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BLOWN TO MAOS;
STILL EXPLODES And Then Fun Begins in Princeton Triangle Club Production TO BE SHOWN AT PLAYHOUSE DEC. 18 The planet Mars always has ln tr.gued Imagination and many have been the romantic plots laid, amid It* blxarre caverns and grottoes, but there la no Tnonopoly on the Mars market and the Princeton Triangle Club 'n Its new musical oomedy, which will be at The Playhouse, house. December 18, will make the cosmio Jump and try to offer a fair picture of society on our astral neighbor. This setting gives unlimited eoope It concerns the struggle for plot. between the older and the younger order of things on Mars. The older conservatives rally around Menka, a super-personality who rules the globe by thought waves; while younger generation rejecting the notion that knowledge Is power, | pursue pleasure ln a whole-hearted 1 fashion worthy of earth. The latter, i however. Is merely a poll« of light to them and they think It is heaven. I But one day. while pursuing a "heavenly occupation" — namely. tending a home-brew still—a reve nu. officer In that same heaven has a most terrible misfortune. Th. still explode. A. a result he is j .l blown up to Mars and there, ss a true messenger 'rom hcaxen he ls acclaimed ruler He rides with the Martian liberals and Immensely furthers the cause by Introducing many hitherto unknown Institutions such as law, love. Jazz, flapperlsm, with quite astonishing results. The stage settings and costumes are done ln the most modern man ner. Expressionism, which, by Ithe method of simplification and exag iteration, presents only the essen tlals of the situation. In America this Is a very new art following Ini the footsteps of Appa and Rhein -1 It Involves "Light I most modern j The music 1« in I hardt In Europe painting" and the * tage technique. the same general scheme "seeking atmosphere, and following the whole tone scale of Debusey and Ravel. The committee ln charge of the raports production Wilmington that two-thirds of the seats In the lower house have already beer» sold, lt ie advisable, therefore, that all those who are now ln possession of application blanks should fill them and return them to William out Equitable Building. S. Prickelt, without delay. B. & 0. H AS NEW MILK SHIPMENT PLAN and Baltimore and Co-operating with dairymen milk shippers, the Ohio Railroad Company through its Milk-Cream Department, has Inau gurated a new method of payment for milk shipments so that shippers forward dairy products under may a collect milk-cream waybill, afford ing opportunity for collection at destination. This arrangement sup plements the former method of pay ing the transportation charge at the shipping point only. Simultaneously, as a further pro tection to shippers, the Baltimore and Ohio Company has likewise In troduced a new system of Invoice waybilling for the return of empty Under this Innovation a com cens. plete record Is kept ef the handling of milk cans from the dealer back to the shipper, showing the exact time they are delivered to the rail road for forwarding. These new arrangements are part of the general program the Balti more end Ohio Company Is pursuing td aid ln greater dairy development. It* Milk-Cream Department has al so co-operated ln the location of available collecting stations ln the country for city distributors and has extended its public service to help ing dairy producers find markets for their producta. TO TEACH CHURCH METHODS. Classes ln methods of church work will be hcljl at the Christian Worker«' Institute, which will bo held In Second Baptist Church next Sunday, Monday. Tuesday and Wed nesday. Members of the Ladies' Aid will serve supper ln the evening. . Last year 156 delegates and guests attended the Institute. Many are ex pected thla year, and all are Invited who are Interested ln any part of church work. COLDS IHM DEVELOP INTO \l Chronic couph» and 1 persistent colds load to aerious lung: trouble. You can