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THE FAEMER: FEBRUATTr 6, 1915
Sunday Services St. Johii'a Mpiscopal church, ark Mid Iirflel .veiiae3,--SeV. Stephen F. Sherman, Jr., rector; Rev. Fanle.",'WV. ' Bigelow, assistant. Services, 8 a. in., Celebration of Holy Communion; 10:30 . m. Litany, sermon and celebration t the Holy Communion. The rector U1 reach;4J2, noon, Sunday school; p. tiL, ohoral ifevenaong. Th sruiMs Mil meet 'as "'follows: Monday after fcosh, St. Mary's Chapter; Tuesday af lernoon, drawing- room meeting' 4n-.the thtersst jat i mlseienis . at the' home of, Mrs. Lewis Curtis, Waldemere. The speaker will he the Rt. Rev. Nathaniel '(Thorn, rpw TKi ,Bishop:ofi ) Wyoming:. ruewlay4 eveying lthe Boy' " Soouts. Wednesday afternoon, the Altar Chap ter. Wednesday evening-, Bltl Mats rarefs Guild and the Junior Chapter fcf the ' Brotherhood of . St. Andrew. Thursday evening, the Boys' club. .. ... t St. Uuke's church, Stratford avenue fcnd Sixth street. Rev, William H. Jep on. rector. 10:30, Holy" , Communion' and sermon; 12:16, Sunday school; 7:30, evening prayer and sermon. Rector's tudy : 4ass,i ,Wtoesdoy;- 7:45 p. i-iri. lotcohflr'mation study, Thursday, 8 p. m. ..-j , - Trinity church, corner Broad etret mS Ftoirneld avenue. Sunday services SVb. T, 1915. 6 a. m.. Holy Communion; w vM,i Matins; 10:30 .'a. m., choral celebration of the Holy Eucharist and sermon by Rev;; Henry C Dyer; 7:30 Pi m choral evensong' and sermon, by !RT. C. W. Areson. , , . . . ; Church of the 'Nativity, Sylvan ave nu, North Bridgeport. Sunday, Feb. T, 1815. 8:15 p. m., evensong and ser uoa fey Rev. Gilbert R- Under MIL .2bMatr35piskpat hUrcn,"C5ourtlajJd street, . Rev. John Gv Sadtler, rector. . Holy Communion; ' s a. m. ! Holy Com munion, and sermon, 10:30 a. zn.; Sun day school; 12:15 m. ; " eveningf . prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m.; Women's Guild Tuesday,. S:3( p...m.;a Boy Scouts, Wed nesday, 7: Stt. p. m.; Girls cluti, Thurs day, 4 p.rin. .. ."'-, ... - --y : ,'.'- . .First i?ongregatiohal church, . Bank and Broad streets. Rev. , Herbert XJ, . Qallaudet,' pastor. 'j itorninK service at '10:30, "with serm&n, "Christianity and the World Crisis." . Sunday school at noon. "Vesper service of music at 4:30, the choir 'singing: anthems by Shelley; and Schumann.' Brief address toy the pastor "Modern ' Messages , from ' the Prophets,. HI,, the, Message' of Amos; Social Reltglon. Weeknight meeting Wednesday at - 7: 45. A welcome for everyone at all services jand' meetings. South Congregational church, corner Broad , and; Gilbert streets, iRev. Rich ard I Swain, Ph.. .minister. ..Morn ing service at JL0:S0. Sermon by' the minister on ilia, subject of' "Service." . Sunday - school, at' 12 '. o'clock. Junior ' Endeavor, at 'Jl:45."p.; m. "Vesper ,Instl . tute, 5 p. .m., when, the following vital questions; ' will' toe . discussed by the minister '"fs .theine much ' darrgref ' ,of losing the soul ? What is it to be lost or saved? . What- must -1 do to toe saved?" Ixuis' V. Sammis, violinist, will render some . fine solos,' accompa nied by Mrs." Efmer Beardsley on the organ. -MusicTwfH fregiii -a-k-qiiarte -ibe for flv";Mli$i3 iat,-T:45 'p.' m: " subject, -erigioalfdT Social Service." Every one is welcome to,,all the services of this church. The Olivet Congregational church, Main street at North avenue, - Rev. G-eorge Oiver Tamblyn, minister. The jpastor will preach in the morning' at 20:45 upon "The Young , People of Bridgeport," and urges all parents and. young people in the church' to be pres ent. . Suggestions will be given as -to ways the church may aid-the home in its great undertaking of making strong 'pen. and women for the coming gen eration. At the vesper service at 5 o'clock the general subject will be, "What the Citv is Already Doing for yt Young. People." Addresses will be made toy Miss Leona Macgeorge, sec retary of the Y. W. C. A., Mr. W. Sey mour Lacy, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and the