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THE BRIDGEPORT TIMES
LOCAL' SPEAKERS
TO ADDRESS
MASS MEETING
WilIlam HID and Miss Sara
B. Moore, two of the most promi
wnt young colored -women of this
. --y. win address the organization
; meeting of the negro branch of the
- women's Nationa l Republican League
: which will be held on Tuesday, even
.; mgr. A-ugust 9 th, at the Zion Meth-
. oaist onurch at the corner of Broad
ana gory streets.
. Mrs. inn is very well known In
; women's political circles in this city
rand i sa gradante of the F1sk College
' In Nashville, Tennessee.- Miss Moore
. f has charge of th Fhyliss Wheat ley
! branch of the T. W. C. A. and was
; graduated from the University of
euirayivania a utile over a year ago.
Mrs. David Tanner, cf Stamford
. state organizer for tjie League, and
j Mrs. Hill, who has been chosen chair
; man- of the city convention, will be
! in charge. After instructing the wo
; men in the methods of voting and in
.' their duties as good citizens, a del
j egate will .bo choaen - to attend the
' national convention in Kansas Jity,
I Mo., on August 22nd.
. A delightful musical program will
j conclude the mammoth meeting.
Every colored woman in Bridgeport
I and subunbs is requested to attend
las the gathering will be of vital im-
por&axvce.
OBITUARY
j - The funeral of Margaret M. Mul-
mns who died In Washington, D. J.
fwas held from the residence of her
f Drother-ln-law Michael Mannix 486
.Anson, street, yesterday morning at
f 880 and a half hour later from St
'.Patrick's church where a requiem
I high, mass was celebrated by Rev.
John Donnelly of Billef ourke, S. D.
Ttm pallbearers were Charles Davis,
f Raymond Beach. JrierDert rianagan,
Ujoseph Harnan, Harry Hawley and
( Frederick MulHns. As the remains
t wwe brought into the church the
f Gboir sang "Thy Will Be Done" and.
1 a trie offertory "Ave Maria' 'and af
j tr mass "Some Sweet Day." The
ttpxi&l was in St. Michael's cemetery.
t The floral offerings were many and
f beautiful.
JT7MA M. NICHOIiS
i "Hi -funeral of Mrs. Julia M. Nlch
J tOm, wife of Edgar Nichols who died
t on Aug. 3rd, was held -yesterday from
jliar late residence, 803 William St.. at
j 2:30. The Rev. Mr. Green of St.
"j John's Episcopal church officiated,
i Burial was in Mt. Grove cemetery.
The pallbearers were WlnGeld Myer.
Henry K. Mallett, R. F". Gardner, and
. ' W. Z. Gardner. Besides her hus
! band Mrs. Nichols is survived by two
. i daughters Miss Grace A. Nichols and
' Mrs. Rj F. Gardner, and one son,
k Harry Nichols of this city.
Y-N ANNA WEBSTER
' Jhe fnneral of Anna Webster was
held this afternon at 2:30 from the
home of her sister, 641 Naugatuck
. Ave., Devon. The Rev. Mr. Guggen
heim officiated. Burial was in Lake-
view cemetery.
Wn-LIAM BKATTVAIS
William Beauvais died last night at
St. Vincent's hospital after a short
illness. He resided at 256 Main St.
Besides bis parents he is survived by
,his wife. Notice pf funeral hereafter.
A few of the members of the board
ing house of the Y. W. C. A. are
: spending tbe week end at Camp Oro
: noque. Mis Carlotta- Mover, chap
eroned the party.
Miss Agnes McLean of State street
! is spending two weeks at Sunnybrook
i camp, Cornwall Bridge.
