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, . " - - ' - . ' , . , , . . . , , , ill- esaay-, juiy 19,,192, . - .. . , , - . .: r :. . .., . . : , Tau:- ,BlubtlEpunT Timiste.:,.7 ,......,,-:. ,. -: . .7- -, .,. ,r.. .-- ., ,, .. J,.. , . - . ,-,,- - . . - - - --'; ,, H- - - Pake Five ,. 1 . : , ...., .,,o --- , , , . - J . , , , . , . I , . . - , . . n 0: , I ' - ' ' AN:AFGHAN PRINCESS IN AMERICA.:r- ': -1,- I PRICE OF CRUDE-OIL- - ,' -IOEER---YOUR -,-,MONEY -- 1. - - EMIGRANTS - - , . -,,,: ,.:, -- oc ' e egatua --;.;.v.....,,,,,..,.......,,,,,,,:....,,,,,.,..,,:..,;:.:,.,:,.:,, ----,7,,,.--1:-.- - , nnn - , ,- -,. - : tira-T-,--- yp4g:Rigg.g:4.5::!i!1,-E'!::"!..,:t::6;n7..,:iiii,,-.y.0:1-r,,-.!.in,r3:15IS:21;01 - I - unuPS TO-1913 LEVEL -:- - - - .-- - ' WORKING - FOR YOU - - -- HOPE TO REACH ,- -::.:- -, -, ,-,-: i. At rnn fa no n pa , ,..; ;,...:.i.::,,,,,,:t7:.,.:::740.,,z.,;,.!..:A.:.,-,:::.:.k,-,D.,sy.m.ir,,J.:.:,,,:iggÿ.,.4,.,,,.:,,v:-..w.:,.::-,,,,k,:x.,:kA,.A:a:ftm,,,tv, ; -- , a - 'rusaay-, July 19, 1921 toed Delegates At Conference In Northfield Picturesque Vesper Service,1 Hikes, Picnics and Bon Bre; Social Featm-es at Gather-1 ing. : rIL- 1LJ 1111 I 1E I I El hN- : 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - I El 1 I - I me I- - -.-- - I TUIV 1 - : -. .: - , ,-- , - In. Northfieldl - 1 if the old saying that an Idle brats streets, all of Irimm might hare bed grows of Russian-Americans who s - '13;,,4,,,. a I urry , I Is the devil's workshoir is true, then I money that mild have been taken be- i7ere deported or volunteered to go - ' . 4--lubtu-ebtlue v esper oervice, it may also be true ihat Idle Money fore -the police assistance came to Ir4fr2.Aratriat Scrylet-. Itass-ria!, are Hikil Pi erring n.nti rITIfira ! 21 I emt,..., nt TIv1 I c IS the devil's tempter. Certainly idle I them. 1 uvrt.is , -Lae J.-au-v.122;n , 1," ,-,---,., up.," .1-PI.L.r.LEIS U.,. Of coarse, many of the victims of rob- sli"7-1- "um Ime nula " Lne ' : Social Features at Gather-I 1 NI- 1 1 last month prices of etrole all Its products fell ravidiv p um cmey, will-at more often than not 1 and 4 "burns a hole in one's pocket,".13 not hers had their cash restored through llevi very frequently, these days, a with thn hnnn nf pnffinsw, hnnic tn . r,., . . - , 1 ' ,, ...,'!:7 t:':--!-': ....a -:,::::::,,,R,s,,,,,,,.::,k,:::::::,,,:,::::::.,s1-'1; , The refinery'price oi gelotine, ac- of any particular benefit t,o the ovrner. the efficient work of the ponce--b-nt the United States. , ' - ing. - , cording to the Petroleum Magazine ..t ","1:::.. 7,: ::'::'::: ',' '.'4,A :!:::::: . :5 It la the wise Man or'woman who seta many others did nee because the rob- These emigrants, according to - . of this city, is so low notwi,thstand- his money at work for -his benefit- bers escaped or. spent the money be 1 American ecortsular officials, who ,,..;.,,,--i.',.;,::1;,-,A:4;,,....-.:. ..,,,,:,.,:,, A : ing the low prices. of crude as to hear their stories and have to ten - . Picturesque scenery along with an - .,,",-s,-. ,,,--......-.,,--- -,,,.",,e. ":::"..:. ,- - ,: Study the habits of most -of your fore they were arrested . unusual program are two of the at- t; ',",,,..,-,,,,,,"$,..:,,,,"..,,,,,to,,a1,'-:- - ' )" i cause great loss to all refiners. sire- , friends who have become wen-to-do Money Lost Through Hoarding them there is not much chance tor ' - tractive features at the Northfield eon- t r ,, ' i ' ' . .' . ', ; '',F :1 -:'' . a .." ,:-:' ilarly as -to iutbricating olls--prices them to get back, are greatly disa'p- , ' ference in Northfield. Mass.. which tk ,,,,',',."0" ':,,,,k,-,,,-- 4.:.;,,, 11::-,,,,-; ,,v, ' r , are down to 1913 levels. and even wealthy by the work of their Here are some examples N of Idle .-roki",,,-; & ,-it. " ' - 4,, &, :.!,,, I Da. the last few weeks the drop In 43ra brains and hands end you will be money falling into the hands of per- e pointed -with what they found in the Promised 1,-1.nd." gathers such a large representation k ' ", .:"....,1-,-.'""',,, ,':'!::.7';:.', . , ',.:,:?, A.N. ",- ',." -.:!:'4 - ' 1.7,,,, .r...! . . the Lank wagon prices in the Stand- . - They tell of starvation and long , - . from the various churches in this city '"1", ': ?,:,-'4d.. ' , ' ':-,,,;:r - ,q-e"-, ,' surprised to discover how few of them Sens who had no claim' to it: . . "... ,,,,'''''Atf . arci Oil of Indiana territory has had . carry more than a few dollars in their Jan- 16----Josenh. Peters of 116 rides in trains so Tracked with pee- 1. , ' each year. V'' '" . - 4 'i',i:', ' :-",. - 1:A :-.,.':t.. :, --,,,"'," 4,i':. , ate, 4, . ',i; no noticeable effect on the market 1 pockets as "spengling money." They Chandler street reported to the police ple that there is scarcely room to , : The conference which is an annual 4 ,.t: - , ,- ,, ,T4.,,,'' 5- , , 1 .,-. . t trrsr.:,,,,, ,-?i ;', - 1,', i,:-. because ef the fact that the whole have found out that it is best to that two men appeared befOre hire in breath. affair- opened early in July and will - -1 ?;;::: ,.se,'"'r...:,,,",:;,:. '. ; '-?''. Fl--' '," -5142" ,,-, .,-.....,, , ,, , sale price in gasoline anticipated the keep their cash emPloYed, turning his room and. pointing a revolver at continue for the remainder of this it '-r, ',,,,,--,-:"...-0,,,',--x. (,,,,,,',-,: -.-:,- '3,i!,,,i,i0i-- -,3K: - Besides those who have succeeded . in getting to Latvia, there are many 1 ... - drop. Just how long low prices of month- It is inter-denominational 1 -'::- ' ,---:,,,,,,--,...,7, , f.