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Your Telephone Will Carry Your Want Ad Direct To This Page For Tomorrow
EVERY EVENING
ÇUUiriEP ApyERTIBINO.
(Indexed for H ul »rn 1UY
LINK HATES l EB PA\.
Count six words to the Una- xwt^A
Count initials and nll ™l* pr " 30c
No charge ad taken tor less tnan
No prepaid ad taken for 1 V^pMd
. St cents 1« cents
i O^secutKe Days X| «$. >» Ä
ÄÄtSÄ—
Är.S'r SS? ÄSuSSS. •« •*
vertmement.
41 i St LASMlKIC VErvMITTED.
TELEPHONED APS.
«sSSSiSrfi
w J , ,K'5Æ'Sfh.".as^SSS. <■-».->
above will ba collected. Ad »
Telephone Y our V> anX Aas.
PIG »N &-TVVO.T WOHUNPRBD
A»k for a VI ant Ad T aker
office
*d
ANNOUNCEMENTS
»
Personals
402» du Pont Bldg.
NOTICE—Typewriting
NOTICE -1 will not be reeponMble for any
..Hl» unless contracted b> ^iVd street,
Langford sanders OlQ Weat »
10
Lost and Found
»WTrâSSnUTâ^a-ÿffî^aî
loth and » »raugc Mn'Cts.
light. K. »»ui
lunger Apt..
I« VR PIN
etui««-.
l itH-rai reward.
CAMEO
turned to Mis,
avenue.
I N Y MEL PIN—
tun. lloral design.
k, ward ii returned to
,n
Lost gold, tl.lgn-e. diamond In
vicinity of Union Dardens.
Phone 8uM *»
in
Reward if rc
4tg» Delaware
BROOCH—Lost.
l l an num.
Lost. February 16. enamel
chip diamond setting
IS-',» Delaware Ave.
.LOVE -l ost, brown kid. left »>•"«»■ .•' r »P
' «list Return to Lou iso Beauty larlor.
o West Ninth street t none is»*-
„ h lain work*.
vOLl> \Va\TC H~-A>pon . ^J ruary lt>
Äoiram H*w .-J^Reward U returned to
Jones, salesman
at tua Buber
w
Harry
Basing Co.
of. going from
MarvUun avenue
if returned
LAV ALL1F1KF7— 1-ost part
1 ourui and .Market to
Conuell »trtsM. Howard
h s. » oum d street._
to
to »
■ L KSF. Found, owner
laentUyiu* it- -H 1 »»
i », ut» are avenue auu Adams
can have same by
Stre» Ig a.
streets.
automobiles
11
Automobiles For sale
19IS.
;, West
lor »alo cheap
1 welt t h street,.
lit if K Roadster,
.vppiy »«**'•
~ V» uliams.
u
Must be
Fader
HF V RvjLE F- 9". dosed top.
No reasonable oiler reiu»ed.
Motor t o., me . Jin Frencn street
i Tl Ai MERS — 191» A-l.
* t neap, v ab *
mechanical con
Tcrms.
i ire»
ni v su il , i —Roadster, first class me
« llF.V Rt- l.f-i rubtter; ai»o G»k
îana u-unng 'car. practlcmUY
»eu cacn cai reaseuuxoie R- A. -Steele.
< unriinivuic. 1» ■ Puone j».
Phono 6789 J
DODGE—Touring. 1»1F.
guar 4 p. uv __
KjUli—Touring car. utueap.
- vt vat Fiiku *u»ei._
Mr. Casper
Ford coupe, 1918,
oar lei*, good
1,02
"
yoRD 8SUAN —1930.
Bov «h. touring
IUDLMT.
rcripp*
oOiisUtwia,
-cott »ueet.
aoiwgy
»»Hi
oon
bPLEDSTER—A lfcnamca
cord tires, price reasonable.
H UDkON
J.LOU A 1.
TUUDv__
slPtK-sLX—Late moaei. first
B L Ds«L - « . Motor cd,., litt; and
c.2ss ccadis*on. ecu ,,
puone 04 00.
I 2 UUUI «tree«».
L»ooa
lOüb i-mdea ei
KÄaÖ.
or
COUUiUOU
GERLAND— louring . 1918, ln good run
J ' llh price » 226 . t août» 000 , ._
roaasusc.
Rcasonauig
pir\ 2 order.
' te '-î^lfed~lô^' 1 »"'ë > «Bl exchange mr
^au moc ji* Dodge or rora «eaan. «vppiy
J weuiy-sixtii »tTcklt._
ret en Uy
vv eat
.20
PAlGE- seven-paaaeager touring cap paint
ne», motor pCGOCl, «an uejn*«.
oarage. 00 . f rencn street. _
Llhdcn s
L?eD gar;
4 .,ve-passenger tour* 2 ,g
ru«, r-paa>eLgcr ioau»v
.- uy gel » ciki~ag^ ■
- f or — 2, 2 at rxxiucôu price»
cars am three and
term».
and j«n*sraou at».
Las;
,:,D FuEDb— Ah UP«», price, roasoh
Sf-Üe Gome look mem over or ca«, ■>«*«
Tor üernuustrawon. Faati motor Go., lue..
.19 French street
1919 Chahdiur tx>up«. 191» • -
1919 .»asfi witn
L .'ED Cabs
.shFiiEtr TtfciAt
tua»<r*io^. ^acifjlk -\A.oU>r co., f rencn
I'OoUtf OM*{. _ __
street
,-vND TRUCES—Many
ast xii.
sk, Pnuadei
S2i weal ot., wlimingtem.
.•mu
$iuu aowu #
i&%0
ruciae uct; I
u^àÂUCc terui«
Làauwmü
j iwniwra,
t«IUA.
i>Oi.
Rot on) tie» and Rlcjroàe»
Ri
and MOTORCYCLES—New
loi »aie. al makes. Mountz at
B1GYGLES
•no used,
■, r k . I. ugl . »3 '
inliVkRti CYCLE GO.—liarkey-Davio
Zmmovorcycie» Axnmecuate aenvxaae* on
... mooei». IIbo Grange street. Alter
^ipvj. ^ XW2i* witi Lk: iUCÄtCCl ftt tyknj
gwmtcA str usL—--
SEW AND aECoND-RAND motorcycle» of
* innerem xua».«» at reasonable iiriCe». W n
uuiig ton yta LU..190-, hi a ike t street.
street .
-r
14
Auto Acce**orie*
uEN ULN E FORD PAR I
Garage Dukuen soncuec. i nert is no argu
ment over tn »count lo regurar garagoe at
2iP French street- rauer arovor co.. lue..
Enone *o9 f ■
AnU accessories.
kppaIKLNG—S ee a epocmiist for that Reo
. Rowianu w . nisseii. 71, W
>aciory service.
car or «rues
out street.
Foi sait. 32x4 n. straight side ure*.
r«ft. e
TIKE
reasonable
oal'J vv or
simpler * oarage.
