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SO OVER PI
FOR NEW SCHOOi
E Clifford Nielson Re
elected Chief of Newark
Volunteer Fire Co.
FUND OF «700 TO
MAINTAIN CHURCH
-cured the deed for the
is property on Academy street, b' -
, recently pur
proposed new
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the bulM
\ nferen will be held *pdn
ptlaloAuxiilary Gommiuee re.
fiance in building
M th- m-'etin« of the v«x\ .--nturv
Club on Tuesday. Mrs J. Pearce Cann
shalrman of' Arts and Craft-, was in,
charge, and a talk oil industrial m t
was given bv Miss Worenee »Hibbard. .
art Instructor tn the Women's fiolh ge. !
M-. Kraut. Sheppard, of Wilmington,
wad a paper on -Yulollde." Al th«
meeting o the club next week, Mrs.
Jna Perkins, Supervisor of Child VW1
G re for New Castle county, and Miss
Sckwood, county narre, will bo the
Zubers.
T?ic Aetna Hook and Ladder Com
pany has elerled Hv following offlrrra
for the ensuing year: President, S. u. \
Herdmsa; vice-pc evident. Charles L , ,
vfedlll ; secretary. Charles Oohncry ; I
'.reasurt-r, A. L. Beals; chief, E, Clifford j
Wilson ; assistant chl<*fs, Elmer J.
SUIsoa and Charles P Steel; plpomen.
fbirry Hill. Wllruer Hcnshavv, William
hing. Benjamin Devonshire and L. 15.
■Till; 1 11 rectors. Robert S Osllsher. J.
Pearce Cann. Ernest Frazer. Frank M.
button and George I. Dumall.
The dwelling house on the farm
known as the "Delaawre Duckery," and
occupied by Charles Mealy and family.
•vas burned to the' ground on Monday
The fire Is supposed to have been
caused by a defective flue.
Mrs. Mary A. Gooch and Francis A.
Jooch, of Newark, Edward W. Coochr
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Spec d |o The Evening Journal.
NEW \RK. Jan ».—The Board of F.iTu
cation lias
Lew
lew Dciaw.ip
irfiasod as li
avonm*
for the
Mgh school.
Tseealij
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the plans for
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alive to flnanchd
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of Wilmington, and Mrs. Caroline C.
Sehofleld, of Ppcomoke Culy. Md.. hnVh
placed ?7U0-tir Liberty Ronds In trust
for the malnlonartfce of Penc-ader Pres
byterian Church, at Glasgow. It will
b-' known a« tin- Edward W.-bb Me
morial Fund, tn memory of ihe Rev.
Edward W. W'bb, father of Mrs Mary
X. tsjnch, ,wiio was pastor of tile
church from 1 Ht'.-l to 1871.
M the Newark Presbj-ierh! Glniroh. ,
on Sunday mom tag, a special service
i,-'ll Mechanics, who will attend In a .
w r-' , . „ , r .
V' '•* 1 " • * • George \,
Hstkt have been elected by the con
ar r ,-g:|t!oli of St. Thomas' Episcopal
church, delegates -t-o the I docesnn Con
aeno'on to be hold nt Dover. January
li to elect a Bishop to si'rcced Bishop
F r <*dirlck J. Kinsman It. Lee Rose
md Louis L. Curtis weit- elected altér
ssl'-s.
Tli^iJiautauquv Reading Circle will
»el Till* evening at ihe home of Miss
\I'C- Ivvrr.
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Jlrly of flic Presbyterian Church will
71» t till* evening at the homo of Mrs.
srnesl Frazer
Ivy I i*tle. No. 'JJ, K'llgllK of the
•olden Fade, will me» 1 Saturday night
,, Install the newly ejected officers.
Miss fere»a Mathews, of LeUaysvllle,
'a. appointed assist rt to M'ss H ill.
lioMIJaii at Delaware College, assumed
Te- ii idles this week.