stop them now with Creomulslon. an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomuision Is a new medical discovery with two-fold action; it soothes and heals the inflamed mem branes and kills the germ. Of all known drugs, creosote is recog nised by the medical fraternity as the! greatest healing agency for the treat-! ment of chronic cough® and colds and other forms of throat and lung trou- 1 hies. Greomulsîon contains, in addition to creosote, other which eoothe and heal membranes and stop while the creosote goes on to the stom ach, is absorbed into the blood, attacks the seat of the trouble and destroys the germs that lead to consumption. Croomulsion is guaranteed satisfac tory in the treatment of chronic coughs and colds, bronchial asthma, catarrhal bronchitis and other forms of throat and lung diseases. * and is excellent for building UP the system after colds or the flu. Money refunded if any cough or cold, no matter of how long stand ing. is not relieved after taking ac cordlcg to directions. Ask your drug gist. Creomulslon Co., Atlanta, Oa. —(Adv.) • ig elements the Infiamod the Irritation healln Paintings by Radio Young Inventor'* Machine Transmit* Color Art I By NBA Service. I OGDEN, Utah, Dec. 0 .— Another I step in the development of his In vention for the tranimlsslon of plc tures by wireless has taken Le Roy J. Lelshman, of this city to ths trans mission of paintings— colors and •11! Lelshman, at 25. Is known ln this part of the country as a brilliant and successful Inventor. At 16 he Invented a mathematical device for architectural use. Now he has on his list of Inventions a system of photography by wire or wireless which he has already demonstrated successfully. His latest perfection has been his process of broadcasting pictures ln color. He has merely added some thing to'hit original picture-trans mitting apparatus. In the transmission of black and white photograph* Lelshman has adopted the photo-engraving procsss of taking an Imago of the picture through a screen of dots. This dot ted picture Is then sent by electric Impulses over the wires or by wire less to a receiving Instrument similar to the transmitter. Following closely this system. the'Lelshman figured there ought to be a way of sending colors by a similar method. He divided the colors In three primary groups—red, yellow and blue—as Is done ln color prlnt 'ng. By broadcasting these primary P |n * th ® m wheraver It was noces « ar Y. h ®, found , *1® couM reproduce th ® original painting, Legman has J n color pletura. by vrtwl*». «">'• h ® hM *°" e Tl l a re~!v in this process by devising a recelv £i£ |n . thl / wouM combine the co i or8 ggnt .eparat.Iy so that oriRlnal pIcture »m come for good refmlts . p or thlg rea(ton , Lelshman Is not 0 ff eP | nK nls product for practical use at pre< , e nt. out at once. But the Invention Is not yet fin ished, says Lelshman. !ng over its details with the Inten tion of bringing out a perfect ma chine which can be depended upon gsgnn nmiT/qrA FIRE TRUCKS 1 IIIU 111UVIUJ the He Is work PLAN RADIO FOR cities throughout country are planning to Include radio with their fire-fighting | Several apparatus equipment. This is a result of a practical dem onstration given some time ago San Francisco, In which fire trucks directed through the streets by ln were means of radio. The tests were arranged by Fire Chief Thomas bers of the Pacific Radio Trades As sociation, for the benefit of the vleit ing fire chiefs ln convention at the time. Several of the vlritor* were enthused over ths Idea that they brought it back for adoption in their own cities. At the San Francisco demonstra tion an army truck, equipped with a sending and receiving eet. traveled at high speed through the street* while It kept In constant communica tion with fire headquarters. It pick ed up the fire signals and was con trolled easily from the broadcasting station. Todays Radio Program fTune to 360 Meter*) Station WOO. Philadelphia Class B. 400 Metres 11.00 a. m.