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OF NEW CASTLE Town Firemen March Today With Pennsylvania Laddies In Chester Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL NEW CASTLE, Sept. 4.—Members of the Good Will Fire Company were around early this morning getting in readiness for the trip to ChAter. The Italian Military Band of twenty pieces came down from Philadelphia and a street parade took place. The fire lad dies looked their best in their natty uniforms. The Delaware Rond express had a special car attached for the fire men and the band and at Chester to night the car will be put on the Nor folk express. Chief Jesse McKay will be chief marshal of the firemen, Mayor Rodney guide and C. P. Holcomb, John J. McDevitt and John Truitt, assistant VIRGINIA GIRL IS BRIDE OF DOCTOR marshals. While in Chester the Good Will Com pany will present to the Mayomensing Company a lantern which originally be longed to the hook and ladder truck o| the Moyamenaing Company, truck came to the Chester company Moyamensing of Philadelphia. Announcement has been made of the T be engagement of Miss Josephine Benezet Richey, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Richey of Immanuel Church, and the Rev. Floyd W. Tomkins, Jr., son of the Rev. Dr. Tomkins of Holy Trinity Church, Philadelphia. No date for the wedding has been set. Miss Mary White is spending several days at Harper's Ferry. She will be join ed in Washington by Miss Clara New love. 'Jesse Watts and Edward W. Elkinton of Washington, D. C., are spending their vacations here. W. Eugene Myers, son of William E. Myers has registered as a student in Friends' School. Delaware Montgomery found the pair of eyeglasses lost at the Ocean Beach Park by Edward Eagle. Throe carloads of colored excursionists came nero today from Salem, N. J., nnd went to Brandy wine Springs Park. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Booker are ex pected to arrive home the end of the Week. Dr. Booker was married yester day in Charlottesville, V«., to Mi*s Katherine M, Hannigan, daughter of the late Brandus Hannigan. The ceremony was performed "* lo * n £ Let!°" fViîr sf KniJmal n ach T e 1 -v«;] - pthol MrT pr.rf Zl ,hl best man Dr lohn H Neff of ♦bl* I nii nr'if, nf Viroinin The bride L. mvflii nwnv hv Mr Pnllnn The march.«« .net-hince in the nresenee of a -.f ax ru.rsnn« members of the I mLii.ià t» iniilac' ind ein- mate« if Ä groom. ^ îmmeïiaMv «ft« thl cerentonv Mrs. J. Callan Brook, gave a reception to the bridal party, after which Dr and Mrs Booker left on a wedding tour and will arrive here about SundnDr. Booker has l>e< i^ihc ,,1( ' cessor to Dr. Wcrtenhakcr in this city. being s graduate of the medical school t .f I •«;,«. itv nf Vireinia He is ÄiürÄJ.'S Ml#i li,^, ' hn '' h ■ dn ' ,B '' ,P ' Md 1 'U That you can do by ridding yourself of the cause. Weak and Inactive kid Beys allow' uric acid poisons to re main In the blood and rheumatic pains, swollen and aching joints fol low. Take Foley Kidney Pills to ease you of the pain and torments. They will positively and permanently build up the kidneys, restore their normal action and keep'the uric acid crystals out of the blood and body. Try them. _j; g Danforth. Market and Second Sts. Wilmington,' Del._Adv. Rev. M. Birnbach, nf Massey« visiting Mrs. 11 illiam E. Myers GET RID OF THE TORMENT OF RHEUMATISM HAPPENINGS AT BOOTH CORNER Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. BOOTH CORNER. Sept. 4.—Grover C. Hanby. who owns Cedar Knoll farra, one of the largest farms In the vicinity, has had carpenters at work re-roofing his spacious barn. The mid-week services at Slloam Church have been resumed and are now being held each Wednesday evening In charge of the pastor, the Rev. J. S. ToYnllnson. A party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Franklin F. Zehley In honor of the seventh anniversary of the birth of their son. Herbert. Personal:—Gilbert Pierce, of Up land, Pa., has been a guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs- P. Mark Pierce.—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chandler gave a watermelon party In honor of Qielr daughters. Misses Marie B. and Annie Chandler.—Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Peters Zehley were among those Irom this place who attended tU,u MacNamee family reunion held at Brandywine Springs last week. HOME FROM NEW YORK. After a very interesting and instruc c trip to New York Mrs. Catharine Grady with her assistants, Miss Helen Tagpert nnd Miss Nan Carberry are ready to display ing fall styles, to the public the cora Small hats are again popular, hut with many and all should be on , the lookout for the fascinating "Spring Maid" hat, which is having such a run in New York. innovations, ON HIS VACATION. A. Victor Hughes, vice-president of the Crosby and Hill Company, leaves today for an indefinite trrtp. Mr. Hughes, in company wtiTi Mrs. Hughes, will go to New York and up the Hudson, and other places of interest. n MR ROSS ENTERS MICHIGAN. Chester H. Ross, formerly of this city when he was connected with Friends' School as professor of history and mathemttics and athletic coach, will enter Michigan University at Ann Arbor this fall for a two years' classi cal course. STUNT BRINGS BROKEN RIBS, Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. MILFORD Del., Sep. 4.—In attempt ing to pick up a handkerchief while riding at full speed, Ralph Hardesty fell and broke several rib». Hardesty war trying to imitate a cowbo-'« act. NEW CENTURY CLUB PROGRAM Complledforthe Year By Com mittee of Newark Organization ™ a 5 : , ... _... „ Pictures We Ix>ve to Live With; Bee tprocity—Women's Club of Elkton; Tennyson, illustrated by the music commlttee; social service; Children's Day; Birthday Party; Book Reviews; Current Events; Afternoon Arranged Armstrong; Musical; Civics; Afternoon Arranged by Mrs. Q, O. Houghton; Lecture-Spiritual Element In Some Great Novels; Colonlal Afternoon—Famous Houses Taverns: Colnial Exhibit; Dramatic Afternoon; Training In Cul ture-Library Day; Training In Work- 1 Arts and Craft; Training ln Charac- | ter-Eugenlcs-Educatlon; Opera 11 llustrated: Delaware Day, Daughters of the American Revolution; Teach-iba® era Day-Vocational work; Lecture- I Household Economics. Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. NEWARK, Sept 4.—The program of the Newark New Century Club as compiled by a committee consisting of Miss Prances Hurd, Mrs. Ruth Rhodes and Mrs. E. W. Dawson, for the ensuing year Is now being print e( j The first meeting will be held ear jy j n November. The program lnc i U( ies the following subjects for j be afternoon meetings during the Mrs. by and The officers of the club for the en -„I..- n...,. __ suing year are as follows. President, "'".hL,"v . tt V VlCP ' president. Mrs. William H. Er an a ; second vice-president. Mrs. E. W. Dawson: recording secretary, Mrs. Richard Whttlingham; press oorres pondent. Miss Todd; chairman of library committee. Miss Alice Kerr; committee on membership, Mrs. A T. Neale. Mrs. C. O. Houghton and Mrs. Harry Hayward. Mrs. W'illiam H. Evans, entertained a party of friends at auction bridge several days ago. Among those who played were: Miss L. Evans, Mrs. .1. H. Hossinger, Mrs. Daniel Thompson, Miss Ann Hossinger, Mrs. Raymond C. Reed, Mrs. Weihe, Mr* J. H Duffv Mrs. Irving Davett. Mrs. Eaatburn' Mrs. J. P. W'llson Mi's Georgie • Mr .. T pinir,» Wright m-a Hprman T VSon yji RS K orPne Robin 6on Profpgg o r ' w. G.' Svpherd and p ro f PSÎI „ r van Glese Smith have re-! Professor Van Glesen Smith have re Rehoboth. Richard A. WhitMngham and famllj' have returned from a stay the Adirondack Mountains.—A. B Wld dcPB * ff Dexter, Maine, has been visit ine ° w Wlddoes.—Samuel J. ' Vr, Rht and family have returned from Ashury Park, where thev snent part ,«•»««• Mrs lohn Pilling ^mnlon" 8 xîu "lt'i ™Tb a Th7.n m f," h C ?® p f bcl1 ' ? ho ba s been .III with typhoid fever ' t ' n P rovlr ^T M ,7 „ b a alr A . r . onK 800 afl / Mrf . Irvit g HoTe-k'r of Wll I'ington. have been vi itlna Represen .illative and Mrs Ha vcv Moffecker Sî,r Äi W SÄ. p |[^ " f F, I ^ dR ba ' h P bpp " M1?b Fannie Shapnech.—Mrs. F. J. Strickland. Miss Emma Mackey. Miss Evelyn Cameron and Miss Helen Mackev have returned from a motor (trip to New York, Atlantic Cltv and Ashury Park.—Profes sor T F. Manns is on a visit In the middle west.— Mrs. Millard Bradley and Miss Shir ley Shellender have returned from a *rip to Atlantic City.