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: NEWS.HAPPENINGS IN DELAWARE AND MARYLAND TOWNS
W THEATRE 7
AT MIDDLETOWN
'The Everett," Modern in
Every Way, Dedicated
' Thursday
BUILT ON SITE
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OF OLD HOUSE
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(pedal to The Evening Journal.
MIDDLBTOWN, Nov. 11 .—"The
[Kerett, Middletown * new motion
CMUlHed .« n ■ i
a* opened to the public Thursday
ght. The new playhouse, which
6 st ISO.000 to construct, was built
n the elte of the old theatre, which
lUrned down nearly a year ago. It
I'the last word In theatre construe
Ion aod a one of the best of Its
Ind In this Stale.
The opening night wa* featured
»y a large crowd, the audience first
leing permitted to Inspect the the
hie before the motion picture per
f.rmanee began. Dr. Jtlchard R.
Ipahr was in charge of "the "house
Introduced th.»

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arm ng"
kers.
and
Mr. Trout spoke on be
alf of the architects. Hoffman and
lenon of Philadelphia. Mr. Ab
ott of Milford was another »peak
r. He told of the fine theatre James
I. Lewis proprietor of "The Ever
n.V had also built In that town
h. Mfford Theatre, "The Plara,"
completed last spring Mr. Lewto
*a* the last speaker and In hla hit-
-ess he dedicated the new theatre
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Throughout the evening the Do
rer orchestra of six piece,.furnish
mus c Dr. Warren 8 . P Combs.
.Urion Segelken. Daniel W. Stevens
ind W. Lee Penington acted as
. . . . . ...
The picture chosen to initia e the
veret. s new screen wa. Under
wo Flag» with Priscilla *>*■" '"■
•gro'e. The Is one of the
west pictures and is haWng sue
nuns in many of the large
r#»s.
wy thearj
The Everett has seats to acrom
lodate about «00 person*. Five
;ndred can he sealed in the or
hestra sections and «00 In the gal
•ry: while the stage would accom
pxfnte ion person* If necessary.
he picture boo*h I« equipped with
ro Simplex machines, which has
ahodied in them the latest im
rovèmgnta In projecting machines.
! Oommodlous re«*t rooms for both
Un and women. Here the theatre
r»ep ran rest or chat with friends,
tiring an Intermission. Doth ^hese
fitted up with wicker
Bofli« are
rnltiire. The general color «eherne
the theatre 1« old ro«^ and atlverj
IP spa;lnB arranssment ha* been
The
aj- with 'h» purpose of clvlns the
atron n elf ab view of the'arreen.
h» front of the house is decorated!
Ith a handsome marque!,
erne of the theatre he day Is form
d In large letter* which are Ultimi
ated by electric light* at night
IW James A. Rad*r and Company, of
jVllmlngton. were^lhe contractors
i the-heatre. Hoffman and Henon,
*1, Philadelphia, who designed the
lifnn nRo Stanley Th-atre In
IftV wereNhe architect*. The bunding
heatvd hv wba* * known a* the
adirée, system, wherein the wean,
ipes are >Iaced below the flooring,
* Is : he notes- method of heat
ig la-ge buildings and theatre*.
The name of Ihe theatre was
hosen by a contest. The name
Iverett was finally chosen out of
.veral hundred suggested by the
esldenta of dhis town and vicinity, j
1s Mr. Lewis' middle name.
fr. I^ewia wa* the recipient of r°tt' |
ratulatlons on every hand on the
theatre that he has given Mld
veret;
Mown. Th#» policy of the man
srement of the new hou«e will be
i «how* the best motion
btalnable. #
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pictures
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LANCE AND DINNER
FOR Ü. OF D. VISITORS
vc ,,..,.,.. v ,
NEWARK. Nov. II.—Member* of,
he Jnmca Ward Wood Province of
he Kappa Alpha Fraternity who ore
hiding their first annual convention
ere will be the guest* of the local
:appa Alpha of the University of
•elaware at Ihe Delaware-Haverford
aotball game this afternoon. This
venlng the Ioo«I chapter will aso
c hosts at a dinner and dance ini
pedal to The Evening Journal.
Id College.