—Grand Organ. 11.30 a. m.—United States weather forecast. 11.55 a. m.—Chimes and stroke of noon on the organ bells. 5.15 p. m.—Grand organ and trumpets. 9.55 p. m.—United State* Naval Observatory time signal. 10.02 p. m.—United States weather forecast. Joyful Family Reunion "Two of my brothers, a sister, as well as myself have been chronic suf ferers from gas in stomach, Indiges tion, pain ln right side near appendix and liver trouble for many years. My sister tried Mayr's Wonderful Rem edy with such good results that we all took a course of It and lt helped ln each case. Last Sunday we had a family reunion ln celebration of our recovery and what we all did eat." It la a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catharral mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes prac tically all stomach, liver and lntesr tinal ailments, including appendl One dose will convince or citl*. money refunded J. M. Eckerd and druggists everywhere. Sure to Please Christmas Gifts . Neckwear Shirts Glove* Mufflers Sweater Coat* Pajama* Hosiery Belt* and Buckles Links and Studs f \ Umbrellas Bath Robe* Cane* Dress Waist Coats Etc., Etc., Etc. Lounging Robes Handkerchiefs MANSURE & PRETTYMAN DuPont Building (Inside Tenth Street Entrance) High Grade But NOT High Price Station WJZ, Newark N. J. p. m.—Closing prloes on stocks, bonds, grain, ooffee and sugar. 5.45 p. m.—Resume of sporting events, etc. 5.55 p. m.—"Iron and Steel Re view," by the Iron Age. 4.00 p. m.—Musical program. 7.00 p. m.—"Animal Stories," by Florence Smith Vincent, of the New York Evening Telegram. 9.00 p. m.—''The Business Situa tion." by Dr. Warren Hlckernall 9.10 p. m.—"The Human Prob lems In Industry," by E .M. HerT, president of the Westinghouse Elec tric and Manufacturing Company. 9 45 p .m.—"Making Money and Making Good*" by W. T. Mitchell. 9.56 to 10.00 p. m. — Arlington time signal* weather forecast. 10.01 p. m. — Recital by Geneva Young. soprano; Ruth Howard Courtrlght at the piano. 6.80 Pittsburgh Station (KT1KA) (Wewdngtanuae—480 Meters) 7 p. m.—News; trl-weskly letter from Farm and Home; weekly sum mary of the iron and steel Industries, prepared by the Iron Age. 7.30 p. m.—Bedtime story for the children. 7.45 p. m.—Summary of the New York Btock Exchange. 8 p. m.—"The Value of an Auto mobile Club," George R. Wallace, member of the Board of Oovernors of the Automobile Club, of Pitts burgh. and director of Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce. 8.30 p. m.—Mary Ellen Thurston, St. Xavier's College, Latrobe, will Pupil of Margaret Poem,'' play the violin. Horne. Program: Slblth; "Rosemary." Krels'.er; "Le gende," Wlenlawvkl; "Overtase." ma zurka, Wlenlawskl. "A TRANSFER RURAL PROPERTIES Thirteen transfers of rural erty have been recorded ln the of fice of the County Board of Assess ment, as follows: In Blackbird hundred—For road construction, by Harry B. Grieves and Samuel A. Fortner to the State of Delaware, for 12. In Brandywine hundred—By WI1 liam A Harrison io j.outs W. Kode. ) for tl - 000 - b >- > h ® «ockd.i« cor-; poratlon to Lewls MouaIay for $10; construction, by George Frank Lord to the Stats of Delaware, for II. In Christiana hundred—By Wil liam F. Qroome to Ezekiel C. Boul den. for 3300; by the Oak prop for road Grove Company to Katherine H. L. Grant and Louis J. Grant, for 1195 each; by the J. W. Holloway Company to Frank Prestowlt* for 110; by Archie T. St. Clair to the Ashley Syndicate, for 16; by George T. Thomas Elwood, for fl. In Mill Cl liam H. Derriokson Roach, for »1. In New Castle hundred—By Clif ford R, Lynam to Dennis H. Pier son, for 8200. In Pencader hundred—By Nelson Price to Leonard L. Sadler, for 1800. In White Clay Creek hundred—By Wllmer S. Hawthorne to Prances L. Hawthorne, for 88 . 