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FOUNDED IRAS. A, «vcond Kntrrcd at tli* PostotRce at W iluiinfiim, Pel., el»»» lAMIer. A Hepuhlic»n Newspaper, published deity every except Sunday», by THF. EVLN1NO JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. Fourth and Shipley Street». Wilmington. Del»* are. business Office—Entrance. 10- W. Fourth enroot. afternoon TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. By mail, potiago prepaid. $3.00 a .war. or payable m advano B> carri er, lii ca nt» a *J& cents a month, TELEPHONES : The Huaiti*»» Office. Editorial and Nawa a. Circulation Dcparlmrnt and ill other department« of this ne\v*pnp-r «an he » cached through ihia Pfivata Branch Exchange. Editorial nnd Nee-a Koom«. ISO*. Himmels Office. U24S. 1 Ron Dclanrare Ai Atlantic 82 and 83. VntoBUlir: 3.Î4 Eiftti Avenue. I-.*? South Michigan Avenue. New York Office: Chicago Office -THE EVENING JOURNAL u»»» th« United Pr«»i N«w* •"«."SÄÄfrss » "-r " •sfjS'jZ'! KSr*'..î wf« - Station, riûladelphia, I a. atnhfl 1 « Chestnut Strr Advertiaing rate* on oppHeallon. No attention paid to un»ign»d communications. Thn Aa»ociation of Adverlia tnpoacd of .,11 f l,o g re ni ndver ti»er« of Ihia c Tho Associa* I or at a only na Full rAiiniina American er« ia AÇ'&l The A.nociation of Anvee MmWienn Adverti.ers ha* ex »mined end certified to ,ho circolation of »bi« pub lication. Tho figt'res of circalat.cn contained in the Aaaociotiod a r * non port cnly «re guaranteed. '•i" 1 Assnf ialion ol Ameruan Advertisers "Z „ HM Whitehall Eli, It. ». CiQ • - ii). lion «well pnpert mit t< incut, positiva (iront ■ ubminftd. '.pn ny* ti if ■h»« paper. TUESDAY. JULY 22 . 1913 . Lit V DE I ROSSI Mi VICTIMS. killed and one man was injured accidents One of those killed was a Both T - WO men were mortally in railroad grade crossing In this Stale, on Sunday, rcim-ii physician and the »Hier a retired farmer, men were in automobiles. One machine ran Into the The other was struck by side of a passenîer train, a fast freight train. Both accidents occurred hi un guarded grade crossings, one in Kent and the other Seemingly ■ they resulted from the reek They I lessncFs of the operators ol the automobiles fnllod lo stow down when they approached the cross- i ings and to look and listen before sending their mu chines upon the right-of-way. I Apart from the question of negligence, the fart can- , not be denied that there are In Delaware hundreds of such grade crossings- and that most of them are nn onstl- j That fact Is | recognUed ns keenly by the railroad officials as It Is It Is doubted, however, that i They guarded by either flagmen or lute a constant menace to the public. frites. by the people large. railroads in this State ton have sufficient funds available lo engage In any extensive work of elimination. The outlook Is that* .i.iii of Wtlming the tt will lie many years before all the crossings of rail in the riital»»relions will he alaive or he'ovv | I'D ids gr'ir. It would cost millions of dollars do such an élimination work In its entirely, treasury of even a very rich railroad scarcely would stand such a strain. An operation of that sort, even if contemplated, would be carried over a series of I t i The yexrs on the «cote of expense.. And yet. the mortality due to grade erosshig acci dents in rural Delaware lias been so great that every one must realize that more must he done than is he lug dune lur tiro proteerton of fhoso using auch eross fDgs It Ah' ill coat money to do It. but pnldle senti ■ JWi-nt will force such an expenditure sooner or later. With Hip traffic in onr publie ronds increasing eon Btanf.ly and the number of trains operated on the rail roads swelling steadily, the grade-crossing menace be comes worse all the time. It may be said in lielinlf of the railroads that Hie public owes to them (hd exercise of caution in cross ing Ihn tracks. That Is true. No fair-minded tier eon would rare to put a premium upon recklessness. Despite such an admission. It must not he forgotten that the railroads know they have a responsibility in the matter, Thal. 1» attested clearly by the expensive work of elimination that lias hern done In this city and also by the fact that Magmen, gates, signal-gongs and other safety devices are maintained In many place» by the railroad». The trouble Is that proper safely de