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JUDGE BARHORST
DOES BIS DUTY TO
RHEUMATIC
SUFFERERS
If you suffer from Rheumatism and
don't read this advice, then the terri
ble disease must have robbed you of
your power to be fair to yourself.
Read it;
"1. John Barhorst, Justice of the
Peace of McLean Township, Ft. Lar
amie, Ohio, do certify that after
treatment by three doctors without
result, 1 have been cured of a very
bad case of Rheumatism by using
two bottles of RHEUMA. It is now
two yea^s since 1 used the remedy,
and I am still as well as ever- Pre
vious to using RHEUMA I was a crip
ple, walking with crutches, and I feel
It my duty to let other suerers from
Rheumatism know what It will do. The
result seems almost miraculous to
me- I have advised RHEUMA to a
least a dozen persons, and each one
speaks as highly of it as I.
answer any one suffering from the
disease if a tw'o-cent stamp
closed."—May 31, 1912.
You can secure a bottle of RHEUMA
Xor only 60 cents at N. B. Danforth's
and he says if not as advertised.
money back. It's just as good for!
Gout, Arthritis, Lumbago and Sciatica
I will
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EPISCOPALIANS
MAY DISCUSS NEW
NAMEFORCHURCH
Spécial to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
LEWES, Del., May 12.—At a special
meeting of St. Peter's vestrymen and
congregation, the following commit
tee was appointed by Bishop Kinsman
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and «« address on "Religious Educa-1
«"m ^ , " 1 b '' 1 (le ' ivp , r « i L b y the Rev.
William Cleveland Hicks, rector of
as rector of the parish: Cl.arlca H
Maull, secretary; Robert Chambers,
treasurer: Harry V. Lyons, junior
warden; William P. Orr, senior war
den; as tho committee on arrange
ments, Mrs. William P. Orr. Mrs.
Charles H. Maull and Miss Helena
Mustard; on securing homes for vis-1
and lav men Mrs Clin
Hing CWrgj and laymmi. Mrs. Dim
ton Long, Mrs. Louis ( hambers and
Mrs. Frank McIntyre; committee on
refreshments, Mrs. Thomas Virden.j
Mrs. Thomas Carpenter anB Miss
Agnes Reach, auxiliary committee to
the rector.
Arrangements have been made for
the 127th annual convention of thc
Protestant Episcopal Church In the
Diocese of Delaware at this place on
Wednesday. Thursday evening, upon
the arrival of the evening train, there
will be a ''stand up supper" at the
rectory and the convention sermon
will be preached by tffe Rt. Rev. F. J.
Kinsman, D. U„ bishop of the diocese..
Emmanuel Church. Cumberland, Md.
On Wednesday a noonday buffet;
luncheon will be given at the rectory,
when hosts and guests of the diocesan
convention will have an opportunity
to meet and become better acquainted.
The business of the convention will
also be transacted in the morning and
afternoon sessions.
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n ^ ban iikëw eon e uo tr^on^d
more than likely come up tor com idi
eration, as thc question ie stirring,
bolh clergy and layinci^ alike. It is
possible that a general archdeacon
will be appointed for tlie whole of the
southern part of the State, and the
r u , i. ■ d* h , ,-a . *i° r ' I™
of SI. John a Baptist ( hurch at Mil
ton, will probably be appointed atch*
deacon at the convention.
VETERAN CLOWN WITH T HE
HAGENBECK-WALLACE SHOW
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lace circus here May 22.
The average person attending a cir
cus gives little thought to the various
methods the clowns use. They think
that tho clowns troop In and out un
ceremoniously. Every movement and
action of the clown I» thought out and
carefully rehearsed and rehearsed.
There arc
with the
which
clowns
Circus.
fifty
Hagenbeek-Wallaeo
comes to Wilmington Thursday, Max
22 for performances at 2 and 8. p. m.
