Times Herald from Olean, New York on December 12, 1928 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE CLEAN EVENING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1928. 'SIDE GLANCES - By George Clark ·Don't iou think I'm avifullj bravu James to do mj Christmas shopping all by in}self'.'" :-: In :-: .New York See-Sawing Up And Down Broadway New York, Dec 12--In a world that spins a bit hectically at time"; One night, I was jlhcse dajs. a faint suggestion of btaited for the rn mg themsehcs alone . . Some- limes Ihey cannot force their way through the doors, but turn away with tear-dimmed cjes . . . and sometime"! they sink into a pew and collnpse sobbing. The church attendants are accustomed to c%ery tort of emo- liorial demonslratton Years have brought before their ecs such diamas a« they cannot descnbe Firemen Name Officers, Grievance Committees f s i l i n u i i i . i , Dex 1 . 1-'--J T. 1'os- iliik Incite, .N'o. 1'J", llrolKiliood of l t i l l n . i t Trilimieii, has clttcd lie f o l n l n x otfkers: I'.i't ]irc-ident, M. .1. Cvniielh ; pre»lclpilt, J. ·· KollPtt: t l i c prseldent, \V. 0 Dill: ·circlirj, J.inic-. I-' Liilden: Iieas- uici. 1'. C. Itumii; u f f u l a l oi^iiii .uonl. I (me-, K. Uddvii: m i d U a l c\,i miner, Dr. Jaiiies IIipiicll. Local KrlciniiLC committee of the Hrle iiillrn.nl--J. 1". Iter.N ili.'ir- man: 0 II yiiimicrin.'iii. tUv iliair- linn. I. 1'. Cii-t. Mxretnr.v. ],iH.il K 'rie% 1111.0 lonmilttto of the B u f f a l o d l i i ^ i u n and Hahm ima j.inN of llie 1!. It. t'. i.iilro.ul-- .'liinif, i: Circw, i l i n l r i i M i i : C. 1'. (VII in«, t l i c i l i a i i m . i n : I!. T. Uoilie. .-wrei.ii}. I.mal E i i e t a m e (.oiniiilttec of the Middle dm-Ion of the 1 . li. *· '" r n l i n i i l -- H ' . f!. Pill, i l i i i i n i i i i : K. \j llronn UIP ih m m i n : K. .1 \'.l niiiinK Miiel u.\. ( ) r ' i i i i / l i i u i lomiHitloi' f"r Hie Tiic .in.l H It 1' i i l l i u i i l -- M I, Km_- I (! IVIiul. li T. liuUie. E. If all Shoots Bear And Doe Within Minute S i l i m i m i , Hoc. 1L'--Mi and M i ^ l.\inU H i l l . «lm !ii»\«l from Saliiiiniiii to Hiadfonl :i few weeks ,iL r '. Mr and Mr-. Howard Win- -ln|) nf Ui idford well K n o w n here, mil 1 l i n k I pIlHvrtou- and r.eonird O i k e s of Ifew C i t v . I'.i. Ime re- l u i i i p i l from n weok\ l i t i n t n u i n n it t h e i r camp In the Black roic-t in Pcnn-jh mla They lirousht w i t h thorn tlirce docs and one bear A tloo wa- Mint 1'v botli Mi. Win- ilii|i mill Mr. Lpthesro\c, and Mr. Hill '-lint lioth a doc and Ilic bear. .Mr Hall «liut the two animals within one minute, lie reports He Ind jti't shot the bear when he heard a rustle, and e\ncctln? It to be caused hy another lie.ir. saw one buck and 3 does nearby. Not moving from the '·pot from w h i c h bn had j"~t Mivt the bcir, 'je U\ltcd out. | of llii.' duo-. Board Of Commerce Director's Monthly Conference Is Held told, a girl rner. She had l'he~la\ende'r and old lace'that once planned t o w e d in this church, as .'was still clings lo The Little have --o many hundred others, but Church Around the Corner. the man had disappeared a few- Caught, as it 11, in the midbt of n city lhat sprouts even faster nights before ihe wedding She ,, _,.... had waited and waited . and than a lanky lad in his 'teens, the then ,in a burst of despair, had · little church," is variously an I started out to end her life · But, oasis and an incongruity It sug- as she passed Ihe church, she fal- gests quiet and rest in the midst of noise and disturbance. Jt suggests Ihe quaint and