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I OF NEW CASTLE ~7 mu I «urne That f.urblno WflS Uly MUH • rinflA Withnilt Nntlcft tO U0OO nUIIUUl HWUvO IU Penraritf OuinPft rnipcny UWIIC1A - . , . -rue- wviTVTNfj TOURNA.! Special to THE EVENING JOLRNAT. NEW' CASTLE. Sept. 3.—City toun cil acknowledged at its meeting last night that it had not nolined Mr* B, Foster, of Dover, and the the Morrison estate to curb aru »tall a gutter in front of the lot on Delaware street Charles E. Lanças instructed by Council to do , a 4 * ...h.v rant» » the work an < . running foot for a distance or n f# el . . , Mr». Linus appeared before Coun cil last night and E * atP 'l la 1 - h!Lh Truvrnf.ncn to do the work heath or C ty Council * * ork f MÄfJÄÄ SrSS Ä tha! ïhe should d hiV been^flven # tha right to do the work and employ «hnni «h#* nlm-pd "pXÄ. P Ä.r bad been made add now the curbed. J » f m r*. 1 ,^" ley à. 1 , 1 r ,i )11 7 v ^ farm wUI continue the paving to the ra lrood Tti<* Rodney e-tats hus been notified to curb on the other side of <h The matter was referred to City So llcTtoi "an vier for an op'nlon. Cltv Treasurer Manlove reported the recrlptB for the month ae follows James L. Bacon, S 04 . 64 ; Charles J. Dohcrtv, $44.61; Mayor Rodney. »41. Following the passage of bills for •tone, labor and printing the bill William Warren for catching and killing »eveuty-flye dogs was present ed It brought forth a lengthy debate. Mr. Boyce, chairman of the commit ete that was appolnted to employ s dog catcher, said he did not know now many dogs bad been caught. Mr Mrt.rory remarked. TJtat is nothing new There are three mein hers of the water and light ™ m mU and Mr. Weggenmann put In a HEALTH BOARD WILL CLEAN UP DOBBINSVILLE ter was is tee. new light without the members of the committee knowing anything about A general discussion followed concerning the rights of other com mittee members to interfere with the business of other Counelinien. Warren then appeared before Council and ex plained as to each dog caught ond killed The Trustee» of the Commons last night postponed the elerttnn of presi dent until the next meeting. Acting President Deemer appointed Janies M Wise, James O. Shaw and Eduard Challenger a committee to hold the election for a member of the Board to succeed the late John H. Rodney. The election will be held on Satur day afternoon. September 27. Free holders and renters have the right to It." vote The Board of Health derided to go ahead with the necessary elean-ap work In Dnhbtnsvllle. Dr. Roth drew attention to the violation of the law by excavators who empty night •oil In the city limits. Considerable other business of a routine order was transacted by the Board White potatoes, big baskets, 60c this week; Jap rice, 60 lb.: extra fancy head rice, 9c lb., at Platt's.» William Duker, colored, was before Magistrate Nickerson last evening for having published a false report. It w as that John Day was with Charles Matthews at Carlin's chicken coop when seven chickens Were stolon Duker said he "heard the report float ing in the air.'