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OF NEW CASTLE Rev. Thomas Kerr Calls Meeting of Presbyterian Church Congregation BARACA CLASS WINS QUOIT GAMES Special to The Evening Journal. NEW CASTLE, Nov. 24—The Rev. Thomas Kerr, of Claymont, j moderator of the First Presbyter . of this cltv by virtue. tan Church, of this city, of appointment «t thy recent ses , s on of the Presbytery 6T New Cas ■c voa railed a con-f tie. at Frankford, has called a con, trcgational meeting of that enuren embership for 8 o'clock next Mon day evening. , Dr. Kerr will be accompanied by J H Burns of the First-Central • Church, and' J. Frank McCoy, of xPo«frrvin«ter Church. Wilmington. " lhe »loral commU.ee iTTharge of the church during th. * n • i paBt ° ' • .. . . discuss The meeting Is called to discus. church P r °'? Ien J*- services will Speclal Thankaghi g • ho held In Immanuel Church nex. Thursday morning, when the Rev. Joseph H Earp will preach. Tha parish membership friends who desire to make Thanks giving donations for the Baby Hos pital, Wilmington, Wilt bring or send same to the church Wednesday ' I and j afternoon. , . The annual union Thanksgiving services by the Presbyterian, Bap tist and Methodists will be held nt 10 o'clock Thursday morning in the latter church. Evangelist George W. Cook is expected to preach the ser mon. Special music and singing • will bo among the features of that service. Tomorrow afternoon the boys of Immanuel Church will be taken for a hike by the Rev. Joseph H. Earp. The boys are members of the newly organized patrols of Boy Scouts. The Rev. Joseph H. Earp, rector of Immanuel Church, will give an il lustrated talk on China In tho parish house tomorrow evening, beginning at 8 o'clock. This is one of a series of Friday evening meetings to be given in the parish house by Mr. Earp. There will be no admission or collection taken and every one is welcome. Jess Longaere Is still on th/s Job at 29 West Fourth street, selling chuck roast, 12c; roast veal, 18c; cross cut. 14c; cutlets, 28c; rib roast. 16c; veal chops, 25c: pork chops 20c and 25c; picnic hams, Adv. Professor John Schilling, assistant State superintendent of publie In . etructlon In charge of high schools, spent several hours at the local high school yesterday afternoon. Professor Schilling expressed hlm-j self as being pleased with the Im provements made In the removal of all grammar grades to other build ings, giving the entire No. 1 building for high school purposes only. The installation of the new physic and chemical laboratories and their equipment also favorably Impressed Professor Schilling. The first basketball practice by the local Bighlets took place last evening in tho opera house. In each of the grammar grades and high school department special Thanksgiving exercises will bè held beginning at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. FOR RENT—House and at the Buttonwood. P. Z. Clayton. New Castle. 218.—Adv. Industry Council No. 25. Jr. Order United American Mechanics will at tend the Sunday morning eervice in Immanuel Episcopal Church in a body. preach a special suitable to the occasion, of the order will meet nt Masonic v 'Temple at 10 o'clock, and proceed to the church In a body. A series of six games of quoits were pitched by teams representing the Baraca class of the Methodist Church and the young men'« Bible class of Immanuel Episcopal Church last evening In the parish house. The former won five of the six games. The «cores; Baraca.21 21 20 21 21 21_ 5 9 21 IS 11 13—1 The teams were composed of the garage Apply to John Phone The Rev. Mr. Earp will patriotic sermon Members T. M. B. C. ..13 TYPEWRITERS. J. A. SMITH—Typewriter Exchange Typewriters «old. rented and repair'd I Delaware distributors of Sundstrand i adding machines and F. & E check 1 writers. 