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JOUR OF STATE Health Clown at New Castle Today and Newark Tomorrow MAKES KIDDIES LAUGH WHILE THEY LEARN Cho Clio, the heallh cio^n. will visit! ■('bools in all three couillee of Delà ware, under Uio auspice/of Delaware. Chapter of tho Red Cpas and the Junior Hed Grosij. Towis all over the country are oaklng for/Glio Uio, but ÄrfflÄ lied Cro*, Gl.r.slmus 'Cals will be giv-) cn the preference Before undertaking this heaiU. tour. (J.o Cho was given a try-out b> for one thousand physMans. at a medical convention in Atlar He City. The con vciUoii g n unai.lrnous endors, ment to Gho Cho. sa> la« his talks gave a ■ommon sense trsjn.r.g In health rules in an entertaining way that would make Ihe-ii remembered 1 pon the' doctor s recommendation ♦ho clown* was - aken up l»v the IJ-i.ar:-1 ment of the Iul-rh>r at WashUglon and ÎIÂ lias planned hl« Itinerary •.Silier Today, Cho Cho went to New Castle •e in Middletown and Newark. On Sat ,rday he will return to this oily, speak ng to the children across Third street arl.lge and at the Italian Neighborhood House. Next week ho will tour Kentj(j and Sussex counties, speaking to liw cent Red Gross enrollment schools. 0 Gho Is not an ordinary clown. nit a man who understands and loves children, and has power to Instruct while entertaining, in a way that no body has successfully Imitated. At the end of his talk he puls the children liirough an examination, when they variably remember every point he has made. Cho Cho is not a faddist with sug-; ffSStfrAM O* 1 î" think this education is not needed, they ought to have folluwe.j tlic cTbvv-n on his rounds through the city schools, Thousands of small children In this city drink tea and coffee at a.l their meals. Tooth-brushing is not so fréquent as it ought to be, even in good familiesj Gandy and pastry take Ui'- plac-e of vegetables and fruit on dl.e children s own admission. Il is no crime to laugh while| TOU learn, tt.lnks Cho Clio, so he inter 1 tricks, and the kiddles nev« - ■ • teachings. per WHAT MIKE DRANK HAD SOME KICK When ord -red from the i-iae ■ because of his misbehaviour und dru ikenness, Mike StcnkowTU, of No. 123» Apple street, poked his fist through the win 'I®*v of the store of CMofl Prokop. No. 202 Heald stroet. yesterday. As a re Milt, he was !Ino<l 125 and costs for dis* orderly conduct by Judge Hasting«, in Municipal Court this morning. • StenkowTtz had his right arm cut by the glass and had to have the wound dress d at Ihe t*e!awarc Hospital. He pleaded guilty. riTV AT IMHOMHAV All I r\ I lll/F/lll/rt I DARKNESS COVERS Due to the low dense clouds which overhung the city today, it was'neces sary to use illumination in ail offices and manufacturing establishments. Offi cers of various Wilmington Arms wese reluctant to do this becaifs ■ of low coal (•lies, but in order to continue business as usual, they were obliged to bow to the inevitable. w-re unusually .lark, the natural light being hardly better than a normal twl-|box At noon, condition» light. - • M UPRISE P ARTY. * A surprise parly was given on *Tues day evening to Miss Bertha Black in honor cf her birthday at the home of | Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Herron, No. 841 Kirkwood street. »Che evening was -pent in playing game.«. Plana selec lions were given by Mi«s Ann Simp Lins and Miss Marlon Mülls. Among those present were:. The Misse* Ann Sitnpkiv, Maude Harvey, • Florence Laws. Marlou Jacksop. Flor ence Jacksdn, Ract.el Reynard, Mildred Coe. Marion Mülls. Lillian Wilson, Edith Anderson. Helen Milli», Bertha Black. George Short, Robert Black, Thomas Leipotd, Ralph Hawk, William Camp bell. Leonard McElroy, Stanley Insley, William Conly. Howard Bromwell, Harold Houch. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Mülls, Mrs. Judson McHenry and Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Herron. I HOAIAS MT.EAt.BTE STRICKEN. James McGeachie, of No. 404 Grant avenue, a county employe, this morn ing received word that his father, Thomas MoOeachle. aged 60 years, had suffered a stroke of apoplexy In AVei tand. Ont., and was in a serious con dition. Mr. McGeachie left this after noon for Welland. The stricken man was a well known nltlzcn here until six years ago, »when lie went to Welland. He was formerly employed al the American Oar and Foundry Company. NINE AAOt LD HE PH ARAI.AC1STS. At the examination for cci lificales of qualification as licensed pharm i-clsts • o practllce In' Delaware, In Newark yesterday, nine candidates 'took the examination. The list of successful ni-ndldates will bo announced next Wednesday. » The examination at Newark was In charge of John 0. Bosley, secretary of the State Board of Pharmacists. BIBLE «.LASS MEETING The Philatlica and Baracca Class of ! the Union M. E. Church will hold its monthly meeting at No, 2202 Jessup '-treet. this evening. Aty members requested to attend. ' PI ENTÏ OF LAW TO CURB BAD SMELLS So Council "Passes the Cre matory Buck" Back to Health Board ANY CITIZEN MAY SUE, CITY SOLICITOR HOLDS Another play hag been made In thej | noble game of "passing the buck," In »0 far as it concerns stopping the un holy odors which have emanated from I (ho city garbage crematory in The Twelfth ward This time City Council 1 Jîw to th^ Boart of HeaUh lSl Kur Ihn Board nf HeaHh volnlaln^d 1 Sê queSfon ?nto rounc^ P I | At last night's kssIou of Council, sit ' ,. nif in riin , mi .. P ,, (lt «hole Cltv lio^lorHuiYcywdd Ihe ordtnanM wlci had^ a submitted to bln pro * ^ ' f or DroserutTon for rendering ' ^«Tf.orsfs at the crematory was "too lnr! .„ w Also the ordinance would 'mer/7v n ,.t the cltv in he oosll'an of contracting 1 wHh jh- garbage cormunv ifm.lth.-nwo,.!,! Lobiblt !• frotii doing the verv worl Mr. Huxley did say. however, the smells, and furthermore any private ! Cdui I and enter action. There was law „..ougb, said Mr. Huxley. What was I wanted was action. Councilman Abrahams, chairman of ie committee on health, said he had been told no dead horses had been ren dt red at the crematory since December. 15 It was reliably asserted today, how cvePi t i, al horses arc being slaughtered an( j rendered at the plant dally. It 18 the oikir from rendering animals, not garbage, which is declared to be Fh® caU8e 0 f complaints. in-- - — TtATlfGT AHOT} TCT I Ç UUUlMAUUl ItLLvJ iiirv 1 nvri o-r/iiir H1S LIFt vv. 1 ü."' ..tii'li'.', ««TO, «I U» rjgk ibeatre in this city, convulsed'. mtftiUcrs or the Rotary Glub at l weekly luncheon In the du Barry room. Hotel duPont, today, with a humorous r .. c !u ] ,.f many of the incidents in j Hfp Js an atcor, bath house proprietor, theatre owner and manag r. Before , l0 began to speak the m»m-j b firs stood and sang "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." and Ihe song was rc pealed at the end of hi* address. Ellwood A. Davis, chairman of the •iG-rl.iinment commltlee. presided. w j. Raymond, a Wilmington tenor. » an g several solo. Vith pleasing ef feci. • George H. Ppacknsm, pressent of the club, announced that an evening meet ing will be held on January 21. DELAWARE FLAYS LAFAYETTE TONIGHT Special to The Evening Journal. nrwaRK. Jan. 