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MRS. THAW IS
GLAD SON IS
AT LIBERTY
Her Intend 3d Visit to Mattea
wan Today Unnecessary
Because of Escape
DENIES SHE KNEW
ANYTHING OF PLAN
and Mrs. George Carnegie, his sister,
did not make their intended visit to
Maiteawan today. They arrived In
New York last night, saying they ex
Pected to visit Thaw In the asylum.
By The United Press.
NEW YORK, Aug. 18.—Mrs. Mary
Copley Thaw, mother of Harry Thaw
white-haired mother, almost
seventy years old, openly rejoiced '
that her son had gained his liberty ,
at last, but declared positively that
she knew: nothing about it and did
not aid him.
Mrs. Thaw exhibited a letter writ
ten to her by Thaw, which she said
v-as waiting for her when she and !
her daughter arrived at the Hofei |
Ootham. It referred to her prosper
tlve visit today.
Shortly after Superintendent Kleb
began his inquiry into Thaw's escape
a telegram arrived at the asylum,
telling him his mother and sister
^■ould visit him today. It was sign
ed "M. C. T." Mrs. Thaw's initials.
The
When Mrs. Mary Copley Thaw was
Men today at the Hotel Gotham she
was in exuberant spirite and had
just received a telegram.
Is it from Harry?" she was asked,
she was obviously happy about some
ing -
IS POSITIVE
THAT THAW
NIGHT IN
i
SPENT
LENOX
By The United Press.
LENOX, Mags., Aug 18.—Richard
A. Stanley, former town selectman,
and proprietor of the Hotel Lenox
this afternoon declared that he
certain of his identification of the
man he thinks to be Harry K. Thaw,
who stopped in his house last night,
registering as "Lewis."
"I have seen many pictures of
Harry Thaw and I am sure It was
he," Stanley said, "There is no doubt
of it in my mind. In looks, build
and height he fits the published de
scriptions.
Also people in my hotel who have
seen Thaw recognized 'Lewis' as
''Thaw."
« is
The man "Lewis" was supposed
to be the chauffeur of a man who
registered as "Dr. W. B. Holden."
Dr. W. B Holden, of New York, is
on ati automobile tour and at his
New York office it was said that he
was at Saratoga yesterday. He sent
a telegram from Saratoga to New
York yesterday. Lenox is about
seventy miles from Saratoga.
EAGLES GET
PRAISE WITH COIN
Wilmington Lodge. Fraternal Order
of Eagles, has received a check for
*250 representing the value of the
prizes the members of the Trip Asso
ciation won by their appearance in
the Eagles parade in Baltimore dur
ing the annual convention of the or
der.
They received second prize for their
appearance and general conduct In
the parade, which amounted to $100
and for having the largest delegation
from any aerie within a radfus of
100 miles ot Baltimore they received
a prize of $150.
The aerie not only received a sub
stannal amount of money for the part I
they took in the parade but they
have received commendation from all
parts of the United States and special
praise from the Baltimore Eagles.
Tue check for the money was re
reved bv President James Thomp -1
son on Saturday and the following ;
letter accompanied the check: I
Dear Sir and Brother: Enclosed;
please find check for $250, prinea !
awarded your aerie as follows:
For aerie located within 150 miles:
of Baltimore having the largest nnm
her of men in parade, first prize. $160. !
For aerie making the best general
appearance, second prize, $100.
In behalf of Baltimore Aerie No. 59.
and the executive convention commit
tee, I write to commend your Aerie
for the magnificent showing made by!j
your representatives at the conven-1*
tion held here, and to congratulate i
Whteh von rlchte n rtr«ervert Ve PflZM '
nîui' ° / * hly . d # T d ' , .
Baltimore Aerie feels proud of the |
convention, the success of which was
due largely to the vast attendance and
gentlemanly conduct of the visiting
Bagles and their friends.
The parade in itself has been com
mended by the press and business
community of Baltimore as the finest
civic parade ever held here. We feel
assured that the convention of 1914
will redown credit, not only to Bal
timore
throughout the country.
With best wishes to
Aerie, but to Eagledom
Aerie
your
from No. 59, I beg to remain,
Fraternally in L. T. J. and E.,
PAUL J. QUINN,
Secretary.
