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TWO HOOT IN
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Aiken Run Down by Auto;
T- . „ ... ,
Forkey Collides with
Tplnoranh Pnlp
1 ClCglapu rule
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... o .i„e,H.T
/». «r'éét .t rVur"r;rd M.rtri^rtly!rtoTly
■ after 1 o'clock. Sunday morning, was
■ struck hy an automohlle truck hear
I, tng a Pennsylvania license, fractur
ing his left arm. The driver of the
truck
WOMAN, INFANT
SPARED INJURY
31 years.
G»orge Aiken,
stopped long enough to
assist his. victim to the curb and
then hurried away before the police
learned his identity. Aiken «a,
moved to the Homeopathic Hoapftal
where his injurie, were dressed, af
t*r which h* w»»nt to hi* h«m#».
ioaenh A Fonkev of thir city, i«'
t.'.L. o tt ni«...iop V'Rnopi! Ho«nital(
Raliaburv .Md «ufferinx frac
tures of both legs severe bruises and
* lacerations sustained when the
toreve'e on whir* he was riding
struck a telephone pole on the Sea-1
IneriooT 1 ^'e* wlîe !Tnd ta?'îf!
F„.key who?.re W rld,n. In th.'ald.
car. were throon from the machine
but escaped eerious injury.
An automobile operated by Wil-1
Ham F BurVIs of Newport and a
taxicab collided Saturday night.
Both
R '
Fourth and French streets
! curs were slightly damaged,
f Automobiles operated by Ernest
Thompson, avenue.
, and James McDermott, of Bridge
ton, N. J., collid#! at Tenth and
Market streets, shortly after 3
', o'clock, yesterday afternoon. Both
cars were'sllghtly damaged.
TOO LATE, FINED
(Continued From First Page.)
Showing the book it proved one is
sued by the State and Federal au*
4 thoritie«. Judge Morris, after look
ing at the hook, said that alhough
% the Federal regulation.« were in the
back part of the book they took
precedence to the 8t.t. laws.
With but one or two exception*;*«
.11 of the defendants entered pi...
of not guilty to the charge two men.
James B. I.ancaster and Joseph
Rome, savina that, thev were not
Barnes, saying tnav tney were not
gunning after dark, but were mere
lv iwimmnlg from th. marsh, after
* being caught by the rising tide. AI
r-.s T While another defendant
fred L. White, anomer netenaani.
said he was picking coal at the time
he was arrested, while others
they were bound for their homes ,n
New Castle er this city, when «r- j
rested
f»1x of she defendant« entered
pleas of guilty and after the mini
.mum fine was imposed, the ,
changed their pleas from that of jfot
guilty to guilt).
James H. H "f hp * n Jr " ( F"'! Pd I
none oî the defendant
the court that none of the defendant»
was a professional hunter, and none
!
I
"was charged with shooting ducks
after d«Trk.
, In Imposing the light sentences;
Judge Morris told the defendants'
that the Government did not want to
Be unfair but that the laws adopted
bv the representatives oFthe N defend-|
ants and others must be obeyed. "It !
is for you men to sec that these lanel
obeyed and you can help spread I
He then Imposed |
• n
' this Information."
the lowest fine allowed without costs, j
Those fined were: John Gap«, Al
' 'bert J. Toner. Alfred L. White. Ed-j
ward J. Hemphill. S. Thomas Phil
lips, William Jenkins. Howard Bid
dle, Leonard Hamilton. George Ros
sltter. Jamas R. Lancaster, Price
Phillip». Joseph Barnes and Georg«;
F- Perkins. ' |
hp '
The migratory bird
tween the I'nited States and Can
ada prohibits the hunting of ducks
treaty
after sundown.
DEFECTIVE BRAKES
BLAMED ON OWNERS
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That the owners of automobile«]
with defective brakes should be:
brought Into court instead of the'
driver» was an opinion expressed by *
A.*«l*tant City Solicitor Green in Mu
nicipal Court this morning when
William H. Searlea was arraigned
on charge» of operating an automo-1
bile with defective brake« and with
out a licenee.
Pearle« wne fined $lh and costs
the without-a-license charge and
sentence was suspended in the other '
case. He ea!d he went to work for ;
a grocer on Friday and did not know
cn
that
were bad. He was arrested after he
had run into two automobile« Jn
Orange street, between Ninth and
Tenth streets. He was on businem
for his employer at the time, he said.
