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Out-of-Town Business Men
Talk of Bringing New
? N NEW CASTLE
ft • dal to The Evening Journal.
NEW CASTLE, Feb. 20.—'The Currents
Evnt Class met In the Century Club
s this nfle-noon. Our-ent Events
read by Mrs, John B. Manlove,
M ■ Philips :■ 1 1 He Hi .1 eli ipter ..r
ory, wr lien by her. un next Tues
day the entire story will be re-read
along with Uie fourth and last rhap-j
I t of the story, which was written by
Miss Pauline fingers, Mrs. Horace Dea
kyne will be unable to read the story
out lied '•The ModerETTraxeler In Flor
The New Castle basketball foam will
go to Media. Pa., tonight to play the
Media learn. The New Castle players
ao Kerns, Bennett. Proud, Speakman.
Leach and Walls
Supcr'nlendcnl of Schools Snavely
will address the members of the New
CasMe Century' Club next Tuesday.
The mayor sounded a warning today
to the landlords who rent their houses
In persons who conduct gambit;-.*
games, or use them for oUter Illegal
purposes. The mayor says the owners
will be considered equally gu lly will)
the tenants, and that where It Is prov
ed that the landlord has knowledge of
the conditions prosecutions will follow.
Prom netrt business men of this city
staled today that they had been Inter
viewed during the last few days by
representatives of two largu business
firms, w'th a view of establishing new
One of these represenfatoves said to
thal his firm was desirous of ob
taining the old Bethlehem Shell Load
ing plant for the purpose of establish- '
fin- a silk mill. It was said by a per- |
son closely connected with the Befhle- i
hem plant people that the plant la not
for sale al Ibis time.
S S Deemer said he had been
proached several lltrue dufng the last 1
few weeks by flnne desiring to locate I
here, hut did not wish to give out the
r unes because Uie deals had not been
I 'resident Stoop« of C'ty Council, «aid
that cguncll would be pleased to lend
Un ir all Io Industrie« coming, on the
The police say numerous complaint«
h 'vc b cn made to them conccrn'ng the
IfgiH'ng cond lions of this city. cspccJ.il
H'lition be Tig made of Dorrs Alloy.
s'.i ils and Sixth and Cherry slreoo.
h v I'irhUi have been ordered by city
council for several months.
j Advances Mar. I
TO KD.V Will almo
lutrly suck up every
particle of dirtjs <lu«4t. i
lint, hair, etc. Will •
re time, work uud |
SPRINGS OR KELTS
Tin* -Vital" I« nb
1 u tel y the beMt vacuum
cleaner Held today.
WRITE PALL OR
I ttilH fact. WK WILL
I CALL AND CLRAN
m a iter, pkku in
JF your h î* in e—a n d
dm»« not pla
PASCHALL SALES CO.,
209 W. 8th St.
NOT HOLD by Dept, or Ollier Htore«
SoLI direct fro
STARTING TOMORROW, SATURDAY, 9 A. M. SHARP
A Tremendous Sale
1975 Pairs of
Ladies' Silk Hosiery
85c, $1, $1.25 and $1.79
These Prices Are Less
r FIian W hoîcsale Cost Hi
Conridering that prices for Silk rv
Stockings in the spring will be sky Nt-_
high tliis i* your opportunity to secure",'^"7 f T" J].s
several pa r at a big saving. j j * v
Ali sizes from 8 V 2 to 10V 2 . Colors 'y : . _
are bla^k, navy, fawn, cordovan, grey Fjjf A'gjgy' S.
and white. Be sure and come early as rX/Ai
we can not guarantee to have all colors
and sizes later in the day.
A MOST IMPORTANT EVENT—OUR
great WAIST sale
to Choose From
Fascinating new Waists, braided, beaded, embroid
ered and tucked with collars or collarless, in white, flesh
or new suit shades. Remarkable values.
The Ladies' Bazaar,
7 W. Sixth Street
(See Our Window)
persons who have made three oom
alnls are demanding the reason for
of City Council.
ignoring the order«
They say these places, owing to the
'lack of Mights, are dangerous.
