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TO RACE FOR JOURNAL CUP The Wilmington Yacht and Auto moMie Club today announred the con-1 r to be r.ordon ic.nu JOUR . 1 " r "'' ' ' F Wilmington V-ht and Automobile (Ivib wfll hold two race» for the chain , , the icuei Dataware tH« fir»" m (here for the Sunday Star Ire ohi for diitvlaeemenl host- of 40 feet " ■' (j | PI ,j [ ih and under, and »he »ec ead for IHF EVENING JOURNAL tro v for hrdrnplsne» of ■-'« feet over all ,gth «nd under. -In accord« lice with the term» of the KydroplfMsand Displacement Craft to Meet Otf Wilming ton Yacht Club ANNUAL CONTESTS FOR THE SILVER TROPHIES dltions of the speed bunt rac h*td on Saturday Heights for THE NAL and Sunday Star trophies. These races are annual event«. off uenr EVENING The regatta committee s meat lo yachtsmen today announce is a a fol low» "Dn Saturday, over » dsedr of gift on flic»« trophi*. they «r* presented to the Wilmington \a.hl and Automobile Club by the Sunday Star end THE EA EKING' "H BNAL. of Mil m"ngfon to he raced for annually, for th* grit'three vears under the jnrld«ic lion of tii» Wilmington Yacht and An temebil* Chib und each year thereafter U iid«r the jurisdiction of the dub win -î-, t h« rece the previous year, until the trophie» hav« been «'Oil by the »am« heat three time», st which time they will become the permanent property of ♦he owner« of the boat so winning them, "Both trophic» are handsome cup. and are deatined to become the aaeet Important on the Delaware River. "Any boat duly enrolled In any rac egni/ed yacht club will be eligible aa follow« for those races; "Tor the Sunday (Star trophy, dl« placement spend boats a» claaaifled in the 1913 Rule, of the American Power Beat Association up to and including forty feet over all length •'for the EVENING JOURNAL tro alid including pby. hydroplanes up 1 twenty »ix feel over «II length. "The regular Wilmington Yacht and Automobile Chib courte Nu. - will h< soled three times around, making a to '(si of nine miles. This course has but three easy lyms in it and is free from »hoi!« aiid obstructive». "Time allowance will lie allotted in mYmerican Boat Association rule* for dm placement boats and hydroplane». rill be governed by live 191.1 Xinerican Power Boat Associât mn nil IP LI •it h the accordance -■î "Races M>B> ■'Instruction« as to racing numbers, char« of the course, etc,, will he given by Ihc Officer of the Day on the day of the race at the club house Rac how ' f" t*h e * dcc'k ' I Mi e P1 « ^ °" th ^ g -« "rltfled copv of menaurement by| an official measurer of any recngnl*»d * y*> *11 rill h nil! h* arrrpt^rt. jb rase of protest any boat so pro-) "The rare (nr dlsplaeeinent speed phJnes^al T p *m. 'Ttm oîethud Tf Starting will be as follows; ffr*r after* whir h '111 I K -' be Started on It», lime allowance, «me before Ihc starling Mm* of each boai a cone will ho hoisted at lb* vard arm of Ihc flag staff on th* Äff ÄÄ-iÄr? me IT* of the ntcr As her Harting time ar rives the rone and number „(II he lowered a fier which Ihr boat sty pro.eed across Ihc starting line and OK Ike cours* ■ Entries must he In th* hands of the Regatta Committee not Inter rhsn H no p m Friday August 59lh Bntry blanks accompany this letter.' Par tlrular «Mention la called to th* fact ih, î entrr blanks must h» eerllfled hv the Official Measurer of vour Club • s lo measurements given thereon or failing thus must be accompanied hv certified copy of vour rating which Will he returned to you on th* day of Ihc race "Th* Wllroinginp Yacht and Auto-; mobile flub extend to yon the heart lent possible Invitation to compel* In iTiese races by the Regatta Commit charged with; the a fight between thdr, children According to th* testl-s BMiny. Bamnel and Ernest Stafford were fighting the son of the defend ant, SIrawhrjdge went to Uk* Mi aons part The mother of the two tested muei submit to remeasure m*nl by the official measurer of fhe, Wilmington Yacht and Club. milllte tO0 " DISMISS syi 1BBLF. CASE. t-Mwin