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SOCIAL AND PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hansel, of this city. Will motor to Catonsvlllo, Md. Saturday to visit their son, Francia, who la at tending St. Charles' College. Mis» Jan« Marvel, Miss Sarah Town •aml and Miss Allo« üande« will go to Princeton for a dance tomorrow evening. Among tho girls homo from Westover for a few day* are Miss Polly duPont and Misa Mary Marvel. Mr». Richard Reeso and Mrs. John Bird are spending some lime In Atlan tic City. h After spending several weeks at At lantic City. Mrs. William L. Scott haa itdumed to Wilmington. ■BOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT. Miss Sarah Frances Slants was given Mr« Roy Campbell Is entertaining Jean McAllister, of Hot Springs, Va. Me*. Calvin I. Swayne, of No. 1300 West Seventh street left today for Lawrence, Kan., where she yvlll visit her daughter, Mrs. William Hekklng. - Mrs Pauline Baldwin, Miss Ethel du Pont and the Misses Baldwin enjoy the distinction of making a flight from Nassau B. I, to Miami on a 'plane of tho Aero Limited Transportation Line. The trip Is made over a long area of water and Is very popular with winter sojourners In the Bermuds Islands. Mrs. J. Watson Cain, of No. 610 Van Buren street, left yesterday morning for Daytona. Fla., where she will bo the guest of Mrs. A. M. Daly. Miss Irene Rickards has gone to At lantic City to visit friends for several weeks. a shower on Tuesday evening at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wll Ham J. Staats, No t'.<07 Gilpin avenue. Ml** Staats la to be married to J Vincent Richardson, of this city, the latter purl Of April. The evening was spent In games and music. The bride to be received many pretty gifts. Amon-a those present were Mr. and lira. William Munn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Walton. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Staats, Mr. and Mrs. B. Luther Thomp eon, Mr. and Mrs George F. Stewart, Mrs. Harry Staats. Mrs. C. C Lynch. Mrs. Harry S Lynch. Mr*. W. G Jennes*. Mrs. Robert Oowor, Mrs Helen Carver. Mrs. McDowell, Miss Mildred Jenness, Miss Ethel Lynch. Miss Frances Armstrong, Miss Helen Lynch, Mtss Rras McDowell, Miss Laura Stcw'art. Miss Pearl Lynam. Miss Blanche Campbell, Miss Mildred Thompson. Miss Grace Lynch. Miss Laura Richardson. Miss Mary Weldln, Miss Sarah Harris. Miss Elizabeth Harris Ralph Staats, Harry Berry, John Perry Graves, Roydcn Lynam. Charles Staats, Harlan Thompson, Stanley Lynch. 1 From QKcrKf CoM* taxa T i VF nnoMO oiriNiNp Tahirtt» r» Mw ItTe t.y Q rJrtni tbr Cold, a tonic i*x»tive (ind germ destroyer Look for .ign.tora B. w. oaovB on box. 30c. m-RLEY-roWEI-L rout AT DINNER, Th, Hurley-Powell Company enter talncd their employes at a banquet on Tuesday evening at tho Lambros. John | J. Powell was toastmaster. George Powel gave a brief address on J. J^ Powel. Jr manager of eollecfons spoke on audits. The Hurlcy-Powel Company hss stores In thl* c ty. Camden N. J Atlantic Oily, N. J.. Bridgeton. N. t m t vvrnii î , ■ n. J, Trenton. N. J, Wllkcsbarre, Pa., and ... î Among the guests who helped enter t ta ' n i France, Edward Tylor, a Mever maglr- ! prc-A, Mclnded-J. J. »gPWW. Powrt. J. aPwrtjJPjJ. A. R «h^dsAn E Kdw^7Tv?