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Will Go to Front to Nurse Soldiers : * -■ v V ' I lfc Ä > m I J* ' ■ K ISjj I i I A - ,i| n mml DuPont Company Pays Over $100,000 as Part Cost of the Project CONTRACTORS WILL RUSH LINE SALEM. N. J.. Jan. 28.—The pre liminaries for the construction of the Salem and Pennsgrovo traction line have begun, and there is Joy in the hearts of the cltisens along the route.|• Tho $100,000 contribution of the I. duPont de Nemours and Company n/frmours N Simon Pure Three parts of "Simon Pure" go as far as four parts of ordinary lard Pwr*" b e er» the» Or»' Label that identifia* «• Armour i top »rede product*. For frying, for shortening, for cakes and for pastry, it is the best that Armour ■i Armours ns w can produce. So it wears the Armour Oval Label. PRODUCTS, To be sure of getting pure leaf lard buy h in pails with "Simon Pure" on tbs hbaL Try Th*»*: Stir Stockait Bag Stir Bocoa Dt Tonkin F Phon» ni your dolin', ni If h« r«nnot ««nnlv vou. OntAkon Butter ■mxl tows fr>r. fnm enpp » of "Pm try Wrinkle." by Fmni. Merritt Firmer. I NoreraJ Color I SSw (Yin Olmurin. _ OT M.) too lioXHT Foe,'.. I Ami _LAtfl ggTTk* '>4 ARMOUR» COMPANY 312 W. FRONT ST. O E. MENOEL. Mgr. WILMINGTON. DEL D * A. Phono, 593; Auto.. 2563. [1 Thar.'* an Armour Oral Label More near gn. 89,1 I — 5-i ŒS'SSSESv I ♦S (!) Just a Whim of Ours, Perhaps, To Show I I I I I New Spring Styles in goodly number long in advance -of any other Wilmington store, but. this showing is proving mighty interesting to many women who discriminate. The bulls Range in Price from $15 to $35. The Dresses Range in Price from $10 to $25. Blouses at $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 and $5.00 « I I i I I Tomorrow Is the Last Day of Our January Clearance Sale i I I I Everything in the store reduced to less than half price for this last day's selling. We urge our friends and patrons to see these values tomorrow, many of which can be for at least two months yet, and the savings are more than worth while. v worn i I [( [L 712 Market Street, Wilmington, Del. I ly Mrs. Alma V. Ilsyne, nee Prinree* Alma Vetsera, whose yoiillifnl husband has returned to his parents' home, has. announced tint she is going to the bat lie fronts in Europe to nurse soldier«. • Her ron. Rudolph, she claims. Is the real heir tu the thron« of Aus trie. Mrs. Donald Shields Andrews, former The Want Ada are-qoted the country over for helng the only «Hie* that make success In business certain. Re advised, therefore, and get the Want Ad allies on your side and you cannot help hut win success,—Adr. has been paid over and a call has been rmvde on the cltlxens of Salem city for their allotment of $50,000, which will be forthcoming within a few days. Defects were found in the ordinan ces of Lower and Upper Penn's Neck and Salem city by the Public Utility Commission, ami slops have hern nb, ' n ,n have the notices roadver E.lBsnd, The road is to he pushed to completion with «11 possible speed. lyinnQP IIIIIK r Ä fl IflUUiUj HUlllllu u.u u. President's Suggestion For' River and Harbor Economy Delays Proposal OPPOSE CHANGE IN COURT CLERKS' t WASHINGTON. Jan. 28.