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MARRIED 2 YEARS Mr, and Mrs. Colmery Will Celebrate Happy Occasion on Saturday Night . 1 Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL ; NEWARK, Del., June 6.—Mr. and ^Mvs Charles Colmery will celebrate Vtheir second wedding anniversary at .l. , . n , V their home, on Delaware avenue, on /> Saturday evening, ' The work of cleaning up the debris on the college grounds aloug North _ . .... College avenue, where thirteen large shade trees were removed for the pur pcae of widening that street. Is being | rushed so as to have the campus in \£Ood shape for commencement. ' Contractor Jacobs, who has the con tract for the swimming pool, recently stated that it would be impossible for him to have that completed by com "mencoment, as ho Is also doing the College avenue work. The annual (estival of St. John's R. C. Church will bc held this year on June 19, 20 and 21. The Ladiea' Aid Society of Glasgow Presbyterian Church will give a mu sical and literary entertainment next >1onday night. The Sunday school of the Newark Presbyterian Church will hold Chil dten's Day exercises on Sunday morn ing. - Although the 1914 election Is more than a year off. there is already much activity among Republicans of While Clay Creek hundred, and two men already being mentioned as candidates for State senator from this senatorial district. Dr. Arthur S. Houchin and Representative Harvey Hnffecker arc being talked of for the office, although Mr. Iloffeeker has not announced that he will be a candidate. There has been considerable social activity in Newark and vicinity dur ing the past few days. The marrisge night of Miss Edna Mr. and Mrs. George Wood, ent of much interest to the h . on Wednesday Colbert, daughter of Robert .1. Colbert, to was an ev younger social set. Mrs. Doe Conch tables of bridge and one of her home, at Gooch's Bridge, on Wed Amnug the guests entertainedi B W nesday afternoon. Mrs. Armstrong. Mrs. .1. Pilling ; were Wright. Miss Elsie Wright. Mrs. J. Pearee Cann. Mrs. John Pilling Miss Cornelia Pilling and Mrs. Whittier. , Mrs. Charles C. Herman. Jr„ wife of Lieutenant Herman, military In- j si motor at Delaware College, recently 'entertained a parly of friends af luncheon, followed by auction bridge., Among those present Hofman. Mrs. Alexander. Mrs. Linton. Mrs. Griffin. Miss Pomeroy and Miss Graee Pomeroy, of Ridley Park; Mrs. Nivon and Mrs. Armstrong of Sharon Hill ; Mrs. Herman and Miss Fisher, of Baltimore; Mrs. Richard Whitting ham. Mrs. J. Pearce Cann. Mrs. Clar-j A. Short and Mias Elinor Har - Mrs. wt'ro: ence ter, of Newark, Word has been received here of the Warwick. N. Y.. of Mrs. The deceased has death Emma 9. Allen, three sisters. Miss Elizabeth Bowers, Mrs O. B. Harrison and Mrs. Lottie Tho at Revnolds. who live near Newark, body «1U. bo brought here for huriO. I and services • Thomas' Episcopal Church. ( will he held at St. * » • • • PHtSiPES IN BUSINESS. - • The opportunity to start in a * • business of your own may seem * • only visionary bnl it needn't he - • If you have a good business prop- ; 1 osltlon and go about It in the * • tight way. • There are good partnerships. •' • good business chances, good op- • • porfunltles to secure capital If the * • Want Columns are used to ad- * • vantage. • Consult the Wants for business * • possibilities • Many businesses—both large • • and small concerns—are con- * • stantlv changing hands, thus af- *' • fording chance« that are well * • worth while. * : • The Wants are the first aid to * » business advancement. They pro- * • vide a nummary of tabulated In- * • formation for the buying and ! • selling public. 4,_OUfcSfhS Hard coughs, old coughs, tearing coughs. Give Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a chance. Sold for 70 years. Ash Your Doctor. ». A if; o if# Hr -a WLDOUGLAS/ $ 3 . 50 , $ 4.00 & $ 4.50 ? ;>r.y SHOES & •>> Look In W. L. Douglas store f windows and you will aee shoes V for $3.AO, $4.00 and $4.AO that areW ] just as good in style, nt »nd wear as other makes costing $A.OO to $ 7 .*"»,x| - the only difference Is the price. Shoes In all leathers, styles and shapes to suit ^ everybody. If you could visit W. L. Douglas W large factories at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself how carefully W. !.. Douglas shoes are made, you would then understand whj^^ they are warranted to fit better, look better, hold their shape and vse&T t longer than any other make for t heprlceVyjj. The Beet $2.00 und 32.80 Boy»' Shoee ia the World, iwa i CAUTION to •I.vp.e »• <•>» # JE 5 TAKE NO auaSTITUTB. LJSP 35 If W. L. ,hse, er. oof for »»>* '"J.ÎÎLTÎ,??)!' AV'' orOor Sir. ft ft ora th. f.-fory .no .»». the «MfiMnu » ftf * pro*t ShoM for .».rr member of the "V it el] prie*,, hr Folt. poet»*» fro* JIMI K?« Write »hr lll...tr«trrt r.l.loj. It win «Kow jolt K- w tto order hr mall end why •A . 