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IS iiochkstkii democrat and chiio.viclk. Friday. FEisitn.vTiY 22. 1920 SEW ADVtRJ ISEMES TS Harp-Guitar Is 'Three hi One' BURGLAR TRADE (Picture of Real D. A. R. Will Be TEACH FOLKS, Presented Irondequoit Chapter MEMORIAL BELLS GIVEN UNIVERSITY A 1 cLJm 1' I Continued frnm I'sje 17 manifest, I am certain that college men will have nothing to do with such performances. Says Sport Build Men "Rut when men are as Interested In the sport of the game as our football team has been this last season, and when alumni and graduates are equally Interested in their efforts, we should encourage it and hope for its development" President fibers said that he thought little or college football as a "business." hut ss a sport, he snld, "it roenns rcai development of manhood." STinrta r.n,l V.r.- lie, when they are supposed and Indulged In from pure student ir-teiest, said President Rhees are justified. At. ttm he suggested, such institution present a real 't" show that, the things they are capable of devrloninE maintaining as much interest, as i Paul Miller of 5 Bloominelalc Street and his harp-cuitar with twenty-one strings, one of country. Mr. Miller had the combination made to order SO that he could obtain extra bass notes, and he uses it largely in ac jcompanyins Croup singing when the heavier sound is par effective. A harmonica Father of Mrs. Hovey, Mrs. G. D. Forsyth's Mother, One Who Fought British This afternoon at a celrbratlon of Washington's birthday by Irondequoit Chapter, D. A. In the chapter home, Livingston Perk, Mr. George D. Forsyth will present to the chspter a picture of her late mother, Mrs. Margaret Judd Hovey, who was a "real" Daughter of the American Revolution. The gift will be accepted by Mrs. Arthur Sutherland, regent of the chapter. Maigart Judd was the daughter of Captain Freeman Judd, a soldier! in the Revolutionary War. phe born Marrh 19, 1M4, In Jefferson, Conn. She was married to John Hovey, and after her marring lived In Lock port, later In Rochester. Thev hud four children, son and three daughter, the only one now living being Mr. Forsyth. Mr. Hovey died In 1909 at the age of 95. Slitser and Poet In girlhood, she lived with her parents In a place so picturesque that It Is now reproduced on souvenir post cards as "One of the Old Home along Lake Erie," at Northeast, Ta. In her early life, she was actUe In that period that followed the great struggle for freedom, bridging over the deep prejudices engendered by the struggle, and restoring confidence with the new epoi of the renewed relations with the mot her country. Bhe was a devout Christian, a member of the Presbyterian Chuu She was an acknowledged writer of poetry. Much of her work was published, and received wide commendation. Pile wri a slneer and sang Ir church as s. leading soprano he was strict In her obseivance of the fiabbath and a person of rat character. She led a life of purity of purnnse and Integrity. While she ruled her household In strict obedl-1 enco, she never spoke a cross ird. but. ruled by love ana arrection. I ticulany mounted on the contrivance 7, A i MRS. MARGARET J. HOVEY She died having the confidence and reelect of all who knew her. Her father, Captain Freeman Judd, was burn at West bury, Mm, et an early date. With his brother, Daniel Judd, he volunteered In the K.xpedltion against Quebec in December, 177'i. The proceedings of (he Expedition were recorded end published in a journal, now a public record. Freeman continued in the servlr for some years and was In several battles in the Expedl tton. He later became interested in rellslous work and attached hlmr'f to the Methodist Church, official ices minister at various places. He had greht fnllh In