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I i. SUFFRAGISTS
GET HEW FOR 1920
State Organization is Holding
Big Meeting at Trenton
Today and Tonight.
By Special Corespondent.
TREKTON. Nov. 16:—"With the
Bister state of New York safely placed
in the equal suffrage column as the
result of the rwent election the mem
bers of the New Jersey Women's
Suffrage Association today gathered
here to plan for the capture of New
Jersey in 1920 when the question may
be voted upon again in this state.
The occasion was the opening of
the twenty-eighth annual convention
of the organization. Following busi
ness sessions this morning and after
noon the delegates will attend a din
ner this evening at the Contemporary
Club. The presidents of the different
New Jersey women's organizations
ore to be guests of honor at this
function. Talks will be given by Mrs.
C. W. Stockton, chairman of the New
Jersey division of the Women's Com
mittee of the Council of National De
fense; Mrs. John R. Schermerhorn,
president of the New Jersey Fed era
tion of Women's CIntis, and Miss
Cornelia Bradford, of Whittier House,
Jersey City.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw will be the
headliner at tonight's mass meeting
in the assembly chamber at the State
House. She will speak on "Woman
Patriots and War Service." Address
es also will be made by Congressman
Elijah C. Hutchinson, of this city;
Mrs. Raymond Hrown, vice chairman
of the New York State Woman's Suf
frage party, and Mrs. Edward F.
Frickert. president of the New Jersey
Woman's Suffrage Association.
Equal suffrage was beaten in New
Jersey in 1915 by fifty thousand ma
jority.
SÏÏG AND SMOKER THURSDAY
NIGHT AT THE YACHT CLUB
The house committee of the Rari
tan Yacht CJufo have arranged for a
ι stag and smoker for club members
and guests at the clubhouse in Water
j street for next Thursday night.
The entertainment for the evening
will be furnished by Malcolm Shac
kleford, of the Star Lyceum Bureau,
whose inimitable manner of telling
stories with a strong southern dialect
and of singing, all the time accom
panying himself on the banjo, have
made him one of the most popular
lyceum entertainers on the circuit
today.
The committee are planning for
another number for the program, as
well as the usual music and good
time to follow.
RED CROSS HOME SERVICE
HAS INITIAL MEETING
The Initial meeting of the Red
Cross home service department, held
last night at St. Peter's parish house,
was most interesting. It was re
gretted that Mayor TenBroeck could
not open the meeting, as planned,
because of his presence at the dinner
to the boys who go next week to
camp, and later in the evening a Y.
M. C. A. campaign session claimed
him.
Mrs. O. W. Ramsay, chairman of
the department, gave some of her
5P
experiences In practical study of so
cial conditions In New York City, as
did Mrs. E. F. Spofford, who has been
taking a course of Instruction in the
metropolis also. The scope of home
service work was outlined, as it
touches the lires of families of all
who are engaged In the nation's serv
ice. The necessity of looking after
housing and playground conditions In
this city was especially mentioned,
and cooperation of all existing wel
fare forces requested.
Public aptivity of this department
of the Red Cross is not contemplated
immediately, but training classes will
be instituted along the same lines as
the first aid and surgical dressings
classes, for eocîîi] service workers;
local conditions will be reviewed, sta
tistics gathered and general prepara
tion made for effective handling of
many cases whloh later will need the
attention of this department
Among those present were repre
sentatives from the Board of Educa
tion, Board of Health, City Poor De
partment, Home for the Aged, Civics
and other committees of the Woman's
Club, Day Nursery managers, teach
ers and others interested in social
conditions.
Essential to Happiness,
Proper enre of the body Is vital to
bflpolnePR.—Gi*pnWlrt νf^^
VALHALLA ODD FELLOWS
BANQUET TOMORROW NIGHT
Valhalla Lodge No. 275, Odd Fel
lows, at its meeting last night con
ferred the second degree on three
candidates for General Morgan Lodge
of South Amboy, and completed ar
rangements for a banquet to bo held
at Washington hall tomorrow night.
The affair will be for the members
and friends of the lodge. The ar
rangements are in charge of a com
mittee composed of Paul Miller, John
M
Nielsen and Vlggo Jacobaen. Thai
banquet will start at S o'clock and aA
elaborate menu baa been promised.
