NEWSY DOINGS ;
OF NEW CASTLE
Council Votes Police Higher
Salaries and May Em
LARGER LOCKUP NEEDED
FOR LAW OFFENDERS
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
NEW CASTLE. Del.. May 7.
With a population of 4Ö00 and no
lall but a ldck-up, and in that but
one coll, this place is threatened
with a famine of cells or other (daces
lor the safe keeping of offenders and
ai the meeting of Council last night It
was said that the police hud arrested
a woman for infraction of the laws,
but the one cell in the town at the
(inn- was occupied by a man.
disordi r at times is serions and more
cells are needed was at tested to by
It was said that on Satu
the two policemen on
|yt) could not leave Delaware street
and as a result resident» of Nlmw
town and Dohhinsvllle ware talking
of petitioning Mayo r Rodney for ad
ditional police on Luise evenings. At
times it is said women and girls can
not walk along some streets without
•teing jostled hy drunks.
Then abject of better police rame
before Council when
said another cell, if not more, should
ruled (f they could hav e bean
•cell they had in the town should he
. heated, otherwise a prisoner who
might contract a aerious cold while
rfflymmO ' gW l W TiThIr last
He cited the Instance
would have been ar
It was r •
/ in It, could sue the city.
,, irouhle. It was explained, was due
t 'to the stove formerly in the cell he
Mr. Sullivan also
«Bade ,i motion that two additional
officers be employed for Friday and
Katurdav nights for work in Shaw
members thought such action whs
vested In the Mayor an
w ithdrew his i union saying he would
appeal to the Mayor as an individual
citizen for additional police protec
j™ vrÆr.sr;; "z
ïriknow |..ld th* I» ■ ..Hirer, Mm
increased from 160 To $65 n month.
his communication the Mayor
i i . ,u as hour« «
claimed the men worked 88 *° U ™ , a
■week and purchased their own nl
Councilman Spolcter oppos
cd the .norease. claiming h» nug
- received enough and that
they spent too much t me on Delà
, w are street, and while they worked
long hours, they received a week's
vacation. Councilman Poole claimed
the officers wen .is good as officers
in other cities who received moro
monev and had a vactlcn period.
When the motion to increase the
me.i's salaries was put. Councilman
Speicher declared he wanted an aye
and nay vote as h- desired to he re
Grory. Weldln. Cavender Sullivan
corded as voting against il
and Weggenmann voting for the in
crease and Colncllmou Sentman and
Speicher voting no.
Councilman Speicher said he favor
ed . «Ving throe policemen If Count ;
could pay mem $45 a mouth which
was the salary at one lime. Al this
point Councilman Poole sait* that
residents of the Buttonwoods, his
ward, never saw a policeman there,
and some ono said (here were
[ r.o saloons there. Mr. Poole replied:
"No, but you gel them drunk here
and send Hum out there where they
' Council also voted to increase the
wages of M. ' J. Reedy, the ash eol
lector, from $45 to $50 a month, Mr.
Reedy having made the request.
A communication was received from
the traction company requesting per
mission to turn over to the Wilming
ton and Philadelphia Traction Com- i
pany their contract with the Dein !
ware Water Improvement Company.
as the Wilmington concern is about j
to furnish our rent. The members ;
thought it best to secure an opinion,
(from the city solicitor on the matter.
.and this will be requested by Clerk j
White .before the contract is trans- |
President Cavender, chairman of
the committee on streets and roads
•I reported concerning some scraping
4 î that had been done, and it w as an
5 'pounced that the. traction company
£ bad asked for bids for repairing)
■ The first and second reading of the 1
J ordinance relating to the issuing of
♦ he $30.000 worth pf bonds for street |
ImproTomsnts fitHborlzed by the las;
i^pteftvfnre. was also given. It will
be given its final reading al a meet
ing to bee held In the near future.
City Treasurer John R Manlove.
«I the meeting of Council presented
bis report for the year ending March
f 28. 1913; Receipts for the year were
i $18,550.76. and the expenditures, *18,
_ The uncollected taxes are
• For years 1904-06-06
_ For year 1909 .
Fo r year 1910 .
For year 1911 .
For year 1912 ...4 . 3.477.04 I
Trustsos of Common* Moot.
Trustees of the Commons, at its j
meeting last evening, received ths !
annual report of Treasurer McGrory. |
The report showed,the amount due]
the trustees is only $154.50. During)
the year $6,4o0
Ing obligations ot the trustees fol
was expended for
Brvlgon Steel Casting Co...$ 1.200.00
J. E. Smith, 6 per cent, bond 7,900.00
New Castle Trust Co., de
mand note ..
Citizens' B. and L. Assoc. .
Total . . ..
In the expenditures appears the
Item of $240, which is the
payment of dues tor the Good Will
Fire Company. The officers y the
board of trustees are; John H. Rod
ney. president; Patrick McGrory.
