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units' Niom V 4» Musical and Literary Pro ' gram Will Feature Old Glory's Fete Thursday DEL. CENTURY CLUB ALTERS CHARTER ^Special to The Evening Journal DELAWARE CITY, DM., F»h. 5. Old Glory Council. Jr. O. U. A. M.. ,/nlll celebrate ladies' night Thurs day evening in the Town Hall, when members and their 4 'friends will he entertained. An elaborate musical program, provid ed by th» teachers of Ihe public schools, has been arranged, as has *5 literary program hy the cou committee, Arthur Hope, chairman. In charge. A banquet will follow * Ihe en'ertainment. The Rev Zick w 1 vea and U \V. Wells pastor of Wesley M. K. Church. Wilmington, will mak* th»* m principal address. Several .State and national officers of the order will he present. The bi-weekly meeting of the Wo men's Christian Temperanr« Union, took plac« In the Donnell rest rooms at Henry «and Clln'.on street», last « 1 evening. At a meeting of the Delaware City Century Club executive hoard, at i' the home of Mrs. Thomas J. Whlte man. president, the rul°s and regu lations of the club were slightly , changed.• The weekly meeting of the club Mill he held in the Town Hall, at -:30 o'clock. Friday afternoon. Fol * lowing »he monthly business session, Mrs. Eleanor Reybold will stage a rhort musicale. » The Council of the Roy and Girl F* outs will meet at th« home of Mr. and Mrs, Harry C. Webb, on Clln 4 The mid-week prayer services of the First Presbyterian Church will , tike place in the home of Mr. and * Mrs. John F. Reybold Thursday ntn ns. Town Council met in Councilman Rose's office on Clinton street, laat night, transacted. The the Methodist •hen routine business was mid-we^k prayer service of Church will take t jilace in the lecture room of the church, at 7:3b o'clock tomorrow eveninc. with the Rev. V W. Lay field. in charts. The top e will be * * Jacob at Jabhok " The Knights of Golden EagU will meet In Eag!e Hall at 8 o'clock to * morrow evening. Miss Lettle Pennington is confined to her bed with grip at the home . of Mrs. Charles Ash. on Jefferson K reet. Mir. Dora McElwain. former in » etructor of English and sctence in the I ! in the duPont Hi-th. was the Sun . rl iy gqe-t of Inen I at the home of Mrs Alice Clark .Dffersoon. of Pec , ond and Jefferson streets. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. and their dauchter. Carney's Po.nt. N. J., ' w»ek-end euertr of Air. p • rent a. Laylleld. of the Methodist parson ! l -h * Hr.oi. now instructor Laylleld. Margaret, of were the Layfleld'i the R»v and .Mrs. L. 5V « ''harles Schaefer. Jr., of Philadel phia, was the Sunday guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charl"s f. S 1 haefer. »f Clinton s'reet. ma Schaefer, who has been ihe cti»st of fr ends In Chesa peake City for ihe past few days, returned to her home on Clinton street, yesterday. Miss E This is the dtfTe to use Want Ads medium for selling as a instruments, as well as buying good ones at a bargain. musical *'• $ - ; « ss A My -/<■ 1 't ( ■ GRIP i NAS RETURNED' TAKE NO CHANCES You are in danger of catch ing the grip if you are weak md run-down. The grip germ finds its earliest victims among those whose resisting power is lowest. When you have a cold and neglect it you are in great danger of grip or pneumonia. The pure food elements i Father John's Medicine build snergy to resist cold and grip germs. The ucntlr laxative effect of Fath er John's Medicine help« to drive out Impurities. I- allier John's- llivllrlne soothes and hevls the llnlne of ihe hrealli Ins passage«. Von are safe when Father John'« Medicine because I« guaranteed free from alcohol danxerou« drugs In any form, sixty seven years In use. in .'on lake it or CENTURY CLUB to hear buyer Head of Women's Club Will Take 'Book of Job" as His Text . _ * 11 *P®«h before ** . ,flrtr * e °*' n <Vnt| iry Guh]„j on Thursday afternoon of next we»k on "The Bonk of Job.'* COURT SESSIONS n\ï VNT PCnDPCTGW/M I IN UtUKUtlUWlN Special ii The Evening Journal. GEORGETOWN. DM., Eeh. «. — . H. D. Royer, director for D"la ware of the General Federation of Women's flul>s. M The meet ing will be open and a large crowd is expected. .Mi«« GInra Bouthwick, «^rretarj' of the Consumers' League, will apeak before the eluh Thursday afternoon. She will talk on the proposed leg slation now pending in the General Assembly. Miss Olive B. Hurley, stenograph ier«» of Senator Thomas Bayard, in Washington, I». C., »•pent the week-»nd er in the nth her n»r en's. Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Hurley. Former Register of Wills William .1. Mustard is confined to his home <»n Laurel street, heraus»» of illness. Former Deputy Sheriff Bud Coy. who is employed in Middletown, spent the week-end at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. I,. J. Nirholn, 715 West K;ghth Wilmington, were visitors here op Saturday and consult?d Deputy Attorney General Robert G. Houston street. charge brought against Nichols hy John L. Littleton, of Dagshoro Hundred, to recover two watches on a vhich were Biven to Nichols hy Mrs. Littleton, for repair in Wllmmxton. Th» watches were in the jewelry stor> of Charles A. Fehl, in Wil mington. and not knowlne the party PCRCHASING ORDERS ACCEPTED. 6-8 West Sixth Street , eason I *N -1 This Annual Store Wide Event offer* unusual opportunities for notable savings. Be cause of limited stocks we emphatically advise you to take early advantage of the End of the Season Clearance. We re Repriced Our WOMEN'S AND MISSES' '<1 /A COATS Md W 1 r s' V, J / 1 'v|? / ï\ I« » î DOWN TO V f/JC p 10 '15 '20 s « u î ; I L II iw] II U, \\ IN MANY INSTANCES THE FUR TRIMMINGS ARE WORTH MORE THAN THE ABOVE PRICES. With two months of winter ahead, it is a wise in vestment to choose of these wonderful coat bar gains. . . II Final Reductions on Balance of Higher Grade and Season's Favored '35 COATS AND Developed of rich, soft, luxurious materials; Squirrel, Fox, Wolf and other high grade fur trimmings. These coats at practically half of their former low price. '45 Beautiful As Sprimr! /00 II omen s and Mis ib / I 9 m ses / / V IA /W À \\ >K DRESSES M ■ ■ m i /Ä«! !l 11 -t \ ■ il I /^LaJ Specially grouped at these amazing prices for immediate selling. /j m /; fr $ 10 and S 1 î I 0_ bUl IN ALL THE NEW AND APPEALING STYLE VER. SIONS OF THE SEASON Cantons, Taffetas. Wool Crepes. Poiret Twills, Trico fines, Spanish Laces, Crqpe de Chines, Flat Crep Heed This! The Biggest Dress Savings This Season i»\ y f r* 9 I • o whom they hrlnnc*d. they could I not he returned. know Nichole* nddreee in Wiimlnft | ion and brought a charge agaimit i him of larceny by bailee. Suesex county la covered with a blanket of «now more than four Littleton did not inches d^ep. The storm broke Sun day night about 11 o'clock and con • tinned until about noon yesterday. I This morning:, however, the fall wns light. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Da lacy, resid ing near here, are the happy par ents of a daughter, who has been named Marie. vened here yesterday at noon. After being instructed the grand Jury re i paired to their room to consider 1 the criminal cases brought to their attention by Attorney General Town s< nd and Deputy Attorney General Houston. Moat of yesterday*« eee on was taken up with th« hearing in the d i VO rce With Judges Harrington and j Richards on the bench, the recular February term of Superior Court. md Court of General Sessions, con | wood, who had been a fugitive from Re cently he was arr-sted in Burling ton, S. J.. and turned over to th» Sussex authorities. I IMP I\ HAND TRIIN ' ililiilf) I nil U, II \ I I AV L'II)I' »JF/lO tl.lLL t'il rlllL ise of Johi E Thomas vs. Saille Thomas, of laurel The action was brought on the I ground of desertion. The court Islon. The criminal cases . | gfrvod rt will he taken up today and next Monday a Court of Oyer and Ter miner will he railed to try the mur der rases. The fir?* on the ralendar fis that of Carl .Johnson, of Green justice for Ply two years. Special to The Evening Journal. BLADES. Del.. Feb. 6.—While makinx her way to th- hallway In h-r hom- hare lal<> last nicht. Mr«. ^ saae Elliot tripped on th* sta:rs Irolled down a dozen *teps, a hich she lamp \v mg and husband, who wa« asleep on th© sec ond floor, heard the noise and rush ed downstairs t con*c!ous and the place Jn flames. ■as rarryinc brfak ttinx th- hall on flra. Her And his «wife ui Elliot carried the woman to a place i*f safety and with a fire extinguish er managed to put out flames before they had made arrest headway. Percy Bowers, who has been con fined to his home here with grip three weeks, has recovered sufficient ly »o he out. and bark at hla work. William Larrimore and son. Wilmington, spent Sunday with their parent*. Mr. and Mrs. George Lam j more. Mr. and M Herbert l#arrlmoro and their children, of Philadelphia are spending the week with Mr l^rrimore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Iwirrimore. Wallace Fleetwood is building addition to his property on the main highway here which Is occupied by a Philadelphia firm, engaged in the ! manufacture of pajamas. On com Potion *»f u,,. work, the firm will add to more machines to ihe plant doubling their output, on January 24; to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sanford Winterthur, a girl on January 25; to Mr. and Mrs, Emile Topkis, 80« West Twentieth Street, a gjrl on January 18; to Mr. and Mrs. Mlchle Lensh. Donaldson Apartments. a gj r i on February to Mr. and Mr«. Herbert Willis, 2222 Tatnall street, a girl on February 1: Mr M "- •> 0,, 'l , h MeUon. 