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   Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1921, Bridgeport, Connecticut                               EIGHT THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1921. Y.W.C. A. BRANCHES HAKEMANY PLANS FOR CHRISTMAS is to be a season of much interest In tho Y. W. C. A., and many plane are now bolnfn made. The hoiday iprofftranjl commoncon with a jEhrlstmaB play given Sunday afterrfoon at tha headquarters on Colden Hill street. The little net, called "The Waif." ,portrayod the the story of the Christmas Spirit that was lost. The together with Servloo and Faith, wander searching for tho Spirit and flnally .find it by following n star. The star leads to the stable In Bethlehem and the scono there por- trayed was vory realistic and well done. Florence wan tin1 Waif: Hazel Simpson-, Greed; Mabel Hallett, Vanity; Pearl Simpson, Sor- row, Madeline. Thorpe, treasure; Beatrice Simpson, Faith; Treat, Service; Sylvia Johnson, Mary, Mothci- of Christ; and Miss D. .Dlmon Miss Romano and Miss S. Sanford.. the Three Wise Men. Yesterday at tho CJoldon Hill street Tironch. Ih'o Grade School Girl He- serves held a iparty. Uurlng the noon lour, the young; high school Rlrls held a little, party, from until o'clock, evenng from until the Employed Girl Reserves irtll told their own special enter- teinment and social. Tomorrow, the International Service Center will hold a party for the Itali- an Women's Council, at o'clock In the afternoon. Then again, in the evening, there will bo a Institute party given for all tho non-English members. This will take at o'clock. 22. tho members of the (Phyllis Whoatloy branch will hold a Christmas party at thoir i-lubroonw 00 Beach- street. December 29, at the Golden Hill street headquarters, the High school dlrl 'Reserves will give a party from until o'clock. On Christmas day, the members of the industrial Service Center will hold their party and celebration, On the following day. December 26, they will hold a dance. (December 30, at tho International Center1, the childron will hold a llttlo -party with Old Santa Clans himself. The party will be for both Christmas and Ne-v Tear's. On tho same day, members of the High school Girl Reserves will hold a celebrattpn nt tho Phyllis Wheat- jey branch of tho Y. TV. C. A. January 2, the Phyllis Whentloy members -will 'hold a Yonr's ro- ,coptlon from 4 until 10 o'clock. of Movie Stars- CO.LEEN MOORE'S DADDY C. H. Morrison, father of tlio pop- ular Colleen Moore, .ami hero pic- tured with her, was born In Port Huron, Michigan. In 1ST5. When his ywmc daughter Induced her mother to bring her 'to Hollywood. California, to start upon her motion Victuvo career, Mr. Morrison nugh- InKly remarked that hn would not civo up his business interests and but wduild await their curly return. Alter walling fur more than throe years, and Moclni his daughter rapidly climb the lad tier of fame, be wnltlntr ,m< camn to Hollywood tc' loin That was a little more ttmn a yea tturi and hu gave up Ills iMUKlim other business liucrscts except n Irensnrer of the James K. Morrlso Co., ol1 Detroit, proiUicllon englnc.ori Ho is In asbestos nun- near Olobc, Arizona. A political candlldalo called on a Qutiltor family and asked to see the "Take a said 1hu wlfo "my hunhnnd will seo tlioo hc.ro'." Tho candidate waited a IOIIR time, and ntmlly called out, thought you. vour lusbnii. would sec mo." Up sutU. hath seen answered the wife, but Inasmuch ns ho liked not thy looks, lo, he hath gone hlH ways._______- Cardinal Manning was a ciulavei ous man, and ilWcr looked rohus On0 day ho visited a certain cor vont In Liverpool. Thu eoult lit 111 convent, nn 'Irishwoman, wan pr< Merited to the C'ardlnal. She receive bis blpaslns In silence, and I liei glancing ut hla omncliitcd forn siild: "Miiy tbc hord lu'i'sorvo yoi cniincnco, and njay Ciod tw-rlvu yoi il A Week for the Best Titles in Sunday Post Caption Contest Hundreds are striving for it. I Why not you? t TRY WRITING A TITLE FOR THIS PICTURE