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lOÜNt PEOPLE IN
TEMPERANCE WORK
Sussex Society Holds Annual
Meeting' at Lewes—Cen
tury Club Elects
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL,
tlan Temperance Union held Us an
n,ual meeting in the Methodist Eplsro
Vial Church on Friday Mrs L V. At
kins, State's Young People's branch
séereti^ry, presiding
Those who had charge of the affair
(eel very well repaid for their efforts
In the ma'tlar as several more mem
bers were gained and it was the
means of two more unions being
formed. i
The Cape Henlopen
LEWES, Del., April 28—The Young
Peoples' Branch of (ire Women's Chris
day beacon,
■which wbb blown down a few days
ago will be rebuilt.
William H. Johnson ha» accepted a
position as UghthouV keeper at Mlah
Maul Shoal lighthouse.
The regular bus!nose meeting of
the Milton New-Century Club was
held Friday after»oon, Mrs. Charles
Waples presiding. Mrs. Hunter gave
an interesting report of the directors
meeting at Milford. The subject for
the day was Civics and Forestry. Mrs
Robert Wilson, chairman. Mrs. C. F.
Lacey read "What Women's Club» are
Doing.' Mrs. John Black read a paper
on "Patriotic Motherhood." Mrs. John
Ponder read a poem entitled "CooclT«
Bridge." Mrs. Wilson real an excellent
paper on her subject, which was very
much enjoyed. The meeting wa»
largely attended. The officers for the
year-were elected a» follows: Pres
ident. Mrs. George Hunter; first vice
president. Miss Clara Vaughn; sec
ond vice-president, Mrs. Thomas Cut
ler; recording secretary, Mrs. Frank;
Carey; corrcsponling secretary, Miss
Nell Waples; treasurer, Mrs. Frank
Lacey; auditor, Mrs. William Con
well; Slate director, Mrs. George Wa
pie.»; club directors. Mrs. Charles
Waples and Mrs. John Ponder.
P. G. Sachem Frank L. Hulson and
three sisters of Anona Council of
Georgetown raised chiets of Wenona
Council, Degree of Pocohontas. of
Milton Friday evening as follows:
Prophetess. Mary E. Clifton; Pocohon
tas. Lizzie Walls; Nenona, Hannah
Dickerson; Powton. Carrie Borrous;
K. of R.. Lillie Davidson; K. of W.
Minnie Reed ; C. of W.. Fannie At
kins; first runner, Martra Warring
ton; second runner, Clara Vent;
guuard of wigwam., Mary Walker;
guard of forest. Mary E. Johnson.
..
the May issue of "Motor out today,
says too little thought In the fram
Ing of automobile laws has been given
to reduction of noise and prevention
of accidents through the proper reg
ulatlon of automobile warning HlguaU.
In discussing the problem from a
standpoint of noise, the author
dares that only a small element
among motorists misuse their signals.
'Seme offender.-, err through thought
l^jsness or carelessness bnl the ma
TO (CRB NOISE MANlAC.
Writer in Motor Car Journal Would
.Make I nlaelid Needless Blow
ing of Auto Horns.
NEW YORK. April 28.—A writer in
Jifrlty of those who make unnecessary
npisc with their signals are of the
same typo a» the joy-rider; and like
him ought to be suppressed at every
opportunity without Ihe great major
By of law-abiding aiitomobilists being
made to suffer for tbelr sins.
"In Ihe past two year» there ha«
been an active campaign In progress
of automobile
to regulate the use
warning signals; to legally demand
the use of adequate signals and to
.5-™, „„uro o, mol orte,* ..
Bipnals in tho r true function Rives
, » . .• *
a wrong impression to the non-mo
. . . «.if ui, v i » _ » i
toring public which is largely in the
' majority. Motorists should learn the
re ults of misusing their warning'^
signals. U Is equally necessary that,
he non-mo orist should understand:
that the miau«« of a warning Cigna 1
. . . . - .i -»
in no wav detracts from the general
iv -, ; . „i « » „ u u u
benefit of such a signa when It I«
properly used. Ont o this fact is un
derstoor many of the disturbing con
djtions that constantly operate to ere
ate antagonism between motorist and
; ^- mo,or ' | at he removed
-From time to time the question la j
J f ai8C . d f f an aa 1c drivers be,
, taught to use their aignal properly? .
