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Friday, August 5, 1921 THE BRIDGEPORT TIM1CS Page Nine Let Us Help You Make Money BECAUSE the banks are the bookkeepers of Bridgeport and, in one way or another, han dle all the mobile money of the city, they have an intimate" knowledge of' business conditions. They know who is prospering, .and who is marking time or falling back, and the reason for it. They can make comparisons, - We are more concerned' about the individual and the business that isnt getting ahead than about the prosperous ones, because, as has been empha sized in these talks, the only thing Jhat makes a bank prosperous"! the prosperity of the commun ity, particularly 01 its individual depositors. It is just as much a part of our business to help you make money as it is to take car of it for y6u. Of course you know we haven't any schemes' or devices, nothing to "put over." We will go out of our way to fight the "get-rich-quick" swindles. ' But we have a vast deal of experience, of spe cialized" knowledge, and we know how to apply it. The methods we urge are proven methods. x The biggest business corporations come to us for suggestions and advice. They know what a bank can do for them. The business man who is yet to grow big, the smaller merchant, has as much right to the best his bank can give him as the great corporation, and this help is particularly valuable, even necessary, to him in most instances. The officers are out in the open. We have nothing to sell but service. fit Capital and 10 M I Surplus mora I M H I than $4,000,000 I g Resource mors IB -aSS& ' 1 I M ' ,rlmi.TmrT,TT-if,7P I Savings and Foreign g VV -m ji ! vmj . gj Exchange Depart- 3 SitSfl Wm5f xnents open Monday B . fEJJ jj ifO lOSS J fiL -i Oivo FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF B R X D GE J? O H T I Practical Uses for an jj Interest Paying Account 0 0 Jo o fl TR addition to being an Incentive for fl 0 JL systematic saving, an Interest Paying 0 f Account with us will prove a practical con f jj venience for accumulating a reserve fund ml for specific purposes, such as jj pi Payment of taxes " o H Life Insurance premiums Q o Investments o m Payment of old debts Q We will be glad to outline a plan for making U deposits to provide for a definite sum to J accumulate in a stated period of time. jj 01 o P The Bridgeport Trust Cq 0 n 67-j6o tjpfe sfiepT n (J opposite tt hau. U nil ' In o Q' Q' o o Q( IOCDO' o Q Q 'Ol CHICAGO EDUCATORS DEBATE WHETHE GIRLS SHOULD EE INSTRUCTED IN SEX PROBLEMS IN PUBLIC SGHOOLS Chicago, Aug. 5 Do the girls of today know too much about sex prob lems and not enough about house work, cooking and things essentias to becoming good mothers? Superior Judge Harry A. Lewis, of Chicago, says they do not and urges a plan to include obligations of matri mony as a part of a course of study . in Chicago high schools. Peter A. Mortenson. City Superin tendent of Schools; Edward J. Tobin, Superintendent of Schools for Cook Countv, and many Chicago men and women says the girls of. today know too much already and oppose Judge Lewis's plan. "Marriage Is too sacred." asserts one woman, "for open discussion In classes or among children after class es. The subject would be treated light ly by the children, and they would -not be benefited. I believe it is the duty of the mother to teach her daughters all that is necessary to know about marriage. Another woman considers "the source and gives her opinion as fol lows: "Most teachers are old maids, so what do they know about marriage? I believe high school girls know all they need to know about sex, but they should learn more about keeping house, sewing and cooking, and the best place to learn these in their homes. One woman interviewed yes, she is unmarried thinks the Lewis plan is good and should assist girls in se lecting husbands and may reduce the number of divorces. Of course the opinion of mere man in such matters doesn t mean any thing," but here are two that sound reasonable at that: One man says: "Nine-tenths of the persons getting married today are ignorant of the obligations of mar riage. The majority of the girls of to day do not receive the proper train ng at home to become good mothers or