Mr. and Mu. J Stanley Frazer a»e
receiving congratulations on the lilrlh
of a son.
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OFFER $4 FOR
MUSKRAT II DSS
Trappers in Tower County
Holding Fur^ for Higher
Market
FARM IMPLEMENTS
BRING HIGHER PRICES
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TOWNSEND, Jan H.-nn, Tuesday a
jolty fur dealer raus d a sensation
among local trappers when tie offered
f4 for muskrat hides and ?'-'J for mink
skins This flattering offer caused the
*nt f (took. Moat of them
awaiting the highest market price,
which usually comes the middle of Feh
, r#pper< aft t taking bn Invm
1«? ot hls stock <•* furs. •»■'« »•« *>ad
*»» "<>rlh of fur under lock and key.
Announcement t* made pf tim mar
Oge of Mis. Sadie Carroll and William
"" v «-1d. both of Townsend, at the M E
l«reonage. Srny.-m on Sunday öfter
n^n Occember 28? by the Hev. J E.
Nlc,,0 '*' Th« young couple were given
a variety shower on Monday evening at
' h * , ' om * ° r ^ hrtde s parenU and re
««•ved many handsomeund useful gift s.
lh 7,. ü, ft f T Wo " t,b '"' y N ' J -
on Wednesday, vvh
ln c ,b ''' j! 1 î ur ®1 -
. ^oond-hand form implements arc
hrlftfflhsr more than their original cost
at some of the farm sales now being
b, 'ld In lower New Castle county.
Although labor Is expectud to be
morn plen.l.ul In tlio "P' iig, soin ' of
hc timers In bis mcadfy oro- talk
of reducing their • re of truck
«r°P» because the dlfllcully of goU
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retiring officer* for the work done dur
ing the past year. Rev. Joseph A. Lee.
I>. D, of St. Peter's 11. C. Church, pre
sided. ,
Following are the officers elected
Chaplain. Rev. Joseph A. Lre. D. D. ;
pres'dewis
presidents, Atrs. John L
Nell E. K
Special to The Evening JournaL
(hey will reside
LADIES OF CIIAKITV lilt I .
The annual eloollon of officers vvus
held -hy the Ladb-s of Charity at a large
ly attended meeting yesterday aftcr
lu I Ml III \l\ AGED WOMEN.
Members of the Ella Tha-'hc;- W. C.
It. r. win go t© tit
Women, PosrU»-: 1; md
Mrs. Walter J. Young; vire
Malone, Mrs
Miss Frances Collins,
Mrs. Edward K. GFtimlish; seert-tary,
{.Miss Mary Elizabeth Regan; treasurer.
Mrs. John H. MlnntrU.
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Alkali In Soap
Bad For the Hair
Soap should be used very carefully, If
you want to keep your hair looking its
Most soaps and prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali. This
dries the sralp, makes the hair brittle,
and ruins it.
The best tiling fur si, ally use Is Slul
slfled cocoanut oil shampoo which Is
pur» and grcaseless), and Is belter Ilian
anything el»» you can ns».
One or two teaspoonfuls will cleans-;
ihe hair und scalp thorough;.-, < mply
moisten the hair with water and nh it I
n. It mikes an abundance of rich. :
creamy lather, which rinses ont easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and excessive oil. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves
the scalp soft and the hair flee and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
to manage.
You can get Mulstfled cocoanut oil
shampoo at any plia macy, it's very
cheap, and a few ounces will supply
every member of Ihe family for months.
best.
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C*\vM « M.rfc«**ur'i IHdiimin dBpu«4.
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"Uncle Harry, what kind of people
live In Australia?" asked Joe.
•'I suppose," answered Uncle, Harry,
."that because Australia is away way
off alll , lh ,. r „ art of lhe wor , d . and
becauge about ltl „ on |y thin« that most
,, f „„ klluV , ;l i )0 ut Australia Is that it
•„ tho native home of the kangaroo—
I suppose because of this gen-ral lack
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., , , - \ustralla is called, la a wild
land uncivilized place such as we might
expeclMo Und in the heart of Africa."
