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SMASH MAY rt tin rum CLAIM iWU Atwood Johnson« Injured at Newark« May Die of His Injuries WIND UPSETS WAGON INJURING TWO WOMEN Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. NEWARK, May 21— The condition of Atwood Johnson, who was Injured in the accident, al the Main street crossing of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad late Sunday night. Is so se rious that, little hopes of his recovery are entertained by his friends. A change has been made in the plans for the inquest In the case of William Johnson, brother of Atwood, who was killed in the same accident. It was originally arranged to hold the inquest Friday night, and the colored watchman al the crossing had been [summoned to appear before the Cor oner's jury at that time. As It did not suit the Attorney General to he represented here at that time. Coroner Spring yesterday aftornoftn dceldod to hold the inquest on Friday afternoon. The coroner's Jury came to Newark in an automobile yesterday and was taken to the crossing where the acci dent happened. After viewing the remains, the Jury took some measure ments at the crossing. The distance that the train threw the horse the brothers were driving was 140 feet, A delegation of women from New ark. among them being Mrs. Charles B. Evans. Mrs. R. C. Reed and Mrs. A. T. Neale, arc attending the con vention of the State Federation of Women's Clubs In Dover. During the wind storm last Friday afternoon Mrs. Herman Cook and Miss Aima Little met with a peculiar accident in which the latter was in jured. They were driving along the road near the Falrvlew schoolhouse when the wind blew the wagon over. Miss Little was cut and bruised lu the fall. Mrs. A. N. Raub has returned from a visit to Brooklyn, N. Y. Her daugh ter, Mrs. George Henry, returned with her for a visit here.—Mrs. Charles Close, of College Park. Md.. has been visiting Miss Fannie Shapleigh.— The Misses Blake, of Baltimore, are visiting Mrs. Charles H. Blake.—John Pilling is spending the week at the St. Dennis Hotel. Atlantic City.— Mrs. J. S, M. Neill, of Helena. Mont., who has been spending some time with friends here, has returned to her home.—Dr. and Mrs. Frazer, of Baltimore, are spending a week at Belmont, the home of Ehen B. Frazer. —Miss Emma Evans, of Philadelphia, who has been visiting friends in New ark. has returned to her home. by JUNIORS IN TWO CELEBRATIONS In celebration of two anniversaries, the members of Eureka Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.. will hold an entertain ment in Odd Fellows' Hall, Tenth and King streets this evening. Thu Coun cil will be twenty-five years old. and the order sixty years old. Eureka Council, beginning its existence in 1888 with an even score of members, now has a membership of more than 600. The membership of the order is 191.40«. The program of the evening fol lows;^ Overture, orchestra; America, the audience; payer; address of wel come. P. S. C. H . H N. Willis; Hav erbaek Musical Trio; recitation, Miss Alma Jarrell; selection, orchestra; drama. "On the Picket Line." cast of characters: William Hadley, N. U. Cloward; Stephen Harper, Charles Hartman; Cox Simmons, corporal of camp, Donald Cloward; Joseph Clin ton. Robert Collins; Harry Leslie, W. Smith; Sambo Jones, Luther La Barre, scene; Camp in Southern U. S.; piano solo. J. Landrcth Clark; dance, Polish Princess, Miss Loretta Mortlock, ac companied by Mr. Mortlock and Mrs. John Rehfuss; solo, Mrs. Pearl Ford, accompanied by Miss Cassie Raiger; recitation. R. Bernard Friedman; vio lin solo, Edgar Mortlock; song. Miss Mary Sineock, accompanied by Miss Virginia Sincock ; Haverback Musical Trio: Presentation of veteran badge«, bj National Secretary Martin M. ■Woods; response for veterans, P. N. C. Frank W. Pierson; refreshments and dancing. The great calamity in Omaha was quickly overshadowed by the terribly disastrous floods in Ohio. Great suf fering and sickness from colds and ex posure resulted L. Poole, 2217 Cali fornia St., Omaha, writes: "My daughter had a very severe cough and cold hut Foley's Houcy and Tar Compound knockt J it out in no time." Refuse substitutes. N. B. Dan forth, Market and Second streets, Wilming ton, Del.