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^ o i c*x*3 ie y :; - O -e "H HATS IN A NAME?" ï By Mildred Marshall Facts About Vour Name; Its History; Its Meanmr W'v: • ft '.Vas Derived; Its Significance; Yotir l ucky Day and Lucky Jewel Ellzahoth is a holy name and has a levious origin, it likewise hag is many con El l/ABE 111. derivatives. tractions and rtl mlnuth Mary, US f Won „ . .. to back Biblical ;ind that, Going early times we > . the wife ised iuIui Th IUI1C. w a s meaning God hath sworn. In the Latin >4% ■* nain Ellsohebii. " '' «I WHS £ I i z a b e t I'll, um 1 bur flr»t ihe Miificovllo list be this uai storlcal namesake w •tnoes.s Elslvetta, th, to. . Igll I*T ialv and the objeet of tlie romantic s poet ami seeking if Norway, through icuitH) pupnl. f iu Denmark. ,f Jar b*ve of the fsni. u t'nrsld. Hartii.rd. her name whenoe It. n- pt inh Germany. >ne of the firs; Ellz„i, d'is in France suât jp n i - UlHh j TS A î: Tgre 1 },°1 £ 'TJ -■ '/f. .3 AllfRf.v flu // IN m fa v|Tlt# ß . ■y once so proud, *> i W-Æ. m ■a Vä » )! Ww// f uJiu. John Henry Scroggins was a chap " Of whom the world took . I Well-mannered, He took a so reared in plenty's lap. al lead. But now without a fri.ud hJ Vtliosc friends wer« John Henry go-s to movie sh. Vail r.-ails tho line» out loud KMCS, Nice Elide I rip for Vou. be yet a whli - before yrtur '-'Ife can - all up ut- Mr». Skygaek of Mara by wirele*j r.mi a»i: her If r, - ehlhir- n g. ttiio, .o • . most It may l suppose tho _ „ opUmlstte prophesies cams true ami communies I'.ui between Mars anil Kurth were -■» d, and Mrs. Skygaek, speaking (Ii hf wir wife : less some morning, said lo your Why don't you folks rome up to *eo us some day 7" "But, Mrs. Skygaek. we hasen't the time," your wife could truthfully 3 an time," your could truthfully êwer. A train traveling a mile a minute from the ■ ' for the tri». Tin distance is 39. 9«5,6<X) mile«. B-'fore you gut there your great-granchlldivn would grown up. On a summer's day tho sun Is right Over one's' head, seemingly almost \\6th an ■artli to Mars would take 7-' b.) lit read I, but If you board.'.I mi aerial train, running fiO miles an* hour, you would not arrive at the sun until Feb •■nary of the year 2097. And ut the mte of speed It Is 50 y rnd 7S0 years to Jupiter! But Little Man. gazing into the In 'inttc, exclaims with perf.-.-t confidence: "'.Mars, I'll speak to you yet I" same -■ars tn Venus J. W. King, McClellan county. Texas, » allegml to have bought ll.fflfi b. r -ottles for gfStK). TJiey were empty, lourt held he must i-ay. i Get something stronger- a Mexican drank a quart of wood alcohol and did a full days work on the railroad section o'. Ponca City. Okla.. Hie following day. 'als starte 1 an i„ve.H 1 c .al conAtaffies foltaw I n.ai curaiianies ronow Id wa' H wTghVln U wlth .Id was weighed in with . Cleveland od'u r ifon of sev- ra :ic an alb mpt horse that he s; lils load of coal. 1 Company, yesf-rday. GM I \GIIER-KING. Miss Mary Frances Callnglier, uf No. mi Charles Bay - 1 '■tl King, of 1302 Jcffers-in street, were married on Monday afternoon In ÿf, Mary's U. C. Church by tho Her. J. J, MoKeun; 902 Kirkw tre! u , I l \ I III t: UMRKI HS JOIN (MON. tv ' j United »rkers* Locals Nos Cl »l V m o. burs wvra c a'od.n-v I Delng IM j HS-.n'-.g N ... v ■ ..... | vi 44 ' anil worn, n ÀhO 'Uri»- 1 ,n d 'John Grant's crew ' lust now th- Dnitarf Mih-r w -t the export of goat skin» to lii^* l nil»*»! •State», whi-'i ar- Pairing , a it 1-u den to th glaz -J kid in.iijslrv \u 0 ut '»ill ( rather AV md 9ü. .N- t f 4 ONf.R ATl L A I E A I MOR>. Telegraph Couacli. No. 29, Jr. o. f. A. M.. I-ast n'rfil. .-„Df-rr-d tlu- lit» secon-l an-l thrld d-gret* up :i j «„»> An address, congratulating the organ» -«.lion ui-on ■« splen<IKl degr-'e w.,; and rating it among Hie h »* In j»uie, w -s St-de Counelllor. He urg-i Urn eotm.q; !. w : Tor n-w members and Jnlp th- -V •reach ll> goal for Hi y - ' Next Friday evening T - 1 u ell will ceb-brat ■ ".a-i! i ; ; bar,; Iver.-i by A. H. GattU: <l-ii Conn entertalnm-nt cornml*!