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OF NEW CASTLE Town Firemen Proceed With Preparations for Hallow E'en Celebration mBPEHUniMINGTONIANS WILL JOIN IN FROLIC SpwMM&vTHJ: EJVBJNINO JOURNAL mnnTTWYTTiF Sept. 17.—AH mem tniin#iKhn Gnril Will Fire Company aroeCEQpnuBBcP to attend the meeting of ilio, oompa&T 'tonight, when definite •oOan «111 be taken regarding the propo—d Hollow BTeo celetratlon. It is aqpea,chAi a splendid parade can be gtren and that Wilmington will rha, j vaU'«apMB«Dted. aa Chat city will a celebration that night | The Opera «House and Annory can be tanted tor dancing, and as the fire company needs money, the proceeds (from the dances will help consider ably. Business people have signified their intention of donating prises for the marching clubs and Individual marchers. The Rev. Edward L. Hubbard, a former pastor of the M. B. Church here, will preach at the morning ser vice on Sunday morning. October 6. That day has been set apart as one for old friends to meet The Sunday «choot session will be held that day In the afternoon when L. Irving Handy will deliver the address. In the evening the preacher will be the Rev Adam Stengle. There will be a special meeting of the A. O. U. W. tomorrow evening, Matters of deep Interest to all mem bers of the lodge will be discussed. Christiana Ladge, of Christina, will pay a fraternal visit to Friendship Lodge September 25. William Ahern and Blward McCal llster, of Philadelphia, who are stop .son evening, Thursday on ping at Fenton's Beach, are having a glorious time on the Delaware river. Several New Castle people went to Wilmington last night to attend the Inquests held by Coroner John T. Spring. Gold Medal Flour at Platts', 38 cents a bag.* Two young men left home on Mon day to seek their fortune, but up to the present their parents have heard nothing from them, William Mills, colored, who at tempted to kill James J. Whalen last May was sentenced In the county court yesterday to a years' Imprison ment Members of Seminole Tribe, Im proved Order of Red Men, will trail to Bear Station on next Tuesday .eight and be the guests of Lttle Bear "Tribe, when the heap big chiefs are chosen by the braves on that ter ritory. Klngsford'i Corn Starch, at Platts'. 7 cents box.* j Mfor Young women on these fine after noons go gathering golden rod and ; Road foreman P. J. Ahern and a j force of men are at work at Market street bridge. Wilmington, where a new shaft is being Insi'alled to replace the bent one wnlch has been there. big bunches of the yellow golden rod ; can be seen at any time being brought | Jnto i*he city. William Velland. who has been put fng down considerable concrete work here, will lay a concrete sidewalk at Farnhurst fOr the Delaware Hospital trustees. 1 Instantaneous Tapioca, at Platts'. 7 ! cents box.* I State There will he a meeting of the Wo men's Auxiliary, of Immanuel ' I Church. In the parish house this i afternoon. As many of the women of the parish who can attend are requested I to do so as plans will be discussed | relative to the entertainment of 200 | , delegates who are expected to attend | l the parish meeting of the Diocesan Branch of the Woman's Auxiliary, which will be held in New Castle In i November. j Bankson T. Holcomb Jr., of Wayne, . Pa., has been visiting his mother and sister. Mrs. B. T Holcomb and Mrs. John M. Wilson. V Mrs. K. R. Rodney, of Oerman town. has returned homo after a i brief re^latlves. i me etlng of the Junior Auxiliary , of Immanuel Church, will be held In , the parish house ai 8 o'clock this , ev 5 nt " 8 ' . .. „ , _ . j Sunday was Sunday : for tho morning sessions of the Sun j day school of Immanuel Church. On , Sunday next, the fall schedule will be resumed and the sessions will be held at 2.80 o'clock in the afternoon. ; Among the receni' automobile i parties was an enjoyable one taken last week in Robert Megglnson's machine to Christiana. Cooches _Brldge, Newark. RV-kford Tower and Mother places. Those in the party „were: Mrs. L, E. Eliason. Mrs. Jacob Spelker, Mrs. Neal Sentman, Mrs. Hammel), Mrs. E. G. Gambril. Miss Phillips, Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. 