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Springer, M'Govern and
Sayers Win at Primaries
Continued From First ran«,
wan Jacob Zimmerman was opposed
by Charles P. Saylor, for Ute Coun
cilmanic nomination, the former won
over his opponent by 4* majority.
Saylor had some good ward men with
him. but Zimmerman's men gathered
in the votes.
The four-cornered light for Coun
cil in the Eleventh ward resulted In
the nomination of Joseph McDermott,
a plumber, by Î7 plurality,
the support of James A.
present member of Council from that!
sard, who withdrew from the contest
In favor of McDermott. John J. Me
Goldrlck defeated his opponent for
Council In the Third w ard. John Gal
James J Cahill, unopposed for city
treasurer, polled 4.931 votes. J. Frank
Davis, unopposed lot assessor and e*ib
lector in the northern district, polled
1 882 votes.
I*r, Springer, (he Nominee.
Dr. Willard Springer, the nominee
for Mayor, Is a life-long Delawarean.
and la a well-known physician of this
eily, who lives at No 810 Washing-'
ton street. In the Fifth w ard He has
He had
McKeown,
Uglier, by a majority of 335.
MAYOR, PRLSIOK.M 01 f OLM IIm
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187
First jrard. 21C W. 4th ..
Second ward, 1st Hist, 208 E. 2d .,. .
Second ward. 2d Dlst. 210 3, Heald ..
Third ward. 1st Dlst,. 3d and Madison.
Third ward. 20 Disl,, 231 Monroe ..
Fourth ward. 1st Dlst., 418 Walnut ..
Fourth ward. 2d Dlst., 4tb and Pine.
Fifth ward. 1st Dlst . 7tb and Jefferson.
Fifth ward. 2d Dlst.. 7th and Franklin.
Fifth ward 3d Dlst., Sth and Windsor.
Fifth ward, 4th Dlst., 836 Clayton ..
Bikth ward, lat Dial., 200 E 7th ..
Sixth ward. 2d Dlst.. 821 French ..
Sixth ward. 3u Dlst., 1327 French ..
Seventh ward, 1st Dlst., 603 Del Ave..
Seventh ward. 2d Dlst., 1004 Del. Ave..
100
147
75
14
37
56
112
43
37
117
134
84
Ü4
128
131
133
!»0
173
35
87
44
10
187
42
85
148
x82
x79
x42
32
77
45
42
80
28
44
25
52
14
45
2b
x44
10
3:
29
13
14
18
93
3
30
x:
74
14
49
1t*4
84
63
Seventh ward, 3d Dlst.. 17o8 Del Ave..
Seventh ward. 4th Dlst.. Highlands.
Eighth ward. 1st Dlst., 828 E. 7th ..
Eighth wsrd, 2d Dlst., 834 Spruce ..
Eighth ward. 3d Dlst.. 11th and Spruce .
Ninth ward, 1st Dlst., It and Claymont .
Ninth ward. 2d Dial., Van. Ave. K-. Oh. .
Ninth ward, 3d Dlst., 2 Vandever Ave..
Ninth ward. 4tb Dlst.. 103 W. 30th .
Ninth ward, 5th Dlst., 2219 Wash.
Tenth ward, 1st Dlst., 4th 4- Jackson .
Tenth ward. 2d Dlst.. 11 S. Jackson.... f.
Tenth ward. 3d Dlst., 1128 W 4th .
Tenth ward. 4th Dist., C'heot. A Harr. .
Eleventh ward. 1st Dist.. Maple & Jut k .
Eleventh ward, 2 Dlst., 3 Stroud.
Tw elftb ward, 1st Dlst., 401 Bodney.
Twelfth ward, 2d Dlst., 113 Delamore .
Twelfth ward, 3d Dlst., 402 Union . .
Twelfth ward, 4th Dlst., 2218 W 3d..
107
57
92
29
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21
93
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20
28
50
x70
x75
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10
51
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21
28
18
40
8
28
19
17
19
8
4
73
33
73
27
103
44
14
112
7o
13'
137
128
I
80
115
1
81
158
34
180
44
58
188
317
84
316
8i
1.13
71
38
70
174
83
SO
144
99
50
45
104
78
47
48
79
3579
1391
1889
■ 3030
Totals
1}i 7l
1*7
111
144
8.1
1
118,
Springer majority, 2178
McGovern's majority, 1141.
Assessor and Collector, Southern
istrlct.
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First Hard .
Second ward 1st..
fieoond ward, 2d .
Third ward. 1st .
Third ward. 2d .......
Fourth ward, 1st .
Fourth ward, 2d .