-Hut isn't Australia the home of the
kangaroo?" asked Joe.
(THE KANGAROO IF THESE CTff5 KEEP I
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"Yes', that, is true." replied Uncle
Harry "but Australia U alao the home
of about live million wide-awake, ng
.; ,,slv. pep!, who have built a num
ber of very line, big cities, and quite
i number of line smaller towns. As
for the Australians, themselves, several
of my friends who we no in Franco with
the army and got acquainted with a
number of the Australian and New
Zealand troops, have told me that the
Australians and the N«vv Zealanders i
were more like our American soldiers |
H,■ v ,,f th - , titer I - amp*- in Europe.,
One other friend made this remark : 1
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and supper dishes :—
Star Ham (The Ham What Am).
Devonshire Farm Style Sausage.
Sliced Bacon with
UaSSift Eggs for Breakfast.
MAN said to me, 'Since the High Cost of Living has hit us,
my wife buys ONLY standard foods; she has to be sure
of the quality of her dollar's worth.' *
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People who have solved the question of economical marketing
keep an Armour Oval Label Shelf-in the pantry, always stocked.
It solves the constantly perplexing problem of 'what to serve.'
To use the Armour Oval Label as a marketing guide Is true thrift, '
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Salmon, Tuna Fish, Lobster,
Shrimp, Sardines, Pork
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Start the New Year on a Business Basis
with an Armour Oval Label Shelf in vbur Pantry
For dessert or the breakfast
fruit course :—
Armour's touted Apricots,
Peaches, Cherries, Black
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Jams and Jellies.
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Armour* scoohingand table
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(SVgrfr.* Butter.
Simon Pure" All Leaf Lard,
Vegetole (vegetable shortening).
lÆüSëïF Oil (tor salads and tor
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Armour's Oleomargarines.
h-u/ad Evaporated Milk.
fAdad Extract of Beef.
hudad Vanilla, Orange an<
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proper foods to furnish a health-building, satisfying cold
weather diet. The Armour Oval Label guarantees food
qualify. Good dealers everywhere carry a complete supply
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Manager Wilmington Branch Houte.
Telephone t). & a, 563.
For any Jnrormation on cooking, recipes, or household economics
write to Dept, of Food Economics, Armour and Company, Chicago
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'From what I have sen of the Aus
tralian soldiers they arc more nearly
of the hardy, pioneer type of Ameri
West and Southwest, that is. they are
more like the Lincoln type than prac
tically any of our own Americans of
today'."
"Won't you ten' us Fuwething more
about Australia?" nsU d Helen.
"I'll bo very glad to," said Unde
Harry, "because front what 1 have read,
relations betwe-n our country und Aus
' dla .ml V.
much closer from now on'than lia y
were before the war "
"In size Australia Is larger than the
Unit«*a alale*» nut iiu iiifliriK Alaska,
but the population, while it has grown
quite rapidly H. recent years is today
less ttian that of N«w- Nork Lity, which
Is to say. about live million. You will
get some additional understanding of
Just how large .Vustralia is when I tell
you it I» about fourteen times the size
of France or Germany A'*»tralla as,
you »now, is part uf the iiiilisii
pire, but Is eclf-govcrnlnk. Just like
Canada. There are six Australian states
—New South Wales. Victoria, Queens
land. Southern Australia. Western \us-'a
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bourne Is a little over 7000 miles."
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"What do tiie people in Australia
! do?" asked Joe.
j ''First of all the Australian Indus
tries," said Uncle Harry, "is sheep I
raising. Australia is the greatest pro- ;
durer of wool hi the world.
the next two largest Industries
|cattl"-raislng and mining Australia
i Has wonderful grazing land'for cattle |
I the year around, and all kinds of metals
and precious stones are taken from the
mines. The climate Is not unlike our
1 American climate, but the seasons are
reversed—when it is winter in the
United States it Is summer in Australia.