TWO INQltESTS TONIGHT.
<oloner Spring will hold two inquest*
tonight. They will be in the cases of
Frank Wibley, who died from injuries
inflicted hy a horse's kick, and Sebastitio
Rossico, who was knocked from a trollev
car of the People* Railway Company in
« collision, sustaining fatal injuries.
ATTACKED BY CAT.
Harry Hurloek. of No. 106 North
Franklin street, was severely bitten
hy a cat last night in the alley in
the rear of his home. Hurloek killed
the cat with a pair of shears.
SHEBIFF HURT IN BALL GAME.
Sheriff Walter S.
playing baseball at the farmers' _
nie at St. Georges last Wednesday,
had the thumb of his right hand
-•'■«iv snralned.

Burris, while
pic
se
POLICE TAB ON
THE CLUBS THAT
HAVE LICENSES
Policemen yesterday visited each
cial and political club in the city that
has taken out a Federal license to sell
liquors.
80
While the police department has put
a ban on the sale or dispensing of
liquor by clubs, several Wilmington
organizations have taken out a Fed
eral license and are understood to he
serving drinks to members.
The policemen yesterday obtained
the names of officers of, and also
some of the members who during the
day were in the houses of clubs
have secured a Federal license,
policemen explained that they were
apt !"g under orders of Chief Black and
th ® f >0l,ce Commission.
Whether the police are getting
r f ady for an °ther crusade against the
Rlubs is not known.
--—-—-
Of
that
The
' R ÎT\I A W A VC CCT
, »V I O vjC. 1
A UC A n rkC'rn/NT» nr
Ur 1KULLLY
_
Dashing at breakneck a*.
Shipley ftreet two horses attached to
! a heavy wagon owned bv lohn A^Rier
| man of Eighth and Min bien »treet^W
being used by Charles Mammele' the
butcher narrow! v ."!!J.'
a West'Fourth strwt oil at Fourth'aid
Shipley streets earlv this afternoon
man saw the horses approaching'the
crossing and flagged the raotormfn
the Jr just as he was about ' nol
across Shipl e v street A seionl |./L i
the horses flashed bv At Third amF
Shipley the horses Attempted to tnln ■
toward Market street one of them tell 1
mg and stopping them mad flieh? Onlv
the harness was broken * •
baoU into the wagon to whieh^Xy
™ attached ' This frightened them
(.afford C ooper, the driver of the team,
was not in the wagon at the time.
DRINK iN COURT
i WAS "REAL STUFF
Charles Blake, charged
ing intoxicating liquors
with sell
without a
license was arraigned in City Court
this morning and granted
uance until Friday to obtain
The evidence of the state
a contin
coun
was
sei.
heard.
Blake lives of No. 1117 Elizabeth
street Officers Massey and Bullock
(aided the place yesterday and con
fiscated six cases of beer, three pints
of gin, some whiskey and two stone ;
jugs containing some kind of liquor. I
James Kane, colored testified ihat
he bought two bottles of beer and a
half pint bottle of whisky from
defendant yesterday. Kane looked
happy when told to taste the liquor
in the bottle to see if it was the real
stuff. He pronounced It superb. Of- i
ficer Bullock testified to raiding the j
house with Officer Massey and find
mg the liquids on the premises.
the
DECLARES HIS
ARREST UNFAIR
John Fallers, who was arrested at
SheIIpot Park on Saturdav night on a
charge of disorderly conduct, will be
given a hearing before Magistrate Lewis
this afternoon. Failers was arrested by
special police at the park and when de'
livered to the police in Wilmington his
face was battered up. His friends have
threatened to bring suit against the offi
cer who arrested him. on the ground
that he handled tbe prisoner in a rough
manner without cause.
Kallers was
the merry-go-ronnd
and claims to have lost his ticket. He
says he jumped off to get it and the
officer arrested him when he attempted
to get on again.
on
PERSONAL,
A Ray DuBell is spending a week at
Ocean City, Md.
Theodore W. Francis, left today for
a week at Wildwood, N. J.