the pastoral where all is urban and mechanical. Its tiny lawn its little pathways its simple coloring and charming arthiteclure are cxaggeraled by the haith contrasts about it It does not seem to cry against Us surroundings ratlici it leaves the Ipasser-bv to stage his own icvolt « * * And there is about it. too, the ghost of such romances as are pictured m cinema fade-outs . . . jomances that run thiovigh vvild- jflowered meadows; romances lhal meet at country cross roads and RO contcntedlv on lo Ihe grave, iiomances lhat defy the cily'.s 'clamor and ung in soft \o,ccs m 'the face of the citj's roar, ro- 'manccs clad m dimity and in short '·"kills as well--but lonunces lhal [brewed of the same msredients jVhatevcr their qeo?iaih\ 01 their (nature 1 The Litlle Church \iound Ihe · Corner is a place to make cue s njtimenlal: a place to kick oif ihe I sophislicated aunor t'nt oi.c doi. r to ward off the b l o A b of metro politan life: K place to come i,pon jat sundown when the racket and (clamor Is becoming a faint echo i * * » Walking thus at sundown it is not uncommon to see old couple" walking along the paths and through the gates and into the church doors. They corne from over the earth . . . men and women who found this the end of romance trail. They come by the day, by the week, hy the month and by the year. They come for their anniversaries and they come 1o water the fading flowers of ijouag lo\e. I am told that hundreds of couples make this their yearly pilgrimage And now and then one comes along . . an old man or 'a oung man . . . an old woman or fl. oung woman . . . And when thev come alone they pause hesitantly at the gate . and look about in blurreu confusion at fmd- tercd to the rector \Vomen ^hose profession cannot be discii.ssed wandei in from then mghtlv piomenadcb to ponder then tragic lots and to sense the romance anel love which they can rccaptuio only \icanoiisly For the church doors arc never closed One can never lei! at what hour Bradford. Dec. 12--The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Board of Com- metce was held yesterday afternoon W. H. Dennis presided. A icport of the committee appointed to undertake the provision of a faclory site for the Taylor Aircraft Company was, icceived and favorable progress noted The . committee was ordered to con' tinuc in its present capacity until arrangements hav e been completed A report by the secretary re- \ealed that fifty per cent of the pledges to the Case Cutlery fund outside for a momcnl of peace and self-contemplation tor, by tradilion and appearance. Ihe ' l i t t l e cliuich" inspires of the day and night someone may ] a confidence and trust. wander in from the muddled world GILBERT SWAN learning the meaning of the word 6 CHfCT 9 * Yesterday wTO DAY -LECTHIC lights in c\ery part of e^cry riom. Modern hcalmg systems thai iN'tiig warmth Jiad been received Tho board rs- qucsted the secretary to continue n the effort to collect the remaining pledges making satisfaclory nole of the woik alieady accomplished. Other matterb of i online and special Importance were discussed and transacted Man Who 'Sold' Brooklyn Bridge Ticked Up' Again; To Get New Term Hy JAMi:S I/. J\II.GAI.i:.V Intel national .Vows Se'ivleo .Staff (,'onopulKk'iit NEW YOORK--A p i c t u r e s q u e old polled c l i a i a c t e t -- U c o i g e C 1'aiker. man of cianv aliases w h o c a i s ngo I h o U K l i t n o t h i n g ot "tolling" Urookls;i H"dK over and over--has been "picked up' again by detectives and i» in jail a w a i t i n g sentence. He's p i e t t v old n o