prayer, hellevint; sincerely that that which was asKi fnr In the tine snirlt u-nulil he rr. celved. He died in March, 110, In his H.Vh year Sewn Other Dinighters Mrs llovry was one of eii'ht "real" Daughters, of whose mcmb ship Chapter Is proud The oth-rs were Miss Cynthia Ann Campbell, Mifs Coi Int hla Caipenter, Mrs, Almlra M. Dtisenbtrry, Mrs. Sarah Keyes Goler, Mrs. Mary Mil 3 extra-cur ricular activities, when gives him three instruments in one which can be played simul Tn. eivinK a unique and interesting combination. liner Horton, Mrs. Iiuls Korhe.Vi Pltl-in. dauchter cf Colonel Radio Reception Conditions three similar instruments in the Educators Will Broadcast Doings Arrangements have been made to broadcast the principal features of the convention of the Department of Superintendence, National Education Association, over Station WHK. Cleveland, on the following schedule: Saturday night, 7 to 10 o'clock. Monday night, fl 45 tn 7, Tuesday night. 7:05 to 7:30. Wednesday night 8.30 to 9. Thursday night, 6 to 8 15. CITY'S REALTY CONDEMNATION RULES LIKED Cincinnati Officer Plans To Emulate Them There, If He Can, He Says Cincinnati, Feb. 21 (Special On his return from an extended visit to Eastern cities to study the laws of those cities as regards the taking of private prop- jertv for nuhlic use. Cltv Solicitor John I-. r.llis was high his nraiBf' of th, inr1 nnd ori1'- nances of the City of Rochester N. Y. Solicitor Ellis declared that he proposes to seek similar authorl'y in this city to condemn property along streets which the administration desires to widen and extend. One feature of the Rochester practice which especially pleased Mr. Kllis was that of levying assessments on the benefitted ares. City Solicitor Ellis said he had gained much information regard- lnC excess condemnation from a 'uny of Rochester ordinances and New York State laws. Much of will be useful, he believes, in the controversy which centers around the widening of East Oth Ithoujrh. he polnta out. it can have no immediate effect on the court battle over excess condemnation In that thoroughfare, Rochester Exposition stands the vinced by what he heard there that iel riorhest-r, and Mrs. Matili'a iiarKtiam imun sented, one diplcling a family looking over New Tork City from the Wool worth tower, another giving the none too Intellectual conversa tion of two "stenoga" caught in a isnowstrom, and the third with the; Interior of a pawnshop as the setting. KINDEST TRAFFIC CZAR DISABLED Jim Schcrmerhorn III, Hundreds Miss Him Policeman James Keller mcrhorn. for niany years attached to the Urn- MAY LOWER EXPOSITION NIGHT FEE Continued frnm I'ajte IT with the loss we sustained in the death or Mr. Edwards. "As secretary H'Vl mannger lie eonytnntly wor'ring on the Kx- Potion. He was always studvlr bis job, always working, and w'as overwor that finally caused the final breakdown. eryone has the very be-d words to ay about Kddie Edwards, not only for him personally, but. for thi i very efficient manner In which he handled the Kxposltion and Horsi: i Show." President Fairrhild then Inti I duced Carl F. Beisliold, former uid to Mr. Edwards, who will serve aa temporary secretniv until someor.e Is choien to sucrred Mr. Kdwaids. i Mr. P.eghold said he welcomed opportunity to serve the Kxpnsi-j tion snd would endeavor to fill tire: ksp that had been caused by death of his former chief. Directnrs FJectrd The association unanimously elerted the following director to serve for the ensuing year: Atkinson Allen, William B. Boot 11- bv, John 11. Bourne. Thomas B. Carroll, Herbert I Ca-h, Gcoige W. Dunn, William f. Purnan, Joseph; r- i r-i t- t- i i F. Engel, Elmer L. I-airrhlld, Cm II S. Hallauer, F. W. Hngerman. Max' Holt. J. Howard