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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 192G.
1.1 Evolution of the Easter Hat TRIPSJUTLINED Several Exploration Parties to . Take Pictures Washington, March 25. The Na tional Geographic society has an ex tensive program of photographic ex positions covering next few months. Jacob Gayer, of the society's Half, who was ;i member of tht, MacMillan Arctic expedition las', summer, when ho made ihe first natural color photograph ever taken In Arctic regions, has been sent to Central America and the West In dies, where hd will conduct a pho tographic survey tor several months. At, present ho is In Guatemala, v. hero he is obtaining many beauti ful studios in colur of that pictur esque country and Its unique In dian lite. One of the most colorful regions In the world. In Its native costumes, is the Balkan peninsula, and Hans llildenbrand has been sent to the Dalmatian coast with Instructions to travel through Yugoslavia and baclc into eastern Europe as far as Hun gary and Rumania. Gervais Courtellement, one of the world's foremost exports In auto rliroine photography, has been com missioned to travel through Trance and Belgium and add new color plates to the society's already large collection of natural color photo graphs of that part of Europe. In the Far East Joseph F. Rock, plant explorer, whose expeditions In to Burma resulted In the discovery of the tree that produces chaul nioogra oil, used in the treatment of leprosy, and whose more recent ex pedition under the auspices of the National Geographic society into western Yunnan and Tibet brought to America the .blight-proof chest tint tree and discovered the black i h'idodendron, is now in a remote Viovince of China as the guest ol the Prince of moni. Mr. Ilock recently wrote hat he Ik enjoying the hospitality of this prim."" and tint they have, become l.iit frieii'lp. The prince has placed :. Mr. Rock's disposal for the win tr one of the buildings in the la J:iosry ft his capital and he If, ex periencing unusual winter comfort, d to the loan by the prince of a European !'C'. The explorer has Wmnt so well established in this By ethel.ontario GOLD IS I EXPECT BATTLE ON flO YOlDLfP ALWAYO GONE- TO OUP n HEADSY PIECED U - in 1855 I&70 Vt ViE.Pt H&PPY WDIQ OHL OF MOHG-m I&95 WE. CONlDEPED OliPElVE.1 QUITE. VMPT IH ; Finding ol Precious Mineral Starts Miniature Klondike MO it too all of tws to Mkt U? FEEL IT WA?PEALLY EffTTtP- I92 BY NU StRVlCt INC. - 1900 Qi 1910 H0TH1HG- caopt of m npcnl COULD Tlp OUP FEW1NIHL. HEM? TCP - -Put to-dw HOW LITTLE. IT TAKe. TO i wv-o l. u-o rtni f TV,L FELLOW ViHO ?ITV PEHIND H-i-lson, Out, M-ircl. :s The oil melodrtuiiti ot the Klondike gold 1 rufh is once orure being r--enri''"' I with this littl-i snow-hin-f. d m .- as Itf lUt'S' s'ag- -1 ! 1 1 LT . 'Ihe report! d lin-lini: eo)l In 'he Hed l.nke dis'rtc in imr'h'-rn iJid.n lo has aroiif-1 Hudson trom t'i rm 'oinary whiter hlbernti'lou and eon. ver'fd i' in'o a busdii c-nt-r o! ar. ti iy, g.'i'h'Tini; pom' fyr hun dreds of ad-. enturous spirit's lured I'i's bv the hope of pluektrg a for tune from 'he earth All of the txw r and proper. M'S of the 'Tar Not'!!" movie thrill er are to be "ere, m v-al ln'e here o d.iv he dog train, 'he pack and the pucker, the sue?. .Mine -s. the O.t'l-v.iy In-lmns 'he bearded profp.-.o'rs, th" d.inre lii'i!. 'he 'ia?'i!y cons'r'icti -1 stores, the log f;idi;s, shacks, and ''ivs vhicb hou;." 'he new arri"a!s, H'l lson is on 'hi' northern trans '" nt.m-mtl M".e ! '"ar.a iian N. t!i'!".')i r.ill-'jy S'ttii,' 21'' miles t.'tf 'Airntpr 'ind 1C miles to the M'nr ,It: lie ires' hike, dtstrkt I more than a may i slV'it L'-ok V is Hudson ni'iv on tirn a 70 Ped l"e Mercbants ol City to Gather Monday to Discuss Hours The annual battle on th question of fi'urday night closing, is fxpected 'o be resumed on Monday morning "lien a meeting of all merchants, whe'her members of the Chamber of ''"mmeree or no', will be held In the '"iiimher of Commerce headquarters in 'he Raphael building on West M.iin street to ratify the recommen dations by 'he committee on uniform hours The report of the committee, rati 'i' d tins morning by the directors of i.e nun-iintile bureau, provides that ill fores except meat and provision s'or'.s shall close at 6 p. m. during luly and August and that meat and provision stores shall close at 7 o clock en Saturdays. The. hours reconimf nded by the committee are as follows: Close all day, New Year s, Washington's birth day. Mav S'"h, July 4 Labor Pay. I ''.anksgivlng and Christmas. Close i' noon. Good Friday. I The Saturday nigh' closing hour, i o'clock. 