8,-De.aware will I tackle one of the hardest Propositions'* 0 f ) ts basketball schedule when the Blue and Gold team meets Lafayctt- on the I local floor tonight Delaware Freshmen n |;i p| a} - a preliminary game with Grace of Wilmington. The big game will start at 8 o'clock and the prelim- I inary game at 7 o'clock. The Delaware 1 line-up will b:; Al-'xander and G. Car-1 11er. forwards; McGaughan, centre; B. . r - artPr and "'III*, guards. William T MeAvoy, formely roach at Delaware'gg College Is basketball coach at Lafayette and will accompany the team tonight, i STORE EMPLOYES GIVE BOX PARTY An enjoyable evening was spent on Tuesday evening when the young wom m of the 8 . M. Braunstein store gave a party at the Playhouse, In honor of Mrs. M. P. Pratt's birthday. A sup per was enjoyed after the theatre In the duBarry room of the Hotel duPont. Among those present were the Misses j a ne Harvey. Anna Dunn. E. Hoopes, | Sarah Tims, E. Pizor, M. Adams, Betty Watson, Sarah NeVvcomer, Anna Strahl, Rebecca Hill, Betty Hill. Anna Hefner, Florence Bryant, Mary Schanberg, Miss Lewis, Miss MacGarvcy and Mrs. Thomas Saunders. DELAAA AR ECITY NEWS NOTES. Special to The Evening Journal. DELAAVARE CITY, Jan. 8-C. D Par son of U. S. Engineer office. Philadel phia, was In town yesterday in connec tion with fortification work at Fort Du Pont. Mjss Greta Holliday, % teacher tn the public school Is ill.. Mr. and Mrs. Harry O Clark and daughter Margaret, Mrs. Alice Clark and Miss Emma C'ark. left last night for Palm Beach, Florida, where they wi-11 1 spend the winter. Mrs. Davenport and daughter Miriam arc spending some tlni" In Baltimore. Preston Berk who hqj. bea 111 for the past two weeks is Improving. DINNER FOB DELEGATE.«!. The Electric Hose and Rubber Com pany was host yesterday at a luncheon and later at a dinner In the Hotel duPont, for the visiting deelgates to the con \enllon of the company's representa tives being h:ld here this week. Over 40 representatives and thetr wives, coming from every section of this country and England, attended the functions. T.'iu wiv ■» ..f the delegates were taken on an automobile tour of the city yesterday. LEAP YEAR DANCE TONIGHT. The Alpowoo Club will hold Its Leap Year dance In the New Century Club tills evening. Ijanclng .will be from » to t o'clock. Music will be furnished by AVhlte and Madden's orchestra. GREENHILL SERVICE*. Preparatory services will be held to night and tomori-ow night. In the leo turc room of Greenhlll Presbyterian arc]clinch, Pennsylvania avenue and Rising Sun road. PLUMB HAS PLAN FOR ALL INDUSTRY Would Give All, Including Public, Share in Man agement IDEA BASED ON RAIL PROPOSAL I WASHINGTON. Jan. 8—A Plumb plan for all American industry, modeled af 1er Wie ;plan of the game name for the railroads, hag been prepared and Is ex pected to be publlciy announced soon, , 9 op .''f A: ttin Ä'IÄSÄ <' r »'Vru have been received In Boverrment circles. Briefly, the plan proposes for all American Industry the •P| c ™ « r l f | P»rtlte railroad control advanced somei "me u«o with the backing of the broth rrhoods. and which, il has been an-1 nouneod. would be made an issue at the obviions. It proposes, virtually the «»' division of representation for en ployers emp.oyc* an.1 the public. industry Is clsMOd Into four divisions In Uila city: Erst Those "individu» llsllo in own-j•• dlviduallnlio but which through organ kg C8 . Mm elforls of others who nave no Ip" Th'rd. Industries "based upon grant from society in the shape of a (franchise, grant of privilege or rnon- j opoly " In this division are included a ;j public service corporations except I (;.o»c enjuged In interstate commerce | ..' ar ,j n) | industries engaged In exploit ln)f nn , llPu] r-sources. 