- - b'^'• , Vq . w. «-M. POOR LO-fc*» HIND William Pm- _■ .• ?j land „■ Oita! .** - r '■» n-Sl ai Ita- )-■ Y v , ad <A \y i l.-fsi:. Hos ■ l . I •was Elizabeth of Halnault, who mar rled Philippe Auguste , and In Hun gary Elizabeth, or Ereseot, as she Is called there, one saintly honors which brought her name great promineiioc in lift many. Elizabeth \V. Godville. wiiose mother Jacquetlc of l.uxenburg. was the record.' TÎHMbvtb of York Is another famous English woman of that name, supposed t,> l>c lh>, object of ttu political court ship of Henry of Richmond, but tho most ^giiious of all the English Eliza beths w I first English Elisabeth on of course the famous queen whose personality and achievements are immortal In the world's history. Elizabeth's talisnmnlc «cm Is tlie dl rfiond, which is said to give its wearer .s|s,.|ig(h. indomlnnblllty and freedom from ail danger since, according to an -id 1c on, tile diamond absorbs all : into itself, tints protecting tho nc who wears it as an amulet. "dsons Tlleg div is Ellzalietb's lucky day and 3 her ! lucky number, Iho Illy, slgnfyng inno eence, is her flower. Coy],right, 1by the Wheeler Syn dicate, Inc.l still 'ticking to the run .k them so much BARTENDERS ARE OPTIMISTIC LOT "All Um boys friend tîul liai good lu 'in days gone by," announced Jolm J, Dowell, business agent of the! Bartenders' Union, No. Afin, in calling a meeting of the union for tomorrow afternoon. Business of Importance will com,' up for consideration. It Is an-) iiounred. and replies to letters sent Siuatoix Ball and Wolcott and Gon g.'iiuman Layton will be read. arc <1 one ROUER I EARUWEEE HI \D kifxlweli, for Ute Iasi two ! years a tender of Eleventh street brldg •and a p«Inter, died al Ins reshlenw. No hath GJiuridi streets yesterday after noon of pncuitidnlii. Ho was 64 years old- He Is survived by Ills wife Ida Hard well. Tho funeral will take place from his late residence. Tu, tulay afternoon. TTi« - Rev. George Henry Dole, paslor of 4lie i (jhurcli of New Jerusalem will have eliarg,'. Interment will be In All. Salem Geinelry. Before ass,lining charge of the Elev enth street hedge. Mr. Cardwell had associated in business with his [brother Charles Cardwell. been I \THI RS Wll -ONS DINT . Fathers und suns field an enjoyable and well utteuded banquet at McCabe Memorial M. K. Church last nigtit More JG*t men and boys sat down to the feast, given under tlie auspices of the. Mi ll's Bunina Class. Clarence N. Keen and John D. Rogers I " ero ,M 0 " Rr Ke of arrangements. The banqu. t was served by the Ladles' Aid of McCabe Churoh. The guests were welcomed by the pastor, Inc Rev. George C. Williams. who delivered an address. Other speak ers were Max Clement, Louis Talley. Archibald Stafford und W. H. Mon r. v . , . . . \ l l,a "r i 'I bclwi'Cii i-.i'lo Angel n,, and his brother yesteN .v terminated I with the brother accusing Carlo of the. - ,g.,i larceny of some articles from. V"m V: ' r '' H ? n '■ *' re ^Tiipany, Marshallt, ... whore he is employed r im.l HOI. IDA V AT P. o. rhe |,"Stoffiee w II remain op,n oii-v until noon on Monday. W aslriigton's j Birthday. Tlie regular collection ,f mail will be n de in the afternoon, «ml .■il! ,no d-Hvciy f m l', the earl.' morning D ll' T. wdl b„ made as ii day Archibald Stafford und W. H. Mon , tagnunl, Y. M, C. A. Interstate »ecru lino i in it \g\in> in«» i in it. Vugi-lliio was arrested by Officer Brls 01 ! Hearing In tlie case was continued until Mvnday at the request of Assist ant City Solicitor Davis, tn Munlolpi i Court this niomlng. i 1)1! SMII.EV ILL. After nearly two weeks' Illness, the Bev V. Franklin SSnlley D. D.. pastor i of Wes! Presbyterian Gttunch wlll prea.-h at one service at West Church , - , T Jiv«tai»n« n ^ie. lnger and Dr. La Mott .permit. ' j I Ur Stnlley W . IS takcn wllh tho grip February Id. but Is now much ' ■ better. DRV SEEt' l HS-KEI/E EIQI'rtH. . The Federal authorities, it was stated fills morning, have secured a number of samples of liquor recently confiscated ; by the polie and will have them analyzed for the purpose of securing , evidence against some of the alleged ( speakeasy proprietors In this city. SI I EEHS VERTIGO \TTA(K. Joseph M. Crowe, Sr., of No. 1703 Pine 8,Wet ' 8Ufferi>J an alUok ° r vertigo "hllo at Eighth ami King wiii' Hinnmoneil '.u;: •« to .'