James I-ee Bast of Philadelphia.
immander of the Province presided
t the business meetings held yester
>rs were welcomed to the University
y Dean E. Laurence Smith and to
'ells by former Secretary of Stale
Iverett C. Johnson, proprietor of
>11*. The first meeting yesterday
ws opened with prayer by the Rev.
attending the convention
*d the chapter* they represfnt fol
w: L. P * Crommiller nnd Sidney
errlnger of St. John's College;
'infield Posey and Page Gardiner
le University of Maryland: Carl
uckhauser and J. A. Cochran of
ohns Hopkins University; W. H.
[tint, Robert W. Brenner, H. H. I
psey. Richard McPherson and H. |
Van Alstyne nf George Washing
in University; F. J. Helme of Beth
him College and E. M. Oeorge and
. A. Temple of 'University, of West
Irginla. There nrn also several
lumnl members of the fraternity
llendlng the convention Including
dwsrd Warfield and A. S. Houchln
1 Philadelphia.
.
ay lyid this morning. These meet
ig* were held at Kells and the vl»l-I
dgar Jones.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH SUPPER,
jeclal to The Evening Journal.
NEWPORT. Nov. 11.—Women of
e St. James' Episcopal .Church of
wilt hold their annual
anton.
ilcken pattic supper on Wednesday
ening. In Masonic Tempi«. New
é
FRESHMEN GIVE
COSTUME PARADE
$85 in Cash Prizes Awarded
to University of Dela
ware Students
C. E. GREEN GETS
$10 FOR NEW SONG
Special to The Evening Journal.
NEWARK Nov. 11.—University
held < their
I of Delaw are Freshmen
annua] costume parade las
1 followed by a "pep" meeting and
smoker In Old College to arouse in
! tercet in today s football game with
|Hayerford. 1
\ The parade was started shortly
i hi fore. 8 o'clock. Headed by the
college hand, the p;traders marched
lo the Centre Station and back to
'South College avenue. on Main,
mrect. They next went to the Wo
•'"'» * College and returned lo Old
College,
Sophomores and A* about 175 had*
bien offered In cash prize» there,
the
rtume were
Many of those In r
waM keen competition
8tUf * p nta for thesç prizes.
general opinion that there were not
«* m » n V "rlginal and unique roa
turnt» m in former years. , Profes
Fnr F M - K Fos'er. Dr. Oeorge \V.
,îh '" le!( ani1 M -^ or I - a,h - B R . ow ,
,he Kach y *v J du«l
an '* competing did theTr sk i
,,pfore Judges n Old ( ollfg** Had
,vh:, h was crowded with student*
" n v l " lt ° r *
It was the i
among
, , , ,
j Earl Brandi, president of the
j■"«'»uncll presided and In ad
, ,0 'J' . *' il " h - ,h ^
1 « . hum» and other me«-]
of tl > p football team, gsve short
'•"l* nnd t »-«- 1 > hp 1 "V dp ot body,
to turn out In a body for the Hav
[erford gam#» today.
f ^
^ ^ h „, ro . ;umPB
„| V|M between J. r. Snyder. C. A.
T|)Bhr[| ^ n , M Miller and R. O.
T)y|or; b „, ^ divIded b*.
twM>n K „ ,. jvpn ani , w F ,,, nk>
a team, and C. E. Green; for new
college song composed by a student,
first prize. $10. C. E. Green, and
second prize. $5. Johnson Rowan,
Other prize winners, f. A. Brnlth.
W. R. Hill. R- Hcinold. C. E. Max-j
well and team of five carrying «up
p 0pe< | remains of Haverford on a
5 { rP tch»r. $r» each,
STANLEY R. PIZEfK
BUYS "NEW ERA
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Special to The Evening Journal,
MIDDLETOWN. Nov. 11.—Stan
i eJ . r. piaecjc. Q f Philadelphia, ha*
purchased the "New Bra." wh'ch
wae the property of the late Caleb'
J. Freeman for 33 years. The New
Era began under the management
Webber, but Mr.
of Freeman A
Webber retired and Mr. Freeman
has since been—in possession of the
The Era has always been:
paper.
a Democratic paper and will, eon
tinue as such, but will he independ
enl. Mr. Plzeck xii with New
«nd Philadelphia dally papegw]
for «»" ■ ' » practical
^ewapaper man Mr. Plxeck h
f-» l»urcha*cl .he .New Ero build
'ng and will continue the business
,he
Miss Katherine Wood, of Newark.!
wilt give the first of a senes of lea -1
aons on "home dressmaking" on
next Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Earl Pleasanton. n<*ar Me
Donough.