Tenth ward. 1st .
Tenth ward. 2d .
Tenth ward. 3rd .
Tenth ward. 4th ..
Eleventh ward. 1st ...
Eleventh w ard. 2d ...
Twelfth ward. 1st ....
Twelfth ward. 2d ....
Tw elfth ward, 3rd ....
Twelfth ward, 4th ....
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134
61
77
S3
75
156
88
76
106
111
67
118
105
212
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98
143
100
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47
1661
149;
Zimmerman s majority.
102
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.... 1709
Totals ...
Bayer's majority
48
4 ITT HH Mil..
ward — Zimmerman
Wnrt
Sajior, 101.
48
unopposed,
w ard—Welsh.
Second
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First District ....
Second District .223
412
Totals ..
McOoldricks majority, 335.
Fourth ward—Kane, unopposed.
Fifth ward—McKenna, unopposed.
374.
Sixth ward—Robert K. Kramer, un
opposed, 212.
Seventh ward—Grier,
IM
Eighth ward—Toppin.
unopposed.
«00
Ninth ward—Melton.
m.
ward—Haney,
unopposed.
Tenth
76 tL
ELEVENTH WARD.
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55
48 217 176 169
McDermott's majority, 41.
TWELFTH WARD.
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First district
Second district ,...36 139 153
12
78
Totals
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First district . 59
Second district .
Third district ,.
fourth district .

126
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7%
ToUIr
C onoellj ë majority, Zi.
326
är
and physician at the county
and Safe Deposit Company
.lohn .1 McGovern, nominee fur
president of City Council, is a msi
dtni of the Eleventh ward and is a
bookkeeper for Trump Brothers.
.lame» J. Cahill, nominee for cHf
treasurer, is u member of the firm
-of Cahill and Company carriage
manufacturers, and lives In the i^nth
ward.
held that office for lwenty-1 wo.l
Despite attempts made to defeat, him
he always has won out. but yestor
day'» was Hie closest fight he ever
Mias had lie lives in the Tenth ward.
been practicing medicine nearly forty
years He was graduated from La
fayette College in 1871, and from the
medical school of the University of
Pennsylvania in 1874. He has served
as a member of the Board of Health
alms
house He ii senior phyalclon on
the staff of Delaware Hospital, a
member of the County and Slate
Medical Societies, a member of the
Philadelphia Obstetrical Society, and
of the Philadelphia Medical (Tub.
He Is a director in the Security Trust
Eugene M Havers, who is mimi
ng led for assessor and collector, has
Speeial In THE EVENING JOuIlNAL I
liimiGFVII I F Hel M» is T h,>
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penitent sobs of man failed to bring
■'■[mercy from the local court In the)
person of Magistrate Funatein or to
win back the love and «vninalhv of a i
,, . .. nos. latny a
win. when the case of OacaV Lynch,!
'®|who ia being sue«j by his young wife
for the support of herself and nine-'
lioonlh-old liabv was being heard here '
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WIFE WOULDN'T
FORGIVE HUSBAND
WHILE IN TEARS
Lynch Who is M crate contractor.
connected wiih
firm of Layton. Ow ens and Company,
_[married hia wife, who
Williamson. 17 years old. two years
ago. The first few months of theiri
married life were happily spent.
The differences culminated ln
M rest of the husband Magistrate'
Künsteln hold him under a heavy bond
["r *'H'P"rt of his wife and child, and j
being unable to furnish the required
security, he was committed to j.tll
When told that he must go to Jail,
Lj nch sobbed pitifully, imploring ihej
the
muniifaeturiug 1
was a Miss
(magistrate to give hlm a chance and
begging and crying for his wife to 1
{take him back
enacted on the
[«-arnest crying of a man has aroused
much sympathy among Lynchs
[friends, who sre planning to lift
bond and get him his freedom.
Th . , a e U
. lh ,t tW0 an<1 fif,8Pn ' h »n
celebrate I °o« ncxi'^muhlv* 1 ta " am
Swedes Church at tT rlviock
®Tm be a h jöint h «VrvlLofOld 8 Ied ll
and Trinity rhurch^s ui Hint hour.
The anniversary sermon will b»
preached by the Rev J a mea Clayton
Mitchell, rector of Calvary Church,
[Middletown. Old Swedes church is
one of (he oldest in America, uud
to as neto« a p r d bef ° rC th * Eu * Ul * h ta u «
to Delaware.
-
; A surprise party was given to Mise
Florence Sweeney Tuesday evening al
[her home. No. 26 Kentmere, by herals-;'
Those who took part were Miss
McAieer.
Katherine Prist-!
