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Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1926, Bridgeport, Connecticut 'Tjjfuww-r w -v -wp i f' 1 tr THE BRIDGEPORT SEPTEMBER 1026 __ LAST WEEK OF EXCURSIONS BEAR WEST fcOINT ON THC Blue Coach DATS Tues. Wed. Thura. Oo Tin Norwalk. Mt. Klacn. Feekaklll. fWtvrn Tin Peck.xkllt. LT. Hotel A. M. Fare R. T. ftenervatloiM Must He One Tter In Advance. 1770 nr Bar. 27S VALENTINO'S OWN LIFE STORY EXCURSIONS Eastern States Exposition Sept. Ifl to A. M. Horxp Tmr SESQU1CENTENN1AL BOVXP TRIP BEAR MOUNTAIN and WEST POINT A. M. Tuesdays. BOfXD T1HP tlckelH In ndvnnre to to unsure res- ervation. Bridgeport Waterbury Passenger Service 64 Golden Hill .St. B. 5678 N. 4343 Sheik's Hints to Beauties Prove Him Expert Rndolph Valentino In tills Intimate. tlirllllnK Installment of Ills Hfe writes of I'nrls and his honeymoon with the lovely Nataehu Hwnlmvn. I Khoulrt erer he culled upon to Rive nil- ilee to iv wrltew. should udvIT her to spend Honie lime In lie the nuiiilklnu at the Htiop of M. eon- tnrter. where lie chose Xa- Inolm'H He rrwuls HCvrrlH of lit- mull from wontt'il nnd thelv pleus for so they could he moro beautiful In eyes. Ills narra- with heart and frankness. You nhnost feel yon won- iilonjc vvllli the. of nil time on his vacation of love. Excursion To NEW YORK Sunday September 19 Round Trip NEW HAVEN BRIDGEPORT l.SO Lv. New 6.30 a.m. LT. Bridgeport 6.58 a.m. N.w 8.20 a.m. I Returning LT. N.w York 8.00p.m. Itawlwl Tlekate Lmt t. R. Co. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE Bessie Marie Reilly School' Of Dancing 306FAIRFIELD AVE. opem Saturday Afternoon Sept. 1926. AH of diMH-inir tanffht. Special ermine olaswesi tor' todies. i fltMre Danrlmr a Speolaltr ttag Ned Waytmrn MetKod Phone Noble 3472 for information REOFEXIXG OF THE MARGARET O. O'BRIEN SCHOOL OF DANCING rAIRFIELn AVE. 4 Doors West of Broad St. opens Sept. is p M. Che foiloivins flassts start tfpt. 25. 192R. 5firoll now a.s number in classes limited. YOUDR ladies' evening strictly private. All types of tausht in privatt- er lessons. Stajce Duncins a Specially THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL BRIDGEPORT. COXXECTICUT Tlie th'rty-fifth year begins September Applications for artTnisslor. up September 4. .should lie R. F. D. No. 4 Danbury. Conn. September T. call Karniun 2 for perionil interviews vli Fafrfield avenue. Vincent C. Pwk. Headmaster Frobel Normal Kinder- Training School. WMt will reopen Oct. 4lh.. Con- Dally. A. M. A M Telephone Noble I7J.H MARY f. Mll.l.S 1'rlnclpal. H AY FEVER If you can't a tba attacks VICKS ___MAPtoP.UB Omtril BY i These days of anil 1 I- Paris are to be liUc hrig.tit strung on the I'.ircail vf 1 OOP nftrr other. Each i one transhiront anil ullHerlns. Kach I one perfect anil Natacha agrocs with me. Paris tho light wine oC the country to women. It tinges them wlVh romance anil expectation. It lays un- 1 on the feminine s'loulders a di'llcale luce of yvcesy. i The first thins I liacl to do here i In Purls was 'to huy automobile. because the vest of our routo by way of the motnr-motliod. Buying Antos anil Clowns. I looked at seventeen makes of and finally bought two I'roni thp W'isin people. T Intend to kef p them over to use when I come I as 1 shall some ilny In between pictures. T ordered an open car for 1 my own use and a qtosed car fi r Natasha. I Natacha remained Patient -with la marvelous. ilesroe of durincr travail of the ears.'' as we called it. when we were finally fixed at she for It flatters me that with her exquisite an'l unfailing jftiod taste anil would not arc lo Volret without me. said to me. wnnt you to choose my W.iien she satrl I tnotrsht to myself t'I'.it that prolty well proves the .frennrntly nrg-nert fact as Jo whether women dress for for other