wives, and, while I do not approve of this subject being discussed in the schoolroom, if the children don't get proper instruction at home tney must get it elsewhere." And another: "A healthy home life instills till the morals necessary, and if the parents are companions to their children they do not have to go to school to learn the problems of matri mony how to cook, sew and become mothers and wives." One woman believes high schools should teach modesty in dress first, then cooking, sewing and housekeep ing. Bedbugs lay an average of seven eeps per day. Under - favorable conditions they hatch in five days of which two thirds are females. They mature to adult size and are capable of laying in four weeks. How many bedbugs would would you have in a year' if you left one female or egg unmolested for one year? ' To rid the pesky bedbug, you can readily see how necessary it is to use a prepara tion that will kill the eggs as well as the live ones. P. D.-Q. has been demon "strated by the leading Hospitals, Hotels and Railroad Companies that the safest and most economical way to stop future generations of bedbugs, roaches, fleas and ants is to use the new discovery "Pesky Devils Quietus" "P. D. Q." . A 35c - package, of .F.P.:H3makes -a quart, enough to kill a million bedbugs, roaches, fleas and cooties and at the same time destroy their eggs. Impossible for them to exist when P. E. Q. is properly used. Free, patent Fpout in every package to get the pesky devils in the hard-to-get-at-places and save the juice. Special Hospital and Hotel size $2.50 makes five gallons of P. D. Q. your druggist has it or can. get it for you, or sent prepaid upon receipt of price by the Owl Chemical Co., Terrs Haute. Ind. Success of P. D. Q. has caused imitators; genuine P. D. Q. is never -peddled Sold by J. D. Hartigan's Drug Stores. Handle's Drug Stores and other leading druggists. Adv. TRUMBULL Michael Gulus of Daniels Farm, who has been ill for some time, died Monday at the home of his step-son in Bridgeport, aged 64 years. He is survived by a widow and two sons. Andrew, who, is in the navy, ana Michael, Jr. of this place. Funeral services were held Wednesday morn ing. The Registrars of voters wili meet Aug. 6 and 12 at the Town Hall, from 12 m. to 9 p. m., for the pur pose of revising the caucus lists. Those wishing to vote in caucus, if tljey have not so done before, must state their political preference at this time. Mrs. Carl Nourse is at the Bridge port hospital recovering from an op eration following an attack of appen dicitis. Her mother, Mrs. Miller, of Vermont, is staying with Mr. Nourse and little "daughter, Jeannette. Mrs. Green and daughter of New Jersey are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller of Tashua. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boulieu of Daniels Farm have been entertaining ifor the past week Miss Mary Mc Laughlin of Bridgeport. Miss Emma Schult of Brooklyn and Miss Anna Schult of Xew York City are. visiting Mrs. Henry Thompson. There will he a meeting of the ,-i Ecclesiastical Society of the Trum bull Congregational church, at church parlors Saturday evening, to consider the advisability of deeding to the town of Trum'bull the triangu lar piece of land- north of the parson age, as a building site for the Xichols j Memorial Library. This site is ideal, being centrally located and conven ient for Mrs. 'White, who is to be li brarian. The town will take action on making a slight change in what is known as the New Road on the south side of the church property, also on the acceptance of a fund of $63,000 for the library, at a town meeting which will be called in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Miller and the Misses Mabel and Jessie Renton of j Bridgeport were callers Wednesday ; at the home of Miss Harriett French. Mrs. Charles Laufer and children visited Wednesday with Mrs. Samuel Ward. ' Mrs. Daniel Hughes and daughter. Miss Margaret, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Wells. George B. French is having his va cation. On Wednesday Mr. French and family motored to Collinsville, taking to her home Mrs. William Haines and daughter, who has been visiting relatives here. v Mr. and Mrs. John L. Beach and faciily of Watertown were in town Sunday, taking home their daughter. Miss Eleanor, who has been spend ing two weeks with relatives .in this place. 