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TALKS PAPER '•Shall not the member» of the Wom an*« Christian Temperance Unlolii bave a State paper of their own— to be devoted to the work and inter ests of the Union?'' This was an important topic of dts cuislon at the meeting today, of the Stete Executive Committee of the W. C. T Ü. which Is being held at the headquarters of the Wilmington Union Î00 W, Eighth street with the president. Mrs. Emma Caulk In the chair. . The question is being keenly agitated with Sussex county In the lend in the matter of its promotion, nnd it is probable that the paper will matérialisé. No. Mrs. Adam Stmgle conducted the devotional service, which preceded the business meeting today. The corresponding secretary, Mrs. Lizzie Raughly. read a number of let ters and presented her report, which also was the report of ihe treasure •. Mrs, Clora Marshall. The reports of the vice-president. Mrs. Kat*- -milli ers, and those of the county preol dents ware also presented nnd accept ed. Noontime prayer was voiced by Miss Lillian Blade, of Suasox county. The members of the committee were entertained at noon luncheon by members of the Wilmington Union. The State W C T. U Convention which will be held on September 24. 26 and 26. the speaker# will Include Congressman Richard P. Hobson, The place o * meeting for the conven tion was dlecusiod this morning, noth. In g definite has been decided MANY FRIENDS HEAR BLAIR PUPILS' RECITAL The vocal pupils of William D. Blslr gave a deilehfful recital last evening In Mr. Fourth and Market streets. A large audience of friends of the singers were present and showed their ap preciation of the various numbers by hearty applause. The program was a* follows: "Out on the Deep," Warren Curlett; "There, Little Girl. Don't Cry," Miss "Boot and Saddle," "Thoughts of "Good Blair's studio at Bara Tammany; Wllmer 8 Boddy; You," 8. Thurman Stewart; Night. Little Girl. Good Night." Her bert Boyd; quartette, "Legends," L. O. Thompson, Mr. Challenger, Mr. Blair, William Deakyne; "Dreams." James Challenger; "Happy Day," Merl&m E. Curlett; (a) "Adamnstor, Rule r of Ocean." (L'Africaine), (tii "Fisher Boy, Thy Balt Be Throwing.' <1* Olocondo). Isaac Bernard; trio, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Blair; "Cal! Me "The Mission Allen : ftuartette, la) "Josephine'« a Flirt,' (to) "The Story of a Tack," Mr. 'Thompson, Mr. Challenger, Mr. Blair, Mr. Deakyne; la) "Ach! Sn Fro nen." (Martha), (b) "Woman Is Fickle," (Rigoletto), Arthur Hetnel; "Love Has Wings as Llgb os a Bird," Mias Carrie M. Curlett; (ai '•O, Ruddte r Than the Cherry." lAcls and Galatea), (b) "WMere Ihe Tisza* Torrents Through the.Prairies Swell" (Hungarian Melody!, (c) "Lorrain! Lorrain! Lorree!" Mr. Blair, ^ l&Js# Grace Goldberg was at the .piano. " , FO Memory." Challenger, Mr. Back." Fred Thornett; tof a Rose," Mrs. Annie L. 186 UNDER BOOTY CARE. The Board of Trustees of the New Castle County Hospital held its monthly meeting at that institution to day. Superintendent Foster reported the piesent population of the hospital as follows: White men, 95; white —omen, 46, white children. 4; dolored men. 2«; colored women, 13, colored chil dren, 1; total 186. The following deaths occurred at the hospital during May: Charles /-Ddbertson, colored, aged 43, Wilming ton; George Hendrlxson, aged 74. 'Wilmington; William Kanely, aged '66, Wilmington: Mary Ainsworth, aged 73, Wilmington; Nathan Dixon ,tged 69. New Castle; George G. Nay lor, aged 48, Townsend; John Free .man. .colored., aged 45. Middletown; Antony Nowlstkl, aged 23 years. Wll .mington. and James Crawford, aged 170, Wilmington. ■ TO LECTURE ON TURKEY. An opportunity to obtain first hand •Information concerning the troubles and crisis of Turkey will he given the people of Wilmington next Monday .evening, I The Rev. Frederic Du Val. D. D. 