2 W. Seventh St. " K1 or 2775. Phone 8073 decl't-lyr, I RENT A REMINGTON Typewriter from ua. You buy a type writer from the maker. Why not rent from tho maker? Our rental machines Jn first-class condition. Fully guar anteed. Special Rates to Students Remington Typewriter Co. Phone 6125. 1147 duPont Bldgr. sept8-tues-frMyr. TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED—Buy n. w plan, J5 month; rent, »2 month. Bar gain«, $10 to |o0. Adding machines rented, sold. Typewriter Supply Co Seventh and Market Ste. scntH-lyr! TRANSPORTATION. j LEAVE WILMINGTON I French ht. Wharf, s P. M. FREIGHT ONLY LEAVE PHILADELPHIA Pier 10, North Wharvee (Race Street) S P. M. l #i WILSON LINE Philadelphia,Penn'sGroye, Chester Schedule of Tripe. Leave Wilmington, Fourth Street Wharf, daily, except Saturdays, Sun days and Holidays, for Chester and Philadelphia, 5.00 A. W,, 12.00 noon, 4 J5 and 7.30 P. M. On Saturdays. Sundays and Holi days, 7.30, 10.30 A. M. 1.80, 4.15 and 7 30 P. M. Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut Street Wharf, for Wilmington. at same hour». Wilmlngton-Penn'e Grove Route Leave Wilmington, week-days, 6.1t, 7 <6, 10.00 A. M , 12.00 noon. 2.00, 3.45, 6 00. S 00, 10.00 and 12.00 P. M On Sundays, 7.45, 10.00 A. M.. 12 00 . 2.00. 4.00, 6.00, 3 00, 10.00 and 12.00 noon P If Leave Penn's Groin, week-days, 6.35, TOO. 9 00. 11.00 A. M, 1.00, 3.00, 4.30. TOO. 9,00 end 11.00 P. M. On Sundays, 7.00, ■00. 11. W) A. M, i-M. 3 00, 6.00, 7.00, 6.00 and 11.00 P, M. ! I GOOD MUSIC ADDS TO ^T/'v^mr nrrrnui/v i iNvJVfcL UrrcKING VILLAIN STILL ni IJ Burlesque of Melodrama Enjoyed by Audience at Playhouse Beleg Doolittle .Jimmy Barry jjalvlna Holcomb... Mrs. Jimmie Barry Mortimer Bayne..John Merkyl Deacon Calvin Sheldrake... .Guy Nichols Joshua Holcombe. Krank Mayne .'rank Hart .Thomas Conkey Helen Ford .Wva Clarke Mrs. Rogers.Lora Sanderson Although still In Its Infancy, "The Hayseed." " h i rh presented at 1 Ujrhou«» last njght, has pos «'Mlltl... Its bright h'umor In parts, h«v. merits. * n fact several of the «ong numbers ** r * unu *ually good. If tho producer Qf the comedy a P gurp ,, iI!e ln P rp " Pntl "S ». he certainly suc cecded last njght. Nearly two-thirds J l THE PLAVHOI SE—The Hayseed, or the Villain Still Pursued Her," « musical melodrama In two acts. THE CAST ; following player«: Arthur Gibbs, John Olympr and (Jporgp Proud. For Y. M. Kirk, Edward V. Platt and John Beal. brand Chancellor Albert Wil helme. of this city, accompanied by W. W. For Baraca— Elmer Megglnson. C.—Mark Clymer, Irwin Knowles, Wilmington, end Joseph C. Jolis. Middletown, will pay an official visit to Laurel Knights of Pythias, this evening. The annual supper given by the women of St. Peter's R. C. Church was attended by about 200 persons j last evening, by those partaking of it. the best I served In years. Chicken was served | in several different styles, being the i principle dish of the menu. On Sat- I urday afternoon and other The supper was said I event»#, an- j of these ^suppers . will he : served In the basement of the church. I After many weeks In course of I construction the new areatlng sys- ) tem Installed by Andrew Mitchell and ; Son, contractors, was placed in per manent operation yesterday. In an effort to conserve the con sumption of fnel many reeidents of the city are having their residences equipped with «term doors and» win dows. Robert Newlyn, proprietor of the Newlyn Hotel, Is confined to his bed through Illness. , (w„ .1 » i n i a •Mi ( r> en n ar d -Pyle <0? 