Kldd, P.ov Kates, Frederick S. Miller, V. Miller, T. Pengally, William Pitkin, Charles G. Porter. Roland O. r.oberts, William J. Simpson, Charles H. Vick, Joseph F. Weiicr, Mayor Joseph C. Wilson, and George E. Woodcock. After the meeting of the association the directors met and unanimously re-elected Mr. Fslrchlld president. All other officers were re-elected, e.s follows: Frederick MillCr Joseph F. Weller; trens- tirer, William Foothby; execu- live committee, Mayor Wilson and Mr. FairehlWt. ex-nfficlo: Rov Kates. Herbert B. Cash, and Carl la. Hallauer Two new associations were given representation In the association, ithe Retail Merchants' Council of the Chamber of Commerce and the Humane ttocicty. the representa-j tives of the Retail Merchants' Coun- cil are Gilbert C. Mr-Curdy, of Mc- Curdy Company; Roland f) Rob- crU, of Weed A Company; Her- i 1 TEACHERS TOLD Monroe County Association Elects Charles D. Cooper Head at Annual Meeting "Education Is a superway life," Dr. John W. Laird, minister of the Brighton Presbyterian Church, told members of the Monroe County Teachers' Association at their annual meeting In Brick Church Ir.stitute, yesterday afternoon, spfaking on "The Fine Art of Being a Teacher." "The teacher should be the Incarnation of educational progiess," he continued, "and he or she must show evoence of growth in his or her own personality if they are to make a nne art of their teaching, 1 he, self a teacher of subjects, but a teacher of folks. If she Is a teacher ot personality, there can he nothing but romance a life like that. She must be able to inspire her pupils with a passion for excellence not only in cultural subjects, but In health education, and to build into them ideas of sportsmanship that will enablu them to act well their parts in life." Dr. Laird said that the young people should be Inspired with idca'j of their social responsibility, and declared that the boys and g.rls of today are a tine, upstanding lot of young people, the pessimists to the contrary. Before Dr. Laird address, W. W. H. Mustaine. supervisor of physical education in the state education department, discussed "Health and Physical Education." The morning session opened with the singing of "America" and the pledge of allegiance, followed by selections by the GirlB' (line Club ot Honcoye Falls High School. There were greetings by Thomas Coffee, superintendent of schools, Falrport, president of the association, and a piano solo by David Greene. Service Science Demonstrated T'u nf the-ninmlrvj sea- or service oy ui- plan of personal development which he originated, and which he has taught to more than 250.000 students in all parts of the world. It is a science of co-operation, of good will, and of developing human I energies along lines that will keep it working fur the good of civilization. Dr. Sheldon Illustrates his talks with a number of Interest-compellin'j diagrams. The more than 500 men and women in attendance listened to him with appreciation and Interest, After his talk, there were four group meetings, each led by a dis trlct superintendent, W. W. Hay- field, John Maiiorn, urea vv. run anil Mark B. Furman. The morning session closed with a discussion of "Problems of the Elementary School Teacher" by Dr. Herman Cooper. The following officers were elect ed: President, Charles D. Cooper, Hilton; vice-president, rorest K. Caton, Speneerpoit; secretsry, Mrs. Beatrice Scofield, principal. Rush, and treasuier, John E. Demorest. i mn.r Vpprt'ina V-namDCl ivldll Ixll pin fn I rtmiirinn Albany Hureaa -Demiicrat and hronlrle Albany, Feb. 21 A. Edwin Crockett, assistant secretary of the chamber of commerce, came tn Albany today to discover the status of! I pending legislation in which the chamber is