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FOUR THE EVENING GAZETTE Issued Byery Afternoon Except Sunday and Legal Holidays by the GAZETTE PUBLISHING CO. Daniel F. Cock ................. General Manager MArk V. Richards ............................. Editor W. H. Nearpass ............... Associate Editor P e r T^eek .......................................... 15 cents Per Year, paid in advance ............. $ 7.00 By mail, per year, strictly in advance $6.00 Entered at the Post Office at Port Jervis, N. Y., as second class matter ^ri-W eekly ....Established- April 22, 386f Daily - -------..Established January 17, 1881 Member of The Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively en­ titled to the use for publication of all news ^lispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local 'news published herein. TOEEVENINGGA 7 ETTE PORT lERVIS. N. Y. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22.1924 delivery should be reported to the Office either in person or by tele- T O O IJ3B S P B S C R m P I K S failure to receive paper lariy or anj' complaint in regard to eit phone. Also any change of address. Do not depend on merely telling the carrier. We are endeavoring to give you the best service as well as the best paper, and all complaints re­ ported to tbe office will receive prompt attention. , TMF. WEATBDBIR R E P O R T The follow ing re p o r t is furnished by W . H. N e a rpass U n ited S tates W e a tn- er O b server: M a s . Temp, y e s t e r d a y ........................... 87 M in. Temp, yesterd a y ........................... 68 M in. Tem p , t o d a y .................................... 52 Tem p , a t noon tod a y ........................... 82 M ax. Tem p , th is date 1923 . ................. 77 M in. Tem p , th i s date 1923 .................. 53 W i n d ................................................... W e s t R a i n la s t 24 h o u r s ............ .. ......................0 R a i n fo r m o n t h .................................... 220 R a i n fo r y e a r .................... 2690 X ^ s t y e a r , sam e d a t e ...................... 2575 V F O R P R E S ID E N T JO H N W . DAVIS, O f W e st V irginia candidate for P r e s ident of th e U n ited States. So the stage w a s all set w ith its acco m p a n y ing, sentim e n t of ru r a l neighborliness, and th e m o v ing p ic­ tu r e m a chines w e re there, and w ise politicians w e re in blissful an ticip a ­ tio n of the effect, w h e n the farm e r s of th e w e s t w e n t to th e movies in the usual show places, o r w e re e n t e r ta i n ­ ed by a mo'ving p ictu r e a f t e r a cam ­ paign .speech. The sight of th e ir can ­ did a te caught in th e a c t of a real d irt farm e r w o uld surely have its ap - B u t their p lans w e n t w rong. The storm cam e and w e t th e hay. I t w a s a d isappointm e n t to th e Coolidge neigh­ bor, b u t he h a s probably had th a t ex­ perience before. I t w a s a g r e a ter dis­ appointm e n t to th e politicians, how ­ ever, b u t they a r e still determ ined th a t the g r e a t w e s t shall see the P r e s id e n t in action and th e stage is set again. Com m enting on p ic tu r in g M r. Cool- idge’s hay m a k ing, the N ew b u rgh News says th a t “it is safe to say th a t th e phonographs w ill be released by the R e p u b lican n a tio n a l com m ittee w ithout M r. Coolidge’s , s a n c tion. H e is n o t th e kind of a m a n know ingly in indulge in g r a n d s ta n d or any other kind of actin g . H e is m o d e st and unassum ing, p lain an d un a ffected.” The averag e m a n is a t liberty, of course, to believe th a t or not. B u t w e all know th a t M r. Coolidge is an astu te p o litician an d w e all know the R e p u b licans are w o r r ied over the fa r m vote of the w e s t. So th e y p r o h - I a b ly all believe t h a t i t is good to m a k e ! b a y w h ile the sun shines. RADIO PROGRAM T h e follow ing is th e rad io progr0.m to be