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FOOD PRICES AT
THEIR HIGHEST "How to rombat the high cost of Vvlng and reduce the cost of groceries lo the consul« r," was the principle mbtect discussed at the meeting of the,«t detail Gre.erls' Exchange, at E len Hall. last night. William E. Skellenger said today that 111 members of the association present ixprc-M-il th ir Mesire lo s a a decline V, prices, notwithstanding the generali oublic opinion to the contrary. Mr. Sled longer said there were questions of dial Importance to be discussed, but, owing lo the «mall attendance the dis -..ci«« waa postponed for a weck, I * out in ,n effort to have a full at tendance. Mr. Skellenger said there had been a few declines In the wholesale market price«, ami Ih't Uie members of the j ssoclatlon felt that the cost of Mod etuffs had reached Its highest point, end from how on there would bo grad ual decline fn the mark ';«, ini' cause on whtBti this o*. Inion was I foreign situation over based was Ihe cWnv'd, would foodstuff to be thrown on the causing a sale .prices. This, he exchange. f foiclgn e*- j felt. Mr. SK»'! cause markets gradual decline The present condition o change had already been longer said. Better co-operatlnn on the part of the grocers was regarded as an tzn— i portant fa-etor In Ihe reduction of the I price of foodstuffs by members at last i night's lie "ting. | of tho country in whoè BUSY ASSORTING INCOME TAX RETURNS The mall of Income tax returns ac cumulated so fast on Monday, Tuesday "March 15" and yesterday with the postmark that Collector Harry T. Gra ham cannot make any further esti mate» until the mail Is all opened and contents tabulated. It wag stated at the office this morn ing that it may require several days lo open the large amount of mall. A* fast as the mail came In down stairs It was gent up to Collector Graham's office on the third floor and piled on sev eral large tables, where clerks are slHI busy opening and as scrubbing ft. Many, delinquents ^-appeared yester day tq make excuse« and pay their tax. force of PROHIBITION CUTS DOWN COURT FEES Attention was railed to the constantly decreasing fees collected hy the Mu nicipal Court, at the weekly meeting of tho Board of Police Commissioners, on Tuesday afternoon. According to the report made by the police under prohibition, there has been a tremendous shrinkage In Ihs amount of their work since tho coun try became dry. The total arrests for the month of February of this year were reported at 219; for February of 1919, (173. Fines collected In Municipal Court for February, 1920, 8850 20; the the corresponding month of 19i9, 13.074 30. Tho highest amount collected for any one month In rerent years was that of November, 1918. under license, when the total reached the sum of »1,865.90. FIREMEN AWARDED MEDALS FOR BRAVERY For the bravery displayed by them In saving a number of babies from death in Ihe lire at the St. Michael's Day Nursery and Babies' Hospital for Colored Children, In French street, re cently, Harry August and Michael Brown of Ihe Hefouioe Fire Company wert awarded medals yosbrusy by '.he hospital. STICKS TO OLD WORKING PLAN. The plan of going to work at 7 o'clock Instead of at 8 o'clock, and net work Ing on Saturdays. Is under considers tlon by the workmen of the Hllles and Jones Company machine shops. After an Informal canvas of the feelings of their fellow employees on the subject, the plan was dropped, because Ute ma jority of the workmen were opposed to making any change from the pres ent system. They now work eight and three-quarter hours live days a week Md have Saturday afternoon off. The j plan was Inaugurated by the employees and not by the company, who know nothin* of It ' ■ __ I MACHINE SHOP FOR CANAL WORKS.I Col. J. p, Jervey, United States En glnee.r