900 . reek hundred—By Wil to Sidney H. Dr. KING'S PILLS —for constipation Jfe-; tor Uvcr iUs 1 ELECTRIC XMAS GIFTS GIFT IRONS • that will plea*« and delight All ready to a man's hand in a holly Xmas box with cord, plug and stand real Universal, full nickeled; the beat you could possibly buy her—and specially priced. Open Saturday Afternoons to Xmas omplete GARRETT, MILLER & CO. Fourth and Orange Sts. FINE SOLOS FOR Choice Program by Frances wf i r, . i s DeWitt Babcock, Assist I A .»lee lug /ArTlsi up,, » I T/—* ¥ it*, , ■ ■ 4 t~i tttt 4 it NAUGHTY MARIETTA, FNSFMRF F NIITMRFR ly IN OCIV1DLC 1NUJV1DCIN The program prepared for the an nual fall concert by the Orpheus Club, next Tuesday night In the ball room of the Hotel duPont, Is easily _, „ the mo « brilliant of any yet pre sented by the organisation for the public's entertainment and approval. I 'This Is especially true not only as regards the numbers which the Or pheus ltseif will sing but of the solo numbers chosen by Mrs. Frances De Witt Babcock, soprano, who will be the assisting erriet and the ensem ble numbers she will elng wjth the club. Mrs. Babcock needs virtually no Introduction to Wilmington audi ences. For years she was known ln her home city, Dover, as a taisnted John Barnes Wells, the famous New York teacher and concert soloist who has sung with the Orpheus Club ln this city on eeveral occasions. She was principal soprano soloist of tho Grace Methodist Episcopal Church of this city until a few weeks ago, when she resigned to depart from Wilmington with har Georg* B. Babcock, who was organ ist of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, who moved to Ports mouth, N. H. It was at first feared Mr* Bab cock would be unable to keep her appointment as assisting artist with the Orpheus Club because of her re moval from th# city; but she prompt-1 ly set such belief at rest by an nounclng she "would come to Wll-1 mingtoo to elng If she had to walk all the way." Her own program next Tuesday night will oomprisa th* following numbers: I "Die Lorelei," Llsxt; II "On Wings of 8ong." Mende:«sohn; "O Robin! Little Robin!" McCollIn: "Sybelln," Binding; "One Golden Day," Foster. In addition to these solo numbers. Mrs. Babcock will Join the Orpheus Club ln giving "I'll Sing Thee Sengs of Araby," by Clay-Woodruff, and "Just You," by H. T. Burleigh. She will also take part with the club In singing what is anticipated will be one cf the best offerings of the entire evening. This will be the Italian Street Song from "Naughty Mari etta," by Victor Herbert. husband. INFLUENZA As a preventive,_' _ 2 * hale night and morning— VISUS Oner 17 Million Jan Uud Yeartg Dr. COX, Dentist 1212 MARKET ST. Careful attention given to all branches of dentistry. EXPERT ON EXTRACTION and Crown and Brldgework. Gas or needle used, lady attendant. OPEN EVENINGS Phono 6H99. HONOR ROLL PUPILfc. Special to The Evening Journal. RICHARDSON PARK, Del., Deo. tl—Despite the epldemlo of mumpt. scarlet fever and other ailments among school children here the honor roll for perfect attendance during the month la lalrge The list follows: First grade—Edward Kopystackl. Annette DeLon*, Margaret Pott* Freddie Baumgardt, Elsie Conway. Wiliam Siymanskl. Muriel Qott schall. Frank DeLong, Thelma Hank, Edgar Hlrech, Fred Cuetla, Howard I Herbert, Margaret Gre'.gg, Rita Miller, Marjorie Pierce, Anne Seltnes jand Catherine Meehan. Second grade—Allmond Black well Frederick Homer. Clara Brad fogd, Dorothy Conway, Sarah Strickland and Virginia Cattell. Third grade—Stanley Browlngton., Alda Cartwright. Ignatlua Fias, Harry Johneon, William Loreman, Henry Madey, J«m*i Rudolph. 