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ARE PRAISED Bishop Mcnaghen Congratu lates Salesianum Class on Attaining High Honors YOUNG MEN PRESENT SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT Commencement exercises of the Salesianum Catholic High School were held last evening in the audi torium of the New Century Club, American flags and school pen nants amid banked palms and ferns, made an attractive and picturesque the young men wno in minstrel style, presented the novel and enter taining program, which carried out the idea of minstrelsy in a delightful mixture of school hits and fun. class ical and lighter music, and other in teresting features. The Rt. Rev. John J. Monaghan who presided during the evening com plimented the sucoessfut work of the Of late Fathers of St. Francis de Sales wlpj are directing the school. The made by dneed th setting for grouped on the stage Salesianum introductory remarks r Daniel J. Casey, who intro various ones taking part, was ably supported -."by Finnan nnd Francis Calhoun, as end men, anti a steady flow of repartee betwen the trio kept the aud ience laughing most of the time, Philip Coyne was the ehornl direc tor and choir lender and proved him self worthy of the honor. T Murphy was an papist. Numbers on the which received special applause were f lshop Monaghan, in a brief ad is at the conclusion of the exer cises thanked the rtuden . name of the audience for Ute success ful program; and congratulated the Oblate Fathers upon their success in the founding of a High school. The were Mr. Cases ra Mias Mary excellent accom program in the church, he said, cation he combined with religion, nnd this the Oblate Fathers are .doing. ■ iWe are pioud of the record the _,lool has made," said he. "and I ns binliop am proud of the high -dice heal by the school In the estimation of the people." The Bishop also touchct} upon the subject of the outgrowth of the ca pacity of the original building at Eighth and West streets, and men tioned the addition of another build in*. >■ address was made, also, by Fajfher Tucker, a 1907 graduate of tO school on the "Recollections of till School." acknowledging the debt lolhisbop Monaghan for Us establish-j m«it. and to the Oblate Fathers for •tJperpetuation. fcsÄ,,,, "worn! of "science" George Creweil- (bl ir.éjrlc exercise, piano solo. Francis Mabonnell (selection from Schu ir Sin) History—(a). Apology "Science of World," Dennis Murphy; (b) recital, 'NAT. Centenary of Peace," Clas R A T "' O y -of the, Rev. Hugh Henry, Ltt. (c) episode, "The Countersign,' 1 Francis Kelleher; (di, recollections. "001 School," Alumnus, '07, English ta), Auto apology, "Moth er'Tongue," chorus; th), advice to classmates. John Burke. - Bport—(a) College yells Tutt; (b) ' adventure, "Casey ' at the Bat.^" , Thpmas W. Mttlroonsy; to. the r,» s W- 'Maki the Teamr (read-) n roduc.orv Daniel J r«« S v ! UtiS-(i" Apology J ' C "rnk-ersal I Tongue." Francis \ Mnrnhv ib» , r ^ P Wo e? K ^àl ln«he r r U ClnL S n^ oration "MarruB Antnntn." 1 George Finnan • An '° nlU8 ' i ÇrTf'fk--(a^ Apology. "Tongup of W.?- »a Berman—(al Aooloav "Powerful rojigne," Francis Cnlhoiin; (hi song, "Splnnrrlledcl'en," (Reimannl Harry tVakh. Class '07; (c piano solo "Al Pino Storm." (Hnnkel) Thomas Mul A I : tel rooney. Class T2J French E&le," Martin (a) Apology. "Tongue of McLaughlin. (b> cant Que, Le Ciel a visite la Terre." (Gyunod) Carroll Ouenveur, Class '10; tes echos Militaires, Joan of Arc." (l|»uis Slroux. O, S. F S.) Alumni trio. fhe 1 schoo'^ve^age. and honor myks read by Father Mahoney fol tow: Christian Doctrine— Francis • Gall, 94 » Aloysius Biermann, 91; Walter'® Kane S9; Francis O'Neill, 99; Thom as Alulrooney. 