for the Wilmington District; O. W. T. Miller, principal assistant, and Captain S F,. Lawrence, assistant en gineer, went to Chesapeake City today ! to Inspect the new machine and wood working shops which have been erect- ( ed there by Ihe Government to aid In | work on the canal. The machine shop 1 will bo used for repairing Forks, pow-1 erhouse and the floating plant ; the woodworking plant for repairing bridges, locks, pilings and piers. GET RUNAWAY BOY. Leslie Hoylcn. aged 14 years, of No. 3626 North LeVere etreet, Philadelphia, who ran away from his home was found by Constable Whittington at Tibbelfs' Garage at Front and duPont street* last nisbt. ad Dimed over to X TO ATTEND BANOUKT. Joseph A. Glynn, president of the Vnlon Leather Co., will attend a ban-, quel of leather manufacturers. In Phil- ; adelphla tonight. How You Can Quickly Remove Hairy Growths (Aids to Beauty) A well known beauty specialist ad vises thi* treatment for the removal of 1 hair from the face. Mix into a paste some powdered delatone and water, j. Ply to hairy surface and after about 2 minute* rub off, wash the skin every trace of hair ha.* vanished and .. . . This method is quick and entirely safe r.. .«void disappointment, however, it i* . well to make certain you gel genuine Igtelatone. ASLEEP, ROBBED IN P01I.MÄN CAR Charles Nye Cnrrlne. M years old, whose parents live In Dellvan, Ills., an ex-service man, was taken Into custody Cape Charles. Va;, on Tuesday morn ing. charged with the robbery of Pull man cars while enroute from Wllmlng ton. H!s plunder. It Is alleged, consisted 'of money, diamonds, gold cuff buttons, valuable scarf pin« and silk underwear, Them were 2.1 passengers In the 'Pullman sleeping ear on which Cnrrlne was riding, and not one of them escaped bring robbed. c,. r riite boarded the New A'ork and x„ r folk ex'.r *« at N. w V..rk Monday who had ;v nllslod In the navy ,f ,i land were cn n utc lo Old Point] fort i n charge of G -or ne J. Squire*, c u, t . p g. y ;IV y, Gorrlne was detected j | n the robbing expcdill n when he i placed his hand in the berth of a «leep j ne passenger. It is charged. Th pas j «enger grabbed tils arm and held him until help arrived. Shortly after the train left Wilming ton. a woman passenger, who bad a berth underneath him, claims she was sleep and heard Corrlne go I unable I Ing fn and out of bis berth. After being placed Tn Jail "t Charles Corrlni clothing and <h<< ei-II was so<n a mass _|of flames, bis object being to in ike his excitement incident to His efforts were frustrated by j,. (Jie* lire , bp j, lVVn sergeant, who was watching tbp prisoner from another room, in addition to a charge of robbery. be will also fan Capo the bed t> set Ore ape In the n charge of arson, ht , (When the prisoner (was found to be wearing seven suits of silk underwear, women's attire. The money and diamonds were found on bis ' wan »• arched ht Including one of lost valuables, person. NAME COMMITTEE FOR JEWISH RELIEF Special to The Evening Journal. NEWARK, March IK.—The local com milice for the Jewish Relief Campaign , Is completing plans for starting the campaign tomorrow. The commute, consists of Louis Hondloff, chairman; Mayor E. H Frazier, treasurer; A. G. Wilkinson, secretary; Mrs. Daniel j Thompson. Mr* Walter H Steel. Miss M.rtlln Wl hr. 0*SW W. SS. Mrs. J. Pearce Gann, E. Clifford Wil son, Miss Eleanor Todd, Mrs. Charles Steel ami Mrs. Charles Dunlevy and F. Delaware College. Bayard Carter for and Miss Edwlna Long for the Wo- j men's College. Minnehaha Tribe of Med Men will at tend service* at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church In a body on Palm Sunday. In ;ho evening of the same day memb of the Junior Order American Meehan-j los will attend services al tho sa . .10 ohurrh. Mrs. W. O. Janvier a returned mis