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Holmes Perfect JOHN Strawber
ries are Economically Perfect I lave you ever bought boxes ofylice, red strax\berrie; and have the fruit man turn thiem upside d(ltwn in sleight- f hand fashion and all the way home picture the family's plea isure at your purchase? \nd when you arrived lhome and turned thse same buxes of red berries into a pan to wash them \tou findl that your strawh\e'rries were ripe and red ,,n top and that the b ,ttom of the boxes were tilled with half-ripe or haltf-poiletl berries? ), vou remember i,,w prx ,,ked ,,i \xecrc t, find that ut xw\ere cheated iII qJ u;tll tity arnl quality and that s, ncl e l in the family \oultl not et any hberries becatl-e \ou were force,! to thro\x a\\xav ,, many imperftect qtra\wberrie-: \nd did voen reali/e that ,our ,tra heIerries acttiall\ cut vot twice as muIch as ,ou paid f, r them? te lle- I 'cried ( ) N Strawlberrlies are perfectl ripe. perfectlv tlax\,red and perfectly packed . The pertfedtii oi 1(11l.\ Str.mhberries ,begin, at the tp tef the box\ andl extend,1 clear tn thllru luh to thle b~ttl,,ll. l'he ichliciou-ne- of, I ) IIN Strawet'rrlre- begin, at tilhe rich rel appearance anl c -ntintle clear thrnu.h to the perie.'tly ripe heart ,f the hcrr\. .\ -peecial .11 )I IN Strax lerry lhoni -.ervice has beten sub -titultet', I ll mel.i i,< l etellnTctj, \erv. lh,,tle ,rder- are gixt'len spl cial atteltittln. II llne- ,,nfeictimnerv al-i feature- Sweet Cream in small alnd lane quantities. andl Vanilla Ice Cream t, scrxe with I'erfecIt 11) IN Strawcierries. IIllmes Spon~te I)r,,ls. to -er\ \\ ith It I IN .'-trawlcrrits. a d z'ien. 15c. Holmes Plain Sunshine Cakes teach. 75c. Holmes Confectionery-Main Floor D. H. Holmes Co. .A " ,-,'W& LIMITED a"W ATTIRACTIONS AT Foto's Folly Theatre MNDAY. April Ilth.-."Ti,. n In:ll'l l. Bond.'" Irene 4.astle. "lHer Privat:e IInn hand." $unshllin .omedy. l'o Ni.'" Admiswion. incilding war ;lax. IIt and 17'. MONDAV. April I.th.'-"The (:lamble. in Houls." Iopothy Inllon. "The Tr:il of thbe OE(tOIpllsI' It,.n Wilson. "Ford Wetk ly." Admission, Including war tax. 10 aod 1.-. TUIMDA,. April ISth.-"Pic.kadilly Jim." )Owen Moore. "'e.ttlt.onta and Pantt,." ('hrlstir-e ,ome.dy. "Pairmounlllt Magl;zine." Admialon, Includinag war tax. II ianld 170. WIDNMIJI)AY, April 14th. "Thi. ,Last Hitraw." luckk Jones.'. "L.ast Il:lsodue SATINE DAILY 2:15 NIGHTS 8:10 1Se to s$ 1$ to $1c Tekp.em, Main 333-334. ('ONSTANCE TALMADGE in "IN SEARCH OF A i K ý S3W IOtU SINNER" Sunshine Comedy "HER LIGHTWEIGHT ILOVER" Next Saturday NORMA TALMADGE in * "THE WOMAN GIVES' Coming noon MARY PICKPORI) In "POLLYANNA" hk Nt Let a Few hDlars Imld YTe To Il As laheder Playr Plan Your player must be good or it is worse than useless to you. We guarantee the EUPHONA INNER-PLAYER Simple it construction, plays with wonderful accuracy and precis ion, will outplay and outwear any other player piano df equal cost. We guarantee it-Remember it's the Ewphoma ImnerPlaper we are talking about. aeer WlI . Wr,, BA oufe e IN x. fStreet Piano Co. Southern Distributers for the Mamasa Hamlin Pfaros SOLDIER AND HIS ARMENIAN BRIDE Amr* the of the H, and the wies of the cMrmsio me e WMan kmst Ileckwaod en a victim to the Saobhe tem bag tr sWpu etMi Armsaina trit, whom be promptly made Mrs. MS lwlf Wee pnmmes her a rsen anm he amits. lee. a' lhRr * W I mwr M fe an dba, a esr was pat sn hase wet Syrtl a ie wh e he set he fus --- _s. i~ fes at ie n e. .c.. A " ;ý' ý 4* F` Wt J .Admlilssiol. Including wa:lr tax. 10 :and 1.1. THI' RI)AV. .pril .5th--"T.Pth of thr TI I.*r." pIp'. lI. "Foxr News." "'olinl .om edy." .Admission. Includingi w~ar t:ax. 11 tnd !7e. FRIIAVY. April Ieth.-'"Turnint the Ti bIes." Ioruthy (;ish. "Advetntures of Iturh." IRuth IRoland. "MuItt and Jeff." .Admi-ion, includling war tax. 10 anlld 1n. s.ATI'IRD).. April 17Ih.