'i'h th exception of meat ind provision s'ores, which will be .closed at T. if the. action is approved finally, will be tried out during th months of July and August. It it provei satisfactory to th merchants, another meeting will bt called dur ing the middle of August at which time the quntlon of permanently closing on thee hours wlU'oa dls cussed. 1 Evening! befora holiday obaerved the usual custom of closing mt p. m. will b recommended, 9ednea day half holidays, with tha closing hour set at 12 o'clock, have been recommended for the weeks from July 7 to September . Nights before Cl.rlstmss, the hours recommended ore as follows: At ( p. m, on the evenings of December CO, 21. and 13 and at 7 p. m. on December 14. The meeting Monday la for all nierchon's and not Just for mem bers of the Chamber of Commerce. at LAi'NnrnEns' mletixo Osslnn S. Benne't, L. W. Vogei anl William Krenler. all of th I'nlon laundry and Dry Cleaning Corp., attended a banquet of the New Haven County Laundry Own ers' associatiou In New Haven last evening. Mr Pennett epoke on Professor Alllng's researches Into laundry practices. ! HI UIUCK OIT OV TRIP Marseilles, - ranee, March 25 ,The American Ambassador, Myron T. IWrlck. sailed today for a thre" weeks' tour of Algiers and Morocco He ill Tint fjt the military forces Much road construction work t being done in Mexico. (Continued Fioin First Fage) MH1JI ;5S . Jfef Thorough Eve Examinations liEXUV V. REDDEL1 OptoiiiL'tiist & Optician Tiuplinii litiiMim; W MAIV ST Suite ii;, - la: -a way community, where few while men have visited, that he is admitted to the religious ceremonies of Lamalsm and is taking photo graphs, with the help of the prince, of religious activities which have rarely been seen, much less photo graphed, by white men. Because of the unusually colorful costumes used by these Larnas in their ceremonies and the extraordi nary opportunity Mr. Koek has to photograph them, he has cabled tor equipment to make na'ural color plates of these unusual subjects, and, with the. co-operation of tin Chinese legation In Washington, a consignment of plates with color schemes and special lenses has been dispatched to him via Peking, spe cially packed in small boxes within larger ones, so that whn the end of 'he railroad Is reached and the boxes are to be transported by ' coolies or camels these smaller boxes can be adapted to their pack:-. Maynard Own William, the so ciety's eta ft European correspond ent, Is at present making his hen ) ', quarters in Blrut, Syria, and dur ing the. winter has been working throusho'it Asia Minor, the Holy .and and Greece, placing special emphasis on natural color photog raphy In the. spring he. will pro ceed to the Ilusslan trans-Caspian regions, from which he will bring hack uiany color platt-s from such places as Bokhara, tamurkand, Fer gana and Men'. Under the personal direction of L'r. Frederick V. Coville. chairman of the research committee of the National Geographic society, and "1th th'! co-op'ratl"n of the. Cali fornia Academy of fch-no-s and ilc. dlrector, l'r. Barton W. Evnrmann. Charles Martin, chief of the socie ty's photographic labora'crie? an xperf technician in color photog raphy, will photograph the v I'd lowers of the Pacific slo- trom h Mohave d-sert ar 'ar corl: Mount Rainier i im; in on. i ir.r.ps Long Beach. Cal., March Cr, (.. I ire early to-lay ate i's way 4hreKt ho northwest extension of fignv Hill oil field, near here totally 1 : -roin? 'wo derricks ';nd four ei; "nits and i:-. . loping in dim'-;, thr 'her ries. 'The dant'e at 4 a. m. nasi ''' uted at a quarter of a niiilleui d-l HUSBAND TOOK SAVINGS, WIFESUES FOR $2,000 M atorburv Woman Declares .Tolnt ISnnk Ai'ttjiint as AN itlnlrawn l!y I'laliMlllo Man tor $'-.'''''' on t-'o counts h.i: .: ' ii brought by Mary Malon Nic wics of Wa'erl"iry against. Anthony iceivicz of Plainvilie. The plain tiff claims that on March 14. i:i. sh.e and th" deft-ndan' rt'posi' I "l,i"iO in the Feople's Sa-ii:a-s Tank "f Now- Iirl'ain in a joint account lend 'ha' during the ensuing year th'- deiendant withdrew this en'ip .irnoun' wl'h.out h'-r knowledge c "quiescence. ?hw further al!'-?-t-iii' on April 27, p;j she 1 n th-lefe-ndant S5c' ' hirh has ne-er ' en returnrd Th " ri' was issue') v Mirhaf) V. r.linsfield of Watr 1 TV and is re'tirnabl in the super ior court of New- Haven coun'v. rp,,t,- fi-.