Thp La d i M . Mite 8 oc i e ty of Beth
ifwla M E Church wiI i hoIlJ a
hake sale on Snturday, November
25 at w s i, e therbury's store,
At a meeting of the Pleasant
g umm j t w. C. T. U.. MUs Levina
.Lynch wa« Appointed «iiperinten»!
e n t of flower* and Mr». Marie Bid
die. superintendent
bon recruits. S xteen bouquets were
reported to have been sent to the
jsiek. The meeting was held at the
of white rib
home of Mrs. Carrie Goll.
The engagement has been
I p
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! nonneed of Miss B rances R. Corh - 1
ran daughter of Robert T. Cochran. J
" ni1 'î lh L rt I *» lr Sla,T ' ,^,, • * on nf 1
Mrs. A. R. Stafford, of Middlatown. I
R shop Theodore S. Henderson of
netroit. Mich., will speak in Bethe*. |
; na M. E. Church next Thursday |
evening, on "The Battle of Montai
Mario."
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SCHEDULE MEETINGS
TO DISCUSS BUDGET
Special to The Evening Journal.
■overnor Ddn
arranged the following
schedule of budget hearings to he
held at the Slate House In aecord
ance with the budget law passed two
year* «go:
with Society for Prevention of Cruel
Ip to Children; II o'olork. St.
Michael's Day Nuratrjr and HoS| 8 taI
for Babies; 2'o'clock, Delaware State
Hospital for Ihe Insane. November
14 —m o'clork. Ferris Industrial
of-School; 2 o'clock. Delaware Commis
slon for the "Blind,
November 15—10 o'clock. Slate
Board of Agriculture: 2 o'clock,
Commission for KeehleàMlnded; 3
o'clock. Mother's Pension Fund.
November 16—State Board of
Education. 10 o'clock,
ney has
DOVER, Nov. 11.
Monday November 13. 10 o'clock
November 17—10 o'clock. State
Highway Department.
November 20—10 o'clock. Uni
versity of Delaware: 2 o'clock. Child
Welfare Commission.
November 21—10 o'clock. Adjut
ant-General Department. . National
Guard: 2 o'clock. State Board of
Health.
November 22—to o'clock, School
Tax Commissioner: 2 o'clock, Dela
ware State Tuberculosis Commission.
Plano Specials, oday, 3; 855. 8100,
8125. Jessup Piano Co., 2 E. 7th St.
—Ad#.
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Conan ling Goaeral
■ evsabsr Utk, 1916.
Jgt«, ?r« , M t r i — « ul ^ l i lWi st O rp»
mailer 267 3ec. 9.3» ?KHIOD Amletloe with Germany haa been signed
PSRIOD 111 hostilities oeaae at slegon hours this date the
eleventh instant PSRIOD Instructions contained in telegram nunber
two four seven 3eo 0 3 these He*«q9»rtere will be eonpliod with -
PERIOD Aoknowledgo rooelftt PfflMD r O.
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JEDWAED C. UoSUlRJt
Major Cavalry
3oo. Son. Staffs
Ooploo to: okief Air Snrvloo
CM of fcrilllcrr
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«sued by American general headejuar
ter* to the United Stale* troop* at
, he nghling front In France—an
armistice had been
"«rid War.
dre-sed to the F.rst. Third and
p.fih United Stales army forps and
to t j, e Secflgij^ Colon. als of Franc,
This is a photographic rcproduc
lion of the "cease firing' order Is-1
signed In the
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The order, as will oe seen, was ad
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A ITTTIXG FRAYER
TH C WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
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Tha Increasing ei.thu.lajn with which ocr people Join In the
aicnal obtorvance of A ml.tic. Day enforces th» oæsla.lon that
it i. destined to be one of the notable arr.ltorsarle. In co
ca 1 er. dar, and Indeed It well deserves to be all of that, for It
the victorious ou 1x1 not 1 cr. of oar Mat ton's most 1 repressive
We .hall not go «sise
participation In the affairs of the world.
