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Attractions at the City Theatres
"THE KIDDI E: YYOM W' ' What will undeniably be one of the most oulslaifJmg and distinguished dra ■ niatfo engagements of the season, "'III \ commence Cbls evening at tho Play-1 house when Madam Bertha Kaiich will .he seen in heft most famous lUt •The ! 4 , iUddlc; Woman" which will remain at tho local theatre for the rest of the v ci k. ,, Madam Kaiich who has he on one of -»the most popular feminine dramatic " «Urs pf America since her appearance "in Mar'terlincke "Monna Vanna" has «■»over In her entire career before Amer ican audience been presented with a vo ll tele as worthy of her art as sho has in "The Kiddle: Woman" It is « pro duction that offers splendid opportuni ty- for I I ' unusual force that makes wp Ka . - dramatic p iwor. drama of modem society, of tho differ ences of men and women and of thej struggles of each under unusual condi tions. g LlUa Olrik is the name of the charac-1 «1er that Madam Kaiich portrays in •Mrs. Olrik is | of refinement and a lead such she } It is a "The Riddle: Woman. a woman in society and as will bo seen In some gorgeous: Bn l unusual gowns designed for the star by the famous Lady Duff Gor don DEAR ME.'' At tlie Playhouse on January 12, 13. It with the usual matinee on Wednes «Ig y, John G olden will present Grace La Hamilton as co-stars in Jomcdv o^optlmism "Dear Me." writ ten by Luther Reed and Halo Hamilton \flilch wilt instantly make a hit with Wilmington playgoers. The story of the play must not be divulged at his time. Suffice to say, however, that il relates to the Inmates mid operating of a home for artistic and 1 Herat y failures, founded by a rich nun whoso eon failed lamentably as mu « rl stud- nt In Paris. Miss LaRue plays •April' the maid of all work and Hale Hamilton is the star boarder of Um in sUtulioD. .treats for ttie engagement went on stt ■ this morning • JOHN DREW. John Drew easily among tlie very fust, of tlie American actors of the day is lo honor Wilmington theatregoers S»y IBs presence at the Playhouse the Lift two days of next week In the threc m , comedy "Tlie Cat-Bird" adapted în.m the Rupert Hughes story. •THE GRIM GAME." Thrills of the most daring kind will suffice to satisfy the appetite for en tertainment of those patrons wit« visit Fie Queen Theatre at any 'lime during On; remainder of tlie week for the ut 'IraTion will bo Houqinl In hie latest ! }>roduotlon "The Grim Game." ■ Hoiidtnl is the handcuff king. He has won fame ell over the world with tils amazing ami mystifying manner of free ing hhnseif from the most Ingenious and clever of manarles and gtralghV Jackets ever Invent«! for conllntng man. "The Grim Game" Is tho first picture tn which he has appeared in some time. It is a story written by Arthur B. Reeve the famous creator of Craig Ken nedy and with tho usual genius of the author. Mis of a mystery most pro found and thrilling. "St AREET DAYS." The D W. Griffith and Arbuckle pic tures which have been showing sine« Monday .it the Majestic are this day e.n ti ring the last portion of their original ly scheduled week's nm with tho Im (■rcsslon being that still gntater success »waits them. "îx-arlet Days" which Is the title of tho GriOlUt feature i» a romane« of the j oidon West, a story of life, love and ad-; venture wilt! Richard BarUielmees. Clarlne Seymour Carol Dempster, Ralpli ! •Graves a» the four Interpreters of the i.-adtng rokts. 