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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920. Musical Club to Welcome Artists Wodnosd.iv , \ f t e i n o n n M u ' ^ l e a l c l u b w i t h M r s M a n y f. I v e s u s Iirpsldcnt w i l l open Its (,eiMn t i l l s a f t e r n o o n nt 3 ;io o'clock in t h e ballroom of the S t n i t l l e l d w h e n a Joint progrnni w i l l be jrlviMi by cede lirated musloi UM, Josephine T.uc- eheso. soprano, a n d |ji|os Shuk who arrived f r o m K u r u p e on 'I'huiRd.is'. The \ l o l o n c e l l l M « l l l i n , i k e his de- b u l In t h h c i t y . Thi pumr.un w i l l open w i t h i fn-oup of soprano n i i r n b i r» N'ln.i, I'erptolc si; L.i T'lslo. u l e , S c h u b e r t , nil \ i i R l u d ' T u f i - t n o , f r o m t h e " M a s l c Klute," Mo/!irt Mr Shu Is will ni,i!ii his llr.it app e a r a n c e In t h e Concerto In f , , l l o w i t h I r t c r n n / / o ' i n d I / . \ H c K t n m o v e m e n t s ^Tlnw Luceh s^ \ \ l l l a l H o i ' l n K 'Tomo Per M- Sereno," from "I.a S o n n a m b u l n , " I ' . e l l l n l . n n d a n o t h e r R r o n p I n c l n d l n c : \ J e l ' h C h n t i f u i n . Hlzct; Ies Killen des C n d U , Hesll)us has BOM Prlncesos C n b a l l e r o ; Tu, 1'ucntos. H e r conchidliu; K r o u o w i l l be « n old Swedish f o l k won jr. "When 1 was S e v e n t e e n ' : .SolM'K's ^onj-x. rel(c: Swiss We ho Sous: l O e k e r l . \'arlntlons 0 1 HIM ooeo t ' l n t n e . Opus 33, ( H T.i h:\ilow.vk\ Seven v a r i a t i o n s \ \ l l l b e ^ i \ r n , " \ I o d e r a l o Awipl q u a s i i n d n n t f , ( I 1 ) T n u n t o dell.i teiia: ( 2 ) A n d i n t c i t o s t e n u t o , ( 4 ) A n d i n t o g;-i.dr.so (r, * A l l e f T i o m o d e r n t o ; ( t l ) A t a i r l o ; t 7 Mle«ro vivo. His c o n c l u d i n g Kroup ^111 i n - elndo Melody hv R u l e i i s t e l n , N'oe- t u r n c Xo. 8; I ' o p p p i ; and P a n c e of the Hives, Toppei-, JOHNSON-M'GEE NUPTIALS AT ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH 'ower Tea Parly at- IT* · I" J y K/r · i v «F r airfield memorial Library Ml!f A n n i .1. Mr'icr. d . u m h l c r of Mr. and Mrs. P a t r U k Mcf'ii'e, ol 321 1 ! M a i n st.r-et .mil | ) . i n l ] I-;, Johnson, .Jr., \ v e i e man li d In S Patrick's chinvh by the R e v . ,T,inic« Ijvnch ye.sterday raoi n l n n . Miss Sul Hvan n r r a n R e d .special m n M r for !be mass and the a l t u r VMIS doeouiti'd in pink a n d w h i t e r h r y u n t h o m u m s . -The bride w o r e n KO\\ n of tthlle- Italian ^ a l i n , and t hat lo m a t c l i . She carried a shower b o u q u e t of lilies of the valley and brldi'. roses. M l n s T^ucy MoGoe sister of Ihe bride- f i n d James R. THirmloy wore t h e a t t e n - dants. Miss McOoo wore a ohnnK* 1 able p i h e r and blue Oroy le Txin- dres dress trimmed w i t h silver nnd oh.lff.on and hat to m a t c h . Her boiiquet was p i n k roses. A f t e r t h n ceremony a l e e e p t t o n and breakfast we.ro .hold ut the home of the bride's parent t The homo was charmlnjrlv decorated w i t h p i n k iitid ^vbtte c h r y ^ n n t h e m u m s . A f t e r * t r i p south Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson will he at h o m e a' 1-S S.ivoy f V r r e t after Xovember 1 · CLASS MATES SHOWER GIFTS ON MRS. BENNETT Mlas Oitherlne R r o w n of 1 1 0 Clarkson street c n t e r l i l i o d classmates a t t h e f l t v Normal school when Mrs W a l t e r B e n n e t t , a recent hride was showered w i t h linens for her new home. Mrs. Bennett who was Mis.s MnrjTRret VVholan, was .1 teacher nt Sheridan school. A m o n K those who planned the p l e a s a n t s u r - prise were Miss Josephine C o n l c l l n , Miss Josephine F'vpn Miss O i r l s i l n e Howe. Mi's Kllxnboth Fltzsterald, Miss Li. Kilcourse, Mi-w P r n r l H a m i l ton. Miss Mae R r o w n , Mrs. Albert French, Mrs. T. V/tlclM. Mis. Klvn "Williams, Mrs. Peter lirown. Mrs. fiporpe Rellly, Miss A n n n McNamara, Miss Atrnes niarnpett, Mis.s Helen Oook. Mists Alice Harrlgan and Mrs Edward Fltzpalrlck TtH- T.acllrs' .Mai-Iiilllu ('.iliiuid T'rah will hold n mr( i In,? Milrt i f t i t n o r n at 3 o'cloclt at 'lu- 11 I J M ; \ V m- «iltiil ( corner "f Ko-^''--^! .1.1,1 I ' M ] rouf-h-- 'ti-eets M r " ' i i u i u n i l \M' "reside. Mrs. B c r t r a n ^ A i n s w o r t h wlui