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THE TIMES: FRIDAY. 3TJNE 3, 1921 YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF MME. CURIE. Mill II HI llWill III i IMIWii HIIIM Copyright by Underwood 4 Underwood. Mme. Curie wanted her daughter to share with her all the wonders of a first trip to America. Eve, the youngest daughter. Is a beautiful young girl, fifteen years of age. She is studying to bo a great pianiste. This is her latest photograph. SENTIMENT FOR IS VERY STRONG tKacny Congressmen Advocate Xon J3xpenditnre on Xaval liccomnijen dations. Others I'rvfor to Test Vul nerability or -Battleship l-"irst. Washington, Jan. 3 When Presi SenX Harding reaches the moment "when he dvems it advisable to talk disarmament to the other nations of the world, as he has stid he would do when we are at peace, he will rind ht he a powerful sentiment In 2ongress to back him. Thla sentiment has been brought to the front by the various moves to se cure peace, and by the fact that at the same time the army and navy appropria-tions came up for discus sion. With these bills before It Congress had the proportion of eith er beginning in some way on the cur tailed armament idea or see huge sums continue to be voted for an expanded programme of military ex penditure. The former course is heing vigor ously agitatr-d as a permanent policy by leaders in the House, on both mili tary and naval commlttee3 ,and in the Foreign Xaval Affairs committee. While there are strong supporters in th-e House of the heavy armament programme, the men who have to decide on the money to be expended. s.tiu where this money is to be ob tained, are known to be equally Btrong advocates of the plan to "rut down as much as is consistent with safety.' Thig sentiment has crysfnlizcd !n Several resolutions, the most recent of which wa introduced by Represen tative Theodore P.urton, of Ohio, which requested the President to con sult with Gre-at Britain and Japan with a view to substantially reducing the naval expenditures of the three powers. Quote Persliins.'s Opinion. The supporters of this idea state j forcefully that they are not pacifist; in their ideas, and do not advocate complete disarmament. What they do want Is a naval and military pro gramme cut radically .a.nd those who desire it on other than economic grounds point to statements of other authorities, including General Persh ing, who said recently: "That if tlK thinking peoples of the world cannot reach such an agreement at this time, in the face of all that 1' is happened, we might very seriously ask ourselves whether civilization was leading us in the right direction, or whether we had reached the point where civilization was ac tually intent upon destroying it Belf." On the House Xaval Affairs com mittee a strong sentiment exists not tor complete disarmament, -but for cutting our naval programme, and. at the most, holding it to its present limits. House leaders also point to a forthcoming event which, they say. may mean a considerably altered programme of expenditures for both army and navy. If in the forthcom ing series of duels between battle ships with their powerful batteries ai.Cl heavy armor, and the compara tively light nrmv Domains piMnti.. li battleships should be worsted, ""'n ess may shift much of the a ual expenditure now pianneu ioi Bhips to more modern weapons of the air. With respect to the land side of our defenses, there is snjne difference of I opinion, not on, the size of our army. ; but on Its character. The advocates of universal service are still waiting for the time to put their ideas in ef fect while many of the more con- oerv'ative Coneressmcn favor a volnn- t teer plan of recruiting, with such 1 .,HnTnl nd other benefits tnat , the required men will be obtained. SEEK JOINT COMMISSION Denver. Jnne 3 In an effort to reach more amicable agreements wleh surrounding Rocky Mountain I in regard to water rirrhta. tlovernor O H Shoup. of Colorado, has ap pointed Delph E. Carpenter of ree- iY as Colorado's "river embassador. X joint h!ch commission, to be com ttoaed of representatives of seven ,,tates Colortido Arizona. Wyoming. T'tHh NVtv Mexico. California end Nevada and of the FV-deral Govern ment is proposed in len!s!ntnn be fore these Ptates. for the purpose of nerotdatin? treaties reppeetlns 'he fu tn nrilizatlon and benefits of th watTS of the Colorado ltiver. This ts In compliance with action reicently taken by the Ieasru of the Boatb- Several of the Btstes ,ln -td:tion to Colorado. b!ve already enacted th legislation and nnnotnttneot of other TTVoys' 'Is exacted soon. The joint h!:rh romminti plans to prt en end to Interstate "war"" over Tester rierhts tat hwo been carried on in ffie form of Ht!a1on before the TTnlted Ftates Snnreme Court, sod the eveo-al States will name "smtussi Soof to neenMate lnterstte treaties In settlement of these disputes out of court. Carpenter Is a native Coloradoan and a former State. Senator. lie has devoted many years to irrigation