«^i P t mIapHv PMrtî!7 1 â«nar d naA d F»ivrà J i J ^î- mn' n^rtaif fh«i,r r«nrrt«rtnt«HTijP*a^Tr I* R^'n^r novir^^rtniltwe d C ' F. Bordner. Dover representative. Hazelton. Pa. Ian. and G. P. Bordner In recitations. nillTIIDW PARTY. Mrs. William R. Hall, of No 1807 | Church street, celebrated her birthday anniversary on Monday evening. Cards and dancing were the features. Music was furnished hy tho Loyal Order of Moose, No. 184, Orchestra. Solos were sung by William Springer and. John Brainard A handsome out glass vase and a bouquei of roses and 0 ^ < ' h,<,8 „.yiT rr preBcniPd to Mrs. Hall by Will IMS W. representing L. O. O M.. No. *84. Harry Lapsley, In behalf of some « k. ?°™ a af ,. lv î 00seheart Legion. 1 of which Mrs. Hall Is supervisor, also presented a 820 gold piece. Among those present were: Mr. and. Mrs Harry Lapsley, Mr. and Mrs Wll a L n .f, pr Wright, Mr. ; and Mrs John Golden. Mrs. Lulu Har- j Mr«' nr à ïln»«' n w, Wl: L 1 !? 1 ? , B ' lcf, anan. BeMrlM n^a^Mr 1 ! 98 ^ rJ e n.? prl 'î^ r - Hark Mr ■ r d Joh . n \Ir« 1, Mnrv e M r 5 .î® 0 D(mn«ll, I Brigg Mira NbÄ! "« Kenda I 11 ' Themntir.. 4« a ' dron . M«- El»le Mr* MaA , Arthur nd Mr Mr fnd J M^ Eci;rlêh Toseoh TTÎiiim.« w man MarUn 'pmwtv T a ' I ueor»re Hanlr iKhn inhni/l« m x« R0W r en ' and M's JohnBralna-d \ Mr i tin Mr» Hannah Fm Pox Mr and Mr» xi E1 * zap f th Clyde P^Wson^WlHa'd ^fiTnd mTss Ryftf-5/ar*äKi »? bring. Alfred Bradford. Nloklos Rutter, - —: BRAIN TESTS By Sam Lord. 6 MINUTES TO ANSWER THIS, No. 368. Wc will leave it to the Ingenuity of our puzzielsts to figure out a rea sonable reply to the following query from a collector of rare old manuscripts. He I* not accustomed to expressing h'mself in the ordin ary, undorstandnble way that most of us choose. He says; 'Regarding the value of all letters shown, ten are worth ten dollar*, while none is worth teen dollar*. One being worth elevn dollar*, I would like yo „ to n»T fiiX estimate the value of a TON upon the same basis. "Respectfully, "T, Owen," ANSWER TO NO. 367, The tour of Mar's canal* spell, out the message— •TIIERK IS NU POSSIBLE WAY." (Copyright, 1220 by Sam Loyd.) HUMAN PROGRESS LINKED WITH CAPITAL, SA YSMAXIM * 4 -• m , a j V k m - ■ * V - 1 m KfC M s •sa. ' M. _Miss * ■ *■ -iiml J*! -'i .' V ' "" I * 4 > • » ■ ?.&•'' V.- • «■ jS SffSpH <4 *'***'■ ' ■ V %SHSßiäÄE- x |. yf ,Hall »fetepï - ' ' V^ik*Ä|s&a:* N MB»»--?.-'.- ' ' ' f! !.. ■ i n f'% »#■ / M fi. .V? (8 Si . 4 . wmàt rvÄ" litt kl Ni m 'Mr "M . - ■'Y. ' f. w<-+ m ■. ■ w - - ■ 1 1 —--. ■ ■JstrrrLff . HUDSON MAXIM. _ Plrc) Continued from First Page. « the expense of the P'o'e ar a also of making slaves of wi-rklngm n t y shutting on th-m the door, uf o| . - tunlty ; and Miss Columbia has «** " haled to the bar, charged with luakmg « mockery of human liberty by a fal»( log this charge? liiere are classes of them—the one ' . . Be^s and the other the Parlor Social Ists. tunlty; and Miss Columbia has been haled lo-the bar, charged with making a mockery of human liberty by a false prêt, ns of cnllghtenlmr the world. "Who are Hie accusers that arc mak-1 two main " the Radical ' "The Reds are an unshaven, unwashed, uncombed and unloused Ini of foreign agitators. They are mainly Bolshevist* HRIUXIIFCB. ("DJ 0 »V 1 . ... from Russia who have made their own country a bell of chaos, lire, rapine, plunder and murder, vshere every man is set against every other, and where there Is no protection of person or nronerty They have come also from Aualr , a . M „ngary, Germany and -l ästern Asia They arc tile under whelms of those countries who. with their whole ancestral line of thuggery have never known any government that to | was not a tyranny. Consequently, them any government Is a tyranny. 1 Is their aim to upset our government the red regime of Biwli. that mistakes pbmdcrd.vm for _ r . ' "The other class, .he Parlor Soi.lal ists. have come mainly from Russia. *_.*.(• .„d r.crmmv or have A " 8trla ' ' ln .