.:s home. . \M W .. wif- Dr Vaughn, of Delaware College, who ha* l" 1 *' from an attack of pneumonia, left today with her bus band, for Atlantic City, lo recuperate, -- - B\/.\AH AT IRANSTON . «TS I ba/ur and gale of the Cranston. » *'«» Kin fi>mp«ny Wil. h- confn ued next Monday 'md Tu.-sday. 1-anca ucfHlIewark, oandlcs ».'akes and alumi mimwar- as well other articles w iu, ibe on sal--. , ; PENNSGROVE » \RI IM RF.ASE. TRENTON. N. J.. Feb. 81. i fttoi«).—Permission lo Increase its fare! 1 from live f- s-ven cents for each pres- ; ent zone - in; Unlt-d I 1 : j s grant«i by the '| Public L'Mllty Oommhwi in to the Salem Abet Pennsgr ve Traetlon Company. \NDRM\ SHELDON AEH.ICTED. , Andrew Sheldon, of Newark, was pro Th^taqulsüTon was hrought'"f <*. . .. »• -. «» <». man. ROT ARV CU B AT rill RCH. Members of tlie Rotary Club will | iattend St Andrew's Church tomorrow niortiii e i G Ut DIN 4L GIBBONS SIG NS P \STOR I L LETTER TO A » f^, I f - V V» . rr *k ■ * ** v'n Si: ____________ _ __ _ ^ &0/ASA L. Car ~ "* ÏALTIMUUE \fd • Cardinal n • e m- |.iv,„i> signing the I -sl PM i * * . « ' , toral letter la-M8b who is living. Mil .! h f ' , n ' )Cl,a f h ? f '' loins of Galholics throughout the coun-' f '"" l ,1 '" Amer,can arahh sh0|,s try are united in a movement to receive r *** bishops, ha» signed flic Joint Pas- i lu i v cominuniuii on tlie day the pas - , holy "s ^!.d "J. to pra, for U.c of their bisiions and for the Ho •« the only one welfare of their church and country. V • / •«f 9* ■ j j ' J t r Æ •sL : & ^ - \ ■ . fÆ tt/rf'. ue. jm. ,r Æ ■ v . / E 7 >w mm & Wr4 V'rÆsfJ»/ M • ■ & ! . ■ 5*» K ■ r.; .;î "a /4jV« y —. ;* a •4(4,0«. Ii" - «! Ictlcr to-be rea»I in ail Uie Galh "H* 5 eUurehes of the U. S. un Wash- ] Intention ington'a birthday. Advehtope-s OP THE TWINS rit Olive Robertr Barton FT! H \ I Qi WmÊM 7 L s short." the giraffe / i 8» /> Vi 7 : [\'V Î7, i 1 i "I got timl of my long neck, and kept wishing it vyen explained. Next door to tbo polka-dot elephant lived o cee« lor ».ni, aniaahv „nota .na li\(*a a creature *'llri and When the twins , ame along after the was acting very queer, y . It. was running around its house and Jerking up its chin and say :ig over and o\ r "It won't stretch. ,i can't stretch It. Oh, what «hall 1 do?" „wi.at Is it?" inquired Nick. "A r0 pe? „ No< niy nft( . k „ sald the creatur(> u glra ffe." v glraffel" erl d belli twins. „ Yeg . , know , dl)n t look it. but l»nu I got tired of my long n-ck and kept wishing it were short. Well. I got my wish, and here I am in Topsy-Turvy, and I don't like It kt ail. . do need my I ncek so. I ve lost my cap on the roof and I can't reach it. Uh, my pouf neck!" dw .4 v 1|ke ur k , . . . . — ■■ 41 IM.ME \(,\IN. I 4 INK. . Magistrate Gluckman, at a hearlm ; ;i gt Saturday in a suit brought »gains .. * ' *• Blas, N' Ijro gave Judcinerlt Lga*n»t Jones In tho sum of £200 * 11 * # « very short neck, !(ea party, this creature THF. SHORI NKI M D GIRAFFE. , . ^ * Xe ,°**'?£ , on . V-V T'f ,, ' erl 1 t Cùnatable ^ frPds - 'l-| ^ 1 on a pleasure yacht, sup IP®»'* »« „ t,l ' ! P , P ^ ty ( of Jon '"' which lay at tlie Eleventh e tt j Thc .. lj "i*, 1 !u '?, be ®" «»vertk-d for » . |on Morfday, Mardi t. ' Mi ABRAHAMS GOES TO NEW A «RK M. J. Abrahams, local manager of trie . Yurli " 'H H " U! " 1 l'- : |H"2? w *,' r '"' x 7' 7 v"*wo \v ; '' a * st '.' st " 1 '' lli - Mr. Aln.iharo» -t.i;. in ,lo» i , ll0 „"l 8 !naJ " n.ay ftfends. Mr. Abraham» ( toown n ïhl^c tv ae.g. wen Known in inis uij. brld) TO ADDRESS I NION TAILOR^. EmlHo Spina, secretary of Uielooa Joumçyroei. Pallors Tiilon, win «•" the members of the Local, No. <lfflpnla unton tils iiad 1W0 an eight-hour day. mß » . » IN NEAR EA8I uuilh Mrs Ha • T. Prie of work at booths and theatric üurliü the Near East campaign. Mr- Prie - is had much experience w ith till work In Liberty Loan and Red Cross campaigns * . 