These clowns are from 22 to 71 years
of age, and their pay runs from $18 to
$125 per week. The oldest clown In
♦ho list Is Al North, a veteran of the
flapetlck and firecracker, who was
once a contemporary of Dan Rlee the
most famous of the ancient suffons.
He has appeared as a clown for more
than half a century and he has been
In the show business seventy-one
years, as he was born In the shadow
of the big tent. This veteran clown
is worth more than a hundred thou
sand dollars, yet, he is content to
spend 1 ms last days in making others
happy. He has a home in Memphis.
Tenn., to which place he journeys
back every winter. He has three sons.
one of whom has a small circus of his
own, another who is a professor In
Yale College, and the third, who is a
Methodist minister.
TO DANTE AT Kf.hTOV
An Informal program dance will b"
held in Mechanics' Hall. Elkfon, Md.,
»n next Thursday exentng Knox's Or-'
••"■Ha will furnish music.
Fashion Hints for Dainty Readers
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; a rc pictured, but may be replaced by long sleeves. The skirt ts straight
| and gathered to the waist under a high bolt of any desired material.
For Id-year size the material required for this dress is as follows:
1 1-4 yds. 45-inch embroidery for waist, at $1.00 yd.$2.00
2 yds. 44-inch flouncing for skirt, at $1.00 yard .$2,00
2 yds. lace edging at 15c yard.
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Price of pattern. 15 cents.
The yoke dress for little girl Is made of printed lawn.
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1-2 yd. lace for sleeves .
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Nc. 4495. Sizes. 4. 6. S, 10, 12 and 14 years. Price of pattern 15 cents.
On sale at Crosby and Hill Co.. 609 Market St.
Membm of tbc . Standard Uf . rer8 of
8t . Faul . s M K cl)ur( .i, w ,„ Il0|d
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| ,tlrir monthly meeting this evening at
the home of Miss Alva Lynch. No 300)
j West Twelfth street,
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will beheld at thc home of Mis« Emily
HAPPENINGS AT ST. PAUL'S.
I H. Flinn, No. 510 West Ninth street.
The business meeting of the Young
Christian Endeavor
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' " b * b "ld -t the close of the busi
n ss stsston.
Members of the Ladles' Aid Society
w m give thc weekly social tea on Frl
, dav a ft Prn0 on at the home of Vlrs. J.!
| j§. Guthrie, No. 612 Harrison atrerf.
A strawberry festival will be given
by , bp young People's Society Chris
tlan Endeavor of the church'in the
1 f. bur{ . b basement, on Friday evening,
BUILDING BRAINY MEN
Perhaps you can't build brains with food alone—but a
food that supplies, in digestible form, every element
needed to build a perfect human body must help some
— and that's the reason, no doubt, that cereals have
taken the place of desserts in the students' dining hall
at Harvard University. The food to study on, to work
on, to grow on, is
Shredded Wheat
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contains all the body*building material in the whole wheat grain
made digestible by steam cooking, shredding and baking. It forms
deliciously nourishing des
serts when combined with
berries or other fresh fruits.
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is said to be from 45 to 6u. What!
should be « most natural change In
,a womans life. Is. on account of!
modern tnothods of living, fraught
with most
wondeiTullv
annoying and painful
symptoms. Women when passing,
through this critical period should
rely upon Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege-!
table Compound, as it lias proved
successful in carry ing,
women safely through the change of,
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Many hoaaewnes make exchanges
of home furnisbings through
Wants nr realize a f-dr cash value for
discarded goods.- Adv.
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May 16. Home-made cakes and candy
and fancy articles wllMie on sale,
Members of thi Broiherbood of thc
church will glv.ca reception on Mon
day. May 19.
^ SAYS SAGE TEA DARKENS
AND BEAUTIFIES FADED, CRAY HAIR
Mixed With Sulphur Make* Hair Soft
and Luxuriant and Hennîtes
Hand raff.
