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. Tuesday, June 21, 1921
THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES Pare Seven AMERICAN JESUITS LEAVE FOR MISSIONARY WORK IN PHILIPPINES. fsTshh'sJiect S5J i L Who Needs a Suit ? Any woman who thought of buying a suit last spring and gave it up because she couldn't afford it or because she thought she could get along without it, now has things coming her way. f Printzess Sports Suits, Tuxedo models, Meadow-Brook Sports Suits of fine Wool Homespun, Made to sell at $37.50 Are now $19.50 With them a small lot of Polo Coats in tan and blue Twenty American Jesuits have just left the United States for the Philippine Islands to do missionary work among the natives there. The above photo shows the Jesuit missionaries at St. Francis Xavler's Col lege in New York, where the farewell ceremonies were held. Top row, left to right The Rev. Walter J. Hamilton. Thomas J. Feeney, Walter W. Claffey, John F. Hurley, Charles J. Gallagher, Raymond R. Goggin and Henry L. Irwin. Middle row, left to right The Rev. Joseph P. Merrick, Morgan A. Downey John A. Pollock, Louis Ou, John A. Morning and Edward J. Moran. Bottom row, left to right The Rev. Charles R O Connor, Henry A. Coffey, Francis A. Byrne and John J. Thompklna. The Rev. Joseph H. Rockwell Is shown addressing the departing missionaries. Li V ' W & I I ( Permanent Hair Health Promoted by Cuticura Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap, assisted when necessary by gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, afford the purest, sweet est and most economical method of freeing the scalp of itchings and scalings and of establishing a hair gi owing condition. Sample Efcch Fr by Mkll. Addrnr "Cntlcars. Lftfe ortorUa, Dept. if &. MaJdr-1 6,Mm " Sold liMf whfre Soap 25c. Ointment 2t and 60c. Talcum 25c. Cuticnr Soap shaves without mac. A biological expedition recently sailed from New York to South Am erica t explore the headwaters of thr Amazon and seek Theodore Roos evelt's famous "river of doubt." Spe cial neartth will be made for rare herbs and. plants desired by chemists and the medical profession. It is cxjx-cicd the expedition will be away at least two years. is what you need for that tormentieff skin trouble. Tnousand3 have proved its unusual healing powers by using it for the most stub born, aggravated cases of ekin affection, with prompt beneficial resulta. It soothes while it heels. Get a jar from, your drug-grist today. Trial frea. Dept 5-T. On June 21, the inky-black bottom of a fourteeii-hundrod-foot mine at Sombrerete, Mexico is suddenly flooded with sunlight. It is an an nual event as the mine is on the line of the Tropic of Cancer, and at noon Of each June 1 , the sun is verti i ally above the excavation and lights up the shaft to the bottom. A promise unfulfilled is an untruth PAINS IN SIDE AND BACK Caused by Woman's Ills and Cured by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Grafton. Pa. "I was troubled with inflammation and pains in my sides and joack. Alter doctor I ing with different Jdoctors and not get ting reliet, 1 had al I most given up hore3 I when mv sister told me of Lydia E. Pink- !ham s Vegetable Compound, and I know ing that she h ad I really been helped by jit, 1 purchased it. I I was unable to do my I work at that time. but after taking several bottles of the Vegetable Compound I. can now do any thing about the house or farm that a woman should do. I have a four months old baby that is the healthiest and big gest baby for his age that I have ever seen. 1 am willing for my letter to be used for a testimonial to tell other suf fering women how much your medicine has done for me, as I give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound all the praise. "--Mrs. BlairL. Fisher, R.D.I, Box 37. Grafton. Pa. Working early and late lifting, carrying, and the heaviest of houshold duties is it any wonder that it results in backaches and kindred ills. But every woman who suffers as Mrs. Fisher did should profit by her experience and give Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound a fair trial. n 4L i A f 1 Resinol CLAIM CHAULMOOGRA OIL IS TUBERCULOSIS CURATIVE AS WELL AS LEPROSY HEALER California Scientist Who In stituted Fight Against the White Plague Believes Oil of the Hindoos Can Be Proved to Be Curative for the Dread Disease. San Francisco, Cal., June 21. Chaulmookra oil, enigma of oint ment of the ancient Hindoos, may yet prove to he a great boon to civili zation. It is a more or less recent discovery for the treatment of leprosy and it is hoped the oil can also be used for the cure of tuberculosis. It was Dr. Ernest L. Walker, mem ber of the staff of the Hooper Re rearch Institute, of this city, who opened the way for the fight against the white plague with chaulmoogra oil, and