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New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania SIXTEEN NEW CA3TLF NEWS. JANUARY 28. 1021. Recepti Mark Close Citizens Week Closing the Citizen's AVoek moot-1, Ings at the Y. 51. C. A. this evening there will be a reception hold at time everyone is invited to meet the speakers who have partici- pated In the program. This even- ing's chief speaker. Dean Will (Irunt Chambers, ot the University of Pitts- burgh, is well known here and un- doubtedly a number of his friends will be at the Y. 51. C. A. to meet him. Dr. Henry Klnower. an educator of note, -will be present this even- Ing and will show a number of charts and diagrams showing the compari- son of- salaries of. teachers in this state to the salaries of other states. The meeting will be especially in- teresting from the teacher's stand- point and Superintendent. Ben Gra- ham has requested that every teach- er in the city attend and bring'wlth her a parent. French Designers Is Protest Dress Edict SEASON ON; PALM BEACH OF SOCIETY MO himself, cHati'llmtetl. -Ho. iitniully sent to nhopholdurfc imd Hlgnml bin lotteW.'Tho Chlof of Uio Mnllerl Pint 'OHiig." Railroad Rates May Be Reduced Hull ISxwiittvrtrln .Stop TmVHl-il HI I lull nit llJill- rniMl Tntlllo OnlurniUloniil NPWH Hdrvlod) CIltCAUO, .Ian. nhlofB ot Homo of UIB lauding trtinHporUlimi of Iho country oonvonml blrid clcmofl doorn hero today to Two ileflnltf) movon to remedy thfi ftlttmtlori ii.ro cnrtii.ln to cllHciiHKi! lo moti woll Inforrnntt tinp.ponlri'Kn In rnllrbiiil olr- clon. Tho til-Hi. Is n plun to reducij of employoH; itio other con- torn pint u roduRllyn In froliclit nnil ralnji li> mlniulnlc truffle. As a result of tho cold wave that tins swept the continent, society folks are flocking to Pnlm Beach, Florida. One of the first arrlvriln wim Mrs. Cecil Singer, ot New York nnd Purls. The illiiMttrnticm shows Mrs. Singer enjoying n ride along tho stir on a raatt.rc.ss. (International NO.WS Service) PAHIS, Jan. Du- bois' recent edict against dancing and modern dress in 'France has brought forth loud protests from leading dressmakers. Among these Paul Poiret, one the leaders of French fashions, is bitter against the Archbishop of Paris. 51. Poiret considers that decency in dress ifc a matter of interpretation and latitude. He admits that, nothing which is "ex- aggerated is harmonious, but when Cardinal Dubois says that dresses are too rich Paul Poiret replies thnt church officers have always liked luxurious gowns for their own uses. He recalls that in time gone 'by priests wore richly embroidered gowns in gold and silver. He even cites those who wore silk stockings and furs and seriously asserts they did not wear such dresses for com- fort. M. Poiret admits, however, that the decolletes Parisiennes favor much are often too exaggerated. He further points out that if Car- dinal Dxibois's edict was to be'taken seriously by Frenchwomen and tf they gave up their stylish dresses some 400.000 women employed in the dressmaking Inule would soon he out of work. Glared in n slulemcnt