sionary from India, will speak In the Presbyterian Church this nfternoou. TRY NEGRESS ON DOPE CHARGE Before Judge Conrad, 'n Court Hoorn No. 2, of General Sessions, Ibis morn ing. Lizzie Parker, Ncg-csa, was placed. on trial on a charge,of having In her possession of a n.v, ville drug. She was arrested In «a raid on No. 708 Lord street, on Ihe nlglit of January 9. Deputy Attorney General Gr'vn con ducted the prosecution and J. Frank Ball represented the defendant. A nlcklo-phted box, cord.lining 14 "decks" of heroin and a box of 88 hy podermic needles were alleged to have j been found In the room of the Parker ! woman by the police. Male denies the charge. Tho ease will go to the Jury tilts afternoon. $15,000,000 PENSIONS FOR M. E. PREACHERS CHICAGO, March 18—According to a report made to the Board of Claimants, more than 915000,001) will be spent by (ho Methodist Episcopal Church this year In caring for fis 7500 pensioned ministers and their dependents. It al so was said this sum would probably be Increased lo 985,000,000 next year. Jnsane by Police . urgoon George W. K. Forrest. They were turned over lo Ihe rare of the Delaware Stale Hospital for ,hl ' ,n " ne - al «•'«"»hurst, this morning. *~ r fe SENT TO STATE HOSPITAL. Antonio Prosen and Leon Blood, two men detained by the police, so that their mental condition could bn determined, were, after being examined, adjudged mmomm Bed Cloud U Liver Berries ■ THEY CHASE AWAY THE BLUES! RED CLOUD * v 1 ' LIVER BERRIES C«ntly but quickly (leant« hody end blood of the poisonous accumulations which cauM de pression. biliousness, sick head> ache, and many grävtr ilia. waste Y A Berry at Bedtime makes every morning bright. % I Sc. and 2 Sc. »« your DrU(«i>l'« ERIC STROHEIM'S WONDER PLAY Blind Husbands FlfïïtiPLB AT NEWARK HOP j r Special to The Evening Journo NEWARK, March 1«. (;Ulbi ;jn organization of vonv; n n v . _ .. .. , ' ' ' *• Ka ' R ' '•"llghlfu, -, 1 un. I. dance in the Armory Iasi night, which 'J i M attended by about fifty couples, 1 Mance hall was decor, iled In red and whit", the club colors. ,M . • was fur nlshed by Jones and Holloway's or «"•alra. Two of the fealun s on the idle Pall Ma program were snowball and moon dances. When the orchestra played "Dardanella," the lights were ail lurn " J "W » ni > « E>1 k moon at one end th" floor furnished the only light.(the rhIa was the third successful dance given by this das« during Ih, -asun The patronesses were; Mrs, Anna Armstrong. Mrs. James A. McKelvey, Mrs. Charles H. Blake and Mrs. George Carter. Mrs. Walter II Steel, who was to be a patroness, was unable lo at f hep I tend because of a member family being ill with measles, and Mrs. urge W. Rhode« was also prevented from attending because of Illness. Mrs ! llerman II. Tyson and Miss Mary E. Rich, two other patronesses, were un a * le to n!l"nd because of being ... „ .„ ' : , .. L. • Heynolrs, Miss Helen Howe and Miss I. h I . tl . vll K a herln°o Minster \ si I "n^rle la .f i-lk 'n• xn., K Mzaheth r vv,V xiH- xii«. r Cliari. s.own, Md.. Miss n llt(U ,. \n', V'gm, ii.'h rndi of Daniels and Ml«» Elizabeth B.nnett of lownscnd: Mi*. Robert Armstrong. Mis* Churchman. Miss Nellie Blair, Mrs. (. n carter, Miss Hattie >1 .« k. M ss lima Smith, Miss Hebeeea Morgan, Miss Klhel Robinson, Mtss Edna Chalmers, Miss Mildred Carter. Miss Dora Law. Mrs. Goslln. of Newark : Miss Elizabeth Maloney and Miss Gladys Money, of Townsend; Miss Nellie Blair, Miss Cor nella Pilling, mi** lin*" Haler, Miss uih Spencer, Mrs Frank Kader. Mi*s I runres Huttles, V || Miss Emily Worrall and Miss Florence coib-pi. of Newark ; Miss otiey, of Minster, ! Howell. Lillian Smith, Philadelphia. Henry Kelnberg, of Wilmington; F. jj. Owens, of Pcrryvllle; !.. O. Price land Avery Donovan, of Townsend; Il.