11 Fatty Arbuckle'« plelime 1» "The Oa rage" the funniest vehicle yet given Hie rotund comedian, 11 Is just one liugli upon another with no resting g p«II in between lo recover composure ard dignity. _ Beginning Monday of noxl week Ger lidine Farrar will bo seen In her latest. »rodueUon "The Flame of the Desert." | j Alice Joyces very latest picture ' «laves of Pi-klr" which has Just been released for public exhibition will be the attraction at Hi« Rialto Theatre for This feat- ! "SLAVES OF PRIDE U the remainder of the week. i ure speaks very favorably for Hie of 1 ' forts of the Rlàjto management to give the beet and most worthy lu their pa trons with their favorite, star». Miss Joyce always play» at the Rialto and her coming I» always lookml forward to • by the patrons of the theatre. AT THE GARRICK. • Wellington Cross, the. musical com« \ dy favorite. Is interesting patrons at • the Garrick Theatre this week, where • bis new vaudeville offering is a feature. He is assisted by a «.lexer company, ali of whom are. artists. They include Miss eg Nan Reli and Mary Allen, Cecil Ar •. nold and Billy Dooley, the dancing co j'median The »ct is w-ell styled a revue of song, comedy and dancing, all uf which are features. Mr. Gros« is not only a capable comedian, with a good voloc and a lot of natural wit, but ho DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Every box office record that was ever ! established for this community was shattered by the crowds that Just Jam i, med the Victoria Theatre yesterday, and • Bt different times the crowds that could ''not gel into the lobby of the theatre and waited In line for admission stop ped traffic. Thls, Fairbank's latest and one of his best pictures, he ever appeared In. kill* nil superstitious ideas, if the étalement j I • ■ is also a man- of pleasing personality, which is a favorite with any audience. BRAIN TESTS By Snm Loyd 7 MINUTES TO ANSWER Tills, No. .-108. "Talking about North Po ts," re marked McManus, "here's a tudy in poles that would give even Ur. to-ok a headache. "In building a f«nce around my square lot I And that if 1 put the poh s Iw feet apart I shall be »hyi 110 poles, whereas if t plant them two yards apart, 1 shall have 90 poles left over. Now who can tell how many square feet there aro in my lof." ANnAVER TO NO. 307. Accurdiog to the data Hjp doctor must hav<- started his dash 600 miles from the Polo with 110 dogs. Copyright, 1919, by Sam Loyd.) . n l Ùj f i , • f > f « / i / ■> h , „ -ra ; k 5 sued m mm i I ,, .LICE JOYCE ! *KM>W* VlWQAMg Cur Pride caused Brewster Howard to marry Pntiiela. but Pride prevented him from de claring his love or making any ghow of hie affection, tried to humble his pride and ona man lost hla life; hot Pride was How this Howard He loved her; Patricia not »haken. imiubled ts vividly portrayed In "Slaves of PlW with ABce WRS Joyce a* star» \1 THE RIALTO of an eminent psychologist is to bo taken seriously, that nine out of-every ten people In this great big world are made miserable because of tho fear of superstition In one form or another, Douglas Fairbanks is doomed to he a mighty gloomy young mau for Hie bal ance of his natural days. Norma Tulmadge in "The Isle of O r quest" «i'UpJcd by John Eigprson and AnIU- Door. • from Arthur Hornblovv's famous novel, "By Right of Conquest," will be the feature attraction at the Vic toria next week. U 1» a story of a Brave Girl's Fight for Happiness and an absorbing drama, that strikes straight lo lh,i heart. "THE BROKEN BUTTERFLY." That the public Is always Interested in .the beet in photoplays has been strikingly demonstrated by crowded houses at every performance at the Savoy Theatre, in the showing of their double program throughout the week. Maurice Toumear's