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MORE OPEN LAND j I i 1 ! i With the idea of adding to the beau- | ty of Arden, with its acres of gre mi- ! sward end woodlands, efforts are now ] heiiig made by the trustees of the lit -1 He colony north of this city to secure the services of a forester from Penn sylvania to assist in clearing the 80 Contemplate Clearing Out Woods to Add to Beauty of Colony acres of woodland. The wood is locat ed on both aides of the, colony and is known as the forest of Arden, and the Sherwood Fores'. it is l..e intention» of the colonists to have the woods thinned out and all undergrowth cleared away. This will Then allow the grounds to be more freely used and 'hose who are famil iar with the project have arranged to have both woods converted into nat ural parks. The timber cut from the woods can be sold the proceeds going towards the fund of $650 as interest which io to be paid to Joseph Fels, who holds a mortgage for $6600 on the property. This sum has to he paid soon and while it is hoped that the greater por tion of it can be supplied by town fairs shows and tne like. It will re quire an effort on the part of the col onials. In this connection it is under stood that (he Players' Guild contem plate producing ofte of their sketches in a theatre in Philadelphia. The de tails of this affair have not as yet been arranged. THE EASIEST WAY" PLEASES BIG AUDIENCES Nothing equalling "The Easiest Way" has been seen in this city for years. There have been many suc cesses al the Avenue Theatre this sea son. but none has come up to this drama. It is the type of a play that appeals to audiences; the kind that teaehes a moral lesson. The play house was filled last night by an en thusiastic audience. Miss Lucille Mravlag. leading woman of the Ave nue's company, is making a decided hit in her portrayal of "Laura Mur dock." while Mr. Edwin Robins is in the same class in hts characterization of, "John Madison." The three years that he spent In en the B aggregation of the Y. M. C. A. company had the effect of making the art second nature to him. The pa rons of the Avenue, therefore, will get the benefit of his experience in witnessing performances of the high est class. r „ v nhin ' ,i ,, , ; - . - gram to the national headquarters the American Red < ross today, asking. for help in relieving the suffering in his state. The Delaware branch of RED CROSS ASKS AID IN DELAWARE the Red Cross Society has received a notice from Washington, asking them to open a subscription fund In Wit mingtnn. L. Scott Tow nsend, (rcas nrer of the Delaware Society of the Red Cross, will receive all suhscrlp Hons at his offices In the Security Trus' and Safe Deposit Company building, and will forward them to Washington. It Is hoped tha, Delà ware will do her part In relieving the sufferings of these stricken and home-« 1*r daqdIp WRONG MAN IN POLICE DOCK When Charles W. Rickman, of No. S05 Kennebec »treet. appeared on (he witness stand in City Court this morning to testify against Alfred Kane, colored, charged with assault and battery he declared Alfred, was not the right man. The Kane who cut his head with a brick. Rickman said was Alfred'« brother but he did not know his name, Alfred said his name was James Alfred and he had two brothers but he did not know which one was want ed. The charge against Alfred was then dismissed. COULDN'T RECALL THIS TROCBLE Washington Barron, charged w-ith disorderly conduct at Ninth and Wal nut streets last evening was fined $5 and costs hy Judge Churchman to day. Barron said he had consider able (rouble recently, his son having been killed. He did not remember v> hai happened last night. BEST CATARRH DOCTOR Has Benefited Thousands—Will Do the Same For Von or Money Back. r ! cured many thousands of sufferers i sniffles, 1 This is the HYOMEI ( inhaler, the little doctor that has of catarrh, bronchitis, coughs and rolds. , It s easy and pleasant j lo cure yourself HYOMEI. with Just pour a few drops in the inhal «r „„a . .