and Trust Companies
United States Far Outstrips All Other Countries of the World in Material
Possessions. Potential Part Played by One Form of Banking. One
fourth of America's Garnered W ealth Held in Xrustesship by Trust
Wealth U definite, positive and
»uring A practical age like the present
measures the prosperity of a nation, a
State, a corporation and an individual
by the accumulation of which each is the
possessor. In recent years this nation
ha* been making tremendous strides to
ward all that make* for material proa
perity. The assertion that the United
States is the richest nation in the world
is no idle boast; it is a well-attested
fact. So wide is the margin between
our national wealth and mat of th«
nearest rival, Great Britain, that the
realm of King George is not even a close
second, and France, Germany and Russia
ire far out-tripped. The figure* ns com
piled for Ifll2 and, consequently, the
tatest, frtirly dazzle even th*. e » iio arc
teeùatomed to deal w ith the larger tinan
cirri statements. For a nation not yet a
century and a half old, the United!
Elates has an accumulated wealth that
is marvelous. The figures of the wealth
of nations ns tabulated for BU 2 by one
of the accepted authorities of this coun
United State* .$130.00n.OQO,fNM)
Great Britain and Ireland So.ouo.iso.noo
. 40 . 000 . 000.000
86 . 000 , 000 , 0(10
. 20 . 000 . 000,000
. 0000,000 000
. 5 . 000 , 000 , 0'0
2,400, 000 , 00(1
The national debt of the United States,
October 1, 1012, was 62.000,750,14S. Mnr
reloua ss are (he figures of oui » eslth
• s a nation, however satisfactory to our
national pride is the comparison with
other great countries, the full extent
cur financial progress is not understood
without reference to that tnngib'e. col
lateral wealth which is repre*rnted
artual money or the equivalent thereof
It is here (hat the growth of a part of
our wonderful, banking svsrem crov
its influence in die national life.
Italy .. i-y.
A Wonderful Influence.
glnnee at the above'figure* show that
America'» trial wealth is 6l30.tt00.0n0..
000 . Represented in thi« vast aggregate,
how great a part dp the 1500 or more
Fashion Hints by May Manton
TWO GOWNS FROM ONE DESIGN.
Who. not accustomed to studying
such matters, would suppose for an
Instant that these two gowns were
evolved from the same foundation; vot
each. Is .the fact. In one case, the
•blouse Is made with a yoke and short
sleeves and is worn over the skirt In
middy style; In the other, they are
cut to the wrists, the blouse Is cut a
little shorter and is drawn up at the
waist line but. while the changes are
réaîly simp!», the ' effects are widely
different. The skirt Is made In five
gores ar\d Is one of the best possible
rno^çis to launder and, consequently.
It Is especially to be considered for
the washable. fabrics that are in de
mand for mid-summer,
galatea are favprlte
malting gowns of either sort but the
patterns can be- put to a great many
one for wear over the odd skirt used
Just as one Would a regular Xorfoljt
. or middy. The blouse drawn In at the
waist line can be worn with any odd
skirt Just after the manner of a shirt
waist quite as well as with a skirt to
match. In July, the geenral ten
dency is toward the use of cotton and
linen materials but women who are
preparing for camping will like this
gown in khaki or in cotton poplin or
perhaps serge, for 'the nights and
mornings are cool in the mountains
cr at the seashore.
For the medium size, the blouse
wlft require 4 yards o? material 27,
2 5-8 yards 36 or 2 1-8 yards 44 in
ches wide, with 1-2 yard 27 for the
collar and cuffs when made of dif
ferent material; the skirt 6 1-4 yards
27, 3 3-4 yards 36 or 44 inches wide.
Thé width of the skirt at the lower
edge is 2 yards.
The May Manton pattern ot the
blouse 7866 Is cut in sizes from 36 to
42 Inches waist measure. It will be
mailed to any address by the Fashion
Department of this paper, on receipt
o! ten cents for each.
The 1 loose blouse is a good
The above pattern and other May
Manton Patterns described in THE
EVENING JOURNAL and all the pat
terns made by the May Manton Pat
tern Company can also ha obtained
lot 10 cents from
THE SMITH-ZOLLINGER CO.
Fourth and Market Sts.
CRYING FOR HELP
Lots of I» in Wilmington, But Daily
The kidneys often err for heip.
Not another organ in the whole body
mors deücateîy constructed ;
Not one more important to health.
