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MIZPAH CHAPTER
Retiring Officers Receive
Retiring Officers Recent
addresses made bv
SEVERAL MEMBERS
More than two hundred persons on
Joyed the banquet given last night. In
ftdd Fellows' Temple. Tenth and King
streets, by Mlzpah Chapter, No. 2.
Order of the Eastern Star. Following
the banalst« Insta'latfon of the newly
elected ofllcera was held. There were
pleasing addtdfcscs and community sing
Ing. ,
The Urge banquet hall was prelt'ly
arranged. The table decorations were
pink and white carnations, will ferns,
The following officers were
•tailed: Worthy matron. Mrs. Mary
C. Cross; worthy patron, Harry F.
New I în; associate matron. Mrs. Plor
enee P. McCultoeh ; secretary. Mrs.
F ircnce M Hanby; treasurer, Mrs.
Nettie ?. Mclntlrc; conductress, Mrs.
Carrie H. Wright; associate coijdue
tre,s. Mrs. Rose E Newlln; chaplain,
Mrs Margaret Hltct)en ; marshal, Ms.
Letltia N. Porter; organist, M-s. Elsie
T. Hess: Adah. Mrs Helen Barrett;
Ruth, .Mrs. Margaret E. Plummer:
Esther. Mrs. Alice .1 Hastings; M,.r
tha, Mrs Grace D. Homewood: Ele-ta,
Mrs. Marguerite Krauss; warden. Mrs.
sentinel, Harry F. Newlln;
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Gifts When Successors
Are Installed
(da Chew;
rustees—Frederick Hanby, Harry
Newlln and Oscar D. Ridings.
During the evening several present*
vvere given to the retiring officers*. The
presentation speechs being made by Os
ear D. Ridings. To .Mrs Ethel M.
Draine, the retiring worthy matron,
was presented an EaMern Star ring. An
umbrella was given to G Barker Mc
Culloch, the retiring worthy patron;
Mrs. Irma G. Tatman. retiring treasurer.
Eastern Star pin; Mrs. Draine, two
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large baskets of flowers from her f.jm
lly. The Incoming worth? uialmn. Mrs.
Mary O. Cro*=> was presented with a
lar.-o eorsige bouquet by the «Çcom- ■
panlng officers. . .. ..
A letter was read from Mi> Julia M.
> ory flr-M worthy niatron of Delaware
• .hanter. No. 1, O. K - ' ta i7 h '*
in \ rginla on account of Illness of h r ,
rnother. _
r » Joist mas Cf Of the even ng vvas (
Mrs. <. Barker McCulloch. The blessing,
?/ |h« banquet was asked by |ht Hev. :
/ \\ Wells, pastor of Wesky M. t
Gburab S.iwl a-H-essea wer. made b> ;
th ' differ. • worthy matporw and po-,
Irons of Delaware Chapter No. 1. Julia
st. J j hn j I
' ■hart.- - No 4.. Rod ant Ghapt r. No. ß j
The Rev Thomas V Winnie, firs' past
worthy patron of the Julia M Story
Chapter gave a ppasing talk as .Id the)
. 1 . v Gherles H Bohner. Mrs. Courtland ,,
C. PI»rsoc and Mrs. George w. Hook.
It was announced tha! Mlzpah CJiap- 1
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M Plory Chapter, No. 3.
Christiana Hundred
Man Makes Enviable
Record for Himself
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Mr O'Neal was born In Chester
county. Pennsylvania, and came to
Delaware twenty-five years ago. He
'■xpeets to make the Diamond Stale
Construction Company one of Dela
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John F. O'Neal, President
Diamond State Construction Company.
The Diamond State Construction
C#., chartered at $50.000 at Dover, was
organized by John F. O'Neal, of Ml.
Cuba, Delaware, In June of 1'Jl'J for the
(fUrpose of building good roads and
br.'dges. and In t04 days approximately
-aveil New Castle county the salary of
die entire Levy Court of New Castle
county, and turned over to tho court
»ome excellent road work .