—Adv. TO RECEIVE CANDIDATES. The Third Ward Democratic Club w-ill give a recaptiut to the Demo cratic candidates on Wednesday night. May 28 . a general invitation will be extended to a l Democrats to attend the meeting. FESTIVAL 0> UHURUH LAWN. The Epworth League of Harrison Street M. E. Church will give a straw berry festival on the church lawn on Thursday evening. WILSON (U K MEETING. A meeting of the Young Men's Wil son Club will bo held tonight in the headquarters of the club. No. 5 East Seventh street. All members are re quested to be prsnt. Foley Kidney Pills repay your con fldence in their healing and curative qualities. Any kldnev or bladder dis ease not beÿond thc" reach of medl cine will yield to their use. Mrs. Cor della Copeland. Ardcola, Mo., says. "I had kidney and bladder Double for o'er a year, and 5 bottles of Folev Kidney Pills cured me." ft is th* same story from every one who uses them. All say, "TV-y cured me."- N. B. Danforth. Market and Second Aim., Wilmington, Del.* MANY PROPERTIES ARE TRANSFERRED Mrs ' slraon Takes T1,le To Building' That Will Make Room for Boarding House J Numerous properties changed own-1 ! ershlp during the past week, accord j ing to the records at the City Regis . try Bureau. Prominent among them was the store property of Augustus \ Ferske, at Kighth and King streets, to Mrs. Emma O. Simon, who is to erect The ! a hoarding house on tho site. price paid for the property was $16,000. The list of transfers follows: Frederick G. Hemlerer to Lena Scheu, south side of Brown street. 48 feet v est of Cedar street, oomildera tion $5. M F. Burkley to Willism E. Farlea, property at No. 2206 Pine street, con sideration $2,000. Helen F. Boylan to Marie M. Bow ers, property at No 405 AAest Fourth street, consideration $3,100. Mary H. Saulsbury and Anna Beil Hayes to Oblales of SI. Francis Do Sales, Inc., north side of Eighth aD'cel, 128 feet east of Waanington street, consideration $4,000. DeHuven Morris to Howard C. Hais lett, properly at No. 1638 West Fourth street, consideration $2 260. Augustus Fersehke to Emma O. Si mon, northeast corner of Eighth and King streets, consideration, $15,o00. Anna H. Usllton to John F. Fllnn, south aide of Maple street, 28 feet west of Scott street, consideration, $250. Julia Lynch to Margaret Morgan and husband, southwest corner of du Pont and Howland streets, coi'aidetn tion. $2,200. John Bail Peirce to Israel Barsky, southwest corner of Sixth and Mon roe streets, consideration. $2.500. Margaret A. Daley to Henry P. Scott, north side of Fifth street, be tween Monroe and Adams streets, con sideration, $1,400. Thomas J. Barlow to Annie E. Allen, north side of Reed street, 170 feet east of Harrison street, $1.000. David D. Bush to William A. Ehart, west side of Pine etreet, 192 feet south of Tenth street and of Eleventh street, 72 feet cast of and duPont streets, $800. Maggie J. Harrity to Caleb E. Bur ehenal, No. 521 East Fifth street, and the north side of Fifth street. 40 feet west of Pine street, $5. ■ Thomas McCorkle, et. al., to Maggie J. Harrity, Nos. 521-23 East Fifth street, $25. Frederic Pyle to Greater New Cas tle Development Co., northwest corner of Front and duPont streets, and a lot on the north side of Lancaster avenue, 20 feet west of duPont street, $1,485. George C. Morton and wife to Fred eric Pyle, northwest corner of Front and duPont street. $800. Estate of George w. Bush, Inc., to John DePrlsco, north side of Kighth street, 72 feet west of Lincoln street, 1 consideration $2,400. John and Fannie DePrlsco to Mary south side Vistocchi, north side of Eighth - street. 36 feet east of Grant avenue, consid eration $300. Leroy W. Hickman and wife to Frank E. Haley, north side of Eigh teenth street, 50 feet west of Brinckle avenue, consideration $1.600. Leonard Heiss to Joseph M. Motts ley northwest corner of Second and Rodman streets, consideration $1,600. William W. Ward to William W. Ward. Jr., west side of Church street. 