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WF"JHa " ,'TSf5aasr!'f' rfw v i - 't$m j-f. ?W MW ; TOJSfl&, tifipiiEMBER , 10, 1018 , VKi- .'MftfJi Mj v v rtj' 5-' L " '., A B. u a if S JWBWS OF SHIPYARDS GIRLS OF HOG ISLAND FROLIC IN BABY SHOW Dress Up in Toddlers' Garb and Conduct Party to Open New "Y" Building WETHERILL MANAGER HAS HIS HAT TROUBLES Everything About Morris's Tout Ensemble Was Right but the Headgear Hog Island Blrls will tell you todtiy that It's fine to bo a baby once more Hundreds of them slipped away from grown-ups' cares, vvoe3 and clothes last night and harked back to babies' togs, rattles, bottles and other things that 'plteep the kids from yelling. ' They called It a "baby show," and all said they felt natural. The affair took place In the new Y.' M. C A. Uulldlng at tho shipyard and was the first shin dig to bo staged there. Some of the girls masked In beys' clothing and had to one-step and waltz with girls. No real boys or men wero allowed In except the Hog Island band ana a lew ouiehu entertainers, and these were shooed out ' as 6Con bs their parts were oer. w They had a hard tlmo picxing me i.ii test girl. The crowa a:u me juuKinj; by applause. Mls Albert son was flnall awarded the fat girls' prize, a pom-pom box. A very fancy powder puff given to "Kllrabeth" as the funnl'" creature. Bho lmpcrsohated Sis Hop" klna. , , Tho fanciest baby lnjhe whole show dolled up In white with curly blsck wlr was Doctor Young She drew a latti col lar and cuffs. These were tho only prizes given. It was slmplv a quextln of finances. MoFt of tho money wor' for Ice cream, cake, cinnamon buns ' fruit punch. The "babies" plsyed "Onlng tr .Tcrun Jem." "Blind Man's Bluff ' and each on recited a "Mother Oooe" rhvmc. M'e Sarah Ferris, of th" reft loom. Inrtti trial Itelatlons Bulldlm? was chlo' "kid," and the ret euro ho offers to all the girls clcun thero was mtghtv tempting this morning to all who were up late last nlcht. But woik In the shipyard and ollce comes nhad of nsn ping all the time. Mr Carve- of the welfare department, assisted Ml?s Kcr- fls- SHIP PENNANTS GO WEST Pacific Yards Capture Five of Si in Speed-up Contest Dy the Aisocintcd Press WaaMnetnn. Kept. 10 Western ship yards captured five of tho sl permnn s awarded by tho Umergencv I loH M1 poratlon In the .Tulv speed -up competi tion, tho other going to New -leisev Tho awards announced today t tne "Steel"" r'rtSil'Iri.t. Skinner & Kddy. No if SeaUle. Wash. : recond. -Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation. Alameda. Cal third, Northwest Steel Company, Port- '"wbod yards-First. Grant mlth-Por-ter Company. Aberdeen. Wash.: second, Orant Smith-Porter Company. St. Johns. Portland, Ore.; third, the Foundation Company, Kearney, N. J. Aberdeen, Wli Sept 10 The na tional wooden ship, keel lavInK record was broken at tho Cray's Harbor Motor Ship Corporation yard, ten s-econds be ing the official time. The previous best time for placing a wooden keel was eleven seconds. GIANT TREE VANISHES Prl r.nmmisoioncrs Seek Men Who Cut Down Big Maple Who cut down the hlg maplo tree In front of 620G Chestnut Btreet? This Is the question the m"' which has excited persons living In the neighborhood. The tree- nisappeareu within a few hours, even Its roots being hidden by a coat of cement. Children played under the giant maple dally, and often on tho hot summer days Its friendly shade cooled the older resi ents of the district. City Park Commissioners were noti fied of the "mysterj" today tmd at once enlisted tho nld of the police In an ef fort to find tho gu'lty persons it .s a violation of their rules to cut dow n a tree without their permission, even though authority be given by tho person In front of whose property the tree glow. Residents of the district say a negto ran seen up the tree tho day it disap peared, but his action caused no sus picion. Later the big tree was gone hacked down and