14 *,., or i2U3 Gi auge
Service bUxUons Repaizlng
14
ALTDMOBlLEb WASHED— Polished and
greased wnlie you woB-^guick ^arviue Gat
age. 33 lE.JM.uaG rMiitnt.j. -
AUTO PAINTING.— Why should you
usvti m a snauby ear. i point and up
noister mem like new lor a small amount
f D one 32 Q 2 J■ _
AUTOMOBILE OWNEKb—A»k ua about
" tvunuer grinuing auu vtny »s ut« In this
* O. Motor faits Co., lua-iBj
E a.
une
.«larket str eet.
BL.\CEfMlTHlNO- Bent lenders, broken
cna-sis repaired. Truck bornes built. Auto
Renarr fhop. B**5 fycamore s tn-et.
1,1 rgNT bTREE'l GARAGE—Authorized
Ford Her vice ftation, storage, heated
yk.r-.me. Gaeollne 2ic a gallon. Pnone 4936.
FORD OWNERS—ferape caxbon and re
' ... your valve» for *o Delaware btau»
. .a og< 9th a Uni on fts. Pnone Mow.
GARAGE
HOT EL BTOECELE
1 mcii street. Lot me put your Dodgt in
A-i condition. 3 n oma* fcott. Pno ne 673« W
i- EEN f GARAGE—Thirty-fifth auO Mar
win pul your car in snape for winter «
on Fords.
104-GO
ket
Experts
outing.
MAXWELL a JACKbON—Motor car re
igmtlon our specialty. 223
Phone 1340.
pairing, ■
' onneii »treet.
REPAIRING AND STORAGE— AU make*
a * repaired rale* reasonable, work guar
»',teoU J. H Ehlers, Ninth Ward Garage.
Pnone 767 W.
RF.PA1R1NG—Aii kind* of car», bpocioh»»*
nakua. East Eleventh ftreet
on loreigc
>,*«0»*. im !*J2 Ji. Lie ven u stirei
7 031 MARTIN gARagE— 401 Harrison
street, phone 022. General repairs, (paw,,
tin« and oils._-_
WEfl dlDE GARAGE—606 N. Van Bure«
to turn crank throw«
street. 1. quipped
Pb"D< 1963 W.
WALNUT STREET GARAGE—Storage,
Mpairing and accessories. Motor rebuild
ing a specialty Harry G-. Stecher. Phone
J308 J.
II
AUTOMOBILES
~~ " 1 1 ■ ~ — 1 ;-- - • • V"
Service Stations Be,miring
15
WELDING L. Lawrence Co.'s scored cyl
M iu 11 si * n C s't r cc \

W. H. BUHL. 304 WASHINGTON ST.
Expert repairing of all make cars. 1 alnt
tng. washing and greasing. All makes or
used cars for sale
Inder process usctl. Bring y
parts to me. Dlllnian. 308
BUSINESS SERVICE
18
Business Services Offered
BUCHER Signs of every description at
713 Shipley street. Phono 11(36 -W.
and show
BAKT1NG SION GO., «gut
carda Phone ^019 W.
JOHN B. ENGLISH—311 Rclnoy street.
Phone 1959 J. Jobbing, carpenter. No job
too small. Estimates furalshed.
PIANO TUNING—Reduced »1; player work
a specialty, estimates free; work guaran
teed. Open evenings. H. J. Amon. 319 AN.
Sixth street. ___!
II AM POO I NO—Manicuring, hairdressing
Lou se Beauty Parlors. 33 l> W*st Ninth St.
Phone I4si. _L. t*. Wa tterson. __
TY PE W K I TE R S- -J. A. S rat th Typewriter
Exchange. All makes sold, rented and re
paired Distributors of the Hillard lm
proved Underwood typewriter. 2 YN.
Seventh street, second floor. Phones S073
or 2766.
TYPEWRITING— 402» du Pont Building.
UPHOLSTERING—Of ««very description.
niade to order. Rouphoistcrlng a *[K>cialty
Co., S10 Walnut
Reliable
U pholstcnng
Phone 764» »»
street.
14
Building, t uulracUng
_
A. SPAIN—7 16 Madison, will repair that
root at short notice. Sheet metal work
Puone 4602 v\ .
BE1CKLAY INO—Jobbing
chimneys and lire places repaired,
men ling.
specialty,
Ce
..
Phone 46«>S »»
CABIN KT.MAKKK Furniture and llxture
repairing. Sallied workiuauablp. F7_arl E.
Pelletier. 814 King street. Phone 2tl<3
CAUPKM'EKs ( abinetwork a »ixsialty.
.v »V itkowsai. iol5 Market street.
Building and contracting
liay moud F. Budo
Puone 4.irt2 J.
CARPENTER
jotiiuug u specialty.
lf»16 scutt St.
| _- vau -
EU : (TKU . V1 , WIRING—And repairing.
Also a complete line of fixtures Open even
i ^ Uesmoud. Fourth auiU
lon Phone* stör« 16I& J. _
ELECTRICAL—Call Moore Bros.. 1102
Ta mail street, for electrical n'pairs and
_
HOOFING W. E. Williams Co , S31 Or
Roofing, heating and repair
lug Jobbin« a specialty.
j
house wiring
REPAIR YuL'K HOt'K with fibre coating
steps all leaks.
W iliiaidb A Bro.. Ihirvi and lat
i'uone 304.
and elastic roof cement,
s. G.
nail streit»
ange street.
Phone 46 '>t> W
ROOFING Pijveleas beating. »iHiutiug, ry
liaole work, mourra le charges. t . C.
» lancy, 2« A Auains Sts tall 5171 W
save tho
viosncli.
SAVE THE ROOF And you
house, 24 year» roof repairing,
auh »v . Eignusnith street, »'none l;ts. .

69
Regung and ITumbiug
t'HAS. bTEW AR l i BRO.—I'iumbers. are
no» locaeu at old AOauis str«* t. Jobbing
given personal »tktpiiOD. _Pho ne 366 .
PLUMBING SPECIAL
vacuum cleaners, tieatin»
electric kuppltes
| R1GU-GRADE
1 LES— Electric
appliance» and
iviauer. dtwi >iaui»oii Mnvt
« • J
Pp L M BIN g- ah Kind» of repairing
11U ,. of supplies uuaraiu.va wors
j 1,11 Uu ' ca! "*' r Av *'
Full
PLUMBING—Give u» a call on that plumb
ing or nesting job. Price» are right Twenty
t.. Williams A Ftro,,
E.1
years experience, s
Phone ai>4.
T
blEAM AND «As FITTER—Frank Ryans
renatde plumber. F'rompt work, reason
able. ciuiigas. 2 a* Tainan »t. Pnou'* loo *»
--— -
VVM R GRIFFITH—Koohng. siKiuOng.
heating work. We are equipped to do
wort out of town. 2602 v an Buren
Puone 317* J.
63
Roving, 1 rucking. Murage
C U THORNTON—Anything, anywhere,
anytime, our true*» win haul it. 1332
v. .-»i tilth »treet Phone 7bx. W,
CALL 2848 W —
RANNAGAN S TRANSFER
I Eli KNIT UKL MOVING— And «orage, ser
vice local and long distance. Mundy s.
raunt 72»o.
