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Hints by May Manton I f K-.TA ) l ? W.-.' 1 . 'U • f I - *. ;Sv. It Dcsigk rt Mat Maktosl, 7695 Girl's Dress, 10 to 14 year». A PRETTY SCHOOL FROCK. The frock that Is made with a sailor •ollar Is sure to be becoming to the school girl. This one can be made Just as shown Jn the picture or with the edges of the blouse and the seams of the skirt laced together and the collar can be cut with i>olnted or square fronts. Eponge makes this dress with trimming or broadcloth and braid but one can picture such a model made up in any simple childlike material. Serge Is a favorite and, for early autumn, serge Is pretty trim med with Scotch plaid, but a great many mothers use linen, pique, cotton »nd other washable materials for school wear. Any one of these ma terials can be treated in this way and gala'tea also is good with trimming of contrasting color. The three-piece skirt is laid in an Inverted plait at each seam and there is an inverted plait at the front and one at the hack bf the blouse, the closing of the dress being made at the back. For the 12 year size, 4 1-2 yards of material 27, 3 3-4 yards 36, 3 1-4 yards 44 inches wide, with 7-8 yard 27 inches wide for the collar, shield and cuffs. The May Manton pattern of the dress 7695 is cut in sizes for girls from 10 to 14 years. It will be mail ed to any address by the Fashion De partment of this paper, on receipt of :en cents. \*0 Size. same .. Iddrese. The above pattern and other .May Matiton Patterns described In THE EVENING JOURNAL and ail the pat terns made by the May Manton Pat tern Company can also be obtained for 10 rents from THE SMITTI./DI UNGER CO Constipation Impossible to be well. The foe to good health. Correct at once. Ayer's Pills. One at bedtime. Sold for 60 years. Ask Your Doctor. Evening Sales Continue at - —, I -T ■ / —T —<? fuîtiùim. V. ••VA'C »»a A.",.. Lockets A>D CHAINS 50r weekly. MITCHELL, Jeweler, Ford Bldg« Tenth and Market Sts., 2nd Floor. beautiful teeth can be had by ALL AT SMALL COST —GUARAN TEED TO FIT. $5 $5 Don't hetitat« b®c«u*« yon aro ner Oar modern or fear the pain. VOUI methods of filling and extracting teeth allovmtc all pain. pnfnl«** Extracting a Specialty. We give gas to those who wiah it. Crown» . Bridge Work . Set of Teeth Enamel Filling* Gold Fillings Silver Fillings Teeth $3 00 .93 00 .96 00 .91 00 .91 00 60c 76c BFRT * BFN'TLFY DENTISTS. NO 70S MARKFT STREET V«.t Snnr ,o M»i».tir Th.ntro Lyric Theatre SPECIAL SATURDAY ONLY Four-Reel Pathe Feature, "A WOMAN'S HEART." A Sensational Parisian Society Drama, first time shown in Wilmington. Two-Reel "101 Bison" Feature "THE TRAIL OF STEEL." SIX BIG REELS OF PICTURES. TWO VAUDEVILLE ACTS. The biggest and best show in Wilmington. In giving this show we are under jreat expense, and trust our patrons will appreciate our efforts to give them the best. A Strictly Clean, Refined Show. Come Early. 3ring Your Friends. Ihow starts 12 o'clock sharp. Evening girdles are to be wide and draped, and will be worn both below and above the waist line. This year's wedding gown should be fashioned of plain or brocaded satin crepe de chine or charmeuse. FASHIONS AND FADS Fabric hats will be leaders In the millinery world, the loveliest being of velvet, moire, taffeta, crepe or velour. Taffeta will be used to trim the new fall hats; many of the draped and mob crowns are of this ma lerlal. Fashion dictates that the contour of the head must be outlined, land little false hair must be used. No rats The most distinctly Oriental note jin the newest frocks is the bread sash, which Is sw-tbed around the figure. The newest fall Jackets are cut away quite sharply at the front and slope away to a medium short length at the back, The decidedly new thing about coats ts the wide turnover collar, some-'try times running down into revers at Iront, The charm of the flounced skirt has returned to favor, and many pretty dresses show skilled flouncings of tul'e