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Enrollment ft Delaware and ; . _ . .. ,, . . NEWARK Feb «-Trustees of Delà ware CollFc held tl'elc quarterly meet Ing al tt/collegeToday when matter» of grcal/mporlanre to tt„ msillution .. ." .uJussed Dr «Samuel C Mllrhell nres^erioMh'e collet in an totere»" m/r ni I to'd of plan« that are be ng msdrff the summer School next sum "äsSSSS Xîrt«Sîpnrt C S» «Sont *• JKm dfrmîlhî VÔK.K at*« îfej - i tiOllege. M ! -ft" V' ,n 'i^r'deSd.T.urSî Ôïï School «a a dieiara suectss^ une bond ed an '' t ^. , ' nly ' l '' t ' ptr f " Ph >ve enroll d. f these « ^e ach e c nient champlns representing more than l.OCO boy» art girls organized In agrl ÄÄ:vr ftÄTJtr-iSS, -n- C0 ' * .2*^:1 «i^d'îÂ was a splrlhf unit y In both the life and work ThiTrsetor School under the conduct o/Professor O. E. Hancock, was a ma:fd feature The whole week was full Jf Inspiration, and especial g, airn.de/ -lue to those who directed the vario/artlv.lies, especially to D-an C. A. Mete. M O Pence. Slate Leader of Extent®: T. T Marlin, Slate leader ©f Club^ofk; A. I). Cobb, county 8ff«*nl f> K*'nl county, and M C. Vitueh;. county agent fur Sussex Womcn'sColleges Will Soon Reach 500 PRESIDENT MITCHELL REPORTS TO TRUSTEES Special lo Ae Evening Journal. ter Dr. county, 1 S.irnnieSrliool for l!i?0. •PtaJ r- the Summer School for teach» beginning June ->8. and con tinulnto August 6, have been outlined by Pivssor Wllllnm A. Wilkinson, the d j r ,.,.r. as follows "Ticou sea of inslruellon to be of fer -fbls year have been select.d with J reference to the needs of rural 9 ,„|lenien^arj>' Unohers and of High geisl I- ache;s who do not have a co - A greater va lety of suh le>*-'8 |,j Is- being offered this year limn fqaerly - be instructional staff w'll consist of pilers sei, Tied f;om the faculties of Rivvaie College and the Women's ll-ge of Delaware and a few others ho are recognized experte In teacher "initig. T.u- College has rceently adopted ai policy for giv'ng endt for Summer 's« bool work, which conforms to the practices followed in s in ilar instilu l.ons This feature of the summer »es •ions will be of espec al inlereal to teaohers who may wish to work lo ward the comflellon of either the two year teachers' course In the Women's College, or a four-year course loading lo a college degree. L'nder the plan ailopt d. it is possible for a student lo earn a full year's crtd.t In four sunim-T sessions. "A bull tin gvni complete informa- 1 Hon conce nlng the summer sees on Is •n preparation and will be ready for ■ "Professor Firman Thompson, as act ins dean of engineering, his taken charge of the d parlment with his char acter.sllc energy. Jud onent and admin Istrallve ability These items from his rep rt as lo the new men and measura will be of Interest; "Prof« ssor Robert W. Thorough good, native of Georgetown. Delaware, a BTidmle of L«'hlah University, with teaching experience at Cornell. La f'vette and more recently In charge of civil engineering al the l nlvers.ty of Florida han been appo ntert pr af civil engineer ng and head of the J parlment of civil engineering. " Pro 'ess r Howarrl K. Preston, a I grruliiale nf Lafayette College, an.1 toNj m rly a very succcss'ul instructor ; her", has been appointod as professor, of mathematics and engineering. "Leo Bliimberg, a graduate of Dela ware College, and also v tarmer In itruclor here, was appointed an instruc wr in mechanical engineerirg In charge of drawing. "On aroeunt of the large Increase In i sir but on fuoul March 15. Ung'iii'cring. a the number became appirenl early In (he year that an adtlition/il Instructor In drawlnar. which Is work requiring . great deal of Individual attention vv* Imnerative. Accordingly Mr. Fredcpllk A Thone. a graduate of Stevens InstlUile of