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K* Foch Decorates Emery --—-:-:-1 1— ---— France conferred the Grolx de Guerre on John Emery, national commander of the American Legion. M. Barthou, F’rench Minister of War, looks on as General Foch pins the medal on Emery. EVERETT TRUE RT COHDO A Special Opening Program The Four Artists TWO CONCERTS LECTURE “The Advantage of A Handicap” By Elliott A. Boyl OPENING THE Teiiih Anniversary FVo"-,v > OF CHAUTAUQUA Season Tickets : : $2.50 Admit to All Chautauqua Programs SINGLE ADMISSIONS TO EACH SESSION TOTAL $D Buy a Season Ticket and Save $6.50 September 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 19 CORNER JEFFERSON AND MAPLE STREETS Or Opposite Post Office Tickets at ALBERT LEON’S, BARNEKOV & PETZ SEAMAN’S DRUG STORE OR ANY GUARANTOR Matinee 3.30 P. M. Evening 8 P. M. J. F. Walker, Chairman Leslie Crowell. Seey. Christian Neilson George Parisien, Chairman Ticket Committee. * ' * , • . ' % . While Not Fully Supported, Event Will Return to Bor ough Next Year KEYPORT, Sept. 12—The meet ings of the Radcliff Chautauqua came to a close Saturday night after having been held for three af ternoons and evenings With no ex ception the meetings were of great interest, the speakers being well able to handle the subjects of Com munity building and American ideals, while the musicians were of the best. Each afternoon and even ing program was entirely different. The Chautauqua movement is en tirely new to the borough and for that reason the n]eetlngs were not supported as they should have been, the guarantors having been called upon to meet the deficit. However, the meetings were so much enjoyed and proved to be so very worth while that the majority of the com mittee have signed up for another' year and thirty-two guarantors have already been secured with the idea of extending the number to forty and possibly fifty. iphe new guarantors are Dr. H. T. Hopkins, Mrs. A. H. Sands, Mrs. A. M. Brown, Mrs. H. F. Crawford. If. Scabrooke Schanck, J. Leon Schanck, Frank Hausar, Mrs. Su rah Fairchild, Phelps Cherry, Ro land J. Thornton, P. A. Sondergaard, Mrs. H. J. Fitzell, Mrs. John T. Wyckoff, Mrs. James T. Walling, Frank Rudnick, Walter B. Cherry, Anthony Sldoti, J. Schenone. Henry Salx, Norman B. Lockwood, Her bert West, Everett Poling, Evart Sil cox, David C. Walling, Jr„ Mrs. Al fred Duus, Mrs. Ella A. Brown, Mrs. Elmer E. Morris, Miss Annie Laurie Tilton, Thomas McRann, Mrs. Charles S. Jenks, Mrs. Harvey S. Bedle, and W. Stephen Wallace. Efforts will be made to secure forty names before the end of the week. The Keyport Literary Club will assist materially in bringing the excellent work of the Chautauqua before the poople here so that when the second course is held here next summer a larger attendance will be present. KEYPORT Mrs. Joseph Maurer, Miss Baum gartner, Miss Anna Mae Sieben, Miss Minnie Maurer, Miss Bertha Mau rer and Mrs. William Maurer have returned from an autotmobile trip through New York state. Rev, F. T. B. Reynolds attended the thirtieth annual reunion of the Reynolds Family Association held at the Hotel McAlpin, New York, on Saturday. Mr. Reynolds con ducted the memorial service for the officers and members who have passed away since the last reunion. The Tall Cedar excursion to Co ney Island will be held tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Robinson, Mrs. Jacob Buxton and Harold and Hugh Robinson have returned from an automobile trip to their former home at Neosho, Mo. Mrs. Alice O. Updegraff will re move her music studio to the Ja cobs store after September 20. George Lober, of Now York, spent the week end with friends in the borough. Thomas C. Barker, of New York, spent the week end with his daugh ter, Mrs. Fred L .Schildknecht. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams, of Oakwood Park have returned from a week’s trip in the Berkshires. Miss Winifred Gallimore has been spending several days with relatives in Newark. Fifteen girls .employes of Stein er's factory, hero enjoyed a straw ride to Asbury Park recently. Mr. and Mrs. George Gallimore, Sr., of Newark, have returned after having been the guests of Mrs. May Gallimore. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Young and son Edward, of New York, are the guests of Mrs. Anna L. Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Van Vliet Leroy, of Los Angeles, Cal, are the guests of relatives in the borough. TIE IN KEYPORT • | — ■ ' Christie and Seguine Boats in Tie-Yacht Club Has De lightful Program [By Evening News Correspondent.] KEYPORT. Sept. 12:—The mem bers of the Keyport Yacht Club were the hosts to out-of-town and local yacht club members and friends Saturday when the annual races took place. Ten entries were made and the race of the day won by the "Katlnka” owned by W. D. Christie, of Sewaren, who tied with the "Wylaway" owned by Mr. Se gulne of Prince Bay, both crossing the line at the exact same second. A quarter was tossed to decide the •winner. Only two prizes were given. The other entries finished in the order following: Gertrude A., Key port, owned by C. A. Howell; J. M. C., Captain Vadin Curtis, Keyport; Louise, David C. Walling Jr., Key port; Sunkist. Mr. Simonson, Sewar en; Harpoon, Mr. Britton, Prince. Bay; Dianne, Keyport, Mr. Grose; Dorothy, P. H. Peck. Keyport; Vera, Mr. Bouquet, Sewaren. An exciting and humorous race was a duck race in which a large number of' entries competed, the duck finally being captured by Fred Kruser, with Elgar Walling a close second. At the conclusion of the games a social hour followed and refresh ments were served by the commit tee in charge, of which Mrs. M. Watts was chairman assisted by Mrs. David C. Walling Jr., Mrs. Fred L. Schildkneeht, Mrs. Joseph Lydi att, Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Miss Gladys Croee, Miss Evelyn Walling, Miss Thelma Schock, Miss Beatrice Birkbeck and Miss Etta Conover. Dancing followed in the club ball room and was continued until ^mid nlght. The entire affair was'held under the supervision of C. A. Howell, chairman of the regatta committee and the members of the committee who saw to it that noth ing was lacking to make the event worth while for all attending. The club grounds, clubhouse and ballroom were beautifully decorated with the various yacht club flags and hundreds of small American flags while over the grounds floated Old Glory. An added feature of the event were several beautifully ren dered violin solos by Miss Marion Dennis of Prince Bay. Guests were present from Prince Bay, Sewaren, Perth Amboy, Bay onne, Washington, North Attleboro, Mass., New York, Newburgh, N. Y., Matawan and other points. ARRESTED AT MATAWAN FOR SEVERAL RORBERIEV MATAWAN, Sept. 12:—William Cottrell, for whom the policb- havo been searching for the past montft or more, was caught by Marshal John Mulsoff this morning whilo asleep in Frank Anderson's barn in Atlantic avenue. Cottrell, who recently escaped from the reform school at James burg, came to his old homehereand shortly after he arrived robberies began to be reported to the police. Among the first of these was the dis appearance of Councilman E. L. Lisk’s motor car. This was recover ed. Cottrell was then seen coming from the residence of Isaiah Lewis in Main street, after which a watch and a sum of money was reported to be missing. On Saturday, it 1s charged, he stole a motor car from Leon Lambertson in the Lloyd Road and took it to Keansburg. When found he was sleeping on a bag con taining over $200 in silver. He will, not say where he obtained the money. Cottrell is now in the local Jail but will be taken to the county Jail at Freehold today. r’f ' the GREAT AMERICAN HOME i J_5g= — ===== 1 ===ge=-' g DOINGS OF THE DUFFS TOM IS ACCOMMODATING —BY ALLMAN . __- - - -.• -- - — t 1 ■■ ■ ... . " ■ ■ ■—- . ■ ■ TOM SEEMS TO BE YES, HE LOOKS LIKE I JUST LOVE TO DANCE. BUT | GIVING MRS. SPENCER A TUG BOAT ALWAYS GET SO _ -‘-S A LOT OF ATTENTION BRINGING IN AN OVERHEATED! pTEP R'PL< TONIGHT-HAVE YOU OEPN A. ^ER, ,AL, W ______ __)OvEFi HERc.,Mf?S. NOTICED IT? ,- HE DANCES WITH j/ SPENCER-THERE. ^ J ,s a fah! it’s an ill wind oh goodness! THAT BLOWS ALL MV POWDER HAS WOBODV SOME BLOWN OFF! I MOST GOOD, MRS SPEAKER LOOK A FRIGHT* —r'— ' L*—■■■ ~ — 11 "' 'i FRECKLES AND T-IIS FRIENDS OBEYING INSTRUCTIONS —BY BLOSSER, / _____,_._ ■ - -- -,-— GEE,YA DON'T) sure! half-soled! WANTA DO J DON’T YOU UNDERSTAND? THAT, DOYA, I WANT THOSE SHOES' r POP? UALP - ■---^ IIIL Soled:. i i i - ... THE CRAZY QUILT ' — _ ‘ _f 4 " ,'p • - '