99; Dennis Murphv, g;j Francis Kelleher. 98; Joseph ' Big gins. 97; Harold Kohkrman 97 - John O'Neill. 100; Charles Conway 96 f George Finnan, 89.; Walter Han-' ley, 96; Daniel Casev. 94; Francis Calhound. 93; John Schulz. 93. English—Francis Tall 98; Aloyelus . Dltrmann, 93; Philip Coyne. Jaipes Hasson. 96; Thomas Mulrpon-I ey- 94: Fraud Kçllehcr. 94; neßus Mundy, 92: John O'Neill, 97 ; Gebrge Finnan, 92: Charles Conway, 90* Walter Hanley, 98; Francis Cal houn, 96; Daniel Casey. 94 Latin—Thomas Mulrooney 94; Jos eph Biggins, 94; Francis O'Neill, 92; Francis Kelleher. 92; Cornelius Mun-! dy* 911 John O'Neill, 83; Charles Con vay. 82; George Crosswell, 83; Wal teU Hanley, 80; John Schulz. 77. Greek—Charles Conway. 93; John . O'Meill. 89; Andrew Tuskey. 8S; Wal i-i LytHanley, 95;- John Schul«, 93; Hrp;* Cresswell, 92. : wrench—Francis Tall. 98; James Iliison, 83; Denis Murphy. 78; John Hijthes, 75: Joseph Srarano. 75; John OTveiil. 93; George Finnan, 78; tries Conway, 75; Charles Julian, 80 Joseph Riley, 79. ^yrman— Aloysius Biermann. 80; Th*rjas Mulrooney. 96; Francis O'Tfcill, 88; Leo Lange. 87; Andrew Tugkey, 86; Francis Murphy. 77; Wal tersfHanley, 94; George Cresweil, 83; John Schulz. 91. Arithmetic— Aloysius Biermann. 100 ; Fràïids Gall. 86; Walter Kane Sfi: I Jo»|>h Biggins. 97; ! roarey, 97: Francis Thomas Mul Kelleher. 95; Dennis Murphy. 95; Francis O'Neill, 95;- John Burke. 91. JBgebra—Francis Kelleher, 99; fc Thlmas Mulrooney. 94: Joseph Big gfiè. 92; Charles Conway. 87; John O'îéslll, 86; George Cresswell, 83; Walter Hanley. 77. »pometry—Thomas Mulroonev. 100; Dein is Murphy, ion Francis Kellehe' - , Joseph Biggins, 89; John O'Neill. Meredith Nicholson, the Popular Novelist, Will Represent This Country in Stormy Portugal \ w; \ _ * H P i I 1 p , "** i MHfJk 9 pm I H I J rr. 1 M &TÆ «M. i p'U . ■ ✓ « - f ■ :n V V es-. y*'' V' .11 i * .* » WimL 5 f a ' y a f I 7 MEktPlTH ttICHQLSQH N EW AMBASSADOR. TO PORTUGAL Meredith Nicholson, the Indiana novelist, will go to Lisbon as the new Amcriean representative to Portugal. This is a late picture of him, and the scene below his portait was taken in Portugal's stormy capital, showing the soldiers patrolling the streets lo prevent thri^ten-.i outbreaks by the imperialists. Mr. Nicholson is known TlfflllRI V pDfjM i Ulf UEIt/u a IWnl DftU/Tl«' R ÇTRIKF 1 U " » 1/LI\ vJ 1 lllllL Rll/FR I PENNBOROVE. N. J.. June 20.— Refused an Increase in wages about , , ..... ,, ^ labotorn struck at the Carney a i Polnt P°>' der works of the du! ont | Company. Officials are having much : trouble with thi> strikers, and the Plant has been placed under heavy gunid. Several, workmen who refused' to Join the strikers were mobbed on their way home, and two of ih-ua were stabbed. - MFßrHAhJTv MFIT IWtKtnAWIi MU1 IM NFItf AIIARTFRC * llN ^ -" The Mercantile Association met In . _ . iUle " PW quartPr8 ' No S * 3 Market j Btr * èt ' last eVen,n * for the l,rst Umv - ' Members of the organisation w ho I went to Salem and Cumberland coun- i "J ÄÄtWi were explained. \ 1 he association accepted an invita tlon from the Chamber of Commerce! ito attend tho dinner to the editors of the Stale bv the Chamber of Com morte and D. W. Lynch, the prcsl dent, will represent the organiza Uon. The new rooms of the organization will be furnished soon and the next mo „ Hn? wm h e in tin HTBALI> * 01 HBERTY ORGANIZED 1,1 'be Hotel Cassidy last evening Delaware Lodge of the Heralds Liberty was formed. - Deardon and W. w, ' rr in charge of the work, .are twenty-five members of the lodge. Thp officers are; Mortimer Adams,, of Philadelphia, past grand com -1 mander; W A. Jennings, grand oom mandpr: w o - Ta y lor - treasurer: W K Fenntmore, grand master; Dr. Henry Willis and Dr II G. Buck-! 