--" 'earit liys." I. W. ºirifflth sipn l:tl. "ltr:ay Pi'to grlaph." Admlisasio. inrludoing war tax. 11 snd 17,. 1~E_~_~·~] Real Estate Transfers. Mrs. Patrick Mulcare to Dixie Hmstd. Assn.' lot. Belleville. Alix. V\llette and Eliza. $1400 cash. Purchaser to vendor, same prop erty, $1400 terms--Beary. John J. II. Storck to Herbert L. Harding, four lots, in Algiers. front ing Saux Lane, in rear of Naval Res ervation. $700 cash-Hennessey. The Itill-r Vinegar Co.. Ltd.. to Samuel M. .Mayer. half square. Mad ison. Decatur. Jefferson and IeAr wnas. also servitude for water pipe. throueh square River. Brooklyn. De .\rmas anid Diana. $S0.0)0 cash. Wolf. Wmi. A. Collins to Samuel M. May er, lot. Newton. River. Brooklyn and Diana. $7"(0 cash---Wolf. Philip Rauschkolb to M.rs. Angr lina Marshall. lot. Diana. V'allelte, I:elleville and Newton. $450 terms- Ma honey. 1Wm. A. Collins to S. .M1. Mayer. op tion to purch:ase proiperty ini square No. I S4. Hiver. Newton. Diana and ,Brooklyn. for $75i) cash. Julius lhoden;er to Suburbani Bldg. & I.. Assn.. lot. Park Blvd. Nunez.. Hlermosa anld Ptolemny. $4.4100 cash. l'urchaus r to Mathias J. Strasser, sa;ime prop' rtly. $ 4:;147 terus ---I.Loo mi is. GILKY SWIPES-- GILK" SWIPES = Friday-Mebby the wimmen will vote nex fall for the pres. & I sup pose we will heer ma say she wood love to vote but she hassent nuthing to ware. I dont know who pa will vote for yet as I haint herd ma ex press a opinion of enny of the can dydates so fur. Saturday-pa had a itching today! & ma told me to go to the drug store & get sum thing for it. I went. & sed to the new clerk which has got bald hare & not much sense I want ed sum thing for a itch. He rub bed his nose & finely sed Here try this & give me a, scratch pad. Sunday-More cumpny today ma was showing off sum relicks & she has a ole flat iron which belonged to her grammaw. Pa tride to be funny & sed This is the same iron her ma & her grammaw broke up house keeping with. It mist pa's tow about a fraxion of a inch. Sum times I think ma dropped it a pur pus. Monday-They was a party to nite & Jane & me walked home to gather. She sure was pritty & hau on sum nice powder and etc & jus as I left her I kist her. Kinda un conshiously. She looked mad but I cudent help what I done. So I rote Born at the home of Mrs. E. Ho tard, 420 Diana street, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Colombell of Booth ville-a boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edmund C. Moore (formerly Miss May O. Braun er) of Nashville avenue-a boy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Umbach (nee Loretta Adams) of 430 Homer St.-twin girls. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Sloan (nee Maggie Dugan) of 312 Homer St.-a girl. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Aba die (nee Rose Chimici of Algiers) of 1923 Governor Nichols St.-a boy. OBITUARY Van Here-On Tuesday, April 6th, at 8:10 o'clock a. m., Harold A. Van Hees, son of Ruby Warnke and Wil liam A. Van Hees, died, at the age of seven monthl The funeral took place Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock p. m., from the parents residence, 825 Elmira, Ave. Interment was in La fayette Cemetery No. 1. posible Restraint. "There is a great deal o danger Is a11 this socialistic literature." "1 suppose so," replied the man who s exasperatlngly tranquil. "And yet if a man would take the trouble to read and understand all that has been written about socialism before embarking In business as a 'red,' he'd be entirely too old to participate Is any active de'no*qtratinns." By Degree Church-I see several colleges have conferred degrees on Cardinal Merter, primate of Belgium, who Is visiting here. Gotham-Yes; the cardinal Is learn In a