women. If i women are truly feminine I believe that they dress for men. At last we reach M. Polrot. He the fine costumcr 'in Paris best to Natacha'a I temperament. Wp went to one or two other places and looked at their I but for the most part fcbey I ivere things of pastel with oddments of flowers here and Natac.ha cannot wear that sort nf thins. She's not at all the type. She looks hest In vivid no one oolcr over but all color-- that nre violent and definite. v-crmtllnns. emphatic pri'fens. loud-voiced yellows. purples. I I shall not sive Xatachn away even In the private page of iny by saylns what how i much mf ft we spent with M. Polret. But I will ndnilt that It was quite as to me as I knew it was j 10 Nataclia. Perhaps part of the fascination for me cunslst' d in the llg-rit in Natai'ha'.s when UP- nn as t.'.-ey say in i ica. that she knew 'Unerringly lonse.l to her. M. Poiret commendeil i us both upon our s -lections and told i -is that he would have selected quite i t'iie same. bimi-eU'. the matter been left wholly in his 'hands. Hints for Beauties. Tn me. it is liki- s-einff a beautiful woman in a trar'len of beautiful J one seleotingr iiowns In u shop .such as M. Poiret. They finger over the fabric over the with delicate de- consummate -cented o-- a woman bemliugr uttering soft cxclamn- of soft dellg-'ht when one one nrieets anil enchants .tor cyt'-. It is a talent. a Reniuu. or the Cultivation of an that all wnmep who desire to he beflutiful what woman does should r. a ve. So rrany times my letters from fans ask me what I would aug- by way of J smile 'ittle at. these. Suoh runny thinps to ask a man. And yet not so a'tter1 it is true t'hat a man in my pro- r'ess'nn mnsL train his eye and his r the of what is i-i'auUful and what Is not in wo- He must 1 must know. whether n vi-omiin is fitly gowned or A picture well be thrown nut of fi-ir-iis. artistically and poetical- ly at if there unbecom- ing wf.incn in it. I have never answered am- of these beauty hints or because T felt that ther- are .si many better ''nan I to them. But merely from a man's point a man who has .vomen cl sety and minb. I should ay lliat at leasi of the if I may a term for 10 fit the is in know- ho.r to dress. w'nat to buy. And knowing how to wear it it is lv uuht. Un't so much a matter c.f money. Mind you. I am not one of the unthinking men who a doesn't need much money to look 1 IsncAv that It take money for the woman oif today to Costumes are more Intricate than they used to be so rfhwrt a even as ten years ago. there are hats find shoes and stock- gloves and trinkets to BO with every costume. ft isn't merely a matter of Ihr- KOWII a woman it Is also a matter of the accessories that with it. But .1 do say that all the money availably would avail little in- deeil if discrimination and taste were not in Of guiding. Rodolph Valentiho as he appeared while writing the memoirs of his fascinating career of adventure and romance. EFFORTS IO AMUSEMENTS TODAY TOMORROW RUDOLPH VALENTINO The Picture that Made Valentino Famous with AGNESAYRES VAUDEVILLE IVorld Greatest Human Wonder HADJI ALI EATS 40 Peeun Nnls Shells and nil fi Silk HK PRIVKS GlasMes of One Gallon of Kerosene AWAY FOl'It and PEGGY BIXX Contlnuons 1 to II P. M. TODAY NOW TONIGHT 3 All on the same Vaaderllle Bill from Hollywood JACKIE The Htlle Ifnlred. Freckled Favc Jlovle star of I romedlrx In a Great Viuiilevaie Act TECK MURDOCH Tn A Featnrlne fieorjte Rob'iuon. Ktliel llaalie ami Marlon Meredith A Harry fireene Production GRAY FAMILY Rnth. MTadRe and Motlier In Miniature Juvenile Hives Arnold Kcrial Smiths STPIBI.IXG Thai Tpll Girl In A R'ot or Color GYPSY Pastest OanHnsr Offering In Vaudeville I'd Give My Right Arm to a Son Like Yotf. Tlie beelnnliKc of a beautiful Friendship and CAMK THK WOMAN Wllli Frank