617" 623 Market St. » U Wïlmin^ion's Mosi Reliable S lore* , Saturday Business Hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. t *' m -f A \ N* Hl — I . wt 11 m m f ;,r ■■■ V ✓ / y y y y y A Special and Sensational Purchase Permits Us to Offer y y y y y y y y The Most Startling Millinery Values y y y y * of the Entire Year ✓ y y y Tt ✓ y Tomorrow, Saturday Brand New Hats y 5 > y y 400 /• y 4 / $ 2' 45 $ 3- 45 $ 5.45 y ✓ 8 ' $ S y * This sale may well lay claim lo being one of the mightiest efforts we have ever put Forth. Such an array of new hats has rarely been seen in this city. And Values! Your greatest expectations will be met here on F'iday and Saturday. Savings! As high half on usual prices for such hats. as ■ 4 y Materials Trimmings Colors SAND COPEN HENNA v GREY TOAST 'BEAVER BLACK BROWN NAVY There Has Been No Previous Sale Like This One Come In and Come In Early! SATINS DUVETYNS BROCADES PAISLEY FAILLE LYONS VELVET PANNE VELVET HATTER'S PLUSH FELTS VELOURS FLOWERS COQUE CURLED OSTRICH y * y BURNT PEACOCK EMBROIDERIES METALLIC y > y ' fi 5 y y ORNAMENTS ETC. y il * 8 I y y y y y y y y Second Floor IP w )ooo it of the first act was over before the audience realizzed what the actors wore doing. When it became tip parent that the entire »how was a burlesque of melodrama, with Inci dental music, the first nlghters en tered Into the spirit of the occasion and enjoyed jt. The plot js woven around the sim ple country lass who has gone to New York to make her living. She gets employment with the operator of a "bucket whop." The "bucket shop" runs into the ground und its owner flees the city. The girl re ! turns to her home In New England I where the action of the "burlesque comedy" takes place. The "bucket i shop" owner ts not unlike the villlan frequently pjctured In comjc supple ments and the hero la another of the same type. Foreclosure of the mortgage on the old homestead by the village deacon and miser, all help to give the comedy a melo dramatic aspect. Miss Eva Clarke Is the heroine of the plot and the country girl, who has been Initiated In the wjld ways of a big metropolis. Miss Clarke has an excellent voice and hör gel ing whs most natural. Among the songs she sang perhaps "Old New England Home" was the most tune ful. In the chorus Miss Clarke's voice blended with the mal«' chorus most effectively. She was re-called several times following thjs song, Emma Haig and Olin Howland as Myrtle Weems and Chris Deming. respectively, carried a large port of the comedy. Their burlesque of photoplays and actors of the silent drama were bright and Eolh are dancers of more than or dinary ablljty and appeared In sev eral speciality numbers. One of the ng hita offered by them "Walking Homo With Angeljne." Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Barry as Peleg Doolittle and Malvina Hol comb won their way as the tradi tional lovers of a small totvn who original, V, a a SCHAGRIN I Popular Priced Millinery 203 W. Ninth St. y'l THANKSGIVING MILLINERY : ' r ■ SPECIAL SHOWING OF MID-WINTER MILLINERY AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES : have been enedged for years, and vho have been on the verge of mar age several tjmes. The part of Frank Hart, the rus tic lover, is taken by Thomas Con gey. John Merkyl, as Mortimer Bayne, the villlan. djd well, «s did the other principals. The spenery. costuming and chorus are worthy of mention. "The Hayseed" will be present cd tonight with a matinee and even ng performnce tomorrow, night was the third time the comedy had been shown before an audience. It |s produced by the Hayseed Fro ductlons, Inc. Last NEIL O'BHIEN'H