100 feet south of Ninth street, consld eration $5. Maggie Simonds to John A. Smith, northeast aide of Thirteenth street 171 feet northwest of Madison street. consideration $200. Equitable Guarantee and Trust Com patty to John T. and Tamar H. Green, northwest corner of Vandever avenue and Heaid street, consideration $1,335. Henry B. Seeds to Robert O. McKay. south side of Tenth street 125 feet east of Broome street, consideration. $4 »00. Lena T. Giuder to Manuel Cohen and Harry Kisenman. property at No. 512 New Castle • avenue, consideration $800. Samuel H. Bayuaid to Sophia M. Young, west side of Boulevard, 100 feet south of Twenty-second street, Josephine B. Lutz and Minnie I. Houghton to Walter T. Simmons, east side of Lincoln street, 15 feet south of Second street, consideration $5. Phillip J. Isaac to Frank Gallagher, north aide of Sixth street. 140 feet west of Rodney street, consideration $3.400. James Logue. sheriff, to Annie Gaw-| throp, southeast corner of Eighth ave. nue and C street, consideration $200. James Logue, sheriff, to the trustees of the Home for Friendless ami Desti tute Children, northeast corner of Seventh and Wilson streets, considura ! tion, $1.500 1 consideration $360. David B. Salter to George E. King, west side of Shipley street. J59 feel north of Fifth street, consideration. $4,500. unaww BOVS HOME. Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL GEORGETOWN. Del.. May 21—Earl Rust and Avery West, hoys who ran away from their homes here Sunday afternoon and went to Wilmington, »heir first landing place to commence seeing the world, have returned home'that having been brought down bv their parents. G. Fred Rust and George West, local merchant*. TWO WEEKS PAY ON RAILROAD. Beginning with the first of July the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and the B. & O. Railroad Company will pay employees twice a month instead of monthly. It has not been decided Just what dates the payments will be made. The new orders will apply to the Maryland and Delaware divi sions. Special to THE EVENING JOl RNAL. GEORGETOWN, Del,, May 21. Ja oob T ( hi P man> proprietor of the Georgetown Marble W ork.^ mashed h,R hs"*! jesterday by gett ng it a t " rab an , d , a St «te Detective Oscar M. Thomas; served notice on the local barbers ]yesterday that hereafter their shops will have to he closed by midnight Saturday nights. All who fail to | comply w ith the edict will be ar rusted and fined. on GEORGETOWN MAN INJURED. Wilmington Elks Expect to Please In The Tuneful German Idyll, "Old Heidelberg ff j ; J* r I W. a* ,-■'> f €~ » C » -X 4> s <• P.-Tr v ' a ■tw *v * A sL, ■' r t 7 K ife r-% V ». « K; * ■ '■ Wilmington Lodge of Elks' chorus singing "Brown October Ale." with Samuel D. Sevier as soloist. —Courtesy the Royal Studio, lop Row—Left to Right— M. E. Lovell. James J. Curran. Harry Blythe. J. I* Lloyd, A M. Malthas, O. H. Lit*. Middle Row—I^ft to Right— H. C. Brunhaus. Dr. George W. Quinn. J. Leon Murphy. John J. Ullbrlde. WHI I. Brooks, L. J. Flnan, W. E, Edwards, Dr. J. N. Winner. AI. H. Muihausen. Standing Center—Samuel D. Sevier. Bottom Row—J. R. Michaels. J. J. Hanley, Victor Brennan. M. B. Ahbiger, Harry Haggerty, Alex. J. Butler. Wilmington Lodge of Elks will hold the boards at the Garrick Theatre for three nights, beginning tomorrow, with a presentation of "Old Heidel berg," a German idyll in prologue and ft ur acta, which Richard Mansfield scored his great success Just prior to his death. Those who remember the success of thi Elks In "The Mikado" certainly will want to see "Old Heidelberg" with its story of German student frolics, its pleasing music and delightful scenes. The cast is thoroughly trained and a most pleasing production is expected, with some of the leading actors and singers of the city in the principal redes. Prologue—Von Haugh, Minister of the State, D. Harry McAvoy. Von Brietenberg. Chamberlain. Dud ley Wood. Von Metzing, Chamberlain, Joseph R. Michaels. It is the production in The cast is as follows: Ma > exerclaea K ivp " ^ mem hers of the People's Settlement last evening. J. Edgar Rhoads made the address of the evening, expatiating the vaUlfl ol Red Cross work and , . , ^en he had concluded four members of the Red Cross Class were award ed diplomas showing they had mas tered the rudiments of surgery. They , . werP Ja '" 8 * Marttu > Pranc,a clou B h ' Clifford Youug and Daniel DuRoss. The diplomas were awarded by Dr. j victor U. Washburn, who officiated In I place of Mayor Howell who is ill. The banner event of the evening was the presentation of the playlet, '•Mr.'Boh" by Miss Katie Lighteap, j Miss Anna Cole, Miss Marie Fehl, RED CROSS BOYS' WIN THEIR DIPLOMAS Two hundred persons attended the ( yjj RS Anna Dougles, Larkin Beeson I Martin Moran and Earl Short. The j play was followed by an ice cream | and cake sale. During the evening i the guests were shown what progress j ing. dress making, embroidering, etc. j i ; 1 uni Iß AI A IT rARRIPRÇ rUUK. MAIL. Va/\l\IVlfclVa HURT IN ONF DAY HUKI Us UrN& LIAI I the students had made in rug mak Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. MILFORD. Del., May 21.