Btrawbrldge, hitting Mrs Mary Blafford Tnthe face. was dismissed In City Court morning. Th» trouble between two followed boys appeared on the scene and In Wi, y h, * r f'««se* were knoeked off She said that the defendant hit her in the face and broke them. From the testimony of the witnesses the defendant did not strike her. kas rerelved from the Htste Depart 1 - ment at Dover the renulaltlon papers lor James Hughe«, colored, under ar tê*t In < oiiimbufl, O., signed by th<* gevernor. He will leave for the Ohio city either tonight or tomorrow niortvlr# with the expectation of ar r \. t - 1 '»or« on Mond,y tuornhig lluglics is wanted for the alleged murdpr of Alliert Dorsey, a young colorpd woman with whom he was living at Claymom l'nlted Bta 1*s engln**r here, who was dl rertPd to repivrt several day* ago to the y' ,| te y Army General Hospital, at Washington, for observation and treatment went there, yesterday. He had not returned to day. hut Is exported «I hls office Monday, as h» has fully recovered from an attack of rheumatism and there I* no need of him remaining In a hospllal. p DUKge^flaflclBtt x~en«ir ut PRESENT GROCERIES TONIGHT. Ber«.ls» d r,'", thr pr.-■»Ill-ill- a ' P °I. lBr î ''T.T I U*t »get, »at pottpi-pcd uakii tuutgbt.» REQI ISrriON FOR MI GRES. Stile Detective Frank W. McCoy MAJOR RAYMOND IN WASHINGTON Major R. R. Raymond, iFATAL FALL FROM TRAIN Chester Youth Thought to Be in Bed Found Mangled on Rail /. <v • ' »r Att*mptini to hnarri a frtlRlit on fh* Ho* nf fli* B. and O. railroad at Concord station vesterday after noon, about. 4 3« oclock. Joaeph Cour h#v tr „ged 2ft years, of 32S Tllgb man street. Chester, «a» haded to the tracks und received Injuries that resulted in hl« death He waa taken to the Delaware Ho*. p| ta | ip« phvslelana. after an examination pronounced him dead. The body was taken to the morgue and word sent to Chester hy Coroner John T. Spring Coursey. In company with throe .companions, had been seen In the vie Initv of Concord station, a few miles north of the Delaware avenue slat Hon, and «hep a north hound ireight came along all four made an aii.mpi to hoard the ears The othera were successful In their efforts, but Cour H ey missed hla foothold and fell he tween «he moving train and the plat form. Hie body was dragged along for a short distance and then fell acroas the tracks fllh»r« on the THREE COMPANIONS BJARD FREIGHT SAFELY train had not noticed the the train did not atop |t was a aevere shock to the mem tiers of the family of the young man !„ t night when, ahortly after II o'clock, Deputy «-oronsr K. E- White. of Cheater, went to the home on Tllgb nlHn street and aroused the paren'i. g was the impression of the father an(1 mother that the young man was in t ,|g bed, and to make sure they wl!nt to h | s poom to n ,ake an investi gal | 0 „ was found the room empty. w>8 (bpn ( bo 8ad duty of Mr. M hiic i 0 break the news of hla death as «„Gy ns possible. the atrlcken home nothing was j, nown a8 lo the whereabouts of Jo jjpp | 1 a f (( , r t he noon hour yeaterday, when ho had left the house. The news of h)(( lint | m ely death wa« the first intimation hla parents had that he h(id loft thn pUy pj (fl (, 0 dy of young Coursey badly battered and bruised. One ^ oo( also was cut off and hla head cru!tbP d HI« ((identity was learned by papers he had In hla pockets The body waa shipped to Chester today by Deputy Coroner Harvey E. Nichols. » ... ■- * "»• It e «.«— ■ SAY WOMAN FED BABIES TO FLAMES tp a t »h* had «Mended Mias Dukes dur Ing the lllne»* that followed. Th* arrested woman was exceed Ingly careful not to run afoul of lb* Continued From Clret Pag» Éli tWoHFWhl her tfâ fj* Sh* Är'To^olTr'lHhuslneTor^o make either to solle, t bnslnesa or In make Aiitouioblls!arrangemenU for girls lo visit her. 1 jin several part« of the coutnry sh» had agent». 11 Is said, who forwarded ,h « to b8r Roasted Of Hasiness. JZÏÏ SS.'