'These latter ore described as including nines, gas and | waterpower 1 |,' oUv th. tihnsportatlon facH'tles. The plan ex-j plains that these arc consider' d sepa- . l-ately from the public servie» facilities I embraced In the third division becaus Railroads and commercial ivauroaus , ' tt^ former are "under local control, reat'-.l bv local authorities and subjoct «••■llîfïï" "ilSTfÄ-wS™.* «f , w «nice which II rL „â.,r S i|j»t cMIs th" industry Inti " . ' ,, , 1%V1 where I", mad- nV.^ànl the free working of the law of supply and dc n - , )lPrts th „ publie Interest." *^bZ Interest ' is d-iln-d in the . follows: "It Is the right of the * ... flbUln bolter, cheaper or J' products or service as the pro ©Mhe arts p-rmis the making of. * k.-Uc-' good» or service at a ! denies the povver of th ^ ^v eP of:regulation ^ }® deprive the owner of the prop-11»« . i investment actually» hon „ Y. , ,„...,.^„(1» made o- ,.f n fa'r -.i/m nn .uci Inv-stment If society n.v. mere than this amount which the r ^r ^ a ns as a pronT socMy pa> s ' thl'n ^t 'lawfidly i required to and the oÄ ^elvVmoro than he Atully entitled to receive - . I • ^ vu , e rlvT1T . T^wmu^Ilght Bearers ahe Girl* T h ^'' '! v*J',on Ran»1of the First 0 ^ n . * successfully !IL..J rAn tata 'Th-l«lmas Fair p rc * e , 5 ; v k j h .t Kiev b .vc I***' , n rpr . pa t -t in the main «i.n mo-e rc 2™*c!-hAnl r , r ,ni of the church 'omor ,® c " . sliver off-ring" will be LV e .. ^ mission fund. la * ** __ j SOME DOGS SEE l,\ST DAYS. | » fcon (in« to the records at the .. pf the g P 0. A. there have been ca j ls f or ^'th« city dog catcher» far (h(s mon (h. This is a record. It Is thought that many owners of dogs are: planning to cease keeping dogs and are sending them to the pound. I As she has been committed to the Stale Hospital for the Insane, the charge of breach of the peace against Bar bara Forrest, was dismissed by Judge In Municipal Court, this , »HAUKE DISMISSED. FRIDAY NIGHT DANTE. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Water Witch Fire Company will give a dance Hastings, mopnlng. Cash prizes will tomorrow evening be given. .-:r; You can drink » if A POSTUM I Without fear of any of the after effects . which often follow coffee drinking. Postum has a thoroughly pleas ing flavor greatly liked by those, accustomed to high-^rade coffee « Theres not a trace of Caffeine in Postum,so sleepless nights do not follow, and headaches, nervousness and indigestion do not result from its use. There's a Reason. «• Made by Postum Cereal Co. Rattle Creek, KIcel OS. WIRT FAVÜHS NATIONS' LEAfiUE Without It Armenia Will Be Helpless, Kiwanians * Are Told I THERE ARE STARVING SAYS CHILDREN 'T am a Republican, but T believe Urin- 1 ly in the League of Nations Without auch a merger of Interests, there cun be no forceful mandate Issued that will en able the Eut.nte Allies to aid Anm nft. " DUndal « ' vere •»sued, linn <* AJllcs ehouid * authority to rebuild Armenia would have the support of the others to help in th : activities that would nuke ill a land of hope and the home again of . ... „ „ the Christian religion. • That was a statement mj.de by Dr Lincoln Wirt before the members ..f U,e . Klwanls Club at their w ekly luncheon, yesterday^ Dr. Wirt has traveled ah over the Near East, a Id.si in establish Ing relief staiion*. lake,, over U -I <>..