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Sensational Dollar Oxford Offering Four Thousand Pairs of Women s and Misses' Ox fords, Pumps and Gibson Ties in the Biggest Sale * of the Year* Extra , Space. Extra Salespeople. We have just concluded what we believe to be the best footwear bargain in the history of the Bamberger store, and we want you to come here tomorrow and help yourself. You will be surprised to see what an extraordinarily good low shoe you can buy for a dollar, and you will be astonished at the magnitude of this j purchase. 4,000 pairs—think of it! Oxfords, pumps and Gibson ties of gun-metal calf, patent colt, Russia calf, tan kid and black suede. In connection with this big sale we shall offer girls’ and children’s low shoes of patent colt, black velvet, s gun-metal calf and white canvas; sizes in the lot up to 2, at the /'"V/"V same price. Nice, clean, new up-to-date goods of reliable make. I ■ Ifl I Arranged, according to size, on special centre tables in silk sec- ^ 9 tlon. Extra salespeople. Sale starts at 8:30 sharp .. I Sale 3,000 Bed Spreads i Now is the time to buy white bed spreads! Buy as many of these as you can possibly use at present and then lay in a supply for future needs. Such prices as we name here are too good to miss. We bought these excellent spreads at low prices, and you are going to profit by our good luck. Urt No. 1—White spreads for Lot No. 4—White spreads for .:noi, fine satin weave- extra large beds. Satin weave, single beds, fine sa in weave, H r8ised patterns; neatly pretty embossed designs; neat- hemmed; regular $3.50 ->n ly hemmed, regular | 69 values, this sale at. . * Lot No. 5—White spreads for Lot No. 2—White spreads for fun size beds. Hemmed or scal 44 size teds; neat scalloped and loped edges. Satin weave; pretty cut corners; choice patterns; line designs; value $2.50 | QQ | satin weave; regular ^ each . Vv, $3 50 values . Lot No. 6—Imported white „ . „ _ . , spreads in exquisite designs; fine Lot No. 3—White spreads for satin weave. Hemmed or seal full size beds. Fringed—cut loped edges, square—heavy honeycomb style; Reg. $4.50 spreads, special.. .2.95 regular value $2 each, f Irt Reg. $5.25 spreads, special.. .3.45 special. 2 Reg. $6.00 spreads, special.. .4.00 Straws i Off Why don’t you take advantage of our “third off” sale and buy a '? hat or two for next season? Lots of men are doing this very thing. Hat department, third floor. All $1.50 Straw Hats f r|r| All $5.00 Bangkoks 5 -J -J £ now. 1 •W and Panamas. ji? All $2.00 Straw Hats | -J All $6.50 Panama Hats i 11 | now. I now . T" All $3.00 Straw Hats ^ QQ A11 57 50 Panama Hats g QQ All $4.00 Straw Hats ^ Q’J AI> 59 00 Panama Hats Q QQ SM U MOTORS INTERRED BODIES Doctor Sued by State Board for Failing to File Birth Certificate. [8peclal to the Newark Star ] TRENTON, July 11.—The attorney general, at the Instance of the State Board of Health, has Instituted two suits in the District Court of New Brunswick to recover penalties of $80 each from undertakers, alleged to have burled bodies without first having ob tained a permit. L. F. Burke, a funeral director of Perth Amboy, and A. S. Cole, Son & Co., of Cranburj', are the defendants. The attorney-general has also been requested by the State board to insti tute a suit ugalnst Dr. William J. Nelson, of New Market, for one failure to make a proper return of the birth of a son of Charles S. Day, *The phy sician Is alleged to have failed tomake return within five days, as provided under the law. Other funeral directors against whom suits are to be brought are R. R. Mount & Son, of Red Bank, who are charged with having burled a body without any permit. John Carmody, of this city, Is alleged to have failed to exchango a certificate of death for • burial permit. ATTENDANCE INCREASES AT THE SUMMER SCHOOLS. Heat Fails to Keep Children from Their Studies. Reports from the teachers In the summer schools, which opened yester day, Indicate that the attendance, des pite the Intense heat, was larger than on the first