—Miss Elsie Davis and Miss Alice Davy, of Newark, and Miss Reba Hill of Philadelphia, have been spending their vacation at Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, of. Memphis, Trnn,, are visiting the form er's father. Wesley Davis, on Cleve land avenue. Mr. Davis, who former ly lived hege, Is now general superin tendent of the city parks of Memphis. r ° ' The Happy Health Habit | is not easy to acquire in Summer when the appetite is fickle and the digestive powers are weak. When the warm weather calls for a change in diet the surest way to get Summer comfort and palate joy is to drop heavy meats and starchy vegetables and eat Shredded Whe&t with Sliced Peaches or other Fruit a dish that is appetizing, satisfying and easily digested. The crisp, well baked, porous shreds combine naturally with fruit acids, supplying the maximum of nutriment and keeping the bowels healthy and active. Delicious for breakfast or for any meal. Heat one or more Biscuits in the oven to re store crispness; then cover with sliced peach es or other fresh fruit; serve with milk or cream and sweeten to suit the taste. Requires no baking or cooking. More nourishing and more healthful than ordinaiy shortcake. Make Your Meat Shredded Wheat Made only by Th* Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. rjjppp] w as» * . i •z yji iüia ;î\ lia STANTON HAS MANY VISITORS Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL. STANTON, Sept. 4.—Mrs. Edward McCalllster was the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Harry Farra, on Fri day.—Mrs. John McCalllster. of Ruth by. Is the guest of her uncle, at Pennsgrove.—Miss Lydia Dockety has j returned home after spending some "fi® MTi th Fugene aU Itockc n ty öfldldtnJ townlwaVr Powell has'returned to his home at Newark öfter spending ^some time at Rehoboth.—Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boludcn, of Marcus Hook. Rebec^ S %oVlden.—Mr d,,1 a^d r ' Mrs' George Herdman and sons, George and Charles, and Mrs. Lew Myers were the week end guests of Mrs. L. Dennis.—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, of Philadelphia, were the week end u or Mr an(J Mrg Am08 Mea B i mpr ,_Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dayett, of Clayton, were the guests of their sls ter _ M rg Clara Dockety—Miss Ada Martin, of Wilmington, has been the recent guest of Miss Mary Taylor.— Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hamilton were the guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton.—Mrs. Ellison and daughter Grace have re turned home after spending sotne time at their cottage at Rehoboth — B. 8. Dickey and Lewis Dickey were Havre de Grace visitors on Day—Miss Alice Walters, of Warwick, lsi the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dthoson. Mrs. Benjamin L. Dickey returned home after 8 Jl pnd ng ® om £ tlmP ? itb nnd m v Coulter, of Halttmore.-MIss Mary JonP8 an<1 rta " Kh , t r r n ,° E „ r J?* mere, were Stanton visitors on Sun dE1 W ebb, of Conshohocken, ™ »he S UP8t of Mr and Mr8 ' Char,e8 E Webb on Saturday.—Mr. and Mrs. Robrrt SouthRatPi 0 f Camden. N J.. wpre thp gUPStB of thPlr father. Wil liam Southgate, recenty—Albert Jacobs, of Philadelphia, was the re cent gU eet of Mr. and Mrs. William Callaway—Miss Marie Snyder has re turned to her home at Schenectady. N. Y., after spending a month with Mr. and Mrs, Harry Boulden.—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rothwell, of Elkton, were the guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. W'ilson Poulden. on Sunday. —Clarence Rothwell, of Elkton. and Diver Ruth, of Newport, were the | guests of their cousin. Allen Ruth, on! Sunday—Miss Mary Taylor was a re-1 cent guest of Wilmington friends — '*** "" r to P. Q. Labor - f AFFORD TO HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE No man with a family to support lean afford to have kidney trouble, nor need he fear it with auch a remedy at I hand as FoIpv Kidney PUIb- An honest medicine, safe and reliable, costing | little but dolna much good Foley Kid hey Pills eliminate backache and rheumatism, tone up the system and restore normal action of kidneys and bladder.