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OUT CHICKS Mack Youngsters Go Hard to Trim Locals by a 2 to 1 Score STEVENS GETS CHANCE WITH BIG LEAGUERS Connie Mack's Tanigane kept up their great record by defeating the "Chicks'' here yesterday by the score of 2 to 1. the closest and hardest played that the Yanigans have experienced on the lour, which is saying something, aa the big league recruits have won 22 out of 25 games played. The game was one of the prettiest exhibitions of winter baseball ever seen at Front and Union, and was marked by a snap and effort that one would expect to see only in July or August. It was only after the full nine innings that the Chicks were The game was one of foçced to lake the pill of defeat, and the crowd showed its faith In the boys by staying until the last man was out at first. Each team used three pitchers, Houck, Stephens and Coombs, the great Iron Man, who single-handed won a world scries, opposed Brown, Robertson and. Canuell. of the Jack son camp. The three twirlers gave the slugging Mackmen a battle royal, and allowed them only four hits. Which is some performance in mid season, let alone the second game af ter ' five practice«. The Wilmington fielding was a bit off color, four errors being made. Tom Brown was the first local man on the rubber, and In him the Mack men soon found that they were up against the real thing. Only one hit was recorded against him. a'vslash Ing double from the bat of Schung who put up the best all-round game. Brown got into a bad hole in the Second round, when he hit Fritz, walked Orr, and by- his own error, filled the bases by niufiing Davis' bNjnt. Lapp got to first when Fritz was caught at the plate, and would have been a double had not Doc Kerr dropped the ball. "Doc" needs to do quite a hit more training before he will be fit. and first base is not a logical spot for him under any cir cumstances Brown fanned Hough, and Lapp whs retired at first. Only one man above the legal num ber faced Houck. He stopped one with his ribs, Four fanned, four went out ( via. the high, punk fly line mid one knocked feebly to Byron him self. But three hits were counted off Lank Robinson, who twirled an excellent game. Canncll showed some real stuff and redeemed himself for the explosion that occurred in the ninth inning of the first game. But nine men faced him. Mack sprung a real surprise on some of the followers of the game, when he Introduced Arthur Stevens, a local bay as his second pitcher. The local boy pulled off the real stunt, the Chicks getting to him for only two hits during his stay on the rub ber. One of these was a high bouncer down the first base line. However, the only run of the game was scored dur ing this session. Stevens was wild, having worked out but little this spring, but he showed enough stuff to warrant his retention for further trial. The rscrult is of the Ideal Mack build for box work. He is 22 years old, weighs 186 pounds and is one Inch short of the six feet mark. He is a graduate of St. John's Academy, Baltimore, and has pitched , amateur ball here for two years. ' The Yans scored in the third on .Schang's double, Daley's out and Flick's grounder. Their winning run rame over In the fifth, on Taff's single, Schang's pass and Daley's rap for a base. Harry Fritz Was given a great hand when he eame to the hat, but the •former Chick was otf on a vacatlcu with his stick and failed to get a hit. In the latter part of the game Kerr went behind the bat. and Shollen berger went to first, where he played a star game. The score. WILMINGTON. H. H. Ü. ...0 0 3 ...U U 1 K. A. l i Stewart, 2b ... Kelley, rf Smith. »» . Jarkaon, cf ... I) » 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 .0 Kprr, lb., c.... Witty, rf . RItUtr, 3b .... ShoIIen'gior, c., Brow n, p .... Ruhertaon. p , I'aitnall. p ... l i 0 0 a 1 1 1 0 0 1 10 0 0 U 0 0 0 l 0 0 ...0 1 0 lb. ,0 _0 1 0 0 0 2 0 .0 Totals..,.1 3 .27 14 ATHLETIC YANIGANS. R. H. O. A. ..1110 ..0 130 ..0012 ..0004 4 r. Oi i£( Imng. If . Daley, cf .,. Flick, 2b ... Fritz, 3b ... Orr. 8» . Davis, 1b .. Lapp, C .... Stcvenfl, p . Houck, p Coomb», p . Taff. rf .... 