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Health; Happiness and PfösperTty DtJrîng the Coming Year Is the Sincere Wish <V Every Evening for Its TV^y Headers
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WEATHER.
Ftlr tnd ooWtr tonight, with
f rooting tomporaturt Tuotday.
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home edition
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Knlered ■■ he«Hin,1 I'Iim Mntler at the Foglnlhce at Wilmington, Delaware, Under Act *tf Marth », )»7n
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CF-NTS
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1923—TWELVE PAGES.
• inly Kv«o'rtg N««r«p
Ae«*v l«t#*l l i.aa V»
PRICE TWO
ny Mall. 1*00 a year.
By Carrier, Ho « waak.
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U LVI. NO. I
•I'h
vie«
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JOSEPH (OUT
SHOT SEATED NEAR
holloa Arrest Stanley Pnybyla,
Who it Smd to Admit
Firing Two Shot».
iTEOUO sTreTt episode
In — pli Kon-ilak, «gait fil
y < a r*
«a* aotlnn a> n fi ni window In bl«
ton,,a I« «trou I «tirai 1«*o night at
InMs rbt ll«ienlng In thr noley aal
• "•«• bring a corded Ihr oaa yaar
whan, «l it bull a bollrt ctaehad
thioiiuh lha gla«* t»l»rr.d !>• rUbi
tbiougb bl« and
hm»
Inbg.tl in Ilia wall •• lha I ni, I»f thr
pa««- d
• '"•IO II, tall !<• lha n with a try
oi and with hbto'l emitting frtgn
Ho «iMin-l <in*| w h* n hi« «l'i who n «a
gill a. Ird bl hl« m l for hrlp n n. ha*|
bla «id- abt fouotl him In am h a «art
ou» . ml It ton that It w ta »et -.««ry to
hlmur bln to the Homeopathic Ht>*
P'l*' w'-ar- I la, l| a i« trp«trted tha
loan . t *eit », a i« i • .it rad '«v •
• lab|«> a il b pa« arc ,u total or, I for
hta re waft
I he I layer work of Malretlva«
Itatupakl atttl hullo«, who ware da
lourd on I caa. I>, t'nplalu Hennen
lift, lha alio. , 1 , '-«.I I • ■ I, raporlad
Hy
'■ pi liter hf-ad.|i iitar* lha n,,«tr,\ ■«
» ■ th- Idrn'llt of th„ ti*"'*, who flrrd
lb »hui I« bt Mr, "il t.. have lea,, aolvrd
b t I ■ 1 -
< ' nr» I'M of I ' I „ ta,t. «tr a, „
being drt . 111 . I at Ibe |.o||. e «ta Mon
• ' no" * • *i » rbiigr «f «■«■ ult
I tm 1 -,, «t. m I'.a ,-vrnt of
Kowalakv« .1 « h e II ba • banged In
•t «pelnugh'at
•d„i" yc. i.Vm to the |,o||ra.
having «ini iwa ah,,«,« f,„m , f.
..{
Hi
t tltlu* I'ttH grmv ravolyar. both
* 0 , • I , , U ba« 1 f. ,n »ha tea, of
1 "• I" tor M ia yeioanta b, the tb
■"vu led ■ Mai one of tha«a bul
• 1 * Zk thaï p wa
t b » ct Sad 1 ., Hi it 11 t pa
Aft 1 tb. in virt-d man bad (>• n aant
'•la b «l 'ai mil ft-. p.,b. ,,|y |«..)
«•f the t i«
wtectlye* Kem|t*kl ami
Iny f«'ig «t inn
„ m i, « .k, . I,.,,. . I,,
.. ..
•l.t* anti 1„ f, I'e «..il yy ) I« p
e 1 Pl'td « .1 where .• «te )«, ,»ttr.)
-ni « * f.-», t..i , mor* ng «be,
iA'ntlnue.1 on lAtgr «
Mitt'ay
•I b. y
1 tl •fill
••artf'1
1 hell
If, neuremetil«
trac'd
KING SI. CARNIVAL
IKES PEACE TONIGHT
IP WEATHER PERMITS
In ChSS of Rhin Cntir« Ptogrsm
Will bs Postponsd Until
Tomorrow Night.
PLANS ARE ALL ARRANGED
■ » the
* 11
I
the
weather
pre
air**'* celfdtrat toi
lonighi
the only thing needed to
I) one of the greatest *vi».
tmaa oc the kind *h*t t ha* ever
ttear weather. The finish.ng
Katurday and
li
Rvery* hing
.a. e
1 1y and
ve this «
hek
Were put
Thr e ree- wia «te ,ra 4 *'d da;
bunting and «bleid
ichi »tan
I
ur*lav with Sags
w. I. om«
dard, wl
«urn# on every 1
r he bti**ne«e h. «* • were
liken «r
»■ ora ted
rat*,lug at the time eched
* ba feetlvllte* t© etart the
» w il! he po*l|*<yne«t until to
The
«•tilled, will lie carried
tr turning on of the
|f
Uled ft*
■ elehra
thr Ml mr hour
%k
ifrAfr
1
. i ,
Hi
ge ha« been made In
th
«tarn and that le In
t«nde The four hand*
■ la front of the Pub
ere the H.kli'e««* • will
the light» turned on
titlre |>ar»v will iwrn.l*
•**•1 u> Fr*.nt. counter
mit th» lw«nd* t© take
kg
At *#i
•1 ATT
•r r I
«'and*.
at at Ion*
their c*»
At » I
pria»« wi
•liwst fr
for
Il th, «.u u)i King
*© that
• Uldgee
. ( lir
i*onlee:ant*
I 1
t to Tenth
.«■We.) I.V f|
ih*
n •
,
w
id« at
h
tb.
its A«
») with
strwt
The
«viele
litel
au«) »ce*
K ing
M. h
>•
I*
Fiank
«•■<» will
•n pre, iden i ,,f
.reclors, wh©
ot Harvey, th«
3*
ng
V AP«
•I I h.
ib
.*««' ia*
*)'
In 1r s) ip'« A I.
the Ht reel and b*
•a w I pi <
bie< •(>»«)««
n
l'pon t h« «-«ni ,
ixblrx«* Ik© obi
<«F Then then
of ils* knew dui
ariar44nb wll
baht* xrlll then I«
lh< para.le w
*>f Hi
mayor e
*11
a moment
M |*M'rMltl*
new
ned on and
beg • .;» . „a. down
ing
lie
The
K is *l • er
After th.