- -,,,,:,,,, ,,,,,.., gasoline are to stay is dependent on over and over artd accumulating In- him. took $690 which . he had con :. t',:. - others who bave written friends in , - and draws representatives from every it V.,:,' . - g'1.,-1,',.-.'A ,'":",..?",-5'-":. rz" :.,- r's"''"'s--,,,,;",ik,,,,.',,,,A t, the recovery of the export market. terest or dividends foe their benefit cooled in ins bed. They made their - Raga . asking for money from Amer-, ,r s .. This is the way they have forged escape- - - state in New England. The domestic market is gradually ica -Camping in tents is enjoyed by the 1,.,,,,' '''':. ':.:,,f.,. -, ' :7,!7':i '-':.:i::::: ',- :- ,,,,.::4,'::::.:.'ej,44os,.,:.:'..1ft; 0::: increasing- In consumption to a nor- ahead- -- ... Michael Livideenski of .29 Kirkland The Moscow correspondent of the - . ,,, younger -people while the older con- . : ",:s::., .,,..' ' - ,, -,; : '' .::'", .--,,:'.gt ,,,- - -',, --.,q, - Mal point insofar as gasoline is con- Carnegie Carried Little ufsh t, street ..was, on Feb. 9, relieved of Riga Rundschau writes as follows , ' '''''''''s' ,,,,,,,, ., . f , : ,.'7.3.' :., : ;;:::i'V...t.:1 , ,eingent sleep in dormitories on the :..--, is::,:,:,:,-. ,niö , k ' ,, , ..,,..' '' cerned. For products such as kero- , Few men were thrif6er and lew ac- strangers who played- the T about the Riteelaft-Americans inside 1, - -- . ,1, , ,,,, grounds. Each camp selects its own ' F,:::.:,',:! :,,:,i,,., ' ..--' ,d,',4AM:. -- . , ,::i, ,,,3,4.- x e sene. engine oils and fuel one the de- notorious "handkerchief , game" on the country: $2000 by .--. - , . , t,.... Cumulated money as did the late An name, song and cheer call- I O's 4.,t,;;;,-1,--1,:,'tsr ,. :::kffit!..! ': ,,L-Yk,;t:,.,"7",: . ,,, mend is far below normal owing to drew Carnegie, Yet Mr. Carnegie rare- him' . . "The numbers of Russian Commix- .-- , , There ere Bible classes daily, In- t l'3",:,,-' ::,,",,'",:.'?,,:-r?'"..."' ' - ',''',::::::.,,,'- ' r 74,,i,-"' - ,!,,,.'",: .. ",,,,,, .--,, - - -4:" ':,,,,,:,:,,' ,' '- ,'---',.,;:- ,'(- 5,," xe've --ert.', " ',",,-, the few industries in operation. 1 1 .. Y Carried much money in his pockets. - .4. dentist and his patient: Who waS sitting in a chair,' were held up by two nists expelled from America., who with wry faces are selking their last - I , teresting lectures, and addresses giv- .4... ,,.::,:::i. ,,f,,..s-,,...,.....,,,s. - ,:,.: - . -t., - -..,:,,,--,:...-"Liipt, s..,,,, .,,,.7-Istp, to (or ,., ', In Europe are many executives cot This led to 11. very amusing situation t'n by the returning misstonary from .k 'f,::,',, !.4.-:',T.,';":"''',..,t:: .::;,,,,,,':,,,-;,,..:::::,:,.;:;,.,,,A,-,A ' ,,i. ) t.,,',.;:,,,..ifi. , i 'i',,,,,,,N,,,,,.. -; 2 various large oil companies endeav- 1 on board ship one - day whert the mTen inontDsrtree .-4., "'""e e." markel places are Increasing every the foreign countries avho tell of their . ,!.":' I",,,'4'.'",,,'":$.; .--e---- -,,A,',::',,:".":.,:,,,:-,.:,..,.ftn!, ,s ci "r;e? .-:40,,,,,.,,.. trz, , e' oring to establish trade relations bY ' ,., , . ,.,.. -,,,,, .... - - devising credits. A. C. Bedford. of 1 5'Laird O' Skibo" was on his way to . t NoKastony. 24'attofee ---forme7 gdoaoyd. s and chattles on the moseow , losing ;a OT $4- and the patient about "T'he Soviet gavernment is doing 1 experiences and. accomplishments- '.-,'; rl- ,:i,,''' ,.,"', - ' - ''' - "' "" a ' ., ,,,i the Standard Oil of New Jersey, Van Scotland to spend the summer at his Vesper services are held on Round , tt" ;:,."--,,".iR .,- -' "- , ,, $40 ' . Its utmost to keep these people above Top Hill every evening at sunset :,. Z: ,,"'::':-,,,,t4-",z,1:',-k -' .,.."-- : . '' ''.- '' , -t,? ,, 4, - Dyke, ef the Atlantic Refining Com- Scotch castle. - where a magnificent panoramic view t t:''.,. ,,..,"Z ,-"z-e4.,,,-.'''''V,.:' ,,,-1-- - ' -- -.:., t-, J, v.; pany; Doheny, of the Mexican pc- At the request of some of the sailors Earle Goodrum:ore of .11 Hunter water by giving them even whole fac- . -,- of the surrounding country leaves an 3,:,... ,:,",.',:if4:,,,",,o,.:1-4;,-';',::;".,, ' l':'-' :0 W... ... ,:lr ,, , ,,,1 i troleum Com.party, and Minor Merl- Harry Lauder dressed in his natiTe Men who used a gun In holding hire ,,k.--,-Ati.',.. , .,,, ".-44,te,e,-- ',.1. . wether, of the Wide Mexico Corn- street lost from $50 to see to two Caries to run and to manage. But as . inspiring picture. 1 1-, te,-,",::'.g,1"-'4,"s4,:r: ' , -. .- - , .,e:ke2,k4.,2;,,,e 4-,i5e-e.:,-,.,--,:-,-s ..e.,24.e?,,,,i,,,,,e, ife.stg" , I: pany, are among the large operators costumekilts and tartangave- a up on New England avenue, Dec- 18- these factories are very much run ' Hikes, and automobile picnics are g: Ce,:, - '..-:".M.: j'!,,. . 4 0 , -- .5 ' '.i?'..(i2 ,:li,:,,s, 3?3,,:i';::', ., '?..n.,;SW::',:'' ', .':. concert before the passengers.. In dcrwm even American spirit and en ergy is not. sufficiently strong to set ' in Europe. among other events planned during ''.:- 44--4,-,40t,i1si:1!to...e.,:tr ,.::.:,- ' ., ,,,As,,,, yd,,vi,,,Z,:,::::.:.:-:-:,,.-:,,......,,',',-:- - .2,.&i:&,ge",..- , ' was a guest at 44 Hilleide are There has been a noticeable de- keeping with his promise to the sailors, whMoiss Inlea Cahill ht PravIdeacet them in operation the tour hour of recreation in the af- ,f k, A::,,,,,,::,:,-: ,-' F-,e01-. ,,,,,,:,,,,:::..,:f ,-..:::.,,.,:::,:,,,:.:.,:.,:::.,:,,,:,,,:,:::::,..:::.:,,,,,.,-.:,:-,:,".,,,,,,,,,,:t ,,,, tt,::..... :-. -,,,,,,,e,,.,,,::::,,,:.E,:,:,:.:::.7ni,:.::::A--4, .sex:,--,,:,,,tk::.iss,,,,,,,:::..:,..:es,,-J.:::,,,,::,,ssis,,-,,,,,,::::.::,s;,s,,:,-, .