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, 111 Thursday; July 14, 1921 CALIP ORONOQUE OPENS INSTEAD 1 OF BittiTAtil ,- Abandoning the plan for the open ing of the camp at Bantam Lake near I-Ittchfield, the executive committee et the Y. W. C. A. immediately began Iplans for the development of Camp ' Oronoque at Oronoque, Conn-, as a 'Vacation place for girls anil 'ef Bridgeport. The situation is one of the moat lpicturesque spots in Connecticut It 'is on the Par Mill river -on the north ern boundr3r of 'stratford between the latter place and Shelton. An tabundance of shrubbery and wtld 4flowers add to the beauty of the place. - The saxne routine as planned for iBantarri is being carried out at Oro inoque. The girls rise about 7:30 in ithe morning -and after setting up ex . eiccises-and breakfast, hikes and tan.. aetic contests are enjoyed. Previous to luncheon time the entire member ;ship of the camp indulge in an hour , lot svvimming. There is a special 'event planned for practically. everY afternoon while steak roasts, marsh . mallow roasts and dog roasts, camp 'fire meetings, anti story telling around ' the huge. fires occupy the hours ar s. ter dark. , During the past vreeke, Mrs- J.- -Henry Hutzel has been in charge in .place of Miss Jeannette Kiskaddon, ,,girls' work secretary, who has been attending a conference in New York State. - For the first tvro weeks, this week and last On br Mgli school girls and 'Girl Reserves are admitted to the 'camp but hereafter anyone, girl or . woman, wishing to attend, may regis 'ter at the Golden Hill house. The group who have been camp Ing since the Fourth of July, includes, ' Miss Elsie Rising, Miss Esther Carl son. Miss Vivian Beach, Miss Mabel tBanney. Miss Irene O'Connell, M:ss Julia - O'Connell and Miss Madeleine !Thorpe. - NETERANS TO HAVE REUNION - The 38th U. S. Infantry veterans. , .part of the 3d (Ma.rne) Division, , known to all in A. E. F. history as i - 'the "Rock of the Marne" Regiment, hold their annual reunion and dinner at the Hotel Langwell, 123 s West 44th Street, New York City, on Monday, July 18th. This da,te is the third anniversary of the Second Bat tle of the Marne. There the 38th I 'Infantry won undying fame for its 1 distinguished action on that ()era.- Eton. -- The 38th Infantry, was organized 4 at Syracuse, N. Y, made up of men 1 from all parts of the United States. , After three months of intensive train ing at Camp Greene, N. C., the regi rnent arrived in France in April, - 198. One month later, On May 31st, the unit was rushed to the Marne to I help stem the "last drive for Paris." I During the furious fighting of the , Second Battle of the Marne, the 38th , Infaritry tenaciously held its lines, - - although hemmed in on three sides ; by the enemy, and successfully C01111- tes-attacked three days later. For this remarkable achievement the : k regiment was awarded the zerench ' , Croix de Guerre with Palm .-;a1. earned its famous and distint al' tle. the "Rock of the Marn, officialized by the War dePe..f. The Regiment lafer took part the , Vesle, St. Mthiel and Argonne drives adding other brilliant deeds to its. record- - Some of the distinguishing fee :tures of the Regiment are that it was - the only regiment InentiOned individ ually by General Pershing in his re- , port to the President; took part in - six major operations; from June lst , to Oct. 31st, 1918, was only two weeks in rest area., and had casual , ties of 334 killed. 2,186 wounded, and 197 missing. Last year the reunion was held at Syracuse, N, Y., where our splendid ..mationument honoring' our fallen COM rades was dedicated. The money for. this memorial was raised through individual contributions of the mem bers of the regiment. Owing to the large number of , members in the vicinity of New York, - has been decided toNbold the re union here this ye.4r, and elaborate - plans have been completed to make this something that will be talked of for years to come. A number of the public ofncials have been in vited to attend from New York and - New Jersey to represent the depart , - et' comrades from the respective states. At the dinner ,a chair will t be 1-eft vacant in ,their honor. From present indications our regimental commanders, Brig. General U. G. Mc-44 - , Alexander and Col. Frank H. Adams, chairman of the reunion committee will be present. Gen. McAlexander is le chairman of the reunion committee ' aud Col. Adams will act in the cerme t itý -of toastmaster. "Fighting Bob" - 'Woodside, chairman of the reception committee, wtil have the able assist tine.. of Chaplains J. J. Ganey and F. O'Reilly in welcoming the s"long lost" vets. A.suite of rooms has been- engaged ae.the hotel for the en ' tire clay for the- accommod6tion of out-of-towners. Dinner will be serv .Y ed at 9 p. rri. sharp, and "digestion" will be aided by syncopations from Brown's Famous Colored Band. All ,I former 38th Infantry men are urged to be present to light again the bat . ties from the "40-Homrne. 8-Cheveau" through the Marne, St. Mihiel. and the Argonne, and up to the "bast ') clu-gummie? Chocolat?" days in the Arrny of Occupation. All vets who have riot as yet sent in their reservation for the affair 'should let the Committee at the t Hotel-know anytime before 6 p. m. -on the 18th. If you vets miss this affair, you will regret it forever, as s it is goilog to be one huge success ' --Local members can secure further information by calling John H. Wil 1 hams, Dept. Senior Vice Commander ; of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at the club house, 161 Washington avenue. FANCY DANCINGIS - FEATURED AT - PIANO RECITAL 7.,,k;:a Attorney and Mrs. L Levine of' Detroit, Michigan, Olio were recently married are touring the East on their' honeymoon trip. Both are well known in this City where Mrs. Levine. who was formerly Miss nose Hubar resided for two years. They are be ing entertained at the home of Morris Kane of 271 Einen avenue for a few days. - Mrs. Wilbur Smith of Grovers ave nue, Black Rack, has returned from New Canaan where she has been visiting relativesfor a brief stay. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Downs of Noble avenue will leave ,on Friday with a party of friends for a motor trfp to Atlantic City, New Jersey, where they will sojourn for a week. , Mrs. Charles Mac Burney who has been conducting a weaviag studio in the Bridgeport Art League on Clinton avenue has moved to the gymnasitim of the Y. W. C. A- on Golden Hill street, where she will be located for the remainder cf the summer. Mrs Virginia Birdsall of Churchill Road is spending the summer out West visiting at points of interest Mrs. Fred. Walker of 67 Myrtle avenue has been entertaining Mr. and Mra A- H. Sadendorf of Spencer, Mass, who motored here en route to points farther south Mrs. Thomas Taylor of- Washing ton avenue Is planning is leave in the near future for a motor trip to East Boothbay. Maine, where she will spend several weeks visiting. Friends of Frank Crosby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crosby of Beechwood avenue will be sorry to learn that he is undergoing - another operation at St. Vincent's hospital. Mrs. William Richardson of Sher wood avenue entertained at a lunch eon and bridge party on Tuesday afternoon at the Brooklawn Country club. Covers were laid for eight guests. - Pretty garden flowers deco rated the table. The invitation. list included: Mrs- Lila Hills. Mrs- Ed ward Warnes, Mrs. ' Charles Paul, Miss Margaret Mills, Mrs. Mathew H. Rogers. Mrs, Alex Deane of New Haven, Miss Belle Fletcher and Mrs. Richardson. - - The Garden Study class of the Bridgeport Art League will meet on Friday afternoon at Anne Hatheway cottage at Beardsley Park. at 2:30 o'clock. Airs. George Crawford will be in charge. Airs. Charles Haynes of Merebant street has been entertaining Mr. and 1 Mrs. Charles H. Rega of New York 1 City as her house guitst for several I days. The Camp Fire GirlaNroodcraft of Algetheau tribe, are enjoying a week's camping party on the Housa tonic. Mrs. J. Minty is acting as guardian. Members of the tribe are: Miss .Dorothy Jones, Miss Fanny Friedman,. Miss Doris Henley, Miss Edith Williams, Miss Edna O'Brien, Miss Irene 24inty, Miss Helen Scully., and Miss Maud Kelleher. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leitch of Pittsburgh, Pa., who have been NIB iting with P. W. Seery of Southport. have left for a motor trip through 'New York state for the remainder of this month. Thomas Taylor of Washington ave nue accompanie,d by his classmate, George Ersham of Whitney avenue. are sojourning in Sky land, - the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia with Mr. Taylor's aunt, Mrs.- Fanny Rowell of New York CitY.. - Mrs. E. K. Wood of 431 Fairfield avenue is in Northfield, Mass., for the remainder of this week. Miss Elsa, Easing:of -Tranistan ave nue was sent as a delegate by the S. O. S.-club of the West End Con gregational church, to the annusl coniferences of churches at North field, Mass. - Membersof the Azalla se-wing cir cle will hold a picnic at Pleasure Beach on Saturday. A basket- sup per will be enjoyed in the evening. Several are planning- to go in swim ming. while others will ,participate in the amusements on the beach )1. 'Mrs. Harry McCabe of 223 Laurel cle will hold a picnic at Pleasures avenue opened ,her home yesterday Beach on Saturday. A basket- sup,- : for the closing recital Of her piano per will be enjoyed in the evening. '-k - Pupils. ' Miss Eleanor Langhan and Several are planning' to go in swim I Miss Frances Krapp featured at fancy ming, while others will , participate A . dancing in costumes anl at the con- in the amusements on the beach. elusion or the program Mrs. McCabe . served refreshments. The Delta Kappa club of Newfield 1-, - - The'progratn. was as follows: "1.4t- Methodist church will have a picnic 1 tie Jack Prost," MacGregor, 'Miss tonight in Beardsley Park. Supper 1 , ; Alice Contell; "-Moss Rose." Small- will be served after which games will , - , , wood, Miss Regina Miller; "Fairy be played. - ' - ,., - . I March," Streabbog. Miss Mary Kane; -- , ,.. ., - , "Mazurka,"- Bohn, Milton Scharon; Mr. and -Mrs. Albert E. Birks and "Dearly Dew-Drop," Birdeck, Miss daughter. Misses Marion arid Cather ç . , 1 Marjorie Liggins; "Barcarolle," Kal- ine of Yale street have left for a A 1 bert, Miss Gladys Foss; "Le Secret." month's vacation to be 'sent in New , Gaupler. Miss Elinor Langhan; town. t .., . I "Polish Dance," Scherwenka. Miss - . i -- Gertrude Howell; "Warbling of Mr. and Mrs. Harry:- Hull ; of I i Eve," Richards, Miss Margaret Beardsley avenue, Stratford, . and 1 - Kane; "Fifth Nocturne," . Leybach family. motored to Oakville, Conn, to , I t Miss Eleanor Carson; "Argonaise," visit relatives for several days. , - 's t (le Cid) Massenet, Miss Irene Spence. , 1 . '' --...-- - Mrs. Henry Whitney who bas been - ,. Auckland Geddes left Washing- visiting friends in this city! for the , -- - trfor- Dark-15ar Past mcrnth has returned 'to , her -Ai t ,. .. , boirte,-In..ZIele-Jritain. -- ( . .. . I' - - a.... - I, 'Miss Florence Selby of San Francisco, selected as the city's pret tiest girl, will welcome the Knights of Columbus at their international esenvention to be held on the coast next month.. Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dawe of Bast Main street have purchased the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lavery Of Mill Hill avenue. which they will occupy as soon as renovations have been completed. - Miss Lorraine Stapleton of San ford avenue, who is summering with ber 'parents at Walnut Beach', will entertain several of her friends at a dancing party toriight Mr. and Mrs. X. A. Leverty and son Ray of Washington aVenue. are enjoying' a motor trip to New York City where they renaain for sev eral days. , Miss Evelyn Woolard Of 410 East Main street was hostess for a birth day party at her home yesterday. During the evening'games and danc-; ing were enjoyed and a delicious buffet supper served. The hostess was the recipient of mashy attractive gifts. A delightful outing to Pleasure Beach was enjoyed on Tuesday by the members cof the Italian Women's council. Miss Clementina beRocco of Beach street has returned to her home after spending a month in Westerly, R. L. as the guest of her parents. Miss Nellie Landers of Noble avenue, who has been the guest of friends in Baltimore and Washington, p. C., for two weeks, has returned-to her home in this city. A class' in English for the lately arrived Italian immigrants will be Lormed during the coming week at the International Service center on Beach street.. Miss Marjorie Bailey of the State street Y. W. C. A. Is spending some tirae at her home in Rowley. Mass. The hrst meeting of the basektry class at the International Service center -was held on Wednesday after noon, Registrations are still open. Miss Helen Olmstead of 629 State street is the guest of relattves Newtown for two weeks. - Miss Marion Went of Roble' avenue has returned to her home after a brief vacation at Pond Point. Bdward McNamara of Lafayette street. has returned to his home after a week's vacation at Wiltimere Beach. Conn. Mrs. .11ohn Frawley and daughter, Mary, of Harrisburg, Penn., and Mr. and Mrs. James O'Brien and daugh ter, Anna of Brooklyn, N. Y., were the guests of Mr. andMrs. Richard Costello of French street, for a. few days and have now