22>; West Ninth street, a Kir; on Fet.ru F II Me cormiek. 2217 MacDonnugh Road, a hoy on February 2: to Mr. and Mrs Ralph Coughlin, 2402 Washington street. a hoy on February 3, to Mr. and Mrs. Snowden Stadler, of Win terthur. a boy on February 3; to Mr. and Mrs. George F. Lynch, 215 .Tef ferson street, a girl on February 3: to Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Bryson. 1321 West Twenty-second afreet, a hoy on February 4. to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper, 529 North Grant avenue, a boy on February 4 and to Mr and Mrs. Paul Nowland, SIR street, a hoy on January 27. MAW MIW ft ARIKS. I The following recent births are reported as having taken place at ihe Delaware Hospital: To Mr. and .Mrs. J. Harare Ball. 2108 Biddle street. a son Sherman j What Labor Thinks of City Manager Governor , i I 1 ( ♦ ft Rv The Commission- Ma nager Form of Government In Dayton. Ohio f K. A. Nunsn, Kditor Labor Review. Dayton. Ohio. 4 of Government In Dayton. Ohm, no matter from what viewpoint H may Form The Commission-Manager n be inspected is a decided success. However, the plan Itself ca nnot I»** said to tb s. ns the spirit and good Judg ment shown by tb«* cit sens in se rapahle and sacrificing officials counts for great deal. As far ss that Is con form of government will fasting honest, cerned, n evAn approximate success unless the vttiaena evidence a lively interest in responsible for all of if-1 plan i». The com mission-manager 1 Wilmington rhapter of the Alumni Society of the I'nlversity of Delaware at a me-tlng In the IL-tel last night disenesed plan« ' fnr ,h,> semi-annual banquet to be "* th e Hm* 1 «InPont on Feb ruary *4. The meeting waa pre .'"'dd over by H. O. law.on. Tentative plans Indicate an un- ; Usd ally large nttei Ian at the af f* lr nml th* ln cal chapter plans to provide for the entertainment of the visiting delegations. Reports * presented at the meeting show an | Increase in membership of the local I chapter. The body expects to have j i * l 0 ** P' r cent attendance at the banquet. Prominent members of the gen eral society and officers and mem | hers of the faculty of the t'niverally 1 * 11 laddresa Ihe banquet. A special j Î entertainment will ho a feature of the function. j UNIVERSITY MEN AT DINNER FEB. 24 Miller Bros. 9th and King Miller Bros. 9th and King For Your Old Refrigerator If You Purchase a Leonard PORCELAIN CLEANABLE Two carloads of Niagara and Leonard Refriger ators at 20% to 40% Reductions—A feature sale of Miller Bros. February drive for HAPPIER HOMES. By special arrangement with the manufacturers of the Leonard and Niagara, we were given instruction* to make these phenomenal reductions for our February Sale only. Your opportunity is now. One Out of Every Seven Refrigerators Sold is a Leonard LEONARD CLEANABLE REFRIGERATOR "J Allows free rtrrulaOow/of cold dry air. 1 Ten wall* ef Insulation keep cold In and heat out f Porcelain ffnlng drought way,to edge of door frame. [ No wood exposed inside. 1 Ltnlngi brought heck over door No wood expose, on Inside 1 'v F.'A (| i Î > Heavy aU metal removable Ice rack. 'Ir-xAïa cracks or Joint, anywhere. v; Nickel plated non-rusting lever locks and hinge*. Retfnned rrmonrmbl* wire shelve* A ie A :: ■ 8 1 P«tent rvnwvifclc drain pipe and trap j Baac board lifts "Mp; ONE PIECE PORCELAIN LINED 3? > nl L\ T-ME TESTET) -SINCE t8€5* 3 r 4 î? IP 15 A »iV JlOt I î I ■in r)r ■'V k . Ii Niagara Top leer, white enamel lined, thoroughly dried hardwood with insulation of Keystone copper steel that will not rust. Special at H 1 —Is $ 9.90 ii i,4 Niagara 3-door enamel lined Refrigerator. An ex cellent example of the Niagara substantial construction and durability; 60 pounds ice capacity. For this sale only Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator $ 19.95 S-door French Gray, onc-plccr lined pr»)rl«k»n cham ber. with ronrwl corner» of heavy Armco liurot Iron; «helve». Ice nick. clmiTi I)I|h* nml f nip arc n* iiimahl«* for HennlllJC. Srlf-clo« inff Im'k«, nickcl-pIntiNl; nix