warning people against purchasing them. Ihu YS! Seventh Ward FULL MONEY Inspecting Canned Goods In Michigan Slate Food Authorities Wish To Got Goods Containing Hotiilinns Germs Youths Active In French Crime Wave (International Ncwn Service PARIS, Jun; 2S. Fur from sub- siding, despite loo energi'tlc meas- ures tuken. tho. wnvo whirn has HO.VOH la Riven llm. of pu- rlin on Uio honor roll In llif Itratlu ill the fourtiiK ot 'ho w'lu> attend this MChool nre nf foreign uhttlr work Is junl nit good und i.rp to the ittaiulttrtl of any other school building In tho city. Thv attonilanrc biwn all duriiiK with vory little sickness und not much truancy. Marihit Dalzwll. Anal-! llakit, Mntl Mann, tha (Mount, AVunda Colchiwkl, Jacob CtolllitK iuid Mtkirit) Ijowin. (InteriKUional Xcws Servioo) LANSING, Mich.. Jan. food and drug inspectors today aro investigating canned goods In every city in' the state, as a result of tivo deaths at Grand Rapids, due to eat- ing poison foods. Canned goods sus- pected o.f containing botuHnus poi- son will be destroyed. The spcllO'.l cans have a swollen appearance and l.ib- en swot-pins over France lh urnilstlro Is. if anything, Bpn.'.idlni; Hut 'ncrc youUiti now hold -jp wimlc diPtrictB us was ih" caBfi nt PulL'anx, a thickly work- inc.man's fohnrb PiirU A of ten critnliiiila wor'J led by a boy of nlovin ymira. Tlion- ____ wore two rnMlnns of nliiotoen in tho gang. they, Itko; their accomplices. Implicitly ohnywl Mnt. K. Uri.iflu of MnrarU. thuir youiiK chli-f. Th.. cnnK made a Thtiraday mornlns for IMttaiutrsh specialty nf Krocfr'n shops lu thv 'LRAVKS KIX'tKID.t. Mrs. U H, Marker of North orty i. uni! Minn wood otuployci} at Thurwloy for 8s Pi'iti-rrvburK. they wli! tho rt-'matutlwr of winter. town. The marked out ylevrn old the shops to bo leader sacked a peculiar odor. Fred 1.. Woodworlh j [nntl the cane carried out his state food and drup Inspectoi dn- lions and bronslit him Imck loot Is IK in thi> Mm. F, M. Wjt- etey VISIT Mrs. Morrlvji nnil g children. and Mm t< for rs'.l.htbu -who Mr. aniS sh or. Groceries at Speciu Prices for Saturday and Monday Only MONX'. i ri ill Pri will Mr foi i a few vi- for OR irtr hosr.o Look For This Sign In Window of Arrow Clothes Shop, Washington Tlt.MN KOH A l.Taiu Spring "WTheat Flour, per sack Cornmeal, 10 Ib. sack, granulated Good Luck Oleo, 5 Ib. Alco Nut Oleo, 5 Ib. pkg disco, per Ib.........' Navy Beans, 5 Ibs. for Canned Corn, 3 can for Peas, Early June, per can Prunes, per Ib Campbell's Baked Beans Campbell's Tomato Soup Rolled Oats, 6 Ibs. for White Laundry Soap, 10 bars for P. G. Naptha Soap, 30 bars for Creamery Butter per Ib Cabbage, per busbc] Baldwin Apples, per bushel Evaporated Milk, 2 large cans for "Rice, fancy head, 2 Ibs for Oyster and Soda Crackers, in 5 Ib. lots, per Ib Potatoes, bushel Rice 3 Ibs for Cocoa, by the Ib., per Ib Corn Flakes, (Washington pkg Rolled Oats, per pkg Leather Faced Gloves, pair Knit Wrist Canvas Gloves, pair Graham Flour, 10 Ib. 