lot about our country by de BRI8EF BITS OF INTEREST The man who thinks he is the whob works seldom is. Cubea takes about P00,000 of m petatoes each year. A miss is as good as a mile, b It doesa't get aybojy saywere. It Is more dIealt ter some m aselt their wlts them their bMl A sme bea It was hs t Is~ ~~· Mp etoeI w S Julius Bodenger to Suburban Bldg. and L. Assn.. lot. same sq. as above. $5.500 cashq Purchaser to Albert E. Langford. same property. $53 0 terms---Loo mis. Andres P. Abascal to Geo. W'. lBrown. three lots. Elmira. Pacific. Homer and Newton, $2.10) cash- liumphrey. ('ivil DIstrict ('ourt. Emancipation of I,, wis IWandry and .\Alvin .1. La.ndry - Robt. O'('on nor.. Succu. of Henry Reininger. peti lion for an inventory. Succn. of Mrs. \Wid. Henry F. Fra zer, whereas. Mrs. Iovdall It. Petti ,rove has applied for letters. Emancipation of William E. Rein ilger- -E. M. ('ahn and \\'m. F. ('on khrton. Tutorhip.. Wid. William Y. Harper. praying t be con ir.ll d : natural tulltl'riX. $24740.22. Mortgages. Helen J. t1ield to J. (). Walker. $400. lot. Delaronde,. Bouny, Peli can and Seguin-Olivier. Young lladies of Algiers Aid So cial and Pleasure ('lIb to Saml White. $ 00. lot. l.amarque. lellevill'. I)e .\rmas and Elmira -Mahoney. a pome 2 her & sed--! want to beg yure pardon Because I kist you twice. I shuddent ought to of done it. But Gee you looked so nice! Tuesday-I guess its all o. k. with Jane for today at skool she. met me with a smile on her mouth. SEnny buddy has got a fat chants a cutting me out with that little lady. A speshuHy Pug Stevens. Wednesday-pa cum in home to nilte with a lump on his hed & a black & blew elbow, ma ast him what was the matter with him & he replyed & sed It was a case of mis tuk identity. Ma sed How. & pa sed I mistuk the gutter for the curb I herd m, muttering sum thing about sum thing which dussent pro hibit. Thursday---Got to skool a few minnits late haveing won 32 mar bels from a kid. teecher glansed at me & remarked Have you got a ex kuse for being late. I was unpre paired & sed No I haint. So I had I to stay after skool. No wunder she never got a man. I spose if her bew was a few minutes late she wood want a ritten Exkuse. Yours truly. GILKY SKIPES. PI'RIANHER'S NTATdIENT. This statement is published by' The Herald in accord with the re quirements of the act of Congress of August 24th. 1912. The name of this publication is The Herald, published weekly, and this statement is made fot the April 1st, period of 1920. That C. V. Kraft is the publisher. Editor, and Manager of The Herald, that there are no other owners; that there are no bondholders, mortgagees, or other security holders, owning or holding any stock or bonds or interest in The Herald. Dr. C. V. KRAFT, Prop. Sworn to and subscribed before ne. this 1st day of April 1920. ROBT. E. O'CONNOR. (Seal). Notary Public. Even the young man who is able to hold his own may prefer to hold the hand of some pretty girl. No, Stanley, a man isn't necessarily a thief because he takes a picture. He may be a photographer. But few girls would refuse to share a young man's lot if it happened to be worth $1,000 a front foot. Some people are like antique eggs: the better you get acquainted, the more you don't like them. Owing to the oversupply of optical lalusions it s difficult to make some men belleve what they see. Almeet Human. I had occasion to visit a small jew elry store. While the jeweler was showing me his wares a voice from the rear of the shop called: "Papa, papa;" Being the owner of a fine par rot and much interested In the birds, I turned to the jeweler and remarked that the parrot's voice sounded almost human. To my horror the jeweler said, "That Is mot a parrot--that is my daughter." With a few muttered words of apology I rushed from the shop and, although the jeweler had of fered me some unusually attractive bargains, nothing could make me face that jeweler again.