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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1926, Naugatuck, Connecticut vv tfAUGATUCK, CONN., DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1926. L.C A-Z and Wednesday HOc. i HvciiiuK" mid H; M.. Admission 10 P. M, and :iOc, Special Augmented Orchestra cnlort'nl lovers of .Humane with action and who like beaut w tin-ills diul to is Supremo AMUSEMENTS UNITED ARTISTS PICTURE The Last and Greatest of Valentino's starring successes. AT I'A LAC H. In an exhibition which mystifies and astounds the most critical of j spectators, Hadji Ali, "The (Ireat Egyptain Miracle Man" Is coming to j the Palat-e theater Thursday, Fri- jday and Saturday. I Physicians of three continents have puzzled over the gastronomicai mechanism of this .human ostrich without success. X-ray experiments have been made during his exhibi- tion without a plausible explanation forthcoming that satisfies the criti- cal, in fact, the profession of sur- gery has thrown up its hands in amazement over this human ostrich. He swallows from UO to 100 glasses of water at a time. of nuts of all varieties find their way down J and up without any trouble whatso-j ever to Hadji. Hankerchiefs of var- ied colored hues are swallowed and disgorged according to the color dt- sired by the spectators and as a fit- ting close he swallows a pint of kerosene which he ignites as he hn disgorges H afterward quenching the flame by his previos swallows of water. And these are only the sim- plest of feats that Hadji's educated stomach can perform. Throughout the demonstrations, Hadji Ali in subjected to the closest .scrutiny, a jury selected from the audience bei ig free to ask questions, and stay close to .him at all times, satisfy themselves thoroughly, of the authenticity and vealness of the various experiments. MIX HOLDS TWO, EXONERATES ONE DEATH CASES Man Held Responsible for Killing of Alfred Mason In Auto Missing Hil-aml-Skip Driver THE WEATHER New Haven, Sept. are held criminally responsible for deaths resulting from accidents and a third is exonerated from all blame in find- ings handed down by Coroner KH Mix here, yesterday, Kdward Cappall of S3 Blake street, this city, is re- sponsible for the death of Alfred Mason, late of Mt. Carmel: nu un- known motorist is responsible for the death of Herbert Cain, late of West Haven, and Motorman Harold J. Burns of the Connecticut company, is not held for the death of Joseph Shaw, late of Uuilford. The summary of the findings follow: ('appall Is Held. THE LODGE IN THE WILDERNESS' by Henry McCarty Suggested bj the story of the same name. 1'YiH uritig; hv Sir Gilbert Parker ANITA STEWART and EDMUND BURNS -A I. NOVELTY COUNTRY STORE For the death of Alfred Mason, IS, late of Mt. Carmel, Hamden, Coroner KH Mix holds Edward Cap- pall of Blake street, this city, criminally responsible. A peculiar ______ set of circumstances surround the I death of the boy, who was the victim POLI'S PALAC10. I of a collision on the Cheshire turn- Daniel in the lions' den had noth- pike on September 17. ing on Douglas MacLean, judging Mason, the deceased, was one of a from this fun-maker's laughable party of four sitting in an autotno- predicament in his new Paramount j hile parked on the highway south of comedy, "Hold That Lion." which the Milldale road in the town is being shown at the Palace. In a Cheshire. Suddenly they aware of the approach motorcycles which were New Haven, Sept. till p. in.. Wednesday: For Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island: Showers to-night and "Wednesday; slowly rising temperature Wednes- day in west portion, moderate to fresh northeast and east Vinds. For New Haven -and Showers to-night and Wednesday. Weather Conditions. The high pressure area over the eastern portions of the country is moving slowly-eastward and centers this morning over northern New ICngland. Rainy and unsettled con- ditions continue in the middle Mis- sissippi valley, the middle Atlantic and Xew Hngland sjates. Pressure is falling over the Plains states and the northern Mississippi valley under the influence of a disturbance that is moving eastward Canadian border, near Winnipeg, Manitoba. Tompeir.tures are warming up slowly in the Plains states and in the middle Atlantic and New Kngland sections. favor for this vicinity unsettled showery weather and not much change in temperature. THE GREAT EGYPTIAN MIRACLE MAN HADJI ALI A PUZZLE TO THE WORLD'S LEADING SCIENTISTS Miniature Almanac in Now Playing DOTtJLAS MacLKAX "HOLD THAT LION" C.KOKC.K rilOOS presents Hasoutra in Art and Wit with Kvililirk and Suiiia .Hnmiic Fox, Walter Clarke, featuring Hughes v 'AN EXQUISITE CAMEO' Staucd John Hughes POLI'S Pei-led in Small Things That .Add lo Your Comfort "Kverv Patron an Honored Cuest" Ferrari Jordon Two Blossoms Warren O'Brien Dempsey-Tunney Fight Pictures. Here All This Week! .Be sure and see this picture. Bring your family, your friends and your neighbors to a delightful picture treat, for we- say 1" that you've seldom seen a finer story or cast than that which you will see in UKACH'S'STOKY, Lois Moran, Noah Beery, Louise Dresser, Helen Je- rome Eddy, Allan Simpson, Florence Turner, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Itice Sport- light "Hearst International Showing Scenes of the Dempsey-Tunuey Itout nt IMiila- delphin. laudable endeavor to prove himself a hero in the eyes of the one and only girl, the redoubtable MacLean joins what he mistakenly believes is a "cat" hunting expedition. When he discovers that the "cats" are not the familiar and harmless house- hold pets but wild, man-eating lions, it Is too late to withdraw. As matters turn out, instead of Mac- Lean hunting lions, the