Lilllun Dav Mav
, Brown, Irene Sweeney Marv I ueas
; Katie Rock. Mae Smith Mable Ecoles
ton. Bessie Groves. Elsie Wobb'Julia'
i Sweeney Emm Sweeney KaihoH.,0
Sweone • Stella a bpl ,Iie
Itacu Jaaie ^Mousfev ' l h eT®
ton^ jWumh JïS . h J ^, p , h Kpclps *
K.m vsk'i rw L d ° "' J ° yc 2
au Kern. ski. O oige Johnson, David
The touching scene
courtroom hy the
the
TRINITY PARISH
IS 215 YEARS OLD
SI «BRISK PARTY.
Iters.
)>!ary McAteer. Christian
Faulkner,
114-hoffer. Elizabeth Rittenhousc , Agues
' Haggerty, Nellie Fuhr.
Lizzie Penney. Agnes Rattlez
(Bertha
Nellie
Dessl«
An
Lynch.
Smith, Samuel Smith.
Frank Hayes,
Michael Brai k. Janie« Verderam. Paul
Costello,
Clifford Reynolds, Paul
j Joyce, Thomas Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs.
Willai «1 S' ■ h j
M.*u*i- Mr and Mrs. Joseph Kceles
~-(ion Mr. and Mrs William Money, Mr.
j and Mr* 1 liomac S* (ea(i and many
j others.
Mr. nui Mm.
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Giving Elephants With Buffalo
Bill's Show A Bath Today
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FIREMEN'S
CARNIVAL TO
BE BIG SHOW
Continued From First Page.
Ogle Curr'nder, laaiic Vauaant and
Henry Helncl.
Merry-go-round — S. B. Herdman
and Frank M. Lutton.
Canon -C. W Strahorn and Walter
H. Hilton.
Treasurer— R. S. Gallagher; assist
ants, F. M. Lutton and Harlan Herd
man.
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At a meeting of Newark Orange on ;
Tuesday night four members were
Initiated. The team from Delaware |
Grange, of Newport, gave the candi- 1
dales the first and second degrees in
full form. New ark Grange will like
ly five a barn dance on the night ot
■ lua '' ! * i
u . l " PPtl " g °. f 4 . the .. HomP ,, MI *r
fwch Mri K r ®L,^' N v V I 8 P a, M re '
aft d a» preside" and Mrs A k
Grnntlia'ro C Äi' ï^^htt
Archdeacon Nevn of Vircinl«
will conduct the porvlccs in .St
Thomas'"Ejdscopa^ riun-chnext'sim
Mr. Neve and his bride, who was
lormerly Miss Helen CVoch, of New-f
ark. are just teturnlug from a wed
ding trip to Europe, and will go from
to re to their home a, Ivy Station, j
Virginia. ^ 1
, Lf Ti n ü" R ° , ' e „ Hoa r. fl
of Mutation the Rev. Joel S. Oil- j
Milan, the secretary and treasurer ofj
i- ui
* * .a
. . .uT . ' m ... .
'j r ,°a * »!?. Pn !!l* ° m ' rer " * ,M bp ,
"' Them will alsoI he « dtacua
|f' on 'J* 1 lbp «U t> J«»ct What Should a
Live Brotherhood He?'
1° « collision with an automobile j
oWnpd by ,,Pnry Hi " Rpr of Tcnth and j
"r a " K " ."'T* 8 W'nHmrto"' ,, \ V
t htllas, of Roaeville. and his son. Guy 1
Chilian had a narrow escape from sc-,
irions Injuries Tuesday afternoon.
Professor Charles  Short took the '
engineers of the senior class of Delà- *
ware College on an Inspection trip on
Tnesdav. They visited the new fillet i
phuil of the Chester Water Company
and the Harrison Hill Reservoir, «t '
Chester the Queen lane slow (lltra
mster. me wueon i.sm " M,a ,
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8li
all miinqucnt taxe-, A suit to test.
the lax on automobiles levied by the
board some time ago Is still pend- j
,UB
The Rev Adrian Van Oeveren iH)j
attending the annual exercises «1 the*
Union Theological
York City, from which institution In
Seminal...