601 Niauisoil street
: HAULING
'1 rucks one lo rive ton*.
(Joncord avenue.
'ontrading in or out of city.
L, w . oyfnt, 7o9
Cad 4677 J.
Edward VV. Garter, ioca, or
long distance. Bgni or heavy m»i ,ng and
12 .I Lancaster avenue.
RAULlNt
{
Phone
uauung.
iboh .vl or 6567 w
HA LLLNG—McCormick Bro*. Eie ver. sc
m. e Lmon- Hoavy hauling, moving of ail
kinds, anywhere. Patino 0062 w
McBRkDE b TRANSFER—Ship youx goods
h> motor. Persona, attention to all work.
Gad Audi J. 2o4 west Tweaty- mntn streo v.
-
McCartney b TRANSFÄR —Moving and
natding. Phone 83U3.
MUVLNG AaND HAULING—Of lui iciùds.
lAsceu or iOia^v uiitiU auou sUmf« lor
M. C. .>ifcCü»oû, olxi jfrencû »trec 1 ^
MOVING—Local aud long distance. Furnl
turt carefuuy handled, o. o warringion.
1130 Fine svreeL Phone 1423 Vv._
MOVING AND HAULING—Of all kind*.
w U, go anywhere, any time. a. Lts»ger. 91 i
Phone 44<j7 J.
moving—J ames Ft Rutter, moving and
„audng. Long instance moving a spociaity.
iATlie ViSlab. À'UV IMT
robin e>ON
moving anu uauung.
pnoue »3u J. m
V ttuoevur ^veiiue
A DILLON—Lung distance
oui Vv . sixth street.
A. »ELDEL- Papernanging. Best workman
snip, wan paper tor **»* c - »^o E. kourtn
^stre et. p none »Wujjs.-covered
L. EMMET a—Paper hanger, wail paper,
gd, Moui»on street^ Phone 44hu Vv.
lean, light slur age rooms for
Gawtnrop» atorage ware
STORAGE
lurmiure at
house, me., 706 Grange street, t-uoao 7a.
Papering—PaihtJkg
«4
If ADO RE FloBMAN—Paperhanglng. Low
est prices, hnest work guarauteec elf w ,
foconu street. Rhone 0419 r.
PAINTING—Interior and exterloi ptdnUug
uono. 1 urnfcr oc ten ter rvehaOie wont
Ebunes oooo. 32/9, 9uo Mcmn* street
P.APERHANGER Docoretor, John Reybold.
2301 Bint street. Euout, f443 W
PAPERHANGLNGb— And wall decoration.
ot quant y F,ne work a »pomaity. Ro»m «
Bro., 4 2 1 s o iptey street. Pnont- 3943
AND
DgCORAUNG Ail
PAPERING
work guaranteed estimates furnished on
requeet. Joseph Rankin, out, Xaiuali street.
Pnone «3o2 w
b. LEVENERON A bON—623 W. 7th.
Outside and inside painters and paper
hangers at reasonable price I'noue 3a, 3.
WALL PaPER—N ow » the time to have
work uoue at moderate prices. Estimate*
cneeriuliy lurnished.
lawuaii street.
WALL PAJ'ER—And paperhan g ing. Low
est price and guaranteed work R bhames,
lt»3 N. jacitsou street. Pn«me 4321 J.
f. J. Hoiietl. 415
Pnonu b36V.
W aLL P/U'EK—Ol quality. Window shades.
William R. Goodley, »11
Can Ill» w.
Shipley street.
Fruiting —auuiontry
1*6
READY FOR YOUR REPORT»—Book
let*, law briefs, &c. Cno». R. Gray. Printer,
Puone r>09b.
kl E. Eighth street.
Repair! :g
FURNITURE—Mailing old furniture look
equal to now. Repairing, upholstering aud
caning. Phone 619b W . 91U French street.
Wanted—BuBiuess Service
Sf
61
TYPE WRITING—4029 da Pout Building.
WANTED—1000 carpels to ch;an. House
hold goods stored. George F Laug Co.,
1305 Orange street. Phone 1387.
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wauled—Female
COOK—Experienced, white, with references.
Apply K. D Moore. 1014 Broome stroet.
32
EMPLOYMENT
88
Help Wanted—Female
HOUSEWORK Woman or half - grown
girl to help with housework In small fam
ily Phone 4144 J.____
U"l SKKKKI'KK And mother s heli'cr
Apply om Shipley street, second floor.
HOUMKWi.HK Girl wanted for gwncral
I homework. fpfpwnee r^qulrtd. K. K. ▼.
■ Casey, 1 loi Hortnoy street. _____
j
MEAT CUTTER Young man. no» afraid
to work Gr<s'nwald's Market, 7th A King.
'
!
r.
I MOTHERS' HELPER—Experienced mid
dle aged woman -—German or English, to
Good home. Address .
take care of child
K 4. Every Evening Office
Apply
l' R E SS FE K DE H—Kxpertenee.1.
Charles L. Story Co.. 8 11 S hipley 9L
j
I
j
i
I
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS
We have opening for several experi
enced operators to work on athletic
union suits Very good piecework
prices. Steady werk all year round
Pleasant surrounding* Topkls Bros
Co., 317 French street.

WHITE GIRL T >
old child,
j references.
store. 303 Market street.
take care of two-y«>ar
ex perlenied and must have
Apply manager, care Outlet
33
Help Wanted— Male

1 LINOTYPE
WHO
OPE RATO R—ON B
I CAN PRODUCE. OPEN SHOP. H HOUR
i DAY. GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS.
ONLY MAN WHO CAN
PRODUCE
i WANTED. APPLY IN PERSON TO
EVERY' EVENING OFFICE
Must know ho»»
F 16, Every Evening
MAN
to milk.
( >171 cc.
Po work ou farm.
Address
real
\\ e fur
SAIJSSMKN— Live proposition and
money-maker for the rig tit men.
nlsh bads ami allow liberal corotnlsslon
Apply » o clock 1113 YYmt Seventh street
j
..... .......
I 'Vrin4 of FomVgn W a" Cl.arter now open
For further Information apply «»«xirgo
Hailey, No 34 East Twenty-mini «•
to Join the Vet
et.
M
Help—Mule or Fenuüe
lnts'111
Want«><l—A congenial
gent able bodied Protestant couple uu>
children). Man «•xi>crtcn<'*'<l in general
J mock snout bouse in country, caring for
chickens, home garden, cte W Ife to do
j plain cooking and In g»n«'ral house
household of three < onfort
boarrt in home with
situate upon
minutes walk
ales In first letter
j Address F 17. Every t veiling Office
,
COUPLE
worn, in
able quarters wnn
mvenlcn«'« »
lifti'en
State w
all modern
stone road,
live town
I mm
And wife on farm,
man to help on
1, Box o.l. Lownsend.