returned to their homes. About 30 members of he Athletic acsociation of the Y. W. C. A. will attend a ruo,onlight sail to Charles Isl and to be held this evening. Mrs. Mary Stackpole will act as chaperone. Rev. William Jepson, pastor of St..1 Luke's church. will celebrate the tenth anniversary of his rectorship at a special service on Sunday morning. jets soon as sufficient registrations are procured a class In sewing for factory girls will be formed at the International Service Center on Beach street - MacSwiney Council, A. R., will meet in the future at A. O. 1-1. home, 161 Washington avenue, on the first and third Fridays in the month. The pext regular meeting will be held July$16th when all the state officers and directors..will be present. All members are requested to be pres ent. - Mis, Mae Hassett of Rennell street, who has been spending the past two weeks in New York city as the guest of relatives, bas returned to her home in this city. .., Mira Julia Moran of Marion street. left yesterday tor Danbury,swhere sbe will be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. William Mullins, there. During next week Dr. and Mrs. Mullins and Miss Moran will motor to New 'fork city. Bridgeport Briefs The-Marine Band will stage a con cert at Beardsley park tonight from 8 to 10 o'clock. Dancing will:he in order from 9 until 10 o'clock - Plans for the annual outing and field clay of the Bmployes Tubercu losis Relief association were znade yesterday. The outing will be held in September- , - oepLemuer. The pulpit and choir stalls at St Luke's Episcopal Church will be blessed Sundar morning. Snszday will also mark the tenth anniversary of the rectort3hip - of the pastor, -33.evVirilliaza- IL- Jesiacin. r-- Tlit:MRTDGEPORT TEETES - , Sòhöiit.Sit-11(i.',-::;,-::: ...:Atte4d:Prettý, ;,. -:-,1Ditici,i1g.': Pittÿ Mr- and Mrs. D. WhitneY of 70 Crown street w-21 entertain at a de-ightful dancing party in honor ,s4- their daughter, - Miss Dorothy and two sons, Robert and Philip who re cently returned from IsEddlebury C4:14, lege, to spedd the sumxner vacation jieriod. The attractive Whitney reeddence win be decorated with garden flowers of every hue. An orchestra will fur nish .music for the occasion and a buffet supper will be served. - Numbered among those bidden are: Miss Marion Comley, Miss Betty Rhodes, 3.11. Gertrude Bruel, Miss Thelma Knox, Miss Edna. McClena ban, Miss Majorie Jacobs, Miss Nat alie Whitworth, Miss Ruth Nickerson. Miss ',Allan Hartley, Miss Dorothr Hartwell, Miss Elizabeth Smith, Miss Cogill, Miss Katherine Jen nings, Miss Mary Staples, Miss Marion Pickard, Miss - Dorothy "WhitneY. Carle Dane. Vrriest Adams, Howard Adams, Arnold -Anderson, Delbert Knox, Elmore Lyford, William Sta ples, Franklyn cogin, William But terfield, Leete Robbins, Leo Griffen. Donald Muirhead, Joseph - Egan, Kramer Nicholson, Trulock Hathe way, Ray Sorenson and- Edward Barrett. - CAMPAIGN IS -TO PUT OVER REAL BLUE LAW -Washington, July 14.---Active ration for Natfon-wide blue laws be gan here yesterday. It is proposed to procure legislaZion the mo-Lt drasti,3 observance 0; the Sabbath that ever has been suggested or known., The proposed bilr provides: "Hereafter it shall be unlawful: "Per any person in the employment of the 'United States to work or carrY on his ordinary vocation on Sunday. "For any person or corporatibm to operate on Sunday any freight or pas senger train, or mail train ,or any other train or part of a train in the earrylarg on cyf interstate coinmerce, trade or traffic of arrý kind "For any Post Ofnce to be open on Sunday or to deliver mail on Sunday' for any mail to be carried or deliv ered On Sunday by any employee of the United States. whether in city or country "For arty' newspaper or other paper or publication published or purport-, ing to be published on Sunday to be received. carried or detvered as mail by any agency of the United States. in any Post Office, or over any soute under the jurisdiction of the United States "For any person or corporation eri gaged in interstate corcanerce or car rYing on any business or vocation tin der the laws of or with the Permis SiOn. or license from the United States or arty of its agencies to- do or caxry on airy ordinary vocation or business on Sunday, this purpose of this act being to repress our national deter mination to honor the Sabbath nay and keep it holy-, as God commands. thereby' securing for all that opportu nity for spiritual and bodily refresh ments decreed by our Lord for the h-sppiness of aU men and the safety of all nations. "Any person who does anyr of the things above decared unlawful or who procures or aids another in do ing any of tbe things above declared unlawful. shall be gaiky of anrisde meanor and punished upon convic tion by a fine cpf not under $100 nor over $10,000 for each offense and by impriscrnment for not over six months, if the discretion of the court. "Any corporation that does or aids in doing these forbidden things shall upon conviction be fined riot less than S1,00,0 nor over S100,000 for each of fense, and upon conviction as seebnd 'time for like offense shall forfeit its , charter and franchise and be enjoined from operating in interstate com merce, provided. however, that emer gency Instances of charity and neces .itv are not included nor punishable under the provisions crf this act" Nosh W. Cooper, Chairman of tbe Southern Methodist Sabbath Saving crusade, is here with a committee of twelve--five who will aid him in urg ing speedy and effective action by Congress. A petition, printed in pam phlet form, entitled, "Appeal to our President and Congress for National Sunday Laws. by Southern Methodist Conference", is being distributed to all members of Congress. Senator McKellar presented a copy just be fore adiournment this evening. At the same flme, he declared, he did not subscribe to the declaration Set forth and could not indorse the legislation proposed. After stating that more than 1,00- 000 people are represented in the pe tition, it is deClared: ...We have hundreds of nationEti laws to prevent the stealing' 'and-destruction of property and life, but ALM-Oat ELO Malaria law to prevent the destruction of the Sabbath. Our Na destruction Crt canoata. trur tion licenses our interstate commerce, the biggest in the world, to run its Sunday train. newspapers and other business for profit, in open violation, of God's commandment oor Nation permits and renulies many postal and other employes to work 4)11 Sunday. "Many millions are being con strained or led through our Sabbath breaking interstate commerce into the terrible habit of Sabbath break , "Our present pace kept tip will in twenty-live years put us like Israel into