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Miss Eleanora Aileen Duffy
a group of English and
sang , .
french songs at a recital given by
Hj rs . Scammen-Jones at her
jdence, 412 South 22nd Street,
Philadelphia, one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis Gross
0 f Eastham Farm, Sellersville,
Pennsylvania, and Miss Katharine
White of Philadelphia, were week
end visitors of Mrs. James O. G.
Duffy, Cooch's Bridge.
'A baby girl, Helen Frances,
came to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark McOarns on Saturday last.
Mrs. Alice Herbener spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. Or
ville Richardson, of Chester.
Miss Stant, of Townsend,
the week-end guest of Miss Anna
Mrs. White of Wilmington, is the
guest of the Misses Steele.
r Mrs. J. T. Crow and son Reese,
of Chester, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
Miss Edith 0. Lewis spent the
week-end at Holly Oak, Del.
Mrs. Nan Kennedy and son Wes
ley, accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Evan W. Lewis, left Sunday
for Daytona, Florida, where they
will remain during the winter.
Lt. Morris R. Mitchell, of Camp
Lee. Virginia, spent the week-end
Miss Gertrude E. Brady, assist
ant prinicpal of the Brooklyn In
stitute, was a week-end guest at
the Women's College.
Rev. .1. W. Gray of Ebenezer M.
E. Church, and Rev. W. H. Edbee
of Newport, exchanged pulpits last
Sergeant Herman Little of the
"07th M. Ci. Bat.. Camp Dix, spent
the week-end in Newark.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Davis
and daughter, Mrs. Ida Wright and
daughter, of Philadelphia, Mrs.
Annie Hambleton and son, Miss
Belle Nickle and Mr. Alvin Nickle
of Rowlandville, Md., motored to
Newark on Sunday to spend the
day with Leslie Snyder and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Pusey Morrison
were given a variety shower by
their many friends, at the home fo
the bride's father, Mr. W. R. Bob
insnn, on Saturday evening. Music
and games made the evening a
pleasant one. The bride received
many beautiful and useful gifts.
About seventy-five guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Green en
tertained on Tuesday, in honor of
the fiftieth wedding anniversary of
the parents of the latter. Mr. and
Mrs. E. Coates Mote, for many
years residents of this neighbor
hood. Among guests entertained
at dinner were Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Mote, Dr. and Mrs. Rowan, Mr. and
Mrs. Currinder, Mr. Isaac Greene,
Miss Katharine Green, Mrs. Or
gan, Mrs. Mary J. Robinson, Mrs.
Robinson, Miss Clara Organ, Mr.
and Mrs. Pierson, Mr. and Mrs.
•Tames Organ, Miss Lillie Chan
ger, Mrs. Garrett, Mr. and Mrs.
Stroud. Mr. Simpers, Miss Belle
Mote. Mrs. Vnnsant, Mr. Johnson,
Mrs. E. C. Johnson, Johnson Row
an, Archibald Rowan, Mary
Stroud. Ellis Pierson, Francis
Pierson, Marjorie Johnson.
Professor Conover Addresses
New Century Club
At the meeting of the New Cen
tury Club this week, Professor
Conover gave a most interesting
lecture on "Socrates as a Hero."
That Socrates had been brought
up as a sculptor and had fought
valiantly in his country's wars be
fore devoting himself to philoso
phy was not generally known. He
s P f >ke most entertainingly of the
trials of the much reviled Xan
tippe, who led the unhappy life of
the wife of a genius who was sup
O'iorto the small things of life and
deprived her of the comforts and
luxuries dear to the heart of wo
men even in early Greek times.
A musical program followed.
songs, and the club united in sing
ing "The Star Spangled Banner"
an d "America."
The Club voted to send $5.00 to
the Engineer's Christmas Fund in
Prance, and $5.00 to the War
Children's Relief Association in
Duffy sang two
Church Suppers Scheduled
Church suppers have been an
nounced as follows:
The Armory, Newark, Thursday,
November 22nd, ladies of the Pres
' , Ebenezer M. E. Church, Thanks
giving evening, November 29th,
Todies' Mite Society of the church.
The Armory, Newark, Thursday,
December 6th, Ladies' Aid of the
Newark M. E. Church.
KENNARD & CO.
Merchandise Worth While
Early preparations coupled with careful choosing give us
i ., nvia e P os ition in possessing merchandise that is worth
; i. e ' , an y of the items mentioned are very staple lines as
indicated by the following :
A table-full of our choice Muslin Undergarments, slightly
mussed and liberally reduced in priée.
