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nillUCtiDUi g /AUiiiii eu y Germans Because He ,, r , . .. . >i raced tne MUSIC NO CHANCE FOR RAISER TO ROLE ARE DISSATISFIED WITH GOVERNMENT UA' FRANK AV ROSTOCK. Editor Cincinnati Post. N. E. A. Corre spondent In Europe. BREMEN. Germany. Jan. C.-\Vh<m I visit'd frmnor Crown Prince Wilhelm at vviriiiKt-ll late In November, he re nWlKOd IO Ule. "I hope to return to Germany some div a» a 1 rivale olllzen to live and work on iny estate and help rebuild Germany." II--pit'- report to the contrary, which InoiH that neither the former kaiser or tin former crown prince will be re IurriKl is leader of Ihe German people, i ' IttInn mimic II claMes In 0>T investigation among an Classes in U r many Indicates that Eiere Isn l a chance Of either ever being restored The propie of Germany have not for pollen how, in that faUft.l tlma ln November. 1918. after Germany had f-'iight for more than four years, Ihe army suddenly crumbled, .ho people st homo revolted—and tne kaiser and the crown prince lied lo Holland Holland That does not mean tTjat Germany is satisfied with the present form of government. I have talked to people of all kinds. Almost to a man they voiced tlielr dissatisfaction with the i Frantz Ebort, president of tha Ger- ; man republic. Is regarded by m, ny u. most as u nonentity, people make sport of Irm tn their talk In public and private; politicians belittle him and h 's odlrlals, and everywhere one hears ' how Ebert and the Ebert form of gov . rnment will melt away after the spring elections, G*'rm n y refers to Ihe former kaiser as "lhe man who ran away." It speaks in a like tone of the former crown prince, who also ran away. A former captain in Ihe German army expressed lhe sentiment of many Ocr when he sa'd to "I riu'not a Bolshevist. I still have n llkhig for the old-t'me form of gov ernment. somewhat inod'flfd. But tha kaiser and Ihe crown prince cannot come bark. After thousands yes. mil lions of Germans had given their lives --their all—lo their fatherland and had fought for lhe kar'ser and the crown prince, there came Ihe t'me when these m--n were lo show their mettle. And. wh I d'd they do? On the high seas Hie cry and command in the time of p—catest danger is. "Women and chil dren fi st." The cry of the kaiser and the crown prince was. "We must save our skins first—women and children— and tlie men who fought for Germany Tat." And that Is the sentiment T found everywhere. I asked women as well as mon All shook their heads sadly. There was a look In their eyes, such ns one sees only, when a person has had a great shock, a greAl disappoint ment -when a great Idol has fallen But Ihe kaiser and the crown prince have not given up hope. Both are hcip'ng and wading for the psycholog ical moment when they ran return to (he'r country and to power. The kaiser and his m»n are in constant eommiml v. iI-on with Lndendo-f and Von Hln denburg, I know til's positively, for I received the word from the Von 11'nd' nhurg home. A representative of Ihe workers of eastern Ge-nrny had called at the Von H'ndenburg home and asked for an Interview. AVItli him from the far east of Ger mnnv he had carefully and tenderly brought a beautiful bouquet of native llowe-s ,o be presented to the Held marshal. He w»S not admitted. Even ifler he sent word that the former Town prince looked wfh favor upon recta'n measures he was denied td ulss'on. "I have Inst received wo'd f'om the •Town prince and he it'd nol m-mtton -he matter of which you speak ' was ;he word the fl-id marshal sent to this •epresentatlve of 80,000 worker» on the .»astern border. "What will my people say when T