lions hunt MacLean. The results are just as; Mason funny and exciting as one would j from imagine. Tn the end. the comedian j face, has the last laugh on the animals, for he succeeds in capturing a live lion, though in a decidedly unorth- odox manner.. The vaudeville headHner is a new Ceorge Choos production which he has titled "Art and Wit." It is a magnificent spectacular revue, an exquisite cameo starring Hasoutra, late of the Casino De Paris, support- ed by Walter and Klizabeth Heddick. .limmie Fox, Sonia Uordon, Bennett and six Adelaide and Hughes girls. The prod net ion is being staged by Johnny Hughes. Other acts are Ferrari and .lor- don. and O'Brien. Behee and Ituhyatte and Two Blossoms. A special added feature is views of the Dempsey-Tunney fight. The biggest surprise sporting event of the century and the short subjects are an International News, feature comedy and Pathe review. POM'S A tremendous story of human love and human hlindness, of the hleaw freedom of the'modern generation clashing -J.vith the, repressed purity of the older generation. i.s Allan Dwan's production of "Padlocked." which is playing at Poli's today and the entire woek. This brilliant picturixation of the Cosmopolitan Magazine serial by Ilex Beach also has the virtue of being perfectly cast. Charming lit- tle Lois Moran has the of a typical American her work rises lo heights thai even lop her splendid performance in "Stella Dallas." Noah IJeery gives a good account of himself in the role of the sincere hut narrow-minded father, whose re- forms ruin his own home and who is eventually duped by one of his own kind. Louise Dresser is effective as the .society woman with a past. Al- lan Simpson makes an appealing hero and Helen Jerome Kddy acquits herself with distinction in the part of the insincere woman reformer. of became of several being oper- ated at a high rate of speed, accord- ing to the finding. One of them was driven by Kdward Cappall. who with- out warning, crashed into the back I of the parked machine, sending forward 87 feet by the force of impact. Both automobile and burst simultaneously into was found to be suffering shock and burns of the scalp, buck of neck, shoulders and right hand. He was removed to the Meriden hospital, where a half hour after be had been admitted, as a result of the burns Sun Rises Sets September: a.m. p.m. -Tues 09 Wed 5 1 0 5 :i fl 3 0 rs. 5 :J 7 October: 1 FI-I 2 Sat 5: 49 Moon Rises p.m. WHAT UK WATS 40 IM'Jl'AN Xl'TS I'm-liuling Sliolls KATS (i SILK UAXOKKIK'HIUKS DRINKS 100 (II DRINKS OXK KJKCTS KIRK 1 .ASSUS OF WATKH SAM-OX OK KKKOSKXK JKK A YOU'AXO ------AT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11: a. 0 1 :M m. it the motorcycle tlames and he died received. Anto Lights. All vehicle lamps must be lighted not later than p. m. BROOKLYN ELEVEN IN FINAL DRILLS CAN NOT ISSl'K Tallahassee, Fla.. Sept. of Florida cannot legally issue bonds to aid the recent storm suf- ferers and the state constitution will not allow a special session of the legislature to provide tor is- suance of such bonds, Gov. John Martin declared today, in explain- ing his refusal to call an extraordin- ary .session to appropriate state funds for rehabilitation of the hur- ienue stricken districts. New York, Sept. 28. Humbert J. Fugnzy's Brooklyn Horsemai started their final week of practice at Commercial field in preparatiot for the American Football Lea gut opening Sunday which will fim them lining up against Joe Sterna mnnn's Chicago Bulls. A feature o the session was the appearance o Shop Hingham, Yale end and all eastern wingman in lit21. The ac (Hilsition 'of Hingham will add con siderable strength to the line. The former Bulldog, end didn't get into the scrimmage session, limiting his first day's efforts to a light drill. Coach Ed McXeeley how- over, expects that he will be in shape to play against Hie Chicago eleven even if not for a full game. Woman of Forty Victim of Constipation Mrs. Fannie White Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: of morning, "Almost every for the last five years 1 suf- fered with sick headaches. I felt this was due to ner- vousness, never dreaming thai faulty intestinal elimi- nation caused my suffering I felt wretched, my appe- tite was gone, T lost interest in preparing my meals, life was not worth .living. few days' treatment of Car ter's Litffc Liver Pill? worked wonders. They arc small, easy to leave pleasant after effects.'! For sale at all druggists., Announcing the Opening of Our New, Enlarged Department Catering Exclusively to the Needs of Harry s FEED Store TILDEN TO INSTRUCT B'PORT. TENNIS ENTHUSIASTS REMOVING TO NEW BUILDING ON NEW HA- VEN ROAD, NEAR THE PETER PAUL CANDY MFG. CO. NEW PLANT WILL ENABLE US TO OFFER A SUPERIOR SERVICE IN ALL LINES Bridgeport, Sept. en- thusiasts in Bridgeport will be able today to receive pointers on the game from William "Bill" Tilden. former national champion, when he will hold an informal meeting in the gymnasium of the Bridgeport High school. At this meeting Tilden will give instruction to any and all.players who wish and will describe his fav- orite strokes. This plan was ar- ranged by Gerald Lineburgh. when Tilden announced that he would be unable to give an exhibition tTT the Brookluwn Country club where he had been invited by Lineburgh. All players and followers of the sport are invited to the meeting, Mr. Lineburgh ?aid. and students tit Central High will also be allowed to hear Tilden. Harry Davis, Prop. Telephone Your Feed Needs to .43-3 w Same lUwisCiGAR MFG.Co., Never a Marcel Wave By Edna Wallace Hopper My hair is ever-curly, with never a Marcel wave. And it nhvays has a glow. 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