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,S* By Charton A. Margy and Roh had a limouT*ine, That they drove when the day «row dip». Rnh. he «'lung to the wheel of the machine. And Margy, mostly to him. It was only a mangy little car. Needing varnish, putty and palpi, But It seemed to he hitched to a shining star. When Margy rod» in It. the saint! What mattered It. -if the engine missed fire, , Along the road of dreams. * *r a little thing like a busted tire, When life and love are themes. » . Arrosa the line they drove one n ghl. W here Margy said: *'I will." While Roh fixed up the preacher right. With twenty-dollar bill. "God'll hlesH you both." th • parson said. As he eased them through the gate. "Likv hell/ cried Boh. "my bus has fled. fit's pinched is sure aj« fate." . • Rut youth i« young when love i> strong. And a car is only a ear. And days are* bright and nights long. When you ride behind a star. are . Margy an«! Boh HAD a limousine, which they (78RD t spoon, they ri«le on a golden beam ' of h radiant honeymoon. And n "A conference at Washington." That expression Is often h*ard these da.vs in Wilmington. Federal fix troubles at present are disturbing many business men due in aonic in s ances ti an innocent unin fentlal mjsstat'*n»ei of facts on a tax a nd return, or in other*, because •f unusual and intricate bookkeeping proposition involved. Such a con ference should hold no terror.* to the man who unconsciously i* in error. A meeting between himself or a representative and himself and a representative and officials of the internal revenue unit of the Treas ury Department is merely the set ting down for friendly an«l informal u*sion by the principals conc^rn c«l in the settlement or adjustment of a business dispute. The repre. sen ta live* of the' unit are cruid«d by the departmental interpretation of d: the Federal tax art that in oth similar raises may he the result of court derision. a departmental Iflcitor's opinion or the rulings of th«» committee on appeals and re view*. or possibly, their own inter pretation which may he influenced by some «lcd* on nor know n to the fixa hie. In any event journey t ih. taxpayer may Washington with th' dea that h. is po;nc to jrsf a squar. deal within the eanins of the law. TODAY I AM REAL WELL So Writes Woman After Taking Lydia E. Pinkham'« Vegetable Compound Jamestown, N.Y.—"I was nervous, easily excited and diacouragedand had --- 1 no ambition. Part of the time 1 was not able to sit up as I suffered with pains in my back and with weak ness. 1 took Lydia E.Pinkham sVeg etable Compound, both the liquidant tablet forms, and used Lydia EL Pinkham's Sana _Itive Wash for in flammation. Today 1 am real well and run a rooming house and do the work. I recommend your medicine to every woman who complains, and you may use my letter to help any one else. I am passing through the Change of Life now and I keep the Vegetable Compound in the house, ready to take when 1 feel the need of it."—Mrs. Alice D. Davis. 203 W. Second St., Jamestown, N. Y. Often someslight derangementmay cause a general upset condition of the whole system.indicated by such symp toms as nervousness, backache, lack of ambition and general weakness. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound will be found a splendid medi cine forsuchtroubles. In manycasesit has removed the cause of the trouble. * r / AS TO SAFETY If you have $ Ioo to Invest It yourself, you II probably would invest in one II security. If you pool with that n d t ry your money U f SO.000 people to m J he deposited In the Wilniinçv 11 ton Sa vines Fund Society. I become part owner of III many different chosen by men made study, contingent S2.OOrt.onn. investments H who have H s«fe investments a III ind safe-guarded l>v fund of more than H •aid On Ml Iti'imsii Approved I'. Interest Money I*» Loan on First Mortgages WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY S. E. Cor. 9 th & Market 5 ts. The processes of obtaining a con ferem-e one. \|i tlUe t simp! • and open t r any «uw of pressure of ImihI o the imperative neceanlty ut cleaning up 1917 taxes before the statute of limitations becomes oper ativ nes which ill he on .March 15. a writ pertains particular?)' tax year is Hahl** to he temporarily Mid •• I racked if it f any other n request, to the A telegram or night let 1 er. however, will generally produce results and a conference can he ar ranged vit kill three «lays A nr sago dispatched today for point ment three days hence will be answered tomorrow* by wir-» and an hour an ap ' requeated will be granted and •onflrmed. upon the nrriv.il of the taxpayer • f th«* place of meeting, usually one of th • Treasury Department an nexes he is referred to the recre tary of conferences and is immedi ately escorted to either confei of the room a pn •ne»» tables in a luge devoted to that purpose or to vale conference I n a fe oom. ml nut s h. offbdals of the depart the cam. in charge ar all department and rorr»*. bavin With him a nun» r ves. ;il records of <;iom|pnce Mutt low and discuss derly and busing eturns il introductions fo| proceeds in'or «-like manner. The conference terminates by a hand shake all around. Next* A mile of pennies, or ni» kies or In other • tlimesl ections mon slugms. ng campaigns hiv» used Rilge touching ike 94.490 pennies t i lineal mile or 92.241 dim either IR44 80 ■ h< edge it would make i. There's >9.49» so. V your money and take In central Pennsylvania th penny campaign •i.h uniforms, •as the lm If a con your choh a •mrh a to equip a band Across the court house Dation of a mile track tribiition of a dollar institut ■I •as made, the uld go forward six fe**t. arrow The band made a hit In Its new outfit. At one anti Market streets cold morn: ne or >h"re has keen a sudden chance in the temperature a .placard hcarinc the numerals be seen. f the corners of Sixth m particularly ornlncs «hen th one. tw ran This is the signal to the trolley car rr-ws dlrectinc the use either one. two to three-point We Specialize We Accept Purchas ing Orders B Daniel S. Laub. Prop OSTON CLOAK, STORE 511 MARKET STREET, i-, in Stylish Stout Apparel CLOSING OUT Regardless of Cost, All Remaining Winter I DRESSES and COATS » OFFERING PHENOMENAL VALUES FOR THRIFTY SHOPPERS WHO APPRECIATE STYLE COMBINED WITH QUALITY SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES $25 CLOSING THEM OUT AT BEFORE BEING REDUCED WERE $35 AND $39.50 VALUES, ( ALL SIZES ). MANY ONE OF A KIND MODELS. CLOTH DRESSES HIGHER GRADE CLOTH DRESSES CLOSING OUT AT Broken Sizes CLOSING OUT AT 36? ! 5 $8.95 and $10 Values $ All Sizes Values $1 7.50 to $22.50 9 75 and*]2' 95 Assorted Styles ! LOVELY WINTER COATS $10 CLOSING OUT AT VALUES UP TO S22.50 WARM AND SERVICEABLE MATERIALS Sport and Fur Trimmed High Grade Winter COATS Reg. and Extra Sizes TO CLOSE OUT AT COATS Ans«« TO CLOSE OUT AT Values $29.50 to $49.50 S 14 75 and S 25 Values $65 and $69.50 $ 35 and S 39 .50 ? HANDSOME FUR CO A TS ✓ CLOSING THEM OUT AT NEXT TO GIVE-AWAY PRICES Values $49.50 up to $195.00 / ✓ / / Z »29" »75 »115 »135 / z z z z z z z Z z Closing Out Women's $1.25 and $1.50 Ribbed Vests, Drawers and Union Suits . Closing Out Women's $1.25 > 7 q Flannelette Gowns. Reg. size .... I*/C z z 69c ✓ / z z z Women's $2.00 Ribbed Union Suits. Closing out at . $1.19 Extra Size $2.50 Flannelette Gowns . . $1.29 ✓ \ CHARM fimMaCkiM Copyist. l9l5 by NEA «Service n.