will be one ot Puritan group to ;isMs,t Sjitiirdi't,-.' Bricl addresses precede sale of New England pic and Indian puddings. Secure funds (or children's hooks. Tho M a v t l o w e r tea to be held In K a l i - f i e l d .Memorial library B u t u r d i i y a f t e r n o o n troiu 3 to 0 : 3 0 o'clock w i t h one ol the large c o m m u n i t y c l e m s celebrating the voyage of thn f ' l I i r r l m ' N ship will snrvj x v ry d e f i n i t e purpose jn s p e u r l t i K f u n d s for a now supply of h u o l . s for tho Children's section of. tin l i b r a r y . T d t t l e folks road t h e i r f i \ o n l l-ili\s '-o laboriously t h a t I h e v wc.ir o f f c o v i f " a n d colois u l i k - h mu.'U bo c o n s c a n t l v replenish ed. Between 3 and -I o'clock brief, ad- driMsos w i l l be made In tho as- semblv room bv Judge Perry, lira, l i o b o i t K h a c k l c t o n and Rev. R £i. Sllcox. In keepluK with the day 'in* cule of old t u M h l o n « d clUshes will Include t h e N o w England p u m p k i n pies. I n d i a n p u d d i n g s , d o u g h n u t s ind clnKor cookies. Old rulrflc-Ul. ·/lew of old K a i t i l c l d Imve bc-eu Klven n i t l n t l c development iu c a l WOMEN TAKE JURY DUTY IN A SERIOUS MANNER K l n a l been l o r the Xe-w Year a n d orl- Clu-Htniau cards have also eeolvpd t h r o u g h the Arts an 1 C ' l i f r n H t h o o l In A l b a n y , A largo conMlgnmeiu of c a r e f u l l y selected children's hooks will ulao be olVorort toi the U o l l t l n y snmm Rifts. The hoMtesfioo for t h e aftornoo.i who will serve tea and coffee aro Mrs. William n. Ulovor, Jlioa AnnlO Morolimtso, Mrs. J. O. Wright, Mrs. A l f r e d H. Terry, Mrs. liwury C Sturslii, M i s , A l l e n !·!. Recman, and Ml is Hesslo C h i l d . In the plcturesquo Puritan costumes a g r o u p ot twejvo will assist at the tea and tho sale. Tbsy are Mrs. Andrew F. H u n t l n j j t o n , Mlna A r n v Child, Miss Alice Buckley, Mrs. John H. Ueyburn, Miss lillza Perry, Mrs, B e r t r a m A l n s w o r t h , Mrs, Gardner, W. .VUllett, Mlas liUennor Moro- hoiifie, Miss K a t h a r i n e Burr, Miss J i l l l i i m M i Q a r r y , Miss I'Morence 13uir, Mlns H a r r e t t Ctaborne and Miss 1 Iruene'.'e Townsend and Miss Rhoda fiharpes. X K V V A K K , N*. J., Oct. 12.--Women n e w l y enfranchl.'.ed in t h i s s t a t e tako t l u l r diitl-"i U M j u r o r s m u c h moro Mei lously t h a n do men, John (r Ulau'mir, serifeant at arms of t h e O r i i n j j e d i s t r i c t court, dee-larod t o d a \ a f t e r net vluK subpoen is on he state's llrst panel of taloswom- en. Out of I wolvo women summoned i l y one o b j e c t e d to servlnjt. C.al- 1 irher said, and she consented when " assiim;! her that sihe wu^. not loo \ o u n K " to act ail a J u r o r . The w o m e n w i l l sit t o m o r r o w in suit I m o l ' v i n K 1 a d i s p u t e between d r c f t s n i n k ( r and u p a t t e i n m u i i i i i i e t u i MH; ( i i m p i i n v KING OF NEWSBOYS TO WED RED CROSS NURSE LONDON, Oct. 12.--Sam P. Coles, London's kin}? of the newsboys, will nmrry Adda Victoria Robertson at St. James, rfeadllly, t o - u o r i o \ \ . The bi'Ide-to-be Is Jil years olil. Sho came to TCngluncl f r o m Xnw York w i t h the Canadian Red fi-oss and Is now attached to St. J o h n ' s ambulance Sho wears a row of decorations. The immlaKo was to havu t a k en place t o d a y hut wa.s postponed \ \ c n t v - t o u r hours bocaiuao of h U c l i n ' l f i i l l t y c o n c e r n i n g Miss Hob- r U o n ' s jiasspoit. Personal Notes Golden Wedding MM Mnrllia Dny 1'iirtor of New Unveii has i i l l u m e d a f t e r u p e n d i n g I h e pnst week In Kali-Hold I h o guest of Mi.ss A n n i e B u r r J e n n i n g s n t ' " H i i n i i l h o l i i i c . ' I Mr, u lid Mis. .John (ilmor nre s p e n d i n g h o l i d a y t i m e I n M o r r l s l o w n , N. ,T * * * | r.llus IJowe, Jr., Women's Belief corii", w i l l l i u l i l tlui regular meeting In e^. A. H. h'll! t o m o r r o w a f t e r n o o n ill 2 : 8 0 o'clnck w h e n r e p o r t s of Ihe natlomi 1 c o n v e n t i o n In F n d l a n a p o l l s w i l l he mail. * * * Tlio Kunliv DpiinJr Burr euliaplrr of llio riiiughtel-fi of Ihe A m e r i c a n R e v o l u t i o n w i l l give n d a n c i n g party In K b p n n . i n h u l l , Prlndv, 'Out. 21!, it * # Tiie State