sensational master piece, "Th« Broken Butterfly," adapted frdhi Penelope tCnipp'P f.ntitus novel. "Murccnc,'" Is à masterpiece of direc torial genius. "The Broken Butterfly" is an intesely human and absorbing story, which has lent itself readily to transformation lo the screen. The pathos of the vlrgln-hoærted girl who gave all to the man she loved, was branded a scarlet woman by a narrow minded and bigoted woman who tried to brutalize hop oensllivo nature and break her spirit, and was driven lo self deslruellon. Is overwhelming In its intensity. It is a picture that every niother and daughter should see and remember. - r w. D ( CLUB SOCIAL. T f, e ^ v . D. C. Club composed of aieiii bora of the senior class of the duPont |fj K h School, began Its s activities by holding n dance at tin; Green Lantern, T.layinont, on Monday evening. Music was furnished by some 0 f Wilmington's most t.ilcnlcj nius (elans. Among those in-csctit were: Misses Elhjl Danscnbakcr; Anmt Dan zonbaker, Amy Casey, Alice Houpes, Isabel Tammany, Marian Murphy, Jessie Peoples, Hazel lluqffilitvys Jtary Ban ard, Louis« Foster. Jane Bradley. Elsie Johnson. Ethel Jon «, Elsie Helen Volk«, Marjory Casey, Grace Hutton, Catherine ander. Marie Orlscom, Emma Daniels, Grace Ridings, Josephine Orldinc. Ruth Warren. Jos phlne Graham, Ethel Casey, Margaret Riggs, Frances Gamble. Kath erine Casey, Esteiio Taynlor; Messrs. Emerson Maxwell, James McDowell, Robert Gamble, Dick Torblt, Edgar Peoples. Ernest Peoples, Harold Rigas, Norman Lewi«, William Hahbsrt, Jr„ nrice AVHcolt, Dale Swartz, Jack Mor rls. Dlllwyn Parrish, Fred Whltely, Howard Baldwin, Lewis Armentrout, Eugene Smith, Garrett Hanby, Harry Layman, Harry Grossly, James FoN. Springer Benson, Mr. Kraus», Mr, and Mrs. William Talley. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. John Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whflely, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ramsay. Mrs. Husbands, Mr. Straw bridge. Mrs. diaries Corless . )ii of soelai Lewis. Volk«. Lillie Alex . . , t « ufw^jear, lb* members °[ ,h e club show greater interest than cv ? r - , ,, ... A» usual, the entertainment oommlt * in * Promised a good program at , the next meeting of tho club, tomorrow- j evening. Wlille all programs are In structive snd interesting. Hie one lo bo given tills week is expected to be * lnil|, . le ln WH \,. ,V" 1 ?f' ln I? 1 , , t ' 1 lec «Jî. foMows; Walter G. Miller, 1 L. May E»«n harL Norman Hastings. , *'! ,s a nt mib«r }• , ra i nP h rt rn ■ ,s , 0 >l' , ' < 'h-'d to "ÎJ** 0 b,K , ". 1 : M''tid.ers ol t o club 1,1 glvc 11 min slrel show. Tim re 5,7. "e" ar T l ' ,n<1 . ^ ,|i , 1 0 * ,e rerformn-s \ good 1 ,'* Lr i .I 1 ''/ '.'to" 1 p r °cure«t for Hie evening. Rcfreslinienls will be served. Taking al! in all. Hie ranged so that every member will have an enjoyablo lime, whether he dances or not. It is customary to decorate the club |rooms f foe each meeting. A surprise uvvaitH, «!L tins time, fur I hour jn charg e of decorating aro displaying rmtnh-Tnlh>i>iasni in their efforts to make the rooms attractive. The officers elected for 1920 are: A. Raymond Jackson, president, re-elected ; John ?. Funnies, vice-president; Wal ter G. Miller, secretary and treasurer; Myrtel Davis, recording secretary. « HA ER-FI.EETWUOD. Miss Lillian J. Grycr, of No. 821 Mor row street and Ueolia F. Fleetwood, of No. 605 Washington street, ried yesterday morning at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward J. Cry er by the Rev. George White Dawson Only a few intimate friends , of the bride and groom present. DEArOM (tH.LEGE