If wo seek to route oar observance of this anniversary, not only
thl» year but every year hereafter, an occasion for appraisal of
cur relationship to and -participât ten In those vili^ar concerns
ihta'c i: reive 1rs tselfare of oil roan, cl ml.
to reullre, aa a Hatton, that we cannot hope to avoid obligations
end responsibilities, often arduerae and burdens or.« as part of the
prie« we must pay for fur fortunate relationship to tho ccn
fraternfty of ti* Nation. It All be grootly to the natloial
benefit, X on su. e, if tho» who roost Intimately participate In
tie events of tho great world, and among them Ï, of course, la
eiule particularly the nen of the orer-soa* force., .hail always
keep in mind tin fact that their nobis service to their country
and ctvlll-atton. has livpossa u. on us a duty to reeognl.e-that
haueofor.v.rd we mart uelnt.ln a helpful and sustaining attitude In
all the broader relationship, that Involve the nations. Oar
first duty will. Indeed be to our own, but that daty cannot be ade
quately discharged In narrownes. and eelf 1.tee... That we nay be
guided to a Just Judgment of the time and occasion for farther
proof of our Intere.t In the eoasor. cause of hananlty, and In
choosing the rocebeds whereby to discharge the obligation Thus
created, will be, I on sure, s flttlrç prayer for this Arulstice
anniversary.
1 think we have css
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REHOEOTH NEWS NOTES.
Special to The Evening Journal.
REHOBOTH. Nov. 11.—On Mon
day n*gh; a Hallowe'en party was
given t» the pupils 'of the seventh
grade of the Rehoboth school by
their teacher. Miss Laird, at the
! home of Miss Enilie K. Satterfleid.
Prizes were won by Hall Ewing and
Miss Ruth Middleton., Those pres-,
ent were; The Misses Ruth Middle
Dorothy Green. Esther Grant,
Joseph,
ton.
Joseph Branham. Alberta
Clara Clifton. Jenny Toomey. Flor
ence Jtoyon. Vlrgln'a Dutton, Emilie
Sjtterfield, Hall Ewing. Jaçk (Juirk.
!.lohn Tracey. William HJII. George
First
.Hudson.
1 Raymond Wilson 1* having the,
J foundation laid fnr a new home on
1 Baltimore avenue. above
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| f „ r , h „ « inter
street.
William Simmons and family have
the Cranston bungalow
Ml** Lid i I.Indale, of Milford,
spent the week-end with her par
ents.
I The Rehoboth high school ha*
been closed several days on account
[of a shortage of coal.
! H. Murch has moved his family
jto«his new cement block bouse, on
Brookfield avenue.
Mrs. Mary Evans, of Lewes, spent
BURNS
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EASY ELECTRIC
Vacuum Washer
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You will be surprised at the
simplicity and perfection of
3 Wilmington's Most Popular Washer
.
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See it today. Or phone 787 for descrip
ijltive circular. Exceptionally easy terms of
payment.
Be sure it is an Easy with Bums Superior
Service, which is your guarantee of efficiency
Land service.
ROYAL ELECTRIC CLEANERS
'Judson C. Burns,
102 W. SEVENTH STREET
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Open Saturday Evenings
Phone 787
Just Below Hotel Cassidy
W. C. Porter, Mgr.
relay of the
<■<"•?»•
1918, wa* brought ba k to ,he Unit
ed States by William Morey, a tele-
.graph operator at first attached to
From th#* copy reproduced, the
ftddre«* to the First and F.fth corps
and to the Colonials was erased, for
order to the Third
The relayed telegram containing
j the order to cease firing on the
stroke of 11 on the historic Nov. 11.
the week-end with her cousin. Mrs.
Clar^ Rtggln.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Mitchell
and Mrs. William Hammond motor
ed from Wilmington on Thursday
be at their cottage until Sun
of the Odessa schools are on the
honor roll attendance for the month
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day.
HONOR ROLL PUPILS.
Special to The Evening Journal.
ODESSA. Nov. 11.—These pupil*
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man
of October:
First grade—Joseph Harris, Nor
Reese, Casper Sar:ln, Paul
Morgan. Anna Tlbbett.
grad?—Gladys Wallace,
Hattie Smith. Walter Vandegrift.