'SNOOKEMS'' ta DEMI. «hscqules ir- f- be h-ld Imnorr-w ^rifrnuon i»\f-r ine remain of •'nook urns." the Tenth ward Possum D g. "lien the chief mourners, the 'Possum , Club, will pass suitable r>* lullon-. • \ ; pressing th-' loss to I'll- ommunil' uerially the elub * lau - ' iuo ' - ; M'GET IMPPOM.» I Lawrence McGee, of No. 2111 Market 1 glreet, who -Irank bichloride of nier icury on Thursday night, is reported lo : be inueh Improved by Delaware He- j pltal ph ysici ans. agent of ■rs. s ,,, , «« , .. ..... , b "iT-E 1 'f |}' l ''l h"' ,sirstSÄrirÄ% Jthls evening. IV. 4. Ill IHN II !.. )ulten, business | Local, n Waller .1. .113, Elec i III will) an ullack o' Wur grip. ... , , Because I was everybody's step-lad der. It was always, 'Mr. Giraffe, will _, J* . . , . you please run and peep into by nest and see if ihe babies are safe?' or, 'Mr. Giraffe, I d like tliat cocoanut there by your ear, it's too high for me.' And at housccleaning time I was completely Nancy. housccleaning time was completely ; worn out." Suddenly Nick thought of tils magic shoes. "I'll get your cap, Mr. Giraffe," he said, wishing himself as high as the ! house. Up he shot, got the cap. then C8 me down again The giraffe go surprised he for got to say, "Thank you." "How do you do it?" he gasped. Then Hie twins told him about Jocko be'ng lost and how they were searching for him with the help of the Magical Mushro aod Green Shoe.. "D • vmi thing ! could get some shoes?" asked Hie giraffe. They arc hetw than n neck " b 7 r ^ , h * ' , ,,,, »v\,u v,i im unuvr ir ANNOI N< E ENG AGEMEM Al ueihiim. vvMttHMHi. Mr ,nd Mra - William P. Peach of fifdi innivi N H-v tJu-nr ' home. Happy Valley harm, yesterday. There presrot 125 gmestff -who ex tended congratulations .md good wish j^nd gruom uf a (Jiwr ■ i ' cs to Hie bride ter of a century. The guesls were from New York, Philadelphia. Cluster, Baltimore, New - ork. this city and down StaAe towns. During Ihe hours from 2 (o 5 o'clock ^ tlS, were'their chHdr-'u.' Miss N p.-.p!, i V» W. Paul i>- ich .oui J. B mcroft !u aeh' Miss Emlllne Deri-'kson assisted In re '' olvin « Ihe gu.-sts. Miss Derlrkson served a-s maid of honor at th- wed | IIK oJ aI1 j XJr . p ear , ; n ,„ dccor3t , OI)ÿ uvre , n *' , h of silver and .. u ; were received. \ssisU | : 8 ^;;; r, ly ior. Miss Edwin»' Long MhtoM Midi ken and Fred Martern* of Newark' \i anniversary th- pi g g-n.-nt ^ ^ ... : -un -. -i. if is an -ffi-'-r in 'the vlaltan ____ KTVfir\L <1 LTI Itt mn nr Geo'™ f I (Sell. «SetSof (he New York Ethical Society w ill speak on the suhle« n,vi/iu, h»*cl dupnnt. tonirr •, «non .-r Hm auspl« s ,.f the Wilmington Kth .-al tSoelety Mr, Odell has i-.-tiir-d here before. It is «ntic 1 pat erl that rnanv of Mr Odell s Wllm'ngton friends will be present to hoar him lecture again rii ■ rn »nm » ' —'-<i - ■ , c P •l,.«Intis bv the Hotel <lul>,,nl .--».h -J. "y, ", r n . ra - Ihe general public is invited to alt-nd. —--_ MU'» M\REL EDU REt DEAD Mrs. Mabel Lowrey. formerly of Wll nilngton. died of heart trouble while on a visit to Alianlle City, February 1.1. The body was interred in Laurel Hill .cemetery, Philadelphia, last Monday. Mrs. Lowrey was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene D. Wells, of WIN -______ Ills ANKLE FR ALTERED Kicked by a horse near Forman's vharf last night, John Lowncy, ag-d « years suffered a compound facture of the right ankle. He was removed lo th.- I- ft ware Hospital for treat m nl • ,M,n,ftor * CODE SUCCESS IIP TO TEACHERS ■ ■ R. N5T. Cooper Finds Little Opposition Now to New School Law VITAL PROBLEMS BEFORE INSTITUTE i nrk demonstrated <he r.roli >t method f n : Kn t- veo her to ig^elo ' i midi er from S.