The kidneys arc the filters of the
.When they fail the blood hebomes foul
tuff poisonous.- •
There can be no health where there is
Backache is one of the frequent indi
3 |ißeil« of kidney trouble.
It is often the kidneys' cry for help.
Hged it. *
iRead w hat Doan's Kidney Pills have
ddn* for overworked kidneys.
« .Head what Doan s have done for Wil
Mrs .Frank. C. Conner. .514 East Rev
wwi.. .nT ,ngt r"' 2Ï- S,V#; t Ä 1
Ijad backache yd P*.™.««™« my k.d
ache* and pains Thev are a'fine kidney
For sal-hr all dealers. Brice 5« cents.
rofter-Milhum Co Buffalo, New York.
sale agents.for the United tPates
1 Remember the name — Doan i — and
take so ether
rea»-itru*t companies of the notion piny? The
| answe* is profoundly impressive,
1 An Impressive Comparison.
| Trust companies guard a treasure con
\ •* rv ". ti . v f'- v «» WWOMpW
I of which gmnd total at lco.-t ,?(0,(V3n,
: qoo.ooo represent» , wealth which the
companies ) rrteet a* trustees aim guai
'diaus, and the remainder stand*- tor the
value of their own hanking resource*.
| Tims the tru-t companies hold In their
! keeping at least one fourth of the na
j tion's garnered wealth. A sum equal to
i more than one-third of the total w ealth
1 °f Great Britain and Ireland and more j
! than one-half of the wealth of France
anil Germany i* under the control of the
: American trust companies, mid the
1 amount almost equal* Russia'* entire
I treasure, and surpasses that of Au*
| tralia, Italy and the numerous lesser
| One quite naturally inquire»?
lit that tin* trust companies nave forged
forward at an swift and so substantial
a pace? The answer is found in the in
1 creasing readiness with which men of
j wealth and business sagacity are making
trust companies the executors and tru*
1 tees of-their e-tote*. Assured that their
I wishes and purpose* w ill be carried out
to th* letter, knowing that rigid law s
j and intelligent supervision, under the
I guida ne of the several stales, will be
j followed, and confident that men, spe
j Hally selected for the service they are to
, render because of their integrity, and
: even experience, the possessors of targe
! ami e> ( n modest Orrip-e*. .are giving to
I the trust companies the care of their e*
|tales nt death -.-.rilier than commit them
to the hazard of individual control. It is,
j therefore, not strenge that a nation, the
wealth of which is represented in a «um
I so great a* to dazzle tne average man,
ofinds its prosperity an eloquently re
fleeted in its financial Institutions which
| net only act a* hankers but ns gu.ar
iü(dians. custodians and ns general watch
.man of the products ef drift and fore
(eight. Add to thia statistical attesta
s«|tion the additional fact that not one dob
j lar held in trust by the trust companies
] of America lin* been lost through the
dishonesty of an official, and the in.tpg
ritv of the companies and their worth
«. 1 A.
1 : 6
BRIDGEVILL-E. Deb. July 23.—The
young men of this town are giving
a house party at Rehoboth far two
Design by May Maniok.
7866 Middy Blouse, 36 to 42 bust.
75 [ 5 Five Gored Skirt,
22 to 32 waist.
PEOPLE AT REHOBOTH
Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL.
weeks occuping the Elder Cottage.
(Those present are Misses Lais Ward,
Mary Radrllff, Mildred Curry, Lillian
Sudler, Sallie Harris, Mabel Spence.
Mary Messick, Miss Lynch of Phila
idelphia. Mrs. Lillian Moore,
Allen, Waltan Smith, Warren Newton,
Linden Owens, Russell Short, Alfred
Carey. Bradford Jones and Stanley
Leduman —Mrs. T. C. Curry has re
turned home from a two weeks visit
friends in Greensboro.—Young
of the town gave a yachting
party down the Nanticoke river
starting from Seaford on Friday
Bessie Hash. Elizabeth Gray. Flor
! ence Short, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Lean Cannon, Mr. and
Mrs. Roland Rankin of Hartford.
Conn., Clayton Eliott. C. C. Lewis,)
i H. W. Cannon. Frederick Records,
Ted Lewis. Harry W. Rawlins and C.
