Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 5, 1929 · Page 9
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8. 1929 , IMPORTANT EVENTS IN WORLD CENTERS th6 fuie. OftcftitortAlly th« king h*« come to Rome whan an official rare- tlon has (Sailed him and thl* yeaf also came In July to review the war veterans in Juljf, when they held their annual convention. / By THOMAS ft.' MOHGAM, Staff Correspondent. ROME, Nov. 6.—Italy Has recently faced, with a series dt legislative provisions, the problem of Juvenile crlrnl- nality which had begun to assume dis^ quieting proportions Mere. Italian sociologists, university professors and followers of the liombrosb tradition have written largely on the subject, and It has been generally recognized that the steadily Increasing criminality of the-juvenile classes depends on the precocious character of the general education unconscldusly absorbed by the children and youths of today. A recent order of Minister of Justice Alfredo Rocco instituted the first juvenile correctlonary courts in this country. The ministers' order institutes throughout Italy a^pecial magistra- tufa to deal with offenders under the ago of 18. The magistrates selected to preside over the tribunals for juvenile offenders are to be chosen with especial care by the ministry of justice from among the regular body of penal magistrates. The importance of the measure Just introduced consists In the fact that the Italian law for the first time recognizes the juvenile offender as being In quite a distinct category from the criminal of full age. The sittings are to be taken behind closed doors, and the reports of the cases will not be allowed to be published in the press without special sanction of the magistrate hearing the case. The parents or guardians of the youthful offenders will be requested to attend the trial and to give evidence if required. The national philanthropic Institution known as the Maternity and Children's Welfare association is to be asked to send one of its officials to the court when a Juvenile offender is being tried. .The magistrate will seek the cooperation of the official, whose duty it will be to inquire into and report on the antecedents of the accused, his upbringing and surroundings. Joseph A. Dupuls of Boston, manager of the' Rome branch of the American Express company, was the. winner of the Dombre trophy In golf this year. The trophy competitions were held on the course near Villa d'Este on the lake of Como, which Is one of the finest courses In North Italy. The trophy is put In competition for >the hotel managers and tourist directors in the whole of Europe and aspirants for the golf championship of tourists agencies and hotels came to contest the trophy from all the countries where there is a strong t< :rlst traffic, namely France, Switzerland, Italy and Germany. The' Swiss delegation was especially strong as there are a large number of hotels In Switzerland which announce as one of their chief attractions, the proximity of golf courses. Mrs. Alice Warder Garrett, wife of the American ambassador, John Work Garrett, has arrived in Rome and, as soon as the envoy presents his credentials to the king, -will begin to hold her formal and informal functions for both the diplomatic corps and the American colony. FOr Clear radiant Beamy For that clear, radiant beauty of complexion so much desired by every woman* thousands use and recommend Plough's Face Powder. This dainty, high-quality powder applies smoothly, adheres lastingly and lends to the complexion its own natural beauty of texture and tint. If you have never tried this fine powder try it today. Two sizes, popularly-priced, at all dealers. BLACKZEWHITE FACE POWDER NEW VOP-K • MEMPHIS' /AN rR.ANCI/'CO • The king Is still at his summer home in San Rossore but will return to Rome in November, when he -will take . up his official residence in the Quirlnal 'palace and have his living establishment In his town house at Vila Savoia. King Victor has received many disr tinguished foreign yisltors at the lodge - at San Fossore but these have generally been' visiting, foreign ministers and distinguished foreigners who were passing through. It has always been the custom of the entire royal family to remain at San Rossore, which ia In Tuscany, until. the late fall and this