^ ary a frpm for "bca s who î hnart sniinirles Tliev are came from those countries ! noy are m0Pe Ä' T y , o S« nC<1 î..a ^»tpr Mnthed ,„7 more Intel washed, belter clothed mJItlating N^ÄS'ZÄ jde^nrtlnp-pbout («• (nie 0Ur pn ', 8 1 ^ î 7in or. 1er to meet ernmciU are r "'" lr ' , " h "'; an<, 1 an! *' ver 1 (^în vv amMo -!how _ i l la nef , ,, that our present form of governm belter than vshal they vvould gl e - j thnt our» is tho ment the world has evir S*n, 80. It IS dangerous to «Hry h « pe - j socialistic experiment that has been tried so often In the past an( J haa *l ways failed—an experiment that nas always engulfed government, st<.) merged society, brought chaos ami revolution, wllh the man on horseback the establishment of monarch!al md absolutism. "Dio term Socialism te R <misnompr and ln ev(>ry dictionary It Is wrongly ( |eflne<i for, n« appl ed in usngc u mean9 un-soclaIUm, It 1* not a forma , lve doctrine of sociality, but a déforma j,| v(( doctrine of parasitism on society, ..w 0W vv ho are the American capital , atg . They are those who have, by hard work. economy and thrift, and by thp|r Ken i„ s an d Judgment, accumulated pro p erly m the shape of homes, houses. lands, and stock interests in the busl-,who nes* enterprises of the country. R V far he largest part of the wealth ln thl» country today, hy far the Iarg , _ art of , he working capital that movfs the wheels of Industry In Amor-| Ilea. Is owned by working people. "A vast multitude of the laboring men still engaged as wage earners own enoughh capital to place them in the rla 8s of the capitalists who would be robbed bv the establishment of the so eiallst regime, In America there la no i dlvi ' iinp ,ln '' between workin(îm<:n * nd I i" 8 »» ' ■» «— ed poor and as humble laborers, and I —some of them the richest men In the world—began life as common laborers. I their aceumlation of wealth never (topped one of them from working - !v V Rainy Days Brigliten Up after " ~ r Ivc iiad a dish, or two -says of POST Toasties .g,..., mpn .i ve a „j ,ii e | n harness, 4»*« '""en live " u t| ®" ™ k Thomaa ^ Edison still works doo/'of opportunltv In America I d ' J " r ,3"arge wealth and dis îfnrXn^t^.id- wTlc open «nd *he so , , n |t atlll c i, utn ;l n |J; _ • . . .. . .. . „„ 110 | for any man lo earn large wealth and dls Unellon stands wide open, and the so ciBllsU want to close It and chain »1 men down to a common pace with equal rewards for those who will not work and save as for those who will, for those who have ability and ambition. "The home of the common working today Is heller supplied with com forts and conveniences than was that of any king a r ™ y a«o: and with free m fre f h P' . „m.ann ImPfl (hnalPA» libraries, cheap nc s I a P *■ . ' moving pictures and automobiles he [* al,1 ° *° enjoy f.ir more ( g thrilling U l ' a, 'He out o , h „'. WiR or noble could gel a little - 1 ;l *° „"Let us realize thi» great tnrth-thal we have today to own and enjoy : ^ l «ccu m ulaled and°uUl*zed caffl " fhoso who have worked for bTt £?•"[„"' ^ weed whit ^Ihev have 'n m , , t wc know ns cap Thl9 » v ' hal " e know cap the g#v|n „ ^ hiimnn pn wich «, education and experience, and the putting of (hem • «mnlovment of labor for 2 "^.XX^'^XancnlngofDM m quickening ana cneapenmg nr pro ^'«ctlon. and for the universal benefit of , nlan klnd. .. Evflryth|n(r that maVes po „ lb ie the s,,pr ' 1r ' on ,hls , ' on,ln, ' nl of a larger Population than was thnt of tiny Red ,ndlanf ' before America was discovered, ! .. ABrt ' | M( | y> ppnininn honMty In nil; soolal and business relations, of which '"'f government llse lf is merely an ex comiuan honesty that protects Ilf* a nd property and also safeguards ^unprotected life and property, and the r ,,,, ognmpn of our virtue* and our : vnluc In the good-will of other nations Inwards us, constitute our most useful working capital. I . (Capital Is of no use whatever to Its i owner unless he puls it to use, and he 1 rnn no j p„( | ( )0 llsp W ||(, 0ll f emplny i n g others, nn(l tho greatest beneht (hat can be conferred on any man Is to p | V e him employment for which he Is mtod. "Every capitalist ha* to compete with every olher copllßllst In the em ploymenf of labor, and labor gels the benefit; and every capitalist has to compete wllh every other eapllallst In putting h*s capital to use where It will work for him, and tho public gets the beneflt. for hls capital can work for tiim only hy giving employment to labor, and by Increasing production, ail for the public good. "The greatest of benefactors are they use their Intelligence, their ener gles and their capital, lo g've congenial employment to labor In the produe Mon of the good things of life, for the benent and enjoyment of all "Uncle Sam Is charged with being a capitalist, and we have seen that « rap la 1st Is a man who acquires capital and puts It to use for the pub lie good. I ne|p Sam Is charged with being a capitalist, as though It were a crime to be a benefactor. If It Is a crime lo ~ I Be Better Looking—Take Olive Tablets If your skin Is yellow—complexion pallid—tongue coated—appetite poor you have a bad taste in your mouth— e lazy, no-good feeling—you should tak- Olive Tablets. t Ur. Edwards Olive Tablet»—a sub •blute for calomel—were prepared by Dr. Edwards after 17 years of study, I>. ivd wards'OliveT ablets are a [n i rely j ssssä I T o have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, * î pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like , childhood days you must prt at t because. ( Ur. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on i tte liver and bowels like calomel—yet have no dangerous after effects. 1 hey start the bile and overcome con •tipaiion. Millions of boxes are sold annually at iOc and 25c. Take one or ; twomghtly and note the pleasing results. 1 r ■ i Typewriter Supply Co. T *»0*1 n. w. Co,, »u. .od ivwi.Jypewr.ters Repaired ROYAL TYPEWRITER AGENCY B * A , n 1 ni"nl!h• U "pi 1 >?( n"! r r t.T*!* u Cî 0 '2 r,m1 *JP« wr Rer» Sam« «Imnat brand |n !>« »n nûta rn rTnfhl. "('» h ' î' Ç- Kml,h - Oliver, Plderwoorl, Royal, »30 Th. Roy"* nt JT 'rmi'snil *' 0,>en 8a *" rJ «Z •«•rnnon.; Th» beîiî TYPEWRITERS RENTED, 3 MONTHS $5.00 UP l»w. T GIRLS ARE DINNER GUESTS Wollaston Hsll of the Y. W a A. was the scene of merrymaking last evening. when the young women of the hall were given a dinner and entertainment by tho house committee, of which Mrs. L. O. Thompson Is chairman. Tho ! dining hall reflected the spirit of the day vvi'h Its green crepe paper ferns, and the young women wore ar- ) rayed In green paper cups and green rrsa rs s™t»s end III lu-ii Intrndumid lliu .pcuhni'i. Mrs. C. F. Wollaston, pres dent of the board of directors, gave a pleasing HU tie talk on "Happiness " Other speak ers were Miss Clara High 1er, Miss Ethel n. Arey, the new general secretary, and Miss Groce L. Osborn, who has been the general secretary of the local "Y." After the dinner an entertainment was given In the music room. The program was as follows: Miss Anue Trice and Miss Blanche T. Deakyne sang a duct, "Oh. Beauteous Night." from "The Tales of Hoffman" and "Isle of Dreams." Miss Maud Deakyne ao oompau'ed them. Mrs. C V. Manner