New Castle News, January 28, 1921, Page 32

New Castle News

January 28, 1921

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Issue date: Friday, January 28, 1921

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New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1921, New Castle, Pennsylvania Reception Will SEASON ON; PALM BEACH MECCA OF SOCIETY C.cctl \v< 4\ Ш«ЧЧ hist evening 41 held at invited to Closing the Citizen lngs at the    Y M.    C A there will    he a    rerept which time evt ryone i; meet the speakers who have partiei | pated in the program. This even inc's chief speaker, Dean Will t.i.tnt j Chambers, of the I niversit> 01 l i G" burgh, is well known here and un doubtedly    a number of    Ins friends will be at    the Y    M c    A to    meet him. Dr. Henr> ivlnower. an educator j of note, will t>e present tin- even lag and will Show a number of charts and diagrams showing the eompan-son of salaries of teachers in t his state to the salaries of other -t tea. The meeting will he espeidally interesting from the teachers standpoint and Superintendent Bon Gra ham has requested that every teach or in the city attend and hi iiig with with her a parent. French Designers Protest Dress Edict (International News Senu'tO PARI S. Jan. 2S. i ardiiuil Du hois’ recent edict against dancing and modern dress in 1* ranсe has brought forth loud protests from leading dressmakers. Among these Taul Poiret. on»' of the leaders of French fashions, is bitt r against the Archbishop of Paris. M. Poiret considers that decency in dress ig a matter of interpretation and la A n." He admits that nothing which is * \ aggerated is harmonious, but when Cardinal Dubois says that dresses .¡re too rich Paul Poiret replies that church officers have always liked luxurious gowns for their own us -He recalls that in time gone ’b> priests wore richly embroidered gowns in gold and silver Heaven cites those who wore silk son-kings and furs and seriously ass- ws r - v did not wear such dresses : *i <*« in-fort. M. Poiret admits, howov *r. that the decollet¡s Parisiennes :. vor so much are often too exaggf rat» «*• He further points out that if Cardinal Dubois’s edict was to 1 • taken Whir?, he hint не If distributed l,‘ usually sent warnlngH to shophoidora and signed bis letters I he ( hl« f «» the Mailed Cist Dang ” T  -..........""" Railroad Rates May Be Reduced Kail |,\«Mtili\e« III Ц««ня|«|Ц Мну Take I St.«,» Toward siimulHlin* lt«ll* rimil Trillile ( International New» N«*rvir#«) OIIICA(K) Jan ‘.-’v Hail chiers of нот«» of the leading transportation ну at etn h of the coUlU r> . ohm ned In* hind cloned doors Iter.- today *«» di«« cu»« d**« i < a «*d btisifioH’- Two ib* fin it*- ftn*v*-i to iftnidy the situ at ton .11** rortaih to be di * un *•*! mvordlng to ni«II well Informed r< r a rdi n у bappealng*' in n»Hroa«l « u ,-lOH Thf ftro i a plan to redo -wagen .if employ * * the о of on ! templates a reduHb^ii in freight »ad pasH*mg«r rates* »•» finitila te t raffs* let V j Seventh Ward New* ; i \s a n-sult Of the cold wave that has swept the continent folks are flocking to Palm Beach. Florida. One of the first arrivals waw ................... Mrs. Oeoil Sieger, of X* w York ami Van- 1 ne *    ifnXilt    IBM    I    1*1    *    *    *    *    ^ Singer enjoying a ride alone Un* stir i on a mattres,    ^    #    . seriously by Frenchwomen and If * dared fa n s'ai.uajnt warning    P^!