-. 5 V , v HOW TO PKHVKNT Thin people are inclined to have hack as far | wrinkles and flabby skin. rrecl this, proper breathing To J will help greatly. Throw the shoulde ■ nd raise your arms t I your head, inhaling a* you do s* exhale as you lower the arms. IV» this morning and night, a I least ten limes. After your breathing exercise.« j ply a good tiss patting gently into the turn your head from side to side ;• > j 1 j ;p the fa««' skin t i real nd you do Starting at gently up toward tin the shoulders. ears, mump tating the muscles around. dir«*tl> under the ears. This ugh ens the fine network of muscles umler th«* « hin. At night, before retiring the skin with a good cream, remrn« it and then pat in the ti**uc cream. Make a bandage or support for the neck and chin. Apply a layer of cream and leave it on all night, so the pores may absorb every particle of nourish ment they can take. In the morning use a cleansing remove and then apply an cleans« •rea a st ringent. After Urn n du«t • u a P< contact f«*r heating the ea frirai energy consumed in rar hea Ing r motive power and i of fuel scarcity, the pany is tempt to «onservp it. •. Flee ilnn half as much a*» thei time» iradion com «ysteinatic at mak ng a Combat it with Dr.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY — /Ac Jamity cough syrup j_ WKIMiLKs j der — one that is not too heavy. The foods that you eat. if you are thin, should he rich. Plenty of milk, eg«s. vegetables, fresh fruit and cooked fruit are very good. I ** li: * 1t Also drink plenty of water—six *s of water a day, be een meals. If y. some of the t •e very thin, siibailtufej va ter. good rich, for milk. Hath«« ihr body daily. Imt W your, not wa>*h it wiki Hier t»ui use cleansing cream. fa» e i* very thin t Tomorrow—How to massage tin! far«*. ! I ■r I 'i !h Y « <fi for a clear v complexion?! Try the Resin«»! products a week and watch your ikin improve I Resinol Snap thoroughly cleanse* the liny pore* and rids them of impurities. Resinol i Oiotment »onthes and heals the in flamed. irritated spots. The most ag gravated cases of jkin affection have readily responded to this treatment. Can b« obtained from oil drug fut». Re sin ol Lippincott 6? Co., Inc. 306 to 314 Market Street DELAWARE Wearing Apparel, Shoes, Blankets and Cut Glass on Special Sale Tomorrow Glove Dept. Specials The Famoui Our Store Opens at 9. Closes at 5.30. On Saturdays at 6 o'clock Pink Stamps Given On All Purchases WILMINGTON Interesting Shoe News JUNIOR /A DEPT. . / To sell quickly we offer Kayscr Short Silk Gloves, beautiful quality. Regular $1.50, $2 00 . $2 75. This sale 75c, $1.00. Special sale of Fownes* and Kayscr Short Chamois etle and Filosette Gloves. Regular 75c, this sale 59c. Fownes' and Kayser Leatherette Gloves; regular $1.50, $2.00 quality. This sale $1.15. pi ' WITH V *Ar«HT«o "GOVERNOR . ^ 'v fastener* Wc offer smart, season able High Shoes and Ox fords in a great sale, includ ing styles not to he Gymnasium Bloomers L" BLOOMER .. : r «-or dered. or line» in which the range of size» i» incomplete, at a fraction of form V *' Ap> '•V W / with the famou» pat ented adjustable Gov ernor fastener at waist and knee. Exceptional values. cr price*. Welted Calf Oxfords, tan grain and tan calf Oxfords with welted soles and Cuban r i v. or sport heels, with rubber lop lifts. $6.45. Strap Pumps of brown black calf, gray or beige suede; combinations of black and gray, $4.95. glazed Comfort Oxfords. $ 3 . 