or lace. A favorite fabric for afternoon dresses Is net in all weights and in many combinations. cool. Inexpensive and new. Striped materials are very fashion able, and a red-and-black striped chlf fon jacket Is effectively combined with a gray tussor silk skirt. Some of the new skirts are slashed fo the knee over the right foot, where bow-knot of brilliants catches the drapery In place. Fashion seems to have swung around again to the separate Jackets and separate skirts, and the selection of contrasting colors must be har Among the new fall colors are put Uy, absinthe green, eggplant purple, 'Sevres green. Florentine red, scarab It is washable, a monlous. OLD FOLKS FIND CROXONE RELIEVES ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES Drives Klienniatir Pains Away, Few es. backache, rheumatism and the many other kindred ailments, which so commonly come with declining years, need no longer be a source of dread and misery to those who aro past the middle age of life. Croxone relieves all such disorders because it reaches the very cause of the trouble. It soaks right Into the kidneys, through the walls and lin - ings; cleans out the little filtering glands and cells, and gives the kid neys new strength to do their work properly. It neutralizes and dissolves Doses Relieve Backache and Bladder Disorders. Sleep disturbing bladder weakness World's Greatest Bargain Shoe Store 98c Shoe Store \ Special Saturday Infants' Shoes Black or Tan, with Heels All Sizes Ladies' $2.00 to $2.50 GUN METAL SHOES $1.49 Button or Bluchers, High or Low Heels Boys' Army Shoes, Htop Black Calfskin. Sizes; 9 to 13 1-2 only I tf L Little 49c Men's $2 Hand Sewed Misses' »nd Children's SHOES, All Sizes. Tzn. Gun Melal.and Patent Coll 98c Shoes Black & Tan Boys' School Shoes. ALL SIZES 98c $1.95 Ladies' $2.30 Salta Slippers, with covered Herls All Colors Men's $2.50 Gua Metal Shoes. Saturday Only, $ 1.49 $1.49 Mail 98c Shoe Store Orders Filled By 225 Market Street Parcel Post m] Notent Columbia Double-Disc Records For October Now On Sale An excellent list in every respect. No matter what class o( music you may like—the selection is so varied that there is to be something to please you. Call and let us play lor you any ol the records you arc interested in. I( this is not convenient, telephone us and we will send them to your home on approval. sure over Have you received the OCTOBER SUPPLEMENT? Do you receive the COLUMBIA SUPPLEMENT will he glad to PLAY ON each month ? It not. let us know nnd we see that you do, COLUMBIA RECORDS ANY DISC MACHINE. Delaware Graphophonc Co 610 Ma ket Street. •» BMP ki&mi-rNeei COMMISSION TAKING OATH. Three members of th~ Commission '»pointed to condemn the extension of Nineteenth street between Tatnall land Washington streets were sworn in by Thomas J. Bowen, a notary ve6tcr(1aJ , The othor „embers will ]. BWorn ln next Mnn(1av aftPrnoon i tvhen the commission will meet. TO NED ENGLAND BY A CTO. City Councilman and Mrs. Jacob Zimmerman left, this morning on an automobile trip through t j New I Falling from the steps of her home [Anna Purattnski, aged three years. ;of No. 807 Church street, fractured ; England States. I about ten days. They will be gone CHILD BREAKS BONE. her collar bone yesterday. The child [was removed to the Delaware Hos ' pltal w here the fracture was re duced. Mrs. William C. Spenkmaii won the "Gravevard" match vesterdnv at the ' Wilmington Country Club, | Next Saturday (he semi annual matches between the 'springhaven Coun Club and the Wilmington Country the;Club will be held here. A dinner and I entertainment will be held in tbe even Aug. I _ [ — — j brown, and ends. 