51 0| 0 1 0 0 0 o a i o 12 i o 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 i 0 0 0 0 0 a u 0 0 ..l o i i 0 By The United Proas. VITW YORK Anril ft_The atrk^lr nf «\IC\V lUKIk, April 8—1 ne nocll or, Leach Cross, aspirant for lightweight, honors, fell a few points today after Totals .... 4 27 10 0 Wilmington ... .0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0—1 Yanigans.0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0—2 Two base hit, Chang, Davis, Jack son. Struck out, by Houck, 4; by Stevens, 3 ; by Brown, 3 ; by Robert son, Î. Base on balls, off Brown, 3; off Stevens. 4, Hit by pitcher, Fritz, Wiley. Wild pitch, Brown. Left on bases, Wilmington, 6; Yanigans, 6. Double plays, Smith, Stewart, Shol lenberger. Time, two hours. Umpire, Lucas . RIVERS FORCES CROSS* STOCK DOWN LU 1 nui ne flirht with Mevicnn To# r»i * ® vi«irai a Rivers, before the M. Nicholas A. C.*( last night Rivers not ouly outboxed Cross, but . Ä ,.. Q ii 1« „uki he oUiRenpralPd linn »8 well. In eight of the ten rounds the Mexican »bowed clearly thaï he was the better mall, ... tk-i. and thousb bulb elr on 'b p ' r feel at the finish. Hiver» was thei Ctrong*r. SHARKEY IS DEFEATED BY HARRY BAKER Harry Baker, of Wilmington, who has earned the sobriquet of Knockout. Baker by his many decisive ring vic tories, met a tartar in Prank Sharkey, of Norristown, In the main bout at the Fairmounf. Athletic Club, Phila delphia, last night Baker was en titled to the decision at the end of six furious rounds, but he had to box at top speed all the way to earn it Despite the fact that Sharkey was knocked down for a count of nine In the second, third and fifth rounds, twice by body blows and the last time by a short punch on the chin, he actually outfought Baker In the final round. In fact. Baker was backing away using the entire ring to avoid punishmut when the boll rang, ending the contest. It looked like "curtains" for Sharkey In the third round. Baker dropped him with a terrific body punch which land ed squarely on the solar plexus. Sharkey rolled over on his back In apparent agony. At the count of six he tried to get up but fell back on the Boor. At. nine he pluckily strug gled to hie feel. He then fought back like a tiger. In the fifth he was again on the verge of a knockout, when Baker sent him to the floor with a short loft hand hook on the chin. He Just managed to get up at the count of nine. Both the spectators and Haksr himself were astonished at Sharkey's aggressive finish in the sixth round. It was one of those contents In wjhlch the winner was obliged to share cue Honors with the loser. In the seml-windup, between Nat Goodwin, of Wilmington, and Willie Lucas, of Philadelphia, the referee stopped the bout in the fourth round to save Goodwin from a knockout. NEW CAR ANNOUNCED BY THE HUDSON COMPANY Gomey Schwartz Co., the Hudson dealer today announced a new ear by the Hudson Motor Company. It Is the New Hudson Six Phaeton, a large, beautiful, stream-line, six cylinder car of graceful body design, and as a local representative express ed it. "an automobile of almost limit less power." Coincident with the announcement of the new car was the news that It Aas placed on exhibition at the local Hudson show rooms today. The Hudson designers have appar ently captured that elusive thing known as beauty for the new- stream line cow), which slants rakishly from the hood to the base of the wind shield gives It an artistic appearance that outstrips any car. Us grace ful flush-sided body and the broad, sweeping