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BEAUTY' ADORNEDI:
ZSs'Z
, It is important,. of course, to know where the
money comes- from and where it goes, but the chief
thing is to kncrw just where you stand, to be sure
' of the aCtual cash that belongs to you.' -
Flgures bother a lot of people. Some of the
ablest business men in Bridgeport would make
mighty poor book-keepers.
Let us keep your books for you. That's part
of our business.
To begin with there is a Ng advantage ht
keeping your money in the safest place in the
world. You have a record of every penny you
take in, and you can enter in. your stub the source
it came from. Also you have a record of the
amount you pay out, to -whom it is paid, and why.
If you make a mistake the bank finds it out
and cori-ects it. Of course any one Ma may
make a mistake in or out of a bank, but in the
bank each entry is checked by three or four men.
The Mrst National does the accounting for
some of the bigzest concerns in Bridgeport. Your
account will re-ceive the same consideration, the
same careful consideration, the best bookkeeping
the science of accounting has evolved.
Will you come in and talk to us about it? The
officers are right out in the open.
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We have nothing-to sell bat service.
,We-dnesday, July 27, 192t
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When A Girl
Marries
By A.1 N LISLE. 1
(Continued
"Why. Phoebe Harrison, yott un
scrupulous little thing!" I replied'.
"'Course I am," returned Phoebe
unexpectedly. "All women axe where
their love is concerned- You can't
go back on us. Anne. YOATNIIIP got to
stand by ps and get us the little there's
possible for us. Virginia's stealing
our big happiness. And because Neal
feels your prejudice against an elope
ment, I can't do ft thing but sit and
wait. Now I want my holidayand
you're going to give it to me."
"Jim might get back." I objected
feebly.
"Virginia's going off somewhere.
I've got to get away."
"10u could come here. Phoebe."
"Oh. Annepleasel I want a hol
iday," raid Phoebe in a tremulouS
voice. "I want to get away---with
Neal- Won't you? Won't you, please.
let me have this little bit of happi
ness? I'll choke if I don't get out of
town! Won't you make it possible
for me to have this little bit of ha,pPiness---this
hale bit?"
"All right." I replied uneasily. -r
go."
CHAPTER CCCXXXI
For our week-end jaunt Neal se
lected a pretty little lake resort about
60 miles from the city. By now my
ankle was in good condition. so I
insisted on runming un in my car
packing bim and Phoebe in the rum
ble seat, while the baggage was dis
tributed between the running-board
and the place next to me.
Driving up the steady grade that
leads Into the hills and to the lake
of our destination occupied me
pretty much. But it didn't keep me
from worrying because the morn
ing hadn't brought the expected let
ter from Jim. Nor, on the other
band, did it keep me from realizing
that I'd have been a prig to insist
on stopping at home to watch each
delivery, with the longed-for letter
in view.
Phoebe's haPoY voice floated to
me from the rear. It was full of
laughs and ripples and trillethe
bird-like happiness of youth was in
it now, instead of the tense and ter
rifying woman's eagerness in which
she berated the fate arid the family
that denied her to Neal.
All through the happy day I re
joiced that I'd come -with the chil
dren. And yet there was an ugly
uneasiness in my mind which would
n Ot OWT1.
laISIE Two. ffeliGx
In the afternoon called up MY
apartment to see if there was any
mail. But the operator reported that
no clue answered; which might be put
down to poor service, and might
mean that Hedwig and Angy had
taken advantage of my absence to
take an afternoon off.
After a dip in the lake, Phoebe and
Neal had got back into walking tods
and gone for a stroll through the
pine woods. "When they hadn't re
turned by seven. I added my uneasi
nem; over this to the feel that another
trial over the toll wire didn't give my
apartment, and, tacking this to my
general disquietthe "hunch" I'd felt
about comingI worked myself into
a frightful state of nerves.
Seven-fifteen and still Phoebe's
room was empty. So, flinging a cape
about my evening finery, I went down
to the veranda to while away the tan
' talizing hours of waiting where there
would be coming and going to dis
tract my mind a bit.