a workman, with ce ment, removed all evidence that a tree had ever grown there. PLAN TO HAVE BONDS READY Bureau of Engraving Working Hard on Fourth Issue Treasury Department officials an nounced today that eveiy effort Is being made to have Liberty Bonds of the fourth Issue ready for delivery when tho campaign opens on September 28. The Bureau of Kngiavlng and Print ing has been working nt top speed for several weeks to havo tho bonds ready, especially thoso of the $S0 and J 100 de nominations. Millions of them li-we been printed. Bankers urged this course he causes sales would be hided If tho sites men wero able to deliver tho actual bonds for actual cash pamcnt. At the Treasury Department it was insisted that the delivery of bonds will be possible becnuse tho department was able to fix tho lnttrest rate far enough 5. In advance of tho selling campaign tq print the bonds. On previous Issues the authorizations havo not been marto by Congress until n short tlmo before, the opening of tho campaigns, and printing could not be done until some weeks after the campaign closed. One would think that a man with a Variety tf hats for every occasion would be tho last to do as Charlie Morris, head of tho Wethcrlll plint.-at Chester, did. To snuare himself with his wife for staying nt the ofllcc so late, he took her to a Philadelphia theatre. Mrs. Morris .. . . ... .t sr 'nvuca a menu vu kij niuim aim -i. Morris had his best suit pressed for thq occasion. Ho determined to do tho thing right nnd bought tho best box fits. After tho show Morris tof.k the ladles to supper nt ono of the "swell" places. Imaglno his surprlso when tho fair hat checker handed him his old olico lint, liven the owner himself has 'orgotten how eld It Is. It Is a straw that was once white nnd Charlie weais It as a rulo only on his minis of the holler and engine shop to ave hl3 gocd head gear. 'ICG ISLAND T OPENS TONIGHT Will with apple pie to be eaten, not thrown. This seems to suit Thomas, for he has accepted the challenge nnd the tun will probably take place next Saturday after noon. Odds arc 5 to 3 on Pop. KI WAI.Tlllt. shipfltter nt the Cramp vnrd, had the confidence of the boH nt the plant until he told them n story about a recent fishing trip. He snld he broke his line to lug to land a big one of some kind, but tho boys say that where ho sat all day there Is nothing but logs nnd rocks KUDU: nOMJIlT, of the bookkeep ing department nt the Sun Ship nrd, Chester, picked out a girl In the income tax department nt the same plant, nnd hit the nltnr trail with her. The bride was Miss Helen Wolf Both returned to the Job cstcrday. MISS.VIOI.A STKINOKlt.cf the pay roll department. Sun Ship oltlce, Is bacl at her wprk after hitting the "long, lone trail" with Tom Houpt, of the I'cnnajl vanla Steel Compativ's olllce. lL'Si:Y JOXKS'S employes at Clou coster nre buying more savings stamps man ever, ho, uuer an, uuy are no' Blowing ail tueir puck pay. HAir. TO Miss Oertrude Thomas, the Chester Ship Company's first vvnmnr truck driver ! Miss Thomas Just started In there jesterday and they s.iv all the men nr- to be taken off the trucks and bo icplaced with young women Miss 'clnvah and Bowles Anions Guests Be Thomas drove ft jftney In Chester for years and Is well knowv thero. THK NKlY YORK SHir'S watermelon party Is all oft and some nre keenly dis appointed. It wasn't the price of the melons, it was stnted, but simply a lack of, Interest. Mnvho roasted corn would have suited tho crowd better. Something else will be tried very soon. .tOSI'.PIt 1". MJTTMiTON, electrical foreman at the Pusey & Jones Oloueester plant. Ins had elghten years' experi ence In his trade nnd live of them were put In nt the New York shipyard. He went to the Oloueester yard only last February nnd is of the very active men I here. I i:isi:Mt,niT. Pusey & Jones Oloueester drawing room, turned several tomcrsaults, shifted several ribs nnd other