CU R. To tlie Bcacom College Club Hie new year opens up a broad horizon of op portunity. for without question, the general situation shows great prospects for 1920 and thereafter. With Hie elec tion 'if pew officer« aud. inspired by the reflect program is ar vvertj mar were PAROLE YOUTH WHO DROVE OFF AUTO Changing his pica of not guilty to one of guilty of the larceny of an automo bile, Joseph Mace. 17 years old, wag pa roled to Officer Frank Stout for two years, and fined 8100 anti costs by Judge Conrad In Court of General Ses sions yesterday afternoon. Mace took the fmachlne from Fifth and Jefferson streets recently, together with two oth er youths and drove to Reading where they were arrested. Mac« was reprimanded .by tho court and was allowed four months in which to make restitution and to pay a One of 81(k) and cost«. Edward O'Conner, one of the two youths who accompanied ..Mace when the automobile was stolen, fold how he and another youth named Wood, had taken the car, and with Mace's as sistance had driven it to Poltevtlle, Pa., where M ood had told them ho wished to visit friends. They were apprehend ed In Reading on their way back .to this city, and O'Connor and AVood proha itloned by the Juvenile Court to Pro bation Officer Stout, Mace being held for the upper court. The hall bond iff forfeited and a capias ordered return able forthwith. Samuel Barry was STEM V AN -JOHNSON . Mjss Emma Williams Sullivan, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sullivan of Richardson Park, and Raleigh James Johnson of tills city were married fin January J, in tho Richardson Park M. K. parsonage by the Rev. George 'V. Hounds. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left on a wedding trip to Washington, D. C, They will bo at home to their friends on or about January 15, at Richardson Park. Mr. Johnsen Is a salesman for the Wil mington Furniture Company, Ninth and King streets. ANNO! ME ENGAGER EN T. Mrs. Rebecca Wolters announces the engagement of lier daughter Mies Ma hl« Wolters lo Louis Holfistoln of this city. No dato has been set for the wedding. „ , . . * «V. >■ - * « MISS LEVY TO BE BRIDE. A marriage license was granted to Dr. Benjamin F, Yarowsky, dentist, of Fourtti and Poplar streets and Miss Re gina Levy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levy, of No 6<k> Broome street, yesterday by Magistrate Barnet Gluck man. The wedding will take place at the homo of Mies Levy on Sunday. Both Miss l>cvy and Dr. Yarowsky are prominent Iu tho younger social set in tills city. " CLUE PARCEL POST. The What So Ever Club and West minster Guilds, of Eastlnke Presbyterian Church met wt Mm home 0 « Mrs*darae* McGowan, No. 507 Concord avenue on Mondav evening. At the business ses- • sinn Hie What So Ever Club decided to ( hold a parcel post party the first week of February at the home of Mrs. George Patterson, No. Ill West Thirtieth street. After a short business meeting the eve-1 litng was spent in social diversions. TO CONDUCT SOUP SALE. The. Ladles' Aid Society of Bellefonte M E. Church will conduct a "soup sale" tomorrow morning at the home ..f Mr«. Linford Cqfiper. The sale wilt at 9 o'clock and continue until "l> Tlcidmf vdgclable soisp tWii-'h« Start nook sold at 25c a quart. EVENING COMPANY. An enjoyable evening was spent at j the home of Miss Anna M. Simpkins. , of No. 1115 West Sixth street, on Mon day, when she entertained her Sunday School class. The evening was spent In games and music. Violin solos were played by Master Walter Frank, fri'shraents were served. those present were Leon deValingcr, James Marlin, Walter Re Ralph Jones, , ... . Frank, Willard lixlcfeld and Edgar Sparks. PIOSEER9 GIVE DAM.B. An enjoyable danoo \'as given in the New Century Club last night by the Benevolent Pioneer Literary Associa tion. The hall was prettily decorated In evergreens. The danco was well at tended. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT. The engagement of Joseph F. Lynch, of No. 1910 Union street, and Miss Kath erine Belhke, of No. 329 East Fourth •(r.et, has been announced. The wed ding will take place on January 21. Roth Mr. Lyucli and Miss B thke have a largo circle of friends. Mr. Lynch served In the supply company of the 59th Pioneer Infantry, having enlisted at the outbreak of the war. He Is now Ith the Joseph Bancroft and Sons Company. w ntllLi: CLASS SOCIAL. A busincis and social meeting of Young Meal's Bible Glas« of Bethel Sun day School will bo held at No. 410 East Twelfth street this evening. ANMA ERSARY LUNCHEON. The Twentieth Century Club of Smyr na, has decided to have its birlhday luncheon on Tuesday, February 17. If You Need a Medicine You Should Have the Best Have you ever stopped to reason why j It is that so many products that arc ex -1 tenslvely advertised, all nt once drop ! out of sight and are soon forgotten2 Tho reason is plain—the article did not fulfill tho promises of the manufac turer. This applies nioro particularly tu a medicine. A medicinal preparation that has real curative value almost sells itself, as like an endless chain system the remedy 1» recommended by those who have been benefited, lo those who are in need of It.. A prominent druggist says "Take for example Dr. Kilmer's bwamp-Root, a preparation 1 have sold for many years and never hesitate to recommend, for in almost every case It shows excellent, re sults. a» many of my customers testify. No other kidney remfdy has so large a sale." According to sworn statements and verified testimony of thousands who have used the preparation, the success of Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact, so many people olalni, ttiat it fulfills almost every wish in overcom ing kidney, liver and bladder ailments, corrects urinary troubles and neutral izes Hie uric acid which causes rheu matism. You may receive a sample bottle of Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address I« Kilmer J Co., Binghamton. N. Y., aud enclose ten cents; also mention the W llmlnfton Journal. Large and med ium size bottl«s for sale at all drug «lores. Social and Personal ] Soles * I Magistrat« Barnet oiuckman last night issued a marriage license to William F. Siattory«of No. 830 Kirkwood street, and Miss Josephine Agnes LcFashion, of No. 323 East Ninth street. A. Lynam SattorthwaUe has returned to Cornell L'nlverslty after spending ; the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Satterlhwaite, of Stanton. Miss Alice Royve, A. N. C., of Fort McHenry, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John W. Beatty, In tills city, has returned to Fort McHenry, Dr. and Mrs, O, M. Hamby, of this city, heard Caruso &t the Metropolitan Grand Opera House iu Philadelphia on Tuesday night. Miss A. Leona Schweinhart, of No. 905 Jackson street and Miss Laura Muh Ihausen, of No. 903 Jackson street will leave on next Monday for Pasa dena, Calif., where they expect to Join Miss Margaret Schvveiuhart and Miss Jane Davis. Miss Cynthia Keamon Je. the guest of her parents in Petersburg. Alan Scarborough spent the past week-end in Chcswold, R. W. Jackson spent the past week end in Dover. Mrs. William Wood and daughter, Emily, recently spent several days In Leipsic. Jester Smith visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, at Leipsic, last week. Dr. Robert H. Cubberiy will return lo Wilmington tomorrow after an absence of two weeks at Boston and New Bed ford, Mass, Roy Jones spent Hie past week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Milton Montague In Hartiy. Walter final'll hag Y>c«n tho guest of relatives in MijXuril. Miss Frances Scvil of Clayton has been visiting friends fiere. Miss Eva Wlngnlo is visiting lier par ents In Harrington. ■ Miss Minnie Mitchell recently spent several days last week in Hartiy. Mr, and Mrs. Willard Reed of'Kenton have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Chapelle in this city. Samuel B. Richardson of Kenton spent the past week-end with friends here. A w \ B ypiek. v* '»I § V % r > il \ Ik. . ' f i WiyH & P I r*> / RV 1 # V Wa ih « No I J* Alcohol Or Dangerous Drugs—60 Years in Use. ] LOCAL SECURITIES I I j Laird and Company. duPont Building, I I furnish the fot.owlng quotations of local Securities; Did Asked 1 .. 93 94 i ..370 380 1 duPont Debenture .... duPont Common (new) duPont Common (old) duPont Chemical prof Hercules pref . 9 I ! ' ilfiii 110 J j 10V4 ; Hercules Commua Atlas pref . Atlas Common .i53 .224 230 MM -• j NEW YORK CO'ITON. NEW YORK, Jan ». (Un'ted Press.)- i The cotton market opened IIrm today. • January soliT;i8.i0. uji 32: March 30.75,1 up 27; May .35.25 up 33; July 32.40, up 12 and October 30.75, up 27. 157 MUtKET IRREGILAR TODAY. , NEW YORK, Jan. 8. (United Press.)— Prices were Irregular at the »lock mar-I ket opening today. United states Steel opened at 1064«. up '4: Crucible 216, un changed; Studebaker 110%, off H; Mex ican Petroleum 211%, unchanged; Beth lehem B„ 98%, uchfenged; Texas Com pany 222, unchanged; Republic 118%, off % ; Cuba (ame 53%, up "4. and In dustrial Alcohol 113%, up Vi. LIVERPOOL COTTON. LIVERPOOL, Jan. 8 (United Press.)— Spots opened In fair demand today with . , , . , I prices steady, hates amounted td S00o I bales. There were no receipts. Fu tures opened quiet j American middlings fair, 34.49; good | middlings, 31.24; full middlings, 29,90; I middlings, 28.74; low middlings, 26JO; j good ordlnfiry, 23.24; ordinary. 22.24. I CHICAGO CHAINS. CHICAGO, Jan 8. (United Press.)— j Opening grain: Corn, Jan., 110)4; May, 136*4; July. 134. U&ts, May. 84?* : July. 77%. W ARNER COMPANY DIVIDENDS. The regular quarterly dividend No. 68. ■ of «1.75 pet' share, on the tlrst and sec ond preferred capital stock of the Charles Warner Company of Delaware lias been declared. This dividend is paytable January 22, to holders of reo 1 LAFF With False Teeth? SURE Dr. Wernet's Powder Kmm th«m firm. Prf»«ati «or* vubu. While. Flavored. Aatiieptii. !f your dental plate is loose or Irops, to get instant relief use Jr. Wemet's Powder regularly. I ou can eat, laugh, talk with ease, tuarantead by Wernet Dental Mfg. Co., 16 Beckman St., N. Y. 25c, 50c, 4 $1.00. At Drug and Department Stores. Refus« vtitctlo-».. / hi. . t nowdor = isajaKSSssssstœ^r^^^^ MsrKDt A Special Issue Talks J of our Weekly - Market Talks will || be devoted exclusively to ■ I RAILROAD SECURITIES SI Southern Pacific Southern Railway Pennsylvania Baltimore & Ohio N. Y. Central New Haven and others Send for Free Copy WJ-24 to -1 II i II II II I t . •; ! g WINSLOW TAYLOR & CO. I 413 51 \RKET ST. Telrphone 767. Wllminftnn. s= January Investments Ve offer, subject to-prior sale and change in market price, the following list of bonds: PUBLIC JTILITY AND INDUSTRIAL B >NDS Approx. Price. Yield Rate. Maturity. Dec. I. 1940 May 1, 2014 Feb. 1, 194« Oct. 1, 1939 June 1, 1943 Jan. 1, 1936 Oct. I, 1941 Feb. 1, 1919 Jan. I, 1942 Oct. 1, 196« Mar 1, 1930 ■ Jan 1, 1947 Apr. 1, 1941 "7 7 30 Atlantic Fruit Co. Debenture. American Gas A Electric. Deb. American Telegraph A: Telephone. Coll. Tr. i leveland Electric Illuminating. 