95 . High T op Shoes in black or Ian calf. $3.95. Black and Tan High Top Shoes with Louis heels. $ 1 . Heavy quality Black Sateen at $2.00. Heavy quality Black Poplin, at $2.50. Heavy quality Black Surf Satin at. $3.00. Big Values in Draperies,R ugs and Blankets or Black kidakin Blue Black Serge. $4.00, $5.00 and $6.50. and Rag Carpet; just one roll; $1.25 value, for 45c yard. Graa* Ruga: t Odd* in value* to $2.30, for $ 1.00 each. Paul Jone* Middies. $1.75 to $4.00. Paul Jonc» 2-in-1 Middies. special at $2.25 and $3.00. Good Wool Nap Blanket, in gray or all white; regular size at $2.85 pair. Block Plaid Blanket, in pink, brown and gold blocks, at $4.50 pair. Extra heavy Blanket; white with pink or blue bor der; part wool, at $5.00 Basement Specials for Wednesday All-wool White Sweaters, at $6.75. Jewelry and Leather Goods on Special Sale pair. Other All-wool Blankets in white or block plaids, $9.50 to $15.00 pair. Lamb's wool filled Com fortables. with figured cen and plain borders, $6.50 quality. Special $1.50 each, to $9.50. Hand - painted Window Shades: all colors: Harts horn spring rollers, at $1.25 each. Best Willow Clothes Bas kets. $1.75, $2.00, $2.50. Clothes Props. 25c. Wash Boilers, Rochester copper bottom. $3.00, $3.25 and $3.50. Garbage Cans. 50c to $4. Ash Cans $2.50 to $5.50. Ash Tubs. $1.25. Queen Washing Machines, $25.00. National Washing Ma chines, $ 20 . 00 . Window Boxes, $2.50. Our Puritan Brooms $1.25 12 Rolls Toilet Paper $ 1 . Special Pantry Sets $2.50. While Bread Boxes $1.00. Pearl Bead Neck Chains. 27 inches long; regular $2 tre Fine Italian Jet Beads, round, oval-shaped beads; $3 to $7.50 quality. Special $3.50 to $5.00 per string. Long Pearl Bead Chains. 48 inches long. $3.00 to $5.00 each. Ladies' Leather Long Strap Pocketbooks, black and P colored. Special $1.50 to $2.00 each. One lot of Patent Leather Pocketbooks. top strap. Special $2.00 each. Ladies' Small Pocketbooks. black and colored leather, at 35c, 50c, $1.00 each. Wardrobe Trunks; three sizes; brass corners and draw bolts. $25, $37.50 and $45.00. Steamer and Trunks; hard fibre; brass ! trimmed. $10.50 to $17.50. One lot of heavy Cre- I tonnes, in several colorings and patterns: 75c to $ 1.00 value, for 50c yard. FINAL CLEARANCE h Of Odd Garments in Ready-to-Wear Section 4 NX ; IN' .4 1J / l £ MS S ■ ; • .7 * > m 1 i s. 40 Vi. Two black all-wool Velour Coals, one 42/i. Value $49.50. To close $15.00. One navy Velour Cloth Coat, size 18 years. $29.50. To close $13.50. Five Coat Suit Two. size one tX/G i.* mu. m [Ÿ Value Three brown broadcloth, two navy v 18 years: three, size 38 bust. All m i \ tricotinc. with beaver collars. Value to $99.50. To close at $25.00. One Sport Coat of English Tweed with collar of black caracul. Size 38. Value $39 50. To close at $25. One navy Satin Dress, beaded. Size I 8 years. Value $47.50. To close at $ 10 . 00 . One Gingham Porch Dress, size 38 bust. To close at $1.49. Thirty Uniforms, blue chambray, blue and while striped gingham and white linene. \ alue $3.95. To close at $1.50. One Black Dress of crepe meteor trimmed in grey fur. Size 38. One Brown Velour Coat with seal fur collar. Size 38. Value $75.00. Sale price $15.00. One Blue Marvella Coat with deep collar of blpck seal. Size 38. Value $95.00. To close at $18.95. One Navy Tricotine Coat, size 38. lined through Value $35.00. To close at $ 10 . 00 . Won êd ■u K» *, _ • ST T t/ CTL PiL Value $5. ■ ► i ' î :■ V jy la i 3 - ■ To close at $22.50. Value $42.50. Is U (f i « \ 5 $ w M out. * * The Evening Journal Delaware's Greatest Small Ad. 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