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Cnticnra Is Wonderful
For Yonr Hair
On f diiiofir rob spots of dandruff and
itching with Cuticura Ointment. Next
nomine shampoo with Cuticura Soap
and not water. This cleanses the scalp
of dandruff and promotes hair health.
rstutea.IXvt.3ia. KaMa il,lbaL SoM nrrr
where. SoapS&e. Ointment 2sntJSse. Taieam2Sc
VETERANS TO
RUN DANCES
EVERY WEEK
Beginning Saturday,' Sept. 10 the
Raymond W. Harris Post, V. F. W.,
will run a weekly dance in the Post
club rooms. No. 161 Washington ave
nue, the post having organized their
own orchestra, composed of ex-soldiers,
sailors and marines, all
branches of the, services are repre
sented, will furnish the music, the
Post club rooms , will be open to the
public, free rest rooms, smoking
rooms and free checking.
- The Post hall has recently, been
renovated and a hardwood floor layed
and is in first class condition for
dancing.
The revenue derived from this
source will be used by the relief com
mittee for the relief of needy ex
service men and their families, the
relief committee make regular visits
to the local hospitals carrying smokes,
fruits and reading matter to all ex
service men regarjlless of whether
they are members df the V. F. W. or
not.
The Post runs a cafeterie in con
nection with the club rooms in
charge of M. H. Cadwell, himself a
veteran of Cuba and the Islands, and
needy ex-service men are always
helped out with a meal and a place
to sleep and a Job is found for him
If possible, as an employment bur
eau is maintained and men to do any
kind of work can be furnished by
calling Comrade Cadwell, Noble 1460,
at any time.
On Sept. 7 the Ladles' Auxiliary
will run an entertainment at the
Brooklawn Dancing Academy, the
proceeds of this is to go to the re
lief fund of the Auxiliary who main
tain their own relief committee but
'ork in conjunction with the Post.
Fairfield
Personals
A Dollar Tea will be held at "the
home of Mrs. DeVer H. Warner on
Greenfield Hill, on Wednesday, Aug.
17th, -from three until six o'clock, day
light saving time, for the benefit of
the Eunice Dennie Burr Chapter of
the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Mrs. , Paul Ricker was hostess at
the 4 o'clock tea at the Brooklawn
Country club this afternoon. The pic
ture this evening will be "Hold Tour
Horses," starring Tom Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Wynus of 138
Flanders street are rejoicing over the
arrival" of a son, George Robert, Jr.,
at the Bridgeport hospital on Friday,
July 29th. The newcomer is the third
child born to the couple. Mrs. Wynus
was formerly Miss Gladys Plumley,
aaugnter of Dr. and Mrs. Burton a.
Plumley of State, street. The two
Wynus children, Beverly and Shirley
are the guest of their grandparents
for a few weeks.
GERALDINE FARRAR IS SUED
BY LOU TELLEOEN FOR SEPARATION
Saturday, August 6, 1921
Mr. and Mrs. Burton B. Plumlev
Jr., and daughter, Ruth Elaine, of
.Newcastle, Indiana, are the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Plumley of State
street. The trip was made by motor.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hawkes of
the Iroquois Apartments are spend
ing " the week-end at Sound Beach.
Stamford.
The case of Albert Buttery was
heard in the town court yesterday
morning. He was chargeed with neg
lect of his children. Judge Jonathan
Grout found him guilty and imposed
a sentence of 30 dfays in jail. The sen
tence was suspended and he was put
in care of Probation Officer Arthur
Bennett.
Miss Helen Ringrose, who for the
past month has been in charge of the
playground at the Catholic Com
munity house has returned to her
home in New Britain. In a few
weeks Miss Ringrose will begin a
course at the Social Service in Hartford.
Mrs. Henry Raymond of the Hed
delong on Fairfield avenue; has re
turned to her home after visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Bond of Hartford for a
week.
- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bickel of 471
Seaview avenue are entertaining for
two weeks Mrs. Ruth Fluck of Pal
myra, N. X.
New Tork, Aug. 6. Charging locked
doors and a wife vanished from His
home at No. 20 West . 74th street,
Lou Tellegen, matinee idol and hus
band of Geraldine Farrar, according
to his lawyer, has brought suit for
separation against the Metropolitan
Opera star. . . - .
