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NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY
Row Peter Cooper Provided
for Future Inventive
Development
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"I think that in many respects Peter
Cooper saw farther ahead, so far as
the application of science to the na
loral welfare of the world Is cou
eerned. than any American, excepting
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possibly Benjamin Franklin. fco
•aid the late James J. Hernia to m> -
when wo were both taking heed of
the manner in which a modern ele
r .tor si ruction was being perfect
■ orknien In one of the lofliest
bu c ogs in New 1 ot k city.
M«. Hernia was for many years a
it • a ■»ent merchant of the United
Biatea. A easels owned by himself
a 1 d Ins partners carried on a con
«. crible commerce with China.
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business brongh. him fretiu n ly itu
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Hr v..«r. liefere anvtvoAv
. I „ ' „f thp unna ruins
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. Kncland Hie lift foresaw (ho
ii.Bvi«ai>io i„v,.n(i™. i„ '.ho int„r,. n f
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* ■•■pu!,. Pot,.,* Cooper did forsee this
Is capable even at this day of visible
à n n.nnv.i.uit„n I hue often thoiicbt
Hun there ought to be set up a tablet
noon a piece of constructive work
Peler Cooper oideied lo be
hen he was planning for the
building of "liât is widely known as
tl ,. Cooper fniott. Mr. Cooper was
accustomed to say to his business
friends that, owing lo Hie peculiar
formation of Manhattan Island, and
also owing to the rapid growth ol
population, it. was essential, or would
be in the eonrae of a few years, thaï
very high buildings be constructed, at
there woro|
few If any, business houses which
contained more than tlnee filgbla of,
Bi.in The highest building In this
ri'v mid 1 I hi uk In II,e In ted Stales
' the tower of Trinity Church
flights of]
of New
possibly obtain a height
ct! eight stories. Kven Mr. Cooper
I dreamed of business buildings
that would rise In the air as man,
even more. He
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"Mr, Cooper fell certain that as
av means could tie provided
would obviate ihe necessity of
throe
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buildings
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«s thirty stories, nr
thought there might possibly
tiry building
■'When he was planning (lie eon
Hi m Hon of Cooper Union, the gre&t
benefaction b
will be best remembered, he
essential that the building
slioiild he of unusual height, st least
that day. Yet he realized that
ti tipnet (loot " ottlrt only be used
sslty. since everybody
dicudf'd a long climb of stairs.
ter
hielt, perhaps, his
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FREE! FREE! FREE!
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Saturday Night This Contest Closes
You May Be the Fortunate One
Ice Cream Served Free «Sunday Afternoon
A Valuable Lot Given Away
Absolutely Free
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Everyone who trie» hu the opportunity to secure I
building lot FREE.
How many words can you make from the letters contain
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Concord Heights
It costs nothing to try in this contest of wits.
The first person sending in th* largest number of cor
rect words will receive a deed for one lot situated at Concord
Heights. The next SO people in order will receive a $50 cred
it check, lo be used in the purchase of a building sit* at Co.v
guts. v nrc is room in this development for nun»
I «vb~ »r*. seeding a home in a healthful and congenial
environment where they may be independent of congested flats
and tenements and yet have easy access to the city of Wil
mington.
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words or •bbrsviations can be used, nor can
the same letter be used twice in any one word unless appear
ing twice in the words CONCORD HEIGHTS. Words should
be arranged in columns and numbered. Give correct name
and address.
We reserve the right to make additional rewards should
the papers submitted seem to justify the course in the judg
ment of the company.
No charge will be made for recording the deed to the
beautiful lot.
There is absolutely no charge or string connected with
this advertisement.
We do not publish a list of winners for obvious reasons,
but any contestants may inquire at our office in person and
full information will be given.
The lot to be awarded in this contest will be shown any
contestant who call» at our office on the grounds.
This contest will close SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913, at
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Call, or address all tellers lo M. L. BLANCHARD, Concord
Avenue and Boulevard, Wilmington, Dei.
6 p. m.
Be sure to mail your letter as soon as possible. Letters re
ceived after the day and hour of closing ol contest cannot be
considered in any awards.
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to Constipation?
Here Is » Simple Wnj of ('«rrcetine
it Insiantl) Before It Becomes
Chreaie.
life
A'ery few people go through
without some lime or other being
troubled with constipation. Thousands
injure themselves by ihe use of strong
cathartics, salt mineral waters, pills
!,ml things. I bey have lem
porary \aliie in some cases, ll is true,
£ ut |hp ROOd effecl , R Hoon , an ,|
the morr one takes of them the less
effective :'ie>
A ,, hvsi( . or purgative is seldom
necoasary . and much better and more
permanent results can lie obtained by
using a scientific remedy like Dr
Caldwell'« Syrup Pepsin. II doc« not
behind a high sounding name
but whM , tl represented to be.
( n)j | d )>xn|(v ,. m( . dtr j nn tR M)
m ||d that thousands of mothers give
It to tiny Infantil, and yot It Ih ho
compounded, and contains such definite
ingredients that II will have equally
* 0,,<1 p,r^c, wl "" n " |4( ' d •»T a l«*rsim suf-'
fering from the worst chronic eonstl
l' a,io "- I« fa*' 1 - among the greatest
endorsers of Syrup Pepsin are elderly
people who hac<- Buffered for years
and found nothing In benefit them
until they took Syrup I'epsln.
11 ia a fa,, t ,l,a ' millions of fami-■
He» ha\e Synifi Pepsin constantly In
'the house, homes like those of Mrs.
»• I'rultt, Berea, Ky.. who used Dr.]