*• stations U.ere and knows the sllusllor. well nnd much bell r than most men SSä'äSÄÄLT7-ÄÄEäJWäMM»«*.? said he''"•Led w th 1 ,l " estab Ish IU If as was given Cuba and 1 ..... sn«his a protectorat., until !■•. P j of K-lf-govemm n. • The speaker s b > r ^ ' _ I of the horros that Arme . . * | tbrougo In the pa-*i .our , ; 1 * ,f oe Î. , 1 . i1 n „, depths, that ( ha-l ... . th . | oskef for at Lie lim 11 is u . 1 1 ' 11 ' response would have b t y . I of the year pas», a» other* that .re facug * ... ■ n the .hundreds of chi Idr-uwl.i - h-- 1 ln g found throug.iout Mm* u - « 'p «tttai.l'Smi.u Ju. .1 «.«. f^"*- ... , . . „ . HI* d. scrlpDbn of Uu, bf^jî Une a t Bayreutli. whara untii AuiwL 11 il--ur reached there, the cltlr.-ns had been N on a broad made of barley- and | r,fl "hraw and • -.IT *• ;-k «w y so,,,.- .f the P l- -,.ro ..f <• !m Z 1 / ^ dinars as they recalled the food they *»»<* J" 8t l*«rtaken of with such lack °f Arrest. Ho give credit to thv r. nlr-hiitlon l '* nH >'*»'• °f a Ur B" «"»k condensing On-of the WSUro^-references to lhei^. Armenia rmd« ■ to some liberal. , JJ(j j 0 j d of .-illdrcn whose par ' enLs have died, who are new charges id of tl.e 730.0)0 of by, Dr. Wir. \yli-n h«-s^l(L I «dr after Tnrk« had <*»»,-*♦-*,«, erdr'-ri« r ie 8 Armenian young worn n from I'^ems. that*tlie Americans were von, relied for lack of relief Stations to ask ^e Turks <o resfnd this order .and the women b.ck, until sufllc.cnf ST...! vr.r A -I I had contribut'd 830,000.000 with which. to carry on rel'ef work in the Near East and that lids year in February, the country would be asked for *3i '*«'• - The Nc.'.r East MO for this purpose. which is Incorporated has Isk n ever the Red Cross work there and every penny given tiers V- u^.-.i dir ••lly for lief work, becn.is" tlirJugh f.'svcland H Dodge all expensw for carrying on the : campaign here are borne by him. ThM results In 102 per cent, of alt money) of--g'ven bolna s-mt across seas, as the ex-1 ira 2 per c ut. comes from interest on so'rellef money banked here until it is us-d. At the conclusion of his address Dr. Wirt was approached by n Caledonian .who asked him concerning his stay in lone Turkish town where he had left a b-other four years ago. Th-» rema'nder of the famly emigrated to this country but the brother remained and'has not been h«nrd of since. Dr, Wirt directed the young min where he could write for Information concerning his.relative. TO IMPROVE DWELLING. Anthony Kabels was granted a per mit today by Building Inspector Pres j ton to make an addition at No. 1200 j The improvement will ' Beech street. cost 1100. MANY YACHTS UP FDR WINTER Beebe & Billsborough Plant Filled With Well Known Local Craft FIRM LENGTHENING E. PAUL DU PONT BOAT William H. Bc*-be and Captain Mai-| ![)* rultlru \\ mV.' ron.IiiolèTasa' îlrst"elu»R yacht and boat building establishment at the fool of Commerce street, and " iH known as Heebc and Blllsbor hüs'haulcd ft »SM » Ihirly-iRe j .elds owmd by well known Wlimlngtonlons. The plant has marin- railways. t 'l"l*onfs >«ot.t Pylhagorss. which Is being cut in 1 I« .in and length.-, e.i si, fee.. The 1 ' --• 1 - (•• - ni 1- .mil, is (7 feel. This yacht was origin, lly built by Mr. Be be. ! who built ihe yacht "Helma. owned by William Frederick, whlcn now holds the eup for the Delaware. Hiver rhamplonslilp. The former tin Pont Company boat "Be.neyo" is being conveHed into a vael.l .Again at the ^ vl|| . ®^ ou "• arc U ,e^following. 'Counl.