Ing sang "My Wild Irish Rose" and "April Gli l," accompanied by Mrs. Ar thur Price. Mrs. Price gave a piano solo. ' Cascade of Roses." Mrs. F. E. . Booth recited. Among others who helped to make ( the entertainment a success were Mrs. Floy E. Booth and Miss .Agnes Y. Dow- . ney. Mrs. Booth contributed an Irish 1 story entitled a "Little White Kerchief" and also gave a pleasant account of the people of Ireland. Miss Downey con-, trlbutcd many stories In Irish dialect, The committee on the dinner con- | slsled of Mrs. Jano s Price, Mrs. S. C. ' Hill. Mrs. Elizabeth Wine and Mrs. i Louis Fritz; committee on decoration. Garrle Baker. Mrs. Charles Bird Mrs. Charles Story; committee on entertainment, Mrs B C Grommon. Mrs. Harry Hobson and Miss L G. Thompson ! Among (hose pi, nt fr. rn Wollaston were. Misse* Mary Cady. L. M. Gas-on, G Gc roll. I. 1 ifl !.. carpen 1er I. > -fllu lu rlli < Ig\i-, Hi- Gra Nora Longfleld, Marget McCoy, Sarah Neal, Bessie Purnell. Ruth Purnell, Ruth Richards. Mary Lee Wilkins, Mildred Warrington, Rose Webber, Elva Web her, Ray Williams, Bertha Mae Boyles. N «Ule Boyles. Ada Brauner. Nevis ; Brown, Myrtle Bause. Winifred Bailey, Susie Donovan. Ante Devine, Bertha Ford. K. Green, Margaret Montgomery. Bvelyn Schenk. Luelle Pproul, Flor ence Wood, Lcnore Wood, Helen Mal laee and Gertrude Wallace. be a capitalist, then all of «» wfio work and save and put our earnings to use for the benefit of ourselves and others are criminals. Human progress can not be a crime. ■ If capitalism is a crime, then the only way for us to avoid being criminals is tO Un<iO ftll UlO gTCOt g<iO(l ttlSt llSS been aoooomplishcd for man's welfare years, undo everyllng that, has been done for hls progress and uplift for 25.0CK» years, and return to the cave dwelling where we might live In prlmi t|ve mnnoeence. -The Rods end Socialists would have !' S , ^»ngo our course to escape the nlqulty of . « a| ' italls "'- Jhe only way 0 ! m< "' lty „ of "P"* 11 «™ ' 8 î.° tle * ,ro J thal iniquitv as Ihej have done In Russia If the Russians go on »«rlhpr they will ^aolUn th« t h „ „allot may become a "harder sword than thîVvo"d of steel and we 8 j I during th epast hundred and flfty . , , . .7 ', ui. "".' S "'' rk f ? p ( Ule . f,luMtl ?? l of P u "'° opinion, work lo shape public opinion. th nt m,. „allot may be wielded wisely, wielded for human progress instead of a „ 1jn , t ■^äuJtion. Education; always cduca t |on, Is our safeguard Knowledge is power Right living Is a business propo E^pV"" ... " **** -if it pion.— Ihn hnnornble conrt of| publie opinion, of which you genlle ' mPn arP judges and Jurors, I move that the charge of anv wrong-doing! «gainst Uncle Sam and Miss Columbia be quashed, and that they he compli rnented on the great work they have done for human freedom, prosperity « n d general well-being during the past hundred and forty-four years" ' FIRM False Teeth Dr. Wernet's Powder KEEPS THEM TIGHT Ileal» Sore Gum». White, FT»vored, Antl»«p tlc. You rat. talk, laugh with r»»r; Guaran teed by Wernel Drnrai Mfg. Co.. 116 Berknwn St., New York. JSc.SOc.fi. Refu»r imitation». Sold at Drug and Department Store». Ask Your Grocer for Bittner's Potato Waffle Chips They Are Delicious Rubber Goods and prices, Atomizer bulbs will wear out. A new one costs but little. Hot Water Bags, all sizes Fountain Syringes, Sick Rnnm Gnnds Nurse™ «inn „ m uooas > Nursery bup P*'®3> etc, Telephone If you are In a Ärj 00 busy to cai1 - " e deliver, CappeaiTs Druß Store Opposite B. & O. Station Both Phones - I Laird and Company, duPont Building, ss'îjüi '»"»■'"«« -"ï,"»" - I...I — ««. Bd ' LOCAL SECURITIES ; 'J u *' on | Debenture ..... , *T on * Common mew) ' du Pont Common (old) ou Pont Chemical pref, ! Haroulea pref. Hercules Common and,Atlas pref. ) Atlas Common ... market strong at TODAY'S OPENING _ NEW YORK. March 18 (United Presa) The stock market opened strong today. \ rnL . r i can ii( dc and > eat hp r onened at ° P J!" ;■*'*' U P Central Leather, 88)4, up j '4: Crucible, 236, up 214: General Motors,, 827)4, up 1%; Texas Oompanv, Inturnatlona! Pnn „_ 7 ', P *' . "1 Paper, 89. up U. 89 .. 