bones, broke his watch and had a dandy time nil In one evening Ho i call v got enough fun to last some time, he thinks. rilllir CI.KItlt BANT!:!!, Merchnnt jard. wnnls to get out and learn boltlng up.or something like that, but the bovs In the olllce say he must stay Inside until his sunburn Is cured .KIIAMSMN STOCKlllt and Nathan Popkln, both of tho construction store, Merchant vnrd, have fallen out over something trlvlnl nnd Stocker seems anx lotis to get Popkln Into the squared cir cle without a referee nnd nlsn without gloves. The latter has not yet let on how he feels about It. WANAMAKER'S Store Opens at 10 Store Closes at 4.30 WANAMAKE Hog Island shlpworkcrs' new romping 'lace, the new Y M C. A building, will opened with a ble noise this evening lib. Charlie Schwab nnd Hear Admiral 'owles as guests Both oDlclals vll val; nnd thounnds of the emplojes will nr them After th rpeaklng motion ""lures of the launching of the Qulst irck will be shown. The place hns a seating capacity or "00, with a large lobby, lounging room isy thalrs and, think of It, a great big replace for the melancholy evenings 'hat are soon to come Tho boys art specially Interested In the "gym. with t complete equipment, also In the swim ming pool. For only fifty cents a month the em ployes will also have the privileges of many games, such as shuffleboards; chess, bowling, etc. There villi be a can teen, where they can get th 'r soke and candles nt reasonable prices There Is even a cobbler shop In this place where the employes can have their old "kicks" made llko new nt moderate prices. The boxing and wrestling roonr offer still more sport. This Is one of the largest Industrial "Y" bulldlngb In the country. F1IANK llOVVAHI), paymaster at the Wetherill plant, Chester, worked abor Day nnd took yesterday off to go ti .Mount 1'ocono. but whether his v. lfo le Mm go we have not heard. A HANK APrilAI.K more strongl than a shlpynrd to Miss Kdlth Steptoc of the Eun Ship's boiler and engine shop olllce, so she hns resigned nnd gone to the Delaware County National Bank at Chester as stenographer. MIHW HKT.llX ZAUMIR, of the Weth crlll olllce. Chester, had so much fun In "ew York with friends and relatives that she lost her eyeglasses MISS Ml'llTMl IIOWI1N, of the Weth erlll office, has loaned her fiance, How ard Kelly, to liberty's cause and vvlll store her new furniture and troupsiiu until he returns from the front, when they are to be married. He 13 at Camp Dlx. W.VI.Tini MUM.IOAN. a clerk nt the Wctherlll office, is such a dead ringer for Charlie Chaplin thit he has mnnv times been mistaken for tho comedian. SOVIi; LUCKY CliKhTllB oculist Is looking Into MIrs Anna Smith's large dark brown eyes, but the trouble Is not serious. i .inr. kos. a nuartermastcr rigger at the Cramp yard, had observed that omt of the Crnmp foremen had got their names In this column ny taking one day oft, bo he thought he would take a whole week and beat them seven to one Uemarkable thing that Joe went away with only $50 and came bark with fJo more. Ills shipyard pals think he mubt have come up with a rich aunt. AM, Till: I'll! VKMir.Il1 about the Ctamp shipyard know Jeff Loop, quir terman shlpllttei. Jeff has no favorite? Ho takes tho flavors as they come. CHAMP SHIPYAHI) r!MH,OYi:S nre OKippolnted over tho fact that Pop Mul lln nnd Nick Thomas, both quarterman drillers, cannot settle their differences with gloves today, as scheduled. The smash-proof lenses ordered by Bob In gram havo not arrived and Pop will not wear his regulars Into tho ring. Ho is willing, though, to scttlo tho question U? Furs Established 1839 131 So. 13th St. Mati4pn,dc7urJ Formal Presentation of Fall Fur and Millinery Modes - The leaditif Hat styles from many Celebrated Makers are on display ilr. Maivaon is not connected, tlircctly or fniJI- -ecii!, teitrt any oincr jtrm iisiiij us name mm$W& l tSiJi AT 46a-ST.fi 1 Hlwm dm an m Bin. -Je "?. kMMmm