'chinchilla mixture, a softly shaded crap and a variety of new Parlsenne shades. For the young girl there are smart ! tittle frocks of serge chiffon, brnad [cloth, charmeuse and wool brocade. iSomo of them have quaint little Eton [Jackets, opening over vests of softly 1 gathered net of chiffon, i A blark or dark (brightened with the Arab sash, woven (with white Une» of somewhat crude shades Into a kind of gold tissue. It Ils knotted in front and tails a few 'centimeters over the skirt toward the hem GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. green, mandarin yellow and oak-leaf short bow Collarettes of marabou are and wide and finished with a They come In exquisite Is blue gown substances the poisonous uric acid that lodge In the Joints and muscles, causing rheumatism; and makes the kidneys filter and sift out the pois matter from the blood and drive it out of the system, it matters not how old you aro or how long you have sulfered, j Croxone is so prepared that it is prac tically impossible to take it without' results. There is nothing else like it it starts to work immediately, and more than a few doses are seldom re quired to relieve even the most chron- 1 i c . obstinate case. An original package costs but a trifle and all druggists are authorized to return the purchase price If Croxone should fail In a single case. onons RISKS LIFE TO RIG RUDDER IN STORM ; Heroic Mate Dares Elements to Save Schooner Robinson and Crew A jury rudder, the invention of Cap tain Bennett, of the ■hooner Albert AV. j Robinson, which arrived at Philadelphia ' in distress while bound from Belfast, Ga., to New Aork, no doubt saved the vessel from being abandoned at sen after she had been rendered helpless by her rudder stock being broken in a gate oil the North CalorinT coast. The schooner left Belfast September S, and eleven .lavs afterward was at the mercy of one of the most severe storma that ever swept the - southern cast, ! After tlie ve-sel put into Caire l-ookout file work of making a temporary rudder was begun. Several pieces of lumber.! part of the vessel V cargo, were lashed in plaee across the quarter tic ok secen feet long on either side. The tackle which operated the rudder was passed through blocks attached to the drum of the «teer ing wheel, by which means the vessel was steered 300 miles northward. The work of rigging the rudder was most t dangerous, ns it involved great risk in making the tackle fast to the rudder in stormy weather. This work was done by Male Fowler. By means of the improved rudder the vessel leach •" j i SUNDAY EXCURSION S3 Round Trip TO New York City September 28, 1913. SPECIAL ALL-STEEL TRAIN RUNNING 1 1 . ROUGH TO Pennsylvania Station ONE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY AT 32D STREET and connecting at Manhattan Transfer for Hudson Terminal, at Church and Curtlandt Stic eta, and Downtown New York. KEF, SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES 6.AO A. M. Grant'» Tomb Famous Riverside Drlv» Th» Great Central Park Th» Metropolitan Art Jallery The a'ennaylvanla Station WllDUafton RETURNING, LEAVES Hudson Terrain»!..,..7.50 p. m. Pennsylvania Station 7.55 p. ro. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD BROADWAY BARGAIN HOUSE 407 MARKET STREET The New Sensational Store Where Prices Have Been All Visit Us Tomorrow Flattened Out. Delightful Bargains In New Fall Styles. m Ladies' Fall Suits, $ 6 . 98 , $ 8 . 98 , $ 10 . 98 , $ 12.98 V .« 4j •t J it N Why Pay More? \ No Higher! . ■> These garments are world beaters; all wool cloths, satin lined and the latest ( style. We'll match our $10 98 suits against any other $15 suits in Wilmington. Marvelous values at the new store. One look will convince you that our collection o fetching Fall Suits is unrivalled for style or price. Save a ten dollar bill on your new suit. v * I o] Ü K \ > S /Q } * ■ Coats ! Coats ! Coats ! t:»j \ V Matchless Values In Snappy Fall Hits Green, Nelrosc, White, Brown Sport Coats, at -NO HIGHER Fall length Ladies' Coats at eye opening prices. Made in latest materials. Coats that will save you money. Magnificent values for the early comer. „Vi MÏ \ \ \ m V V,-$12.98 $8.98 54 I ml i iï'K l\ Plumes Dresses at M*g netic Prices ^ A delicious dreamland of fetching fascinations in stiect