-    ^    p., * ••* they gave up their Stylish dresses people a gams- pnrcha-ing diem    fol|rthft    uf    . \>    at    go some 400 000 women einployetl in    «tD-nd    tup.    .< p.*..'    ,«i ••    *? .rriir    Youths Active In ■  '♦   -     *“• • % Inspecting Canned    French Crime Wave _    _    mm    mm    m I Goods In Michigan (Internat V VRtS. J a t ф    .    Mdmg,    d*    pit* State Food Authorities \N i-ti Г«> <*«»*    д.. rge (hmuL FonUiitiing Botulinu' (1er ms * intermitiona.1 N- w s Service) LANSING, Mich . Jan s Slat food anti drug in-pec tors toda> at I .    ,    ,    »    i\...( u tii    e v*    r ! invest iga . *ug <a..iau -• *•'•-    *■* ; citv ill the stilt«-', as a result «■« ’ N , * . |, . .., . - , • * l? -i -i- it 4 dra to - a * deatns at »« an i a-ti ing poison foods < a pec ted of containing Dotui son will be destroyed Th jeans have a svv«>! n*u appear |a peculiar odor. Fred L M state food and dm.' insp Hut ! » v d сGroceries et Special Pricesfor Saturday and Monday Only or Spring Wheat Fbur, per яа«-к - -Commeal, 10 lb. sack, granulu * i Good Luck ( Heo, «> lb. pkg...... Alco Xut Oleo, 5 lb. pkg........ Crisco per  .................. Navy Beans, 5 lb-. for  ....... Canned Corn, 5 can for ....... Peas, Early June, par can...... Prunes, per lb................. Campbell a Bakvd Beans  ..... CampbelCa Tomato S<*up....... Rolled Cats, b lbs. for ....... White Laundn** Soap, 10 bar - v>r P. к G. Naptba Soap, 10 bar*- *«»r Creamery Butter (tub), p«u : Cabbage, per bushel .  ........ Baldwin Appb'S i’**r b1 " i e -1 »aporated Milk, 2 large ean Rice, fancy head, 2 b ' tor . .    . . • (lyster and Stnla < rn-k* i*s, in •» * Potatoes, bus e*l............. Rice (broken), 2 lbs for..... (Sfoa, bv the lb,, jh*i lb   - Corn Flakes, adiitigton ( Visp-) Roll(*d Cats, per pkg ........... Leather Faced Cloves, pa г  ---- Knit Wrist < anvas Cloves, pair .. Graham Flour, 10 lb. bag....... Buckwheat Flour, 10 lb. bag ---- Sugar, ]>er lb . . ♦ * *.....^..... Oranges, mediuni -izeo, . - a * 1. F>aporat»*<l Sweet < ‘orn, lb Moliispes, (New i)rleans), gallon .... Table Syrup, gallon ............... ( V>ffee, good iii«>, lb................ Santo ('*>ffee, fancy, ?> lbs. for....... (limax Soap, per box MbD barsL... Lenox Soap, per box, (120 bar^/ .... Octagon Soap, per box, < 100 bar-) . . P. к Soap, per box, (100 bars > ...... 1,75 1 58 23 30 0*x 12 12 i ( * r Ofi ( 07.e DC, .15 1 2c 1 2c 11 30 .55 08 52 1 00 1 75 25 <>5 .18 1 45 25 20 .11 .12 .25 ДО 75 .68 09 .38 .35 1 45 1 45 20 1 00 4 50 4.75 6.85 6.50 Orders of Five Dollars Worth or Over Delivered Free of    the DAVID NELSON 666 East Washington St.    Bell    Phone    677 Union I hone 35Ox d noi M* n t * : à If i i w i> DHt nauiht i\ mie«) iio-rii e \ i s 11 is 1*11 i -»ж IK.II , j • » « j \ i 11 : \ i s » « ♦ к i s - r * • î i * s \. , mi- i <** 111 » * s DI'14 it I ‘ m I V I« Ml I I N »N « ‘I ‘ . I ' TO BOYS! A JAR FULL OF MONEY Look For This Sign In the Window of the Arrow Clothes Shop, Washington St. Qhe best guess ъ/ins the jar fill of money' JeaOc your quess mude 'ШИ? intestOpenOnly toBoysOiiderEghteffl How Much Money in the Jar? If You Guess Right YOU KEEP THE MONEY! 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