8 . Todd —Misses Anna Melson, Mln
n)e Spence. Saille Sullivan, Anna
Dickerson. A. D. Brewlngton. Frank
s , mrson , Flwnod Bennett and Walter
O'Harris spent a fortnight at Reho
: bot}> Bpach P _ M rs. George Lartmore.
of Wilmington is spending a week
T, ' ,,h Mra - Simeon Tucker —Mr. and
Mrs. E. Lee Culver spent Monday In
Philadelphia,—Mr. and Mrs. William
Rambler Cottage at Rehoboth Beach
l for the remainder of the season.
Those in the party are:
Misses May Records, Minnie Elliott,
L. Gray and family are occuping the
FOR DAINTY READERS
T err dressy froek in dark blue char
meuse satin, the high waisted skirt hav
pane! front and tiny plaits a the
•ides. The bodiee opens over a vest ot
white tucked gauze and is trimmed j
with a eollar ot green silk.
nnke, average si;
l ost t
S yds. 27-in material a $1 a ycl. . .fffl.qt)
1-2 yd. satin for trimming
No. 4flttn. Skirt Fizcs 21, 22, 24. 2«,
2k 30 and 32 waist. Price ot pattern.
15 (T-nts. No 4'<1II. Waist. Fiz.es, 32.34,
36, 36. 4't. 42 Price of pattern 15 cents.
For sale by Cronby and Hill Company,
6(15, fit)7 and GO!) Market street.
AUTO HITS TREE;
Fpe-ial to THR EVENING JOt RK \f.
marriage license taken
under the new marriage law- wa« taken
Saturday by f-amuel C. Palmer' arid. Sat -
lie 31. Hitchens, both of Lewes',
were married nf flip SI. I>. parsonage by
the Rev. W, \V. .Johnson.
A state executive meeting of the W
T. T. U. will be held at Rehoboth on
Thursday. July 23,
While running at a high rate of speed
in hi* automobile. Kenneth M vers ran
into a tree. Fortunately he
Del., July 23.—The srrond
nut in es
A large force of engineers and survey
ors from the United State* Engineering'
rViiartmnu* at Wilmington, is making a
T■*" cy of the propoteil route Of the
The gn* producing engine on the (tail
ing steamer Ettssex, of the Delaware
Fish Oil Company, his been giving the
company much trouble lately. Expert*.
upon making an investigation, found the
pines clogged up with waste, etc., which
kept the gas from the engines.
WHY HL DOLS IT.
Or. Howard Gives Rce-mns for Sell
Ing at Haif-Frire.
It isn't often that one has faith
enough in their medicines to be will
ing to offer to refund the money if it
does not cure, but Dr. Howard's I
rpeclfic (or the cure of constipation I
and dyspepsia is sold on that plan.
"The Dr. Howard Co., In order to
get a quick Introductory sale author- |
ized X. B. Danforth, to sell the
gular fifty cent hottle of thetr sped
lie for half price, 25 cents and al
though they have sold a lot ot it and
guaranteed every package, not one
has been brought back as unsatis
We are still selling the specific at
half price, although we cannot tel)
how long we shall be able to do so.
Any person who is subject to con
stipation. sick headache, dizziness,
; liver trouble. Indigestion or a gener
j al played out condition, ought to take
! advanta 8 e ot this opportunity. If the
; spécifié does not cure them. Dr.
Howard will refund your monee-. For
sale by X. B. Danforth. Market and
j Entrance examinations, Tuesday
and Wednesday. September 9 and 10,
rrrrTore to rxvc jriV c
F -LLC1 RIC IRONS and FANS
; On the mark t.
vint ViCUUm Cleaner. Wc HâVC
one machine to rent out.
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1913
GEO. A. HARTER,
Attention For the
We carry the best makes of
Wc ate agen's for the Sturtc
The Elsmere Electric Co
LU 4561 A.
FASHIONS AND FADS
Snappy looking sailor haï» bave white
hemp brims and puffed black velvet
Colored eyelet batiete in combined
with chiffon and taffeta in the *ame cos
On some of the new white voile
dresses for afternoon printed voile 1 *
need oddly like a bolero.
The frilly fichu of net continue* to be
the moat charming flnieh for the simple
lllne and green plaid* bid fair to be
great favorite* Velour cheek* are ans
other novelty tor fall.
Pleating» of net, tulle and malin» to
be used on summer hats are three to
five inches wide,
hummer nightgowns wKieh don't neetf
ironing are of crinkly crepe, pink or blue
striped, or all whi é.