— N. B, Danforth. Maiket and .s'Second Sts.. Wilmington. Del.-Adv. ADENOIDS ARE A MENACE i 'ill fifii niii'x ' 1 Adenoids result from n siieeesslon of t' 01 ' 16 ln babies and young children. Tl >ay spoil the mental and physical IRp of a child. The condition that ; causes them may easily be avoided by careful parents. Quickly und thor ouphly cure all colds and throat Irri talions by Ihe use of Foley's Honey nnd Tar Compound, and adenoids will not develop — N. B. Danforth. Market and Second Sts., Wilmington, Del.—; ! -'PV; _ ~ ! Miss Helen Steele and Miss Anna • Zehley, of Newark, have entered upon their second year at the West Chester Normal School. AVFM V OPENS SEPTEMBER 9.2 nf Ihe Avenue L. E. Conness. 1< Theater, announces that that play house will open on September 22 the attraction being "A Woman's Way." Mr. Conness will go to New York to morrow to cortpMe the personnel of the company. The interior of the theatre is being decorated by Elwood Scuder, the color scheme to be eréam. gold and old ivory. . . SOCIAL AND PFRÇfiNAI NFWÇ rLKMINAL NtWb Miss Laura Hanna, of Kennett Square, Pa., has been visiting her cousin. Miss Esther A. Hanna, Edgmoor, Del. A. Miss Marte Stringer, of Coatesville, ! ti Pa.. Is spending her vacation In th l** j ' Ml« Mildred Green Is visiting Miss j Majorte Dally at Parkesburg. ^r®. A. C. Hutton and daughters, I, . J 1 !?' "r®' h V,*ilho ^nUc ^fty " J Mias Katherine Mullen and John Denver spent Labor Day at Atantlclof City, N. J. | Tuesday at West Chester Pa j M,ss r acrle Hottenfellow who has Atlantic £'*>■ has returned much Improved ln j wa.5.« r» t ou, Ä'SrÄ , , . « f __ days visit to Mr. and Mr*. .Tamos Brackin Mrs. Ralph Crozier nnd daughter. ! are t*ie guests of •if Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bent and Mlasjtjje Mario Smith spent Labor Day with friends at Chester. Miss May Lally and John O'Connor spent Labor day at Fenton's Beach. Miss Esther Dolan has returned from a trip to Atlantic City, N. J. Miss Lei a Wingate and Bert War- , burton are spending their vacation at the Hotel Brunswick. Atlantic N. J. I Alison Mearns Is spending the week j at Atlantic City. _ mm rp ^n? h !'l 8 ' [n^Mrafnla f months stay Miss Alice Morgan Is spending her I J vacation at Bower's Beach Miss EÎeanor Speakman and Mis. I Lillian Boggs are spending a few day àt Dover and will also visit at Clavton. j Herman Bothum. secretary to! Mayor .Harrison W. Howell, leaves 1 ; today for a vacation of two weeks ; which he will spend at Buffalo, K, r:Ä';v r "Ä- ... turned from a trip to Ocean. Grove, N. J. I Helen of Newark Mre. Halnra of .301 East Twentv-thlrd | street. | Mrs. 1'. S Colllson of Oxford. Is ; visaing relatives In this eltr. Mrs May BeaMaey ha« trout nn auto tr n to New I Wh'te Plains and Huntington L I. i Mr | Rending Pc . for a rt*lr ( Mrs. George H Kerr has returned. t r pm . tap we-ks'st»v st Ocean* Cltv. v with her son. Willard Kerr, of | n>w York City. ( Mrs J. Harvev Smith and daughter ^Pncrva. of Lama, were the recent via-1 Store here. . | Miss Margaret Carswell, who has twen snendlng tw-o weeks ln Phlladel pbia has returned Joseph Snow, of this cltv. is at the. j Ca-.lno. Saratoga Spring«, N. Y. I Mrs. L. Walter De Shields and daughters. Misses Helen M. and Lillian V., of Brooklyn. N. Y. are visiting relatives In this city, Miss Josephine Wayland has re-(open turned from Buttermilk Falls, N. Y. ! Mrs. Thomas Garvey and son, I Thomas. Ella Burk and Margaret Myers have returned from a week's stay at Atlantic City, N. J. John Conway has returned after i snendlng a week at Atlantic City ! N. J. Mr. and Mrs. James Brackln spent 1 returned York. I M'ss Nellie H McKav and Miss Ksthcrtpe c. McDonough have re turned after bavin» spent two weeks' n Cumberland Md . as guests of M'»" Cone'ln Borem«n. Mr. n-1 M-.i. J. H Dsnthem and! mu« M-'mi Da-'s. of this cltv. and | ' . „ r. Pa., la the guc t of Mrs. E. E. ; _ _ _ . .. , , * n Thrmrsep of Ca» - «i N. :!.. 