The cities have, flue large buildings and
the cities and houses are lighted by
electricity, and life in Australia is very
much like life in the United Slates But
Australia, while rich in natural re
sources,' Is in need of large quantities
of machinery of all kinds for lurnintr
the raw Inal rials into manufactured
the war. Great Britain !
and Germany supplied most of Austra
lia's needs from Hie outside world. Now
'Australia is Importing many
from
Japan."
• -s,, y oU -,... that while Australia Is
slid the natlv land of the kangaroo, :
P-Thaps {
are j
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goods.
things
|ho United Stales and from
this lively animal has to keep on tltej
jump these days to keep, ahead of the .
growing cities and eornmuniUes. Some)
dav maybe we can take that wonderful '
■ front -all Francisco down
iront an t raipcisço uowit
til.' .'actllc lIcean and visit Aus
'tialla and New Zealand.". ;
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glad to answer Inquiries
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of the persons writing. The corre
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MAII.ROXH Bl Mt HIM <t. Hi lt\>. t
Special to The Evening Journal. ,
»ELMAR, Jan. '».-•Fli'e at th » rail
toad bunkrooni jt^terudj <jju (I.uiuk
to the extent of about 1600. The blaze •
onglnutcd from bupnlng rulmlsh onl
lu6 building. ,
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Segrch diligently the wants ids if I'oujj'«
(Want to locate a home, a business or
lost urlicle.
Editor's Note—Uncle Harry will be
s. eilm-r in this 1
HARMONY GRANGE TO
INSTALL OFFICERS
Harmony Grange will Install (he
new offifflfera -it a meeting in the
next Monday evening.
Grange Hall,
G. W. Eastburn and Ids si,iff will do
the work.
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m-s. Klhei.M B-ackin; lecturer Viré!
Deep tatni t rie Arid l».|>.i«iu \rr i»i~
ftolvfd ttml the Klifnmtlfl Poiata Ntarta
IVIIitn Twenty-I
The new otllcers follow: Worthy
master, Lawrence H P-qalng'nn; over
«oer. Eugene Woodw rd; secretary,
\ddio Klair; chaplain. Mrs. Annie fn n
nison: steward, J. Walker Pennington;
asdslnnl steward Paul M lchell; gale
keeper, Steel A'well; ce-es. Carolyn«
Peach; Pomona, Sa-a E. H- ckin: flora,
Bhnrhe Oerrlckson; lady assistant
steward Edna J Urackin; treasurer,
William P. Nauraln. .
The want ads suggest a quick and
sure way of seeur ng a position, rent-1
ing a house or Unding just the right
liome.
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Kvsry druggist In fids enmity Is uutlior
l*ml tu siiy every rheumutie suffi rer In
tbu vicinity that It' two buttles of Allen
rhll th „ , urH u f rheomstUm.
does nut s:op all agony, reduee* swollen
joints and do away with even the slight
est twinge of rheumutie putn. he will,
gladly return your money without com
ment. ,
Allenrhu bus been tried mid tested for
tlir
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tense and piteous and where the patient
lt onCl , , IU n.edi«t.iy
aft**r 3 'uu «tart to tak»» it Um booU work
b^ln«. it smirches »»uf th« uric acid d<
rteniatle ^ 'Æ'n ..it "uTTheTody ttt^ngh
„pmeys md h..» <i».
11 « niary,-l,,ug^ huw quickly it acts.
Yi,o»»i i-uiurui, all truce« disappear in -a
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years . H uffe%d r t^
tonnfiit« of acute rheumatlaui,
sufferers to know that be d«»es i.ot wi
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Your rehponulbültlei muybot per
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rlon, hea lache« and general '«»Hity
follow. Your liver ami kidnek fall
to act properly, and your blo«\ be
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a hpàlth- »lacker. Take 1111»»
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stlpAtb-n. remove indigestion, hen to
prevent rheumatism mid make V.a
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