'of Winnipeg Canada, a former pastor of the First Preshvterian Church, this j If the weather is favorable this af ternoon an exhibition of blasting by dynamite will be given by Alfred and C. G. Mathewson. duPont experts on city, will give a lecture on the sub ject in the First Church, i Dr. Du Val Is an ex-modera'or of the Canadian General Assembh and attended the assemblies at Atlanta, bearing fraternal greetings. BLASTIMÎ BY DYNAMITE. tj\e Evans farm on the road from Blue Ball to Rockland During the exhibition Pathe Brothers will take, moving pictures of the blasting to be, shown in the weekly all over the | United States. I „ - —-by ACCUSE HIM OF ENTERING. State Detective Frank J. McCoy, »n 1 Chester this morning, took Alfred Qrinnage. colored, aged 36 years, on the charge of breaking and entering Grinnage is accused of having taken a razor, revolver and toilet set from ihe home of F. D. Walker, beyond Stanton, six weeks ago. Miss Hyatt, before moving from j 824 1-2 Market street, June 25th, :o 822 West street, will sell off all mil linery at half price. Any one want ing summer millinery will find it to their advantage to call and look over this stock.* MR. PIERSON GETS POSITION. Harry E. Pierson who wa* deputy county comptroller under comptrol ler Phlletnma Chandler has been plac ed on the county pay roll as clerk of Highway Commissioner Wilson at a salary of $ 1,000 year. LICENSE IS TRANSFERRED Judge Herbert L. Rice today trans ferred the liquor license of the sa loon at Fifth and Jackson streets from the late Joseph Hettinger to Mary Hettinger. PAID FARE AND FINE. Charged with riding on a P. B. & W R. R. train without a ticket. John McGurk was fined $1 and made to pay hi# fare from Chester to Wilmington toy Magistrat« Lawl», this morning. ^ > 1 TO GO AHEAD WITH IMPROVEMENT AN CONCORD HEIGHTS At the meeting of the Street and Sewer directors yesterday, Fred K. Felt of the Concord Heights Company, stated that ell necessary consents of abutting property owners had been ob tained for the widening of the space at the Intersection of the Boulevard Con cord avenu«, Harrison, Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets, except that portion providing for the cutting through of Twenty-fourth street, to the Boulevard and small piece of land adjacent thereto, Intended for parking purposes. As the owners appreciate the difficulties under which the Street and Sewer Department labored, owing to lack of Immediate funds, ho had se cured a modification of the proposal ronde at the previous meeting a week ago, and nit now asked woe that the directors give their assurance ihat In the event of the property owner* deed ing to the city the necessary land, the Street and Sewer board would nt once make application to City Council for an amount sufficient to cover the ex pense of paving such space ns may be donated and curb snob parking place* as may become the property of the city, this amount to bo added to the next bond Issue. Colonel Spark# assured that the board heartily Indorsed the proposition and would do all in Us power to get the additional amount included In the next bond schedule, and it wa# up to the councilman from Mr. FeU the Ninth ward to support the recom mendation and secure Us passage by Council. A general discussion of the plans and drawings prepared by Francis A Price, civil engineer, working with Alexander J. Taylor, city engineer, and Leon Wilde Crawford, architect, under the direction of Mr. Felt, fol lowed between the directors, Mr. Tay lor and Mr, FeU. In which It was brought out that It would be desir able to run the trolley tracks around and not through the Improved space, thus avoiding traffic difficulties and the marring of this beautiful gate way to the city by tracks, poles and overhead wires Mr. Felt thanked the directors for their hearty approval of the proposi tion nnd said he would proceed with the final negotiations leading to the transfer of the land to the city. If Is hoped that no delay will rise with the second proposition discussed at the meeting of the Ninth Ward Civic Association on Monday night In rclatiun lo the extension of the City Railway line in the Ninth ward. $5000 FOR PASTOR IF HE RAISES $3000 rtpfeiai to THE EVENING JOURNAL MJLFORD. Del.. May 28.