2,* astPr ' "'fdleal examiners; Dauu-l Thornton, recorder. ■*, nature of a house-warming. Several new mem-1 hers were proposed last night. of F. W. Berwick. H. Fairloss There T --*4 ri % Walter Hanley. IrtO;' George Cresw-ell, 90; Francis Calhoun 88. : History—Francis Tail. 98; Walter Kane, 97; Alovsiu B Bierraann, 91; Joseph Biggins. 100; Francis Kelle her, 100; Thomas Mulroonev. 100; Leo Lange. 94; Francis O'Neill, 91 John O'Neill, 100; Charles Conway, 97; Francis Murphv, 85; Walter Hanley. 10O; George Cresswell, 97; Charles Julian. 90. Geography—Francis Tall. 94; Aloysius Btermann. 82; Walter Kane, 81; Joseph Biggins, 99; Thom as Mulrooney. 97; Francis Kelleher, 95. Physiology—George Cresswell, 85; 1 Walter Hanley, 81; Philip Klenle, 75 Commercial Course— Aloysius Bler mann. 99; Francis Tall, 99; Philip Coyne. 85; James Hasson, 85; William Lawless, 85; Daniel Casey, 99. Learn lo Swim _I~T' jT-v ■ - -V. Price 25«E Ô 55<t Great Sport in fhe Water DAVID A. HAY CO.. Marine and Fishing Supplies 121 MARKET ST. „ * I wldiy by such of his novels as "The TUQusa.nd Candles," 'T'ie Port of Missing Men." and "The Mr 8 vi °h Z* 16 • SPVen SultorB " Whl, ° Mr. Nicholson s name was sent to the j senate by I resident Wilson to he minister to Portugal, It Is likely that ' the post w ill be raised to that of an ' ambassade rshlp before Mr. Nicholson actively takes up his duties. LATROBE GREETS THE POWDER TRAIN OREENSBURG, Pa.. June 20.—Due to a section of the turnpike being torn duP , ont Powder tra,n ma<1 ° a detour of two miles, 1 thereby passing through Latrobe. a ! n< ? 1 on ,he r °Kular schedule. 1 When It wss announced that the cava i oado WO uld touch Latrob( . a public reception was hastily arranged and the entire party was entertained at luncheon by the city. A commit tee received the outfit at Youngstown nn d escorted It to Latrobe. The official reception of the powder train by the city of Oreensburg was one of the greatest demom (rations lever witnessed in this section Prac 1 'ticnlly the entire population of the i city parked the streets through which the powder wagon and lu escort dbs. ^ Public buildings, business places ' a " d residences were decorafed P with ' flaga ■*"> bunting. The wagon under ! B' ,ar ^; was placed in the square for the night and was viewed hv thons ands from the city and surrounding country. Samuel Wesley Long, director of the outfit, responded to " or ^ 8 welcome both in * extended ^te^the party.. _ , fAHD PARTY FOR SUNSHINE. __... ^ n ** ban ^ aR, ' e this afternoon a rar d party will be given under the auspices of Delaware Division of me international Sunshine Society. Eu-; ehre and r»00 will be played. j The Society will give a picnic to- j morrow afternoon at the end of Ris- ! ! ing Sun lino. SAY, MR! HOW ABOITTHATSUIT? Come Here Tomorrow—Lo»b at our Styles, Compare Our Prices „ Then Judge For Yourselt. t % Our Merdiandise Is Beller, Our Prices Are More Reasonable nr m $1 a Week Pays the Bill V Young Men's Suits, $8.50, $10.00, $15.00 and $18.00 Men's Suits, $12.50, $15. $18. $20 Everything lo Wear For the Ladies Free—A $5 Raincoat Given With Every Man's Suit Sold—Only a Few Days Longer. i /.II ■ 07 mJ LIVINGSTON'S Filih and Market Sts. HEALTH BOARD PUTS BAN ON COCKTAILS! NEW ORLEANS, June 20.