86 320 310 8 10 0 104 too 210 220 m 83 «»158 i04 * : (614. up %; American loe, 5014, up 2)4; Pan-American, 98 )j, ! „ .0^4. up H; Mexican Petroleum, 191)4, up )4; United Slates Steel. 100H, up )4, . and Studebaker. 104. up 1% ; American I ce - 6014, up %. ( Baldwin opened at 135. unchanged, and American Woolen ex-divldend . opened at 138. up 414. 1 The market quickly developed Into a runaway affair during the llrst half hour with buying centering In the motors, steels and equipments. Steel common made an early high at 101)4, | and Republic ran close to par, Baldwin ' made a new high on the move at 137)4, i up 2)4; American Locomotive was up 2. 117)4 ; Stutz made a new record high at 181)4. up 13. General Motors touched 33i. but reacted about 4. Vanadium was up nearly 4 al 63. The pace became a little too fast and ! around II o'clock a lot of selling of a profit-taking 'character came Into the market. Baldwin sold off more than three points from the high, and General Motors about 5. Studebaker held around 165. _ up *4: American Locomotive. 106H, up H; Republic, 98, up 1)4; Bethlehem B., LIVERPOOL COTTON, LIVERPOOL. March 18 (United Press). spots opened In improved demand, prlces flrm , ; Sales amounted to 6,000 hales. Receipts totaled 8,000 bales, in cluding 200 American. Futures opened steady. American middlings, fair, 33.64; good middlings, 30.64; full middlings, 29 64; middlings, 28.64; low middlings, 25.34; good ordinary, 22.14; ordinary, 21.14. I NEW YORK COTTON. NEW YORK, March 18 (United Press), j —The cotton market opened firm today. March sold at 40.24; May, 38.75, up 14: I July, 34.95, up 11; October, 31.95, up 3, and December, 31.12, up 12. Pneumonia often follow* a X Neglected Cold KILL THE COLD1 Hill's m I CASCARAjrJy QUININE " i fiJIOMlOt At Standard cold remedy for W y tara —in tablet form-—aafe. aure. no opiates—break* up a cold in 24 hour«—relieve» ^ Money back i_ ^ genuine box has • Red ^^^top with Mr. Hill'a picture. At All Oru* Stmrm crip in 3 days, if it faila. The ! m FOR THE PURPOSE Of Getting First-Hand Information On Congressional Oil Call on Mr. Jesse Bingham Now at Hotel duPont t BgBgBEBEgBgg^ RRRRRRSSRRRRRRRRaRSHRRRRRt RRRR □DO □□□□□□□□□ □□□□C jaa o Prl in Ci RECEPTION and MASS MEETING □ □ □ D ü c □ □ □ c "7 c To Meet Miss Mary G. Kilbreth L7M nn j L 3 c î j ÜJ L .1 î j n ■ I.'J IJL' u:j President National Association Opposed to • Suffrage Ra □□ rn UD BALLROOM, HOTEL DUPONT Friday Evening, March 19, at 8 O'clock HR □§ r 'i L1L1 l 1 □ Bn '3 UL. on r i ADDRESSES BY m ra He] HON. GEORGE GRAY h r ■ L 3S" 33 ■ HON. WILLIAM MARBURY, : Esq, ■ HÎD OF BALTIMORE, MD. DP - MISS CHARLOTTE ROWE p PS Field Secretary National Association Opposed to Suffrage Will Speak on "Why Delaware Should Not Ratify the Anthony Amendment - n D Who n ni THE PUBLIC INVITED ■ ■ a 9 j □I Bnnnnmm » ■ ■ *■■■ ii* Q3 lODDDai B«THEn CIRCLE WCIAI. ! Tho flrpt monthly busloeéS and social mcdlnfl of the Quoen Esther °. f ( ?f„ 0t î, f *l, ra ' !