Tt 1» understood that Senrles' em-l^
ployer will he arrested for allowing
th® operation of a ear with defective
brakes.
THREE CR AP PLAYERS
FINED $5 EACH
Fines of $5 and coats were lm-1
three defendant*
posed on
charge* of playing crap by Deputy I
Judge Lynn In Municipal Court this i
The defendant* were I
Albert Mont-|
gnmery, Negroes, and Edward Moss
man.
In the cases of Bernard Farenski
and Frank Gobelewakl, alao charged
with playing crap, sentence «*.'
suspended by the court.
Farensld. Mpssman. GobeTewak
and Montgomery were arrested by
Pergeant Devenney and OJficer An*
ley in a raid on a crap game a? Sec
ond «nd Poplar streets yesterday.
morning.
George Gurke und
I
Honeymooners Abroad
4
BANDITS
Monsieur Cousins Plays Hero but in Vain
By Zoe Beckley
Rosin».. <»re. hàv? l '(iîoii*<i
. *]°n «bout Na, lies fSr
edsa yka " ,,d hlabrlde -
L'Ol SINS, European manager for Jack's
, employers. Jack wcreily la Invent
satiiiK Cousin* actlvltlea wlih a view!
to diet
In*.
an eWcur
I Th *">' *«. returning from Pom
pel, to Naples |„ the big green car.
i Tired a. he was with the long day
j excursion, and conscious of the
UpprMS '' d antagonism between
f ,"
j suddenly ,n''th? dTrkeM "p'.rt of
, R:oomv dim ,
than , tn
-*ering suspected double-deal
street, no wider
several figures leaped
t,o the running
signori, soldi"' cried
from the ahadnws
board.
!
"Soldi.
_ aueo ' .
rf-;™ , ' nrf w
bu , thl . ^ b '* Kar form " la
* h.ggars tone. Ob
, ' 0U8 ^ man w ' a * th# leader of
a romi,an >' ft marauder« and th
18 ,m P* li ®nt threat. Edna'ehrank
i agaJn9t her hueband. who cur«ed
' akl " K 1 a "''olver along. Cous
r """ .1' ' om ' , h , ng in Italian.
F h " * ro 'R' , ''I flaures burst
an "" s 7' rln V n * rl Th '* lpadPr
Pd 8 ' '^"'nus^or'pearls'^hout
j ' hpu '' hack
" nd ..fj""!!? a hard "»«<„ 'n
al* îf., arP ' ThP man WPnt
T, ' u
0 9 flv * or " x others leapt
,bp Par - Edn * »'•reamed and hid!
hPr f * r *- -I*ck strove to protect her
and attack the rufflana at the same
Cousins
Perate. Then suddenly the gleam of
Things looked des
right and left.
LEE HERE WEDNESDAY
WITH RAILROAD MEN
Rrmhf h 1 ^ %*"r M rP ^ dP T ? f ,h
Lf ii sa 't!
!?ns A of D.^wlr.
in* of DAlaYware and Brand\wine
Lodges Of tra-Wnten of this city.
the New Century Club at 7 o'clock
t .
on -Wednesday night. All railroad
vlted ° ' * 5 *" ' tlm ' y arP n
This will be Mr. Lee'« first visit
to Wilmington.
known a« one of the biggest men in
railroad labor circle. He will ar-.
rive in thi« pity on Wednwdijr after
noon and will be entertained by th*»
trainmen during his May He will
fr°m here to Philadelphia.
Delaw Led*.- of^'r.'nmen rep
"»•"«* 1 ' b * arnB ' oy ' a 'J',"' ,
»are DWIslon of the Penns)Hanla
RtUrotd and Brandywine Lodge the
_ __
Maryland.dl)lalon. Th# committee)
I" «h«rge of arrangement« urge, all
railroad man whether they are mem
hers of these lodges or not to attend
_
the meeting._
rr'/^n POO a n/iftfirm
iVEÎGKEIÎSo ACCUSED *
Nr
OP Cl ASHING RR0WN
W OL/\OnLNU IMlUmN
-
Accused of ; cutting Harrison
Brown Vegro about the head wlth
a kitchen knife after the Negro had
resented her refusal to allow him
caI1 on her ' Henrietta Finney. Ne-,
p Tatnall etneet near Second
* ^ urnMi on a char*,
of assault and battery.
