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East Orange Priest Compliments
Parents for Records of
Al the usual monthly meeting of the
parents and pupils of the parochial
uchool connected with the Church of
Our Lady Help of Christians, East
Orange, Rev. John P. Callaghan last
night took up the report of each pupil
separately. The attendance at the
meeting was large, and the priest
complimented the parents for their co
operation with him In causing the
results their children accomplished.
The roll of honor, which Includes
only those who averaged 90 per cent,
is as follows: Second grade, Lawrence
McCabe, Leo McGovern, Thomas Far
rell, Agnes Fitzgerald. Eileen Finan.
Frances Lynch; third grade, Irene
Bischoff, William Stanley, John O'Hal
leran, Gertrude Vrecland. Arnott Mll
lett. Irene Gilman, Dorothy Clinton;
fourth grade. Agnes Mulligan, Ray
mond McCabe, Margaret Rich. Rose
•O’Brien. Charles Bischoff. Eleanor
Eagan. Margaret Barrett, Irene Sulli
van. Mary .Margaret Farrell.
Fifth grade. Elizabeth Toontey, Sara
Bradley. .Mildred Crowley, Julia
Lawson, Alfred Savage, Stephen
Finan. Evelyn Croiu.t, Helen Sny
der, Helen Clinton. Thomas Hever,
William Cronin, Rosemary Byrne,
Jane Farrell, Elizabeth O’Brien,
Mary Reilly: sixth grade, Gertrude
Stanley. Irene Keyes. Edward Henry.
Muriel Kirby. E'izabeth Dobbs,
Francis Byrne, Mary Finneran;
seventh grade, Charles Finan. Thomas
Harrington. Joseph Fitzsimmons. Anna
Toorney, Edward iiaugli, Jerome Stan
ley. Charles Eraass, Edmund O’Brien,
Gertrude McGovern. Lillian Kelly,
•Richard Brothers, Helen Farrell, Lar
kin O’Neill, William Conroy, Catherine
Bowen. Margarite Sullivan, John Cum
mins. Ronald Mooney, Florence Doyle;
eighth grade, Josephine Toontey, Stella
Bartolena, .Mary Mooore, Grace .Mur
phy, Joseph Henry, Nora Dunn. Kath
leen Sullivan, Mary McGovern.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 6.—Fire de
stroyed a five-story building < ccupien
by Long Brothers, wholesale grocers.
- The loss is JiloO.OOu.
Diamond Gift
Is Refused by
Church officers
MORRISTOWN, Dec. 6.—The war
dens and vestrymen of St. Peter's
Protestant Episcopal Church yesterday
I filed with Surrogate Young a formal
refusal of the bequest of Miss Cornelia
S. Howland’s diamonds. Under her
will she left “rings, pendant and
breastpins" to the church, to be “in
serted and kept in the holy communion
service of the church, and for no other
use whatsoever.”
Rev. Philemon S. Sturges, rector of
St. Peter’s, said that the church
officials decided against taking the
diamonds because, if used as directed,
it would necessitate keeping the com
munion service in a safe deposit vault
and also because of disapproval of the
decoration of the communion service
in such a manner. Then, too, said the
rector, the Idea of having a woman’s
jewels set in the service was repug
nant tcj many of the members.
Pagoda=Like Headgear Classed
With Raised Umbrellas.
CHICAGO, Dec. 6.—No more will
mere man be crushed between mam
moth liats, abloom with flowers and
rampant hatpins. while attending
services in the Lexington Avenue Bap
tist Church.
In tile weekly calendar, issued this
week, women are requested to remove
their hats.
"One would not expect to keep raised
an umbrella in a tiouse of worship,”
reads the request, “but some hats are
almost, as large and quite as great an
obtsuiVtion to those seated behind
I them."
NEW YORK, Dec. 6.—Josephine
Steubins, !• years old. of 587 East Six
teenth street, was in the Children's
Court today on the charge of picking
pockets in a department store, she
was held for investigation. The girl
denied the charge, saying she was
shopping with her sister.