interested. Mr. Crockett said he had Intended to attend I hearings Tuesday but was unable Jews, many of them mailed to the various captains, by acquaintances ho desired to participate In the buiiding fund campaign. Mwtinj Tomorrow The final noon-day repoit meeting i scheduled for 12:13 o'clock today. In the Powers Hotel ballroom. No meeting will be conducted tomorrow, and the teams will make their final report Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. Chan man la.t evening warned the campiltners that the ni'ist difficult portion of the campaign lies before them Many of the teams, he said, have covered their districts quite completely, and the grtstrr portion of the large gifts that are being aectirert by the Special Gifts Committee already have been reported. Work-ers were urged to study the list of givers carefully, and. if possible to get increases from their friends nd acquaintances, who have si' ready given. If this is done. Mr Stein said, and If the teams see to it that every prospect Is given opportunity to contribute, there Is a good chance of the million dollar total being realized by the time the workers gather Sunday night Yesterday Totel Of SHOWS DECLINE IN ROCHESTER In Consequence of Which Insurance Rates Are Cut on Insurance rates In Roc hcster continue to tumble. Following announcement 9 of slightly lower automobile liability Insurance premium on pleasure cars and radical cut tn automobile (lie and theft Insurance, reduction In the rout of burglary insuranr on merchandise are now mailt known. Monroe County, under dote of Feb. 11, received reductions from JO to 50 per cent. In buig'ary rate applying to mot mercantile open lock In factories, stores, and warehouse. Alcohol and furs wrie anions the few atork that got an Increase, Reductions In certain rlaaei of merchandise, auch a men and boys' clothing, radio equipment, and tires and tube were heavy. Only a few months ago resilience burglary lates were radically reduced tn Rochester, The reduction ate owing to the policy of the bureau companies In keeping their rate In clone tela-tionship to losses. Rochester I one of the cities In which burglaries have declined. On the other hand, rates for the District of Columbia were Increased 50 per rent, on account of a crime Increase. College Men Revive Annual Senior Ball The senior ball, a time honored feature of commencement week at tha University of Rochester, Is to be conducted again this year after lapse of three years, it has been decided by the senior class at the College for Wen. James H. Galloway has been selected chairman of the committee. Abandonment of the hall was brought about because of deficits In class treasuries, but the senior class this year hopes to have money to spare, and college belles re beginning their campaigns In earnest, to win the honor of an Invitation to the ball. East Rochester Girl on Syracuse Honor Roll Miss Joeephine E. Furman, daughter of Mark B. Furman of East Rochester, one of the county district superintendents, a sophomore In the home economics department, Syracuse University, has the distinction of being the only sophomore on the collrge honor roll. She Is a graduate of Eist Rochester Hlth School. A'VV A VER TISEMESTS WANTED Loads to and from Buffalo for large dependable truck. Reasonable rates. A CALL CLENWOOD MM Young Lady Experienced Office Clerk Shorthand not essential but should be typist. Apply in own handwriting stating- age, experience and salary expected, XX-29, This Office TTASH Main 211 Within Two Mile Circle Green Taxicab Co. For Our Extra Coupon Sale FANCY 2 lbs. for 17 JP Dollar Cup Et- MILAND'S I 27 A I All ATC mm DRESSING F.I Pnt Jmr "On DcUsr CaupM Eitrs" 3f PAYNE COAL COKE DUNHAM 34 Bronion Ave. Genet 586 Checker and