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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1015.
13 MANY PLANTS GO TO PENNSYLVANIA TOWN Chester Attracts Number of Huge Concerns, and Fac tories Are Numerous. CITESTEH, Fa.. Nov. 23. Chester, In cluding the adjoining borough of Ed dvstone on the north, Marcus Hook on the south and Upland on the went, la In the midst of ft great Industrial and building boom. Within the laet three orfour months. through the efforts of the Chester chamber of commerce many grent plants have been brought here. The Itenzol products Company, occupying flflv acres of land Is completing a J5.000.00o olarft for the manufacture of aniline colors. This plant will employ between COO and Mo hands. The Commercial Box and Knvelope Company was brought here from nlng- .tamton. If. T., and occupies a sixteen acre river-front alte. This plant manu facture foldlnr boxes and container! of all kind, has K00.O00 wjnare feet of floor mac In Its building, and em ploy about ana sersons. The Chester Shipbuilding Company has nearly completed a modern ship- ard on the site of the famous Roach shipyard, and already has contracts for more than f5.000.om worth of ships. This plant will employ in me ncignoornoou of z.000 men. The Rtewart Distilling Company pur chased twenty-two acres of river-front properly, ana nave ncgun me erection nf one of the larreat IndeDendent distil leries In the country. Fifty acres of river front adjoining tne new piani 01 the Stewart Distilling Company has ben sold within the last few days to a Mg British concern upon which will Immediately he built a plant to employ 1,200 or 1.M0 men. Further details cannot be divulged at the moment. Never before In the history of Ches ter has there been a time when there yntM not a house of any kind for rent. This Is occasioned hv the coming here .1.A f Yia ImmMiifl nlantn nf the Itald- wln locomotive works, employing 10.000 men. the new plant of tne uemingion Arms Company, which Trill shortly em ploy 15,000 mechanics, and Eddystone Munitions Company, which will employ 5,000 men. One shop of the Remington riant covers twenty-eight acres, while the nddystone munitions shop covers twenty-two acres. Big Record for a 'Cripple,' This Beggar Kept Receipts ALLTWTOWN. Pa., Nov. 3. William Newbecker. a perfectly healthy man. who can twist his arms so that he looks crippled, did such a pro'peron business begging In Allentown that he went on a srree and he was locked up. giving the hli'ecoata a light before they landed him In a cell. At court It was found out that he had a roll of several hundred dollar. New j "Ver. who covers the entire East, kept i howlng his dally recelps. Ill he t - brought 14 60, and the rajM time past was 110 a It I t- 5 for drunkenness ' ntown. PHOTOPLAYS AND PHOTOPLAY BRS By GARDNER MACK, THE BEST Photoplay Department in WASHINGTON Bernhardt Says Her Fad Has Always Been Keeping Her Health Actrease are usually credited with having oil sort or fads, and from time to tlmo their press agents write weird talcs of the curious ways In which the various stars amuse themselves. Home of these stories nre outrageous assaults on the truth anj many of them which hae the appearance or truth take more or less liberty with tho actual situ ation that they nre supposed to faithfully record. Hut they are usu ally such good stories that they make excellent reading, however truthful they might bo or however apparent the attempts at truth may be. Here Is a. story about Sarah llern hardt, however, which tells some thing of that distinguished artiste's most Important fad which la really true. Madame Ilernhardt proves Its truth by tho fact that ,eho Is morn tliun seventy years old, has recently undergone an operation that result ed In the nmputatlon or one of her legs, and Is yet able to net photo plns. Madame lternhardt'a partic ular fad la her health. And her rules for health are extremely simple an she detailed them to a friend Who caught her Just nrter she had Mu lshed the photoplay