given A u g u s t 23. OFFICE CAT TRA O e MARK BY J U N I U S CO»»YRICM T 1 » 2 1 . B V E O B A R ALLAH SCRE 0 ™ Wbat the p r o d u c e r say abou' fUnis to be show n a t local t h e a t r e * N E W T H E A T R m Oomjetly and Tntensity of Drama in New Ray ITlm. F O R V IC E -P R E S ID E N T CELARLES W . B R Y AN Of N e b raska CONSISTENCY (C o u rtesy of R a d io D igest) (B y A ssociated P r e s s ) T h e N e w b u rgh N ew s has a grudge a g a in s t G o v e rnor Sm ith. H a r d ly a d a y goes by th a t it does n o t indulge In som e expression of ill w ill. The o th e r clay, fau l t w a s -found w ith th e governor because h e w e n t fishing. T h is w e e k , the N ews h a d a pain in the sto m a c h because M r. Sm ith used the expression “T r e a t ’em ro u g h t” and *‘give ’em th e rasp b e r r y ’’ in a speecli a t Po'dghkeepsie th e o ther day. On th a t occasion, th e g o v e rnor w a s re ­ ferrin g to the g r a f t e r s a t W a shington, an d th e y certain ly should be tre a ted ro u g h fo r it is rough tre a tm e n t they L a v e given th e people of the U n ited S tates, who p u t th e ir tru s t in them . T h e News took the position, though, th a t such lan g u a g e w a s undignified fo r a person h o ldin g th e office of G o v ernor of the S tate of N ew Y o rk an d th a t Mr. Sm ith is lacking in the respect w h ich the g r e a t officei should com m and. A ce rtain gentlem a n , prom inent in th e Republican councils this cam - ra i g n , pa?.?ed through New Y o rk yes­ te r d a y on his w ay to m a k e a ca m ­ p a ig n speech a t A u g u sta, Me. A light­ in g fro m a tra in to change cars, he w a s asked by p icture men to pose. “H e ll’n M a r ia” exploded the visitor. T h e m a n w a s finally persuaded to pose, how ever, b u t a t the critical m o ­ m e n t, he changed his mind and said: ‘‘Tlell, th e y ’re n o t going to m a k e a damned movie man out O'f me.” *'HeIl’n M a ria. I didn’t com e here to pose fo r th e m ovies.” T h a t m a n w a s C h a r l e s » G. D aw es, w h o m the N e w b u rgh N ews is boom ing fo r V ice-P r e s ident of th e U n ited S tates. MAKING HAY ■WMAQ— Chicago N ew s (447.5) 5:3 0— O rchestra. 7:00— ^Boys hand. ScOO— C h icago T h e a tr e revue. W liS— Chlcago (345) 7-11— ^Barn dance nig h t. '' KYW — Chicago (536) ' 6:00— Concert. 1 7:00— ^Musical. 8:00— T a lk. 8:05— ^Youth’s Com p a n ion. W Q J — Chicago (448) 6:00— A rtists. 9-1 a . m .— O rchestra. WTAMj— Cleveland (390) 5:00— Concert, baseball. 8:00— ^Dance. W S A I— C incinnati (309) 7:00— Concert. 7:15— ^Music. 8:00— ^News review . 11:0 9:— Co ncert. W E B H — Chicago (380) 6:30— O rchestra. .8:30— Soloists. 10:30—^Dance. ■VPBAV--Colimil)US (360) 11 a. m .— ^Piano, news. W W J — D e tr o it N ew s (517) 6:30—Band. W C X— D e tro it F r e e Pi*ess (5517) 5:00— C o n cert. WTAS—Elgin (286) 7:30— B edtim e . 8:00— Songs. 8:30-12:30— D a n c e . W O R — ^Newark (405) 9 p. m .— O i'chestra, talk, solos. W H N — N ew Y o rk (360) 12:15-4:30— Solos, concert. 4:30-10— M usic, solos, talk. d,auce. W E A E —^New Y^ork (492) 2-9 p. m.— M usic, dance, solos. W J Z — N ew Y^ork (455) 11 a. m.-lO p. m.— Music, solo, stock exchange, talk , dance. TTGY^—Schenectiidy ( 380) 8:30— D ance. W E Z — S p ringfield (337) 4:00— Concer't. : 3 0— O rchestra. 5:30— B edtim e . 5:-40— ^Trio. 7:00— ^Voice. WRC---Wasliington (469) 6:45— B ible talk . 7:00— S ongs. T h u n d e r sto r m s frequently, in t e r f e r w ith the plans of th r if ty farm e rs and som e tim e s they are an ill w ind to R e ­ p u b lican politicians. Such a storm , w a s t h a t w h ich occurred in the hills of V e r m o n t T h u rsday afternoon. T h e P r e s id e n t of th e U n ited S tates is spending a, few days of w ell-earned rest on his old an c e s tral hom e. Ju s t beyond h is fath e r /s home ( lives neighbor who has been late in getting in his hay. E a g e r fo r a few hours w o r k a t the th in g he did when a boy, th e P r e s ident offered to help. H is . m u s c les are n o t a s h a rd as th e y once w e re, b u t i t w o u ld seem like old times. H e lping a neighbor to get his haj' in is a very o r d in a ry m a tte r in the life of th e farm e r , b u t w h en a po­ litic a l p a r t y is in sore need of- the € a rm vote in the a g r a r i a n w e s t it b e ­ com es an exceedingly im p o rtan t m a t­ te r . A n d it is still m o re im p o r ian t w h e n th e m a n p itch in g tlie hay is the 7:15— P iam 7:30— ^Musi 8:00— ^Band. WOiU?