The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut on October 23, 1920 · Page 4
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The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut · Page 4

Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Saturday, October 23, 1920
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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920. TWENTY-THREE CREST American Nugat Oil, but they are good! These great Crest American Nueats made of rich honey filled with roasted nuts and I all bundled up in a luscious (chocolate coat. Crest Chocolates are very carefully made. : Every 7 fiece is guaranteed. 'Way back in the 8o's, before people gave much thought to the purity of candy, Lowney's began to guarantee chocolates, and they've been guaranteeing them ever since. ' Watch for the Lowney Crest -- North, East, South and West-- wherever fine chocolates are sold. Treat with Crest Chocolates tonight! j --what better could she hope to get? J 'fy/jk for Lowney's Crest Chocolates wherever fine chocolates are sold. iCrest A Lowne Product The Walter M. Lowney Company, 427 Commercial Street, Boston, Mass. The Furniture You Want Low Prices on High-Grade Furniture Are Now Being Featured Throughout Our Entire Stock. Though the Article You Want May Not Have Been Mentioned in T h i s Advertisement You Will Be Certain of Finding It When You Come to Our Store. A REAL Saving Is Yours When You Come. We Specialize in Complete Home Outfits M, JL A Nine-Piece Dining Siple for $349.00 Special Reduction on Living Room Suites n Congoleum and Linoleums. 20% Off on Brussels and Axminster Special Reduction on Bed Room Suites Our Showroom the Largest in City, Entire Block, Congress St. to Chapel St. UPPIYfO PUJTI;,,L/I vA/ S8S1277MAINST. MODERN HOME FURNISHERS IE71 Teachers Endorse Minimum Salary Legislation Fixing $1,200 as Minimum for Teacher in Connecticut. Emphatic endorsement of a proposed hill to l)u presented lo the. legislature Ibclnpr 1,200 nfl a mini" mum salary for school teachers In Connecticut, was voiced by prominent educators from n i l parts of the stale before more, than 2,M)0 school teachers withered yesterday at. the annual ·convention in Woulsoy Hall, New Haven, Over 5'00 Bridgeport: school teachers woro present. Superintendent of Schools Samuel J. frlawson presented. Other leatures discussed at the convention were tho t e n u r e of ofllce ·of teo.ehe.ra and prliuf pala, proposed leRlslutlon with reference to tuaa- tlon, iiujrenslni? tho a m o u n t of revenue to nil towns and cities, nnd modification of the extension bill. There was no open discussion ijther than that furnished by the speakers of tho ilay. Tho proposed legislation affecting; teachers was in printed form and supplied to all present. AmoiiK the speakers -were: Dr. A, B. Meredith, new commissioner of education for Connecticut; Joseph W. A.laop, of Avon, member of the public u t i l i t i e s commission; Ooorgc B. Chandler, secretary of tho ,on- nectlcut Chamber of Commerce unft other notort educators, . All of tho public, schools of HrldKonort were closed yesterday as well as In other cities of the state. Some of tho Bridgeport, tuiXhors attended similar conventions at. Norwalk and H a r t f o r d nlthouirh the majority from here went to New Haven. Superintendent Slawson fflnnd It necessary to deny all requests to he excused f r o m attending' the conference, due to the enormous number of requests presented. ' Vote Principles , And Not for Party Secretary Baker, Prof. Fisher and Others Address Iowa Audiences on League. MOTNKS, Iowa, Oct. 22,-- fiocrotary Dakar, Professor Irvlnt? l^lfihor, of Yale University, Colonel WWttlesey of "Who loot bnttnllon" fumu and other men and women of prominence hero today In their c.riiisado for tho l/oaffuo of Nations, emphasized, the nocoHslty this year of "vote l)y principle, not by party." Thi) IBHIIO of this camipaltfn, they assorted, waus tho I./oag'no of Nat i o n s und Blnco no one knew where Senator Hiwdinpr stood on this Issue, tho only nuro hope of leapno sn.p porters w:ui l,o c»»t their ballot for (lovernor Cox. The various attl- tudrt 1 * taken by different jnifluen- tlal llcpubllcans In ires-ard to thcv Ijoaeruc, and tho aipparunt InooiiKls- tone.y In that party's stand, was pointed out.'by the apcnkora. Seen^tary 'Baiter on arriving liorc wtV3 presented with a list of ciueis- Jlons, most of them relating to the rls'h Hltiiatlon, which ho promised to answer at «omo future date. Oliver Doud Byron, Famous Actor, Dies LONG- BKlACH, N. Y., Oct 22.