Tech nolo«rv. bpon app^nb'd as an In strurlor in mechanic ay drawing. "All of these men a/sumed their du Heu at the beginning of the second erm nnd there has been no Intern.p tlon m he ins rucUmal work In my opinion Ihe 'tolle^s forfina e In sç curing men of suctfhlgh ability to fill these pos-Hons oJsuch short notice an«l at a l-me wbfh commerrtal enrtn eerlng positions /re unusually atlrac n ,imLm T ^TZ""LÄ.dto« r P "The temoo-aT buHdta-rs for Ihe En gineerlng Deparfnent are now In course of e-ect-on a ^ ( r''4 h H ..': 0 .T T 4 ^ "* ranldlva, «"Xim f l2l 7 ' 1,1 ^ 1 kv 4 Vnü; b e- orlglnaliy ose'l hy Hie d ^ont Comoanv a« f'n-ehouses at P»""n N. vv.-e torn an ','! b, 4 P A ,n f No '''' rl, t ' l>ho " h ,.u,t „^ -A 10 - , W« , L ' 1P . .; d ,„ m't f.ev înnv D* fo »• a'nnfl of>' n nMv find"»»* h ' h (he .-om- 0 m a " , b .„ .»-A- "o»c - i„mh»r H « h» ne»cs«f>rv to n „ r ,.(i a ,eid"t'ona' l-mher 0 - 1 - 0 * 11 - Hue m *je-»t'on of the tote-io- »— -n '» |Uv w* 11 bp romnlolod w th n tho «PProp-nt-on made for the Purpose Tbp ,e rulld'n rs, when comnlo-od will fhe entire eleclrlral engtoeertn» laboratory for lestln drftw'ni room and r» f.«Y ! » house dcn*rfi pr, t- , hiehviv materials, a an |4"strl»l rh»m'cal laboratory. ,. pr ,cncnl Equlnmmt. ",tiers have been placed for ovc- »20 000 n orth englneer'ng equipment of which h«s already arrived and wf'be Installed as rapidly as possible T-(S Is first class equipment of a per cent character and. with proper care, (puld be of use for many years. II ,ouId be understood that, wh'Ie the ■Hidings are of the most temporary haracter, they will house many times jieir own value of machinery of the 'highest type, ami plan* looking to a piTm.iienl toslnl'nt'on of this valuable material «hon'd he made al onee. Aer'ciil'iiral Teneliers. "Profea«nr II. W llo'm ha* made a good b«'g'nn!ng the present term In or g.inlz'ng two classes for agr'culliiral teachers. The class In the H'slory of Vneallnnal Education. has twelve stu dents. and the class In Teaching Voea ,,ona > Agriculture 'special methods' has three sen'ors. As the high schools throughout the nation are establishing [positons for the teaching of agricul ture. the openings for men thus trained a-e great. Twenly-lh-ee su h centers have already been established In Delà ware alone Ttie demand Is so great for teaehers of agriculture that Pro fessor Helm has placed one of h!a own seniors. Prank P. MeCardell. In the New ark Hgh School, to finish out the pres ont school year. These agricultural po «Utens thp high school, pay fair sal arle. and open up a wide field of gowlh <nd usefulness. Young m« n would do «ell to emb are such a career as the lea-hing of grlculture In the high «"-bools opens out Books " r WxTer T. Bradley. "Waller T Bradley, of Philadelphia : ÄÄÄi-Ä'r MMU '» PUftfti.M tlmlkr IM. of sttsr k ' Dr " °- sre6 " J ' Cl « fjs; usas h., lo O hware College Mie wlreleiw out h on top of Uie hole! In Wilm ng U | s i powerful apparatus «end Ing message/ more than a Uimmand mess ^ meJLn from ntms ano r c«.\ ng m.-ssag » ir »m MnUi as <1 slant as Panama. » will SS, ^ / st \' 4 J n9xih IWa Is ofC.cmeEvans andDr. Ra.ih ,. IB ^» ****«? rs 1 )!*!,. E laai the ponrajts of O og« E an • «ho for so many yçars w»s secretary rea^unir of Ifie College .*uul Dr A « l S. Ba.:b. fonwr pp . dent, have been r o- nll> pa nled hy 0 S. Hamm.lt and are to be present«! to .he Coll b> Mr. ami Mrs diaries B Evan» These are regarded as excel Km l Hki'DOMoi and will constitute a valued addlt on h* he gaU.Ty of port alto wh - b !» be 1 :n F gradua I y built up by the Col I ge I should like for the Mends of the In-»! tulon to know what Imp'ra l on comes in our daüy work 'n having! upon our wall» the porlra Is of suoh n a» Professor ^«J.Jc H Bob n .»on. De. Theo-lore B Wolf. John C stock ey and 'Unlove Hayes. "\\e mourn the death of one of our boa .j the p . son of Joseph H. Hus singer, an alumnus of the college In |f, 0 class of »1. who served as trustee 0 f lbp institution from I-J08 until Hie For time of his death on January 20. many years he h Id the vitally 1m- urtanl post of chairman of the com P urtanl post of chairman of the com ni tlee on airleullure. In every t on he showed devotion lo the college, b ,. a d lb 0 f vbw am i solidity of Judg mcnt . 