pastor.; The large chorus choir will sing. "Young People's Sun day" is not an experiment in church work and it is hoped that Olivet par Jih will take advantage of this oppor tunity of studying, the needs, of the -young people' and the home and how the church may meet those needs. . .Bethany Congregational, the little shurch beside the road. Rev. Nestor : Lsght, -pastor. Morning worship at 10145, "The Friendship of God." . Sun-. jj!ay school at 12 m. , Evening worship ES-7:30. "Eow Far is the Consumer to iBlame?" Choral class Friday at 3:45 , p: m., Mrs. Alexander Howell, leader. Friday at 7:45 p. m., the North End Improvement Association meets to see whether a delegation can' be sent to , Hertford to work to secure a five cent - Fare to the city -line on North Main street. ': ' fThe , West End Congregational hurch, ' Colorado avenue, . between State street- and Fairfield avenue. 2Horning service at 10:30. "Boy. Scout" ftimday will be observed with special Rimon by Rev. Morgan Miller. Sun day school at noon, Supt., G. L. Hub- bell. Christian Endeavor meeting at :30 p. m., leader, Sherman T. Cole. Consecration meeting and roll calL TCp evening service. Wednesday even tnfs prayer meeting ' at 7:45, lealer, Vreorge A. sneriey. .1 The First " Methodist Episcopal tjhurch, - Fairfield avenue and Broad eti-eet, George M. Brown, pastor. -Puto-ij3 worship at 10:30. There will be the ireeoption' of new members and the l?acrament of the Lord's Supper. The Sunday school, will meet at 12 o'clock and the Men's Assembly at the same hour. The Epworth League service at S:30 will be condcted by Mrs. B. O Moody. Praise service at 7:30, fol lowed tty a sermon by the pastor on the topic, '"i" Escape from Sin." "Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, North avenue and Remer street, M. L. G: j Proper, pastor. Morning worship at.lO:30. Communion service. "Sunday school at 12:15, lir. B.'W. Lattin, Supt. ElJworth League at 6:30. . Roll call. Miss Gertrude Bennett, leader. . Topic, 'The Promise -of Forgiveness." Even - frig preaching service at 7:30. The pevstor will speak on "The Choice of Youth." ,r '-' ;v Washington Park Methodist Episco pal church, Barnum and Noble ave nues. Rev. Everett A. Burnes, minis ten 9:30, morning class meeting, Mr. B. B. : Smith, leader; 10: 30, morning worship with reception of new mem bers and the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper; 12:10, Sunday school, Mr. H. A. Chaffee, Supt. ; Brotherhood class, Mr. E. H .Williams, teacher; "232" cLss 13 toy the -minister; rlJOjtearJ; evening meeting, topic, "The Promise of ' Forgiveness," leader, Mr. Fred Main. , Young People's chorus will sing; 7:30, popular happy hour service with good music and a short practical sermon by the minister. Plenty of good fellowship and helpfulness. Seats reserved for strangers. , New-field " Methefuist Episcopal church. corner Stratford and Central avenues. Rev. Oamel M. .Lewis, pastor. Morn ing worship at a0:3O. Sermon iby the pastor, "The Law of Reverence," the third in the series on the Ten Words. Reception : of members on probation. Sunday school at noon', Tracy W. Hughes, superintendent. Classes of all ages. The Men's Forum taught by the,ij pastor. Other organized classes. Fpworth League at 6:45, leader, Mrs. A J. Sohn. JTopic, "The Promise of Forgiveness." Evening worship at 7:80. 'Sermon by Rev. A. H. Good- enough, ;X. r., district superintendent. Special music toy the enlarged choir and the male sextet. Monday evening at 7:45 the monthly ' meeting . of the Sunday school' board. Wednesday evening at 7:45 the weekly" prayer "Thursday evening at 7:45, social gath ering of the men. of the church and congregation as well as those in the Sunday school over sixteen years of age. The entertainment will be under the auspices of the Men's Forum nad the Newfield Brotherhood classes. Alex. McPhee will speak on "Subma rines." The Imperial Glee club will sing. . Light refreshments will be. served, and ' a social hour enjoyed. East End men are invited. Thursday evening, February 26, the annual ban quet Of the Sunday school hoard. Bethel A. M. E. - church; ; I. Stanley Jacobs, pastor. 