return home " asked this man "They send me Ihls great distance and I bring with me flowers from our native land, which arc to tell him pf our love for film And now I am told 1 am not wanted—that I cannot even present our flow-erg to Von Hlndenburg" Hindenbnrg is still a big figure In Germany. The Germans admire him because he stayed and faced the music when others ellher gave up their com mands or fled. Many Germans have sa*d to me that they will make what resistance they can if the allies try to bring Von Hindenbnrg to trial. And oven the former kaiser and the former crown prince will not be tried, before an allied court If the German people can prevent It. Not that they seem to care especially about the kaiser and crown prince, but because they do not want to suffer the humili ation that the tri'ls of these men. and other Germans who have been listed, w-IIl bring to Germany. Hand bills with the following text have been distributed bv the thous ands In many German cities; "?ave Germany's honorl If your father or your son or your brother. In the turmoil and madness of war. over stepped the bounds, would you rather have him tried by an enemy court or a German court? "You answer: "Germans should be tried before German court«! " 'What you want others to do for you, Al«o g've to others, too.' "Demand, therefore, that the peace treaty be changed." It Is urged R t Ihe top that this hand bill be passed on so that all Germans may read It. ■ to power. German pivoent government me: mans rOvm^Ojum ; OWN YOUR own ' 9'\14~*125a PhPndelphia lixvdMtJn.zi* SEA FORD HAPPENING.*-. Special to The Evening Journal. 8EAP0RD. Jan 7-The engagement of Mrs. I,ulu Knowles, daughter of Lap tain and Mrs. John Quillen, of Bethel, and Dr. Thomas F. Cott.ngham was announced last night ut a reception held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. | George H. Huston. No date for the w «dding has been set. Daniel J. Stewart, former postmaster . of wiimiugton. who i* m with pneu monlu, Is Imprvolng. Earl Records, charged with the rob- I hing of Stein and Company's clothing | store, has been arrested In Camden, IN. J. A WOMAN'S SUFFERING York.Pa.:—"About three yeara ago I was taken alck. Had Indigestion and was • ln " v *vy bad con - I uoctor gut me up F and that was all he Mold do. I could a>» only be up a short 1 .f Jr' f. I time then I had to V L\ II* down again. I .e Y ^ } rÄJd"d"a"SS« a Nib _ hoi moan. The dec tor _.^L J _w.... ..^„"t help me lie thought ***•■**' he would have to t * k * . me j *° ,l> * •''tM' 11 ** 1 ^5'*, l* WOB ,i erw) what In the world I could take that would help me. I tried about a half Joaan reumllw —mm did me any good. Ida* doctor wrl, Lei mo ini you, you an u r^ry alck womin.' X thought toward. apriug I would have to make aale of m f ' f ft ÂVSSÎp i'YS.TreW I tlon - and one of 'Golden Medical Dlarov- } cry 4 and immediately I noticed my nerves X\.o uië'T.V.wo It«?. S& t()ou corruption began to pass from mu. After that I began io Improve and this lasej two years I have breq good and strong. «11 | uc to Dr. Pierces wonderful medicines. — jiaky liViXGBTON, u. F. D. w. LeRoy, Pa. .-"About ten years ago • I mon .i„ „(.h, bet they did not help me My husband's father wanted me to try Ur. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I very weak aud only weighed SO Iba., could not a i,* p an d coughed most all night Be fore i had Bnlshed taking osm bottle I fe-j "„.'