/,t "I'TX Z .. -.. .. - ho "«'' w hPr '' * hr h "' 1 r *"' said Mi* used lo boast of the huge sums she mad* weekly. Appar-ptU was no objection made to her Ïï" t Ä say. Mias Simmons denied, „hen ar ■ r*»t*ff, she had ever burned »h* bod/; ■" Infant, but Is said to have mltled Incinerating clothes and ac I cessorlea used In the operations. The j terrible «tench from (he bodW per «♦•*•«! 'he houses end th* neighbor hood, and was often r-mark-d upon hy pasaershy ! • r ® r months Paul had been Irving ■ ,n "«*•♦ ,hp goods'' on the woman. 1 Four months ago he notified Captain , of DeteeMvea Cameron of her Illegal "•»«"«■ «ml four detectives were sent to aearch IA07 Ar»h street, whore ,h* j had rooms According to on* of Paul's ' wltne»**«. the tool* of her calling were .oncaled In « bucket under '('He of old *hoes one of the detec Hives thrust hls hand among the . ahoe«, but, failed lo find Mi» lastru ment». It Is said (hit two glrla who had been operated upon were In the house at the Mm*. Hare Names of Virti'm«. The detectives have the names of this'some of the girls who were operated upon recently. One lives in Coatc». ville, Pa., another In Asbury Park and third In gwed-sboro N I Miss ,Simmons' patients were recrulta from all walks of life, according to Paul.' Women of the street «nd daughter, of | proud families lay side by side as they convales-ed The arrest nf the woman was prl m.rlly due to three y„„ng i" n residing at 152.'! Arch street, who searched her rooms They found a 'complete set of 'insÄnt. .„5 Jpromptly notified Miss Simmons that ishe must pay $l«o o- be exposed They admitted lo Paul that they were «Imply blackmailing the woman, and had no Intention of giving her away If she gave them the money. 8h#> rrfusfd to p«y. and the coroner'« office was told that a girl had died recently at the house. Detective PmI looked up the death certificate In th* case and found that It read. "Death due In Inflammation of the Intestines Th» body was held up and examined by th* coroner's physician. He 1 ported that death had resulted from a criminal operation. If the chsrgcs against Miss Sim 1 mon* arc proved, eh* will caaily out e) v «i Florcne* Ashmcad. of Mlilvill*. N. J„ who. four years ago, was dc j Bounced as the great-sr offender , «gainst motherhood. Paul declared lb* Asbmead woman was an amateur j beside Miss Blmmons. The rooms on Arch and Race, ] streets were handsomely furnished. Ml«« Blmmons had two expensive player pianos, and lived In fine style I ApparenMy «h» fell no fear nf ih* , local ,g,Hcc but when sh* was r*si»d sh» soon b»<«m» hysterical. Ph. „'U b» gl'»,, , f„r.h». hearing r Z*" "'""'oîïrW «»•'«vm will ba'« uomideled their tnvestiga'lou. PEACH SEASON NEAR ITS END large Sums Realized by the Grjwirs Til S .... .... ,, N '.i, „„ nea'pes"" l^Oie oncstlon being asked iftÄi,.' ^cen,raTV;uw«r: ,S Ye 8 R .e 'day's shipment will probably be the inst of anv size for the aeason. Cooper Ä- Tirry, who»* farm Ir h y fîoorpp K. Klrom*y. «**• ri-odtfod with having rwelwd |7«IOO lfor , hp)r ,. ro „ Renjamln Hartman, 1 |)Psr wondslde .Is said to have realised close to *gmio. w hite the crop of Henry RwlgPh of n *v «r. managed by T G. h((s RonP considerably over lisnno |* Th# RH(r#tv rrnr n f tR Ofin haaketa ' . , hp biggest peach crop In ten ' r# in central Delaware. The - ra .. |pr cron on the Ashcroft f tenanted hv C W Abbott, has „" owners more than *7Wfl. Harrison" Brothers, at Berlin, whoee , _ dprf . nl ore of a com ' , . , hH|1 , tlHt nf th ,, M / , x "„ r e,. ptv( , P | 0 „ e rr „ nl in M )0 beaHn g trees _* |||g| „, pi IUP H/ITDF ff LluL ; CTlTDDIWr i Jf £,11 II" ll JivllLJ _ Year RßSOUfCefUl OflK OFChafd Mail nCAtlUl vciui Ql\ Çnlvp« Pfilhlpm rtf DPPIl 501Y6S rrOBIflll UI UCCp Ufator ffOlBl I |gel f|,o m Burtons ;malnland. fording water |,y a font or more, (was done. Tunnell had was;sacks of fine clams, hut his »kiff had : floated away. ] He wanted the clams shipped inv | mediately ai d to swim for another boat, would take some time, so he drat waded across the inlet as far as he-<-ould wtlhouf going over hls head, wttn tit»» two ggpjrs of rlamff o'Jr bai k. hTnallv, he reaohed deeper water and Tunnell dropped one sack of clam» In the water and stood on it, w ith hls head barely ont of water. The other sack «as dropped a pace ahead and Tunnell changed his position to that sack. He then pulled out the nrut sack and dropped it »noth-w pace In front and by repeating ibis opera tion finally reached water where he could wade with both sacks on bis 'shoulders. The clams were shipped ion lime. OAK OKCHARD. D*\ . Au» 22.