Tb - s"",huT stsas-x.
down-town druggist. It was our
grandmothers treatment and bun
i "T! "à 111 ,n '; n | 'oo, uro
|agaln using It to keep their hair a
good, even color which is quite sen-•
sible, as we arc living In an age when
!" youthful appearance is of the groat
est advantage
Nowadays, though, we don t have
thc troublesome task of gathering the
sage and the musay mixing at home.
All drug stares sell the ready-to-use
and
FORBIDDEN
M. C. Bobbins.
Forbidden—yes, so well 1 know,
The things we love so much.
That word is written o'er them sure,
Tis death if we but touch.
We look about us iu this life,
Temptations round us lie.
And ohl we find It hard sometimes
To pass them safely by.
You know Eve was In the garden
home,
The serpent trailed its path.
And since that time humanity
Is subject to God s wrath.
The woman was the tempter,
She said "just reach and try,
Eat of the fruit of that one tree,
Thou shult not surely die.'*
But retribution came just then
And dri\en from their home,
They fled, poor w anderers on tho
earth,
So henceforth they must roam.
So to posterity they gave
The heritage of pain.
Now prayer and penance is our hope
To paradise regain.
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1 know tis hard sometimes to walk
Right In the path thafs straight,
But then our recompense will come
If faithfully VP Walt.
And look not on forbidden fruit.
We well know It is awee . j
i Perhaps some day when it is ripe |
j Twill fall right at our feet.
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Forbidden-yes, that word la traced
I On what we vain bo much. I
; But When we reach to grasp them j
They crumble at out touch.
; In Kden. then, the serpent came
And said "retch forth and sip, .
I But Just one touch-sin w as revealed.
Twaa ashes on their Bps. !
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Our heart strings quiver In groat pain.
We long so much to touch,
' But then some thing, are not for us.
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-,If « e should grasp them, though eo{
■ "far.
SO. we must walk right by,
i \Must close oar e>;e. and pa.a straight
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Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
CAMDEN. Dd, May 12.—Mrs. Mar
visiting
î garet Knolls who has been
ul Ri.lgely. Md., has returned pome
l»r. William Cooper and Mis» Belle
) Godwin, of Kenton, were the guests
the',-,f y| rs Anim L. Cooper Mrs, Thomas
)(• | P j,pih Friday in Doter —
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jr r | day yf ri; Hopkins, who has been
I visiting here, has refnrned home I
: II. Evans has returned lo Washington.
i T) C. Miss Elisabeth Oeehsler Is vis-!
Ring her parents, Mr.
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product
called ''Wyeth's Sage and |
Sulphur Hair Remedy" for about 50 '
rents a bottle. U ta the most popular |
because nobody can discover It has I
been applied. Simply dampen a soft
SiwiTis :
morning the gray hair disappears and
after another application It Is renter
ed to Its natural color.
What delights the ladles with
Wyeth s Sage and Sulphur Is that be- ; ,
sides beautifully darkening the hair j
they say It produces that soft lustre
and appearance of abundance which
is so attractive: besides prevents
dandruff: Itching scalp and falling i
hair. Here, you gray-haired folks, 1
get busy: look years younger. |
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Fans wi.u anile- sticks ar ! In *avor.
The new est bonnet mirrors have
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Yellow and amber
odors.
fnvorate
are
very short handles.
Cape wraps promise to be favorites |
for evening wear.
Burnt orange is a color much seèn
in the new millinery.
A great many three-piece suits aie)
being worn by young girls.
Some of the new mesh bags arc 1
jeweled In Bulganian colorings
Flowered foulards are being some
what for the odd boleros
The fichu blouses are very soft and
becoming to slender figures.
Three flounce skirts are actually
favorites among dacing dresses.
Almost all the skirts to the silk
suits show some form of drapery.
The short tunic sashes are an 1m
portant feature on dressy toilettes.
Bordered ratine is one of the favor
ite members of the ratine family.
Plumed hats arc very often trimmed
with two long phimea instead of one.
Belts on children's dresses and
coats are placed much lower this
year than last.