Mnjo. Cullen l and Mildred Ryan Pathc XCWH America of and the other Pageant Mat. GtiNK Snn. I-'.TC. Fighting Marine'1 ANTONIO MORENO ALICE TERRY In COMING HCWDAV THOS. MEIGHAN It's Picture Primaries in Eight States Dry i He Says. j The wets' attempts to a i large number of dry representatives j and senators in Washington. Ver- j mom. New .Smith Ijouisiana. Michigan j Colorado in every in- stance in Tuesday's Wayne B. general .counsel the Anti-Snlnon l.euKUt. said here today in a statement. a dry was he was by another dry. Kven in the 34th congressional I district in Xew York. Judge c'larltc who defeated lieprejientative Tolley in the Hephbllcan has a i dry voting record in Hill's defeat for the Re-publican senatorial nomina- tion in Maryland uml a .suc.ce.s sor in his congressional district is like Representative l.'pshaw'.s -defeat by a 'dry in Zihlmnn's in Mai-yland by lo.iiOo his majority of uvo years I Repr.'seiit.'itivo T. Alan c.old.s-j only n-on by i in with a wet oppon- four years atro. This time he 1 wins -by approximuiely Ifl.Oun. 1 Maine's election all dry con- iTressmen were I POTJ'S V.XVDKVILiiK. Thei'O arc three more vaudeville headlintTs in attract capacity audi- ences at IVili's Vaudeville Theatre the latter -halt of this week and they tup a show that is among the best that have played Bridge-port. Teck AUirdocU in Hurry productioti a with Iris Clcor-gn liaalie and Marion Meredith IB' a iiiusical comedy iden with a hun- dred 1 latiKhiniv Hltuationn. An- other top nuU'hor is offered by tit.e C-ray Family c-mptiseil of Mndgfo .and Mother Gra3F In a miniature juvenile revue. Comin-g direct from Jackie Hay. the red- freckled incc kid of comedy fame is appealing in person with a comedy vaudeville act. Hives and Arnold with a comedy h.it fill im Important Isiiiuh spot on the bill. The Aerial Smiths present new and interesting feats. Cullen Ijtndl.s and Frank Mayo are starred in Came the Wo- The woman--is played by .Mildrcd Ryan. T'lithe Xew.s 6'hows America uf and various other new scenes taken of the Atlantic City Iteauty Taseant. A Muck Sonnett cumpletes the pro-3ra.ni. MAJKSTIC. Rudolph Valentino's greatest opened a three-day stay in the Palace yesterday and .nilgins .from the crowds attending yesterday's performance the la.te film j productlorfi are fully anpreciate.l than ever before. paineJ for Valentino probably more popularity than any other pro- duction in which he aver' appeared anil he is seen at. best in this uf- I'tiinK. Agnes Ayres and other nota- bles of the film world are number- ed among the supporting cast. Hadji the great Kgj-ptian miracle mun whose gastronomic' me- ahanism has puzzled the lieadeJ double wlltch opened yesterday. T'hrousrh- out his Hadji was -ubjecto.1 to the closest scrutiny by a -jury selected i'rom tho Mild 'satisfied the'ii thoroughly of Ihe and reulness of the various pxpci liiicnts wiilch he offer- milch to the amazement of the A Uypsy tile- fast- dance offering in vaudeville with a riot of a'company of seven addition to Rome chissy dance characteristic music and sons. It has been a long time since 'a more Jovia'. rollicking lot have assembled for the purpose of entertaining than the Runaway .Four. Vic.tor Pegsy Binn in and Huth Striblins with completed the bill. mi ii in 1111 i n h i'1-h ii H 11 ti 11 i mi u liiiiJ ii 11 M 11 u 11 rum mm 11 m in i 11 in in 111 n u 11111 un i IM u 11111 u u 111 iiiiniunii WiUiafti Boyd jetta Gowdal Star of Volga Great Cecil B. De MUle Production Starting Kunday at ______ u HI i U'l-umn n 1 1 mi in n 1 1 1 1 I-MHI HI 1 1 1 1 niii 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i n n i in 1 1 u 1 1 i n niiin n i m i iiMiii HI i u u 1 1 1 1 1 1 int A 3 the feature at- naction Pjali's -Majestic theatre coineH to close to-mor- row. Every lover of the photoplay