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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGEff-PHnJADELPfflA', MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1918
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And So They Were Married
Episode Two (Each Other's Friends)
By HAZEL DEYO BATCUELOR
Coriright, ltlt. lu I'uH'o Ltiotr On,
RHAPTEIt XVII
lrnHB door softly opened and Iluth
l etonDed Bobbins as though by magic
Vu It Rcott? Rurelv It couldn't bo
rn.n .
Alice i
riut It was Alice. Sho had been dcler-
Krnlned to get Into the bedroom somehow
I'.-and to find out for herself whether Ituth
naa a heauaciie as bcoh earn or wkuih
as. ahe, Alice, atroncljy suspected, Scott
and IUjth had had a quarrel. AVid bo
she had kept at Scott with her questions
ICimtll nnnltv nhn had said!
"I'm going In to see if I can do any
thing for nuth."
" Scott Instantly protested. "No, pleaso
don't disturb her, she asked not to be
bothered."
"0. -of course, sho doesn't want to bo
bothered by' you, but a woman can al
ways find something to do for another.
"Htnow."
KuAnd, of course, Alice had gone In ana
had'toTinu Ruth dissolved In tears, cry
lng her heart out Into her pillow.
"Why, Iluth," Alice aslted In a con
cerned tone of voice, "what Is It, dear?"
" ''Nothing, pleaso go away."
"But can't X do anything for you.
',Vo."
"Ib your head so bad?"
"Yes, O please go away. Cant you
"-see I must be alone?"
"I think I ought to do something.
Hulh, you are terribly upset, let mo mix
ypu some aromatic spirits of ammonia."
' ituth sat up In bed and pushed her
hair out of her eyes. "Pleas$ go." sho
aid nlmost hysterically, "jou had no
business to" come, you knew I wanted to
be alone: pleaso go out now that you
have seen everything that you came
'''-'"Well, I must say that you are cer
tainly rude," Alico was the more lun
oualy angry because she knew that
Ruth had understood her motive In coin
ing in. It must bo said for Alice that
she was not altogether mean splilted;
but to find that Ruth and Scott did
have differences Juat as other married
couples did, delighted her. She had felt
from, the beginning that there was
something between Ruth and Scott that
did not exist at all In her own married
life. Of course, life itself was not an
easy thing with Alice as a wife, and her
husband had openly "resented her dom
ineering interference on many occasions.
Freauent quarrels wero the result, and
Aitnorimrt hlrp.idv accented life as a1
I j humdrum thhig'of Jars ana disappoint-
mentB. Willi ner miciiB.il y .....-...
naCuro It. was not possible for her to
Buffer -any way as Ruth could, but still
her attitude fron. tho beginning of her
visit had been due in great part to a
certain feeling of jealousy whenever she
saw Ruth and Scott together. There was
a.certaln bloom about their relationship,
a. certain look In Scott's eyes when they
glanced toward Ruth, a certain Bhyness
in Ruth's own when they unexpectedly
encountered hta gaze. Of course, prac
tical Alice did not believe in romance,
and concerned with her own brother she
could conceive of nothing of the kind.
Still there was something that made her
vaguely envious, something that mado
her eager to see the tlrst break between
them. Little did she suspect, however,
that the break had been over her and
that Scott had thought It his duty to do
fend her. That would have been more
of a tribute than sho had expected.
IVlien she came out of Ruth's room
her eyes wero blitzing. "I'm going
home," she announced.
Scott had been sitting at tho disor
dered table, his mind In a turmoil, his
slim boyish hand held up against his
head.
"I told you not to go In and bother
her," ho ouchsnfed.
"She needn't hae ocen Insulting, I
simply went In to help her."
"And I told you that all, ahe wanted
was to bo left alone."
"Well, I'll go thenJ'
"All right, come up again soon, when
Ruth Is better." '
"Oh, you didn't fo61 me, Scott Ray
mond," said Alice suddenly, "I knew
that you had had a quarrel before I
saw Ruth, now I'msure of it."
Scott looked up at that. "Do you
mean to tell mo thnt you went In tliero
qjjf of Idle curiosity?"
"Don't be Filly, Scott, you always
wero dramatic. Why don't you be
sensible? You remember mother and I
nlways used to laugh, at you, when you
got on what wo called your 'high horse.'
I always told you that you had too
exalted an Idea of life. Now I suposo
you've discovered that Ruth Is human,
just lll'o the rest of ut, and you don't
llko It."