WMaurer; Francis de H. Janvier, sec
pcUtry; acting committee, .lames G.
Btiaw, John E. Taylor. James K. )
Wgga: committee on public buildings,
D: Wiliam J. Ferris, James M. Wise,
John M. Hance
Aieneral CRy News.
The funeral of William Rees*
Plark took place yesterday afternoon
Soruce were conducted by the Rev.
Fashion Hints for Dainty Readers
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An effective model for a waist of bordered law n, with high or round
neck and long, olto-plcce sleeve». Embroidery flouncing can also ho used
for (his design.
For the average size, two yards of 10-inch bordered or embroidered
material are required fur this waist. Al 05 cents » yard the cost would hu
hut $1.30. -*•
No. 614». Sizes 32, 34. 38, 40, 42 and 44 bust
Price of pattern, 15 cents.
On sale at Crosby & Hill Co., 005. 607, 609 Market street.
J. L. Johnson and the Rev, G. T. An
derson. Interment was made In
Globn cemetery. The pall hearers
were three friends from the shops of
the American Car and Foundry Com
pany. Wilmington, and three local
The Dorcas Society of the M. E.
Church will celebrate its first inni
versnry this evening. A pleasing
program lias been arranged.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hewlett, of
«Äf'SSÄ ra." ™
»Wir« •'« »«I"« "■■*• •" 'J'
B' ir K»v fountain and the water will be
lu L I V'^ on al onc J'
There 1s a growing demand for real
estate In New Castle.
Captain Evan S. Watson Post. No.
^ q A . r,, has appointed the several
committees for Memorial Day. Ac-,
compunlP(1 bv tl)0 Now ramlP n anti
, llP veterans will visit the city cent
n(uriPH all( | p j ace flow ers on the
pravP8 , )f tho veterans. The veterans
PX pcct to attend church services the
s un ,i ay previous to Memorial Dav
Judge James W. Lnttomus will ad
dress the M. K. Sunday School next
Jesse McKay, manager of the stli
Idle department of the Baracca Class,
wants all members to report on Fii
P. 0. 8. OF A. CARP GETN RANT.
GEORGETOWN, Del.. May 7—De
precatlng the fact that the American
flag has not been flying over the
Georgetown High School for several
years, the new P. O. S, of A. camp
obtained the consent of ihc Board of
Education to present the school with
a handsome Mag. All of tho secret
order* in the town and public organ
izations, deluding the firemen, have
been invited to take part in the flag
raising the afternoon of Mem orial
! fahntr Aknost Unbearable, For
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j Not omCp. Used
; Cllticuni Soap and Ointment,
Wwr and oswofii,
SCALES AS THICK
F. XX* IW. W. Pk -
two. 1 bar! ftb
I N hwtl rub and ihrm
^■ tO a rl S>or ntains
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Many Buyen Arc Taking
Advantage of Our
Closing Out Sale
We offer Tin. Iron, W r ire and Wood
Ware at cost and less.
In Steam Wash Boilers. Iron Pots
with steamer attachment, Scorchlesa
Cooking Pots—all about half price.
guaranteed to work perfectly. A few
i at 10 P er cent - lp * 8 than their present
I vall ie.
C. Johnson & Son
622 King Street.
PORTRAIT GIVEN TO ( Ol RT.
IIW > w . ,,.. u>ru
»RAMA I INIS IN GARRKk AIT.
Miss Maybolle Adams, who Is tak
l, ig the loading part In "An Idyl of tho
Strings," at the Garrick Theatre this
week, Is making a big hit. la addl
tlon to being n skilled violinist, she
is a very clever actress, and her work
this playlet is the best of any In
which she has yet appeared. She is
supported by a strong company, all of
whom are recognised dramatists. She
' 1Ha a fascinating way about her
which adds materially to the effect of
playlet To produce this act a
«'«iToad of special scenery Is required,
Plein re of Thomas Hale, kenl's First
ItrvMcr in i hincery.
DOVER, Del., May 7.*—Tho presen-1
tation of a portrait of Thomas Hale,
tho first Register in Chancery ot Kent
enmity, which was in the possession
of a descendant, Thomas Hale Streets,
of Wyncote, Pa., a retired naval of
ftesr, took place yesterday in the
Supreme Court room in tho Slate
House in tho presence of Chancel
lor Curtis, the presiding judge of the
Court of Chancery, and his assistant,
Resident Associate Judge William H.
Boyce, several attorneys, and others.
Chancellor Curtis received the por
trait on behalf of the office, and
thanked the donors for their gift.
Steps falling Hair
Thsy cut down
Hall's Hair Renewor certainly stops
falling hair. No iloubt about it what
You will surely be satisfied.