Harry N. Steinfeld of No. 140, West
4 2d street announced last night that
the suit was filed on grounds of de
sertion in Westchester County Thurs
day, and the summons and complaint
was served on Miss Farrar Thursday
night at her home on West 74th
street.
Telleg-en- chan-ges, aocardlng to his
lawyer, that Miss F&as-ar has barred
him- from his home since e returned
from a fishing trip at West End,
Lona? Branch, on Jury 25. On that
date, it is said, he received a note,
handed him by a representative ' of
Alvin Untermyer, lawyer at No. 120
Broadway, requesting him to call at
Mr. TTntermyer's office to talk over
the difficulties which had arisen be
tween Miss Farrar and himself.
"Under no circumstances." said the
note, "are you to enter Mrs. Telle
gen's house or approach her in any
way." It. further informed him that
if he would supply his address, his
wearing apparel and other posses
sions would be sent to him.
Mr. Tellegen returned to New York,
where be put the matter in the
hands of bis attorney. Upon calling
at his home, it is alleged, he found
it inaccessible to him because of . new
locks. It is said rings at the bell
brought him no response and when he
called the house on the telephone
servants informed -him Mrs. Tellegen
was out of the city. The upshot of
the matter, his lawyer said, was his
suit for separation.
The underlying cause of the do
mestic difficulty alleged to exist be
tween the Tellogens has not been
made public bv either side, but it
was hinted that Tellegen's talented
wife did not share his desire for a
quiet home life because of her pro
fessional aspirations. Mir. Tellegen
had epent a month at West End be
fore he received the note that
brought hirn back to the city. It is
said his wife visited him there sev
eral times during the month, the last
time about two days before he re
ceived the note
At the Tellegen home. No. 20 West
74th street, last night a servant said
Miss Farrar is out of the city with
friends and she had left no forward
ing address. At the Ritz-CarHon Ho
tel, where Tellegen is registered, it
'.as said he would be out until late.
Mr. and Mrs. Tellegen were ' mar
ried in 1916, after a romance which
began in California when they were
acting In the movies together. Until
the time of her marriaige. Miss Far
rar always declared emphatically
that she would never marry, as it
would interfere with her career. Tel
legen, a Greek-Dutch-French actor,
appeared here first in 1910 with Sa
rah Bernhardt.
Alvin Untermyer of Guggenheim,
Unitermyer & Marshall, representing
Miss Farrar, said last night:
"It is not true that Miss Farrar
has been served - with any papers
whatev&r in an action for separation
or otherwise, nor have r received any
such papers for her.
"The fake proceedings in which
Tellegen is so disgracefully indulg
ing would justify her in her deter
mination to have nothing further to
do with him. Miss Farrar does not
propose to try her case in the papers
and regrets it has become necessary
to miko this statement in her be
half. She has been far too lenient
with this arrogant man, as every one
wiU realize when her side of tie
story is told."
Mr. Untermyer .refused to say an
other word or to tell where Miss
Farrar is at present.
Steve Feres was tfound guilty of
reckless driving and speeding on the
main highways. A fine of $25 and
costs was imposed. Feres was ar
rested bv Sheriff Elwood Monday
evening as he was about to cross the
line at Ash Creek.
Robert Hcbson. who was arrested
on Penfleld road by Arthur Bennett,
had judgment suspended in his case
and was freed on payment of costs.
Officer Bennett waited tiiree hours
n a hope of getting Hobson and at
midnight when he was returning
from a dance he was arrested.
Ray Randall has returned from his
motor trip to Lovell, Maine, for his
son, Arthur, who had spent a month's
vacation at Camip Kentpik.
in Nw Britain recentlv and is said to
have enjoyed himself.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer of
Bridgeport are spending a two
weeks vacation at the "Florida" cot
tage. Pine Creek, beach.
Catherine and Helen Stuart, who
had been spending a week at the
Golden Rod' cottage, Faimeia
beach, have returned to their home
in Ansonia.
Fred' Granville is expected to take
a position in Garwood. N. J., and is
expected to leave for his destination
shortly.
Jack Lynch rural carrier for Fair
field, is spending his vacation in Bos
ton and will return Monday. John
Dunleavey is substituting for Lynch.