/",■' fi^r^ri *n 1? Art«- U» Ing was spent In games ond singing. The officers are: President, Mrs, 8. R. Huroa: vice-president, Mira MM« Mlllla; corresponding »ecretarj, Bertha Blick ; recording secretary, Edith An Harold Houck; Marjorie Sard; Reynard ; committee , Edlthe Keen, . . .. ». « r .. Among those present were; Anderson. Bertha Black, Anna Ed wards, Marlon Jackson. Florence Jack aon, Florence Davis, Marlon Minis, Mmide Harvey, Mildred H ar '* y ' Mar J orle 8ar<1 ' Raoh,>1 R«)'nard, E1 "' ab9 "î Perry, Lillian Wilson; Messrs. Harold Houck, Ralph Houck, William Camp bell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Brown, Mr. and Mra. 9. T. M111I» and Helen Mil Us. Mrs. Dave Jackson, Mrs. Judson McI , enry Mr ^ Mrs. 9. E. Huron, demon ; treasurer, assistant treasurer, mite box secretary, Mahe Kdltti 0 ELUS STL'DIO EXIHIIIT. Preparations are being completed by the Ellis Photograph Studio, for the annual portrait show, which will be held In the duBarry room of Hotel duPont, March 25. 26 and 27. j The studio Will have on display about 501 photographs of Delaware's 'leading citizens, men and women high In social and olvlo life, as well as little i ,__. . 1 boye and ^rlrls. Thô show Will be ar ranged along the same plan as the one held here several vears ago i uem uere several yiars ago I wl. _B HHR __ Miss Mary Ann Staats, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Staats, of Town send, and Davis H. Bell, of Smyrna, will be married next Monday. Miss Staats _ _. r» hll has been spending tbe winter ln 1 hil adelphla with Mr. Bells' brother-ln law and sister, Dr. and Mrs, George J. _ . ' bnuen. , MISS STAATS TO BE BBIBF. HER MISERY ENDED IM PlIADT ADHCD IN jHÜKl UKI/lK Here's the way an Atlantic City I woman expresses her appreciation of 1 M. D. I.: "I want to offer my evidence of the cnlpndld upHiilts fivirn talking M D T spienaia resuiw rrom lakin#? m. u. i. iD a C®8C Of chronic Indigestion. "I had long suffered untold misery on account of my poor, sick Stomach. I t .„(...j dldn t live, I merely existed. "After I began to take M. D. I. the change in my life was remarkable. I I hcfffln (a u|,pa well nnH emild eat foods 1 pegan to sleep wen ana coma eat looas | that formerly would have meant a dreadful sick spell. I am surely glad to say a word for the remedy that helped me. and shall always rccom- j' mend It to my friends. MR9 WILLIAM FATK1N, ' iQ(q Htirrimoclr A-ee 1913 Hummock Axe., Atlantic City. Buy AU D. I. at any drug store—Adv. — — — -- - j I ! ' I Marshal H. Yeatman Undertaker and Embalmer Successor to John B. .Martin. OFFICE, 819 WASHINGTON ST. Telephone 13. FLOWERS j J I I 1 I ( I A. B. Cartledge, Jr. 220 W. 9th St. The Lamrvt Assort meni of Flowers in Delaware, ■ CHANDLERS î Jaa, T. Chandler. 8r. Jaa. T. Chandler, Jr. Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs 212-214 WEST NINTH ST. Telephone* SI and 82. Del. Are. and Jefferson St. Rea: MOOTT _ I « 10 *g"®"*Ç - oor fl „ r f ather ftn( j hatband. Otcar ll Mount, wbu 'leparfed thi» life Mnrcb 18, 1919 1 0d * 7** t h ** P«»" 11 ' 0, ! r h «* rt " «tut »or«. f Aw s.* ."• „ jffÄ ï A..... For Ood «Jone kn*w what vti best. bo «altered and an.^tooajim horn^.o n„ t they little know tue »orrow our heart» conceal. Sadly inUaed by bi» family • IS HKMOBIAM. la sad but loving remembrance of our dear falber, John Maguire, who departed this life tlfteen year« ago today, March 18. IW. Ktcrual rest grant unto him. Oh Lord. Let perpetual light Rhine upon him Sou and Daughter* May he r*n t In i>eace. CHICAGO GRAINS. CHICAGO, March 18 (United Press-,~ Openlug grain: Corn, May, 158; July, 150)4aH. Oats, May, 88a)4; July. 80'*. tea From Weakness lo Robust Health By Internal Baths*' Kt Mr o, w ' 1 ! 