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Middletown Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1925, Middletown, New York f f T M V MIDDLETOWN DAILY HERA LD THURSDAY JULY Misses Hosts HI Misses Ruth and kins daughters of Mr and Mrs A E Hopkins of Academy avenue entertained three tables of bridge last at their Refreshments were served later in the Those attending of Mrs Lillian at K L 71 Sprague nue has his Miss Hetty Knight of Buffalo as his for a few days Gamma Delta Frances Louise Herman Holds Meeting and Hopkins David Buell Ernest O'Brien t f Yesterday afternoon at three o'clock six of bridge were in play HI the residence of Mrs William n 2 Com- mon wealth avenue In honor of Miss Marie Han The for high alley went to Mrs John A Mrs J C Klein of ray Mrs A Wilson ami M Flushing 1 I Mrs velt York ot New Under of The regular meeting of the Gamma Delta was held Tuesday evening in the home of Miss on California avenue absence of the president president Miss Kuth Newman Miss Sylvia Spitz who h on tion at Bradley Beach the vice- presided Plans are being formulated for a rummage sale for the of the community centre also are being completed for u series of entertainments ut the various tels and boarding houses out the summer season A gift prize was awarded Alias Mr j Gertrude Hirsch Weiler of MONTGOMERY PLANS COMEDY Pocahontas Campfire to State Play m Grange Hall July and Mra Blanco and daughter of Newark N J are visiting her father Thomas cone of Union street A comedy Homey Turns the Trick will be given by the Cam yd re Girls iu the C range Hall on Wednesday July 15 Those who will take part MLss Murle Miss Cue Selgman Anna Selgman Miss Helen Kllen Oath Miss Haven Agnes Hall and Miss Marlon Crab tree Wilfor Osborne now working in moved family here from N J Ho Is ing his home with his father Ceo A Daniel A Shater Jr lias let for tho erection of a White House Renovation Ousts Foreign Designs AJam Style Spouted By Former Capital Art According Museum Chief of John D and family left for where chief will attend 2nd tional Annual Convention of Chiefs of Mr and Mrs Myrtle avenue and Sir and Mrs Hiram Hortun n left this morning for a motor northern New York in- Lake Albany and Falls will friends In alt places before Khome j 32 hy SO to be built on his After the meeting refreshments properly at tho cross roads to John were served in with u j local contractor social hour j Two have been eil by H und delivered r j to Park a large Mrs of this Village and two weeks vacation i Thy signs are painted i WASHINGTON July you hear what I de- manded a white and gold chair In tho While House room addressing XV cabinet Did J hear main from the Metropolitan Museum refer to us la j It Certainly sounded like that j to Interrupted a with a decided French Accent commented white and gold chair whose short ering revealed graceful legs of an empire cast I understand we are all to be put out In faror of some early All I can say Is I have no de- sire to stay where I am uot chimed in a continental chaise creaking just as the arrival ot a with a duster put an end to conversation The foreign element among the White House furniture was cor- rect In its apprehensions It Is doomed despite Its graceful ten- ii ro since President Monroe's day the White all for scrapping white anil gold chairs and in- ot mahogany designed R T H Halsey of the New York Metropolitan Museum ot Fine Arts spent a day the contents of executive mansion and wound up by saying they were terrible Two hod rooms and the famous green room are to be done over ia the early American or Adam design Thr j available which must also necessary repairs will not suffice to do over the red or blue or slate dining The Adam design is that proved by Washington Jefferson and Monroe who had lived In France introduced the French design considerable of which predominates in a of styles and periods from early walnut to post civil war In the two presidential rooms there are to be four ter beds with hangings ot replicas of early American fabrics above them In the weaving over Mr Coolidge's bed will be a ness of George Washington over Mrs bed will he ings woven with a reproduction of DEFENSE FOR SCOPES TALKS TO REPORTERS Giro City Key Over to Reporter Hire fay witb Mrs Shoemaker of 0 Crescent Place FIND BODY OF DROWNED GIRL Dr and Mrs 1 Park avenue Xew have a number of city will spend oil Inn B 3 ot Vork city who In thU in s ill Lost Hudson Sunday in A of tho Savings Hank will bin annual dinner In the of the institution Friday evening nt the Mitchell Inn Miss Crarn of aica L I is I of her sister C VV lit 1 ml ii In the on farm of Mr and MIM early Tuesday an Air i rind York roni Inly IT Ml KM V C aro fur or July body of ch who drowned In lie hero Sunday had confirmed thin Two near thu bank at the river from the place where met lior death of I hat in nil the with crampH while swimming but have led the coroner to believe vas in from two i anil rained into deep wilier will In no of the HOT NKW VOKK July CM lain bruise I he hoi hei i after four i and fun at i I'M I 1 a 11 in in red whilo and