ANpR’ew' bonaR’ law*
Andrew Bonar Law Succeeds
A. J. Balfour.
LONDON. Dec. 6. -Andrew Bonar
I.aw is the newest power in English
politics. He has succeeded A. J. Bal
four as Unionist leader In the House
of Commons. Law is a Canadian by
birth, an ardent protectionist, and a
determined opponent of home rule, fie
is u brilliant speaker and a resource
ful debater.
Sample Finest Stock and Help
Themselves to Cash.
Aaron Kandel. who conducts a saloon
at Market and Van Buren streets, will
no longer go to sleep dttrig business
hours, for today he wails the loss of
$29 in cash and several bottles of
choice liquors. His loss was reported
to the polio, and was Immediately in
vestigated by Patrolman Hugh Fitz
Kandel, it was lamed, was in the
saloon talking to several of bis cus
tom rs when he decided to get warm
near the stove. He was soon asleep,
and his son was also asleep on a pool
table. The two men who remained
then had a jubile “drinking on the
Investigating along Market street,
Fitzsimmons found the two tnn still
'in good spirits." with much money
betwen them. They were taken to the
Third precinct police station, and ad
mitted that they wer the thieves. The?
gave their nams as Joseph Bushman
23 years old. no home, and John Cin
der! 28 years old, of 24 Oxford street,
judge Hahn will hear the ease against
the men tomorrow morning.
Patrons of the new Rapid Transit
line Who live In the Roseville section
are to have another short line, accord
ing to the announcement made today
by the Public Service railway officials.
Beginning next Monday evening the
company will run what is to be called
the Roseville short line. At 5 p. m.
the service will start, cars leaving Cen
tral avenue and Broad street, near the
Park place terminal, every eight min
utes until 6:28 p. m.
The cars will go north on Broad
street to Orange street, west on Orange
street to Fourteenth street, and get
back to Central avenue and Broad
street by way of Fourteenth street and
Central avenue. This service Is ex
pected not only to rellove the rush met
by residents of the Roseville section
who use the tube, but will afford addi
tional service to waiting passengers
who have transferred at Bridge and
Orange streets.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 5— Crazed by
the long strain incident to the murder
of his brother several months ago, and
by the excitement attending two hunts
for the murderer, John C. Hollings
head, of Lincoln county, yesterday
shot and seriously wounded T. B
Walker, the negro murderer, while he
was In the court-room being sentenced
to the gallows. The Court House was
in the wildest confusion following the
shot, and as rumors of a race riot per
meated the city hundreds rushed to
the building. The negro was shot
through the .law and was badly wound
ed, but not enough so to prevent his
hanging later in the day.
The following officers were elected at
the annual meeting of Court Seton
No. 72. of the National Order Daughters
of Isabella, bold last night at Music
Temple, 401 Plane street, this city:
Regent, Miss Margaret L. McGrath:
vice-regent. Miss M. Helen Clowes;
prophetess, Miss Mary C. Duffy; moni
tor, Miss Agnes McDermott; treasurer,
Miss Margaret E. Leary: financial sec
retary, Mrs. May McCormick; his
torian. Miss Alice Wilson; sentinel,
Miss Bessie Hooley; organist, Miss
Bessie Hooley; trustees, Miss Bessie
M. Duff} and Miss Mary E. Harring
ton. Tim society is making plans for
a Christmas entertainment to be held
at Music Temple on December 19.
There will be a Christmas tree and a
Santa Claus, who will give presents to
needy families.
Delegations from five counties at
tended "ladles' night,” held by Ori
ental Lodge No. 51, F, and A. M., Inst
night In the New Auditorium. An en
tertainment consisting of an excellent
vaudeville program was given and fol
lowed by dancing. T. Arthur Baker,
of New York, had charge of the ar
rangements, while the chairmen of the
various committees were C. Millard
Versoy. Frank A. Welzeneggsr and
Harry C. Meeker.
I Christmas Gifts
| at Tempting Prices
You won't find another assortment
of gift things more satisfying than
this, even if you shop all over Newark.
Our collection of Diamonds, Jew
elry, Watches, Clocks, Toilet Silver
ware and Table Flatware, in the
most dependable qualities, is wide
enough for almost any taste.
One of the pleasantest features about buying here
is the extreme modesty of our prices.