-nrv Segelken, of Middletown; J. Kelley and .1. Dugan, of Wilmington : j »■rlon Shipley. Mr Goslln John Doyle. -I»""'* »••>>. 1 » , '* rï «; rt _ " ' ■ j ! . _ . _ _ _ Want a Stylish Car? 1 J I IHH àa-aJ.L Just refinish the old bus with Berry Brothers Automobile Color varnish. A-t Good Dealers nil ! gil m n ■ Rely On Yourself It n necessary to cut down expenses some where to make any progress in saving. Make no mistake about that. The way to solve the problem is to study it, think it out, come to a decision as to how much you can save, weekly or monthly, and add that amount regu larly to your savings account. AND BE IN EARNEST ABOUT 1T. 4% Interest Paid on All Deposits Wilmington Savings Fund Society 728 Market Street RIALTO TODAY Wm.S.Hart in PRIMAL LURE Friday and Saturdav UAL RUSSELL In "SHOD WITH FIRE," Evans, Hubert Coll*. Ils. KM ar Mnllln, I ,.nk Baldwin, Fr .1 Raymond Wilson, Mr. L ■ ■ I Bayard . ..i Ralph Ho j Ei; - i;o : wn. i ' Tin log i.eu Chlllas, Lewis, :i I Hall h Hareus. .hi t; is . nd Alexander A./.T;. li ai *, o. Paul lieu Moore, Paul Si Gray Harter, of Newark; J. II. lIoiK*on ni) « 1 ;i. Scott, oi* Townsfind. In?:.).!- J LI 1 :1c 1. Paul Vi stv.s rt.il !s BEST t««T. \t ihe m, "ting of lli<- Ml-Y Club of tin- A M. A. just night, the speaker was the Rev. John W. ll. Sumwalt, pas tor of firace M. K. church. Dr. Sum-( wait. In an earnest talk, told the mem hers of the club that the greatest asset in a young man's life Is character, and that It could best bo obtained through church assoo'ations. j We need character and morals In all necessary thing* of the world." Dr. j Sum wait said. 'The church can de Velap any I a lent to Its highest point for character building under the In fluence of the church of today. There Is a great opportunity for moral serv lee In the church, there Is a great need tor the best that Is In our young men I If we are to stand fast to (he highest Meals of character in nur public and Private life, - ' ! T,ln Ih'rtv members of the club pres lent enjoyed their weekly dinner, Which ^'Howert tho Bible session, called__ MOTOR TRUCK BOUGHT FOR C.&D. CANAL USE _ ! ' Whlte tpuck. with loading eapaelly of a ton and a half, has hem pnrchaserl by the I'nlted States Engineer I nfl)co !l( , rp fl „. US( . Ilf , urvpv Iiarf ( rs , ail(1 ' ,l; " llil,K li > r,,! "long the Ghesa-I |1( , nlip aml T , eJawaP ,. s , lrvfiy par )|t ,, | IPrft ( ljfoP( . . .„ a . k , .,' by boat from point to point while sup ,,|, Pa bav ,, („„j t „ bp shipped entltelv j l} , Vf , s , ( ,|_ j ly ni( . ans 0 f k ip friirh a of n)at( . r | al now niav bP t rai ,, II0rt . r ,| frnn , on(1 pn( , l(( ,, |(1 (>l | ip (if waterway In about an hour where«« It r ,, ( ,, abol „ follr to traver , ' ■ == c if* n • . HlS rreSCflLtiOQ * — m rx r I I n Has roweriul Influence nl _ __ j Fell« Druggist« Not lo Take a Cent of Anyone's Money Unless Allenrhu Completely Itanlshe« All Rheums! le Pains and Twinges. Mr. Junes II. Allen «ulTere.l for with rhfumntlHrn Over Rheumatism y «ira „ .... Many times this îerrl disease left htm helpless nnd unable to work. He Anally decided, after years of cease lless atnrty, that no one can be free from rheumatism until Ihe nccnmulnte.l Impnrl itlea, comlllonhr called uric acid depoalta, iwcre dissolved lit the Jotuts and muscles |and expelled from the body, j With this idea In mind he consulted phy sicians, made experiments and Anally com ! pounded a prescription that quickly and completely bnulshed every sign and symp tom of rheumatism from his system He freely gave hla discovery to others Who look It with what might be called mar velott« succesa After years of urging he decided to let sufferers everywhere know about hla discovery through tbe news- 1 1 wi^ ! Ul» understanding that he will freely re-1 iturii the purchase money to ail who «tat» I they received uo