1 , l " , f*. "g ? lu f, h 5? , J of , rM ^: N ' 0 Ti. 1 ' n iByrieolc institute'' ** Jl * "I bought your 'j. B. h. Cascade' several . u ,8° and already It ha. made n £n do£S tÄSuw o?°a wmpUcaUon «f trouble». Tbl» in spite of the fact that 1 *SJ . T ?., ye S r * r ol Äi', , ... 1 he "J. H. L. Cascade" cleanse» the lorv.-r lnt»*Htlne Its entire length and keeps U always free of poisonous waste, Thousands testify- that Constipation, la digestion. Stomach Troubles, Bltlousm--. Headaches aud all the many serious Iron hies which they cause are absolutely n »"d Prevented by this Nature Trem me N ?t B i>„nforth s Drug «tore, in wiiminr ton, win be glad to show vou the "j. n. L. Cascade " explain Its simple operation and will give you, free on request, an in uttie honk by Dr. Oha», a. Ty: rell. of New York, a noted specialist on Bernal Bathing for 20 years in tbat clt> Clip this out as a reminder to ask for the booklet at your first opportunity. Si " e Fiôrkts WelCh **^ WEST EIGHTH STREET. Cut Flowers and Funeral Design» a Specialty. D. A A 5672. MITCHELL—In this city, on 3rd mouth, lifh day, WJO, Mcbtl A. \fitcbull. Funeral froni n-aid^noe of b^r 9\* DEATHS. Xnrah J. Mitchell, liockessin, on 7th day, 3rd month, 192u, at 1 o'clock. Im : G-arden, Pa., cemetery. PLTEKSON—In thi» city, on March !.. Ilt20. Charle» A. Peterson, aged 71 yrsrt Relatives, friends and employes of tin Pullman Palace Car Co., are Invited to a lend tbe funeral services at the reside!" ()f hls , oa . iu - laWi A . A An der»on. 2321 imuc streut, on Saturday aftern< March 30, at 2A0 o'clock, interment , r . , Vera^.m. E. Grace Green, aged 8 years, Relatives and friends are invited to a tend the funeral services, at his late resi dt . nce> KUmensi. Del., on Saturday aft-r N., noon, at 2.30 o'clock. Interment at Sllver brook cemetery. -ELLIOTT—in this city, March 10. 1920. Jane, wife of .Simon Elliott, ag'-i 67 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to at tend the funeral services, at her late r*-si dence. No. 1828 Loveriug avenue. day afternoon, March 19, at 2.30 o'clock. Interment at ßlvcrvlew cemetery. UUlT—At the Delaware Hospital, on March 14, 1920, Henry Hutt, husband n( Gertrude Hutt, aged 40 years. Relatives, friends and members of Hud Carriers' Union, are invited to attend the funeral services from the Funeral Parlors of E, Gertrude Rose, No. 427 East Eleventh street, on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. ou r r of Richardson Park. Interment at Mt. Olive cemetery. JOHNSON—In this city, on March 16, 192". Walter J. Johnson. Sr., aged 03 years. Relatives, friends, Diligent Council. No. 10, Jr. O. U. A. M.; Camp No. «. P. O. of A.; Welcome Lodge, No. 3, S. of B : Apache Tribe, No 61, I. O. R. M.; Car pculcr's Union. No. 626, of Wilmington, are invited to attend the funeral service» at the residence of hls sister, Mrs. C. L. Mohrrnann. No. 610 West Fifth street, on Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Inter ment at Sllverbrook cemetery. EASTBURN—At Red Mills, near Newark. Del., on March 18. 1920, Mary Ellen Ruth, wife of Franklin Eaatburn, aged 73 years. Relatives and friend» are invited to at tend the funeral services at her late re»i dence, near Newark, Del., on Friday aftei^ nocdi, March 19, at 2 o'clock. Interment at White Clay Creek cemetery. FORREST—In thia city, on March IS. 1920, Anna Wells, wife of Daniel A. For rest. in her 70th year. Relatives and friends are invited to at tend the funeral services at her late resi dence, No. 270» Van Burn street, on Sun day afternoon, March 21, at 2 o'clock, in terment at Old Swcdea cemetery.