blue Stuart soli of Rev find Mrs Aaron C Stuart of the left for on in lake in biology and physics an In the Y school Mrs Harris of town hat to her homu Mri J Harvey Harris on Union a I reel Tim Young of liH will hold IU monthly ui Hi humo of Mra Suydam noil Saturday at annual picnic ilay of hit of will lie held at fin Inly All of and their are Invited A In Alice Mould uf j culled nl HID home I of Mr Mini Joseph M j mi j A CrUl of to York hint In new Nash Harold 1C who lias been 1 at I In New York city i vacation with hi i jir and Mrs K liy American craftsmen Frankliu medal an to nut away from produced just after the first pean Influence i sion of the continental congress STRIKE DELAY IS UNLIKELY President Lewis to Make note Speech At Hotel of ADJOURNMENT FRIDAY Mi i A of nml da Miss Harriet a In ATLANTIC N J July 9 likelihood of will avert a threatened appeared this m 22 mine operators and liO ot the United Mine gathered at HID for the Hess I Dii oT their wage j conference I John I f.i-wl'i of miners hi make Iho W Ion ID speak the with of carh will ho to The AT POLO GROUNDS FOR DOUBLE Huge Throng Watches Giants And Pirates Fight It Out for Lead SCOTT IN BOX FOR McGRAW GROUNDS N Y July 9 thousand fans swarmed here this afternoon to see the arid Pittsburgh Pirates fight for place In a double header World series crowds jammed the reserve police were sind called out lack Scott was sent Box for the Giants and Emil Yde was on mound for Urn Pirates I will and Cooch New York Scott lo i lake and the j und j ls o more n a allI nil will bo j in ken Friday July IT lo j 0 i til a conference of I York n 1 of No 1 G ATHER together the biggest you can aud phone for foam Washer n Maying cr Outstanding Maying 1 2 Washes cleaner 3 Largest capacity in the world 4 Most space only H inches square 5 Iu h n n rot swell split 6 to your 7 Clothes can bo put in out with the wnjlicr running 8 Tub sell clean 9 All metal Self adjusting suint release for World when convenient do the nny or nil other Make the comparison thorough Find the Maytag's principle of water lence washes twice tea others Why you will average 50 Ihs of dry clothes HII hour Why you will ob- tain snow-white wristbands and cuffs without Silks linens in 3 to 7 minutes Why and how the cast aluminum tub cleans itself in 30 seconds Then there's the all-metal er low design right where you want n to water line Feed it blankets or chiefs is automatic release instantaneous 1 Prove all these things in your own home The Maytag will be brought lo you No obligation whatever Don't We want you to make THIS test before you make your decision to buy 1 alier p here will he nf delegated of mines in I hat slate and David state bureau of 11 us fur joint Kowoy of William of Iowa hern by Iho Si Department of None four IM to par in thn score by 0 0 0 0 Mousel uT New York jot homer in last of the 4lh PRAYER IS ANTIDOTE TO PREVENT DIVORCE EVERYONE SEEMS HAPPY DAYTON Tenn July 9 No one Is happier than the newspaper men that the small of Dayton is to be the scene of Scopes trial Jf this trial were to be held Jn a big city the reporters and would spent most of thelf time in taxies and on foot to locate the principals In the CMC And if a reporter were In one part of town with one of the principals ha would never be sure what was at the other end Not so in Dayton The line of march of those in the case extends from the Aqua hotel to the law of- fice of Hicks and Hicks less than a city block It would be possible for a reporter to park himself in front of the hotel or drug store all day and never get scooped The informality of attorneys on both sides and Scopes himself makes it easy to keep in touch with the latest moves Dr John K Neal chief of defense counsel with law book and a pack of letters under his arm keeps from the reporters The Hicks Brothers Sue and Herb members of the prosecuting counsel tell them everything liam J Bryan Sue la particularly obliging He sees to it that reporters meet the town's I pretty girls The hospitable young attorney has an automobile and if a reporter indicates that he would enjoy it Sue will arrange a double date for a trip over the ridge in the evening One of the town's young men has a car stripped down to a racer painted yellow The owner seems to consider the car public property for in the course of a morning one can see a dozen different drivers behind the wheel Any time a re- porter or a photographer wants to use the car he calls on the owner and gets the key SCATTERED SHOWERS MING KANSAS RELIEF KANSAS Mo July Scattered showers only slight relief to Kansas and western Missouri today mercury soared to 106 in places in and to 100 in SM City Heit wen reported Kansas towns und several were overcome here The ADDS TWO HORSES GOSHEN July added two to his string They belong to C H hompson of New York City has renti a the Parkway Stables for the COSH UN PERSONALS GOSHEN July W Martin N JL is the piest of Mr and Mrs S If Puff of 190 Main street Harold S Knapp New City is spending a two weeks tion with his parents Mr and Mrs C S Knapp fi Railroad Are 1ST C N Krans Palm