—^Washington (469) 6:30 --- ^Band. 7:0 0— O rchestra. 7:45-9— ^Band. 10 . When, a fool h a s nothin g to eay he is never satisfied u n til he says It. An acquaintance of ours w a s giving little Joh n n y a m o r a l lecture: “You should alw a y be exceedingly careful about yo u r conduct. I w a n t yau never to do an y th in g w h ich you w o u ld be asham e d to have th e w o rld see you doing.” T h e y o u n g s ter le t o u t a w h o o p of d e lig h t an d tu r n e d a h a n d -spring In his exuberance, “W h a t in th e w o rld is th e , m a tte r w ith you? a r e you crazy? dem anded his m o ther. “N o ’m ” w a s th e answ e r. *T’m ju s t glad ’cause you don’t expect m e to ta k e b a th s any m o r e .” T h e most indefinite num b e r, accord­ in g to Old S p o rt is “several f is h .’ S e n tr y —H a lt! w h o goes there? A n sw e r— ^Moses. S e n tr y —A d v a n c e an d give th e te n com m a n d m e n ts . T h e re w a s once a lady nam e d Eve, W h o caused fa t h e r A d a m to grieve, W h e n he asked w h e r e she’d been, She replied w ith a grin, I ’ve been ab s e n t w ith o u t any leave.” The fellow w h o gets along is th e one w h o keeps going all th e tim e . ♦ * ♦ E lin o r Glyn’s advice to girls to “clin g to y o u r y o u th w ith all y o u r ■will” plainly show s t h a t E linor h a s n ’t been w a tch in g ’em a t dances. ♦ * ♦ T h e firs t saxophone w a s m a d e in 1846 and som e people h a v n 't seen the joke yet. A w o o d e n -head clerk is dear a t $3. a w e e k . A good clerk is cheap at any price. T h is isn’t w h a t i t w a s cracked up to be, said th e young lady as she broke open a hollow w a lnut. * ♦ ♦ T h e b a c h e lor is u n fo rtu n a te, th in k s Jud T u n k ins he h a s no hom e to stay aw a y from . A brakem a n ght credit fo r joining th e circus. All he did w a s connect th e freig h t cars to g e ther. *41 * * Shoe shine gives us polish, Sun shine gives us tan . M o on shine m a k e s us foolish, No m a tte r w h o it am . E v e ry th in g h a s som e good featu res, th i n k s Im a N u tt, even th e squeak in a p o r c h swing— for it drow n s out th e noise of th e sm a c k s. A hope ch e s t m a y have its uses b u t our opinion is th a t a vain ty case us­ ually gets q u icker results.* T h e m o s t disastrous result of th e radiio fad th a t h a s been called to our atten tio n is th a t of th e young couple w h o w e re being m a r r ied by wireless an d got th e i r w a v e -lengths crossed w ith a couple in P ittsb u r g h . * * • NO TROUBliE I t ’s such a bother deciding w h e re to go on your vacation. I t doesn’t b o th e r me. T h e boss -tells m e w h e n to go and the wife tells m e w h e re. _____________ Advance r e p o r t s from C h a rles R a y ’s picture for U n ited A rtists, “T h e G irl I Loved,” Indicate th a t it excels in pow e r an d in t e r e s t an y th in g th a t th i s sterling a r t i s t and p o p u lar screen p e r ­ sonality has ev e r done. I t w ill be the special feature show n a t th e N ew T h e a tre to n ig h t. . S u spense and t h r i l ­ ling d ram a tic incidents a r e th e do­ m in a n t in th i s new production, - a n d an d on th e actin g side IVftr. R a y fa r excels h is best previous effo r ts fn ei­ th e r com e d y oix d r a m a . “The G irl I Loved,” is th e w r e c k of a love dream , salvaged from th e life of a g r e a t A m e rican poet an d tra n s f e r r e d to th e screen. Jam e s W h itcom b R iley’s h e a r t story to ld before t h e cam e r a by th e inim ftattle arffistiiy of M r. R a y who scores as the suprem e lover. A n actu a l rom a n ce from ac tu a l life p o r ­ tray e d th r o u g h th e m o s t im p e tuous love scenes ever film ed. A soul-grip­ ping story of real people. A picture rep lete w ith trem e n d o u s em o tion, quaint com edy, ra r e beau ty an d ex­ cep tion a l acting. Scenes th a t will bu r n in y o u r riiemory. B e a u tifu l P a tsy R u th M iller heads an excellent suppdrting cast. P r o g r a m also in ­ cludes .