—To Island to the that was over hls head and In the meantime carry two large hags ot clwins. waa « problem which Ram colored, successfully solved. Tunnell clammed nearly all the afternoon, leaving bta skiff at the (aland, which la separated from the shore by a atrip of water several hundred yards wide snd In places over a man's head When hls work two largo Tunnell, his ; hr. HDTHM1N I« YEARS OLD Tomorrow Is .he forty sixlh an <M' r " a ^> of * ,h f r u B ,7 ,h , m *, n ' pr j Â.ÏÂ ,h,t tnmoTr .°' 1 honor of th* occasion, at which a number of Mr Bothmnns relatives -.^w^r'AH.'nMÎ. ruî, "k**? tZHI ; . , r . _ ' ' ' ' ' . the guest« Will be Harry Bothm*n. j formerly of thia city. Miss Gertrude ^| S n TÄi.« S u CA* M iïr Mri »'•"•er A Smith, of Phlladel- j ;phia. and Mrc Wise, nf Arfrk. P» ! Mrs. Bmi'b and Mrs. Wise are sisters'. jot Mrs Albert Rothman ; |t BD.LD,RG PERMITS mm*. Building Inspe.-toi .tnhnson i»«uerl the follow tng permit» today: \. S ll»e<| an-] «u-(Brother fompany, to make altérai. oni m th» repair [dt» »t the car b»in of the M ilmmgton and Philadelphia fraction .' ompany. «I Delaware avenue and du Pont ,tre»t,. *1 '«7 ; lame- P -tone», Jr , six dwellings on the north tide of Ib.r jficth street. we»f of if ».» street. *l.vm 'id.: Lendermsn A- *ro. dwelling No IWM Laurel atreet, AlOW; 1\ F. Hadley .for K.ne-d Di «ahaflno, three dw-ning, " t* M. Uneoln «treet. gl.SOJI ««'h ; "•"'>•«« « . Guthrie tor Do id R. J»'«. ""*• dwel'ing in Keeond »Ire*» " f * D"»»r<l I Atwell for Yhom.. Mward. two dwe Bj'" 5 *;' ^ < -> * r -'ffi c»n n - »-ich. . r .~ u . ! IRANI I AI. fOMMERtl AL. NEW YORK, Aug. 23. The mark*' opened dull. C I Hudson and Co. ««y;; "Take a trading position." K D. Laek-y and Co. say : - "While »he marker has been very d "" ,h, ' «»dertone has been rlrong Hn ' 1 ,h r n "' rk,,, ,n «"ncral looks "" if higher prices might he scored ' v ''' rk '' -— BANK STATEMENT. By Cnit-d Dress. i NEU YORK, Aug. S3. The weeklv »< tu«l hank . i.»...-.I t..>Inv -howed the Mim ing change»: «"H»'"" <lecreas»d. «.âï-Vii.VI; I"»-,», increased. gH.n.Mt.tiOOi «pci», incrraaeil H.ihm.-shi. leg.l.. ,,Jre«.eH. AMlH.-' deposits, increased. »"I.7I3INSI; Iein-ulatioa, derr*a*ed. *7 47.i"si; sur I* 1 "» "«ei'e. «2.171.150. -- BREAK GROUND FOR CHURCH, ..id l.r-.k»,, w-Mcdi.' after n,M *" f'*r the new church for theVfveiitii D"' Adventist», at Ninth and Howland .«twl*. The i-errnmny followed l( brirt'.in reading of tlie>rriptiirr», Kdwm K. Ms lien, sged Ay ears, of l-Jtil Market »trcct. h«d the honor of taking up the hint 1 "I'ovcl lull of esiih. Scierai hundred rc-11" 1 '«"re on hand to witn»»« the Icermionv. WORKER HURT BY FALL. ' William St Von. aged 77 venrx of \ n 7t»2 We-t »trcrl! bad » narrow en»n*;ti»' from -ermii» injury „ben be tell to Ihr hold of a \«e**l' at the llailan aid Hollingsworth Corporation - plant ve i t»nlav. He «a» taken to the Delaware ■ Hn-pital but refused to remain there '_ VACATION FDH POHTOFFM'F MIN Th» following carrier* and clerka* a t the poslofflce arc on their v«ca : (Inn. Carriers Price, Raymond, H»»d. SaUnrr. Bass» Bidwell Brown i | , Huh».t and K'rb ri. r g w.i fcn . Gould. Brown. Ph.lun and j Joues CONCLUDE QUIZ AS TO CAUSE OF BAD ROAD regarding thp Brandywine litindml, road from « lay "»«"'•■ 'O' *be Hiato line sn. ended While 1,0 decihion was readied or announced, it .be .on.so, of opinion that the|« , out rnetor, bad built the load according to the plans und ■me»ic**trm*. Kdivarrh I*, Rir*. roatf *tàim*r 9 haul l.r har! titfriHM to tW mUins of tin* ro»<l h)n«k»r hy in«p*«?tiiig »♦. Ha knew the work bod l»eu ,wo|.erly done. Somud U Burr.., wW was foreman for the toad eimtrnotors. -aid every pot of tin bntd-i material was healed ae icording to direction. Kontier Highway Commissioner Price, who wa. examined during the morning. »«id be remembered building • piece ot with an asphalt hinder at. lilaagow. YY ii liant I Horrigmi »nid his company 'built the ro.d. If had a good founds tic. ,.nd while the hinder was poor, yet the road ba. stood up well. Mr. Horn !