» imawesr* daM'-ing *
i uni :
statt, m
t he ■ ' reet X»« I •
of
rWw
tw field
The
intervals
rnidn Ighl
•hr
' e .r n,
at
mt mu«
llbg of peine« «
Ht I*
The
If »
t the evenlnr a» thet*
i'KI prise« 'o l«e AM • I *b *1
be
1 . The
• •e* l) every'•' ' k oka
ihe arrHiis* in. ou«ii>
(.r* v . le« tha' "• |M>i*«(ti »hall win tw.>
pi «e« Il ment.» lhal tbete
■ .►»,r tote I ii-irno prise winmis Th*
iluatik and In* .i*l* neat
liHg.nabl« There are
illure pria©» food, and
ev*n offered a year*
•n the dwelling of thr
t he Judge»
, i.i-ded t . r
iah!» a««l as
V» ill
Ill
|M
I• ■ mr* no
,\ everyth I n*
kind« of it
on* dob'" hi'
flee inauran •
w ,t net
*1
Foi
' »over U«..j hale Mu* pboor
3A49-iMi — Adv.
fite i»Air grace for
MOTOR CAR «W NFRA
Automobile owners «'ho hnva
with
until
not provided th#lr ri»m
Hemm* t«»* ha/v#
.lunimry S In whftrh to do po
twin müde
I
Thla anno«m<-eme«t
today by lha Buren" of Police,
bain* In accorde nee with lha
Stete law
Hharte« »1 tluyer, secretary of
lha Delaware Automobil* Aeeo
t
elation. «ai,1 todsv.
that II la .loiibtfnl whalhar 1922
I vl awn ra
n ••si afiar ymalardav In Penn
avtv.inla. Nan Jersey *« Mary
land. Thla
laat yaar whan aavaral mich
I ana wara halted In ft"«**' state*,
ami ha ha a haard of no new
ruling thla year.
however,
will ha reervg
wirk tha attuntlon
KILLED. THREE HURT
Rall«bury, Md Jan 1
Mapp. *'> yaar« old. «o
Injured Are Mrs. Mapp and Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander T.
Grier.
ACCIDENT IN SALISBURY, MO.
ftpeclal Corraapondanc* Fvat, r'v«»,tng
IVutgi«« \V.
Inatantly
Wlllatl aarlt yaetarday morning
the automobile In which hr and Ihræ
other«, all of Rallebury, «arc riding
«trurk a téléphona pole cn North Ml
\ talon etraat ami evarpirnad
thar ocrupant« ara at fj,c IVnlnaula
H—yernt Heepltnl hare They ura Mr«
and
yy ban
The
Ik'Ugla» Mapp. fracturajl akull
1', 'kan leg Mr«. AlamarV'ar T Hrlr^ - '
both leg« broken, rruebiài 1 t-ea«' and
' rnal Inlurlca. Alexatiiar T. Hrlcr.
arm broken <
Mr ami Mp. «'«.«par Flape enter
ly.m'.l y numlar of the younger «ai
. ard« a»td dancing at their b«,nte
«I
the
on I'amibn avenu*, and after
rt, Mr an.t Mr*. Drier ami Mr. and
• ' ...V
"f M'Vlab'n ami Klirabeth «trect« \)t
Drier bv*1 ormtrol of the ear It «kidded
,nd hurled the occupant* to iheatioet
and ovetturnad »he car on M«i»p anti
'hr younger wtgnen
With a brok-n arm Mr. girier wtt«
Mund b. Jam** Klllmt, «kw^ratitmlég
frony the i*nv, Irrlng to iMfth* ckr
Irom hla wife who wa* hewSIng f.,r
help She ha,l both la«« bmgen *nd
' I g« p Ilk tur-e.1 .
I mi h veuns women are In é critical
cenditinn Mr« Hrlcr« recovery I«
vary «doubtful
Meaandet Hri*r «aw active; «er, ice
and won h. norw aa |(M4MH In the
\,iati.,n Horpa in the World
.« .orne.te.1 with »he R IV Hrtr. A
;
,
b"©« t'©, of thla city, Mapp wna front
a prominent Virginia family and on.«
y tire ««lemoan He had lived here only
« f** V^ar* and w« V*ry ■. «JB U
\s f - ,, nt> Inin iiprnJiiLs ltd
! Ï Z m br
, Vcridlrer
i
'
Mr «Arier'« father, Robert M Hrirr,
waa klll**t two year* ng© In a motor
a. . Ident near Satiabury

Fifteen hundred Citizens, in
St Paul's M E Church Hear
M t : -r u e'
Magnificent Tributes.
PROPOSE FITTING MEMORIAL
Glowing tr.bul««« to the la e Mur
decal tv Plummer,
\*'w ,'**:!» Hon ty Workhou»» «nd
: be homu- svstetu he instilled n *hc
warden of th#
• : : lit ion were paiil At meine > s.^
, ■■•» he'd in St. Paul'* Method'«!
Kp.aeopal Hhurrh last night N «• >n.
h-,. 1 city' united In honor • v :he
**'•
•)•'. • as.-d ,* » 1,1 l,f*0« )•<)'*«, t * hea' ; he
•■Ulog.es.
Relativ*« of Mr, Plummer had r»
«>rve«l «eat«. Rev »''arhale !.. Hub
laird, la.«» r of St Paul's
Hi ;.,.'h
H.sh .p Philip »'««ik of the Kpiv o|«i
«vf Mel;« ware; Rev. Aqu.ila
Weld p.telor of Kin* 4 -Central Preshy- |
diocewe
1 er.a: Church : I'nited Htat«re Senator
'Thontas f. Fayard
Harvey. J. Frank Hall. Heorg* « ar
le*Roy
Mayor
ter. and E. C. Hardesty wore ci the
t>ia:ft>rm.
«'hi rj «if Police
Probation « (Ihrer Jam*-«
members of the Is-gis. it ore
and City Council, trustee* of
workhouse and many otheir olT .,«1*
H*-«irgr
A.
»!
« . ver.
th#
ln ,hp «HHlieno*.
Continued on page 3.
I
Dowry of
Kecelxinr 4 onrralnlalk*n«.