Deputy Judge Lynn, In Municipal
Court this morning, held Henrietta
in $500 ha 1 until tomorrow, pend
He Is nationally!
Ing Investigation.
The troilble occurred at Third
and Tatnall streets. Motorcycle Offl
cer Blackiston took Brown to the
Delaware Hospital, where It was
found necessary to use eight stitches
to dose the cut.
ADAMS IN "PACKARD,
WINS PUSHM0BILE RACE
jture event on the program, ln the
pushmobile races held Saturday af
ln his "Packard
ass A race, the fea
Louls Adam
13." won the
ternofm. «tating at Twentieth an<l
Peter Rumford
Van Buren streets.
In hts "Stutz 14," gave Adams a close
chase for the honors. The races were
who provided the prizes, summary:
Class A—First. Louis Adams. 1905
Van Buren street. "Packard 13.'
prize, watch. )
Second — Peter ftuAford. 1519 1
West Fourteenth street. "Stutz 14."!
prize, pair of cuff buttons.
Class B—First, James
"Mercer 32." prize, watch.
Second—Allison Gloyd, 1307 West
street. "Marmton 72," prize, ecarf
pin.
Class CvFIrst, William Lusby.
1312 Jefferson street. "Stutz 22,"
prize, watch. Second: Milo Gerow.
613 West Eighteenth street, ''Dues
made possible through the Interest
of M. D. Poland, 503 H Market street.
Perk». t
enberg 12." prize, pair of gold cuff
Hoji*
rf ^* est Thirteenth
prize, ever sharp pencil,
The officials were Luther Robin
.«on. referee; Thnmae Poland, assist
ant referee; Henry Hivnn ond Km
nnd ' Jac^t Malloy, timers
Class D—First, Franklin Holt.
1813 Franklin street. "Franklin
144." prize watch. Fécond: Anthony
street.
ACCrsKD IN AI TO CASE.
proprietor of the
Louis Simon,
grocery store at the southeast corner
of Eighteenth and West street*, was
on'arrested this afternoon, charged
with the violation of the motor vc
hide !aive. by sending out an auto
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A close shave !
MENTH0LATUM
comforts and heals
: Cous u# atout cane
an upralaed knife followed by a
shrieking oath.
The knife was
street by an effective
knocked to the
blow fr^m
m. , . I
The manjger had risen and was
now plying his heavy stick fear
lesaly about the attacking party
The chaufTeur claimed on a burst '
„f speed and Jack s hard flat.
knocked ofT the two who clung fast
, 3 the running hoard
When tjje machine gained the
" ,r " Pd
]
to the Duryeas.
"Neapolitan
dogs!" he muttered.
J«ck
band ts dangerous
Edna. tremhling with shock,,
stammered her thanks .40 Cousins
for his'courageous conduct,
a-said nothing.
. . .
Distressed at his conspicuous,
*««*•■ Krtna m,d *' d bl "'„ but he ,
! still rema ned stern and silent.
Spent and mieerabte. ah#, too.
lapaed into «Hence, but when they j
at la«t reached- their room In the
1 hotel, «he broke out in reproarhe«.
! "Rea äy. Jack—after the splendid
way Monsieur Cousins behaved-"
Jack wheeled.
i " ,Jat#n! That car took a round
' îeT'wT^d'A-Ing h^'èioJeM at't'h.
„ are we were stopped, ■
"Three of those mutts keeled
nv * r whPn Cou " lni ' hl» »»IP*
at only one! Didn't -you notice It ?
. What's the answer to It all? ,
' "It was staged by your gallant
j Monsieur Cousins to show us what
( a brave friend he Is! Well—] t
^ doesn't go down w th m*. In the ;
(Copyright
(To Be Continued)
1 923 NEA Service)
1
'PREACHER SAYS (TTY
LACKS HOSPITALITY
The speaker deplored th* decline
_ _
The Rev. George D. Allison. In hi*
*1'"'rm° n ln s ' rond Church
laBt niFh '- ' ,COr * d ,hp laek ° f h ""
P 1 '»"'* amon S Wl!mlngtonlans.
man or woman cannot reach
tha high «st type of Christianity if he
,,or she lacks the virtue of hospitality.