A little comparison will convince you that, quality
for quality, our prices are away below those of down
town stores.
j Any purchase reserved for a small deposit.
Jeweler AURNHAMMER Cor er I
Optician 224 Springfield Ave. Beacon St.
f' |
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First Federal Jail for Women
Is Being Erected in Kansas
500 Prisoners Will Be More!
Closely Confined Than Des
perate Men.
LEAVENWORTH, Knf., Dec 6.— |
Uncle Sam's women 1 risoners, nearly
500 of them, now scattered in State pen-1
| Itentiarles all over the country, soon j
will have a prison of their own. a prison
Inside a prison. In fact. Into which no
man, aside from a few higher officers,
I ever will penetrate.
The new prison Is being built Inside
the walls of the United States peniten
tiary here. It occupies one corner of
the prison Inclosure, from which it will
be cut off by high walls, as secure as
those which surround the main inclo
sure. Though less likely tc chance es
cape than the men, the women will be
more securely confined than the most
desperate characters in the men's pri
son. No community of nuns will be
any more closely shut, off from the
world. Few visitors ever will perietra.te
(he walls of the women's prison, and
even visits from relatives will be con
fined. as much as possible to women
The government now pays the vari
ous States in whose prisons women
federal prisoners are kept a stated sum
for their board. These women gener
ally have been convicted of violations
of the postal or revan u tav.s, counter
feiting. white slavery and, in some in
stances. for assault or murder. While
their new prison will he upder the con
trol of the warden of tha^Tnited States
penitentiary. It will be vlnder the direct
supervision of a woman, who probably
will have tlie title of superintendent.
I VALLIANT, Okla . Dec. A mob
forced an entrance to the tail here, se
i tired a young negro who refuged to
give his name, and hanged him to a
tree at the fair grounds near the town.
The negro was arrested on the charge
of assaulting the 12-year-old daughter
of Dee Saunders, of this place.
The mob dispersed, leaving the body
of the negro swaying in the wind.
_JL!_ .1 . - ——
PHJL.ADEJ.PH1A. Dec fi— When her
dress caught fire from a bonfire at
Fourth street and Atlantic avenue,
Camden, yesterday. Teresa Blood. 13
years old, of J470 South Third street,
was saved from death by a man who
wrapped his overcoat about tier little
form and extinguished the blaze. The
hero refused to give his name.
The child was burned front the waist
down, but it was stated at the Homeo
pathic Hospital last night that sho
would recover.
She Returns to
Find Husband
Has Divorce
NEW BRITAIN, Conn, Dec. 6.—A
woman who believes herself to be the
I wife of George Mariker. of this place,
[ is here today after traveling all the
! way from Cleveland, O.. only to find
! that her husband divorced ber several
! years ago and remarried. The couple
| were married In Russia and had four
j children. Mariker claims that he sent
j money for his wife’s passage twice, but
| she did not come and then he secured
! a divorce in Cleveland and remarried,
j coining here.
j When Mrs. Mariker arrived from
! Europe she went to Cleveland and then
| came to this city. On her arrival here
j she had her former husband and his
j wife arrested, but the divorce papers
were shown and they were released,
j Mrs. Mariker will be sent back to Ohio
! by the local authorities.
“The Social Evil" will be discussed
: by Rev. Dr. Henry Berkowitz, of Phila
delphia, chancellor of the Jewish Chau
tauqua Society, at the second lecture
of the temple course to be given in
the B’nai Jeshurun Synagogue, in
Washington street, this evening. Habbi
Solomon Foster will preside.
j A theatre party will be held at the
j Gayety Theatre tonight by the Thomas
' A. Blaney Association and 400 members
I are expected to attend. A banquet will
; follow at the Hotel Navarre.
$50,000 AS HEART BALM.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6.—Miss Norlne
Bert McKee, eaid to be a member of an
old Southern family, has filed suit In
the county clerk’s office asking $60,00o
from Earl A. Waizem, a Wall Street
broker, who. she alleges, refused to
keep Ills promise to marry her. The ,i
defendant lives at the Hotel Marseille,
Broadway and 103d street.