Hardly had I settillel myself in a
big wicker chair when up to the porte
eochere drove a car, and out stepped
Daisy Condon. The car itself, evi
dently driven 13.7" its only other occu
pant and not piloted by a chauffeur.
then went over to the parking place.
Dalsy teetered about on the steps a
minute before she vanished Into the
inn.
(To be coKitinued.)
Efficient Housekeeping
By LAURA A. KIRKMAN.
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P11'.urliNG rP Two rlaNT-EAPFLE.
To Cart Pineapple by the Cold Pack
Method (requested by Mrs E. J.):
Hold the pineapple by the green top
and cut it into slices. lt is easier to
pare these slices than to pare the
whole pineapple. Remove the eyes.
Cut into cuhes of the desired size.
Put these cubes into a vrire basket or
into a piece of cheesecloth and lower
them into enough boiling weter to
cover; put the cover on the kettle and
let them "blanch" in this way (under
steadily boiling water) for 5 minutes.
Then remove at once and bold the
cheesecloth for a moment under cold
running water (never let it soak in
cold water.. as this impairs its delicate
, flavor).
Now place the cubes at once in hot,
sterilized jars, and pour over them a
medium-thin sirup made by adding 3
quarts of sugar to 2 quarts of wate-r
and letting it boil for 5 minutes. You
may use the water in which the pine
.apple was blanched, in making this
sirup. as it contains much of t'he pine
apple flavor. (The ittlanching water
of all other fruits except pineapple
cannot be used because it contains
obJectionable acids that. must be dis
carded: but we blanch the pineapple
primarily to soften the bard fibre. so
there is no reason why this water
cannot be used for sirup).
Afler pouring in the sirip to within
1-2 inch of the jer-top adjust the
rubber rings (which have been dipped
into hot water), put on s-terilized
glass tops, and "partialy seal": then
put your jars into your wash-boiler
canner (filled -with boiling, water
which will come -two inches over the
jar-tops) and sterilize (for 30 rnirnutes.
Remove from canner, completely
seal, and invert to test for leaks. Take
care that no draughts strike the hot
jars, or they' may crack. In filling
thern, let them stand on a cloth wrung
out of vtm-y hot water.
Cherry-Pineapple Ma-rmalade: (An
unusual and delicious preserve.) Stone
tiny kind of cheries, sweet or sour,
and to one pound of them. measuring
atter stoning, add 1-2. pound of finely
diced pineapple- It is best to chop
and dice these fru.its, separately, in a
wooden chopping bowl, as much juice
will be lost if you use a food chopper.
Place the finely chopped fruits to
gether tn the preserving kettle and
add 1 pound of granulated sugar.
Bring to boiling- point and let simmer
until thick, stirring constantly. (Use
- the "jelly tesr'--that is remove them
from fire whert two drops of the mar
malade juice will form at once on a
spoon when a little of It is held high
in ct,e air and dripped back into the
kettle.) Turn into hot, ste-rilized jelly
- glasses and cover them when cold
with melted parafflne.
Strawberry-Pineappe Conserve: 2
cups shredded pineapple, 2 cups straw
berries. gra,nulated sugar. Cook she
shredded pineapple in only Just enough
, waster to cover and when it is tender
add the strawberries to it: continue
to cook until the strawberries are
soft. Then measure the hot fruit and
-.add 3-4 as much sugar as fruit Re
turn to the preserving kettle and sim
mer until it falls in very heavir drops,
from a 8130071. Pour into hot, ster
ilized glasses mad cover when. cold
with paragline Mine Zar a guest ouP
This is Virginia Brovrn Faire as the Hindu heroine of "Without Benefit of Clergy"--"Ameera," attired and be
jeweiled for one of the joyous occasions of the picture, which was releassed recently.
Particular interest attaches to this well-known work of Rudyard Kipling, who refused for so long to have
anything to do with the cinema. The ''sets." costumes and everything necessary to make the picture successful
were submitted first to Mr. Kipling and his suggestions la every case bave beez3 acted upon.
