general of the health service, issued a formal stale ment. on the Friedmann treatment for tuberculosis. In this statement, which Is. the first official expression from sny branch of the government on the Friedmann treatment. General Blue cautions the public to suspend Judg ment and wait until the public health service has carried its investigation tar enough to warrant some definite conclusion regarding the Frlendtnann method and its efficacy. It is the in tention of Ur. Blue to have this work carried along as rapidly as is consis tent with thorough performance. MARRIED 25 TEARS. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buchannan, of Berks Lane, Henry Clay, celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniver sary on Saturday night. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Buchannan, Sadie Buchannan, May Buchannan, William Buchannan, Frank Buchan nan, Anna Buchannan, Lena Buch annan, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Conly. Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Heller, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. DeNIght, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Stirling, Eleanor R. Stirling, Mrs. William Matthews, Mrs. Warren Z. Woodstock. Anna AVoodstock, Elizabeth Woodstock, John Conly, Miss Lena McLaughlin, John McLaughlin, Mrs. Georg« M. Dougherty, Harry Braden, Mias Bel la Braden, Miss Bella Braden. Miss Annie Maxwell, Miss Annie Walker, Miss Agnes Crothers, Neal Smith, Miss Sophie Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hand, Bessie Hand. Howard Hand. May Valentino, Virginia Rat ledge, Mazle Steptoe. ' Sadie Stepfoe, I-oueia Steptoo, Edward Andrews and Miss Martha Rood. 0 TO REPEAT ENTERTAINMENT. The entertainment given for the benefit of the beginners' department of AVest. Presbyterian Church on Feb ruary 17. In A. O. IT. W. Hall, will he repealed in Pythian Castle Tues day evening. Several changes have been made in the program and new members added. A sketch entitled "The Happy Pair" will be presented by Miss Elizabeth Day and Lewis Allen. 0 BAZAAR AND HAKE. The third annual bazaar and bake Bethel A. M. E. AValnut streets The Perplexing Situa ■ "A Fond Delu wlll be given at church Sixth and Thursday and Friday evenings, popular play "A tlon" and the farce, alon" will be given. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SPECIAL MATINEE ONLY Friday, March 28th AT 3 O'CLOCK •ERSONAL APPEARANCE OF LILLIAN RUSSELL ' Her Unique Entertainment Entitle« How to Live 100 Years Prices 25c to >1.50. Seats on Sale Wednesday Morning. M AIL ORDERS NOW • • • • These Are Our Prices Our Work Speaks For Itself * Wc Clean Everything. Wc Dye in All Shades. Two Wagons Call 4 ( For and Deliver All Work. Mens Suits, Re-Nu-It Cleaned and Pressed, $1.00 Women's Plain Suits, Re-Nu-It Cleaned and Pressed. $1.50 White Serge Suits, Re-Nu-It Cleaned and Pressed. $2.00 Short Gloves, Re-Nu-It Cleaned „ Long Gloves, Re-Nu-It Cleaned ..... 5c . 10c Wilmington Steam Dye Works. 206 WEST FOURTH STREET SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS I Miss Katherine Connor of this city I spent Waster at Atlantic City. Miss Nettie Spring. Miss May Jack son and Mrs. Margaret Wharton left Saturday evening for Allantic City, where they will spend a few days Mrs. Margaret K. Martin is spend ing a few days with Mrs. Frank Thomas at Atlantic City. Miss Sadie M. Collins spent Easlei Sunday with lier mother. Mrs. John Boggs, at Wyoming. Mrs. Clarence Greenwood of Town send has been Spending a few days with friends In this city. Mrs. W. N. Watts of Townsend has been visiting Mrs. Scott Naylor. Mrs. Samuel Merritt and daughters, Maggie and Elsie Curlelt. have re turned to Townsend after a visit to friends here. Miles Bevy has become a resident of Clayniont, Miss Louise Robert, of Philadel phia, spent. Easter with Mrs. McCaul ley. Miss Lydia Winkler has been spend ing a few davs with friends at Elkton. Md. Airs. Lammot du Pont. Miss Grace Weldln, Miss Knight, of Baltimore, and Dr. Joseph P. Wales returned Friday from Palm Beach, Fla. Miss Alice Beits returned Saturday from a visit of several weeks to Ro chester, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Warner, Jr., are spending ten days at Atlantic City, N. J. Miss Allen, of Newport. R. L, has returned home with Mrs. H. F. Brown for a visit. Miss Madeline Draper returned from Florida Friday. She has been away about two months. Miss Katherine Pyle has gone to, South Carolina to stay until October. Mrs. John Galt Smith has gone to ; Ircland and Joined Miss Mary Brlng hurst pnd Edward Bringhurst, 5, hi Kllwaughter Castle, County Antrim. They will return home about the last of April.. Mrs. Edward Bringhurst, Jr., who has been at Atlantic City fo* two weeks, will stay until the first of April. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Elliott have returned from Florida. Mr, and Mrs. William A. Mode en tertalned informally at dancing Sat urday evening. Mrs. S. F. Beauchamp is visiting her daughter, Frances, who is teach ing elocution and physical culture at Woman's College, Richmond, Va. Miss Anna AV. Jones of Brldgeville spent the week-end with her brother, Royden K. Jones. " >54,75 0\E WAY—PACIFIC (OAST AND OTHER WESTERN' POINTS. Baltimore and Ohio, March 14 to April 14. Ask ticket agents or H. A. Miller, T. P. A., Wilmington.