Babylon, like Sabbath breaking Europe into ruin." Mr. Cooper, who heads the move ment is a wealthy lawyer, of Nash ville and a brother of Wade H. Coop er, the banker of thh city. He saw many representatives today and while circulating about the House gave out this statement: "We represent the sentiment of 10,- 000,000 professing Chriatiana of the South, who wish our Nation saved from destruction. It a Senator were to sell our GOVernMetit'S secrets to a foreign foe we would punish him for treason. We won't stand for any movement that openl3r speaks to de stroy our Nati OM Yet Congress is licensing treason far worse than Aaron Burr's or Bergdoll's. It is the licensing of our insterstate commerce to pollute and destroy the Sabbath. This is treason to God to our fore fathers, to uir independence and to our highest Tiuties. MANY CAIVEPERS -ENJOY LIFE AT , CATIP MOHAWE - One hundrEkl and forty-three girls and sixteen leaders were attend ance at the first Peri Od of Camp Mo hawk which opened MI June 30th, for the girls. MatiV girls were refused admission because of ; the lack of space. The second -period, registers 77 girls from Fairfield county wbe are enjoy ing camp life and its mahy attractions until July 28th, when the boys' period starts. , Count3r coreitteemenia da3, at - the camp "will- be held , en Batnedar. Aar ,guet livezeelvilliakilNdtatalr gfrOgrarta SANATARIUM OPENS SEASON IN NEW BUILDING Chicago, July 14.---One of the most , unusual charity institutions of th-e country, The ChiFsgo Daily .News Fresh Air Fund sanitarium for sick babies, has just opened its thirty ftfith season in a new 8271,000 'fire proof building on an island here in Lincoln Park. In its previous-Wooden plant in the park, the sanitarium cared 'for more than-70,000 sick ba bies, received more than 340,000 mothers and older broithers and sis ters. and passed through more than double this number of visitors- Everything at the sanitarium Is free, including medication for children and for mothers, if it Is required. The Patienté are treated at the sanitarium during the day and 'if farther medi cation is needed, the mother is given medicines to take home. The institution is - operated ten weeks of the year, during the sum mer school vacation period, and is open dail3r except Sunday from 8 a m., until 5 p. m it is a hope of the comptroller of the sanitariums Fresh Air Fund that with its new plant the season may be extended until eventually cases can be taken ail the year around under day and night staffs and held at the hospital until cured. The principal feature of the new sanitarium is its ,fresh air pavilion, only a step or two from Lake Michi gan. This has s. great expanse of floor. 300 feet long and, more than 100 feet wide, where swing 200 wire , hammocks through which the cooling lake breezes blow. The hospital section adjoining is thoroughly equip ped. It takes care also of accident cases in the park The staff of the Fresh Air Fund sanintrium this year. under the direc tion of Dr. Rhoda, Pike Barstow, in cludes five resident doctors, four graduate nurses, four tuadergraduate nurses and eight others who handle registration. etc. Twelve of Chica gos leading baby specialists also con tribute much of heir time without charge. - The charit3r fund which maintains the institution is supported by The Chicago Daily News and by contri butions ranging from 10 cents uP wards from over the city and coun ty. also front beyond this State. BASTILE DAY IS CELEBPtATED Paris, 1714France today cele brated Beadle Day, the anniversarY of the fall of the ancient prison which symbolized the oppression which brought abcrot the French revolution. Observance of the holida3t was be gun last night, when vast crowds gathered in the streets and danced for many hours. There were, in addition, great torchlight parades along qua boulevards. Because of. the intense heat wave which has' held France in its grip for the past fortnight, the great an nual militar3r review at Longchamps was cancelled. The people. -however, had prepared to celebrate the day in the historic manner. Tens of thousands of residerrts of Palls left the city' over the holiday to escape the intense heat. New York, 3u13r 14---Vrench quar ters in New York today celebrated France's national holiday, le-a.stile Day, in commemoration of the fall of the Bastile. The French consul general kept open house until 1 o'clock, arid practically every French organization in the city arranged a fitting program for the event. - A grand ball in the evening', sponsored lry the French veterans of the world war, vrill fea ture -the celebration. will be in order. ' 'rho -activities of tha camp include baseball, swimming. biking.'canoeing, and all tbe other outdoor sports in keeping with the aeason. The Sandy Hook group -which woe organized in the early spring' has de cided to cantinue regular meetings throughont the sumer. The program includes Me-saving work, several hikes. a. co-ed picnics and e. visit to Camp Mohawk. "Rev. H. Er. wilson is leader of the Round Rill group who aro also Among the Marty ettittpen ' - , , . Miss Margaret Krech, photographed after her marriage to Mr.111P. Ccrwlea, Jr, in St. Andrews's Divine Church ta Southarapton, Lang Island. en Saturday. She is the daughter of Alven Krech, a. - noted banker- The former Miss Krech and her husband went to Par-- mington, Conn., to see Rear Admiral Cowles, IL S. N., the bridegroom's father, who was unable to attend the ceremony. - t- 'ISLAND BOYS - AND OIRLS ARE BETTER BUILT Honolulu, T. July 1.4.---AngloSaxon ciculdren attending Punahou AcatlemY, Honolulu. are taller and weigh more than children of the same age attending schogis hi the corrtinental-United States, according to 'tables of statistics jUSt made- Pub-- lie by Dr. Louis It. Sullivan, anthro pologist, connected with 'Bishop Mu semn here. zuum. Dr- Sullivan based bLs tables of comparison on investigations made of 45,151 boys a,nd 43,298 girls the public schools of Boston, St 'Louis, Milwaukee, Oakland, Worcester and Tororrto. His figures tend to show that Punahou academy boys between six and 18 years of age, inclusive, lrave an average, excess weight for each year of 11-8 pounds, while the girls have an average excess- of 11 pounds- The average excess in height for boys and girls, respective ly is stated to be 3.7 inches and 4.4 inchea AILTMEDET) PRJESTOZT PIrNER,-IL ATI offices of the Travelers Insur- key, ance ccnnpany throughout the United Kat States -.Tere closed yesterd,ay in re- 013, spect to the late Major Preston, who She was buried in 149,rtford yesterday. Sort Major Preston died at the e-ge of 84 Con atter 56 years of service in charge WU of various agencies of company, Plat having' retired from active service dler Only Last November. Several from the Vau 43ridgeport face attended the funeral. son. Enibkroidered , Organdies - Remnants! ' Many of the wanted' colors, 40 in c11 e s 95 cts. a yard HARVEY HUBBELL BAND TO GIVE CONCERT itILY MODERN SHOE Store closes daily at 5:00 Saturdays 6;CA 1 Harvey nabbell band, trader the d crireci2laa of Dr. Glove1rd Conterno rersler another of its usual. high class concerts at Seaside- Park next' Sunday. July 17, from 7 to 9 p. ASEIOng the selections offered is the celebrated "Ivan the Terrible" Over ture, which is published by the world's loremost firm, Boosey and Coratpany 1,orolort, England. 