Second
Harpy Peckard.
Third grade—Rodney Baker.
Fourth grade—France* Harris, i
Helen Moore. John Foraker, Merritt
Moore, Howard Douglas*. William
Smith. Elmer Croft.
Fifth " grad?—Roy Rawley. Nor
man Reynold*. Edna Atwell, Ruth,
Rawley, Anna Cleaver.
Sixth grad
Elizabeth Diehl, Elizabeth Heller.
Seventh grade—Omar Harri», Carl
Moore, Eugene Regcner.
Elizabeth Phillips,
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Company R. 319 h Field Signal Bat
r »lion, which became the F.wi
n.il Corps on arriving in France, and
later transferred to Company C.
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After returning to this country
Morey resumed his old position with
the Western Un. on Telegraph Com
par»*. In Dayton, O. He died a year
ago and the cease of fighting order
and other messages uf historic value
were found atnopg h.s effects.
MANY
AT FUNERAL
OF UEO. M. FISHER
Special to The Evening Journal.
DOVER. Nov. II —The funeral
of George M % Fisher. State Trens
urer, who died suddenly at
el#»ctIon
home in Wyoming on
morning, took place yesterday aft a r
noon from his late residence, the
services being In oharxe' of the Rev.
G. I'. Smith, a former pas'nr of the
WyominK M. E. Uhurch, nssisie«! by
the R vs. Alfred Smith and Homer
Smith. A lame number of friends
from different pfcr.a of the State
alttnded ; the funeral. Interment
wa*» giad#* in Odd Fellow«* cemetery
Camdequ At ihe grave. Amity l^ndge.
I. O. O. F . of which# the deceased
wafl a member, had charge
f ths
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ANNOUNCEMENT
To further expand our business and be prepared
for next Spring's orders now accumulating, our
board of directors have decided to offer a limited
number of shares of our capital stock
s
At $3.00 Per Share
This allotment of shares is offered for a period of
30 days and no subscriptions will be accepted
after Monday, December 11,1922.
This announcement is the only notice we will
publish regarding this allotment of shares. We
reserve the right to accept or reject any subscrip
tion and to withdraw the whole or any part of
this offering of shares without any further public
notice whatsoever.
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Thompson Spring Co., Inc.
By C. W. Thompson
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President
Bi!l
TO LECTURE ON
MOSLEM WORLD
Synd Hcssain Will Discuss
This Subject at Newark
November 18
IS NOTED ORATOR
. AND JOURNALIST
Hen
Special to The Evening Journal.
NEWARK, Nov. II.—Byud
(•tin. the Mohammedan orator and
Journalist, will lecture at the Uni
versity of Delaware Saturday even
ing, November I*th, on "The Mos
lem World and Western Civilisa
tion."
Mr. He**;«in Is a brilliant orator,
who can apeak with authority on
this subject, and at thin ' particular
moment when the whole Moslem
world I» In a ferment from Morrtcro
to China, ami the Near KafH crisis
!s casting
an om noua cloud over
Hessa* rWs
European politics,
subject ought to be a mostly llme
Mr.
ly one.
He has lectured In Great Britain
and on the Continent. Since hi* ar
rival In the United States. Mr. Hes
min has app*fired on several of the
foremost platforms in New York
and Washington. Syud Hcssain Is
a leader in one of the world's greal
•ements today.
Equipped with nil the resources
est
of weHterih training, and yet know- j
ing fr I I the Inside the vital factor*
of the Eastern situation. Byud Hes- |
sain can Interpret the new move
ments—spiritual, social and politi
cal— In India and the Middle and
Nwr East—with rare accuracy and
insight. His lectures will break
ground which Is new to American
audiences.
Five attractive number» of the ar
1
hiajt'at series remain. Tickets for sln
admission« or for the entire
course may he had In advance by
application to the buslne.«* office of
'he University.
Columb a New Procès* ftscords a*
Jexup Piano Co.. 2 E. 7th St.—Adv.
aervlce*. Governor Denney attend
ed the funeral.
The pallbearer* included B. F.
Hartman. J. W. Clarke. J. A
[»Frear. J. W. F. Cooper, 8 . J. Speal
and Siaalsy {.ednum.
