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Y" QUINTET PUTS
UP STRONG GAME
IN WILMINGTON
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Loses to Grace M. E. On
friends School Floor
30-22
The
formed of picked men from the
league teams went to Wilmington
last night and met the Grace M.
E. team on Friends School floor.
The game was exciting from start
to finish and stood 20-19 at the
end of the first half. Until the
last two minutes of the game
Grace had a lead of only 4 points
but in that period they scored
again making the total points 30
new "Y" basketball team
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A number of local fans accom
panied the team to Wilming
ton and were well pleased with
the showing made by the
team which had never before play
ed as a unit.
"Y"
The line up :
Grace M. K.
Field Foul
Pis.
Chandler, F .
Garvine, F .
Livermore, C .2 0
Longacre, G .0 0
Baylis, G .0 0
McKay, C _0
6
0
6
8
20
4
0
0
0
Total
11 8
30
r. V. c. a.
Field Foul
4 6
1 0
Pts.
Ewing, F ...
P. Moore, F .
Hoyt, C.
Longland, G
Eissner, G ..
C. Hopkins, C
14
o
o
0
4
1 0
0 0
0 0
o
0
0
Total
8 6
Time Keeper Bebout : Referee,
Ross, Wilmington ; Storekeeper,
Crornpton, Newark.
A game is scheduled with the
Old Sweedes quintet next Dednes
dav evening at Newark.
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Teachers Institute Dates
Announced Recently
A schedule of teachers' institutes
for New Castle county was made
public today by Wilbur FI. Junq
county superintendent of schoob
as follows:
Januarv
white teachers
School No. 1. Wilmington: Febru
ary24, white teachers. School No.
1, Wilmington; Januarv 28, white D
teachers, Middletown; February 7,
Negro teachers, Howard High
School, Wilmington; March 6, Ne
gro teachers, Howard High School, I
Wilmington. i
White teachers north of the canal !
are expected to attend at Wilming
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24,
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ton; south of canal, Middletown.
All Negr
attend Wilmington.
teachers are expected to
These meetings will begin at 9 :15
o'clock in the morning and at 1
o'clock in the afternoon.
0 problems of vital interest to teacli
w ers will be discussed.
Many
Holstein Friesian As
sociation Plans For
Three Meetings
The Delaware Holstein Friesian
Association announces the follow
ing three meetings :
On January 27, at Winterthur
Farms, Winterthur. This meeting
will be addressed by C. P. Hibber,
of Leatherville, Aid.
On February 24, at the farm of
W. J. Staats, Middletown. This
meeting will be addressed by Dr.
H. C. Reynolds, of Dalton, Pa.
On ATarcli 23, at Judge D. O.
Hastings' farm, Dover. Professor
R. C. Hunt, of the Virginia Polyte
chnic Institute, Blacksburg, Ya.,
will speak at this meeting.
The speakers have been selected
with great care and will speak on
topics that will be of special in
terest to everyone engaged in dairy
ing.
Lunch will be served each day at
noon. An opportunity will be giv
en for everyone present to poin the
association. The cost is $1 a year.
Well Known Delaware
Women Dies
All's. Alartlia A. Mustard, mother
of the late Lewis W. Alustard for
years a trustee of Delaware Col
lege died at her home in Lewes last
Thursday. The deceased was also
a sister of the late governor Ehe
AV. Tunnell. She was the grand
mother of Airs. George S. Alesser
smith whose husband was at one
time principal of the Newark
Schools, now U. S. Consul at Ant
werp, Belgium. Airs. Caleb S.
Layton of Wilmington and Lewis
W. Mustard, Jr. are also grand
children. The funeral was held at
Lewes Saturday afternoon.
Where are all the girls who were
knitting socks for the soldiers last
year? Darning them now, for the
same parties?
Head Of Christriana Notices!
Bible School at 10:00 a. m.
Public Worship 10:45 a. in.
Theme: "Where there is no
vision, the people perish.
Owing to the inclement weather,
the "Box Social" which was to be
given on Saturday evening was
postponed until Saturday evening,
January 31st. The social will be
held at the Manse.