—Monday was a blue day for the Milford rural mail carriers. Charles White who was driving tne route of Harry Lynch had a wheel run off his wagon and mail was scattered in every direc tion. White was not hurt. Jay Foukl who has another route has a horse that began kicking which resulted in demolishing the from of the wagon. Harry Lynch who "as driving the Wynkoop ran into a j route for Mr. hole In ihe road and had the toil of mail wagon fastened in a tree that overspread the road and tore the George Manlove who drivea wifi« his top off. the other route escaped horse tumbling. TURKEY TROTS FORCE OUT OLD WALTZES The third of a series of delightful dances was given by the First In fantry Band in the Armory last night. The affair was a grand success in every way and was attended by more than 200 persons The turkey trot was far t He most popular dance of ,jj e evening and for the first time at the dancPB the popular waltz suf tered alld llad few „.iiowers, , MORE NEW PTTHIANS. Directed by John O. Kueboth. Kr<1( , niaa ter. the Joint degree team of the Grand Lodge of Delaware, K. of P. will elevate ten members of Clayton Lodge No. 4, to knighthood tomorrow evening. A smoker will follow ihi initiation ceremonies. <1" Lutz, Valet de Chambre to the Prince, Frank K. Jones. Shollerman, Assistant to Lutz, A. L. Spangler. Glanz, Attendant at Court, Leonard Lloyd. Dr. Juttner, Tutor) to the Prince, Joseph E. McCullin Karl Heinrich. Heir Apparent to the Throne of Sachen-Karlsburg, William S. K. Wells. Acts I. II. ill, IV: Buder, Inn Keeper of Heidelberg, Charles F. Maguire. Frauicin Ruder, his niece, Mias May Dolan. Fanleln Donfel, his niece, Miss Jeannno Sevier. Fraulein Lena. Mias Dorothy Dun bar. Fräulein Mary, attendant, Miss Anna Dunbar. Frauicin Louisa. Miss M. E. Lolland Kellerman, a waiter, Frank Grant. uiiCUIwrTnw fiHD WASHINGTON vAIVIr PUBLICITY FOR THE ENTIRE CITY » John S. Hamilton, director of the publicity bureau of the Chamber of Commerce, addrensed the members of the Gas Study Club last night in A. O. U. W. Hall. The meeting was well attended and the member« of the club were, greatly Interested In what Mr. Hamilton said. He emphasized the fact that the publicity department of the Chamber of Commerce will be run for the benefit of the whole peo ple of Wilmington, and not simply for the Chamber of Commerce. HAS A CELEBRATION Washington Camp, No. 4. P. O. 8. of A. last night celebrated Its ntne leculh anniversary in pleasing matt er in Pythian Castle. The exercises were attended by many members of the order and their guests. The feature of the evening was the pre sentation of the drama. "Master and Man" by the Pythian Dramatic Club, under the direction of Ig>uis A. Be»«», which was exceedingly well played Uy thP large ca8t Follow-ing u'u Pa V ,lanc a Ä Ven '.. Th 1 ha l was decorated with the national! co ors In the course of the evening rereshmen s were served. . .. . The committee in charge included George C. Peters, chairman; William B. Wcldin, secretary; George Auster mubl. Charles Waterman. George Holton and Daniel Draper. Those who took part in the play wero: Andrew Knowles, owner of Knowl ton Iron Works, P'red Schneider; Reuben Warner, superintendent h> works, Lou A. Beatty; Ralph Stand ish. the new partner. V. A Mahoney: Bob Appleton, hail fellow well met. H. Barker; Mr. Fletcher Know Ron's secretary. James Whsrry; Billv. a factory sparli. Wiillnni Miller; men at the works—Swarz. B. Jones; Kyat. H. Connelly; Old Bens»!. Thomas Sommers; Barrett, foreman at works, George Blest: Margaret Knowllon. Mrs. F. Schneider; Polly from the Country, Mrs. William Miller; Julia, maid at Knowlton's, Mrs. J. Wharry; girls from the works—Nell, Mrs Bogee; Kale. Miss Elsie Vernon; Cinders, a