An unusually large number of stcang
*. er» visit our city, and their general
j complaint Ja that they are lonely
anti that they are not oeked to peo
plee home«.'' Dr. Allison ^ald.
- hoaDltalllv of |h , .......
. . . J
1 î for ih» tismAi.» t
c P ™p re «f,« * ° f ,0 '
■ Peonle hsv» fallen Into th« h.hit
of on|y ba ^
who can advance them socially or In
bn. ine.« wav" M ic he "Ut rh»m
. " * wa F' **' d them
heed the words of Christ, who told
highway*
* haU Ind the UmV
™ d He .cored the tTn
a 0 onna. tie scored tne ten
I dency to over elaboration In ib
jtallty and said that the quilltles
which made a good host or hoatesa
Wpr *' simplicity and personality
He also put In a brief for the lost
ort of conversation With all th»
thlnga gri , n(r OB ln th « wnrld
what a plt} . t0 fa „ %ack upop , he
w-eather for converaatlon, or worse
still, the murdere that smear the
P*S p « of the
toiPoople don't even
they bring
electric piano and make us listen to
mschlne-made music ln thl.
chine-mad age "
age.
hed been
spi
newspapers. "Some
discuss these,
out the vlctrola. and
mi
HALLOWE'EN FROLIC
AT SETTLEMENT
Indoor work 1e being organized at
the Peoples Settlement, and clubs
and classes are under way. The
morning program Includes kinder
garten classe», and the afternoon and
evenings are devoted to club classes.
The schedule for the wlnte#has
been posted.
The big senior Hallowe'en party
will take place on this evening ln
the gymnasium. There will be for
tune tellers, witches, games of all
?inds and fun galore, with prizes for
th« best costume—for a man and
woman—as well as for the funniest
costume worn by any pereon pres
ent.
Several hundred people are expect
ed and all are requested to come
in costume and take part ln the
masquerade march.
Tomorrow afternoon from 3.30 to
5 0 - eIock th « children's party will
p e held on the playground;* House
membership tickets for this event
are going fast, and all house meni
bers up to 16-years of age are eordi
ally Invited to attend,
A full pro
gram has been made out and any
friends of the settlement who care
to eee the children on Tuesday af
ternoon will be welcome to attend.
mobile delivery truck in chyg# of
a boy. tvlyo Is not licensed.
Why Man of Today
Is Only 50^ Efficient
«
9?
It tells interestingly why "that tired drageed-out
it a little hoolc now being given away hy us.
feeling," headaches and biliousness are hut forerunners of more serious troubles, if we only knew
it, as well as keeping us but half fit for the strenuous life necessary for the success that should be ours.'
It also tells hpw, by the scientific use of simple pure warm water this condition can be per
manently corrected and we can be one hundred per cenr. every morning in the year.
Medicine has no partin the rdsult, over a million enlightened Americans have read*this
book in the past few years, and are now delighted with the health they enjoy through the simple
home practice which it recommends. •
j4sk us today, while you think of it, for this interesting book.
Remember , it is free on request.
N. B. DANFORTH, Market and Second Streets
•V
NEGRO VOTERS
OF SPEAKER
'{Continued From First 1 age.)
^ **r«. not ex '
pected that Ferdinand Q. Morton,
New York, the principal speaker.
would Iak „ DO ift 1( . aI stand what
, !! u „
PVPr ,n hla a<1drM " Hp h " d b . PP "
Pn * a * ed - accordin * *° Mr " ' N>laon '
by ,hP Jo!nt c#WWl .. ° f " : -
gro organisations to speak. These
the advancement of the
... . , _ , .. _,
Colored People and the Independent
Citizens' League.
It was expected Mr. Morton, who
organisations were the Anti-Lynch
ing Association, the National Aa»o
elation for
vmrd. would dincuea the Dyer antt
lynching bill from an entirely edu
rational point of view. Mr. Morton
first startled hts hearers hy announe
ing that he was a member of the
Tammany Organisation of New 3 ork.
«"<1 "Proud of It." He then declared
Tori"«"^ 1 nXber'ôf ToZ
many. According to Mrs. Nelson he
-H«I not advocate voting a straight
I'emocratic ticket at any time. He
urged suppôt* of men who aided^the
colored race and opposition to those
'"'ho oppo.fd the race's aims and am
bitlone.