.ched' I2S Tbs. and waa well, aurt lhe trouble has never returned. — MUS. GLEN BAILBV. It was . was DR. PIERCE S GOLDEN i i , I _ ] — I " - MEDICAL DISCOVERY FOH THE BLOOD, LIVER, LUNGS. KRCAL BSTATU-HIH **}•*_•. $400 CASH WILL BUY 819 POPLAR ST, 5 rooms, in good condition, Pos toilet, gas; easy terms; session 30 days. F. E. GALLAGHER, 923 Market St. t FOR SALE House at Btsmere, 7 room», lot 40x12ft he had tf fret, «table», taffer J"» IO _ vl _. wanted; poaaewdon March 25» 1V20. Nice location and prie« t« low. C. M TOWNSEND, 923 Market SL Phone 819. r*« U a if you change, or Insure real e.tala. ïïfÇSU «"SSÄ ance p i ace< ) | n reliable companlea. M. VV. VAUGHN Phone M8. l»u Orange Street 5 rooms and bath. 0 256 W. NINTH ST. CITY. SUBURBAN AND FARM PROPERTY desire to buy, eell. ex. row sale. . Between Seventh and Eighth St-, oo no Pont, «even rooms, bath, porch and heater. Price *1.000. _ Id the 300 block, on W. 12th St.. 10 rooms. A Ûoo rooming bath, porch and heater, section. Price $10.000 DELAWARE REALTY CO.. S. W. Cor. Seventh and Tatnall Sts. All Kind» of ln,urance. Phone 3700. Rent» Collected. A BEAUTY— Farm of ISO acre» on »tone road 8 mile* from Wilmington and near railroad. Pos session In spring. Doxens more, all slxei and prices. 1 I CAUSE a GILPIN Real Estate and Insurance. New Offices, 11th and Orange 81». Telephone 7079. 231G-2318 Jefferson Street Store, dwelling and lot. 226 WEST 9TII ST. Phone 819. West Side Home. North Brandywine. For Sal*—Six rooms, bath, electric light. and gas. hardwood floors and hardwood ( trim, front porch : very desirable location., Prleo «6,000; $1.200 to »1 500 down. WALTER E. POWELL Phono 5197. S39 Market SL — FOR SALE — 602 W. FIFTH STREET. 10 rooms, hath, h- al: Ideally situated for apartment or boarding house. Price reasonable. WM. H. GIBBONS. INC., NINTH AND ORANGE STS. E. S. Hickman. Pres't. D. A A. 713. OfiFk®s F®r E®3iÆ r # 220 W. NINTH ST, Phone 819. REAL ESTATE I OR SAI.E. DfcajffirO&dl M&H1 KÄÄT'ÄÄ VuVh^.rdT^ 7„' fair condltlou. rhon* mot. | WALTER E. POWELL, 839 Market Street. H323 W©8lt Sit. 7 rooms, bath, heat, gas. 226 AV. NINTH ST. Phone 8X9. I la one of the chanres you have to g<-t a good house for little money, on easy terms. SI* ruoius and hath, electric llgln lug Bouse two years old. We will base It papereil for you. Price $3.700. 155-ACRF FARM, $12.000. AND WHEAT Cfinp l\'PI HUPP) wnCAl CKUr I.VU.UUl.D The Property la only 0 mllca from WP m i t , sf0I1 und tins good act of buildings uml farmed 4i y the owner Dosen» more, all prlcea and sixes. ' I } _ ; FOR SALE 1012 REED STREET WALTER E. POWELL. 83« Market St. CAUSE B_^LP!.N H t Real Estate and Insurance. New Office«, lllh and Urungu Sta. 1-1- lihune 7073. 'O 7 rooms, bath, hot air heat. 0 Phone 819. 226 WEST 9TH ST. HOR SALE 1117 Kirkwood St., C rooms and hath, facing the park. lu 1)00 block, on E. 17th St., two houses. C rooms, bath, porch and beat, lu 2IS00 block, on West St-, two bouses, « rooms, bath, porch and heat. 1U room house In the best of condition; lunch room and Ice cream manufacturing I plant adjoining; one of the beat places In the city: a bargain If sold at once, ] On E. 24tb St., store, 7 room house ad I joining, steam beat, hardwood Unlsb, square built; electric and p EASTLAKE BEAI. ESTATE AND INSERANTE CO., 2200 Pine St. Fire Insurance of All Kinde. orcb. Phone law. T. C. BRADFORD 1521 Delaware Ave. —HOUSES FOR SALE 131 duPonl street, 6 rooms and bath. X601 West 14th street, 6 rooms and bath. 1804 Claymont street, 7 rooms and bath, 818 Adams street, two apartment* and two baths. 1017 Madison St.. 10 rooms and bath. T. C. BRADFORD 1521 Delaware Ave. Real Estate bought, sold and rented. Phone 1995. \ i FOR SALE West 17th St.—Immediate possession. Six rooms, bath, porch, heat. West 27th St.— « rooms, bath, pantry, electric light, heat, stationary tubs. Property in excellent condition. Pos session. 