—Hepresen tative Moore, president of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Association, admit ted yesterday that the Chesapeake and | Delaware Canal legislation was post poned by the suggestion of the Presi dent to avoid taking up new projects at this session, and the decision of the rivers and harbors committee lo yield to the President's wishes, "We have realised from the begin ning of this session." said Mr. Moore, j 'That what are called 'new projects' would have hard sledding in view of the administration's economy pro i gram. We are up against the projects I already started and upon which work ' must he continued to avoid loss and foot project on deterioration. The the Delaware is on of these, and, of course, it is important to hold that project in the bill." A memorial from the Hoard of j Trade of Philadelphia, protesting j against the so-called Shields' bill, for j the appointment of the clerks of the Circuit and District Courts of (he Cnited States by the President instead of as at present'by the Judges, was ■ Hied in the House by Congressman Moore. TRY TRIOI/A SWEETS. Each box contains Chocolate Cov ered Pineapple. Strawberries and Hai I aina, in a stunning box. Special price, 39 eta. the box. Everyday assorted Chocolates in wounded!l«V«r Gold and White box. Made b V (1 >" h ' «PC'ial price. 29 eta. the pound. DANFORTU'S DEPENDABLE DRUGS. Market and Second Sts.—A4. SOLDIERS I> INDOOR MEET. Special to THE EVENING JOURNAL, DELAWARE CITY, Del., Jan. 28.— interest in athletics at Fort DuPont has hocn growing rapidly, as a result of the efforts of'Captain Harry T. Matthews, who recently announced an interesting atbleiie program for the iroops of the roast defenses of the Delaware, time is centered on basketball, howl ing. boxing, wrestling and other in door sports. An Indoor meet will he held in I lie Post Gymnasium at Fori DuPont the second Tuesday in March, and from present indications this affair will eclipse anything of this held at the fort. * Interest at the present kind over footlights L ure Mary Mannering Again! ß U f Q n /y jh ose /n fl evv York, She Says ÿv//////////// I À w i \ r> / ■ ; / t ... kmm f ' •i 3 - I ? - $ -• s. ' - < » % r ■ - i * •' ■ * a * /• ■ m - - 2 ■ ■ / * < ; . 11 mmm >, J 5 Bh ; i i ' • * Mary Mannering, who in 1911. gav* up the stage to become the wife of Frederick K. Wadsworth, Detroit millionaire, now says she may return to the stage again. "But only in New York." she adds. soon Terribly on Ankles and Arms. Very Badly Inflamed and Swollen. Could Not Wear Shoes. HEALED BYCUTICURA SOAPAND OINTMENT •*T had pol»on Ivy on my ankl«« and arm« which Btarted wiih little watery blisters and it Itched and burned terribly. Matter I formed In the little blisters, j and they would spread in a big patch like a boll. I scratched so that the blood would come, and It would »>« followed by terrible painlmc. The parts which were af fected were very badly in- | flamed and «wollen and my ftiot was so had that 1 could *■ not woar ray shoo». "I got a sample of Cutinira Soap and Olnlmont. T bought more and I only needed one rake of Cutirurs Soap together with the Ointment to heal Xhe trouble." (Signed) John K. Smith, renter. Pa.. Oct. 19, 1915. Sample Each Free by Mall TYIth 32-p. Birin Book on mjucwt. Ad dr««» po«t-card "Cutirara, D*pt. T, Boa ton.** Sold throughout tho world. Heroy's Coffee 18 c per lb. Our tol* aim it tn ««tablish cordial relation* between th« person who has a food thing and th« peraon who want« 11. W« hav« lt-r-you want U. Buy It now. Hample* Free. 717 Market STORES. SPECIALS AT Johnson & Bro. STUHLS, Groceries, Meats and Provisions, S, IV. Uor. Se», entb and King Sts. Roth Phones. Meats and Pro visions, S05 King FOR TOMORROW SL Roth Phones. 20c lb. Legs of Lamb TIipro arc guaranteed Genuine Legs of Spring Lamb. No yearling. Stew Lamb 10c lb. n«e PER DOZEN CHOICE SELECTED ERESH WESTERN EGGS I'l'Rl CUE VMERY TI R RI TTER 3Se PER POIND T HOME-MADE SAFER KRACT Sc QCART 7c POI ND ( MOK E EVAPORATED PEACHES lie 1*0 USD ( HOK E NEW RI NES VERY BEST PAPER SHELL M.MONOS SSc POOD PURPOSES ( RISCO, EOR ERYING JJc CAN « POI NDS EOR «1.00 OLEOM VKUAKINE E'or ('(Hiking or Tabic Cse. 10 STAMPS WITH \NY OK THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES} .5 Cans for 2f>< .3 bottles for .3 Cans for .3 Cans for 25e .3 Cans for 2Sc .d Cans for 25e .10c Libby's Baked Beans .... Libby's Tomato Catsup .'