vices arc not used In hundred« of places and that, ns a result, trains are slaughtering mir people. In view of surh a widespread condition of danger, the public officials -dhould take up with the railroad officials Ihn matter of reasonable safeguards pending work of elimination and such negotiations should result in benefit not only to the traveling public hut also to the treasuries of the rompantes, whirl, have to stand tho strain of tort clnims which usually arise from grade crussin g ac ;* den t s. General Thomas A. Smyth was one of Delaware's most distinguished soldiers. Public recognition of that fact should have been symbolized many years ago hy the erection here of a suitable memorial. It Is to the credit of puhllc-epiritedi men that the Smyth Monu ment Association is about to undertake the task of raising a fund to defray the expense of placing a monument in honor of the general's memory at the In tersection of the Boulevard and Concord avonne. It has been suggested that Governor Miller manifest his atSffreciatlon of the enterprise by consenting to pre aide at the big rally to be held soon to forward the No douht the many persons interested would be delighted where he to consent to do so. It also is unquestioned that surh a public endorsement of the project by the executive of our Stale would in tensify the Interest in the project and do much to stimulate !*» movement. «HESTER AM* AVIEAIIMJTOAi. I the 'Vorld by flail and AA'atnr." is the slogan of th»- Hoard of Trade of Ches t4 ^-,HEKTE;H tapi If the members of City Council are »»inare In their dealings with the seven-eighths of the taxpayers cud voters of our eitv »ho last _ * i» , »Vilm „»rnr I.vn n i fd Ur 0f AA ilmmgon having a Delaware river waterfront of Its ' own. our Chamber of Commerce soon will be able to Odopt a slogan akin to that of Chester, for this city. too. will tap the world by rail and water, and broad and free water, ai that. City Solicitor Hastings has been directed to test ter and Vicinity. of Trade is a wide-awak«' organisation, so wide-awake that It geU out a monthly official bulle tin, or little newspaper. In which Interesting events bearing upon civic and industrial progress In that »»«c llon are treated. It Is a good one, and the Board In fact, it Is the constitutionality of the Bulkhead Law of 1901. and City Council has directed a committee to consider the Delaware river waterfront question and Ihe acquisi tion of land to give to the city that waterfront. Will, those two Important proceedings in course of undertak ing Wilmington-on-the-Delaware uoon should be an •ntualit?. SHOHT.SICiHTKn K K VI f Ol M AI>S. T lu tbirarterlollc of '••• rl j i m mén lu Kent ronnty to oppose a igorously hii acceptance of the Federal Government's offer lo give $ 10.000 toward the construction of u good road between Smyrna and Do I ver provided Ihr county will spend lllo.oot^ on that road. They are. as a rule, the men who assist»*«! In the hold-np of the drtPont llonlovard project, reason they assign for their opposition to an accep tanee ol the Government's offer is tliat If Hie county were 10 spend $-0.000 on that stretch of road, which is part of the State road, there would be nothing left lor road-building in other parts of the two districts af fected by the Improvement. The dlslanee from Smyrna lo Dover Is approxl I tnalely t weite miles. The $80.000 spoken of above would permit of the paying of tliat portion of the Slate road in such a way that it would be an admlr I aille continuation of the good road work tliat is be ing prosecuted by New Castle county from Wilmington southward. It would mean tliat in a few months. I Th« . I I i 1 j with I he elosiim of the short gaps in New Castle there would he a continuous line of *ood county, road from Wilmington clown *o the Slate capital. It is bo highly Important that the Statt* road he Im proved the length of Kent county that one would think that the people In Kent, reRardless of dis trict I lie *s, would ho glad to avail themselves of the Federal Government*» offer. And yet we find men who should be in the forefront of the good roads move ment. In the midland county proving themselves lo he Hie worst sort of reactionaries and willing that the public should lose the benefit of the $10,00« offered by the rtoveriinient merely that patches of good road may be built Hi sections