1928 West 2d SL—6 rooms, bath and porch. 702 W. 7th St.—* rooms and bath. Four private garages. 1Ç3 S. Adams St —Six rooms and bath. 228 N. Harrison St.—Six rooms and bath. J®1m J» Hamil®y 623 W. Fourth Street. Phone 5170. IDte'ft Es Cftughti FOR BARGAINS, BUY NOW. SEE AND BELIEVE. A woudvrful home on W. 25th St., 5 rooms, bath, hot air heat, gas and elec tric. hardwood floor«, new paper, open «replace, square plan, all screen» and awn ing», to be sold for $B.500. A REAL INVESTMENT On North Clayton Sl„ 8 rooms, bath, gas and electric, hot water heat, veranda; also lot adjoining with garage for two cars. This property Is renting for $Cö per month. L®®k TL®s® Oveir Monroe 8L, 7 It, B, P. gas. W. Fifth St., 7 R, B, W. Sixth St.. 8 R, B, gas... N. Franklin St., 9 R. B, g W. Third St., 10 K, B. 0 tt E. 2 P. .$4.u00 I E. 43rd St., it R, B, G A E. 2 P.$4,500 West SL. near 28th, « B, B. G A B, H W H .$3,000 .$2.750 .$4.000 as. Il A II.. »4,500 2 " $4 .son West SL. near 25th, 6 R. B, H W I1 ..$ï.iksi N. Frauklln St., 10 R, B, G A E, h a n ... 27th SL, near Market; a res) bargain $5.000 33th SL. near Market, 0 K, B. H W H. O A E . W. Seventh St-, 9 K, B, G A K. H W U . X. Broome 9L. 8 R. B, H W U, Ü A E. garage . LOCALITY! QUALITY! 8. E. Cor. Seventh and Van Baren Sts.. 9 R, B. library, stone wall. Iron fence. 3 S orchea. front and rear yard: for a real ome, thla I» positively a teal buy. $7.000, OVER THE BRIDGE! $*.000 $7.500 $8,000 j $9.509 Washington St,, near 2Sfb, 6 rooms, bath, hot air boat, gas and electric. You arc looking for one; see this, $1.500. ANOTHER ONE! Washington St., near 23rd. 7 rooms, bath, hot air heat, gas and electric, two porches, $6.500. BUNGALOWS. Market St.—two of them—Five rooms, bath, two porche*, electric pump, plpelc»* heater. Just what you have been looking for In o small home. Ono $3,900; one $3.800. SUBURBAN! HERE! Oak Grove—7 H, B, 2 P. H A If. GAB .$4,500 Oak Grove—9 U, B, U A B, Il A II..$4.100 Oak Grove—5 U. B. D \ K. garage. .$5.500 Oak Grove—0 It. B. G A E. H W H $6.300 Oak Grove—« II. II, .1 P. O A K.$s,fton Oak Grove— H U, B, O A B. H A II..$8,500 Crinitou Heights—4 R: lut 50x100. .$1.400 Heights—6 H A U . We have many more listings and al ways pleased to he of service to yon. n, b. 2 p. Cranston .$5.000 Louis A.Beatty & Cju< 606 FORD BLDG. Real Rotate, Insurance. Pheos 5418-w Open Tuesday and Saturday Eves. '1 ME At r.T* . .»ii BQDAKB PLANNRU s ROOM iioi-sb only $1,800, and in nie« neighborhood Possession 30 days. j I ^ GAUSS ft GILPIN j Real Estait- ami Insurance lltb A orange Hta. Telephone 70TP Bmgalbw aft incited on Woodvldc Are., 7 rooms anl hnth. e loot rim I IlvHt iiiir. Hlse of lot. TfttlJS twl This Is a nrf attractive ami »leslr aialo bungalow. If location »uns you the »»«UNO A. a'tICO fo,.v W ai TER E. PO"'»-' ' Phone 5197. 833 Markat 8C. FOR BALE iron block. Weal St.. 10 R, B. P. H U. T $*rd and Market Sta., 6 R. B. P, B. $5,000. UadUun St., near Sixth SL. 0 K. B. $ 1 , 000 . Second and Rodney Hta., P. II. 1018 AV. 7th St.,'8 R. B, P, □. ?13 E IArti st. « U. U. amount ca« a required. 2705 Tat nail S> , lo R, n. P. B. Moat be aold; make an offer. Jefft-raou St., «ear nth. 10 It. B. P. B. Waal St., near 8th. IS B. B. P. H ■Ion In So drya. • 70r-n K Sixth St . 8 R. aewared. *31 W Sixth St . 10 R. B. U. Poa aeaalon 30 -lay#. 7th ami Washington Sla., Il R. B. P. II S E for 4th and Adama Sta.. atora. dwelling. 11 II. B. P. B 224 K Oth St., «tore and dwelling. 10 R. B. 1225 Linden St.. « R, B. «2.000 22iiil « Tatnall Sta.. 7 U, B, $1 500. 1111 IS 10 W alnut St., 6 K. B. P. gaa aud electric. 7 R, B. small Wma» Vo MoMgtnmsry Phone 849. 