his studies and discoveries along this line have won him fame and admiration among brother scien tists. With the discovery that chaulmoo gra oil was a cure for leprosy. Dr. Walker also discovered that the acids from the oil wore germicidal and fa tal to the bacilli of both leprosy and tu-culosis. These are the only '.iK ti acids with this effect. t i leprosy the use of chauimoogra oil is almost a certain cure, except for the more advanced cases," Dr. Walker declared. "No longer are lepers in Honolulu taken for life con finement to the Island of Molakai, but are given treatment in hospitals. "Results attained so far with the use of chaulmoogra oil are amazing In Honolulu aone more than one hundred and forty-two cases have been pronounced as cured during the last two and one-half years. With the use of the oil a case of leprosy can School Of Pan-American And Foreign Commerce Opens In Washington Today Washington. June 21. Training of men and women for the foreign field of business, with particular reference to Latin America, will be the object of the School of Pan American and Koreign Commerce, which opens to day under ihje auspices of the Pan American union and will continue until July 30. Recognizing the gen uine need for trained men and wom en for th's work, the first school along intensive lines was organized and successfully conducted last year, when forty-eight persons received graduation certificates. Dr. L S. Rowe, Director-General of the Pan American I'nion. is chair man of the advisory council, while Dr. R. S. McKlwee is dean of the faculty. Er. Clarence J. Owens. Di rector General of the SoHthern Com mercial congress, is the executive di rector of the school. Experts who EX-CROWN PRINCE TURNS BLACKSMITH Popular with Villagers- He Is Interested in Pretty Women, Paris Styles, and Hopes For Monarchist Re storation. By ROBERT POI I .MXK, Staff Correspondent of the Interna ? ii.n-i i v.r.s service and Petit Journal We.ringrn. June 21. Trie former I Crown Prince of Germany has taken to blaoksmithing to while away the idle hours in bad weather, and it was in the blacksmith sm p oi nis uurni companion that 1 found him when I visited Weeringen. He was standing before the anvil his face illuminated by the glowing coals, sleeves rolled up. in sportina knickerbockers, with heavy wool sto ckings. My visit did not seem to sur prise him in the least. "One minute." he said, "and I will be with you." The iron was now red hot. and he Vinfl to take advantage of it. He brought down the hammer a timec ftnH thfrf WHS & ShOWeT few of sparks, a hissing sound i the tub of water, and the job was done. Frederick William rubbed his hands with a satisfied air, removed h.e oilskin jacket "and a cyclist's hat be cured in from one to two years. "But as to the use of chaulmoogra oil for tuberculosis we are only be ginning our battle. We have scien tific grounds on which to believe that the oil is a cure for tuberculosis, as it is for leprosy. We are experimenting now as fast as possible with rabbits and other animals and hope that lu six months or a year we can claim a certain cure," the doctor said. Speaking of leprosy again. Dr. Walker declared there were several cases now under treatment in San Francisco at the Isolation hospital and that encouraging results have been attained. Product of Bean Seed. "The cases here are Orientals and citizenship schools of their own, where take the treatment; but those who have stuck to it have shown marked improvement, and in time we hope to have cured cases." he said. Chaulmoogra oil is the product of a bean seed found only in India and has been used for centuries by the Hindoos in making salve, which was applied for leprosy with more or less success. Sometimes it was adminis tered internally through the stom ach, but this method was hot satis factory because of the violent reac tion. The solution of chaulmoogra oil is injected into the muscles, from which it is absorbed into the blood and returned again to the tissues. The process by which the acid is extracted from the oil is long and tedious and. although costly, will not prove prohibitive to a general use of he solution should it measure up to the hopes of Dr. Walker and his co workers. Dr. Walker is more than optimistic that the oil will prove a cure for tu berculosis, but said that as his inves tigations are only preliminary he can not make any definite announcement ajt this time. have seen practical service in com mercial education as trade commis sioners and as practical business rep resentatives, together with experts in Portuguese and Spanish, will give the regular courses of study, while leaders in foreign trade corporations, commercial organizations related to foreign trade, governmental depart ments and attaches of embassies and legations will deliver addresses to the members