Most drivers do this very thing The \
trouble is the deliberate noise-mak-;
er makes so much noise he gives the
Impression that a far greater «timber
of persons misuse their signals than
arc guilty of the offnse. The remedy
lies In the vigorous punishment of
the no.se maker oMnuiecessary no.se
a« a disturber of the peace
JUDGE BARHORST
DOES HIS DUTY TO
RHEUMATIC
SUFFERERS
IT you suffer from Rheumatism sndl
don t read this advice, then the 1er
rible diesasc must have robbed you of
F,° Wer t0 be falr t0 y° ur8elf '
*' _ . .... * .
«*• *£'?*' rhorat ' rf .'" e
ml 'nki ,, . I ' can ,X 0 ",P sh p ; '• * j0r *
arale Ohio do certify that after treat
ZTf'SLJn T f Wi,h0Ut J 6 ;
if Rh P CU iT ° f i a '. ery , 0ad
Î .T.Ä X r r Tr&ou n . d ti
using RHEUMA I was a cripple.
walking with crutches, and I feel tt
my duty to let other sufferers from
Rheumatism know what it will do.
The result seems almost miraculous
to me. 1 have advised RHEUMA to
af least a dozen persons, and each
one speaks as highly of It as I. I will
answer any one suffering from the
disease if a two-cent stamp is en
closed."—May 31. 1912.
You can secure a bottle of RHEU
MA for Only 6fi cents at N. R. Dan
forth!» and he says If not as advertis
ed money back. TUs justs a» good for
Gqut.
•■'(»Ut*.
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Arthritis,
Lumbago and
'""i;,""' 4 "
«"
Preparation
Soft,
spongy, bleeding, receding
gums are prevalent with eighty per
cent, of our adult population.
Unless cheeked, serious and expen
Five results will surely follow. DR
FORMA NS DRNTAU CREAM will aid
In cheeking these aliments and by
faithful use, the gums may be reator
ed to healthy, pinky condition and the
(teeth be made firm and »parkling.
It is a germicide pleasing to the
taste, strengthens the gums, polishes
the teeth, and thoroughly cleans the
: mouth of disease-creating germs,
; In each carton will he found a oom
plete # ,tory" with full directions for
\ usage and suggestions for the care
of teeth. Is sold in collapsable lubes
(a pastel at 26 cents by Scarborough
, Drug Co., and leading Druggists, on
positive assurance of satisfaction,
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SEAFORD NEGRO
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IS "CHASED" BY
FIGHTING SNAKE!
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
SEAFORD. Del.. April 28.—Former
State Senator J. E. Dutton received a
cut on the face while cranking an
automobile.
Workmen employed on the farm of
J. J. Rosa and Son. plowed up two
large black snakes One of the rep
tiles showed fight and chased a negro
el'ght' tX Jong Th ° 8Uakn meB,mred
A petition requesting the appoint
ment of William H Thorne, a former
Sussex county constable, to the office
of justice of the peace here to suc
cced George M. Stengle. whose term
expired two months ago. has been
presented to Governor Miller.
Falling from oft a ladder a distance
of twenyt feet to the ground. Clarence
Scott a painter, escaped with slight
injuries.
Saturday night "hot zing" and loaf
ing around the lotvtl depot of the Penn-1
sylvanla railroad has been forbidden
and detectives
the
properties.
"Farm Folks." a dramatic produe
tion in three acts, will be presented
by the East New Market Dramatic So
ciety In the O pe ra House at Preston
Tuesday evening. The proceeds are
for the benefit of the Women's Club,
Miss Ida Thomas and William H.
Hastings, both of Brookviovv. and Mis»
Mary Bebee, of Georgetown, and Geo.
O. Butler, of Liberty, were married
Friday evening at the Methodist Epis
copal parsonage by the Rev. P. W
Crosby.
The Rev. C. W. Poole, superintend
ent of the Delaware Anti-Saloon
League, has been in this 8oci |0 " see
Ing that the Hazel- snti-Iiquor ship
mcnt ]aw js i, e j I1(r enforced. Investi
potions thus far show that the law is
being obeyed.