The Dunont Fafbrikoid Co. is to
give an outing for its employes on
August 20. The factory grounds will
be used for the big time.
Examination of candidates for the
Fairfield postmastership will take
place a week from tomorrow, August
12. It is expected that the results of
these examinations will be made
shortly and that the appointment
will be made by the 1st of September.
John M. Donaldson is the selection
of the Republican town committee
for the position but this fact does
not debar others from taking the
tests. It is understood that ap
pointments are made largely n-pon
political standing of the candidates
so it is probable now that Mr. Don
aldson will be appointed.
Thirty-two children from the Cath
olic Community house playground en
joyed a delightful picnic at Pleasure
Beach, yesterday.
Professor and Mrs. E. H. Sprague
have returned to their home in
Orono, Me., after spending a few days
in this city as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Williard Sprague of Brewster
street.
MAY EXPECT
LIGHT HARVEST
Prospect of a light harvest for Con
necticut farmers is reveated in the
crop survey of the state announced
r yesterday by Secretary L. H. Healey
of the state board of agriculture,
; apples and potatoes being short of
expectations a month ago, Secertary
Healey's survey was carried on this
week. The hay crop is considered
. nearly normal throughout the state.
Peaches are abundant in the chief
fruit growing sections.
Fairfield County Apples. 25 to 70
per cent, of a crop. Peaches, 5 per
; cent. Potatoes, early ones a failure,
late 50 per cent. Hay, 100 per cent.,
: with 2 0 per cent, yet to harvest
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' Make yonr face a business
asset. Don't be turned
down because of a poor
skin when Resiliol Soap
and Ointment can be
obtained at little cost
from any druggist and
usually clear away
eczema, rashes, ete
quickly and easily.
TrU trm. Dl. -T.
Baslnis. BmltSwm M
Resinol
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This August Sale brings
real bargains .to the pros
pective purchaser of Ca
noes. OLD TOWNE
CANOES
25 OFF
during our
AUGUST SALE
Our Canoes are distinc
tive Let us show them
to you.
Balcony.
American
Hardware Stores
Incorporated.
Fairfield Ave. & Middle St.
"All that is Hardware and
, More."
Mrs. Hannah Graham of Lewis
street is spenidng several weeks at
ner cottage at Silver Sands beach. On
Tuesday evening she will entertain
a number of employes from the How
land Dry Goods Company.
Miss Margaret Walsh of Black
Rock avenue is spending a few weeks
in Hartford as the guest of relatives.
Mrs. John Peterkin of Plainfield,
N. T.. is the guest of Mrs. Frank M.
Patterson of K" i n ntrppt strntfnr
for several weeks.
Mrs. Jane Weidlich of Park street
iss pending a few weeks at Pine
Grove.
John McDonald, who is taking the
summer course at New Tork Univer
sity is the guest of his parents, on
Nobel avenue, over the week-end.
The members of the Federation of
clubs of the T. W. C. A. held a very
delightful beach party on Thursday
night at Fairfield beach.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clark and fam
ily of Fremont street are spending
the summer at Niantlc, Conn.
Mrs. Catherine Artmoriarity of
State street left today for a two
weeks vacation in Brooklyn, N. T.
Miss Cathine Bostworth of 656
Williams Kf-ro&-F wa
- - ..ws UUOi.u o.t a, de
lightful party held yesterday at her
kiltie miss Kostworth cele
brated her fourth birthday anniver
sary. Among the guests were: Miss
Dorotbv Ofvn .Toon ,
Edna Baker, Miss Lucy DeToro, Miss
, . . -""ss -reniarea, miss Ruth
and William Rrnv ami "m r . -m-i
Wrens.
Bridgeport Girls
Attending Big
Convention.
Miss Esther Burr, of 59 East Eaton
street, and Miss Jean Lindsey, of 74 9
Wood avenue, are the Bridgeport dele
gates to the Presbyterian convention
which is now being held at Stony
Brook, Long Island, N. Y.