“T h e S c a r let T r ial” ch a p ter 2 Of th e peril packed sensation stirring- c h a p te r play “L e a th e r Stocking” , Topics of th e D a y ,” and “P a th e R e - th e m istress of h e r f a t h e r s London r^-* sidence. H e r fa t h e r frankly* prefers h is clu b to his home,, ahd, she experi­ ences her first pangs* o f neglect and loneliness. T h e n begin th e h ig h ­ lights of th e story an d p icture to r e ­ veal w h ich w o u ld b e unfair. Suffice it to eay t h a t M iss M a rsh again excels 111 th e s c e n e s t h a t follow h e hais an a l ­ m o st unlim ited o p p o rtunity for in t e n ­ sely dram a tic em o tional acting, and in n o t a single instance does she fail to ta k e fu ll advantage, nor does she fail to rise to' th e heights of a r t is tr y de­ m a n d e d . In. addition to th e above th e p r o g r a m Includes “p a t h e . N ews 66” show ing th e w o rld before your eyes, PAXlAlOE TBDEATRE Survivors of C a p tivity In 536 B. C., when Cyrus the Great, after capturing Babylon, granted the Jewish exiles who had been deported after the fall of Jerusalem in 586 B. C. permission to return, 42,300 persons went back to .Tudea. ,“A Woman’s Secret” Presents the ESx- ceptional Actress Mae Marsh. A n o th e r tre a t for th e m o tion p ic­ tu r e fans of t h i s city is assured w h e n a t tlie N e w T h e a tr e S a turday m a tinee an d n ig h t “A W o m a n ’s S e c r e t/’ fea­ turin g M ae M a rsh -will be t h e featu r e -attraction. In “A W o m a n ’s S e c ret” M iss M a rsh firs t is seen as th e m is- chievious, fu n loving d a u g h ter of a w e a lthy m e r c h a n t in th e la t t e r days of h e r boarding school days and show s an am a z ing ta le n t a t getting into the m o s t u n h e a r d of school-girl-scrapes. L a te r she retu r n s hom e and becom es V e ry pleasing entertain m e n t a t P a ­ lace th e a tr e . D a n c in g ,. s inging and With his Clever jokes R a lp h Tompkins pleased a large audience at th e Palace T h e a tr e la s t night. T h e songs Tof his own com p o sition m a d e a b ig h i t as did h is jazz d a n c ­ ing an d h ig h kicking. T h e la test jokes to ld in a n in t e r e s t­ in g an d in im itab le m a n n e r, k e p t th e crow d in an expansive and jolly mood. M r. T o m p k ins is an ex p e rt in m im ­ icry and his im itations are as am u s ing 'a s the jokes w h ich t h e y help p u t over T h rough o u t th e a c t h is cheerful dis­ position prevades th e T h e a tr e and ef­ fectively dem o n s trates th a t a h a n d i­ cap such a s t h e loss of a leg cannot drow n his infectious optim ism and geniality. T h e sk ill an d ease w ith w h ich he dances an d handles h is c r u t c h leaves n o doubt as to- his proficiency w ith th e au x iliary lim b . W ith h is r e m a in ­ ing foot free fro m th e floor he goes th ro u g h som e m o v e m e n ts t h a t are d e ­ cidedly unorthodox. In fa c t he equals distances m a n y dancers w h o have the use of b o th lim b s. You w o u ldn’t believe t h a t a m a n w ith one leg could do hig h kicking, now w o u ld you? B e tter see Tom p k ins because he cer­ ta in ly does. Special m a tinee fo r school children S a tu r d a y afternoon a t w h ich tim e special prizes w ill be given in various and novel contents an d every ch ild th a t attends' w ill receive candy from Mr. Tom p k ins. N ; ^ n t r e n c h e d F r e j u d i c e Moist nations, like most men, are ' dcNclle only in youth; they become in­ corrigible as they grow old. When cus- tohis are once established and preju­ dices rooted, it' Is a dangArous and useless enterprise to try Eo reform them, the people will not permit their misfortunes to be touched Upon, even for their instruction—like the stupid and cowardly sick who shudder at sight of a physician.