"Without Benefit of Clergy" will be shown in Bridgeport as soon as released for Connecticut
Scattered Letters
-
Prizewinner! '
There were bales of answers to last
Saturday's Scattered Lettters Game.
Some came by mail, some were sent
in and others were brought in. The
first correct one, however, was signed
ANNA JUNGEIL,
1315 East Main street.
'rhe correct names contained In the
game were as follows:
MARY PICKFOIRD
CORINNE GRII'Vrriii.
OWEN MOORE
HARRY nouDrzta.
Anna's check will be sent to her to
night There'll be another Scattered Let
ters Game in next Saturday's Times
on the Amusement Page.
LOOK FOR ITI
ñ
Beauty Chats
Dy EDNA liF2N. POR,DES..
1
IS YOUR, SKIN FINE?
There are very few complexions that
can stand the test of close examina
tion in bright sunlight. The sun's rays
have been well called pitiless since
they search out and show up the
smallest flaw in one's compleion. The
most. common fault is enlarged pores,
which are particularly prominent un
der a bright light No amount of
powder or cream can disguise them.
They cannot be made fine If one's
health is not fairly good and one's
digestion in practically perfect condi
tion. These physical details must be
looked after intelligently. Rut ibr the
rest of it, absolute cleanliness is all
that la required. However, an enor
moils amount can be done immediate
ly toward reducinF the pores by the
proper use of astringents.
The general' daily face treatment
Which I recommend. will make any
Skin perfect if the digestion is good.
Hold hot wet cloths over the face for
about two minutes. This opens the
pores and stimulates the skin. Rub in
a quantity of cleansing cream after
this, working it thoroughly into the
skin. Then wash the face with hot
water and a mild soap. If possible
scrub the skin with a small flesh
brush. Rinse with hot water, cold
water, and rub the skin with a piece
of ice.
If the skin is dry, rub In a. tiny bit
of cream before the cold rinse and
the ice. The ice is invaluable be
cause it shrinks up those enlarged
pores and makes the skin smooth and
fine in appearance.
'TOMORROW
ITEERWS A St3ENTER PJEKTPE
ON TITIS PAGE EVERIT ,
DAYMYI' 'WEATHER
Trraips FOR, HOUSEWIVES--
ON THIS PAGE--
hi The Theatres
roaArs.
"The Gilded Lily." the Paramount
super-special production, starring
beautiful Mae Murray, closes its en
gagement at Po li's tonight. Few
pictures seen at this house have been
better received than this colorful story
0 fa. girl wh remained good in spite
of overwhelming obstacles and temp
tations. One of the most desirable
features about this fine phi:Ito-drama
is the manner in which the interest
is sustained to th eend. It does not
ventilate its denouement until it
reaches a smashing climax.
Poll's vaudeville closing tonight also
has been well received. 'rhe big act
"A Trick Proposal" with its comedy,
melody and pretty girls is going over
in great style. Kileen Sheridan is a
combination of Nora, Bayes and Irene
Franklin and sings character songs in
an inimitable mariner. Prince and
Bell have a highly effective act writ
ten by Jack ',alt. These two good
artists sing in excellent voice. The
Three Raymonds complete a good
bill with an acrobatic act.
Tomorrow. the feature picture at
trac tion will be Sessue Kayakawa in
"Black Roses." The star vaudeville
cffering will be Stepenoft ,and his
Russian Ballet. Friday will be a
big Amateur night.
EMPIRE.
Little three-year-old Master Rich
ard Headrick, better known to intim
ate and screen friends as "Dtchie,"
plays a charming' part in Alice Lake's
newest picture, "The Greater Claim,"
which is now showing at the Empire
theatre.
His engagement with Metro for this
pleture has a delightful history. Af
ter Miss; Lake had -finished reading the
story of "The Greater Claim," she
rushed to the casting office and ask
ed that the lad be given the child
part Fortunately, he was not en
gaged else-where, and was at once
cast for the role of her son.
Edward Cecil, Jack Dougherty, Len
ore Lynard. De Witt C. Jennings and
Florence Gilbert all have important
parts in support of Miss Lake. Wes
ley Ruggles directed the production.