Aiidubiin society w i l l hold i l s f u l l m e e t i n g I n F u l l H e l d M e n i o i l i i l l i b r a r y ' m l n n l a v O c l . J 1 !. * IP * Mrs, Vi'iiliam I'nutelintt who U now m a k i n g her home In M l d d l e t o w n Is s p e - n d l n g n w-oek In P.ilrflclel the guest of Mrs, .). o. W r i g h t , * * * .'Mtoiit 100 wdinen h n v e t n k e u adv a n t a g e o f t h e l i i v l t u l l o n e x t e n d e d hv t h e I ' h n m h p r of C u i n n i e r e n f o r I h e series of lune-hiviiif.. W i l l i s IT H o o l h , vice p r e s i d e n t of the Omminly Trust Co , nt New York w i l l ho the speaker nt I '.'lUi o'eloeK. * * * Mrs. Wlllliini dtou'r l m n r e t u r n e d a f t e r h o l i d a y s s p e n l I n lOelio V a l ley, N, V. Hhe has na her house gtiOHls Mr and Mrs A l l e n .Johnson of o p i n i o n I n i y v l l , N. Y. * * + Mrs, W. n. (Joniino of (.00 A t l a n t i c street u i l e r t a i n o d i h e m e m b e r s of t h e 0 - d o h - k o - t a J c l u b of tho C h u r l - ty H e b e k n h lodge H i h o r home Mon- (iny eiM-nlnj; w h e n plans were m n d o tor n rtnnco on X,,v 5. Music v,ns f u r n i s h e d hy Mrs. H n r u h Hoey a n d Miss Mary Soreascn nnil Mrs J[ Hannn of. Romiell slreut assisted the. hoRtoss. Mrs. Thomas Hum- of 728 Con nee- ticut avenue, MKs Julia TCclley and Joseph Kane spent two weeks vlsit- a n k K n n e of Debate Issues of National Campaign - , attending 1 tho worlds series grimes. In Smit York, M o n d a y , is prenldent. Mrs . OlNirlos the day Mrs, Chary Jr., of 104r. . j , r., o r. Fairfleld avenue, is Npnndlnu a few days in Now York olty. * * · Mrs. Willlani Ijonnftbury of 874 Laurel avenue returned this week from New London and Nlantlc whore she wao the guost of her uncle, Judge A. I. Bush, and fam- · · The WodneMlay Morning Art clnJj w 1 meet today at the home ot Minn Elizabeth D u r a n d , 005 toplc of Warrun «m. .,,., .-- -- ·'-...«,, will be} The Flemings and the \ValIoone." » » t The Women's U, O. T. olub will meet at the home of Mrs. G, W, Knapp of 1169 Iranlstan avonue, Thursday at 2:30 p. m. # « w Tho Udu Cwmp I'lre fflris of Hon-y- spot school, Stratford and guardian Miss Mary Elizabeth Coonoy, maa a hike Saturday afternoon to T_,ordshlp Beach where a bacon bat was h e l d , Camp Fire fflris who took part 'n the hike wcro: Miiw Marie S p i n j , Mies Elizabeth Larifoi, Miss The Letters of Natalie Dear E v e l y n : When I w r o t o l i s t 1 f o r g e t t h a t Tuesday would b" :i holld.is T h e i e was no school for the b ^ a anel H.ii- old took a dav ofl. We- a » i t n t i; at the cabin. The last vviu-k has made a wonderful change- In a u t u m n foliage and we w a n t to enjoy it all wo can. So 1 just e l l e l n ' t have t i m e ·to write. We d r e n e up tei the U . i n - hnry Fair F r i d a y . 1 I r i d n e v e r hum before nnd w.is I n t e n stud in. l o t s eif t h i n f s . f r o m the h u g i - n t of c r T t t h - to the smallest e . x h l b l t the Fjord's prayer, engraved en a p l n h e a d . An f i i r p l a n e did stunts and . s u d d r n l . Harold got sn Interested he w e n t up. to bo looped a b o u t to mv h o r r o r Kc came down w i t h a smile t i n t hasn't worn off s n c c - I f T cjui-stlou lilm, he simply sajfe " I t s a hoe-ret, but J'll tell you sometime " I bought a now coat for m o t o r us" the other dav and wns p-liul of It on the way home- that n l v h t , although It was warm all d,i\ At tho Vogue Hress Shop In the Stratllrthl Hotel b u i l d i n g t h e - y have 1 norm- n e w models In m i x t u r e s l i k e h f - i t h e r , a l though these wi-rii 1,tie« and browns. Instead of Ki"'-en I w is amazed to soj w ' m t a goo I l o o ' C i n n coat could bo h i d for e m l y tit 2 r. I lu brown with w e ' l l t i i l o n - 1 l i n e s a plentecl back, a b e l t , (rreit teipia-e pocketB and a big, t u n - b u t t o n col'.-ir that could bo wern e i t h e r low med i u m or hlg-h a b o u t the nee k. Values are always rejm.irkablo at this shop. There are v a r i o u s o t h e r liultc'i- ·tlons that "th" h i g h cost i.' ll'-lm-," r]«t on t h e - wane. Kor I u s t - i n e e w h e n T was buying some ejf H T. W h i t Ing's famous "It T "." " e-.ll'ee ( h o other day, I f o u n d It V.HM live- e e n l i s p o u n d cheaper t h - i u I I b n s ne-cp Mr Whltlii*' ti-eld t h a t " ' h e - i i-rnde-s were- e h e - n p w , too, eic'-e pt the" hip-nest giario of Moc-hn r i n e l .T.iva. the I n t t r r r e m a i n l i u - f i r m I n n r l e - . W h i t i n g ' s e o f l ' - e i M Nive- n m e r ili-- ter'oi.