The sessions of the conference are
held and the delegates are housed in
the spacious buildings of Stony
Brook Assembly, a Presbyterian in
stitution whose objects are the ex
tension of the fundamental truths of
Christianity and the establishment of
a Christian school for boys where
the Bible will be given a high place
in the curriculum in connection with
the highest order of intellectual train
ings. The delegates are taking regular
courses in Bible study, home mis
sions, teacher training, cradle roll
work, advanced young people's lead
ership work, life work choice for a
Christian and kindred subjects. Each
day the group is' addressed on these
subjects by prominent Presbyterian
clergymen from New York, -New Jer
sey and Connecticut
William Pilton, scoutmaster of
Troop 8 of the Boy Scouts of New
field church, will leave today for four
weeks' vacation at Camp Matichuan
in New Milford.
Sergeant and Mrs. James H. Bray
and family of 680 Williams street,
will leav"V on Monday for a vacation
bf two weeks on Long Island.
The members of the Peqnonnock
Yacht club will hold a Salt Air Car
nival on August 15th. at the club
house on California street.
VITAL STATISTICS
Births
To Lome and Kathleen McDougall,
2915 North Main street, son.
To Albert and Mary Krause, Mad
ison avenue, son.
To Samuel and Anna Gremnger,
Milford Point Road, Milford, son.
To William and Ethel Conway,
2030 Park avenue, son.
To Royal and Marjoria Taylor, New
Haven Road, New. Haven, daughter.
To Samuel and ' Mearama Raskin,
139 Fourth street, daughter.
Marsjages
John Wisko, 29, of 1054 Reservoir
street, and Mary Carson, 21, of 259
Trumbull Road.
BLAME EMPTY BOTTLE
TPOR FOREST BLAZE
i n.o A .if From time
immemorial bottles have etaa-ted all
sorts of trouble but tney were ooi
tles filled with liquids.
.i ... nnniAc an emntv bottle
Uw -
with the charge against it of having
started a forest nre.
John S. Brender, district ranger of
. i -i , - 1. v.itinnal "Forest, re-
Llie V cuaw.net ' - - - -
ports a fire which started in the for
est recently and that onginaieu m an
empty pickle bottle.
Brender, while cruising about in
the forest, discovered a burned spot,
with the bottle in the center of it.
showed a bubble in
the glass that had focussed the .sun's
rays and started the nre, according i
his report sent to forest headquarters
here. 11
Mrs. -May B. Rose and daughters.
Miss Ruth, Miss Marion and Miss
Bessie of 844 North avenue, and Miss
-Dn nf US Weils street, will
L . ' ' .
leave today for a month's motor trip
to the Berkshire nuis ana iuc v
Mountains.
FAIR
Each Day Adds to the Popularity
And Success of Fair Acres
Nothing in the world but bard clean-cut facts are required to popularize Fair
Acres, because this beautiful property has right now, at the opening of the sale all the
attractions and advantages that come to the ordinary property after years of develop
ment work if at all.
A fortune expended on development could not buy attractions to mateh the splen
did Fairfield Beach.
Another fortune could not bring a property right up to the main line of travel
either by trolley or private conveyances.
A fortune might aproach but surely never equal the beautiful surroundings and
still another fortune could be invested in trying to attract the sort of neighbors that are
already at Fair Acres. .
There is every feature thai the home-builder seeks already on the grounds. The
future is but a matter of trimming Tip and rounding out the work already accomplish
ed by nature and our neighbors.
Fair Acres makes a dignified appeal to every person who visits the property.
It will appeal to you.
If you cannot conveniently come to u call our sales manager, who will send-a
representative and arrange to convey you to the property.
FAIR ACRES OFFERS
Exceptional Homesites Very Reasonably Priced
(lower than they should be Sower than they will be)
AND ON VERY EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT
10 Initial Payment 2 Per Month
No Taxes No Interest for a Year 10 Discount for Cash Full Protection
Every deferred payment contract contains out Non-forfeiture Clause protecting you
against loss through failure to pay becaus? of sickness, loss of employment, etc., etc.