T he largest catch of fish ever made
ocean City Maryland In one dav
a8 |goo bafrels or over 60 carload«,
Most of the fish were trout
do--I
» UABI1C nr ûn Tn
CHORUS OF 80 TO
ojjyp miMtC AC Mnon s unv
M INu LlilIVIta Ur NOKlMANUY
With rehearsals now being held two
.land three times weekly, and adresse»
sd actors as busy as busy can be. all
plans will soon be perfected, and.
everything in readiness for the beau
liful opera, "The Chime» of Norman
. , . ..
^ f v' ,,rP8 ?" , r<1 f " r
bPnoft ' of H ° b ? Karm ' " ' ho « ran "
Opera House, the week , f May 12, un
der the musical direction of Mrs.
Leonard E. Wales.
g«»*?" " ' "
a j « j ■ s . .. ,
A decided acquisition to the snleu
. „„ n / _
did company will be Horace Roed Da-*
. . .. . .71
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Mr . Dumont . who iH a mPt ' n .
„ ()f ,, p 0perHtU . 8ot . io „ of
member of the
.. ,, . . r , .
well known Savoy Company, has un
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usual qualification« as an actor and
|hp 'por/oasor of a high baritone
vo , cß cr ' wonderfu , ra nge.
Th „ co , tumc8 for a re in
reai . m!8fi are nl0(Jel ^ of dajnty
bcaut T o Miss Resale duPo.it be
longs the special credit of having
made almoal cntirely . hPr own c08 *
for hpr d(Ulce8 , ,. Woo d Nymphs'
d t „ .. Normand Pca8Knt Da lc".''
^ gre be ' , a , fpH(urr8 of
tbp production, and are very beautiful,
Wale ,, Profe8llor Leslie T.
C l fhP mu8 , ca , conductor. Ed-
w>rd s Grant> tbe 8lagP managGr . the
chorU8 t e , h voicc * and „fembers
of thp u onP aild . unlt|ng
, thplr rffor , s toward thP SUCC088 0 f
the opera, and judging from the ad-
vance sale of tickets, and the keen
Interest "being manifested by lE. that
success is assured.
STANTON
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
STANTON. Del.. April 28—Classes
6 and 6 of Slanlon M. E Sunday
School will hold a Japanese tea in
Stanton Hall on Saturday evening,
May 10
Mrs. R. O. C.'urrlnder wa» the guest
0 f bPr daughter, Mrs. Elmer Cornog
on Tuesday.
Mrg Geor gc Banks was a Wilmlng
ton visitor on Monday
Airs. John Carlon and son John and!
Mtaa Alma Barlow were the guests of
Mrs, Harvey Cranston on ~hur»Uay.
Mias Kmma Oro8p ha8 bee „ apend .
hng the week with Miss Sara Taylor
Mi88 LilIlan Pyl* or Kia-nensi. was
rr or ' MiMB Mary Tw,or 0,1
,. Hehece. Ba„ and Miss Nel
Temple were guests
frl «J d * 0,1 Thursday,
'.( Stanton
. J' ? f „ P
Lodge ' No " 4 ' on Thursday evening,
" " 8 . H t, . u .? < ' ess ' . , .
Ml8B Allcc Oharsha. of Wilmington.
" as ,bo re, ' c,,t guest of Mrs. L. A
Othoson.
Mrs. Benjamin Dickey was the re
cent guest of Ms. J Leslie MoCallls
tor.
Master Edward McCallister " as the
recent guest of his cousin. Benjamin
L. Dickey/ Jr.
Mr. and Mrs AVH liant Tate, of Wil
mington. » ere the ref ont guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Dickey.
Voung Elephant in Ringling
Show is a Great Actor
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Trainer working out with a group of performing elephant» with
ling Brother»' Circus, which appears In Wilmington, Friday, May 2.