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin as a laxative
tonic. Mrs. Pruitt writes that II so,
strengthened and cleansed her system
IDhI she was quickly relieved of n
severe cough which had troubled her
for months The opecial value of
this grand laxative tonic is Hint, it is
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he was thinking this tnsiler over, it
suddenly occurred to him that sooner
nr 'a 1 '' 1 ' some'one would provide a
machine whlcn would be able to carry
people from a ground story to
1 an upper flight. Ho thought. •' «"«
'lime, of the crane r obstruction. Prolt
1 h1.I.v, If hr had . o' been ocr.ipiod at
that Mme with very important mat
8 ° m * 0 of , XctrTeMy! n he ,O mighî|
himself have Invented what we know
Us ih.- .-levator. Hut Mr. Cooper was
Uo certain that some one would In
' vent an apparatus of that kind lirai
j he gave orders for Ihe construction of!
a great shaft in the Cooper Union
! building reacbliig from (he basement
: lo the upper stories. This shaft was
not unlike Ihe kind afterward em
ployed for elevator construction ox
ceptitig that it was circular instead of
become
lets
' development
he
| by
square.
"When Mr. Cooper was asked why
s putting a great circular shaft
of ihHi kind in the Cooper Union
building he replied: Some day some
one will invent a machine which will
people
a I
mechanical power curry
I front it basement to the top of a
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Wed to (lie needs of every member!»
of the family. It t«< pkaaant-tantlna. j
mild and non-griping Unlike haralt
physics it works gradually and in nl
very brief lime Hie stomach and bowel I
muscles are trained to do their work !
naturally again, when all medicine's
can he dispensed with.
You can obtain a bottle at any drug
store for fifty cents or one dollar. The
latter atze in usually hough) by faml
lies who slready know its value. Re
suits are always guaranteed or money
G.iwlll t.a refunded.
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you would
like to make a personal trial of it be
! fore buying it In the regular way of n
druggist, send your address—a postal
will do -to Dr. W, R Caldwell, 417
Washington St.. Montleello, 111., and a
free sample bottle will be mailed you.
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| building no matter how high. I want
I to liave the Cooper Union building so
j constructed that It will tie ready at
; any time to receive and install an
apparatus of that kind. That is the i
r ,. MO n why , have ordered this shaft
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] to be constructed
"And," concluded Mr. Requa. 'that
Or,Kinnl 8ht, 'J 8 ".T l '° nprr Unl ° n
to ,l1 * ny '
I Copyright. 1913, by R. J. Bdwnrda. |
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Tomorrow, Mr. Edwards will tel) of
The Argument That Convinced the
Nl IMM HKI.SCHIKEFER.
Miss Wanda Sudouakl and William
I Schieffer wore married on Tuesday
] evening ai St. Elizabeth's Church bv
i th „ Rpv wnnam Temple,
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I tt ' aa attended by Miss Mary MeLaugh
j and Hie groom by the bride's brother,
Francis Sudouskl.
The bride
H K DI TO N T.
TARI) PARTY AT
The rose room of the Hotel ttuPont I
has been decided upon as the place I
for the card party which is to b<
given on May 16 for the benclll of the
the Homeopathic !
K. T. Ncgendank.i
.lunior Hoard of
j Hospital by Mrs.
Mrs. R I). String. Mrs. C. T. Maloney,
Jr., and Mrs. J. Merrick Horn. — '
affair was (o have been held origl
The
I nally at the home of Mrs String. No.
j I22.'i Washington street, huf because
1 of the demand for tickets and the ;
I number of beautiful prizes which
! have been contributed, it was decided j
{that more apace w as needed. Through
the courtesy of the management of the
Hotel duPont, file rose room was of
fered at a reduction In price for the |
benefit of the hospital, and the card j
party will be hold there with table« |
for bridge, auction bridge and "500"!
on the afternoon of the 16th.
may be procured from Mra. K. I- Nog
I endank. 1112 Washington street; Mrn.
C. Frederick, 402 Delaware avenue, j
j from Mr»,
I Mill K,ina Grose, daughter of Mrs. j
! sail le Stoops Grose and the late S. )
Maxwell Grose, and R. Chester Cant- ;
ler.of No. 416 Cast Fifth street, were)
married Wednesday at Ihe home of,
the biide's mother, No. 806 Ksst Fifth i
street, by the Rev. J. H. Crawford.
The couple were attended by Mis-.
Kiste Welk, as maid of honor, and
John Kern, as best man. A reception
aud supper followed, after which the
bride and groom went to their newly
furnished homo. Seventh and Jackson
streets. About 60 relatives and
friends attended the wedding, from
Chester, Philadelphia snd Newcastle,
vice-nresldent Mrs William
i . h ; ■ Vorrls Jeml
™ ,'reasu tl MrsJwfnClayton
BO "' "ensuivi, _
..'ÄHn.'tn 4 The mem
O* 6 society on June 4. The niem
Uk*e «n 'autom'obùe Hde " the"«.»:
,nuHdale Home, when they will enier
| tain the inmates of the Home,
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0 BOSK.(ANTLER.
DORUAS HOriKTT ELECTION.
A well attended meeting ot tho
Dorcas Society of the M. K. Church
was held In the church on Wednes
day evening
was held and
i w ere :
An election of officers
the offlecra elected
I'resldcnt, Miss Lillian Mont
DEMOCRATS TO ELECT OFFICERS.
The Third Ward Democratjc Club
will meet this evening in the club's
West Front
Considerable business, in
cluding the election of officers, will
come before the meeting
headquarters. No. 626
street.
ARM HURT BY MACHINE.
admi'lted to
George Gardner was
the Homeopathic Hospital yesterday,
suffering from an injured arm. While
employed In the Electric Hose and
Rubber Company's plant, the man's
arm became caught in the machinery.
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