-s^ owmer, poration ; • unrust," William S. Hilles; I "Mary Eli?:» "Gem." own. Juco," owner pany ; ■ uiu.; H-n 111," owner, Clare,» - .. Header.kopf; ' Dream." owner, James Oiandler, Jr.; "Engadlne," owner, G. Herman Eisenmenger; and also the yachts Bero.yo, Avolonte. Blanche L. Mary O, Nforehead and Gaina. — iSVTÄ'iJiisfÄS""»; »1 slaver^ arrest can,- to Deputy dli," Gapt. Anderson; "Pan Pi'scy and Jones Com ovvncr. G Mn.tti; j j PARKER THOUGHT HE HAD LEMUEL PRICE K p ark ,. r yesterday * . ■■,. j , uk . , |u | . t Juht a * ^ s ' h( : rlff ,, arJtcr WM al A „ hIey when a h disl .n.;.-. seemed , „,i..o Pri- ■. st.rt- ,1 1 run .1 ,. I m( ., v pa(V Ulr „ ugh a 0 eld Just about , hc ll( „ e (...r^op )n H | c h(. The flrst lfl0 ught tl.at came to Parker was ((ut , he apec ,n n g Negro vv,.s Lemuel , nil gave rllasP T(lP neet-footed a , p . . ^ erlff p arkeP immediately saw that no» 1,-a.iai I' il I. had. but. »».^pnrttnrtWTrh -nrTB*i: hit w.,nl .1 f ir ^un.elhlng else, demand'd of Ihe Negro; , lih reason f..r running so fast ami ex clte dly. The Negro sprinter Info-roed Parker that be was going for a doctor , or hi . ilc k wife. 1 j ! 1 . I I WASHINGTON, Jan 8 'Enlled Press) — MepprK MtJl the "soj-I.-l urk" vvas rc-IKina In thOiEnglisli ('Jiumol awaiting j«7derd.--i* accord-na to plana, it was staled al the Department of Labor, this afternoon. "The Rufor.t has no Instructions as to "' liere lan<1." said Commissioner Gen- ml of Immigration Can. net 1 !!, ■ « soon >* I hear fr.»iu the Buford il will he notified where to go. it has not been decided where II "SOVIET ARK" WILL LAND HER REDS "ill land. Recommendations will be made To the state Department as to what will bo a suitable landing spot." Other official» previously said the) Buford had complete orders. SI NSIUNE MEETING. A business meeting of the Delaware Division of Ihe International Sunshine Society was he'd yesterday afterne.on, at- the home of the S'ale Mrs G W. Dorsey, Jr., No. 2d0| Jeffer son street. Reports of the officers were re.id and plans made for a rummag»' sale, to lake place same time late this Tnmth. "I'll OIT YOU," PEARTTOLD COP Man Accused of Trying to Shoot Officer Now , on Trial SERVING TIME FOR ASSAULTING WIFE On a charxe of a^sanlt with Intent comn, lt murder on ufllcer John Laa kowakl, Harry W. Poart. who is now '*' TVin * a sentence for assault and bat on his Ife, w.qi placed on trial before Judges Conrad and Hclsel in » ^ "J " 10 /«'e drawn a pistol ?* C f r " llw î, ' v " ! > Oft-.t t -W «f Mrs Peart at ^ of Novc., b .? "* 1 , 't on •«««*««* of November LI. 1 Handy was attorney for «^Fendsnl. Deputy Attorn. y General ! ^aknun conducted the prosecution. l ukowkl loUtfled that when he and Abrie went to Uie Pearfs aparlmenl 1 » response , 0 a rail received *1 police j station. Uiey f 0U r.| Mrs Pearl stand »v.-r a bucket. U..-blood flowins frecl} f roni euts In her face and her mouth ?JT 1 'J A '* kll ll M '* i, ' ,t ^ j ndges . I gel you." g - . ^ f Famous Old Recipe ; I f ra,nous v,a " V - | oflloar Aboie corroborai <i Laskow skl's testimony. The case will bo con cluded this afternoon. Jacob bklut. tl. rougi, his counsel, r. uk b -I. ■ iik- i hi» pi. 4 not guilty to guilty of unlawfully engaging In the business of junk dealer. Skint was refus.-.l a Heps: upon the expiration, of his license last UiiubCr. because of his Inability to read and I write ^English. A charge -of violating j the Junk dealer's act was retired. Judge j Heis I fined Sklut 875 and costs. Howard Lewis, Negro, charged with larceny was sentenced to one year's Imprisonment and to be whipped vvi,|. 