lines of the rear of the car, and the artistic manner with which they blend with the body arc other beautiful features of this new auto mobile. Mr. Partington said "The introduc tion of the New Hudson Six Phaeton Is perhaps the most Interesting piece of news that the Hudson en gineering board, which is the largest board of Its kind in the automobile Industry, has had to offer since the public announcement of the existence of that board was made. v "The new car Is. of course, elec trically lighted, and electrically self cranking. It is a largo car, the wheel base being 127 Inches. •'It has the remarkable power to speed up to almost a mile a minute within JO seconds from a standing stait. It Is a car in which for this reason a motorist will always feel safe because of the^ great amount of emergency power that he always has fhrnmn m, ' re PreS8Ure ° f the fO0t "It Is of course, a very economical automobile 1„ operation, and answers public demand better than any motor car the moderate price makers have put out. The great interest that has been evidenced In the new Hudson Six Phaeton assured me of its success from a standpoint of popularity among motorists. The number who have been to see It and who have marveled at its new features is as surance of the fact that the Hudson Car Company is making a ten-strike In the creation of this automobile." Interested motorists were invited to come and sec the car by the local representatives. The assurance against being "out of a Job" for many is the Want Col umns.—Ad». I-A TO PLAT F.DOF. WOO R. On Saturday afternoon the lirsh American soccer team will meet Kdgc Moor at Wawasct Park. Iri»h-Amcrlcan will present the »am« line-up that defeated the Smith A. A. in the semi-finals for the Philadelphia cup last Saturday. The r— HARD COLDS When they fir*t come, the best time to break them up. One standard remedy— Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Sold for TO year«. J. C. Ayer C«.. Lrtweli. M m*%. A*k Your Doctor. LEGAL NOTICE. INTERNATIONAL METAL OO. .SUPREME COURT,. KING'S COUNTY. THE PUBLIC BANK OF NEW YORK , CITY, plaintiff against INTERNATIONAL METAL CEILING COMPANY. AUGUSTA WILSON. CHRISTIAN WILSON. Jier bus hand. ADOLPH MENY, JULIA E. MENT, hla wife: KRAS LOW CONSTRUCTION COMPANY'; E. J. McLAUOHLIN COM PANT; METROPOLIS LUMBER COM PANT; BTEINFELD CUT STONE COM. PANT; WALTER S. TAYLOR aud ED WARD MURPHY, defendant«. To the above named defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO anawer the complaint irt this action and to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty days after the aervice of thia summons, excluaive of the day of service; and in rase of your failure to appear or anawer. judgment will be taken against you hy default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. * Dated. New York, October 93rd. 1912. BEVINS AND FLUEOELMAN. attorney« tor plaintiff. Office and P. O. addreaa, 299 Brfl|)lwl , Ti Manhattan. New Y'ork eity. To Walter S. Taylor, defendant: ! The foregoing summons is served upon you S by publication, pursuant to an order of Hon. ' William J. Kelly, Justice of the Supreme , rtf the State of New Tori;, »tefl March 14. 1913. and filed with the original com ! pl«<nt. in th' "«<•• "f Jh» ri " k ,h * j Countr of Kings, at the County Court Houaa. in lh .- k#Ton ,„ nf BvnoUljm. Counir nf King. c j, v , n H «t«t» or \»tt VnrL. b«t,d N«*- YnrV. March I.Mh. Ymir. etc BEVINS AND FLUEOELMAN. , nr n |«| n .Mr nfllc« ana I». O «it rtr .