'This - overture waS' composed by Dr- Con terno at -the age -of 19,-.ad.-,tt is now in.the library, of every-hand- through- out the world Anotiter feature of the coming event will- be the clarinet solo to be perfcrined-bY Albert F. -Sanger- This , piece will be Ross-inns celebrated , cavatina ffom "'The Barber of Se ville." Mr- Sanger will also render the well knewu "Polacca" from the cypera - "Mignon," by Ambroisa Thomas, , , Beside the foregoingjeatures two special numberawill be given. One, the celebrated "Papageno" music from. Mozart's "Magic Flute" with beautidni chime-effectsand- the other, the well known descripttve fantasia... entitled "The Forge in the. Forest.", depicting-life in a rustic smithy. Upon the whole thia Concertpromk lees great satisfaction to tbe real , music lovers of Bridgeport It will 1 be tfound to be on a par, with W I thing- yet ,offered by the Harvey Rah bell, Dip. Band A, fact made possi ble only through- the masterly direc tion of Its eminent conductor. Dr. : Glovarmt Center-no Introduction"The Star Spangled ) , 1 33anner." MurcholSambre-et-Mettee"; Tur ' Overture-,-"Ivan, the Terrible" (by opecdal request), Giovanni- B..- Con teen. Paraphrase --- "Die Lorely"; Nes-vadba-Grand Selection "Carmen" all general request); Bizet - Descriptive Fantasia---"The Forge-1 lir the Forest" (Depicting life at a Rustic Sraithyÿ Intermissicrn - 4 Overture---"-Le Macon"- Auber. Clarinet Solo--"The B.arber, of Se- 1 ville". plfr- Albert F. Sanger); Ros- slut Characteristic- Piece "Paz:tag-coo Polka" (Introdiming Chime Effects); Me ;art. Air "Ia. Cirtquantairt," (by request)' G. Marie; March, -"The First Regiment," -.Brooks. Finale, "America." ' REPAIR SHOP IN , NEW LOCATION , The Modern Shoe Repair Shops have removed front their Golden Hill i ideation to a larger arid more, trP-tedate site at 79 Fairfield avenue. This; establishmerrt has been in business, 1 for the last 15 years catering to a high class of trade. The rapid growth of a small cobbler shop -to -, large first class shoe- repratring tablishment with the inost up-to-theH minute ma,chinery for fast and expert work has proven that its customers 1 have been well satisfied. This is the only concern of its kind in Bridge-- port, making shoes- to order. - MISS FLETCHER HOSTESS FOR DANCING PARTri ccts. 3enss Mildred Pletcher, daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. E. Leslie Pletcher,. of Chalmers avenue, wal be hostess-tor a pretty birthday dancing party' to-, night at her home. A color scheme of pink and whits will be used with garden flowers ear-, responding. Late in the evening a buffet supper will be served. Musio will be furnished by a viotrola. The invitation list includes:, Miss Dorothy Sherwood, Miss Ella Gingard, MisS Ethel Plummer Alias Dorothy Cas key, Miss Evel'yn Mathewson, Miss Katherine Cu llinan, Miss Helen Bish op, Miss Maude nrn; Miss Eleanor Sherwood, Miss Lelia Caskey, Ra 3r Sorensen, Leonard Shubert, Thomas Com ley, JO.hn Merren, Albert Driber, William Driber, Howard Kirt, Burton Platt, Morton Butler, Robert Mid dlemass, Harry Krehbiel, Fred Borg, Vaughn Abercrombie and George Wat,. SOE.I. --or the Read Finn-tv his Is The argain Corner For This Page C-urtam Scrim A New Lot in white, cream or ecru. Same good quality asthe last, 40 inches wide, Annex Price 1.0 cts. a yard - Farley Strip Hosiery Pure Silk, brown or - black with self col ored stripes. Sizes 812 to 10. , SLOO a Pr. Boys Overalls - , 'Made of goO-d sturdy material to withsti.nd hard usage.: In blue only,-sizes 6 to .16. , , 1- , : ! of every hue- An orchestra vrill fur- . -, , ,1,,::;,:....:,,.t,,,o,:70..:.,,,T...'1-:'"11i-si-'1,F.A" :, ''',, 5,,:le'.'''''''-'"Z----7.r'4,-,4.. it;;4:.:-.;:l'&-,--,-.4-"Ct;WI,-"..'.'-'gi'r.1" tin thcgeatlibtrhare3rag,oree4:IferYi9.17s--ad'ituelis n1.r. :, . l';'' 0-V4-, -:-.., 7 .,;-re,-, i';Ifir-:',A,45;47'''''' out. the world : 1 :,..-.;-,.'i:2....2-.t.:.-;:::::'?'.2'.:. ,:' ,r1:1'.:- ,, --,.; Itig, I nish :music for the occasion and a ...: ,.,F1-,,,,,:,,,,,:7.:4-.:12.E,;5.:,;4!".,t:;:pi,,ioi?r,...,:,,f;.,,,,;.:: ..,;;;;,-.,1,eigi,-: -?, 4P:-.!i,:.-::i-;:i;),:'-t,:,, : other feature of the coming -,'.,,--::-.; it ;; , , ;f . buffet supper wfll be served. - I , ":.1.,::AglyrF:'Sik,1",f:, :..0-fr,4,;;,!-Wis:; i: 4,,-;,-,r7)1:Pkr .-..- :- tt.i''',,-?4,;;..44,1i,,',9,6, 'IL be the clarinet solo to be r i .:, .e-,;,,,t,-:: '..... :5111V:.: 4?;(I -' Numbered among those -bidden are. -. -pit,,,ti ;,,g.,-- . - ' ,, .:.'.1,' ,jr,,, ,: t ''4. --kitir-- - I 11.1-'' -,..'4', -:,:;-:-.;tri;.:;,-'1.,,,,,- tv- ?:,,z, ed--bY Albert 1 Bangor- This . ! - - iýt Miss Marion Comley, Miss Betty 1- ,IT":3?:, ,f,-;,N,,,..y ,.,:..-..,1,,,i...,:, 7!,,r2---411.yri,.-4:...m,:3,,,,A:'-,-,70,:. -..- :::: .i:.;,:.. 4,44S; :,,,,, ;.. .1' ..,,.....:414,,,7;,' 7 :...,,e.r. : . ,.. ,I . . 11 ',. 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Tiatt,,1040,- .....:;'.4...'::''.. -:' ;", 1 0 nth ethKilie , COgahStS,t 3aet. . -'-'... f.:,..,,,tr':::: .,..., ' '-..,:14..,.. ,,IZ:::,.:g.:A MiStgatti,kt',..t1,7;,,':;AW ' - ' ' '''''''' 1,0,4e :A ,,:',,,,?:,,-iP-A " ,wrott:-...:.?.r..-, ,, ..,-- i - - --Washington, July 14.---Active agl- 1 -,, , --'"- "'" ,:7---P;'-';,!-7.--;:r '' - ', At ',,,,,,,,N. 0, . w.,..., , , , - - ration for Natton-wide blue laws be , ,':,YA-E.:?..e'' - :,, AFir.s.,,,,:, t ' Y gan here est,u-day. It is proposed to , . ,, --,;- ' . -Personal Mention procure legislaZion the ,, most drasti,3 - . -- ''''' - - - ..: .,i:irA, 'W-.5,:sz -47w-- observance 0; the Sabbath that ever . , - ... :-,:,..4.,4,,,, L,,,,,,,4,1, , 4,v:: ;iiti.,,t::. 'r,::;,'-- has been suggested or known- n, The - - Rusti c' SraitbY-Y - 1 ..i.rt.,..,, . .. .: .t,,,..,.to:. .,..s.,,,,, genDeseracril ptivrequeTeristtFanle:mistBizassiieacaLt.The. r.orge,1 . ,,..-t -,. ,, . vilraGdP0,7arhandraerte PuFbraseraLseesrlec-iti:::Petc7arraLingreirbte.ner;: IttN. "71:. 1: ' .. - ,-- . - . proposed bills provides: - ,....w... . '41-T.re.-, ft c.. St cll.. .11 1,.. ..--.1..........a--.- ... , qL ,... . ,.. e'Le.., Mac orr".';:Atiber- 1 : - . .. 