Summer Recipes.
.
Spiced Plums '
Remove the pits from damson
plums, allow half a pound of sugar
to each pound of fruit and half a
cupful each of water and vinegar.
Place the vrater, vinegar and sugar
dn a-- saucepan and add a spice bag
containing one broken stick of cin
namon, eight whole cloves, an inch
piece of root ginger and six bladed' of
Boil for ten minutes, then put in
the plums and cook until very ten
der; drain out the fruit cook down
the BYTIM until quite thick, and after
removing the spice bag pour over
the fruit.
Seal as for canned fruit
AMUSEMENT CALENDAR
P
A DAILit FEATTTRE
POLFSVaudeville headliner, "Trick Proposals."' a comic opera in minia
ture. with pretty girls and capable ones; feature picture, Mae Murray
in "The Gilded Lily." the story of a girl who was frivolous outside, but
not in. Feature on at 3:30,' 7:30,-10. Orchestra. directed by Samuel
Davey.
EMPIREFeature, Alice Lake ;:..1 "The Greater Claim." a story that Win stir
your heartstrings. Feature on at 2:30, 4;15, 6:30, 8, 3:15. Orchestra
directed by Charles S. Ferrett.
FILITEMain and Charles streets. Feature, all-star cast in "The Great
Lover," the story of a man who threw away his friends then missed them ,
when be needed them most. Feature on at 7. 9. Organ music.
AMER1CANEast Main and Jane streets. Feature, Douglas Mac Len in
- "The Rookie's Return," and what happened when he got back "over
here" from "over there." Feature on at 7, 9. Organ music.
CAPITOLMilford. Feature, all-star cast in "Sheltered Daughters." the
story of girls who were not taught to cope with the world and what bap
pened to them. Special music. soloist, Elia A, Lundberg, baritone;or
ganist, Albert F. Brown. Feature on at 2:30, 7:15, 9 -
STRATFORDMain street, Stratford. Feature, Dorothy Dickson in "Paying
the Piper.' the story of rich folks who bad to learn how to be poor.
'Connell.
- Feature on at 7. 9.. Orchestar directed by I..j. 0
PLEASURE BEACHbancing and trausenumta.
LORIISHIP....Dancinit tits Juiviutln- - s
LORDSHIP BEACH
tonight Win erPlain the SMc
Stocking Dance, Underhill Jazz
rive-
ThlirSdaY night B. It S Dance
Sasso's Criterion Orchestra
Saturday Evening. Don't Miss it.
Something new, Jim Francis Quin
Car Fare 5 cents from Hollister
Ave. Adudssion Free.
IA. H. Corbit, Mgr,.
pleasure n .1
BaLumg Beach malty
Ferrtes From Stratford Dridge
Dock 8 A. AL to 12 P. Id.
11. G. GILLETTE
OPTICIAN
2Q P. O. ARCADE
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CX2 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF BRID-GEPOR Pr
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5."The Greater Claim"
A 11E7r110 SPECIAL
A drama of that in life which .
is more powerful than passion, Er"
; Am, and which is finer even than dr
! tota love.
I ()Naga:2k Criateak erfarslabk fa
1 qutsnommt.
Main a Cling. Sts. Tel. N. 1092
7:00 TONIGHT 9:00
Goldwyn Presents
Frank Lloyd's Production
The Great Lover
The Cohan and Harris Notable
Stage Success by
Leo Deitrichstein
I :4ZMMaWIMMffal
1 TONIGHT
New Pleasure Beach Orchestra
At the
ComsrrRy STORE
In the Grand Pavilion ,
.....
IT IS BE.ST
that your Fur. Garments are
thoroughly cleaned before stored
awayThereby removing any for
eign matter that may be harnd'al
to them.
293
State
St.
Continuous :30 to 10:30
Today Your East Chance
to See
AT,TCE LAKE
ELITE
The Stratfield
r:OMP
Phony
tv"'' Bar.
