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IN CHARGE OF PROGRAM AID ASSOCIATION PLANS MINSTREL SHOWJROGRAM Coontown Picnic” Will Be fliven by Amateurs Tues j day Night. ITnautin n Picnic” la the title of A blackface musical comedy and mln |M that will be given by the L. S. Hug A Oo, Employees Mutual Aid JtaHOtattou at Krueger's Auditorium tamaday evening, November 15. New •Mlc, mw jokes and elaborate oos kwnlng will be features of the produc gtan A <1atn»ing party will follow the The committee arranging the event Is gampomd of Charles Kapner, chair gwe; Harry B. Klrsch, George Heals, (kreoet Kuablsr. Mias Margaret Carlos ■■d Mias Sarah Kerrigan. The cast of oharacters la as follows. Patterson Johnson, the mayor of Coon inwn. Edward J. Symons; Jasper fcrown, Judge of Coontown, Fred Stor ing; Alexander Pills, a Coontown doc tar, (tank Cheeney; Washington the person of Coontown, Mr. ; Samuel Elias Jackson, a . sport, Billy 9chneider, Jr ; a, J. Nagle, songsters of Coon , WUllam Brown, James Mackie; Nagel, Allen Roueke, David 311 ? a, August Schmidt, Harold Iron non, George Oorden, Milton Morgan, Sfrank Cheeney, Samuel Barnett, Jacob ZJelrdee, Benjamin Welnthal, Harry i Ltvoon, Henry Haefner, Herman \ Cohen, Max Solov; Miss Eliza Grand I J opera, Miss Corrlne Boyd; Miss Susan )S Ragtime, Miss Lena Kapner; the ft Misses Anna Knodel. Mamie Barlam, tJ Lillie Meteky, Antoinette Deluce, Bes W nle Mulligan, Mary Motler, Anna Paw hlki, Gertrude Oernet, Jennie Russell, Mollie Friedman, Anna Josephson, L Mollie Reisenberg, Rose Epstein, Bes l| sie Taylor, Lillian Josephson and Ella K Epstein. ■ W1I.L TAKE PRACTISE RIDE. « HACKENSACK, Nov. 11—Colonel Edwin Hine and staff, of the Fifth ■K. N. J. N. G., will start this afternoon ^■x from Paterson on a practise ride ■ A through the State. Major II. R. Goes SHm er and Captain Wyskon, of Lennia. 111 be among the officers, while Lleu rr^’Yenant Chester Wells, of this town, will ride. Lieutenant John Loveland, ot Englewood, will also take the test. SONG IN RIVALRY WITH SILK AT PATERSON'S f AIR Silk City’s Industrial Exposition Made Vocal by Exquisite Home Talent. PATERSON, Nov. ll.-One of the most pleasing features of the Indus trial Exposition, which was opened In the Fifth Regiment Armory by Gov ernor Fort, Is the musical program that is rendered nightly by the church choirs and singing societies of the city. All the talent Is from Paterson, In keeping with the . idea that nothing should be shown or produced that Is not a part of Paterson. This evening St. Paul’s Church choir will render "The Lord Is Great," by Ringhlnl; "Thine Is Thy Kingdom,” by Gaul, and "With Smothered Swords," by Costa. The members of the Orpheus Club on the following Monday will bold forth and sing “Morning Song and War,” “Blue Eyes” and "Song of Arabia.” Tuesday evening will be devoted to the singing by the members of ML Joseph's Operatic Society of the “Seven Last Words of Christ," by Mercandantl, and selections from the comic opera, “The Royal Trickster." by the Rev. Paul P. Guterl, of St. Joseph's Church, this city. The Church of Redeemer choir, Wednesday evening, will sing "A Song of Thanksgiving.” by Sydenaam, “Lead Kindly Light," the late President Mc Kinley's favorite hymn, by Dudley Buck, and "The Conqueror," by George B. Nevln. Thursday evening the First Presby terian Church choir will render "He Is Exalted," by West: “A Silent Night,” by Barnby, and "O Be Joyful," ar ranged from Wagner’s Tannhauser. The Paterson Opera Association,-Fri day night, with a membership of eighty, John G. Zabriskie conducting, will give a program. NAMES SCHOOL ARCHITECT. ELIZABETH, Nov. 11.—A report from the committee on new High School, which recommended the Ap pointment of G. Godfrey Poggl, of this city, as architect for the proposed new High School and also recommending that a formal contract be drawn by the city attorney providing for the ap pointment of Mr. Po ji, was unani mously adopted at the meeting of the Board of Education. 