* The case was dis missed. Minnie Lawrenoe paid the costs for assaulting Mary Brown, also colored. The Christiana A. C- came here by special cars from Wilmington last evening and spent a pleasant time at Ocean Beach Park. Mr. and Mr». William King, of To ledo. Ohio, are visiting New Castle friends. Walter Taylor paid a visit on Sun day to Joseph Bacon. It was his first visit since he left New Castle for Camden, N. J., twenty years ago. MELDS' BATTERY MEN IN REUNION In Shellpot Park yesterday the an nual reunion of Melds' Battery As sociation was held. Speeches were made by Colonel Benjamin Melds and Richard G. Buckingham During the | year Lieutenant William Lee. Peter' Chandler, Samuel Gossett and Parke Manon, members of the battery, died, and William A Talley, Robert Liddell •nd Colonel Melds were named a com mittee to draft resolutions on their death. The officers for the year fol lows: James L. Hawkins, president; Wil liam A Talley, vice-president; W1I-J llam W Lackey. Rumiord, secretary and John B Kelly, I chaplain y Followln was spread by the ladies!^! Henry, manager of the park, donated hot coffee, for which a thanks was extended him. treasurer; Alfred i the meeting a dinner; James E. vote of WATERMELON PARTY. A watermelon party wa» given in Peunsgrovr on Monday night »t the Charles cottage by the Misse« Carr. The young people danced on the beach »t midnight. The guests Helen Goselmg, Elv» Jerski. Lillian Jer »ki, of Philadelphia; Marie Carr, Helen Carr, Esf-ie Clegg, Cora Carr,' Sarah Kuechel, Robert Hanley, Harry Vanden brsak, James Carr, Frank Hy!»nd, George Shultz. Albert Ryan, Raymond I Godwin, Charles Wahls, Charlie Brown, Clarence Pyle, George Clarke. The partv 1 was chaperoned by Mr. and Mr». Frank j Vandenbraak. were-. Mi**es 0 MARRIAGE AVMVERSART. Mr. and Mrs. John Rlpperger yo* terday observed the fifty-fifth annlver eary of their marriage Their chil dren aüd grandchildren were at their home, No 1641 West Fourth street to spend the day with them. Mr, Rip perger is a member of duPon» Post. G. A. R. and a past commander and on October 29 will reach hi* eighty-sec ond birthday anniversary. Hlg wife la tn years of age. M v - 'V. NEWS NOTES from elkton social and personal notes Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. . ELKTON. Md., Sept. 3.—The régi» tmrs of voters for Cecil county met in Elkton on Mondav and received the registration book» for thi» year. Tb« »ea»on for »hooting rail und rred birde opened in Cecil county on Monday, Manv Elkton gunner» were In readine»», hut tho i B( .g of » good tide operated against them. The marr |,_, of M)si H ,i„ n Header, daughter of Mr. and Mr». James H. Reedfr of North East to J. 8. Taylor of Wilmington wa« solemnized in the Church of the Transfiguration, New York City on Thur.day, the Rev. George Clark Houghton. D. D. officiating. The de»« of Luoiu» Henry White of p<)rt took lnce i „ r7 tho Mary-I , ani , 0f ^ ora i Hospital, Baltimore, on Friday. The Red Men's parade in Elkton on Color., Cherry Hill and the surrounding towns calne in full Indian renalla. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Thackery returned to thtir home in Elkton on Sunday «fter a delightful automobile trip to Atlantic City, Asbury Park and other New Jersey resorts and to Bay-1the vl „ e L j whara th( , y were the gue8t8 of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neilaon. former , 0# EIktOBi ._ Roter , B Lewi« of PMI» udelphia »pent Sundav with hi» »i»ter, Mrs Harry D. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. _ __- . MAUN FAMILY IN REUNION AGAIN The annual reunion of the Malin! Fsmily Association. composed of » . , # n a « trii,.Kw*k jropenyL^hir,. England, about 1682. was j held at Chester Park. Chester on Monday, nearly one hundred mem hers being present. ^There was ^nojormal "«»» meeting, the time being given ortr to social pleasures and meetings of members of the clan for the one sociable day with each other of the year. | Following the dinner a business ( meeting was held, at which the main of|huslne«e was the selection of place | ? 