10 ' a. m., Sunday school; 11 a: m., preaching service, subject, "A Mission of Love"; 12:15 a. m., class meeting 3:30 P. m a men's meeting. All men are invited; 6:30 p. m.; Young :PeOple's Christian Elndeavor society ; 8 p m., preaching service fol lowed toy .Communion, service, subject, "The Divine Presence." - First Presbyterian church, State street, corner of Myrtle avenue, Rev J ohn vMacLaren ' Richardson, pastor. Services,- 10: SO a. in., 7:30 p. m. Sun day school;' 12:05. - Christian Endeavor, 6:30. Subject in; the morning, "The Judgment." Evening, ,the Sacrament Of the "Lord's Supper will toe observed. - The People's Presbyterian" church, Laurel and Park avenues. Rev,' H, A. Davenport, minister." "Christian En deavor Day." Men's meeting, 10 a. m. Divine worship, 10:30. Endeavorers sit together, both Senior , and Junior. . An niversary 5 song, Male quartet; . .. Ser monoa "Tonng Acquaintances of His tory." Sunday school, 12 1. -Junior C Et 'meetmg 3: 30.; Senior Ci E. meet ing, 6:30, S. M. Keough in charge. "Our Syrian. 'Guest' will toe enacted by live young- ladies Meetings open to all. -First Baptist church. West and Washington avenues, , Rev. John Rich ard -Brown, -minister. Services at 10:36 and 7:30. Sunday . school at 12. The pastor s class for men. C. E. society. i:0. .. corning subject, "Life as a Crit Second Best Man. vlted. The Bridgeport Christian Union. Inc., the interdenominational work of the churches of the city in rescue and relief, 24 Bank street, Rev. C. W. Simp son, supt, sservices every evening- at 8 o'clock except Wednesday and Sunday evenings at 9; also Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tomorrow afternoon Rev. Bi- ,A- Davenport, pastor .of the Peo ple's Presbyterian .church, will speaks v.htherah'Zion church. iSornftr. r.ranfl fthd Catherine streets. Sunday" sschool, 9-b m-j?-German service, 10:30 a. m. Theme, "The Seed of the Word." Ger man service, 7 p. m. Theme. "The True. Discipleship." H. Wehmeyer. pastor. - . - . , German Reformed church. Consrress street, near Main street, Rev. Herman G Wiemer, minister. Divine services. morning, 10:30, and evening. 7:30. Sun day school at 9:30 a. m. Catechumens classes., t Juniprs,' Sunday, ,2V p. m. Sen iors,' Tiiesday" and Friday, 4 p. m. Services as usual at the A. M. tjt. Zion church. Broad and Gregory streets. Rev. 'William ,H. Ely, A. M., r., pastor. Subject, 10:45, "Lam- ness": 7:45, "Spiritual Blindness"- fi: SO TJ..C-' E.; 5 p. in.. Red Shield and Boys' Brigade; 12:15, Sunday scTiool.-' Mrs Alice Farrari organist. All are wel come. '. , First Church of Christ; Scientist, 871 xjaiayei Le street, sservice at 11 a. m. Subject,' "Spirit," Sunday school at 12:15. Wednesday evening- testimonial meeting at 8. .. The reading room is open -every day except Sunday from 10 to 1 and from 3 to 5 and also on Thursday evenings. AH are welcome. Sunday afternoon a service will toe held at 1,081 Broad street in memory of Miss Grace Hoadley Dodge of New York, who was the president of the National Board, Y. W. C. A., for many years, -tier aeatn, snoruy after Christ' mas, came as a shock to the many persons who had come iJ touch with her in either association work or anv movement for bettering the conditions Nof womankind- Her -wonderful per sonality ' and tine character made her loved by everyone who knew her. She was actively interested m the growth of the SC. W.. C. A. and it was due to Jher foresight and enthusiasm that the organization has developed so rapidly and efficiently in so short a time. The Bridgeport association unites with all the associations of the country in holding this meeting on Sunday after noon. The service, which will be at four o'clock, will be presided over by Mrs. James , Ludlum, the president. Miss Nellie Fox will sing and the Philoma- thian club will toe the hostesses for the afternoon. BOSTON MAN