—^Jean Jacques Rousseau. To Clean R u s ty Steel Rusty steel ornaments, fire irons and the like may be cleaned by being rubbed well with sweet oil, enough of the oil being allowed to remain on the atticle to soak in for some time. Envy W e ll D efined MuYn is a littleness of soul which cannot see beyond a certain point, and If- it does not occupy the whole space feels itself excluded.—HazUtt. Get After This One T h e apple mouse, b e tter known as pine mouse, lives in m o st of th e E a s t­ ern states w e s t to K a n s a s and Ne­ braska, says N a tu r e M agazine, and some years causes heavy losses among apple and other f r u it trees. No Better Meat Sold— No Lower Prices Quoted. DEERPARK MEAT MARKET SATURDAY Home dressed R o a s ting fow ls ............................ W e stern Prem ium P o r k , Loins, w h o le or half. . W E S T E R N STEA K S : Sirloin ............................... i|,Q 0 P o rterhouse .......................... 45C . R o u n d R o a s t ..................... 3SS H o m e dressed stew ing 20 0 35c 32 c 38 c 25c 27c V e a l . Legs of V eal .............. C h u c k R o a s t, best Legs of L a m b ............ Stew ing L a m b ........... A rm o u r’s S tar H a m s Sm o k e d H a m s .................... 1 7 © Sw ift’s P r e m . H a m s - - ' 2 7 0 Cloverbloom B u t t e r .......... 4 i S © Brookfield B u tter ............... 4 8 © M. RUDERMAN 64 Jersey Ave. Tel. 227 f r e e DEIHVERY RICH BACHELOR WANTS WIFE “M a n y people have blam e d m e for n o t gtettting m a r r ied . Since ch ild ­ hood I have suffered from stom a c h a n d liv e r trouble, never being aible to g e t any m e d icine o r doctor to help m e . Now th a t M a y r’s W o n d e rful Rte em m edy d y h a s entirelyntirely curedured me,e, I am e h a s e c m anxious to g e t a w ife,” I t is a sim ­ ple, harm less p r e p a ration, th a t re ­ m o ves th e c a ta r r h a l m u c u s from th e in testin a l tra c t and allay s th e in ­ flam m a tion w h ich causes practically, a l l stom a c h , liver and in testin a l ail- dicitis. One undcd. dvertise- a l l sto m a c h , liv e r an d m e n ts , including appendicitis . One dose w ill convince or m o n e y refunde d . F o r sale a t all druggists AdvertLse- For sale at Wilis R. Qaacljeiilj5’s!5 FcEsral J)!r0cter 24® ?/es'£ Main SlFeet Telephose 37S-?/ Port r-ws, N. Y. WANTED Five or six room, house witli all improvements, must he central­ ly located and reasonable in price. lot —Centrally locatefl. F 0 R ~ m Five rooms anfl bath, on New sti’eet. $20.00 per month. FOR^ALE Nine room house, hatli, steam [icat, electric lights, two-car parage, price .................. $1800 ['even rooms, bath, gas, hot air ^eat, price . .. .................... .$5S00 f!ix room house (brick) all ini- wovements, newly constructed, ............................... ?S,000 EDW. E. NOE AOTCY 99 Pike St., Tel. 1C5-J Authorized Agent for S. w. Straus Bonds “CONDEMNED.” FEATURING MILDRED DAVIS AND AN ALL-STAR CAST _ ■ A Wonderful Crook Story taken in Greenwich Village. ________ TWO-REEL COMEDY. Mat 2:30, Adtilts 25c, CMMreia 15c E yb . 7:30-11, AAdiilts 25c, CMMrgs_ljc mix and SATURDAY J NOVELTY AMUSEMENT CO, PRESENTS Ralph D. Tompkins The world’s greatesf one-legged dancer in Songs and Stories That are Different b v A THE DANCER SATURDAY BUCK JONES IN Against All Odds” With Thrills and action every miniite. A m ii SUNSHINE 2-EEEL COMEDY FOX NEWS / - Fiatkee 2:30 , Evening 7 I Adults 25cy Children 15c Adnits 25c, Children 15c

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