New
,,on P |iu,t Mt Germantown,
(Septic Sewage Disposal plant,
thoiWayne, Pa
Minnehaha Tribe. No. 23. Improved
Order if IJed Men. has decided to oh-|
sorte Tammany Day next Bunday "'
the Red Men's Fraternal Home, on
[Depot road, ifeirr the town
SISTER-BROTHER
SEEK ELOPERS
^
Two Chester Homes Are Dis
rupted by Disappearance
of Man and Woman
\Villingf
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j'° torgltre his Wife. Who dlBBPpeffreil
on the same day that his brother-ln- j
1,w wput away Arthur K. KuIIoh
appealed to Chief ot Police V«ncc tOi
.1- him In hi, search for her Mrs. |
Kulion, a good-looking young woman,!
vanished from her homo. 2411 West
Third street, on May 8 On the same
'lay. Charles T. Shoemaker, who I«
Fulton's brother-in-law. also dlsap
peared Irom his home at 308 Thurlow
Btrppt .. , . .. r . '
•*! am sure that my brother-in-law
^ h ." re f n U, î^'.l
V8,, f*v i, 8 ,. n 'i mo 'whether
Rive her and take her , 0 '" p . ii \ bP bp T >
alsier will forghe her hubhund I
Bn 1 1 Positively will not for
S*'"' h,m ' . . . .
Shoemaker came to (bester a >out (
8 - VPar "Ro , fro "l lowa. " 1S |
father. Charles T. Shoemaker, in the 1
early fifties originated the rural j
grocery store system in Iowa, wheu j
be d,od ' he |pft bl * 8 ? n about .
Thp shoemakpr pair wprp 8Pcrat| y |
marr,ed ,n Wl,mln * ton ' about öve
VPar8 _ , v
According to Mrs. Shoemaker her
1 husband left Uhestor about two weeks
after drawing *5.UH) from three differ
ent ba. k. In that town He said he
1 was going to Philadelphia to witness!
j a b5 j| aanie . He never returned. i
Mrs. Fulton disappeared also on !
May 8 According to the deserted j
husband, he found a letter written by
hi? wife to her mother living in this
city and which e forgot to mail. In !
which he said 'hat she had
"blues" and *ho only lime that
felt happy was when Shoemaker was
around.
15.
May
CHESTER. Pa..
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xilîDT AI/ roftimn
DKt/lll ilfllilJlvll
vnwuiw
TAlIir'IIT PAD TUT
|(SN|(|M| HIK I H K
IvlIlUUI ll/Il 1 lit
... « . nn rtVItnm
M I ARC | UV J R f KI 1
111 v/lUla VllUltvll
-—
,; r)iutl ,, wl)l bP brokrn at ^ o'clock
. , . . r _ .. ... |
, w ,or ,hp n, ' m M. t ;il)e
[Memorial Church at. Boulevard and
Tw eiity-second street with appro-j
prin'e ceremonies It Is planned tot
have one of the Sunday School pupils
remove the first spade full of earth ;
DR. REED WILL
ADDRESS GRADS
Conference Academy Closing!
Exerqses to be Held on
June 8
Special to THE EVENING JAURNAU
DOVER, Del, May 13—A sale of
hank stock was reported here jester- ;
day, as having taken place between
" ÄÄ Äl
iGnunintce and Trust Company Block, i
of litis town purchased three years
ago, at $50 per share, was sold for j
$126 per share. !
Dr. George Edward Reed, pastor of I
Grace M. K. Church. Wilmington, has :
hgen secured by Prof. H. O. Budd, of j
the Wilmington Conference Academy,
to preach the sermon to the gradual
f' afis of ,be Academy on Sunday
MM rn,n ^ JunP 8 ' H ' > f > so o'clock The ;
,,1,r, . of ! hp commencement ;
^
V K . . m u8icaie. uo88j
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^TÄd rt* th!T AcSéÏÏ" Th.
SmmffnwiSÏ! èxercîset proper îft
be held at the Doveg Opera House,
oll vVednesdav eveninr lune 11 |
T) p v Oniurv (iub having tb e 1
^ùt at^m 1 in han^ Vas ^ '
cured permission from the State au
thorlflea to have the Chautauqua !cnt>'>
on , b * state House grounds
jn , bo rear 0 f , b e Stale Ho«So ad-ias
,| ir nrv s i h i » Urmory I
Dover's Street Committee of Town I
U' uunc ii j a improving New street from 1
North to Reerl stro«t, by placing a lay-1
'er of stone and limestone for decks
n p
[Each one of the Sunday school |
teachers also will remove earth. i
Work on the church will be pushed
f • d .„„miv bv the (wintraeiors 1
W H Jo,r« and Comoanv soTh^ H
wlll he road to, wcunancy by
be toady lor occupancy by ,
]
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ACCUSE MORE OF DRY
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Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL
COUNTY LAW VIOLATIONS
is "S'i
n,8dP °f, her "T*" " r r ■
trtlaj foi a legt d Molatlou, °* ,ho
Kent county local option law. Tho«e
caught in the -aid included Harry
Manlove, Charles Hodge and George i
Meath, all colored. Heath secured
hail and was released. The other two'
negroes were sent to jaii to await a
preliminary hearing. Kat.p \ incent. !