ot lie two districts other than the section between Bmvrup and Dover. of the .charming things about the Bo-eulled Springer hoirs Is that they are hopelessly hopeful. Every little while one of them drifts Into Wilmington Ote to sec how much of flic present site of our elt.y bc As u' rule the visitor longs to him and bis is so serious, in his quest that he fails to realise that datives. j I . I ■ H In »ißK^rtod 't•amii* of this funds formerly sprut 1 j ; Instead of houuses tn ;* 1 1 r;i< t j j the claim of the Springer heirs has assumed almost | t|,.. proportions.of a national joke. 111 S1M:sS \sstMi LI IONS AND Cl VI*' BETTER AIENT. j I —, I JL HAT a noticeable change Is beginning to take place In Hie purposes and methods of commercial or i ggnjwUlons American municipalities Is asserted i dl (orally by The American City, a magasine 'devoted to It says that [ I the promotion of municipal betterment. , in Mimr homhnsMc literature advertising "nneqnaled ! shipping faelllHei" j* giving way to a scientific study , of | n( . a | industrial and civic conditions. I'erfunelory j statements of -illcgetf reasons why industries should | | oril (,, are being, superseded by facts as to lions conditions mil supervision ot the milk supply. i mtertslmpént of visitors are boing applied to wards better creation facilities for the city's present for and future inhabitants. I funtories, *ito modern moveintiit seeks a sturdy, c^,u | f( ,, Throughout the and . intelligent citizenship. 1 I country. <n fact. Is being evidenced a steadily broaden ing view of civic opportunities for the capitalizing of ■ j I ! ideals. H is '.etd hv th.- magazine refrsrred to above that It I long lias been evident tliat the business associations of the country, with several striking exception«, have I 1 toward failed lo reallre-their onporlnnitica for accelerating the ] civic betiemriit. ('oinniuiilcntions t from many sneh assneiatiomr show a lack of definite 'programme ft is contended that in the last analysis I such organization« loo often exist, not because Tif any j fundament;,I purpose, lint rather because of the per slstenee of one or more leading spirits. There may he a hint tn tlie »hove for some of Hie elvic associations in our own city and Fiale which have enterprise Imt no fundamental purpose or defi nite programme. It was said once of à belligérant Irishman hy one of except The inhabitants of the Balkan Stale;, seem to tie afflicted w-|lh the same disease. his countrymen that he was "never at peae, when he was fighting." i ; 1 Evervonc is dellglited that Jaek London has survived ! the surgical operation he rbeenlly underwent and that he soon will lie able to resume work »in the charming stories he has In course of preparation. i < ,) j , . I I j j i I One thing horomes clearer every minute It Is Hint the National Association of Manufacturers made a mls take when it employed Colonel Mulhall ns its eonff dential agent. GEMS OF THOUGHT xee;,eataoa»a> authentic flngerpolnts are few.— Roads are many; Carlyle. j A sound »'onscience is :« lirai« n wall of defense.— I From the Latin. Ignorance gives a sort of eternity to prejudice and •perpetuity lo error. — Rotiert Hull. Every nmn bus In himself eoverefi a continent of iindts j A'irtne Is like precious odors, most fragrant where | they are Incensed or « rustled; for prosperity doth best i discover vice, but adversity doth best dlUcovef virtue. I _ j ixooc-jcgv j ' I 1 i Well, old T3 is about liait gone and nothing hut | good luck in this section so far.—Florida Times- j L'nion. i ; Sugar and wool have done a great deal toward effacing sectional lines In American politics.—Wash- I inB Slur 1 • • • Judging by the health record at Uettvaburg those ' old vets are good for a war or two yet-Harrisburg Mappy who acta the Colum nius to his own soul.—S«r J. Stevens. 1 By doing good with his nmn « y i man, as it were, stamps (he im.itp «if Hod upon It and makes it pass current for the merchandise of Heaven.- -Rutledge. —Anonymous. «X» oococxoaxKxxc :Wifh the Paragraphes : ccarfOs o oo M oeimoK o eeot»: * David Lamar Is the kind of, practical joker t liât ought to be suppressed.—Harrisburg Star. Telegraph. : • • . ; 1 These dreadful stories about lobbying at AVasiung j ton must b< shocking indeed, to those i were tiorn yesterday.