• „ er and breathe It in. , The healing, soothing and antiseptic air will | reach every i ™ urm,B : membrane of the nose fh* KL""„''"î immediately• will'.T! nfl^mmWtnn Hr ! inflammation, drive out i nook and •J out the foul odor; kill the germs and banish Hie it!. Exact Size disease. fJtw. ft W mönb 8 , b or"rÄ M V for two month • for catarrh and nul monary trouble. She has received more relief and benefit than from anv other treatment." E. S. I'arrett. Jcffersonville, O. "HOYMEI has cured me of tnrrihle I earache and buzzing in the head, would not be without It in the house for a single night." Mrs. S. P. Fuller, Columbia. S. C. Druggists everywhere sell ME1 (pronounced High-o-me). complete only costs $100 and an extra bottle, ii »J rreaiij- needed, is lint 50 cents. HYO A outfit, including Inhaler. MUSTEROLE brings quirk and blessed relief to the sore throat and leaves a delicious feeling of ease and comfort. It is a clean, white ointment, made with ol lof mustard. You simply rub it, on. No piaster needed. Belter than a mustard plaster and positively does not blister. There is nothing like MUSTERODE for Sore Throat. Bronchitis. Tonsilitis, Croup. Stiff Neck. Asthma, Neuralgia, Headache. Congestion. Pleurisy, Rbeu matism. Lumbago. Pains and Aehcs of the Back or Joints. Sprains. Sore Muscles. Bruises. Chilblains. Frosted Feet and Colds of the Chest (it pre vents Penumonial. Doctors and nurses frankly recom mend MUSTEROLE. it is used lit large hospitals. At your druggist's in 25c and 50c jars and a special large hospital site for $2.50. Accept no substitute. If your drug gist cannot supply you, send 25c or 50c to the Musterole Company. Cleve land. Ohio, and we will send you a best thing I have ever tried, jar. postage prepaid. George L. Moxley, Martinsburg. W 'Musterole is Just fine, and is relief for inflamed it's the (50) Va an immediate throat and pain in the back I » SAULSBURY WILL WORK TO SAVE CITY PORT Wilmington with that of Philadelphia, scheduled to take effect on June 1. It was learned today that further efforts are about to be made to pre vent the consolidation of the Port of United States Senator Willard Saulsbury has interested himself in the matter and yesterday he spent some time in the office of the Collec tor of Port Harry Raymond discuss ing with tbs Custom House officials, the affaire of this port. He expressed the opinion that Wilmington should remain an individual port and added that he would do everything in his pow-er to prevent the consolidation with Philadelphia. SCHOLARS ENTERTAIN tended the entertainment given evening by the intermediate depart-1 ment in'Pythian Castle. The affair w4g <he g ' amP aB that given some ag0 w n b me addition of a lew new ff, a t ures A feature of the entertainment wag t h P farce. ' The Oxford Affair," in w hich those taking part were Mrs. h W. Lowe, Miss Gertrude Larrl son. Miss Elizabeth F. Day. Miss Jo-; sepbine Osborne. Mrs. S. P. Rolpb. Mrs. J, Clifford Compton. Miss Allis Appleby. Miss Mary Appleby, O. F. Many scholars of the Sunday school of West Presbyterian Church as well as friends of the church al Munda, Jr„ William Mink. J. Willard Reed - A ,, plano . d 4?. t wa ? given ,, Uy Miss Caroline and Miss Florence La ton A sketch, "The Happy Pair. was ^ ven ky Miß* hhzabeth r. l>a> and Lewis Alten. Miss Ethel Wilson gave a vocal solo. Sasse, vice-president and treasurer of the Francis Kelly Company, is confined to his home, No. 1401 West street, suffering withjc, an attack of appendicitis. He is un der the care of Dr. James A. Draper, The patient's condition was reported improved today and it is not thought (hat an operation will be necessary.) Mr. Sasse was taken ill in Dover on MR. SASSE HAS APPENDU MTS Wilbur L. last Friday and that night upon re turning home was immediately taken to his bed. MlLLIKIN-GREENE NUPTIALS. Mr, and Mia. John T. Mlllikin an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter Miss Blanche Russel, lo John Powell Greene, of West Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Greene are on an ex tended trip west and will spend some time in California. MR. PROUSE TO ENTERTAIN. S. D. Prouse will entertain about 20 members of the Delaware Club al a dinner in one of the private dining rooms of Hie Hotel DuPont this evening. Miss Barbara V.mdegrift h so will' give u dinner party at the Hotel Du Pont this evening. SIX FKVrS V EH DUT FOR The jury in the case of Annie Ful mele vs. John Forrest, in the Superior Court late yesterday afternoon, re |.turned a verdict In favor of the plain-1 tiff for six cents. Mr. Fulmeie died after the steps at his home had col lapsed and the widow sought damages. .. ÏOUTH IS AIM SED. chjpf 0| p 0 | if . p ( } rorgP Black re reived word today from Trenton. N. J.. that B. A Barrtrnore, a young nian - waa undPr arree ' ,h ' ,rp on a warrant charging him with the theft of „ , y p PWrltPI | n thiB e lty. The young man will be brought here, ' it was learned today that Colonel w E stover chairman of the finance committee cf City