Mr » N'elson stated that Mr. Mor
lon »P°ke with no rancor or blttef
la a civil senjlre commissioner of
New York and a graduate of Har
self a Tammqnylte. did not attsrk
the Republican party as a part)-. She
explained also that the fight against
the Dyer bill wss not political but
was a movement which would go
forwwrd after the election.
on its con
I Tor. and
Dr. Ranton declared that he dis
tlnctly heard' Mr. Morton advocate
votlng a straight Democratic ticket
Mr. Morton'«Iso
read a letter from Joseph Manning,
! co'ored, member of the State Legis
lature of Alabama, urging Negro
voters to votp against any one who
opposed the race, regardiez* of|
party.
Mra. Stubbs said she did not think ]
e than a half doxen persons left
hall while Mr.
speaking, and of these two re-en-i I
teVed the hall.
While
I It was expected the bill would be
passed by the Renat», as It has heen
by the House, and would be signed
hv th . p r .«M»nt attack.
stltutionallty were looked
'""O* were being raised hv the Ne
Rrn raca to defend It In the Supreme
Court
.and cited himself as an example of a
colored man who had benefited hy
voting that way.
the
Morton was
I
"Mr. Morton's speech was totally
unexpected by all of u*," she said. I
"and was most inopportune. These I
Sunday afternoon meetings are
planned as a civic forum for the en
lightenment of 'heyolored people.
Of course a speaker may say what
he or she chooses, but the speech
by Mr. Morton would have been bet
ter after election.
I
"What he was may have been all
right for New York, but It was totally
out of place ln Delaware, ln my own
personal opinion. My committee of
colored women of the Fifth Ward
and myself are supporting Senator
duPont's candidacy loyally, and In
tend ao doing up to the polls close.
We shall do everything to elect St
ator duPont. <
"Mr. Morton may not have under
stood conditions .n Wilmington and
therefore did not realize that his ad
vocacy of Tammany would not fit
here at all."
J. Victor Dorrell, president of the
Monday Club, who was ln the audi
ence, said he understood Mr. Mor-1
ton to advocate voting for men and j
not parties. John A. Hopllns, City j
Councilman from the Fifth ward.
said he left the meeting Just as Mj.
Morton began spealrtqg.
Dr. H. Clay Stevens Introduced Dr
J. B. Stubbs, as chairman of the
meeting and the Rev. BenJamin^T.
Moore made the invocation.
Walter F. Whl'e, New York, sec
retary of the National Association
for the Advancement of the Colored
People, made a stirring plea for the
advancen^nt of the economic con
ditlons of Negroes throughout the
country. Music was furnished by
the Colored Odd Fellows' Band. :
HOW FAT ACTRESS'
WAS MADE SLIM
Many «tage people
tlrely upon Marmola Prescription Tab
let« for reducing and controlling fat.
One clever actrea« tell« that she reduced
«îeadlly and easily hy n«ing thl« new
form of the famoun Marmola Preecrip
tion. and now. hy taking Marmola Pre
scription Tablets sever;« times « y*
ke**ps her weight Just right All good
druggist« «ell Marmola Prescription
Tablera at one dollar for a cas*», or if
you prefer you can secure them dir*'«*
from the .Marmola Co. 4612 Woodward
>ve. Detroit, Mich. If you have not
tried them do bo. They are harmless
and effective.
depend en
NEGRO SLASHED
))
a
'
j
With a gash on the left aide of his
face from the ear to a point under
the chin and slashes on th^left side
iW'gro, llv»
near
of the body. Walter Llray
In* on East Seventh street
Vrunch «*- MK t-iken to the litliwarv
rrentn. whh lauen io mv i«
Hospital In tha police ambulance this,
afternoon.
In explaining to the police how he
cam * by hla ,n l Ur1 **' ° ray , ' a ' d hP
»»* •'*"»* '>» th * of ,hp h,,u ' P
•> street.
know
which is
In police circles as "Blood
field." when a young Negress whom
he did not know, stepped up and he
gtxn hacking at him with a razor.