Inspector en slumlnum die cuttlnji. Musi have thorough koowltds at precision mesiurtnff tn.trumcmt snd blue print. Good opportunity. Call or writ employment office. Doehler Die Casting Co., N. Y. 35 CAB MAIM 2 Passengeri, 3 Miles, 35c Within Boundaries BERMUDA A "MtfTtreni" vacation wnh the charm ot a tnp to Lurone 6-Day Tours $97 ind up. inciuHnfc evevy pfpe of leanicr, hotel uj tide trips. GilbertSteamshipAgency Authorized Bnndrd Agrnti Powers Building 19 Stite Rochester, N. Y. mmm supplies AT PRICES THAT APPEAL Send for Fre. Illustrated Catalog and Prices Plumbin and Hesllnf Material Sinci USD BARR CREELMAN CO. M.ui HOIS 71 EXCHANGE ST. AUTO GLASS Drive Iniide Our Building Low Prices, Immediate Service Melen Glass Works 92 Front St. Opp. Market 1692 MAIN 1693 GILMORE'S GERMICIDE SORE THROAT 1 COLDS-LaGRlPPE Sine. HI 2, (,,, nd mttrnsl anti.rpiic Md in Sold Roc heater ALL DRUG STORES Fussy Folks STATE AUTO a i 4 LAinAntjt 43S STATE ST. FOR Washing $1.50 Alemiting $1.00 up tndimr l-llt. NO WAITING Main 1 HO 10 SPECIAL week-end SALE LARGE BOX ASSORTED SPRING FLOWERS You "ill urpried st tlie vilu snd delighted with tin content o( our irerisl box. Rochester Moral Co. 33 Franklin St. Postmaster Will Give Geo. Washington Talk Postmaster 'ohn B. Mullan will ba guest speaker this evening at th annual George Washington drnnr of the Sons of the American P.evrv llution In the Hotel Seneca H'l subject will be "George Washington Henry fjmpert Is president of th "rFanira'ion and Hosrd V. K. Palmer la chairman of the dinn committee George F. Frank wiU be guest solois r'irif Sion. J4SJ verslty Avenue Station, and assigned The Sagamore Address bv Rev. to the East Avenue beat In the day-1 Dr. George Y. Kettell on 'Impor 'ant Qualities of Modern Cltliensliii). ime "i Bo8rd of Roch- hla friends, has been confined 12 15 n. m. they are as Interested in thnt as in i athletics, and then they to ac-1 quire a true education. Dr. P.aibnur stressed four thlnes: i straight thinking, good will, honesty and love of (iod. Much trouble I1" 'auseo mis worm, ne said ny prr-judice and preconception, which warp the straight course of thought. '11b Integers, Snjs narhmir lie advised the alumni to "be in their human relation- ships. An Integer, he said is a per son who Is open and above board in his dealings. Those who are not integers are fractions one thing above the line, where people can see. them, and another thing below the line, the quality which is de- ceptive. "There are enough nersons to create chasms: what Is needed t. large number of persons willing fill up the breaks between 'groups," he said. Nearly 300 men were present. Entertainment was featured by music, bv a college orchestra and by the Glee. Club, directed by Theodore Fitch. Several original acts were Included In the Glee Club program. Today's Doings Eastman Theater Annual trnnsfer nf lines and Washington Hirttiniv eVerrlM'S. 8 .30 a. m. luncheon for standard hearers snd O. A. R. at Umisch Lomb Plant. 12 noon. C'hamher of Cnmmerco New clti-icns' supper, 6.30 p. m. lintel Seneca Founders' hinrheon of Kochester F'ederation of Women's Clubs .1 p. m. Elks' ciuh-Cnneert snd dance of Elks itoya nana. p. m. Y. W. C. A. -Conference of high school girls. 1 p. m. P. A. II Chapter Mouse Washington's birthday lum-heon ot Ironde-I iirii Chapter, noon. Convention llall-llal masque or Frontier Lodge, I. O. O. 8 IW n. m. Christ Episcopal Church Noonday Lenten address bv Canon H. Adye I'ntthsrd of New York. The Sagamore-Flection meeting of Fetter Business Bureau, 12 15 m. I naptist Temple, Tloom 2 Meet- i ing of Rochester Law Enforcement Committee, 3 45 p. m. Memorial Art Gallery-Exhibition of sculptures bv George Htlhert snd paintings oy American artists, 1 to 5 i p. m. i Municipal Museum, Edgerton Park. I 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. I Limherton Consrvstorv, Highland Park, lt a. to 5 p. m. Public I Ihrirles Central Llhrarv. 