W ^ p of i sa * ab Vincent, who Is doing
Um «I the workhousr for violation
of tfce H««el^aBtl-ahlpplng law. who[
was arrested luesdsy morning J
charged wl'h the unlawful selling of
H, "J op ' obtained hall esterday und
J« bP « lvPn " hP8r '"« on UPXt Mun '
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VlhVMT\L \\D rOMMEBfllL
Rv |hf , , n , tr(1 PlPH|i
M.-yv YORK May 13—The stock
m - r v rt opened dull and heavy 1
" J ,l-„„ panv sav .
"FoUpw previous advice, buy only on
*
F. D. Lackey and Company say:
""'e, anticipate a higher range of
prices, before the end of the week."
SAMMBf RT H-V5 FIRE.
SALISBURY. Md.. May 15.—Fire
j b j 8 niorn ( njt dij considerable dam
a ge to property at the corner of
and Locust strertà. In South
Salisbury. About 3 30 o'clock flames
*»,<*' discovered bursting through the
r( ,of of the store and house occupied
by Dora Hastings and before the
«re department ooold reach the
the building and Its, contents
destroyed and the flames had reach
ed the dwelling «joining, occupied
by Mr Heath, and owned by F. P.
Adkins. This building was destroyed.
with all Hie furniture. The outbuild
igns of the Sturgis dw elling, near (h*
Heath home, w ere partly burned, am
the roof of the dwelling was on fini
several times,
I
DOVER.
Del.,
May
Smith with Constable Frank Vannant
Special Officer Frederic B. Mur
made other arrests here yes
15:—Sheriff
scene
were
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of ♦ ifir
CARD or THANKS.
T wiffh to publicly thank *h# rot
Ward for their support n the co
nation »
i
ed f'eoiocrary in thp Virvt Ward at M
Ja* oh Zimmermann#
Ftrat
for th«* t onm ilman
tarda y I ahn aol wit the
,
el**c tion
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detail, has a host of Indians, a troupe
of cowboys wbo ride wild horses,
stage coach, ponv express, emigrant
___ .
wagons, fun on the ranch and the bis
BUFFALO BILL
BACK TO TOWN
IN GREAT SHOW
Continued From First Page.
torical features of frontier days ho
jug presented in
1 "' "■« e« ««« « »»■
Lulu
a new way.
_
Bill promising a full performance of
levery feature and act. The outfit goes
fro,n I- a n< - '* B, er.
HihVhIo Bill Greets Throng.
Buffalo Bin was in town all day.
an<1 at ,he matinee appeared in his i
,lpw ro,p lns * c «d° f shooting his
way, Into the hearts of his loyal legion 1
of adn, ircrs. he talked his way into I
popularity From a high vehicle i
drawn by a pair of buckskin horses,
he recounted bis war experiences, and [
WB8 hPard ,n PVrry Portion of the big
arena He also Introduced Pawnee !
pm b | s associate, who is his succès- |
sor in the saddle and In charge of
*1'° arena
"Wilmington has always been good |
tn mo. and I think a great deal of.
,hf \ el,y be S"H 8 ? ol V 8 »««"«'a'»''"«
" l ' b fife»,"I n 1 ./Tna'S.
car in ^he tocal vanls hotoro goto"
c# î . .1 ,ocal > a ds r>proro holn„
0,lt to UlP * r o u P d8 "> ls morning. The
old BP0,,t Was RolnR OVPr hi8 maiI
."" cn the *•'*""*" pa " pd " p has)
)ost none of big p( , rsf(na | magnetism..
and his flowing locks and erect figure
make him a man distinguished and |
recognized at once no matter how j
large the crowd may lie.
"We have several
,r,dlind bronchos. Lett Susseen, t..y
Compton, Earl Bolton and a horde of
cowboy experts, together with-Xarlos
Myles, a roper who uses a 112 foot
rope. Maxieau Joe. who lassos five
horsemen at one time, Montan Earl
and Garrett and Bigg, fancy ropers,
make the lariat throwing act one of
the big features.
The real thriller of the season is the
auto poto game , wit h rw klcs 8 Rolz
K lng and Hlondy Stirling as the driv
Ben Fermer and Bud Jack
gon thp nialletmcn. The remarkable
»tops and starts interested every spec
Utop * a " d ,hf ' R8,, ' P W8B ^ " ith
d « pl "* h vin * d88b al ,' be mat *
Inpp . n, " t b OURh ttiriUs t° every
spectator. It scored the hit of the
performance and is the real "thriller"
»f '913.