MIDDLE-AGED man
I woman as housekeeper,
farm. H F. J>. N
Delaware.
:
66
.Situations .»anted—Female
PLAIN SEWING done at homo,
j »31 West Twenty-sixth stroet
Situations Wanted—Male
!
!
Apply
87
; ACCOUNTANT With ex«s utive ability, is
open to an offer from a progressive, grow
: Éng orgamzatton. Fully quahiied in ac
counttag and oiUrt 1 management. In years
suxveasiui buMnesa expenenc«-. Address 1
iw. Every F.veiling Uu.r«
I
ALTO MKGlAMi
i.ight years «vxpert
understand» r«s.'i,arglng and rebuod
Aiidre»» F 14.
ence.
tng of »(»rage
Every Evening ouicx*
« , y n F- H A L BOILF.R REPAIRING—Don«
by hour or job. 1 J. snellen. F.dge Moor,
I J/,,,
oat lories
Vol NG MAN Wants any kind of work,
can drive < ar or light duck,
work
, "
_
also office
Address F 13. Every Evening '»Rice.
FINANCIAL
i
8k
Kusiness Opportunities
CIGAR AND CON FLt'TlONEHY BUS1
NE-sS—Centrally locatea. now doing »30
business a day. can 1 s- mcrtvi»ed t y proper
attention lo twice this amount. Reason lor
sale owner leaving city x »sa pnc. . *1.600.
i ms oL'portuuit} requires quick action ;
FlUder a Uipu.». Inc. *17 it . suth st, !
-—-- i
i LEAVING TOWN—WU1 scU wril-egtabliaö
«xi. profitai. it* storage oattcry and automo- :
t>dt electrical appliance business. Andress
E 23. Every F,veniug '.'thee.
Real bargain for quick sale
« POOL ROOM
Address F 7. F. very Evening ''ffic«
Î
I
INSTRUCTION
Local lustractiou Classe*
IS
recogrured a* one of
busiuc»» school» Day
BEACON! a 1 »
America » l<e»t
school and .»ig-tit acnooi Private instruc
tion can be arranged Beacc m Busin«»*
lento and King »treets. w n- j
I
Goilcgee.
uungton
Is
Private luktructloc
mf,Eb PRIVATE BUSINESS CGtLEGF..
402 West i'wenty-second strtiet. Phone j
6237 V, F,siabU»bca 191U. i'nvate lea
son* in Shorthand. T>p«rwn|uig. Book
keeping. Arithmetic. 1'enu.aukinp, ope,.mg.
EugU»u. Calculating and Adding Machine*.
Day and evening
— - ♦ — - - - -— 2 =
j
LIVE STOCK
Rogs, Cats, Pets
47
_
poMEKANlAN —Male puppy, three month*
oi(1 pedigreed, tail at 1325 W bin at.
PONY—Fine Shetland. 5-year-oid pony for
saddle or carl tor sai« at *1U0. lelcpnone
6712. Wiluiinglou
MERCHANDISE
Article* For hale
U
-
CANVAS— lira v y weight, used canvas an
ocouomical covering lor different purposes.
suen a» floor roof and boat dec* coverings.
covering lor trucks, p£puuce. cement, etc !
Cali and exaniiue. Atlantic Manufacturing
i _Co . 104 Walnut street.__
CLUTCH EM—Automobile friction clutches
with leather reasonaOlc pria*».
i Lau Oeil* and radiator hose. Atlantic
Manufacturing Co., 104 Walnut street.
furnace*,
j F U RNACES—Small, plpelt-ss
»lightly ehopwom. at 2;> per rent reduc
| tiou. Phone 364. 'Lhlrd and 'latnali stre ets.
j HEATEKM—We *eU tho famous Empire
Rlptles* Heaters. S. O. Vvlliiauis, Third
and Tatnali street* Phone 364,
1AGL1D W AA OIL PolJaU—Du»i».cltoui«
and poilshe* woodwork, floor*, furniture,
llnoleumt. automobile*. A lull quart for
Basement, bmllb Zolimgcr 4th and
69c.
Market Mts
HANGARS And
PULLEYS.
STEEL
shafting, various »ixe*, for sale at give
away prices Apply Every Evening Office.
HO LARI NE— bpecial lend ay »ale of Hoiar
inc the best polish for silver and all other
metal« 15c size 9c. 26c size 17c. 50c size
34 <- X B. Cortmell Paint A (»la»» Co,,
Hlxtli and Madison street*
They sell Jock Horner margarine at num
ber 4-2-1,
Tho »mailest store on King street, you
might miss it if you run.
W'e've been told that it beats batter and
with that you'll sure agree
A igiuud cost* forty-four pennies, how
pleased with H you'll be.
Business Equipment

ATTENTION —
PRINT SHOP OWNERS OR
THOSE DEf IKING TO ENTER
THE PRINTING B USINES». EVERY
EVENING HAS FOR SALE STEEL
FRAMES AND TYPE CASES.
GOOD CONDITION AND A
REAL BARGAIN TO QUICK
BUYER. APPLY EVERY EVEN
ING OFFICE.
HANGARS And
PULI'EVM.
STEEL
.shafting, various sizes, for sale at give
away prices. Apply Every Evening Office,
M
may iw sent to Henry !.. Tatnali. WIT
. . .
Home-Made Thin« M
- 11 - -
BRITTLKM ANI> TAFFIES—Of »1! kinds.
home-made. 36c a pound. O. L. Park«,
.a«™ 1 * -
MERCHANDISE
M
Farm and Dairy Producta
EOG 8 KOK HATCHING Get yours from
thoroughbred
layers.
Netting of Id
stock, guaranteed winter
H. C. W l-flghorns, »1.60 per
Phon« 14*13 J.
T
Fuel and Feed
sh '"•••>' »tr.su,
,VJ
Household Gooda
Phono
BABY' COACH Used one year.
2S.M W or call Li3<i Ixiverlng avenue.
DAVENPORT Soanlsli leather and Per
feet Ion heater 2lk West Fourteenth street.
Machinery and Tools
SIT RUTH BROS.—Scrap Iron and ra-tal«
1 beams. Front and Tatuall streets.
61
-

Wanted to Day
CARPETS We buy carpets, mg*, furnl
turc and household goods of all deserlp
tlon, highest prices paid in city.
Prougal. 333 K. Mwoml strts-t.
■TAUS VV
H.
Phone
e .lore« and
CASH REGISTER Com
merchandise of all kinds
1 Irtth Ml , New York
FURNITURE Illgtiest prices paid for sec.
ond-haud furniture Call 6373 J. Matthew
M Spire. 3O0»v West Second street.
JUNK Is>t me buy your
good*. Highest prices in 1
Sloan, 11» West street.
Uhl) GOLD Have you any old
ver 7 I will buy It Millard F
East Second street.
rt
urtr. «*) East
second hand
lelaware.
Phone 7H41 7R40
gold or sll
I la» I*. 9-11
pay
Cii.,
OLD tIOLD AND SILVER- We will
you the highest price H. Kielt* A llm.