of the school. The courses of study will include commercial Spanish and Portuguese, document technique, salesmanship, and a general course in Pan American commerce, including commercial geography, transportation, shipping and finance. Through Secretary Hoover the De partment of Commerce will co-operate actively in making a success of the school. pulled down upon his hair, which still remains blond. The blacksmith himself, greatly embarrassed, consulted with his wife over the best way to receive me and the photographer who accompanied me. But the ex-Crown Prince, solved the difficulty himself, and five min utes later we were seated in the din ing room of Mr. Luijt. the blacksmith arovnd an imposing pitcher of beer. "Mr. Hohenzollern" didn't change his attitude a bit when he learned that I was a Frenchman and that I was a newspaperman. "So you are from Paris?" he saia. "Well, give us the latest gossip of I the French capital. Are the women still pretty and stylishly dressed? That's a nicely tailored suit you are wearing. What are the popular pieces playing in the Paris theatres today ?" Is Popular with Village. The ex-Crown Prince is in the very bes of health and doesnt' seem to suffer much from his exile. He complains about the high cost of liv ing, like any other citizen, but seems to enjoy life in a simple little house, with a cook, a valet, one other dom estic and a former Brandenburg gen darme. Though at Doom the inhab itants are almost hostile to the ex Kaiser, the former Crown Prince en joys such popularity here that the municipality would bestow high hon ors upon him if the Dutch govern ment w Ail id permit it. Besides Mr. Luijt. the blacksmith. Frederick William has no better friend than Mr. Admiraal. who is specially attached to' his person by the Dutch government to guard him against annoyances. As proof of this friendship I may cite the fact that when the ex-Crown Prince wishes to give some small remembrance to a visitor to Weeringen he hands him a horseshoe, which he has made him self, and accompanying it is a letter. Men's Wear Athletic Union Suits of fine checked nainsook, in the well known ' ' Car ter" make, $1.00 Summer Neckwear in Wash Silks and novelty panel effects. These were $1.50, $1.00 Interwoven Socks of fine lisle, hlack, Cordo van, navy and gray, 40 cts a pair Main floor Notions Rick - Rack Braid, white and colors, 4 yd. pieces at 10 cts -a pc. Fitted Dress Linings in light weight for sum mer dresses, all sizes, 39 ets Dress Linings, lace trimmed, 50 cts Bathing or Neglige Girdles, 50 cts Girdles, flesh color, $1.00 and $1.50 Main floor, north aisle Books for Little People A special table spread with all manner of delightful stories -4- A Hamper of "Mr." Books, six in the set, Box of ,rMrs." Books, these are both illustrated by Lawson Woods. Either set 50 cts "Rummy Tales" illustrated by Lawson Woods. "Curly Tail" '"Strong Tail" "Bunchy Tail" "String Tail" 40 cts each "The Mr. and Mrs. Painting Book" 60 cts "Caldecott's Picture Books" Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4. These particular stories are the first of their kind to come in since war days, $2.25 each The "Kate Greenaway" Picture Books, $2.50 each The "Kate Greenaway" Birthday Books, $1.25 each New Fairy Tales: "Periwinkle and the Fairies" "The Conceited Princess" "The Dark Wood" 60 cts each " Struwwelpeter, " a German classic by Dr. Heinrich Hoffmann, . $1.25 A full line of Beatrix Potter Books now in. k D iff Read co CifViiAt test stating that he is actually the smithy who made the horseshoe, the letter boing sealed with the seal of Mr. Admiraal. Thousrh he likes to give out the im pression that the Hohenzotlems will never return to power, l Deneve ttiai the former Crown Prince has not abandoned hope or ambition. He re vives numerous visits at Weeringen from former officers, and during the last six months his mail has increased greatly. For instance, while, in 1920. he received hardly a hundred let ters on his birthday this year the Weeringen postman brought him thousands of letters, with the well- wishes of German monarchists. REMARRIAGE PROMISE LEADS TO SI IT. Chicago. June 21 Here it is. A breach of promise suit for failure not to marry but to remarry. Mary L. Taylor has sued Charles J. Taylor for $25,000 damages alleg ing he failed to mak-e good a. prom ise o remarry her aft-r they were once divorced. She charged Tay lor had tired of living alone, wooed her a second time and won her prom ise to wed for the second time. She also asked accounting of her husband's J5.000 estate, which, she said, she had largely accrued through her literary efforts. At the Black Silks, This Week Mallinson, Cheney, Haas and other well Known weaves Women demand quality when buying Black Silk. Read Silks have borne a splendid repu tation for half a century and to-day