1 _ _ [When You Are “Off Color” 8 It Is Time To Take R care erf yourself. This is generally the first symptom of some organic de- g| rangement and often the fault of indigestion. If not corrected, “off ||§ color” is followed by blemishes, lassitude, dull eyes, heavy head, bad g breath and the symptoms all are familiar with, who have a ggj disorganized stomach. The whole system soon gets out ||| of gear, incapacitating one for either pleasure or work. The backache, nervous spells, impover jshment of the strength and blood are H easily encouraged and developed unless something is Jm done to restore and invigorate. The world’s great est remedy I will cor rect this condi tion. The first act is to assist the stomach and liver, enabling nourishing food to digest and become assimilated by the body, to restore the nerves and blood to proper order. Energy and vitality dispel lassitude—rich, red blood courses through the veins and soon shows itself in the whole body. The eye becomes clear and keen and the brain vigorous. If you take Beecham’s Pills good health will be established and Your Color Will Return At all Druggists, 10c. and 25c. I — - -mini™— -iTmrir«i mi .--rrrmnrn'' irnt^n Vm ™ i—m Otn* Styles, Qcal ty and Liberal Xreatment Hold Otxt Patrons I Many of our patrons who began housekeeping years ago come back to us when they wish to make additional I purchases. We have no hard exacting methods. Each buyer’s payments are arranged to suit his iucome. Our cus- I tomers remain loyal to our store because of our confidence in them and our fair open methods of dealing which they I know so well. w Another big attraction to the Christian Schmidt Furniture Store is the wonderfully broad, liberal, convenient I Payment Plan—the way of comfort and happiness in home furnishing. No way more easv and simple ever devised B than this. You merely come to our finely stocked store, buy what you wish, pay as you can—small amounts each week I or month and enjoy the benefits of your purchase as those whoare worth their thousands and pay cash for all they own. | This Exact Elegant Set for your Library , at the Cost of One Piece css Open Every Evening Until Nine Large Library Tables, Arm Chair, Arm Rocker and Side In Solid Oak, Early English Finish, Finely Upholstered in Imperial Leather This unparalleled offer is characteristic of the Schmidt store. It is a marvelous chance for you to procure this beautiful set—at a price almost unbelievable. The style is the true mission; built of selected kiln-dried solid oak, in rich early English finish. The construction is most durable—every joint is mortised and glued. The rocker, arm chair and side chair are upholstered in imperial leather. The table has a large undershelf; each piece is made with extraordinary care and skill. It is an offer you cannot allow yourself to miss. Special, $13.75. Open Every Evening Until Nine O’Clock 157-159 Springfield Ave. Reach Our Store Take Any Springfield Avenve or Plank Road Car, Either Direct or By Transfer, and Get Off at Broome Street \ PENNSYLVANIA OFFICIAL ELOPES WITH HIS DEPUTY. New Castle Man Goes to Michi* jjan to Wed. DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 11.—Lyman C Castle, city comptroller of Newcastle, Pa., and his deputy comptroller. Miss Pansy A. Newton, came secretly to Detroit to be married. They arrived yesterday morning, and as soon as the marriage license clerk opened his office they procured the necessary license. They hunted up a minister and were married In less than two hours after landing on Michigan soil. Fear of the "Joshing” and “horse play” Which he says would have been meted out to him In Newcastle is what caused him and his sweetheart to run away. TO PAY ELECTION BILLS. ELIZABETH, Nov. 11.—There will be a special meeting of the Board of Free holders November 18 for the sole pur pose of paying all election expenses. All ' ho have bills aga'nst the hoard for election are requested to present them to County Collector Nathan R. Leavitt not later than November 16. EPICUREAN BOUT OPENS IN THE CULINARY ARENA Eating in All Its Sublime Beauty Will Be Demon= strated. y CHICAGO, Nov. 11.