Olif iJiiS 18 l It a&4 566 56a Ififih -hvenuc , 1422 OTatnut Street WEST OF nCLI.KVL'K-STItATrOItD scute MjOW Akcymna tcdtirruv cJbumiond jym&entLng statable sLoaxmpleA- azauracter' o Q0dina Jr Coded xuvd scbpecicdlu 3allJah in tailored models of velvet and embroidered duvetyn. SJpeahuiaa Popular Prices for Particular People Re: The Location MVC Selected where the hj business activities are greatest ana tne J minutes mosf pre cious. Chtri restaurants are in the heart of the shop ping and retail business zones, where a discrimi nating and thrifty pub lic will welcome the su preme cuisine and mod erate prices. Popular Prices for Partfculir Peoplewrillprevallajthewar-, time economy of Chirl. 133 South 15th St.(s?6 ) 134 South 13th St. (0ct ) J. O. PATTON, tPmUm4 HaaMaHiHMUaBBiHB1" Txc I ALI XO BESOLD BY THE 1 AUEN PROPERTy USTODIAIN The Property of GEORGE BENDA Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, A. MITCHELL PALMER, Alien Property Cus todian, will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at public sale, on the premises of the plant of George Benpla at Boonton, New Jersey, at 3 o'clock P. M., on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of September, 1918, all the property and assets of every Wind and description belonging to George Benda, a partnership, as a going concern, including the leaseholds, trade names, good will, modern plant fdr the manufacture of Bronze Powders, machinery and all other property. Full description of and information concerning the property . to be .sold and the inspection thereof fnd the terms and con ditions of sale may be obtained by application to the office of the Director of .Sales, 110 West 42nd St., New, York City. JOSEPH F. GUFFEY, Director of Sale. A. MITCHELL PALMER, Alien Property Custodian. Always an Opportunity to Save in thlk JJown stairs store at Wanamaker i These Sturdy Winter Suits are Made of Serge, Poplin and Mannish Tweed tH $25 $29.75 They nro just the sort of suits that women need for wartime wear, for they arc simple, tai lored and durable of texture. They can be worn in almost any weather and still retain their smartness. The tweed suit sketched is es pecially attractive for young women. It can bo had with in verted pleats or box pleats in the jacket, which shows four patch pockets on tho front. In bmart Autumn mixtures at 529.75. The other suit sketched is one of the pretty new poplins, maikcd $25. These nie mostly in navy blue and black, and are simply trimmed with blnck silk braid or with a touch of velvet or plush on the collars. Other tailored street suits are of burclla cloth and sci-rc. Prices range ?29.75, $32.50 and $35. More elaborate suits for after noon wear aic of silvortone, fine wool velour, broadcloth and Ox ford suitings. Some aic hand somely adorned with nutria, Hud son seal (ilvcd muskrat) and near seal. $38.50, $45, $49.75, $57.50 and up to $125. (Mnrkft) Warm, Snug Coats of the Newest Charm Wool velour coats in burgundy, blue, black, taupe and reindeer are half-lined with figured silk and havo an intcilining for warmth. They have broad collars anil are belted. $23.75. Three Styles at $25 Burella in taupe, seal brown and burgundy forms lovely coatS with bioad collars inlaid with velvet. , Drown or blue burclla coats with fur collars arc fully lined. Sturdy frieze coats so soft and waim are in gieen, and shades of dark blue. They aie half-lined with satin. (Mnrkct) Pompom and Wool Velour at $29.75 A full lining of figured silk is in each coat of burgundy or taupe pompom. Wool velour is waim to the touch and makes even the thoughts of Winter a comfoit. The colors arc warmly attractive, too taupe, burgundy, reindeer, navy blue, seal brown and black. Unusual Gloves for $1.75 a Pair New French glace lambskin gloves arc overseam sewn. They arc white, with self or contrasting stitching on tho backs and have two clasps at tho wrists. $2 a Pair French pique - sewn gloves