6 ; Higher Standards of Scho'arshlp. Application has been made to the 'General Education Board lo share In! tbe great gift made to them for the purpose of increasing the salaries of college professors. While we hope for b ,.| p f rora that board, we must face the i fact that the increases In the salaries 1 0 f our 0 wn professors through the i emergency fund are temporary and In adequate. Sound policy dictates that, W e should have belter paid professors an d better prepar'd students In pur «uance of this policy, the faculty are 1 IstilTening the entrance requirements In accordance with the rising standards and the growins faclllll .« of the high i8pb ools throughout the State. Everything points lo the fart that the norma! attendance of the two c'l leges win sonn b» about live hund ed ' students. The main effort henceforth sb „„'d be to o-ganlze a faculty »'HU elrntlv »Tong lo train surtt a body of you ty, m sound learning This meins , <n,v, nl departments, and Ihe effle'ency of the d'parlm-nl d'pend« largely , lpoT) | be bpad Snbllly In Ihe fac uity |s a p rlme factor. Experlen-e fr<» . ;bn w-n that under Ihe pr'sent hgh ,. ost of h V |o f we cannot hold m«-n of n.sl-rale abIPty In these respons hie ( positions untrs» they are paid » *»l»ry , 'n keeping vvV b ihe dem md« upon ' lhern ad the-r hom-8 In Newark. ! ••j am glad, lh«>refore that the FI-, narlPe a „d Executive Commiltoen are 1 recomm ndlng lo you that we under take (o Pa | SP ,i bPPp m ||Unns of dollar« as an endowment, a mill'on and a half f 0P strcng'hentog lh e faculty and a • lljke snm for b „i-dings nd equipment, j w« properly look lo Ihe State and lo lbe i,eg!sl»'.ure for the maintenance 0 f Delaware College but for growth we must depend upon the alumni nnd friends who regard education as an investment In personality and Ideas f or bettor cltlimshlp. ma profrross, and achievement in Mi<> 4/,m of Sence. art^d relTglon ThPrP are mPn atld „omen who realize lba i ih c welfare of 1hl» Stale denends on the propor tra | nirw as 'leaders î^f the body of youth gathered In these two colleges. Endowment adds to their ,.m P | e ncy. and enables (he Board of TrugtePS to rharl tl|p)r course accord , ^ ^ ph , npp(js f , h , d expan d ng ideals in education. , f „ fa ' ts pan bP 5 - oughl horpp , , , the belief that far-nighfrd d women will give the three mHIinn doParT need-d for Vovvlh !/ „/.td ground plan Sf It?'two colleges Is b»lng prepared for the calaloge at the quest of the committee g roun d« an.l buildings Certain slg , cban " ea arp sllra %-fl In the p-oposed location of educational build Ings around Urn lower green. For in stnnce. the engineering building Is , (IapPd a , , be east nd of the transverse . .. a ,,dIto-lum al the west radWlth entrice on Ihe stat'oe reed, e» | WII as on the green A Lib ral Arts hulldlng I» located opposite Wolf Hall, • h-ch would accommodate th- ein«-« hat how center In R-rlta'-on Hnll. A enteal Iteal'ng plant Is placed lust nu-heasl nf th" eng-neer-nr b-i'ldine n'dway between the two colleges. "This plan sets fo-th Ih- sfructu-al mirpose of the people of Delawa-e a« -gards high r education. In propor lon as the plan becomes conc-ele. mny we export the fulfilment of that pur ose. Would It not be well, the-efor". •op a larg' copy of the college