4 , te d - h a. r Iii ..,' c - --. i 4 , , - - . ' i 1 i , - 11 ' I ) - , I . ) 1 1 , ) in , 1:1 th : lot t , 01 . t Va 2., , of , 1 , : 1 1Di ' IS ' 1 s er - , th 1 ' tab ' ', 4 fh ' - 1 pl 1 1 i El I 't i n c ' , i tth A, eit i4 ;let - -to tt ;eh t'lle1 , lot )1, aevf 'l .' ' ' Yill 1' ) . th , i 1 N te 1 1-I' ! o , , gi , a t t St Jt ' - ar . , , , . .. , . , , .t . I , , , . , - , , , ) , .1 , I , -1 . 1 - - - 1 4 1 7- . : '7. 1 I' , . - . , , 4. , . . ; 2" i 4 1 . I - I 1.. 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Covcaerturne7 wrailjc'' ccmandc'Pon-seEnd -.12.17tbY Dcl-r- CoThisn- I ' 10- - 1 - I , ' 1', . , i -, ,--, 4 ., 1 . , , . 11', ' ,1;!--- ' (1', ' - '' .7 , vt- 1 ! ti I i - , '11 - k -64 , . -. , - l'' i ' - - .' - I ,i ' -.' ,,, I ; it .! 1 I 1 ii N. 4..,-,. , ; 7,... , !, ,. ' i ' .. , 'k. I li ' 41 V , ii . - , . '1 ;,4k. , t , , ,; 1 t J., , , j t 1 .Y il ' , 1 1, 4 ol 1 . c , .0 t '-64 ad-C-F-. -- -.....,.. c,...,.. EsAgonne urives, points farther south. ee .1.1.. IlUt11. 1.1L. a tAUO. VI. -1, L.1........ LIZ --- . mg other brilliant deeds to its Baltimore and Washington, D. C., for 'for mothers if it Is reqturee. wire eereee, ....216 .alt.al-ee -Lentz. q..0 NEWW -.'-'"3 ....-..'- .-- .- -- Ý '.....'.., ... ...,.. ' record. - who procures or aids another in do- . , . . two weeks, has returned-to her home that ati - M d M E Le f ou academy' ooys between r. ail rs. , she Fletcher,' o , ,t - Some of -the distinguishine f . Mrs. Thomas Taylor of- Washing- . . in this city. inee any of the things above declared patients are treated at the, sanitarium unlawful. shall be gtriky of amisde- during the day and 'if further medi- six and 18 years of age, inclusive, Chalmers avenue, wal be hostessefor , - , :tures of the Regiment are that- it weaas". ton avenue Is planning is leave in the - meanor and punished upon convic- cation ia- needed, the mother is given have ari average, excess weight for a pretty birthday dancing party to-, . -the only regiment Mentielled individ- near future for a motor trip to East . . ' 'don by a fine cpf not under $100 nor medicines to take home. ,ea-ch year of 11.8 pounds, while the night at her home. . . .s. ually by General Pershing in his re- Boothbay. Maine, where she will a class in Engsish for the lately over 810,000 for each offense arid bY The institution is - operated ten girls have an average excess- of 11 A color scheme of pink and, white , s . port to the President; took part in arrived Italian immigrants will be spend several weeks visiting. . imprisonment for not over six months, weeks of rthe year, during the sum- Pounds. The average excess in will be used with garden flowers core . . - V six' major operations; from June ist formed during the coming week at h t e discretion of the court. mer school vacation period, arid is height for boys and girls, respective- responding. Late in the evening a - the International Service center on If -. ,, , to Oct 31st, 1918, was only twp weeks in rest area., and had suet.- Friends of Frank Crosby, son of Beach street. - . "Any corporation that dews or aids open dail3r except Sunday from 8 a- 11 is stated to be 3.7 inches and 4.4 buffet supper will be served. Music; Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Crosby of - in doing these forbidden things shall m until 5 p. nu ,inclese. will be furnished by a victrola- The , , ties of 534 killed. 2,186 wounded, and .-..,--. . Beechwood avenue will be sorry to Miss Marjorie Bailey of tbe State invitation list includes: Miss Dorothy t upon conviction be fined riot less than It is a hope of the comptroller of 19 7 missing. learn that he is undergoing-another street Y. W. C. A. Is spend ) Last year 'the reunion was beld at operation at St. Vincent's hospital. tinae at her home in Bowie M some feln,eseatt, annodr novpeorn $nlanv00,0inti000fnoraneacaehanotnd- the sanitariums Fresh Air Fund that ATTMvEDlEla PREST0e7 F-UNER..ee, Sherwood,. Miss Ella Gingard, Mise with its new plant the season may Ethel Plummer alias Dorothy Cas Syracuse, N, Y., where our splendid 3r. ass. 1 , se time for like offense shall forfeit its be extended until eventually cases ATI offices Of the Travelers Insur- key, Miss Evel'yn Mathewson, Miss I esamonument honoring' our fallen ceM- Mrs. William Richardson of Sher- The first meeting of the b ktry can be taken ail the year around ance company throughout the United Katherine Cullinan, alias Helen Bish- ' rades was dedicated. The wood avenue entertained at a lunch- class at the Inter tional Se e money from operating in interstate com charter and franchise and be enjoined under day and night staffs and held States -.1-ere closed yesterdey in re- op, Miss Maude Hill; Miss Eleanor' t for. this memorial was raised through eon and bridge party on TuesdaY center was held on Wednesday after- ..- spect to 'the late Major Preston, who Sherwood, Miss Lelia Caskey, Ra3r . , e individual contributions of the mem- afternoon at the Brooklawn CountrY noon. Registrations are still open. merce, pro'vided. hcrwever that emer- atTtnhae phroispnniiptalai ufnetiatinrcnureodf. the new was buried in R-ertford yesterday. Sorensen, Leonard Shubert, Thomas . bers of the regiment. club. Covers were laid for eight gency instances of charity azid neces-, sity aro not included nor puniehable sanitarium is its 'fresh air pavilion, Major Preston died at the age of 84 Comley, John Merren, Albert Driber, , - , , Owing to the large number of under the provisions of this act" only a step or two frtom Isake Michi- atter 56 years of service in charge William Driber, Howard Kirt, Burton guests. - Pretty garden flowers deco- Miss Helen Olmstead of 629 State ; members in the vicinity of New York, rated the table. The invitation list street is the guest of relattves in Noah W. Cooper, Chetrman. of the gale This has a great exPanse of of various - agencies of company, Platt, Morton Butler, Robert Mid- -- ,- -,. It has been decided toehold 'the re- included: Mrs- Lila Hills. Mrse Ed- Newtown for two weeks. - Southern Methodist Sabbath Saving floar, 300 feet long and, more than having' retired from active service dlemass, Harry Krehbiel, Fred Borg, union here this ye.r, and elaborate ' - crusade, is here with a committee of 100 feet wide, where swing 200 wire only' Last November. Several from the Vaughn Abercrombie and George Wats. r, 'I- ward Warnes, Mrs. ' Charles Paul, - plaus have been completed to make Miss Margaret Mills. Mrs. Mathew Miss Marion Went of Roble' avenue twelvefive who will aid him in urg- hammocks through which the coolhag Bridgeport office attended the funeral. soe. . , H. Rogers. Mrs, Alex Deane of New has returned to her home after