- . crease in the production of crude in at the close of the concert he passed - "A little better off are those of nue. burY, was held trp and robbed the immigrants who have managed ternoons. '',.; iii,g ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... f this country and Mexico. The price his "tam" to collect money for the A historical pageant is given the ! :.Li;?,'P',,,,.",AS::,.a.,,,it,',Q,.i'-:::':fi::;t1'.-i.ii.,A,ZMiaiikag;t:014,ta':.:M,,:',Qff4:M24. ..,.: - of Mexican crude has been ra 'ell be eat r th "s il s' Pi Y , n 0 e a or orphan rund,.., of $8 In cash, a $500 diamond ring to take with them from America, . last of each week of the conference , :""..::eati,,-kh,"-tete,ilket,,,,Veree4.-4.,,,kka-ki,,,,zeto,keves,,,,t,,,,,A..,k,,,,,,,,,,,,,t.,,e..,,t,,,,4,A',,,e,,,,,,,,..i,,,,,:s..,,,if declining to a point vrhich makes Its I As Mr. Lauder came no to Ale. Car- by , -- and a: $400 fur coat as she was enter- their tools or -goods produced . , in which all the campers participate. 1 . - - --- - - Pictureque scenery along with an unusual program are two of the at tractive features at the Northfield con ' ference in Northfield. Mass.. which gathers such a large representation from the various churches in this city each year. The conference which is an annual affair- opened early in July and will continue for the remainder of this mouth. It is inter-denominational - and draws representatives from every - state in New England. -Camping in tents is enjoyed by the younger -people while the older con ,tingent sleep in dormitories on the grounds. Each camp selects its own name, song and cheer call.- There are Bible cla-sses daily. in t , teresting lectures, and addresses giv en by the returning missionary from the foreign countries 'svho tell of their experiences and. accomplishments Vesper services are held on Round Top Hill every evening at sunset where a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding country leaves an inspiring picture. Hikes, and automobile picnics are among other events planned during the four hour of recreation in the af ternoons. A historical pageant is given the last of each week of the conference in which all the campers participate. Dancing around a huge camp fire and singing Indian war songs, with the camp songs. and cheers, ends a most delightful session at Northfield. Among dome,of the local delegates attending this week are: Miss Janet Blackford. Miss Evelyn Healy, and Miss Susan Andrews of the trniver talist church who have "Camp Mur raY," -Miss Elsa Rising of the West End Congregational church, and Miss Halsey, Olivet church.. 500 EMPLOYES TO FROLIC AT , PLEASURE BEACH An event whiéh has been keenly .anticipated by the Howland Dry Go-ds Co. employes takes place late i this afternoon, when at 5:30 o'clock lover 500 members of the Howland IMutual Benefit association will em :bark on a special boat for Pleasure IBeach, where they will enjoy the twentieth annual outing. Arriving at their destination, a swimming meet will be the first num ber on the program,i which will doubt less tend to create ,an enormous ap petite for the delicious shore dinner -which will be served in the Inn at 7:30 o'clock. During the course of the dinner, a program along the line of a cabaret, is to be furnished by talent from the store, mattO up of vo cal selections, dancing, instrumental numbers and recitations. After dinner combination tickets. taking in all the amusements on the Island will be passed out for the en joyment of the picnickers, who will frolic until a late hour marking clos ing time. - Edward Wentel Is acting as chair man of the arrangement committee. Eloping Wife Would Return to Preacher Beacon, N. -Y., July 19Mrs. Clark Durea, wife of the Monticello preacher. and her neighbor, Earl Veernooy. with whom she sloped, reached here yesterday afternoon in their search for Mr. Durea. They -were surprised to learn he had left Groversville Park, where he has been conducting camp meetings. In answer to questions when brought before Judge Hoyt of the Municipal court by camp leaders who thought they ought to be held under the Mann act. they said they wanted to ask &urea's forgiveness. Judge Hoyt Said he had no Jurisdiction in the case. Mrs. Durea bad blamed her hus band's habit of praying for hours for the elopement- 'Yesterday she said she was willing to return to him, and according to reports from Monticello. where he was located last night, be was ready to take her back COFFEE PARTY AT ST. JOSEPH'S TOMORROW A delightful coffee party and so cial will be held tomorrow afternoon, Wednesday. July 20th, at 2 o'clock on the school ground of St. Joseph's school on Madison avenue, by the ladies of St. Joseph's parish. The I twit will be attractively de.c.. rated and an informal program will be g:ven. The coffee parties are frequent events during the summer months. The women in charge of the ttf fair are: Mrs.. P. Cunningham, Mrs. M. Gottschalk. Mrs. C. Cadwick. Mrs. Rupert, Mrs. J. Saur, Mrs. P. Berger. Mrs. McCarthen, Mrs. Couster, Mrs. Metzger and Mrs. Taylor. Killed Old Man In Pr.actical joke Lille. July 19A party of young .rnen returning from target practice nt the rifle ranges of