—Provldi uce Tribune. , persons who | ! have discovered Ihe solution of the Mexican I hrohiem -Turn th« Tammany ligi'r loose dovén ihire and watch the country berenie a mere hole in the 1 mai).— SelM-iifetady Union-eP»r. "Home Run' Bakers drives In Hie memorable world I f "' r '"i* are h-glnplng to r.mie hack to earth. Miles nty. Minn., reports a storm of "hailstones" as big as bosehalla.—New York Kvenina Sun. NEW NEWS OF YESTERDAY The Law Offices of the Famous Charles O'Conor president of the Confederacy was held | lor trial on the charge of treason. I O'Conor became widely known m 1NÎ2, ' w hen lie was nominated loi the Presi I demy at-a convention held in Louisville, ! / By HollandL Charles OXVmor, who died in IH84, at the age of SO. waa for many yan tlm rival i>f William M. fcvart» as leader of flu* American bar. O'Conor With very atfong Demoernt. iireeley he went upon the hail bond ol Horace, .letfeihon I hi vis. at the time the e\ Ky., which represented tliat portion of I Ho- Démocratie party which was unwill- ! iag to support Mortice (ireeley tor Pres ident. Mr. O'Conor declined the honor, Imt was nominated and voted tor In j spile of his resignation. lie recicved ] about 30,000" votes, k A year later gained even wider prominence as the i senior counsel employed in the proseei. ] tion of the Tweed ring conspirators. The j was in Mr, O'Conor'» . ' lor many years diaries OConot «a« retained m Iruuing tintl louai hii gut ion, one of the most conspicuous of | which Wit- the tu moils Edwin !■ «irrest di voice suit. Act, jiotwillistandlng Mr. ! O Conor s prominence ns a lawyer and the wealth which he gained in the prac lice ..I this profession, he was ai man of thr* utmost «impurity ot lit«*, lins rinn* aeteristie vvaa especially noticeable in the arrangement of his law otHccs In Now York city. W hen I was a law student I used oc i'asioinilly In visit Charles OVonor in his olliees which were established in a build-j ing called 'Maimeey Court." This was of fliCHC proseeutioii* great nieuHiicc due to work. ns quaint a building as could be found even in the Inns of Court, London, where the lawyers of former times were aecli* .. . lo bnvo their oflices. A ranr shackle staircase on the outside offered the only means of entering the building or departing from if. In a suite of two or three rooms cine of winch opened dnectl.v on this ittlc st.iircase, the pro eiiiiiieiitly great lawyer, Charles () onor, hud Ins offices. I otten ""tiled Hat was about a« luire of tin mime as the cell of a monk, is was ol the rudest and ... „ _ 1 onimoi'plaer desn ipi mn. I he lloor of Hie offn es was covered vvilli tine sand and any Isslv who went in then always brought out footprints in the ... , Mi O* onor was very Rind to me 1 a I"" 'V- 1 ' 1 , 1 «Ifik-* ii *»ur Inurtlo-on in flu* roml ysrd, and Mr. (M onor fr$*f|Uf*nt|y Imm^lit l*riyJit rod applr-* yaw* tlinn to n>* Mill' a In that \\. with him. to *»y to him: "Mi O't'nmn you havo t hi*2most s|»ar*o Iv fnrni-hril law olle "h m Now \ork. What there vvi of the most ns and ■ Irtly grace, a) I got pretty well .'icqiniiiilcd that one day I ventured Why. ovon mhho of flu- ToihIk law haxr mon* rirhh* furiiisliod oftha's. Tint .. ... J Mini upon tnr Moor, hut it I • Mi pet upon H»** Mu,.r ,.» dis. one,Tied ' "i"' ■ i wr. ic-iv (hink, huf I find that -and Hie lie-i kind of llooi furniture for my "' ,irr " what puzzle- me is why yon sand yonl (1*an instead of having a rug or carpet on it*" ith a "He looked at mV -r whim 11 v I w in ■\iv i sieal -.mite and there was a me kle in his eye as he said are not afraid f rliettls romi' t ill« •' ' have to put a mv office- Hiev »ii'.l I Hull they I»i"li( I tainly would to - • I from Hin ho-ines- », ' don't know nr, me, Hintr oiiml- distract hi, Ii 'irnnght then, what other I: ■t. me. lE.opvriolit'. 1*113. hy E \ll right- reserved.) i Edward«. Tomorrow 'lr. Edwards a Precious Relic Wa- Pm Into Shape." ill teil I low Hood EH Milt EL \TIO\ \ E MEETINL There will he ni'ongregatlonal meet ing held at Hanover Presbyterian I'hnreh on AVednesday evening nexi, to i-onslder the plans for a new addition to ihe church. The plans weEr made by E L -Rice. Jr and are approved of by tho official boards of the church .* \ (loviei, has been added to Hie Im-trlralronlnmenl of* Hi. a.ilou.'