NEW BRITAIN DAILY HEJIAU TJIURSPAY, JULY 17, 192t
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I'RIXttMi ft AIM A ft AT CAPITOb
A new bill of Keith vaudeviii and
photoplays opened a three day en.
gagsroent at the Capitol I hi after,
noon with several fin attraction fe.
lured. Topping lh vaudavtll allow
it lb preaenUtioa of Prince Had
jah, lh celebrated Continental
ponent e( terpaichore. Th prince
I an Egyptian and offers a aoriea or
tar dance with beamy and grace or
, her nativ land. Una feature 'Th
Paiiee of Cleapatra," a number which
ha been a nwtlon wherever th
prince liaa performtil. Capitol pa
iron will Ilk th prince and her
Another feature I th comedy skit
offered by Mr. Gen Hughes, the
popular Uroadway aclreaa, and her
company of player., Th till I "P
Alive" and ther ar many bright and
' willy line and plenty of good com
Th Btanley slater received warm
applauaa for their rendition of popu
lar song In their own ityl of lng-
Inc. ttmith and Cantor ar a two man
comedy act with both of tha boy
howlnir plenty of entertaining quail
tie. The Mann Brother offer I
, unique novelty In "Two Jolly Bailor
on a Bounding Hope," a gymnat act
that waa well liked, a the two boy
.how remarkable training In perform
ing stunts on iha tight rope.
The photoplay feature preaent
Douglas Maclean In "Tha Bunsbtne
Trait" a photodrama that contain
plenty of comedy dona by Douglas
MaeLeun and a wonderful supporting
Ullf If Iff Tff II IfTf VVfff
THK flAHWOOT MOV," LYCEIM
'The Barefoot y," a pleturlsatloa
of Wlilttier'a poem, mhlih opened yea
terday at the Lyceum theater, boaata
of th lineal all tar eaat of any pie.
tur of tha aaon, Th biuebook of
fllmdom waa aaenibM for til
qulalteiy tender lov tory of .0 year
ago ana toaay
Next week a veritable faahion ahow
I dated for tli Lyceum patron when
till theater wfll ahow th famsu
aoldw. production, "Nelll. tht
Uv.' .. Cloak Model."
PRISONERS GIVEN I.EAVK
Minor Offender In Rnln Permitted
( To Aid Ja Harvests.
Moscow, July 17. All the prison
er nerving In soviet jails for minor
offense are to be granted a leave of
absence of 80 days, by a soviet gov
ernment harvest vacation decree.
. This applies especially to peasants
end former re army soldiers who are
serving terms for offenses committed
owing to their reduced circumstances.
TJie harvest vacation decree, re
quested the prison authrrltles to as
sure themselves beforehand that the
prisoners will return at the end of 80
I TONIGHT FRI. SAT.
The Continental Exponent of
"The Dance of Cleopatra"
Mrs. Gene Hughes
And .Her Players In
Songs as You Like Them Sung
OTHER UIG ACTS
'The Sunshine Trail'
Matinees 700 Seats 20c.
IS BOLTING PARTY
Senator Wheeler Announces
Preference lor La Follette
Washington, July 17. Senator
Wheeler, democrat, Montana, will not
support John W. Davie, th democra
tic, presidential nominee.
Announcing this decision Mr.
Wheeler, who directed tha sonata -
qulry Into former Attorney J..J
Daughertys administration, aalc,
Intended, however, to support ate
democratic state ticket In Mo,
and work for the reelection of W.
As for his own vote, Senator Wheel
er said it "likely" will be cast for Sen
ator La Follette. He declared, how
ever, that he would not accept an
dorsemont as a vlce-preaidentlal can
dldate on the La Follette ticket If It
were offered him.
In a brief statement outlining his In
tentlons, Mr.' Wheeler said that when
the democratic nominee for president
Is the attorney for flio principal In
terests of Wall street, I can not and
will not support him."
Coincident with the Montana sen'
tor's announcement, Parley Parker
Christensen, presidential nominee of
the farmer-labor party In 1920, called
on Senator La Follette to give per
sonal assurance of his wholehearted
support. As an Independent, La For
lette, he declared, would receive
heavy farmer vote.