a - this something that will be talked ing speedy and effective action by lake breezes blow. The hospital -off , or for years to come. A number Haven, Miss Belle Fletcher and Mrs. brief vacation at Pond Point. Congress. A petition, printed in pam- section adjoining is thoroughly equip- - , of the public officials have been in- - - phlet fi3rm, entitled, "Appeal to our Richardson. President and Congress for National Pe& e i th park- - vited to attend from New York and - Edward McNamara of Lafayette cases e e It takes care also of accident t New Jersey to represent the depart- The Garden Study clam of the streets has returned to his home Sunday Laws. by Southern Methodist The staff of the Fresh Air Fund the Read Rnn v- '--, eð comrades from the resneceve Conferen " ce is being distributed to . Bridgeport Art League will meet On after a week's vacation at Wildmere - ' sanietrium this year. under the direc- - , 1 Friday afternoon at Anne HathewaY Beach- Conn. all members of Congress. Senator ' states. At the dinner ,a chair will tion of Dr. Rhoda, Pike Barstow, in- , . v be left vacant in ttheir honor. From cottage at Beardsley Park. at 2:30 , , McKellar presented a copy just be- eludes five resident doctors, four Store closes daily at 5:00 ., . - - present indications our regimental o'clock. Mrs. George Crawford will Mrs. .11ohn Frawley and daughter, fore adjournment this evening. At the graduate nurses, four tuadergraduate , ' commanders, Brig. General U. G. Mc- be in charge. Mary, of Harrisburg, Penn., and Mr. same ftme, be declared, he did not nurses and eight others who handle - Saturdays 6;CA , - subscribe to the declaration set forth ;ti - , Alexander and Col. Frank H. Adams, see, and Mrs. James O'Brien and daugh- registration. etc. Twelve of Chica- , . , chairman of the reunion committee Mrs. Charles Haynes of Merthant ter, Anna of Brooklyn, N. Y., were and could not indorse the legistalion gos leading baby specialists also con- , --. will be present. Gen. McAlexander is street has been entertaining -Mr. and the guests of Mr. and-Mrs. Richard proposed. tribute much of heir :time without - ", Mrs. Charles H. Rega of New York Costello of French street, for a. few After stating that more than '3,000- , t chairman of the reunion committee aed Col. Adams will act in the capac- C,Ity as her house guest for several days and have now returned to their 000 people are re elated in the pe- evlarge- - ' Ar - , - The charit3r fund which maintains talon, it is deClared: ite -of toastmaster. "Fighting Bob" "a5e' ' homes. nertitution is supported by The et - .----. , "NSTe have hundreds of national the I--- 1S Is -The I argain-Corner . NS ocdside, chairman of the reception Chicago Daily News and by contri The Camp Fire GirlaNroodcraft of About 30 members of he Athletic laws to prevent the stealing- and- de- . committee, wet have the able assist- ' e Algetheau tribe, ' are enjoying a struction of property and life, but al- . I ' ance of Chaplains J. J. Ganey and week's camping party on the House- association of the Y. W. C. A. will t Dios no natio-nal law to prevent buttons ranging from 10 cents ue tee wards from over the city and coun- , . . , - 4 F. O'Reilly in welcoming the s"long - --. . . attend a moonlight sail to Charles Isl- 0 , tonic. Mrs. J. Minty is acting' as destruction of the Sabbath , , lost" vets. A.suite of reoms has . and to be held this . evening. Mrs. , x .' , been- engaged ae,the hotel for the en- uardian Members of the tribe are. Mary Sta.ckpole will act as chaper- tion licenses our irrterstate commerce, our Nee te also, fr4orn heyortd this atate. - For This Page , . -1, iss DOro-thy Jones, MISs Fanny the biggest in the world, to run its .. -, - , ,, .- tire clay for the- accommod6tion of - one. - Friedman,. Miss Doris Henley, Miss Sunday train. newspapers and other , 1 out-of-towners. Dinner will b-e erv- - Rev. William- Jepson, pastor of St buof sGoinessd's PormanDrafftnrt'dmienntc'Pen Iricdatiml t e Edith Williams, Miss Edna O'Brien, ed at 9 p. rre sharp, and "digestion" , - i - Miss Irene elinty, -Miss Helen Scully., . - a - will be aided by syncopations from Curtam. Scrim , and Miss Maud Kelleher. Luke's church. will celebrate the tenth -- eour Nation permits and requires , , Brown's Famous Colored Band. All anniversary of his rectorship at a many postal and other employes to , 1 --', special service On Sunday morning. work on Sunday. Is cELEBRATED - . former 38th Infantry men are urged Me. and Mrs. Charles 1eitch of - to be present to light again the bat- Pittsburgh, Pa., who have been vis- , "Many millions are being con- - , ' ties from the "40-Homrne, 8-Cheveau" iting 'with P. W. Seery of Southport, its soon as sufficient registrations strained or led through our Sabbath are procured s class in sewing , for breaking interstate commerce into ' , I A-New Lot in white, cream or ecru. Same -, through the Marne, St Mihiel. and have left for a motor trip through good -quality as the last, 40 inches wide, , - , the Argonne, end up to the "bast- ,New York state for the remainder of factory girls sem be fermed at the the terrible habit of Sabbath break ' Parts, 41-11714--France today cele- ., s s 1 es clu-gummie? ", Chocolat?" days in the this month. - International Service Center on ing. - , - brated Bastile Day, the ariniversarY Annex Price 1.0 cts. a yard ,- .: - - . Army of Occupation. , Beach street "Our present pace kept up will in of the fall of the ancient prison which - : .' All vets who have riot as yet sent Thomas Taylor of Washington ave- , twenty-five years put us like greet symbolized the oppression which , - . in their reservation for the affair nue accompanied by his classmate, MacSwiney Council, A, se"-IL I. R into Babylon, like Sabbatli brea,king brought about the French revolution. , , , - 'should let the Committee at the George Ersham of Whitney avenue. will meet in the future at A. O. I-1. Europe into rain." Observance of the holida3r was be- Ern , 1 ,,, Hotel. kpow anytime before 6 p. m. are sojourning in Skyland, - lii the home, 161 Washington avenue, crn the Mr. Cooper, who heads the move- gun last night, when vast crowds broidered Fancy Striped ,-- -on the 18th. If you vets miss this Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia first and third FridaYe in the month. tnent is a, erealtbY lawyer, of Nash- gathered in. the streets axid daliced . affair, you will regret it forever, as with Mr. Taylor's aunt. Mrs.