-wwrk hrfnv the con r : r-f . T h he r** a>:undr,d strange' Jdu.taV^r les , . .. „ ..... , - anced Ihe fine study of ■ tual or, n ago and irrigation rond.lions that can he made in lower Delaware le tter than studyng It out of a book, lie also said State Cumrn'ssloner of Education, \ r thur R. Spaid. Dr. R* chard \V Goorp V. of the Service Citizens and County Superlntendent W L. Jiwip. addressed • tie local conference in No I school this: ' morning. Miss Agnes Snyder of Mcw son Commissioner Spaid put in a plea for less dependence upon hooks and more practical work in teach'ng. He ■ Instruction fn vocational ' " " :,s crlt: • Z'd bel -u.« of de ) p-ndenc. upon 'ex' books Mr. i-paid sc;vd the Congressional I de'ay over th- pea." treaty, while th ! I urks w, ' re «Howed to continue Ar Mr 00 '" 0 , 8 '»'"»•''sfi'd. Re urged, ! ,3,e New Castle teachers -lo adopt a res-, "' ,li ° n U,l f niattor - tl » be for ■ ™ 3 "? ed ' *«■ Dela " aro and ••tlva. : V* C °,°^ r *? W «*>' real v 2 ,ue .? f , e "f w stet,? p 'hool code I ^ at H* e ^ more upon the teachers co-orerallon than upon •any other agency: that the teach ers were up against the real diffieiil tics of putting liie code into practice and making it popular. 'T have met vvilh scarcely any op-1 j position to the code in my speeches throughout the Stat»*, only In one or two cases," said Hr. Cooper. Any oppo sltlon there was is dying rapidly a nat ; ural death." He asserted that In places in the >tate where the schools were kept ; fairly up to standards last year, where j the people were interested in the edu , cation of their children, they were pay Ing at that time, nearly as high as called for ip taxes under the new code. "Delaware has a burden that most States ranking higher than Delaware In' education, are not called upon to carry"'j ; sa'd Dr. Cooper" In th's State we have I the double burden of 1 two separate J school systems, white and colored. With • he single exception of Maryland, which only ranks h'gher by one one per cent. iDelaware leads all the States in the Union having this double system." '•.ndont ü f r .^r P r er L. nii r C0Unl f S Tî ln * nt Jump spoke of some criticism heard regarding tho carrying out of the colored school building program before lh * v ^J ,lte s ^ ,10 °' program They sald that H would be Impossible to 38 r n as , I e iLf.n'rU* a I 6 n 'f! ' C schools were consolidated buildings, much larger In size. The colored ...Ill » Vs« J .. *' tools will not be consolidated, they isald, because the population is so scat [»"red the colored pupils would Iwve Jo be conveyed ilfleen to twenty miles *o reach a consolldat'-rl school. Also, *o reach a consolldat'-rl school. Also, Hw Negr*o families would move to set »Je near the consolidated schools, and ,»hls would unsettle the Industrial sup Ply situation. Dr. Cooper nid the appreciation of educational opportunities Jjy tlie co ored I>e«ple was so great, that they. conveyed their children 5 or C miles to *• «hooh free of charge to the j ''.®!l 0u au » l, ' , >* a11 %Vis r " 'IHferent from lhe whtte famllle_s, whw j not undertake rs expense i ,. p ' t Ä ' nvestigations tnat ne [mfmt set lor rl ' ,r * ( ' lf th ® «ondltlonts In tlie colored schools. He found benches without backs, no books, wretched buildings. Superintendent Jump asked Hie teach „ ors to prepare a budget for their schools n ' xt >'" ar in tlme f,,r hlm to tu ™ I" the budget from the County Boatxl of Edue.itlon to Levy Court. He spoke of the good, unse'.tlsh work ' board and asked the teachen^ to us»* I . ■_ , , I Ihelr Influence in b half en tn ,ir rt election next year. Mr Jump declmred he was wt talking politics since H I ir«'n-parusan, thp FnrCP Thaf V^omiliaiiucu me i Uitt 1 iia1, rv.oD Into Mavlrn IVIaae uasn into iviexicu r-» ( • . Bäck in 18tx> | COL DAVIS, OLD FIGHTER, DEAD PY DIDBC WHII F EXPIRES wHILE KTON. M i.. Feb. 20.