4785
Established 1897
CLEANERS AND DEERS
CAFETERIA
OPMNT DAME 41 A. M. TO MID
NIGHT In This new and popular departure
we have embodied all of the su
perior features of Stratfield service
at its best
STRATFIELD HOTEL
F. A- CANTWELL, Mgr.
MEATH
HATTER
145 Stratford Ave.Just Over the
Mr 4dgo
Genuine PILIMITIELS in the rough.
Direct from - South America--
made into your own style.
Ladies and Men's Old Pentanes
Bleached Natural Process. No
Acids Used.
By A Ha
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BUSINESS
MEN'S
LUNCH
40 c
11:30 A. 31.
to 2:30 P. M.
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AMERICAN-CErDTESE
estaur
m 2:30 P. M. wzamormrisrmomorsmommmitAuoseem
Table de llote--A la Carte
Hear the Famous Republic Orchestra
Excellent Dance Music
PRIVATE DINING BOOTHS--
1 Gren. test Luncheon Place. Dinner Suppersi nod Parties a -8PecialliP
Banquets Inun 81.25 Per Cover IAN
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Milk Ired Drollery, Bleakly Chew, -
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DANCING PlIGht 8 TO 8-4) 4TO 111.
laqinegralaniaMMIGMERNM.
TEEM ITNrVERSITY
- SCrHOOL : -
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30LIA Year Begins Sept, 218
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She was New York's g-ayest -
most darittr, dancer. And two
men loved her.
But one loved the tinsel ana
the glamourthe other loved the
reAl girl.
Their conflict makes a drazna
of unequalled power and beautY.
Scenically one of the most gor
geous pictures ever made, and
Miss Murray's big-gest 'triumph
sineP "On with the Dance."
. Miss .. ur i--..........IP -"..m"-.....ray ported y -
ell Sherman, former Lyric Theater
ir-ading man.
SUPREME VAUDEVILLE
George Choos Offers A Vaudevillised
Opera in One Act
'A TRICK PROPOSAL'
3t;(13.urdsre 13,411. IrlwilltniaciBzdyilge
-Staged by Theodore Wilde
Produced by George Chooe
A BIG CAST AND A BROADWAY
BFAUTY CHORUP.'",
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SPANOYP and his Russian Ballet
Sessue Hayakawa in "Black Roses" I
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scrupulous little thing!" I repheff.
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our big happiness. Arid because Neal
! feels your prejudice against an elope- ,,,,,W;Ex0..:,ir., 0,1" i:4 E-,,W ::54:';:- - ,-"..',.:,: :,,tilI,..,-,: '4-v.. -,:?... t -., thing is k) kncrvir just where you stand, to be sure .
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ment, I can't do ft thing but sit aztd .:I.iii.iM7::::. t : ,,,i,',','.,..:-:;.: -''',::..,,,,if!4iiitto , '''''..k.i.:-2 ' of the abtual cash that belongs to you.' ,
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"Virginia's going off somewhere. I ..4WW.fiNE?:,0- --.,--,,..;:,,A1'.:: i'';: 7' 4- .4.-:- 90 g :''W,:', :' -.7'7 - - ' .4,4' VC ' - -i''' ' '' ) ,. ablest business men in' Bridgeport would make
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"'You Could come here, Phoebe." - ,::--,4,,,:,,srsAve,;,-.;,''. .,V-Âr4,A.m-...V. '0-k-i, .,'As,'-4.,--,': ''''' '''i'Oi:,'::,.,,,-:; 71e '1' I
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"Oh. Annepleasel I want a hol- ..-t---,::Vf.4.,...-;:,;.:' ,'- "''',.;24i.:t --.1.?..,,:',40,0i:fz,',',,,::e...-w,49,;tt,5,',,..t, s .:,'-:Z.-:,i,- . i . - - -
