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I HOT I mi KID ÜJ0 1 X . Captured Seven Trucks. Re Seven elusive truckloads of 100 proof; Maryland whiskey, which atuck In Del aware mud. near Christiana, released ... « . v a » and later permitted to leave Ph '"JJ phla after being safely oorncred In the City Hall courtyard, were «till belug pursued by Leo A. Crossen, prohlbltlou enforcement officer, and a posse last . . iiv,ii./*-inhi. . „„Kkwm mght. At the Philadelphia prohibition ..uforcement headquarters is was said no word had been received from Mr. ..rossen since he took up Urn trail of the alleged Illicit liquor at noon. The shipment was consigned to Henry Bradley, No. 645 Weet Forty-ninth street, New York. After It had been detained In Philadelphia all night Mr. Grossen decided Its transportation was -.vithin the law and allowed It to pro '■eed on Its way to New York from Baltimore. An hour later he learned that no one named Bradley was known at the address to which it was con. 'Ugned. He and his men took up the chase Immediately In automobiles. As the 'whiskey train" was leaving Hie Hilladelphia courtyard a case drop ped from the rear truck to the pave ment. «Hass and liquor flew In all dl rectlons, to the delight of the drivers, who. to the amusement of a large; crowd, lioked up the whlsey from wherever it gathered In pools. rr. ore* express* companion JjrrJty metropolis Ma Rive.aai.. leased Them by Mistake, and Search Follows CARAVAN STUCK IN DELAWARE MUD MOTORMAN AVERTS WRECK. CHESTER Pa . March 18.—Motorman .Tohn MeAleer, of ' Philadelphia, by his eoolheadednesa, prevented a serious wreck of a carload of Chester workers w,, «Md.a »««,« iS. "hr p..-..pr. MM revived with difficulty. • d and were but none of the 90 passengers was ser iously Injured. Miss Eleanor Stackhouse, of No. 522-» Mäzen avenue, Philadelphia', employed it the Aborfoyle plant In this city. rescued by several she could be trampled fainted and was ui<*n before underfoot In the mad rush from the ear. Miss Helen McCloskey, of No. 214 North Front street. Darby, and Miss Bessie Sell, of No. 1322 North Paxson street, Philadelphia, employed at the Viscose plant, at Marcus Hook, also were carried from the car. TO BUILD MANY LOCOMOTIVES CHESTER. Pa., March 18—The Baht win Locomotive Works lias just re ceived two orders for locomotives, one from a foreign source and the other a domestic contract, the largest since the armistice was signed. The latter order is from 1he Chicago. Milwaukee .V 8 t. Paul Railroad, ond provides for luO engines. The other comes from the Cuban Railroad. % AN ■ iL* ms \ > 1 : t) JL 07 » 1 'S Slenderizing the Full Figure If you arc of ncavy or medium build you will find that till 0 * tT* 2355! will give you comfort and a trim graceful figure. Of especial appeal tothe large woman is the strong belt web bing over the abdomen and the reinforced back and hip lines. Rengo Corsets old gracefully." Youth, beau ty and charm are coming half way to meet you. The Rengo is scientifically made for full figured women. Rengo Corsets are economic - ally priced from $3 to $10 mm Lippincott & Co. SUN CO. 10 HAVE CO nnn nnn ni AMT LIUUUKOl.UUU.UUUiLAIyi I ~ ' ! - Extensions Include 24 Oil Uofininn Qfillc anrl Refining Stills and New Tanks 1 at uturi ic unni' AT MARCUS HOOK - ' , , The Sun Co. announces plans for i spending about 82.0UU.O0U toward very i materially enlarging Its oil refinery at i Marcus Hook Pa ! Twenty-fow new oll reünlng stills, together with condensers and other I necessary equipment, wJilch when In- j : stalled will give the Sun Co. a total of ^ty-seven stills will be built. i There will be creeled also fifty addl | tlontJ 0 „ tank9> rang , njf