w -- O S -- a n d t h e i o i» no telling how he will M U v l v e another term in prison. George is a confidence trickster v.hoso birth piecci'.es llio sliols lhat wcro f i l e d on Sniii- tci'b wall. In his. da ho was a slick" t a l k e r nnd a snappy elrebs- er In the da.vs of tho old caipct band grips, shaving iiitirfs w i t h v o u i name on It nnd the lioi^o iiair sofa, the suave speaking ticorge was w o n t to b t n k c up ac- q u a i n t a n c e w i t h g u l l i b l e st ransom and sell them the U t o o k l v n Bihlge ith the ease of a traveling salesman t a k i n g an order for bicak- fjst food f r o m a c o u n t r v siOcci. Tho Brookljn Bridge changed h a n d s many t l m r s w h e n Ocorge was in Ins prime. E n d o w e d w i t h notoriously I n g r a t i a t i n g v v a n ho could "sell." ' Onco 'loo Oflen Camo the lime, h o w c v c i . w h e n (Jcorge made one s i l o too man}. Ho landed In Jail. A smooth m- UUe, he soon bocame u trusty. Tho shcnff called one day and laid his big fur coat on a table, also his hat--one ot those old- t l m o bowlers t h a t piecedcd t h e famous b r o w n d e i b . George donned the coat and h it, slipped out. and passed the time ot tho day to the Mirious guards and was a free man again. But they caught him later. He had a variety of "lackets" and he tried one of Ihem once too oflcn He became a familiar ebaiactcr to the police and prison officials. He worked under numerous names, as for instance, George C. Parker. James J. O'Brien, Warden Kennedy, Mr. Roberts and Mr. Taylor. N'o telling what name he would give. Thrice he was arrested for larceny and twice for forgery. He was in and out of jail so often that whenever he left it was taken for granted he would come back. He always did Appears Again. Geoige hadn't been heard from foi a long time until the other day. Then he made his appearance, w i t h a detective who had arrested him, in a Kings county court He had cashed a check that had bounced back with startling elasticity. He was now a pudgy little man, w i t h only a. \ague col- Woman Explorer Finds Arabs Are 'Honest And Wise' IJy AU'ltKI) 1. X. S. Staff Correspuntleiil. Victim.--Miss Jnll.i AYiiKiier-J.nl- i(-·,,·. daughter of the world-Minims V l f n n i scientist 1'ruf. .liilliis W.is- I'ei-.l.iiiio^!.'. wlnncT of last MMI'S inc'dlcal Nobel-prize. I- back In Vienna, after Icailln,: a tii/urilmis o\- pc'litlcui Into thu l i m i t of Iho Sa- il.ir.i desert. Tlio [irctty JOUIIK uirl expluici Irou^liJ \\llli licr IntcrosliiM data (.owcrnlii,; tlio liubliutlou aml ( cus- to'ns of (lie Arab Irlbea In tlic Al- ^oilan K i h a . n Her ciuncl-nirimin prceeeded llironsli teflon* AUicro no Ilinopean women and but v e i y fen- -neii Imd tet foot before her. Sbo learned to l.llk and to tinder- kland tlie iionnds of Hie de'crt, and she futiiut Iticui t-o honest niul «!·« tint s-ho decided to l e t i i i n to them every jear for « few months. She luis built n suyMI liousc In Ilio oasis El Golc.i, "tlio paradise." u densj anil tail date plantation In- Inibltatcil by Ilio noblest and wisest Arabs, MUs Jrll.i met during her wanderings. Although fanatical fol- loncr» of the great 1'roplict, tlielr women enjoy more freedom, than llio-c of any oilier .Moslem tribe. MK-; Julia Intends to publish l tmiik on hpr iidu'ntnroiiB llfo In · t'lie ruraill'e'," In the near future lar of chestnut hair, and he seemed old and tired. Finally after a conference with lawyers he cntcicd a plea of guilty and was sent back to jail to await sentence in December. Under the stringent Baumcs law 3, which