benefit. SAVOY —TODAY— Can a man marry his own wife without having previously been divorced from hcrT This unique and Interesting problem Is easily solved In very The Veiled Marriage By J. Leslie Burke Featuring ANNA LEHR — and — RALPH KELLARD The Most Talked of Attraction the Season, of 11 GRANT'S 615 Market Street THF, SHOP WITH THF. STYLES, Open 9 A. M. Close 5 30 P. M. Saturdays Lntil 9 P. M. Don't Miss Our Fourth Birthday In Appreciation FOR TOMORROW AND SATURDAY ONLY Our Anniversary Sale i Offers All Regular Prices Regular Prices Regular Prices Regular Prices Coats Skirts at Waists 20% Off 10% Off 10% Off Furs » 20% Off at ; at MR. HOSSE1J. TO SPEAK. Juiin S. Bussell, president of tho Se -uiity Trust and Safe Deposit Com • ,ny. will speak upon banking and n. nee at i meeting of the Cllroolo 'ill:. Uni \m rleano, tomorrow night, me ting will be held In the recre : on hall of the JtaBan Neighbor hood House. Good dependable housemaids look for positions In the want ads.—Adv. Mrs. S. E. -■ Grccnwald Says Vinol, our Cod Liver and Iron Tonic, made her eat better, sleep better and feel better. ,K nr . r ^ ^ run *t >wn could not eat or slet*p, and my lun&! pained me a good deal so I could hardly do my housework. Vinol built rue up aftcr .all other mediane« had failed so now I eat better, sleep better and feel better *n every way. VmoHs certainly § r)( ^ a «otn-down system. ' - Mrs. 8. E. f.BEENWAtD. Suc b letters prox-e how nervous, «naemic, run-down, overworked men, Mrs. Greenwald's Letter women and children Increase their appe Utes, strength and endurance by taking Vinol. That is t>ecause it contains beef and cod *'ver peptones, iron and man ganese peptonates known. y n , t - i..l it u tour money back if It fails. nnr. r. s'ts N ' rv f nr wI' r'gHK''' ST ' AND DHtiaOIBTS KVERTWHBRH — the greatest tonics SKIN TROUBLE ^'ÄJESrJE'JiSS' " SxusoCSxrfve does not grive prompt relief. ^ ourisknotliing'— a cure is.snn# %'. II. DANFORTlf, Dmoo 1st, Wllminoton. Victoria m THREE MORE DAYS Olive Thomas Matt Moore The Glorious Lady A play of beauty and interest —NEXT WE EX— William Farn urn . Estelle Taylor The Wilmington Beauty " The Adventurer By E. Lloyd Sheldon >. J % oäö ni .* •«TV* Tfff* -e m S9BSB m On legal affidavit, John TTart Brittain, butin»'«* mao. certified to this: "My bead et t:.o top and back wag cbtclutelr •rnlp was shiny. An expert tald that he thought the hair extinct, and there waa no hope of ray ever bavin; a new hair growth, "Yet now, at an ago over 66, I have a luxuriant growth of goft. strong, lustrous hair I Ko trace of baldness. The pictures shown here are from my photographs.'* Mr. Brittain certified further: bald. The r roots were INDIAN'S SECRET OF HAIR GROWTH "At a time wb*n'I had become dluconriffl û 1 at trying various hair lotions, tomes, specialists* trcaîraeufs. etc., I enme across. In my travel«, a Cherokee Indian 'medicine rann' who had sn i that he asseverated would prow ray hair. Although After hat* -■ I had but little faith, I fare It » trial. To my ********* amazement a light iorx toon appeared. It developed, dav by d«y. Into a healthy growth, and ere long my hair was as prolific as lu my youthful days. # That I vas astonished and happy is expressing my state of mind mfîdPf, Obviously, the hair roots had not been desd. but were donnant m rag the scalp, awaiting the fertilizing potency of the mysterious pomade, jfi I negotiated for and came into possession of the principle for pre paring this mysterious elixir, now called Kotalko, and later had thh Phot* when bald recipe put Into practical form by a chemist. That my own hair growth was permanent has been amply proved,** elixir ; T Hdw YOU May Grow YOUR Hair It has been proved in very many cases that hair roots did not die even when the hair fell out through dandruff, fever, alopecia areata or ccrtnin other hair or scalp disorders. Mist A. D, Otto reports: "About 8 years ago my hair began to fall out until my scalp In spots wai almost entirely bald. I used everything that was recoramend N. R. Dan forth di « a PP ( 'i^<l ... -, .. until at last I came across Ko* T. If. (.appeau talko. My bald spots aro being d. M. Eekerd covered now; tho growth Is al II. I«. Sprunnee »!