A branch ticket office at the Robe
Plano Company, where tickets are
being sold today at the ssme prices
those prevailing at the grounds,
Wig crowded with anxious purchasers
all day.
The performante this evening will
be given without any cuts or elimlna
Ilions both Buffalo Bill and Pawnee
Witmingtonianv
with us this season. Uub Coverdalc,
lour chief ticket commissioner. 1» from;
tbiH p * tJ ' and M"-( or ••ohu M. Burke.,
who has been paving the way* for us
*•» b.
wen, west, and his relatives here in-1
elude a number of the well-known
nl( . j n ev ory country In Europe, and
together we have met every President
s j n ce Lincoln."
Cody's expediences as a pony ex
press rider are most interesting and 1
fraught with thrilling anecdotes. Me
[rode once 331 miles without stopping I
., r roHt or to chance horses Thlx '
waa a r^ord that, has «ever been lïr
paBBPd As „ sharpshooter he bas
excelled In every department in the
(arnlv service, and his scout duty
under Mile, lathe basis of a tong re
u« 1 ^ n o? ^if r d ^ p * rrmf * nt ln
'»«sningtom His knowledge of In
.diens Is remarkable, and be is Always
ad> ' and 10 ta,lt th " frot >
I er day . 8 of . hl8 J0U . th whpn bc saw
*•>« "O" 1 *®G«e service any army can
bo88t of
lor the past thirty years, also calls )
to j
He went
people. John Burke has been with
On the grounds Col. Cody has a
private tent where be is wont to en
tertain his friends, and yesterday all
day there was a swarm of people en
tering and leaving, all paying thetr
(respects to the historical character of
the amusement world.
Watching and using the Wants
gives profitable employment in many
ways.—Alv.
TOO LAT E TO CLASSIFY.
WHEN YOU WANT TO
BORROW MONEY
We will tell you just to tlie penny ju»i
what the arrommodfttion will co«t * you
Money loaned on your hcuaehold furniture,
«tore fixture», offne furniture, parlor
buffet». Automobile», hordes,
nets, elcitbing. carpets, pia
atnimentft. lafM, fum. pistoU. newitig m*
(Junes, bicycles, diamond*,
and jewelry of all'kinds,
i nan* arranged f«» ft«»t your convenienr«*.
trial of our up-to-date ayat
*
methods, low rat**» of interest
All tranNSrtion« »trietly rontHrnti«)
suits,
bar
irai in
wat'on
watches, rings
Payments
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of
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pen». r
easy term*
Call.
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write or P'i
DELAWARE LOAN CO
' Corner Third sod Orang™ streets
■ayistst.
Both Thonea
NEWSY DOINGS
OF NEW CASTLE
Masons of Town Receive Grand
Master of the State
Fraternity
COMPANY H MEN
SHOOT WELL AGAIN
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
NEW CASTLE, May 16.—In the
Opera House last evening. St. John's
Lodge No. 2, A F. and A. M., gave
a reception to the Grand Master, Ed
ward G. Wales. There were 100
members of the order in the meeting
room, including iMsitinft members
from Delaware City and Wilmington.
The luncheon was served in the opera
house auditorium, by Louis Thomp- j
son. The menu consisted of cold
ham, rolls, coffee, strawberries, fancy
cakes ncapolltan ice cream and
cigars. Covers were laid for 100
guests.
Captain Jesse McKay was delight
ed last night because of the score
made by the twenty-men team (or the
First Infantry trophy. The total
score showed 1838. and it is only one
point below that of last year. Com
pany H hopes to head the other com
panies for the trophy. Company H
won the trophy last year.
In the M. E. Church this evening
the Baracca class of the Sunday
school will celebrate its first anni
versary. The Rev, J. D. C. Hanna
and the Rev, John G. Wilson, of
Philadelphia, will be the speakers,
thf^ljames T Challenger has prepared a
special program for the musical treat
to he given to those who will attend.
Robm mil. colored, is still out of
reach of Constable Wright, who wants
Hill, on a charge of assaulting Crans
ton Blackston. Millieent Hill was
before Magistrate Nickerson on a
charge of assault on the same man.
and paid the costs as well as the hill
of the doctor for dressing Black
ston's injuries. ,
The trouble took place several
nights ago. when Blackston refused
to pay an additional dollar for board.
Hill was getting the worst of the
fight when his wife struck Blackston
with a brick, cutting his head.