„ (Vn.ri-i., M. h.tt.n \>. Ynrk i^'ty. Oiarlv aprj.9,16.29,30 LOCAL SOCCER TEAMS KEEP RIVALS ON MOVE At the second attempt the Irish Americans, soccer team of this city, earned the right to meet West Phils delphia In the final round of the eora petition for "The Evening Telegraph" Cup by defeating Smith. A. A. by three goals to one at Washington Ball Park on Saturday For the first ninety minutes the game was Just as hard fought as the one a couple of weeks previous, and| at the call of the regular time each side had scored one goal, but on extra time being played the Smiths failed to last as well as their oppents and the Wllmingtoniaus seized the oppor tunity to put on two more goals. The two Wilmington teams, the Irish-Americans and Windsor, have certainly made thoir presence felt In soccer this season. The Irlsh-Amerl cans won the championship of the second division of the Allied League and have now, qoallfled for the final round of "The Evening Telegraph" Cup competition, whilst Windsor are the runners up to their fellow towns men In the second division of the Al lied League. In addition both earned promotion to the first division. The Wants will show opportuni ties for advancement—hotter Jobs, better moans of living. Increased op portunities, advancement and suc cess.—Adt, ROLLER LOSES ZBYSZKO MATCH By The United Press. NEWARK, .\ J., April 9—The wrestling liout at the Coliseum last night between Dr. B. F. Roller aud Wladek Zbyszko, brother of Stanislaus Zbyszko, terminated in an Injury to Roller. After wrestling nard and fast for thirty minute«, with neither man being able to obtain a fall. Dr. Roller got a Bclssors-hold on the Pole and Zbyszko, with a mighty heave, sent Roller sprawling on his back, .com pletely knocking the wind out. of him and necessitating a call for a doctor. Roller showed himself full of grit and wanted to continue, hut this would have been useless as he was too weak. The referee awarded the match to the Polo. Hot lunch every Wednesday and Saturday nights, at Wes. Taylor'a sa loon, Fourth and Adams »treete.* TBI NTON TIGFKS WARM UP April 9—Twenty-two candidates for the Trenton Tri-State League Club were at work this af ternoon on the Morris Park Field and there Is every Indication that Manager. Bert Conn is to have a ball club that will be in the running all the time. The weather was too cold for real fast work, but some the younger players cut loose and showed fast stuff. The men In uniform this afternoon were Outfielders Clay. Clement, Aaronson, Armstrong and Letters. Poland, Hewson. Dunn, Griggun, Bert Conn, ley, Woodston Moser, Welsh, Catchers Barker aud MoCue. TRENTON, In fielders. Summers, Pitchers Elch FIVE MANAGERS FOR ELKTON, ELKTON, April 9.—At a meeting of stockholder» of the Elkton Base ball Club last evening Joshua Clayton rick H. Leffler, secretary and trea Burer The club will be represented j u tbe Tri-County Association and In dpr t bri th „ team to th e front h a board of flve manuKe rs was appointed to manage the team as f n „ T-inn ' Vl " ara8 ' J. "* to " and Tavffler. T. Ernest Brickley, of Farmington, who was with the team flve years ago, has been signed f° r l* 10 season aud has been appointed captain, was re-elected president and Frede Hot lunch every Wednesday and Saturday nights, a 1 Wes. Taylor's sa loon, Fourth and Adams streets.* RE(;iSTER\S NOTICE 1 ^ STATE OF OLIVER L. BUCK MASTER, Ij DECEASED Notice ia hereby given that Letters Testa mentary upon the estate of Oliver L. Burk master, 1st« of Wilmington bundled, de ceat*«d. were duly granted unto Thomas F. Buckmaster, on th« third day of April, A. D. I9l8, and all persons indebted to the *sid deceased ore requested to make pay ment to the executor without delay, and all persona having demanda against the de are required to cxhi'ut Mid present the same, duly probated to the said execu tor, on or before the third day of April. A. P, UM I, or a\>idc \)\ t In law in this behalf. THOMAS F. BUCK MASTER, Executor. Address John F. Lynn. Esq., Attorney at spr7-eod-0t. Law. Wilmington. Delaware. PUBLIC SALE t HAVK JUST ARRIVED KKOM tha Weat with a carload of tho bast hor.es that «ter ram. to wJin;ngfon. Anyone wlshtng pair or « «ingle hor,e, be (l«<I to try and aell them. Horte« can he «een «t nny lime, i «M kind of hone« on hand. Prienle aale« at «II timer. M . n I win h,r ' M,T SAMClL A. MeDAMEL. No. 410 w Front *f ■ mar 18 1m. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. S TATE OF DELAWARE, OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF RTATE. ' OKRT1PH ATE OK DISSOLUTION To All To Whom These Present May Cera«. Greeting: Whereas. It appears to mr satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceeding» for the voluntary diaaolution thereof, by the consent of all the stockholder! deposited In ray office, the Krebs Pigment and Chemical Company, a corporation of this »tat«, who»« principal office ia situated in the town of Newport* county of New Castle, state of Delaware. H. .1. Krabs. Prealdent. being I agent therein and in charge thereof, upon whom process rosy be served, has compiled with the requirement« of "An Act providing a General Corporation Law." amended anJ I approved March 7, A. D. 1®0J, amended and approved March 17, A. D. 1008, amended and approved March 29, A. D, 1905. amended and approved March 21, A. D. 1907, amended and approved April 5, A. D. 1909, and amended find approved March 31, 1911. preliminary to the Issuing of thlfi CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. Now, therefore, I Thoma« W. Miller, See retary <»* State of the Bute of Delaware, do) hereby certify that the aaid corporation did. on the aeventeenth day of March. A. D. 1918. Ale In the office, a duly executed and attested content*. In writing, to the diaaolution of «aid corporation, executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said consent agd the records of th* proceeding* aforesaid, are now on file •» " id *» c *iriJtunvvf irilmnt T TN lESTIMONY AN HEREOF. T h»i» bfr,\iBi« «*t my band infl ««kJ. «t u,.r.r, tbi, ,« T «n iRRALI tcnllt a«» nf M«rch. in th« y««r «f our I.Brd. cm thouunA nine hnntlT»a «nfl thirteen THOMAS V. MILLER. marlS. A apr/.Q. .Secretary nf State BASEBALL Diamond Nan« and Gossip. The next Chick game will be against Buffalo on Friday. "Russ" Smith worked like a veter an at short. - rv .„ .. . , . hllt ,, , . J\ . * XI tÖ 8 " 1 u * _ Marh(lfka and M er .' are still on the outside looking tn. j , f the Chirkll owneri ha() , tPain )ike thoRP A(h1jetlc y an .„ Wilmington would flnigh flr6t tbi8 „ . . P PP, „ _ *• almost certain that Harry Frltx will be on third for the Chicks thts summer. Through the Influence of Harry Baker, Stevens of Vandever, got a try out with the Athletic Vans yesterday and although he suffered from stage fright be pitched as good hall as any of the men who worked In the gatuoi of the 19 men batting four walked, four fanned and two drew hits. Steve had one assist and one put out. That's not bad work for a youngster. Jimmy Jackson tore double off old Jack Coomb's delivery. It's largley Charley Comlekey'a own fault that he's popular. When the Sox were on the coast they played Oakland a benefit game for the family of one of the Oakland players who had died of consumption. Charley gave up $20 for two-bit seats, sat in the bleachers and rooted for the Oak land team. The Mink League has retired this year without even starting. Js'o money in it. Big league moguls are beginning to talk about salary limits. Which is all right as talk—but how would they make the blamed thing stick? Connie Mack ha« passed up his scouting system. Hereafter he will grab 'em from the colleges and the sand lots, have them shipped to Phil adelphia, look them over and then do his own deciding. Jeff Tesreau will pitch the opening game for the Giants this year. Great relief in New York. McGraw has announced that he will keep Matty another year, also Meyers. More marvelous still Red Ames Is learning to bat—and In his old age. too. Connie Mack is trying to ship fath er Ben Egan hack to Baltimore, but Orlftlth has block the deal by refusing to waive. Any catcher good enough for the International League looks good enough for Griff—with Henry stove and Alnsmlth In none too robust Up health, McGraw'» standard fine for drink ing beer without a permit Is $26.06— REMOVAL NCrrilÆ. A. H «OUOH. DENTIST, IS NOW located in Ford fildg. Suite, 221-222, mar28tf. D I. I \K, H. P. WATSON. DENTIST IS NOW f toe,ted Id the Ford Building - Suit«, inar26-tf. . R HERMAN S. MILLER has re | / moved hi» otflee« to the s. e. c Tenth «nd King «treot« (Odd Fellow«' ii«ll). 