Ring
whc " Rlngllng Brothers' circus
comes to Wilmington on Friday of
this week, there will be seen among
»•"* 'rained animal acts a
r °upo of baby elephants, the comedian
of whlch 18 Napoleon, a diminutive
fe,lo ' v who Jot»ed the show early In
1winter and vvho showed such re
markable lnM,ln ''"' ,h »t f™ « mere
*reen elephant he hss been success
ful, - v trained In a very short time to
become one of the greatest features
the big animal number,
Napoleon came as a surprise to a
party of Ringling Brothers' wild anl
hunters In India
trap is a deep pit covered over lightly
"tth a net-work of grass. A trap of
ol,p °f *be hunters,
nothing happened. On the forth day
" hen the trap was again visited the
S ra88 to P " as broken The hunters
approached the opening very gingerly,
«'• rpf,dv with ropes slid :.uk1es to
*'>«re a full grown beast. Way down
at ( bc blaek bottom of the pit
'ho youngster. They lifted him out
nulte easily and were tending him
away when a great crashing in near
by brush announced the arrival of
CHURCH TO ENTERTAIN. I
Sppcla ) to THE EVENING JOURNAL
EBENEZER, Del., April 28 —An en
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tertalnmcnt and pic social will be
given bv the members of Ebenezer
Church In the church on Thursday
. M
Pni ' K ' May 1
Arn o ,l K the victim« of wbopplng
cough in this vicinity are Elizabeth
and George Cook. Raymond Davis. Er
, , , .. .
-lohnslon. Watson and Lewis,
* ,rai ' k ' n '
Warren W. Buckingham s pent one
day recently with his cousin, Edward
An elephant
kind was set for the purpose of
catching a very big elephant seen by
For three day»
was
A. Worrall
, , , ... ,,
ark - 8 '"'" 1 , ,h '; " l,b Mrs.
8 ,rallorn " mother, Mrs S. u Worrnll.
Miss Mary A. McDaniel, of Wll
mlnglon. I» spending a few days with
friends in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C Whiteman
spent one day recently nt the home
of Mr. and Mr». Lewis Whiteman
Mr. jnd Mrs Orlando K. Strahorn
and sons. Albe;,» and Robert of New
The Rev. E. C. Pretty man spent
Thursday with friends at McClellands
ville.
Miss Sara Lydia I'avis visited Miss
Nellie Van Sant recently.
Mrs Sarah L. Worrall is entertain-1
Ing Newark friends.

KsTT——
YOUR DOCTOR
\
doesn't know your stomach as well as you do—he
hasn't lived with it as long as you have—but he
will tell you that a well cooked cereal eaten every
morning for breakfast will strengthen the digestive
organs and keep the bowels healthy and active.
And if he is wise he will recommend
Shredded Wheat
for this purpose because it is the whole wheat
made digestible by steam-cooking,
shredding and baking. Make your
meat" Shredded Wheat.
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For breakfast heal the Bia>
cuit in the oven a few mo
ment» to restore crispness;
then pour hot milk over it,
adding a little cream ; salt
or aweeten to suit the taste.
It U deliciously nourishing
and wholesome for any
meal with stewed prunes,
baked apples, sliced bana
nas, p reserved peaches,
pineapple or other fruits.
At your grocer'».
...nip. ...
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Made only by The Shredded Wheat Company at Niagara F alls, N.Y«
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the mother Animal trappers urn
fearless men. but they know it Is
one elephant.
sters like this one fall
trap- because they ate so zealously
watched by their wary parents.
CAMDEN HONOR BOLL PUPILS
(special to T IK EVENING JOURNAL
CAMDEN. Del., April "8.-Pupils
.. 1 '
in Camden public school who have
made an average of flo per cent, or
above In studies, deportment, attend-!"
.. . nrnni , f _ », _« .
ante and promptness for Aptll sre.
Ninth gracie— Lena Pyott, Margaret
Shockley, lloxunna Taylor and Alonzo
Goodwin.
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EightI. grade Elizabeth Hollis.
Evans, Elisabeth Unwell and Lora
Fitzgerald.
Sixth grades Mildred Burke, Charles
Gray Gilbert Umbo, taon and Harry
grade—Myrtle Pyott a*d
advisable to run and this they did
with alacrity at sight of the mad par-1
ent coming toward them. Napoleon
was given hl» liberty ami the men
took to the trees.
Just then a strange thing happened
Bent upon re enge, the mother was
making with frenzied haste for the
kidnappers. The pit lay directly he
tween her and the hunlera. She did!
not observe It, nod the next moment
with a shrill rry of rage she plunged
Into It. When the Steamship Mine
tonka sailed into New
York harbor
d sr were
fhey have both taken kindly
to America. The mother has hern
successfully broken that »he travels In
parade in harness with two other
elephants, hitch to a great East In
dian tableau chariot. The yoengater
is as lame as a house cat and rs gen
tle as a lamb.
last January, mother and
occupying the dark end of the cuttle.
dock
This was an unusually good piece of
luck (or the animal trapper», who
sometimes wmk for weeks to cptura
It is seldom that young.