Mrs. George Rodney and children
have arrived here for the summer,
while her husband, Lieutenant
George« B. Rodney, who was stationed
in Arizona, is stationed along the
Mexican border.
The many persons who had the
pleasure some time ago of listening
to the songs of Miss Mildred Mat
thews. are glad to know that she will
take part in the concert for the bene
fit of the high school library fund.
Miss Matthews has a cultured voice
and perfect articulation Professor
Cross has offered a prize to the pupil
selling the most tickets for the enter
tainment.
Friends of William H. Bradley
were busy yesterday offering con
gratulations to him upon reaching the
sixtieth milestone on life's journey.
Mrs. Albert Pedrlck. who is in a
Philadelphia hospital, continues to be
very sick.
Mr. and Mrs Albert Kirby, Jr., re
turn thanks to all friends for syra
patby extended In their recent be
i reavemont over the death of their Ht
tie daughter.
1 Mrs. Mary Challenger, wife of Ed
I ward Challenger, continues to be very
sick.
Miss Carrie Downle was among
[ those from New Castle who attend
P ,j the presentation of "Chimes of
! Normandy" in Wilmington last even
| l n g.
Several young people went to W1I
mtngton last evening to attend the
| dances In Eden and Brownson Halls.
j n the latter there was a progressive
euchre before the dancing, Arrange
" 1CntS hav « bp ^ lJ made t f ®. r f pr0 ^ d
l°Hen° iuil' hP Fr < * V " ,R d "* C6 "
Kden Hall,
There have been so many sturgeon
caught between here and Delaware
city this season that the first qües
tion asked the fishermen when they
com e in, ia "Did you get a stur
| goon."
j -
St. Peter's T A. B. Society will
j attend the first mass In St, Peter's
church next Sunday morning, and re
C eive Holy Communion in a body,
Seminole Tribe. No. 49. t O. R. M„
, v jll hold a strawberry festival in the
1
*
»
»
1 t Racine
2. Because it makes th* receiver's
I grate full (grateful)
' " v n ' i
4 They sre both had* "they go
out frequently * *
5. One lies above while the other
lies below,
armory on Saturday evening. Th"
) tribe will attend services in Immanuel
j church on Sunday evening.
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DAILY RIDDLRxS.
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ANSWERS.
QUESTIONS.
1. Why is a dressmaker not likely
to lose her hooks?
2. Why is a black woman like a
doorway?
3 Why do cabmen prefer tall la
dies to short ones?
4. What did Adam and Eve do
when they were expelled from Eden?
5. When is a man duplicated?
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SMOKE! SMOKE!!
Bingo Cigars
Special 7 for 25c. Friday and
Saturday Only.
Wm. G. Jenness,
102 W. Seventh St
I
WATCH ON COWS
N1ÎCK WAS STOLEN!
1
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL*
NEWARK, Del., May '5.—The jçuld|>
and chain lound about twol
wpp k® »go tied to a halte r arottnd aft
cow's
watch
neck on the farm tenanted by*
John Myers, on the Elk ton
road, had
beon identified by James Penel. ,
farmer living several miles from Mr
Myers, as his property,
the watch
•ii
PeneL said!
was stolen from his housof
several days before it was found tied!
to the cow. The identification
complete as Mr. Penel had the
ber of his watch and the
num*B
watch ro-1
talned by Mr. Myers, contained the!
same number, so he gave it tp tUel
owner.
This solves but part of the m ».L
tcry as no one knows yet just howH
the watch came to be tied to thell
cow. An alleged Insane man is sup-|l
posed to have stolen the timepiees
and also tied it to Mr. Myers' cow
RFR (TiAT SOfFETT ENTERTAINS
The Y. P. B. of Red Clay Creek
Church, held its monthly meeting s|
the home of Miss Elma Gregg, off
Wednesday evening. Music was fur
nished by Miss Alice Yearsley and
Harvey Brackin; recitations by Blma
Gregg and Nellie Peoples; budget
box by Mrs. Ida Wooddard, «.nd th*
dialogue "Lysander," by a numbsp
of the young people of the branch. \
very enjoyable time was spent.
Homely, Yet Admired
and Envied; Her Secret
Th» roaventira rrewd hi the Inkhy msd» m
p«th for her, net admiring »id* glin«»«..
then with longing er»« followed h*r
th» »levator. It wa, at the Ponohartrain. ia|
Detroit. Th* tnrident vu recalled when B
rheneed to »it erroae table from the Woman..