Scott flamed Inwardly. lie felt as he
had felt when as a little boy Alice had
ridiculed him. Sho had always made
fun of his dreams luirt of his queer ideas
of things. She had had the power to
make'hlti squirm beneath her contempt,
liven his pretty .bother had always
sided with Alice In u way, she had
neer entirely understood him. Ruth
had come nearest ro It, but Ruth with
her mother, and her upbringing hadn't
had much of u chance. Then. Alice liHd
laughed at Bmall things, boyish Ideals,
things too fragile to bear the flight of
day, that Scott had cherished carefully.
Now It was just the same, only that
jVIIco was mocking his Ideas of mar
riage, his Ideals of what companionship
sto'od for, 'sho had laughed at his shat
tered efforts to make more out of mar
riage than there really wnn In It. and
only thai very' ceultiB Scott had de
fended Ailed when Ruth had Innocently
said that Alice had been hypocritical.
All the time he had known in his hcait
ot hearts that she had.
(Tomorrow, Iluth tries to decide on n
poitlbl way oat.)
Day to reach tho soldiers nnd sailors
'entertained there, nnd to tell them how
and where to obtain employment.
Thceo are a few of the plans formulat
ed by tho employment servlco nnd tho
Blxtecn co-operating welfare organiza
tions in nn effort to And peacetime em
ployment for more than 176,000 workers
reluming from war.
A meeting lias bueIT arranged for this
afternoon to further tho campaign ar
rangements. At this tlmo tho board of
managers, including ore representative
from each of tho welfare organizations,
wilt bo named. -
No tlmo Is being wasted by the or
ganizations that gave their aid to en
listed men .during the war and who
have now turned their effortB to recon
struction work, A. P. Goldberg, of tho
Jewish wclfnre board, reported that his
organization was nlrcady in touch with
300 employers In, Philadelphia. Thomas
D. Kane, of t,he Knights of Columbus
labor bureau, said twenty-two councils
of tho organization had pledged their
assistance to tho peacetime-employment
campaign,
Mrs. J. Willis Martin, chairman of the
woman's committee of tho council of na
tional 6fcnse, has sent letters to all
council chairmen ashing them to nld tlio
movement. Members of fifty-two women's
organizations In tho State will help can
vass Industrial establishments and fur
nish volunteer assistance to tho employ
ment bureaus.
"We plah to thoroughly cover eey
part of this Stats and to give our aid
In other Stntcs In this great campaign,"
declared C. K. Stakes, chulrman of the
new Joint bureau today. "Eight thou
sand posters have been sent to post
ofllces in the State, explaining the plan
of peacetime employment nnd giving
addresses of employment bureaus. Post
offlcos will serve as Information bureaus
and In many places employment bureaus
-.l II a Inntn.l In th I.V.Irrnl liiiMillneru
Letters and posters hnvo been sent to
military camps. Posters and spoakera
will explain tho movement In theatres,
clubs, shops and public buildings."
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nalnt irprnvbornft dlsraats our
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ffneacy notably durlnir lhe recent
epidemic. To present coldn and
ur.-uer infections they uliould be
regularly used ! adults and chlt
Iren. Handy bottles. .'5c.
LLEWELLYN'S
Philadelphia' Htandnrd Ilrar Store
1518 Chestnut Street
Glrco-rormalln (liquid), 23c, rjc
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LIEUT. GEORGE BENZ
DEAD OF INFLUENZA
Health Wrecked in Trenches,
Young Newspaperman Suc-
cumhs At Conshohocken
Word was received here today of the
death of Lieutenant George II. Benz,
' formerly with the Rainbow Division, a
we,ll-known newspaper man. He dled.of
Influenza at his home in Conshohocken
last nlalit.
LteutenaiffBenz was thlrty'yeara oldJ
At tho time ho entered the service of
hs country. Lieutenant Benz was city
editor .of tho New Orleans Item.
Immediately after receiving his com
mission as first lieutenant at the offi
cers' training camp at Little Rock, Ark.,
he was sent toVrnce. As a member of
the Rainbow Division he went over the
top .many limes.
Qrfi-ini fmm shell shock. Lieutenant
Benz, after eight months' active service
In France, was invalided home during
the summer. Being lncapacuaieu iui
further military service, ho wan given
an honorable discharge and returned to
his home in Conshohocken.
He was the first Conshohocken boy
to return from France,.
Although suffering from tho effects
ot trench hardships he was ready to do
his bit, nnd on several occasions made
speeches to boost the ale of thrift
stamps. , , ,
Lieutenant Benz longed to be back
with his regiment and hoped to recover
his former strength and return to France
before the war ended.