production or 'Je.inno Doro," which the Universal company will show in this countiy. Her filend was surprised that tho great actress had not been exhaust ed bv her efforts. "Comparo your nerve force to cap ital In a bank," .Mine, llcrnhanlt said, "and regulate our aetloua and Ufo so that you only upend tho ex cess Interest, nut thu reserve uupltul Itself. Nerve vitality Is both ph leal and mental. Dy developing all fiart of your body you may keep It n fine, equilibrium, and dancing, especially the Grecian, teaches you how to make every mueelo of tho body graceful and natural In move ment." "Each morning," says moilame, "I stand before an open window and breathe deeply. If I tepeat the word. 'I am glad I am alive.' the mental attitude seems to help ma to look on the sunny side of things all day. "I live a very regular life." she adds. "I follow my morning exer cises by an Invigorating and refresh ing bath with salt, oatmeal or pine. When I am plating I have a light breakfast at 11, dinner at G. and after the theater a salad or fruit or vegetable with a glass of milk or a cup of chocolate, " 'siring rtro, meat, and pastry to gether.' suld a famous physician, 'and tho )Kor stomach haa to fight It out.' While the miniature war lasts, our bodies and complexion aro go ing to suffer' Vegetables play an Important part In my diet. They contain salt which are blood tonics, and a good amount of water, whlcji helps to clear tho system. Tomatoes especially are an excellent food, for they act on a torpid liver and help In remove the yellow tinge In our complexion. A lmpl diet of easily J . II iFr' -' 'S-'; ' If ( JsaaPf'-'f?' ?' Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam ' If V?K r f9l lv' v'i & i'? "-& l'&.jiH' tA k wftiv ,.,-3&M?Jmmmmmmmmmmw- 1 BBBBBBBlKaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB!aBBBBBBBiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa ": "mKJM ' iH !tWHmmmmWf ' 'v W LVe4 S Vv9r&' V . ;? S Newest photograph of NORMA I'A L L.MADGE, former Vltagraph stir, who is now appearing under the Triangle management. digested food fish, egg. vege table, fruit, and whole wheat bread make tt possible for us to work harder, play harder, and look morn beautiful every day." O. M on the arm. In court Judge Dedrlck fined Anderson H0O, remitted nil but IS because he wua In favor of cleanliness. Bath In Parlor Cost $5. WICHITA. Nov. 3. Police Judge Dedrlok believes that a man should be permitted to take a bath when the de sire strike him. P. O. Anderson, of thl city, took hi bath tub Into the par lor where It wa warm, but his wlfo ordered him to the kitchen Anderson refused and his wife took the soap. Anderson chased his wife ant hit her ! i ; Kv lHHH ' KysBsl My Coffee" J aat aa tod Kvev 1 Pnanil Packages, 30c Jthi H.Piif raier Fine fJrocerle and Wines, onn, Ave. Jk K ,. mkLWtF&&irS&X)A v. R.'0,i3VcBtV T.-. . stiJFi " t ,,- JSSBP'AvVvfc. ""M'""'"': . - "1 Pi BfBBtDHCU BmH ki & 3TWSSSiS(i. IKSSI MAST ,L browned perfectly on top, without being baked hard"; -a top crust that is velvety in texture; -white as snow inside, breaking open with an appetizing softness; and so light in weight that you wonder how they can be made. That is exactly the kind of biscuits made with Cottolene The one great test of any shortening is with biscuits. Cottolene bakes wonderfully, and when you have enjoyed biscuits made with Cottolene you will be ready to believe that it is easily the finest cooking fat you ever used, and you will use it for all your shortening, fry ing and cake making. Write to our General Offices, Chicago, book " HOME HELPS " mailed Use Cottolene. It creams up quickly; it mixes easily; it blends perfectly with the flour. It betters the taste of everything cooked with it Your grocer will deliver a pail of Cottolene to you today. It is packed in pails of various sizes for your convenience. - Arrange with him for a regu lar weekly supply. for our real cook free on request. EEESEFAI R BAN K2S5D "Cottolene makes good cooking better 99 TODAY'S