'Miss Cora Beach returned with them for a week's visit. Ernest S. Ward has exchanged his Ford touring car for a runabout of the same make. 'Of 12 "deaf and dumb" beggars arrested in Paris on a recent evening only one was found to be afflicted. A temporary injunction restraining Chief of Police Fitzmorris and other Chicago officials from' interfering with the sale and distribution of the Dear born IndependentjHenry Ford's- week ly newspaper, was issued by Judge Bvupc, in. Circuit Court. The Biggest Values In" Years Are Offered At Our t IFinnttiire Sal - And On Terms To Suit Your Convenience Alps To Miss these Values is to Miss an Unequal led Opportunity to Save on Dependable Furniture. Make Your Selections Now. at These New Low August Sale Prices. Your purchases Will Be Held for Future Delivery if Desired, without Charge. 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Will play all makes of records perfectly, has ample record capacity and will harmonize with all home furnishings. Has large double spring motor of latest design Length 364 inches, depth 22Ya inches, height 36 inches.. Like all Clarinolas it is guaranteed by a Five-year Bond. TERMS OF $3 A MONTH. 19 75 A MONTH Buys This New, 88 Note Guaranteed Player - Piano This Player has a handsomely finished Mahogany case, is equip ped with all the latest player de vices and is fully guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Our Very Special Price Is NO INTEREST Free. Bench and Scarf Free Player Service Free Delivery Liberal Allowance on Your Old Piano. Mahogany Roman Stool Attractively designed strongly made, and covered in durable black imita tion leather. I'Tfn. GA-rn. Tka4 CsSIA cVlH fefsMIAVT SSS OPPOSITE POST OFFICE fSSgPT? Regular Price Elsewhere $1.00 OUR PRICE AntictpatiorfJlnes. Chow Mein. My Daddy. In My Tippy Canoe. Sally Won't You Come Back. Stand Tip and Sinsj for Your plainer An Old Time Tune. Ain't We Got Vim. Angels (We Call Them Mothers Down Here). Caro lina Lullaby. Cherie. Good Fellow GaL Held Kast in a Baby's Hands. Humming. Tjany Mississippi. In a rattle Front Parlor. I Won der Where My Sweet. Sweet Daddy's Gone., laps. Little Crumbs of Happiness. Molly on a Trolley. Old Pal. My Mammy. Over the Hill. Peggy O'Xeil. Rebecca. Rosie. Scandinavia. Somebody's .uuLuii . -Muume. Wyoming. Columbia Records 85c All the Latest Releases I WANT TO LIFT BAN ON GOL Tokio. Aug. 5 In rely to an offi cial inquiry the Kobe Chamber of Commerce Is to submit the following plan to the department of ajrricultur and commerce for improving Japan's foreign trade. - "First, effect reduction In the the prices of commodities by lifting , silver, by encouraging investments abroad and by enhancing the effi ciency of production. "Second, increase the supply of low interest funds among traders and make banks buy cheap bills convert Ibl at as long a period as possible." The Chamber also recommends rules for preventing unreasonable competition in selling goods in foreign markets, the establishment of a trade bureau, in the center of Japan as an independent institution for encourag ing and facilitating foreign trade, the adoption of the export service for the Black Sea, the East Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf, and the lower ing of foreign telegraphic charges. ACME OF HONESTX IS DISPIjAYED BY KANSAS CITY ATTTOIST Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 5 The acme of courtesy and respect for the law has been reached, so far as the motorcyale "cop" is concerned. Tliis 1st the story as related by Mat thew Clairkin, motorcycle policeman, to Judge Fleming: The defendant. speeding and I Your Honor, was was chasing him. Suddenly another car dashed around the corner and passed my motorcycle. .' I abandoned the chase of Jacobs to catch the second motorist. Jacobs noticed what I had done, stopped his car and awaited my return. "Honesty in a motorist is 'a rare jewel and when found is to be com mended," said Judge Fleming ad dressing the defendant, Joseph Jacobs. The Judge assessed a fine of $ 2 against Jacobs and gave him a stay of execution.