In the early fall Lleutmant Benz ac
cepted a position on the staff of the
New York World.
H0 camo to Conshohocken to spend
Chrl8tmns wlth hls Parentl' Mr and
Mrs. Christopher? Benz and expected to
leave shortly fcrffJIouston, Tex., to be
come city editor ot the Houston Post.
JOBS FOR SOLDIERS :
ARE SOUGHT HERE'
Employers Asked tb Send
Requisitions for Labor to U.
S. Employment Service
Thousands of employers o labor In
this vicinity today were-uskeo td
send to the United States employment i
service, requisitions for soldier or sailor
employes.
Representatives of the employment
servlco began this morning meeting all ,
trains passing through Philadelphia and
giving circulars and verbal explanations ;
to returned service men concerning cm-.
ployment.
Four-minute speakers will visit all tho, I
service clubs in the city on New Year's I
ASK FOR and GET ,
Horlick's
The'Orlginal
Malted Milk
For Infants and Invalids
OTHERS irolMITATlONS
Sa!lr.r Held In Killing of Two Negroes
''J'.wm.F Iv-nlirlit todar held without
"ball for the Orand Jury John W. Stokes,
forty- yearn ld. sailor In the United
utntpd nnw. for shootlna to death Oscar
, Whitfield, twenty-three years, 1232 SL
Albans etrect, nnd Edward Thompson,
twenty-one years, of the same address.
All tnree nro negrcea. in hiiiiuk, ii
la alleged, took place following o. crap
game. Whitfield died November 23 nnd
Thompson December 24,,, both In tho
"Howard" Hospital.
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ENGLISH
Elementary school work and
courses for foreigners. In
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FRENCH
Conversational French under
Instructor who Is a native
of France and an experi
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SPANISH
For business men, salesmen
and U. S. Marines. Conver
sational method used. Open
to both sexes.
Write, phone or see
THE DIRECTOR
G2d and Sansom Streets
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Within a few hours the old year will
have vanished, except its memory, and the
new ushered in-.
The year 1918 goes down into history as
the most trying, more vexing problems to
solve, as well as the most momentous to all
earth's peoples than any other in the
World's history. Despite all the difficulties
it has been one of the most successful in the
more than 30 years business life of the
various units now forming the American
Stores Company.
Thanks to our Valued Customers and the Public in
general, as well as to our faithful employees, who through ,
all these trying months, gave the best that Was in them.
We wish you one and all a very Happy New Year, and that measure
of prosperity that is labor's just reward.
American Stores Co.
Our Stores Will Be Closed All Day New Year's Day.
Open Until 9 P. M. Tomorrow Night, to
Better Serve Our Customers.
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Fancy selected beans cooked ready to serve,
packed in a delicious tomato sauce dressing.
Buy a dozen cans at this exceptionally low price.
ioiccTomatoes12M8"c
Finest quality, packed in sterilized cans, the
only difference is the size.
Choice Peas "15C
Hxtra cond duality peas. Sweet and tender,
packed with all their garden freshness This
price is unusually low when you consider
Quality.
?.Xc"Beans,canio"c
Quality A-l. Cooked ready to serve, handy
for a quick meal. Buy a few extra cans.