caf>3<:lly 1 from 55,000 barrels each down to small ; receiving tanks. The additions will | mcre.se the still capacl. y to approxl- ! j mately 25.000 barrels of oil yer day. I ( The new stills will be Installed piTal ■ j e i j 0 the Pennsylvania arol Phlladel , p hj a and Heading Hallroads' freight j >j n es. | The company has added two new oll j jo Its fleet of eight ships, | which carry crude oil from the Texas 0 |j to Marcus Hook <md deliver its products to all parts of the world. These new boats are 430 fet long, nine feet wide thirty-three feet three inches in depth, and have a deadweight tonnage of 10,600 tons each. The com ^ hM gpecitled In the manufao- J lure of lubricating oils. I - CAN'T REDLCE TAXES NOW. WASHINGTON, March 18 (I'nited press ,-Federal Income taxes cannot j he reduced until after 19*8. Secretary for^JjZTlouse"" ways' aZ^Zans era , taXPS ehould be rnade and „venues 1 adjusted to make up for the loss the government will sustain as a result of IMPROVEMENTS' the Supreme Court decision that dlM ^nds paid Id stock are non-taxable P"«" 1also . ,,annot be stsä " 1 u,e , T ,ï' pf^T.on "'o'?' S°,"T.,SV3 a f X, ta«s The Want Ads. should be helpful in ; securing a position as a sales person, an aaent anu » bookkeeper. Don't Treat Kidneys Rough, Warns Dr. Carey, Specialist Constant Flushing May ln|ui*e the Deli cate Organism ami Seldom Re moves the Poisonous Deposits. Now that Dr. Carey, kidney and blad der specialist, has retired from active practice he generously warns people that even the smallest symptoms of kidney trouble should have serious at tention. Backache, for instance, pufflness. under or specks floating before tha eyes, heavy feet and dry skin, are also danger signals. "Thousands die yearly because they neglect their kidneys," says Dr. Carey. "and i feel upon retiring that I should tell all who even suspect kidney or bladder trouble about my prescription i Marshroot. which, during my active ' practice, has cured thousands of all ; kinds of kidney ailments.'' This prescription has been given to ( j pharmacists ' generally I America and is dispensed by N. B. Dan I forth under the name of Dr. Carey's j Marshroot. a name that every sufferer from kidney trouble should remember. throughouti NATIVE HERB TABLETS BLISS Make* the old fool young. Keep yonr Stomach. Bowels. Kidneya In proper work ing condition, and you will he physically ' ttt nt any age. Take one BLISS NATIVE HERB TABLET at night and feel vouog in the morning. BLISS NATIVE HERB TABLET« not only relieve CONSTIPA TION but stir up the LIVER and KID NEYS. Each box contain» a GUARANTEE; coupon, and la aealed with a bine sen), bearing signature of ALONZO O. BLISS For sale by all leading druggists In boxes | containing -'00 doses for *100 and a smaller! size for 50c Made by A. O. BLISS CO.. WASH.. D. C. 14. ' Bell Telephone 1069-J. TRUNKS, SUIT CASES AND HAND BAGS Leivi's Money Loan Office Unredeemed Pledges of Every Description for Sale MEN S AND LADIES' CLOTHING AND SHOES N. E. Cor. 2d and French Sts. Wilmington, Del. Retreat For Men , Auspices Knights of Columbus CATHEDRAL, SIXTH AND WEST STREETS Week March 21 to 2î5 —7.30 P. M— Services in Charge of REV. JOHN J. WALSH, S. J. ALL MEN INVITED Many social aotlvltl** havn bwn plan ''"<lbrUieY W. C A. for the rein .index which will open on Friday evening and "oiUnuo Saturday aflereoon and eve "w,« ( ;i„b. , a..Vraéi. member is.won. Ing hard In make It a sinv -s. rhe pro ,hrr " 'InleRalea tn th " »'"lualrlal Members oflLcub will wear Jana Members of the elub will wear Ja^pa IjiBsc costumes which wlM add to the at "T , l ,î sa, a .Id.* 1 J<. «'»•*; is ! am fee wHI be rha.ged There ' on sale »W Japan«« '■*'« '**• Lm mit« in ro Saturday , venliig will be known as an '„..a«!,.