-eted in q u a l l i v . In s p i l e of t ' u d l f f i r u U l e - s o t h e r dr-nlers wen- l i n - ing in p i o v l d i n s r a n y t b l n j ' i h - i l ) i - i I a real e-offne taste-, at a n v price H e - - n'd "ays t h a t foods In general won'l be llkelv to dron m n r h In m-l e. because here lu New I C n v l i n d our prod u c t i o n Isn't a d r o p 1n tti» bin k. t compared to our e o n s u m p t l r m UK! ·transportation costs nre-- n bit? f 'n - tor. F-ill Is here a ' m o s t In one I. v ns I realized w h e n 1 s i w I f i l l o w - ' i n fsvors dlspl-ived In J.O-H.'M e"'.iu. v shop They w e r e v i - l l o w e rope on'-'-r a l m o n d cups v \ l l b p l l h o u i - t t o w l t f h e i l mount'-d o n b l a r V b r o n r o s t i r - k s . T h ' - v said t h e i e w o u l d be a lot more in N £ W SPAPERfl fi CIH1V E ^ t h i s H U D to show n e x t w e e k 1 was d l l f h t e d t o b e a r t h a t t h e J - a t u r d a v s p e t i a l ' i In e h m - u l u t o H are to be re- s u t n u l t h i s week. I ' l l have t u f . i U up I n t e r lu tho weok and find o it w h a t t h i y «ru to be and give my or- d e i , for t h o r p will be a big demand. -Me-invvhUe, I'm cnjoylnrf sorno chn- l o l a t i - nut v i r n m n l « f 4rlight ttt !.an(.'-!, d e l l ( l d u s l v r r f s b , w i t h a w o n l o t f i l l t l a v o i . At M a d a m e V e r n ' s s l u d l o , at ? 1 n In tho l,lbc i Iv b u l l i l l n w , I w i n Ht'.ll f u r t h e r l o m l n d e d of t h n a d v n n c n of the i t - a H o n A y o u n g w o m a n was luat l e a v i n g a f t e r b e i n g miido happy with ii N e s t l e - p e r m a n e n t wave " F v e r s l n e e i la-it Tha-iksglvlng, ' she wan Maying, " I ' v e he-en m e a n i n g to h n v ( t l m t w a v e What a guoae [ Wa i to w a i t so I O U K ! W e l l I was b o i n d I'd li.ivn It e l o m before Tlianlcsiilv- liu' r i m e a w n l u , HO that J could be t h u i k f u l J ' l l IK u-^r h i v i i ti cu'-l m j h.xlr .in.v m o r e - " I'eiopb- who come- to M a d a m e Veru w i t h grev hair and get bac-K" v n a i H of youth by tho r-i M t o r i i t l o n eif I h u n a t u n i l color feel the .same w.iv Thtjre's BO m u c h dem a n d t h a i M a d a m e i Yt ra's studio I-i o p e n e - v e n l u g H u n t i l e i g h t tj'e-loek H u l thn e l l m n x l a m e , w h e n I hoy t o l d me In (!. \V. ('"nlrchllil and Sons je \ \ e l r y sliop t h a t people m e ai i n . i d v b u v l u g I'hrlatniiiB pre'jen's K e u s l b l e , t h o u g l i . for such e » i r ' v b u y i n g r e l i e v o s the strain for eivory- ono, m a k i n g t h e - holidays t r u l y a time of |ov, l i i H l e n d of lust m l n u t u w o i r l e H T h i ' j h a v e a n p l e n d l d K l o c k o f f o u n t a i n peua In t h e F n i n h l l i l O p t u el s h e i ) '('he re \ \ a s a most I - T I - IHisIm-- a n a \ of V N ' a i e r m a u s - I d e j i i ' t k n e n v h t w m a i i v j t l ' l i H The-v r a u i ' e r l lu pi lee- f i o m 51' ."0 to $ II I l t h e p l H l n I m l d t i i t a n d f r o m SS.t'iO t o $11' , i u d up In the stvleis w i t h gi^ld b a u d s I s h a l l m vei- foi /et the- p r i d e , I t o o k in mv first f o u n t a i n per-, v , h l b \ \ n f t a W a t e r m a n anel w h i c h 1'iJ-ted feu y e a i s and yearu, u n t i l T lost II H e l e n I s wlshim' t h i e f she» , t n d T f n u mlj-'bt c e - b ' b r a t f - f ' h r b e t m a H i n t b e i r tii vv h o m e - at I t i o o k l r e w n J N tales f i r o u u d is i)e lu^- b r o k e - u t h e n n o w foi- ( t i e . f u r l u n a t e people w)ut ·ire b u l l i l l t i g I h u first hou.sei o n t h i s l,i i i i l l f u l t r a e - t . Tt Is on f i u e n a Vl.sta n v e ' u i i e - , r i v e i I n o k l i i g t h e - e l t v a n d S n e i n e l 'I'he K l l m p h e of t h e c i t y r r e ) i n t b t r e Is ji.st e n o u g h to s t l i r i ' i l a l e t h " I ' l m K l n a t i n n . T'iiJ"oi-tiinnt'-lv, f t w h u l ' y u n o b . ' i h - l u t i M l \ l e n - v , \ , l l « I b e i f.ict t h a t e p i r e l t v needs u gem 1 · l e t ! n f I n i p t e w l n w b e f