—It's goodbye in New Orleans to the delect able cocktail. No longer will the frag rant martini be seen in local bostel ries. The insidious manhattan is ban ished alike from club and cabaret. Whether plain or ordinary, everyday cocktail, or the fancy brother built along plans and specifications to please the palate attuned to gustatory) luxuries, the drink must go, for it has been put under the ban by George B, Taylor State analyst and deputy, or assistant food commissioner, who sees in the selling of "bitters" by liquor dealers, barrooms and other places an active menace to the public welfare and a violation of the sanitary code. The deathblow to the cocktail comes about through Mr. Taylor's interpre tation of a section of the sanitary code and the bringlng..to life by Mr. Tjalor of a circular relative to this article of the code which was issued by the State Board pf Health last December; "The sale "of proprietary articles .and pharmaceutical supplies is prohibited except by regularly es tablished drug stores in charge of registered pharmacists." A circular has been sent by Mr. Taylor to many of the mOre promi nent places of ente.rtainment and bars in this city in connection with a type written letter signed by him for the food and drug department of the Stale Beard of Health, and in which the managers or owners of the places are warned not to sell the goods enum eiated in the letter. Three or four of the articles named by Mr. Taylor are the stuffs out of which cocktails are made, particularly one well-known brand of "bitters," which is imported into the United States for practically no other purpose, Mr. Taylor, as head of the pure food and drug department of the State Board of Health, explained his order as follows: "rt simply is in accordance with the new regulations passed by the Board prohibiting the misbranding of médi as to their curative qualities. There are at least ten brands of 'blt tors' on the market whose labels make pretentious claims to cure all forms of gtomach disorders, and these I have nlarpd under t he manufacturers change the labels. .. xhe order forbids saloon men to kepp these brands on their shelves or 0 ff Pr them for sale. Whenever the manufacturers change their labels to ronform to the law there will be no eines 'taboo' until the objections to the resumption of the sale of the products In the State." js-S* Mr, /°î\ c - Hah r; & 1009 Spruce street, have asked the authorities to locate their seventeen year-old son Norris, who left home on March 27. His mother received a letter from ,llm on A P r11 2fi - stating that he " r b working in the mines at Greens-, burg. Pa . and she answered prompt -1 o' 1 but the letter was returned to her. Growing anxious she wrote to Chief of Police Jefferson Downing of 'bat pl ace . and received a letter | frorn hlm on TuPsda > r ' saying that he 1 hard caused a search of the mines to be madp- hut bad been unab,e to ; learn anything about the youth. The parem8 of young Hahn are i very rauch worrled ' mens Association continues to grow ,n membership. At the meeting of I 'hat organisation last night ten new Q ann o n - William' Steveneon*™ lam a ; P' entze1 ' An Investigation by Coroner Spring of the cgse of Samuel Archie. 1 colored, who was found dead lying In; a toad near Middletown yesterday, 1 revealed that the man came to his death from valvular disease of the i heart. REPORT HAHN AMONG MISSING MORE IN FIREMEN'S RELIEF. The Wilmington Volunteer Flro DIED OF HEART DISEASE. Double Trading Stamps Unlll Noon Store Opea Saturday Until 11 o'clock Cohen & Finkelstein Wilmington's Economy Department Store Watch For Our Next Economy Day FREE! FREE ! FREE ! A $15 All Wool Blue Serge Man's Suit. Further particulars concerning our offer will appear in the Evening papers. Watch for them. See this Suit in our Window. Here are tomorrow's items. CHILDRENS 18c SOCKS AT ... With neat, plaid tops, fast colors; all sizes. 12'/2c MEN'S 65c SHIRTS LADIES' 50c SILK OPCn STOCKINGS AT .... Fine quality, high spliced heel and toe; navy blue and black. 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