Mrs. Katherine G- Babcock hsfk re
turned home from Delaware Water
Gap and Strausbnrg Pa
Clarence Stewart, John Mahonv
John E. Healy. Jr . William Shields'
Edward Phillips and James Rilev left
on Saturdav tor Betterton
Mr. and Kirs John Adams and
son.
Paul, have
two weeks.
mi s « Katherine i
Margaret I-iccbs
a wepk ' a . Atlantic ritv
Mr and Mrs i r w._
Beverly \ J are j
« r J otte«* w p. J g , ^ r ' a " d
West Thirftete street ' ° f N °' 405
Kathr- n r „ a tr .
r r win have G 'r^rn!2 « Hannab M
a week it ^nfii^rc^m afte M/f^ 8pen u lng
they w!re th! g.te»?! nf\ t Md -' ^'^ re
0 j, n Sudler * ° f and MfB '
gone to Atlantic City for
and Miss
have returned from
Of
Clarence E. Ocheltree. of Montrose.
^ as been spending: two weeks in
Atlantip for his health, has re
turned home much Improved.
Mrs. Mary A Block of Harrinvton
i# spending two weeks with her
daughter at 238 Madison street
Miss Marie Titter, of Porters, is at
the Rio Grande. Atlantic Citv. N. J
DIDN'T KNOW WHO HIT HUM
Emma Reed, colored, charged with
assault and battery on John Jenkins,
colored in a house on Orange street
between Second and Third streets,
was dismissed in City Court this
morning. Jenkins said that he was
drunk at the time of the assault and
did not know who hit him. The wo-,..
man testified that, the man came to
lier house and raised a disturbance
She pushed him to the door and in
some way he fell Into the
Mary Moon, who was in the
was fined $1 and costs.
I
street.
scrape
LAY HR. DICKINSON TO REST.
The funeral of Samuel P. Dickin
son, of No. 1702 Scott street took
place from his late home yesterday
afternoon. duPont Lodge, À. F. and
A. M.. conducted the services
Dickinson was a member of Crusaders
Castle, Knights of the Golden Eagle,
which body attended the service.
The Rev. Dr. S. M. Morgan, of Mt.
Salem M. E, Church was the officiat
Mr.
ing clergyman. He was assisted by
the Rev. R. High Adams.
Mr. Dickinson died at Rising Sun,
Md., on Thursday morning
He wag
«a son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Dick
inson and for many years conducted
a barber shop at No. 1702 Scott street.
He sold the shop about a year ago.
He is survived by a wlrtmv ond
Alfred, 8 years old.
a son
FEAR FAILURE
OF MEXICAN
PEACE PLAN
Washington Pessimistic Today
While Awaiting' Word
From Lind
NO RESPONSIBILITY
HERE, BACON SAYS
By The United Press.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 18.—
Istration - officials expected today
near from Mexico City whether
President Wilson's
Admin
to
or
not
suggestion
a settlement of the Mexican
trouble has been accepted or rejected
by President Huerta. That these
suggestions have been laid before
for
the Mexican executive was officially
confirmed today,
,. The feeI! "S as to a solution of the
Mexic »n situation today was decided
'V pessimistic. The administration
I 8 waiting and Che outlook is admlt
£V° he dou u btfl " Senator Bacon,
£ ha, . rrnan , of , thp senate committee on
ig P I * la, , l0 . nR who Baw thp Presl
d f nt < today ' * pft tbe White House de
.^Çlarlag that If the negotiations In
City , fai1 ' tBis 8° ve ™ment
uT. k lea8t ® bown fb e world
V i h8R been T l n ® t0 try PVPry
pb .* Cbful means to bring about a
™ .",° f ** difflRulty -
0| h c,alß refuse to indicate
T^h g f. b tf n recelved
J h L d the
what
from
. .. , ' , • *
? ^ exloo u City during
inlt l ^ en » y -f°ur hours, to bring
about tbls reversal of feeling.
repre
Mi*
WANTED HEADACHE CURE,
SWALLOWED BICHLORIDE
The condition of Mrs. Grace Taylor,
of No. 60S King street, a young married
woman, who was admitted to the Delà
ware Hospital late last night
ing bi-chloride of mercurv tablets,
reported improved at the Delaware' Hos
pital today. Fortunately the tablets
mained in her system hut a short time.