e j i e wen e . i n look d o w n on I t w l l b u n a d u l ' e r i i t - d p r l e b . W h e n a e l t y k-n'i.s I n t o b e l i u j HO bucev a m a i m f a c t u t Ing eente-r ( ommerclul Interests n v e r s h . u l u w the n e e d for b e a u t y , u n t i l later gt'neiatlons realize w h a t mistakes t h e y Invn i n h o r l t o d . Hownvcr, out Brooklawn way, Idoallsm had a i l f f b t h t u r t and it Is b e a u t i f u l a l l I h e w a y o u t Clinton a \ t - n u e f r o m l-'alrfleld, This is a seullon of t h e ) e l t y w h e r e wo like to show om out of town guestsi about. T o p o i n t o u t t h o b e a u t y n p o t a along tho ,wnv, llnlshing with 'the quaint, lilatorlo Stratllelel c h u r c h , raid to t l r i v o i n t o t h e t - h a r i i i l n g n e w park just b e f o r e you get to the church, 'laying, "lhat'a our home, to tho left, on that high land. All this tract, now k n o w n as lirooklawn ostatco, for a h u n d r e d years was In tho H r o t h w e l l f a m i l y eitc."--mightn't one be luistlfied in a little t h r i l l of pride' T h a n k n to Mark C. Ifoagher and company, the far-sighted developers. There c e r t a l u l v Is no succeeding w i t h o u t looking and p l a n n i n g ahnad, Is t h e r e ? Tho B i l d c i e p o r t Savings R a n k i.s doing splendid missionary work In b r i n g i n g t h l t i t r u t h home to people, not only t h r o u g h that won- d e r f u l ITome liudget Bureau of theirs, but In other ways, f spoke to von about the haurl colored poster hung on the front of tho bank last weok. Thla week t h e i e Is a new one, oven more interesting. The picture --you k n o w I h o solitary, weary horse m i n who f i n d s h i m s e l f high and dry w h e » i e t h e t i a l l ends on a high l e i i y e , w h l l e i t h e - n u n is s i n k i n g on the nrnirle- he-low--a. e-;ii'e , literally of "no pine e lo go," e-xee-pt the leng w a v back It resets, "Tho lOnd of the Trail: D o n ' t lut It f i n d you w i t h o u t p o r t of y o u r e a r n i n g s saved R t u r t a bank account today.' 1 True t a l k ' The reductions in prices at X. B u e - l t l n g h a m ami c o m p a n y ' s f u r n i - t u r e - s h e j p u i e e e r l i ' l n l y i n t e r e s t i n g r e a d i n g . I'm c l i p p i n g one) or two of the h- . i d v e - i Uisr-me'iila HO you can f l e e - h o w m u c h e i n e can juvc- l i v O t u v - liij, I h e i e now T h i n k ol' o f l e i l n g a i r r n i i l n » B i l k tlnns m a t t r e s s w i t h roll edge, to keep It fi om s p r e a d i n g -a i i - g u l a r $'!"i i | U n l l t v lor o n l y $ 2 " i . S r i ' W h e n Ibese mat treshi H are put out in t h e - n u n t h r v H u f f up as if fed on ve-asl e'-ike-i, k e e p i n g t h e i r sprlng- Ine 1 '!!- I n d e M u l ' e - l v H u p p o H n vou were g'dug h r i u y e k e ' e p l n / r , as A d e l a i d e Is nnd e-ould Kot j.lon w o i t h eif fiirnl- t u i r - f o r e m l v f - I D O " M l r h i v euc'iur- aglm,'. Isn'l H V It's l i k e Hint I n p r i i c l l e a l l v e l v·(^l y l h l u g 20 per cent iiff on f u r n i t u r e ' anil f r o m 10 to 11 pen- ce'ii I . on rugs Y e s . I here- !ia« been a n o t h e r of thosii t h r e n l e n i n g a n o n y m o u s letters Harold n-ild It WIH mu'.-h l i k e the o t b ' r s hut d l t l n ' t show It to me He snul the de-teetlMvi hart It Ho m n k f l H · i h'n'e l e i k n nf It all now I wish 1 c o u l d s h a r e 1 t h a t view ' I . e n e , - beth Liukos, Miss Mary Deljior, Miss Mary Dlahant, Miss Viola Qarotollo and Miss Coonfiy, * * * Miss Helen Ixmlard of 1G90 Fnlr- fleld aveni-o will entertain tho mombers of the Fifth district Women's 'Democratic club at her homo nn Friday night. Several women oromlnent identified w i t h the Democratic party will spoak. * * * The Comfort club of tho Y. D. will hold Its regular weekly card party at the rooms on Broad struct at 2 i 80 tomorrow afternoon. * * * Mr. and Mrs, William JRoseiilxumi of 139 Highland avenue a n n o u n c e tho man-lagTM of t h e i r floughtor Mlsa Francos, to Philip Jells of »*vovl- dpnpc, R. I., on Sunday last. A f t e r the ceremony a reception was held for the members of the I m m e d i a t e families. Mr. and Mrs. Jells will make t h e i r home In 'Perth Amboy, N, J. * * * Bliss Mary Mills Is entertaining- at an i n f o r m a l party,, on Friday evening;, for her house girls, * * * lxyal Ixullos" soclotj -will meet In the Cltlxen'u building this afternoon at 2 : 8 0 o'clock when regular bualnciii will bo transacted. » * 4. Biift. Uprtrnm Alnsworfh oC K a l i Held will entertain the T h i m b l e club at the regular ineotliic; to be held Thursday at 3 o'clock. Mnrgnrrt Hw-lc la c l j i t i ' - m i n of the N i n t h District He-publican women who w i l l hold a rally lhl« cveniiiK in the M l n t h Dlstrlc: Ke.