Extra fine bleach cotton Combination Suits, 58c each.
One case of full bleached fleeced cotton Vests and Pants.
Very special 75c
«onn 0rreC î Dress Fabrics » all-wool, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
Beautiful lustrous Satins, $1.50 yard.
An endless showing of Cretonnes for bags.
Silk Petticoats at $3.50 are a rarity now under today's
We continue the sale of these wonderful real French Kid
Gloves, black and white only, at $1.65 pair.
Heavy Mocha and Buckskin Gloves, $2.50
Guaranteed Washable Cape Gloves, $2.00
Extra heavy Silk Gloves, $1.35
Our holiday line of plain colored embroidered and initial
Handkerchiefs for men, women and children is now ready for
your choosing. Values were never better.
Leather Goods and Novelties for Soldiers' Gifts shown in
a wide range.
We show hundreds of white initial and colored Turkish
Towels for home use or for gifts.
Staple and novelty Linens for Thanksgiving can be
Blankets and Bedding of all sorts are strongly featured
now with a ready response from the public.
At $25.00 we are offering unmatchable values in Suits,
Coats and Dresses—fabrics, styles and workmanship of the
Single models in Suits, Coats and Dresses with no dupli
cates is a feature always in our garment section.
Furs for the holidays can be selected now while the lines
are at their best and reserved for later delivery.
We solicit charge accounts from those of established credit,
and prepay delivery charges on all purchases within a reason
621-623 Market Street
NEWARK OPERA HOUSE
PROGRAM WEEK BEGINNING
"BETTY BE GOOD." You'll miss a lot of fun if you fail to
see Jackie Saunders, the clever, popular little actress, "The Tom
boy of the Screen," in another rollicking five-reel comedy drama—
"Betty Be Good." Also—8th Chapter "FIGHTING TRAIL."
"ROBINSON CRUSOE," in five reels, and a cartoon comedy.
SATURDAY, 17 th—
Llilian Walker in "SALLIE IN A HURRY," a five-reel comedy
drama. News and comedy.
Ann Pennington in "SUSIE SNOWFLAKE," a five-reel Para
Pauline Frederick in "THE WORLD'S GREAT SNARE,"
from the celebrated novel by Philip Oppenheim. And 13th Chap
ter "FATAL RING."
Emmy Whelen in "JURY OF FATE,'
a five-reel Metro pro
Friday Nov., 16.
Friday Nov., 30.
Friday Dec., 14.
. "Robinson Crusoe"
."Battle Cry of Peace"
'God's Country and the Woman"
. L. FOORD FURNITURE COMPAHY
K. L. FOORD FURNITURE COMPAN
Solid Mahogany Spinet Desk
Exactly as Illustrated, Special $^C.OO
This Week Only. M
Here's an opportunity of getting a
Aren't you going to take
advantage of it r
R. L. Foord Furniture Co.
Seventh & Shipley Sts.
TO BE OBSERVED
Local Restaurant Makes An
In order to co-operate with the
National Food Administration, in
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The Smith-Zollinger Co.
FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS
In the November Sale of
these at new prices
are particularly attractive and decidedly worth while! From "
our regular stocks they are all in the best models of this sea- ; •
son, they are all splendidly made and man tailored in the best !!
fashion, and are of those good quality materials that always "
look well, wear well, and keep their shape well.
You will be delighted with
one of these stylish suits for E
your Thanksgiving outfit, you will be money in pocket if you ; ;
take advantage of these special new prices in effect today for ••
the first. ! '
$37.50, $27.50, $24.50, $22.50, jj
$18.50 and everyone was higher::
(Take elevator 2nd floor.)
j:: Handsome Dress Goods of the regular high Thoroughly Good
quality that you like
that keep out the rain — and
when that is done a raincoat has
accomplished its purpose. You'll
pronounce ours good after a
thorough test and besides these
raincoats have just that cut
about them that makes them a
"little different"—just a little
more desirable. Priced reason
(2nd floor, take elevator.)
•• and priced very reasonably, because they were bought fiom the
.. best mills months ago. You will find that it is true economy to
" buy "quality'' and not "price," for the very cheap is not cheap
•• at all in point of service, style, or looks. Here you will find
■ ■ " real dress goods " of dependable worth and quality, shown and
" sold in plenty of pure daylight so that you can see exactly 1, how
■; they will look when you wear them.
+ Ottoman Cloth, 48 in. in grey, green, burgundy, taupe, navy,
£ black, wisteria and plum, $2.