What. Wi« it abont her that eansed all that!
commotion! fihe wasn't handsome; th*
was larking in form and feature. Tot eh*
did seem merrelouel» faaoinating. Her o«m
plexion must bo the secret. Reslly, t'rs
never beheld its eqnal. Venturing to pteto
np arnnalnlanreship. I learned the ressos,
I know I'm not built for beauty," aha
confided, "but I'va tried to mako tha most
of my ono charm. Pro learned that men
ehhor makeups and artificiality. I bsr
cosmetics; there are jnsf two thing« I «rer
use and they promote natural lovalinoai and
youthful appearance.
"When
my complex.»* begin« t* xn. I
k»t «n ounce of mereoliied *»r *t th*
drug «lore, »pply *( night Ilk* cold cm».*
und wexh it off in the morning. Thi*
gredn.IIy finke» off th. outer iHn; then J
hxre X brand new complexion, magnetically
bexntful. xe you •»».
"Wrnklet never bother me. At theta
Inception I bxthe my face I B * «ohitlnj
mxde by dleeolving xn ounce of ptnrfiareS
Rxxohte in x hxlf pint of witch bxxxl. t«
work» like mxgio."— Mon» Morrow la Tow*
T» I tier. ^
9
SINES UND WELCH
FLORISTS
CIgMh St, «ear Tai wan.
Cut Floweta and Funeral Desfgwe
a specialty.
D. A A, MTft
'
TJelmarvfa tTW,
James!. Chandler
Undertaker
212 and 214
9 W. Ninth 9t
Telephone«
720S-28T4.
DB VTHS.
Btchord Burton.
Anna A. Cooper.
Etale M. Stoke*.
Mary Ellen Tyson.
Wllllun W Ward.
John Welsh.
Agnes K.. N'oetrom, aged 28 years.
NG8TROM—Tn thte city, on May 14. Itlfi,
Agnra E. Koetrom, aged p Syoara.
Itclativea and friend» and member* ol
Christine Lodge, No. 123, Wes» Order o|
America.
from her parent's residence,
dever avenne. on
17, at 3 o'etoek.
M. R. chnrch, at 2.S0 o'clock. Interment
nt Riverview cemetery.
BURTON—In tbit elty, on May tfi, ItiSg
Richard Burton.
Rriativca and friend« are Invited to attend]
the funeral from ha late midenee. No. 85D
Church «irret, on Friday morning, at o.
o'clock. Requiem mas» at St Mory'J
church. Interment in Cathedral cemetery
COOPER—Suddrnly, in Writ Cheater. Pa.,
on May 18. 1018, Anna A., wife «f th* lata
Jacob L. Cooper, tn her 67th year.
Rrlatives and friends are invited t* attend
the funeral aervirea at the residence of her
son-in-law, Samuel M. Dillon, No. 501 West
Nineteenth »treat, Wilmington, Del., en Fri
day afternoon, Xlay 16, at 2 o'clock,
iennent at Riverview remeterv.
STOKER—In this cit
Elsie M., wife of t
daughter of Mr. and
invited to attend the funeral
No. 524 V*n
Saturday afternoon. WaW
Services at the Swedish'
to
y, on May 1«, l»18.j
îeorg» H. Stokes and
Mr». Eugen* W..
Terry, in th* 26th year of her age.
Relatives *n4 friends are retpectfnlly 1n4
riled to attend the funeral «erviea* at her
laic residence, No. 1113 Oak street, o* TriJ
<l»y. May 16 . at 2.80 o'elock. 1
W ARD—tn f'amden. N. .T„ on May 14, IfitsJ
William W. Ward, »ged 75 year».
Relative» and friend« are invited «» atSenAj
the funeral »ervice« at No. 723 King ttreetJ
on Saturday afternoon, May t7. al S
o'clock. Interment at Lombards cemeterv
TV SON—At Newport. Del., on May 14 , 1818J
Mary Ellen Tyxon, aged 71 year*.
Relative« and friend» »r» invited ta >u
tend the funeral »ervicea at the raeidenee og
Willi» T. Ornome. at Newport, on .Sundays
morning, May 1». at 9.80 o'elock. Interns««
*t Northeast, Md. T
WELSH—Tn this city, on Mar isj
1913. John Welsh.
Relatives and friends are Invita«! t«4
attend the funeral from the undertake
log parlors of C. B. Dougherty, No.]
217 W. Sixth street, on Friday mom
ing, at 9 o'clock.
St. Paul's church. Interment, at C
thedral cemetery.
Requiem man« a
4
UNDLKTAKfcKS
Sirah Corleto "y
Ant, 3839. J
The Only Licensed Lady Embalm**
ln Delawar«.
UNDERTAKE R.
4
Undertakers
UlieS ^Claytons
Phones

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