Sunday is the day set for an at
tendence of 100 at, "Divine Ser
vices." May each member feci the
responsibility of being present and
of bringing some one to the ser
vices.
Sermonette, "Slander is the
glorous though unconscious tribute
which the envy, hate and jealousy
of the unsuccessful, the narrow
minded the selfish, always pay the
successful, the big ones, whether
men or women, who accomplish
things*in this world."
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Victrola Arrives For
Faculty Club
A handsome victrola has arrived
at the Faculty Club of Delaware
College which will provide musical
entertainment for the members.
That a faculty club was needed is
evidenced by the use of the room.
It is now becoming a matter of
habit to drop in and hold a social
chat with other members of the
Faculty.
Baraca Class Supper
An Enjoyable Event
F.
The supper given by the Baraca
Class of the Presbyterian church
last Friday evening was a very en
joyable affair. A fine menu had
been prepared and an excellent pro
gram of music, recitation and song
was enjoyed by those present. At
tractive little place cards and fav
ors were prepared for those who
were unable to attend as well as
of
for those who were present.
At the service next Sunday morn
ing -Mrs. Win. E. Hagans of Ken
nett Square will be the soloist.
Delaware May Lead In Sale
Of Christmas Seals
Through Ihe efforts of its work- j
ers under the direction of Mrs. j
*J° so pi 1 Bancroft, who was chair-1 or.
nian °/ commit-j
Vr i'" 1 1 } J . f ' la "' are 1 R,>d ( ro * s '
D I,SS hin. ly B.ssc I and others, the
S1at, ' Is 1 i k '* , . v to , ,ead tl ! , ' " atl,m m
r<d,1I ' ns ^ n,m die Christmas
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finally reported on Ihe campaign.
With some additional monev the
campaign.
At the present time efforts
are
! being made to obtain belatfed re
turns from sections that have not
leaders hope that Delaware may]
in the van when all accounts
are m. |
At a meeting of tuberculosis
workers at Chicago a few days ago.
New Hampshire was then in the
lead with Delaware and Tennessee
trailing closely. At that time Del
aware's returns amounted to ten
cents per capita. Since then ad
ditional receipts have boosted this
to more than 13 cents per resident.
All places outside of Wilmington
have made returns with the excep
tion of Georgetown, and the work
ers there have been appealed to to
present a final report of their seal
activities. The amount obtained
from Kent and Sussex and rural
New Castle—everywhere outside of
Wilmington, was $3,096.05.
Our
Bargain Basement
Heavy Suits, Overcoats, Trousers,
Shoes, Shirts and Underwear for
Men.
Heavy Suits, $15, $18, $20
Overcoats, $15, $18, $20
Heavy Trousers, $2 to $4
Heavy Kerseys, $4 to $6
Corduroy Trousers, $4 to $8
Corduroy Coats, $6 to $15
Leather Coats, $25 to $50
Sheep Lined Coats, $12 to $25
Heavy Shoes, $4.50 to $7,50
Wool Sox, 75c to $1.00
Wool Shirts, $2.50 to $7.50
Heavy Underwear, $1.00 to
$2.35
Everything in Dressup and Full
Dress Clothes, Hats and all Fur
nishings for Special and Extra
Occasions.
S.
at
MULLIN S HOME STORE
^WILMINGTON
the
PALL MALL CLUB
GIVES SUCCESSFUL
DANCE
The first formal dance^iven by
Pall Mall Club, composed of young
men of the town, was held at Y. M. |
A. hall on Saturday evening
and was a verv enjoyable affair.
About 60 couples from Newark!
and the surrounding country were |
present. Music was furnished by ■
Madden and White's orchestra of !
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Young Men of Newark Hold
Formal Affair at "Y"
Headquarters
c.
8 pieces.
The hull was attractively decorat
ed in the club colors red and white |
and were suggestive of Valentine's
Day. The same color scheme was
carried out at the Newark Inu-und!
Restaurant where refreshments
were served after the dance. The
private dining room reserved for
the patronesses was also beautifullv
;
decorated.
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Mrs. M. E. McGovern proprie
tress of the restaurant bad prepar
ed delicious refreshments and was!
tendered a vote of thanks for this
j service and for assisting with tin
decorations.