Mr. and Mrs Robert W
Ri West street, are receiving con
s' it . a'.<>n* on the birth of a dingb
ter on Hhr.stmas May.
l»SS C'A I F v DA K FREE.
(;
If you have not se« ured your j
calendar for 1328. turn to the
**■'©nd pig«-, first column, fill
"Ut the blank coupon and mail I
Every Evening» Washing
ton Murr-au, as suggested, en
c."» eg j 2c rump.
V"U wall receive wdhin a few
da»» an attractive calendar for
the r.ew year.
to

STEWART OH ONI
FOR PRESIDENT OF
HE* LETT COURT
Republicans Ara Divided and
the Deadlock May be
Evident Tomorrow.
CONTEST FOR ASSESSOR
It la thotight lha liavy Court, which
l«i»«lna functioning fomrwrow. will
•datdloik nit orgknlaatlnn and a Ha
PUbllcBn-ManMicraUc combination will
la* necaaaary to organlea lha hody
The ItepuMIcan majority atanda two
for <Vnnnilaatonar Hamilton Htanatl
for praaldent and two for Cotnmlawlon
ar .lamea Mall. Hhoirkl a llapuhllcan
MarnfHWaAlc combination t»> formed
aoma (wlilkdana aay tVunmlaalonar
Mall wotkltl ba alactad preaidant.
Mayor Harvey na*t March will ap
point a member of ihn board of dl
rector* of tha Ulical and Rawer Me
pertinent to «norcad Andrew I, John
aon. Demoergt, wl,« la flniahiriK a
fi*ur-ye«r tarm John !'. Kyilt and
Pharmer II. Htradlay hi a bain« pro
poned for tha poaltlon
In April Mavi* Harvey wilt appoint
• director of tha iMpnrlmant of Pub
lic Safaty, to aucceed I Pnpay Wh U
• I »ham, Mapuhlloen, who la flnlahln*
a two-yaar taim Vo apidi- ania for
tha (»oaitinn have haan announccl
Tha levy t"y*>irt In June will aiaoi
two mambara of tha Ommty Hoard of
\ u.o««tm'nt. to gtlccaad John IV Al*
ton, l-tepuhllcnn, and I eel la R faa
par*on, Mamotwal Tha term will i<a
fottr M'ar* and th» aelary I'.ftno pat
annum Mea«n Melon and »'aet'ar
•«n a III ha candldata.« f.,r ra alactlon
Mr M«ton may not ha oppoaed, but
Ccnllnuad on paga ll.
r
HER FAMILY FORCED
INTO STREET BY FIRE
Scantily Attired Thny Fight
WayTh,o,. g h DsnssSnioku
to Sdfsty.
nUiieead ln the
t • a
n « w ,e«r. and, with other* occurring
, e«tcrd*y and «Sntyitvlny nlgbt, k«pt
,h« jo,.*) firefighter* busy ©rer the
„nek end
Th « m ,„, .« r |ou* bln »a orwurrml *t
, ^ oVlock thl# mornlu«. when lire
„ , r .) tn a pila of nrWdah In *h* rear
[I,, , ■ . t e .if Ramual Aller,
T* t »all «tragt, and t1e*ir.\e.l
inewhandiea umouniln* to about |A0C
The fire «->• tb«.>o,er«b1 bv l'a, d
«nblll Ora*
. , , , . , ,
mediately aounded an alarni, to which
t'ompanle« N*w 1. 2 and ,
Hepha«, I^'cti«» etreet, who, w,|,!1c
walking p*«t the «lore, ««w unyoke
window
, coming finm a
Ha
In,
).' n g, nr
w!(h Poll, eman Furnell. he then r
lumgDl Uy th«» hillllin« a»i*1
t%ivn*4 to xhP bniiln« Anwl wun*}
lh " 1*1- lore. who,
,n n « M
to the «irret through denae ©loud« of
«moke
At ©clock »hi« morning, on « arm
of fire wa« «truck IVoru bu No T.
when «team etarted e«. aping from a
i boiler In th* ham . >,e I 1!
Steel* Ho atore at *'■** Market etreet
The cloud« of «tawui «rre mlatakcn
' for twnoke No «lamage woe done
Kngln* Oompuy No. i rHgonM to
, «till alarm of tire at the Akllne
Theatre at ê SO ©VI», k th»a m,going,
when a «mall lank of g;»*ollne hur«t
Into ftanm* No «lamage wag reported
A «till alarm of Are wa« «ent to
Fnglne lAt. No. 3 last night, when
[fire of unknown origin broke out In
« ,*he«l In the rear of 1Î0S Kn«t Thir
h etreet The lire wa* extln
gui*hed bv the uee of n garden h.or
>*«"•«• mmounfà to t\i
At f.mr ©'clock yesterday afternoon.
Kngln© Company X„. 5 reap©nd«d to
a «.ill alarm from a watchhox .< the
•••"* * ih* ...
Bancroft
There they extinguished «
Son* Ho
»..gh: lunge, which I» believed to have
. . . . . , ._ , „ .
V «light blaze In the home of Rub
, .
ert I.us!,, l?I2 Jetrerson street. ,w,m
*u damage to the amourR of about tl&
on Satumtiy n 4 irht. The Are
Thr
ith'feothr# wiring
io5N wju> trifling.
''"»*>> •» »love setting
lire to I he woodwork in the house.
\ »till alarm wa* sent in from 210
\\>«i fourth «(reel, hut the firemen
fallid to find any fire. The houae ■«
t*l' <Nl by Mrs. Sophie Stewart. The
alarm was turned In by a man who
noticed smoke emerging from a win
dow.
|
Engine Company No. t and Truck
Company No. 2 extinguished a slight
fire in a colored apartmeni hous«» at
the southwest (ornff of Twelfth and
Walnut eireety Saturday night. The
building, owned by John O. Hopkins,
was damaged In the amount of |.'>®o
The fire wits caused by an overheated
atov«. /
1
Hogs Hum be Registered.
The Rureau of police of the IV)»art
I ment of Public Safety
Hnnounor«
that January 21 has been set as the
day ©n which all d*>gs In the city must
lie registered.
■ vv *1 twenty-one day* gr»< a in whi
■'
, . . .
•Md V Inyard Haxen fhnreh Hum*-«l.
By Aaaociated Pregg to Kvery Evening.