919W Orange Street HS)20 & Eanm®]r Y®sur Everybody i« ->|>tlmlatlc K-—cho.ly expects hlg hualneaa for 1920. Tin- future of Wilinluutoii la assured. Mott of our factories are enlar lug aud preparing lo Bandit Inc. I hustuaaa, which la aura lo coma. I_ of Mil« nu-iiua plenty of work a d therefore, plenty of money. Why should ou hesitate to buy? Why comiuuc lo pay rent when you can own a oute - ('nine In and see us at once No trouble to tell you what wc bava on our Hat. If we do not have whnt you want we will And It, I ( ) Ql U K BUY! R n modi rn house, uu lot 40x100. only $4,900. Can b« bandied with $1.500 cash or less. A mo leru 7 room bouse will he completed In 90 days. Can he finished to your IlkliiK' If you iret In touch with us at once. Price eery reasonable. 8-room house with all conveniences, four miles from city, on good stone road, two blocks from trolley. »i b A BARGAIN GUY & REARICK, INC, 919 ORANGE STREET. Phone 1246. 14! à î f ^ ( 925 MARKET 5T 4 R FARM E 101 ACRES ON CONCORD PIKE NEAR BRANDYWINE Summit house, meadow, orchard, chicken houses all In first class condition. House has hot water heat and water Is piped to ail barna. $300 per acre. Brick homestead and tenant house, wagon A L Eßn$m®ss lL®csi1hi®inis E CORNER STORE with large house of 15 rooms, two baths, gas and electric light, hot water heal, plot 50x74. West Side within four blocks of Seventh and Market streets. CORNER STORE NEAR UNION PARK GARDENS, and 6-room house, with bath, electric light, »learn heat, side porch, flrst mortgage of $4,000. Price $7.500. ICE CREAM BUSINESS AND FINE PROPERTY of 9 rooms, bath, kitchen, electricity and gas. Money maker. , CORNER house on East Twenty-fourth street, 7 rooms, bath, porch, hot water heat, gas and electric light, ROOM FOH GARAGE, Possession June 25, 1920. $5,500. 3 T A T E 20 Wo Sftr«®t If you have a Our office is now open for business, property to sell wc will be glad to handle it. The real estate man is a necessity, because there are buyers and sellers everywhere, but unaided they cannot find each other. There is no other business in the woild with a wider field than the real estate business. Wherever there .s land of any kind for sale, there is bus ness for the real estate man. The volume of business done in real estate Is increasing every year, and the business offers wonderful opportunities for the progressive, wide-awake man. Miss Margaret T. Veasey, of 707 Adams street, graduate of Goldey College in the class of 1910 will be connected with the office work. Miss Veasey was employed as an in structor in the shorthand department for six years at the coTegc. In addition to (his, she has had cons derable ex perience in general office and secretarial work, which proves her fitness for the position. Mr. J. E. Bradbury, of 1226 Tatnall s'reet, will also be with this office. Mr. Bradbury served ten years in the livery business in this c ty and all who have the pleasure of know ing him will admit he is of the calibre with whom they would like to do business. If you are a frend of any of the office force, we shall be pleased to have you ca l upon us. If you are not—ask your neighbor about us. If we do not have the property you are looking for we will take our chance with the other fellow to find it. If you have a rent to collect, call and see us. Most large property owners have someone to look after the'r properties, and while the real estate man is paid liber ally for that service, he should not be considered an expense. FEED E» CUSHMAN 211 Wo S®wmiÜh S£a°©®t Telephone 701Ö, as Soon as Installed. . \ HEAL Ksrvri?