—James A. Garfield Post. No. 7, G. A. R„ and the member» of Company B attended the Baptist Church Sunday morning, when the Rev. Thomas Davis preached the annual memorial sermon. John J. Rlfenburg. commander of Carter Post, G. A. R . at Harrington, is circulating a petition In an effort to secure enough signers to organize a camp of Sons of Veterans and also a tent of Daughters of Veterans, Major -Lank, express agent at Mil ford. Is moving the express office into the Handy Building, on the opposite) side of (he street from where the old office is located. The Rev. L. A. Bennett, pastor of) the Methodist Protestant Church, has) been offered a very liberal proposition 1 in the way of a condition gift for his churcfi. A person, who does not wish his name made known, has offered Mr. Bennett a gift of $6000, provided he : will raise $3000 hy the first day of December next. These two amounts j would liquidate the entire debt against this new edifice, and Mr. Bennett will) make every possible effort to capture this $6000. * Norman Shaw, an employe of thcl L. D. Caulk Company, here, while i playing ball, came near being killed j by a severe blow upon the bark of hie j head with a bat. William T Purvis, deputy clerk of ) the paare, suffered a slight stroke of i facial paralysis on Wednesday last. ! The real estate of the late Solomon i Matthews has been sold The annual school picnic was held ; last Saturday afternoon at the Church Hill School. No. 44 school, in Milford ' Neck, also held Its annual picnic, and an enjoyable time Is reported. Jamee Coulbourne. a corporal of the, regular array, 1» here on a visit to his [parents, Mr. and Mrs James Coul bourne. Corporal Coulbourne la sta tlon«d at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. HR. KEMP TAKES OATH. Robert D. Kemp, of the Artisans | Savings Bank, who was recently ap- i [pointed by City Council as a member of the Sinking Fund Commission to succeed Frank D. Lackey, resigned, j wes sworn In as a commissioner this merning. The oath was administered Magistrate Thomas S. Lewis. ; THINK OF IT 80,000 Persons Pnhllrly Recommend Some are YVII Our Remedy mimrton People. Over one hundred thousand have , recommended Doan s Kidney Pills, For backache, kidney, urinary Ills, Thirty thousand signed testimonial» Are appearing now in public print. Some of them are Wilmington peopl* Some are published in Wilmington. No other remedy shows such proof. Follow this Wilmington woman's ex ample. Mrs. Ellen T. Dickinson, 737 W [Fourth St.. Wilmington, Del., says: "I suffered all one summer and fall from kidney complaint. There was a bear ing down ache In ray hack and hip# and the kidney secretions were In bad shape. My feet swelled at night j and sometimes burned and ached so badly that 1 could hardly ctanrt. A friend who had used Doan's Kidney. Plils and been cured, told me about them. I got a box at Danforth's Phsr. raacy. They cured me. All I said In 1909. praising Doan'» Kidney Pills holds good today." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan' take no other -and A COUNTY CUTS 10 CENTS OFF THE TAX RATE I I/snry Court Commissioner at the session of the Levy Court this after noon will present a resolution reduc ing the county tax rate from 65 to 56 cents on the hundred. Of the amount , 10 cents will be for poor purposes. The road tax will be 40 cent« on the *100 assessment. County Engineer Wilson In his annual report to the Levy Court snld on this subject! "Many miles of road need yet to be put In shape for economical work ing, .many bridges need rebuilding and repairing, and many hlbs can be taken down with profit to the public travel. In view of all this work, I would recommend that the tax rate be for the present maintained the same ns formerly, that Is, 40 cents on the hundred dollars, With an assessment In the county of *74.910,728. Ihe low tax rate will net (he county *476,860. The budget pre pared by the finance committee In practically along the same lines as lost year, Included In the budget will an appropriation for the fire o^m panle* which have been sending the»' nutomoblles to the country districts to fight fires. There will bo an npproprl ntlrfn for the ronds within the limit«. amount» to $16,000,00®. city The Increase In assessment i POLES CELEBRATE FREEDOM. Local Polish residents celebrated their annual Freedom Day In Polish Turners Hall last