0 r the meeting next aeason on Labor p ay Sever a l place» were proposed. bu t Lenape Park was finally chosen by a larg- majority vote. The re union had been held there on two pre vtoUP occasions, on both of which there- were large numbers of the members of the clan present. Th „ offlcerg of i apt year were re P i eot(>d Elvina Malin Highly, of West chrstpr rhn|lfin President; Ella Malin Edwards, of Berwyn, vice president: Ida M. Omensetter, of Media. Secretary; Harriett R. Malin. of Medltf. Treasurer. Those who registered were; Eliza Heacock. J. Morgan Wood, Mrs. Annie Malin, Sanford Omensetter. Heien M. Wood, Mrs. Morgan Wood. Ida M. Omensetter. Frank P, Malin, Mrs. Frank P. Matin. Irene Malin. Rachel H. Malin, Ethel Pinkerton, Media; Lydia E. Arters, Samuel Brunner, Mrs. Samuel Brunner, Howard Brun ner. Nora Fox. Royersford; Clyda Griffith. Newton Taylor. Evelina D. Caldwell. Chester; Mrs. Louise Grlf nth. George M. Sharpleas, A. Mary Sharpless. Mrs. W. A. Pinkerton, Wm. Hlghley, Lide Malin Taylor, Theresa îî*|" M * l . ,n H ""'- o"* rnîîr« ïi i K E u. M u. ' 1 ' w b f?K C . P ' S v r a n ey .' Woof Chester; "«Rer I. Griffith. Paul S r A . r . ,hur ^ B ^ Griffith. Mra. Gpo. Grffflth. Mrs. Duella Malta Griffith, Mrs. J. A. Carroll, Wilmington. Del; Annie Marquette, Phoenlxville; Jos. E. Matlaek. Emma. Malta Mntlack, Irene Mallack, Jesse Matlaek Swirth EBa Malta Eduardh. Charles '3, MPb. G. W. Derpickson, ne Lewis, E lUh Lewi», mort ; H. Ed Mrs. "Breath "Get No e the Air That Builds 99 xt to Nature" and "Enjoy the Great Outdoors, The Social Club Life on the Water and the Bungalow Life in the Pines Also Enjoy Motor Boating, Bathing, Fishing, Sailing And the Exercises, Pleasures and Pastimes consistent with Outdoor Life. The Lure of the Billowy Waves and the Sighing Pines DRAWS THE INVESTORS TO »» OCEAN GATE The Shore Resort Unique Swept by Breezes of Ocean, Bay and River and Boasting the Following other Advantages Stores and restaurants. Hotels. Long distance telephone service. Miles of well made streets and boulevards. Ocean Gate is a Safe, Sane, Profitable Investment—Not a Speculation. Jury. Come With Us on Sunday Next as our Guest, and Sec for Yourself. Mater main* through the »treet«. Pennsylvania Railroad station on the ground. Two and one-half miles clean beach. Pocks for free use of property «tyner». yacht club. Postoffice. In line of the inland waterway route. Pine groves, fruit orchards and velvety lawns. Let your Eyes be the Judge and CHOICE LOTS »100 and Higher* Easy Terms 10% Discount for Cash Shore Front» and Busines» Sites at Specially Attractive Prices. ®^*Free Guest Train to Ocean Gate, Sunday, Sept. 7 WRITE, CALL OR 'PHONE FOR FREE GUEST TICKETS. At Either of the Below Addresses : CHARLES A. FEIL JEWELRY STORE. 311 MARKET ST. PHONE 5682 Charles S. Bayer Great ILastern Building Corporation Philadelphia Office—Betz Building, Broad Above Chestnut Street. Phones ; BeN, Walnut 665. Keystone, Race 2678. August and Mr. John K. Lee and Miss Kdna H. Lee of Klkton were visitors i . n^i pu, otl j i», ir4 on ' ■ Sunday. Dr. Albert Hague of 'V il- ; mlngtou spent Sunday with hl» parent». Mr. and Mrs. Thomna Hague,—Robert C. Levi* of New York ha» been »ponding, a few day» with hl« mother. Mr» He» tor C. Levi».—Mr. and Mr». William D, i Caulcy with their family, left on Sun- \ day for an automobile trip to Syracuse,| 'N. Y.—George A. Lee of Baltimore l»;a the gueat of Elkton relative».—Charles 1 N Tull of Wilmington 1» vl.lting hi« mother, Mr». Mary E. Tull.