Mr. Wheeler s announcement wa
accepted by La Follette supporters as
definitely eliminating him from the
field as a La Follettd running mate.
Among those who have been ap
proached with a view to ascertaining
whether they would run, if seiectea,
Is Associate Justice Brandeis of the
VOICES IN THE AIR
Thrumlay, July IT, II4.
t:oa p. a. Baa ball gear, Plnr
114 p. m Wttl Via Merry Heart.
:4a p. m, New bulletin
;6 p, m. t'Ull aooree.
"Shrub and Perennial that Bloom
T;l p, m. 'Farm program.
T:(o p, m. Market repent
1:60 p. in. Concert by th KPKA
liiii pympheny orchestra and aea
till p. Arlington time aigaala,
Weather forecast. flaeabtll scare.
10;ea p, m. Concert.
Waitlnghouaa gprlngfisld )
1:00 p. m. L0 Raliman, Hotel
:lt p, m. Songs.
1:40 p. m.-Uo Ileiaman and his
Hotel Brunswick orchestra.
T:o0 p. m. Results of game play
ed by th Eastern, American and Na
7:01 p, m. Letter from th New
Tito p, m. Bedtime atory.
7:40 p. m. Concert by children for
1:00 p. m. Recital by baritone and
1:10 p. m. Recital by soprano and
10:11 p. m. Arlington tlm signal
THE COOLEST SPOT IN HARTFORD
ALL THIS MEEK
MAT. DAIIr EXCEPT MON. FRI.
THE P0LI PLAYERS
ARTHUR HOWArrh and
WINIFRED ST. CLAIRE
Under Direction of A. H. VAN BL'REN
"The Old .
ft comedy In A Prologue and thru nets
by Georr) 8. KnutTmnn and Marc Con
nelly an thorn of "Mri-ton of the Movlen."
"To the Ladles," "Ilutey" and "Helen
of Troy N. If." Produced on the name
tcale as t he Mew York Production.
Policeman and Mrs. James McCabe
and daughter, Miss Anna M. McCabe
of 82S Maple street, are visiting
friends in New York and New Jersey,
Miss Jane L. Tracy of 133 Smalley
street, has returned home after
spending several days with her sister
In New Hartford.
Mrs. J. J. Walsh and family of
Columbia street, and Mrs. Fred Holl
felder of Madison street, are at Wood-
mont for the rest of the summer.
Agurs Bardeck Is spending her vaj
cation at Woodmont.
' FRANKIE LEE
The Beautiful Cloak Model
(Westlnghouse Chics ge.)
:00 to 6:10 p. m. Dinner concert.
4:00 to 4:10 p. m. Joaka DeBaba-
6:10 to 6:20 p. m. Paul White-
6:20 to 6:10 p. m. Joska Da Bab.
7:00 to 7:20 p. m. "Twenty mln-
utes of good reading."
7:20 to 1:16 p. m. Musical pro
gram. 8: IB p. m. "Safety First" talk.
9:00 to 10:80 p. m. "At Home"
(General Electric Co. Schenectady.)
m, Baseball scores.
m. A few moments with
8:00 p. m. Musical
Liberty Bell Chorus.
(Palmer iehaal at t'hiraiutueu.
f p. a. aorl n4 wtkr
I p. in Orokactr program aa
hour.) Tb fainter kVhaol fi4ia
arahaatra, tarioa oioui,
(Courier Journal and LouisMll Timet
Tit ta I p. ni. Onu-heur cenuert
Iha Lautavtlle Railway Inapectui
quartet, rour.nilnul digest of In-
taraatioaal Kunday aehoal leaaan,
Kour-mlnutt Child Waifare Talk.
Lai Imparlant buiieiina. IUe.
lt tear. Official eaniral atandard
lim aaaeuneed at I e'eloek,
(Detroit Free Press Detroit.)
' "t . m. Dinner Concert ana' fl-
. wi scores,
f .u. Organ recital.
(Atlanta Journal Atlanta, Ga.)
8:00 to 9:00 p. m. W. B. Griffith
School of Music program.
10:45 p. m. Organ recital.
(Shepard Stores Boston.)