of glace lambskin are in black or white, with hclf or contrasting embroidery on the backs and self or contrasting hems. They have one clasp. Overscam-sewn Fiench glaco lambskin gloves in tan, brown, white or black; have Paris point stitching on the backs and two clasps at the wribt.s. (Central) New White Crepe Nightgowns Oh, so fresh and white and pretty! The crepe is tho fine, softer kind, and the nighties arc so prettily made in three differ ent styles. One with a round neck is adorned with blue stitch ing and shirring, another with a V neck is bound with pink or blue ribbon and has points meeting on the shoulders. The third shows shirring on each side and is fin ished with fine lace and ribbon run through beading. $2.50. (Crntrnl) What Delightful Frocks and How Inexpensive ! -M is CYkUU mm 1 1 1 mm Those arc the first points that will strike you when you look at the charming new dresses of scige and satin that Autumn has brought us. They are all so pretty and so charming that you will want to buy several nnd wear them all at oncel The serges are mostly in navy blue, with a few in black, trimmed with braid or fringe or many, many buttons. Prices begin at $15, $16.50, $18, $19.75 and go to $35. The frock sketched is a collarlcss and youthful model, with a plain bodice and accordion-pleated skirt. A new point is the use of black gros grain ribbon at the neck and wrists. $25. The Luster of Satin never loses its charm, and there arc some pretty satin frocks in navy or black, lelicved with a bit of white satin at the throat. $16.50. There are broad belts, button trimmings and surplice lines among the satin frocks at $18.75. More elaborate gowns of satin or crepe meteor aie trimmed with deep silk fringe and show some new ideas in the cut of sleeves. $23.60, $25, $29.75 and up to $45'. (MurUet) Special Longcloth $2.25 for a 10-Yard Piece Good quality longcloth, 36 inches wide.. Most women prefer to buy it by the piece for the sake of economy. (Central) Six New Ways of Contriving White Voile Blouses But a single term will describe all six fresh daintiness. These are white and fluffy with lace or dainty with blind embroidery, and there arc V necks and surplice fronts, flat collars and collars lightly rolling. Each one is new and each is $2.25. (Market) Spread the New Rugs These are busy days for the buying of rugs for the people who realize that prices are going up constantly (and most people do) are supplying their rug wants now. Seamless Velvets in plain colors. 27x54 inches, $4.50 6x9 feet, $25 36x72 inches, $8 8.3x10.6 feet, $43 4.6x7.6 feet, $18 9x12 feet, $45 Seamless Axminsters in good heavy qualities arc low in price. 6x9 feet, $27.50 8.3x10.6 feet, $42.50 7.6x9 feet, $32.50 9x12 feet, $47.50 Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs in the newest patterns. 8.3x10.6 feet, $ 28.50 mVl feet, $30 (ChMtnot) SPECIAL FOR MEN 1UO All-Wool M Suits at X W Virtually all that remain of the suits of lighter weight are grouped under this low price. They are mostly of cassimeres and cheviots, though you will find but two or three of a kind. Sizes 33 to 38 only. All of these suits were originally marked n good bit more, and the saving is well worth considering. There arc six weeks of wear ahead of these suits this season and a full season next year. (duller)-, Market) SI Veil Time Is Here Again Imported veils in circular or regular shapes arc in plain or fancy meshes and have chenille or velvet dots or scrolls orna menting them, many of them bor dered. P$l to $1.50. Imported veils in plain or fancy meshes of various kinds and sizes are dotted or figured attractively. Some are perfectly plain. 25c to 85c a yaid. (Central) Special Hair Nets Black Blond Various Shades of Brown These aie cap or straight nets. How long they will lc main at their special price, we do not know, but we do know that it is way below the cost of such nets today. 