-Colonel Isaac . ... k eha,r at h,s home late yestentay after m-n from h-art failure. Mr. Davis wa» *11 day. H* was boni In t.hs county, near Klkton. December 31, l** 1 . He ^rv-d in the Army of the Potomac during the Civil WaT. Among the en gag-ments in which he participated ' n. W'nclies an( ^ Petersburg. He was ta\ n r rl *? nor at ' VI ? Ch ,T K t f r " | d „f 0nflned for '■"o months In Libby Prison. He afj twit tin married miss (jam ' ,illor " J, '° ,n . *•*;. '^°« t \ en ' oa ~ sa «" ho marr,crt Mlf,s hath rme Budd a sister of Dr. Harry Budd p-es dent Of WesleVan Collegiate Institute. llriVn ., survives him He is I,0 , V0P . % ' no ourviv-s mm. i i» also survived by three sona and -jn-' AT DINNER TABLE daughter, namely Henry M. Davis, of Philadelphia; J. Newman Ixivis of Boston, formcry of the Pusoy A. Joncs Co., Wilmington Del.; Wlli m .T. Davis and M'ss Mary B. Davl i. In politics Colonel Davis was a Re publican. Ho was once a camlTda*- for (the House of Delegates, be'ng defeated I by a very small majority by James B. : Groom, who was later governor of! Maryland. For two years j-rior to ac-j cepting the caahlersb'p 'of the Second National Bank of Elklon. he was cleric to the Board of County Commis »loners. He also founded the Davis Keyes Co. Since I80fi Tie iiad been a: member of the Masonic Fraternity. OUTLOOK BRIGHT FOR BUILDING Wilmington Leather Com pany Will Erect Immense Warehouse OFFICE BUILDING FDD CAMP rf\ rC7l\ 3A1V1C LU. - in tup „it.. .... " 1 . brighter for the . a long time, in spite of the "tightness** of the money market. In addition (o the long list of I""' Wll, . l '!L haVl ' 'tinounced ' £ ar i9W ' * om < which are n°" " *" proc,>:is ut construction. & ^ z s theatre for Ï'ÂhTcÏw. street, next door to the old eitv hail, the second was the new fiOO, garage and show rooms and repair : shops of tlie Wilmington Automobile Company, at Tentb and Orange streets. and the, third was the new office build ing and warehouses for the Wllining ton Leather Company, at Second • Bufldlng conditions ! Wlloilngfou sceni ,, omlnK s ,, r | IU lhan fr . 1 ror Ol .ua. kc sui.-.Webb streets. The first two buildings have already b-en descr-b-d. but th.- lat ' r was given out for publication by ; John J. K nnedy. arehircel. with offices In the Kord Ruild.ng, yesterday. The plans Include a two-story bulld Ing, of steel sash and reinforced con Crete construction, 75 by SOU feet. This building will be used for the storage of hides and other materials, and will , bo equipp'd with escalators, loading j Platforms and all of the most modern to'ideas In warehouse construction. The warehouse will be one of the largest I In the city, having a door space of j IW.OOUsquare feet, vvilh a storage space 340,000 cubic feet. To make the 1 structure entirely fireproof wire glass J will be used throughout. The three-story office building for the same company nearby w ill be con stmeted of tapestry briek with orna mental terra cotta trimmings and will 1 contain ten rooms. It w ill be thorough-I Iy fireproof in construction and con tain several vaults. Mr. Kennedy will be ready for bids' on these two structures w ithin a week, He is also planning to turn the build Ing at the southwest corner of Seventh and Wert streets, owned bv Miss Marv Doordan. into house. j a modern apartment SETTLEMENT NOTES. Two morality plays by Constance McKay are f 0 p,, given at the People's Settlement in the near future b\ the members of Oak Troon No •> oh Scouts. The proceeds will be devoted to purehaslng equ^ ( The house Dramatic Club will present M*rch «n rir«r* the direction of Miss Barthold, rickets will he on sale next week , m Monday. March 1. teachers from the'various schools In the city attend ed by tho uirl scouts, will be enter tolned at the Settlement in tlie aftcr noon. An exhibition drill will be given . . ,, llf 0 ,. k Tl .,. 1)r , v 0 o ' ' UT '* „'m Mia» laaDt.'ile gu>C a program of , rK!l am j St . olch s , j;ies before the h . woman's t inli on Thursday \ft, nio .u t> , was served. Tickets are out for the boys' gym 1 1 . M r , r( .t, « . in ,t " a8l ^' ,^!?inL b./s been planned The exhibition . ... basketball game be 'vint no l el slaiemcn t?au and l the Good Fellows. ni IENIIEII m w "V 1 Press' I de p-nq. r of Kut. Mesopotamia today cel ... . , ftft v nintli blrthdav ! ^ownshend's defense of Kut so Im fhe" nSfSt they J..d him td _ ,| on while h- was tV I" (g ( f n th realized that Prisoner, ami writn uuy naiizeu mat! I muât sue for po ce they beggetl »'»h* »° ai • a> Heir ,nii„sar> to the B-iiish commander in the MeHÜterran ^_ r- w z .