1st. toommonwealth Edison (Chicago). 1st. Consumers' Power Co. 1st and Ref. .. International Mercantile Marine.v. New York Telephone. Debenture. Pacific Gas fi Filed ric. Gen. and Ref. Philadelphia Electric. 1st. Southern Power Co. 1st ,. . United Stales Rubber Co. 1st and Ref. .... Wilson A Co. 1st... ! 9t 6 30 6 ' 83H « SO à 89 0.00 ö 0.00 88 h 0 'Hi 89% «40 95 0 0 35 95(4 82 <rj 92'j US * « ft 25 5 5.80 5 6 00 5 5M 7 I 8814 us 8 RAILR }AD BONDS 84 Too July 1, 1925 July 1, 1929 Apr 1, 1946 Apr. 1. 1950 June 1, 196S Jan 1, 1997 July 1, 1994 Jan 1, 195.5 May 1, 1962 3H Baltimore 4 Ohio Prior Lien .... Baltimore A Ohio 10 Y'r. Secured Chesapeake 4 Ohio Convertible . Kansas City Southern. Ref. Pennsylvania. Gen. Mtge.. Reading General .. Southern Railway. 1st. Southern Pacific. Ref. Virginian Railway. l»t... 9114 r n 6 8d 7.00 I 92%' h 10 A 5.40 74 5 00 80 4 5 75 fi M 58 s . 4 Ik u S SH3RT TERM NOTES r m Feb. 1. 1922 Nov. i, 1923 Aug. 1, 1924 Jan. 1, 1921 Jan. 1, 1929 Sept. 1. 1920 Feb 1, 1922 Apr. 15, 1922 Aug 1, 1922 Aug. 15, 1921 Doc. 1, 1921 All statements in Uuy circular arc baaed on information which wc regard as reliable, but do not guaronto«. « American Telegraph A Telephone American Tobacco . ('anadian Northern Railroad. Unban-American Sugar. Ijaclwie Ga« Co.. New York Central. Philadelphia Co. ... Province of Ontario.. R J Reynolds Tobacco. Swift A Co.. ..... . • Toledo Traction A Light 102 »4 6 n 7 98 Vs 6.40 6 100H 5.45 6 7.30 98V* 7 ft 0 i 100V4 8 7 ÇNI 97 <■ 6.30 • 5 -' 98.30 6.10 ft 9944 6.00 6 tOO'-a 7.60 7 LAIRD & COMPANY Members New York Stock Exchange WILMINGTON, DELAWARE DU PONT BUILDING *1 t tbt » ord December 31, 1019. Dividend checks will be mailed. A dividend of «1 per share on [common capital stock of Charles Wor ner Company, lias hen .i'dared. nils dividend is payable January 15. 19*0, to ho" of 'record December Ji. 1919. Dividend checks will be mailed. • • t»n.miatinfi g " i Revelations. Also Pearl | NATIONAL THEATRE. Madame Nazlmova In World's greatest picture. White today.—Adv. S. P. C. A. APPEAL LAID OVER. Action on the request of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals for from « W0 to WOO t o pay penses until the end of the I suii year in June, v as once again laid over by City Council last night. Il vas broadly Intimated the society is anxious to torn Us entire work to the city Itself. over .. NATIONAL THEATRE. Maflamc Nazlmova In World's greatest picture. Also v White today.—Adv. "Revelations," IN MEBCORIAM. In loving memory of George W. Springer, who departed this life January 8, 11K4: When the evening ahadea are gathering, And we ait alt alone. Into my heart there cornea a longing. If he only could come home. Wife, Daughter, Slaters aud Brother.* IX MKMOKIAM. In loving remembrance of our dear mother, K. Jane Davie, w ho departed this life January ts, me; _ £}ra /"ft " tJSS* ncr children : Mr,. Krank W. Todd, D. Clinton Darla, Mrs. Frank S. Hath» CABD OF THANKS. We wish to thank relatives anil friend*. Mr. Oteen nnd Mr. Flynn, also employes, for floral offerings and sympathy during receut bereavement of Alexander val Bruthers nnd Sister*. our i_ eutlne. DID YOU EVER USE SLOAN'S? Keep II Handy tm Promote Proiapt Re lief l' rom Rheumatic Pains and Aehes. , . , . HEN you know what Sloans Liniment will do, as -thousands of men and women the world . Ä ...in if k on( i v over know, you. too, will keep It handy, You will'use It for those "twinges of rheumatlz," for relieving that lame back, muscle stiffness and soreness, aches, all sorts of external pains, and exposure aftermaths. Only takes a little, applied without ■ rubbing. Soon penetrates, »eitle ring the congestion, bringing merciful relief to the throbbing, jumping part Three sizes—35c., <0c., el.40. An>i druggist has it. If not, we'd like to i..