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SAFETY CLUB Diplomas Are Presented to Men Who Study Accident Prevention DINNER BEFORE PRESENTATION Eightj-iix foremen who have com pleted the prescribed course in safety instruction were awarded diploma* al-a reception and entertainment given by J. Wirt W1U1». vice president of the New Castle Leather Company, Thursday night. More than two hundred foromen of the various In dustrial establishments of the city wore guests at the dinner which was held in the diningroom of the New Castle Leather Company's plant. Diplomas, bearing Uie gold teal of the National Safely Council, were awarded to forty-seven men who had attended ten or more lectures, and the remainder received diplomas bearing a silver seal. Indicating that they have attended more than seven lectures. Thu speakers were Josiah Marvel, I, A. DuBlols, safely engineer of the du Pont Company, and B. C. Trumbull. Mr. Marvel remarked that the safely work patterns the Chinese method of having the physkaian before rtismise Is Inflicted, rallier than have the doctor after disease. Tho floremida safety course, .il which nearly every industrial plant here was represented, wllh many of the ofllcers and managers, consisted of eleven lectures. It began last September, and, through slated Inter vals. covered every Held of prcventl Uvo'measures In which foremen could cooperate with the management and the men In preventing accident». Last night'« assembly concluded with the derision to form a permanent organl-1 zatlon to be known as the Foremen's Club, so that the training of the past may be employed In the future. Those who received diplomas are ; John Golden, Edward Maser, John B. Crier, Clarence E. Williams, R. H. Grier, John W. Barr. Edward 7.. Mills. Joseph W. Robinson. John Burrows, Cordon V. Clark. John F. Casey. Daniel F. McDermott, John K. Myers, John H Schunder. William A. Hiller, lg»m Nergey. Roy Hickcox, dames Wilson. Henry SavIHe. J- N. Jardin, H. C. Trumbull. W. A. Thompson, Harry Smith, James Hagerty. H. C. Kllmon. L. E. Smith, William Scott. J. Toufer. George H. Burris. Otaries A Brooks, Samuel Steele, Philip C. Lind, Millard T. V. Moore, Charles Booth H. Brown, Nicholas Zimmer man. .1. P. Watson, William J. Splan. Reuban Ruth, Aubrey H, Hughes. W. I, Baker. J. L. Gould, Lewis E. Welsh. John g. Reese. John Vaklyes, John M. Sullivan Harvey H. Williams, John O'Connor, E. Ross Farra. Frank Bry tmn Harry Shirk, B Frank Clark, Edward A. West. Chris W. Vlohl W H. Kemery. Charles Prettyman. WHliam. Steptoc. Samuel H.. fclUoJ*. James) Garlo, Frank A. Webb. Wood. John Nürnberg. tYank Marvel. Wllliant J Norris. W . F. Tal |ev J B. Tiylor, Rolan Harris James D Bronwell. J. N. Bürget. Andrew J. Cens». H. ft Knott, Frank Brown, John Armstrong, George K Granlland. W A. Biekling. E. V. Frankhouser, William J Spo«r. Wtdli Vy John j Slurgls, Dimglas Greens. Lee Logan Jamison. Slansbury Christy. Willard) h Dermoss. Charles J. Hultherg, John V Hull and James Bowers. DUPONT ro. RUYS 0!-0 VARNISH CO. F 1 duPont de Nemours A Co., and the Flint Varnish and C..lor Works.) of Flint, Mich., have purchased the niant >nd business of the Chicago, Vnr h Company, <ot Chicago, HI. The . |)ld expansion of the business of the Flint company In automobile and general Industrial varnishes and paint* tnakeft additional plant facili tleg oecesa ary. MORE MONKV FOR FAUMU KST Staff Correspondent. . . DOVER, May «.—After It had been exnlalned by colonel Theodore Town nd a trustee of the institution. Uie .