and interstate water litigation in the high er courtg of the Kta4.e and nation. Ilis duties will be to negotiate with neighboring States concerning the use and distribution of the waters of doz ens of streams which have their source in Colorado. The appointment of Carpenter and similar appointment in surrounding States open a new e.ra for the settle ment and prevention of the bitter wa- i ter disputes that have raged for years j In the West, with Colorado as the storm center because of the faict that most of the important waterways of this region h;rv? their sources in the mountains of this State. LIQUID FIRE A liquid Are to the htOOmga, ants, Kachefl ana fleas is what the new chemical discovery really is, although there is no danger or no damage to be done by twtog it to your springs, furni ture or clothing. This new chemical Is known as Peaky Devtta Quietus, p. J. Q. Costs Kc, but this few cents will have the power of ridding your house of bed hugs, ants, roaches and fleas if you pur chase P. T. Q. P. D. Q. is used and recommended by t ho leading Hospitals and Railroad Companies as the safest and quickest way of ridding the pesky bedbugs, ants, roachos. Special Hospital size (2.5ft makes five gallons your druggist has it or can pro cure it for you or sent prepaid either p;ze to your address on receipt of price by the Owl Chemical Co., Term Haute, Ind. The moceM of P. L. Q. has caused imitators to have been prosecuted, pod dl'rg an imitation. Genuine P. IX Q. Is never peddled. Hold by J. T, Partisan's Prug Stores, Handle's Pmg Stores, and other leading druggists. Adv. Mrs. Harry Lord of Princeton street, is entertaininsr at a luneneon on Tuesday of next week at the Homestead tearoom on Clinton ave nue. In honor of Mrs. W. R. Phillips of Main street, who is 'soon to take up her residence in Baltimore, Aid. f HEADACHES 1 MADAME CLTOE IjIIAVES for wkst Now Tori:, June 3 Madame Marie Curie, accompanied by her daughters Irene and Eve, and Mis3 Harriet X. Eawr, has left for the Cirand Canyon where she will rest for several days. BED BUGS- RUNNING WILD nrtmnil the house ore tolerated only by careless housewives. Some make a faint attempt to get rid of them, hut icrsist In nslmr something that Is net guaranteed and often useless. Cyras PrtESrm-KIT.iI7ER for Bed Bors, exterminates them. S5c n can. The Cyrus Pharmacy Fairfield Ave., Cor. Courtland ii F BRIDGEPORT 90 STATE ST. Everything in Wzxll Paper. Chiropractic, Rlectro - Therapy. Nervous and Chronic diseases. Consultation $1 00 S. CHAS. GOULD, D. C. Suite 316-317-S18 Liberty Bids' 94S Main St. Phone Noble 49. Hoitg: 9 a. sa tc 12 3 to t B. m. e ' : ' PERSONALS Mrs. Ernest M. Butler of Courtland Hill has returned from Philadelphia, Pa., where she has been spending the past few weeks. A surprise miscellaneous shower was given Wednesday evening in hon or of Mrs. Emmet S." Beardsley at her home. 61 Rowslev street Mrs. Beardsley was Miss Dorothy L. Smith before her marriage. Miss Maude L mil of Lafayette street, will leave for Waterbury on Monday where she will spend three days attending the reunion of her class of 1!H9 at St. Margaret's school. Many .festivities are planned for the commencement period including teas, dances, c:ss; day events and the graduating exercises. Miss Hill was one of the leaders and most popular members of her class. Announcement Is made of the en gagement of Mieg Rose Mandelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mendel son of 79 Center street, and Sigmund Drucker of this city. No date has been set for the wedding. An unusually attractive lawn party was held ye.-terday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Charles Wellington Walker of Stratford, for the benefit of the Visiting Nurses' association. Quantities of mountain laurel and white birch decorated the various i Ooc??rs Recommend Eos? -Opto fcr t!:o Eyes Physie'ang and eya specialists pre scribe Bcn-Opto as a pafe home remedy in the treatment of eye troubles and to strengthen eyesight. Sole! -jnder money refund euarartee by all druggists BXHG FOR GCVKRXOR. Toronto, June 3 flord Byn.fi- Off Virny has been offered the governor generalship of Canada, to Udfceod the Duke of Devonshire, according to th Gazette. The paper says that con tingent upon Lord "Byng's acceptance, an official announcement of his arp- poirrt.Tnent may be expected within a few days. Sold DAVIS & SAVARD Main and lairlield Avenues. FLAVORS Ar tised so widely because people know that ONLY Pure and TV h o 1 e s o me Fruit - juices are used. i hey vml acta taste to your desserts. Ask the WafhiBS Retailer Florence M. tVillis. 9S5 Main St Bar. 921-13. Room 23. Keep Weli! The 3rusless Health Science of Chiro practic Is better thun any other liwausp in the peiet it has j?otten more permanent re sults. Try It and be convinced of the trutii of this state ment. The chances are that Chiropractic SpinaJ Adjust ments are Juist what you need. See me today. P. SPROVIERO Bridgeport s Busy CHIROPRACTOR 1188 Main St., - New-field "Bid- OFFICE HOURS Men.. Wed.. Pri.. 10-12. 