layout, tillable framod. to be displayed In such -nters os the State House In Dove-» •t,e Court House at Georgetown, and he Hotel duPont. the Country'Chib and «he New C-ntury Club In Middletown ind other places? "Thr State has definitely entered upon 'he building of an adequate school sys cm forming the body of the pyramid >f which the college is the apex. The isten of public education Is a unit, Tading from the primary grade lo th •ollege degree. We must make the •ollege an integral part of that viste" which Is bursting upon the people with HS. HARVEY IS DEATH VIC1I; ! ILL FOR YEAR Cont'nued from First Page hl , , rarpf , tll had moved from West: raie^stor to Ph'lad Iphla. Chester about 18C8 and In 1870 he came bl Wilmington and opened a business al Front and Markpt atrpet , He Ialer 'i„ P ,u„n to Past Third his o . street h/«'»en K n» and French street» aml m lg;> 2 , he movd lo Third «nd King Mr ,, eU For a period lasl'ng up until ..... 10 > Tar * atro - Mr ,,,,ney " as TT member of the firm of Ha-'ey and Sis t Pr but when Mr S »Ier left the (l-m. rr, r~ tn '•Mlîioii V. MM tf , h , CM m...» MM- 1 .. »■ — ~ r z; : s? : sstWÄtÄA i Brsndh-w'ne bank. I M- ihw ms-r'edIM 1 « BI'm! » Wllm'n«fon girl. In W5. M s. Ilar- i vev survive» her husband, a» do four , children . . a evcy*» life was the story of a M • • cn0 „v h capital lo start »"Sää * ffjiÄ w "v^n SLtïîî.ï ^ (n ' Mn uhn rh a^med by his mag net'e if .outet personality ^ deceased was a s'aunch Bepubll , n p 0l1tlr ,. al ,hough he never held B r # > llc'lnn he wa« » Friend of Mr Harvey w it be xue«dav morning at It o'clock. Mt V a rmPnt wl „ be „.„de In Wilmington an(J Bran d y wlne cemetery.. - u>|nii PDCCrkrtlVl MOT fPfSH FKKLÜ0W IMM ■ His first biis'noss venture was In IIITfn( ,|p . ■ nimi/P O 4 VC MYT HI CAL, BURKCi oAlO 1T11I1UV/mJ » j Addressing a meeting of <Gm"» 500 1 , , n t h e ,. a b, )r Lyceum last eve-1 p M-rbael J B-icke who I» here n," Interest' of the campaign for the •" hnp . f thp , p |. b Republie, ^ "L «ÏÏ, |f.ecdom Is nol ' ' l ' Q W011ld have you .vis held und t JJJ J* . , h( . ra , r .,i| Rraorh. me auspir ^ wha , wp bave ." he .«nnfinued "aftor TOO ye..rs of tears and and il I- a-lng to survive be the end always trl perfo m'ng the ln rel*^^^™8i . ''t"''*' ri f , ' | ,n "mphs. And we nr ; functions of "' e ™^ rilP , ' than .»lances J T,,,r . under British rule similar depa k.n , ;nue j be cam H was ® ec *". h W rek upon the re palgn for anomer declaring quest of Ule „ . vbp expressed a de that many ■r'T* h . rould nol be i »l re *** ,,. bp aP h<xlut d for 1 seen. Meetings . , different i every n gro nexv • n >i(l p r uiay parte of the ru. c | 0 se It Is «'hen the ca-mparai yt haV( expect'd ,h "*' . nll ' T been subscr bed. 1 ,,ni i IC 1 u/IJfT WII l^l\ «• I'**» 1 ' ÇC'IN R ATTl.Fr l, H M)S öljlilJ Urtlklaxaa 90" r 0W , bp leather export business' ' rtI f " "} stan dsii|l on acviunl of, J a al 'J'" np ban(re England is well , / y vltb leather aeconllng to J.I a ' , .|* pM V lre-p-c»'denl and general p àf Hie New Castle Leather _ v vvb0 baa just returned from ' ' ' tp . p j bP | e alher Is held! J government control, but d'»lr:bu-! Pomp |, tPd this monlh. may . >rln '™ ~w nll i a demand both In England nn( , p canP e. ( a b lgh-r standard of efll , c i en ry in the leather business in tills ' .