« ,« im,,, vs.ni k- damna Imusîc a nd danîhig all of which wllTbo IIf U Ja pom ■ se * '! u- Ig m* Deco.-nHvo''car.ls liave been sent nut by the club lolling ,,f this sale, end an 'Invitation Is ex tended to all friend, of the 7 ;!« lake part in this novel affair and help the club pul U.e affair over the lop. The sale will bo held on the aceund floor of the Y. W. C, A. building, No HOI Market street. The board of directors and the mem hershlp committee will give a tea at 3no o'clock Friday afternoon at No. HO» Market street. The affair Is being given jin honor of the new general secretary, Miss Ethel H Arey, of Brooklyn, N. Y., vho ls 10 succeed Miss Orace L. Osborn, Mis * »'shorn who Is to leave m the near fllt ure will take up her new duties as travelling city secretary on the East llfty-T'cM Committee, with hnd 'l'iarl-Ts In Philadelphia. Miss Arey has ,,rri ' 0< t ln t hl * city. Miss E»' h f r Hawes, exerolive secretary of "*** Z e d M < ' 0,M,n U *!L w ! M> ak on The issue to Come Bef<r e the v^lrÜk^ „''rnTZhsirm^n «f ^ Z.Vm 1 , ,.. h f th D p B] T , ' . , c , b 1 s "''' e or ,,n M,m! la y evening. ' j m ,T P Z r U V'V ° r *'*' f'"' T ^^ re ® t 2 ' st am f " n °, f rno,,, ' y 1 "' ,s , se " ur r hen a h ( > x «« rrl « puppy was brought through the room display Y. W. C. A. NEWS BrWtTie the Fragrant Odors of A Northern Pines TS* for Catarrh . _ Catarrh is a great menace to good health. The ÎS.tÜL'SLÎTÂ gÄrtÄSsm excess mucous me» fc> oanch brMthmg and efutt fool brrxK Or ■an than nmncdmaly. Afoyr'i Matt NttJU ä m nro 25 c K 50 c Ark f it doa> sac girr Mtufactaa FREE TRIAL Brit, .«warfal« . or mw J. M. ECKERD «Bd Dr«crl*U fcterywhftr*. ® Join® A Purely American Organization THE Patriotic Order Sons of America Camp No. 21 MEET EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT Pay Benefits Promptly At Death, $250; Sick or Ac cident, $5.00 Week, —Requirements—• Good health, and stand for the uplift of American rights. See any brother of Camp No. 21, or write P. O. S. OF A. HALL Camp No. 21 406 W. SEVENTH ST. many niggles ware heard. From the lines secured a large blue and gold ban *,*,*-*****. . d N|liny fr!eml , of ^ Wl-Io-aa Club an K. ciubToonls. °äi*ä Ma^HiehTd" memberB llf , hn surU , eominlttee. Music I""" rumMtd by the mandolin club and ||y \vintfi-p<| Ua. h and Miss Susan Brasslnglon. It Is Interesting to know mis ■..... MT Is fur wlHRuness. "lu" N for H ? r " lcu «»l 1 £ *» fi ' r elub* of the "V ara planning l® hold affairs similar to this tea on other Sun day afternoons. The guest of honor Ba^hlm^h^h«"h^nTn olm £ Y!D° Dfir»nam *no nan Offen In oliarge or Ihr ,l CuU f ^.V MrH ' llara wVa'w,,^ #l ** etm *' " a u ,v N r tr * m „ IN ......... "Tand M« c„,.ih 11 ,...m ... Û 1 ., 1 V , , irrl . „ . l l *' tu 1 ' ,0 ,* nt .*7_, ,. ' y L m " r " h.v« deeded to n.Z tho new 'Lrr vl ,t P ,„t •• W th ■«•rival I utnc * ing a large bow of green ribbon In honor of St. Patrick's day. Exclamations of great admiration wore made and supper a 81. Patrick's party was en son, Iho president, presided over the ! | I j | j ■ 1 ' j 1 J u. 7 or y am 7 Red Blœd. Endurance 'ibllXK of the strong, healthy men and women you know—people I who are prominent and who arc doing things worth while and you will And that they usually possess remarkable force, vim and energy—the kind that simply brim over when the blood Is filled with Iron. Iron Is red-biaod food—It helps put strength and energy Into the veins of men and roses into the cheeks of women. Nuxated Iron by enriching the blood and creating new blood cells strengthens the nerves, rebuilds the weakened tissues and helps to Instill renewed energy and endurance