Besides many members at th#*
meeting last night there were several·
visitors from General Morgan LodgreJ
of South Amboy and Essex County j
Lodge of Ra.hway. Complete arrange-J
ments were made for the representee]
tive going to the Grand Lodge session ι
at Trenton next Wednesday. Past
Grand Chris R. Lund Is the delegate
and he will probably be accompanied
by several members of the lodge to
the session. Noble Grand J. Toft·
Hansen was in the chair and conduct· j
ed the meeting.
BargraSmi Shoe
«tore ,
55 Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. J. |
High Grade
Sample Shoes
For Men, Women & Child
ren at Low Prices
(piano special
J Tomorrow Only
ί Uprights As Low As
1 $69.00
Players Pianos As Low As
$189.00
Also to the first six
purchasers
Six Upright Pianos, Brand
New
Former Price $325.00
Tomorrow
$232.00
Remember the six pianos mentioned above are for
sale tomorrow only.
Easy terms—$3.00 secures a piano or player piano
for Xmas Delivery.
This is an opportunity to get a piano at a large sav
ing. As the reduction is big an early call is advised.
Open Every Everting
Beethoven Piano Co.
Buy Here and Save Money
205 Smith Street
Largest Piano House in Central
■ New Jersey
The "National's" Outlet Store, 119 W. 24th St, Near 6A Ave.
Saturday Bargains
aimimmitmuinii Winter Coats
Ε U£«' Cm»
Girls' Coal
Gri·' Cut
Mhiei' Coal Ξ
S Tdnt'i Corda roj Ckariat Miitwra Clnitl Hi ι tar a Striped Mil tare ΐ
I $797 $469 $389 $5491
I Sale of Imperfect Coats
Ξ 374 Coats for Ladies, Misses and Girls—all Ξ
Ε new Fall and Winter models of the wanted ~
Ξ fabrics. Imperfections are slight and in most Ε
I cases it would take an expert to detect them. -
All Are Big Bargains Ξ
Ξ For Example: There will be 34 Girls' Coats of Wide-Ξ
=wale Velveteen Corduroy in Brown or Navy Blue. They=
sare slightly streaked and are marked to sell at $2.97. Ξ
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Shoe Sale
1,640 pairs—8 models—Patent or Gun MctaU;
some with cloth
tops. The model
pictured is of Pat
ent Leather with
' Belgian cloth tops.
Is—Patent or Gun Metal*;
$239
_____
November Suit Clearance
974 Suit»—19 Model»
for Women and Misses—of Wool Poplin, Velour Broad
cloth, Serge, Cheviot Serge, Burella Goth, Whipcord and
Mixed Worsted.
Big Bargain Values at Prices Ranging From
$6.97 to $13.97
Fur Bargains
The set pictured is made of $054
"Russian Bearskin" (Goatskin).. £a
Ladle·* Astrakhan Clotli Muff· ....etc
"Russian Bearskin" (Chinese Gontaldn)
Muff· · .$1.97
"American Marten" (American Opossum)
Scarfa .$3.97
"American Brook Mink" (Muskrat) Scarfs.. .$3.97
"Manrharlan Ivym" (Manctrarlan Wolf Doc) Set,
SS.47 Muff $6.47
Men!
At $5.97
Overcoat of
Cheviot for
Toon* Men:
serviceable;
medium
weight.
At $9.49
Mon's Suit
of Casslmere;
Conservative
style and
rood
material.
Men's Over
coat of
Cheviot;
Winter
we Iff ht;
well lined.
Comes In
black.