„„nl-y than In England or Fiance. ! Mr will's said. >j r Willis visited many of the lm 1 pliant balilellelds of France and Bel L„ m some of which had nol been.de p | a , ed. Food restrictions arc still In f or ce there, he said, and In some Eu • ronean countries, notably Austria. j [-mine Is threatened. Germany, he * a kl Is anxious to throw Its man PO vver into industries as far as arrange ments can be made with other countries t 0 do so. 1 '- — - nrCIAMri? MIVl?TÇ ««m nkrïliltVÏ TAIVTTniT Ml. CARMEL TONIGHT _ Basketball enthusiastic» of thl» city are due for a treat tonlarhl at St. Pit rick's gymnaêhim, when the Defiance drsl team lines up agalnsl• strona Mr Carmel team of Philadelphia, and lhç peflance Academy lock, hem« «« "i HaW In the preliminary game This „me starts al 8 15 o'clock, Deflafcce hrst learn hes fa*»»» oemblnations In the Stale. It Is composed of such stars as Joe I.acy and Salmon Shl»Ms. forwards; Pel» Gonnelly. center: Red Buck Martll and Luk» Lull, guards^ In Mt. Carmel thev m»»t one nf th» fastest teams In Ph'ladetohta. Last 'ear Ml. Carmel « fc nn J 1 "*. " , ' 1 T V ,«d ehamntorsh-n e» »e 0..»v»r »jl thl» year I» fighting for the lead In the American League. - VITlfHR Rlîf f V1UUU> Kll 1 S RllF F AlW WLW P h r ' p:o G no«-o|| n-> mn— 1 . .. " hro'-en a-m sustalne.l by slip "/g IT'j - v-nA non ?'tvn!l,nlton ww me '« an. h«» h n' vvilinngl n "t»(1 last Snlitediv al C-e-vveoV hy »M* Rev M» Johnson. Bo'h form»rty -esided In this county hut hav h on living In Wllm nffi^n for some lime. Angered because "f constant /asm* hv boys, a vicious bull -h-lon.-r ng Jn Harry Luff, North Wf»t Fork ' Trtel. went nn a raramie md earning to con tact with a mule gored It lo death. _ - - 'ncreaslng light ami attractive power. The plan represents more than the ma terlal setting of beautiful grounds and buildings. It interprets the spiritual «urpose and moral aspiration of the oeople of Delaware. The plan spells power," one of the _r.ixv tod Ic : RAIL HILL TO PASS IIL'IS"; SOME LAE HOF WILSON VETO , . l° r not n,or,e lflan * 1 Cont'nnrd from First Pw *s few as 10 Enactment of lhl » législation depend» upon the ar tl„n uf the House today as apparently f tf) b ,„ eom . ply f , w Jusl ae ;,. n le g|»|atlve day» remain for ' .. ,, h « n " al p **^« e , of ^ TT i ,« Is to be effects e by March f Dte dde »« l by pres dentlal proclamation for the ~,&irrSs2 ..r ih. n.rf. t.™ monM Mjpj M fW " sss^*rs-'-iirbm*s*K ä :rÄ opposing the prsenl measure, which I» the ^mblnaHon conferee* elfecUjd frnn , the E«eh and Cummins bills pass(vl hy the Ho-sv and Senate re Jspecllvelv. the attitude the President marked vvm | nt< ^ toward It imorct m Congress. The possibility s xvä? °ä ÄS consideration of the ' „/hours. After that Hme « motion to recommit the h'll to make It conform , u,,. n t,)p,.tions rals-d probably will „„ nfTr - 0(1 Th |s may be debated an hour aftor wh'rh. under House rules the j npnl volP w „, bp , ak e n . The section that I« the main point of enp , Pn t'on Is the proMston wh'ch re pr.il« the pre-war o-d r to the Inter stale Gommern» Comm'wlon to adjust rates so that fhov shall bo *Musl and /««onnbte." srd make« It mandatory on - the commission to (l*e rales so that ' the r«rrl rs will be guaranteed f*H p--r i PPnt , on ,helr aggregate p-nperly value | Th ,' (hP nemccrats are clalm'ng Is cer , , , n „ | nnrp increase In r«|es ■ with a con-spond'ng Increase In the lnjeo«l of living. This plan Is also • I storm center because It was not In eluded -n the bill as It previously pass > ed the Houm. Beprosenlatlves of the railroad work Lrs will oppos- the a-bll-nllon system provided in lbs bill, bill with rompul .„-y aebllra'-on and anll-sMke feature» ei'mlnalcd 'h'« is nol expected lo be a serious obstacle, | I I GORMLEY REPLIES EO MRS. HILLES Continued from First P^ge Is dated February 1« and as staled Sen oon.,0, r.,., "*• s-o... Mr Thomas F. OtVTDley. Wawaset, Wilmington, Del. My Dojt Sir; In view of the fart that thirty-one Stales have ratified Hie Federal Suffrage Amendment, may 1 ask you lo an. wer as directly you will, the follow ln< questlonT 1 If the governor -of Delaware shhuld call a spiTlal session of the Legislature. Would yvou vole In support of rallfloi 1 t'on of suffrage for the women of this Slate and the I'nlted Stalest Y'our prompt ansvvir will greatly «rfillge thousands of women In this Slat«. • Very Inly voue», FLORENCE BAYARD HII.LES. State Chairman. Senator GormlevV reply follow*: Wlllm nrton. f: h ? 