11 tv. : y. tot*'. «sad m r' r v r \ ft*' BUVV i\J JOO oil) •••. mon-, on footwoe». tw W. I. eorel.il, Br.fkUi, Mua. w. I-DOUGLAS SH0T<;o.t 701 Market St.,7tb r Su^ I FARMERS OF PENINSULA TO SHOW BEST CROPS rlety. This will amount to some $300. In addition, the best single box of apples will receive $25. the second $15. and the third $10. The best three boxes will receive $15, $10 and $5. The best five boxes will reeeKe $25. $16 and $10. The best ten boxes will receive $50, $20 and $15. In other words more than $500 will bo given for boxes alone. The complete premium list will he issued in a short time. In addition to these cash prizes many special prizes will probably be offered. The Dela ware nurseries, at Milford, has sent In the first offer, namely $20 worth of nursery stock; and General Joseph B. Seth, of Easton, a member of the executive committee offers $10 for the best Martin house exhibited at the) meeting, made by a boy. The house must contain not less than fourteen departments and not more than twenty. Beauty and workmanship will be considered in awarding the prize. This prize is offered to encour age boys to make Martin house and to encourage farmers to put them up. Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL DOVER, Del., June 6.—Tho exhibi tion of fruit and vegetables at the an nual mi • nng .if iii" Pentn tula Horti cu jtural Society, at Easton, Md„ next January, will no doubt be the best ever seen on tho Peninsula, even eclipsing that hold in Wilmington last winter. Cash prizes amounting to about $1B00 wU , bc ofrcred . Thpre are some thirty varieties of apples of rec ognlzed value, and each of these will receive prizes as boxes and as plates, and some of them as barrels and other fornlB of package The flrst pr)ze for the best box of apples of each variety | will be $6; the second prize $3, and th® third prize $2. or $10 for each va CARNEGIE TE IR ROOK .OPT. The 1912 year book of the Carnegie endowment for International peace. ha« been received from the publishers. The hook Is attractively gotten up. with the name In gold lettering, on a gray background: and contains the names of teh officers and detailed statements of the reports of the of ; floors and divisions and of the tran I ©action of the business of the organ I Ization for the year. - mmunmr 1 s ■> ■ ■ Counni More ! More ! Expect to hear this from the children when you give them these tasty Washington CRISPS * * o The BIO Package of » A Ut. Touted Corn Flake» 1 UC» (« 9 «) _ ,F | 11 l l|rt I ' CHAUTAUQUA] #<WEEK "yt Summer Festival K INFORMATION inspiration 11 entertainment \i 31 EVENTS $1.50 Buy a Season Ticket Delaware Ave. & l man SI Wllmingtoa, Delaware. JUNE 28—JULY 4 Elkton Succeeds Wilmington as the New Gretna Green Despite the fact that the new mar riage laws which went Into effect here on May 1 wiped out Wilming ton as a Oretna Green, many Phila delphia couples continue to come to Delaware's biggest city intent on marrying. Their disappointment Is turned to Joy, however, when told that while they cannot be married here all that Is necessary for them to do Is to continue their Journey to Elkton, Md, a newly discovered Gretna Green. Marriage licenses cost $2 In Delaware, while at Elk tlon they are sold for $1 and no questions are asked. The round trip fare to that city Is about 90 cents, thus causing a saving of $1 10. In Delaware couples residing out side the State who wish to marry here must become residents for ninety-six hours. At Elkton only a few' questions are asked, easily an THE MONTH OF BRIDES 1 1 Flir season is here when you arc brought lacc to lace with the question ■n. L i Where Shall We Buy Our Outfit? And it is an important question, too. A mistake i house you deni with may lated a cozy home. The Squere Deal Store has lor i-O-vga '.'''VH IT/' (f Yk ; in the selection ol the. easurc with which you have contem I he pi ht S'VwP 1 mar <.— M irs stood is th. honst "I reliability. We eater- particularly to the class that appreciates dependability, i sturdiness and beauty in the furniture it buys, bow prices are a factor, too, * and terms ol payment are Ï r 2C v: made to suit your own personal convenience. JUST NOW WE FEATURE A Beautiful 3-Room Outfit Cnnsistinq of Complete Furnishings for Kitchen, Diningroom and Bedroom. .Inst the thing for young couples to start married life with. Each reliable, well-made, handsome and hacked by our iron-clad guarantee. Bought separately this outfit would cost at least $130.00. piece Our Special Price This Month is Terms $.150 a Week. $ 105.00 You ran make a small deposit this outfit and will hold the goods lor yon and deliver whenever yon want them. on we A BEAUTIFUL PRESENT FREE WITH EACH OUTFIT A Handstme Reed Pullman Go-Carl, Special, $ 12.50 Refrigerator Prices Shattered A $7 Folding *9 IQ Go-Carl . . VW iw I r - Prices have haen deeply cut on all Refrigerators and Ice Chests to make room for fresh shipments from an overstocked manufac turer. A wonderful showing of ice-saving, money-saving refriger ators. Come in and let us explain why and how they save you money. ' Big lUffBil This Go-Cart is of a design that folds up with one motion. Strong, well made and good looking. Com-, plete with! storm shield, ' ill l! i 53 pr fi P. Ï J Complete Line Ranging in Price From K mrvsj Constructed of finely woven Reed, ad justable hood, lined; reclining back, all steel springs and handle bars; heavy rubber tired wheels; nicely enameled— without at equal, at 'i $4.98 up to $50 A $ 3-49 $12.50 SPECIAL NOTICE PROSPECTIVE BUYERS MAY MAKE SELECTIONS NOW AT 0111 ADVERTISED REDUCTIONS PAY A SMALL DEPOSIT AND WE WILL STORE GOODS FREE OF CHARGE AND DE LIVER THEM WHEN WANTED BUY NOW, PAY LATER. 