* t) ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Catherine Lucey to Dennis F. Desmond, both of this city. Hair Vigor Ayer's Clad to know you have used It Tell your friend« how it »topped your falling hair and greatly promoted it» growth. ' ft O. Ayw Oo . x.-rHl. Miami t Ask Your Doctor. The Garrick | BIG EASTER HIEL TEN ACTS—All Comedy Show. THE MUSICAL COMEDY STARS—MelVATERS & TYSON Mr. Elmore White at the Plano. Frances Stevens and Co. offer "THE COUNTRY BRIDE." Johnny Johnson, the POET and PEASANT COMEDIAN The Four Parisian Dancers, from (he Paris Music Halls. THE M'A R ROCHERS, The World's Greatest Equilibrists HARRY ATKINSON, The Australian Orpheus. I i JOHN The Old Alan Comique. THE CABARET THRU. Seme Singers. .ECLAIR, PLENTY OF THE REST Pit TI RES Two Clever Ones, Leon,, Thnrber and Harrv Madison '•ON A SHOPPING TOUR." Matinees Every Day, 10 ami 25e No Extra ( barge for Easter Matinee. STARTS SUICIDE TALK ODOR OF GAS The odor of gaç caused report of a| suicide in the neighborhood of Tenth 'and Poplar streets yesterday, and on investigation, it was found that a broken gas pipe was allowing the gas to escape. The odor was delected by many persons and Officers Gamble and Barr made an investigation. They traced the odor to the house, No. 4o4 East Tenth street, and after entering through a window, the broken pipe was found. WOULD BK CAPITOL POLICE. Hamilton Lloyd, a resident of this city', is endeavoring to win a place on the t'apitoi Building police force in Washington. He recently tiled an ap plication and has friends working in his behalf and he hopes to obtain an appointment. Mr. Lloyd stands more than six feet In height and weighs 220 pounds. CLEANS THE HAIR AND MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL —25 CENT "DANDER 1 NE »4 X A FEW MOMENTS VOI R HAIR LOOKS SOU, FLUFFY, LUSfROl S AM» ABI MIA VT—SO FALL ING H AIR OR DAMIR! FF. . Surely try a "Danderino Hair I Cleanse" if yon wish to immediately j double the beauty of your balr. Just moisten a cloth with Danderlne and draw It carefully through your hair, taking one small strand at a time, thla will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive oil—In a few moments you will be amazed. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abun dant and possess an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. Besides beautifying the hair, one application of Danderlne dissolves every particle of Dandruff; cleanses. i! • • I I New 10 -Iiour-LawSchedulc Announcement! I I I I We have worked out a new "10 hour-law" Schedule which we will put into effect Monday, March 24, 1913, conforming to the require ments of the "10-hour-bill," which recently passed both houses of the Delaware Legislature and which was approved by Governor Miller. Under the new arrangement the store will open at 8.30 a. m. except Wednesday and Saturday (8 a. m.) and close at 6 p. m. except Tuesday and Saturday evenings. Tuesday evening the store will remain open until 9 p. m. and Saturday evening until 10 p. m. for the accommoda tion and convenience of our pa trons and the public. Under the new schedule the total hours of employment will not exceed the 55 hours a week pre scribed by the law and has been kept well under the 10 hours a day limit except for Saturday when a 12 hour day is allowed under the law. We would earnestly request that our patrons and the public give us their most liberal patronage and support under the new schedule which we have entered into with the same spirit that actuated the framers of the law I I i I I I I I I I l:) I (!) I 9 I I (!) I I (!) TO> I -* - I (!) (!) i ft 9 I I I I I I I I (!) (!) fill <>Js> I (!) I I (incorporated I I 206-208-210 Market Street J I» PROBE CASES NOW BEFORE ISSUING W/RRANT Judge Churchman in City Court rn Saturday evening issued an oiler that _ _ _ _ ' f 1 Binding minor children ehoild be is sued until Humane Agent Sljtit could investigate the cases. This «der was made alter Mrs Eva Savllle«charged with such an offenee, had 4>cn dis missed, there being no Ividence against her. David Neave and John JCassidy, "panhandling" wera • 111 sed to charged with dismissed after they had pr leave the city. RESUME RIVER DREIiitNG. Dredging on the thirty-lie foot chanel has been resumed In the Del aware river. The two wdraulie dredges operated by the Pedyal Gov ernment have been at workior sev eral days. purifies and Invigorates thf> scalp, forever stopping itching and falling hair. Danderino Is to the hair wlut fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to tin roots, Invigorates and strengthens th,m. .lls exhilarating, stimulating atfi life producMg properties cause tlifc hair to grow abundantly long, strong and beautiful. You can surely have pretty; soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you will just got a 25 cents bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne from any drug store or toilet counter and try it a» directed.