-Mr. and,». | Mr». Steele of Newark, Del., »pent Monday with Mr. and Mr», CUrenoa Perkin».—Mr». Henry H, Hagan 0 f | ! Cheaapcake City ha» been the guoet of friends in Elkton.—Frank E, Bradbury of.«fj« »• Beck of Dover i. an Elkton visitor. Thomas J. Major and family have re* turned from a visit to Cape May, N. J. —Mise Carrie Dunbar of Wilmington la the gue.t of Mi.. Helen 0» or K'---**£ Frank \ an Sickle of Coiumbu«, Ohio, 1 » guest of her brother, Judge Albert Constable at hi» summer home "Whit ney HiU,"—Mrs. John H. Clark and | iMin Rebecca Clark, of Wilmington, are tho guests of Mrs Clark'» parent», Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Merritt. - _ (AoSeSS IS BRIDE OF I. W. MATTHEWS Min Edith Dolores Walls, an act ress of Philadelphia, and John W- j Matthews, salée manager of the du Comp.ny. j yesterday In Ft. Francis de Sale». Catholic Churrh. Philadelphia. The bride, was the. Ingenue In the Orpheum Stock Company a year ago. She has been with the Poll Stock Company for the last few months. Mr. and Mrs. Matthews will spend a week in Atlantic City, and then Mr B Matthew« will resume her stage ca reer she will retire In about a year. Mr. Matthews la 37 years old and his wife lB 23 _ „ - PASTOR WEL(OMFI) HOME. - The npT _ i> r- j t f. Hanna Given ; RtH-entlon hy Parishioners. ppHLADELPHlA, Pa., Sept. 8-The D Joh _ D c u anna Da stor " t ' hf29t h street Methodist' Episco Church, 29th and York streets, * . recentlon bv members of M rfmeregatton upon his return last Sliht fr«? Europe He represented the Philadelphia County Sunday Schoo i Association at the Sunday :g ch0 ol Convention held In Zurich. Thp Rev Frank F Ruter and E . F Fll slng met Doctor Hanna when he | anded i n New York When the party 'alielited at North Philadelphia last n)ght t hev were greeted bv a band, a troop of ' Boy Scou t8 and members of x) octor Hanna's Bible Class, who p ara ded down Broad street. - : r-yry— Berwyn; Thomas Malin. Mrs. Thoma« Matin Ma', n, Beniitnli. H Malt.i Alexander Pauls. Mis. ,V,o,under p ir rl8. 0;>n--a Mall» Greun. Mrs. Gecrge .Malin Green. Martna Ida j ^ 0U ng. Philadelphia; Lev! Malta, Hroon ' ; ' : *- Ham«"» O. Malin, Han - more ' Md ' : Milmer L Malta, Belle fon,<>: Oullelma P. Caldwell. Brook haven; Mrs. Joseph Guest, Sugar town; M s. Blar.ehe Fleh PMIIi; » Folsom- Mr and Mrs. I Toward C. Malta. Woodbury, N. L; EL a Hertliu Malin, Edge Moo.-, Dc'.; Laura Scy mon. Nsw York; jt tt Poliert A. Mather, Fddystone. Visitor« Mrs. C. M. McAllister, Mrs, J. W, Russel!, Mrs. C. S. Ottey, Media; Loci.ard Dr.-uu r, Dover, Del. Mr. and Mr». J. H. Bantliem and Mis» I and W. B. H*vls of this city Ihonipson, of Camden, N. nave re .turned from an enjoyable trip to Love ,-, 0 l n t. The party also vUited at the Iintne of K. K. Milliner, of Stavenavllle, Md. Mr». Elizabeth M. Boyer, °f Cheater, Tn., I» the gue»t of Mr», E. P. Moody. Mr. end Mrs. John P. Well» end Mr*. Enoch Godwin have gone to Reeding for . Mr», George H. Kerr h«» returned from a two week« .tay at Ocean City J, with »er .on, J. Willard Kerr, of York city. „ f ;f*nio« T. Semertcen ' WHmlngton, h.v. been vl.lUng wlü ihl. eieter, Mre, J. M, Jame» of ne '* B 'l UBr ®* M"^.»" Hook after'a"i»U to irlond. in M fXa 0 f /Im a were recent * * 9 „j Margaret Carswell who ho» beau 'lin two months'in Philadel phill h a» returner! to her home, in thi» U ■ Frederick O'Conner has turned " from an extended vacation in ^tarvlnnd und Atlantic City, where he d ™». y j r and -\] rs Swartz, of Lancaster. Pa '„ have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Jordan. &.W Ä ft'' u W AUntl/ffi*X. f J." * Mi»» Marie ™ £> rt * Franklin street, ib usUmg Miss i SESJÄ - » ' ' - k £ MpH ugh i» spending ten dava at 0 cesn City, N. J. Harvey Green is a guest of Mr». Thomas Meredith, of W Blow Or . ^^Annajhomp»^,.