- Fanny The next regular meeting will be 'held ville and a brother of Wade H. Coon- for many hours. There . were, in 1 s , it is going to be one huge success. Rowell of New York Cite. , JulyelSth when all the state officers er, the banker of this city. He saw addition, great torchlight parades - - , . --Local members can secure further , . and directors will be present. . All many representatives today arid while along tIle boulevards. a . Organdies .: ,, Hosiery , . information by calling John H. Wil- Mrs. E. K. Wood of 431 Fairfield me,rnbers are requested to be pres- circulating about the House ga,ve out Beeense oe. the. intense heat wave hams, Dept Senior Vice Commander avenue is in Northfield, Mass.. for the ere. , , this statement; . which has held Prance in its grip . - - ; of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at remainder of this week. e - "We represent the serdiment of 10,- for tbe past fortnight, the great an- , ',., ' , 1 the club house, 1.61 Washington eve- Miss Mae Hassett of Pennell street, 000,000 professing Chrietians oe the nual militar3r review at Longcharties , I I Reamtants. Pare Silk, brown or ' nue. - Miss Elsa Rasing :of Iranistan ave- who has been spending the past two South, who wish. our Nation saved was cancelled. The people. -however, - , 1 . , nue was sent as a delegate by the weeks in New York city as the guest from destruction. It a Senator were hail prepared to celebrate the day black With self col- ' . .:', FANCY DANCING IS - s. O. S.' club of the -i-Vest End COn- of relatives, has returned to her home to sell our GOVernreerit'a secrets to a in the historic manner. Tens of Marty of the . wantecV - gregational church, to the annual in this city. foreign foe we would punish him for thousands of reeidents of Paris left colors, 40 in c h e s , ored stripes. Sizes- - FEATURED AT coneerences of churches at North- s-- . treason. We won't stand for any the city over the holiday to escape PIANO RECITAL field' Mass' ., Mies Julia Moran of Marion street. melvernent tha.t opent3r speaks to de- - tee intense heat- - 812 to 10 , ... ; - . lett yesterday for Danbury,swhere sbe stroy our Nadel:L. Yet Congress is , wide. - Members.of the Azalla se-vving cir- will be the gueert of Dr. and Mrs. licensing treason far ' worse than New Ycrrk, Jul3r 14iFrench qua,r- ' . - . ' ' 1 Mrs. Harry McCabe of 223 Laurel cla will hold a picnic at pleasures William Mullins, there. Dewing next Aaron Burr's or Bergdoll's. It is the ters in New York today celebrated et,S a yard - aveaue opened ,her home yesterday Beach on Saterday. A basket- sun- week Dr. and Mrs. Mullins arid Miss licensing of our insterstate commerce' France's national holiday, Bastile DaY, - S1 0 0 0 a pr. ' - for the closing recital ot her piane per will be enjoyed in the evening. to pollute and destroy the Sabbath. . , , Moran will motor to New York city. 'This is treason to God,. to our fore- 2Tt commemoration of the fall of the . ! A Puelle ' Miss Eleanor Larighan and Several are planning' to go in swim- Bastile. The French consul general - - . . I Miss Frances Krapp featured at fancy ming, while others will , participate . fathers, to uir independence and to , - , , - kept open house untll 1 o clock, stud 1 1 - daneing en costumes ane at the con- in the amusements on the beach. 1 B f our highest Tiuties. . , Boys Overalls , . ,, . elusion er the program Mrs. McCabe - : served refreshments. . The Delta Kappa club of Newfield Bnageport. rie s MANY CAMPERs practically every French organization in the city arranged a fitting program for the event. - A grand ball in the e , . - - ' 1,-- . - The'progratn was as follows: "let- Methodist church will have a picnic - . e , t tie Jack Frost," MacGregor. Miss tonight in Beardsley Park. Supper - . -ENJOY LIFE AT evening, sponsortiewdoonr.idlrywatrh. ewirrn efnecah hlade of good sturdy material to withstind. , 1 , ; Alice Contell; "-Moss Rose." Small- will be served atter which games will - -- The-Marine Band will stage a con- hard usage., In blue only,-sizes 6 to .16 ..- , - wood, Miss Regina Miller; "Fairy be played. - ' . , - I March," Streabbog. Miss Mary Kane; ., cert at Beardsley park tonight from ' , ; , , - I 8 to 10 o'clock.. Dancing will-be in CAMP MOHAWE ;etre: IR: trecelethebra . - c , ,,, 59 cts. , ,- ,.. , "Mazurka,"- Bohn, Milton Scharon; Mr. arid -Mrs. Albert E. Birks and order from 9 until 10 'o'clock - - One hundred and forty-three girls will be In order. ' , . , , 1 - "Dearly Dew-Drop," Birdeck, Miss daughter, Misses Marion arid Cather- ---t and sixteen leaders were in attend- 'rhe -activities of the camp include te s- , . f i : 1 Marjorie Liegins: "tBarcarolle," Kai- ine of Yale street have left for a . ' - - ance at the first Perted of Came, mo- baseball, swimming. hiking. 'canoeing, , , , , . , - 1 A i bert, Miss Gladys Foss; "Le Secret." month's vacation to be 'sent in New- Plans for the annual"- outing and . , , . field day of the EniplOÿee Tulatercu- hawk which opened Oa JAM& 30th, for and ell tbe other outdoor sports in --I Gaupler. Miss Elinor Lan,ghan; town. the eirl ManY girls re sed keeping with the season. . - , Basement. - - - . . ,. I "Polish Dance," Scherwenka, Miss N''' . losis Relief aesociation were znade , . , ' a '---- Gertrude Howell; "Wartiling of Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry:" Hull i I of yesterday. The outing vvill be held in andmeTssiosn 'bee:eines of ,were, the lactku of The Sandy Hook group -which was s pa e. organized ITL the early spring' has de- , . ' i Eve," Richards, Miss Margaret Beardsley avenue, Stratford, end September. , .- The eeconcirperiod, regiSters 77 girls ceded to centinue regular - meetings, - i ' , -- J1, - , Kane; "Fifth Nocturne." . Leybach, family motored to Oakville, Conn, to , - from Fairfield ,county who are enj - oy- throngtiont the sumer. The program - . . , . " Miss Eleanor Careen: "Argonaise." visit relatives for several days. - The pulpit arid choir stalls at St ing came life and its meMy attractions includes Me-saving Work, several - - - - -- - r 's t tle-eld)., Massenet, Miss Irene Spence. , Luke's Episcopal Churc, h will be until,July 28th. when the boys' period bikes. a co-ed picnics and3 e. visit to , .1 '' - -- . Mrs. Henry Whitney. who bas been blessed Sunday morning. Seaday will 'starts. , , -4- Camp Mohawk. "Rae- H. Er. Wilson is . li -, - .thAtr Auckland Geddes left Washing- visittrig friends in this cite for the also mark the tenth annivereary of , Courit3r comitteemeres day at ethe leader of the Bound Hill group who , t, , ' - - treer-Darecelear. , , e . - past mcrnth, has returned, to - her. the rectorship - et ths Paztoreellav- came' will-be, held Uzi Saturday,. Aar- are aisa azztazur t . -- litany camper ' , - 1 .-00' -- t . hoirte-In..ZIele-Jritaln. -- ( . E-"Illiaza-AEC-,.Jeciauin. - . . , - !-'''' 7.. Ir.- P 6.' 1 A '-' 4' i:': ' - ''' . 'I' iL,....,.:. ,, I , s , ,, .. ,I 1 t J r !u , , - 1 - I 1 , , , , , , - . .