spark from the factory furnace, Mrs. J. A. Beatty. ADVERTISE FAIR BY AUTO. Directors of the State Fair Asso ciation yesterday afternoon decided to have a special car tour the Slate In conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce to advertise the coming Fair. The directors discussed the ad Visability of conducting an extensive advertising campaign. GENERAL BURTON ON A VISIT. General George H. Burton, of Los Angeles. California, has arrived in Georgetown on a visit lo relatives. It is his first visit to Delaware in ten years. He formerly was iii*pector pencrnl of the United Slates Army, (but is now retired. Von Weddel of the Saxe Borussia, Victor Brennan, Kurt Knglobreeht. John J. Hanley. Count Von Asterburg, of the Saxon Student Corps. Samuel I). Sevier. Karl Bliz, Joseph R. Michaels*. Von Bazin, Von Benetke, of the Suablana, J. L. Lloyd. I<eon Murphy. Musician. Arthur J. Curley. Von Haugh, D. H. MrAvoy. Von Brietenberg, Aide to Prince, Dudley Wood. Lutz. Frank E. Jones. Shollerman, A. I* Spangler. Baron Von Passage, Court Marshal. D. H Stassfort. Dr. Juttner, William O. Gibbon*. Kathie. Miss Theresa V. McHugh. Karl Hetnrlrk, W. S. K. Wells. Members of the Student Fonts. Saxons—Arthur M .Malthes, Will T. Brooks, Harry Haggerty. Warren Mc Call. I>awrence J. Flnan, Walter Foreaker. R. W. Bray. Saxo Boruslsns—W. Harry Blythe, APRIL WORK AT THE CITY LIBRARY ' At the meeting of the Board of Managers of the Wilmington Institute last evening the librarian's report showed that during the month of April 375 new books were added to the library; 355 books drawn, making a net Increase of 'So volumes. TJio greater part of books withdrawn were books of fic tion that were badly worn and were unlit for use, although they were still on the shelves wnerc the people could get them. The total number of books Issued during April was 21,174, a decrease of 1.088 over the month of April, 1912. The greater part of the loss was in the class of fiction. The at tractions of the moving picture shows have caused a falling off in the read ing of fiction all over the country. The registration for the month was 4.35, a net iucrease of 51. The net registration is 15,363, the largest in the history of the library. Among the gifts for the month were twelve volumes from Samuel Ban croft. were wlth the STEPHENS FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGE 0 PraIlk Stephens, founder of Ardeq the colony al Harvey. Del,. h „ rlncl al HpeHk< . r at a meet . women's Democratic Club in Philadelphia yesterday afternoon. .. Mr ' Stephens de< lared that Detno c r«cy would never he realized in this country until political freedom is granted women. The vote, he added »as needed by women for the protec tion of ths home. RUMMAGE MALE FOR LADIES' AID. Al W. C. T. U. headquarters, No. | 100 West Eighth street, the Ladles' i Aid Society of Cookmau M. E. Church i will bold a rummage sale on May 28 and 29. Ailing Skin ■Eczema. Psoriasis, Dandruff, Pim ples, skin troubles of any kind — AVASH THEM AWAY with ' D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema This mild wash will bring you in stant relief from that awful Itch. Prove It with a 50c bottle. We guar- • autee the tegular $1.00 size bottle to] end your distress and begin your. cure or your money back. D. D. D. Soap helps too; ask us. Scarborough Drug Store. VOTE KOI! A WORKIMt MAN, Leo J. Dugàn FOR AtSPF.MSOH AM» COLLECTOR. SOLTHFRV D 18 TRU 1 . to tbr of the. KopublicAr. Oârt*. The costumes are by A. W. Tamm*. lite lanterns John J. Gilbride, O. W. Robt. J. Stidham, Chas. H. Blaine, J. Norman Winner. SuabiMta— H. B. Brunhaus, L. W. Edwards, Wm. Yetler, J. L. Lloyd, AI. H. Muihausen. Vandals—Alex. J. Butler, Geo. W. Quinn. Jos. Schänder. J. H. Lltz, L. E. Fritz, M. A. Lovell. Abbeger, Curran. Between Acts I and II a pleasing specialty will be offered by one of Wilmington's popular tonors, John J. Gilbride. The executive staff for the produc tion is: Stage manager, Krank D. Grant; assistant stage manager, John H. Lltz, musical director. Jas. J. New York City. N. Y.; and steins by Vorn. Philadelphia, Pa., and the scenery for Act I was painted by Frank D. tGrant. W. S. K. Wells, who Is directing the production and has the leading part in it. la a member of the duPont