operate heavily] against old offenders, it is pos-1 sible he may have to go "up the n\ei" for the icst of hit day Thoic were leirs in old George'b ces as he was led away. Other old lime police characters aic seemingly having their last fling Only a day or two before the police captuicd Willie McCabe, aged 62, who, they say. Is the last of the old time safe operators They took Harry and Hattie Campbell (better known jis "The Phony Kid and English Mary"), 02 and 03 jcais old. respectively. Hariy and Hattie vvcie about to celebrate their sil- \ c r wedding It looks like a sad Chustmas foi the last of the old time ciooUs. TILLYER LENSES ACCURATE TO THE VERY EDGE Ton j cars ago evorvbody vorcflat lenses. Now c\ crj body ·» c;irs Tories. Soou cv erj body will bo scaring Tillyers, llio most important optical iinpro\cment of a decade. Why not enjoy now tho remarkable advantages of these nc»» lenses, vhich i*c arc prepared to in cither single vision or bifocals, Bring your eyes up-to-date i sec THAT YOU sec and cheer to oery part of the house. Tn these and in the other utilities that mean so much in c\cryday life, the demand for comfort, and comcnionce has served as a signpost to progress. % And with the telephone too -- In the modern home, todaj, a telephone in each of the rooms frequently used is considered as essential as any of the other conveniences ^c wouldn't think of being ·\vilhotit. Have yon this modern telephone comfort and convenience? It can be yours -- at very little cost. We «.ill help }ou, if ou are keeping house. Strict privacy, 24 hour scrvicc. $100 Loan TMayb e repaid$5month!,, pltu lawful interest * $200 Loan If y be J e f ald *'° monthly, kluj lawful interest ,$300 Loan ·nay be rehaid «IJ monthly* pliu Jaui/ufintcreit Every payment reduce* the intcrcat ccst C«ll, Write or Phont Personal Finance Company of Bradford 15 Kennedy Slrcff, Second Kloor I Near Main Slrcrt. IrtMne Bradford M 0 Open 8:30 lo !· i L SN THE L I V I N O ROOM I N T H E BEDROOM Inquire al the Dullness Offica about the plans available. NF.W YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY C. H. Smith Sons Co. Dept. Stores V Sofa Pillows Satin-Taffeta-Velour- Tapestry $1 .00 $1 .98 __==' _fl. : =' (.0 The Ta enporl I/ounce, nr for t h i t nmltei Ixii 01 I.ivny KOOIII b i i e their Fu^i"-tlon of ' i o z v Loinfoit' ,.icath mueased and made- a" tho inoic u n i t i n g bv be.nitifu] Hofa Pillows. And for t i n t V M V reason Sofa Pillows con- t i n u e to ^iow m f a v o i as a O i f t Item sure to N o me quite c e i t a i n Hint you w i l l be w-cll pleased w i t h tliis I.irgu and lic.iutiful sclec- lion of Sofi I'illows wlilc'i Include a gre.it v a r i e t y of Sjtvles, Shapes and Miterinls and overr'color or color combin ition inimasinable Tli n y ire In the Art Department, second flooi. nirnnsed so t b n t J«» «"y bine sails- f idorv selection ot choice from «\ei DU diffei- cut St vies in a few luuiiienls. A Christmas Special cea. 'J hc^e iro nn .ill linen Crash '1 envoi ](i \ "~y milics. mill assorted ( o l o i i i i horde is, foiu of Ibe-c we be;: to MU^CM would be; up- p i c c i i t c d bv ,ilm»s| .nn house wile. Madam Hendron's "Everybody Loves Them" A Striking Novelty $9.50 \ \ h o n Oii'.liuu Odd Mupt 1 would nuke i 1 I M C J HUM it w o u l d be i \ t i i n i c l j liir-'h cl.i'b' "I course 'lliov .lie out now mil w r t a i n l v i lioautilul lio-i._ All tfik Chiffon w i i h pic'ot top. narrow l i o m h Heel, and rent open work clock at the .mkk. l l v c r v new sh.iiic .mil ( l i e i c is hi^'li apple ( i l l l u n f i