^ ^ ' Miss Helen Ro»s has returned to Hsr jrington after a visit to friends in tbis ] .,city. .Bending Di - M ilbur wm mJ (" -ec-nt gueat of , , Tf, '' n ,, 'i£ P i"J K rnnk Stout are guest» 'J r . ,r '' ' . g | .«j vf« M»rk'Welch and »on. ' >> r - mlef t» of Mrs Wil of Milford Neck I vri», Oltle Harrington of Milford, is the guest of friends here! Vi?» Phillip Magabern Miss Mary, Kathryn and Ilea no? Magaharn have re turn«d from a visit to Mr and Mrs. J. P. fro»» of Slaughter Beach. Mri George^Prettyman and sons. Mr nnd Mrs E Hatfield and children have been occupying a cottage at Slaughter Beach. , Mis» Msbel Buckmaster has been vbc Ring Major and Mr». W. E. Lank, of Milford. JU , .. Charles McTntire has been visiting his aunt. Mrs. J. M. Hyde .at Rehoboth William T. Tappan, of Rehoboth, was a recent visitor in this city, MI»« Edn* Mclntire uho ha» been visiting friends at Rehoboth, ha» re turned home. Mi»» Helen W.lnwright ha. returned |from a visit to friend* at Mi.^Lm» Pusev ha* heen reridmg l*™* t V7«^,e? who hi. bSS ^1?.' '''1* 1 " y, M r and Mr! Hillarv j lî* . l ' 1 ® ® C * Ald hng returned P*' 1 '- of Sal '» b,ir y- Md - hai tKurne<l Littieton Bailey who ha* been visit c " ns ' Mr, nnd Mr«. Hillary , (a c xj , of EaUgb'ury, Md.. ha« returned h * ' „ J>OBHn an d Warren Elliott are the l ri * M t» of Sir. «nd Mrs. Charles Peters, | at Fairfield. I yii,« Ruth Bidwell has been spending ' a aveek with her cousin. Miss Elsie (Dixon, of Milltagton. Md. Mi»» Mary L. Richardson, of Chester town, Md., has been visiting relatives in I thi» city. West re Mr». Lydia Fowler 1 » the gue«t of rela tlve» at Milton. Miss Elva Bennett, of Millwood, has a« her guest Mi«» Webb of thi» city. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beer have been vinitlng friend* at iiurrtvllle, Md. Mr. and Mr». Harvey P. Welch are | ** p-r-u. ..... »-y . ' „ .. Lee^ Harrington ha» been visiting his | rmKins nas oeen spniu ith Mr. and Mrs. John has returned parents, at Felton. Mr». Horace Roop and children have been »pending some time with friends at Milton. Ml»» Mary Thomas, of Andrewville, a recent guest of Wilmington vus friends. Mrs. Norman Hopkins has been spend ing a few days w L. Hupkin», at Vernon district, near Mil ford. Miss Anna C. Smart home after spending two week* at Dela Water Gap and Easton, Md. Roland J. Smith of Montrose has re turned from a visit to Philadelphia. Mrs. J. Herbert Mullin of Atlantic City returned home yesterday after spending six weeks with her mother, Mrs. Eli Mendinhnli. Allen Sharpe has returned from a short visit to Sea Isle City, N. J. Avery Gray has returned from a U il 1 Mi». Margaret Som.r. i. .pending a| fe*5 «d ** ind M „. J,., . . G.r* k * ' lB,t ^ th * Marshall Smith of Philadelphia was ft g un( j a y visitor at the home of his "ÄffÄIÄSl ^„.5^ Mane Carr of No. 30« French I str«t ! PatrollBan william Snyder, with KM. g nydar „nd their (laughter returned last^night^from a ten days' visit at Mtr j. v Riltv and Mi«» Kate Rilr>v are «pending ten days at the; Gariy House. Atlantic City, Miss Marie MeGraph of Ko. 109 North Franklin street left yesterday for a visit of two weeks to relatives in. Johnstown, N. Y. The Mi»«es Mary C. and Jane a!mc-| Gonicnl have left' on a visit to their, lister. Mrs. John Flinn of ßt. Louis. Mr and Mrs. William