9 a. m. to p. in 12 branch libraries 'I to p. m. Municipal Museum. Edgerton Park Nature Club motion pictures and nature scenes by Frances Uurtler, p. m. Tomorrow's Doings Towers Tint el -Address bv Dr Stephen S. Wise before the City Club, on "The tlreakdov. of the Amertran Home Who is Responsible? 12 .15 m. Temple TteritH Knrleih -Talk bv Dr Ve on For the Honor of tha 10 30 a. m. Women's Cltv Club Reeltal bv Helen A. Currin darner: dinner at musician ann c.ioi lotiowea by recital. Y. A Western New York high school girls' conference, morning and afternoon. Fifty Year A jeweliy name for years. Rosenberg's, Jewelers and watchmakers. 89 State St. STAB II.ANS SI IT Ml 1 Culver Chapter, O. E. will ihave a tureen supper at the Odd 1 Kellowa Temple. ulver Koad. to-. i morrow evening at 6 30 o'clock, are requested to call Mrs. Emma Hnurk, Culver 1M3-W. The sunner comm ttee includes Mrs jF.mms Hauck. chairman, Mrs Wil- Iiam Bay, Mrs Ada Smith. Mrs i Anna Wyle and Mrs E. Le Walter Husbands rf members are invited Regular business meeting will fol- the supper Fitra! And Not Ma; be! The thousands of Rochester housewives who are busv collect i i i I i Although radio stations did not ponseas their normal volume, and as a result were fewer In number than usual, even tl piost critical listener should have been satisfied last evening for there was entertainment of all kinds in abur. dance. A little list of features received between 7 and 10 o'clock was Jotted down, showing tha nature of the programs received, and those who say there la a predominance of Jazi In the air ought to be convinced to the contrary as a result. Of twelve features, two, the Pprkrrs and the Serenade, Were undoubtedly of a lighter nature than the rest: that Is, Jazz cr what some persons prefer to term mnd- ell) luwniu, lliiliu hit. nuin VI lie 1 program. A third feature "Rapid Transit" consisted of scries of comedy sketches, and on-sequcntly belonged to this group of lighter programs. Four other programs were essentially heavy. The Eastman School of Music program, for eximple. pre. senting Louise Leonard, soprano, and a string quartet playing chamber music, was one of these. A fifty-piece orchestra, heard from 9 to 9:30 o'clock In several symphonic numbers, the Stromberg-Carlson Orchestra with Victor Wagner conducting, and the Little Symphony Orchestra over the Columbia Network, were the other members of this group. Then there was a group of three programs that might be called a half-way group These programs, the Sentinels. Milady'a Musicians, and the Maxwell Concert, were not jazz, and yet could not be classed as heavy music. Lastly there was drama: a play, "The Gentleman from by the WGY Players, and a stock company presentation over the Columbia network composing this group. Those who did not hear the sketches of New York life from WEAF at 9 30 clock, missed one of the entertaining features of the week. Three sketches were pre- belt W. Rramley, of Sihl-v. Lindsay high among the expositions of the to come. Ctlrr Company; H. Wilbur Graves. I continent and that its horse show Gasoline tax measures, labor lcg-of H. B. Graves Company; and considered the best. Mr. Fair-1 Islatinn, the water pollution bill, William R. Johnston, of Forman child notified the directors that, taxation time limitation proposal. Company, The Humane Society because of the loss of Mr. Edwards, and other matters interest the is represented by Atkinson Allen. mnie worlj wouM he expected and chamber, Mr. Crockett said He rx- demanded of them this year and ap- i pects to make periodic, visits