year they are making no exception to $4.00 A Round Trip Philadelphia Sunday, November 17 SPECIAL THROUGH TRAIN Leaves Saturday Night Preceding Excursion Lv. Altoona 11.30 F. If. RETURNING Lv. Philadelphia (Broad Street Station) 7.9.00 P. 1C. ALL STEEL EQUIPMENT Pennsylvania Railroad RADIO ALTOONA RADIO 1318 12th Ave. ELECT CO. Dial 9318 i i No More Scrubbing —if you coat your Linoleum with this water-proof and grease-proof finish. Hundreds of our patrons are using LINOCREX and find it is easy to apply and dries over night. It brightens up the old floor, giving it new life and lustre. One quart of this finish is sufficient for ( a 12x12 surface. Try a quart can tomor- i row. Gable's HOME FURNISHINGS BUILDING—SECOND FLOOR ana Wall Paper Two-Day Sale—Wednesday and Thursday Unusual values in new papers, suitable for all rooms. Best of styles. Buy now and save a third to a half. Regularly to20c Regularly 23c to 30c Bedroom Papers Kitchen Papers Hall Papers Dining Rooms Bedroom Papers Hall Papers Living Rooms Good Quality At 59c a roll. In this group you will find 30-inch Wall Papers of the finest makes that usually sell at 85c to $1 roll. Gable's HOME FURNISHINGS BUILDING—FIRST FLOOR I FOOT TROUBLES ARE SUCCESSFULLY TREATED HERE BY DAISY L, CRAMPTON, SURGICAL CHIROPODIST The Wflliam F. Gable Com Whoopees f 1/2 Price A combination garment consisting of garter belt or girdle with crepe ie chine step-in or pantie. All regular sizes. $3, $3.50 and $4.00 values for $1.50, $1.75 and $2. Uth AVENUE BUILDING THIRD FLOOR For Juniors! Dress Coats 69 Creating many ensembles from one coat becomes an intriguing pastime when one knows just what color harmonies fashion sanctions this season. A .dress that repeats the color of the coat in softer, more subdued tones may suggest a quiet ele- What Colors Can I Wear With My New Coat ? Blend Each New Dress With The New Winter Coat To Achieve A New Ensemble gance, while a dramatic bright-colored frock gives quite another type of smartness to the ensemble. Luckily too, if you can wear the theme color as represented by the coat, its fashionable variations and complementary colors are certain to be becoming as dresses. These Are The Major Variations Beautifully tailored Dress Coals of broadcloth and Vona cloth. These are in the new silhouette. Luxuriously furred with fox, wolf or caracul. Black, green, brown and gray. Sizes 13, 15 and 17. llth AVENUE BUIL-DINQ THIRD FLOOR Pictorial Review Fashion Quarterly For authoritative fashion information about the smart new modes in word and illustrations, see The Pictorial Review Fashion Quarr terly for winter. Now on sale at our Pattern Counter, 25c a copy. llth AVENUE BUI T .DING SECOND FLOOR Hosiery Repairing We repair Silk Hosiery for a very nominal sum. Leave it at our Hosiery Repair Section. •• llth AVENUE BUILDING BASEMENT Black with white, beige, Vionnet pink, azure blue, tamarak green, billiard green, lacquer red, bright blue. Brown with Patou rose, (rosy beige), eggshell, burnished gold, burnt capucine, rust, Vionnet pink, aquamarine blue, olive green. Green with leaf green, Patou's bright or olive greens with the darker tones, eggshell, yellows, burnished gold, burnt capucine, any of the beiges. Blue with ciel blue, green, blue, eggshell, beige, Patou rose, burnt capucine, Vionnet pink or tones of yellow* Red with beige, gray, eggshell, black, white, lacquer red, dark blue. Plum with the dahlia colors, ciel !>' Vionnet pink, luinuruk green, beige, blue fox brown. 1,000 Pairs Cadet Chiffon Hosiery $1.95 Value Never Sold Here at This Low Price Before Women's full-fashioned bilk hose of chiffon weight. Made with short hem and silk from top-to-toe. Exclusive Vandyke heel and toe. All are first quality. A splendid opportunity to purchase hosiery for Christmas gifts. 15 shades. llth AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR LECTURE under supervision of DOROTHY ETHEL WALSH noted decorator DRAPERY FABRICS TO USE IN DIFFERENT ROOM SCHEMES Thursday, Friday and Saturday Fine Woven Rayon Lingerie Heautit'ully tailored step-ins, bloomer panties, chemise- a;;d vests in lovely pastt- shades. An excep'iojially low price for the: arments. Choose 3 Garments for $1.50 DRAPERY DEPARTMENT llth AVENUE BUILDING— MAIN FLOOR at 2:30 p, m.

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