>«• inch««." c n „ I VV. Mitchell reports: Spruante Dnijj Co, I ^pot« completely A«* b. Busy Dru (l is,i Md ' whirh * ,it ls nOW Dcp't Store» Everywhere liOTAl.HO £OLO BY i if. O. ifV'. ■■X tied ffjf over Sk ' rr'-wiag sim-» I used Kotalko." 111". Mill Id, ~o, : Maxwell reports: ' Tho wholo front o* my head was as Laid «« the palm of my hand for about IS year«. Bince usine Kotalko, hair is growing all over th» plac» that was bald." Many more splendid, convincing reports from satisfied users. ' . - • - B 'on'-lna GrSUi B B£AB OIZ, and other potent in, n ' M fi si gedient«, ho «leohol, no shampoo; but a hair elixir of jl T t onderful effiesey. All ingredients arc safe and harmlcif iVJ even for « child's scalp and hair, positively KOTALKO I ono d^UrhtMIy reliable hair preparation that succeed upon gen-l-e merit. Huy n box of KOTALKO at the drug store. Or ask for KotalkA at the toilet goods or drug counter of eny large department, store. Remember thé name. Accept nothing else as "just «« good.'' »ten on OUAEAKTCE. Or if yon send li cents (silver or stamp»), you will ree-ive n PROOF FOX of Kota'ko wl'h BROCHURK Î ostnsid. Ttetermine NOW In elimieite PANItRt'W. tn trr-t BALDNESS, to STOP IAIR moat KAI.MNO, Pet » box rf gnaranteed KOTALKO. «only once or twice dally: watch In your mlrrer For PROOF BOX (in cents, none otherwi«e) write td JOHN HART BRITTAIN. Inc.. BT-69. Statut F. New York Ci tv bald, w Kotalko it fvonderfu$ for women's hair. § a vNNXV'VVXVNXSXNXVVXXVCVVNNXVSXVVVVSXXVSNXNNVVNXVhJCÄXNVVV y. i THE GARRICK 3 * 2 y y y y Week of March 15—Afternoons at 2.30. Nights, 8.15. g MARIE HAUT AND SAX RENTE. Jollity and Jazz. y y y Crane and Andrews, Illusionists. Otto Brothers, Funsters. I/Orraine and Company, Dancing. Burns Bros., Thrills and Laughs Marlelll, Impersonalnr. Mullen and Francis, Comedy. Major Jack Allen, Roper. Harold Lloyd Comedies, r ^V\VXXXXNXXXXXX>^XXX>XXXXVVVVXNXXVNNXNVVVNXVVXVVVVVVVN> # y y y i \\\%\\\\\\X\\X\\X\\N XNWNWNINXXXXXXXVNWVNNNWNWW PLAYHOUSE * 3 DAYS BEGINNING * TONIGHT ✓ »• g MATINEE SATURDAY Mr. and Mr». Cobum Present Something Different and Refreshing" r / ■ < < 3 SHOWERS y y y K y y. / y y A COMEDY WITH MUSIC By William Cary Duncan Lyrics and Music by Creamer & Layton WITH Anna Wheaton (Of "OH BOY!" Fame) AND AN ENSEMBLE THAT REALLY SINGS PRICES: Nights, 50c to $2.50; Sat. Mat., 50c to $2. —SEATS NOW— ✓ K y K /• A Company —of—* Excellence Symphonic Orchestra of 26 Piece« y y $ < < ; < Days Com. Mon., March 22 3 y y y. y » BARGAIN MATINEE WEDNESDAY The New Chinese-American Play y y < < The Unwanted One * K B ✓ < y ; < g * < By Forrest Halsey and Clara Be ranger WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST i K Forrest VVInant, Madeline Delninr, Marguerite Leslie, Ivy Troutman, Mahle Bert, Leah Winslow, Frances Nrllson, Frank Connor, Dorris Fellows and Jeanne Mnrcola. y N ghts, 50c to $2.00. Bargain Matinee Wednesday, 60c to $1.00, —SEATS NOW— Prices < A/fAJESTIC ^-■-theatre UEEN Q y :: y THEATRE EVERY TIME THE CAT HERE'S A PICTURE YOU'LL APPRECIATE ✓ < / < Charles r ✓ y ; *\A y A * RAY V V ✓ MLuWED SOMETHING HAPPENED I •in —_n— ■i Alarm Clock Andy j Oh, How He Loved to Get ; Up in the Morning! j —Also— Christie Comedy Special ■'Save Vie Sadie The Mystery of the Yellow Room > I Follow the Crowd and See for Yourself —Also— Sennett Comedy A Lady's Tailor ,V\\VV\S\V\X\\VV\XmN>\\\V\\\VV\VV\\V%\VV*e.^ y y / ✓ ¥ •• • • • i y ?