HERE MONDAY TO TALK ON EDUCATION AT SOCIALIST HEADQUARTERS C. E. Lang of Boston, will lecture at Socialist headquarters, ' Main St., Monday evriing' at 8 o'clock. His subject will be "Education." PERSONAL MENTION. Attorney IV.nlel E. Brennan has removed his law offices, from the D. M. Read building to Room 300, Meigs building.;' .,-.....' Connecticut Urged To Raise Blackberries Washington. Feb. 6 The cultiva tion of blackberries is ? urged by the department of agriculture in' a recent bulletin. Tliathows that over 50,000" acres of blackberries are under culti vation, chiefly in the South, but New Jersey has 4,400 acres, New York about 2,000 and other northerri states considerable areas. The department sees no reason why blackberries should not be grown on a large scale Inu.Connecticijt and other New Eng land .states, wnere tne present acreage is onlvabot.it 700 acres, including 128 acrB3 in "Conneot4cut.- r , . . . " ROMAN CATHOLIC, : St. Augustine's, Washington avenue, corner , of Pequonnock street: Low masses 7 and 8:30.' 'Children's mass, 9:20. High mass, 10:30. t Vespers, 4 p. m. ' ' . " ' .- St- Mary's: Pembrbke street, corner of Steuben street. Rev. John J. Mur phy, pastor. ' ' Low masses, 7:30 and 9. Chliareri's"; mass;.- 9.30. High' mass, 10:80. Vespers, 3:30 p. m, Sacred Heart,' 718 - , Myrtle ' avenue. Rev. Richard Moore, LL.D.,. pastor. Low masses. 7, 8:30. Children's mass. 9:30.- ' High mass, 10:30. p.,- m. .i ' ...., . , ' .V. Vespers,j,7:30 St. . Joseph's, v CSerman),: 43 Madison avenue, Rev.' Hubert Dahme,; pastor. LftW" mass, 8:30.- High mass, 10:30. Vespers, 7.C0 p, m. - Ht;' Charlc!)', '12r;5 East Main, street. Rev. Patrick McGivney, pastor.- Low masses, 7 and 8. cnildren's mass, 9:15. High mass, 10:30. Holy hour and ben ediction every Sunday evening at 7 p. m. St. Peter's, 521 Howard avenue, Rev. Thomas Kelly, pastor. Low mass, 8. Hisrh mass, 10. " Vespers. 4 n m. Holy Rosary, 385. East . Washington avenue. Rev. Angelo De Toro, pastor. Low masses, 6, 7:30.' Children's mass, 9. High mass, 10:30. Vespers, 4 p. m.:l ' ' St. Patrick's, 851 North avenue. Rev. John1- Lynch, pastor. Low mass, 7. Children's mass, 9. High mass, 10:30. St . Tnhn'.q jT NeDomUck Slovak. 320 Brooks street. Rev; Andrew J Komara, pastor. Low, masses, 7 and 8. Chil dren's mass, 9. High mas:,- 10:30. Ves pers, 3 p. m. St. Anthony's (French) 96 Colorado avenue. Rev. Edward Plunkett, pastor. Low mass, 8:30. High 'mass, 10:30. Vespers, 3 p. m. :' i St. Michael's (Polish), 310 ; Sterling street, i Rev. Alphonse L. Figlewskl, pastor. Low masses, 8 and 9. High mass, 10:30. Vespers, 3 p. m. .. St.! Stephen's -.' (Hungarian, - Spruce, corner of Bostwlpk avenue. Rev. Ste phen Chernitzky,' pastor.. Low mass, 8. High mass. 10.30. Vespers,'- 3 p. m. St. George's Liih. R. C. church, Park avenue. , Sunday masses 8 and l:SO. Vespers and benediction 4' p. m. Week day mass -7:30. M. A. Pankovskl, pas tor.-- , LENTEN ORGAN TtKCITALS . AT ST. JOHN'S CHUBOH : AlyiB. C..Breui,':.4Bi planning-. at series of organ TeCjtals 'assisted by' "well known soloists on Thursday evenings in Lent at 8 p. m. in St. John's church. i ' , These recitals will be presented to aid in the proper realization of the meaning of Lent and will be free to the public. On Sunday afternoon, Feb. 21st a 5 the vested choir of St. John's church will render Maimdei's cantata, Penitence, Pardon and Peace." C. E. UNION WILL HAVE s , V RALLY AT OLIVET CHUROa Olivet Congregational church will toe the center for a rally" of young people from- societies of the Bridge' port Christian Endeavor union on Tuesday night, and an interesting program has been prepared. ; A supper will be ,. served at 6:30 o'clock in the dining room of the church, tendered by the societies com prising the Second district of the lo cal union to all present. Edward E. Pease, president of that district, will preside at the 'supper; and the ' Rev. George O. Tamblyn, pastor of Olivet church, will give an after-dinner talk on "War Upon Wan" A male