Prof. Snawly says the Interest dls
played In the Federal Vocation Schools
is beyond antlclpo lion, lie said the
proof of it was that those who had
been compelled to discontinue coming
owing to sk'kness and Inclement wealh
or hatl returned and were working
tiurd to make up for Jost lime.
Thi*o schools have an excellent corps
of teachers, and give anyone, Irre
spective of age or education., an ex
cellent opportunity to study mathe
matics and shop work and blueprint
r The*Rev. Harry Slew-art of Havre dr
preached in Na*arelh M. E
The Uev. W. W
Ghurch last n'pht
Greenfield of Brandywine M. B. Church
Wilmington, will preach ton'ghl. Sev
eral persons have professed conver
Prof. Thomas has charge of the
The most Interesting game of the
rno i tournament was played last n'ghl
when Willlum Davis of the Ncwlln Club
coated Jesse McKay of the Nov»
club. Score 100 to 94.
New Castle Club . 3
iLarge aud'ences are attending
W. L. Pol
2 3 A33
. CORNS LIFT OUT
Costs few cents! Doesn't
hurt a bit! Drop a little Frecz
one bn that touchy corn, in
stantly 'that corn stops hurt
ing, then you lift it right out,
rith the fingers. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs
but a few cents at any drug store,
but Is sufficient to remove every
hind corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween tlu! toes, and the calluses,
without soreness or Irritation.
Freezone Is the sensational dis
covery of a Cincinnati genius.
That Forster is selling Boys'
Shoes at very low price?
Boys' Tan and Black Calf
Shoes, Dress Shoes and
$6.50 values, now
$ 6.00 and
72« Market St.
two moving picture palaces of Samûet
Miss Mary Leonard end Miss Susan
Link ha\e been visiting friends In Ual
Miss Irene Truitt Is Improving from
an attack of loosllill«.
Social ami Personal
Mrs Granville P Alexander, of No.
1307 Pennsylvania avenue, will leave
for New York on Monday to meet her
husband, who Is returning from Ber
Miss Grace Layfleld end Miss Ray
Poole of Philadelphia, are spend'nx
the week-end at Meadow farm, Gooch's
A Pennell Stetser. secretary to Mayor
Miss Marie Simon, a student at Chevy
William O. Taylor. left yesterday to
'«pend the week-end as the guest of
William Brice. Westmont, N. J.
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Winter days are
When old Jack Frost sends out his first nip
ping warning that winter is at hand, then's
the time for every housewife to get out the
old griddle and serve pancakes for breakfast.
Gold Medal Buckwheat Flour
There's nothing more delightful or more
healthful for a winter morning's breakfast
cakes, and maple syrup. Flaky, tender, gold- -
en brown griddle cakes, smothered in butter
and bathed in maple syrup! Oh, boy! There's
a breakfast for any red blooded citizen.
Be. sure they're right.
Insist on Gold Medal
Buckwheat and Pan
cake Flour. None
other produces such
grocers. Be sure
you get Gold Medal Buck
wheat or Pancake Flour.
than Gold Medal Buckwheat
Ä 3»-- V s ^
Than'» also a Gold
Medal Pancake Floor
610-612 Market Street
Sale of Toilet Preparations
1.00 Mary Garden
1 • 50c Jardin de Rose
5.75Quelques Fleurs. ..5.00
1.25 Mary Garden.
2.50 Mary Garden.
5.50 Mary Garden.
1.75 Djer Kiss....
65c Djer Kiss. 50c
Colgate s Eclat.... 15c
Hudnut's All Odors. 2Oc
I 25c Butterfly .
25c A\avis ... '.
25c Madam Vendante ..15c
Pinai d's Vegetal Lilac. HUc
Djer Kiss Vegetal.!15c
Djer Kiss Toilette .1.45
TOOTH POV» LERS
Very best French Tooth
Ail 25c Tooth Brushes. 15c
25c Woodbury's Facial. 1 Sc
25c Pear's Glyceriue.. 15c
IJJJ 25c Colgate's Pine Tar. 1 5c
25c Cashmere Bouquet. 1 Sc
15c Brown Windsor.... 1 Oc
25c W ildroot Shampoo. . I Oc
At Special Prices
Powder Puff Boxes
60c Quinol ...
phall's . 85c
1.15 Pinaud's Quinine. Sllc
25c to 4,95
Ch mi', Washington, H. G., will upend
hcr birthday annlvrrwry. which takes
lilnc« Suiniay, with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Simon.