81 l> 1#W, Mrs Florence Bayard Hllles, St-le ChaTman. National Woman's Party, fj East 7lh St., City, My Gear Madam: I am in receipt of your letter of the loth Inst. In which you ask the qu«J Hon—"If the govenr-r of Delaware should rail a special session of the Leg Islature, would you vole in support of ratlllcat'on of r !' r . ,b '! «°ro en I of this State and the Un. led Stale». In reply, permit me to say that If the e-overnor i4ionld call a «p^lal 9P98ion lhe legislature for that purpose I shall vote .against the ratidcatlon of the proposed amendment Begging leave lo remain, Very respectfully. . ' ba|rnv nlPnn ' «n h t«« en SI. Oco-ges and Chesa „ ;lkp civ TV» will P"m'l the re a , nf ,„ Pk S i O ; o-ges In acrampl'shlnt 'hi, Celmml Jervev nur-ros-s ite«I m»"ng the channel of theTrsn» ' ' ll «vi, h xl nd .1 .o'«/-'» '**'■ ,T1 'h 0 ' K Members of the Young Mens Bepnb || Pan ciutf whoplanfoalterd ltte ban to bP gjven In Ih«« Hotel duPnnl, „„ nPX ( Saturday evcn'ng. In honor of I Will H Hays, chairman of the R. publl 1 eon Notlçma! Committee, must notify the club nol Inter than Wednesday Tins |» necessary because of the gr-at num her of application* that are being re celved daily. The number of acceptances has al ready exceeded the expectations of the (club Between three and four hundred, Jit appears, will attend the dinner. _v TUGS. r. OORMLEY. NH HOLD IIP ronf , n» , ^d Fl^t thp bottom of th- ranal to throe «on level» In the eoc b en «nfili-leotly I «rte »"«I 'h ■ F. Ph'I-d Inh'S b"okon *o p •on •••*#» «V imo*9 h *n r 'n - •chéri .. * ? nna will ♦ h.N' *"d Ra" r-o-e ■ •'ed «I Tv 'r'ps •h • r> h-vvi. e ami Ch h begun »bom April 1. *-<■ Wfl ! RESZFVR FAÜI V rm ~ THE H AYS' DINNER committee upon arran-omenta of the memorial sen Ice and awarding of D ploma» lobe held In honor . .. . J. . . ., ", .h- Plav hoif« Ô ,ne Pls>hou»e, tomorrow aft rt» on. to m * k< * n, ' ,t, ' rl *' «'»"'"*•'* •" ' h<> pro ram. The nPa , nf H n of the de eased w'll remain sealed after the »Ing «ä-s=ä «ä r. IhV mlm'oiîlîêïSî'w n! "M-r of on.o... lo Ut. or mo, Th. stktä - ^ ä;; sss t sas 31s 0 . fI(H , k i ■■ T t,e Msrselllalse." or-hestra. smglng of "kmerlca." by aud'ence. 1 invocation, the Rev. 0. C. Wlll'sms, rhaptaln of , hp African Cegh n <^ vlrPn , ; «à TSSÜ w J-^han alto: Joseph' K MeCutlen. | lin ^ r and Alnllhew P-itlrr n w baritone, , „ NN1) Someth " A^ressMavor Taylôr c | "Xmerlen Come«** frvlnr Cas ter of' lhe wTlm*ngtoT Comomnl'y (i< - ^ Governor John O. Town ^ f™™*- Governor jo n u. ppescntal'nn of a memorial shield, n a_i n , n - »w_ nim .. 0 » R n 0 f . iislawari» drad by David Snel '"""L nelawar « dvad - by DavU1 Snel 5 , B . . bv PO mnoscd of Ml«» | |'||- an Monck «op-ano■ ^loseph R Me ' 1 a " ^ Mat'the/ PcUlcrew. 1 " r i vict-m" pn „ pal , of ' Npw Castle a *d saitors who d-ed FOB HEROES' KIN Governor and Mayor To Be Speakers at Sunday Memorial Service DOWN-STATE MEN ALSO REMEMBERED It has been d termlned hy the , Beading of Scripture, Rabbi David for liberty 'by voice unseen) by the au dience). Rounding of lap». Solo "The "ong the Angels Sing." by Josoph E McT.ullen. B mcd'cllon hy Ihe Rev J F Tucker. "The Star Rnangled Banner." Audience will leave theatre. Presentation of d'plomas by memorial committee memh-T». Clarence M Dillon. Stale Adjutant of the American I cglon, will lake Ihe dl plomaa of honor of Kent and Sussex ■ who gave Ihelc lives In the war, to Dover and Georgetown, lomo-row. Memorial services similar to that being held In Wllmolngton. will take pla-e In Kenl and Sussex county »cals tomor row