-'•« said lie »fill Itdlleves the want of a eond fund th* Uaymonl rood .«used all ibc trouble. The Lew Cert will lake «orne «etmn ae Mi. "i ... .cti. fhe mad will have to !»■ re.ur faced and «onic changes of the water. enur»e» nud« before the road is in good j»impc. th» Levy Court be n ing In mom yefterday t be afternoon i n _ (.i',. . .4 Como H/UIf Kcidl/lfCJ UlK* dl JClflMS IIUUl # . -, _ n __, H llPl&Cl fl I lï P J 3 fTî P LJ 3 V Li II T I C U UU III C O f 11C In Grove. Pa. i Tn the deaths of Edward Kiefer, aged 7* years, an uncle, and Wil liam Sigmund, aged rt«i vears. father N1«uT anö '^plar^atreeta!"«'mhark JS ';° l weS" r awn' Ur on l ^"s^në -| 8 N d Of the week, at live same hour, were attended by the same physician and were buried at the same hour of the same da' and the same minlater moi.tTrf at live services. " x ', r Kiefer died on Saturday, Aliénât b following an (lines« of only h iv. m annnn(licitis He died s n'elncb in the evening. Mr. , vaf , „ployed bv the SÂVIaëlnhU «nd Reading Railroad EIVI a«i IP to-verman for 40 vca n r died the following Saturday, years, ni i hour The l. A T"« In nlv Ul abour a week ISd lattpr oniy rnmnLlra ;>'• "T'lZr." h> COmP (ton of disea. a. w.rtnes I Mr Auauat ll 1 at IffoVlork ■ V The "utherëlv cemetery Pine Mr. Sigmund wM burtod at MONEY PRIZES FOR PHYSICALLY PERFECT BABIESI Continued fr M i ■ TVS ,PM y " Kntry cards may he obtained by ad K'" ,r .v cam« ™«y dressing th* M-sl End Reading tio " r th * l " ,,a " are s,a,p Kair ' ° * y '|»lll he examined during the fair days;^ «" |p!1R thr 1 Rmited'te card and «s the number Is limit d « ÏL"« ^ *** ;; in r;: her « or before this da«* If b. mark Is reach'd th» mothers will be presented frPP artm ,„, on tickets to th* fair ,o h». on the appointed day for the examination. This contest, is in line with a move mept w hieb I» being taken up all over the country and the West End offl ri8 | g ronfldentlv expert the scientific h abv show will prove on* of th* big - pgt feature? of the coming fair. _ ... , oMMIY LOfh WOOD ro FARNKI RST. Ep*el«l to THE RVEMNO JOURNAI* MIDDLETOWN. Del.. Aug. 23.— r n ,- v cn ns tahle .tobn W. Dickinson anr) , ' hipf of Harry H. Htlyard f )hjh p,,..»,, s , h ee M Lo-k , ^ )n an all t nmo btle yesterday and , pok hlm to , h# state Hospital for th „ | nr , an e at Farnhuraf. Lockwood n«s been arrested and held for court under $2.500 hall on three different charger and the conatahle had three more warrants to serve on him but Drs. Clark and Vaughan declared him Insane on AVednesday. . . . » MIKE'S CHARGE FALLS. ^ r ». Jennie Baxter could me make a Pa se against her husband, I r , Por g P Baxter, whom she charged 1 Htth breach of the peace and the I State abandoned the rase when the i defendant was arraigned In City Court this morning. The woman had h*r ar rested for coming home tn a half drunken condition and breaking « "up. She also said he swore. The defendant, who is a one-armed man. was HI schar zed W " - IfINERAL OF MRS. JOHN S. LYNCH Hiarial to THF EVENING JOURNAL MIDDLETOWN. T»el.. Aug. 23.-^The funeral of Mrs. John S Lynch, who died in Philadelphia on Tuesday, took pla- c from the home of Messrs James land Roc S- Rrdgravp, on We«t Main Street, yesterday. The services were rharge of Elder B. F. Coulter, of I'hilsdelphla. Interment » as mad* In Forest <»m*tery. The psll-bearers were Wright Coppsge, Daniel \V. Ktevpns, Clayton O. Buckworth, J. William Bcnstan. Waller Bcastco and' Eugene E. Daraon CLASS ON OUTING, The Plu- I Itra dn»« of Bethany Ban Church «peut Thureday aflernom land rvening at Brandywine Spring* • ** i k. Those who enjoyed the outing „» r » Mildred Miller. Edith Pollard, Klsi* Greenwell. Anna Srbnfl»ld. Etta J>nm, Naomi and F.izabeth YincMng, Margaret Kenan. Ethel tnyle. Helm 'Scott and Mr». L C. A'ingling, teachei ; nt ,h * c,a " clous tonic hev-rag* TH I MM AI ER HEALTH DRVNK Hertford'» Add Phosphate * healthful, invigorating and ,-o-di„g tnd rtfrashirg than lemonsd*.