Miss .land Alexander, of Claymont.
will entertain a party of friends al
her home Saturday evening.
Mr and Mrs. J. J. Ouenveur, of I
EC mere, left yesterday for a trlp !
through the south.
Miss Ethel Shaw of No. 223 West I
Twenty-alxth street has retuj-ned from
William Madden, of New Castle, Is
the guest of Mervln Latferly, of this
Lewis Jones, of this city, win spend
Uie week-end at Westmont, N. J.
PF.WSVILI.E TO VOTE ON SCHOOL.
PENNSViLLE. N. J, Feb. 20—An elec
tion will be hold at Pennsviile on Feb
ruary 2fi to doolde upon a site for a
ne ' v '*33,000 school building.
610-612 Market Street
Great Offering of New
A remarkable special purchase of new
spring Dresses that would be 50.00 to 58.00
if sold at regular spring pricings. Every
woman who wants a spring Dress for after
noop, dinner or business wear will attend
this extraordinary event and save 10.00 to
Serge and Satin Combinations
Your style, your favorite material, color
and trimmings, your size—all included in this
comprehensive offering. Modes of the lat
est fashion for women and misses. Beading,
gold and silver embroidery, lace, ruffles and
CameVs Hair Coats
The new coat fabric for spring.
Smart women are wearing tliese
Remarkable groups of these pop
ular coats offered at extraordinary
S re-season value giving pTicings.
/ise women will buy tomorrow.
Fit the tailored perfec
tion of the smartest spring
45 00 u a p1o 69 50
They have the triple ad
vantage of. being fine in
and comfortable. There is
no better choice for foot
wear to complete the street
A comprehensive showing of
three-quarters and full leng
els that are worn by both
and misses. Smart pockets, silk
stitching, chic buttons, box pleats,
These values cannot be sur
passed anywhere. Women- will
agree when they note the quality,
style and fmAh.
Do not'delay if you want one of
these coats that are "the" correct
wraps for spring. Models may not
be duplicated later. Tomorrow is
the time to buy.
(tax 20 c extra) women may
select these slim, well-cut
oxfords with straight tip
and perforated trimming.
Strictly Man Tailored
Velvet Hand Bags
Because we do not carry
over stock, we made these
drastic reductions to clear
what remains of our win
ter assortment. Lots are
small and at some prices
there is only ONE OF A
WISH TO BE SURE OF
THE BEST SELECTION
SHOULD COME EARLY
TO HAVE FULL
Our reg. 12.50 to Q 7 C
14.50 B.igs. *7. • O
Our reg. 9.75 to n QC
12.00 Bags.»... 1.7/0
Our reg. 7.50 to
Our regular 6.95
Our regular 5.95
Others were 2.95 to 3.50,
Women's and Misses' decidedly attractive Suits of wool
jersey, in navy, taupe, beige and pekin blue; stitched belt,
with patch and side pockets.
Very Extraordinary Value
Advance Spring Models in
P *i of Tricotine
iJUIlS and Serge
Fashioned in a variety of attractive models, revealing
new and interesting style notes for spring, 1920.
|uits that live *ip to the Braunstein reputation for
value giving and style.
49.75 to 98.00
2.00 and 2.95
Girls' Coats and Dresses
Regular 14.00, 17.00, 19.75 Garments
To Close Out Q
Not All Sizes in Each Style—But Ail Sizes in the Lot J
.75 Sizes 4 to 8
and 10 to 16 Years
THE DRESSES are of velvet, satin, serge
and combinations, in a variety of pretty .
THE COATS are of all-wool mixtures,
velours, kersey and meltons, in a good range
210 Little Girls , Coats and Dresses
To Close Out Sizes
Saturday U 2 to 10 Years
THE COATS, fashioned of velours, mix
tures, kersey and plush, in smart belted and
THE DRESSES, fashioned of taffeta and
velvet, in many smart styles.
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