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' iday," mid Phoebe in a tremulou rr,;;;':..W.?,,,-,., '0'...,,,,ó,,,, ' e.,,, - -,.,,,,&-f, --v----, , . -1- - . ,
voice. "I want to get away---with .,,,,,,,,,, ':: ,,,q.,:';,zi', .,,4,-,,,,.. ,,,,,..--- ..4..,),,tto.,-- :::A?-,..pA ,,,,,,,.;... ,, ,,,.,i..,,,,,,.,... ,,,p..: :::,,,.:i...i , - te, -
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. Neal. Won't you? Won't you, please. , - :r, ., -,,,,,,....4-t.,:,,,,,, ::-0, ,. ,.,. ,4.,,,,,,-....:,--.:00 .0,.,,A.,,,,' ,,,,,,,,,:,.-,...,,,,,,,..-,,,rt,,,,,f ,t. . :, , ,
let me have this little bit of hanin- .:?':.'A,,?., ..,,... . ,.4-' -4,!: - , g ' ' , - -:,,,,,,,, , -,';-- ', ' ' '-t 4 '''.. 4 i---' L''''-'- ''''', ' - '''''':: '''''''''' - ' - ' ' - - V ;''''' "
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town! Won't you make it possible ., ''',;,W,p;-?,,, iW-i....,,,i0:Î,4 r.-;'....,.,',,,,'F'-,--'. -.,..:' ,A ZA.,-ket,tisnts.;,,?''--',-,- :.?-4:4'',':.',, '.' -,,-V'e-,,'
To begin with there is a Ng advantage ht .
for mo to have this little bit of hap- a,, 7: . ftV-"p.,A-',,-..e.i,,;010-A4 -rtrlf ..,.,:, - -,4----1:-.4,4.-r,..z,i,; i:-..t.:.,?-,..?,,.: ,':s.,i,',.M:,.....,N:.M, .;:t ...,' ,''','..1'
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Pinessthis little bit?"
. "All right." I replied uneasily. --rn x:',1v--:,,4--,-.-:,-::?,;:niii:ire,... .-:,:,,,-,,,,, -,...,,,,,,x,,,.rNc,-.1a,2'..,,r,x,i:::-,,:,,-4 -:',,,,.., ,, ,f.:,:i. -
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, world. You have a, record of every pemiy you .
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For our week-end jaunt Neal se- ....... ....- .,k..,, 4,.; ..., 4. :
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. Meted a pretty little lake resort about
amount you pay out, to whom it is paid, and why. -
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60 miles from the city. By now my t ;.,:;,;p:0-,,,, -Ai::iiiil-,;-:Aw,;.,,, :,-f:-,-:.::;,-,,w,-?,:,:,i,..:1$-; -,,,-t,,,.,3?: :.,,A4.-,,,,,,,,,,2,,,,,,.N.:,,,,:.,,, .:, ,k,,,-- ,--- -- -,?,', -..i.k-44:. -- .
ankle was in good condition. so I 4,', its, ...:Afen4-Wal.:,,, ;:7:',4:::-.,,'Q,:, ;:':rt3.,:.".:t-.,'-'- :,,,,iK'':',,,..::,-'k.f,A;:?..!.., ..:..,:t, 541$,,ti, , ' , , -
insisted on running un in my car tr, Ilr, ,ri:(..4r,,,W?,,A., ,s;,,:----,,:-,,',,,,'-,,',X-' -,:ta,' ..,,,,,it :,k'..:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,vw:.e,,,:,,..,,-.,..,,,.,t , . 0 ,
:. 4.,,k sr If you make a mistake the bank finds it out
packing him and Phoebe in the rum- E 40; 01. , , -t,,:A9,0- , ' - - ,' :' , ' ,e,,,,,,''' ', , , ,-, -- ''-', - : 4;- , K'''' , - ---, , , ,' - , .. :,,, :,,.,:::4 and cori-ects it. Of course any one man may
ble seat, while the baggage was dis
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rI ',.- ..'ate?".4.,4Pig.M .-'.3 :.',.-A:',',.,,,.:,.:,,,:?,14.k. ,:,,,T77.!it,:,i,-ts.-7 .:.,,,A.,,,d,,: ,.-,;:,-,Wir.., :.,. ,,;:,,, . ..s.,,44,.. make a mista,ke in or out of a bank, but in the
and the place next to me. 4 -,-,,e-. 0.,,?,:,..,-40-,ie.,gw .-.?:,.,.:1,---v..::...,:,::,e.:-;,,,. 7,:!.4,-,..-..,,.-E:;,-,46.:-- 7,mti,J,:zirii.;;;;;., .,,..;,6,-, ..:,..,:,, .. -A:,:::,..:.,--.,-Avs,i,: , .