1 b " vp ^turned from an envahi» trip P ? ,nt ^ m Party atyo vls ' Stevens ; v P ' M I MrB F , ' abr, ' , v rs I M-»dy. Mr. and Mr» lohn P Wells and Fno^h Godwin have gone to The Rev. Isaac De Shields Is con-' URGES TEACHERS' mQml DRlLl DR. WAGNER A. Wagner, Commissioner of Educa on 0 f Delaware, was the principal speaker at yesterday's session of the Chester Teachers' Institute, dlscus sing good methods In language and n spelling. duty of the teacher to make the child understand that the lrect language Is Just as requisite out school ae In school, the Mullln store for some years. Both gentlemen are originally from Ches tertown. Md. . -the p. & Q. Clothes Shop" is to s'.rÄ.frÄ r,o "ir; Lnf»y rome to Wilmington with . - . ..... expectation of establishing one ,be bp8t 8torP8 tbp y own rl * ht Prp ' CHESTER. Po,, Sept. 4.—Dr. Charles He declared that It was "I know a teacher who displayed right course In making a lasting Impression on the pupils, particularly those who persisted In using Incor rect phrases outside the school,'' said "No matter where she Dr. Wagner, [met them, whether It was on the way ehurch or a baseball game, she . . ... . ... City,(Invariably stopped the children and got them to repeat certain familiar phrases, such, for Instance, as 'he has gone.* Committing to memory "»«a*«" from the classics will aid materially In putting the burden of 8 "?*"* ** scholar and not the teacher. "*'**'1 Combined P ^choo".' ," barton Comb,nPd ,® cbo °'' HbHadelPh a, spoke on Method In Geography and Oil for Creaking Hinges. "P A O '' STORF TO »•«•V* open this month The man or woman who has kidney !'rouble Is facing a serious proposl Hon, where grave complications re ul [ ily follow neglect. Foley Kidney Pills are an honest curative medicine that once taken Into your system mean re I stored kidney and bladder action, and | a return of health and strength.—N. B Danforth, Market and Second Sts., .Wilmington. Del,—Adv. fined to his bed from the results of n serious accident. The new "P, & Q. Clothes Shop" to re-(open In this city at No B09 Market street, sometime about the middle of the month, will bring about some changes for local clothing men. J. Frank Davis who for the past 10 W ho has also been Identified with years has been with James T Mullln & Sons Is to have charge of the new store, and will be assisted In the management by James H. Shuster, RACQUET CLUB MEETING. There will be a special meeting of members of the Racquet and Mallet Club, of Si. Paul's M. E. Church, in Ihe basement of Ihe church tomorrow I evening. It Is Important that all members attendras an election of offi cors will be held. Full reports of the cost of Itnprove ments will also be presented at the Slocumb hns been called heme to at teed the funeral of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Rutter, w 'bc recently lost their lives In the | wreck on the New York, New Haven 'and Hartford railroad. , meeting. CALLED HOME 11Î DEATH. Miss Pearl Wales, of Scranton. Pa„ ho has been a guest of Miss Helen FACING A HERIOCS PROPOSITION. Misses Kose M. France and Helen Macklln have returned home after spending ten days at Detroit, Mich. HOME FROM BUCK HELL FALLS. George S. Capelle, chairman of the board of trustées of the Wil mington Trust Company, with hla daughter-in-law, Mrs. George 8. Ca pelle. Jr., her eon Harold and Miss S. S. Young have reitirned from Buck Hill Falls, Pa., where they spent the month of August, there from Wilmington on August 1 and ran Into the storm below the Delaware Water Gap. The members of the party put up at a nearby ho tel, but were unable to continue their trip that day. They took the train They motored . .s* COL. HAMILTON His Experience in the Army as Well as in His Home. if ■a mm mi * - i; ü ■ : j »j »■?: H .it: l i - ( '■c " fgjtii . m ■ • m r 0 W % mi ■■■ ■< .. v mi O. u. S. volunteer; INFANTRY 'i COL. HAMILTON.' ■y w i Gallant Spanish American Soldier Gives Praise to Pe-m-rn ) Col. Arthur U Hamilton of the Seventh Ohio Volunteers, writes; as follows: "I har e nsed Périma mysel r and In my family for the last seven ) years. I have already written you about the good results I expert-> enced with your remedy during the Spanlsb-Amerlcan War. "My command nsed your Périma during our service In the Span- ' Ish-Amerlran War, and I will say this, that If the War Department • records are consulted, II will he found that the rasnalties ln my I regiment were less than In any other regiment of the Army Corps while at Camps Alger, Meade