Oost-Capelle in Belgium met an old farmhand from a nearby dairy and decided-to have a little fun with him. They installed a mock court martial in a field still riddled with shell holes and sentenced the old man to death for his failure of have a litre of wine in his possession. Tyin:, him to the post in the fence one of' the youths commanded fire. The old man fell mortally wounded with a bullet through the head. One of the practical jokers had forgot ten to remove the ball cartridges from his rifle. FOP.:51 SUBSIDIARY GROUP. Paris. July 19---The "Companions of Intelligence" an organization of prominent literary, scientific and public men and women, formed to further the interchange of art and learning' among nations, has formed a subsidiary branch called "Group for Action Abroad," to work actively along this line. It is a movement for the development of world-advanceDinners and lectures are given at which leaders in almost all branches of learning from abroad are brought into contact with those sharing their interests. An information bureau is maintained where men of learning, engineers or other specialists may be Put in touch with their fellow workers or aided in research. It is feared several volunteer res cuers were lost while saving the 320 Passengers from the steamer Rapids King, which went on the rocks in the rapids of the StLawrence River. Five rnasked bandits held opt the Orangevine Banking Co, at Tange rine, Ohio, and escaped-seith.-;,7,000. AN AFGHAN PRINCESS IN -AMERICA. , I liff--,orWAwA-:-.-,,,o,i,,,i-4.067.!;,r!!!:!,5i:::,,,::::::,.-1.7:::::.:,:::,,,,,,,::::,,,,.:,..z.,.. kat t"'''""TA,.'t..";42g;;:::::i4:i.-57E:44.,',::',t'rg-::,'MYg::...':"--;M:1;.;"..41.::Mt.i'a!;i:...'".',;.: ,.::: ":i ;:j ilq':-.!..f:YE'.'.,:,;...er'11C:.::::q:::.-:::-Ai:-:::0::::::::s!..id:i:'.',Ui':::;;6.'::',.::;':?:;kj:g'i.,'-::::.-'1::::,:i'..i:.;;; 'a?,'W-W',:.:AS:j-a4M-::Zi-'-';f0i...L4.-ZZ.V..,,i0,5i&:;04.--2.:WIW:'gaMa'.iigag,t;:g.i'1'il Photo hr Underwood & Underwood. On her way to England to place her three sons in school, the Princess Fatima Sultana, member of the royal family of Afghan istan, stopped for a short stay in this countzry. The Princess's bizarre jewels (she frequently wears a large nose pendant) and the native headgear of the young princes attracted considerable atten tion in the shops and in the lobby of their hotel in New York city. Personal Col. and Mrs. Elmer H. Havens of Clinton avenue have returned from their farm in Southbury, Conn., where they have been sojourning for a brief stay. Among the local delegates attend ing the National Federation of Busi ness and Professional Women at the 'convention in Cleveland, Ohio, are: Miss Gratia Rice, national treasurer, who is judge of the Juvenile Court here; Miss Kathryn L Hewitt, of tee Bridgeport Protective association; Miss Rose E. House, and Mrs. Emma Renches who has been sent as the state delegate. Miss Sadie Wilson of Princeton street has been enjoying a-two weeks vacation stopping at points of inter est in Connecticut. --- Miss Dorothy Hull of 1303 Iranistan avenue is entertaining Miss Anne Bronough, a well known Stock play er, at the summer cottage of her par ents in Silver Sands. Mrs. Nellie Williams of Howard avenue has issued invitations for the Women's Auxiliary of the YD to at tend an all day picnic at her Cottage on Pleasure Beach tomorrow. An interesting day's program has been arranged by the hostess. Mrs. J. J. Scully of Linwood ave nue is entertaining Dr. and Mrs. Wal ter J. Kiernan of Newtown as their house guest at Fairfield Beach. -Mrs. M. J. Flanagan of Beechwood avenue- has left for a several weeks' sojourn in Maryland where she Will be extensively entertained by friends. Edward Ferrer of 61 Rows ley street left yesterday for a. two weeks' motor trip to Boston, Mass. Miss Mary Flinter of Sanford ave nue is spending a week visiting friends in Winsted, Conn. Miss Florence Murray of Tranistan avenue, who has been visiting rel atives for the past fortnight in Spring field. Mass., has returned to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller Paxton 3rd, of Fairfield avenue left yester day for Shelter Harbor, Rhode Island, where they will be entertained as the I house guests of Mrs. Belle Ten Eyck, for several days Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stone and famnly of Stratford have moved into a newly purchased home in Stratfield. - General and Mrs. Henr3r A. Bishop and daughter, Miss Henrietta, and son, Henry, Jr. of Washington ave nue. left recentfy for Carr Fond, Car tage, Blaine, where they will spend the remainder of the season at their summer camp. They are entertain ing several out-of-town guests at a house party there-- Mrs. Jennie Bird of West avenue left yesterday to spend a month in Sharon. Conn.,. with relatives, Iriss Barbara. Lattin of Southport. who is Dr. William Horace Day's sec retary at the 'United Cong-regational church. has returned from a fort night's vacat!on spent touring to vari bus points of interest. ---- Miss Marion LeNNis of Park ave nue is enjoying several days sojourn as the house guest of friends in Bos ton. Mass. Several intimate friends of Mrs. Henry Gronberg. who was formerly Miss Isabel Evers of North avenue. tendered her a grocery shower at her cottage at Fairfield beach re cently. Mr. and Mrs- Gronberg ar rived home from their honeymoon trip this week and it was at this time Mrs, Gronberg was completely surprised with the