1 Fourth grade—Robert Clough. Robert F!gher Ernfgt Hor „, r John Jessup. Ralph Bldwell, Tessle Syman Fifth grade—William Davis, Ra phael Kopysttckl, Horae Lang, Wll liam Litchfield, Charles Shlrey, Rob *kl and Mary Bradford. UK mi SS 5 III i . O' k t j G ! BREAK CHILD'S COLD » WITH "CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Hurry! Move Little Bowels with this Harmless Laxative No matter what el*s you give your chlld to relieve a bad cold, sore . ... throat or congestion, b. sure to first open ths little one's bowels with •^California Fig Syrup" to get rid of ths poisons and waste which are causing ths cold and congestion. In a few hours you can see for yourself how thoroughly lt works the con- ; stlpatlon poison, sour bile and j waste right out. | ROSPERITY will surely come to those who progress in the paths of Purity and Truth. (A second equally iarge plant for mak ing BreyersIceCream is under construction in West Philadelphia, to supply the public's ever-increasing de mand for this purej old-fashioned ic*. cream.) • * P ~ß r the Breyer Ideals were the Publics Ideals » [pi LX' I ; , % BREYER ICE CREAM CCX PHILADELPHIA <(! p LEDCEWf PURITY This Pledge has removes all doubt! sarrrm I «T ' À' J' y / ■ ■ / )/ pfM Y % s r ■ - '' . r Va ' * ]> . 1 7. v; <*A X ' rj mi. j * _ rfCif ; a-itV-v.;. !Ï'C ! ■ ■ : f m !';•' 'AM \fe v k \ t ^ Rr / S V/ - \rl \ 4 i 3*0* y V ert Tlneman, Benjamin Ungerbueh ler, Gertrude Hutt, Doris Matthss, Mary Symanskl, Clara Tarbutton. grade—George George Horner , Joseph MoCollom, Sixth Hanna. MarsJen Ungerbuhler, Olive Cart wright He en Smith, Phoebe Speer. Margaret Thomson. Seventh grsde—Lillian Burke. Emma Huggins, Aubrey Ewing, Philip Thompson. Eighth gr ade— Marjory McFall, Cecelia Madey, Mable Montgomery, Edith Myers, Henry Blomqulet, Wll Ham Delsem, George Dempsey, Al fred Downs, Oscar Matthss. George Myers. John Bldwell and John "THE FOl'R HOUSEMEN." The National Theatre has secured for a two-day showing on Friday and Saturday, "The Four Horsemen Walker. of the Apocalypse." This Is on« of the greatest pictures of the past two years end has had remarkable runs whsrever shown. Rudolph Valentino made hie success In the picture. He Is ably supported by an all-star cast. "The Man Who Married His Own Wife," Is the attrectlon at the Na tlonel today. Even If you call your family phy »>• will praise you for having given "California Fig Syrup" as the! lMat , vg b , caug . lt nevOT fal „. ngvgr , c ramps or overacts, and even sick children love Its pleasant taste, Ask your druggist for genuine i "California Fig Syrup" which has j directions for babies and children of I all ages printed on bottle. Mother!! You must say "California" or you \ may get an Imitation fig syrup. Sisters of Charity Have Proven the Value of Father John's Medicine Sisters in Charge of Children'* Home "Have Used It With Grea* Success for Coughs and Cold*" At the Children's Home In New buryport. Maas., thers are an aver *v* of sixty children under the lov ln * care of the Sisters of Charity. In * recent signed statement the Sister In charge said: "We Cheer thlly endorse rather John's Modi cine boeniu*' In onr Home h has be Bj***** Indispe nsable. W e use It, not only for coughs and colds but also as " builder. We tell our friends that wr would not ha without It. Wo *" ,ve u*°d 1* with greet success and Und It to lu»Te no equal as a builder.'' (Blgned) The Home for Deetisute Children. Bisters of Charity, New buryport. Maas In a great many Institutions of a GIVE A SAVINGS ACCOUNT This is the time of year when the thoughtful Christmas giver—the one who really desires to express affection and esteem—turns to the great question, "What Shall I Give for Christmas?" Make it a savings account this year. Open a deposit with us for any amount you like, in any name you wish, and put the passbook in a Christmas stocking. Now is the time to save—not to spend. Think a Little and Make Your Gift Mean More WILMINGTON SAVINGS FUND SOCIETY _j similar character throughout thd country, Father John's Medicine 1^ what the nurses In charge depend upon to keep the children well and strong. They know that It Is entirely safe because It is free from alcohol and dangerous drugs Many similar letters of endorse ment have been received from homes, hospitals and Institutions, and thd names and copies of the letters will be sent on request, Father John's Medicine fs a doc tor's prescription, and Is pure and wholesome. It has had mote than sixty-seven years' success for colds, throat troubles and as a tonic end body builder.