Into the whole system. If people would only keep their blood tilled with strength-giving Iron t» ytakiug Nuxated Iron when they feel weak, run-down and nervous, they might readily build up their red-blood corpuscles and quickly become stronger and healthier in every way. L'nllke the older Inorganic products it Is easily assimilated, does not Injure the teeth, make them black nor upset the stomach. Nuxated Iron often increases the strength and endurance of weak, delicate people in two weeks' time. It Is dispensed by all good druggists. pa « 7 T -x T f < 4 "A V* ■ : - X\ y'c rm |4 •' ▲ 9 » ■ m y- LUr T 'I': > \.Vi£ . '\r tr *wwr ' 5 * ■ ' I jt T ; JDi 1) î© 3 1 : A i kif - . 1 1 V % • : té V j ys&ki 1 v;-v ( O 1 ■ I--'^ ...Val The outfit consists of an IDEAL-Areola Radiator-Boiler and 4, 5, or 6 AMERICAN Radiators and Special Expansion Tank — everything except labor, pipe nndfittmgs, which any local dealer will supply. See prices below for various sixes of outfits. ITERE is a necessity of life offered to you at pre-war price. The IDEAL-Areola heating outfit will never wear out. It will outlast the building itself. There is no other contrivance which will heat your home with as much economy in 4 the use of fuel. Nothing else is as safe or as easy to run. It is the solution of the small-house-heating-problem. Uniform Warmth—Healthful — Coal Economizing! Why pay the cost of doing without? Every day or week that you contrive to get along with old, faulty, wasteful heating methods you actually paying the cost of doing without. Figure it this way, the IDEAL-Arcola Radiator-Boiler outfit becomes a permanent and valuable addition to your home, crease in value. worth more than the owner paid for it. been in service. Think that over! , \v !3U - •Hi £4 ! -m A ir*; 1 > ■j LQf>* SfeJ : Va are N. ■■V Xl It is property that will never de Every IDEAL heating plant in the world today is No matter how long it has Simple way of hcatin« a 5 room c«IUrfeM cottage IDEAL Areola Radiator Boiler and 4 AMERICAN Radiator«. A*k for raialog free) «bowing open view« of heating layout« of 4-, 5-, o and 7 room cottages «tore«, ahopa. offices, ataumia. achcol«. movie«, garage«, banka, etc. New IDEAL-Areola Radiator-Boiler Write us at once, today, for the intensely interesting booklet giving full information, showing views of cut-away cottages, bungalows, small stores, houses and fiats, which give you vivid and correct idea of the installation of the IDEAL Arcola Radiator-Boiler outfit in any building. The price is a real bargain and to help you further we offer you arrangements wherein you can buy easy payments if you don't want to pay all at once. Ask us for particulars, no obligation whatever. Adv Fittvr will furnish in •««•• to «oit rooms and climatic conditions. No. 141 Six* U)LAL>ArcoU wi'h 100 kj. ft. of Ksdisuow - 241 w .^. * t ÊÙ •* M 341 - M 4 B - " 54 " No. LA Six# IDEAL- Arc oU with 135 «q. fL of Ksd.stioo $150 " 2 a. ** 200 ** m 9131 For 13 '-..It - 260 ' 4 « Ml a 27 % H, For " 3 A M I M kfigM 2 rs " 4 A " " 5 A *• 11 .1 110 M7 Prie«* include Exp«n,ion Tank and Drain Valve. Price« do not include labor, aipa t 3-column AMERICAN Prrrlr«.. PAYMENTS if desired Outfit* ■nci fitting«. Radiation is of regular 38 in heigh iir ti/ea aa needed to auit your room«. BASY_ «hipped complete f. o. b. our nearest warehouse -at Boston. Providence. Worceitw. Springfield (Mnaa.i Albany New York Philadelphia Harriaburg Washington. Richmond, Buffalo. Pittsburgh. Cincinnati. Birmingham, iL>etro*t, Chicago Milwaukee. Indianapolis. Minneapolis. St. Paul. Des Moines, or St. Loma. on Phone or write us at 115 North Broad St Philadelphia, Pa. A merican Radiator C ompany Sold by all dealer* No