Best Granulated Sugar lb. 10c
Fancy Calif. Apricots can 15c
Fancy Calif. Pears lb. 20c
LemOn and Orange Peel . , .lb. 26c
Calif. Walnuts, "" '" lb. 30c
Calif. Almonds, whlto thrr lb. 30c
Brazil Nuts, .wu"' th" '" ... .lb. 25c
Best Filberts, w""' th'y u"t- . .lb. 20c
Mixed Nuts, ""-" h" ta,t lb. 25c
Choice Rice lb. 10c
Calif. Bonila, ,J"1 liL' Tu" fl,h' n 19c
All Wheat Flour, . . .12 lb. bag 75c
Our Very Best Mince Meat, lb. 15c
Best Yellow Corn Meal lb. 5c
Best Pearl Barley lb. 5c
Best Soup. Beans lb. 12c
Calif. Lima Beans lb. 15c
Whole Green Peas ....... ,1b. 13c
Choice Salmon lAVb. can 15c
Fancy Spaghetti can 10c, 15c
Seedless Raisins pkg. 14c
Sweet Sugar Corn, can 15c-18c-20c
New Tender Peas can 15c, 19c
Every Day Milk can 7c, 14c
Cereals: For All Ages
A sco Rolled Oats pkg. 9c
Qua. & Motlier'a Oats. pkg. 10c
KeHogg's C. Flakes, tpkg. lie
Post Toimtics pkg. He
Shredded Wheat pkg. 12c
Puffed Rice pkg. 13c
PufTed Wheat pkg. 13c
Grape Nuts pkg. 12c
Pillsbury Bran pkg. 13c
Asco Farina pkg. 9c
Catsup and Relishes
Mors Rose Catsup. . .boU 10c
Ritter's Catsup boL 12c
Pride of Farm Cataup,bot.l7c
Blue I-abel Catsup. . .hot. 18c
Salad Dressing bot 14c
Asco Mustard jar 12c
Prepared Mustard. . .glass 7c
India Relish bot. 12c
Table Sauce bot 12c
Uorse Radish glass 9c
. Soaps, Cleansers, Polishes
P. & (1. Naptha Soap,
1 cakes 25e
Good Laundry Soap, ck. 4'tc
Old Dutch Cleanser. ...can 8c
Good Cleansers, can 4c-'ic
Bon Ami cake 9c
.Snowboy Powder ...pkg. 5c
Gold Dust pkg. 5c, 2,')C
Electro Silicon box 8c
A-l Metal Polish.. can 7c-10c
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Homc-Mnde you over served.
Baked in our own Bit; White Kitchens, and
sold ohly in our 1200 stores.
Specials in All Our 150 Meat Markets
Fresh Killed fT Roasltaffl Chickens, 39c "
CITY DRESSED PORK
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Porlt
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TIE DOWN
STAIRS
STORE
Dec. 30, 1918
at Wanamaker's
To Wear These
Lovely Hats
is reason eiiouRh for going South. You need an
unusually fertile imagination to imagine half of
their graceful beauty or trim smartness a3 the
stylo may be.
The little trim tailored styles in dark and light
straws and the elaborate creations act as perfect
foils to each other.
Then there are innovations of rough straw;
these are excellent contrasts with the light trans
parent hats. Lisere is being used with great suc
cess on tailored sports hats.
(Market)
Men's Evening
Clothes for Winter
Affairs
Now that the season for festivities
is here a man will want to supply him
self with good-looking, well-fitting eve
ning clothes of proper cut.
At $25 all-wool coat and trousers
that are well tailored; the coats with
silk body linings.
There's a Nip in the Air
that a good, warm overcoat will keep
out.
Just such an overcoat as these good
looking, all-wool, Oxford gray cheviots
at $22.50 to 35. There are single
breasted box coats or double-breasted
ulsters and ulsterettes.
(Oallrrr, Murlttt)
Evening Frocks
Poised for Flight
Into the Social Whirl
Tho light, airy dicsses of prettily-colored tulle seem about to
take wings and fly away. Some of the frocks show long folds
of tulle, while on others are innumerable narrow ruffles. Then,
too, there arc soft, lustrous satin di esses full of grace. Alto
gether you will find a most attractive showing in the little gray
salon of tho dress stoic. Prices arc as low as $15, and there
is good choosing among evening frocks up to 30.
Georgette Crepe
is delicately lovely when
wrought with exquisite taste
into dresses' quite suitable for
any afternoon occasions and
the informal affairs of eve
ning. Many of the dresses am
beautifully beaded, whileoth
ers arc embroidered in silk.
$24.75 to S-18.75.
New Spring Models
of serge in navy blue, bur
gundy, brown and plum ate
elaborately trimmed w i t It
braid and show the fashionable
collarless necks. $16.75.
Soft taffeta frocks' in navy
blue, gray and sand are stitched
in contrasting colors. The
skirts are made in panel effects
in front. $19.75.
Other new models in taffeta
aio $24.75 and $29.75.
(Market)
Inexpensive Coats Now
$12.75 to $23.75 Are
Going Fast
Looking at them one would easily know that they have boon
much more and are worth every bit of their former prices. Women
appreciate this, and the coats are sellingf ast. It is a big opportunity
not to bo missed.
Best come in the first thing on Tuesday morning!
At .$22.50
Men's White Gloves
nro needed for dress occasions, and New Year's
Eve is usually one of these, not to mention the
various evening affairs that are being planned.
The gloves are made of fine glace lambskin
and arc cither overscum or pique sewn. $1.25 to
$2.50 a pair.
(Central)
Gold and Silver
Ribbon
Surprise yourself by watching
how a.f resh bit of bright, new gold
or silver ribbon will change tho
whole aspect of an evening dress,
a pair of slippers or perhaps a
fur hat.
