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Tuesday, June 21, 1921
KMERY WILL THE BRIDGE-fOKl" TIM MS Pajre Fire VISIT NEW YORK SIGNING NEW JERSEY'S BONUS BONDS FOR WORLD WAR VETERANS June 21 John .was unanimous- unexpired term braith, Jr., as bf the American V Indianapolis, ind Garfield Emery, w ly elected to fill of Frederick XV national commande Jjegion. will go to New York within a lew days. Following his election here, he returned to his home at Grand Rapids. Mich., to look afttr business interests there, preparatory to beginning his work as head of the Irfgion. It is expected that the. new com mander will follow the policies of his vigorous predecessor, w hose achieve ments in behalf of the disabled war veterans re widely known. In a brief statement following his election, Mr. Emery said, "If I were asked to state in a few words what T believe to be the greatest service the American Legion has rendered our country. I would say that it has .r-en the carrying out by the Iegion of the mandate of its constitution, which has instilled in the hearts of "orrnor service men and women a Ffnse of individual to community and nation. nms ixruixiios. i. Tiffin, Ohio, June 21. Sunday mo nies are coming back here after two II months of blue Sundays. But only ducational pictures will be permit- 11 ed, under a ruling of Prosecuting attorney Lott, who launched a cru- le against Sunday movies last I- en try. T he county prosecutor held movies are reproductions of imatic, or theatrical performances illegal. Cartoon comedies and unimal, or nature, studies are permissible. 10 ! : Photo by Underwood & Und. ood. (jot. iirflwardss signature rsistered on twenty bonds every time he wrote his name with the new wholesale signing device. Proceeds from the $15,000, i00 issue authorized by the State Legislature will be distributed among New Jersey men who served in the war. with ewnr tire tmoed at true worth, there be for d The U. S. ROYAL CORD A famous tire afamous tread. Acknowl edged among motorists and dealers alike as the world's foremost example of Cord lire building. Always delivering the same repeated economy, tire after tire, and season after season.. Xhe stripe around the side-walls is registered as a trade mark in the TJ. S. Patent Office. what need would iscotixifs" BUSINESS concerns may be divided roughly into two classes. One goes on the idea that the public doesn't think much. The other believes that public good sense makes the right decision nine times out of ten. Concern No. 1 likes to keep away from facts. Concern No. 2 is anxious to place all the facts pos bible before people. It is interesting to watch these conflicting methods working out in the tire industry. Eighteen months ago the makers of U. S. Royal Cord Tires put themselves on record against the unsound ness of the "discount" way of selling tires. Going right ahead and making the par quality tire at a net price. Opposing the confu sion of "so much off list." Because list prices don't mean anything until the real worth of the tire itself is proven. Because "discounts" mean still less when list price has no relation to value. Now it is evident the public hasn't been back ed people say everywhere United States Tires are Good Tires ward in finding out the truth. Rising above all the uncertainty of "dis count" appeal comes the clear, sharp public opin ion in favor of U. S. Royal Cords. More dealers by 36 than a year ago. In May 1921 alone an increase in sales of U. S. Royal Cords of more than 25 over May 1920. Car -owners know more than they let on. They are letting the "discount" situation run. its course. And turning to U. S. Royal Cords as the par quality tire at a net price. The most significant thing that is happen ing in tires today. United United States res s Ti Rubber Company Tire Branch, 781 Main Street MONK CHOOSES DOG 1 FOR HIS "BUDDIE" John Patterson, boss of the gi gantic animal family that has been formed by consolidating the most un usual menagerie feature of America's two most famous circuses, can spin many a yarn regarding strange friendships. He recalls a mean tempered lioness who mothered a pet kitten. friendships between ele phants and the talented performing dogs happen most every season. Re cently a performinfr goose insisted upon sharing part of as ostrich's din ner, much to the wonder of the lat ter and the amusement of visitors. Now a sudden and un