to the Industrial F.ihihlN Praised pealed to them to support him In capital during the session to keep A letter was rid from Herman an effort to make the 1W9 show a In personal touch with legislative Russell, vice-president of the Roch- success. activities, or lack of them, ester fins A Electric Corporation, I J. 7. M. A. Campaign Passes Half Way Mark of $1000,000 Seen and Heard the Genesee Hospital for more than a month. Hla condition Is serious Jim Schernterhorn, as he was known to scores of persons who frequented East Avenue dally, was the friend of small children and elderly folks, who found difficulty and danger in making their way across the path of swiftly moving traffic. Frequently he would hold up a long line of motor cars to escort an elderly woman or a group of small school children from one curb to another. Often in the course of his tour of duty in East Avenue, Patrolman Schermei horn would be called on to direct traffic at the Goodman Street corner, and he usually performed this function In the fashion of a Swedish gymnastic Instructor putting his charges through a course In calisthenics. Jim Schermerhorn Is one of the most likable policemen on the force He was first taken iil many months ago. After long confinement, he recovered sufficiently to return to his duties He was stricken the eee- ond time thlrtv-flve rlav. has been lying in a hospital bed ever since. Don't He knows what he rnino in ornrr ror you and fine It don give In to him. I read In a ij iwrui me, ouvh;" I And who ht waiting for. named Jimmy a bad boy 1 I.kl. a. kl.L V. a 1 ur, -nun me ibi Continued from I'S IT Boy (quite terrified): "Ma oh, Ma. Don't tell the policeman. irve mm raae me away. aia. 1 11 be good. Ma." F. F. "Good! You don know what the word means There, there you go again, squirming! Stop that crying' Stop It I ssy! Everyone In the store looking at Roy: "Hu-bu-but, Ma." F. F. "Shut up. I tell you" Wait res appears. The women Jfive their orders: Two rornbeef sandwiches, coffee, and a chocolate fudge nut sundae with whipped cream and maraschino cherries). F. F. (With a look, commonly characterlied ss daggers, at the noyj: nat il be Have' Humnh He's going to get smacked" Waitress: "Hut I mean what he going to eat?" IF. F. superficially glances over the menu): "Oh. bring him a. cold pork sandwich" Boy: "Can I have eome Ire cream too. Ma? II don like pork." t. r. iouii ear nai i i. 'mats right. Mabel, expressing his appreciation of the Industrial exhibits at the 1928 Ex position. The association, throuch a resolution, expressed Its thanKs I to the corporation for Its material 1 co-operation In handling tite 1928 show. I May-r Wilson, In a hi iff address. assured the asociation of his con- tinned active support and ssld that the loss of Mr. Edwards should spur others on to extraordinary effoits' to maintain the exposition at the! high standard Mr. Edwards estab-i lished. Mayor Wilson said the ex-j high standard Mr. Edwards estab lished. Mayor Wilson said the ex- positi had proved a jto the and had maUe Koches'er better known all over the continent. He added that the balance sheet of last rsr should not be a iliscour- agemen'. that the same situation was met hv all other expositions and fairs and that in all prob- ability would show different result. Tell of Kochetter's Rank Short addresses also weie made by Maurice H. Esser, general secretary of the Chamber of Treasurer Boothby, who gave an outline of the recent convention of the Association of Agricultuial Sj-cieties of New York State ar. stated th Rochester Exposition is rated among the first three In the Miller, who th Fxltuin who told some of the plans Mr Ed Star, HoHlcultuial Society and bt Nor. "president FUrrhlld cave an 'ou'ltr of his visit