welcome her friends gave her. Mrs. George Sherman Windsor of Maplewood avenue will open her home for the meeting of the Little Sisters on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Mills will entertain the members of the O. E. S. sewing circle at her cottage at Silver Sands on Thursday at an all day picnic. Mem bers are requested to meet at Read's corner in time to catch the 10 o'clock trolley. - Miss Caroline Graves who is spend ing the summer with her grand mother, Mrs. Zalmon Goodsell of North avenue is visiting with class mates from Smith College at their homes in Waterbury, for the remain der of this week. The members of the .Industrial Service center on Barnum avenue will have a s-wimming party on Thursday evening at Pleasure beach. Miss Dorothy Moore of Forest court is spending' a. week's vacation at Fkirfield beach. - President Harding will probably Moore of Forest spend a week in Massachusetts dur a week's vacation lug August to pazticipate in the Pil - grim celebr.takesat-tlyzasuth. Mention Mrs. James Cross of Olive street apd Mrs. Rose Donahue and daugh ter, Miss Monica, of Atlantic street, are spending two 'weeks at Dalton, Mass- - A reg-alar meeting of Mlle Stowe chapter, Women of the World War, will be held Wednesday" elrening, July 20th. at 8 o'clock, in the O. U. A. M. hall. 181 State street Mrs. Martin draw and daughter Marie of -Liberty street will leave on Saturday for Portland, Maine, where they will visit friends. Mrs. Craw will return in a few weeks while her daughter will remain there for the rest of the summer season. Miss Helen Cushman of 90S Bast Broad street, Stratford. and six other members of the teaching staff at Summerfield school are spending the Bummer at Wentworth hall and cot tage at Jackson, New Hampshire. Miss Nora A. Allen of 868 Main street will leave this week for a two weeks' vacation at Niagara. rails. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Irriano of Maiden lane are entertaining for a few days Mrs. Uriano's sisters and a few friends from Waterbury. Mrs. Charles Harding of Jane street and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gran niss and son Leon. Jr.. of Walling ford. have returned to their homes after a motor trip to Washington, D. C. During the journey to Wash ington stops were made at Jersey Citi and Pittsburgh. - Miss Cathertne McClure of Madi son avenue has returned after a visit with relatives in Newtown. - John J. Ellsworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ellsworth of 686 Myrtle Etvenue, has réturcied to his home at ter spending four years in the Navy, aboard the IT. S. S. Arka.nsas. Miss Anna McClure of. Madison avenue 'has as her guest for a few days Miss Prances Costello crf Nor walk. During the past two weeks the girls have been visiting Miss Mc Clure's aunt, Mrs. J. COTITIOrS at -Myrtle beach. Mrs. David Day of Clinton avenue will be hostess at a meeting of the Thursday luncheon club this week- - I The members of the Miagmogue Yacht club will hold a moonlight sail this evening to the Stratford light. About 18 boats are expected to be in the parade. On their return the members and their guests will enjoy a steak supper at thee lub house. Bank Syndicate Accepts Loan to Finance Raih-vay Tokio, July 19In nccordance with an understanding made with the Japanese government the 3apanese bank syndicate has decided. says the Kokimin Shimbun. to accept a proposal made by tho representa tives of the Chinese Eastern Railway for a loap to finance the railway. The amount is '20 million yen. The greater part of the initial advance will be used to pay wages of the rail way employees. the remainder for purchase of rolling stock from Japan. A rendition of the loan agreement is that fre:eht rates between Thane:- chun and Ilarbin be lowered t-, faci-iitate freight transportation with the South Manchurian railway. which is owned by the Japal.7ese. adds the Ko Minim Maps All In on Australia's Place Sydney, N. S. W., July 19Aus tralia's exact position on world maps, originally. determined by Captain James Cook, the early explorer, was brought into question recently when wireless authorities, after direct checking by radio with standard time clocks at Lyons, France, said they be lieved there is an error of perhaps 100 yards on all maps in Australia's north-south lines. Seafarers who first sketched Aus tralia's position based their calcula tions on the chronometer, the finely made watch -which keeps Greenwich time. Correction were matle from time to time, until final checking by cable was believed to be accurate. Lately, however, Sydney wirejess men who have been listening to the clock ticks at Lyons say they have discovered there is a. perceptible loss of time in transmitting the correct seconds oVer the cable- This loss, it is said, led to errors in map-making. on is said, led to errors in map-making. . - - - :b. New York State Department of the , . President Harding will probably American Legion will ask Governor 1 tri e , , . ?-st spend a week in massachusetts dur- Miller if charges are true that New , e fir iltre,,,, on ing Aug-ust to participate in the Pil- York State is profiteering in the ogre ,, , . , , . grim celebration; ,at,....gyzeouth. . . trkWBRibGEPOIrr TIMZZe PRICE OF CRUDE OIL 1 DROPS TO 1913 LEVEL I Mexican . Tax - and Falling I Off of Export Trade Sends Prices Down in. a , Hurry. Chicaigo, Ill. July 19During the last month prices of petroleum and all its products fell rapidly. The refinerY'Price of gasoline, ac cording to the Petroleum Magazine Iof this city, is so low notwi.thstand ing the low prices., of crude as .to cause great loss to all refiners. sim ilarly as -to iubricating oilsprices are down to 1913 levels. 