- publlean ulub, corner of I'CiB. Main r ' t i n e t nnd Arctic streets. Mrs. TO. Q. H. flchenek of Wilton will speak, Mrs. IBllle N, Sperry and Mrs. H. Wlllard Fleck will also addrouc the meeting. * * * The Pnrcnt Teachers' n.SHii"lallon o! the Read sehor.l will' havo a meeting thla n f t c r i i o o n Jt 3;30 o'clock. All mothors and frioiulu in the dl'Jtrlot are Invited to a t t e n d . Mr. and Mrs. O. W Tluimiih of D 2 8 Kooauth street will eelL-braU' their golden wedding 'innivei-.iar," w i t h their frlendn and n-latlvc.a at t h e i r borne, on Friday evening. Mm, M. .T. HnyUon and Mrs James O o u g h l i n o( HO Drew pKcp havi- gono on a t o n d a y m o i o i t u p t u Hii t\t r. and vh inlty. Y. W. CTTOOPENNEW CLASSES THIS WEEK Sir. n n c l U r n . E d w a r d O. Miles of G u l f street, M l l f o r d celebrated t h e l l C t i o t h anniversary oil t h o l r wedding nl t h e i r ilioino yoflerflity. From i lo ft Jn the M l ' t w n o o n they received I n f o i m a l l v n n d gave a d i n n e r Tor i"l,nth-oa lor w h i c h 13 covers wc^e l a i d . A b o u t f i f t y members of Ilia Wo- p o w n w lodne I O. O. V. u n d t h i r t y m e m b e r s of Ihe Robelcah loilfr" fx- l e n d u l e o n R i - i i t u l n H o u u M r . Xlllos bus beon n nic'mbur of tho lodRe Hlnee 1 8 6 8 nnd for 4fi yearn *»s been i h n n p o r e t u r y , W. F. Hutcliln- won or 'New H a v e n grand mieretiirv ol the.- o i a l e prenMiteil Mr. Miles w i t h a put ni'iind Jewrl, a d i a m o n d clmnn in tho n.inio of tlio Mllford lod({( . l l n l l i M r . a n d M I H . Miles has T t i n v f r l e i i r t i I n M l l l ' o i d where t h i ' j have nhvay.'i resided, Mr. M!le« wan f o r yfiirn i i i w n I r r u m u i r , assessor ·nul t.ix ccillcetoi MISS COSTELLO BRIDE OF WILLIAM J. MURRAY Mlsq M.'irv C o m c l l u a n i l V V l l l l a m J, M u r r a v i \ o r o married I n K t . Peter's e h u r c b yesterday n i o i ' n i i i K lit il I'i'loek hy the Itev. J'\ither C. A. rt'fHly. The b r i d e wore a traveling u n i t of rtusslKii Grey bcllAdene. t r i m med with taupe wool, and woie n I'^ieneh blue ostrich, toque. The houriuet wna of w h i t e bride's roses. Miss Abbie (.'ostello the orldeo clu- t e i a l t e n d e d , w e a r i n g a French bluo s u i t with b-e.-ucr trlirimlnffa Her b o u q u e t was of y e l l o w chryuan- IheniU'ino. James M u r r n v was best ITinn T h e H o n l d l n j r H a r p t r i o f u r - nlshctl mvislr iiryccillner the cere itiony and a t the reception. Mlirs Vrolen R a t o n sans "O Promise ITe." The reception was held at the. homo of the bride/ 13D7 inalrlleld avenue for Immediate relatives and friends only. Mr. Murray is connected w i t h t h e M u r r a y and Bayer musical instru- m e n t shop in P. O. Arcndo, and m e m h s r of tho popular Murray's Orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Murray will be at home at 4 4 1 Rurdon street after u (wo weeks trip. Bathing Unknown tn Balkan States SOFIA, Bulirnrla, O«l. 12. -- Disease In the B a l k a n s Is looked u p o n by the people peasantry a result of fate Th« has been educated In superstitions rather than In the laws of sanitation. They n r o opposed lo the killing; of mosquitoes, rats, llleis and v e r m i n , believing t h a t they are a p n i t of life. They k n o w n o t h i n g about the e'lrrlcrs of diseise The importance of protodiut? their supplies from winged insects has not been impressed upon t h e m Little or no attempt Is made to drain mosquito poot.s or m n r s h p n , so t h a t the B a l k a n states claim the d i s t i n c t i o n of h a v l n p some ol' the worst malarial sections on earth, Tn most districts In t h e Balkans the houses of the r u r a l p o p u l a t i o n are small and poorly constructed, Many of t h e m aro b u i l t of mud and straw and Tiavo, no provision for sanitation or v e n t i l a t i o n . The only a i r admit! od to the homes is obtained hrough I m p e r f e f tious lu construction A few of tho houses have two etorles, the lower floor bolnpf occupied by tV)e horses and cattle, the upper by the family. Years pass w i t h o u t a doctor cnter- K tbe huts. Disease goes untreated In tho c o u n t r y districts dentistry Is v i r t u a l l y u n k n o w n . Bath l i l h s lire rnre In the Balkans, ?vcn In I h e lai'xer cities The people n that port of K u r o p e rarely wash. 