The ribbon is U of an inch to
5 inches wide at 18c a yard to
$2.60.
(Central)
The Lightest and
Airiest
of silk tulle comes in all the lovely
colors .for evening frocks, scarfs
and such delectable things. In
Nile, turquoise, rose, flesh, pink,
maize, orchid and American beau
ty. Two yards wide at $1.65 a
yard.
(Central)
Luxuriously Soft
Silk Underwear
Pink glove-silk underwear of
good quality at moderate prices.
Envelope chemises at $4.85.
Loose or tight-kneo combina
tions at $4.85.
Plain vests, generously cut, $3.
These all have band tops.
Bloomers, cut good and full with
clastic at the waist and knees,
at $3.50.
(Central)
At $15
for instance there are fully
lined coats of cheviot, pompom
and velour. Many have fur cloth
trimming and others are plain.
The price is less than wholesale.
Many fully lined coats of ve
lour, broadcloth, burella nnd pom
pom which originally sold for
much more, A large number are
sample coats.
And So It Goes
through the entire stock of coats with extra values at every price
from $25 to $85.
v. Evening Wraps
are included. They are lovely things, and tho selection is worth whilo
with but one or two of a kind. Women who like individual oyening .
wraps (a,nd what woman doesn't?) will be able to "get one in tlmo '
for the festivities of the opening social season.
(Market)
Scrim Curtains
$1.65, Special
These are pretty curtains M
white or cream color scrrni
with a hemstitched border
edged with imitation Cluny
lace. These curtains are suit
able for dining rooms, living
rooms and the like, and havo
been selling much higher all
along.
(Clieitnnt)
Don't Forget
Those New Year's
Cards!
Here they are, engraved
or printed, as you like,
with envelopes to fit! All
of them are clean and
white. 5c each.
(Central)
Snowy Curtaining
Special, 20c a Yard
Eight hundred yards of pretty
striped curtain Swiss has been
marked special for Tuesday.
(Clieatnnt)
"Today Is-
let mo see, m-m-m today is what date is
today 7" That need never and will never happen
in your home nor in your Ofilce if you get n
large wall calendar like tho one sketched. It is
75c, nnd other sizes are priced up to $1.
Desk calendars of all imaginable kinds arc
85c to $1.50.
Large picture calendars to hang on the wall nt home are well
mounted and show attractive pictures. 50c each.
(Central)
Excellent Corsets
for Evening Wear
For $2.50 you can get an at
tractive figured pink broche model
for slight to average figures.
Elastic, pretty pink silk embroid
ery and a ribbon bow finish the
top.
For $3,5p corsets of fine whlto
mercerized poplin nro delicately
striped with silk and embroidered
.with silk dots. They will fit aver
age to stout figure?, Dustlines
are low in front' and higher in
back.
(Central)
Violets and Fresh White Gloves
are associated in most women's minds with the jollifications of the
New Year.
For afternoon wear nothing is so appropriate as, fresh white
gloves of French kidskin. They are overseam sewn at '$2.50 a pair
and pique sewn at $2.75 a pair.
Then Longer Gloves
are needed for evening. Gloves of white glace lambskin, in 16-button
length, arc $2.85 a pair.
French kidskin gloves in 8-button length are white or black.
They are overseam sewn nnd nro prettily embroidered on the backs.
$3.50 a pair.
(Central)
Pretty Hosiery
will add charm to any costume,
nnd for all the gay evening par
ties of the Winter women will
want such things.
Silk stockings with tho tops
nnd heels lined with lisle for re
enforcement. In bronze,, cham
pagne, silver, taupe und African
brown at $2.16 a pair.
White silk stockings with mors
corized cotton tops and feet havo
double knees. $1.85 a pair.
(Central)
m January m
M vtluUGy
Evening Slippers for
Dancing Feet
You have u wide choico in tho Down Stairs Shoo Sterol
With turned soles and high, covered heelrf there aro slippers
of black, blue or pink satin and slippers of gold cloth. Thoy are
good slippers, too, and only $3,50 a pair.
Southward-Pound t
women are coming more and more to the Down Stairs 3 to re to
fill their footwear needs.
Tics and pumps of black calfskin, patent leather and tan
calfskin aro $4.75 to $4,00 a pair.
Spats Are Special
In white and chamois they are 00c a pair.
White Shoes, Too
High lace shoes of white kidskin on long, gracefully slender
lines' have turned roles and covered nceis. f 1;U0 a pair.
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