Visit This Store When in Need of
QUALITY THE BEST
Buy a White Moun
tain Refrigerator, none
better. Known as the
chest with the chill in
it. Over one million
now in use. That should
be sufficient guarantee
to influence you to see
this wonderful refrig
erator before buying
any other. A regular
family size, hardwood
white enamel lined, re
movable wire shelves,
duplex ice raek. all
J; ' Ä
parts easily kept clean.
Special price on this
size, $20, Big line of
to select from. Prices
.. $7.00 to $05.00
Ice Chests and Refrigerators
PORCH ROC HERS, $1 to $3
We have the largest and
most complete line of porch
furniture to be seen in this
city. Maple frames with dou
ble woven rattan seats and
backs. Low and high backs
with and without arms,
$1.00 -to $3.00
AWMIVGS. SHADES AND
Awnings made to order
and hung on very short no
tice. We make a specialty of
window shade work- carrying
a complete stock. All kinds
of upholstering and repair
work. Estimates cheerfully
Best quality of China and
Japanese Mattings, all new
goods. Rolls of 40 yards, at
a saving of from $2.00 to
$6.00 per roll.
Best grades of printed
goods. 35c, 60c and 70c. In
laid Linoleums, $1.00, $1.25
J.& J. N. HARMAN CO.,
410 King Street
THOS. J. JACOBS. Prop.
Charge Accounts Solicilecl.
from the school at Boothwyn killed a
snake of the black variety In the
woods. The roptllo measured over
throe feet in length.
Mrs, Ann» liergull, owner of the
Bergdoll farm, has about five hundred
chicks in various stages of develop*
ment, over which she exercise* per
Goluj to the barn on his father's
place, Joe DoNight says he was at
lacked by a neighbor's dog. Later he
secured a gun and tried to shout
Miss Marian Smith, a school teacher
passed the week end among relatives
and friends in Philadelphia
Miss Ethel Tyson led the Christian
Endeavor meeting on Sunday evening
at, the Presbyterian church.
Miss Jennie Mahon and Miss Mar
garet Stanton, teachers of the public
school «I Boothwyn. took their pupils
Maying In the woods recently. Flow
ers were picked, insects wore exam
Incd and incidentally three of the
youngsters fell into shallow water and
needed new linen. All were delighted
with the pleasures of the afternoon.
Mrs. E. G Benjamin, wife of the
station agent, who resides at Twin
Oaks, has been spending several days
with her daughter in Baltimore, Md.
Mrs. Anna Bergdoll has been quite
ill at her home on the farm, hut is
Some of the residents of this section
think more drastic action should ho
taken to have some of the truant chil
dren of school age to be present more
regularly at their studies.
Dr- George F. Raier is building an
engine house on his farm.
James Foulk, who servos the routes
for the rural mall carriers in this sec
tion at times, traverses In a day about
thirty-three miles going and coming
over either the routes of the regular
men. John Galbreath and L. S. Mason.
This is counting the extra ten miles he
makes in going to Boothwyn post
office from his home.
The Rev. J L. Eatlln preached Sun
day in the Presbyterian church, i
Next Sunday Mothers' Day will be j
observed at the church in tho village
with a special programme of exer
elans. This will be In charge of E. A. j
isuperintendent of the Hunday
Mrs E A. VanUelder was a patron i
of th-; circus at Wilmington, Del., one
TRICKS FOR 1*110AE CO.
The plant department of the Dia
mond State Telephone Company has |
placed in service a one ton Mack I
truck and anticipate the early deliv
ery of a ton and one-half White truck.
NO MORE RUNNING sores
Scarborough Drug Co. Sells An Oint
ment Called Nan Curs That Is
a Positive Cure.
It matters nut how old, persistent or
,lraw out every particle of poison and
promptly heal the sore,
poisonous the sore is. San-Cura Oint
tho powerful antiseptic, will
So sure of this arc the owners, the
Thompson Medical Co., that they have
authorized the Scarborough Drug Co.
t0 relurn •he purchase price if San
Ointment doesn't do ail this
paper says it will do. No fairer offer
waB ever nlH( j c .
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0 *| I running sores and swollen to
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ment removed the pain, drew out the
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3 •'* mighty healing powers of Sun
ura Ointment are little short of mar
v< dout>. H gives instant relief, and is
«»«ranteed to eure salt rheum, ecze
ma, bleeding, itching or protruding
piles, ulcers, boils, carbuncles, chap
ped hands, and chilblains For cuts,
burns, scalds and bruises. It stops all
pain quickly and heals promptly. 25c
and 50e a jar. By mail on receipt of
price, if your druggist is out of it or I
docs not keep it.
SA A ( I RA SOAP.
For tender, itching or irritable skin
wash with San Cura, the only antlsep.
tie »oap that soothes and heals, and
kills all germs of disease. It will cure
pimples, blackheads, and make the
complexion clear and attractive. 25c
at the Scarborough Drug Co.