This company built Edge Moor road,
Hoekcssln A Yorklyn road and resur
faced Newport road, rebuilt Marshall
ton bridge, F.-nnimore bridge, and built
the stone Walnut Green school. GO feet
by 21 feet, and a stone end lo a large
bam in 104 days, and as Mr. O'Neal
nuts it, reduced ihe pr:ce ♦ ro.-ul bulki
ng 20 to 23 per cent., and placed the
Diamond State Construction .Go on a
sound financial basis, and are now
ready to figure on Delaware'^ largest
road Jobs. The company bid for nine
-.ontracts, and w« s exceptionally low
>n all of them ; was awarded three, the 1
MENTAL TEST FOR
BARBARA FORREST
an'» sanity might ho made, the ease of
Barbara Forrest, charged with breach
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declared that she Mid not ward only
a;;s:i"isr»3
» ha ' she Should be kept locked up.
"1 don't want to stay here forever,"
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CAV \ "HOUGH GUY.
Hearing in the case of Gay Wiggins, |
Negro, charged with disorderly
duct, was continued until tomorrow (
at the request of James Saulsbury, at- i
turney for the defendant, by Judge
Hastings in .Municipal Court tills morn-,
lug. The charge was preferred by AI - 1
fred Oeemcr. a tenant of the house, n
tX) Fr-nch street, with whom Gay U
said to have gotten Into some mixup. |
In-.Gay is alleged to have pushed Alfred's
head through a window, much to the
i.»tier's discomfort.
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M<i\R CASE CONTI NIES.
The Government has rone hided Us
testimony in the earn of Mack Ross
James L Mosley. John T. Hughes and
1 Georg«' Holden, charged with stealing
four barrels of sugar from a freight ear
, t Wyoming, on September 14. The
defense opened in U. S. District Court
j, ere today.
.ird-r- Morris is pres'd'ng at the trial,
1er would ho d a dunce and card party
on Fcöruary 6 in the New Century
Club.
That'an examination as to the wom
she asserted.
The comm'tlee of arcane, men's far
last night was Mrs. Florence P. Me
Culloch, chairman ; Mrs. Fanny R. ■
Trlggs, Mrs Margaret E. Plummer and
Harry F. Newlln.
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Dandruff y Heads
Become Hairless
It you want plenty of thick, beautiful,
K , ossy _ s(lky , lalr> do by a n means g"t
r|(J of dan(lru(r for , t xvll i 8larVB your ,
hajr ^ nljn u |f you ,,„ n . t
, t (Jo€g „. t , Jo mllfh pno(J lo try t0
brush or wash It out. The only sure
t0 , rl( , of dandruff Is to dissolve
j( lhf , n yo ., destroy It rn i Ire iy. To .to
this, ft about four ounces of ordinary
, |(Jljl{ , anon; a p p i y n n t nicht when r -
tiring: use enough to moisten the scalp
a|)(| rub M tn g( . nt | y with the linger Ups.
ßy ;n 0r n(ng, most If not all, of your
dandruff wilI bP ponB . an d three or four
m ^ e BppHPBt , ons w m com B Iclely dls
, vp ;tnd ,. n ii re |v destroy every single
a , BnfJ tra( . e of lt
You w „, flnd t00i , bat a ]i itching and
digging of the scalp will stop, and your
h )p w „, Ionk and f e rl a hundred times
brtlpp You can Ke) n q „id arvon nt any
' torP jt )s inexpensive and four
a q V ou will need, no matter
v nn|fh dan dniff you have. This
. , rcm edy never falls.
a,mple rcmeuy
ware's largest road builders, and the
taxpayers hope that he will, and that
ihey may have more good roads for
the money. • „
others not being let on account of no
funds on hand.