Driving up the steady grade that
bank each entr3r is checked by three or four men.
leads into the hills and to the lake :' .,:..f..,:w.,,,p,tit.,:ArAits,gr.,,,i:,,,9,,,, 44::!,,:m4..,3!?s,-nw.4,1;,:,...i1,,,,,,.......,,jc,r.,..li:.....1,,,,..,:....i.;,,its......,,,...,..1,,,,.,::...,....1:.:...4..r.t1,....... ,f..,2t. ,,,..,..f.2.,..e.s4.,...:;......s,,s..
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of our destination occupied :.,,....,..,.,4,00,,M.?aisr,,,1::,';-rt, :A:&gP:t,0'", ,..;,..,.::-,''',: ' rSi. .; - ',;i':'',' :;r,',:-,kk.. :P.1-. lit , :41,5015 The Mrst National does the accounting for , . -
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pretty much. But it didn't keep me ?-r0.4.4TaM,,,:'7MiiiT -,:.',',;:',,-.;',,-,;i'A.,''.-,e.,-,,:-',;,'"",,--:.. ','Sm., :A ':.:;:,;:a,.;1W,,.,:?,i;,,,,;47,71:4 Is,W--rtrIir
from worrying because the morn- ..,,,r.M.'esU-n, :,.:0',.,:;::':. . ''-':::';.Z.;::4.,:',::,ii:,..',., ,Vr''. .:-,2 ," :,-:',:. tali.. ..t.'' . ,,,4: ,-.,,,i,:-.::;;:::,,V., Ii.'N, :E:.,,;,t,i.,:.-,,..4. ---44,1,,....i,1,044,
ing hadn't brought the expected let- -.,g);00,0(fr:;jirì,i:Mtn,A.?:W:'2.,,,,t.?..;',-;.-.:.'-'''' ''X'-'4.,-4:...IiititUitflÑr:,::-..4,-..:,:'-4.,:,,;.. ,-.',.;.-1,5,ere. ..Wate".Tft.?-, some of the bigesst concerns in Bridgeport. Your - .
ter from Jim. Nor, on the other ,;,;f ir,. te.:,-W.: -.;''5'1:,-,,e,,:,.,:;k,,:',m-m...,-,-'?..4:t;.:.-era.,,$. -imr:,-51,44.1g,- :,::.:,' ::-e,.,.:qyi::,vm:,: ,- -., :,,,:,-A.4:, ,47,...0WW2-44-4: ;., - ,
account will re-ceive the same consideration, the
- band, did it keep me from realizing Ir .5.; .-..4s,::. -,.i-,,0,:,..- e 4 ''.14.?.:,-- P ::'V'tP;r.: '-:-,' ,'--1,1V-n:.::-'',;;:'--: '?'.,,, ' :'' '' : .,:'-'::-,. --'-'1'1.? ' :- ' ,:-..,:-,- fr-?,,,::i:., ' . z k:," OVA ,
that I'd have been a prig to insist
same careful consideration, the best .bookkeeping .
on stopping at home to watch each
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delivery, with the longed-for letter :, e,,,, ..,.,,,,,mo,i,,,r,,,, , -,,,--,..: - ?..,::,:,,,,.- --, er.;...;1,,,-;,',4,',....;:;:.,:V.P.,,Ii:- . ,. :' ? . - A;r:'?':".,.::i:ik-'6,4?;'''''' '-.' 4. $- - -k'''';'-'41.F.-'?,'''' . the science of accounting has evolved.