—An eating con test began yesterday at Park Ridge, a suburb, when the first candidates “weighed in" on the scales at the Northwestern station and it will con tinue for thirty days. During that i ! space eating in all its forms and rami i fications, from the best fattening methods to scientific dieting, will be , the main topic of. conversation in the 1 suburb. It is a contest framed to work both ways. The contestants may de- i dare their intentions, whether to gain ! r —■— -- or lose avoirdupois, and the men who do the best in their chosen paths will be declared winners. The contest, as far as the eating end is concerned, is “for men only,” but the women are interested equally, for there will be prises for the cooks and trainers of the winners. A $100 tireless' cooker will go to the wives or cooks or trainers of the two winning candidates, and the winners themselves will be presented with smoking outfits. A condition of the contest is that every contestant must weigh in every Friday night, and so have his gain or loss recorded. One hundred and twenty-two men weighed in during the day and this number is expected to reach 260 when the weighing in ends tomorrow night. HILL DEMOCRATS WILL CELEBRATE VICTORY. Leveen and Other Associations to Join in Parade. Plans for a monster demonstration tonight by the various Democratic or ganizations of the Hill section have been made at a meeting of the Leveen Democratic Association at its head quarters. 97 Springfield avenue. Assemblyman-elect Michael Leveen was somewhat opposed to the serenades and parade, but after he was lured from the meeting room a committee was ap pointed to engage a brass band, purchase brooms and redflre, and, if possible, se cure the loan of a modest coffin to be carried in the procession. The march ers will meet in front of the Leveens’ quarters at ,7:30, and during the night will serenade prominent Democrats and successful candidates. The affair was supposed to have been kept secret from Assemblyman Leveen, but one of the committee felt that it was his duty to explain the entire ar rangements to the organization's stan dard-bearer. The line of march will be Springfield avenue to Howard, to Court, to Prince, to Montgomery, to West, to Baldwin, to High, to Mercer, to Springfield avenue, to Broad, to Washington place, counter march to Broad, to Market, to Spring field avenue, to headquarters. Besides the Leveens, the Third Ward Democratic Association, Colored Demo cratic Association, P. J. Gunning Asso ciation, Barney Fleishner Association and several other organizations will be in line. Members of the Leveen Democratic Association enthusiastically greeted Assemblyman-elect Michael Leveen at the meeting last night. The new county official thanked the members for their loyal support and declared that they would have no cause for regret. He was extremely pleased at the work of his friends in the Third and Second wards. A committee to procure subscription blanks for stock In the new club-house was appointed. Another was named to arrange for a banquet in honor of the organization’s standard-bearer. PLANS FOR BARTENDERS’ BALL, The annual reception and ball of Bartenders' Union, Local No. 131, will be held in Krueger's Auditorium, Mon day evening, January 23. A committee, of which Benjamin Newell Is chairman, is making elaborate arrangements for the event. GIVE BENEFIT CONCERT FOR FRESH AIR HOME. A concert will be given in Wallace Hall Friday evening, November 18, Cor the benefit at the Fresh Air Home, in Roseiand. The following people will take part in the program: John Barnes Wells, tenor, of New York; Miss E. Marie Sonn, reader, and the Mozart Trio, composed of Cornelius Jackson, violin; Henry W. Jordan, jr., alto, and James Phtllpson, pianist. Reserved seats can be secured at the G. P. Guenther Music Company, 879 Broad street. The program will be as