-run THF OWNER WILI. SELL A ton-room house, all In good condition. Niro up-to-date bathroom ; tha woonwora I* whits enamslsd. electric UghUhg and pat front porch. Will milks you a eo JP' fortnble home. This Is located on *»• west «idc In a Hrst-clasa neighborhood. Prlco »6100 WALTER B. POWELL. S3» Murkst Street. i'bonc jug. ©32 UinM® Sfto 6 rooms, bath, porch, heat. # 226 \V. NINTH ST. Phone 819. REAL ESTATE—TOR SALE. HEAL ESTATE—TOR MALE. FARM FOR SALE AT LITTLE BALTIMORE. NEAR HOCKESSIN, DEL. Farm partly In Pennsylvania, partly In Delaware. .About 100 acres; very large barn: farm house has electric light, hot air heater, bath room, eto.; eight-room tenant house. New stone Slate road now under construction; steam railroad station adjoining premises. Possession March 1, 1920. Good Investment. INQUIRE OF JULIAN C WALKER, THE FORD BUILDING AA'Ilmlngton, Delaware, or of J. Eugene AValher, Media, Pa. 'o WILL B-t'Y 2106 M ARKET STREET. flTOO Cash will buy 1323 West Street. Balance of 83NW can srrsng« mortgage. In fi'OO Block on West Street 2 Dwellings 14800 each. Gan arrange good mortgages. 1000 Block on West Street, 823.000. 91« West Second Str.wt, ft,000. SO« Jefferson Street, $5,000. 2 and 4 Sixth Avenue, each, 83,500. 838 Bennett Street, 81.800 811 Church Street, 81.500 408 Lombard Street, $3.200. JAMES Jo COHEM REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. (2D FLOOR) 830 MARKET STREET. OPEN TUESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS. phone sm W. % on a well located DWELLING on the west side, six rooms, bath, porch, heater, outside cel lar entrance. TT* j» Possession by March 25, next. Carrying charge less than pres ent. rent. First Come! First Served!! .'I 'o o S)(Q)? Oramg® Sfcr®®1t / '59 66 I AM How often have you said: "1 am sorry I did not attend to this yesterday. Yet yesterday Is gone, today is now and tomorrow may never come. "1 am too busy today, • » answered the gentleman, Regrets arc of no value unless they lead to greater care in the future. "I am sorry" is a confession of weakness; the strong know no regrets. "Shall men believe in luck and circumstance?" "Strong men believe in cause and effect. The strong face the world smilingly. TO SELECT YOUR HOME TODAY IS WISE AND PRUDENT—LET'S GO. SHARE IN THIS GOLDEN «STREAM. 2414 AND 2419 MADISON STREET. Six room«, veranda, back porch, baUi, splendid healing plant, cement cellar, gas and electric. • • smilingly. »» 26 E. 24TH STREET. Nino rooms, largo veranda, bath, hot water heat, gas and electric, cement cellar, back porch. 1228 KING STREET. Nine rooms, veranda, back porch, bath, heat, gas and electrlo. 307 W. 33RD STREET. Six rooms, veranda, baih. heat, g is and electric, cement cellar. BEAUTIFUL CORNFR. VAN BUREN STREET, NEAR 27TH STREET. Seven rooms, bath reception hall veranda, hot water heat sa« and electric, c ment cellar, stationary tubs, fireplace In the llvlngroom, house finished In white enamel and mahogany, open stairway. Imme dlate possession. 2612 MARKET STREET. Six rooms, three verandas hath, hot water heal, gas and electrto, cement cellar. Possession 30 days. 2420 MADISON STREET. NEAR 25TH. SQUARE PI AN.. Nine rooms, three verandas, bath, hoi water heal, gas and elect-lo, cement cellar, weather strips, screens, awnings, laundry tubs, shades, reception hall, hardwood floors. 220 W. 14TH STREET. Eleven rooms, three verandas, bath, hot water heat, cement cellar, gas 2512 W. 18TH STREET. Six rooms, two verandas, bath, gas, heaL cemffiit cellar. 2442 W. 18TH STREET. Nine rooms, bath, hot water heat, cas and electric, pantry, laundry, open fireplace, gas heater, cement cellar. MUNDT & COMP AMY 706 MARKET STREET. PHONES. 9060-8061. HEAL ESTATE. GENERAI. INSURANCE. RENTS. MORTGAGES. OPEN TUESDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9 P. M.