Beach and Tropical Wonted SUITS Small Sizes 33 to up to 15.00 Sale Price Model Clothing Store 52 NORTH STREET MIDDLETOWN N Y D ABRAMSON Prop A J Shuttle of Boston So Ad- vises Christian Endeavor NEW YORK PUBLISHERS Noted Editors Art in Of Speakers Line-up PORTLAND Ore July would pray mure there would be less A J tie Boston told the International GATHER AT JAMESTOWN Christian Endeavor convention here j today Families in homes where praying done real old fashioned family prayer have no that lend to the divorce court Christian standards for family for mutual love and under- No married person could retain harsh feelings to hw or her mate when they both kneel In prayer was one of the speakers at the general session today the lust day of the session For homes without HIJ Maying available attachment Dasher N Y July Now York Associated dailies Hi'1 New York State Tress Association New York Stale Association plunged into their joint today a large representation of editors and publishers The program of the included an address by S M liams of the New York World on irin paper Production by J P Pinkham by A- H of the Albany Knickerbocker Press by J D Barnum of cuse and Legislation by F B of the News Thirty phase of newspaper business discussed in n round table of publishers NINETEEN LORDS OF THE HIGHWAY STEAL TRAIN Lamar Posse Stop Train Cap- tyre 21 Pursue Rest Listed and Unlisted Bough Direct Wire to New York Conservative Margin Accounts Solicited John I Damp Chamber Commerce Building Phone 1800 will be credited to depositors in our interest ment on July 1st 1925 Deposits may be made in any amount on or before July tenth and will receive interest from July 1st at Deposits made at other periods during the year will have interest credited from the date the deposit is made Resources over Orange County Trust Company MIDDLETOWN N Y ALL UNDER ONE ROOF j THERE b practically nothing in of attractive printing S- that ive cannot create for you in J a decidedly original fashion J CATALOGUES BROADSIDES J HOUSE ORGANS BOOKLETS CIRCULARS ADVERTISEMENTS SALES LETTERS PROSPECTUS CLOUDBURST CAUSES DAMAGE KAGOYA Torrential Floods Homes and Railways ho Written Illustrated Printed Estimates dummies layouts cheerfully submitted without obligating you Macdonald Service C 831 Building New York Qrr our FRECKLES Maytag Motor WITH CAST ALUMINUM TUB MATTHEWS at caused or homos and hailing of traffic u-cording to a Toklo dispatch to Central Nows worn oil northern Japan tho main railway was reported sub- merged after throe tial ruins Two wore reported dead from a boat wave in Toklo a city lying between Toklo and Osaka visited twice LA MAR Col July hoboes fugitives of an army of 40 which stole A west hound Santa Fe at cuse Kansas and forced the train crew to take them to Colorado were hunted across the prairie by a citizens today The tramps many weapons halted the and i climbed aboard at Syracuse full speed ahead Tho trainmen were forced to comply but inductor tossed a note from O freight asking heln when POU How to reached Lamar j Here's a chance Miss Under SheritT was to try a remedy for freckles ready With an armed posse which i with tKo guarantee of a reliable j the train boarded it that it will not cost 21 tramps and pursued penny unless it removes while if it does give you clear complexion the expense is RAINS ACT AS CHECK ON EAST AVE PAVEMENT I Why We Do the Biggest Optical Business in Middletown DANCK TONIGHT July block lance is expected to ivory attended ns this weekly has to the first to hear the hand and then to the pleasures of the fox trot Tho Dikoman Hose Company is in I his evening Simply net an ounce of double any druff j or department store and a few i should show you how Jessy it is to rid yourself of the it was announced homely freckles and a ful complexion more I than ounce needed for the worse case i Be sure ask the druggist for tin double strength as this j strength is sold under guarantee of money back It It fails it- I move your Recent heavy rains have halted the progress ot work on Kast nue day by Commissioner of John A The Avenue is entirely e 1 now but it will have to dry out somewhat before can and roll he said expressing tho hope that there will bis two or j three days of dry weather 23 years experience in the Optical profession having examined the eyes of thousands of officials and employees of the New York Life Insurance Co and many other prominent companies Have also served in the same capacity throughout Sulliran County having been officially appointed to examine the eyes of about 4200 school children We use only first quality merchandise in filling out prescriptions such as Bausch Lomb lenses which all doctors and optometrists will recommend as the best The frames we use are all of the finest guaranteed goods OUR PRICE For Frame Lenses and examination pay This is enough of a guarantee to assure perfect satisfaction We always carry a Urge assortment of artificial eyes LENSES GROUND ON PREMISES MERMELL OPTICAL CO East Main Street Franklin Square Middletown Li rfcS
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