—Adv. TT no MR. SHAW IS HEAD OF RESORT FIRE FIGHTERS The R»ho- | elected the 1 LEWES. Del.. Aug:. 23 both Fire Company liai following ofHcer»: president. Bert- I jjamln F. Shaw, first vice-president, Frank I* Chase; second vlce-presl dent. J. Fred Hudson. secretary.) Ralph M. Wingate; treasurer. Fred Willi—; chief, Irving Steele. ^ I a w't» H aniTa special commlt "* t o( by-laws and a spe..»l comm . «ppoi in p rt o a J* a * k th** b*n*flt of th* ,bp prnr »'ompany. . belonging *o J,,, hpriPR Company 'J> n Rahoboth H. n n " ' Maurice MerrhL son nfr r «_ If™' wa " **. r ly ™ thrown out of the The Rehohoth Hoard « om mission era has se ur d h fo lowing staff for teachers for ^ .«in tng term; principal, miss -Mhtj u. Powers; assistant. Miss Anns Know lea. of r.roepwood: fifth grade. Mra. Mary Hudson; primary grade. Mbs Lida Llndale. _ IE CO TERM STOLEN fWJ A ream stolen from Arthur A. Platts. of Pb Cidclphi« > as recovered here yesterday hy Detective Gleason, of Philadelphia. / The person who brought the team here has not been arrested. A School last Wednesday morning at Id o'clock in live same cemetery. Both |jvp[1 , n p)np , ;rovP onP Bq „ are g *P a r«.ltiff their residences. attended' "î,;' '"nevervi f'houSnd ' peopîë and the floral tribute« of hl» frhM'df «ere numerous and beautiful. Mr. Mayer attended both funeral». Mr. Kiefer Is survived by flve children, Hla wife having died about fifteen years ago Mr. Sigmund 1* survived by a widow and four «'hll dren; Mrs. Karl Mayer of this city, Mlaa Annie Blgmund. who resided with her parents, William Sigmund' of Schuylkill Haven, and John Slg mund of Harrisburg. Pa. Both th* latter are employed by the PMltdel phla and Reading rai road. r Another pecullfrity In the death,; wan ill»* ajc^s of th* dac(«aed» ho far « months ÙS days are concerned. Mr Kiefer wa» TR vears, 5 months and four days of as», and Mr. Sig mund was ««, 5 month and three days I old. CANADA WILL RETURN THAW TO THE STATES I I continued From First Pag-, vt„tc» ..ttioal« l„H.iv telegraphed ^(^«^01 the Interior protesting against Th«» being kept | ()|P | 0 ,. H | j„il. H« .-har>.ctcri/,«l it a«| I|nM(> a|V , , |prlarP ,j t h,. | haw millions ..„.H easily scur- th* prisoMr's free „ «,k»<l that Thaw !«• removed to ^i'^'' ,or "'•fekecp.ng, but it is un , jkp , hu rpqtlpr , t ,||| be granted j J*" ^ ***** .—' *» Usnada. Is-u-d a statement character Jibing all of the force» tbai a fori-lble, ; attempt would b» mad* to» take Thaw) I fr ?" »I VA 'Th-r^t.r f he advocates' retained by Mr .Thaw will believe for a minute that; they would countenance any illegal-' ; pi oredur*." h» said. "Mr Thaw's ; t create, will b» looked after In an or-, ; derly legal manner. There never has been a thought of Jail breaking Way should there be If Mr. Thaw goes hark to th» i nlt-d Stales he will go bar k to N>« York And It must b realized hy now that he can never b* taken bark to the Insane asv um. So why should be think of breaking Jail. Tha 7. ,s s ' 11 ' ap object of mu. h sympathy and despite a cold drtvlug ra ». there was. another crowd at th* J®!' ,h t« morning anxious to '' a ' ph a *''mpse of him at the window of h < s "'ll. Hirsch berg, of Nc burg. P Prh i O nal * ,orn '' : " rr, ' r, J here today. He confirmed the •'*'P or t that former Governor W. A_ Slone. of "»f y,V8b , •_ P; T , Thomprem i " , '1 William Blakely, of riUsburgh, her* soon to look «fier P haw> Interests. In Mdltlon. the I nlted States offeials said that Mil j H«m Travera Jerome, who prosecut p 'l Jha» as dls.rlct attorney ot . New York, would he here today to act as ■ "PT'* 1 M a ,''" r ~* l ; V Htt ^ n pp r , a l »„^tn^he York In aiding Thaws return to the Thawte l.wvers said that they did ha a ' a rs " " | '; "^ ,? h J rh „- pllP Iho. ih he intend 1„„cue the J*' ® temept Tom Thaw I ». iTT î-h- « h« enaaâîd louTa S, I. «r. 1 naw naa engageo i.ouis oi ^Tbh is'h suMect f " r kllw wbv Mr! Ijp- Tba ^ ''"b"* ,n * no ® '»> |Thotm p «Ofl a 7"vV . * 1*J* ,n a P° !, " ,on that " r - Thompson recover* damages for hla false arrest. That is all that Mr. Thaw rarpR to Ra > at ,m * , , „ , , . . V .... * , , ! leaving./ 5- A revolver. ' himself? 