and Hnshnell. The total deaths In my regiment during Ihe seven months' service were seven ont of a total ol 1,400. I, of course, eannot help hnt think that Penma certainly was a great benefit to my com niand." j ■ I [Box 76. Columbia City, Ind., writes: fan Now Eat Anything. Mr. J. W. Pritchard, R. F. D. 12. "I am pleased to say that I have been cured of catarrh of the stomach by Peruna, "I could hardly eat anything that agreed with me. Before I would get half through my meal, ray stomach would fill with gas, causing me much distress and unpleasant feelings for an hour or two after each meal. 1 "But, thanks to your Peruna. I am j now completely cured, and can eat ; anything I want to without any of the distressing symptoms. I can now enjoy my meal as I used to do, and It Is all due to Dr. Hartman and hla wonderful medicine, Peruna. "It has been one year since I was cured, and 1 am al) O. K. yet so I know 1 am cured." GLNLRAL NOTICE, The wonder of the 20th century. Absolutely nothing like It In the world. Just as necessary a« a match. In other words, we will say more necessary than a match, for we Inten d to eliminate the use of the match In the home, office or factory forever. If your house is equipped with electric light or gas, then we can give you the benefit of the raatchlese gas lighters Just Imagine coming home at night and walking Into your home and without any other agency I han turning on the gas and look pleasant and behold the light is there without any expensive fixture«, no by-pass light to get blown out, absolutely no suffocation can occur with our wonder. The gas absolutely cannot become extinguished while We all know the dangers of electric light In The people now have at their command the old reliable the gas valve Is turned on. time of storm. gas light without the une of the ever-destructlve match, the bothersome hy-pass fixtures, and many other expensive contrtvancee. we hear of Mrs. So and So being badly burned; she turned on the gas In the oven and forgot to light It. Now It makes no difference whether you forget or not, our fixture takes care of that responsibility. All yon have to do Is to turn the valve and presto the gas i g burning. Now, do we exaggerate when we say the "Wonder of the 20th Century?" How often do To prova the fact to you send 25c for cample. Call or write. Active agents wanted. Life Saving Gas Specialty Co, 405 S. Clayton Street, Wilmington, Del. Your Part in a Better Telephone Service We are pleased to receive suggestions that will lead to the betterment of telephone service —always. We feel it our duly to standardize con stantly and improve our equipment and operat ing methods to the best known standards, to maintain the highest efficiency and system, and to demand of our employees competence and courtesy. Those are our responsibilities. But tele phone service—good telephone service—does not begin and end with the Company. The way you give a call, the way the operator handles the call, the promptness with which the ring is answered, constitute good telephone service. YOU and THEY must operate as well as she. The Bell System e ii, ii ::iii ul HOME FROM WESTERN TRIP. Mr and Mrs. Andrew E. Sanhomj returned home yesterday from an extended western trip. They left Wilmington about the middle of Juno and they traveled to California, stop ping en route at Denver Colorado Springs and Yellowstone Park. Along the Pacific coast they went to Santa Barbara. Monterey, Los An geles, San Francisco. Seattle anti from there went Oo Alaska. to Buck Hill Falls and left tbe au tomobile where they had been stops ped In charge of the chauffeur. Catarrh of Stomach. Mr. W. R. Callahan, proprietor of Big Hill Farm, and a prominent' fruit grower and stock raiser, R. F. D. L Salem, Va., writes: "I had a very bad spell of sickness and could not eat anything at all. "My head, stomach. In tact, whole body ached, and It looked me any my as though nothing would do good. "I had almost given up. I decided to try a bottle of your Peruna and before 1 hod taken half the bottle my appetite came to me and my head be came all right In fact I was all right all over. Peruna cured me.'' Those who object to liquid medi cines can now procure Peruna Tab lets.