and evening dresses. Startling Low Prices * A Few Left at EH $ 1.98 Mj Of Cost Us More. Grab 'Em Quick. yvifii I Raincoats, Waists and Millinery at Special End of-Menlh Bar gain Prices. $3.98 up Real Live bargains, Don't Miss This Chance, DUT BTfnfî"DROf)PW/iY"flN(? CUT POWN CÖ5T OF LIVING i 4 A LiUle Sl«rc Where Bifl Business Is Done Because ol Gigantic Values. WÄWT CITIT fYAn I MIL ÇFIFfTFn pfl!) ! jLLLv 1 LU rUA IIAfini - ! I j i HjjSPiTAJ " Kllrf IlvFkJl lint At a meeting of the Delaware Tuberculosis Commission, In the Ho tel DuPont yesterday afternoon, it was decided to write earn member of the committed appointed by the last General Assembly, asking them to ex-^B lert their Influence in holding a meet ing of the committee to further the [establishing of the negro hospital for tubercular patients. While the State appropriation for the building is ? val, ? ble ' nn,bl " B bas pvpr bf>, ' n d " nn by ,be committee towards selecting th « 8lte f P r J he , bulM '?«' .. .**, >;e«terday's meeting it was de *° add , ann,her f # ree . rtlapensary for the . trP * J m ® n . t of ''ibereulosin a "« at Middletown. Application ba< F bp en received from the New Ce " tur * Club of ,I,a ' ,own nHklna f . or a . dt, T n * ar ?' « nd . ,hp comm,t " sion decld, ' d to P8 ' abllab 't «« «»on a " a 8U,,abl * room could he secured. It also decided to hold a three-day p xhlblt «Lon; when this room Is se cured . The application of residents of ed Overfall» lightship, and from there was towed to Philadelphia by tlie tug t 'handler. The Kobinaun is owned a Sliarptown, Md., where »he wn* built in 1907. t CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR RALLY The fall rally of the young people of Olivet Presbyterian Church, Fourth and Broome streets, will be gin this evening when the Christian Endeavor Society will give a social 1,1 Gie Sunday school rooms, to which a ,| friends of Christian Endeavor are 'Pile Sunday evening see vice also will be in the nature of a young peoples rally, the Christian Endeavor Society furnishing the pro gram. Charles W. Bush will be pres ent and give an address. The service invited. ,, , „ . . Delaware City that an exhibit be ar will be hold ht 7.45 o'clock. ranged there was also acted upon favorably. The Delaware City ex hlbtt will be held the last week In October. Your Wash Day Problem Solved by THE FAMILY WASH LAUNDRY CO. Your WASH called for and i.ellvered promptly for Your clothes returned damp, not wet, re oil ( ENTS. qulrlng hut a few minutes on the Ur. to dry before ready for Ironing. A telephone call will bring our (Wagon to your door. v 0 VJ 503 Shipley St. 1 '•*Uw\vM' Tf J PHONE 6080 Have You Ordered Your Fall and Winter Suit Don't put it off from day to day until tomorrow—for that is the day that never comes. You'll need the suit very soon, and in order to have it when you want it you merely have to stop in and select the material and give your order. Now in regards to material*— we have as fine a line of the new fabrics for Fall and Winter as you ever looked at. All new effects in such a variety that you will not have any trouble to pick out just what you want. We will say nothing about the making or the fit—as you know wc will take care of that, for wc guarantee it. E.R. ENG BERG, Inc. Second Floor. 858 Market Sf. | teacher, was held last night at the home of Miss Christine McIntosh, * Elsinore. A delightful evening was lenjoyed by the members and thtlll jtlme was quickly passed in gaBM^I ; B,ld singing. Several pleasing plano T jselectlons were given. Those enteis- | tained were; Misses Elizabeth 0. jl Moore, Mildred Bennett, Ruth Barbet, j BACHF.LOR GIRLS MEET, -m A meeting of the Epworth Bach-elfl elnr Girls' Sunday School eins» o#~ whirh Miss Elizabeth C. Moore, iaC'T? Ethel Hagner, Mary Wilson, Graqif Spry, Elsie Morrow, Odessa Bull iMollie Irons, Caroline Wilson, | tHoe Thompgoni Nan Wilson , Evans. i 1 Beets. Lula Lewi* and Florence Bul Christene McIntosh, Ida lock.