Detectives Kempskl. Sutton. Wal- ,
and itcDanlel, later arrested
Bessie Pulmer, said to he a resident
of the sertlon. She was chsrgeil
w)th 1(Mll|t with at , empt to commit
murder and will be given a hearing
In Municipal Court tomorrow morj^
Ing. __ j
lace
« -'»I n Qua d «.e about a week ago. |
^my d Ju3.e Lynn !n Mun,clp.l |
Cn b rt , hia morn)n g
E admitted that he had been
, kln , and M , d that hf did „ol
nnirro II,'II I DAAL'T
HELD ON CHARGE OF
SHOOTING STEPFATHER
William J. .Nlcliols. charged with '
assault with Intent to commit mur
der on his etep-father, Evan Evans, i
|
j
'
j
know who vhot him. It is alleged |
t ho l Nichols because his step-father
was abusing hts mother, shot him.
IIKill FOIL TURKEY
WASHINGTON, OcJ. SO.—Fore
bodings of high-priced turkeys this
year are seen in Agricultural De
partment announcements that de
spite a steady increase in the prie»
of turkeys, production has steadl
|y decreased. The average price re
ceived during the four months. Oc
tober to January, 1915-1916, was 15
cent* a pound. The average price
received during a similar period of
1920-21 was 32 cent* per pound, ac
cording to the department's figures.
In 1900 the census figures show
ed 6.694.695 turkeys on farms In the
I'nited States, while In 1910 there
were only 3 636.703. and in 1920
there were 3.627.02*. During the
last six years tha price of turkeys
has Increased to the producer mo»«
than 100 per cent, while during the
past 20 years the number of tur
keys produced ha« decreased about
50 per cent., the department states,
TWO IjIQI'OR hearings.
Joseph Manno, Second and Tat
nail streets, will he given a hearing
this afternoon by U. S. Commlsslon
er Cann on charges of transporting
and selling liquor unlawfully. Man
no was arrested some weeks ago by
Federal prohibition agents. Tie has
been at liberty under $1500 bail
Antony Nowowskl, Cedar and Brown
streets, arreeted on a similar charge
and also at liberty under almllar
bond, will be heard by Commission
er Cann tomorrow afternoon,
^
E
»V*
P rk
SI
? MOTORISTS.
Six motorist«, charged with ex
ceeding the speed liRi.t. were each
fined $10 and costs by Deputy Judge
Lynn, ln Municipal Court this morn
ing. They were Peter I'zzo, John T.
Slter. William Majewskl, Archie
Ford, Charles C. Hall and Herbert
Booxe. t-'zzo is a bus driver.
James Moss, charged with violat
ing the trafic rurtes, failed to appear
to trial. Bond in his case was for
feited.
FINE SI
NR
Tomorrow
Alright
M A vegetable ■
• rerirnt, adds B
ton« and rifor to M
the difftitive and B
eliminative ayatem, M
Improve» tha appe* £ * i
rtt*.
Headache and Bil
louenaaa, correcte
Constipation.
^Jlscd for over
Jto years
y
rtlirvra Sick
HTPv
IV
II 1
'/a
JR
ID J JNJORS-Little N?«
One-third the regulnr dote.
Made of ««me ingrerii
enta, the-N candy
Of coated. For children
_ ond arfuite.
Location ha* been mad# for thir
ty a: 111a In' the new refinery belli«
built by the Sinclair Conaolidated
OH Corporation at Marcus Hook. A
epur is being built from the Head
ing Haihvay'a line. Tracks of the
Pennsylvania Railroad's in
run through the property.
comprises 214 acres, with a front
f more than 3500 feet on the
ain line
which
Hia
age
Delaware river. The capacity will
be 10.O0U barrel* a day.
Crude oil will be brought by ships
fron \ (,ulf « ,orU - Th * Present wharf
on • h *' P r °P»rty ha* big bunkerage
capacity, and I* now being used by
shipping Hoard and other vessels,
The thtrty-flve-foat channel fadll
tales bunkering of large vessel*,
part of the property ns a compound
iftg and export terminal, where
aeml-flnished goods are put through
the final stages before marketing.
EDEN TO CONFER DEGREES.
invitation to confer the flret.
second and third degree* on a class
of 500 candidates at a rally to he
The company ha* been using a
«: I.^°o for large slxe. get a bottle of
Z#m ° " dlr ' C,M ' "
_
ror Burning fcezema
Apply Zfmo, the Antiseptic
Liquid—Easy to Use
From any druggist for 35c, or
effectively remove# Ecxema. quickly
sp>ps itching, and heals ski
hies, also Sores. Burns. Wounds and
Chafing It penetrates, c ehnsea hi>I
soothes. Zemo la a clean dependable
and inexpensive antiseptic liquid.