wmIIs. cr|iiip|N*fl with patent in terior construction. for return ing water to waMe pipe, insuring dryness and durability to re frigerator. S1-(i(Nir, White Knavnel Lined Refrlffcmtor, with polden oak finish. heavily Insulated. -M\ walla* win* »helves, n new pat ent waste pipe . Self-elosiiyj sprinc lork, nickel-plated; ice capacity* 60 pounds. Threc-door Niagara enamel lined, interior metal parts of Keystone copper steel that will not rust; air-tight inner case: built to last. Ice capacity, 80 pounds. Special sale price $ 27.50 $39.95 $24.00 Free * Credit Terms 7f/eM <5 A Pair of Ice Tongs to Suit You With Each ''The Happy Home is the Well Furnished Home Ninth and King Streets 99 Refrigerator U ilinington, Del. ft r over the Old political evatem. chief 1 amena which Is the centralization of possesses a number of adNantnges authority and the bringing of the se*Mona of the commission are ah •olutely Informal. government dow to the people. The Any citizen the commission room, voire any complaint, offer any sue gestion and then go on about his business. It Is the most democratic form of government In existence. The manager ia respona:b!e for the conduct of the city's affairs. He can't pa*s the blame on to someone »Ik In! hern ii ' he In renponslhle for th* appointment of all department heads if minor officials or em ployes are Incompetent, tftat la the fault of Ihe department bend and be ts held responsible by the man ager who. In turn, must answer to the commission. The manager's Job depends upon full and com plete service. Probably in no place In the cotin try do the working men and the ,-l,y " n ' r,nl " harmonize so complete-j 'V «" In Dayton. The reason f»r Jft» I» that the wage earner can; K« before Ihe rommisslon with a complaint at any time, talk it over and have the trouble adjusted. Red tape haa long ago been out In "bread*. | From the standpoint of the labor-1 Ing «nan, no objection can he voiced to th" commission manager form of government In fact, ,,u r expel .-nee in Dayton has shown the sye tem to be satiafactory In every re sped; not meaning that labor re reives any special consideration, but It does receive all that it asks -an ! even break. Thla fact ahould he borne In I mind—the commission-manager plan ! has hsen an unqualified succès* in Dayton. I nlnn Endorses Plan. In reply how the to your request as to 1 union men In Alameda »(and on our present form of jnv.m ment, would ray that wo And it a bl» Improvement over the old forme of Rovernment and there are eeveral reasons for It. One of them Is that It has done away with all of our '"" iy P»' 1 "™ °. f wh ' ch »• h "'' * ha * R "*° r "' ,on - »iblltty In one man wKh the Coun-j ni an a check, which we find give« Wo endorsed it at the lime of ac coptance and still do an. Sincerely, F A. Hartley, C. Cutchlaon, Jarno« llammond. treasurer; AI Hansen, re cording secretary; T. L. Gray, finan cial secretary; Howard W. Williford, president. better service and quicker anion. . QUIT TOBACCO : >fo-To-Bao has helped thousands brwlk , h(> ro , tly n , rV e-shstler lng tf>t , arro hab | t . whenever you have R longing for a smoke or chew Juat p|are „ harmless. No-To-Rne tablet In your mouth Instead. All desire slops. Shortly the habit la completely broken and you are het , Pr mentally. physically flnan dally. It's eo cney. so simple. Get ,,f No-To-Bar and if it doesn't . So easy to drop Cigarette, : Cigar, or Chewing habit ; release you from all craving for to- I hacco Jn any form your druggist will refund your money without question. Oils Gas Storage Machine* to Order Local and Long distance haul ing. Household goods and pianos moved. James S. Lowe GARAGE and TRANSFER 1211 Pine St. f Wil.. Del. D. A A. Phones 2374-1810 I — 4 For Swollen Joints __ f*«* Jhromrh akin and fleah rlgh down t»» the hone and licimenta—that'« why* it auccH««ia. Aak X. B Danforth or any reliable druggtat. but JoInl-K;«»Q Most remedies fall, succeeds. It's for Joint troubles only, whether In ankle, knee. hip. elbow, shoulder. flncrK or spine—whether rheumatic or not. It limbers up stiff, Inflamed, painful, creaky joints so quickly you'll be as tonished. 'Two seconds' rubbln« and away c s 2- © t Franklin City, Va. Berlin, Md. Harrington, Del. Sunday, February 18 Stopping st Milford. Georg«. Mtlltbopo, Frankford, Queponco. Snow. Hill, Qlrdletree and Hurtley. SPECIAL TRAIN. Lvs Wilmington . 7.38 A. M. «•turning, loaves Franklin City 6-00 P. M. making tame stops as on going trip. town, Selby ville. I ij. Pennsylvania System '* The Route of the Broadway Limited.