C. Baird andj family and Mrs. Anthony Orth and! family have returned from a ten-days • stay at Fenton Beach, Mrs Cora A Baird and »on Preston,' were week end vielter» at the Fenton Cottage. Fenton B«nch. Mr and Mrs. William F Boiwart and 6on Orville. Mr. and Mrs. Norris smith and son, Irwin have returned week's visit to the Delaware Water I kjqp. _ _ from an automobile trip to Atlantic , ty SHELLPOT ATTRACTIONS. v,. ,v, 0 „„«ai nrovram at R W p l ar v^ t od a y includTnV "ree 1 band^oncerts afternoon and evening ^" d fr ee mo ing pic?ure8 în the even ?ng Dilated songs have been added to the free moving pictures bv Manager Henrv. Tomorrow night ^,11 be amatTur night and a number of amateurs will contest for prizes in addition to the regular vaudeville bill. This is expected to prove an interesting feature. Friday night will be groeery night and on that oeca B ion 200 packages of groceries will 'be distributed to the lucky patrons i n the Family Theatre. Saturday will be Haymakers' Day when that branch of the Red Men will have a special pro gram of exercises. ol -her special features week. William F. Kurtz has returned home from a trip to Europe. William R. Fuges left Monday on his annual extensive western trip. He j expects to spend most of his time this | year in Denver and Salt Lake City. There will be during the GIVEN FAREWELL SOCIAL. Miss Anna Butler, of Henry Clay, who left on Monday to enter West Chester State Normal School three year«' teacher training course, received the best wishes of a number of her friends for her future career at the farewell surprise party given her last Friday evening at her home, by Mies Elizabeth Frlel. Music, games and dancing whiled away the evening I for a ]5Sii-£j; Âê AÂ'S.'SÏÂI ,ftter «I a prettily decorated table Those preaent Included: Mrs. Butler, j rg Fr | e] _ Mrs Johnson, Misses Julia *- Foster, Grace Toy. Helen. Buckley, Mary - - Ä —). Carrie Cul llnane, Elizabeth Cannon, Mary Frlel. Layton Carpenter, Francis Frlel, John Flynn, Mr. Bogan, John Rowe, Joseph Rowe, Harry Whittaker, John Connor John Lawless, Smith and brother. _ J°h n Hallesy, George Harrington, and John Braden. 'Martin, Anna Sarah McLaughlin, , Anna Rowe. Elizabeth Frlel, Ward, Mary CuUlncn» , Mr. Gibbons, Percy : Joseph Frlel, iRrrinB'tnn anH 0 STORK LEAVES A SON. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Steele are be ing congratulated on the arrival of a son. They have named him Edward Newell Steele. Dr. Steele is an offi cial of the duPont Powder Company. | Brazilian Balm for Hay Fever Cases cured 20 years ago have never returned. Kills the germs if it got to the spot. Sec Circular around bottle. 50c and $1.00. Druggists or by Parcel Post B. f. JACKSON Er CO.. Arcade, N. Y. The Exchange Lunch Rooms Have Re-Opened With Everything Home Made NO So Called Restaurant Cooking. Seventh St., Between Market and King Sts. NOTICE! Chapter 177, Volume 27; Laws of Delaware. General Provisions Respecting Trade. AN ACT Providing for the Registration of Persons, Firms, Partnerships, and Associations. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met: Section 1. person, firm or association shall engage in, prosecute or transact any business within the limits of this State, by using any trade name or title which does not disclose the Christian and surname of such person, or in case of a firm or association, the Christian and surname of each and every person comprising said firm or association without, in addition to what is now required by the laws of this State, first filing a certificate und»*i the hand of such per son, or in case ,of a firm or association, under the hand of one of the members of such firm or association in the office of the Prothonotary of each county in wnich it is prose cuting or transacting such business, designating the trade name or title and Christian and surname of such person, or, in case of a firm or association, the Christian and sur name of each and every member comprising such firm or association, and all such certificates shall show the date when such partnership or association was organized, to which said certificate there shall be attached the affidavit of the person signing it to the effect that the facts therein stated are true and correct. Section 2. That whenever a change occurs in the membership of any firm or association which has filed a certificate under the provisions of Section 1 of this Act, supplemental certificate under the hand of one of the members of such firm or association, shall, within ten days after such change, be filed in the office of the Pro thonotary of each county, in which it had theretofore filed certificate designating the Christian and surname of each and every member comprising such firm or association after such change, and the date when such change took ef fect, to which said certificate shall be attached the affida vit of the person signing it, to the effect that the facts herein stated are true and correct. That after the approval of this act, no a Section 4. If any person shall wilfully make or file, under the provisions of this Act, any affidavit which is false, the same shall constitute the crime of false swearing and shall constitute the crime of false swearing and shall be punishable as such. Section 5. If any person, firm or association shall violate any of the provisions of this Act, then every such person and each and every person comprising such firm or association shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars or imprisoned for a term not exceeding three months, or both, at the discretion of the court. Section 6. Nothing in this Act shall affect or apply to joint-stock associations using a common name, not being ordinary partnerships, which have more than fifty stock holders or members, nor to legally incorporated companies. Approved March 12, A. D. 1913. This does not apply to persons who have already com plied with the previous Act. JOSEPH W1GGLESWORTH, Prothonotary. f Baltimore 6 Ohio R. R. Sunday Excursion, September 7 $ 2,00 Washington and Return l SPECIAL TRAIN leaves Wilmington 8.42 a. m. Washington 11.15 a. m. Returning, leaves Washington 7.00 p. m. Arrives MISTOOK KICK FOR RABIES. Mule'* Treatment of Collie Starts Mad Hoar Scare Among Farmers. GEORGETOWN, Del., Sept. 3— Farmers around Shortley road are no had gone mad, when It was afterward was simply suffering from a kick by a genuine , Missouri mule. The dog was playing In the barn yard when the mule gave him all the muscle behind a No. 10 shoe. judges of hydrophobia, for on Monday they were gunning for a young collie . owned by Harley Pepper, supposing it I I Dazed for a minute, the dog started to find a hole to hide from the cyclone. Its wild antics to reach safety per suaded the nearby farmers that the animal was mad, and armed with shotguns, they tried to run tho collie , _ down. Pepper ran panting to ex plain that a mule had kicked the dog. it was several hours before the neigh borhood could be convinced that it was a mule's kick instead of rabies, and in the meantime the dog had found a hiding place. It has not yet returned home.