It was said that Mrs. Taylor look the
poison in mistake for headache tablets,
after tak
was
and when this was realized she was hur
ried to the hospital.
Two accident oases received treatment
at that institution today. Thty Were;
William Bonlden, of No. 13 Jones street,
head injured, and Charles Ross, of No!
street, employed by fhe
American Car and Foundry Company,
left foot injured.
wr> PlfUYf ITTIUYkt** Airrn
KL VOLU 1 ION OVER
___
WITH BOB'S ARREST
Crles of "Long Live Madero, down
w i ( h Huerta" In Front street last
ni^t attracted all kinds of attention,
People flocked to their doors and offl
524 Shipley
cers appeared on the scene. The re
"revolutlon" was that
Senor Robert Fullock was waltzed to
a police box and later sent'to the po
lice station and the "revolution" was
over.
As Robert had been drinking his
mind dwelt on the Mexican situation.
Suddenly he started up the street tell
ing everybody about the revolution
and finally he began to shout about
Madero and his enemies. Officer Bur
chenal put a stop to the "revolution"
single handed.
suit of the
UNCLE BILLY ON VACATION.
"Hear ye, hear ye!"
The big crowd of witnesses and spec
tators that had assembled in City Court
today sat up and took a deep interest in
the proceedings, for Captain Kane was
acting as court crier in the absence of
U ntie
U ntie Billy Heal, who is on his vacation.
Untie Billy is one of the most familiar
figures around the police station, and he
was missed in court this morning by
officials and spectators alike. He has
been court crier for the last twenty-five
years, and started bn the police force in
1863.
William Powell was fined S10 and costs
and ordered put on the official jag list.
BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED.
Building Inspector Johnson issued
a permit today to Joseph Schunder
to erect a stock house addition for
the Bavarian Brewing Company, at
Fifth and duPont streets to cost
*15,000. He also issued permits to
George W. Taylor to erect five dwel
lings at the northwest corner of
Vandever avenue and Spruce streets
to côst *2,000 each and to H. D.
Blackwell to make alterations at No.
Finkelstein costing $275.
William Holley was fined $26
costs in City Court this morning for car
rying a pistol and was held under $.500
bail for the Court of General Session*
for pointing the weapon.
AftÄn-tÄ
fined $25 and cost* for carrying a pistol,
PISTOL TOTER HELD
TO HURRY BRIDGE WORK.
Directors of the Street and Sewer De
partment are expecting a visit this af
ternoon from Division Engineer Cook,
of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
here, to confer with them in reference to
filling in the approaches to
Ninth street bridge crossing the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad. The object is
the new

!Fulr "fi
to have the work done before the State
NO JOKE, SAYS MR. VANDEVER
"I wish you would correct a mistake
in mv letter that wa* printed in THE
JOURNAL on Saturdav." said Alfred D
Y'andever todnv "I wrote that it would
be a good idea for City Council to My
Fire Chief Ainscow's expenses to the
New York convention, and it waa nrint
ed that I wrote it would be a 'good
joke.' And don't you forget, that the
way I've heard about it is no joke. I
think it would be a good thing for
Council to send Chief Ainscow."
MISSION AVORKERS
WANT WELCOME
The Mission Workers' Band of Phil
adelphia, will bring an excursion to
Shellpot Park on next Monday and
has written the city authorities re
questing that Mayor Howell make
I n
make
address of welcome. Owing to the
absence of Mayor Howell it 1s likely
that President of Council William P.
v\ hlte, who Is acting mavor will
the address.
In your hand you hold a
five-cent piece.
Right at the grocer's hand
is a moisture-proof pack
age of Uneeda Biscuit. He
hands you the package—
you hand him the coin.
A trifling transaction?