. ' . j -i. . , ' .... f..,.' diiee the nun,l" r of B_ n, «lit I u« 1 I night driving on , ily si i n ' vice dims the ht-ndliicnte l»y tn« ' ] ''""'h ol H button, and n r, ty a s away with the Intense glare vmJi «« oft i'ii has caused needless accKiema on | i . ,, .... I signed hy .1. AV FBxgcrald. and ig no» being used on the IMacn lighting and starting ssslem. Th« number of injuries -reported by the Detroit police from accidents.! i anEed by (be sudden blinding of an I automobile driver from the glare . the new, powerful electric headlights | Tlie police declare that the | NIGHT DANGER ENDED BY NEW LIGHTING DEVXE and thickly traversed Til«' device was d« well-lighted thoroughfares. I is l;«rp" »tents down 'niaterlally. oner the mechanism be» omes generally adopt- i ed among antomohlle owners. The light, hy the usi Invention, is dimmed only »in well- ! lighted street*. an d can he turned on I full strength instantly when the < ar j Is run into districts not Well light- | 0(1 ' rh<> of (1, viee Is cousis- j , *' n, AA'Mh th«- police regulstions. at T the rear "of "the the"f«n ] flent and also a light threelly reflect-! ins »... the licence number. This permits the easy detection of joy rid era The rear lights are so wjr«d i that they cannot he'put out by the operator from the seat e\r» pl in eon nt-ctlon with the hiadlights. Anoili» r advantage which the Disco j gysiein now offer« Is the reserve pow er of 11» motor. This tiny motor can he used to move the car quickly out of the way in ease of a failure of the engine in the midst of congested street traffic. Police Commissioners wel come th»so Improvement« over the o' d BghHng system* as a big step in advance in effecting ideal traffic eon ditlons In the city streets, new Dis» of (he new RHEUMATISM AND THE HEART. Don't overtook the grave fuel that ..notion, en-ily "-etth"* in the heart, ' ami di'tnshs the'valvular aote-n. 1 lie ; cure eon-Uf» in removing the cau-e. | >t l'oins! Iirn t lie klilnoys that tiny koop I.I..O.I tic „I I.. ,11 .1 on, ». „I r ->. («nut luck.« Im. ni inn.v I« r-L'iii II tes I I ,|i-t in lii'<l liesrl >« t Km I ly tfiein. | \ B Diwerth. Market an,I Seetind j AVihnintrton. He!.- Adv ' GOSSIP OF THE COURTS BT FLANEUR. this year, wbieli is the actual jubilet ot Qneen Alexandra landing in London as a bride, an.I the country has awakened to tlie fact The hope tliat Lady Wll-j ton, president ot the committee, ev-1 pressed last .lime "that next year all Britain will follow London's lend," is being more than fulfilled. Edinburgh. Belfast, < nrditl. Manchester, Liverpool.. Leicester. Coventry and oBIton are among many great cities ami centers of industry having taken part m a demon «(ration of loyally and good w ill w hich. should substantially benefit the hospi tala and charities.- whose welfare the la loved queen mo.her lias so much at heart. . The great magnitude of the undertak ing is evidenced by tin- tuet that tjfts lie!.'ear thirty-nine committees were at work, while there were only fourteen last year. One noticeable improvement was Hie; substitution of light tin money box ea for the rather eumbiTso.iie affairs tor merly earned. Anulh«,r vjnw tl.e more, art ist, c arrangement ol the wild roses, mto trails, wreaths and Mpruys lor liais, vehicles, horses or whatever form '»f udornnient n lose can In- used lor Iht sides Hie inevilhblc hi*ten hole. Tin: nig lloral As. loo, which last year' were rather stdf, were very, graceful. A triiini)diant "Alexandra Day." for which the brilliant ro*e fete of ItU'J might b«* called a drew* rehearsal, is what the committee has arranged tor I'lir p**rsonn<*l of tin* rxwulm* rum mittee is practically the same, with the) addition this year ul a mulls committee, on which Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart, Mr Ernest Hatch and the land Mayor are serving. Many of the Isdyl members were soiling (lowers and offering hospi-! tality follower sellers. Lady Mayo, Lady Dnndomild, Lady Duilliiore ami Viscountess Parker. Lady Cart Meyer, Lady Hardy and Mrs. Shaw are throw ing open their tiousTs to the (lower sol 1er» in the neighborhood, who were pro-i vided with luncheon and tea. Among business establishments, the Commercial nmn Insurance Company card loi thirty and the Steam Navigation Com pany tor twenty ladies. Hotels and res taillants did the same Mow er •sellers had a notable recruit in the Pnneess Thilln anyl T.ivis. Lady (Ira»more and Biovvne was at the Kitz Hotel; Cert rude. Lady