Sixth and Market street#
WE BUY Paper, Hags, clothing, furniture,
carpet*, stoves, any tiling high prices. N.
siovln, <k>7 W Front st. Phone 1943 Vi
IVK Hl Y STAMP «»llectlons. old coins
"*c™ns
Omp'l envelope» « onfnli rate
Premutius Mid for U. S gold
YVashlngton uetlnlug t'n , 23.'1 Pennsyl
vania A»e. N W , Washington. D ('
ROOMS AND BOARD
67
Rooms YVItli Hoard
ADAMS st,, ho» A very desirable ro«im on
•«»lid floor Call 44 71 ,!
ROOM AND BOARD
fimsl young nie« fron' room
Rooms Without Hoard
V »«'ry deslrabla room on
fall 4471 .1
For on« or two re
Phone M4.<l
v . « »
Nicely furnished

ADAMS ST 1*»T
i»s ond fitMir
< hoerful room.
N«>. 1.
EIGHTH A WEST STS
adjoining bath, for giuill* man
Lyie Apts
FOURTEENTH ST , F: . NO 13 Second
»tory n«'tn. furnished; b'^at and cl*wtrle
Phon« 3A82 W
ROOMS Furnished, for lodging all con
MSI VS a-hlngton St , next to
Phone 44.17 W
ROOM Me. ly furnished for genUeam-n.
ail eonvrnlcnccs Phon*' 2s83 J
venlenG-s
the corner itomw
W E.vr ST . 1 2 id siHAind-story, front rtioni
for gent hinan private borne Phone 33U.IM
VV SEVENTH ST., 404
rooms phone 4*146-VV.
W. 8TU ST . 1316 Attractively furnirtied
and well heated front rooms, for genUe
Phone, convenlenee». delightful lo
men
cation
4P> V ery desirable furnished
Phone 6» 13 J.
21ST ST . VV
room for rent
CLAYTON sT . |.'»gi rhre«> rooms, prt
vatc hath. Figcg porch and use of p hope.
Two furnished rooms for
«9
Rooms For Housekeeping
E »TH >T 42tt
•!*»•» houseke^lng. __
ELEVENTH MT VV NO. 1-—Furnished
rooms lor rent. Phone 2 b S7 J.
- — - - - -
FIFTH AYE., NO. lo Two or three un
furnished rooms for light housekeeping,
with heat Phone 197>*.
HAKR1MON ST.. 231 Two room* for rent,
all convenience*: h-at. etc.#ln small prl
^vate fanuiy Pn one .sli>o._
r. M'l,, ,15— Two unfurnished
in-onii floor, gas,-heat, use of bath.
MuN'ROK
rooms.
Refined c«iuple. yi*> children
ROOMS Two. communicating, front, for
housekeeping
SPRUCE M'., 18'2 Three unfurnished
room» for light housek'-eping .
VV 81XTU »T.. 1306 1 wo or 3 room*, fur
uishw'l or uufuruisbed, for light house
keeping
Phone tsr.6 J
34TH MT., F. . NO. 16- Two or thr»ye fur
ru»bed room» tor light housekeeping.
66 VV
Fffiom 1
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
ADAMS |T 1015, Ajit , 2 front rooms on
third flsor furnlshe«! for »lee(ilng room»
or i,a<-heior apartment. Phono 2537 VV.

APARTMENT Modern foiy rooms and
ba'h. iKireh. Fine location. D 18, Every
Evening.
APARTMENT—Five rooms and bath Hot
«tier heat.
APART ME NTT
conveniences
1225 Market
Aparliuents and Fiat*
Ï4
Apply 5(1.» Concord avenue
F our room» ami bath, all
I'oweiwin at once Apply
APARTMENT—fix rooms, bath.
Apply 2til
Good
Washington ft
location
after 6 o'clock
For rent, 4 rooms and bath
APARTMENT
Apply Maulon 6t Co.. 916 Orange street.
Phone «*»5.
APARTMENTS- At Twenty ninth and
Market streets Ail conveniences schwurt*
Investment Co., 713 Ford Building
:-————~ ~~ ~ ~~
EIGHTH f I . YY .. loo.i Furmahed apart
ment for two. all convenience* _
NT.WT'ORI'. DEL—Two fine apartment*
rooms. Oath, heat and running water, all
Improvements, one 4 room house at Aan
ley. One fare to city A K Taylor.
Richardson i'ark Phone 6930
ROCKFORD I'ARK -Section Apt.. 4
room* and Oath I'oasesslon March 26.
Apply 2319 West Mlxtceiilb street
VV NINTH MT.. 1201— Apartment. 4
rooms. Oath, strictly private. Desirable
location
Phone 3923 vv
llusliii»» Places For Rent
OARAGES Private, Individual, for rent at
Third and Clayton Apply T. G. Krapf, 431
Orang« or 3k Mouth Clayton
KING sT , 1116—Centrally located. First
floor front, suitable for barber »hop, den
tist, doctor, »lock broker or real estate
fleam beat, electric light Inquire Cha»
Hayward Co., Ninth and Orange Mts
PYTHIAN CABTUC—For rent. All con
veniences, including cirair*. for dances, en
tertainments bazaar.», eburoh affairs Day
or evening. Jesse II Horner. 431 King
Farms for Item
FARM—140 acre* near Red Lion, Del., by
Geo vV Bright. Wilmington
«
Houses For Item
76

77
To middle-aged couple; owner re
For Inionnatiiiu ad
HOUSE
served oru
il res* K is, Every Evening ( mice.
room
KIRKWOOD »TREET, »13 House,
rooms, bath.
8
ROCKFORD PARK For rent, furnisliod
house in Rockford Pai k .soctlon Possession
about May 1 Terms and arrangements on
application to Real Estate Do
Equitable Trust Co., Ninth
personal
part inen I
and .Market streets
I8TH A HEALD MTS
new houses.
Ninth and Orange stm ts
For rent, aevera
Apply Emmett S Uickmanl
Waiitqd—To Kent
»1
APARTMENT Three or 4-room »pan
west of Market street for young
uien t
couple; price must be reasonable. Address
D Hi. Every Evening tuilc««
COTTAGE Wanted to reut cottage at
Reboboth Del., or house in Dover or
Wilmington- Address F 3. Every Evening
Office
\\ anted, to rent on shares
STOCK FARM
or salary, with plenty of lull», best of ret
Address D 19, Every Evening
erences,
Office
_ i
Washington, Krb. IS.- The United
States of America is one of th«- hardest
E'r'îôrHl^.eM.on'nrtlm .IniÄ* o/a
commit, too of the House which ha« been
investigating the question. !
A fourth of the men of Fighting age in
the United Hutes are illiterates many
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
llrœkson. 104 W Hrvc.lh Mt.
Uneducated America
By Frederic J. Ifaskln.
W1
Farms nnd Land for .Hale
FARM For sale or ren*. or, acres, near
Ba'li in
I mm cl late
house, small amount down
possession
-
HI
HOUSE - For sale, price reasonable and
»u™ N, K. , ';;rrÄ. , '''.W-TVV.