k I I' m HAVER CO. TO REDUCE WORKING FORCES SATURDAY IIMtTI''OKP, bourns oi: the  bnkld tobacco luclortiM in Slbcriiv and 'the privilege of es- inbllshliiK tobacco farms In tin: Amur region. ____ Tho niifsemuid arrived home in n terrlblo state of panic- cried, "I've, been and pono and lost why on earth didn't you speak to a police- man, you silly Blrl? asked tbe dis- tracted mother. "T was." answered tho nursemaid. ANNIVERSARY WEEK 7. Big Smashing AcU Now PUying Al-Marklc Gay-Nell __ Marion Brinn .Inxx Huliy 'I'lic J-'niiioiiN Mltle l''ulrflclil _fili'l _______ _ George Alexander Co. Iu "Iliiril-Molli'il Ilnmi.iton" lUlly MUK'i' Stephen _ Cliaioplnln __ iHiiU'lln Van Dyke Sfhiiol of Record An Improniptn nehenrMl with Frank lUclmrdson Co. Frank Walnwtey In "Comlcnllilwi otTute" Fern-Bif low King In "A Qnlnt Iteming." PATHE NEWS WM. S. HART in "3 Word Brand" UorslNfi STORY of IjOVH mill TUB "SAWING A WOMAN IN HALF" Ami six otlirr forking Tin- Most NuiMitloiml Art JH Vaudeville THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Will Rogers, in "An Unwilling Hero." Feclerico nnri Kllo (ect, Gnrnpld avenue. The linglo ConstrncUon ftnipnny to I be Xewneld Bank nnd Trust company, HO feet, 'Bishop avenue. I30n2rge Prlcdmnn to T-anl' Oold- DMT, 9.1 feet, Adam street, Bva J. RliiUer Vltnle to City Savings hnnlt, -K, feel, Becchmont Jl The TSrwIn M. Jennings company ngnlnst' Siirnli A, K.'egan SiiHIvnn nnd JaniPs W. Keegan, 2f, feet, f.o- street. __ pri't tbe roles of Stiinrt PatonV tumoUB fled Hnok story. I'Yanlt Slnfl'iii'd hv M'arli' Stone offers a wood Him. talrv talc "Hip Vnn Winkle' iWuri." Honey, Lewis ami Ciriico In "On Tho Course" also scored. Oilier aJl completed ajgnod b SOME OF CITY'S "DANDIES" WEARING "SIDEBOARDS IT'S HERE Twice Daily At Popular Prices THE COMMON LAW By Robert W. IS MARRIAGE NOTHING BUT A RIGMAROLE? I Above picture. It wa> firrt printed in The Sunday Post. It needs a title to describe it. For the- beat titie submitted for it, The Sunday Post is going to pay content is open to all, save employes of the Post Publishing company. Age or occupation will bar none. SoapKr write yow title on the back of a post card and mail to the Title Editor of The Sunday Port, 140 Middle street week's contest Thursday night. Another wiD begin Sunday. Follow the title contest in The Sunday Post Although "sideboards" bcloni? to' another KpnernUdii as dBinoiiHtralcd the iiholoRriiphu grandfathtir thai hunt! in Ihn front room, many III1 Iho yulinK dandiuB of Hridpfuiiurt luive lulic-n tlielr "sideboards" out yf i lie inutb balls, so to spoalc, and nlKhtly limy he soon Iu the dunce' halls of BrlilKuport Htopplni? mil wllh a menu pair ot misplaced eve brow.i biindsomuly olhiRliiK liie slib' nl' tlielr Itciuls. 'l.'bu petit mustache ban also been wate.ri'd up quite, a bit durliiK present wlnlwr seiismi .ind many youiiK men may ini ween running wild on the streets nf HrldKopnrt with tlioHO addltiuns In ibeir lip, oven though they weren't an Hccorul lloillcnantH In tlio World War. lOvi-ii HuiiiBh I hero iiullo a "sideboards" now In existence In tliis city It does not nect'HBarlly mean llml ibis li'is beuonn I ho nige, In some It rlo- niili-s noHiliiK nmro tlinii that the wearr-r Is Ht'11 "f work and Is Ktlll imiUliiB ii feeble allonipl lo look prosperous. Leading scientists nl' Bridgeport nnd, nlhor Hectlons of Ihn uounlry lire at a loss to deter- mlnf! Ill" Hclonllllc, original Inn ut ".slduboarils" and what their real purpose in ii. llarwln would undoubtedly advance Iho theory ot nvnliitlon uplilled to "sidebiuirdH in thoir K'cnerlc nrlRlnallon If ho wcro here, bill, for tho lac.It of fi Uarwln, eonjot'tiirn must, take Iho pluuo of deduction. "Sideboards" for Hie most pnrl. bung down and wuvo Idly in tho wind, Somotimufi n cnv young lilado wtahine to Htand lii'wi'll with tliu.Dld man will Bprotil a pair of "slilobtiarda" In ordor to inako Iho old b'cnt bnllovo bo htin money In the bank, but even this mclbml bus been known to fail, PnrhaiiH an explanation at. this tlmo In