Eggshell cotton crepe is much more
vogue than , hp 8 , r ,„ Pd . Prln kly kind.
j Tho nBWOit , for wumP „ hllV e
| a t0 ,„. h of red ln tbo , 1PP , 8> vamp and
buckle.
Some of the new ''plumeless mH
, )nPry hn8 „, umeB ma u e of flowers
I aiM j g rasw . H
j Young g|rl „ , jkfl thc ,, otton blou „J
with Balkan embroidery for out-ot
door sports.
. Somp of (|ip J|ld 81|nuner bn(8BiprP8
mttde „f pink litten and crepe de
! chine.
I Paradise plumes and agrettes arei
t , evenlng aIld reception
coiffures
j Thp t h sweaters for
J country wear come Hits yea. In very
w M eolor |n*a.
Bright «remis blues and reds
beln , llhPd for H |, s ,| k bo ierus wort,
n|l|) ■ ROW ,
i |- wn cr „ D( . cnongc ami
! batiste are tbi- favored materials fori
graduation dresses.
j Slipper bag« to carry to the opera
I now have detachable cotton linings!
j which can be washed.
One of the new reps with a sllkv
the
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finish is particularly good for
! severer tailored suits.
I In Paris short draped mantelet
worn over lingerie
I flowered silk are
fand late gowns
1 The same bright colors used for wo
Dmi-lmelt sre a fealnrp in Hie ciiddren s
| dresses of Hits season.
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' gloves of a creamy tone
r creamy linen
istlk costumes there is nothing Lke kid
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With white
Some of the new cotton voiles have
1 Dresden flower d< signs printed in
(very delicate colors.
CANNOT GET
POSTMASTERSHIPS
CRAZY MEN
WAvmi .. rTnv ,,
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F°'irt'i-cl«8» postmasters must be
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undop the wing of^tlîo cdvR 0 aendw
t<rfpct ^ " ,{ bavp „ lrMhollltll i P
understanding of •• rendit»*, 'rilin' and
rilhmctlc.'" according to regulations
, SHUC(1 by lbr ,. OBtpfflr0 Department
* person, to take the civil service"
examination, must be a c.lttzon of th«i
United States, over 21 years old and
muHt reside in the community served
i,y the office be aspires to till. No one
will be eligible who is crazy, a former
convict, who has been honorably dis
charged from tin army nr navy, nr
who is disposed, even occasionally, to
visible supply of strong
All examinations will be conducted
by the Civil Service Commission and
I will be not for appointment getter-:
ally, but for a particular ofllee. The
I eligibility for appointment after ex
amlnation will be for one tear onlv,
except in special Instances. The ex
aminations will not be severe, but will
be sufficient to lest the business ca
pacify of the applicants.
May
12 —
reduce the
drink.
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The World's Greatest Playground is located on
the stretch of beach between Sandy Hook
and Cape May.
The Pennsylvania Railroad's Summer Excursion
Book, just issued, tells all about the Forty
Beachs of New Jersey, as well as seven
hundred other summer resorts of
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PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
KENT GRANGERS
WILL HAVE NEW
HALL AT DOVER
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1,1 ,be conferring ol the third and
fourth degree« of the order.
Aside from the degree work, the
m "<" '"f'*' Interest wan the new
«range hall soon to be erected beside
1 "' Federal building here, and for
whloh 11,8 »over Orange has been äs
"Iduously working for over a year.
Having the assurance of the govern
ment that thin land will be donated
t0 11,0 ,own of Hover, with the allay
now between the Federal building and
*be i"i on which the new hall will M
erected, used for the purpose of ex
tending Loockerman street, the grange
is hastening plans for the new butld
I >«*• the contract for which will ahort
; be given out.
Th,> building as now proposed will
have a seating capacity of 400. with a
( balcony suitable for any ordinary eu
tertatnment or gathering. With the
■nation In the very centre of the
business and residential section, if
cannot help but be a paying proposi
| Hon, which the grange has In mind
DOVER. Del., May 12.—State (Japi-

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