-anale yesterday afternoon passed the House bill appropriating fOO.OOO to the Stale H«*I>" >1 for « 1 « Insane at, r«rnhur»t to; ■ deflolency for tbe years 1819 an 1 IMO. Golonel Town-1 »end explained u» he did In the House that the deflolency was duo to the high cost of everything that the trustee« have to buy for the Institu tion. - COURT DISMISSES BUILDER Upon recommendation of Building Inspector Preston. Deputy Judge Finger, In Municipal Court yesterday dlumlsaed the ease of l.arton J. Teeple, charged with violating the building ordinance, upon payment of engl« Mr. Teeplc is In charge of the building of Uie new ShaVnlegs plant) at Twenty-sixth and Market and was alleged to have negtee'ed to paint the Iron work which is to be covered wllh concrete, ag required by law. The painting will he done. — WIRING KEEPS TRESPASSERS OFT. The annoyance occasioned by boys, md an occasional burglar, crossing, freshly planted gardens in the Ninth wähl, has caused the running of barbed wire on dlvlson fences by amateur farmers, to remind visitors that they are trespassing. streets m vV < y Cuticura Quickly Soothes Itching Scalps Cuticnrm kills dandruff, »tops itch ing, tbe cause of dry. thin and falling liair. Treatment: Gently rob Cuticura Ointster.;, with the end of the hager, un spot« of dan amt! and itching. Follow next morning wiih a not shampoo ot Cuticura Soap. Repeat in two weeks. Nothing belter than these fragrant, «tper-creamy emollients lor ail skin and scalp troubles. X*apl* la** Trm Mfltl. Aédrem . . <a MnM W*;*tf«A**.I>*»» ftftt ft t al— M »—. BeMeewr-y «tie«» Soap Sc OintSBent Sand 60c Talcum Tbe CwticAsro bo*p »!»**•» «itbout muit The Great American Home %6 7//A. \ vteu-.TwAMWs chableW n I Birr iVi ArPAtD vte'tu k i HAVE To PASS IT , l)P ToMICHT AS "THE: I W|*E imV dpessep I I ; j ! I ! ! I ao, MC COAVES, r PACE COM6 ltd-1 LOO* A ICMT? I've Bees/ HoOSE CV0AMW6 AU OAV That's anpuilv kmp OF VOU POi-lrä-JiOMe otmec time, mav Be. ! we thought we'd Stop AMP SEE. Vou Folks vKxji-P Like. To ûo Pop A LITTLE ß IPE W OOP MEW c'AR-p , v . * i|g r / // : 7/ H % / «5 m / f I'. aw ma: •jy I! I \ \h Ji\ ^■*'1 V 9 yi 4 J. », Ü 'a ti \ II a Vj 2$ 41 s Y ' ' /, / V y r Æ vw// j / / jflr / INTOXICATED AUTO DRIVER IS FINED Raymond L. Ingram, of . Marcus Hook, was lined »50 and costa 'for operating an automobile while under the influence of liquor by Deputy Judge Finger in Municipal Court yes terday. Ingram was arrested Thurs-1 day afternoon at Delaware avenue and Washington streets by Trafllc Officer Jordon, who was attracted by the careless driving of the man. Ernest Burnley vvas lined »10 and cost* for speeding Charles Hurd w as fined « like amount for operating an automobile wlthout proper lags The case of Frank Mandu. charged with operating an automobile wilh out a license, was continued until Mil il*, /J- 1 - m •i ... n rA IS. f; ] a T ill iJS k FtWr as k\v K \\ 1 H |l' , i w rrr rli t ; A , i ) | l i | - I * i. 'v h . * . .» mJj Pi. W :l "7r/iJ Ißt u JAiipW* up If I had onlu'put on WEED TIRE CHAINS Regrets avail nothing when the harnais done. ht have been avoided rivers of automobiles had only exercised ordinary, everyday pre caution and had listened to the warnings which for years have been sounded through the magazines and daily newspapers, viz.— Always put on Weed Tire Chains when the roads and pavements are wet and slippery. Many an accident migr and many a life saved if d 1 | 1 j 1 I t. ■ > It's allvery well to say,'Tm sorry—I didn't mean to do it. Regrets don't mend broken limbs bring back the lives that have been taken. The innocent victims have suffered through no fault of their own while the careless motorist escapes with a reprimand, the payment of Doctor's bills and the expense of having his car repaired. Is there no way to make such fellows realize their responsibility and have more regard for the right• of others? Skidding accidents would never occur if every motorist exercised care in driving and put on Weed Tire Chains whenever roads and pavements were wet and 1 slippery or covered with mud and slime. *9 or In tho intenet of ha mnmty—cn the interest of gate and tone mo~ taring Pul on yottr Weed Tire Chains "at the first drop of rain, ** and insist that others da the AMERICAN CHAIN COMPANY. Incorporated V CONNECTICUT BRJDGF.PORT In Dominion Chain Campany, Ltmitad. Niagara ralU. Ontario Largest Chain Manufacturers in the World Ths Cmmel.ts Chaim Ums- All Tress. AU SU Ermm Flnmhgre' Xmfmty Chm in /• Skips Alt Finish* Anchor Chm in E » ccxuai uns rimez: »u« i t< u. *rw Jm\ Utf « OISTIJCT SAUS OFFICES; r>«»h*rt 9m Pruiiwf (ho. ara ai 1 FORD HITS TROLLEY, I LAPNSZYNSKI HURT - A p ord t ruck| owned and operated I j,y Stephen Uopnszynskl. of 1083 Llr ; den stn cl, ran Into a Maryland avenue cor 34'J, at 11.30 o'clock yesterday and j was turned completely over. Lopnsaynskl. who was considerably bruited and suffered an Injury to his . hack, was taken lo the Delaware Hospital by David Koplnskl, In an automobile. The track was considerably damaged as was the side of the trolley car from the force of the collision. The trolley car was operated by Molorman George McDowell, of 421 North Jackson street. support order for MOTHERLESS TOTS When Herman W. Burris was ar-1 raigned in Municipal Court yesterday) mornin * on a ''liarge of non-support I of ,ll j s ,wo children. It was brought | out that since the death of Mrs.) Burris last October, he has paid virtually no atlention to the children. ordered to n»v SI* a week '•<? ''«* ora red to pay »1. a week ( for the children s support. For the support of his child, Paul Edwards was ordered to pay W a week. The court allowed Edweirds ] to be released on his own recognl zance. but ordered that he bo llr»l I examined to a».-, rlain whether he Is still addicted lo the use of "dope." * 19 IN 1920 CLASS WESLEY INSTITUTE DOVER, Dfl., May Ti Phr forty* [ seventh annual comm neenient ex-r L'ni^w°u ,V t } .w * t • ■ u ' will br h*ld dunn* thr wrtk or June <1 Mnrlecn students, eight girl. *od eleven boys in.-lude the cla.- 1 The work * exercises will begin ! June ti at to :« a, m . with the sertjion l.i the graduating ela.s by the Rev. Loren W. Ed« ir l* I». D. pastor of « trace M E. Church, llalllniore, Md In the evening of the same day. the Rev. J. A, Buclisnn, pastor of« Zion Circuit. Maryland, will preach lhe 1 sermon |o the school. The president's reception Will be field Monday even ing. June 7. al 7.Ill o'loek. I C»n Thursday, June 3, the annual | meeting of lh« board of trusters will i he held. On Tuesday afternoon all i :m> o'clock e|»ss da) exercises will be held on Tuesday evening a musl eale will be given In the assembly hall, on Wednesday evening in Itu Dover opera House, (he commence- | Intent exercise» proper will be held. The speaker will he the Mev. J. W It | gumwalL pastor of Grace M. E | Church, Wilmington. Special to The Evening Journal. child \\ ANDERS Kit OH HOME Reuben, the *->ear-oid »on of Mr and Mrs. Thompson, 172U Union slreoi. vwtndered iway from his home lerdsy and was found by iifllrer D» vlnney at Front and Market streets. SICK AND AILING? We Recommend CHASCO-VIN A wonderful Body Builder 1 and Nerve Tonic. Aid* the ap petite, increases the strength and adds to the weight. The only Ckaseo-Vln «gencles In Wit Ih'krril • C'ait Unto ! minjftor. «n* tbf I Medklne Ätorr, 308 Market »tr«vt ; Mlt 400 Market y*VlIR namr protects tho buyer of • usod II cor hfäinit »very potoibllily of dlo* Mtiofactioo. Our Tong «otobliohod rop utotion of Uitnru in oil tranooctiono boo moot fo« rinnst among anto r mobil» buyer*. / ^AEUABLt USED CABS BOO CARS TO CHOOSE FROM. CONVENIENT TERMS ARRANGED. VOLYI KXlttlI : r i rjrl.; »quoi to new. run only «iff* mlloo: porfoot rnulpm»nl. eord tlr»» ond rilrai At ft »nop. IKUM.Ks 1H1!*-1»-17 Koodaltri. Touring Coro and Bnlini; mo* rhttnirolly »arollmt; fu'ly »quip ped; lirgi variety. At Intoroot i Iftf price* im\»> I VI» Sport Touring. 