1 In. the last few weeks the drop in the tank wagon prices in the Stand ard Oil of Indiana territory has had no noticeable effect on the market because of'the fact that the whole sale price in gasoline anticipated the drop. Just how lpng low prices of gasoline are to stay is dependent on the recovery of the ex-port market. The domestic market is graduallY increasing in consumption to a nor mal point insofar as gasoline is con cerned. For products such as kero-, sene. engine oils and fuel He the de mand is far below normal Wing to the few Industries in operation. ..I In Europe are many executives or. various larg-e oil companies endeav- I oring to establish trade relations by I devising credits. A. C. Bedford, of 1 the Standard Oil of New Jersey, Van Dyke, of the Atlantic Refining Com pany; Doheny, of the Mexican Pe troleum Company, and Minor Merl wetber, of the Midco Mexioo Com pany, are amiong the large operators in Europe. There has been a noticeable de crease in the production of crude in this country and MeXICO. The price of Mexican crude has been rapidly declining to a point vrhich makes its production unprofitable and places the Mexican producer in a position smilax to that of the United States producer. - The new Mexican export tax will curtail production until negotiations with the Mexican Government result in compromise. The rumor of encroachment of salt water in the production areas of Mexico is denied by most of the large producers, who advise that it is only a few of the small oil pools that are affected. New pools are showing as great a potential produc tivity as the old fields. Violent reductions recently noted in this industry aprparently presage 1 stabilization of the prices of petro leum products, oonsidering -the con stantly increasing number -of refin eries that are closing as well as the fact that little new drillirtg is under taken and production in general is curtailed. We believe that the petroleum in dustry should be among.the first to recover and that signs of this should be seen not later than early Fall. REFUTE CHARGES OF TRUST ABUSES IN ARGENTINA Buenos Aires, July 10.--Plgures al leged to show excessive pronts and "abuses of the Prigorifico trust by large British and American packing concerns operating in Argentina,' which Minister of Agriculture Dem archl is reperted to have shovrit the packing representatives at an agricul tural conference yesterday, are refut ed by the American representatives who claim their companies are malt ing only 10 per cent profit on capital invested and not 93 per cent. as claimed by the Agrarian League and other agricultural interests. The conference, called in COrinee tion with a crisis which the fall of meat prices has brought about in the Argentine livestock idustry, did not make public the conelusions reached, but it is understood that the packers were requested to co-operate In meas ures seeking to aid livestock raisers. and that the Agrarian League an nounced it would actively support a bill recently introduced in Congress which would prevent packers from paying less than a fixed MiniM11131 Priee for livestock. I nthis connection the American representatives declared that the price paid for catte was governed solely by foreign demands for meat, over which they had no control- It also was pointe dout that declining prices for meat In England, which constitutes Argentina's princopal export market, was the chief cause of the present crisis, and that operations of Amer ican packing Interests were not re sponsible for the slump in prices. SENATE TO ACT ON NORRIS BILL By r BART CAMP1Rirr.L. Washington, July 19.---"Old John Barleycorn" having unexpectedly up set the renewed effGats of Senate lead ers for a summer adjournment, the Seante proceeded today vvith the con sideration of the Norris bill, to create a, $100,04),1)00 federal corpora,tion to finance agricultural exports. A suddenly formed coalition be tween the senatorial "Agricultural Bloc" supporting the Norris bill and senators opposing thg, "Anti-Beer Bill" was largely responsible for the legislative situation being turned topsy-turvy. By voting with the agrictitural sen ators to make the Norris bill the "un finished buw:-.4-e3s" and thereby side tracking, indefinitely the "Anti-Beer Bill," the "wet" senators dimmed the revived hope for an adjournment "Dry" senators couitered by serving notice that theY would not agree to an adjournment until the "Anti-Beer Bill" is acted upon finally. The "wet" senators decided that even the so-called farrners'- legisla tion was preferable , to the "drY" measure, and by helping to give the Norris bill precedence, they bolstered up the opposition of the "Agricultural Bloc" to an adiournMent. There is every prospect 110W of the Senate re maining in session during the rest of the summer. When opposition to the Norris bill by Secretar3r Hoover and otherad ministration officials renders its ulti mate fate uncertain President Hard ing has made it known to Senate lead ers that he does not approve of the measure which the administration re gards ELS in conflict with its policy pf "less government in business." -""s The Norris bill provides for a. fed eral