follows: “Serenade".Wldor I Mozart Trio Songs—(a) “Love Me or Not"... .Secchi (b) “If I Were You”.Wells (c) "The Elf man”.Wells Mr. Wells. Reading—Selected, Miss Sonn Violin—(a) Polish Dance Op. 6...Drake (b) “Im Rosenduft".Gustave Mr. Jackson. Songs—(a) Boat Song.Harriet Ware | (b) To Lucasta, Mr. Wells. Petite Suite Op. 80.........Saint-George j (For two violins, cello and piano), | Mozart Trio and Oscar Hobst. Reading—Selected, Miss Sonn. Cello—(a) Scene Elegiaque Op. 22. (b) Witches Dance Op 21, Kronold Mr. Jordan Songs— ta) “My Heaven." (b) "Sunset".Alex Russell Mr. Wells. LEFT FORTUNE IN IRELAND. BAYONNE, Nov. 11.—Summoned by her wealthy grandmother in Ireland, who has made her an heiress to an estate and fortune in that country. Miss Anna Smythe, of 172 Fourth street, Bayonne, has departed for Ire land with her father. Her grand mother, who has taken an immense llHng to the American girl, although she has never seen her, is dying and sent word that she wanted to see hei favorite granddaughter before it was too late and determine if she were as charming as her photographs and let ters had indicated. WILL SEND BODY TO READING. Arrangements have been made for shipping the body of George Funk, one of yesterday's asphyxiation victims, to | his former home in Reading, Pa. ;s pITPQ <ss Class B BJ Priced What you get for what you pay is the main thing to be considered, no matter what you buy or where you buy it. Especially is this true in the buying of Furs. Every Garment and Every Piece You Buy \ Here Is Made in Our Own Factory FROM SELECTED PELTS Here Are a Few Specials Fresh from Our Workrooms j -$75 PONY COAT— Made of that fine lustrous, flat skin pony so popular this season; Si-inch garments of the latest model; lined with bro- 50 caded satin; a 175 value, *4 / special at. —$85 PONY COAT Genuine Russian Pony Skins, long silky hair, perfectly matched, a distinctive model, elegantly lined throughout with richest S i ^ 50 satin; f85 in the retail A/ stores, here for. French Sable Coat—Ele«ant in s,yle and quality, exceptions’ 3>au rrencn aaoiewodl in value; made of selected skins $e7rk.50 in black or brown; ultra-fashionable models; with long shawl collar /U* and deep cuffs; instead of $50, our price is. Belgium Lynx Muff = - = = 4.25 Belgium Lynx Muff = = = = 5.50 Black Wolf Muff = = = == 8.75 French Lynx Set = = * = = 9-50 Black Wolf Set = = = -- = 16.50 A Deposit Will Reserve Any Article 595 BROAD STREET_ -- 1 """ " WINDHAM-SCHENCK. PLAINFIELD. Nov. 11.—In Warren chapel last night Miss Nora Schenck was married to Charles F. Windham by the Rev. Joseph O. McKelvey. The bride was given away by her brother, John Schenck. She wore white messa line, trimmed with Irish lace, and car ried a shower bouquet of rosea and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor was Miss Adsle Hope Kirby, sister-in law of the pastor. She wore white ehiffog over green silk and carried chrysanthemums. August H. Wind ham. a brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and the Rev. 'William Cox. of Camden, a cousin of the bride: Will iam Latourett, Clarence LaRue and Alexander Galloway, ushers. The bride has been the soprano soloist at Warren Chapel for several years. STAR WANT ADS ARC THE BEST. SMASH-UP ENDS FIFTEEN* THOUSANDMILE CIRCUS TRIP. BRIDGEPORT. Conn.. Nov. 11 —After traveling nearly 15.000 miles without mishap during the summer, the Barnum & Bailey circus train was wrecked yes terday within a mile of winter quar ters, the end of the season’s great jour ney. The accident happened in the railroad yards of North Bridgeport and was due to a freight switcher backing into the circus train. A couple of cars containing circus wagons were pushed off the viaduet and smashed, and one sleeping car was torn off its trucks. The men inside were shaken up. but not hurt. The wrecked train carried, among other things, a herd of thirty elephants, which were taken from the train and marched through the side streets of Bridgeport to the winter quarters.