Can be seen 7 to t* evenings, owner, *K)'>
N. Jackson stroet
Houses for Sale
kf,
Lots For Sale
j HEIGHTS
«»#t. 5«) per rent cash r>-<julred.
Iff, Every Evening offne
Two choice lot* at
Address
! A Ut'TION SAI.F.S of every description
Anywhere If you want to S' il »*e ifarnil
ton. the Sriuarc Deal Auctioneer ami Farm
Agent, ror, Mai' son st. Phone 7 iiM w,
l
HOLLOW A Y TERRAGE Ttirae lots, for
I M|f) ch Apply 13 East 34tb sln*-t
)
AUCTIONS—LEGALS
80
A nrflon Sale*
i
I
. Pt HLIC SALK Furnitur«', «ari^ts, rugs,
i bedillng. etc , will tie sold at Stidham A .-on
I Auction Store. Ill East Fourth street, Krl
day. February is, 1»3I, at, I o 'lock p m.
stiarp. Bedro'im. diningroom, library, par
lor furniture, budding, several tin*) rug-«,
j matting, library suite, davenport, brass
! un«l enameled beds and everything for the
Imuse V\ III ta» *<jl«l for «ash «tarry .)
Stidham, auctioneer.
j
PI HLIC SALE February 36. 1W21. a>
at Carp«-nter station on Naaman •
seven mile, north of Wll
Two g"n«irai purp««»e horse*.
ne frckti 1 bull. 2 »boats, lot of
4 g«s-se. farm wagon family!
plows, harrows, cultivators,
r farm machinery.
rook ana
... »»lings t.K,
I rrm* cash
1 p. in
t'ris'k r«>a«l.
intngion
2 cows. <
chickens,
carriage.
an«1 a g«nt*oal
line <i
liaruas# of all kinds.
Ileal lug
numerous t<
N K urek .
stove, many other
mention
Hamilton Auctioneer.
,
41
I, egal Notices
For inst«aliati'in of wiring
Seal«'«! r>rii;,',«Vl » will t ,e
PRGPt is ALS
ami fixture«
r«*re|v(s1 tiy the Hoard of Punll«' Kdu< atlon,
in Wilmington, Dei . for electric light wir
lug and ll*lur«'s for No 17 school a* je*r
specifications on file wi'ii Manne »V.
'I tioioas, iilgti sctewil building Proposals
must t,e deposited wltli the secretary of
the board before « o « lock p m . Monday
F'etirigiry 2s, P431. and must be marked
ProjHisals for l.l«ctric Light Wiring and
Th* right t«> reject any or all
M Howard J.'sUr.
1 F,-TATE of Mary Eleanor McKay, dsneaaed.
Notice 1 » hereby glv«>n that letr*»rs testa
nicntary upon th» in'»»« .7 Mary Klaan»,r
McKay, late of W timing ton hun«lr»d. de
cased, we,, duly g.anted unto Reoegah
Hrsfl Mf Kay anti MargaiKUlot McKay
on ih* *i*coy«l a*y nf P#*r>ruAry. A D 1921
, D< j indebted to the .said 1«.
•d are roiuntel to make payment
to th« executrices without delay and all
tirrvib.« having demands agaitmt the da
ceased Hf- requir'd to rtmt.it and creœnt
the same duly probated to the said
executrices on or before me socond day of
1923. <>r abide by the
Rciiekah Head McKay.
I
,
Fixtures.
piiitHisal« is reserved
«il •!ar>
j
Fi-bruary. A 1>
law in tuls .'««r.aif.
Margaret EUl't McKay executncea.
dress t 'aleb K Hurchexvai, a'toruey at-taw
Ford Bldg Wliming ton. Del
; jt-.tvtF C*f Bridget Haswitt -canJon, dg
Vegiwd. Notice is hereby given that let
u '< s of admuiistra'ion uprui Lb« «taie • f
Bridget llaswtt s< anion, laut ■ f A linilng
tun deceas*»!. were duly granted unto
Mary A. Ryan on tho third day of F'ettru
A D. and aii per». a» indebted
ary.
to the said deceas'd ar>s r«.iu*-«te.i t-■ m-ite
payment to tn<' administratrix without le
lay aiid ail t«er*«':. shaving d.-maads against
the deceased are nquirEl 10 exhibit and
present the sam.- duly probated to the said
administratrix <>n or btfor* tue 'inru -lay
of February. A. U. 1922. or abide by
la«* in this behalf. Mary A Kjkj.
administratrix Addrr.-« Cateh K.
Burcnenal. attorney-av-law. Ford BtnMlng.
W limlmtuiu. Delaw are- _
ESTATE of Harry J I>aie, isc*»»«»!
Noticx* here, y given that letters testa
mentary upon tn« «state of Harry J L*a,a.
Vv liming ten iiundrtdl, J.veastsi.
duly granted unto Lama bed Dme
the Lrst day ol February. A. D. 1931,
indebted to the sa. a
late ut
w ere
. 1 ,
and all person»
u«s«a»t»l are ,x.-quc»ted to make payment
th*- executrix wltnout delay, and ad
persons having demands against^ th« de
ceased arc required t" exhibit ahd p
th« same duly pro: au-a to the said oxecoi
trlx 1 ,n or l-etoi-e th« fitst day of Fobruaiy
\ 1» 1023 . 01 abide by the ,aw in this
behalf
dns» l»16 Vau Buren sweet. Vv undag ton,
Dei
to
rusmi
Laura Fu-U Dale, executrix
Ad
ESTATE of Julia C sherry, deceased. No
tice 1 » hereby given that letters tes tarnen
taiy upon me '»tat» of Julia t shorry.
laic of Wilmington deceased were duly
granted unto Jost'ph t. McC'ulUn, on tho
.leventh day of February A D 1931, and
ail persons indebted to the »aid deceased
make i>ay meat to tho
are requested to
executor without delay, and all person»
having demand» against the deceased are
required to exhibit and prv«eut tho same
duly probated t<> tho said executor on or
betöre tin- eleventh day of February A 1».
1922 , or abide by the law la this behalf.
Joseph L McUullin, executor Address.
tt2o Madison street. Wilmington. Delaware.
=.
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
Business Service
CYPRESS
CHESTNUT
POPLAR
OAK
BIRGU
MAPLE
Hoof era, Sheathing. Flooring, Cy
press Shingle«
Mouldings and W all Board.
WHITE TINE
N. C. PINK
YELLOW PINE
*
Automatic -404
RU
SPRUCE
HEMLOCK
G. SIMMONS & BROS. CO
S.
. Front aud Tatnali Suvx-ta
1 >. à A. 261
Real Estate
FOR SALE
718 S. BROOME STREET
Uric« « Vary Reasonable.
First floor, parlor, dtntngroou.. Kitchen.
cold pantry front and bark porch.
Mecontl fluor, tbreo, botlruuiu». modern
Lain back porch
Third dour, one room.