Mall orders for San Cura Ointment
and Soap filled by Thompson Medical
out any questions
Do You Want Beautiful Teeth ?
0( course you do—everybody docs. Let us make jour teeth sound and beautiful today,
time is precious. We Ireat them to stay sound permanently al small tost to you.
treat your teeth without causing you the least pain, we mean exactly
All we ask is the opportunity to till or extract ONE tooth lor you and we will
methods ol treating teeth are
When we tell you that we
what we say.
positively convince you that our
Bndgcwork, $4 to $5
Gold Crowns, 84 & 85
$3 and $5
Gold Filling, 8l up
Silver Filling, 75c
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Full Set of Teeth,
$5, $8 and $10
Teeth Cleaned, 75c
Free when Other
Work is Ordeied.
American Dental Parlors
Originators of Painless Dentistry
619 MARKET STREXT,
Branch Office, LLKTON, MD.
WE, WILL BE,
AT ANY TIML
When coming to our
office always be sure
you are in the right
place. Remember the
name (American Den
tal Parlors, 619 Mar
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I, arges! and Most Thoroughly Equipped Parlors
in Wilmington. Appointments May Be Made by
Hope Farm OHers You A
Vacuum Clothes Washer
Can We Interest You With
This Marvelous Machine
Hope Farm has taken the agency for this
wonderful Vacuum Clothes Washer and will give
demonstrations in your home. By buying this
machine through Hope Farm you help them and
you are getting one of the greatest helps in your
Cut out Coupon—send
or bring it to Garrick
Theatre box office and
representative will call
I would like to see the
Vacuum Clothes Washer.
The following transfers of real
estate have been recorded at the city j
registry bureau since last Friday: '
Allce Hess, et. al , executors
I »avid M Hi-:- to Lulu .1 Malclt prop
erty on the south side of Hamilton !
Court, 28 feet east of Tatnall, and :
fronting on Delaware avenue, $30.
Walter J. Thompson to Carroll B.
Brown, south side of Madison street,
22 feet west of the intersection
Madison and Twenty-fifth streets, $4,- j
Henry C. Conrad to estate
lipor * e W, Bush, Inc., east side of !
Scott street, 118 feet south of Fifth !
j 088P K »aylis to Egbert Nutter !
aml Samuel T. Green, southeast side
ot - Tatnall street, 82 feet northeast of
William K. Hawkins to Carroll W.
Griffith, lot on east side of Twenty
fifth street, above Jefferson. $1.826.
George H. Cornell to Gould J. 1
Rheuhy, northeast side of Twentieth
street. ICO feet northwest of Jeffer
south of Sixth, 11,237.50.
Kva M - Vanarsdalen to Abraham 1
Berman and Lena, his wile, northeast
corner Twenty-second and Pino
Jacob M. Cooper and Rachel, his
wife, to Wolf Sugarnmn, southwest
corner Sixth and Spruce streets, $3,
Catherine Dougherty' to Daniel A.
Haley and Mary 1'., his wife, 922 du
Pont street, $1,850.
Orville O. Gooden to
Walsh, east side of Monroe street, 44 |
A strawberry festival will be held
in the basement of Lower Brandwine
Presbyterian Church on the evening
LETTE US SHOUT OF POSTAGE.
Postmaster Warna That Much Mail
for Abroad Lacks 5-cent Siam)),
As a great number of letters short
of the required amount of postage
have recently been mailed In thia
country for delivery in France, ,î»r
many and other foreign countries,
Postmaster Jester has issued a warn
against the impression
prevailing that the two-ccnt domestic
rate Is applicable to these places.
The only foreign destinations to
which the two-con t letter rale applies
arc Canada, Cuba. Mexico. Republic
of Panama. Newfoundland, the Canal
Zone, (ireat Britain proper, Germany
(by direct steamers only), and tU
city of Shanghai, China.
To all other points outside of th*
of'United States the Poston Union rate
Is five cents prepaid for the first
ounce or fraction of an ounce, and
three cents for each additional ounce
or fraction thereof,
Flesh-Forming Food That Succeeds
.Nearly Every Time.
A man or woman might as well
starve outright as to take food into
the stomach and not have it assimi
lated, yet in Wilmington, as well as
in every other town and eity, there are
many people who are thin, pale and
seem underfed, simply because the
food they eat is not assimilated, and
fails to make good blood and firm
Sntnose, the wonderful flesh-forming
food, taken before or after meals,
mingles with the food, so that it is
assimilated by the system and make*
rich blood and pleasing plumpness.
Anyone who is thin, weak, scrawny
and emaciated, can put 50c on deposit
with N. B. Danforth and take home-«
box of Samose. If the treatment does
not give a noticeable increase in good
firm flesh and restore strength and
health, he will return the money with,
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