4 poiMi.. vary *n«i>py. equipp« I with bumper ftil gboorbero. a ion 7 paoa. Touring. FRANKLIN 1*1* R<>»iUlrr, ohm»» pu wear, mechanlraily a«r»llant: also Hedan and Touring t:ar, at a aacrlfl«-» Bl KKN I0IB-IÄ 17 Rnadatero. »• dano. Touring Caro ond t'oupoo; largeot variety In th» city, ovary car mechanically »scellent. Low |»t U VKI II. 1*19-1* Roadater and Tour ing Cara; A*1 condlttoui Mites; fully »quipped, aa low aa .Ml* BrDftOH» IIIMI-n Hpeedktrra. Tnurlmf Caro. Hadan* and Coupea. A*J condition, large variety, fully oquippo* . Bargains. rSKILKKS 1*1* Touring, 1-oyL; mlO mil»#: ahowo no w»ar whatever; esiollant equipment Will oat rlflce. BhHKX 1*1* Touring used 4 months, »scellent condition, fully •quipped, also Roadster. In A-l condition. •TI T/. 1*19 Touring, « pass equal lo now, equipped wiih cord tlr»o. wlro wheel*. 2 eatra wheolo and tire* Will *a< rlftce. CAIMI !..%< 1*1* Touring. »T M M pr*c(lr«Uy brand new, »quipped with slip absorbe ro; also ltll*l and Bpaedotors. NASH 191* Touring. 6-poso : A-l mechanical condition, ahowa no wear whatever, splendid family car A bargain FA( KAKI> 1*1» Touring Twin 81a: tip-top shape ; equipped with rord tire*. 3 oatra Urea, bumpor and spot light. OI.DNMOIIII.F. 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Its handsome body, sturdy chassis and smooth-running motor arc features often commented upon as being quite exceptional in a car of such moderate price. You have undoubtedly, at some time or other, ridden in a Paige Six- 55 . But, if not, you will certainly wish to do so before deciding on your next motor car purchase. ViOi On demand for ihe Paige Slz-SJ far exceeding our utmetl produc tion efforts, a prompt decision is advltable. Orders placed now mean Just so much more of the best touring season assured for your enjoyment EAIGE-D E T ROIT MOTOR CAR CO MPA NY, DETROIT, Michiga^ Manufacturer! of Paige Motor Gars and Motor Truck« 4 PA1GE-WILMINGTON MOTOR COMPANY 1017 Orange Street Phone 6810 □ , o I \ [V IV ' . J \ : HEAVY MORTGAGE ■ AGAINST RAILROAD A n» *rtg4jf'' of I6n.noo.ono ha« boon • PBlowd In tho recorder* office at Lancsstcr, Pa., against the Phlladel |Hiu. UilUmor« ami WaablMtun . . p>* j In favor sMbi Ufr nmrclai Trust Company Of I'hXtdel pl'U* . .... !•'« company 1» Indebted to the Pennsylvania ltallro.ul Company for.J loan» and advances made The morl gage will be entered in all tha count las of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Mary Und and also in the District of __ ( W Safe Milk For Infants & InvaliJs VP No Cookiaa A Nutritious Diet for All Ages Quick Lunch st Home or Office v Avoid Imitation* and Subttitntaa i - o TAXI ij PHONE 40 I THE TAXICAB CO. Columbia through which the road) pa HUM I STP.il 01-1 It V I ION NOW. As the prosecuting witness has Just I undergone an operation fop append!- 1 elll.*», lh#» c with a »tatulory offci»io, wni con f „ r , w0 W0Pk< Munfclpsl iMil-iCourt >»*»l»'r<U>. Ball wan tlMd all , , ase of James Berti, charged : »»■ fl W • I ' "I oi In rs loi low . GAS. 31c RYAN'S Washington and 13th Sts. |j World's Champion Light Six Sedan Touring Sport Elgin six The Best of Its Kind 1 to 5 Tons •J^C motor TfiuCKS Internal Goar Drive « Strong's Motor Sales & Service Co., 222 N. CONNELL STREET PHONE FOR DEMONSTRATIONS Phone 1340. Gas. Oil*. Accessories. *2150 Immediate DeffoarU# IJ F. O. B. Jackson > 4 H The New Jackson Six 1 We believe that due to balanced cons true I tioa front and rear, semi-elliptic springs of chrome-vanadium ateel, and the principle low-hung construction, h is the easiest riding I car on the market. Ride in the new Jackson j Six and you'll know this for a fact Arrange lag a demonstration. <A Gut. N. Forsyth: DütrlW«» 3326 N. Broad Street, Phfladdphie 2105 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City Opart T frit erriet Æi Get the Genuine end Avoid Waste Wk in Evry Cal " / Cost I TIRES Less Boulevard Tire Corp. ^ Orange /xxxwwwxwxwx s / B019-VV.