Into their
.
.
(Daisy Marker.
Fourlh grade—Elmer Dunn, Kath
rvn Mo " c ' '■ li,r Markcr aml Mar y
Hammond.
Third grade—Frank Reedy, William
Taylor, Linford Saxton and Mildred
tiouser
Second grade- Frances Spence.
Anderson,
Fifth
Wesley Moore and Mary Howell.
First grade--Robert Hartnett and
George Hausen
Primer elass—Vertlc Ware, Joseph
Hartnett and Pauline t'onarj.
News Noies in and Around Elkfon
Special to THK EVENING .TOURNAI.
ELKTON, Mrt., April 28. A call has )
been Issued for a meet In* of la x pay- j
ers of Cecil county in Blkton on Wed-j
nesday, April Jit, to consider Cecil
county's portion of the road loan by
the Maryland S ale Hoad Commission,
The suffrage meeting at Cherry Hill
a» addressed by
on Tuesday evening
(). W. Washburn, of Iron Mill.
West Nottingham Academy Athletic
Society Is to have a strawberry fes- :
llval on Friday evening May 2,
The beautiful Maryland
yellow mid black, are to be seen
colors,
on
every schoolbou«e In the S ale living
beside the Slai» »nri Stripe» If Dr M
Rate» Steven». Slate superintendent of
schools can po arrange It.
Mr» Annie Kirk, widow of Alfred
Kirk, of Farmington, died at her home
on Wednesday, aged 7n years,
leave» seven children William
u .
»ne
r HHV
on
Wednesday. Mr. Laugdon was HO
years old. -
Ira Neal, of North East, vvn» killed 1
on the tracks of the Baltimore and
nhlo Railroad at Hussvllte on Wed-,
nesday.
Mis horses.
View, Alfred of Nottingham. Earnest
of Philadelphia, and Ellsh» who Uvea
at home. The daughter*
Janie» Abrahams, of Bay View, Mrs
George Smith, of Baltimore, and Ml»»
Lucy Kirk.
The death of Giles Maxwell Lang
don, formerly of Cecil county,
red ai his home In Ardmore, Pa..
Mrs
are
vur
'
becoming frightened ;
while attached to a manure spreader ]
and running away, placed Peter DM
in giea' danger, hut fortunately hejsr
wss unhurt
A shad supper will be given by the
Literary Society of Flint Hill Meth
odist Episcopal Church at Strickers
ville on Thursday evening,
Personal» —Miller F. Mugra« spent.
was a
several day» In Bullimoie John
Clark, of Wilmington, was In
on Friday—John H. Terrell
Baltimore vialtor last week
George Sidney Woolley, of Chesa
pcake City, visited his sister. Mrs.
Emma Campbell and Mias Florence
E, Woolley
Wednesday
W, W.
visit
on
Burkley I,a» been enjoying a
from his brother. Harry Bnrkley of
Irvin G Griffith has re
( turned to hia home In Chesapeake
aO|t_'lty from a sanitarium In Wilmington
The gingerly Fire Company of Elk
1 --œ.
Philadelphia,
,0 '"' of 8,,0 >" " m,lp a, "l « half of
single track The cost c
i,,ul rejiaiimg bene i) rid go-*
i "bout I1.145.CHM)
"In order that the mo einem if
train» t--s»ild not have to await the
permanent replacement of bridge». Il
j was nceessary to construct Immedl-J
j ately an amn int of temporary trestle
1 «oric equivalent to 4 28 miles of sln
i « l ?,^ ar V .V"? of ,
"The length of road requiring re
I pairs amounted to lü.t.fiH miles, af-1
i feeling 2I8 miles of truck The esll
imat*» cost of these repairs will
amount tn some $t.r>87 non.
PENNSY'S FLOOD LOSS
WILL BE $3,610,000
IWl'anla Railroad Company, authorizes
Samuel Ura president of the Pcnn
(pc following statment :
"It Is tow possible to »late the cx
I lent and to estimate the oo»l
of th«
-damage to the Pennsylvania Linos
west of Pittsburgh caused by the re
I cent flood» in the Middle Wes..