231-228. ground floor. H DWELL S. ENGLAND HAH REMOVED hU Law • • from f»''4 Markot «tr«#t to 923 1-2 Market HI., flrat floor. mar2 7 1m. n R. HENDKU8HOT. OF NO. 703 MAR k«t Btro«f, ha» removad to th« n«w Odd Fellow*' 11*11, Tooth and King 8ta.. third floor. n»ar25 tf. D R DOBERMAN HA* REMOVED HIS denial office from No. 604 Market *tr««t to the N. K. corner Fourth und Mark*t ■tr««ta. over United Cigar Store. mar2I-eod.lin R J. r. ROSEMONT. FORMER Li WITH B her brother (Dr. M. Davit), la rated at No. 71é» Market Ht I» lo mat U- 1 hi. RESORTS Hamilton Hotel BERMUDA Atcuinmodstea 6uu Largest snd finest hotel te Bermuda, ope« «11 year. Special summer tsriB guest« Hamilton Hotel Co. 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I I j 81 WASHINGTON POPULAR THREE-DAY TOURS April «. 17 and May 1 and 16. 1913 $8.50 from Wilmington , I | T T ' Including hotel accommodations and necessary expenses. Under Personal Escort Tickets and full information of Ticket Agents, or N, g. Longaker. District Pas senger Solicitor, 9>l5 Market St.. Wilmington. Del. Pennsylvania R. R. BASEBALL SEASON WILL OPEN TODAY | Phillies Clash With Brooklyn In Special Game, Other Clubs Starting To morrow Major league baseball, scheduled to continue for 180 consecutive days be ] fore decks are clear for the world championship battle of 1913, Is due to I begin today. The start, however, will j be confined to a single game—fit ; Brooklyn's new baseball park—with lba other major league cities held j n | rHs i, until Thursday for the gen era) opening In both leagues. It was by special dispensation of the National League that the opening In Brooklyn was advanced a day this year, due to the tact that a magnlfl j cent now stadium has façon erected | there. The game will be with the Philadelphia club, and indications are that s record crowd will be seen at the opening ceremonie» If rain does not Intefcre. The forecast predicts rain. On Thursday In the National League circuit there will he openings with Boston at New York: at Cincinnati, with Pittsburgh; at Chicago, with St Louis, and a second game of the Phtl ; adclphla-Brooklyn series In this city. In the American League cities Thursday's games will be: New York at Washington, Athletics at Boston, Chicago at Cleveland and Detroit at St. lamia. the $26 being the fine and the 05 for the beer. A Chinaman named Chung is one of the most, prominent candidates on the Columbia University learn this year. Stevens was pretty wild and threw one several feet over Lapp's head and to the stand, but when he set tled dow'n the ball looked like a pea going over the plate. Sharp Is the latest arrival, came from Savannah where he held a job In the Infield. Lapp, who knows him, says the hoy Will make good. Harry Davis Is playing his old time game. The old battler has been pounding the ball all over the lot and scoops them like he had a shovel at the initial saek. He TRANSPORTATION > ENNSGROVE FERRY. STEAMER LONC1 BEACH. Spring achedule Haturday, April Ä! Leave Wilmington «a follow*—7 o. in find 0.80 a. m. 145 aud 4.SO p. m. Leave Pennsgrove—6.80 And 10.15 g. m 2.30 and 5.80 p. m. Extra trip* on Saturday only. TjDato Wll minflon, 8.15 and 11 o'clock, p. m. Loot« IVnnagroTO 7 and 11.80 p. m. Wilson Line t0 Philadelphia PASSENGERS »nd FREIGHT. „ Whsrf, WUnilnfWa, for PhiUdnlphi«, »nd Ohoitnnt Btr««t Wh»rf, niltsdelphtn, for Wilmington, d«ily. Inolwd ing PnndBri, «t 7.80 «nd 10.80 k. m , 1.80, 4 18 «nit 7.00 p m. TARES—Including Sntnrdaj, «nd Hun da,«; »«r ISe. w»y, 10c. !,««»« Fourth PhlUdcIphl« «xrnralon, 8Se; Chester «reunion, 16« j on« Rerrluinl,' snd Miner»' Traas. Cas FLORIDA BY SEA >< <• Direct Rentes fitLTIMORF AND I'llILADFITHM Savannah and Jacksonville Beat roota to Florid«. Ooba am! tha Sooth. Kir«ll«al aorrleo. !L_ _ Low All atfamar* «quipped with wlro N«w ateamara Auwan«« and 8om«rc«t itoooia do Lux«. Bala». Kino flteamor« ru. n fpramiaaion. •^nd for booklet CMIt Tick«! Offlfi». 105 Bo. Nlath ilmi Philadelphia Pa W. P. Turner. P. T. M-, .»Itimor#. Mé Leave Philadelphia. I ;1bt * (Foot of ■ Walnut 81) 10.46 S •. m. A « 00 o. m. W Leave Wilmington. R French Wharf ' 5 « 00 p. 08. F^TMOHT OVLT » i /a April Spring Weather Summer Clothing WRIGHTS Thais the Natural se quence oi things nowadays. We are prepared io do our part in fitting you New Suit are a grandiather, a lather. man or the out in a whether Y OU .a young youngster ol the lamily. We have line o( Spring Clothing as you need want to s e c— g o o d. dependable stock, made right and priced right as iine a I $12, $15, $29, $25 Spring Haberdashery is also ready. WRIGHT'S Clothing and .Furnishings Market and 8th Sts. ISO BOYS IN THE HIGH SCHOOL MEET The 440-yard run will be one of the features of the ribbon track and field meet of the Wilmington High School at Wawaset Park tomorrow. Jones, of last year's victorious team, Is expected to carry off the honors this year. Ahont ISO boys have en tered In thd events which will In clude 100-yanl dash, 220-yard dash, ♦40-yard daah, NSO yard run, ono mlle run. dUcns throw, shot put, pule valt, broad lump, high Jump. athlf.tk imo> at banquet. The Middle Atlantic Athletic Union held Us third annual banquet tn the Hotel Walton, Phila delphia, Tuesday night. Moving pic tures and slides of the Olympic teams on their way to Stockholm and at the games, were presented by B. It. Buah nell. Amateur ON FOOT A ROUND WOULD. Wilmington was visited yesterday by Lawrence Duffy, who has been traveling nfoot since 1905. Mr. Duffy Is touring the world and expects to finish hla Journey by 1920. He has visited every stale In this country except New Hampshire and Arkansas. • The One Best Feed • A K for your baby chirks Is on sal* «I our stör». A mirutin right and Keep» them growing atop exper imenting. Just use mixture which atari« them prnjS* Baby Chick Food i unit you will positively grow fh» best flock of f • chicks you »\%r raissd. Sample pack»«« frs*. f Your money back if it fails," « V In buxeg and bag», 3'„- up. 140-pas* poultry* !s.X5! book FRBR. 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ALOYSIof f Tommy Doughtery's Hillside team of All Wilmington League will stack up against 8t, Aloysius at Third and dul'ont street« on Saturday after noon. It will he the first real practica for the leaguers and as Tom haa a fast bunch of boys the game ought to be lively. The Hillside boys ara urged to bo out early. IMPROVING PAIR GROUND. Carpenters are at work on the new vaudeville platform at the State Fair. Grounds, and It will be finished within a short time. The stage prop er will ho open and will be used for the free exhihitlnos to he held there next Summer. In addition to this a new ticket of fice has been completed, with four windows, and the horse show ring Is also being re-arranged. An added at traction to the grounds will he a flower bed before the Judges stands, with a cinder path around IL BOX PARTY FOR HIM,SIDE. Tn the Twelfth Ward Democrat!« eluh tomorrow night the Hlllsld« club of the All Wilmington league will give a box party, the proceeds tn be applied to equipping the team. All the friends of the club are nrged to attend.