Saturday Specials
Women's Corset Cover*; nainsook; embroidery trim..29c
Stout Women's Drawers; cambric; tucked ruffle 23c
Women's Night Gowns; white nainsook; lace trim....49c
Women's Winter Union Suits; part wool; two styles..97c
Small Boys' Serge Suits; Norfolk style coat with Eton
over-collar; straight pants $2.49
Small Boys' Double-Breasted Coats; Beacon Blanket
cloth; well lined; velveteen collar $2.97
Small Boys' Coat, Cap and Legging Sets; Beacon
Blanket cloth; Navajo Indian design $3.97
Older Boys' Mackinaw Coats ; warm Beacon Blanket
cloth; patch pockets $3.97
Women's Crocheted House Jackets; wool worsted.. .$1.29
Women's and Misses' Middies; grey flannelette 44c
Men's Smoking Jackets; figured blanket cloth $2.29
Men's House Slippers; Cabaretta kid leather $1.09
Little Tots' Lace Shoes; patent; cloth tops........ .$1.29
Sheer Muslin Curtains; braid edge, tucked border 44c
This Outlet Store Is the Bargain Retail Store of the btu mall
order house, the National Cloak and Suit Company. Quantities are
limited, the assortment of sises and colors Is not always complete
and some are past season's styles—but everything Bold here la a
big bargain.
Ma Mall Ortfcn Are FDlad. Stora Hoars: ( U S.S0; Saturday, S.S0 ta ·.
NATIONALS"
Π Outlet Store
ll9<ol25W24thSt|
BetGtii andTthAvcs
WANAMAKER'S
WANAMAKER'S
WANAMAKER'S
Saturday==A Record=Breaking Day
Ends A Record=Breaking Week
Women's few-of-a-kind coats—
25 models—considerably less, $18.50
You will find in this collection coats very similar to those we have sold this season
for $22.50 to $35—for this is a disposal of a manufacturer's remaining surplus of winter
cloth coats. Many have beautiful large fur collars, some plain.
Fabrics include the kinds most in vogue this season—excellent qualities of
Wool velours Kersey Burella Pompom Warm coatings
Please note, too, that many coats are fully lined with silk. Kitt coney, opossum, dyed
muskrat, natural raccoon and gray fox are the furs used for collars.
Saturday $18.50
Down-Stairs Store, FY>arUi Λ Ten tic Front
NEW Prices of $5.95, $9.75, $12.75
and $14.75 on Women's Dresses
The $5 .95 dresses are lèss than half orig
inal prices. Mostly navy blue satin with
bodices in jacket and surplice effects; some
with pleated skirts. Few of serge.
Dresses at $9.75 are of serge—marked at
a saving of $5; eight models. Many with satin
collars and cuffs. One high-ncck model of
plain serge or Scotch plaid worsted has been
very popular.
Dresses at $12.75—duplicates in many
instances of the very dresses we have sold
earlier for $18.75. Ten models of all-wool
serge.
One with soutache braid trtmmlnc; others with
pleated skirts and tunics, some wtth surplice bodices,
some have shawl collars of white satin.
Dresses at $14.75 are few-of-a-kind styles
whose regular prices ranged from $18.50 to
$29.75. Jersey cloth, serge and velveteen;
some with tunics, some with pleated skirts.
Down-Stain Store, FVmrtil Avenue Front
Misses' Coats at $18.75, $22.50, $25
exceptional in every particular
All of the coats, with exception of those
of heavy burella cloth and velour-finished
coatings are lined and interlined—an excep
tional feature in these days of high costs of
materials and workmanship.
That the tailoring is commendable is evi
dent at a glance at the coats, which depend
merely upon stitching and well-shaped and
fitted collars and cuffs.
At $18.75—coats of burella cloth In a smart semi
fitted model; chocolate brown, navy blue and dark
green.
At 92X50—coats of One wool velour and heavy
burella cloth.
At 925—wooly velonr coats with seal-dyed coney
collars—one has revers, too. Also pialn broadcloth
coats In smart, bat conservative colors.
Sizes 14, 16, 18 and 20 years.
Down-Stairs Store, Old BnlMtnç.
Misses' Frocks
bring large savings
In the collection of $10 dresses are some
which measure up to our $20 grade. Savings
on others are not quite as much. Three
models in soft satins. Also an afternoon
model in satin combined with velveteen.
Tailleur frocks of velveteen—think of it—
at $12.75.
Also at 912.75—««Ten exceedingly good-looking
tailleur models (they are among the beat of the
season) In navy blue serge. Some have pleated
tunics and narrow underskirt*; other· have pleated
skirts.
At $15—four afternoon models of sçft
$12.75 and $15
satins in navy blue, dark preen, taupe and
black. Beautifully embrcjdered.