1 ^Thomas 8mli.1i. Mrs. Frank S. Deemer, Mrs Victoria Wise, Mrs. Peter O. Madden, Elizabeth Madden. Louise 'Eliason, Prances Sentman, Helen and ( Edna Deemer, Gertrude Unruh. Henry Bpelker and Edward Challenger. MR BROWN WRITES NEW MELODY. Will M. 8, Brown, organist and com poser, has just finished a beautiful organ number, a Melody in E Flat, the demand for which la such that Brown & Edwards Music Company is kept busy filling orders. This number is Mr. Brown's first organ composition. He wrote it at the request of numerous persons who are familiar with his other compositions, ha having the reputation of composing more anthem# than any music writer in Hie oo ogt r y 81» Melody hi E Flat is «Atvafcr pretty, and boa those quail eras tdaf will hoffl the closest attention of any congregation In addition 'ho this composition Mr. Brown also has juet finished a new an them which la meeting with much ap oiation upon the part of singers, and which there is a rapidly growing demand It is entitled "Sing Unto the Lord a New Song." £ Foley Kidney Pills cure obstinate eases of kidney and bladder trouble, rheumatism and lumbago, because they remove the cause. You cannot take this honest curative medicine lato your system without gelling the BK'f right results. Try them. N. B. Dan forth, Market and Second streets, Wll Will Re-Examine Babies to Decide On Perfection Awards V, <■ ' '-Vi ■A. ' £ * ife, ' i s m fm w ■i * V- f 4 V : 4 r* ÎH. '■ : m f I .*•.**■ i i k-"V ELIZABETH VIRGINIA HINKLER, Agen 14 months, weight 22 pounds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Winkler, of No. 602 Delaraore Place. STANLEY WHEELER, Aged 1 year and 11 months, weight 31 pounds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Wheeler, of Pelleport, Christi ana hundred. DATIH 8. MUMFORD, JIL, Aged 20 months, weight 27 pounds,, son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Mum ford. Sr„ of No. 211 Connell street. Thirty-two babies who were examined at the Better Babies Contest, held at the State Fair last week, will assemble in the Weat End Reading Rooms tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, when they will be put through another examination by the physicians and nurses who viewed them last week. This is necessary be cause the thirty-two children who were entered in the contest with 133 babies showed such fine physique and health that it is hard to pick the eight nearest perfection. The children will not be re-examined OPT. ,U( KSO> IOM,, DKAD. CENTERVILLE. Md,, Sept. 17.— Born In Queen Anne county 8« vears ago last month. Capt. Jackson Jones died aC the home of his son, James Jones, in Stevensvllle. He was for years master of numerous vessels plylng the Chesapeake Bay and local waters. General debility forced hts retirement from the water and caused his death. He la survived by Capt. John Jones, of Queenstown; James Jones, of Stevensvllle; William Jones, of Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. James Thompson and Mrs. Isabelle Pelt, of Baltimore, and 14 grand children and six great-grandchildren, j Interment was In Stevensvllle ceme tery. PROTESTS ON DRAWBRIDGE. Barnegat Bay Structure Brings Out Complaints. SEASIDE PARK, N. J . Sept. 17.— Major R. R. Ravmond, corps of engl , . , . , . Mfor by the plans approved by the War Department, and have filed proteata. ; Others want two draws, one In the ; breach channel as well as the one In | the main channel of the State Inland waterway to Bay Head, and they, too, have complained. neera, of Wilmington, Del., announces that a hearing will be held shortly at Toms River on complaints received by him against the plans of the bridge j now being built across Barnegat Bay from this place to Island Heights, draw span wtder than 5 feet, as called It seems that some people want a HATH TO TOME. Miss Ida Green, of this city, has re 1 sumed her duty as commercial teaoh ! w Tome Institute, Port Deposit, I "»T 0 ' i I friends In Wilmington on Tuesday, | WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. Magistrate John D. Carter and Mrs. ;Mary A. Carter celebrated their fifty first wedding anniversary with | | END INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, CAS, SOUR STOMACH-PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN Time If! In five minutes your upset stomach will feel line. You don't want a alow remedy when your B ,omach Is bad—or an uncertain a harmful one—your stomach , 8 t00 va i uable ; you mustn't Injure It wUh drastic drugs. Pape's. Dlapepsin Is noted tor Us pppcd | n giving relief; Us harmless ness; Its certain unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs ; us millions of cures In indigestion, | dyspepsia, gastritis and other stom | ach trouble has made it famous the world over, | a 9 THLRL'S AN LDLN FOR YOU A MODLRN LDE.N OF PLBBLY BLACH. PINL GROVLS, AND SILVLRY WATLRS ' at OCEAN GATE SWEPT BY BREEZES OF Ocean, Bay and