(Radio Corp. of America Washing
ton, D. C.)
p. m. Children' hour,
p. m. A talk on motolng.
p. m. Piano recital,
p. m. Song recital by eontral
P. m. Musical program,
p. m. Dance program by pete
p. m. Time signals and
6:30 p. m. Meyer Davia Rilvn.
Stratford Hotel concert orchestra and
7:00 p. m."Sunny Jim."
8:00 p. m. Meetlnsr of th Te
Scout radio corp.
8:30 n. m. Readings. Prnrrim ,
'The Eurydlce Quartet."
:30 p. m. Dance music hv th
(American Telephone and Telegraph
l:o. mew York City.)
6-12 p. m. Dinner minlr. mm.
week services. Pianist and group of
artists. Contralto. Vincent t.An.
and his orchestra.
Tomorrow's breakfast prepared with tonight's
dinner a QUICK QUAKER delight
Try this new recipe
HERE it the richest, moat delightfully cooling of hot weather
breakfasts. Made of oats, ft anpremdy nourishing and
' Al TlffJtlP.tontyrt, cook your regular braakfaat
qnantiv of QUICK QUAKES (tha new Quaker Oata that
cooks in threat to fin tnhmaea).
When doaaa, poor fato a podding mould and let eooL Then
psaca in tfaa telrigaalut ear night Cut in rnediom thick sUcea .
and aerrt at braakfaat with fresh or cooked fruits or berrie
and tngsr float Hiich nuTk or cream.
The combfaatlon fg.deDghtiaL A world noted chef dKOT
ered tint new way. Joet for tha joy of it, trj i t
Star JardtJlKxe and wight package-.
Medium: 1 ft pomndtj Large: 3 poands, 7 ox.
i to 3 minute
(Gimbel Bros. Philadelphia.)
6 p. m. Official weather foreeaat.
6:05 p. m. Dinner music by th
Kentucky Berenadera orchestra.
6:45 p.. m. Livestock and produce
7 p. m. Bedtime stories and roll
m. "Timely Talk to Motor-
8:15 p. m. Concert by Comfort's
8:45 p. to. "What the Wild Wave
are Saying," picked up by a micro
phone placed amidst the breaking
wave under the Steel Pir, Atlantic
City, New Jersey.
8:50 p. m. Murphy'a Minatrela.
9:30 p. m. Concert by Vessella's
11:05 p. m. Dane music by Har
vey Marburger and hi Keith vaude
(Round Hills Radio Corp. South
6 p. m. Dinner music.
7 p. m. Mid-week services.
7:80 p. m. Concert pianist and
director, with tenor, .contralto, so
prano and baritone.
8:80 p. m. Contralto.
8:50 to 10 p. m. "WEAF" Con-
(t'nion Trust Co. Cleveland.)
I p. m. Ivan Franelaci't . Htt
(Federal Teiepaona and Telegraph
Co. Uuffalo, N. V.)
I: It p. m. Dinner music. Vincent
Lop Hotel Sutler dene orchtatr
T:lt p. m. Digest of th day
newe, Haaeoail aeor. l.lv mock
market report Agriograma.
11:41 p. m wtathsr foreraat,
(American Radio and Reeearrh Corp,
Medford HIIKid. Mass )
6 p. m. Closing stork market r.
porta Agriograma. Host on polic
7:11 p. m. con practice.
7:1 p. m. Evening program. Talk.
7:45 p. m. Pernio and hla bunch,
1:11 p. m. Musical. Weather re
port and time.
(Lotw'a Bute Theater Building
New York City)
6-7 p. m. Aiound th Alamac'a
7-7:16 p, m. "Roamer Sport Per
iod." , .
9:10 p. m. Cha. Strickland'a Pali-
tadea Park orchestra.
10 p. m. Original Recitation.
10:10 p. m. Harry Hock and his
10:10 p. m. Roscland dance or
11 p. m. Frltzl Leyton singing.
11:10 p. m. Buddy Truly alnglng.
11:20 p. m. Popular songs,
11:10 p. m. Original James Boy.
(Aeolian Hall New Tork
T p. m, -atUtsa haXI eaneart r-
I II p. m. ptaaaelal dsvalep.
aaeata at Iha day.