Vinyard Haven. Maw, Jan. 1 —The
Vineyard Haves Methodist Kpi»*-i«iml
jjjHhurch, which h;id l^n a fam*i
lamlmark on Mirths'« Vineyard for
bO years, was destroyed by Are of un
de'ernilned cause y. «'erday. The lo*«
.* ertimated at 320.000
Have your cUesIfled ad where
000 reader* aee It daily. Coil 2200—
The owner* ere al

.ask for ad taltar,—Adw
F.
1
DIES OF PNEUMONIA
Wall-Known Citlzon and lor
Many Yoara in Papar Making
Butinaaa.
a
roll «Win« a five weeks' lllntaw <>f
pneumonia complicated by Lr art
t rouble, Frederick l,)nd«ey Haitis,
itessuter of tba C'nrtla Brothers' JT'nper
H", «f Nawark, tllad Sstnrdnjf ay.
nlng at All o'clock at hi* hwtfa, Ita.l
Rond and Wlllanl «treat, Ma
42 yaara old.
A natlvn !><>lawaraan, Mr. Hurtle
otia of lha baa» known resident*
» *ak
a a a
wan
of Naw iVVle county. II» waji born
Naa-ark. a aon of Alfrad A. and
Harnh lAndeay t'urtle Ha aa« rdii
calad at
Vrlatula* Hchonl and l'rln>»ton I'nl
varelty, giadnatlng front tha lattar
Inatltutlcn with lha claae of l*'»2.
at
the
Nawark Acadamy.
\ii t'urtla wa« flrei ongagatl In lha
impar bualneaa In Phlladalpbla and
New Turk aod than hwame lrra«m*
of tha Hurtla adtl Hrothen* t'o,, at
Nawark. Ha I« nurvived by bla
widow and hour cblld'an. Ha prna a
nephaw of fermar •'bancellor f'harlee
M fur»*«. He wn« a m»mler of thy
\V hnlogton fountry ilub nod of th"
I'nbrn lengue, Phlladalpbla.
Tha funaral will ba held tomorrow
nflarnit n, with earvIran in Trinity
Rplmnipnl fhnreh a* ?.» 0 nVltu-k and
Intartnent In Wilmington and T I ra nd y -
wtna cametary.
I, awl« B. » ran«ton,
y (wo waaka' lllm.c
yaaterday n,ornlng reth
tg ponumonta
iltad In th*
tV«M, of 1 wrl. Harvey
I 'fa »VI • ■
former manager ef the «btpptn* de
parlmani of 'ha IJmlnnv Tucker Fur
nltur« 'V,.'« *tnr*. al hla htm*s RU2
yy »«i Tenth alraat H* wa* ** yaara
old
Oon1lnu#d on rag* II
ID THE HE* TEAR
Wilmington Msn Hit by Wild
MhIIpI Whilu Sitting in Auto
With Dnughtsrs.
NINE OTHERS ARE WOUNDED
P» At—*' dated Fra** to Freer Feanlng
Philadelphia, J«n ) - -fkevan man,
two bov, and a girl ware «hot In the
celebration of New Yen» - * bar«.
.l.ihn Dlenn, 4" of Wilmington, Mai,,
nt« «Ittlng in au automobil* with hla
•laughter«. Mr« Molen tNtnall and Mr«
ileBBle Uniwn, alao of Wllnilogton A
m-trated the top of the a-tlo.
^ oi*nn In the h-ad
yy tin walchin«
" Yttl •mo«, ^ WB
oflrdrmtf»* *h*n ho foîA ^-Itn '
% „ nlI# , wwin(1 |n „„ foot
Two uninvited nun tried to enter
^ Ne,v A ear'« party laat night and
I .. «P,. Bh<d by the boat. I*hyatclan* at
Pennsylvania Iloapiinl, where they
„ #ro ta«en, believe thay will recover
The wounded man ara Antonio Oonuglea
an j J.Meph (hwarnt.
«not in the n«ck. Theti a«aallnnt.
ItenlinU, Hambone, wa* arrrale .1 by
the police.
Anthony WsssnlekL 1*. I* near
death In a hoapitaJ from a bullet
wound In his cheat. The youth wna
.uirytdentalty «hot by big couatn, who
wa* showing him a revolver, with
which they planne«! to welcome the
FrauH'l« D*mJo»kl. the
New
1 <vyr
1 >ui*ln. waa held In 1610 ball
M cb«*'l N*e*1*t, Jb, waa wounded In
1 ,h ' " ' ! > "11»' tired hy
celebrant* luportl <i*ralo, II. wa»
,v..un.1e*l In the foot Neither 4« In a
'*•*""* ' «««llk.n.
• »'Morrte, IS, Wi. Standing on
«*.*P In front of her home, waiting
for ihe whlMtra to eound the birth of
ihc New Year An automolill* bear
Ing tw<
men came down th© •»«'.■♦•i
»h.e man wa* *h<w>ting a revolver,
bu'. et (ger,-*-<l Mary's right haiwl
. Morris bXfenateln. 30, and Jacob
. . * r"_.
woifiiarg, 31, wer*» ahot shortly aft«*r
mMn1(rtu N wh)i WM
, 1>)K , tln(t Ul , ^ volv , r tn , h# ftlr Kmh
A
were w©un«led In the side and taken
the Pennsylvania Hospital,
their condition ia not «ertön«
to
but
Try an Every Evening Want Ad.
IRE NEW TEAR 1923
WELCOME BY IRE
If noise j« any indication of hearti
ness. then this city wclconied'the New
Year with w'd» open arm«, as well aa
wide ©pen factory whistles and all
sorts of other noise making device«.
The whistle* began «»n »he »troke of
midn ght and kept on for a full half
hour.
h
• »PPlng
A« a background hell* lent their
of icgtol* punctuatesl the «'iiix-ent of
noir*'. In u illfferent key, while rattle«
-'"■I .-i'll u I n« l-*"t*sl ,«nd > l;«l ferd
in the interval» In sh«irt. the |ln«<
between mil«.* and a mere disturbance
became almost obliterated.
<'r«iw*ls thronged the sidewalk« «rf
Market «taeet and sat In the motor
•'•■"■that wer« parked along the curbs
Mr made their way «lowly along In
ll' •' dense trulhc.
| Hotel ditiHig rooms end restaurant*
: slieorbed a goodly port'on nt the
1 ttwonge. ntimrrou« reservations having
50,-'been hooked. The light* were lowered
for « «hört period Ju*t before 11 and
i flashed out again on tb* hour, «ervlnf
BVS1NKSS MAH'S
SIOCAS FOR 192.1
Rite off more than you
can rhnr.