to tn annual!r cf the Tmon't Fxpositlnn Ajsociation and said he eon-' 1 I I i molt once wnere Kins are made or broke in the first six years Don you let him get away with nothing with you." F. F. Believe me. he dont get away with nothing with me Hia father he lets up on him. aometlmes. But not me. I oin tn Continued from Tata 17 Mr. Jrph Joronlow, Juliun fh-nwui. Arthif Litmkv, Dr. n1 Mi Hrnirt I.v LeHil L-vv. Wilhxm I k. kl a r- AtKn Kduin Wvner 1 )i and Mrs fi'm-irti lH. Meien, Samuel HusenniiHim. "ro" Mr and Mnj. llnrrv Rosen her. Samuel E. l.inskv. Morns M. Mever. '-Sl-MrBnd Alole. Manuel 'l Goldman. Maxwell Posner, iHX lorier. KIlen'hoKin. Simon Feldman, lm oh Fisher dn Frankel. Dr Julius Greenhaus, Is. 'j Dr and Mrs Kn mini. Fmanuei Knve'eki. Mr and I.Mrs lose Lew. Di D.iv.d H. ken rtelsnn. Max T. "Messmgei, Alic.t Musk, Claren -e A Ns'-timsn. Mr snc Mrs Si liilbert A. Nu haun. Mr. aa'i Mrs. Zurie Gais. Air, M. Iresent, Rufus ftosi Abraham Sih.Umnn. Noah P. Shr. Mr. and Mrs. A'l-ert Sieeel. Josen K. Hilverstein. Mvmin Tsnenhaum AhrnhHrn M. Weinberg. Hrrv RosHnt'loom Vaver Prerler Mis Ani P.usfnhloorn Levy Brothers, Charirx ii'lipt Hoslwuk. IJjo -Jerrv Mee.tbin. mes Pemon Anzaiat. Isari- Uilhe.1. Gcel-stone Mknutti-tunr. -ipanv. The trams reported an unusually large number of pledges from non- Reported Division Chairman A William Black Dr. Pol C. Davidson A. Philip Gates Hyman KolKo Mrs Bernard Rose Joseph P'lverstem Arthur Sloman Total Teams Division Committee Grand Totals No. Subs. 64 11 ir. l.9 10O 116 it 138 lS 22 1,010 make aomething out of him, or break him, believe you me Sit I ing Harts value Coupons will around there, Jimmy! Sit up like (rejoice over the Extra Coupon Sale Boy: "Ma ma, rouidnt I have juss little bit of Ice cream?" this week-end! With nearly all the i V. W. -Yo. keep quiet when Guce and me Is talking. Keep! big price cuts you et an extra stni. near mer isow com say another word U' one-dollar certificate as well as Vl Ice presi, lent 7w "unvf h. F. tmh. I know he i. F. "He waiting for a ITI. I rinkei(a lK. ..,.1 ---t-'- boy women lunge ravenously. The small boy picks up his sandwich, which! 2 lbs 17c; salad dressing i improvement of the show I ilJ'y distasteful to him. and trie, to nibble at a corner. Thia. j7e full pt. Jar; toilet tlseue. 1 Dunn of W.Cr' was In-; of course, meet, with the instant disapproval of the First Fat Woman, rol for 2.V; sugar. lb; Van trrcfd "IOC I per Zn? XZ i who apparently wanta th boy to be ommvorous-at least with his Camp milk. -c tall can; tuna dee" of the a-sociaMon He is a portion of tha noonday repast. There Is another painful all Itght meat, 17e can; Kig representative the New York regular coup-ma. it a great op- i whi! mmvme rnnsiiiermhlv on vour food needs. We name a few of rne manv nrice ruts: rtm-v rice. rntinri SV lb: fresh cut hamhurg. 19c rres'v pot rst. hs lb lean boiling beef. 17c lb A4. I some wmmpcring on rne part or WjVtlu Coffee, lac lb. At sir meat Amount No. Subs. Amount Qimra 4M3 32 4.17 1J0 28 63 237 97 672 44 74 D.2U32 41 26 7.173 32 47? 22 342 i fi.1 1(1103 65 441 2'ori6 61 37 7 5A4M 43 00 14 66 arista WW 23 932 62 54 oninon 4nj 1462 66 104 56 3 Win 74 6. 00 73 025 00 71 $121.629 56 17 I691.0S1.74 6 imaraet. a main utreet K-ast. nearir.ot missed an annual mctir.g since the next table, and who h-i. seen; there ar. some savings he a member of the a presently, and receives his checkjWf! Tend-r steaks. itr.n. mA A 1.1,...-. T-4-. wrnr mo, pam.u. ana A nian who has been sitting at and heard the ertire drama, arises from the WSltreSS. I. MR; 'I Pr hH expect that k.d, some Mothers Pay. to send her bonbon. Waitress: should-and srrir.kle them with arsenic." Ourta"

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