u i n the i f i l j i l c n t nf c i e i y pair. l i t i ! They are the mo«t life like of dolls, f no 1 - i~ nlmo-t limn in the expression on many of His \Vlu is lo sav win; UK, effect or influence nf T l i c i u l i f i i l laeul d l l m ij Iv. ni iiau on tht c h i l d H i n t pki.is w t i h it l o n s t a H l l ) . Walking And Talking Dolls "Kapricious Kate" Says "I find at this season of llio .vcar Unit lucichaiits sreatl.v desire to arrange store hour-, so Hint nil 111.15 be enabled lo do their Christman .sliopiiin,; and still not too Kicntl.v ("itend llio w o r k i n g hours of employees " U e know of couisc lint the law ^oveniln^ woikin n r liuura for women U very specific nnd this liivv must be carefu' 1 }' ob-ened "\ was mleieslcd there-fur (o Hole in Tuesdnv's 'limes t h a t tbu store would be open next batunl'iy even. lie, three evening n e \ t wec'k aud Hie. 1 evening before C'hribtnins. Tliib w i l l afford cveiy one who c a n n o t ^et out d u r i n g the dnr, ample time t'i do their Cluibtmas shopping. "I w.as inleie-tcd in the n r i l v n l .nf some b e a u t i f u l Kajon Silk - .Spieads ' J i i o s d i v . 'ihoic were designs .'Hid uiiui :u irinxcMiicnt Hint lmiiii-«cd me is lulu,; t\lumcly noiel .and a i t i s t i c mid I decided rubt n w a v to mciilion I l i c m here. "And w l i c i e jippioprinle. there lould h n r d l j be i f i i f t more certain of appicu.ilion. 'iho^f nt \\X ?3U' nnd Mitlj impiesM'd me ns bciiu- u n u - m l l v sood v a l u e Tlieio weie Itfiso. Ulue. !old nnd in some dc'iiK" 5 a vir.v prctl.v th.iilo of CM e n 'Men's O i f t 5 li«M n i n i t i c n i i r mtcic-t fui me and so 1 ' shopped aionnil tlie sluru' Tuesdiiv to i-ce- w l n t Ihey liml lirio. nice for men ' I fonml Men's plain l.inen or I n i t i a l Handkerchief-, Uie Iiiitul holh in Hie AVIulc .mil the coluieil. .11 J,"c 'J!li to .'.lie' MenN I'aiu.i SOT .Mil- .Vic .mil i!i I'r Tlu'-c can be bought 1 I'r. In a bo\- 01 Hide were snino rein i r k n b l v "snnppv" siji^s 'J I'l in a lint. I O O nnd 1 .'ill bot "Men's Silk Scmfs, SI K (o t,:W, M e n s 'Iiei «!c to $1 "iO w i t h n specinl combination Christmas S.alc lint looked to me Two Vic lies for $! Oil Two Wlc 'lies foi $1 'JTi. ivvn SI'- '111"; for $1 Til). "Ami tbeie wore Kill 1'tilds for .Men. luiid tooled nt fiom $1 !)S. .'.·(. .«!!)") to Ml!*,"! t i n t I imasuic would plci«e any in in "Vnurs Irul}, Knlc." 'Ilio-r n r c d r i « cd in p i o i l r I'lpiled \c'ile«. '(and 21 i nd the Inn ui'l V M S .»it licaiitiful, Walking And Talking Dolls indie* Umbrellas A Favored Gift ' I l i e - e .are ".-onnid 1 In (.lie l a t e n t fa-lilou, Voile pinlie dresses W l l l l I n M l l ' e l l o I I I H e l l HIM lim* re il l i n r . stand'.'7 I n d u s l.i^li. and h a v e snocs and i O t k m , s to m.ileli. Mad mi llcndrmi Dolls are shown, $S93, $1.91, $5.'Jt, SC.91 and upward. And from tlie prices here quoted one m.ay go .as "fnr ns Ihey like" but there la Umbrella i«allt.v In those pricej aud Umbrella value thnt w i l l go a Kie.it w n j Chrislrans morning In convincing ninny women Hint there is a "Snntn Clnus" n f i c r nl|. 'llicre Is well nigh e'iidle«s selection of Style, of fnnoy handle nml ihoicc'of a n v color silk Hint would be nice for n "rain 01 shine" Umbrella. amber tip», umber ferrule, silk loop and n great variety of neatly Inped borders. There an- some distinctive novelties In an Umbrella way ot $1005 and SUM. Men's HIM Children's Umbrellas also. C. H. Smith Sons Co. Dept. Stores ai^gagKggsssLsssggg^

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