Council will not s'a« d for an appointment on the county-city building commission. He i ggM hP j j(1 not wan t the place and "" )d nof a(;CPpt , t . (OL. STOVER REFUSES PLACE. HAS BEAUTY HORSE. Hamilton Stewart today purchased . , „ , ... ,h '' crea "' » a sales stables ,oduv wh f" hs a 1 C0O,rf>d a 1 hor8r «" i K hin * 1000 P°u" ds The nni I mat is seventeen hands high. | Hamilton paid in the neighborhood of Mr. $300 for it. was nliai WORKMAN INJURED. Robert Pillison .colored, of No. 300 Buttonwood street, had his left leg] slightly injured »( 'he McCullough Iron \V, rks this morning The Injury, attended to at the Delaware Hos-1 WIFE HOPES ! FLOOD HAS SPARED HUSBAND communication with her husband. Mrs Sadie Horn, of Payton, Ohio, who is visiting her brother, former Shérif. ' Despite frantic efforts to pet In „ _ __ . \Mlliam Simmons. Mrs. Horn is hop Z kT :: : U : r d Mrs Horn £* strhken city is safe. Mrs. Horn has been here for two weeks at the home of her niece. Mrs. Jante» B Tucker of No. 611 Franklin street and this morning when it was learned that Dayton had been hit by the atoun she tried to reach Iter husband by te'e phone and telegraph, but. has failed so far. Mr. Horn is head draughtsman for the Barney and Smith Car Company at Dayton. MR. SHAW'S SISTER ESCAPES STORM FURY Benjamin F Shaw, president of the B. F. 3haw Company, of title city, received a telegram this morning from Mrs, A. B. McConnell, his sister, who lives in Çlmaha. Neb., slating that none of her family, including two sis ters. Mrs. Elmer P, Tussell and Mrs Laura Abbott, had suffered from the tornado that visited that place on Sunday. Mrs. McConnell's home was In the residential section of the city that was damaged, hut luckily their property escaped. Mrs McConnell's husband operates a chain of drug stores, while Mrs, Abbott Is the wife of the former State's Attorney there. SOCIALISTS MAKE CAMPAIGN PLANS. Samuel Clntdv. of Philadelphia. open the spring campaign for the local Socialists, at Fifth and Market streets on Saturday evening. Other speakers will be obtained, it being j the Intentions of the local party to I wage an aggressive fight In the com ing city election The convention of the local Social ist s to arrange for the June elections will be held on Sunday, May 4 that time nominations wilt be made for the various offices lo be tilled al the June election At arraign'd DEFENDANTS TO PLEAD. Defendants who were before Judge Bradford in the United States Court at noon on Saturday to plead to indictments against them will be given an opportunity to with draw their pitas this afternoon or Hie motions or take whatever other resource the law allows them, defendants are: * Louise Magnell and Sarah Luff, both charged with using the mails lor 1 illegal purposes; Joseph P. O'Rourk', i charged with assaulting a special de The iasthtvery messenger; Edward Phillips, a youth, formerly employed at the | Bellevue postoffice. charged with tak-. lng j ln f r0 m a letter that had been sent through the mall, and Adam Dol browski, charged with making a false affidavit in connection with mutilate 1 money. The six men who were indicted on j the charge of selling liquor In viola Hon of the federal laws In Seaford | and other fowns in lower Delaware, will ht» arraigned before the roun to enter their pleas on next Saiurdaj ; morning at it o clock. _ 7-r mvvio T n\,r ht ( G 11.01 ERS AT DINNER TONIGHT.) , Everything is in readlnes» for the ; Ret h i 1 Grocer«' banquet, which is to j bn tield in the DuPont Hotel this even i„g. About 125 guests are expected. consoling of the retail grocers of I the city and their wives. The speak i ers of (he evening will he former Congressman William H, Heald and j Mayor Harrison W. Howell. James O'Neal will he toastmaster. 1 i The First Step Aw\y From Coffee Troubles Fill in this Coupon and Mail it. ♦ V V r m, ; POSTUM CEREAL CO., Ltd., .. , Battle Creek, Enclosed find 2c stamp for trial t»* 1 ° V m t ^ I lo* ■ I v \ Q I Postum. 1 * • •A I Name -! ! Address - • I Grocer's Name - I™. u\l I ■L'm u A ■ ■ i When the burden ol troubles Irom collec drinking becomes too great, and irritable Natures warning to hall, the natural. heart, disordered digestion and "hissed-up nerves are back to health and comlort is lo stop collee and use. easy way Instant Postum f This pure lood-drink much resembles mild Java in llavour. but is Ircc Irom the collee drug. Caffeine —the collee drinkers eause ol trouble. Postum is made ol northern wheat and the juice ol Southern sugar-cane Instant Postum requires no boiling ater, with sugar and cream to taste, and you have A spoonlul in a cup ol hot w "quick as a wink a delicious drink. I There's a reason" for POSTUM Sold by Grocers Lverywhcrc. ■ ■ ' MRS. H. J. STUBBS FEARS FOR SISTER IN FLOODED TOWN Among those living in the fiuod devastated c!H of Delaware. Ohio, is 5 rl . 