Most of the Mashed skirt? worn by
American women have the slash but
toned over instead of open.
Some of the new flounce» are being
cut on the circle. Also, they are made
from pleating*. But no matter how
many flounce*, the foundation fkirts
»ill hr narrow.
Somo of the new aashe* are double
fared. Some are t.agselled or fringed,
and practically nil of them are arranged
wide around the hip* and are knotted
at the knees.
The 'box hack" i* a feature in the
newest voile waists. The box part t* a
straight paatron of printed voile down
the back the same printed stufl beimr
repeated in front and in collar and cult*.
Tlie lingerie waist, in spite of all that
i* raid about its going out, is in no such
danger. Nothing akes it* place, either
for summer or »inter. Net blouses arc
even inor« fashionable than batiste or
Pimples on Face and Neck. No Rest '
Night or Day. Itching All the
Time. Cuticura Soap and Cuti
cura Ointment Cured.
38 Walnut Ave.. Lebanon, Pa. —"I ru
troubled with pimple* mostly In the fare and j
Beek. I had a terrible burning and Itching. ,
I lost a lot of sleep and when
I would wash my face It •
would start to bum just as I
If I had mV face In a fire |
and It would keep on burn- |
Ing for some time I had I
no rest night or day. Itching
all the time My face would
hurt and Itch and I would
scratch and some of the
pimples would open It wai all sticky and
1 was ashamed to let anybody sec me
" 1 used some medicine for several weeks
and Instead of getting bettor It was worse.
Then I got a jar of-and used two Jara
of It that gave no relief My mother bought
a Jar of-and for a while It did good
thenXhe pimples broke out worse than ever.
One day a young lady told me to use futl
cura Soap and Ointment. So I got the
Cuticura Soap and Ointment and washed
my face good with hot water and Cuticura
Soap and then I dried It and used Cuticura
Ointment. Cuticura Soap and ointment
cured me in less than live months. ' (Signed)
Otto Rcahold. May 8. M>13.
Cuticura Soap (28c i and Cuticura oint
ment (60c t are sold throughout the world.
A single set Is often sufficient, when all rise
has failed Liberal sample of each mailed
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post
card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Boston."
WMra who sha'-e and shampoo with Cu
ticura Soap will And H best for skin and ooelp.
Free B^nd Concerts
every afternoon and
evening. Free Mov
ing Pictures every
night. Vaudeville and
BEAUTIFUL TEETH CAN BE HAD BY
ALL AT SMALL COST—OUAKAN
TEED TO FIT.
Dnn't hDtifiit« yon
HM or four tb# pain,
method» of Ailing and extracting teeth
alleviate all pain.
Extracting a Specialty.
We gire gaa to thoae who wiah it.
(row ns .
Bridge Work .
Pet of Teeth .
Gold Filling» .
flilrer Filling» .
Teeth Cl"-**d .
. »3 00
. »6 00
BURT * BENTLEY,
NO 703 MARKET STREET
N*»t «inor to Msj.stlc Th*«(r#.
b' 'A AN OPENING
can be saved. Is
is looking for.
When you are
In need of Jew
elry you can
save money If
you buy of us.
We are known
by our reputa
tion for fair
dealing, and we
have never de
parted from that
policy, and nev
f er will while we
are in business.
V and Jeweler
if 9 E. 7lh St.
Tomorrow We Will Offer Our Entire Stock of Lawns,
Dimities, Silk Effects, Sheer Fabrics and Remnants
of Dress Goods, Silks and Wash Goods at
Less Than Cost to Manufacture
H you want real genuine bargains, by all
Our Big Clothing Sale continued tomorrow.
means be here Tomorrow.
Also Straw Hats to go at
just ball price. 25 pieces ol Colored Linene. 12 l-2c to 18c value will
be sold at 10c the yard, and the bala
at 10c. Get this lor the children s school dresses. Men
Children s Underwear,
day s selling. Pink Stamps
ol the French Madras. 25c value 1
s. Womens and
Also Gents Furnishings especially priced lor the
on all purchases.
StorcOpens at 8 30 and Closes at 5 O'clock. Siturdiyi at 9 39.
LIPPINCOTT ô CO., Inc
306 to 314 Market Street, WILMINGTON, DGL.
RICH IN CURATIVE UUAUTIES-NO HABIT FORMING DRUGS
V H. DA>FORTH. MARKET AMO SECOND STREETS, WILMINGTON, DEL.
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