xlioulcl see before it closes its en.Era.yeiuent. Fuf two lias awaited the arrival this picture. There are iiAany ItiJnga in which it one of the MRIC. George Fawcett stamps hiiiself as. a. gresti comedian in of which will shown the last times in the Lyric theatre with Milton Sills in the lead- ing role. Practically all the Ifcre many In this find Fawcett at one end of them. COJ1E AMI AT THE FAMILY UPSTAIRS Tlie Screen Version of the k'amous Stnitc Sun-essy With Virginia Valli and an AH Star Cast Other Attractions and On the Stnae Ruth Marea Brewer Vamouri nadio Artist of STARTING SUNDAY Tonight At Quilty's The the new pop-ulur dance will be lauzht'al 8 o'clock Instruction 8 to g. Dancing p fo rz This affnlr Is known a Frldny Evening Assembly ami U very popular ADMISSION 75 CENTS Children's dancing claw Saturday afternoon. Sept. 23th. Young beginner's clats Monday Krenlnz. Oct. 4th. Private Lessons Every Afternoon and Evening ESTATE OF WEEKS TOJALS nest pictures _ ever nut upon film. other notabiBB ln the cast of I Is dramatic intensity is one of of al.p Doris- Mao i these. is a picture Alllson vlt.tol. Frank n-itn the latt- W or id war Currler. John Kolb. Harry Leo and and the intriguing w.iich C.erman Heniy Burns with spys resorted lo their aims and Antonio Moreno Presents ntn the latt- Horid war Curl-ler. John Kolb. Harry Leo and intriguing w.iich Hen.1y Burns wltr. Accomplishing sulm. Mtase novelty will likewise close their engagement in the tomorrow night. Mass.. Sept. iAI'1 Tlie .-state of .Inhn Weeks. former Secretary of War. was worth it hx-a'iie kiijyvn today I through a notation on the back a bond filed in the Middlesex Pro- i hate court t.y the executors of his will. The bi.nd was ror The notation indicated that the es- tate wholly of pen-oral property. Its value was not indl- will niiuh pub- and Alice Terry play the leading as Ulysses Ferra.2ut a sea. and Miss Terry as Kreyla. a beautiful whose net has been spun about many in Spain is the cap- wife and son. Frplya forms l.'iyssrs lo use his FIG PARK Daily n More Theatre Mat Tlie Columbia Sensation PUFF Playing Capacity Houses Fine CSIrls Gcod Songs Prices Mat. 25-S5c Eve. 50- L HA SURE OPEN SATURDAY SUNDAY Rlile the NiiinerouK Devices MIC Beurh PARK. Why ic. and Install the CHAMPION ELECTRO-ICER Why Coalr We Sell and Install the AETNA OIL BURNER Economical We invite your inspection The Wm. P. KIRK CO. 749 Mun Street Barnum 4846 WORKER'S HAND MAY AMPUTATE FINGERS nf in .lenniriR-s sustained Ihi-pv injured fln- so badly smashed at tho Am-i Tuho A- Stamping plant i Hint .-impiit.Mti.jn may be C'arrapnta working a. iiieoi- of when his lian.1 anil li.n fir. jers of hi.s riprlit iiartd WPI-P ha.ily sniaxiiprl. Rmpr- -cnoy trtiatmcnt rn-r-orclorl at Ihp fftctory and a ivafi for the c.'ty amhnlRnce. Dr. j S. Grpfliiftpun placod thf In- j man iin'ler an anasthctle and j liim tn nridsrpporr 'l Romeo you will de- I duce t'rd'.ii his is a youthful I or you will deduce ship a tender for Herman sub-j he is of foreign extraction and we hiding in the Mediter- i will tell you that he is youthful. raneaV Unknown to Hignor Somma is one of the two leaves Spain and conveij to Italy.' dt termineil find his father and to break up tho hiTa.tuatioii between anil the beautiful Kpy. But he arrives at Naples it is too talc. His father Is g-one. The hoy starts back oti a boat to Spain. r'ysses discovers that the beautiful ''reyla betrayed him. That nlBht. aboard a ship tn Spain word flashed of the torpedoing of the .