6 S!lpK. C P/Q' "vcnûe tUlsCS; MrafJrea l.îhel nsT*' *n:"! wife of a ^ «""«»! ^.tîled OU "th.t PU ^e h<, coneg te e buUdlnf# werp i„undBte<j. no word has been received from Mrs Great. Mrs. Stubbs telegraphed her sister early this morning, hat no word had as vet been received A dispatch to THF! EVENING JOURNAL from Delaware. Ohio, at 11.36 this morning said' Eighteen are known to he dead at Delaware. taller reporrs from out tying d'stricts in Delaware county »re expected to bring the toll of live? up to the hundred mark Five hundred families are homeless in Delaware. MENTION THREE FOR POLICE COMMISSIONERSHIP The appointment of « police com miasioncr to succeed t hurles R. Jones, whose term will expire Msy I. may be expected soon as the appoint meut must he made within thirty days of- the dale of (hr expiration of the term of the retiring member. There have been several names mentioned In connection with Hie pointment. Among them are former President of Council William G. Toy lor and General 1. Pusoy Wlekershant. Mr. Jones also is mentioned In con nection with the office. TO PROBE GIRL'S DEATH. An Inquest in the case of the of HslHe Dtlworth, the young woman who became aerlously ill while walk along East Ninth street, and dledl „ f PW minutes later in e strangers' (muse where she was carried hy a mil | e companion, will be held by Cor-! onPr a pP tng . While it is thought death was due to natural causes, (he coroner has deemed It necessary to make an investigation and hold the inquest, MR. HICKS STRICKEN. Ellis Hicks, a Mill Creek hundred farmer, while driving to market this morning was taken suddenly til. Af ter resting for a time at Marshallton j Mr. Hicks boarded,a car and had lo he taken off at the Cedars and w'as then removed to the home of his daughter. Mrs. Leslie Talley. Dr. L. Helsler Ball was summoned Mr. Hicks was suffering from severe pains in the side and stomach. RID PASTOR EARTÎWELL. The Rev. J. H. Mitchell for three years pastor of the Newport M E. church, left yesterday for Salt Lake City, Utah, to which conference he I .... 1 lug health. About twenty-five members of the Newport church accompanied Mitchell to the B. and O railroad de pot and hade him farewell, R PS id Pn t8 of St. Georges hundred or( , p | atPrt t h a i the Levy Couyt has HWarded ,h P contract for hutlding ih< f0at j f rom Odessa towards St. Georges. , ag| f8) , (hp farmPrll jn t f, at PPP tloi. p P (jti 0 ned the Levy Court lo U'e time «tone on the road hut the Levy Court did ,,0, do ,h ' > work A , , hp mPPttn g lhP Levy Court yesterday afternon the contract fo> huiMing of thp road w« f awarded to the Korrigan Contracting Company, ha» been transferred because of fail-1 Mr. \W ARD ROAD CONTRACT. c u «hion 0 f c ontempt of court. hav ^ a pp ParP( j | n the City Court as I witnesses todav. but failed to do so A(T1 SED OF CONTEMPT. William H. Wright and William were arrested today, accused They were to NO MORE SORE FEET EZO For Dear):, Anting Feel, ''union* mi «I l orn* I* Gaataulerd. If yoi.r feel are tender, sore, burn and sling and keep you feeling mis | erable ill the lime, gn today, lay down I 2» tenta— say 1 want a jar of BZO. | Then rub on EZO and rub out" , agony, distress will vanish like magic.!«* 1 and > ou 11 ,1HVf " s 8 ,,od » l 1illr ol te6,h 88 , any ° nP °i' « rlh EZ0 11 *' refined oinlment that Is also sp endld i for chapped hands, chilblains frost-! Wi«. N » «»•"*»«>■ aod druggists «verywhere. 1 ( , i I j a i TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE The following transfers of real cs I tale were recorded this week: I North Hide Improvement Co to El mPr Qray , on 80 m hWl5l a | dP Twenty : eon St . $5. ap-,617, 519 Seventh Ave.. 6n6. 508 and , 6J0 glxlh Avp all( , anot hrr lot in I i tiret at., 205 ft. northwest of Jeficr John J. Graham to Saille H. Gam ble, 40« and 408 Seventh Ave,. 