Disns, nssisteil |, v tin- Hon. Miss Lninli. at Riimpelmuy ■ ,, r » ; Lady Biuwnlow Ci-eil and Lady < arvagh took different pails ot Pieea 'hit.' laiily-Alexander, f.adv Tree and .Miss Janet Steer, with a large i-onlnw «"" t 0 ' ... "1 tresses, wer .. flirty all clay at Harrml'a, wIkmo Mr. EDITORIAL OPINION MIDI» ROADS A Ml POLITIES. From the Dover State Sentinel. \\c agree with our esteemed con temporary; the Delawarean. In what it says about embracing the offer of in Hie improvement of the roads of ..Kent county. It will pardon . , jl»ow«*v« r. It \w n ier to itü tilçnlflcant attempt to play polities in making the iannouiieenienl and cuii.iiiendii.g the project. . • ,1 he projet , s s, , eres:;fullj roM. pleled it Will I,, i(t the cost of all the. i-[people, and III" load will he the prop erly of all Ho people. If. as seems 10 1,0 ,h '' ..pporlunity came i In NatUin.il Hovel niiicnl. to assist Kf oui present Senator and Repre sentatives, they could »lo no less, with out neglect of duty, to gtaup It in 'I"* interest ot Hi, Kiel, and not attempt to (ire-cnipt it toi the DeUlOcEalic part v Hovernineiii ol ten Hionsand dollars towards liuildillg a stale road should I,,, i mhra» , d hy Kent Comity If Hie National Hovermnent is willing to aid ns we most assuredly should take advantage ol il AA E MIHI El» I AhE I I. From the Dover Republican 'lit, oit, r of Hie l'uil,*d Slates lin - Moi nlng News dlSdlssilig the pi,q. i,sillon says; I ''■> e is a gift from Hie government. *v till conditions which the »*ourt | should be glad to comply with i H "' ! 1,0 U,,, ° lowt »crept '.ffer. Abe advantages ot ai'eepting the of'r of (In: government are obvious. | When Ihe AA'alls art providing for the building of Improved roads in Kent|Hn»n passed we suggested lhal action , ip („j,,,,, ,,„der the law to Improvcw ,( 1r highway from Sniyrna lo Dover | fol , 8UC | 1 improvement would mean j that in a very short time we should have a boulevard from Claymout In i,^ northern part of this country lo ( |„. st„(e capital . something that Is DlTvIU AI PllDI* Ti ITCHING ECZEMA ^"Cleveland, o.. June 3, lfi13:—"About yearn ago my hands woidd get v( ,, v j-ed—then little blisters would ,. oni ,, w ji|| ., us in them. They w ould jt( j, a|ll | „„ tbmt I could not sleep ^ **« " f ""**?**'■ *»ttt fh«y did me no good ' v " rr out doteu. of pairs ot rubber »>«'•"«< »hing them when w,irking in water untl still the eczema stayed. highly desirable. l ut In Kent county some inflnen Years of Suffering Immediate Relief, I used everything people told ■ "About three years ago I read about Reslnol Soap and Hesinol Ointment, land at once hoiuht some at the drug store. They gave me immediate relief. and after using two jars of Résinai Ointment and a cake of Reslnol S»iap. I can honestly say that ray hands are cured I has beyn three years already since I am cured, and the ecsema has not returned. 1 really can't say enough about Reslnol" (Signed) Mrs Chas. p. Winchester. 3204 Carroll Ave Better pro»)f. even than such a let ter is to try Rfsinol yourself an«] sec how quickly the trouble disappears. Hesinol Ointment and Hesinol Soap are so ],| py ail druggists Free trial; 1)p , -, R 'Kestno!, Baltimore. Mil O,-. /I M 1 w ^ CoMiin»ro poi»on and |l|lf «JT n.rtouwdlull.'rrnath W HY NOT CURE YOURSELF? Pf»,—(at», or w» «hip exprrx» ptfai'd «ia»» ofll. FonrsOi«')s»»' , '»'f« <1 pa r,< '®* ,t - •«»»>*■ c=ww.»-». <-n.. Claki—M A Richard Hnrbtpe, the managing director,. had boon arranging very expensive dec-1 orations in the show rooms. The Hon. | Mrs. Harry Lawson and •liss I'hyllis 1 llroupliton wore organizing and selling j ;i ( (fi t , Ibittn*. Lady Mary t'eoke had the ■ chief depot at Chelsea and I lie majores* of Kensington (Lady Hewiït) at 1 Queen's gate. —— Several London firms with many | branches ordered roses tor their shops. | There was also a stall outside the Lon- j don Pavilion, and stalls in all (he under ground railway stations, it would be | impossible lo name a par; ot the me-i tropolis w here one was not asked to i wear a w ild rose in honor of Queen At-! exandra. pict urempie new feature was a-" steam trolley transformed into a ear m j | roses, which perambulated Mie streets I | carrying lour particularly energetic and I i ultractive (lower sellers! At" Camden j \ Town the de|mt was in the Hippodrome. 