'bag Buckwheat Flour, 10 Jb. bag Sugar, per Ib Oranges, medium sized, Navals, dozen Evaporated Sweet Corn, Jb Molasses, (New gallon Table Syrup, gallon Coffee, good Rio, Ib Santo Coffee, fancy, 3 Ibs. foV Climax Soap, per box (100 bars) Lenox Soap, per box, (120 bars) Octagon Soap, per 'box, (100 bars) P Soap, per box, (100 bars) .45 1.75 1.58 .23 .30 .25 .15 12 l-2c .12 l-2c How Much Money in the Jar? If You Right YOU KEEP THE MONEY! B .09 1 East Washington I'MO.V .MICKTION OVS. conic to the ARROW CLOTHES SHOP loJav ana make your guess. There are no tricks itlxnii ii. The jaroi" money is in the Look U over and make your guess. There are free "guessing blanks" inside the store. You don't have 10 buy anything the contest is open to all boys under eighteen years of BrisiiT your doesn't make any difference. because it" more than one of vou guess exactlv right EACH OF VOU WILL GET AS MUCH MONEY AS IS IN THE JAR. And thai goes, no matter how many of you guess Hurrv down and rnzike your guess today. Here's your chance to %vin some real Come do-.vn and SEE THE JAR IN OUR WINDOW THEN MAKE YOUR GUESS! dnmvClothesShop On The Diamond firemens' Refief Association Elects ONE THIRD TO ONK HALF OFF Orders of Five Dollars Worth or Over Delivered Free of Charge in the City DAVID NELSON 666 East Washington St. Union Phone 350x Bell Phone 677 CH.V. Willliiui null l-'r.-ml.im. Kin- 11. M- wiiii HI nooti III tin- V M. C. A. lit (nuii-fully In Hit.' Iwii'iui'l rimiii Id ill" iiiion, 11 Mnlionlniflott'ii wurt lniliiiti.'il. mill 111" oftlfwrt. Ihal WITH (sli'Oluil I hi- (ii'Hl of 111" yt'iir. wnn' Insliilli'd. for I In- limn Kllvi'i1 iiiinlviTHiiry drill wore iMili'riut wllli 1.1 fill omilrrpli'C-f HIICl KK'-'lil di'fii'Ki' ttriind nllUvr of pi-fiiMiH. miMitliiKH iirc lu'lil t'vory four motH'is l.hf illffi'rniil PIvlHlotiH, mill In Urniu hnlp lo hiliM'odt. In tho iinxlllurlfn, Klfty tiitniiliorH rroni n Wesleyan Methodist Calls New Pastor J. V. A: a. :i A TlUlnVillr-, Uf nnil u ivxin-i-i iu'OiM'1 SllllltS. till' fh, louvnn Mnr t'iarX. M. -M that -h will iuilil ut Iti-rUnrluU. Unit. WMok, Im will lnHc DI-W wurk ut Mu'inilKU, H ihut rlly. Knv. New Castle High i Goes To Rochester hltt Love THK S At Mill. ICI I'HItIO IN A rrowtl ivi'iilim nl llic Kiiolirn KHIHI liy lht> "r Hl- Murmiri'l'ii In Ij.viioiini hull. Muiiy in li- li. H I" piny, nnil In I In.' ov- 1'iilnK, u minrnn ilmum WIIM utijuyiiil, Wllll ItOBIlll Ill'UhllltlU} lit. til" pljno. wnrn nwuntnd .1. A. 'rwiilmor unil Mlr.lmnl MorrlH- wiM'.o worvtul ililV- K tin! ovonhiK. lort'to rncry mi will urrU'o hi I Ilia illltl Wrll work luM'o ,.ul! fit-- i-hool thai toatgf.t. Ituaiu UniviiiK this STANDARD REDUCES PRICE OF CADDO OIL hia lUifiml 'h wtiti iho iuiltnl iin SHVKSTII WAIIH-XOTKS. B II (Iroiiii of. Wanrun. Ohio, tor Hie i- ot Oliy'lou 81... ml Si'Wn I. Jnli. A to u fixiin of SO ViMilit In Kl-Hiliui Of Nurih hoitlnlutin iM'inlii I'll luiKlml Turtmlny I llu> Ouir Hoflnlntt u Ittinniliiril Oil Coininuiy of Uuulnliuva tUwi tinol'liiir fiO OCIIIH off uf uit'iv who vvtll uirtKo Martiuun. Kv O'Urlon. Untw, In (A common rly buking In CtH'k- ATTEND Neiroan's Great Stock-Taking Sale Our On
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