Storm Serge, 45 in., sponged and shrunk, ready to cut, in
X burgundy, copen, black, navy, green, brown, tan, plum and
•*- grey, $1.50 yd.
j- Chiffon Broadcloth, of superb quality and finish ; in the fash
11 ionable shades at $3.50 and $4 a yard.
11 Gun Club Suitings, a wide range of patterns from $1.75 to
This Muslin Under
wear is better
" $3 a yd.
" Priestley's Scotch Tweeds, those very good ones, 54 inches
•• wide, in brown, grey and green mixtures, are only $3 a yd,
•• Velours, are stylish and popular for fashionable cloaks and
Of elegant quality, these 54-inch Velours are from $3 to
than you could make yourself
for the same money, because it
was ordered long ago when
prices for raw materials were
1 COMBINATIONS, some lace
and some embroidery trimmed
are here in sizes 38 to 44, be
ginning at $1.25 and to $3.00.
MARCELLA DRAWERS at 69c,
75c, and $1 in the regular sizes
and at 85c in the extra sizes are
! very reasonable, and remember,
there are of old high quality.
Very attractive are these
at $3.00 with Night Gowns to
match at $3.50 and $-1.00. For
Christmas gifts these are very
11 $5 a yd.
11 SPECIAL —Priestly's English SERGE, 54 inches wide, and
" all wool, one piece of black and one jJece of navy, for only
.. $1.25 a yd.
(Dress Goobs, First Floor.)
" Remnants of Table Rich Furs of Quality
Linens at Lowered
Carefully-selected skins, made
up in the correct fashions for
T You may find just what you . this season and in sets or sepa
;; want for the Thanksgiving table ! rate pieces as you prefer.
among these. 1 1-2, 2, and j Red Fox Sets, several special
11 2 1-2 yards long, at less than I numbers, at $42.50; large size,
! ± regular. | new shapes.
Silver Fox Sets, of handsome
skins, nicely made up, are $45.
Bridal Fox Scarfs, in taupe
(2nd floor, take elevator.)
.. Regular goods off the piece, J
j" are of snowy whiteness and j
•• beautiful quality at fair prices, j
Î based on early season prépara- j a nd battleship, are $25 to $35
j V tions. For good linens come to j each.
Black and Taupe Lynx Sets,
at $65 to $100 each.
A very pretty selection of good
furs in the popular kinds, are
from $6 to $40 each.
(2nd floor, take elevator.)
that shed rain like a duck's ••
For freshening up your win
are here in all the new fall "
styles. It's well to be prepared • •
for the rainy day; get your um
brella now. Of strong Union | [
Taffeta with ebony finished ••
handles. These two numbers at !!
$3 and $3.50 are particularly 11
desirable. Silver trimmed ebony • •
handles add much to the styles !!
of these good silk umbrellas at \ \
$5, $6.50 and $7 apiece. Silk ; ;
Umbrellas, in blue, green, red,
are $4 to $5.50. Men's Umbrel- \
las covered with long wearing ; ;
Gloria or Union Taffeta and
with those comfortable Prince ! !
of Wales handles are only $2 to ;;
(Right inside the Market St. "
Plain Scrims and
These New House
are the nicest thing for curtains.
; ; It's easy to make up neat cur
•• tains and it is surprising how
they add to coziness of your
" rooms. 12 l-2c to 40c a yard.
" Cretonnes in the bright col
•• ors for draperies and couch
!! covers, are here in wide va
'E riety at from 18c to 60c a yard.
Notice particularly the wo tli
andbeautyofthe.se at 30c and
" 33c a yard. It pays to buy
; ; good ones.
• • (Third floor, take elevator )
are washable, comfortable
and real stylish, only
They come in plain dark blue,
or grey, in dark blue or grey
stripe and in black and white
There are several other pretty
styles at $1.50, $1.75 and $2 each,
all with the fullness in the back.
The Smith=Zollinger Co.
FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS
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the conservation of food, M. E.
McGovern, proprietor of the Cover
dale Restaurant, has announced
that beginning with November
16th, Tuesday and Friday of each
week will be observed as Wheat
less and Meatless days. Tuesday,
November 27, will be the first
Wheatless Day, and Friday, Nov
ember 16, as Meatless Day. On
these days no meats nor wheat will
be used, but substitutes for meat,
such as oysters, fish and eggs will
be used. On Tuesday corn and
graham bread will be served. Mrs.
McGovern asks the co-operation of
her patrons in the effort to con