River t Ocean Gate 1« a »«fe. sane, profitable invest, ment —not a speculation. Let jour eyes he the Judge and Jnry. Tome with us on Sunday next as our guest and see for yourself. Desirably Located Sites as Low as ONE HUNDRLD DOLLARS Shore fronts and business sties higher. Conven. lent monthly payment«. Sound titles. No inter est. No taxes for one year. Free Special Trip lo Ocean Gale Sunday Write, Call or 'Phone for Free Guest Tickets, At Either of the Below Addresses : ? CHARLES S. BAYER CHAS. A. FEIL JEWELRY STORE, SI 1 Markil Street. Shore Rhone 6682 Yachting Bathing Fishing Crabbing GREAT EASTERN BUILDING CORPORATION. Sports and Pastimes Philadelphia Omoa- Bali Building, Broad SI. above Chestnut Street Phone. Bell, Wnl ut 065. Kantone. Race 3678 I in every detail, but only those points dealing with measurements of the head and body. All physicians and nurses who participated in the contest last week are expected to be present, and the mothers have been notified. Included in the list are six children who were not examined in the contest, but who were entered. The photographs herewith shown above are those of children entered in the contest. They, as well as the facts the exhibition, show that are far above the learned at Wilmington babies MR. STOUT ON THE COUNTY PAY ROLL Some surprise was caused at the meeting of the Levy Court yesterday afternoon, when a communication was received from the Judges of the of General Sessions, requesting that Frank Stout, probation officer, be placed on the county payroll at a salary of $100 a month. Mr. Stout had been selected by the court to do the work under the new non-support and desertion act. Mr. Scott said that he had only one thing to say and that was that he wished the Judges fixed the salaries of the Levy Court Commissioners. The members agreed that there was nothing to do but pay the salary, and ordered Mr Stout placed on the pay roll. QUEEN ANNE'S TO GROW CELERY. CENTREVILLE. Md., Sept. 17.— Pennsylvania Railroad officials are preparing to visit Queen Anne's coun ty in an effort to interest farmers here in the growing of celery for Northern markets, mands high prices. , Though little celery has been raised in Queen Anne's. It is believed that several sec tlons of the county would prove adapted to the crop. A dark. loamy soil and considerable moisture are re-1 qufr(ld and thR county haB thPBe R p un( j ance nPar the waterways, lg propoBO(1 (hat f arm ers plant celery follow their strawberry crops and agricultural experts say Maryland g^ould forge to the front as a celery State if this la done. where It com It FINDS FATHER DEAD IN HIS CHAIR. EASTON. Md.. Sept. 17—Garrison Reese Collins, aged 60 years, one of Easton's leading merchants and old est business men, died suddenly of apoplexy yesterday while he was sitting In his chair in the store. His wife had not left him three minutes when his son, H. Elmer Collins, en tered the store and found him. Keep this perfect stomach doctor In your home—keep It handy—get a large flfty-cent case from any drug' store, and then If anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them; if what they eat lays like lead,; ferments and sours and forms gas; causes headache, dizziness and nau sea; eructations of acid and undl gesteri food—remember as soon as Pape's Dlapepsin comes in contact with the stomach, all such distress! vanishes. Its promptness, certainty and ease In overcoming the worst stomach disorders is a revelation to those who try It average in health aa compared with other cities. The awards in the contest will be announced some time next week, and it is hoped to have Mayor Howell present them to the proud mothers. During the contest last week Dr. Ellis, of Delaware City, visited the tent and urged the management of the West End Rending Room to conduct a sigiiiar contest in Delaware City. The one there will he held in connection with a special exhibit to be conducted by the Delaware Anti-Tuberculosis Commission. ENTERTAIN GUEST. A pleasing social was held last evening at the home of Miss Sadie Topkia, No. 422 West Twenty-second street, in honor of Miss Evangeline Barsky, recently a student at the University of Pennsyl vania. The guests included Miss Anna C. Schwartz, Marshallton ; Miss Jean |ette L. Altman, Miss Sylvia Levy, Miss Reha Altman Miss Podolsky, Miss Sarah Abramson, Miss Jennie iGreenstein, Mis» Annie Wolfman, Miss Hannah Topkis, Miss Thelma Bacharach, Miss Sadie Topkis, Miss Barsky and sev eral out of town guests, The evening was spent in games, m"*'e "nd cards prizes being given to (Miss Baumer, of Sharon Hill, Pa-, and Miss Malliee, of Philadelphia. Late in l<he evening the guests were invited in »he dining room, where a collation waa served. FREE FREE FREE A GREAT LIST OF FREE GIFTS 30 GRAND PRIZES To the Thirty Neatest Correct Answers arranged in tha most unique and attractive way to this wonderful Historical Puzzle, also over Five Thousand Fountain Pens and Gold Plated Lockets and Chains Jewelry Toys 1— Genuine Diamond Ring 2— Gold Filled Watch, Seven Jewel 3— Gold Filled Bracelet 4— Watch Chain 5— Lavallière 6— Fancy Scarf Pin 7— Silver Pin Tray 8— Fancy Hair Comb 9— Hair Brush 10— -Cuff Links 21- Toy Wagon 22- Base Ball 23- Roller Skates 24- Harmonica 25- Doll 26- Set of Blocks 27- Base Ball Qlove 28- Amusement Game 29- Tcddy Bear 30- Jack in the Box \ \ a u Miscellaneous 11- Quitar 12- Banjo 13- Violin 14- -Mesh Hand Bag 15- Music Roll 16- -Pcdestal 17- Pair Lace Curtains 18- 6 Crystal Glasses 19- Crystal Pitcher 20- -Kitchcn Chair Over 5000 r » Yk Fountain Pens and Gold Plated Lockets. Every person answering this advertisement will re ceive one of the pens or lockets surely, whether their answer be correct or not J f A r* DIRECTIONS VA Tn the Puzzle Picture are ten faces. Can you find seven of them? Outline each face with a pencil or pen on this or a separate sheet of paper and number them 1. 2, 3, etc. To the thirty neatest correct answers arranged in the most unique and attractive way. we will give absolutely free the thirty prizes In their order named. Three disinterested business men of this city will award the above prizes. To all others answering this adv. will give free a gold plated locket and chain or a fountain pen. Only one person In a family can enter contest. Prizes must be called for within 10 days form closlrj; of contest. Win ners will be notified by mail. All answers must be In our hands not later than 6 p. m., Sept. 24th, 1913. In thii puzzle picture of Washington are Ten Faces. Can you find seven of them? Mail or bring your answer to the address below. Write plainly. Puzzle we Name Contest Closes 6 p. m. Sept. 24, 1913. Mail or Bring Your Answers to Stre et and Number City_ _ State_ GRAND PIANO CO Wilmington, Del. 421 Shipley Street SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NOTESmMAl Mrs. Jane Marvel and Mrs. May Ma loney, of No. 402 Shipley street, have returned from a week's outing at the Peirce-Arrow Cottage, Pennegrove. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Crothers and daughter, Margaret, of Zion, Md., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Ander son. Miss Florence Van Pelt, of Chester, has been visiting friends in this city, Joseph J Saunders of Ridley Park. has been visiting Wilmington friends. r ,** r - T*?. M T 8 ' Joseph Hlaitwy, of I hlladelphia, is visiting friends here Miss Minnie High is spendng some time with friends in Baltimore. Harrv Klnc of Harrisbura la vis iting ^laUve g 8 2 fhîs cU.v W. T. Elliott, of Goldsboro. Md.. who has been spending a week with yesterday 0 ^ relH,rnCd h ° me Miss Etta Thompson of No. 812 ^r !and ° Rachel Mason, of Rldgely, Md. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Blllotf and son and Mrs. Elliott s father spent Sun day with friends ln Philadelphia. Mrs. James Prackin, Miss Florence Brackin and Mrs. Smeltzer are on a trip to the Pocono Mountains. Isador Singer, a member of the King Singer Company, which is hav-. Ing a new store building ereci'ed on King street, above Eighth, is stop ping at the Hotel Olympia, Mt. Clemens. Mich., where he is enjoying the mineral water baths. Charles Wiliams, of Chester, has been visiting friends In this city. Miss Esther BocWus. of Chadd's Ford. Pa., was a recent guest of Wilmington friends. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Culver have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. George Culver, of Laurel. Samuel Needles is visiting his father at Dover. Ford F. Philips has been visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Philips, of Centerville, Md. Mrs. J. F. Sparklln, of Elkt'on. Md., Is spending some time with frlends here. ier and Mrs Fred Cobb are guests of relatives at Elkton. Md. Miss Marv C. Jones has returned after spending the summer with her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Horn at Rehoboth. Mrs. Grason Rao and Miss Elira beilj Cook have returned from a visit to friends at Ruthsburg. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Rae, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Skinner, Mrs. Edward Coursev end son, Charles, of Sud recent auto visitors lersvllle, were here. Mrs. Joseph Bethards, of Berlin, has returned after a visit to relatives In this city. Mrs. M. E. Parsons and family have returned from a trip to Rebo both. Mrs. George Records and daughter have been visiting friends at Green wood. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson, of Frederica, are guests of relatives In this city and Philadelphia. Charles Smith and family have re turned after spending a month at' Rehoboth. Mrs. Alfred Poole and daughter are sppn(Jing some tlrne at thelr cotta at Rehoboth. Mr and Mrs. John K. Loomis are visiting friends at West Chester, p„ * M r . victor Lewis of RrideevDin u VIC . L. wl8 ', .. Brt<, / ev lHo, X b6en VisUln * relat,VeB ln 11118 y ' _ n _ niHTIfTMY PARTY , Mr. and Mrs. Edward P Walter, of ga ° ve ^blrK ms issjrsst is: Helen Srott A „ ce Brown Fannle R rognn . Helen Kennedy Kathryn Kennedy. Elisabeth Ylngl'lng Viola Walter. Huston Brown, Dr. Walter Diamond, Philadelphia, Irwin Croney, Leon McClain, Paul Viet, Lewis Brat ton. Owen Berg, William Bott, Wll )i am t. Chipman, Lewis Welsh, Prank Evanson, Mrs. Lillian Lefevre and »on Robert. Norfolk. Va.; Mrs. Mary E Passmore, Coatesvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crothers. Mr. and Mrs. William Max. Coatesvllle; Mrs. Abble W. Scott, and J. Evans Walter. -o OPENING OF SOCIAL SEASON. Extensive preparations are being made by those in charge for the formal open ing of the Young Men's Hebrew Asso elation building, at the northwest comer of Third and King streets, on Sunday, September 28, which will practically open the social season in Jewish society in Wilmington. Dr. Moses J. S. Abrams, of Altoona, Pa., formerly rabbi of the Temple of Truth in this city, will be the special speaker at the opening. Th e improvements in the building iri elude a gymnasium, shower baths, read in P r P on,s a "d auditorium. The present * r « : , Aaron Finger president; I JfV w ® 0 "*nhlatt, vice-president; Nathan 'corresponding secretary; Ah J opk ! P - 1 secretary, a "d Harry jTopk.s, tree l-iiii tkitob 11 M,K »I8ITUK, Mrs. James Simmons entertained at 'luncheon, on Monday, In honor of Miss Edna Frank, of Washington. D. C., who Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John jW. Reynolds. Covers were laid for twelve. - 0 - " ENSIGN STEVENS HOME. Ensign Paul Stevens of the U. S. S. Minnesota paid a visit to his mother and sister last night. The Minnesota arrived at League Island yesterday af ter a cruise. NOTESmMAl HERE'S ADJUSTABLE GOWN! Chicago Evolves Dress Thai Can Be Enlarged or Decrease r to Fit Any Figure IU - ® ept 1*—Adjusts ble ' lnt erchangeable, utilitarian, a boon 40 husbands—these the qualifications set forth for the __ ,. f . Ior 109 Chinen n, before the Chicago Dressmakers' Club today. ™ B Z™**™ affa,r ma * bp made of *" y k,n J material. a an 8ed that the dreee can be enlarg £ 1TÄC ;e ar a B nd8 ° f CUrreDt 8tyl<5 f ° r „am^Â r 8u,tthewh,ra8 ° f Dame Fashion :s supposed to be a Pleasurable revelation for husbands In hlB oa P ac,t y a* master of che( l uer - Quite as Interesting to him 18 the announcement that the hooka are some of Pleata are so many the ex a, * e In front and there are only two of them. That makes him altogether superfluous In the boudoir when the maid is out. Clergymen In Convention Dcnonnca the Modern Gown PTTTtinrnc« d ,h«n S p J 17 -— M T , . , . ^ c r &y man here for th4 " " a ' . meetings Joined » crusade against the latest styles ol emlnlae " pparel - n r criticisms, declaring w °men who wear the slit sklr* * 06p their self-respect. Women of tha church congregations were Indignant, declaring that the pastors had bette» preach the Gospel than harbor evil They were veh'* thoughts about the latest feminin» creations. ptt - D® an .Newberry, of Monnett Hall, barred the silt skirt. No official edicl waB lBS ued. but when 'be dean no« Heed the garb of the two girls sh» ®ent them to their rooms to do th» College Girls Are Forred to Sew ITn Slit In Skirts. DELAWARE. Ohio, Sept. *7.—'Two gl.l students at the Ohio Wesleyan University were forced to quit their classes go to their rooms and sew up their new silt skirts. Besides, they were ordered never to again appear jin, classes with the hems of their skirts notched even the tiniest Httla needlework. 1 FAME MEN HALT FIRE. The Fame Hose Fire Company ex« tlngulshed a slight blaze yesterday af ternoon in a back shed of the resi dence of George Norris, No. 222 Weal Second street.