Curtains, linoleum, awnings, cual aud w.grd
included in tho purchase price Immediate
puas* salon Apply to
MAN ION & CO.
915 Grange Street.
Beil Phono 6895
Upon every evening until 9.30 o'clock.
Insurance.
Real Estate
»2 00(100
will buy a semi-detached brick ho use on
west side. 7 room*, bath, porch, heater, iron
fence, front and buck stairs. Nothing like
il in town for the money. Owner leaving
city; wants a quick sale
C. J. O'KEEFE
No. 5 West Seventh St
Phono 1981.
ssssssWANTEOsssss
TOWN AND COUNTRY
HEAL ESTATE
TO SELL AND RENT
HENRY HOOPES
Second Floor.
919 Market
chiWmn n*ver Ret, vl*quk(« •choolinc
most, of th«* teach«™ arc n\oomp*f,"nt.
There Are million« of irniriiKrant« m the
country who can neither «peak nor read
Rngltsfi au«l runny N* gro chJJdrwr» never
gee the irisi'lo of a schoolroom. Thousand*
of schnobt ol«««d because no teaclyfir*
<>«, h» .fbtaine«! for the miserable k-mw.
Thm disturb..* Picture of
m Am nca m «.untamed in r f*o
the House Committee on Education on
the Towner Hill and abundant proof
»ermtamed in the hearing which were
held in connection With t.h' hill
This report is surely one of the most
„tattling indictmeote of our civilisation
which has ever issued from Cspild Hill
The Hejiresentatives and Senators
always investigating something an«l re
porting about it, but usually their find
mgs are not, ti>o critical or js-ssirnistic
, jkft a „ k , kkJ Arrmn , an s, theybüV gen.
that.
ar»'
rally proceeded rm the a^Humplion
whatever little ahorteominipi it might
bave this qation i* awvertheU^a titc fines'
«*> -»i-eM-nM . .. «* «»
earth
Hut tiinoe the w»r a new spirit æaraa to
be abroad in the country Frequently you
encounter Americana who acern fco thitik
that, the America horn has been blown long
mg
o nol |^b J bev *M*ern to think ♦V'lht b
is n<> Finger in or«Jer. They are inclined
rather t," make a critical estimate of tb'
^ry. ti> takijsrToiint of it
t<> find those faulte gnevoiia \ number ■.
iKK'kn have been written «m«-" tb«
the traditional
rnerienn toward hw 'Oim
try Instead of calling it the gr< a* s* on
, arf v t th<-v '.Tlf« TB [gent ,i|t 'h&* .* ,s
, , , i, , i»a* a
iaegmg behind »II r *tt.cr ri.iluation*
«>f the activities which maire
in literature, in art, in «du
rcs[<ect for individual njjht.s.
in th«- i ntelligcnt enjoyment of lit«
faults an«l
«sen
war
which practica!!
attit'ulc of the
re ve rv
l
in many
civilization
cation, i n
jail Kwn or nvn.tZATios
>.V,w thi« critic.*! «pir/ «»errs *o f*ve
C'it'cn into t).p f'on(rr<a*rr.r,r., or at
the Committee on
"These statistics put. u* in the ninth
the nations.' it
.
:,b
h «iucation
, , ..mo, «7
place among .
r* garo to our s«a in i. , , ' ,,
rnost «if the rivnlizc«! worM ahead of •!«
\>, r do th«> <'«•« greesmeo bhr k the «•({
* . , . _»,,l tkavunsartn
rificafice of »he fac*« which r tvy uneertn
'rhf»y m'f'fjrT'.]/#• nrroocT7W*y W ftf;
J : t , r !]e«s the voter» are irPelhgeri»
11 / '
«■ooi-.gfi ♦
about. _
which a large frsctior- of »he noçpik»ion
illiterate an«i a «till larger one der sely
ign«<rnnt?
' In » free country »»* «afety is '»opar
mrw'crstSv admit«
•fife.
-,svs, in
know what the
Whif! »hefi
fftrg
are
exru-icraey ;r
l
uf
S

j, im i »he rer.«
' 7l • m -r~nr< the rtalk«*«
wfion i*a vo er» nift.,
*h,ev '■%*>' Hb«f orlv kn«>w »'ow t<
f v ' „ rr , t ,iu
> .. ,, __ _ .
? ii«'re bnefI\ are «rr
brought »he <"«>r gr< -«trier
, n ., ri 4
. r .
AccrFrJlfg to G,e ' » *«'*»
wer«, i r. this counfrv f» .V«0 000 ru-rsnr s
« „ _ • . r u r . 1,1 n ,.t
10 year« of uge Of Old», •
read dr write, «ntl 'he r- 'birm'ec
, . . ■ . 4 t v • - rr ' f' "
L'A ne.jevw in _ , there were
Hi e* tbftH- Ii* 1
3 /MOsOOO rw-<r>r^ vno f ::û ~' r r <
. •- a i rnfl . ea - - , f d j <* i.fiOO
' ' ", , , ■ , T irm
in the i&r.d of - fee tt., , •• r {
«,viaiifi«ui to c.vercse ' ' e r,gb r • *■ «'
a . 4f , maflV \u*rttai;an ;,n«rmen
A , , . . .krxrf-d'F
The «urgcoli ge «ni -
n f t'tu> meJi ctnied " er'.'.ts» re'wee". *..e
^ _ )f ;uifj 31 . «yyl- 25 curl were
prac'icaily liliterte. i ht« mear • 'ht 4
fourth of »he out,s' manhood of ' -e
court rv. which i.« it* main rcharce m pea.-e
ail in tents and purposes
in a «tAte oflharbaram F rmer >ecre»arv
of 'he Interior lar.r esdirrjitcs T.Rt . *■
rt
v o*e s
f * he fact« y bien
f rame
to
'll»
«re
ar
r , n( | ;n -x-ar. .» *o
to the
era f
State« ;» »
the 3ur*d»
the nur erf
Hie
ec'nr it
'■ ticusunu
Jâ.iJtgJ.ttJtl
: Mmes state" * rm» ;t ab
«i and j r»aV ErgH*i
...
** *SVf
uid
lives a y***
NaTION* 1 T:
illitkract
itica.lv
nynhred *c
The
the :de:
committee
That .1 literacy i*«
»o oat-of-t he-Tvay
r.e
.ut ■while Ge-'rjpa
N cw York ha*
.fc> >9
4ÖO.OOO.
It show»
illiterates,
,sr.
d ;u?ni
'he idea hold
chitlv Ne
hu' J; 'eui.sylv.-u la
Ylabkma. Neither
that »he iSliterate" are
st'rs^. There are a million m> re white
ilhteratefi »hah colored
1 *f tiie 15.000.000 foreign-b*>n.
ViBted State», the cumniittee
5.00*0.000 cnaaot read
and 'h.vt 2.000.000 cannot reau r write
anv lar.gmtge.