VISIT FAIR ACRES TODAY
Even now we may be selling th? very lot you 'would choose.
Drive out from Bridgeport, turn to left at Fairfield Town Han and the Green, passing the beau
tiful grounds of Miss Annie Jennings, and yon are at Fair Acres.
Or. drive on a bit further along the Post Road to the residence of DeVer TT. Warner, turning
into Penfleld Road (the most used road to Fairfield Beach and yon will have reached onr office on
property. V
Or, you may drive a bit farther still, passing Flint's corner, and the Rowland house, the resi
dence of Thos. Iiashar, and you are at the other main road of Fair Acres.
Trolley Takes You Right to Penfield Road. Jitney to Office on Property.
F. E. LALLEY
i OWNER AND DEVELOPER t ;
Office on the Property Phone Noble 2696
OR 647 WATER STREET, PHONE . BAR. 7560-7561
. W. J. HISTON, Sties Manaaer
Meat Department
Fresh Chopped Meat . . 12c lb., 3 lbs. for 30c
Pure Cider or White
Wine Vinegar, full
gallon 30c
Lenox Soap, 4 bars 15c
Ammonia, full quarts 20c
New Orleans Molasses,
full gallon . ...... . 89c
Baking Molasses full
- gallon 69c
Sawyer's Blue, 2 bottles
25c
Bridgeport Public Market
State and Bank Sts. Phones.
FIRST MORTGAGE
$5,000
7 Property Value $14,000
Secured by First Mortgage on local property valued at $14,000.
The ample security back of it, its high yield and being free from tax,
makes it a most desirable investment. We can furnish mortgages
equally attractive, ranging from $300 and upwards.
Full Particulars on Application to
THE TITLE GUARANTY & TRUST CO.
886 Main St.
Bridgeport, Conn.
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4 possessor &a passer
EVER notice the difference beWen a x
possessor of money and a passer? One
is a possessor because he manages to keep
a goodly portion of his earnings for
himself. The other passes his lmoney
onto others -ffpiTiw as fast as he gets
it. The possessor looks calm,
and rjf unworried while the pass
er often looks anxious.The gulf between
the two widens with time as the poss
essor keeps busy managing his estate,
while the passer "keeps on racing
with the coUectofcfe Be a -possessor.
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SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
The City National Bank
928 Main. Comer Bank St
BASEBALL G
00DS
The Bridgeport Evening Times
Makes Following Offer To Live, Hustling Boys Who
Can Bring . In New Yearly Readers To The
Times In The Next 30 Days.
ANOTHER MONTH OF VACATION TO GET
BUSY!
For 4 yearly subscribers REACH $2.50 official league balls
For 4 yearly subscribers REACH $2.25 official junior
league balls
For 12 yearly subscribers REACH $9.00 catcher's mitts
For 6 yearly subscribers REACH $4.00 body protectors
For 7 yearly subscribers REACH $5.00 fielders' finger
gloves
For 7 yearly subscribers REACH $5.00 catcher's masks
For 7 yearly subscribers REACH $5.00 first baseman's
mitts
For 3 yearly subscribers REACH $2.00 world's series bats
For 10 yearly subscribers REACH $7.00 uniform (shirt,
trousers, cap)
For 9 yearly subscribers REACH $6.00 tennis rackets
For 1 yearly subscriber REACH 60c tennis balls
A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR JUNIOR LEAGUE
TEAMS TO EQUIP THEMSELVES
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Sporting Goods Contest Dept.
Gentlemen:
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This special offer runs from August 1st to Septem
ber 1st only. Rring your entry blank to The Rridqenort
Times Office, 179 Fairfield Avenue, Bridgeport, Conn as
none will be mfriled to entries. Now is the time for bovs
to get busy and equip their teams with proper Reach
goods without paying The Times one cent of money All
goods are absolutely free and it is not necessary for vou
to collect any money from your subscribers. We verifV
all subscribers' signatures. muy
Plenty of sporting goods for all contestants
tell you how.
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