evening. The cele bration, which commémorai (*' the signing of the Polish freedom from Russia In 1791, was enlivened by pa triotic addresses by John B. Pletusk i, M F. Poneckl and others, and music was furnished by the Polish band. No-Rim-Cut Tires 10% Oversize Come See The New Type Tires You who ever have rim-curs— You whose tires lack capacity— We urge you to come and see tires that can't rim-cut—the oversize tires. The tires which far outsell all others, after years and years of tests. You'll See tires are selling today about 11 per cent lower than last year. Now there is no extra price to deduct from the savings these new-type tires insure you. You will see at a glance that No-Rim-Cut Pres make rira-cut forever impossible. You will see they are larger than clisoher tires—over the rated size. I« air capacity, they exceed old type tires by an average of 16.7 per eent. Yen know that these features must mean big economies, if the tires themselves are the best men make. And the verdict is that Goodyears are. i In 1912 the demand for Good years was almost ten times larger than in 1909. All because of this new-type tire. And men today are quitting clincher tires faster than ever before. Come see why. comparison, figures, let your tire upkeep win you to these modern tires. Then make a No Extra No-Rim-Cut tires now cost the same as standard clincher tires. As our output increased, the saving in cost has been given in full to users. No - Rim - Cut Let your mileage Goouäar Write for the Goodyear Tire Book — 14th year edition. It tells all known ways to economise on tire*. No-Rim-Cut Tires With or Without Non-Skid Treads THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO., Akron, Ohio Thin Compnny hnn no connection whatem with any other » rubber concern which unw the Goodyear name. For Sale by All Dealers L ''k-' n£5o -SSSjir IF YOU ARE TEMPTED to buy low-priced goods in the belief that they are really cheap, and especially Jewelry we would like to disabuse your mind of that fact. THE VALUE OF AN ARTICLE Is always based ou quality, both of material and workmanship and if that quality is not present, then no matter how low the price may be. the article is costly. We carry only the Best goods, at the lowest possible prices. -J e w c 1 e r ' No. 9 L. Seventh Street Otto M. Burkhard The Public Buildings of Wash ington are the handsomest in the World. They must be seen to be appreciated. $2,OO t - WASHINGTON Round TO A SUNDAY OUTING ON June 8, 1913 PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD SPECIAL TRAIN Ustm Wiimln.Tton RETUK NINO, learss Uclon Station. Washington. 7.10 P. M. «3« A. M* Ticket* *olcl Jxxxxe 7 and 8. ijood S ting and i «turning pedal Train Jun« 8 Children a rears of age and •ander 19. hall fare. N 8 Loues ker. District Psm Solicitor. WVS Marke». Bt.. Wiimlufftoa. Del A visit to the Capitol it the duty of every Good American. only on The Route VFiR'C WORK OP 1 3 ff villa Ul m AMFPff AM /l 111 Lull/nil I I SUNDAY , day School Union, located at No. 181« j Philadelphia, spent \ J. H. Davts, of the American Sun Chestnut street, lest Sunday in Wilmington, speaking! j n He Is now visiting some of the olU-1 ten yourft churches.of dlf f erfn f denominations have developed frLtn the work> lind 117,140 have turn In his Interests, and not for Its I Sunday schools on the work of this society, several churches and sens sake but for the benefit of all. as whatsoever concerns the welfare of the rural districts, whore the society starts its union Sunday schools, the towns are also Interested in as they receive large benefits therefrom. Herein are given the figure* for tbo Inst, fiscal yo«r, nearly every State being represented in the statistics; "A locord of eighty-eight years in the United States shows 121,693 schools organized, containing 5,566» 828 teachers and scholars, or almost four schools a day for the entire per iod. ,,,i f r0Ir B ( n toward God. ''Statistics for the fiscal year end ing February 28, 1913, the fruitage of the labor# of 245 missionaries, most of them working during the entire year; 2439 Sunday schools started, containing 88,863 teacher# and schol ars; 11,824 wore visited