The committee
ns more
does
g.K»d
n -..c
i 8 > S t Qat
or wTi'e ! ag-ish.
savTi that getting^ an
education in the United states is Î arge« y a
that the opportunity is
matter ot .uck.
not equal.
t, 2 v;f K -, artet': , rt;.' 71
. , ' ,t. ,, ,, •" a
Negro children ., -e« see -U «-»»t» * »
»choolhouso, it assort*. In UV '«..11
T h eJe ts hardly a city that has adequate
school facilities for all its children." t
The committee finds that m physictu
schools have f ai leu 6 veil
tviucatioii v
worse than in mental education.
Provost Marshal Generis re
irthng fact that more
ined for
"The
port rt-voriîevl *he
than one-third of the men exa
military service in the late war were
disqualified by reason of physical gIs
absiitv," it reports. "It also state«, that
yo ]vr cent of these young men could luive
qualified had t hey been t aught the simplest
rules «'f hygiene nnd health. It vis is;
noraiice. gross ignorance, that in tße v ost
of cases wsa the cause of their
majority
i ncomjvtence.
The committee finds ihat .VmericAn
teachers are utterly incompetent, that
10.000 of them am less than '20 years old,
that 30,000 of them bave no eduction
hevond the eighth grade, that 200,000
less than a high-school
education, and that 300.000 of them have
no professional training
finds that the averge salary paid t
>" this country "vs less the the wage»
paid scrub women or ditch digger*
of them have
whatever.
It
her»
Elsie Weutiel Falls Downstairs.
Mrs.
Mrs. Elsie Wentzel. 4o years old. 1021
Flood slreat, was treated by Dr. Julian
Adair yostmlay for two broken ribs
a lacerated head, due to falling
at her home, yesterday.
a nd
down stairs
silo vva» later removed to the Delaware
, ... , ,,
Hospital, where hoi (< t.difKn -bis
morning showed some miprovenvont.
8 ÏEAMB 0 4 T LINES
LEAVE WILMINGTON
F rent'h St. W harf.
FREIGHT ONLY
LE AVE PHILADELPHIA
Pur 10, North Wharves
(Race street! 5 p. m
1SH
T
5 p. m
1
NE
:
To Philadelphia
and Chester
1
;
Schedule In Effect October IS.
. Subject to Change Without NTHlce.
Leave Wilmington. Fourth St. YVharf. atul
Philadelphia. Chestnut st. Wharf, weekday»
i except Saturdays, at M 00 a. m , 12 o'clock
noon and 4.15 p m.
On Saturdays. Muudays and Holiday». 7.30.
i U>.3(> a m 1.30. 4 15 and 7.00 u. m
; \\ ILMINGTON-PENN'S OHOYIk ROUTE
Schedule in Effect Tuesday. Feb. i. lw2l.
Daily Leave Wilmington *6 15, 7.46. 10.00
j a m . 12 o'clock noon. 2.00. 3 46, 5.46,
8,00. 10.00 and IS 00 n m,
l-eave Penn * Grotw *6 86 , 7.00. 9.00
j 11.01» a m . 1.00. 3 00. 4 30. 7,00. 9.00 and
1100 p m
• Do not run on Sundays
i
n«wiwir,
^ rh
nemin«
«.tew«'
Kan*
HOWUSO
The fotlr.vrtng
night on the « : >y* n* «1 »■'
and Millard psriwi
or»s w»r<* r* : »d .a»»
f v
Haaeroft /«• ague
Msn I as er»
41
47
44
... 171
. . 114
. . 114
iza
B
Mi
S3
• I
ns
Totals
. 4tt
FM4tf, r Me m

ZA4Z
•7
470
44
*r
44
W.d,b
14
*4
Blind .,,
Ksulkr.wr
. I
4
Tota's
444
ritlion
I. '.TrfMr.r ess
o *■<«,., ...
Ma r;orey
H Mr OInnaaa
Packing Room.
ti
«
SI
23
IM
T o'a! s
Bya Hoate.
< an «▼
r
t
Hollis
Haugtsy
ft!« ksrsc.n
It 97
*.4
«
««
i
To'ale
Engineering
pt.
J'-arr»"
Wink elm*
■bon* .
IIlarrsB
II
♦ 1
n
Totals ...
,
Gfftcs.
F! w v . nr
«Terney
Kim»
Hamherg
Haughey
4
»<
44
4
:4
4
To's ! s
*
Basen
Wolbar
Halloeh
Fnan.an
Outhrla
*9
4
A
Biff am an
To**'«

Flnlshlnr l*ejv*.
Kifch,
Mahoney
itooth
Murphy
Jamison
4
TotiLa
4
B an-* I a* aar ta.
sharp« h«a*tar*.
Hair«
K nox
V hit aE**d
i 9>r«m
Blind
Total«
I teg It.
Hunt . .
Whtttaiur
•y
bloatr.-.
.'rage
Lynch
Blind
144
T-itm*
3—Rowimg wpor».
rlercnioig.
1 ? iaaw
p
zd
Har,-, jo*
Ind
**
T-tai«
Il«IlAcyw.
MJtcheii
Day
Van ner son
McVey
Mteiff
4
Tota>
TnlaUiMc.
(
'i°
■ J * n • • •
Ayer
Massey
Hyi
Thatcher ,...
3
Total*
Hlxt-L
Hardesty .
Walsh
Tucker
Klein
24
Blind
TctH.s
44
u. OF P. BOXING VM>
WREnTLING TEAMS MFPLrl.
Bv A vs oc. .tied Pres«
Philadelpm
of the boxing
w
'Ktv,
TV
e;
v
l S.
t of »he
boxers will go into the
vania State Sa tu
as Captain Thoi
vania a
;
t M
mas »
declared ineligible Vca
standing, and Buddy Wa
I2ô txvunder. ha« b
Ik'xii'.g for «ht- re
because of a
become ehgil'
'•ai v '«y.tTt
xr;
if G
le 'igs.n
' he given »«.»
examina» ion
w res Tin g tcaui has
r who h
The
Smith.
f
tv
^ w ,,'iJk'i! a '
w.
w-^rh
\ vr
th*' contest
pounder
vm
II hlk eg
another 17d poun
his knee badly
I*
( Igar 4|«rf t'hance.
CUarlea K. A'
owner of the Johnny Joivee t«a
Sixth aud Market «treat*, bavin
chased the lutere« t* of hie saw.
lawm W Hshut.
.Do you want a hou
Every FJvx'nin* want ad»
RF. SURI »
uv*ter . , ■ . .
hath*, running water 0. A Kept, Oean
and Prop Open all year
ATLANTIC ITTi, X. J.
HOTEL BOSCOBEL
tuckr Ave
Wees
Elevator; excelien* table, 81
weekly. Booklet.
Phon. 117 A S Malen
ATLANTIC CITY \ J Dx orah'*
overKaiklug oeean wtWj ;*-*rd in Uh »
4p«c!* l«-ntc . rate L Ii 8, * .
Pacific Ave. i
. 1
' am h at
i. ea r
^»rjucèc «*i»
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