„. hla mme know nis name. w Uhl JL BONDS BOUGHT—SOLD—QUOTED $50-$100-$1,000 GALLEN & COMPANY, BROKERS. 717 Market Street Second Floor. Our 191» Outlook was remarkably accurate and valuable in pointing out underlying mar ket conditions and we believe this issue will equal, if not surpass its predecessor. You should read this document If latap esled In: OILS File Today Your Request for a Free Copy AVJ-5 FINANCIAL OUTLOOK FCR INDUSTRIALS AfOTORS 1920 McCALL & RILEY Company, Incorporated 1420 WALNUT STREET, PHIEA. Race 130 Telephones: Locust 3760 New York Direct Private Wires Harrisburg IN MKMOKI.\M. In (ud l.ut loving roim-ni braue« of our Ip.-ir fattn r. Peter A. Hallen, win» il parted Mil* life January ». 1M«. Badly mlase.l by auu anil (taught«»».* « , n „ ai , b ut loving remembrance of oar dear motbeu **wbo departed I' 1 * 1 » urc JUI No one knows bow much we miss yon. So one knows the tear» we ahed; Von were always kind and good, mother, ' tUat W ..1,1-I always forget and forgUe. Daughter, Alma Davis Todd.» IX MKMOKIAM. How to Make a Gray Hair Remedy Mrs. Macklc, the well-known New York actress, now a grandmother, and whose hair Is still dark, recently made the following statement : "Gray streaked or faded hair c&u be immediately turned black, brown or light brown, whichever shade you desire, by the use of the fol lowing' simple remedy that you can make at home: "Merely get a box of Orlex powder at anv drug store. It costs very Utile and no extras to buy. Dissolve it in 4 or. of distilled or rain water and comb It through the hair. Full direc tions for use come In each box. One box will last you for months. •it Is safe, does not rub off. is not sticky or greasy, and leaves the hair fluffy. It will make a gray-halred per son look many years younger."_ Sines and Welch Florists 212 AVF.ST EIGHTH STREET. Cut Flowers and Funeral Design» a Specialty. D. A A. 5672. DEATHS. HOLMAN—On January 7, 1020, John W Holman, aged 73 year*. Funeral from M* late residence, Gordon Heights, near Wilmington, on R«tnrd»y. January 10, at » o'clock. Services and In terment at Lancaster, Pa., Saturday after , at 2.30 o'clock, without further no noon bovveks—T n tbt. city, on January 7. 19 o 0> william J. Bowers, aged 73 year*. Due notice of funeral will be given. TAYLOK—In this city, on January C, IW»> Joseph Taylor, hn.band of the Ute Kate .o. Taylor. Interment at .«*• PeteF. cemetery Ke^v CnBfle, on Friday afternoon, at 1 ociock. jjjll—I n Landeubnrg, 1*«., on January «. 1920 , George K. Sill, 1 of Mill Croek hun deed, Del., «ou of Charlee H. and Lea;, Reî.hm^'aud friend, .re Invited to me< the f UQe rai -at Ked clay creek Chnrch. on Saturday afternoon, January JO. Service at . o clock. Interment!., CLARK—In this city, on Janaary «, 1ÖS Annie R., wife of William R. Clark, age and friend* are invited le at ([,. funeral «ervice*. at her late peel dence, No. luoe Washington »treot, on Frt day, January 9. at 2 o'clock. Inter»*»' private at \VlImlngton and BrandyVHur Marshal H. Yeatman Undertaker and Embalmer Suceessor to John B. Martin. OFFICE, 819 WASHINGTON OT. Telephone 13. FLOWERS A. B. Cartledge, Jr. 220 W. 9th sl rbe Largest Assortment of Flower» U Delaware.