quar tet will sing. The chief, number on the program will begin at 7:45 in the auditorium of -the church -with a. praise service led by Clinton S. Smith, musical . di rector of the local anion. A devo tional service will then be conducted toy the Rev. Walter T. Aiken, pastor of the Memorial Baptist church. The address of the evening will -be deliv ered by E. L. G. Hothenthal of South Manchester on . "How Endeavorerst Can Help Make a Saloon National." This is the official annual mass meeting of the local Christian En deavor Union, instituting what is ob served throughout the world as Chris tian Endeavor week, beginning to morrow, with Christian Endeavor day Monday, enlistment day; Tuesday, lo cal union day; . Wednesday, church 5 day; Thursday, entertainment day Friday, extension day; Saturday, Ju nior and Intermediate day, closing with Sunday, as decision day. . . ', V t NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES AT OLIVET CHURCH. The ' first neighborhood service was such a success last Sunday night that the church has decided to devote the. vesper service during- the . whole month of February to neighborhood gatherings. The ; morning hour of worship will continue the same but the 5 o'clock service will be devoted entirely to popular interests of the neighborhood. The series planned for the month is as follows: . 1 First Sunday Young People's Sun day, speakers, Miss Macgeorge of the Y. W. C. A. and W. Seymour lacy secretary of the Y. M. C. A. Second Sunday- Patriotic service with illustrated address on Lincoln With the Grand Army and Women's Relief Corps as guests in a body. Third Sunday "The Boys and Girls of the City,"-with the Boy Scouts aiyl Camp Fire Girls as guests of the church ana awenoing in body with addresses by the chief com mander and guardians. Fourth Sunday "Siorea." A num ber of colored photographs of this new and promising country will toe shown, picturing the great commer cial and religious possibilities of this people. These services are so ar ranged that parents may bring their children. .....-. y-..'. ? 1 Amusements polfs Mile. Juliette Dika, the distinguish ed Parisian artiste, has repeated in Bridgeport the same . big success that has been accorded her vaudeville ven ture everywhere. This former star of musical comedy, in presenting in the varieties a series of song .characteri zations, has an offering that is dis tinctively attractive. Hers is a charm ing personality, she has a wonderful voice and her gowns are stunning. To night will afford Bridgeporters their last opportunity to see this dainty star in addition to the' following features that are on the program at Poli's: " Clifford and Burke; two old favor ite "Blackface" ' comedians in tiieir nonsense skit; Conley and Webb, in their musical whirlwind, "The Storm" ; Williams and Segal, presenting a very dainty dancing oddity; The Hursley Troupe, - sensational acrobats; and Howard, a funny acrobatic clown. The feature picture, "The Battle of Sexes" has caused a. profound sensa tion in local theatrical circles. ' It deals in a. most interesting .way with the problem- of "the single standard"' and a very gripping drama is , woven about this theme. The picture' is In five parts and is most elaborately, pro duced. ' " For the first half of next week. Man ager Poll announces a big vaudeville bill, headed by the Van and Carry Avery PlayersJ presenting a film com edy skit, "Making the Movies."' There are other high class vaudeville , acts on the bill, and the feature " photo play will be Nat Goodwin's big suc cess "A Gilded Fool.." The photo play will feature William Farnum and a big cast.; LYRIC Bridgeport will perhaps entertain more prominent theatrical people next week, than it has ever before in the same length of time. This is ow ing to the fact that Charles Nirdling er's new drama of Italian life, "The Run of The Cards," is to be given its first presentation on any stage, at the Lyric theatre all next week. As a re sult, actors, . actresses, managers and