No! A remarkable one—for you
have spent the smallest sum that
will buy a package of good food;
and the grocer has sold you the
most nutritious food made from
flour —as clean and crisp and
delicious as it was when it came
from the oven.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
MR. M'GOVERN ON
ASSESSMENT STUDY
(ïcorge H. McGovern, secretary Of the
Chamber o( Commerce, has left on a trip
to several cities where the Somers* *v*
teltetîTTl!* 'I ^
to note the workings ot this plan and re
port his finding* to the body he repre
se —*'
liiere is some talk of President of
Council William P. White chairman of
the Board of Assessment Revision and
Appeals taking a similar trip but it has
not been decided when he will go. Col
onel W. E, Stover chairman of the fi
nance committee of Council, another
member of the board, also mav go. This
nas not been definitely settled upon,
ho «; r ' v ^
me finance committee of Council has
not yet selected the clerk provided in a
resolution by City Council last Thura
day night to aid in the work of collect- i
mg delinquent taxes. It is likely this !
win be done Wednesday or Thursday I
night of this week.
— . .. I
NEWS ODDITIES
OF THE DAY
LENOX Mas*,—Although her collar
bone was fract ured when she was dripped
a hobble skirt. Miss Dorothy Sherman
attended dance
II!
NEW YORK—New York faces a pre
die a ment of a darkened "Great White
Way, Mayor Gaynor's Billboard Com
mission recommending that *11 lights in
Broadway signs be extinguished.
NEW YORK—When Thomas Me
Cann fire engine driver, was thrown
under a wagon, he grabbed a wheel
and flung himself to safety.
WASHINGTON—To test the fair
ness of questions asked, candidates !
for entrance to the military and naval !
academies, officials are preparing to 1
ask the judgment of two thousand 1
school officials.
went boating.
i
DAY TON, Ky.—A crowd nearly mob- |
bed a demure maid who appeared on the'
beach here, wearing a green silk bathing !
rvnr „„
EXPECT REPORT
that exposed a very green silk
stocking.
i
i
I
!
!
<5 f
So far I
as can be learned there are no outside 1
bidders for the bonds, one local con- j
cern expecting to handle $100,000 of
the bonds provided other banks'will
also sell a like amount of bonds over
their counter. None of the Levy
Pori! Maraissioners seemed Inclined
today to discuss the question
-W« ' "Ä'X I
bridges
CONCERNING BONDS
The New Castle County Levy Court
tomorrow will receive a report con
cerning the *300,000 bond issue for
Third street bridge, the twin bulld
ifif? project and good roads.
inspected bv' the members of
the Levy Court in Ch cagT"ecenth
This report wUI embr^e*the co.t of
the bridges, the time in
use, operating
expenses and the time used In
ing and closing draws.
open-j
and---
160 TOTS TO EACH BLOCK
By The United Press
CHICAGO, Aug. 18—WoodIawn a
section of Chicago comnrislne- «hni.t
«g te s
claim. statistics to prove Its
A census taken by the Woodlawn
Business Men's Association
.... showed
children and baby population of about
30 000—an
average of about 150
youngsters to the block. A moving
picture man has been hired to take
reel full of Woodlawn babies.
a
FIREMEN OVERCOME
Aug. 18.—Fire that I
enveloped the big plant of the Mid- |
Ulnseed Oil Company In flames
u? «L,f!!!n ae<i a loas of approximate
!? * 500 ' 000 an «l « score of fire com- !
a W l re , tryin 8 l '° prevent Us
TW . „ tanks ' containing
| a,,0 o* 0,1 each, exploded and
, nrp . . * Pn residences adjoining
2 nd a etrln « of height cars. Eight
flrempn w «re Overcome,
fighting blaze.
By The United Press.
CHICAGO,
SHERIFF DIDN'T SELL.
Settlement having been made, the
sheriff's eales of the John T. Duress
property in Mill Creek hundred, and
of Stanislaus Valewskl's property, at
Third and Robinson streets,
withdrawn today.
I
CARD OF '1 HANKS. :
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Conner de ;
sire to return thanks to many friends :
were
and neighbors for floral designs and |
kind expressions of sympathy ren- !
dered during their hours of bereave-;
meat, throneh the ins* of tholr son * :
PIERCE BREAKS
THREE WEEKS' FAST
WEST CHESTER, Aug. 18.—A hun
f Pr *l r 'he, maintained for three week*
n fhe PbMter County Prison by Ralph
b "**" y«t'r r 3.y d 'aneteÖS n &i, ,V rs
cried for food and admitted that he had
been simulating insanity and refusing
food, hoping to he transferred to the
ehester Conntv Home or some other in
»titution where he would have an op
poHunity to escape.