corporation whose duty it would be: (1) to purchase farm products in this country and gel them abroad; (2) to act as agent for any person or or-. ganizaties dealing in farm produce in this countri; and (3) to make ad vances to such Persons or organiza tions for th-e-purpose of assisting in financing the expert of farm products, to foreign markets. A lone bandit held up ErSeSt Brovrn, cashier of the People's Com mercial arid Savings Bank, in the resi dential section of Washington, and escaped in an adtornobile With $1,000 in cash New York State Department et the American Legion Will ask Gover"r Miller if charges are true that New York State is profiteering in the ogre of yrownded ex-service-men. , KEEP ,YOUR MONEY WORKING FOR Idle Dollars "Burn a Hole - the Devil's Coo old oaring that "an Idle brain Is the devil's workshop" Is true, then it may also be true that idle money Is the devil's tempter. Certainly lone money, whiai more often than not "bums a hole in one's pocket,"13 not of any particular benefit to the ovrner. t is the wise man or woman -who sets. his money at work for - his benefit Study the habits of most of your friends who have become wen-to-do and even wealthy by the work of their own brains and hands end you will be surprised to discover how few of them carry more than a few dollars in their pockets as "spensling money." They have found out that it is best to keep their cash employed, turning over and over and accumulating In terest or dividends for their benefit This is the way they have forged ahead. Carnegie Carried Little uf eh Pew men were thrifúer and 'few ac cumulated money as did the late An drew Carnegie, yet Mr. Carnegie rare ly carried much money in his pockets. This led to a very amusing situation on board ship one day when the "Laird 0' Skibo" was on his way to Scotland to spend the summer at his Scotch castle. - At the request of scrme of the senors Harry Lander dressed in his native costumekilts and tartangave- a concert before the passengers. 1n keeping with his promise to the sailors, at the close of the concert he passed his "tam" to collect money for the benefit of tbe "Sailors' Orphan Pund.' As Mr. Lauder came up to Mr. Car negie the multi-millionalis felt first in one pocket then in. another, but cou. het find a dollar. Knowing Lan der well. he leaned over and whis-pered: "Harry, put five dollars in the plate; for me." Mr. Lauder smiled and seeing a fine chance to have a joke he said in a lond voice: "rm verra, verra sorry, Mr. Carnegie, canna do any thing for ye, ma breeks are in the cabin." Mr. Carnegie joined in. the laughter that followed, as he always appreciated a good joke, even when it was "on him." Nevertheless he did not take to carrying any more money in his pockets; he kept it at work when he was not actually using it Idle Money Tempts Thieves Eighty-four holdups and robberies involving the less of money hi SUMS ranging from a few .dollars to a few thousand dollars were reported to the police of Boston frora Aug. 7. 1920, to Mar. 23, 1921, and were verified, 'while I a nmnber of other reports were traced and found to have been false. This shows one of the dangers of trytag to carry idle trioneY on the Person orl leave it b2 the house or shop where it is in danger from thieves aml hold up men. Then, also, there is the risk of fire destroying it. In the sarae period 165 inittred Per sons were cared for by the police. there were about 25 violent deaths and CS persons were stricken ill on the city MacMillan Arctic expedition sailed 1 from Boothbay, Me., on way to the North Pole. Acoordirtg tit! reports received In Paris, General Lerond, of France, was killed in Upper Silesia. , -, ,ts-tr,.--:-. .7c imiull,i, e, s , , o I, tql, . . it 0 - - x , - 'i . , , , , , , '1, l' : -: l'A i it ð, i ! . ! 1:, I ,64!,9 - .,, t - Baronette Satin( Exauisite Shades Of lovely quality, with slit pockets having held in place by three tiny pearl buttons. Waist to 30 inches. No Skiits of White Gabardine and irrIps$1.95 S2.95 Large sizes, up to 36 -waist measure. $1.95 Skirts, made good and full with separate belts and patch pockets trimmed with large pearl buttons. $2.95 Skirts, 'nice smooth quality with slit pockets, and these are trimmed with small pearl buttons. , 4 . - , YOU In Your Pocket" and Tempt Hold - Up - Men streets, ell of whom might have had money that could have been taken be fore the police assistance came to them. - Of coarse, marry of the victitcrs of rob bers had their cash restored through the efficient work of the policebut many others did not because the lob hers escaped or spent the money be fore they were arrested. Money Lost Through Hoarding Here are some examples or idle money falling into the hands of per son. who had no claim' to it: Jan. 16Joserfit. Peters 'of 116 Chandler street reported to the police that two men appeared before him in his room and. pointing a revolver at him. took 2690 which he had con ccaled in his hed. They made their escape. - Michael Lividzenski of 29 Parkland street .-was, on Feb. 9, relieved of $2000 by strangers who played- the notorious "handkerchief , gamer" on him. - .e. dentist and his patient: who was sitting in a chair; were held up by two men in Dr. Louis Kaston's face, 276 Tremont street, Nov. 24. the former losing ;a or $4 and the patient about $40 ' Earle Goodnough of .11 Hunter street lost from 650 to $75 to two men who used a gun in holding him up on New England avenue, Dec. 18. Miss Ellett Cahill of ProVidence, who was a guest at 44 Hillside ave nue, Roxbury, vras held trp and robbed of 68 in cash, a 6500 diamond ring and a $400 fur coat as she was enter ing the door on Mar. 23.