the department is at its highest standing. Black Silk is worn by every one. Women of mature years will always have a black silk. As for the debutante, she has a penchant for Black Silk. White neck, white arms, oh, the Black est of Silks. She knows how bewitching it is. These are some favored weaves: Meteor, in all grades, 40 inches, $2.50 to $8.00 a yd. Satins, in all grades, 36 and 40 inches, $2.00 to $6.00 a yd. Crepe de Chine, all grades, $2.00 to $4.50 a yd. Georgette Crepes, plain or striped, $2.00 to $3.95 a yd. Canton Crepe, 40 inches, $3.50 and $4.50 a yd. Taffetas, all grades, 36 inches, $1.95 to $4.00 a yd. Waterproof Silks, all grades, 36 inches, $1.25 to $2.00 a yd Main floor FINED FOB LAUGHING AT THE STARS Chicaso. Jun 20. This is fair warning that visitors may not laugh at the shiny stars worn by River For est's police force. Roy Dale, with several companions, drove his car through the Chicago suburb. They passed Chief of Police Laatz ar.d Patrolman Stuart. "Ha. ha. ha:" laughed Dale. "Nice shiny stars. Ha, ha, ha " He. passed -the two policemen again. "Ha, ha, ha!" he laughed. Laatz arrested Dale, and Police Magistrate William Oliphant fined him 125 and costs for disorderly con duct. "You can't make fun of our Police Department." was the Magistrate's solemn warning. RING'S YACHT TO RACE. London. June 21. King George's famous racing yacht. Britannia. is to be reconverted Into her racing trim of years ago when she beat all Brit ish and American yachts which com peted against her. The Britannia will appear at all the forthcoming regettas in full rac ing trim and it is stated that the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York are likely to take part in the racing on the Clyde in July. Same Price. Also Sports Silks, Pongee, Faille, Moire, Radium, and Baronette Satins in good assortment "Thermonor" The Iceless Refrigerator One of the most convenient household articles for summer use, especially for small families, or in apart ment houses where space is limited. jThe Thermonor requires no ice. This alone is a greax saving, to say nothing of the worry which is generally caused by the non-appearance of the ice man. Milk, butter, fruit and vegetables may be placed side by side, and when taken out will be fresh and sweet. The only attention a Thermonor requires is to be placed in water once every three clays. A very simple arrangement when one considers the benefit derived from a Thermonor though the hot summer months. In two sizes, $6.00 and $7.50 Basement A Brief Case Does not always cany briefs. It is used for many things, ana" it carries with it a professional air that is liked by young men or young women. In tan or black real Cowhide, containing two and three pockets, and leather straps for carrying. Two sizes: 6 x 12 and 10 x 15, $3.95 up. Handsome Secretary Case, 11 x 16 inches, $19.60 lycather section, main floor OK D W raAsArf Withdrawal Of South America Feared By League Of Nations Geneva, Jane 21.- Fear that .other South American nations may follow Argentina's lead and withdraw from the League of Nations before the sec ond meeting Of the League Assem bly here in September, is taken into serious consideration by the commis sion of experts which has just com pleted a financial investigation of the League's affairs. The experts' commission recom mends numerous cuts in salaries and in the operation of different depart ments. But It recommends an in creased expenditure in the Informa tion Section, the League's propagan da department, particularly for car rying on propaganda in South Amer ica. To obtain as much publicity as pos sible for the League's affairs branches of the propaganda section have been established in London and in Paris. In Kurope there is oppo sition to the League in many quar ters, but in no European country is there .any formidable movement for withdrawal from the League itself. However, the experts commission Second floor Third floor Read co tSSS' reports that the work of propagan dizing South America is being car ried on under the greatest ditllculty and recommends that another infor mation bureau be established there to spread interest in League affairs. gobs or Ainxniov. Chicago. June 20. William Ran dolph Brook man, former bluejacket editor of the Great Lakes Bulletin, the daily paper of the naval training station, appears to have left some thing behind him or his successor is not a good proofreader. He left the editorial sanctum for Hampton roads recently. Says the current issue of the Bul letin: "We have been pleased to note that William Ilandolph Brookman, former editor-in-chief of the Bulletin. has been appointed to a similar position at his new billet at Hampton Roads. "With the exception of one or two, the entire staff regrettd Brookman's departure from Great Lakes and trust he will not return shortly."