T it p. m -tiolham hota) ganesrt
are heal ra,
I p. VVkly Freack I eaten,
I It p. m Wanamsker rancart,
t it p, nWKafeiy talk,
9 4 p, m suh 'lald Artillery
: p. m--Hael Majeatlt arch-
OH 4MM On U-g
.ouiviiia, Ky, Obtaining a loan
of III with hla wooden leg a aeur
H y. Louis III man won hla free.
dorn from th eliy Jail recently, Ha
waa then financially but net physically
able la leave hla cell. Thla problem
was solved when two cripple In th
jail loaned him their crutches.
At Last a
keep I.iht Hair ttm Darkening
Mfhtens Faded Mead Hair
When llslil halrad peapl wh Ihtlr hslr
Inan srdlnary way, thin film ef ell la
lit an Mrh hair, which esllKis airt and
ilual, riuiln Hi hair te darkan. That la
uy bloodn should alwav um atiarlal
lianipna. Ksr while light hair la always
ttracilv, Ha smuiy ta loit J ml aa aoan
as It beranite uncertain In color, dirty-
Inoklnc and airaakr. Bloadts, tha Raw
Swadlih Unlit hair aliampoo, sot only kaopt
blonil hair from darkening, but actually
nrlnsa hack th true aoldcii baauty to even
ilia dulltn and moat fadad blonde nalr.
Makaa hair flurry, allky, Hlahly tianaClclal
to both hair and acalp. It Is not a dya.
Cnntalna no Injurloue rhvmlt-ala. Money
Inntanlly rerundod If not dcllshtod. Oat
ninndox today at all cood dealara. auch aa
Fair Dpt. aiora and Clark at Bralnard,
Heals Like Magic
Chafing, Rashes, Itching and
all oKin irntaiions oi
Infants, Children & Adults.
Healini Toilet Powder
Gives Instant Relief.
There's Nothing Like It. All druggist
It doesn't matter how young th hostess
is, her popularity is assured If shs serve
sparkling root beer th tippy, full-flavored
kind that Is made from WiWtmt'
Root Bear Extract.
And It's so easy to make. A 25c bonis
of extract, Sugar and yeast that's IL
Th pimple directions ar printed on ev
ery bottle. Try it and see. At sll grocer's.
a tJ reduction
-r77.fi ii f
A & P
liood relish tmmtf
a time saver
rk Lunch Rolls
ROOT SEER EXTRACX
Makers of "Fruit of the Loom" recommend
washing their fabrics with Rinso
WHITE cotton fabrics form a
good part of your family wash.
You have always insisted on having
them washed 6potless even if it almost
broke your back.
But now you can have that same
satisfaction without the desperately
hard work. You can soak dirt out of
your clothes with Rinso, the new kind
oi soap ior tne lamuy wasn.
Soaking in it loosens
all the dirt
Soaking in Rinso takes the place of the
hard rubbing that used to wear you out.
The Rinso suds are so rich in cleansing
power that they loosen even ground-in
dirt. Play clothes, collar bands and
cuff edges now come clean with a
sprinkle of dry Rinso and only a light
rubbing between your fingers.
Rich cleansing power lies in these
Be sure to use enough Rinso to get
lasting suds after the clothes have been
put in. Then soaking in Rinso floats
the dirt out.
The secret of Rinso's cleansing power
lies in the firm lasting suds. When
clothes are very soiled or when the
Water is hard you will need more Rinso
just let the tuds guide you always.
This completely dissolved soapiness will
safely soak the dirt right out. Then a
good rinse to flush the loosened dirt
away and that good-looking wash of
yours is ready for the line.
Made by the makers of Lux, this new
laundry soap is just as wonderful for
the family wash as Lux is for all fine
Rinso is also wonderful tot wah
ing dishes, for floors, linoleum,
woodwork, and enameled surfaces.
Get a supply of Rinso today. All
grocers carry it in the regular size and
big new package. Lever . Bros. Co.,
Whether you Soak Boil or use a Washing Machine
RlNSO is the only soap you need on washday
10:80, p. m. Austin 3. Wyli and
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