• >
Then rhrtr It;
Plan for more than you
' ran i/o, then do ft; '
Hitch your trayon to a
»far, i/o uhat'n rtyht,
AnH there you arrt"
MAKE NEW YEAR'S EVE
ALMOST BONE DRV
,
FeHernt Ag^nt* end Polio« Ar
r««t Sror«9 und Confisent«
Qimntitie« of Liquor.
GRACE BELLS ARE SILENT
Hr A«aotd«l*d Pra«« to P'rart Franlng
V*w Vork. Tan I—An evtrematv
aal Naa Vrar'« IHr- underfoot, fo'
lowed Ih» drlaet—fVnm a Volatead
•»•odl'Olnr -New V»ar'« Plva that
Naw Tork aver had It wa« a'ao tur
hnlenl.
I l'ilia, ekle« wept rop|o.|«|y »otk, V
ov«r b«f*arad h«t« «nd amat«t«*1 bo,
|la«-on d««t-»*od «treat« wh*- h a few
hour« earlier wer« «lied wifh d«
t^minrd and ♦r«U'i»ni1y rrindv ugly
man," « irr«
Tail hundred FadeetU prohibition an
, . . ,
fr»raan,«n' agent« and «ayaral
.. , . - , ,
iitar number m pollraman and plain
... . _ . .
cloiha« man ng lined Near Tear « to ba ■
u«hared in Wl'h c. of 11 ^,id eha.r
In «Ida than erar h-f.gc
Tbl- wtUI vcmp't.'.od br « perle«
,,f raid« ln th« White W« v d'eirin.
'bat brought m«nv minor battle« be
•wean enforcer« an.) determined
b.eakar. of 'be drv law, a„d at lea««
■ me "knock down and d'-yr on«" af
fa'v that anllvane.) the evening a» the
thrice rald«d Mon»« t'yrlo."
I'a'tiicaiora wl'h firearm« ro'ia.1 tin
« casually 11«» of two fa'al'v wound
ed anti «aven other* la«« «artpu«iy
hurt, W it 'la other« « p|r, ce„t I y "ovlrw
ml they war« burning up rav« th«
fin« i)epartm«rt| »♦ tinn«c««»ary r'm«
In tb« hour that «traddlad th« olrl
ami the n«w ra«r
Tha tnraiHI« al "*• "Mow*« rStWi' 4
C*m« aitordly afar m«1nlgbt. when
mtwtvmak«r« Him« ««
•bug tba WMt* Wav. h*d «or k-14
Ihrmaelva* Into a plat« of h'gb r«
■Butmen* again*! the prohibition
a««i|ta ami pohc*rn«n many of wbo»n
appearad aUPT*plH|ou«ly In «venlng
clothe«
Ag*nt« fTtorle« HHI1 and Otto
Fabrlctia. of the Washington enfor. *>
ment «tafr «are ij,a victim*, parti.u
Inrly Ht III When ha entered, Hrlll
Hou4Jnu*d on i*flg« It
\
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Many 01 Membsrs Will Gdtn«r
Dovor TonigHt for
.
Contpron« pg.
Vpcclal T'lapatch to Kvery Fvenlng
Dover. Jan. 1 Th* Hener*I \««*>rn
bly will convene here tomorrow In
biennial ««walon. Tonight many of th»
member* will be In iHtver fo r confer-!
,nc.e
While the IVnioiTat*. who are In
,
control of l««th houa«'«. have n*«ml
pa.,« 1 the ©m.-er. to bn -lrcted tomor
' h, ' r - Ar * "\* nv «*• m ' f "
her« went to dhwuae, reganilng th.;
wuk of th * «"^"rtood
»hat **,me bill* have been prepare*!.
whW h pndtably xv111 be dlacuaecd t*>
night
Although no nomination« hav.- I»ecn
made for leglalatlve attorney», thl*
will n*d Interfer», yvlth orgnnlx.it Ion
plan*. It l* not unlikely, however, that
nomlnatlona will be made tonight.
Republican members will probably
cau<-UM here tonight and nominate %
elate to l*c voted for tomorrow
Hovcrnor Denney ha* completed hl«
message and It will prol«abIy he read
a* *«H>n h* organization ha* been ef
fc led tomorrow.
A NOISY
PEOPLE OF WILMINGTON
as the signal for the ex.-hange of
greetings.
Dancing to tho music of tha dinner
ore-hagtra' was general, and many of
the partie* continued •until almost
•'sun-up," or the appointed time there
for.
Th « Institut"*" Wat h Night"
"aa celebrate*! In many of thecity
churches. Including the Fir«t «'entrai
INeAbytet * . 11 , | ■ . ,t.. ..
The Frollcker«' (Huh dance was he>ld
In Ihe Al.fne Theatre Building with
an attendance * estimated aV 200
couples.
and Hi. Paul's, Asimry, Union, 'IViivlly,
Hrace, Brandywine und Olayrnoxit M
B, and OllbiTt Presbyterian.
At Hra*-e Hhurch the »«Tvlces were
In charge ot Krank P. Mitchell and
R »Iph Ib Mlnker.
ihe pastor. Rev. W. K. Hreenheld wna
In charge. At Clay mont. Rev. W A.
Hearn oBIcJated. At St. Paul's, Mr.
H.irllsle I«. Hubbard preached on "The
Gospel of a Becond i"han* e," euggest
ed hy the late Warden Plummer a
long time ug« At First-Central,
j Rev. AquUi* Webb was (hi It jdt r.
At Hrand> w inc.
FRANCE WILL STICK II
TO HER REPARATION
— ■
Eva of Allied Confaranca Finda
U,, llnnhn..- I r _ ,
Har Unchnngnd From p 0: j.
tion Tnken et London.