Pierce was arrested three weeks ago
in Goldsboro, Md., on the charge of
pealing the team of William Clarke of
Ten ape. He consumed onlv a small
'l u!,nt ity of milk daily for a time, alter
" ardR refusing even this and although
forcibly fed a spoonful occasional^.
yre ' v weak that he was earned bv
kM P e « Dom place to place and kept
"P on " cot in the open air during the
da ytime. He lost over twenty pounds in
and on Saturday the prison of
J*® 1 *'* behoved him to be at death's door,
hut his sudden recovery yesterday after
noon wâê a surprise.
NMICHAEL SAYS
JOB WAS PROMISED
q VJ. bp ,. T!nl,Pd Press
l»l'f' SHIN ° mV ' 18-—That he
had won promised a job in the Wash
mgton city government if he "stuck" bv
Representative McDermott in testifying
? n u wH'. ,,hal! cba rges, wa* asserted bv
J. H. MoMichael before the House lobby
investigating committee today. Attor
nt '.V Fasby Smith, counsel for MeDer
,nott . subjected the witness to a terrific
cross examination. MeMiehael insisted
tha t he had never told anybody he
(being paid to corroborate Mulh'all
, rh e attorney i»U.| MrMi.-hael to ex
l, *'n how he gave Mulhall $75 from hi*
i'" 0 ther* estate to go to Chicago to heln
-McDermott in his 1 !U 2 spring primaries
wben his mother did not die before the
wan
primaries.
hesitation, the witness ex
that the money was put in the
b 'l°, rp J 11 * mothpr di 'id, in hi* name
,he dug n,et,ona no*, to touch it before
I ïfiHT PINC iiRj tar
Liuni rint DIM THE
RAI I nur nicTiinnm.
OflLL OAIWE DISTURBERS I
Nörman Carter, tbe
threw
. 5founB man who
Front and i'r,i!! Un ? S fb<S ba!1 eamp at
urda, -î waslr P vf rk ° n Sat
was arrestedfo d . Fran ! t Bal!ing - who
same game w!rl ? durin *
this mornln* lui, i °5 L" Clty Court
was «n,d  8h . ( fines ' Cartp, '
was fined «, C f 8tS ' and Ba!,in B
Tn passing «fnT -
da h , !" 0D ,he dpfen *
taken into he had
reputation and^ dbrat * on Carter's good
reputation, and the fact that he hart
never ba «n in trouble before. The
°urt said, however, that something
must be done to stop lawlessnes«
ball grounds before someone is
killed or seriously hurt He said
that the defendant could be sent 'o
the workhouse under the charge h,.?
he wn..iH * caar «e. out
I ÜH "
^ f allin B Judg'. Church
te 6ald , that hp was unlucky in be
* CaUght B ' VMr,n *
at
_ J HAW SEEN AT PITTSFIELD,
By Uip l nitccl Pr^^s.
v * n j'.? ,ass 'L Al1 ^' !*•—Harry
H™ «ft'I e V~*T , here early td
tl* v! d sta . yed at the Levon
Sd .^1 i?'' *** ni!lht ' Thaw
^out of town in an automobile
s
a! > ""rounding town*.
PERFECT HEALTH WOMAN'S
CROWN OF GLORY
Did you ever observe a woman who
has reached the age of sixty or even
seventy In perfect health and say to I
yourself, "I hope I may grow old
gracefully as she doee." in order to!
reach a lovely old age. women should j
* uard against woman's diseases, as
thby arP the ffreateBt menace to joy
and gladness. Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Is nature's own
remedy for organic derangement*,
safe and certain. Nearly forty year*
of success is a grand and peerless
record for any one mediciae
as ;
■ ■ TOO LATE Tr; CLASSIFY.
P OOMS FOR RENT. WITH USeToF
bath and telephone. Apply be
tween 6 and 7 p. m.
Third street.