MINSTRELS. On a recent trip from New York to New Orleans made on a Southern O'Brien, owner of the big minstrel company bearing his name, and which is to uuisitlon to bis troupe in the person ot one Henri Martin. The youth in question POS-SS« a phenomena. tenor voice which O'Brien heard to his satisfaction at a concert given on board the steamer. But alas ami alack Henri turned out to be a boats wain on the steamer and It was only after some persuasion that the min strel magnate was able to get him to forsake his seafaring career for one on the stage. O'Brien finally got Nell Pacific' steamship, Nevertheless, him to sign a contract whereby he Is to he one of the featured singers In the "First. Pert." Henri Insisted, however, upon one privilege and that Is "that ho may wear his sailor clothes while doing his skit on the stage. At lehcarsal tho manager trlel him out In civil ian costume, but he seemed 111 at ease and sang bettor when dressed J I the same as when pursuing his ac | customed profession, Special to The Evening Journal. J ELKTON. Md.. Nov. 24.—The 1 funeral of Miss Louise Marla Ru 'her sister, Mrs. Edward) F. Tag , g a rt, on Bast Maln atree t, yesterday | afternoon, thè Rev. John ! tnoylo, D. D., officiating. S in the family p t in the Presby terian cemetery. BIGAMIST SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS (lulph was held from the home of McEl Bural was The /pallbearer» wore William D. Bratton. James I Alfred Lewis, H. Frank Hum, 1 Charles R. Foard. Standley Evans I and W. Arthur Mitchell. Joseph Sitzberger, of Carroll ) C0U nty, MaryIand on Wcdnes . I . s9 ','' ab î >pr ' of Lancaster. Pa., \ ,hom he abandoned and later mar 1 ^ of Rockford, ; rford county; in 1921. j Mr "- *'I" r y kills Tull, of Wllmlng i top ' 18 tlla guest of Mrs. E lizabeth j . | ADLON CIGARS Smoke Them and be Contented 10c, 2 for 25c and 15c Buy Them by the Box j j J guarantee „ °/ GOOD H. Kenyon, Inc. Distributor Wholesale Tobacconist 203 MARKET STREET 11 II \NV\\\NWN\NNN\NNNWNN\\WVVWV\N\\\NN\\\V * ✓ ✓ / / y y y * ♦ f y y y ' K g * I ✓ y % I a y / . y * ✓ /■ cf > ✓ / / , g ✓ for « * K % / . 4 y y y * y & » y y , Thanksgiving Open a Charge Account A y y y y y y . y y ✓ y * , * * y V * y y y ( y » ✓ y y y y SMi/i Next Thursday is Thanksgiving. Christmas and the New Year are not far off. Glorious days. £ * y ¥ y y ✓ ✓ y y - y y y > / . New Clothes will add much to your holiday joy. Our assortment of clothes for the entire family is at present quite complete. Every de partment is filled with clothes that aregtrictly in style this winter. y. y y y y y y s y K y y y y i . y » / y y -d y ' y. y y . y. y y y y y fl y t / ✓ / y. y Select them NOW and pay later in small, convenient amounts. / ✓ * ? y y * y y y y WA y y » y / y Those who have dealt with us know / y y y y how liberal are our terms to Charge Account customers. / y / ✓ The season of good cheer is at hand. We are starting ours with special reductions for Thanksgiving. No trouhle, No fuss, no red-tape. Just "Charge y / y y ✓ y y y y * y It" and make your own terms. y. y y y y y y , y ' y y y y y / y y Men's Ml Wool Suits and Overcoats Fur Trimmed Coats and Wraps y y y y * y »29 y y .85 y y y y ' y Specially Priced . Attractively styled Coats and Wraps, ij trimmed with Beaver, Caracul, Taupe or Platinum Wolf and Fox. ✓ * $24*5 y Specially Priced ✓ ✓ y y Blouse, wrappy aqd straight-line models, In black, navy and brown. - y y OVERCOATS—A fine assortment of woolens in rich colorings to please all tastes. Handsome new burly Over coats in raglan belters, ulsterettes with popular kimono sleeves. Light and dark colorings and plaid and fancy backing. y up / ✓ y . y y y y 5 Smartly Tailored and Fur-Trimmed Suits y y , / 'y Specially Priced $24« > y • SUITS—An assortment of Worsteds, Cassimeres, Tar- ' j tan Plaids, Shadow Stripes, etc. Snappy models that please the young fellows. Also a complete line of conservatives. New and smartly styled suits fashioned of Polret Twill, Trlcotlno, Velours and Yalama. y y y Plain tailored and fur trimmed 11 models. A splendid selection. up < y y High-Grade Fall and Winter Dresses / * y y / Specially Priced . . . New effects in drapes, pleating, panels, buckles and ornaments, Bertha«, sleeves, llrcular and straight-line and basque mod els, of Canton Crepe, Satin Velvet and Twill Cord. Boys' Two-Pants Suits, Mackinaws and Overcoats * Socially Priced . $ j A .85 / ' 6 ✓ y .85 y / . up y A y / y Girls' Winter Coats and Dresses $7-85 • up y Warm Overcoats, plaid Mackinaws and Suits with extra pants—each an unusual opportunity for parents to outfit their boys at big savings. Choice of any of these garments in sizes 7 to 17. / y Extraordinary Values . . Garments of warmth, «tylo and «ervic». j Come In all wanted materials and colors. / r y y y G y y N y One One y y * / y j y Flight Flight y » y y / % y r«: Ta' y. Up ÜP y y y y « y y y y / 606 Market St., Wilmington, Del. 4 % ■ H. Hum; Mrs. Richard Maxwell, of Newark, was the guest of Elkton friends on Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Rudulph, of Wilmington, j were Elkton visitors on Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rees, of Chesa peake City, hav* returned from a visit to Cambridge, Md.; Mrs.(three Charles S. Horn, *of Rehoboth, vis-1 ited her aunt, Mrs. George A.T* Brown, this week; Miss Bessie! Squler, teacher In the Elkton High 1 School, fell at her home In Port Deposit, breaking one of her wrists; j Miss Etta M. Boulden, of Whsh- j ington, D. C., has been spending aj few days with her parents, Mr. and I 1 Mrs. George W. Boulden. s Ä,Är-n 8 Johnson, of the Virginia Experl mental Station, gave Interesting facts and figure, on "Fertilizers for Truck iCrops. Mr. Allen, of Salisbury'. Md.. a large strawberry dealer, gave a talk MSCUSS STRAWBERRIES AND SWEET POTATO» on "Strawberries, Their Care, Culti vation, Picking and Shipping and the Manner of Planting." He advocated the Premier berry as a good seller and shipper. A. M. Snyder, of Dover, spoke on cooperative canning, and said after Mrs.(three years' experience tive tomato canning in Dover, he had 1oun< * tt profltable. M. E. Culver of Laurel, one of the largest sweet potato lower Delaware, gave a talk on the growing of sweet potatoes, care and shipping as well as proper storage an< t curing. JIr - Stine, of the Pennsylvania Railroad, in -coopera growers In spoke on the subject, M. Rosenbaum & Son 228 King St. SPECIALS 19c 13-inch PLATTER (decorated) each .. LARGEST SIZE PLATTER (gold band) each LARGE DINNER PLATES, each .... 43c 10c f 89c ALUMINUM DOUBLE ROASTER OVAL ALUMINUM DOUBLE ROASTER .... ,$1.69 18-in. Oval ALUMINUM DOUBLE ROASTER 18-in. ALADDIN ENAMEL ROASTER . We have a full line of toys at very lotv prices. $2.69 r $2.49 - "What the Railroad Does for the e Farmer." The session next year will he held at Salisbury, Md. » FIRED AT ANOTHER MAN. CHESTER, Pa., Nov. 24—Oliver » Green, who was arrested after a pistol battle near Front and Eng'o streets, told Magistrate Elliott in » Police Court today that he did not intend to shoot at Patrolman Handy, who was chasing him and Just miss- a ed being killed. He said the police man ran between his fire and that of others engaged In the battle and that , he had shot In self-defense. Green was fined 125 and costs and his re volver was conflscatqd.