-at on son has passage. The boy is and Ulysses to Join the allies with ship. The dramatic finish is more daring than anything ever seen before. STARTING MONDAY Evolution of As Arranged by CO. with Cast of Beaut'-fnl Models CAMEO. raniily Fox Films vpr.sion of Hurry rromedy snc- whlp.h plays at the Cameo t'loatrf today and for Hie last times brinps J. Farrcll Alac- dancing juveniles with liorrin AVain- stock's new version of Puff- which opened a. 3 days' run at the Park Theatre yes- terday. He is from the land where feet are a portion of every well-mannered younij man's school- ing and it is reported that Romeo Honiina irs the of the recent Italian dancing importations. Last Two MILTON SILLS III Men of Steel COMING SUNDAY J1ICACII. Due to the pre- vailing. Pleasure Hoach will again be open to the public Saturday and Sunday. During the week-end pa- trons visiting Pleasure JJeanli will find a grand anJ slorioiis offering of nmusemont at their disposal. I The usual danpingr is Scheduled in the dance aee. XVhethpr tht- nirri't warm or the utmost r.nrnfort will bp by dancers as the WEST END 1241 State St.. Tel. _X. 090 TONIGHT LEATRICE JOY CLINGING VINE Don't Miss This Ill-tiny DANCING Saturday and Sunday in the Largest Ballroom' in the East 'Admiwion and Dancing Ladies 35c. Gents 50c RKMCMBKK The Rollcr-Skalfiur Rink nlll also be open stale fur Health's Sake MOTS GO Ivloyd and Dolores del Kio tn Donald to the silver in an en- I enclosed sides give absolute proteo- tire'y TIPW rrjje- tion. HARTFORD DRIVER HELD AFTER INJURING YOUTH SOUTH MAXCHESTKK. .Sept. Frank Of nj Whitney street. and Is U'illiam stpd todrjy ha'.'gfl vvit'ri responsibility Unwind an autoninbllc ai-eiden't mi the Hartford road last night. They will be jtlven a hearing in court tomorrow. Thp car. driven iiy said to have Krwiti U'alsh. .-ixteeu. of this lown. The youth was Iritind and was 1'orcpil to crawl to his lionc.'. a lialf-mlle from the SCPM.P of nt. he was taken tho Manchpslpr Memorial hospi-1 saffovinp- from concuaslon of the i injuries to ills ankle and i'.bout the body. MacDonald. who won lasting fame a of his ehar- aptprization v.n Porpo-al Casey in Iron has been eee'n as hardboiled individual. In this J. With Pleasure Beach .otrhvstra leading the a nixht of pleasure for all Bridgeport dancers is guur- antepd. All amusement devices at the Klystono lu whicli Vir- i beach will be open. The roller skat- trinia Valli and Allan Simpson are MacIJonald is as nn pasy going father who is at the mercy of f rip mi wife. The wife in Mii.s is Ulliati Klliott. fast as Miss Elliott makes. Heller's life miserable until a series of dramatic episodes works chan-sje. The fun ripples around a bashful lover and an unpretentious gjri lives In an ordinary home. It is one of thosp New York where you walk upstairs to luvo dol- lars. ing rink is also crowded during the week-ends as this sport grown. In 1-lffh favor. STRAND PALACE Main DOLORES COSTELLO Star of Sea ix Uttle Irish COLONY Park Avo. Rudolph Valentino ARCADIA Ball Room of Beauty BRIDGEPORT Dance Sept. 18 ORCHESTRA 5 lucky patrons ottriiillnc Sat- dance will rocktre t-.-te bi Valrncla. New daiu-c i at the and Xcary School on n'ttbt. 75c R I T Z KANSAS CITY .MAYOR SUSPENDED BY COURT Kas.. Sept. W. Gordon of Kansas wait ordered suspended pending action on ouster propeeiiine asainst liim. ijy tlip Huprcmo court of Kun- On the snmr Mil with the feature j un.i here are a niimlu'r of small fllm.i The of suspension a comedy and an interesting Fox N'ews reel. Also will on saen Huth Marea radio broadccuiter of Mass. was made out by Charles At- torney CJeneralj who claimed that had been lax In his enforce' of tafo Jaw in Kaiuaii City. RIALTO 2314 Main Noble 1002 NORMAN KERRY Western PARK CITY Stratford Avc. Near XewfleM RAMON NOVARRO DENTIST Dr. Bernard Paust. formerly of the First National Bank. nlNlieti to announce thai resnnicd practice hi Brldroitort In suite Mrdlral 141 Golden Hill St. to We4.. to p. Ok Dancing Tomorrow Night HIPPODROME LAST TIMES TODAY LON CHANEY ROAD TOv iEWSPAPERl
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