-Oliver Doud (Byron, veteran actor of the .American RtuRo, who luid appeared w i t h E d w i n Booth, ,'Iohn Wilkes Booth, Joseph Jefferson, Danru. Keone, Mrs, Scott. .SlddoiiH und otiher famous stars, died at Ma homo hero today. Ho was 78 years old. He retired ifrom the stajre live years apvo, m a k i n g his final appear- trnco In New York, in "General John ReRtui." Mr. Hyron was born In Frederick Meu-yland. Ho nuule his llrnt. stiiKO rip'pearance In "Nlokola« Nlelde- hy" with the late Joseph Jefferson In I860. His most notable success wi.s in ''Across the Continent" nnd while starrrni? In this play in 1874 1m was responsible for tlin first ,sta,f?o hppearanco of Ada Rdhun, He Itf survived by his widow, Kate Orahan Byron, a sister of A.da Rehan und a non, A r t h u r Byron, an actor. AMUSEMENTCOMPANIES FILE DISSOLUTION PAPERS PrcUmln'ary papers of dissolution liidloatlnK that tho Harmim Amuse- niont Company and the Hippodrome A m u s e m e n t company of Bridgeport aro to ifo out of business were, tiled with tho state socl-etary at. Hartford yesterday. Tho directors of the Mivrmim' Amusement Company are Joseph flapM-Hieln, TOvolyn SapcrstPlu and H u r r y Allison Goldstein. The directors of t h e H i p p o d r o m e Amusement C o m p a n y aro Louis T,evln, Oharle.M Levin, A d o l p h Schwartz nnd Joseph Sapcrsteln. ^EALTYlECORDS WaiTiuity Docds. Wlllliim 11'. Nichols to Hormiin G. N'awadny, 30 feet, Hanford street. Humuol Fltelspn to James Carbone, -10 feet, Central avenue. Jam on Carbono to Elate Miller, ·10 font, Central avonue. Richard J. and Julia N. Hariuin to Sofia Llpsitz, 422 foot, Poplar Boil'o I,IpsllK to Theresa Hnschki, '12 feet, Poplar .street, Quit Claim Heeds. Tho Hawloy Hardware company lo Imulor nnrt Charles l l l m b n u m , realty, I/nfnyettn street mid M o n t h avenue. Ella K, Tieaeh to John P h i l i p Rumiiilt, 50 feet, Clorcrnont juvenile. K n t h o r l n e ft. Curtis to IT. TJ, lUorchoiiHe, t r u s t e e , (10 feet, Kalr- nold a v e n u e , A m e r i c a n and HrltUsh Mnmifac.- l u r l i i K e o r p o r n t l o n tu (!. W. Mo- N i - u r , l n e u i ' | i n r i l ( k d , a n d New Tdria ( ' i i i l c k M l l v e r M i n i n g co'mi'.'iny, J ^ r 0 , 000. Herman n. Naw.-idny io Will i a m 11.' N I . ' h u l H , H O f e i n t , H u n f o r d M i r e e l , $1,(175. H u r r y ICalajIcin a n d Menak Knln- J l a n lo O I n i r l f H O i i M l o y u n , 50 font, Lnpnn s t r c ' i ' t , $ 1 , 2 5 0 . h ' r i M l c r l e l t I I . a n d lithcl M . l U u ' l n n a i j l o A l b e r t . M i n i C a r o l i n a I l l n u l u ' , .'IS I'i'i'l, J I M I O Hlri' $i,50ll. Hollo LtpslU in J t l c h a v d and Julia M, H f l r n n n , 42 foot, Poplar atroot, $2,000. GRANT'S 14th Anniversary Sale Women's silk hose Extra Special 59c pair Seamed back in black, white, cordovan and grey. All sizes. Slight seconds of the dollar grade. Women's "Maple Knit hose " p a r 59c Men's "Wearite" half hose pair 25c This price represents a saving of at least lOc per pair. , Boys' "Big Chief hose A High grade mercerized hose of first quality. Would be a splendid value at 85r. Children's "Wearite" hose pair 38c The famous "Wearite" brand, 1st quality, fine gauge ribbed hose, in black, cordovan and white. Buy them by the box. par 39c h A .licnv y ribbed hose, worth 59c » pair* A dependable stocking for the boy. Men's part wool sox pair 29c tSc quality to sell at this sale at the very special price of S9c. W. T. GRANT 1193 to 1201 Main St. Big Price Cuts in Every Department We have marked 20% off every article in the immense stock of merchandise 'carried in our store, with the few exceptions noted below. UNUSUAL SAVINGS EVERYWHERE IN THE STORE New Fiction Popular Fiction Travel Books Juvenile Books Standard Authors Prayer Books Toy Books Dictionaries Bibles Technical Books Blank Books Loosefeaf Books Loose Leaf Ledger* Memorandum Books Address Books Line A Day Diaries Steel Pens Penholders Lead Pencils Pencil Sharpeners Erasers Black Boards Ink Mucilage Paste Stamp Pads Ink Eradicator Steel Eraser* Photo Albums Drawing Instruments Drawing Boards Tee Square* Angles Drawing Paper Tracing Paper Tracing Cloth Filing Indexes Business Envelopes Whist Sets Card Cases Poker Sets Writing Portfolios Dennison's Goods 20 20% OFF EVERYTHING IN THIS STORE EXCEPT Rand Visible Filing--Steel Filing Equipment Text Books--Copper Plate Engraving Fountain Pens--Eversharp Pencils Filing Canb Filing FoUm Typewriter Paper Paint HNONST. Fine Stationery Box Paper Correspondent* Card* Greeting Card* Score Cards Dinner Card* Playing Card* Pound Paper Tin Cash Box.* De«kS«to {NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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