Try It. as we believe nothing you
have ever used is as effective and
satisfying
'ou - 1
The M.MeÄa
& Son
Co
#
Come In!
There'8 a sen filing and a scraping on the porch and '
whispers and subdued laughter and the door-bell presently
ghes a dinging and a ringing!
There's visitors corne!
There's a " hbwdy-doin
come warmth in the living-room.
and a "Hello, Jim," and a wel
But you don't want
to bring in your
friends with any
apology.
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You want to feel
• proud that this is
your home and that
its furnishings are
heme-like, good look
ing and comfortable
and supplied by
Y someone with a repu
tation of quality
Megary's.
There are soft-colored rugs in tapestry and Axminster
and moss-like Wiltons. They come in sizes to fit most any
room and from the finest looms. They are m a r k e d from
$22.00 to $125.00, depending on size and fahric.
And a new rug brightens wonderfully the commonplace
look of many rooms.
There are some exceptionally fine draperies — but not
exceptionally priced—in Quaker net and voile and marquis
ette in white and ecru and ivory that will make a wonderful
change in any room .,
Here are living-room suites in the mohair and velour
ard tapestry and leather covers that range from $195.00 to
$600.00.
Big comfy chairs and davenports that, perhaps unfor
tunately, will prolong your visitor's stay, but fortunately
not you or your friends want to leave their comfortable ent
braee without regrets.
Of course, you'll want a soft-shaded floor or bridge lamp
that's just-right for your after-supper paper or that little
friendly game of cards.. They are here in various finishes, \
mahogany and walnut and gold anil silver and black striped
and priced from $19.00 to $75.00.
COME IN !
Say it with the confidence that your home is a WEL -°
COME home. * #
And remember that good furnishings, a home that is
comfortably and artistically furnished means much to the
people who live there.
There is a subtle influence
created hy the environment
in a well-furnished home
that unconsciously leaves its
impress on everyone therein.
It need not be expensively
or ornately furnished.
It only needs to be a
HOME.
AND BETTER HOMES '
MEAN BETTER MEN AND
WOMEN AND A BETTER
COUNTRY.
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held at Frederick. Md.. on Decern-j
ber 15. ha* been received by the de
(tree »taff of Rden l»<1ge. No. 34
I. O. O. F.. from Put Grand Maatei
H. I>or*ey Etchtsnn and tirand Rep
reaentatlve Philip J. Reraetln. of the
Grand I-ndge of Maryland.*
Hilt Ml rIKK
Kngine Company No. 5 wat «ent
to Sixth and Clayton «tre*»t« at noon
today to f*xingul«h a brueh Are on
an open lot.
fire In soma manner and endangered
nearby property.
The grn»* had caught
I »cnfuM
USE DOTH !
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TWO ^
enemies—
Tuv products to combat them.
The Sanitol complete dental
treatment removes ugly film
and stops decay in tiny crevices.
It 'riff Ur ! Frtt tamflrt. SamUft
I 'krmt. al laboratory Co., 404 A.
Fourth St.. St. l outt, Mo.
Tooth Paste
rrmot*i unughtlj ß
Liquid Antiseptic
OYSTERS
Wholesale end Retail
FISH AND CLAMS
Jas. \\. (*. Norton
2002 1 MARKET STREET.
D«ll very
Phone 3154.
IF YOU HAD A
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A8 LONOA8THI8 ^ ELLOW,
AND HAD
!S0RETHROAT
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ALL j
1
THE
1*AY
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TONS I LI N E
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i 1 i SHOULD QUICKLY RELIEVE IT
l'. ® *»• *nii •* H.-pl'.l S.I., It
lLa» ah. i Kttauiara
i Hill Top Blend
t 25c lb. COFFEE 25c lb
RICHARDSON'S,
838 King St.
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912 Orange St.
Dr. COX, Dentist
1212 MARKET ST.
Dental work In all hrnneho#
carefully done.
Kxninlnnfion F'rce
EXPFRT ON FXTKAtTION.
I'nltifC iras or msNlle
(•na adinliilfvtcrod. $2.
K«fructions, $1.
I July attendant. Open Kventntr«
Phone flSOB

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