NEW YORK. Dec. 6.—Mrs. Gene
vieve Nicademus, of 1000 Grand ave
nue, the Bronx, was held for trial yes
terday by a coroner's jury for murder
in the first degree. The young woman
shot and killed her husband after ha
| had served papers in a divorce action
• on her. She also shot herself. They
had been married about one year. . ,s
Wrinkles Vanish
When This is Used
“The band of Time will touch lightly
tbe *heek that avoids powders or cos
metics, says Mrs Mae Martyn, authority
on beauty, in the Sacramento Post, "and
uses iustead a simple lotion mad© by
stirring 2 teaspoonfuls glycerine in % pint
hot water, then adding 4 ounces spurraax.
Manv, however, prefer witch-haeti to
water. a* with the former it dries more
This i* applied sparingly to face, neck
and arms, then nibbed lightly* until it
vanishes After a few time* using
wrinkles and fine lines vanish, the oily,
sallow or ‘muddy’ color disappears, and
pimples and blackheads are eliminated.
The value of this lotion over the taco
poAvder quickly manifests itself, as it Is
invisible when on and does not apot or
rub off “
(ireen Trading Stamps
Before Noon
Single jj&fi Stamps
Broad and Cedar Streets— Money Refunded on Any Unsatisfactory Purchase t. After Noon
sMorni„tKhe Early Christmas Sale
A Rousing Money-Saving Event, Offering Special Inducements To Do Your Christmas Shopping Now
Big Sale Sweater Coats
For Men, Women and Children—From Our Great Purchase
of the B. & G. Stock—Best Values on Record—Here Are a Few
of the Many Items:
Men's Sweater Coats—Pure wool, with
*nd without pockets; smoked pearl but
tons: good $3 all-wool sweater “j rk/v
coats; at.
Men's Sweaters—Pure wool, oxford and
white; can be worn V neck or to -y ip
button high at neck; reg.S3.S0.. ■“•OO
Men’s Sweater Coats—Pure worsted,
fine and wide rib. with and without pock
ets, smoked pearl buttons, oxford, -y pa
white and colors; $4.00 coats, at
Men’s Sweater Soats—Superior quality
pure worsted; heavy and extra heavy
weight; oxford, white and colors; two
pockets, smoked pearl buttons; 1 -ip
best $5 coats in the country, spec.
Boys' Sweater Coats—Pure wool
sweater coats, oxford, white and colors;
made with two pockets, matched i }P
pearl buttons; fine $2 coats, for. I»«50
Women’s Fine AlFWool Sweater Coats
Single and double breasted; extra heavy; pretty weave; plain colors,
white,* oxford, red, all good shades; military colors; V neck or
collar: at.77..
Women’s Extra Heavy Fine All- Women’s Extra Heavy Fine \ll
, . ... * . , wool Coat Sweaters—Verv prettv
wool Sweater l oats High and \ styles, including the regulation
neck; fancy and mannish stitch; length, also some 39-inch coats:
colors white, Oxford and y Q(| all good colors; regular i Qt>
cardinal; regularly $4.00, at S50°- at.v>.VO
Most Important Fur Sale
of the Season
Brought about through a large purchase of the stock of M. Klttenplan, a
high-class furrier of 17 West Tw enty-fifth street. New York
Finest Quality Belgium
Lynx Sets
Made in the new animal shawl I !
or plain collar, with handsome j
half barrel muff, lined with best
quality silk; regular Q AC
S17.50 sets, at.
Caracul Coata—A new, lustrous
fur caracul coat, full length. 64
Inches long; brocaded silk lined; all
solid skins; only a limited tot;
*52.50 Is the cheapest price quoted
on these coate; choice of any
at .. R0.TS
Shill Length Near-Real (hats—
Finest quality skins, full 62 inches
long, brocaded silk lined; value $85.