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Phoebe's happy voice floated to ,
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Will you come in and talk to us about it? The . '
me from the rear. It was full of ' ..,:',4,4..'.',i.,-,....4,,',?,:. ,,-,-...-',;-3:01,:,,,41,.,.,L....414-,,,,,,,,-,;-.'w.,:-.71-,;-,;,,,,,,,,.,..I9,,,ft,,,,,,,,,,10,..,,....:.,0:4,,.:,..,,.,,,,,J,,..:...:::,,,,,,4 ,, ,....,,,,:......zw.x,. ,44....,
laughs end ripples and trillethe :, ,:' ...... ',..-;-',e: , ..,::..-v,5,,,.. .i.'4r,--', V ,''')",--:,,-,''','':::'$: -,;; -4. .4.4. '---, .'5,''.?.- ,......, '-:''''-",..-:''' ,, ,ks-irg '- 41,' 410
officers are right out in the open. . .
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bird-like happiness of youth was in ft-; :-.-0?'M:-:::,,.----'- ''::'':' ' ',,,','-'-'4,':'A,''':'?,:r.,,,l,:::-''-?,-,i,:--'i,;!-& :..'$,::,,:.i.,-"" z !,';;;....7 ':,:Yt!:.'1.-":'",-,'' ---,-'''-'-,;:'?"'.:.41',' , , ,
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it now, instead of the tense and ter- ft, -. . -4.1'1, v :: : At': ' '' ' . -,:':',;'.,..,:',-'.A.,',.t.;-.--',,.- '.: ':,.:-,..,,,:1--,E, :X', :i ,LI -,14,1,...,:i:,.,..,,,,-;,..,.. ,-,s.,::,: ., . , . ;..,..;,..4,-, 4, ;:, ' 1
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rifying woman's eagerness in which
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she berated the fate and the family ,4,,,.."- -4-lk,',:$,-;.&,'t!',..;,t::.":,'?:,-,4-',''--r,''W;,-,;,R;:.:',pM:,,;W,.:',4i:;.3::.::-:', '' ' We have nothing-to sett bat service'.
., Surplus more
, that denied her to Neal ---.4,,,-,,..-,..',,'1,,,:,.-,--...-'.1,:,,,,,,- --,,,-.';'."4.-41t-',-,.,,...-;i4kt14,ig.i,i.t. .,-. , .,
All through the happy day I re- -,," ' , ..fte:0 4',D',,,',,,,4.-,.'.$-Ti:i'A,,War.,,,-ai,ilk-Q4;.Z..' ''4,E.'-'''' . Uftillha than $4 000 000 ,
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Joiced that I'd come -with the chit- ,), ' --;-.--::.--s,'";1.',i.i-,A.,!,,,.;r.,,,,,?,,..41W--1-,,,, ..-4-:,:5..P'',;',,,:,; ;i,-. ":,'-,--- ',4..:: :f.1.111
dren. And yet there was an ugly WitalOSIKOMMIlk
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' , uneasiness in my mind which would - -- 7-7'. '4-, -,.,-;;,-,':.tr:,,-,,,;-,,,k.7,EE:t.'VV,W.';?..t',;a,,-,40,;',:.0'.::-:-!::'''s4 '', O''''''' ' .': S.
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. not down. -,,,- --.:-.,,.fe;;t -,-,,,,?$, - geh;,',,:,,:',..,,,'-',,,:,',-,',- ,,,,' - to---, ' .: ' than $20,000,000 ,
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apartment to see if there was any , 'me, ' ' : "...,,,-.:',:'-'41!i,-?:,,, ::a,'-.,?':'.'1:,,':;,;.sr?- - ,,.,".,z.: ., ,'
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mail. But the operator reported tha-t , 4(4-.;,...:-;s:,....t'.'...,.:,,.?".444-;A - - . ,1,','' ":-''''. .
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mean that Hedwig and Ang3r had . , - 'r1,!,-(44i- . ' - -- .:''...046).4500. ''' - II. ' and Saturday eve- , , 101.
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taken advantage of my absence to
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take an afternoon off. , ., :.'' ' '-' ia4.- 'fig :;LIKII't ;I' ,' ,' 4 n.,-fl ,,
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jewelied for one of the joyous occasions of the picture, which was released recently. I
and gone for a stroll through the
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