producers from New York will be on hand to look over the new play, prep aratory to bidding; for the New York rights of the production. v Miss Ruth Chatterton, remembered as the charming little star with Henry Miller in "The Rainbow," and who is now appearing in "Daddy Longlegs" at the Gaiety theatre in New York, is, to give a box party to a, number of her theatrical -friends some afternoon duriEfg the week, probably Tuesday or Thursday. The New York stagefolk will come up from the big city on a morning train, witness the matinee performance at the Lyric, and return on the 5 o'clock train, reaching JNeW York again in time for the evening performances at the Broadway the atres. 1 Representatives of ' the Shuberts the Frohmans, the Selwyn Company, Cohan and Harris, David Belasco, and other big New York managers will be on-hand to see-the initial performance of the new play. Lowell Sherman will play the lead ing male part in the production and Miss . Suzanne Jackson will play the female lead, . The .. .entire Calburn ( Stock company -will-support Mr. Shcrr man and M.iss jacjtson in tne presen tation of the new offering. PLAZA With Ben M. Jerome, - America's foremost composer of light opera heading the bill with a company of nine talented young performers who can sing and dance in a manner proved to be pleasing to the most ex acting of theatregoers, it is little won der that this cosy -playhouse is play ing to capacity audiences at every performance. Mr. Jerome, . himself, presides at the piano and goes through a long list of his own big song hits while a chorus of pleasing voices are heard, to splendid id van tage. The girls are attractively cos tumed and the stage settings of the act are beautiful. Sam L. Rice, with Lulu Becson and Harry Lyons in a very cleverly ar ranged . comedy singing talking and dancing skit are proving a smash ing hit at every appearance. Mr. Rice and Mr. Lyons have a t line of cross talk that serves to keep the auditors laughing from the start to the fin ish of their .act. Miss Lulu Beeson who will be remembered by many theatregoers as the young woman who some years ago was acclaimed the cleverest female soft shoe dancer in the world and. granted a large and handsome medal- for- her,- distinction, offers a few steps in soft shoe danc ing on the sand mat that .are gTeatly appreciated. . ' . ' Earl & Wilson have a novel sing ing and talking skit. The Turners, who perform"- many interesting and sensational stunts upon roller skates are included in the line-up and The Tornadoes, an acrobatic offering that is - wothout peer in the vaudevilla world, complete the bill. Charles Chaplin - is being shown for a return engagement in "His Musical Career," one of the funniest pictures in . which he has r ever posed. "Fatty and Mabel's Wash Day," a Keystone comedy; -"The Sisters," a vivid dra matic photoplay and "Ring Around Rosey," a comedy release are shown on the picture program. UNIQUE PROGRAM AT CASINO ON FEB. lO. The members of the Guards Asso ciation of the Samuel H. Harris lodge are planning' a large and , interesting dance to be' held at the Casino " on State street on Wednesday evening, Feb. 10. The long program is a unique one in that the older dances are fa vored as much as the newer ones, and no one need remain away from the affair because they "can't do the new dances." Among the ones that will be renewed are the quadrille, the lan cers and the "Virginia reel, while the fox trot, hesitation and one step will not be neglected in the least. ' - During the intermission the feature of the evening will be given the ex hibition drill by the members of the Harris Guards. The huge hall will be attractively decorated for the fes tivity and a popular orchestra is to provide the best dance tunes.. The dance promises to be one of the most successful events of its kind of this season as the members of the lodge are working earnestly to make it so. Tickets will not be sold at the door but may be purchased from any mem bers of the lodge. JOIN