- Fourflushing With Money Foolish These are only typical instances that go to shcrw the dangers of car rying cash or valuables on one's per son, especially at night, when thil money might as well be in a bank er otherwise safely invested and earn notorious "handkerchief game" cm ing interest. "Four flushing" with a roll of bilis may be a favorite diversion of a cer tain type bf personbut it's Mrely to prove a costly one through loss of the dienlaY end, arrYway, it costs some thing if one figures what it might be earning. Not only this, from. a selfish wiewpotnt but it should be borne in mind that money safely invested helps onescommunity, State and nation and keeps more peopie employed at better wages. Think of these things when you have some idle dollars and invest them In the "safest security on earth"--tinited States Treasury sa-vings securities. There are the Thrift Stamps for a quarter and the Treasury Savings StamPalornmitich pay no intereattmt affordan easy methodet gettingtogeth er enough to buY War Savings StamPe and Treasury Savings CertiOce0. which do pay Interest "and which are aa safe as anything on earth can be lt it's worth while to be safe, it's vrorth -while to pick the safest of all Uncle Sam---fo care for your cash. Professor S. H. Leslie. addressing the convention of the American In stitute of Chemica Engineers at Ann Arbor, declared that the United States supply of crude oil will last oril3r 13 years if the future rate of production is equal to that of 1920. Store closes daily at 5:00 Saturdays 6:00 86.95 I" ea ot -41 rti e ...------1----It -: ...lam ' 0-6. ,, - - !I i. i .4, li I' ,., I . --k . 1 1 . - i : - , , I I!, 0. - :1 - , Ur. ' - - ,, 1 41k .,zi -..v , , ''.- '.. 1. All, t; e - , white skirts in this assortm-ent. ...."' Pare Five EMIGRANTS - HOPE TO REACH - THIS COUNTRY! Riga, Latvia, July 19 Litrt groups of Russian-Americans who were deported or volunteered te go - from America to Scrviet Rtissia. are trickling back across the Latvian frontier from the land of the Bol- ' sheviki very frequently, these days, all with the hope of getting- back to the United States. , 'These emigrants, according to American "consular officials, who hear their stories and have to tell them there is not much chance tor them to get back, are greatly disap pointed -with what they found in the "Promised Land." 'They tell of starvation and long rides in trains so packed with peo- t ple that there is scarcely room to breath. - Besides those who have succeeded in getting to Latvia, there a.re many others who have written friends in Riga, asking for money from Amer- r The Moscow corresperndent of the Riga Rundschau vvrites as follcrsve.L about the Ritsiaft-Arnericans inside T the country: "The numbers of Russian Commu nists expelled from America, who with -wry faces are selking their last goods and chattles on the Moscow market places are increasing every day. "The Soviet government is doing Its utmost to keerp these people above water try giving them even whole fac- tories to run and to manage. But as these factories are very much run dcrwn. even American spirit and en ergy is not-sufficiently strong to set them in operation "A little better off Etre those of the immigrants who have managed to take with them from America their tools or -goods produced by their trade. Such people are doing ' a ibig business and can afford to 11-ve ;well. Thus, one party of em igrants has succeeded in installing a email sewing factory containing about 300 sewing machines. - "Formerly the Soviet Government would have simply confiscated this lucrative enterprise but at present the-government Is a little wary, the more so as in this ease the-y have, to - do with emigrants whom they ,make a point of treating' with the great- ' est possible courtesy and considera0 ' tion. "Quite recently there arrived a party of Americans -whose speciality is the construction , of small dwell- 1 ing houses. They are welcomed and.: '- aided by the Soviet government." Induce People To Take Chaulmoogrra 011 Treatmeritl Honolulu. H. July 19A Corps! of doctors is to be dispatched to the islands of the Hawaiian group by the board of health to induce persons I tainted with leprosy to enter Kalthi leprosy station here fol.' the success. ful chaulmoogra oil treatment. Movtrig pictures of life in the ral.-r) ibi station and at the old leper col ony of Kapaupapa on the Island of Melokai, showing tbe beneficial ef-, feet of the refined chaulmoogra - specific for leprosy, will be shown in., all the tOWYIS and vilges of Hawaii.. Senator Jones, of Virashington, an nounc ed Congress will be azked to all.- propriate $1'50,000,000 as an emer gency fund for the Shipping Board, within a. few days. iiillitgr -.77'..n.'75.-i1111JILI ..1 .. 111111::)-210 : IIIT-tri '',;111 . s V. 7 ' ) L'I'l 11: N : - 0, )2 i' 1 1 :. I . . 1 ". I 0( , W s , I ily . i T ' i' , , ,t. , 4 , ,f ' '- Lt -. , , ir , 1 - . 4 , 1 . 4 ,. 0 4 2 , ....) - Ilik )1, . . , Skirts t httle turned over cuffs measurements from 25 Look. Surf Satin Skirts At s3.95 Made with .slit pock'ets and tiny pearl button trimmings. A splendid summer skiri, of excep tionally fine quality for the price. 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