Mr. O'Neal's solution Is GOOD OR
GANIZATION of forces, CLOSE ATTEN
TION TO BUSINESS, f.vno and 1550 per
day to mc?i was pa d, and none but the
best workmen kept on the Jobs. Mr.
O'Neal was ably supported by former
Senator B. A. Groves, ex-Levy Court
Commissioner for six years, and a pros
pective eand'dale for Governor. Mr.
Groves Is treasurer of the company.
Mr. O'Neal claims we have an ex
cellent End careful Levy Court, and the
taxpayers of New Castle county should
eongr tulafo themselves on the County
Engineer, who is very particular and
demands all from the contractor that
(he speclfloations call for.
dent Isaac G. Elliott.
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Prominent men of Brandywine and
Christiana hundred* have asked" Mr.
O'Neal to be a candidate for Levy
Court Commissioner. *o sjicceed PresJ
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CARPENTIER HASN'T
ACCEPTED TERMS
I »-scamps, manager for George* (tarpon
tier, tojlay <Ic n|ed that he has aorept.d
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|T a tu..." i«.mS hMS££
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jP™»«* DempwnuCsrpcniler light,
* "• 80 *e except on Uial the hat
blluuld not exceed fifteen rounds.
nrnir irirun.
1 ,, , M, ' s , TONIGHT,
1 De quoit league of E.den Lodge. No.
con-F„ vylll open tonight when
JD'-' captains will meet tho Privates,
l " e LijJuWnaols will meet the Coppor
anJ _~* e Sergeants will meet liie Ma
J ors * captain» of the various
J®*™ r !'. < ?' ,P . st . a11 lh ' ,lr , l< ! re '
--k
miiiauoo degree Will be con
ffrrpil / n . a cIi,S8 ot candidates tomor
r * w night.
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.aamst TÎLp ^
gainst uw«r Ktrpte, ai as Clark, amljca
• Cunningham, Nexrocs. was noli. .
* s tr- MunKIpal Court Ih s morning
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We Eliminate Price Comparison
Our experience during this
sale has proved conclusively
that price comparisons are an
unnecessary evil in advertising.
We Will Exchange, Credit
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chased during this sate if
turned in three days with sales
check and price ticket at
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every PRICE GROUP the merchandise offered has been DRASTICALLY REDUCED and
written description wnild do them justice. YOU MUST SEE THEM TO APPRECIATE THE MAR
VELOUS VALUE, So be on hand Early for Best Choice as quantities are limited.
Two Economy
Coat Specials
Group No. 1
32 Tailored Coats
Velours, Silvertones
and Broadcloths
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Satin and Serge Dresses
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A wonderful group of Suits in belted,
ripple and straightline models, of ex
cellent quality fabric, in the season's
best colors. A few have fur collars. Also
included in this lot are suits for the
STOUT FIGURE, developed of
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Belted and straightiine models with
convertible collars of self-material. A
few coats in this collection have coney
fur collars. All the most popular shades
are represented.
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Meltons , Kerseys, Cheviots
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Wool plaids, serges, velveteens, taf
fetas, satins and novelty silks, in ac
cordion pleated, box pleated, shirred
and straightline models, with wid*
belts and novel pockets, button
trimmed.
This group is a collection of odd
coats of much higher price, that have
been assembled for TODAY ONLY.
There are all sizes for women and
misses in the lot, but not in every
style. He on hand early for best choice
'"he Ctyles
Draped, Tunic, Straightiine Effects
The Trir.ir.iinga
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August *N. Splnken wai appoint.-.! a|
m r intoo r of l f i o p« IJ 0 « f ° r c 0 by Ihn Po
yMtenJay aflaraoon 1
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ft,« t "" mh
, 1 ho " ed * 8 arre '"'' la8t w «« k - Six of
sssäss
were committed In the workhouse, ac
cording to Hie seats in's
Chief of Police Bla
'"■ l H"' ?«•' Dad b eu o.,Hooted dur
mg the month of 1» -comber for dog t.ix.,\(
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TO TKACH FOLK GAMER
A elass in folk grimes, aeslh He darfc- I
In* and recreation will be held every
Wednesday and Friday afternoon from ,
3 Jo to 5 o'clock at School No. W. un<lor
»"»I'D'*'» of the Wilmington Com
munlty *-rvb». There • and
Aery on,- Is welronra.