'Yon m i l * ! be very unrjloau people In tho United K'ateu," said a well-to-do storekeeper of Sofia, to an American, if you f i n d II necessary to bathe every flay!" I TOST HTKIKF,. V1KNNA, Oct. 12. -- Two thousand :non, m-ikliiK up the o n h r o clerical staff nf the Post Oilier- Ravines H a n k . s t r u c k t o d a y d e m a n d i n g more r a p i d p r o m o t i o n n n d better w o r k i n g con- l l t l o u H , The dally t u r n o v e r of this bnr.lv .approximates 1 O O O . O ' O O . O O O crowns, resented em pled day. and t h e strike Is strongly by the public, which at- to Htorm tho building to- The regular e.ki«ses of the Y, W. O. A. In charge of Miss I/aura D m - feu w i l l open tonlphl w i t h Trained A t t e n d a n t s ; A d v a n c e d D r c s i m n h l n n ami Millinery A few openings a r e still in tho Trained A t t o n d b n t o class n h l u h aldnd do many d u r i n g t h o wai diiyo. The beginners' Stenography ola»H w i l l opon Thursday and the Llanjo and M a n d o l i n c l u b will beg-In Friday at 7 o'clock, Thoss p l a n n i n g to e n t e r are unK»d to havo 'their 111. s t r u n i o n t H at l h « i iiBsoolatiou before F r i d n j and I n s l r u m e n t B 'nay be se~ cured thoro. r i n « h i s w h i c h w i l l o p e n d u r l i K the weok o! Oot. 18 ir«, day cln«aon In m l U l n o r y , drorsmaliliiflr, t r a i n e d u t t o n d a n l s , basketry, lamp-shades, Bpiinlsh, knlttlnt!', p e n m n i n h l p , dramiitles, manicuring-, I C n g l l u h and Hrst-ald. Nicu'i 1,10 i'i-:i«M-\.\i.;j«,"i' H / V I I I WAVK. U n a f f e c t e d by s h n m p o o i i i K nnd b u t h i nf{ O r i g i n a l i - e p r e u e n t i i t v e of C N e s t l e of New Y o l k . l - ' i \ e y e a i t successful work I n l l r l d g e p o i t . A i n u n s[n( l a i t y m a d e of eloetroIysU c - l t l r o p o d v , fascial and h a i r work, MILS. M. n. IIKM/KW Ilnriiiim »:i 10 472 State 81. Wnlr on Indies' faces dcHtroved for- o \ e r by ftleptile needle puiness, also wans a n d moleo. I C v e l u u W H poruia- n e n l l y slmpud A b s o l u t u prhaoy, S2 y u u i H in l l r l d i t u p o r t , Itoom 800, Conn. Nat. Hank nil) TISIj. U-2UIH Slain 1st.. Cur. Wall St. Robinson and Hooker Address American Association of Engineers. American Association of K n R l n o e r n Sc-nfttor IU/blnnon a t t u i k i d l i e "benting about the b u n h " of w h i t h he »ald Senator J l a r d l n K hud be. n Utility t h r o u g h o u t tho campaign u contrast, he added, to tho "oritoKori" cal, unequivocal" u t n n d of Oov. t'ot, Democriuli: nominee, on a l l p u b l i c FIFTEEN X K W YORK, Oct. ] 2.-- Senator Robinson of Arkansas and Elon IJ. rlooker, who wnn candidate for this Republican n o m i n a t i o n for governor of New York, tonight Jointly pre- bunted t h n Democrntlc a n d R e p u b l i can campaign ln«ue» before Senator Roblnnon declared th it Senator Hardinx'B record in Congress "is blank" w h e i e a s the record I of Oov. Cox In Ohio · l« progres- oive." ^] r. Hooker a l t a ' k e d the Democratic.' national a d m i n i s t r a t i o n dtn-- Inp the war, oliarnpt»rlslnr It -is p o l i t i c a l l y p n r t l x n n , I n r m i ' l c n t and wiistel'ul. Also, "we haM 1 suffered too lonif from a partv t h a i I n s l c t s upon 'open c o v e n a n t s openlv n r - r l \ i d n t ' - - b e h i n d closed doors, as it Vermtlles," be a d d e d , "Amorle-:i was tli« only Important e o u n l r y In ( h e - world which did not eiiejosc a b l - p - i r t l H a n war-cablntt," ho said, "The Democratic party re- vlloil pi-epnnvlness ami would KMVf. none- of II. J n t l t o period of. **· o o n s l r u o t l o n before '-or, Amonlca will neoel men of t r a i n e d Inlolloet, nen» (nl e i l e - i i m - i - " . e i i i - i i indgment »l»4 courageous eonvlctliM.'" ' " AH wimu-n a r e Invltod t3 a m f - H l n g in Hod Men's hall, ford, T h u r a d a v at 2:30 o'clock. .leiseph A N o p of Avon will speak ofcVvf "Tho Polllioal S i t u a t i o n In Coniltot t l ' i i l , l ^ ' - o n i si W n n m n ' s Standpoint.? 