explainable friendship has sprung up between "Congo," a big orang-outang, and Tub Poses of Congo 3iz Game Playmate "Fluff," an orphaned spaniel pup. "Congo's" trainer took the puppy un der his wing, and in less than a week "Congo" had learned to feed the dog from a milk bottle. Friendship ripen ed and soon the orans-outang insisted that "Fluff" share his apartment at all hours of the day and night. When ever the dog wishes to visit "Congo," he barks in a peculiar way, the orang-outang's trainer opens the cage door and lets "Fluff" inside. By chance you may see the dog and monkey playing together in the cage when Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows exhibits here. You will have to come early, however, for when the trumpets sound, announcing the opening of the gorgeous introductory pageant, "Fluff" insists on visiting another of his pals the bass drum mer, in the big concert Dana. Tne combined circus will sive perform ances here Saturday, July 2. NATIONAL CONFERENCE SOCIAL WORK I II Milwaukee, June 21. Almost every phase of social work known will be taken up and discussed during the week of June 22 to 29 at the Forty eighth annual meeting of the Nation al Conference of Social Work and its affiliated bodies here. Uo fewer than 20 societies, depart ments or associations will hold, meet ings either prior to or during the week of this convention and thous ands are expected to attend the vari ous sessions. The American Association for Com munity organization, composed of Community Chest bodies, Councils of Social agencies and Financial Feder ations will hold sessions tomorrow and Wednesday while the National Probation Association will convene this afternoon and continue its ses sion until Wednesday afternoon. Leaders in the fields of probation, parole and court reform will be pre sent from all parts of the country. Many of the more active and prog ressive judges from juvenile and other courts using probation, will be present. The sessions on today and tomor IM will be devoted principally to the problems of adult delinquency, including probation, domestic relation or family courts, clinics and preven tative work. The sessions on Tues day evening and Wednesday are tc constitute a joint conference with the Federal Children's Bureau, and are to be devoted entirely to the prob lems of the juvenile court. The following affiliated organiza tions will meet here during the next ten days: "The Lutheran Inner-Mission soci ety. Social Service department of the Protestant Episcopal church, Public Health Nurses' association, the Na tional Urban League for Social Ser vice among Negroes, the Jewish Con ference of Social Welfare, the Can adian Conference of Public Welfare, Foreign Community Workers, Na- I tional Board of Y. W. C. A.? the Na- I tional Association for Community Or ganization, the American Association t of Hospital Social Workers, Nation- ' al Federation of Day Nurseries, In terstate Conference on Illegitimacy, National Probation association, Am erican Association for Organizing Fa mily Social Work, National Chil dren's Home Society, National Child Labor Committee, and the National Traveler's Aid Sor iety, Child Welfare A-ague of America, American Red Cross. American Association of Social Service Exchanges, National Social Workers' Exchange. n Swiss Dresses, Special $7.SO Cool, Captivating and Charming White backgrounds dotted with the new shades of blue, or rose, or black or orchid. Pretty little summer frocks with crisp organdie collars. Misses' Checked Gingham Dresses, $8.50 Medium sized checks in brown and white; r?d and white or lavender and white. The popular new long waisted effects so becoming to misses and small women. Gingham Trimmed Middies for Girls. White middies in co-ed style with collar, cuffs and cuff-bottom of various colored ginghams. Novel and quaint for summer. Priced at $2.50 Pleated white middy skirts, $1.50 & $2. New Supplies of "Home Made" Underwear Add New Life to the June White Sale. Fresh, new undergarments have just arrived. Wonderfully pretty and fine. Very speciaJ values in chemises, gow ns, camisoles, etc., with some extra, values for this week in White nainsook camisoles, $1.25 Exquisitely trimmed chemises, $2. Washable Venetian satin chemises, $2-50 Camikicks with closed drawers having drop seat, $2.50 The NEW-WAY Laundry Service Helps to Solve a Real Problem Doing the family washing at