0PP0SES LONG MORATORIUM
fly Aaaa^latad rr»aa ft, Rvary Bvanlng
Parla, .Ian 1 --Mr. Wilhelm. Mavar 1
tha Marman «mbaaaador, raUad al *ha
foralgn nth-a (h'a tn'«nlri>
and an
nounced »hat Karl rtrrgmann. IH«
Harman flnanrlnl expert, would l.rlog [
to Parla, new propoeltlnna <o rap«. n
tk n« from lha Hannan eovrarnmant
Mrrr Bergmntjn I« a,p,. i.,t („ r ««, n
Parla tomorrow morning
Pari«, Jan 1. Franca »«.lay
awaiting tomorrow'« ronferenge of lb«
Mila« wlih tha a««'irant'a mnveyetl
to th" totblla through »ha pra«« that
• h» govarmnaof« tMillt-jr toid nut l«aap
I hangad alrtra Ih« liondon f «tifaranca [
ttf praml«r« t>n reparation« of wh|t b 1
routln-iatl.o, !
lha Pari« meeting I« a
Thla policy, a« «urrlnctly ra|*art,ir.rt
I a« Ih» following for I'a main
j
faa
»ura«;
No reduction of Herman reparation«
wllhoul a corr-t-nitoodlog <nn'ella'|on
„„ u , , hB hnH rPf r(v „, fr ,, rn (|rrm , nv
^ mim fnr th . r « r ,
Mon of the dav««»«t«d region« whFh
, . ,
I« caJeitlatad »bout auulva)«"' a*lth
.... . . , ,
ah«f Fr« n. a ought to receive from
'ha • it«« A «nd r'o«« R bond« prnyld
** '"' *' VenwHl«« treaty
A * h government eon.td
** r * ,hl " ,nv W"ii»nrl"m. U the gran*
of Inter allied debt, France being a II
Ing to «- » tha aytnipl, by ran tilling
«um« due bar from ce rf«ln Ailla«
If auch * omp«n«««ory action I« ad
ludged Imr-wnlhle Franc« I« prepared
to par |ptere«l on h«f del,*« bt»» on«
of nr " •" *" h " ln*vl»«W. I«
,r ' Dermahy'a fault. I» '»R« the
"""«I»*" »**"< ■"''»» » moratorium
^ f " r " "* rm «»'aad'ng »W«
year«, which I* regarded ■« antTV Ient
for the recirganleatlot' tif Mermnnv«
tlnao'e« M nrrn, er. Franca I« Ineltned
fo maln«Mn that the moratorium
«honiti* not apply to the . ..«t of ,* *,,
I ration, the coat of ra> on«»n,et|tm ,,f
the da,««tatet) regln, nor |tert'«tw to
th« entire * nab payment«
I l*m Borxn to stawii i/k
rr*rv bv vo\ \y « h uci
Hamburg Ian ] - -Oarmaey'« pro
among all th« nr»«, ii»i«t*«ie,i «
th* l«b^» «-hlrh Franc« ,t |ec*ed «-«■
n W i.
In BJliropf^
tba nation* dacldad f
(tonal t* France for « mm-wir pgef
be belief thet afabte pee - o
w«« «ttalnebla. odlv. f «II
•t«nd on fouo
dation* <>f reality, «ledarwd Hharoetinr
Huno In hi«
, m
eenss*l,.oat
revel« I i
\ here itf Herm«nv> ,ale«l move in r n.
nectlnn with the reparation« problem.
made during he couras »f » «peech '
liefnre the Hambiirg llr*ur«e veater
i lay. «horut the Herman* government
The
hud <">ught *n obtain France* .gree
alleviating
ment, a* a mean«
' French feara, to the taking
««da m n Pledge (if faith bv nil
, (Mtwer* Interea'ed that for n gene*-«
»Ion mm» of them would
I Upon the othera without
thor'ita'ton from all their people« in
1* popular référé dum, and that «orne
in 'hr
guardian or
of

.f
the
wage
•fwclflc
war
au
w< rid pu*»r not lntere«te*l
Ithina eiiuuld Act aa
trumee of thla pledge
This projeaial whl. h wa* mad« fo
Chance through a power not named,
•wa* rejected hy the French, the rhan
' callor regretfully announc e«] The
chancellor said he had thought t
pledge of the aort he prop. '<•«■<! would
• Iv " * guarani— of the gre*i*.,t - in -
• »Ivahle degree of aecurlty. a« It
would Induce ca*'h nation party to the
! |»act to puraue an active pea* e t<*il|cy.
,
,„ r «a«,., n engagement ref»rr. .l to
^ rK «^-.T.f ' W .hen C n
Oermun h^ncellor wàa aulg-JEd
n * r, " n r - *** '*
hp «"mian an.l>aeea*l*.r in Wash
ington to Hecretary of State Hugh*«.
it wna aald a. ,nl-*>mclallv here flay
tât the state department. It was add
Pari«, J*n. 1. The prt>)«)«e*l non
..I, did dftt tranamlt It *.m« .ally to the
French government.
Hay« t omes Kn»1 to I'onfer H Ith Id
viser) I euni-ll <>n Actor.
By As*©«dated Pr«^s to Kvery Kvening.
New York, Jan. 1.—Wi;; H. Hays,
president of the Motion inctur,' Pr«r
AHUM KI.K NOT HAC K TKT.
du«'er* arvd Mlatrlbut«'ng of America,
Inc, arrtv,*d here ytsrlerday
H«iUyw*»id. Cal, but declined to «Us
«•use the Roacoe ibNitty) Arbuckle
"pardon" until n«>xV Thursday, when
from
he will call a meeting of the ad
visory Mwrd from which Jullu*
Marne*. prMldent of the Cha^tiber of
Commerça of the Cniled State«
signed Sa» urday.
"Mr. Harne« evidently
tho Impression that there h.wl been
a reinstatement of Arbuck!*"
Mr. Hay*. "I do not think l »hall
reply t© hla letter of rwaurnatkm unt'l
after Thurrelav'* me«»tlrut"
rc
under
• aid
HKARTH STKAMKR
FOR UK Rl, 1*01,1,
I)y A»»ocl*t*d Vr* h« to Kv#ry Evening
j^UlOr-AAVt
renMJiA«ula, riA . Jan. I. Th# <*#r
man *team»hlp Juj*iler on which wa«
n (K.rtevl Grover Clnvel vnd Her«,loll.
war dodger, had »hipped, dlagui."*-«! a«
a «aller, arrivrvl in port at 3 o'clock
this morning Exhaustive «earvhe«
hy «.ddiers, naval «allora and Depart
ment of Justice men failed to rev«««!
presence of Hergdoll The captain
«sbl he w.vs surprised that any such
reiHvrt could have orlglna'ed, as he
wae at Cardiff when chartered for
Pensa cola loading
Mundy Bros, sell furniture. Phone
^
o
rWII.A *| MWKIta
rnarrn*ri* tim, * v *,}®f T
PrMNI !'• ,
Philadelphie. Jan. 1 hrJ| .