50c a Dozen (Central) A Trio of Practical Skirts That Are New At $6.75 Skirts of navy blue or black serge made in two styles, but both with pleats and pockets the first things women ask for. These arc in short lengths and were especially designed for young women and schoolgirls. At $7.50 Gay plaid skirts in which blue and green are the principal col orings, with here and there a brightor ovcrplaid. They arc all pleated more or less. At $8.50 To many women a wardrobe hasn't even the elements of completeness unless it includes a black taffeta skirt. A simple skirt of this wcll-likcd material has three-tier pockets, pearl buttons nnd is gathered under a belt. (Market) There's a Flutter of Ostrich Feathers Over the Newer Hats Sometimes these graceful, blowy feathers arc used flat upon a rather broad-brimmed hat, sometimes in little tufts or ro settes, sometimes the feathers arc used upright but in every in stance they arc delightful. No woman has ever quite gotten over her fondness for this soft and pretty plumage. Among the hats that confine themselves entirely to velvet there arc some interesting new points: a wide bow whoso stiff loops make one think of an air plane; an extensive use of bright colors for facings; (Murket) Oil s4 velvet tucked in squares and used for both crown and brim. Trices start at $8.85 and $9.50 and go upward. Good Winter Shoes for Men Black leather shoes in blucher style on medium-toe lasts havo welted soles. Dark tan leather shoes on new English lasts have welted soles, also. The sketcli illustrates this style. $5.40 a pair. Bo)s' Shoes of good black or tan leather arc made on either wide toe or Eng lish lasts in la;c or blucher style. $2.50 to $4 a pair, uccording' to size. (CheMnut) Dainty Organdie Neckwear Half Price at 25c In the lot there are Collar and cuff sets of sheer white organdie with frills of light or Copenhagen blue, tan or rose, some tucked, others plain. Plain white organdie col lars and sets and a few vestees. They are a bit mussed or soiled, but after a laundering they will be as fresh as ever. (Central) White Aprons that aie especially Kood for Red . Cross work are made of fine white J lawn and have belts and pockets. (Central) Warm Blanket Bathrobes These are for men, and the soft warmth of a blanket bathrobe feels mighty good when night and mornings are cool. Special at $4.25: Good-looking bathrobes in dark or lighter color ings, made with a cord at the waist and generous pockets and a collar. Many other robes in various good colorings are $5.50 to $8.50. (Uallerj, Market) J. ei Shoes for School Girls And These for Women Black o r tan calfskin shoes on n c w, long, slender lines aie cut to lace high. They have iraita tion wing tips, welted soles and me dium heels. These may also be had with imitation straight tips and high, straight heels. $5.40 a paj.r. (Sketched.) As Illustrated: Shoes made of tan calfskin, lace high. The soles are welt ed and the heels are high or medium. $4.90 a pair. Other shoes are made of black k i d skin, with j m i t ation straight tips. $4.90 a pair. (Clientnut) Black patent-leather shoes in' button stylo are made with wide toes and welted soles. $3 a pair. Sizes 84 to 2 in girls' shoes of black patent leather are $1.75 and $2.25 a pair. Black Calfskin shoes in lace styles are cut quite high. They have wide toes and welted soles, in sizes 2 to 8, at $4.50 a pair. Dark Tan calfskin shoes for trills arc mada on English lasts, with imitation! wing tips, 'lhey lace high and' S4.?)n n nnlr. & PhiMnlo d, 3k v.U.u.UlaU.,Ura Tho shop tTTct Is filcrrMipH !llii-'-: tratcs these of black calfskin f lace style. Tho toes are sensibly wide and the welt ed soles are made for feet 'that are "hard .on" shoes. Sizes 2 to 6, $fc75 to $4.25 a pair. I S3 J l fla m & m I "V; u..jl ""'Mil 3l Vl '3 mi -A r a. M sa !:. WW? .:$ 'n if, 1 v is& M (Clieitnut) fyjr- ,-,. fcC.: sZ,S Wt Tv jL M? 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