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PKOUUUEMAHHET
OPENING PRICES
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visions, Grain and Poultry
ih Philadelphia
Following «re the openlnr quota*
lion* today In the grein, provision
end poultry merket In Philadelphia;
BOOS—Higher. Nearby, extra Aral*.
6 -ic. do firme. SH)5«e; do, Wemern ex
tra Aral», 38c: do Arete. 13tf52c, fancy
«elected, packed. I9ti52c
BUTTER—Lower. Wemern cream
TllICKSE ' Kapler. New York, whole
milk, fancy flats. fresh. :«û:*V»c: ,
K UWE '"pÖULTR ' r Higher Spring
eh*., km», not Leghorn*. 2'>tr!5', do.
a«»««.
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leghorn«. 1 «{| 2 A<*
DRESSED POULTRY—Quiet: fowls.
fr*»h killed, cholco to fancy. JCii33c;
do . «m.Tll »lac* 2" I *">' chicken« \\cat
•*rn 2? il 3 5>\ hmilinf chickens, nearby.
25 I 15c. o'd ro.-ster» Western. 19c. do.
Southarn 17'u llo. spring ducks near
by. 29frsnf
TALLOW Quiet, prime city. Iryise.
do. spec a I. loos*. 7%c; prim*.
V, edible, in tierce*. 8tyc
POTATOES- Frmer. 159 .lh ,
• %c.
conn
sacks. I
1II Sftflt.OA
WHEAT I*ower \*o 2 r#*d \vln*er.
I % 11191 ' »
FIvOT'Tt- !ll»h» r Soft winter straight. I
Western. do. nearby, 95 251?
»75. hard w n » r short patent. I« 73'a
7 25.
CORF—I-ower. No. 2. export. «5a
S 8 r ; No 3. K4a«5c. No 4. S 3 sh 4 r f'ar
lots, local. No 2. yellow. 8Ts87V*c. No
3. yellow 88 aR 6 *,''. new. No. 3 yellow*
OATS Eaater No 2. white. 514955c
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Nature's Rouge
It takes pure blood to make a peaches-and
cream complexion.
EX-LÂX

aso. c a. I at orr
The Sweet Chocolate Laxative
cleansea the bowels of their accumulated poi
sons, which are the real cause of yellow skin
and blotches, and puts in their place the inim
itable beauty of complexion that only good
clean blood and a well-regulated stomach and
bowels can give.
Never Gripes
10c, 2 Sc and 50c. DruRjiM. everywhere
Never Fails
SUES WOMAN FOR
$100,000 DAMAGES
WEST CHESTER, Pa.. Nov. 11.
Suit has been started In the Cheated
County Court by attorneys repre
senting Henry FllleauxJ of PhlladeK
phla. against Mias Mary E. Panes
more, of Oxford, to recover 1100.001
damages for the death of his niece*
Martha Hann. 5 years old, who
died of Injuries after she had been
struck by an automobile driven by
Miss Passmore on a road near Ox
ford In Jui\e.
Recently Miss Passmore was or
dered held without ball by the
Coroner, following an Inquest 10
Philadelphia, but left' the hearin«
room, and her counsel, A. M. Hold
ing. promised to produce her at any
time she was wanted. So far no
Pass
ball ha* been Axed for Ml
more by the Chester County Court
Rn< * ,hp *■ A 1111 » 1 her home. No
time ha* been fix-d for a hearing
In the ca»e marted today.
KSTAIKS OI THE DEAD
Letters of adminlstraflon havs
«...wi-.-.. wills
heen framed n> Reg.stcr or Wilis
Isaac R. Brown, to France« E. Ryan.
0 lhft |Ute of Francl» R. Ryan, of
WEmington hundred; Catherine E.
I Kelleher on the estate of John J.
Connor, of Wilmington hundred.
I y 0 3. white. 53^^51c.
g» n g3c
"bhaX—F irm; soft winter. In 109
nouni sacka. $32 50933.50; do., spring,
fsi.SOtf 32.50.
HAT—Firm; Timothy. No. 2. 19®
j(h*. do . No. 3. 16 J 18c. »ample. 14 916c;
no grade 10914c; clover light, mlxe<X
Hülfe No 1. mixed. 16917 c. No. 2,
I mixed. 14915c.

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