Young Girls' Coats, $8.50
Juniors', $12.75
Two important collections of coats—one
for young girls of 6 to 10 years, the other for
junior girls of 10 to 16 years.
Young girls' coata, |8.50—bu relia cloth, pebble
cheviots and wool velours. lined throughout.
Junior girls' coats. IU.TS—wool velours and plain
colored coatings; fully lined; fashioned with excellent
line· for (rowing girls who are difficult to lit
Down-Stair· Store, Old Building.
New groups of specially-priced
clothing for boys and youths
Two-trousers Norfolk suits at $6.50
Norfolk model of mixed cheviot with two pair· of knickers, fully
lined; sizes 7 to 17.
Two-trouser Corduroy suits, $6.50
Norfolk Jacket, with both knickers fully lined; sixes 7 to It.
All wool mackinaws, $7.50
Plaid end chccked fabrics; sixes 7 to 18; worn by girls, too.
Youths' long-trouser suits, $12
Coat, vest and trousers of worsted and cheviot; pinch-back coata;
slr.es IS to 20. Chests, S3 to 37.
Sample overcoats, all wool, $11
For beys and youths of 11 to 20 years.
Down-Stairs Store, Old Building.
A Break in the price of
women's well-known gloves, $1.35
Gloves whose standard retail prices have been $2, $2.25,
$2.50. The manufacturer—well-known—is unable to get any
more skins of this quality to put into gloves at these prices.
Imported lambskins—-eome of the glove· being made In France,
some here; black and white, with self or contrasting embroidered
backs. Down-Stairs Store, Old and New Buildings.
Children's coats, $5
New purchase of boucle
chcviot coats, lined and inter
lined, double-breasted. Green
and navy. Sizes 2 to 6. Very
exceptional for $5.
Fine sample
corsets, $1.95
Many corsets in this collec
tion are marked even less than
half their regular prices. Fine
materials, richly trimmed· in
models for slender, medium
and stout figures, including
many lace front models which
are exceptional.
"Vendôme" corsets—
special at $1.95
Sports model of striped batiste
with elastic top.
Sample brassieres, 75c—
for $1, $1.50 grades
Down-Stain Store, Old Building.
These Lots at HALF PRICE
AU from our regular stocks; ^reduced Saturday to half our
original prices; quantities limited—come early
Misses' Coats, $9.25
Women's Suits, $10
Broadcloth with fur collar
Good quality broadcloth, lined
with Bilk; convertible collar of
Hudson weal (dyed muskrat);
simply but well tailored; skirt
with pockets; only 25 suits.
Women's Velveteen
Dresses, $9.50
, Seven models—two fur-trim
med; one of velveteen and satin
combined with white satin vestee
and collar. Brown, navy, black,
green, burgundy, plum—but not
in every style. Only 25 dresses.
Fourth Avenue front.
Petticoats, 50c
Sateen in black and street
shades with deep pleated flounce;
white sateen with Persian design
and corded flounce.
Women's Qloves, 50c
Slightly soiled; black, white,
tan and champagne cape. (00
pairs.
Waists at 38c
White lingerie waists in four
tailored models with low flat col
lars; self-figured, striped and
rice-cloth effects. 225 waists.
Trimmed Hats, $2.25
Hardly two hats alike. Lyons
velvet, panne velvet; many tail
ored shapes, some with quills,
few with fur, others with ribbon.
Only 100 hats.
Women's Sweaters,
$3.75
All-wool. Shotland weave; vari
ety of colors with sailor collar
and cuffs In white, some brushed
wool; 80 sweaters.
Wool velour coatings in plain
colors—Navy blue, burgundy,
dark brown and gfeen—large col
lars edged with skunk-dyed opos
sum. Collars may be fastened
high and close about the neck.
Rises 14 to 20 years Included—
only 31 coats.
Misses' Dresses, $5
All wool serge and some satin
dresses which were originally
more than double this price. 75
dresses. Sises 14 to 20.
Girls' Dresses, $5
All-wool storm serges In style
for girls of 12, 14 and 1«.
Broadway front.
Men's Socks, 10c
Black lisle with doubla soles;
seconds; 1,200 pairs.
All on one floor, Down-Stairs Store
Store Open
9 to 6
Broadway at
Ninth, New York

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