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PROHOTIOM OH F. W. TOOU.
Frank \\ Todd. c»f litis city, who for
the pa^l year, has b*en general ofllro
fo r, ,he D > t '. a " d CUvjn\-\
Corporation, of Kingsport, Tenn.. ha«^
been appointed assistant treasurer of
r "!" pan >- wlth »•«" ln New
Nork City.
ON FOI ICE FORCE
TRUCK DRIVER
SAVES BOV'S LIFE
Krank Martine, of No. CI'J East'Fifth
street. an'ft-year-old boy. narrowly e»
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undnhbtedly saved the tey'i* Ufe. he be
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MAYHEM I INI
Miss Hilda M. Mayhew, .Inughl. r of
r , in ,| \| rs j, lin ,. g h Mayhew, ,.f Mll
ford and Hollo A Lane fu-nierly of
Belvlderc N C. were marrb.l In the
Brack-Ex' M E.' Church on Thursday
evening January I by the Rev, Claude
w. Clark Mis* Ruth Mayhew, guter
(of the bride, and Herbert B. Carpenter
were the attendants. Thi- wedding
march was played bv M ss Ella M
Deputy. The bride wore mlilnlght blue
M i,„ Mn d carried a large bouquet of
bridal roses. The brldennald wore
navy blue silk georgette crepe and car-1
riivl pink nwebuds. #
Following the c remony a small re
eeptlon was given by .Mr. and Mrs. \V|I
1. un J. K rk, at the "Odar*.** Mr. and
Ms Lane left Friday morning,
points north.
LARGE BUILDING
OPERATIONS START
The site of the new Morning Nws
building, formerly the headquarter» of
tho Wilmington Community Service.
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0 d >ourl Houso haIf d '' mollhhe<1 '
. ri ." ha ^
,.- un(J Sor|rly about , 0 make way
for It)« mi bttildloc. tho bloek hound
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water, charged with drunkeiu
oesafully pleaded for another rhanee
when area, mied before j.?, ä! H...tin«
in Munich- Court, this mÔmî.., '"?.i
was d I
When Fred was arrotlrd a bottle eon I
tuning a Iftqui I U.e olllc'rs could not
Identify It being labeled "Fxtr < i uiaIUv
for External Um» only** w m
From appear:, nie», however Fi cd
used none of the substance cxternàllv
FRED OFFERED THIS
STUFF TO WRONG SIDE
Repenting his misconduct. Fred Pass
;• c '"V a ÎÏÜÎI! k - ,B î
No. 100.» Washington street, died at her
home late last night of a complication
of diseases Mm Hark ha.bb.-ni HI foe
a long time, -he wo» 02 year. old. Tho
;«l"eaas«l 1 » survived by her husband.
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Cemetery.
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.il.r,«.d ,kln jo,, have I«
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to 11 UU,T " valuable to you. Ko let
hLi? nw JOW8 • t,llto€ lu ■P lendld bagllgf
hSw .rrrywb^r.. For frw M m»1e irrita
to Kwergeney I>n»»arsiurie*. 24:'. \v#«t 47 th
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MRS. A. R. CLARK DEAD.
Mrs. Annie R Clark, wife of Wlliltia
LET POSLAM
START NOW TO
CLEAR YOUR SKIN
Wn,M run he entirely rM of that .11«.
tresslng ekln trouble? Would you drlv,
iiiw»y those pimples? Do yon daclr- a
skin free from nggra rating
fair
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