412 and I 612 Seventh Ave.. 419 and 431, 515, Sixth Ave., $1. William H. McGarrity to Matilda M. Metsner, southeast corner Eighth and Poplar Sts, $8000. Carrol \V Griffith to William W. deathlKnox. northeast aide of Twenty-fifth J Si., 16 ft northweat of Lamutle St., 1 $2500. SUSSEX TREES PUT OUT BUDS Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. I .EWES, Dpi, March 26—Peach and pltfVn trees are In blossom. Work on the Presbyterian Sunday School room Is progressing rapidly and as sooi as the foundation Is fin ished work wli< le gtarted on the new postoffice After a residence of four years In Lewe«, Grover Cleveland Cox. arllat and author, has gone to California While here Mr. Cox painted many marine views and several portraits. At a meeting of the directors of the Delaware Fish Oil Company held Sat urday evening to consider whether they shall relinquish the 8£0 feet of beach front now wanted by the Coast Fish Oil and Fertilizer Company, the matter was tabled. The first ball game of the season | I ® . bet ween the High School tram and a team composed of young men home for the holidays was played on the ground near Queen Anne depot Satur day afternoon and was won hy the High School, 15 to U. ARDEN MINE«. ARDEN. Del.. March 2«.~Witb fhe advent of spring, residents who *nve spent the winter here v> preparing to till their gardens and those who i are not so engaged are annul lo ap ply fresh paint lo their bungalows The children of the colony were en tertained at an Easter party on Sat urday at the home of Miss LetlHa Novelties In the shspes of j bunnies and chicks were distributed. Hal Ware, one of the popular young ! men of the colony, lost a horae re I eently. lagitia. It ts expected that a call will short ly he Issued for the spring practice of the baseball team. Kiehl The animal died from men M0NE U™ Iwn tTDV profitable they have experienced for «orne lime For a profliahle »paeon. 1 » general rule the oyster Industry n<,rd * pr<!,t > 1,01,1 weather. At Hea al1 »^be houses have done a.big | bualnaaa .and It I» likely they have handled more oysters this year than I bavé for several years pas' I Special to THE EVENING JOUR.'AL. GEORGETOWN. Del. March 26 — The oyster season for wholesalers | has been, il 1» said one of the most I rial week ugo when the season was at its height, the correspondent had ( occasion to visit the packing houses al thsf point, and besides being full of Oysters already opened and in the shell one of the houses had seven schooners tied at the wharf watting to be unloaded Orapplers nl Broad kiln Beach have had a very good sea son. i BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD. Two Dollar, to M'ashinrton. D. U., and Return Sunday March >0. Special train will leave Del Ave, Station. Wilmington, ai S ;t< A M., ar riving at Washington at it no A M ; Returning, leave Washington at 7 00 P. M See gréa! publie buildings.— Adv. KNOW IT WELL I «miliar Feature. Well Known lo Hundred, of Wilmington Citizens. A familiar burden In many horoea The burden of a "bad back." A luma, « weak or an aching back Often tells you of kidney Ills. Doan'e Kidney Pill» are for ' weak kidneys Here la Wilmington testimony. 'Mrs Sarah E. Smith. 902 Kirkwood St., Wilmington. Del., says: "The ac tion of my kidney» was Irregular. suffered aeverely from backache Whenever I «looped or picked up any thing from the floor. I could hardly straighten and at times I was nervous and dizzy. i used different medicine! hut got no better until I began taking Doans Kidney Pills. They stopped the nervOua and dizzy spelts, relieved Hie pain In my back and made my kidneys normal." For aale by all dealers Price 50 tenia Foater-MIlburn Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for (he United States. 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W'e will also forward with each order, for an additional 10c, the famous Columbia Demonstration record. This is a double disc record, well worth the regular price of 65c. and every user to should have one. A Post Office Money Order should accompany each order. WTite for Free Catalogue. Important notice -Columbia records can be played on Vic tor Talking Machines. DELAWARE GRAPHOPHONE CO, 610 Market St, Wilmington. Gentlemen; Kindlv forward me. by Parcels Post, prepaid, the following records: Name ;. Address A. Delaware GraphophoneCo, Successors to COLUMBIA liRAPHOFHONE CO. 610 Market Street DRUNKENNESS given in the home. No sanltarluM expanse. No loss of time from work. U'an be given secretly. If after a trial is a curable disease, which required ORRINR treatment": can he used with absolute confidence.. treatment The It destroys all desire for whiskey, beer, or other intoxicants. Can bo you fall to gel any benefit from Its uao a lyour money will he refunded. 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