No. 1007 West
aug!8-6t.
_ ___ DEATHS..
William Griffin.
GRIFFIN—On August 17. 1913, Wil
Ham Griffin, in his 74th year.
Relatives and friends are invited
attend the funeral services at the
to
residence of his son-in-law, Andrew
Duncan, on Lancaster pike, near Wil
mington, on Wednesday afternoon at
o'clock. Interment at Silverbrook
eemeterw
BALL PLAYERS
ON PARADE TO
BOOST CHICKS
The baaehnll parade the niaht before
Booster Day. August W U expected to
that all the amateur team." inTlS
turn out in honor of the coning
Chick, cme from member, of the.!
team*, who announce their détermina
tion to make the parade a noteworthy
one. Naturally the cynosure of all evea
in the parade'will be the pennant win
3!mmy C, '] C .c # k .on eaded * "" daUnt ' WS
nnmy .lackaon,
prove a unique event.
I he detail* of the parade are being
worked nut hy a committee composed of
a "2! F ! ,r "' n " nd mana « prs of the
amateur teams.
Arthur C. Davies official acorekeeper
asar'rsÄfÄS -* 01 *"
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and Industrial Teague to a meeting in
TMK EVENING JOURNAL office on
jrelay night, to make final preparations
for the turn out.
The officials who are expected to grace
the Booster Day ceremonies are: gover
nor Miller. Mayor Howell and Supreme
Court Judge Herbert L. Rice. These dig
nitaries wd| piake short addresses, it is
expected, when the pennant is unfurled.
1 he advance sale of tiekets for Boost
er Day is proving heavy. Among the
mercantile firms, N. Knellenburg & Co.
head the list with a Mock of 25 tickets.
Requests are coming in from all sections
of the city, for Booster Day tickets.
They are on sale in the leading cigar
store* of the city.
BIDS ARE DELAYED.
Proposals for steam heating in publie
school No, 2d, at Fourteenth • and
Thatcher street», were to have been
reived hy the fuel and janitors' com
mit tee of the Board of Education at
noon today, hut none was received.
Through a misunderstanding the bidders
thought the bids were to he submitted
by 8 o'clock tonight. In consequence
the bids will not he receiver! until next
Monday night, the regular meeting night
of the board.
KIND TO LONG.NAMED MAN.
A colored man who said he was Alonzo
Costello Duleecorftee, and his birth- !
place as Cuba, was arraigned In City
Court this morning on a charge of
assault and battery on Mary
The woman requested that the de
fendant be dismissed as the blow
a light one and she was not hurt
Judge Cochran dismissed the defend
ant upon payment of costs.
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So Does Eczema, Salt Rheum, Ulcers,
Old Sores and farhunc les.
Under the Influence of flan Cura
Ointment, surprising curee are made
so quickly that they «eem like mira
cles
Stubborn cases of piles like those of
Rev. W. F. Gilbert, of Titusville,
Pa., vanish before the marvelous an
tiseptic Ointment. Mr. Gilbert
writes:
"For twenty years I Buffered with
bleeding and Itching piles; at times I
was confined to the house tor more
than a month. Two years ago I began
using San Cura Ointment and one 60c
Jar made a firm and permanent cure.
I have not been troubled since."
San Cura Ointment is guaranteed by
the Scarborough Drug Co,, who is the
agent in Wilmington, to cure any of
the above-named diseases
back. It Instantly kills all pain from
burns, cuts and bruises, draws out
the poison and JieaU In a short time.
25 cents and 50 centB a jar at the
I Scarb °rough Drug Co.
or money
GOOD BABY SO UP
® an Dura is a healing and antiseptic
8oap; just the soothing kind that
baby needs. It free« the pores from
al! Impurities and prevents fevers,
rashp * and 0,hpr infantile diseases,
Bps ' f° r anyone's akin, cures pimples
and blackheads, cleans the complex
,on ' 26 cents a large cake at Scar
kocough Drug Co
Mail orders for San Cura Ointment)
and Soap filled by Thompson Medical !
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Fonrlb and We si Streets,
HTIminglon. Delaware.