•»«•I'ln* r«lrt«i*irm t nf
•il a r .
Mummer« ha , ,
\y
tho
of
of Philadelphia a tf, w fa< .
h rat Win
Weather condition* p»x M ,
!"• - ,hm ' «T. (
bald n*x Sn(imla y, Thla tk
fh# flf , t tin. «m.-e th ,
ha» bee h*id »har «ves'her n»
cea*lt»ted a postponement
PEACE « RAID
BT FREE STATERS
Republicflnn Informer! Parf Will
Not h# Changntl Dirnctly
or by Impliciition,
r> ' ''«tat Fr*«* tn r»#'r Rrati'nr
MiV-a, Jan. I—^VrndHWroe und»-r
1, 'btch *ha trl«h FVae fPata wt'oikl nilV* ,
w1 ** 1 EbimW an« ware *«• j
,nr,h W MlohaM f—gmre, h»ad
if *h» Fr
State
,
A nia. * ng of former t th f-»a of *ha
Tlp'wirary tw gada rrf th* Ifieh Rap"tb
d-ati army bald In Thvirla* Ratw-day
im«ead a raatil'illrm t-aPln« for a peace
mM*U*N MU M'lWNti > «f I
Cvnagrave «-bo replied
Retfore yot, go fur'h
daavnra to
„nmiid understand
with your on
Ire itayra, |* (« wa'I yn u
tha rawitlnn elanr
"The ha«l« for p"aer much ba
That tb« frea'y tAngi', Ir'wh
treaty) aba' - *f«nd wlthrop abro
r"Mon, aifi'lc * nr !mpl ad, of aby
(»ar« rtf It.
Tba 4 *b« p«rllarry«nl *<,'ab1i«b
ed 'indaa 1 ha •r-.-t*-/ aod »K# rcica* 1
Prilon aba'1 b« «ba an«« and
ara'gn atithori«« within 4 b« Jurl*
AMkin ««a guad to It In tho«« n
*tru«*twr, , C
Th« 4 «hare «ball ha no «em«d
force of mlb'ary org«n'va*lon, a"d
rtri carrying ttf arm* or war ma
terial. e»e«p« «och *ha «« 01 « «u
ihorUy «hall author!»« op |wrm'«
Thtt* there «brt'l b* no
on th* i«ar»
claim
or jwr
under the prnpr—ad
pence t*> e »epciee jirrwenH tg gov
ar„m*nt. »>r fo a«* «o -,* «o »hr«e*
coming
«on*
an or «mbtngar fe. liberty, prop
*riv or llrallhood wltb'ep
*r«ry to, 'ha Mina «tpv^wity, und
•b«« »bare «b«)l tia rg» In♦ .Prr.nr.
wl'b el«ct!t»na
Wlthei,* *ba«a fund » m a n« e |
oondH'ona en « «n entlad pm ca ,*n
b* « faipn paar* etida n — r leg
Iba trbola f'Mur* of Irelgrtfl I.wi
rarrir.yin» Hop« of na'lnnal nlt-,
1
Dublin,
Inurnal t *1av put. . «be* « cablegram
fan
- Tb« Proem« n «
from Archbi*h*»p Hurley, of RaPimora
«1e|a|,*rlr,g Kamon Ma Valera«
paign of rfegou# <d*t»trtjetinn" *od d*
" ■ » " " '■ ■' "
,rtoh Tr ** Th * ,r ** ,h *
ctw»>
ge follow**
bundrefl
try«
''fyn*
and «n mllllofy
Amer an* with the crept on o # a few
Irregulnr* ar* 'leltgh'ad with
land's forward afep in e*. ne
Fr
There ,« no doubt of
tdate
American g.ew) wiatia* f .r the aurce^,
of *he |,re«eo*t government.
"The «urteaa *.f I»e V vlem e
paign of rtotoi:« .leetrticMon .a a
•prctgcle to ail of tie. '
ryiti
«*«)
IN NEW YEAR IN EAST
Wet Weather Prevailed This
Hy A«ao*-iated Press to F.rary Kvening.
Washington. Jan. 1 The begin
nlng <«f th,. New Tear wa.«, very wet
m moat *«< the e*a(ern seaboard and
'« r norUvauyyt »rn «täte« despite the
'^"c-iimtad actlvltlea of the govern
m *' n '" P ro *>lbltion ugent*.
Thl * ibf.^aUon -.vti* given out to
001 Prohibition unit but by
Morning in Far North
westarn States Also;
th»^ w-BWther bigeau
Prohibition Homm»*».onep Hay ne«
wa* out of the city, and other ©fTVriat*
of hia othce had reyeived no report*
'» '" 'he en«l,'av r* of Federal 'gvn.r«
to atari th© year uf 192J with strict)
'■rvforve ment of the Voj uG act. The
weather bureau, however, prunuunte«]
It "an awfully we' '
■•»'ig'iral in evveraJ «-»inns
New Yewr In
of the
't xrouk* to# auoceeded by da» and
unslerately co.J wvath«w
co " ,Kry4
The rain began to diminish bow
ever, in the eagt about the 'im late
celebrants of New Tear festivities got
home, ami tb«* weather bureau prom;.«
BKKMMRHT HAH RKI, APSE.
Again H*4i,-d With Making 'spells;
Doctors lieepl; Concerned.
By A«*oct*ted T*res* to Kvery Kvening
Parlai Jan. 1—Sarah Bernhardt,
who wh« thought to be making »X •*!
lent progress toward recovery from
her recent breakdown, bad a «cries
of fainting spella today.
The development g*ve great con
cern to her physician*.
M'RORK* H T FOR 4 10(01 K POUT*
_
' _ v
| »r A-«oclated Free* t° Every EveniW
New York, Jan. 44am u* I ^dc
Robert, president of the M«tr.>p«vi tan
"lNru»i Ho, of New >• rk wdH be chn -
man of th- finance comm Pee of l>'*h
'be l.Un.da and Delaware oompatrit
of Amnowr and Company, a :>hr« for
merly held in the UMnote * '>"-panv bv
J- 'Wden Armour, It became known
. Vi'F-rdav hrougn an announcement
°f Hh.i«e Secur.t.es tempaji). a
member of th* hanking ay stem which
will offer |«0.0h<l 000 of 7 per cent *
preferred atock of Armour and Com
4h* tbM WMk.