specially priced at.. 50.30
Nnhallne Coney Seta—111 sable or
black, extra site muffs; new model
shawls; value *20.00, special, this
sale . 13X03
Sample Pony Coats— Black only;
the finest and most selected ekiua
we have ever been able to procure;
full length, 52 and 54 Inch model;
French < »ne> Sets, full pillow regular $75 and S85
muff, with shawl collar, satin lined; value, at . 37.541
brown and black: regular $7.5ti Belgium Lynx Sets—-Made In a
sets . 4.4i» new shape muff, with plain or emake
Blue nn«l Black Wolf or Fox Sets. shawl, good quality skins, value
celeci skins; snake, fancy and plain $10.00; sale price.5.85
shawl: handsome muffs, in the latesf Seleci French t.uuey Seta, new
models, at. 34.7.5 shawl models, trimmed with tassel
910.00 Black \ me r lean Lynx Ml- ornaments, etc.: muffs can be worn
low 'luff*, at 5.nr. aB H pocketbook; also h. few other
l*on> < —No liner skins can pretty novelties. value $21.50,
he bought at the price made with 8( . . , .14.75
deep shawls, collars and cuffs; bro- ....
• adofl ilk lined; onlv four coats in WnnvhurlaM Blur Wolf Sets, large
Ili.se >d7.0s value' $125.00; sale pillow muffs, with shawl eolar.
price ..79.50 value $10.00; sale price.0.85
Five pieces of furniture recovered
with beauti
ful tapestrv.
We also use
t h c finest
gimp and
cord; skilled
men execute
t h e w ork.
Five pieces
will be rc
w o r k m a n
ship includ
ed, for
Slip Covers
Of heavy dustproof Belgium dam
ask. Offer includes all charges, such
as for material, fitting, making, cut
ting and binding; furthermore, there
is no limit to number of yards re
quired; we will furnish enough ma
terial for any 5-piece suit, r Qy
everything complete, at spec. *J, VO
Phone or write nod mao will call
with weinplt*.
Suits and Coats at a Sweeping Reduction
All This Season’s Best Styles—Savings of 1-3 to 1-2
Here’s a sale women ought to welcome with open arms. It’s
an opportunity to buy the season’s best fabrics in all the newest
styles at a third to one-half less than the former prices. Of course,
there's a reason for this unusual reduction, and that is, stocks are a
bit heavier right now than we care to have them, so in order to ef
fect a clearance we offer the most fashionable garments at the best
savings ever known for this time of the season. All sizes for women,
misses and juniors.
Note the splendid materials and then come see $15 & $17 50
ihe high-class tailoring and the perfect fit of each gar- ^ «
ment. The coats in meltons, tourist cloths, mixtures,
all-wool broadcloth cloths, some are all lined, others Coats
half and yoke lining, shown in the best effects, while
the suits come in all-wool serges, cheviots, broad
cloths, mixtures and other desirable materials; $15.00
and $17^50 garments at $9.75. 1
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Klosfit Petticoats
Klosfit petticoats are the foundation of every
perfectly fitting gown. The Klosfit petticoat
fits anv figure—no alterations are necessary.
They fit without a wrinkle. Over the hip is an
elastic gusset—this and the strong -g
elastic waistband makes the petticoat I IIII
hug the waist like a corset. Placket I IIIV
absolutely flat. Value SI.50. at. 1#vv
Kimono Gowns and Sacques
In holly boxes; an ideal holiday gift; of
extra heavy kimono flannel; big vari
ety of pretty patterns and attractive I
styles; shirred back with belts; reg. I
SK50; Early Christmas Sale price- *•
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Men’s Trousers
Sizes for men and young men; made of all
wool black unfinished worsted and cassimere,
plain and fancy blue serge, also
mercerized black worsted; all sizes
ro start with from 29 to 44 waisi
measure; $3.00 values, at, pair.
Women’s handkerchiefs, six put up in a
fancy box, some with embroidered corners,
others with fancy scalloped effects,
many different patterns; an ideal holi
day gift at a moderate price; choice
of, per box of six, at.
Waists at Half Price
One of the best bargains in waists that we
ever came across. Almost 000 lingerie and all
over embroidery waists; long kimono and three
quarter sleeves; many with handsome embroid
ered designs; also the new side frill /
effects; there isn’t one in the coliec
tion worth lass than SI.00, while many llWi, i
are good values at SI.25; choice of any u 7 ®
Corset Covers
Of very fine nainsook, in a big variety of
very handsome styles, Including at
tractive all-over embroidery; many lace
and embroidery trimmed and ribbon
finish; put up in a holly box, at, each

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