exclusive agent* Public showroom* *t Chic**o. New York. Bo«on, Si<nn*ficld. Providence. Worcettet. Philadelphie. Newark. Wilke»harrr, Readme. H«ri«ta» r*. Norfolk. p^u|^ ü^j l îth* S| J tïouu.'Kanîai ( - ÄfeaTÄ 2 « i« « 41 i' SOLD BY SPEAKMAN COMPANY 816-822 Tatnall Street, Wilmin£ fr >ü, Delaware and Ooorgo H Bannett md Deputy Grand Master Calvin Whb 1 . and wlttl lh< ' lr ' vlv '- warn the guests. W. B. m has boon a member of the lodge for :d years, was preaented with a veteran J rw, ', 1 J 1 »■ nneil. Joseph H. I nuerwood, also :i ni<Miih«>r of the ,oUs " for M ^ JlWe |* Mr ; '.'."''TV member of the W**u ,, K " 1 C ' Sr j' 110 - chairman; Eu«™« JEWELS FOR TWO VETERAN 01)0 FELLOWS Asylum Lodge, I. O. O. F.. will confer thlrxl degree on a class of candi dates tonight. Last Thursday night the members end lady friends cele brated the aevenllelh birthday of tile lodge. Tho lodgo waa Instituted March 12. 1850, and In honor of the birthday an entertainment and banquet waa given. Paat Grand Masters George N. Bailey Huaaell, John F. Roberson, Jr., Larny 0. W ilson ami I. E. Dickerson comprised the committee. Begin "lackin' 'em ilutjvn" now—ux« the want ads for every possible need, they bring results.—Adv. After Whooping 4 kmirli—What? r prepared by I. • ; .. . • •. ,■ ■ icrtain d wuet whl h i-;'a<k the air t> 1 • .g<- u h as Pneumonia, Influenza, Whooping Cough, Measles or even a long continued Cold—often leave these organs in ;in inflamed, congested state, thus affording a favorable foothold for invading germs. And how Vick's Vapo Hub may be of value in this condition. This is No. 4 of a series of advertisements. a mu - 1 •y Whooping cough is the "mean est" disease that childhood is heir to. While rarely fatal in itself, except to children under two years of age, still it hangs on so long—the coughing paroxysms arc so violent, preventing proper sleep and digestion—that when the disease does disappear it leaves the child weakened and run down, violent coughing racks and strains the air passages and after re covery this irritation frequently remains. During this period of conval escence the child should be most carefully watched until full strength is restored and the air passages regain their normal tone, A prominent authority even goes so far as to say—"There is more criminal neglect in connection with whooping cough than with any other disease." While the disease is active, Vick's VapoRub usually helps to lessen the violence of the cough ing, but it is during conval escence that Vicks is most val uable. Because Vicks acts locally by stimulation thru the skin to In addition the ' "• ÏC tVapoRubfe? Your Bodyguard Against Colds More Than 17 Million Jars I'secl Yearly s<v 60. $ 1.20 draw out the inflammation, at tract the blood away from the congested spots and relieve the couiîh . In addition the medicinal ingredients of Vicks are vapdr i/.ed by the body heat. Theak vapors are breathed in all night\ long, thus linnging the medication \ to bear directly upon the inflamed \ areas. _ Vicks should be rubbed in over the throat and chest until the skin is red—then spread on thickly and covered with hot flannel cloths. Leave the cloth ing loose around the neck and the bod clothes arranged in the form of a funnel so the vapors arising may be freely inhaled. If the cough is annoying swallow a small bit the size of a pea, ( Children's digestions are deli cate—easily disturbed by too much "dosing." Vicks, there fore. is particularly recommended, since it is externally applied and so can be used often and freely without the slightest harmful effects. Samples to new users will be sent free on request to the Vick Chemical Company, 234 Broad Street, Greensboro, N. C.