afternoon. In Ihe bestowal of these French m-m orlam certificate» of honor and esteem France pays homage lo Amcr'ea's dead ni' n In the late war on Washington's birth »arjB 'ä'ävi: French people. Ihe cert'tlcate» contain a beaut fully engraved group figure placed In a cenotaph on vvh'cb I« Ihe signature of Ihe President nf the »Tench Republic. Raymond Pn'ncare. "To the m-mory of - of 'he tto'led B'al-s kme-iea who dvd for i-h^rfv du-'ne Ihe great war. the homs-re of Frmce Above the croup (In-e '« a quotation from Victor Hu-ui "The people -hould come to p-«v at the grave* of lho»e who d>d for iheir eounl-v." The aro'tp figure has been Inlerprel-'d a< follow»: ThP pr , nP i nVs n f tbp erouo gvmbo „ TPa , bp aoll , aP d of )b e Ame»'ra« arm«- whvh helped v-»nee to matotaln alive the name of the torch |of ilbertv and lusllrc. a brra«t *od nn ^ He»To the coming general ons repre sorted by Ihe h «rires of the kneeling hoy pray ng and thanking God for de llv»ranee. A , tb e rlaht, the figure nf a m»n pba i nP d and shackled, «vmholtae» the 0 f PV »| and the vlrfonr nvep the pnpm i 0P , b „ . A* 'h.- foot o'"«e ceeofanh the fis-» of Franc and 'nv-lcs ac ,lrao"d and to-ned toefbe- hr * | b( . m-rv of ^a'lfd" vvhjrh F nnee navs to our «on* who g»ve.. lives for Hb«rty and Ju»Ur. explained from Ihe pulpits. Typical nf Ihe artistic nature of the Thf» Wfttf Ip nnf 'n thr» •rnbhft'-d h»»l rriflv ni unv moment fo prnb'rt «nr! rl»* fmd w^«k nn»1 nrp'oii«^ who upo aymhof*»wl »n »h<» gvo«in to th#* Irff bv mo^h^r holri'nv bnby to h*r Al«n al the rtehf crownto-r spirit of America stands "Glory" who relolccs with 'he o'd war veteran stand'ng to the Ie»1 of the pr'ne'pnl fir'i"», svmhotlxlng 'he *-m'»s who are abva vs ready to fight for the good of humanity. Universal fame Is symhnIDed hv the wto-n-d fi«mre fivlng over Ihe group, trnmnet'ng to the vvn-Id H>e great Irl nmnh In vvP'rh Ihe United Stales p.*". |lc)p«»ed The Am»»'c«m ea-'e po«ed on the staff nf peoee vvntehes reatouslv and stand» C"»dv to svveon to re.e enem'-s pey'n epde a - nr to d'«t>i-h tt»e peace nf the wnrtd so d-arty aeon'r-d. The en'Te «— n«ip t* f~>m-d hv * hor. de- o' o»V l-n'« e. wh-eh are always d!« ce-ned to the v'eto-s. .-^*1 ,. b >r b l. «"'I hem—»' Irl . [ GrGpe-f!uts The cereal that needs no sugar Sweet from the sugar, self-developed from its own grains. Ready-to-eat. Economical. "There's a Reason ? nm ' M ,n 1 : K 1 n, |- r elec ' v ' ' n n" n * °? m of * h ' N « H ' 1 O-mi -no- to ? * ° mv' '' t "vv T* ? Bl . y founded In I9V> as « \\a«h r> lot s B rlhdiv ei„h hu ng 2? m-rti er», frit !n |»g (h e nam of th Cih was ..hang d lo the Ooor.» \Uu4ui^.O ' ... -• ■ * , rtr '-cio lo .11.-0 Ih Oh», ol h, c ir.vg: nr,," js z i i ît«m. i nr Ofllc-rs of the o>rm'*sl'on. who «dit 1 mohablv be P y 1 USB Hill Fourteen of Seventeen Sur vivin^ Members will Attend Banquet MR wn I IS TOTH' 1 . OF EUROPEAN TRIP MeThe-s of 'h fl net 1 Wn hlng'n-* .asl Min'« Cub w I' fin'd the- (If-, Of 'he or k nn' 7! m-unb rs IT sur vive. none hav'-g d ial d-'Cng ihe ns- ' m-nihT« vv M he Tli ree o' t h V . I re-eloel-d for another are: C T. Toppln president; yn r, Jam.-» D St- oud, vice-president : J. NV(nl wm , aP ,.,.,.tv- V ; Rnlmn lloff Dr. Wllllnm E. All of Ihe oUlcers t will aitend ton ght as w'll the follow ing members; GLvenre I ml ■••wood J. frank Ayers, O. W. Spear. A N San born. G-orge E Orantland Nn -rls H n Irtt. S-muei T r,-cn. Will.am Porter and Robert Stewa-L Addesscs will be m-dc lon'nhl hv D I Ha-Tls nod Mr W illis. The Intler will tell of bl» recent Buropenn l In add Hon. all of Ihe m n mb»r» will h rnlbd upon by :he pres.d-uil lo nuke n ftw remarks. man treasurer: nnd Herrls, historian MISSIONARY I'll tl'F. SERVIOL Many Interest ng fealu es will be on Joyed at the m cling of Woman's Missionary Society First Presbylerian Church on Monday evcn'ng Suppe- will be erved al fi.T) o'clock. The business meeting will Hie gf ï SHAVi X v/rru 'w ; ' np f ? I I r : UU kwo'-ûü D 5 i k The Hcall^ Up-Io-Cs'.c Cal,euro l'/:.y j - * fP L 'l 7 V 'J Oje S <ap f r A S Uc:s ( ?