1 ,-' Mrs. Alsop Is a nlocn of the 1 , Ifcti Theodore Ui»iseve|l. ad jRnnex Among The Best Values For Wednesday Are Some Gingham and Chambray House Dresses ' Plain blue chambrays with white collars and cuffs. Checks and stripes all of gingham or chambray in a.good substantial, strong weave. They were bought to sell at $3.95. The manufacturer sent us more than we expected and during the stock readjustments we have decided to sell these at Every woman who wants a good morning dress for kitchen wear should see them. Main flooi Kimono Crepes Special for Wednesday In The Basement One thousand yards in a variety of patterns. Designs in pink, blue, gray and wistaria effects. 30 inches wide. Regular 59 cts. Special for One Day 49 Bathrobe Flannel A good heavy grade in combinations of pink, blue, brown, red, green, gray and rose. 27 inches wide. ggcts. Shirts for Men Fine quality percale shirts in neat stripes. Sizes 17 Annex Price $1.69 to Che Read flrmcx Run Down? Dow About New Gland Theory? Xow l/'w Ciliiiul Stilwtaiu-c from She?|) mill Cattle In l'\iriu Cinntlliied W i t h Irein. Llland extracts of sheep and m t t l e In l a b l u t feirm are now belivg \ixci\ by tlHiUHandH of run d o w n men and women to restore t h e i r h e a l t h anel ·treiigith Tho i-enson iippeum to be perfectly Hlmpb-. AeceinlliiK to those w h o havo g i \ e n t h i n n e w theory close H l u f l y , our l i e a l l h anel n t r e u g t h ele 1 - pend l a r g e l y on duotlC"H fiilands, w h i c h ijovorn the b u i l d i n g up of tin- b l l l l i i n s ef cells In our bodies. The-y do this by me-eana of a substanco called hormone.s, \ \ h i c h they supply ite Ihe blood. Whe-n the glands for any neu«on fnll to supply theao h o r - mone's the building up of our ce-ll.n IH Riiiel to bo Hlowi-d d o w n and we n r e a p t t o be-como wuak a n e l a n a e m l u and g e n e r a l l v run doN\ u ( i l i i n d e x l n i c l s from a n i m a l s m a y t h e n be used to help s u p p l y the very MiliHlaneu which the glund.s have $1,000.00 danelex C o m p o u n d U posi- l l \ e l v guaranteed b y t h e U l u n e l e x Company, Inc , of 24-1 We-M :!)th street New Y o r k , l o c o n t a i n t h o g e n u l n o ele-Ble- eated sulwitauce 1 ( . p o p u l u r l v k n e i w u cm glanel extiact.s) f r o m c e r t a i n ducth-SK g l n n e l s of sheep mid cattle, $1,000 lu ca«h will be palel to nil;,one p r o v i n g thii» « t a t o v i - u t lo be u n t r u e ( l a n d « - \ I'Diinioiinil a l « e i c o n t a i n s pe-pttui.-ite of i r e i l l . c;i l e ' S u n i K ! e ' p h o i ' p h n t e mix vomle.i. w h i h -il.se- h e l p n m u r e - t o l e - s t m n he e l ' h n r e l " f e n g t h i h e f.illed t e i produce- A n r l Is t h a t the cause- eif tlW i u n - d i u e - o n e l i l i o u U iitlciekeel Thl(* iilea -u using t.nlm.-il e-xtructH IN not In lusejll new, pepbin, which has bej«n UMd for ymir-i In liiellge.'.stloii, comew from , : the Htoitiuch of tin animal. W h l l o It may seem e _ ie bej true* t h e r e have be-on roportH Ol* v peeipile who say that they haveefrwt-i" Iv Inci-e.weeel t h e i r strength and ·n*' durance by this method and tr*» * q u e n t l v ri-niiUn are «ild to b« nottdek I'ow djiyes n i t e r Htiuitnif. In fact U w e i u l i l .-iliunKt look .is though th* erliind t h e e i r v hml l l n a l l v l«d to «omes- t h l n g tluit w o u l d be- of practloal b«n» e-flt to r u n - d o w n men and women - e u e i a l l v f o r gland extracts can DOW be- pnrchiixoel at n n y elrug 8tor« under t h e - in me- of tilande«x Coump o u n d which «l*i ooiri.iina iron *nl l b . ' i - t o n i c ,-ige-ntrt whloh (fly* (t i ! i i " i t l v adele-d power as a general i o n i c . i \ o l e - Olam!»x Ooninonnd ll i.iu'd mule-r t h e d'reetlon of th» '!.!· \ e - o m p u i . i n c . 244 W«»l " I h s'leet New York, and anyon* ' 1,1 islleel W ' l l l n SllltS JtftCJ 1 tWO -M-i'K. m a \ h a \ e i l i e l r money r«- ' i n de-el .«o ( h - i l It e.-in be taken with' l u l l onlleleiice of results or no 00ft- NEWSPAPER!

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