-Chicago Tribune. The Stormy Sea of Matrimony. The family thunderstorm in a Re were beach cottage was not quite over. Deep rumblings could still be heard. "Well," snapped the woman, "I hope that I can now take my beauty nap withaout your Interruptions." "My dear,." replied the man, "if that is what you are goling to take, you'llI seed to imitate Rip Van Winkle." A second storm broke with volent Ulghtltng.--oston Poet. Substtuto for Spene. "Yes," said the manager of the swell cate, "the souvenir hunters btredr us so we had to do away with spoons." "Bat suppose £ diner wanted to as aee Ia his esfews -oh ,we mde that btr havn the seemias pLy stlma ~ raie. -a- - r •- .. omnetimes a strike sai d happy stroke. An All-American America is the sU preme desideratum. Sometimes the world seems to be progressing backwards. 1"i Another innocent victim of a soft coal strike is the laundry. Canada has oversubscribed its latest In loan, such is the force of habit. \' A touch of blizzard also Is sure to Intensify interest in the coal situa tion. T II An attempt to get sugar from the I' dealer these days spoils a sweet dis position. W'itn.'sses of automlnbli,e aclidents. i. however, usually agree that some one was hit. . I" Paradoxical as It mIay seem, a short- I' age of coa:l makes the ultimate con sumer hot. Meanwhile what about the war T against waste? Strong nra mi 'thiods seemlls to he popular everywhere now exc.pt in re lation to work. The f:ashlion:abl, world is reported to N be crazy aboult dntd inls--blak dia iimonds, probatbly. Profiteers are again threatened with \I prosecution. That's nothing to facing a loss of lprotits. To reconcile the fair price lists with t one's growcery hill is a hard problem in ' home economics. II Milk may be 80 cents a quart in i France, but there are other things to drink over there. li Solicitude as to possible candidacies s, for 19.t1) are needless. Thhere are al ways candidates. s Any man who chooses his feminine II Ideal from a magazine cover is likely to be sorry for it. Uncertainty is, generally speaking, I unpleasant, but In thp case of mauh rooms it is often fatis. What possible occasion could there be just now for singing "We Won't Go -' Home Until Morning?" Assuredly the hookworm is not re sponsible for the energetic form of loafing that is now popular. The fashion page says eyebrows are coming back. We didn't know they had been away anywhere. Yes, indeed, the seasons are chang ing. We can remember when it wasn't winter until the kitchen pump froze. The way a clothing salesman dis plays an overcoat and says "only $125" Is worth going many miles to see and bear. 1 If the German assembly succeeds In finding out who was responsible for the war it might brand him with an Iron cross. A genuine, old-fashioned toper needs so scientific instruments to detect the proximity of hard liquor. It is a mat ter of Instinct. After what bolshevism has done to R;ussia it is impossible to understand how any normal mind can want any ot it in this country. As long as last year's article holds out the price of winter overcoats and asuits will remain, for many of us, a -purely academic auestion. The saddest thing in politics is to hear a political leader admitting that the state went the other way, but by "a greatly reduced majority." Bolshevism is putting up a bold front in France. Every disorderly and ruthless element seems to entertain a desire to take refreshments in Paris. When others are trying to pour oll en the troubled water an anarchist can always be relied on to come alonk with a can of kerosene and a box of ,matches. Thanks to the foresight of confee tloners, who laid In an abundant sop. ply of sugar, the course of true