1 whose vestibule was "Maboratelv deco-| i rated jj _ . houses were Homily I .. ... , i... ... .... | «oval (Queen' Alexandra s ,,,uighter) has „,. t nll admirable exa.npte |)V „ r ,,, ir , „ V( . rv l;1| . um , striking ( j CH jj^ n (ol t j M , f ru '„( 0 f | u , r lmV n rrfli* in (he shape of crowned interlaced | double A's which are Queen Alexandra'» lllonogrilm ' Hm .|, „„ 1IM . R f or „„tepu &( , j nHil | t> | 1)llllM . decora: ion | vo| ,J,, exceedingly effective rose brunches j were sold lor putting in vases, cm stair msc*»s und su on. Tlip Hut trail« si lit aide tor laying across tables, were very ] pretty, with deep pink blooms and dark i gloasv leaves. Among hnsv thorough 1 Tares'Pall Mall was the most decorated j throughout, while Eaton Square w ith nineteen houses in it showing taseteful schemes of decoration was well worth seeing. j Queen Alexandra drove through the streets halting a Kensington Hall to accept'a bouquet of the blossoms as a token of homage. - Tlw> resolution of the Town council ' 0) p al -is curried hv -i great ma ion tv , lmt the'Legislature give* women a vote* - n: t i„, , n umei|ial elections, is no incon sidurahle event. ^lt may have been pin tonic. Even so. it means a ripening ot ' what i* known as the women's question, the doings of the suffragettes notw ith atnnding. What enhances its sigmli . .nice is that it f,Bowed at so short an interval the pronouncement of Baron d'Estonrnelle*. as spokesman on behalt of the .Senate on the occasion ot the Matin Hrund Prize for heroism awarded to Mme. Manouvrier, and the hon.eeom i»jr v f .Suruli fk'rnhurdt from Ikt hov I ; Hal persons thought that the pateh i work system should he followed, that 'a road here and there should be im proved. with the result that there would he no continuous stretch of good highway. ( Nothing has been done, therefore, i towards an. improved road between «nvma and Dover until the news Of ti)«* government became known Wp • that Mr Kenney the rountv cr |s heartily in favor ol (hé improvement The eltliena oll Smvrug and Dover, as well as th./farmers , 1 |„n ); the highway, should bestir,, ■ themselves and not 1er (his nnnnr. , u ( , . ,, ' . !..... I ynr-nr slip by | i .nginee,- Kenney bellbves that we! should accept this offer and already ! he lias surveyed and laid out-., plan vv HI insure ns »-good road t0 the Kent County liiyg. j tlu.t ROAD REFOR^Lft F EDED. I- rent tin H.eorgeM lien ivinitrkalile improrejin nt "• in met hods of fnrniing in this count v j which, has beeji M o much comment , upon in Hie hist lew year-, I marked than ever fid.« vest i |adaptability of thiwr soil,, ln>ex Bepnb Tlie i- more The Ini crops ami are planting accordingly, lie j cause they fin«l it pays. Tlie light sandy soils which once mark» I our "poor ' | tarins, are now paying he* ter ^returns | than li;e heavier quality mmN. On Hie i western side of Hie county the farmers are growing aer««, of sweet potatoes and e.nlalpupes and making money. To inatoe» are breoming an important crop; | every cross road» almost now ha- a tol mato factory and few towns have less Kent|Hn»n two or three, and Hie quality ot the tomatoes delivered to these isetor 'es is equal to those grown anywhere. | Sussex lias already made a reputa-1 j lion as a grower, of »I raw her ries and is in, rs ol '1«, count v up. learning •ertuiii ■ . _I_ % Reduced Prices On High-Grade Go-Carts Here is an opportunity to purchase one ol the newest ov'LcIs in Go-Cartv at greatly reduced prices. The vacation season has jj created quite a demand for the small collapsible cart that can be easily Ü folded up and carried on the trolley car, boat or train. They are finished in green, black and blue, and are equipped with folding hoods, not only convenient l»FWtf ,0 use> * 1ut '"expensive as well. Worth special 19 f 4/ $«. 50 ; $4.50 at Superior construction and the best quality of ma i terials are used in manufacturing our Go-Carts and ! Carriages. At a glance you will see that the baby's Comfort and Safety has been well provided for by ji the designers. At in-between prices we show a great variety of styles and finishes in the wood and reed bodies. Other prices d*/? AA ÛÎOK! from . .