The
patronesses were, Mrs.
Charles II. Blake, Mrs. Walter H.
Steel, Mrs. James McKelvey, Mrs. :
Anna R. Armstrong, Mrs. Herman'
R. Tyson and Mrs. George W. i
Rhodes. Those who attended the |
dance included:
F. D. Brown, L. G. Ohillas, Paul !
Steel. Eugene Stütz, Raymond Wil
son, Walter R. Ritz, Leo Moore,]
Thomas P. Armstrong, Ralph Rob-1
inson, John Raymond Fader, Ed- 1
gar McMullen, Carl Riley, Janies
Doyle, John Clancy, Joseph Wal- j
kcr, Ralph Riley, Frank Balling, j
F. Bavard Carter, Charles Blest, !
(Merrill Robinson,
Miss May Richards, of New
York; Miss May McIntyre, Miss
Anne Alloway, Miss Myrtle Collins,
of Wilmington: Miss Helen Prit- j
chett, Townsend: Miss Marie Ken
nedy, Miss Dorothy Kennedy, Miss
Annie Ash, Iron Hill; AI iss Mary;
Eder and Miss Cornelia* Eder, and
:
Catherine Minster. Elktou : Miss'
j Marie Armstrong, of New York:
j Miss Anna Ritz. Miss Edith Spent- 1
or. Miss Florence Colbert, Miss!
IJeftio Slack, Miss Iona Smith.;
.^«ret Doyle. Miss Gladys ,
McAllister Miss Ulna < I ml me rs. j
Allss Ma, '- v( la,,( W Mu* M dlis, Miss ;
seal-*
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IT AT
The Newark Opera House ,
Monday Feb., 2nd.
Admission
28c
Opera House Building
Newark, Del.
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Robinson and Miss Edna Cham
ber.}. of Newark; Mrs N. S. Harris,
of New York; Shockley J. Phillips,
Hob Anderson, Anton Bannin
Walter Gilbert, of Wilmington;
Charles Reed and C. P. Spence, of
Delaware City; Allan Cooch, Reese
Griffith and Lee Lewis, of Newark.
, The committw in charge of the
0l L ' 0 5i, C ï n
| aul 1 ' ÿeel, Eugene Stdtz F D.
1 /;™' ^ymond Wilson, Z
I 1 ' K ' tz ' Le ° S - 1 '
Ar »istrong, Ralph hol»W Ra^
| mond * ader and MerrdI Robinson,
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! a,ld . contlnupd »ntd 12 when the
guests were conveyed in machines
over Hie ice covered streets to the
I
Dancing was begun at 8 o'clock
restaurant.
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Delaware Man Honored
In The West
Spokane, Ore., papers have
P r ' n t e d the news that former Del
a ^ vare ^oy, who made a mark for
Lmself as _ a prominent preacher
; in the Wilmington Methodist
con
j ference before he went to 'the
! western country a few years ago,
has again been honored 1 by being
j chosen as secretary for the Metho
! (list temperance and moral work in
; the United States. The Spokane
j Chronicle says:
"Dr. Francis Burgette Short,
former pastor of the Central Meth
odist Church, of Spokane, and
j pastor of the Wilbur Methodist
Church, at Portland, Ore., has
been elected extension temperance
secretary by the national Metho
dist board. Dr. Short has not yet
j decided to accept the post, accord
i ing to Portland papers:."
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A WEEK OF SAVING IN THE GROCERY
DEPARTMENT FOR THIS WEEK ONLY AT
MARRITZ'S GENERALSTORE
6 Bars of Bee.
Octagon, P. & G.,
Ivory and Fels
Naptha Soaps, 45c
3 pkgs.
Mother's Oats,
35c.
146 Main St., Newark, Del.
PHONE 140
National Biscuit
Crackers,
17c per lb.
Blue Tip
Matches
5 c per box
OUR BEST WESTERN FLOUR,
95c per bag
Best Loose Buckwheat Flour,
Our Jersey Cream Coffee, this week only,
45c per lb.
price 75c, for this
3 lbs. for 25c
Hominy,
3 lbs. for 20c
Brooms, regular
week,
50c
Quaker Pancake Flour, 2 pkgs. for 25c
New Soup Beans,
Campbell's or Ritter's Baked Beans.