Puff and Powder Club. While a W1I mingtonian he has had several years professional experience on the atage. Delicious Frozen Fruits Jh Are among the daintiest of summer desserts. Made with the purest of ingredients, they are naturally wholesome. Surprise your wife by stopping in and tak ing home a quart. STEINLE'S SEVENTH AND KING STS. Ir % J Where Purity is Paramount 14 J I J Absolutely No Pain n rîv is what everybody says afte r having s tooth extracted Dental Parlors. Painless methods is the rule with us In every branch of our work. We offer you all the benefits of the most advanced dental give you the best service. We use the needle also Gas o r Vita lized Air 'or painless extracting. Ex tracting Free when other work is ordered. mm at the American >/■ -, ■ science and Bridge work .$4 (o #5 Gold Crowns .#1 and f."» Porcelain Crowns . >8 and $0 Gold Filling . ÿl up Silver Filling . Teeth Cleaned .... W"i v r .,..75c .... 75c Full Set of Teeth, $5, $8 and #10. Fully Guaranteed. LADY IN ATTENDANCE. Largest and Most Thoroughly Equipped Parlors in Wilmington. Ap pointments May Be Made by Telephone. WE WILL BE GLAD TO EXAMINE VOI R TEETH AT ANY TIME FREE OF CHVKGE 619 MARKET STREET Mr'IlVOMiluN, UtL American Dental Parlors, O KIM N ATOKS OF FAÜVLFSS OFMÏSTKV Branch Office, LI KTON, MD. 1 1 $ i NEWSY DOINGS OF NEW CASTLE Baldt Anchor Co. Purchases Chester Plant and Wilt Operate Here DIES WHILE HIS MOTHER IS IN HOSPITAL Special to THK EVENING JOUKNAI. NKAV CASTLE. May 21.—When Frederick Baldt came here a few years ago and established the big Haldt Steel Works, it was announced •that ho had a number of patents,. ! Among the patents were those fo« ] boat anchors and the word was pass ed along thal the anchors would b« manufactured here. Only one of til« anchors is manufactured here. Three j weeks ago the news came that th, ! Haldt Anchor Company had purchas I ed (he Johnston Frog and Switch j Works In Chester. Norris D. Pow-ell is secretary and manager of the Baldt Anchor Company and when inter viewed yesterday he said it Is true that the Haldt Anchor Company had purchased (he plant and would oper ate It for the manufacture of anchors which are now partly made at th»v Penn Steel Casting Company's works, It is his desire to have the plant In operation as soon ns possible. After Hie plant is given a general overhauling and put in flrst-class con dition and equipped with all neces sary machinery It will probably give employment to over BOO men, site is 306 feel square and has 40.000 square feet of floor space under one single roof II has a frontage of 80S feet parallel with the Pennsylvania railroad. The In the New Castle Opera House last evening Miss Mildred Matthews, Miss Mattie Shannon and Charles Van Leer, the Seaford Club, entertained a fair sir.ed audience for the benefit of the high school library fund. Charles Pcdrlok, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hedrick, Delaware street, died yesterday. Mrs. Pedrlck is now a patient in a Philadelphia Hospital. The Philathon Claaa will go to Minqudale Home this give a concert for the benefit of tha old men who are inmates of the Home. Charles W. Nickerson Is secretary of the committee In charge of the Ralhhone Bible clsss movement and all Knights of Pythias Interested In the work are striving to have a big class for the Bible Class initiation. Several of the members of Adelphia Lodge will go to Wilmington tonight to attend the meeting on arrange ments. An effort will be made to have 300 in the class from New Castfe County. jw There will be a dance In tha Armory tomorrow evening. Citizens will ask the Trustees qf the tlreen to remove two big tree* which obstruct the pavement opposite the Burgle fountain Postmaster George W. Vanttne has advertised the following list of un claimed letters: Mrs, G. R. Brown, Mrs, Lldan Bung, Miss S Carroll, Mrs. John Davis, J. W, Downs, J. Henry Duckery. Miss Bell Doug+ea Isaae Kile, James T. McCloskey, Coa tanMno Micalettl. David Morgan. Rev. L. K. Poole, Willard Ronisley. George Robinson and Misa Emma Spicer. Men are scarce In New Castle be cause every one who wants work is getting It. Consequently the work at Battery Park is being delayed. More men are needed to do the work The grading is being done by Andrew Mitehell.