BEST FILMS By GARDNER MACK. AVIIIon I.ackaye. and Clara Kimball Young In t'aul McAllister, ig In "Trll- hv." minuted from tho story of (leorgo DuMiurler (Kiultablc, thn Leader, Ninth, between K and V Dorothy' llcrn.lrd nnd William Tar num In "Thu llrokcn Uw" tKox Kllm Co.), Crundiill'a, Ninth and 13 Ntrccts. ...... William Kuversham In "One Million Dollar" iMetro Picture), tho Htriuid, Ninth and I) street. Paulino Frederick In "llella Doniin," adapted from the story by Itoburt Jllchcns U' unions Player), Iiew' Columbia, Twelfth nnd V streets. Emmy Whelen In "Tables Turned" (Metro Pictures), tho Garden, 423 Ninth street. . . Iliatrlz Mlchclcna III "Halvatlon Nell" (Wnilil I'llm Corp.) tho Olympic, 1431 You street. Charlotte Walker In "Kindling" tl,nsky), Ci.i-ulair Apollo, 62t II street northeast. Clara Klmlinll Young In "The Heart of thu lllue Itldge" (World I'llm Corp.), the I. lite, fourteenth street niul Ithoili- Island uveiiue. Carlcton Weiitherhy and Mnrguerllo Hied In "liarrlrra of Prijudlto" iVItagraphl, tho (icorgla, Hit (leor gln ii venue. lllliln bimiiK In "Divorced" (Kqult able), the Musonlc Audllurium, Thirteenth street and New York aNcnuc. Drwlu Karr nnd Hetty Ilrown In "The Lighthouse by the Ben" (Ks- sanay), the Itevcre, Georgia uvenUe ana Pane road. i Ailt.jn lfct.1,Af, ami mlinr.l Travn,, . In "In the Patace of the King."' adapted from the story by V. Marlon Crawford (Kssanay). tho Circle, 21M Pennsylvania avenue. L FLOOD-LIGHTING HERE To Be a Striking Feature of Electrical Prosperity Week Celebration. Note The seleollon are made finm programs prepared by the manager of the theaters concerned, and no responsllillltx Is assumed for Hibltrary changes ulthout notice to The Times. They ore based on the personality of the player and the producing company and not per snnol luspcttlon, except In special cases. G. M. Grief Kills Husband. CHEHTErt. Pa Nov 3. Grief Is be lieved to have raused the death last night of Samuel Oglesby, prominent buslnes man. Mrs. Oglesby died on November 10. Her husband, who was In good health at the time, became III and rapldlv grew worse. tine of the most striking feiture Be ing planned for the Hlectrlcal Prosper ity Week- celebration to be held In this cltv during the week of November 21 to December 4 Is the llood-llghting of the Capitol, the Postoftlce Depaitment bull.llnr. nnd Hie District building. Klnod-llghtlng Is a system or Illumi nation from the exterior or a structure, which, unlike th searchlight, covers the Nhole hiilldlng, nnd the volume or light falls with the snnie decree of In tensity over the area affected. At a meeting late yesterday of the executive committee directing the ar rangement for the celebration It was dete'mlned to seek from Uie authorlt'ej permission to light the three pnbllo buildings, and the subcommittee), on Il lumination probably will call today upon Huperlntcndept of Public Ilulldlng4 and Grounds Maris ami the District Commissioners to make their request. The executive committee also c'etr mlned to hold throughout the week of thn ce'ebratlon an electrical dlplay In the Homer building at the noithwest corner of Thirteenth and F street northwest In this display all dealers In elec trical appliance In the city will be Invited to take part, and exhibit, for the edification of the ptibllq, all man tier of appliances fur lightening tho work of housekeeping. Plans for the automobile parade wele discussed and report submitted by various committeemen practically assure the ucce of the project. The committee la now endeavoring to ascertain the number of band that will be available for tho parade. Mrs. John A. Logan Joins Legion of Loyal Women At a meeting of the I.eglon of I-oyal women last night In the Italelgh, Mr. John A. Logan' w elected to member ship. The following honorary member were elected: Dr. J. Shera Montgomery, Itobbl Louis Btern. Prof Henry Wheat on Howard, and Edwin Callow, Mr. Ada II. Weiss, president, presided. 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