2 cans for 25c
Aunt Jemima Pancake or Buckwheat
Flour,
2 lbs. for 25c
2 pkgs for 25c
Large Size Evaporated Prunes or Peaches
24c per lb.
Large Can Sauer Kraut,
15c per can
Sun Maid Raisins,
Large Yellow Peaches,
15c per pkg.
35c per can
Pink Alaska Salmon,
25c per can
Large Can of our Best Tongitoes for 17c
or 3 cans, 50c
Large California Apricots, 35c per can
Yellow or White Commeal, 48c per bag
Sugar Com, 18c per can, or 3 cans for 50c
NO ORDERS DELIVERED AT THIS SALE
Our Cold Weather Sale is still going on. We have a
ing Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Gloves, etc.
This week we have about 150 Men's, Women's and Children's Sweaters
to be sold at great reductions.
It would pay you to buy now and save for next winter.
great maiij articles and dry goods, includ
our bargain counter
on
Marritz's General Store
Successor to J. F. RICHARDS
NEWARK
DELAWARE
*[*+++
Have you Seen the Pipeless Heater
made in Philadelphia by people making heaters for the last
One register will heat the whole house. The system is especially adapt
ed to homes with open stairways and wide doors; to churches and
It means a perfectly cool cellai.
Call and see one on the floor.
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store
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rooms.

ALSO PLUMBING AND HOT WATER
DANIEL STOLL
'Phone 159
NEWARK
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A report of Dr. Clarence True
Wilson, general secretary of the
board, states that Dr. Short has
been elected extension secretary
of temperance, prohibition and
public morals. The post is con
sidered a distinct honor. Should
he accept, Dr. Short will have his
headquarters at Washington. Dr.
Short will probably accept the
post, and expects to be in Delaware
in a few weeks.
Dr. Short is a native of Sussex
county andi a brother of I. Dolphus
Short, president pro tempore of
the Delaware Senate. He did good
work in Wilmington as pastor of
Harrison Street and Epworth
I Churches, and served other Wil
i mington Conference charges equal
ly well. His wife was before her
marriage, Miss Hart of Wimington.
State Militia To Be Beorcjanized
Former officers of the 59th Pio
neer infantry, which includes those
who were commissioned at the time
of the organization in July, 1917,
or who received their commissions
since that time will be invited to
attend an informal dinner at the
Hotel du Pont as the guests of Gov
ernor Townsend, on the night of
January 30.
The purpose of this dinner will
be to discuss tentative plans for the
organization of Delaware's quota
of Federalized National Guard, as
has been provided for by the Na
tional Guard laiv. Under this law,
Delaware vyi 11 be apportioned four
companies of infantry, of 100 men
each, and two companies of Coast
Artillery. The infantry will prob
ably be trained in the manner
«V
which the late war has brought out
The'coast artillery militia, in a ij
probability, will receive bist hum j',„,
and training at Fort dnPonf
Delaware has never before ) M ,|
State companies of Coast Art ill, ;
At present there is but <
pany of State troops here.
Will Join Federal II i>/h
Council
County Engineer
Grubb has accepted an invitation
of the Federal Highway ( 'mu ■;I. ,,f
Washington, D? C„ to be
member of the organization.
Grubb was asked to join the council'
upon recommendation of t in
Chamber of Commerce, be
whom Mr. Grubb gave an
report of road work in this c
recently.
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Mr.
U'P
General T. Coleman did
one of the vice-presidents of flip
council, which is composed of
out is
pro
gressive engineers of all parts of
the countrv.
Churches To M< r</r
After nearly a
half of separation First Presbyter
ian and Central an
century ami
a
preparing p
merge. The proposal for this ac
tion was made Tuesday
meeting of the New Cast ! ■ <•
Presbyterian. This
take place early in March.
••it tin
merger
Ml
The quiet-liiking boy at the foot
of the class had not had
tion. The teacher looked at him
severely, and 1 asked:
"In. what^Condition was the pat
riarch Job at the end of his life?"
"Dead," was the reply.
a ques-

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