-riff Mar'in H Horwiv. has garr.kh---ed money in the hands of S'anislaw Sumoski and Bronislaw Pomanski. IX C111TICAL COXDITIOX Mrs. Catherine OX'ell Suess of 4: Main street, w-ho has been seriously ill lor the pas' l'l weeks suffering iron) the after eficts of scarb-t fever Is in a critical condition at the Hartford hospital. Mrs. fuess un derwent two blood transfusions m ' hich her husband, and her broth- . William O'Dell gave quantities l their blood in an effort, to save .r life. Brarf' has a slump In radio pnedr Special tramcars for w-orn'-n sun "r'r? nr fthan ar b-lnr run ic London. Q,--k your rRyosi fop mb.-jr.- .-'.iMift ssr,Mnt.o'lWusrorfSF fR0;.iC!:AL''jT;-:MA-C0ll5KST,WD3 HOME MINION MLXtlXt. There wdll be a meeting of 'h Home Missionary department of the .:'-'Ut.h church In tb.e church parlors emorrow afternoon at S o'clock, 'tiss Marie ptehner '.'ill speak on American Contacts." Miss S'ehiiet as formerly a member of 'he Cite Mission of 'his city. Mrs. V. M. reals will re::d a paper on "The flat Met's Aire rica." There will ilei b short talks bv Miss Gertrud" Rogr'-rf. Miss L'tiby Pickinson and Miss Es-i''-lli Pii'kinson, and AIrs. H M Armstrong will give a ser!s of rio-h'-mian songs. present efficlen'lv operating bureau He cre -iitcd Pr F ' T. Peeks, first S'lpenn'endfnt, vij'h much of 'he er!-:, anrl told of the board's 1m por'ance in con'rolling diphtheria in1'! o't'.r diseases Ano'her f'lffgtnrd to '!;s public brought about during his adminis tration '''ar. es'n'ilishment of the fire limi's 'o affor'l pro'ectton to the en tire cry. he said. A qreaKr p'"' of the noonday dis cussion wis given ovr to a taiu on school huildinsr procrams. lie said the present poiicifp result in high costs, and he pointed to the Osgood Hill school as an example of an In oy.pensive vet practicable school buiMins. The speaker declared the present building policies v ill bank rup the city it not rurbed. Speaking of bori'l issues. w;hich he said were numerous in recc-n' years. Outj;iy told his lis'eners the city ".iv pays betw-en 'i.eiVi and ""iii -) weele in Interes' on bonds for cork done in the past. IN Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for Headache Colds Neuralgia Lumbago Pain Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism nr..u nrn.ti.ii classii ir.n rr- FOR VOIR WANTS i' fi r,rytT,NT AX'X'Ol NCT.D "Ti'e eneicreip.en nf tlss Marearct M , ii to Pichard E. Pdaclt rir:i. Jr.. of M'est Har'ford was i '.inounce d las' e'-ening at a party riven a' the home of Miss Meyen's ;is'er. Mrs. C Van Valkenburg. of "T.uroh street A buffet lunch was !!-'-.- The home T,-as prettily -en;. -. i. -j jn j-.iirple and geld No 1 I' Ill:" beer Set fof f J, T e,idng. DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART Accept only "Bayer' package which contains proven directions. Hajidy "Bayer" boies of 12 tableti Also bottles of 24 snd 100 Drureista. Afpirlo Is tie trtde mirk of Bjr Muiafattore of MoottUatliMter of Saltfrlicad mppose they were your children ft' S! I. Help Us Help These! Visiting Nurse Bovs' Club Bov Scouts 1 uberculosis Relief Junior Achievement Fresh Air Camp Girl Scouts Day Nursery Salvation Army Welfare Association Suppose your children were without care all day ---their mother working to add to the too small income of a large family or entirely taking the father's place as wage earner in case of sickness or widowhood? Sup pose it were necessary for your oldest son to give up school to stay home and take care of his smaller brothers and sisters while Jus mother was away from 6:30 a m. to 6:30 p m-? And suppose in such a case the Day Nursery offered the mother a place where she could leave her children while she worked, assured that they Community Chest Campaign 1926 $66,588- would receive the best of care and food? A place where they could play outdoors with other chil dren, have their hurts attended to and from which die would bring them home each March 22-29 night healthier and happier than when she left them in the morning. f Wouldn't you bless the Day Nursery and pray that it could con tinue lo help your children? Hun dreds of mothers today are blessing it ---and it is up to you whether your contribution to the Community Chest wrill enable it to go on helping their children and others. Uive a IJav s rav New B ritain Community Corporation Serving Ten Member Chanty Organizations Donated by B. C. Porter Sons Raphael's Department Store