- g — M ^ 1 j» 1 Af V %a V V SâK m Ä » » w **** <»»nerou* Offer lo Tnl»er«ulof>ln miHV rer* «f Trial of Buropcv Unnarkabie Kemed>, haxosin. H ; lEsaera—declare SANOSIN the must effective treatment for rulaiouary uilinentH yet din [covered. Felix Wolff. Court rii.vMlclaii, rector of the Sanitarium for <'ontiumptives. In I<eibold*irrun, »aya he baa discarded other remedieM. SANOSIN ha« been olfi ' dolly recommended to the Berlin Medical Aflftociatlon. Dr. r. \V. A, Ehhotb, Auiater dam. Holland, declares it a ' Moral oblljra ti'Hxto make SANOSIN known (o the whole huimln race." American sufferers, rich poor, can UB**.fhis remarkable home treat ment that has met with such phenomenal »access in En rope. SANOSIN does its work by absorption of Germs - not an Injection, [Produce» calm, restful sleep without Mop phi urn or similar deadening drugs. Brings .almost Immediate relief from coughing, blooil »i.ltMng «ail Right SANOSIN !,» proving a bi<-««lng to nil »UITertng from I Tubercule«!», Bronchitis, Asthma. Bronchial H'«tnrrh. etc Bend for FREE BOOKLET: i ivltb testiinonints) explaining this treatment, 'anti how n trlii 1 can bo made In your own home ut our risk. Address SANOSIN, 584-C (Unity Bldg., Chicago. Show this to some, ' T n Phil;) HpInhlH 10 I itllaut.jpilia | 1 — gpfl ( heSl6r » al,u ■ m PKNNSQROVK seheds!« ta Kffr« Saiunlay. Fsb. «. 1920 BofiJect to Cb»p*e ttkout Notic». n «nT. ■B.4V w harf, «nd Phiiaffriphia. 'chestnot Street wharf, «t s.oo A. M , 12 o'clock noon and ,«.1B P. M. n ' W ILMINGTON PENXSGUOV* ROTTE. , Schedule In Effect Saturday. Feb. 11. i subject to Change Without Notice. Leave Wilmington for p«nn»grov*. «.30 soo> tua» a. M.. 12 o'clock noon, 2 .uo, «00. o.oo, s.ou, lo.oo and Ti.uO P. M. Leave I'ennsgrove 7.15, 0.00, 11.00 A. M.. 1.00, a.oo, s.oo. T.oo. u.uo, n.oo I*. M. and . ^ A -y, I , - - - •L n - fortu " lltc ' j , I | j I i of! I j a: n 1 i Ii TAXI PHONE 40 THE TAXICAB CO. i PIN A MEDAL ON THE CONDUCTOR NH °4 Oosh'amlghty I If folk asked you thousand gestions per day, wouldn't a U * aU, ' T - vour nanny? And yet, that's Just what happens ! to our old friend Mr. Conductor, ,Iovv n,a ny limes liave you asked "does this car go past such-and-such street?" and how often have you In ijulred as to where certain stores buildings were? It's the fellow on the street oar, wh* Ralhers in the coin, who Is alwavg ready to Up you off. isn't It? I And he's the same bird who stretches ws*r to the ^ ,iid > Ä°Kh«RK Pie. keeping an eye out for the safety of car riding humanity, and holding to ! your temper at the same time is ' cinch, believe us ! 1 Remember this, you car riders the next time you take a ride 1 CONDUCTOR! or no with MR _ 1I/C\!T flITTDfD MrnaHO HeM I IlLKl II M' NS | nimm n/u no onoiu LdAOUl HOLDS S(M ÏAI «WUt/iJ OWI/\L< Members of the Men's League of West Presbyterian Church held a bu«l ness meeting, ent-rtalnment and social last night In <he ehun h. After the bus 1 'ness meeting -»l which Vice-l ; r*sideip W. H. Redmile nr. sided. cnterUinme"'. was furnished by Ruth P. Barthold elocutionist and Ingram comedians and musicians, Irving C. Easier, song leader of the Wilmin.arton Community Service lead j the audience In a number of popular j and patriotic songs, following which refreshments were served, ( The annual meeting and election of officers of the organization will taLe place March 19. -_— DELAWAREANS WITH EtRMERS' CLI'B Former Federal Judge George Gray was host at the monthly lundi, 'on of the Farmers' Club evening in Philadelihia. Judae Grav md Hogi'c, held Thursday In addition to the following Witming tonians were present : Dr. Joseph H. 1 Gdfli, Andrew C. Gray, Joslah Marvel, H- nry P. Scott and others. • W r -kTK op Delaware, office of ° secretary op state. To ii* T T« r, ww, 0 *T h „ D,8S 2Dl"riO\ romJuÄ: P,e#ent - MaJ . Wherea». it appears to my satisfaction, M thereof, by the canspnt of all » Dtuk holders deposUed in my <ÎSn P *f P t "hu st.t, omp, " r ' " sofi In charge thereof, upon whom process .mu» be serveci, baa complied with the re ! 