27x54 Japanese Woven Rugs in large assortment of designs and colorings. Regular $6.00 0x12 Matting Rugs in large assortment of colorings and designs . . 29c $3.98 This $15.00 Princess Dresser SPECIAL » 19.75 This 7-Piece 819.75 DININGROOM SUIT $ 13.98 This $25.00 Brass Bed $ 9 .98 Made In heat Qual ity solid oak A m erlcan quartered finish, and la on© of the heat examples con-, atructlon It has a large heavy plate mlr and sella regu lar for $15 £ 1 n . .q AAV Notice the thorough construction of this bed. It has 2-lnch continuous posts, 14-inch fillers In head and foot, joined by heavy tee-ball joints. Tho bod Is a marvel of beauty, stand^ 5 feet high. Regular price $25.00. Sale price.TW ..... Of t or- Lo o? So Is one of those rare values that make competitors say, "I wonder how they can do it." Yet the value is all here and it is the best ever offered at the price. Please sec it. This set consists of a handsome solid oak Extension Table, with heavy pedestal and solid standard. Six golden oak chairs of elegant design and perfect finish. All sturdily and elegantly built. Such a set is regularly sold at $30.00 to $35.00. Special price. -^_o ror $13.98 $19.75 o « c* Sal© price W.9S. 1 RIDS FUR- THE HOME 7 We Make It Easy for You to Pay We Make It Easy for You to Buy i WAR N swered, and with the payment of $1 the couple Is ready for the marrying parson. The run to Elkton Is short, eighteen miles, and elopers are put to very little Inconvenience as a re sult. urne i I Even Delaware couples are begin ning to make the trip to Elkton to save money and at the same keep their marriage secret. TO SHOW I,AST DATS OK POMPEII. Paines' production of "The Lastl *** - .* streets about twelve years ago. will appear at Shellpot Park during tho »\eek of August 11, *lhc production wlll be given on the athletic Held the park. Days of Pompeii.'' which was pro DR. POULSON IS BURIED TODAY The funeral of the Rev. Thoma« L Poulson, D. D„ who died at the homo of tats son-in-law, George W. Burn ham, on Monday evening. In Hldlqy Park, took place from hla late resi dence this morning. Following tho services at tho residence, services were held at 11 o'clock In the Melbo diM Church. In llldley Park. The Rev. Bertram Shay, pastor of tho church, and the llev. E. E. Burriss, district superintendent, officiated. A large number of preachers from tll <t *c' v Vork East Conference and (the Wilmington Conference were pres ft where interment was made, Dr. Poulson was S2 years of age, at 'the time of his death, and was gen atlerallv known as "the grand old man of Ridley Park.'' IN DANGER WHEN LAUNCH HITS Special to THF! FVRN1NO JOURNAL DELAWARE! CITY. Del., Juno fi._ The special election to decide whether $6<i00 more will ho borrowed for the purpose of paving the entire length of Clinton street. Is to bo hold In the fire engine house hero on Tuesday, June 24. from 1 to 7 o'clock In the aft ernoon. George Tugend caught the largest sturgeon landed hero this year. Tho fish, which was about 1ft feet fi Inchon In length, netted 99 pounds of caviar and about 200 pounds of meat. Tho fish netted Its owner about $200. Harry Nlcklc and Bailie Stewart had an exciting time on the river on Wed nesday when the launch Wlll-Lou struck a submerged log near Klsln bor's point. The sea-cock was broken off and water began to rush Into the beat. The men put on their life pre servers. hut. were saved from further trouble when the launches Alice C. FRECKLES Don't Htrtp Them With h Veil; Ro mo»« Thom with the Othlne Prescription. This proscription for the removal of freckles wan written by a. promi nent physician ami Is usually so suc cessful In removing freckles and in giving a clear, beautiful complexion that It Is sold by N. 11. Danforth un der an absolute guarantee to refund the money If It falls. Don't hide your freckles nnder « veil; get an ounce of othlne and re move them. Kven the first few ap plications should show a wonderful Improvement, some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othlne; It. Is this that 1s sold on the money-back guar antee. and Gladys, owned by Clarence Messt and Charles Hall, came near It an lashed the sinking launch In the cen tre between the two boats and tow«d It to the shore near here.