appropriate for thoHa who are llablti I" become confused foo- tworn tho lerm "sideboards" and thn ancient "mutton chops" which In eai'lli'i' yearn adorned the faces mir nnccsuirs. The "mnt.toii chops" Ix'Kiin In Hi'1 iipproslmalu vUilnlly ni1 Hie iiinuth nnd roauhod up lo au.a Uicludinu a iiolut tlia and o o liven Mr. Webster Failed to Find Enough adjectives to Describe the Superlative Quality of This Program. William Fox Pretcnb WILLIAM FARNUM in P-E-R-J-U-R-Y In Which Mr. Farnum Eiwctrthe GrwUit Role of His DUtinfutihed Story IrlhiV Fivcilom Tolil In OVIillTUIlK: "WfAWS AND SllltPEfS" HIPPODROME TWO FEATURES BIG DOUBLE FEATURE BILL CHARLES CHAPLIN in "The K.ninin.v ii MIHII.' t'.i- "old 111 A lowest portliiii of tin; hair on the side of n. mun'H bend stops, Tills portion of. hair which eiidenvored Lo roach down from I bo bend to loin with Iho "million chops" on !hn side of the fnec wan commonly referred lo us "sideboards." The niiiHliii'lui rlurlnif the cen- turies thai it IHIH been In .nxlmoneo lias been a subject of iiitieh abuse hy cerlaln Individuals. ArehiioolnRlMlw have uncovered tablels written In ancient Knyptlan hloroK'lyphlcs (is early IIH Ibree tbous.'inil years ns'o whli'b plainly Indicate that mustaches In tbosii early ilays were rnl'errcd lo as "soup strainers." Back llfly yeurs IIRO when a man could slill obtain a Rlass of beer in the I'nltcd States wllhoiit belns arrested I'm- breach nt the peace, treason, or trading wllli the? ohemy. It was a sln'n of distinction lo sUiKKer out with a. bit of funni merrily dlnRliiK to 11 mustache, lint diirliiB Iho liifil few years Ih" mustache bus more or less Idle. Ibl" reason iminy men have (ione nwiiy with them alto- gether. At. tlie prcHPiil lime the inusliieho fltn.nds out as somelbliiK I but bn.3 iifii. been taxed by municipal, stine or federal law. Tbe mustache really became most promlncnl dnrlnpr Hie laic win- wltb Oriiinny. Nearly all tho second lieutenants in Hie United Stales iirmy who could accomplish I bo feat raised mustaches. Thorn has been much speculation as to the cause behind this Koneral fowl-lion, bill the BOIICII.I consensus or opinion was that in some canes It made them look lllcc olllcern 'Ihl.i theory wltb much enQtro- versy, especliilly aninnK the but has been to a, larfi'e ox- tent. Hoverol IlrldR-eporli boys when interviewed ill. the American Lesion hoiidniiartoi's last nltfht ndvnneed the ni-Ktimont thnl II Kave the "coollea" H place lo me.et. Several other Ihlntfs eonlil be said renaming mustaches lielntf ii hindrance to a lirsl class courlshlp, but Inasiiuicli nci Hie French Klrls never minded them niiicb. little nued bo said rot'iirding tills liulnt. STRAND TODAY EDITH ROBERTS In Ilic I.'HIIIIHIH Sloi'.v OPEN SHUTTERS A I'lctmt; of and IJIV WOHHIII'S MaRlc'liry Happiness. 'I'oinori'ow, Corhinc EMPIRE THEATRE TODAY AND WEDNESDAY Katherine Mac Donald "Trust Your Wife" of Folly wllb new li'k' I'NIVBUSAJ; KEWB. COMING THURSDAY NIGHT THE CASINO MARK DIVITO'S ORCHESTRA TONIGHT SKATING It Makes You Graceful AT ARMORY USUAL GOOD-TIME AT THE FARM Dancing Every Tucs. Sat. Admission 40c, Inc. Tax LIBERTY TATK ST. MAT. 7 I'liM Xatlnniil I'ltwiU- LIONEL BARRYMORE Xincrli'ii's (JrcalcM Arlnr III JIM THE PENMAN hi 7 Acts Extra Comedy in 2 Acts Wild-Willey ELITE Main rinirlOK St. JVI. N. LEARN TO DANCE IIKill IMHMI.S i'rlvuio or Clns.s I.CHSOIIK Dully SrliiH'liler's IhincliiK Ntuillos. 133 Central A.ve. 8-19 J'nrk Avu Afternoon Tel. Bar. 1636. TOM MOORE in "MADE IN HEAVEN" It's HIM or too liilc to li'imi lo lakiKli "lib Tom Moon- ill liln I'lilllcklim. liiiimnt iHiiiuHlli'x. l-'riuii (lie lij U'llllam Iliirllinl. fi'iiliii'.i WEST EN1 Ti-l. Bar. TT7S. TONIGHT Henry B. WalUudl MARY AMjEN "PARTED CURTAINS" An absorbing tale of lov I treachery and amid the boauty of soclet, and (ho slums of York. DANCE and BASKET BALI Glenbrook, ot Glmbrook, Conn. Vets of Foreign Wa TOMORROW NIGHT THE CASINC Including Dlri'i'llon IKK' Oa'eitS. FOLLOW THE CROWD. NEWSPAPER!   

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