- »PÖ.UUl l* TO t>jO Est. of Edward H. Brennan 219-221 Market Street. Huring July and August this store will close Saturdays at I p m. Open Tuesday evenings as usual eiffh tour of llto United States, the long eat one site ever made, and tin* most fatiguing, (hough site is willing to be gin again. As time cannot tell upon her. save in mellow lier gilts, one may speak ol lier in Hie point of years as the "O. •• IV.," as we used to speak of Gladstone jus the (J. O. M. Çhe played i hrongh |tlie six months of lier tour twiee a day on all tile days of the week, and some times gave readings from religions purl of "Sainte Therese of Catulle Mondes"' on Sundays. She feels overjoyed at finding herself oneo more In Paris. In a lew days she goes to Belle Isle, off the south coast of Brittany, to recoup phy ideally. It is an ideal place for a rest cure, the spray of the Atlantic being 0 rejuvenating, and trippers being afraid to cross over the rough channel in the coekel-sholt steamer that plies between that place and the mainland. U p r plans are the quiet reading of man nscript plays offered for her theater un *'l mid-September, when sbe goes io (London, staying there until the end ol 'Ad »her. Then back to play a revised and good deal altered "Princesse Loin '""Ift' l,t whlch Ko8tBm ' Imu * bcl " '"»rhing. , Hie hero me to whom a jury, culled ^rom the bourgeoisie, petty and higher, »"Arded the fin.INHt francs prize for hero ' Mni » Mme. Manouvrier, wife of a peu» »nt '» rn "r in Hie north ol France, was by friends, who came to eongratu '»'c .her. tending hay in the orchard * IK t° l* 1 * K°°d looking. lunnc<i I''.A «I»' 1 ' »>•' '« r "' work, looks about six or and twenty, is quite lame, and often ,inilH Mm spots in her legs, where tl "' removed to graft on the ! badly burnt body of her step-son, s<> 1 1 '° 1 ° Hs to '"''it. But she is ready to 1 begin again should those still unhealed | burns call for fresh sacrifice. The limb 1 that n '°* 1 ,-,,t ,ronl grows black "' M ' n s,le tl "" been walking lor son« | It seemed to her, ns she is fond of her I husband, and Inis almost more than a 1 mothers love tor the youthful step i son, only natural to sacrifice herself, "be" Hie surgeon asked it any Olio w *>'ild volunteer. She was noted befor* "m operation lor her robust physique, her cheery temper and willingness as n worker. Her health has been impaired by I'B this vivisection. Will any "eix 'hnsiasf for "research" in the interest of seiem e and the lininan race submit to such an ordeal ; Kora woman, and especially ns a "mere step-mother," this '"""er woman towers far and awa; ou ' r lllan . v '"en. (Copyright. 1013. by A D. Jacobson.) potato, cantaloupe, ami tomato growing R, 'ils ot Sussex are varied that with proper methods | tarnniig, it is remarkable the varied 1 crops that can be grown Act we have ; t! "'nsaii,l» », acres of land uncultivated rtn " tliounamJ» of acre» onlv paituillv î «'wHîvmIcü. I*hc county »8 just com inieneing to develop its agriculture! po;, I "^'''ti' , 1 " , ' i " 1 b, ttcr loa,|H and kets. the growth would he more rapid i I'hey will come. The imreuaed prodne tivencss of our land will in time bring 1,b "."' ' h, ' s •■ Danspor ;^'""' A ' I'"'*"» ** " r " -ufleniig f""" T" ,* ' n "" h T C ; ■" "«r ''"■illy "dm. trat ion n, the past and present I he welfare of the politician and »t (Hie party lias been the main object ol i the county administration's concern no sleep lias been lost worrying lover the condition ol our roads, the I county's liinne-i. l eonditum, or Hie tax meieased harden. « When Hie countv administration he maintaining Hint record as Hie largest grower of s', raw berries in Hie world, but it will soon rival that record in sweet ot mode.- ot transportation to city in.it' i pavers' 1 ami ■ ( renies a hn-ine, administration and Hie county atlans ate /on tn a business way, ill come and money col ill not lie waste,) in experiment | ing. and re),airing (,oor roads, but will i |„> used, every penny, to linild permit ■ | nenl roads. , making progrt'ss along these lines, slow Iv. Imt Hi,- »-«nintv is advancing along I agricultural lines by leaps and hounds in spite ot thes, handicaps. Our people will not much longer put up with our present system id i-ounty administration, which i's not onlv untl quoted hut worn mil ami has outlived | whatever, merit it «nee possessed, tt is I nails ; u-rtiMi In Hie iiicuiiliine vve arc only a question of time when our people. ! knowing their advantages, will re»-og ni(e their need» in county affairs, de j iinind reforms and get then,.