10 lashes, after he changed his plea to guilty. Two other charges of r sisting an officer were retired. Helen Carpenter, Negress, was con victed of the larceny of a pack- ibook from Lippincott and Company. , ', , ' /or Cough Syrup Etgllf Anil fhrflply m»<l8 At hotBB» but It bpala them ■(! tor quick rraulU. Thousands of housewives have found that they ran save two-thirds of the money usually »pent for cough prépara , Don»; bv using li.s well-known old recipe I for making cough syrup at home. It I is simple nnd cheap hut it has,no equal for prompt results. It takes right hold j 1 of « cough and gives immediate relief, i j usually stopping an ordinary cough in ! 24 hours or less. Get 2Vi ounces of Pincx from any I druggist, pour it into a pint boule an i 1 add plain granulated augar syrup to Luniks, a full pint. If you prefer, use | I -landed molasses, honey, or corn syrup, I nstcad of sugar syrup. Either war, it antes good, keep* perfectly, and lasts | i family a long time. It's truly a»lor.»l-ng how quickly jt ■ et», penetrating through every air asssge of the thront and lung*-—loo« ns and raise» the phlegm, aooti.es and eal* the membranes, and gradually but ■..rely the annoying throat tickle and rea.led cough disappear entirely. Nothing »etter for bronchitis, spasmodic croup loarseness or bronchial asthma. Pinex if a special nnd highly eoneen rsted compound of genuine Norw.13 j ine rxtrset, known the world over for , ts hra'ing effect on Ihe membn-n.-«. Avoid disnpointment by n-king you 'nigglst for "2V4 ounces of Pinex" wit! ull directions and don't accept anythin; Ise. Guarantee»! to give absolute ralis action or monev prompllv refunded Tod. V. n:„„ — C'-. V* f Special for Friday and Saturday —Fresh Caught Fish— NO COLD STORAGE FISH SOLD HERE 20c tb 15c lb 23c lb Cod to Bake Boston Blue Smelts . 25c tb 20c tb 16c tb Finnan Hnddie.25c tb Salt Oysters a Specialty. Steak Cod Steak Blue Haddock ... Choice Meats at Lowest Market Prices. Winkler's Market 832-834 Kin}« St. D. C. Hay man, Mgr. CSgaur MaJkoir WANTED ^4 Hunch Makers and Rollers Good wages and good stock. Apply at factory. S. W. Corner Second & Walnut Sts. SAMUEL POPOLOVE Superintendent Formerly with E. M. Swartz Go Selak & Hoffman Co.. Owners. DELAWARE ROAD EJ ECTS OFFICERS Stockholders at Dover Re , elect Directors to Serve For Another Year NEARLY A MILLION IN PROFIT ACCOUNT Special to The Evening Journal. DOVER. Del,, Jan 8.—At the annual meeting of stockholders 0 f the Pria ' varo Railroad Company here today the Following directors were re-elected: Captain John P. Green and George V " 1 Z ™ ^ °, ^ Townsend, Joseph B. * ° Smyrna AV U it.-rinvlon"of Bov-r , • "■ '"T"'' 0 ? Mover, * ' V.,'" « 7 w r » P 7""r " f ' ' m '"- 1 " T. » ^ " f /"" ' J. 0 ' ," 0 r ,,a '\ T, r '' B '' ^ * • > ' or(M " ,h ^nhrdgc. < Nlch .la» II. Johnson of tirrn ln " on - „ / . , 4 ,7,. " »rvs'dnnl and 1 Tl ' ,n ' v *on <>f fmve* s-rretarj. iSSEl« i-n- air. 17*»- net Income, P i.TT. .Ol id nffl. ♦T'-h*;! The r< port showed •? 127. it*S paid fof Improvements' to right of way daring the year. Vtl.v.) I.OIM.K (W.EBHVfIS. ^Nao.nl Lodge, Daughters of Bebekah. last night celebrated its anniversary al ;tdd Fellows* Hal). A social session, with music, recitations and magio, was followed by u banquet. __ i \- l Mi I I IN A'SON si/i h L > \\ • • $ V n; j-'«®. ■n /i " V. A Good Overcoat May Cost You More Next Season; UST NOW We have Some After-» ason's Extra Value* at 825 f.'M). f.V) « Betts all around and Belt Backs. NOME DBE:-s OVERCOATS 830 In 880 with Plain and Velvet Collars, Heavy Nerge and Silk'LlfKngs. Men's Maple Goats, always In St>lo nnd Good Taste. ALU AYS SOMETHING Wanting in M-'n's Wear; and You Will Save Time, Money and Trouble by Coming Hero. Mt LEIN'S HOME STORE, tilb ami .Market. f J.