2- Ti;k.. rvnr.. ! 10-1 J.J m 1 HUBBARD! mm , jrVJ'S A:'. Ave used so t?pE fy widely because wIsbk' people know All Impovements Highly Restricted MARK C. MEAGHER & CO. booths containing food and fancy ar ticles. luring the afternoon bridge was played and tea served. An en tertainment was provided for the chil dren with a story teller and Mrs. H. Le Roy Lfewis taking charge of the games. Several people from this city motored over to the affair which was attended by practically all of Stratford's fairer sex. Miss Irene Howell of Se.eley street, has returned from Xew York city where she spent a brief stay. airs. L TV. P.irdseye of Fairfield aveniw, is spending- "a brief stay in New York city. Mrs. Henry Mason, who nas been visiting relatives on Hazelwood ave nue, in this city, for the past few days. ha left for her home in Tren ton, X. J. W e employ only expert shoe fitters who will give you the best service possible. 81106 XftTv m ' Direct mm from Tannery to Wearer and save all Middlemen's Profits. wk i mm AM leathers in our shoes are tanned at onr tannery at Peahody. Mass.. from specially Be- lceted hides. Onr shoes arc maraumumi onr factory at CheLsea, Mass., where we employ skilled workmen only, insuring you only hifrh grade iionular iii-ices. We carry no job lots - i , K& ft. or so called samples or odds and ends of any descrip tion. Our sizes are complete and our merchandise is . ..i ...... frosVi. Wc niarantee xcrfect sat:.st':-c uiw.ij.-i ' " i ...m. , '.( . . I- ed. We tan our shoes and sell them profits. on?. Hnrm i.,.fv,.. ,t!11 s newest styles at three 4-$5- 0 Corner of Gold St. jjuiuiiJii "iMi'Wii irrLrij vrrni &mfii jll ".yl1 TrpiiHj ij CSSStam 'IfLl mmmm mgmt "THE PLACE FOR YOUR HOME" In the midst of an exclusive neighborhood, refined people, select schools. Directly on Stratfield COMMUNISTS NOT ROUTED Lord-m, June. 3 The Communists controlling Russia have retreated economically but they have not been routed, declared Ueonid Kras.-in. Hol shevik trade envoy, in a statement hers today explaining the new So viet policy. M. Krassin. who has just returned from Moscow, where the Communist party endorsed Le-nine's new program, said that this action dors not mean that Russia will "be come capitalistic" "Industrial reconstruction is going - - . of Oolln Shoes or vonr money rclutid- own leather and manuiacture our on direct to you saying you all middlemen's 'Malco smaH nrofits hut sell a lot of - ii worn. Men's or Women's shoes in prices only iV M i - k m. l ivHicsr: mgsdr m II II rooklawn Estates Car Line BARNUM 7818 forward in Russia,' said M. Krassin. "Food is still the great problem. The failure of Inst year's harvests owing to drought brought about a terrible shortage "We still have some months to go before the new crop is In. Good ; rains have fallen lately and the pros pect is much better. What Russia i wantg nnore than anything else is two i or three good harvests. "As regards any re- stablishment j of capitalism in ' Russia our new peasant policy is a retreat economic ally but M is not a rout. Our for eign trade relations must mean a certain amount of compromise. But that doe.s not mean that we have ceased to be Communists or that Russia is going to turn into a capi talistic state. Riga, June 3 (By The Associated e Thank You All ! The way oil of you good people turned out at our opening Saturday was very gratifying to us. It also proved that Bridgeport likes famous Golhe TimrciMRICE treats everybody alike and lets just what you're going to fore you enter our store. plan ever conceived in the selling and the people of their approval by the which they've bought We shoe the whole tect titling shoes that ionable and highly economical. Come in and see of shoes at Three Prices Only m 5S , L s WW li SfeUv 111 shoes. all the The Stratfield Opposite 817-18 First Nat. Press) Bf. Rykoff, former president of the Supreme Economic Council of Soviet Russia, and an advocate of modifications of tie Soviet economic policies, has been appointed first as sistant to Premier Lenine .and will be practically the. executive officer in carrying out the new policies recently announced from Moscow. A decree by M. Kalenin, member of the new Soviet central committee, dated May 27, makes Rykoff vice president of the Supreme Council of Ldtibor and Eefense, which is the main executive body in Russia. Rykoff in a speech at th-e meeting of the economic council last week, summarized his policies as follows: "There l no rule, habit, law of regulation which should not be. abol ished if the results mean better goods and a bigger quantity of them. the idea of the PLAN which all of you know pay for shoes be It is the fairest history of shoe Bridgeport voted brisk manner in since we opened. family with per- are most fash our new store full We Don't Forget The Children Bring them in and liavo ex pert fitters fit hem to shoes tliat are made right. Reasonable Prices Convenient Terms Bank Bldg.