WITH THE McENELLYS. Monday evening the McEnnel'iys will again the attraction at the Co- lonial Ball Room in FalrlitJd avenue and the usual big crowd and good time is assured. Upon this visit the McEnellys will introduce a 'number of novelties in their program which will include all of the latest vocal and instrumental hits of the day, a vfiried combination of voices and combination of instruments. To further add to the pleasure of their patrons there will be a fair proportion of the old waltzes and two steps to divide the dancing with the more modern fijrures and give all a fair chance for amuse ment. ' The McEnellys' reputation in this . city . leaves nothing tq , be ." said in praise of them, and they need no further -introduction. There ,will be the usual big crowd and'gobd time for everybody, and you are cordially in vited. Admission at the same old popular price. MISS .LINEHAN V HAS BIG PART IN , "THE MELTING POT" Perhaps ..one of; the most difficult parts in "The Melting Pot" to be giv en at the' Park : theatre on Monday ev ening, Feb. 8, under Y. M. ?. A." au spices, is that , to be interpreted4 by Miss Marguerite. Linehan who. will appear as Frau, Quixano. Not. once is it ; permissible ' for her . to lapse f into the English tongue, all her conversa tion being Hebrew.- .And her mastery of the part has already been such as to . cause those who have attended any of the rehearsals to marvel at MISS LINEHAN her proficiency. Already Miss Linehan has acquired the bent back and stoop of the old woman, with the hitching walk. Her nimble tongue twists . neatly around the puzzling words she must get over. It is predicted for her that she will be one of the best in the entire cast. Dramatics are not new to Miss Linehan, who by the way is secretary of the High School Alumni Drama clubhand she has often delighted au diences. Her most recent appear ance was on October 26 at the Lyric theatre when" took the star role in "The Pantomime Rehearsal."' Grad uating from the Bridgeport high school in 1910 she was Sarah in "The Rivals," the Senior class play. Later she was the maid in - "Trelawney of the .Wels." and the German child and maid in "The Girl with the Green lSyes:,s,"-r'i Xs-:;;;: a--i.:- Proposals, for $25,000 school bond issue will be opened today by the con troller of Eliza-beth, N. J. im! makes' itching eczema vanish There is immediate relief for . skins itching, burning' and disfigured bjr ec iema, ringworm, or similar tormenting skin disease, in awarm bath with Resinol Soap, and a simple application of Resinol Ointment. The soothing, healing: Res inol balsams sink right into the skin, stop itching instantly, and soon clear away all trace of eruption,' even in severe and stubborn cases where other treatments have had no effect. Resxsol Ointment and Resinol Soap are sold by all druggists. Avoid worthless imiitations. MOHAN'S WINTER SALE , . Women's fashionable button and lace boots of different lines and prices, during the sale $1.69. A DOLLAR OFF ' on each pair of wo men's high grade new style fancy boots of certain incomplete lines. W.K.Mollan 1026 MAIN ST. IUIvUIH I.IIM It; 1 I I Him .uv ii R.es ' THE AMBROSE COMPANY Importers and Wine Merchants 5 l O - 54 4 EAST MAIN STREET Bridgeport, Conn. PICTDRIAL REVIEW hjf4 A FEAST X y OF FICTION Six striking short stories in this month's PICTORIAL REVIEW. The writers are all Big I Names in the fiction world. They axe: I f JUSTUS MILES FORM AN, author of The Stum- V I bling Block." "Journey's End." The Blind Spot." etc I ' I MAY I SAP EL FISK. author of Monologues." "The I ' 1 Eternal Feminme," etc ' - I I I I JOSEPH O'BRIEN, author of The Confessions of f 1 a Kcady-Made Parent." , 1 V RALPH HENRY BARBOUR, author of "Joyce of the Jasmines," "A Maid m Aicady," etc ALICE GARLAND S"1T'J F, author of the Trixie" stories. A ' W. DOUGLAS NEWTON, sho of V . ?War" and "The North Afire." etc f tste: Lcw. Romuce, MyMsiy, J ' ArtinMii Wr and Comedy. f J. S. 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