! "T«* I ty-four bridges were rt-ntroy-1
vere damaged, covering
ed and fifty
if replacing
111 be
"Including (be above and adding
the coat of damage to stations, equip
ment, telegraph lines and other prop-]
I erty, the total loss on all Pcimaylval-|
I ,a 1,nrs nm, " ln,H ,ft W, 181.000 divided
among the various rompantes «« fol-1
low*:
[ "Pennsylvania Company, $1,640,000;
i Pitsburgh. Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
Vandalla
Grand
j Louis Railway, 11,600 900;
i Railroad Company, $il42.o0tl;
Rapids and Indiana Railway. $28,000
(Total 83,610,000.
;
I
ment In the
butions for an automobile fire
The Port Deposit Patriotic Associa
tion in making plana for the cenlcn
niai of the town on July 4 next, or
gsnlzlng on Thursday evening, t).
P, Haeorty, president. Miss Lizzie Al
klnaon. Stephen I), Liirnum and John
Atkinson, vice-presidents;
Ewing secretary, and John H. Kimble,
ton I» meeting with much encourage
■ffortH to aecure contrl
truck.
treasurer,
A severe cut on the leg was the
i emit of an accident to Lloyd Balder
son of Colora, who was adjusting the
belt on an engine
by Henry Cumiiiiiigo
stand.
Rising Sun lias been offered a site
if fil a i town
for the use of a pumping »talion and
.
nl "l Mrs. Georgs Dean, of
Child», have Ivh.I ns their guests Mr.
am > M' 8 -lame» M Reynolds, of Cray
croft Miss Pearlc Gibson, of Wll
mlngton. Mr and Mr« John R. Rob
Imon. of Newark and Mr. and Mr».
.1 W Jones, of Chestv
The suffrage meeting In Rising
Sun was in charge of Mrs Belle
Haines Addresses were made by K.
Buffington and the Rev, K. C.
MaeMehol of Rising Bun. Ml»» Kalh
m ine Hill of England, and Misa L.
C. Trax. of Easton, also spoke
Elk ton« largest tee dealer,
h
harvest
Mr
it
Henry
Mitchell, having been unable to
. natural Ice owing to the
wann winter, has notified his patrons
that he would no longer serve them
with lee The town I» fatsTng a se
rious condition. Davlu and Vlnslng
are the proprietors of the Elkton
plant, hut the capacity of their fac
toi y Is far below the demands.
Mr, and Mrs. Peter 011 have return
ed from a visit to New York,
Cleaver Potts, of Hykoavtue. has
been visiting his family In Elkton.
S. I). McCullough, of the old Me
Iron Works, North East, Is
ni »i his home near Colora.
William A Crawford, one of the
force employed by the Hough Pro
cès» Company of the Radnor Pulp
Mill, Elkton. has gone to Wuyoross,
Georgia', as manager of « plant there
Bennett Stelle, of Chesapeake, ha*
been visiting in Wilmington.
Jojfn Wesley Falls, of North East,
was an Elkton vialtor mi Saturday
Ml»» Sarah R. Miller, of Colora,
was in Elkton the last of the week
nein positions
these vaeancieH will lie plaeed III
rffeet
, ,
being advertised; One eoiuiiielor, Har
JERSEY FULL CREW BILL
MAKES MORE ROAD JOBS
passed In New Jersey, the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company will he forc
cd to add an extra brakeinan on all
Sl..n
the Full Brew bill has been
'heir
City,
.vet the preference crews running into
crews now running In!
Jersey
Although Peiiiisylvalils ha» had Ihe
full crew hill for the tant two year*.
Jersey City were not required to lime
more than the rear lirnkeiiiau on the
train. Thl* new law will give six
more brakemen work slid these .-row»
are now being advertised for perma
on Tuesday, April 2S. and at
me time several changes will
he made In Hie road pools.
The following vacancies are now
the
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Harrisburg, for 105 and 1JJ; »lx flag
m( . n , Enola. for 206, 218 2:15, 245, 248,
... 0||p - Philadelphia P-:ifl
' ' '
1 ' 38 ; *' lx brBkcmen. Marysville * rout,
175. 17C, 177. 178. 179 and 180; one
brakeinan. .lerscy City, front, 5(11; one]
brakeinan Harrisburg, rear, 129; five
brakemen, Harrisburg, front. 105, 114.