-, la; ti.i • j u • i » j No mu", noslioijr seep, no fr»rm« no free alkali, no waste, no irn;a 1 lion even vv'ien shaved twice daily | Doubles safety razor cflictcncy. nol I« , speak of iu value in promt-ting skin •i irily, skin comfort and skin hea (I du; to its delicaie fr»i:rant Cuticuu medication, spots ot dand-iif or initaii'-n, it any. with Cuticura Ointment Then bathe and tkaupsi with same rake Of soap 0«»e soap for all uses. Kirsc wi l tep.d or co'J water, drv genily am ALlcr shaving town dost on a few grams ot Cudcura Ta, cum and note how suit and velvety your skin. Absolutely nothing li' e Ihe Cuti Tri* for evcry-d.iv toilet use cur* Sowp to cleanse and purify. Oinlni* to soothe and heal. Tslcum to povv der and perfume. 25« eac|j. Sampl each free by mail. Add css; "Cuticur. Libori-orin, Drjit Y, Malden. M.IS." C <y V?r ( '«-T •V-J.\ .Tfc-wVt »Je» te/iä / m ' ■ >'< •CAV % T*\ s .i \' > ' ? ac The Drink -a3PP_ . \ »Vi that Rests You! \ nlruhing when There'S nothing C'lte so Hitd a.« a good cup ot ua. It is sooli.ing. c y« u tv It «cts vou up. Hon It rc«U you. . relui 1.« .; « to hu- good tes: «I« an - pure - fruc Attorn'd- You'll find a/your fondest ycarni ;s u\ ihe rea.m of tea /hsM fully blended in Hanqurt lea. Imported di rect from the Oiicnt Get it- your Banquet Plcnd ll dices» ——-—* iS favorite Lii d— from your dealer. I'.ar.quf! India and LtylM it>rwn Luoeü S Tasty Tea ■. Bara'iet Orange Pcko* (grange LabtO for Sold In convenient, air-tight caul.term halves and guarteis. „ n Every Taste McCormick & co. /.np^««* Baltimore, Md. I I A i A PMN F^IT.-ROTM SCHOOL AT ROSE HILL r'.n \ mod • n foim-mom school Is plan ned foc no«,. || || by Ihe Cours'y Board • f fill' .1 on The pcesent «••hoot hMrM h ■ m> -o onve '''d lh< h 'lird Is pays ■ « fo |c n po'lnl on of 1? children ■ no leenmmod.illoÄ F«"o\\'ng f. spec 's I meeting of Hie |, vd vc ' y nf'c "000 Ihe boned v '«V'i'd llo«e HI'l. ln«oentod Ihe p-es,>nt build n» and looked over site* for a n' « -I rcfore b , „ „ „ „vinck Devoto-al services «111 be In charge of Mr- I P Pr'ce nn . lbl . .nirt- pledged WM for "> sslon»' y «ork They have gone -over It was a'so dee'd d »' Ihe meeting r> 'v lea' h r« full I'me vvh 'n absent ,o-e or -line«« r,,r a I'ni-'-'d nc-i.gl ■vvf. o- th ee d»vs eeovlded they how i dnclnp's eorlincale. b o' J the lop" and expeel In [resent fl.fTO al •he meeting on Motiddy B'ghl. Bes'dcs this Ihe-e wl'l be p-esenled a "Jubi lee Gift" of SV> In gold. All members are asked lo lake part In this pra.se service. J\S T. IU I.I.IV A MIN. M win m 1 ARGUING ! does nol alter corn! Hons, and Hie buyer who wants valu» mus I pay for It. But you may p olll If you g t one of Ih« Overcoats and Suiis we offer at our i educed prices. Fuy Today Pack Aw-y Tomorrow Wear N-xt Winter And Save Maney There Is not one fuerrnat or S" | In -ft's reducl'nn that vv« ran replace al Ihe original pr i .I you may choose from our Heavy-Weight Suit and Overcoat slock and pay Just Î5 pc ■ cent less than the market pr re Open lon'ght until 9 III'I,» *' •*« natif "TORE 6Hi und Market v. '• 53 m ffk pi ¥• i r*rr •£ A , y h y r * V r; Jmti S Stop !l At New York's Club Like Hofei lb« oon* fie every requirement lence end comlwil of gaeele Lee been ptuvuieJ. Time* Square The Center of Everftklng. I Visitors to New York on business, or ; stlrsclrd by tS.e lure of smusemenls end eKofpifig, will find The Herrmleje moei conveniently located. I n.„.EW'i r.CO I« Î3.50 Kalei *(D»stk)$4 tO to (6.00 JFrnnh <C. Ijurlrjj. Pruprtator V.