and revisited,) with 762,735 teachers nnd scholars; 189,626 homo# visited; 21,095 sermons nnd addresses ilellvered; 44,423 Bibles nnd Testaments distributed; 8799 con version# reported; 88 churches organ ized; 37 churches built, and 419 young people's socletlos and prayer meetings termed. PORT PENN WOMAN IS ST YFARS ft! n U O J IfcHnj ULU Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. PORT p|TVM F)pI IIqv OO Mrc A SCHOOLsSk^HSSkH was held, as usual. Among those pres ent were: John Eaton, of Felton i the Rev. and Mrs. D. J. Given, of Marring-1 ton; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eaton. of! Port Penn. ed for The festival held by the young poo pie for the benefit of the M. E. Church cleared nearly *25 Augustine Beach will soon be open the summer. The steamer Thomas Clyde will make the first trip on Memorial Day. Mrs. B, W. Yearsley has returned from a vielt with friends in Wilming ton. The Hickory Grove public, school held Its annual plonlo on Saturday aft ernoon at the home of James Ginn, near McDonough. The Jamison Corner school will hold a picnic next Saturday nfternoon. BuilcSsUp This is the work of Auer's Sarsaparilla. Strength. Power. Reserve. Sold for 60 years. Ask Your Doctor. " _ JP j [fa: | $1 I [i! [i] I j: i an liik » i» i A a yJumplntoaNew Decoration Day Suit .4^ Niêr ill \ JO Here is a great get-Ncw-CIolhcs- Qj quick proposition. Our Men's Depart- o| ment is chuck full of a great assort- IS ment of swell soils of sparkling fresh- kl ness tor you to pick from. Your EÜ credit is unquestioned, a small amount down and a trille-a-week pays the bill. We can ontii! yon in a new suit tor your Decoration Day holiday in a because our clothes, prices : f CRED c y /•* ill J «> / 4 'wmr JTM CREDIT 1 mm. % : I A i \ m fra» mv r iifiy ». Cl and terms are jnst wkat you are looking for. Why pay out your cash? Save it tor pleasure on Friday. , .4* «♦}> f* i. pn ■If * ^ The Square Deal Store for Square Dealing People i «4 inr* ■ r .J, * CREDIT mjr ... ) A . / |lr iffl We D*)nT Expect a Square Deal From Our Customers Inless We Give One. ; v i 'V.* II f m •lh'4nèa.< » 41» m PEOPLE'S ^REOITCLOTHI «UP MARKET a. r I OVER KRESCE'S 5&10*ST0RE 06, •O* \ m EDIT ■w -rr% T T xrn m 12 DAYS in the Wonderful North f60f ^5 1 1 ■/ \ I / SEEING FOREIGN AMERICA W including *11 expense» (or travel, berth and board, it offered by tha / RED CROSS LINE . wSk visiting HALIFAX. NOVA SCOTIA and ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. The moil desirable vacation cruise from New York. Excellent Fishing and Shooting. New ljumi steamship»—"STE7HAN0" and "'FLORIZEL"—fitted with every devire for comfort and safely—wireless, bilge keels, submarine bells, etc. 7 dlf» at sea; 5 days in port: the ship is your hotel. No transfers. Splendid cuisine. Orchestra. Sea sports. This cruise will be one of thr moil novel and delightful experiences of your life. Rsducsd rate* for tuperior accommodation* during June, September and October. SEND FOR 1LLU TttATEU BOOKLET I 3 I. H0'Vil!Vfi & CO.. Ballery Place. New York, or yonr Tonr'nq Agcn Z*'- » r ■/.' m ir i y. 3 r ; ' n L. 1 M T/.» vm iw «r'rt * \ j a m ■ s' -4—. | „ «atoimkt-obs.». Miss May Ratowsky, of Phlla^ delphia and Lewis Green, of this city, were married j. eBter , ia y afternoon in * he maJ 01- ' 8 *>y acting Mayor ^QTTlUPl H. BPRSOIl, JT, Tllfi FOURS by illness, they consented to have sub ) L, ... . _ „ <Mnt of Cmytcll Benson. Btltute HARFORD COUNTY HEN A WONDER j ! i I* the owner of a hen which laid an j egg measuring 9 2-4 by 6 3-4 Inches, HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., May 28.— Mrs J. W. F. Burgoon, of Manchester, ; I BYRNE, GLASS CO. ) Paints, Oils and Glass, Y. B. Paints, Stains and ILnamels. WINDOW GLASS. 407 SHIPIXY STREXT, WILMINGTON. DLL. FLOOR STAINS. Both Phones. BLOWS HEAD OFF AFTER MONEY LOSS ELKTON, Md., May 28.—Becoming der.pofident over tire loss of consid erable money In the fishing business this spring, which was a failure gen erally. Roy Whlteoak, of Town Point, committed suicide by blowing away the top of his head with a shotgun. containing, besides the usual yolk and white, another perfectly-formed egg.