love will not lack Its customary rsweet Sne Even when government investiga ton shows that overcoats, sults and heavy underwear should be cheaper I this year than last It doesn't seem to I atlgate the situation any. In Chinese manuscript four cera turles old, a French scientist finds llve microbes. "Adam had 'em" Is the original form of this humorism. It I-n't easy to translate into French. We suppose the reason the berbers Included a speelal ~arge for the neck shave was that prontering had caused somany men to grow hog bristles that the wear and tear on the rasors in A. Kansas entomologist, expects to rid his state of grasshoppers by turn Sing loose a lot of Infested hoppers. Hiow our men in Prance would have appreciated It if somebody had dlI cprered cootie flu a year or so agol New Kind of Linen. Textillt consists of a paper thread and a fiber thread twisted together, and though the percentage of long ber l very small, it is daied to have yielded products that the un Initlted cannot distlnguiash from the ftrmer laes sandl jute tabricak. Cinehlng the Pedestrin.t Meterlt It eems, are hoplag that it will use be 'osmplsry for pods trians to Warry sarber plates for the peer ot Mlnstleatlm t the eyst -f -, attiet to away aftr i ~ 4j ?mur-~~~ lr~r ^r 0BT 1O' . 1\l'.\l. 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I '.lmber - I.lu .k of )\ omintll rt . In kI n. k Tl. . 'r"l' , ....... . . . .... . . ,ilm ber 'I 11PI'Li)\MISEIi AND I;ErINTEDIIDAT I 3.1 snmber. l: 1$ ,smoa nt a'im'd. l$" )50: amOnt piMid. none. Nala'rie' and sonalit, a.l ion ilaid to offis-."r. and trust,.v. nint aiyments to In ex",,,, of $,.ti.00 in. Indinl ;nonunt, paid to general ag ,nts for ai.ount -" sub- tentor: Nuiiih r of per'o c. o : agerte ento :mount said. $111,1:1.75., .lnunnt" paid for i lrn i..ionis on loans, or on ipurchal or sal of propertyl gro'gating). 0. I.Loal expen.re paid in 1919. $1,20.: 0 t:p.E~ "n.a before Iiie atie bodies, or on aLcount of state anl d government irints. U. lIiONIS ANiD STO('K. Owned January 1. 1919. and acquired durinil year (par. =.1.703.'14.26) ('eot $1 - old durin year 1919 (plar. $167.200.00). onlderation ................... Owned 1 .eernher .i. 1919 (par. $1.:136.044 t.2). I look value. ............... rket value of it ................................................ . Interet and dividend r ived on t k and h nd ............... I'. h. Thomsan. Spt. brot. s 1. New rlarn L t. did a.- . d F. Austbo in. Sup. Imit. L. in Fraleans. chLa. t t I'. Wr . Ilolstlrw. Smut Shrvepo d brrt. .e WSl. I rml orpe. Supt.. daton Rouger. La. d h r . V. Ilo kils . Supt.. New Icoria. ll. J. S. Love. Supt.. Alexandria . loa. Apr. ,-M.1y 6. Save Time at SPENCER BUSINESS COLLEGE By mastering the Breas Speneerian Shorthand and practical Tweatlel Bookkeeping and the most up-to-date methods of penmaaship. sapid ofce practice and businesa English. r" i DAT AND 1IO1T IS2$SIOII S INDIVIDUAL IRSTRUliCTnO _ I ss 1N. II1 C0n0o 1 stagg "THE FATHER OF THE MAN" 1I I, She Prayed for, a Dishp~tn-Got MAJOR JENNIE WARD. TrFPICAL of the baad4.mo.th ez SIlemee W by the klvatim Army A n a dmr dw 1i abbl cntry Is tl story of bow prayer r .... needed dishpan to Major the beloved bead of the Cherry Street Blum Nursery on New York's as So much poverty and ed in the nelghborSood at e the Major and her helpers . justifed la taking eves a sIi buy a new dishpan. Finally and her assistsats went dogt knees and prayed for a as they bad prayed for their work of relievinlg * about them. That evening, the Major sal her tambourine to collect as she could on the streets saloons thereabouts IL "gin-mills" was an utterig man with a large bundle. "Here, shter." he m Major rattled her him. "I ain't got no mos4 hle-weleaen to yish." It was a aie big di Major the other day, a ced about her work a p . . .