2*, '"e CorporeUon U.-. ot (h* State of Delaware, na contained In toi ja Action i t« 2 im. sltlon ÎS? "hlpter wi i of *«'■•■*6 statutes of fais, as nmendefi I Pr *('EiÎTiT'D ? \T h E !!F Ul ms°s^H h i**ri,.v L N»«- thrrefore, t, Everett C. Johneou. Secretary u r state, of the state of Delaware. CmnCATE OF DISSOIT TIO.V office, the corpora , ..... whose principal office I« situated at 7 West Tenta street, In the , city of Wilmington, countv of New Castle Mate of Delaware. Corporation Trust Com i panv of 'nierl.-n, h»lng agent therein Secretary u r state, of the state of Delaware. t . hat 'Ï* «rwretl.m «*aô. *!»• in the office ,."rtaiy l 'eü"J| e ,f „^j courent. In writlng. to the dioso tto°!ltrekh" by W * the '' of ' TTh,ch ' *• I *.. * official seal • „ffLlUf * ^^rcfarT M offl. v • • * • : ,- otatb of Delaware, office oi* j secretary of_ state. Tc Allto'Äm ° The.c S8 pre^tj N »IaV Come. Greeting; Where«»,/it appear« to my »atinfactiou, c'effing» "for^the^otJmïîy of th *' 0 f , H the holder» deposited lu my office, the Finkel »teiD Shoe Co., « corporation of lhi -9 State, whose principal office is situate«! .ml doi Market at reel, in the city of wn an -3 —Rl »«Id con , sent and tne recortls ,.f the procecnlnga aforesaid, »re now on file In my said office as provided by law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I • • have here« nf»» haul un i •Ml, at « R__ . * Dover, this 20th • 1855 DeL-iware 17Ö3 • day of Feb., in • the year of our • • Lord, one thou h.'iini, nine hun dred find twentv. EVERETT C. JOHNSON, H Secretary of Stat«. • i feb21-lt. pri' -Hl-SOllltl' l ware, beini? a^ent therein and iu charge thereof, upon wbutu pr< ces» may lie aerved, has compiled with the requiremeutn of the Corporation Laws of the State of Delaware, uh contained In .Section 1 to -1«»1. Section 19/. Chapter 06, of the Ue vlned Statutes of IWI.%, as amended, pre llmlnary to the Issuing of this CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. 1 Now, therefore, I, Everett C. Johmo; Secretary of State of the State of Delà ware, do hereby certify that the said poratlon did. on the twentieth day February, A. D. 1020, file in the o0ce a duly executed and attested consent. In writ Ing. to the dissolution of said corporation, executed by nil th»* stockholders thereof. which said consent and the records of tbo proocc.lliigH aforesaid, «re n..w on Hie in ; my ««1-1 ofllci*, provided by law IN TESTIMONY WJIEKEOl I have hereunto got In ,. tiaud uu-i j * OFFICIAL SEAL » official soul, at 1 * Secretary's Off'-e • Dover, this 20th i • 1S55 Delaware 1793 • -lay of Feb.. * loll • the year of 'out * *' Lord, one thou sand, nine bim . „ dred and twenfv. EVERETT C. JOHNSON. Secretary of State. .. ■ -i CJTA1E OF ' rSfiraTr oï Äm-mK ' 1 g*£™ .. Dome. Orwtinic: -*° "I •îH'^non. I cording» "f 4 , r bP "th«f ,e ™tant«rv 0 fiiuôiuH-"i thereof, t.y the conemt of ail the »lock- Wl Market Htreet, in the city of MU UuiWntre'''au'd à r J,.t cmupl K»^gmt^"«n-i m . cimr^** thereof, upon whom process may ÄV rÄreion"^« rw,ulr,! ' : of DeUware aTcontataîd In lou js2tion t to 21»L Section m, Ch«pter «, of th- Revised Statute» of 1015, us amend ed, preliminary to the issuing of this CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION. Now, therefore, I, Everett C. Johnson, Secretory of State, of the State of Dela ware. Jo hereby certify thnt the nnli cor poration did, on the 10th day of Ftbrua-y, A. i». 11120, fflo in tho office a duly executed »lid ntteeted con»ent, in writing, to the dl»«oliitiuu of »aid corporation, executed t»y nil the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the records of the proceeding» file In my said office. In Teb21 It. DELAWARE. OFFICE UF 3 the I aforctnld, nre now a« ptwivlffei by law. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto • • • »et rnj hand and • OFFICIAL SEAL • official seal, :if • Sccretnrv*« ()♦" • Dover, this 1î*th • 1855 Delaware 1793 • day of Feb., in 1011 • the year of our • • Lord, one thou sand, nine hun dred and twenty EVERETT C. JOHNSON. Secretary of Stjt# pi:*** MCI U.