Delaware's leading preparatory school,
fitting lui either college or busineee. A corpe
ol twenty-one metructora. Excellent equip
ment. Thorough mstroclion. Co-educa
tional, Scientific, Latin-Scientific. Literary
and Claaaical Courses of Study. Graduates
fitted for any college. Weil equipped gym
neeium. New and well equipped Primary
Building. Terms moderate by reeeon of
endowment. Fall term begine Ninth Month
(Sept I 15th, 1813. For illuetrated cats
log, address
HERSCHEL A. NORRIS, A. U.. Principal
D. * A. Phone Z1SOA.
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The price for each number of above illustrated pattern is ij cents.
No matter what patterns you have been using, try one, just one, Piet orial Review
Pattern and you will realize as millions of women have learned, that Pictorial
Review Patterns alone give to your dresses that elegance of line and French chic
which characterize all Paris-made gowns.
The Patented Cutting and Construction Guides furnished with esich pattern make mis
takes absolutely impossible and vou save from one-half to one yard of material on lach dress.
NOW ON SALE AT THE PATTERN COUNTER
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CROSBY ù HILL CO
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605-607-609 MARKET STREET.
NIGHT SALOON
BREAKERS HELD
FOR ENTERING
John Kelly
Robert Holmes and Martjn McDon ,
h6,d f ° r the C ° Urt 0f Gen '
Coln tT' "T " ^ *" C ' ty
5.°"" "° rnin *' » charge o{
rPakln $ and entering the saloon of
MU ' ,ln ' at Maryland
( " es, t |Ut streets. The alleged attempt
a V 3 o clock y«*'
T'/' *" ^STnSS
Kelley and Harry Hawke.
The officers saw two of the men
Dying to hoist another into a wlndo- •
of the saloon and they fairly
swooped down on the place, canturinu
the crowd The men hut nrr t i, ^
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Martin J. Mulrooney
avenue and
did not
All the
men except McDonough,
waived a hearing and were held for
the higher court. McDonough was
given a hearing. John Mullen, owner
of the saloon, Adam Peet, Frank
Lunduski testified to seeing the defen
dant with the men during the even
ing and one of the witnesses said
that he saw the defendant break the
window of the saloon with
I crutch
that belonged to one of the men in
the crowd. The defendant did
deny being with the men, hut said he
had started home when the robbery
was committed.
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FINE YOUNG MAN FOR BEGGING.
John Mac.klln, a young white man
who looked In good health, was fined
*15 and costa In City Court this morn
ing for begging, Macklin said he had
no excuse for not working.
SPECIAL SALE
EL
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QUARTER OFF
all of our men's *10 to *25.
Best serges qow $7,60 to *18.76.!
Men s and young men's, regular 1
and special cute, sizes 34 to 48
chest. Regulars, stouts, shorts,
slims, extra sizes and long
stouts, blacks and blues, coats
lined and 1-2 lined
FLANNEL TROUSERS 1-4 OFF.
Whites now $3 and *3.75.
Greys. $2.25 to $3.76.
White Flannels. White and
Striped Serges. Grey Flannels
for golf and tennis, all sizes tori
men.
.
NORFOLK SUITS 1-4 OFF
now *9 ta>
for young
*18.76.
men,
Best makes and styles;
Blue Serges, Grey Homespuns
and Flannels.
JAS. T. MUHIN & SONS,
€lb aid Market
Niagara Falls
Perionally.CondDcted Excursions
August 22,
September 6, 19, October 3, 1913
LIKE A TRIP ABROAD
Round $10.25 Trip
From WILMINGTON
SPECIAL TRAIN of Pullman Parlor Cara
Dining Car, and Day Coach««, running
via the
Picturesque Susquebauna
Valley Haute
Tickets ifoo«t''*olr-z on Special Train and
connectlns trains, and good retnrning on
regular train# within FIFTEEN DAYS.
Stop off at Buffalo within limit and at
Harrisburg for ten days, not eareeding
ftnal limit, allowed returning.
Illustrated Booklet and full Information
may be obtained from Ticket Agenta
N S. Longaker District Paaa»i*„
Solicitor, No. 905 Market atraet, Wil
mington, Del.
Pennsylvania R. R.

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