2. Why Is a. hotel wsitcr like a ] baseball player coming home? 3. Why arc clergymen Ilk* brake-1 DAILY FIZZLE. ANSWERS. 1 To ashes. 2. Through the Custom House. 3. Because h* will smoke when he's going out. 4. Because both appear best when IH ESTIONS. When docs a man Impose upon 1. tall Ilk» the! I 4 Why Is » dog'a I h»«r« of s tr**7 ft. Wh*. is th. diff»renre be'«»cn Irishman frc7»n to d**'b end a iSrotttsh Highlander on a tnountatn jp»ak tn January ? FREE PORTRAIT COUPON V coupon like fhia i« puli, fished in all editions of THE Mi* of SATURDAY. EVENING JOURNAL, these coupons of consecutive AlJgllSt 2J, IÇIJ. itaies will (rive yon EBEK OK I II Ull.l superb photi a > graphic enlargement. r r. Prevent coupons and picture you wish enlarged to Phot», graph Department, EVENING JOURNAL. Coupons mnsf he presented hy adults. Free offer limited fo photos containing only on* head, «light charge for others. A handsome carhonet enlargement for the six «'oiipnna and Alle. A beautiful eu largement in delicate water colors for si* coupons mid ft. £t.; .V: n ; r~j w y À A : « / t % n nr Georgetown Man Meets Sister After 34 Years Separation Special to THR EVENING J«M RNAL. ; GEORGETOWN, Del . Aug. 23—! D Bennett of near Slaughter B e«rh was arrested yesterday . harg ed by hla uncle. Burton Benneit with making threats and destroying n part. |„ B tomato patch. He was held ,n h » n for , ' 0,,r ' Separated from his brothers and ,,8,erB af , ' h, ' ' lPa,h of hls par * nth while he was young. Fred Stooms. of ,hiH town - wh " untl > a weeks j ago knew nothing of their where »bouts until hls brother Louis of Philadelphia, who works with former Georgetown resident. Charles] a . ■ :;■■ ■• - . =r-- — ; - 1- ' ■■ '" ■■■ ~ j rAfl I J â 1] J| jUUAL AN If DF DC Ail AT \T|T|ATC Ml» KXlllV fil N I* fW \ i LHtJUlml/ IfL/VVlJ - -Tame» P. Ratledge and daughter, \ ir-] ginn, are spending a f»v\ days in New T#rk in ,j tthitp thfl . p uj „ visit Coney . . . ' . J- C. Sinclair and family, of Richardson Park, returned from a two week»' auto trip to Wildwood and L M N j . ,, . _ Mr. and Mr». .Tames Ferrtll of No. Mil Adam* arf a( Wildwood, N. J. . -o WATERMELON PARTY. Mr and M „. 0#ors . ahinn enter talnsd af • waf*rm*Ion jinrtv ,i? rill tons Mansion, Rorkford u* day - m* tmtolmd by Mias Olive Stcp.oc, .forrv Krllchcr and Woodman Beeson. Solos were sung by iTve Misses Luelhi Steptoe, Muriel Kane and Kittle McMahon. Those present were; Misses Muriel jKane of Kensington. Helen Hanhy, Viola Catheart. Elsie Baron. Francis Halam. Jennie McKelvey. Sarah ' Gertrud» Ahhotr, Messrs HIHHI ( Brooks. Luella Steptoe, Olivo Step j toe. Ella Hemphill. Kitti» McMahon. Dunlel Medane.' Ralph Al-xand-r. tar|| ( ; roKan Woodman Beeson. J*rry Osil* Klwood, Jarn*s Thompson, Harry Mailman Tym![ A Mmwvn ''-v^ngüi » will „ rPiPh s. Retb-I A M E rhurch to ^I Bpe^fa^ o^rM^RA ENIM, I II RN ^ f thr Mp ,. p , j jinr-H:. > ->î farmer« in Sussex ,-uintv Khe management at the bayslmre rcort « .' rh| . ,», ir " '■ -Wu, ir - 1 j, v -« ,i rll „ . | iir .. r fflp Mirvland border P* ,'f. , , ir » . fjo ii„„..t »verv k.r-I ' ' lp| ,„ tp fr „„, ,(„= ,nciei.t m-vte iifFVkF Us «YNT VrIVITF DKTffTIVF.i Turner has made app'lca J. ( nf ?>n»ral S^sioi.sl *' 0 r n ,„ r » ng » " * » private detective, I »»».» '*«!