home in summer is an un necessary burden to housekeepers whether they do the washing themselves or not. There are a thousand and one ways more useful and helpful, which a woman can find always at hand. The NEW-WAY opens the door to a ready and satisfactory solution of the difficulty. It's the most economical form of laundry work for the faimilv washing. The clothes are washed individually kept from contact with all other washings all the while they are in our hands. Wearing apparel is hand-ironed, the rest of the clothes done on the family ironer. The result, complete satisfaction to the housekeeper and at very little cost. NEW-WAY is worthy of trial send your clothes to us this week. It is the' most recent addition to our well rounded laundry service and appeals to more and more women every day. Rugs, Curtains, Blankets, and tLomforlahles cleaned efficiently and satisfactorily. CRAWFORD LAUNDRY FAIRFIELD AVE. AT COL JUTLAND Phone Barnum 4320 INCORPORATED FRANKLIN SALES SHOW INCREASE AFTHOR PURCHASES MOrXTALV TOWN". Vancouver. B. C June 21 Ma jor Charles Sydney Goldham .author, capitalist and former member of the British Parliament, hag purchased the whole town of Nicola, a beauty spot in the mountains of British Columbia. He Is now living in the courthouse, awaiting a gang of workmen to com mence putting the place in condition to care for Tourists. In all 20.000 acres rieve been se cured by the major. who plans to i make a summer resort, stocking the 'aKes in xne neignoornooa wjtn game fish. Major Goldham has written a num ber of books dealing principally with the South African war. Advertise in The Times Syracuse, X. T., June 21. Accord ing to officials of the Franklin Auto mobile Company, sales for the first six days of June exceeded the corre sponding period in May by 100 per cent., this impetus in sales following the cut in tha price of the Franklin car, announced June 1. Thifi latest production, together with the previous cut in September last, means that the price of the Franklin has been low ered from J450 to $750, according to model. Since February 10 the Frank'in factory has ibeen on a 100 per cent, normal basis and has been turning out cars at the rate of forty a day. Productions for June will total 960 cars. inaicauve wi mt; mumim .n which sales are crowding on the heels I of producoin, it is interesting to note that on Juno 1 the Franklin Company had on hand orders for Juno d-elivery amounting to 82 per cent, of tho month's output. PREVENTION OF TYPHOID. Typhoid increases each summer and is particularly frequent among people who have been away on vaca tion and have drunk water from the brooks, springs and other sources of more or less questionable purity. All persons who are going for their vacation to a place are urged to take the typhoid prophylactic vac cine. It protects against typhoid in practically all cases. A case of typhoid fever means sev eral weeks of sickness. Typhoid vaccine is simple to give, easy to take and the price hi within the reach of all. PESKY BED BUGS Bedbugs lay an average of seven eggs per day. Under fa.vora.ble conditions they hatch in five days of which two thirds are females. They mature to adult size and are capable of laying in four weeks. How many bedbugs would would you have in a year if you left one female or ogg unmolested for one year? To rid the pesky bedbug, you can readily see how necessary it is to use a prepara tion that will kill the eggs as well as the live ones. P. D. Q. has been demon strated by the leading Hospitals, Hotels and Railroad Companies that the safest and most economical way to stop future generations of bedbugs, roaches, fleas and ants Is to use the new discovery Pesky Devils Quietus" "P. D. Q." A 3&c package ol P. D. Q. makes a quart, enough to kill a million bedbugs, roac hec. fl eas and coories and at tne same time destroy their eggs. Impossible for them to exist when P. D. Q. is properly used. Pree. patent spout In every package to get the pesky devils in the hard-to-get -at -places and save the juice. Special Hospital and Hotel size makes five gallons of P. r. Q. your druggist has it or can get it for you, or sent prepaid upon receipt of price by the Owl Chemical Co., Terre Haute. Ind. Success of P. D. Q- has caused imitators; genuine P. D. Q. is never peddled. SoM by J. I. Hartigan's Drag Stores. H indie's Irug Stores and other leading dx-ugfi ifita. A d v.