. Best Karly June Peas . Best Cream Sugar Corn . Solid Packed Tomatoes ...... Spotless Cleanser -... 3 l^arge Rolls Toilet Paper .. 2 Boxes Argo Starch. Ritter's Apple Butter . 1C I Pottle Horse Radish l Moitié -Vinegar . I Motile Ammonia .... 10c !5c .10c 10c 2 ('ans Potted Ham . 1 Bottle Catsup . *4-lb. Black Pepper . 2 Glasses German Mustard 10c 10c 10e 7e 10c 3 Hi Cans, 20c The Store for Particular Johnson & Bro People j •> C9 A Eggs Lower Strictly fresh, new laid Eggs, direct from Sussex* farm. Special .'15c Fresh Churned Sussex Farm Butter Illinois best Tub Rutter. Jersey Creamery . :wc 2?e ...25c G. E. Casper Sussex Farm Store D. & A. Phone 5138W. 621 Madison Street Out of A Job The careless and ill-trained arc the first to lose their jobs. Success is not for them. Employers push for ward young men and women who can do their work thoroughly, quick ly and eo r rcctly. / ' // for more than a quarter of a century has trained young people for busi ness careers. The success of Goldey methods is due to capable instruc tors, experience, up-to-dateness and an interest in each student. The result is that demand for Goldey Graduates exceeds the sup ply. V Day or evening sessions. Goldey College Wilmington, Del 807 Market St. IS! mow) I — Says Rheumatics Should Not Drink Whisky Overheat« the Blood and Increases Inflam mation in Joints and Muscles. any alcoholic hot Don't drink whisky increase the mi r feet dry, r. and drink plenty crate* »Bless y« a «on y »»f rheumatiitni. wear woolen wafer; lemonade la better. This treatment help*, but if y want to rid of rheumatlam painful distress, twisted and aw and perpetual agony, take spoonful^ of Rheuma a conquer* want t" Keep y I derw really I with it* ollen joints ne half tea ce a day. rheumatism and •1st ira ; .. . « year* prescribed Rhe it l* the enemy of both. (In oiighont America by broad minded physician* and has released thousand* from agony, pain and despair. Hundreds who thought they were crippled for life are r fl it ha* be and leading useful liv helping to support the family. N. H. Dan forth and drug gists everywhere sell Kheurna for not more than 50 cents a bottle, with the understanding that it will drive every particle of rheumatic poison from your system or money back. Come In and Look THE ELDRIDOE TWO SPOOL Rotary Sewing Machine. sfil NO BOBBINS TO WIND. $30 «ml up. $1.00 rash Machin mid 50 rout* per Your opportunity to «et » Genuine While At the fmlory prie«*. THE FAMOUS STANDARD ROTARY Repairs and Part* For All Machine«. ROCKEFELLER'S No. 211 West Seventh Street, Near Tatnall. K . * Carnegie Says Save $1 out of every $5 you earn > The S Sample Clothing Company 726 Market St. Goes Him One Better They save you from $5 to $15 on every Suit or Overcoat you purchase, by selling you SUITS 08 OVERCOATS WORTH $10 AND $12, AT 9 SUITS OR OVERCOATS WORTH $15 AM) $IS, AT © SUITS OR OVERCOATS WORTH $20 AND $22.50, AT 9 SUITS OR OVERCOATS WORTH $22.50 AND $25, AT $1190 Aslt for your favorite make. We have it. We have a number o( Specials in Trousers $2 Values, $1.50 $2.50 Values, $2 $4.00 Values, $3 We Can Easily Save you 5(1% on Your Raincoat or Mackinaw. t OPEN EVENINGS. The Sample Clothing Company KING OF ODD LOTS. 726 Market St. WILMINGTON, t DEL. M. SHTOFMAN, Prop. Three Doors Below Eighth. ■ - TU,'