** «• • ^ thp \. ( . p , Pln , • T„ r „» r formerly waa a barber. h , lt for »»,-eral rears h«s -ngas-d in detective work In several , Hp g n own. p | | | I ;» of tr. 1 ' *1 Tn ih* laroo touriwç car* '•* , n* in cviflrprf. WASHINGTON^ciALIST. At Fell** big, new drug '1er». Concord »venue and Monroe street, preseription are compounded «-> they »höuW be, and do<-tor wonkl have Ihrm to b». W» are speciali-ts n - your A»k him »hont «I». nf this work, but do n«l charge -peci.il i«ts' price«. Bell phone i2->4 and 4772D « riv.vg A ™™? K w Ä K «rN«. îiiw^ is not th» man J Third street says of that name who was arrested on Thursday for begging on the slrrct. Fochok Tea First Picking ol Selected Teas. A blend that makes a Ira grant and relrcshing drink. Sold Only in Bulk. 70c lb. Turner & Stelle, Distributors, 7th and Market Sts. Weekly win gel your Sod. Daughter. Self. Friend a walch or Jewelry, delivered on llifl paymeil. MITCHELL. Ford Bonding. Tenth snd Market. U rlwr. Penuel. learned .hat his brother Fr»d war ha , th)a „„„ k hPr mv t e r i ;) j Mln . hi . , " . ? " .tT!,,. * Î R ". * Î ' ' • Mr K • imi on. Rower« • rmach. wife of Captain (hartes Simp- ( son. of a Delaware Bay guard boat j Mr. Stooma has been «operated fron, , t bp sister lor about thir.-y-to.ir years Hch a sanotberslster,Ilvin K in'Phil v ; here and CHino here to visit him. adelphia. whom he has not soen for thirty-three year», but now ,-hat be b (s has ascertained where she lives it is intention to make her a visit within a short lime. Letters of arirnlnietraiion granted this week by Register R D. Lingo to Harley O. Moore, of Laurei. on the e«tate of WUltom Moore, lata ° Ama.ri^fcenae ha«; been .esn-d hÄ'.w!. ' LucM^irf ^wa rd mit» Ya.. and Elizabeth H. Mattnew», of Baltimore. Calhnun-Jbnea romnany ar. antic' paling a good sized pack this - eason, a)thot|Rh crop , B aholIt thr( ,, weeks late.. Following the custom for years af ter the close of the camp at Lavlnia's. near Milton, hy the white people, th» co | orPd resident» of that section ar K |v Pn the privilege of boldine th»lr camp and Sunday will mark Up open '"«of r h e(r ten days' outing, County Road Engineer VTorgan T 0(lm . who , as recently elec'll by th* Sussex County Lovy Tnurt i i .ha. position. Is engaged in maklng snrv. ys of the county roads in th" different districts Eor the p.-st few * ,ava br haa at surveys for rhr undgw IMI ;i?o f<* ! )r> pi^cpd :>« rr. h> t o county ovpt tlis nmnosrd fe*wrF-R*hohoth Canal Rdrt M^lsou, son of osorco A. M*' 8 ®"- « conductor on the D. M. and | j ! j ! R. R.. has accepted a position a Pullman car conductor. A bull terrier belonging to Edward D. Hcarne was poisoned a few days azo. Citv Council Is placing c»racnt, crossings about the town, greatly add ing to .ippcaranre well as m«k i w-alkiing better for th» public, Thr re is some talk of another play herP , . T -, X JamssI.Chandler.. Undertaker l'O.V2«T4 « ÄSttTmtt. TPOTt »' Biib-r,«. Pj.l«ç B"'"'"- h«ib»«d Tnrl SaFflll tOHtlO UNDERTAKER, The Only Licenced Lady 1 SINES AND WELCH FLORISTS No. 21 ; tv stb -St. and No « c *th St. Cut Flowers and Funeral Designs Delmnrtia 17*9 D. k A. -MITVi ins. s»K Vnj-ut en. ten. of Vnn« R. ■ • I vrill hm an ni» A »ICYJ of th* fun Th Ihi* r»( vif« IhiP noli TH AA NOR mm. H*nn*K ine*. WaUh. Rglatim »nH fr»*«4n »r» inri»*ff h# r f. K»rkwn**4 lf»rk . Rpfjtr irr|t. Tiit«*rm9nt at f'nth#HI?al r* [1. nf .h'h ■ a»»^n-T «I from h*r rttiwn Yff»n»i.'»Y m «f M UNDLRTAKLHS 711 Jefferson St. D. A A «IS D. Ant,, 3339. Embalm»» MICHAEL MEALY, Underlaker and Emhalmfr OIFICE N- IV. Corner Third and Jackson Streets. iPhone D. and A. 5317. We make it a point in carry only Roods of known quality arid established reputation - . j why you will find only the centime That is KODAK goods in Olir camera de partition!. Kodaks and Kodak Supplies of all kind« always on hand, and always new.; Eastman N. C. Film, the lim with *>7 years' experience behind it. Developing and IVintinc done hy expert.«, nr materials to do your ! own. HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAK SUPPLIES. A ■. v ;. -- - ^ T .."VT'' ' \ 2rJ. (' ■ i/ Frost Bros., 828 Market Slreel.