113 and 127; one brakeinan. Enola.
rear, 255; three brakemen, Enola.
one brake
rlsburg for lo4 pool; one conductor,
Philadelphia P-39-P-lt; one flagman,
Morrtavtlle, for 4ot> pool; two flagmen.
front, 2t 8, 229 and 258:
man. Philadelphia, P-89-P-38.
HARRINGTON
Special to TM K EVENING JOURNAL
HARRINGTON Del,, A pr«l 38.—
Inonda Culver. iif Philadelphia.
George Culver,
week-end
< ulver.- Miss Clara Wilson of
Middletown. ha» been the guest of
Mi» .lohn Sheldrake. —Misa CD Han
Cnln I» visiting her aunt, Mr». Allen
Sullivan. In Wilmington. Mra Snow
berger la visiting friend» In Kklgcley,
WHllant M<( .> i> ia i pi ndlpg .1 few
days with Wilmington friend«. —■
Krank Fleming was an out »f town
visitor on Monday— Charle» Murphy
«a» an out of town vlattor the Aral
of Hie week. Mrs. Klehaid Johnson
was an oui of town vlattor on Mon
day s, 1, Lapp spent Wednesday In
Wilmington Mra. Mollir Sheldrake
y
and
if Newark, »tient the
1th their mother. Mrs. A.
I» visiting friends in Philadelphia.—
William Sharp and Ralph Todd were
Wilmington visitors on Wednesday —
y( r . Stafford of Burnside was a town
\(slior on Thursday. Mr and Mr«,
Arlle Jacob», of Burrsvllle. were the
K ue»t» of Mr». Zuck Hatfield on
Thursday.—Mr». Hasty Cain was a
Wilmington visitor on Friday.—Mrs.
Patience Johnson was the guest of
Philadelphia friend» on Friday
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You can use milk more trerly
in your cooking and at less ex
pense if you use Hires Gold
Milk. The contents of a ran
costing ten cents makes three
times its hulk of pure, rieh milk
Added to an equal amount of
water it make» a richer milk —
almost a cream—that can be
used for alt dishes in which
cream is used.
And it is far more handy than
nnv milk yon ran get trnm the
milkman. Always at limul —
and fresh when you want it
Hires Gold Milk comes from
the choicest herds in Chester
County. Condensed by evapo
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Jnsl trv it today and see how
aid il I».
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great n household
You'll lie g steady
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10 crnla n can nt your grocer'»
Uxtry ion gnaranlrerf.
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NOKIIII HN IMSrHKT
Charles H. Blaine i
Subject |o (be Derision of Repnb* •
(lean Party
TZ UK A88F.R80K AND COLLKCTOR.
I NOHTHKKN DIHTRIOr
rompriainf Fifth, Hixlh, Save nth, Kifhtta
and Ninth Wurth.
JAMES H. MORRIS
the tlpcibion uf thn Kf|>ublican
Suhjrrt l<
party.
Grand Opera House
Matinee and Night
FRIDAY, MAY 2.
The Abont Opera Co., offer a
revised and modernized produc-
tion of
The BohemianCirl
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PRICES—Matinee, 25c. 50c. 75r)
#1.00. Boxes #1.50. Evening ;,oc,
75e. #1.00. #1.50. Hoxe- #2.00.
Sealx on Sale Wednesday morning
April 3«, 9 o'clock.
The Garrick
As IMial Hie Only Heal Show
In Tunn.
A Good Reserved t-eat Day or
Night for 25e. for a Dollar Show.
The Latest Hit- The Original
Brinkley G irl M \ E W EST.
DU til BEAUTIFUL
The Story of (he Hunt in Living
Model». _
Ilean-Beaton Company. A Great
Comedy Farce,
-I III i"'t KIM. DAT/*
LANG'S GOTHAM TKIO
Singing, Comedy and F tin in
General. _
The Eight Berlin Madcap
THE FASTEST DANCING
l\ I II OEA Mil
Marco and Kelli, the French
Conjurors
MYSTERIOUS NONSENSE _
Picture», Plenty of Them and
til CO M EDI FILMS Fdi »on's.
That Clever lri»h Pair, Janie»
K. Donovan and I.villa Arnold,
PRIME MINISTERS l\
THE WORLD OF Fl N
VIways a Hit. _
Matinees Every Day, 10 and 25c.
Every Night. 25. "5 and 50c.
Next Work last Week of tlm
Vaudeville Season. A Great BID.
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