CHIEF mu
nme use
IS SPIRITED m
ant
Employe of Spy»'«'*
•» Clll®r| From Bed |
tr^on Aw' v . iO ***
MO CLUE TO MISSIMG MU
id
fo.
Py Associated Pr*«. la F.v«rr F»» 4 '"*
".*
«f J't*'l<e »*»rr«e rar»
• ha Morabotia» itldn ipplnif » 1
attf ■ 'lia fr<*m 8' « * I arjier
••n
w- rV V«
.«P
*rr'* 9
«1
« • g« * ; rg
fl'-e today wara in'
lagad Kb1nap*»log KrVaf fdgb* y 'Y •
0 f Jfac-dd la
r*v ■«
rnf nlgtaen
party
Taagarmr-m, tlmebaaj • for a «
plnnt a* Hpyker. i m , nHf h»ra,
porta of which *•'• rwalvad
•r« rat earvlra rpr-rt and tiv- gbrrl't V<a
m*
•' e
tarday
rant to
' tapfer, whr
k«r at d In'-a« g'*tad • r«Kif' r
p« wa« to I •* Ta'garw • «p wa« '
ar | from t' « elaaplt.g «j-iaafarg «( ' b#
j.ian* g* ir 'in***'' F'id.ty rbt «cd
'/
wie whlekarl nwav in the dark*
tha m«n wl»o rrc* 'ipled *lr
citoirm
•C« if W V *1 t't^
(.pog . v,« ,
•■a
I'
either barm covered or r*nf»ovad
Tba fv-ier nv «■ i •««•■ere »»1
to tn ■ o^ie«- A T 'tnttif • •-, r-W»r
nigh' * '.few hour*
k'drappAo* Th' r '• 1 call «■■•
t i "(elteepjr "a of a h'«f CA*
'■* a* *he prtd>l't boating« ii'k
b«glnfilr/g oagt Friday
T. J P
«rtr, cm
r deputy «be- «V,
i l ■ et no plnnt at
ureof,. form«
«'id an employa «f tb<
f*pykar. who la in Jail y«r* on « mur
d«r charge growing ot|« of the Vd
■apoing « i -g Of W«M » l " ' «
I'T T )« i' •''tri, a«' A V'« 4 .
j ■ • «a e '
niad *h«* be bad »oy per* n ih« k'd
oappleg »rd k'lllog .ri V »« daeleeed
Ih«« he »rratfei «O per.--« «n «'**,' 'ty
'« At ft* tÊÊtrt PM act -
«h«r«
I« «v'r today tb*« nei
ther •*,« «Her ff *h« le r. -i r* mer t 9
,d report m -t-,
, 'h* ,vh*r«ahot|«a r.f * be rapeCM
emt'lora.
hi«* •• |avt*"(,tn
m *<>f * « elco
WPh the piddle bearing only «boat*
♦ here daya off «ta'e .«le i «1«
b«v* charge og prenentlng the W*««e'«
' -tae ««ill labored Av - 'tie ■*,•
er-' dance garnered bv «t««e tod federal
r»ya«* g«tor* »hlHng « .«• fo'ir
mon«h«
Mayor A J. r koodnin of fin«* r^.ç
ued « «**• 1 «rr.er,* | n >*K,k
Continued on page Ji),
MKOIN EXTRADITION
REARING ID RE PUBLIC
Governor Ritchis D«r,id«s In.
quiry hs Hsid at Baltimore
Wsdnssday.
A«eoci«*»*l it*«**.. <*v r,-*-- ».g
•> . • <*
Raltimore. Jan.
yr. ft M. Mc
Koln «hail b* rgtrndited to I^>ui«*ns
will h* held h»re next Wednesday
'n determine whether
This -.tty« d««cided upon . y«* r gh* t
»iovernor flttchle. *ft«r a confereryca
with .^tpecial Iteputy Hheriff Calhoun
of Vforehou** parish and Chief Me.
vnn of New oyfeana. -rt*»»
tectly*
Fought with »hem th» (TV.,«, #n«e«t
for the r»iurn to Icneina |
McKoln. «.gned v HovernoP ir<«r
.f r>r.
nd Attorney-fiwnerw. Cr>cr>
Mr McKoin. ( former
\t»r Rouge, m «rra*;«d her» several
■ lay« ago. while pumuing a poet
* au.iate c ur«» • lohn« h«pk •
t'nivereity under the gutdatwe of Mr.
Hugh Yoang. head of 4 he Brady
nlmic of that institution. M* w*«
cuaad of the murder >f 'Wart ramie *
and Thu mm* Richard*. aidauia
of
M«- Rouge, who were alo-ged to have
been k.dnapped la«t Auguat, will»
three other men.
I>r McKoin n.i* repeatedly der-arf«!
iumaei. to be Innocent of any connec
w.lh the kidnappings ar.d
1er*. He ta.d 'hat n he nigh*
T»*D«o he wae tn Monroa. 40 m«i*w
mur
m
from the »eene of in* 1.»orders.
Pv Associated Pr*«a to Every Evanirg.
'»eri<>o« Fir* at ' i eranton.
Scranton, Pa.. Jan. 1.— Baverai flr»
men were overcome by amok*,
Injured by fai.mg from a ladder and
ne was
damage -a: mated at mur» :han 1100,
"00 wag caused by fir* which swept
through *he Powe. business senooi to
'Jay.

Amuseinent* Tonight.
Playhouse "MayMiuc ia Krin *
* »rrlck "The frail of the T/onesc a
Pine "
Xldtoe Vaudeville (<e
«Jureu 'The Man Who -»• Tumor* *. 4
Ma'estlc Wf«t of '"lucag«'
\p*-ad'a Pn« rrr of /ends.
s«v©y "One of I * v*> '
Pythian Auditorium t>«u«ung.
Aadltoriuiu Han.-.ng
Weather Forecast.
By 4sao< lated ITee» -o Kvrry Rventn^
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f .r rviawar»
l'air and colder ton ght *i*n
temperafire T'te«*l»r -nerr*. , K
befo—lng unset I led by Tucedgg
. ght; fre«h northwest »me.
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'hi* mom ng
tonight
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