day last year. Figures of attendance will be compiled the latter part of the wee|f ai d tabulated beside the corresponding statistics of last year for the purpose of comparison. The enrolment, which reached 8.336 Saturday, has been largely Increased by the number who applied for admls - slon yesterday and today. Tile feature that no doubt attracts a large number to the summer schools Is the playgrounds. There v.ere many children at the playgrounds yesterday who are not enrolled for the summer schools, but It Is likely that their as sociations will Induce them to seek ad mission. Randall D. Warden, director of school playgrounds, and Matthias Macherey, assistant director, made a tour of In spection of about seven of the twenty four playgrounds yesterday afternoon and found them all alive with budding humanity, In Joyous mood despite the height of the mercury. At some of the playgrounds there were as many as 1,200 children taking part In the va rious games and sports or quietly en joying themselves In the open air. The attendance at the playgrounds yester day ranged from 200 to 1,200. RASTER PAINTERS SCORE EMPLOYERS’ LIABILITY LAW. [Special to the Newark 8tar.] A3BURY PARK, July 11.—The ser enth annual convention of the New Jersey State Association of Master Painters and Decorators was called to order at the 0*ean Hotel this after noon. The president, B. P. Oliver, of Jersey City, spoke on the employers' liability law, whioh was fathered by Governor Wilson, and denounced it as being too drastic. He declared that it would be pronounced unconstitutional, and that a test case would be made soon. The compensation clause was particularly scored. Mr. Davis thought that the measure was unjust to the employer. The convention will adjourn Friday afternoon. Star want adr are read by people who are buyers. Advertise In the Star. URNS SCORE IN COMIC OPERA OF LOVE J CHINA Company Wins Great Applause at Its New Olympic Park Offering. * - MI MI, a tea girl.Emolin Raymond HI Lung.William Schuster Tom Hatherton.Forrest Huff Soo Soo, Princess of Ylang Ylang.. Sebery D’Orsell Yen Yen, maid of honor to Soo Soo.Edith Uennett Sing Sing, maid of honor to Soo Soo.Erna Eckhardt FI Fi...Edna Remlng Coolie .Eugene Francis Hang Chow, Emperor... .Tom Burton Chippee Chop, Lord Chancellor Sol. Solomon Mr. Pineapple...George Leslie Mrs. Pineapple.Frltzl Von Busing Mrs. Brown, the official mother-in law.Hattie Arnold Evenings which, meteorologically speaking, spell "Wilt thou," and we wilt, have apparently no such effect. upon the Aborn entertainers, who at Olympic Park execute the mimic scene as If there was nothing In the world they could Uko better to do. In A Chinese 'Honeymoon” they are this week and this old Broadway and Strand success will furnish plenty of fun to patrons of the comic opera dur- . ills Its all too brief duration. | A honeymoon Is something which Is j usually entered into thoughtfully and with due solemnity of spirit and mien, but when spent In China events and incidents become so mixed, alarmingly to the participators, Joyously to the onlookers, that even an official mother in-law fails to untangle the knots. Mr. and Mrs. Pineapple, the latter formerly a stenographer, the former wearing :he gray hairs of the age of discretion, have arrived In China on their honeymoon, and there meet Pine apple’s nephew, who has fallen in love with Princess Soo Soo, disguised as a singing girl. The Princess's uncle. Em peror Hang Chow, 1s desirous of mar rying sbmeone who will love him for himself ulone, and to this end has dis patched his admiral, bearing a photo graph of himself as a bill-poster, to scour the world for a bride. The re ward is to be the hand of Soo Soo, Ills punishment In case of failure death by tickling with garden rakes. No one wants him, and Admiral Hi Lung is In despair, when he meets Mrs. Pineapple. She consents to meet the emperor. Because they are discovered kissing they are declared bethrothed, according to an old Chinero law, and by the same token are Mr. Pineapple and Soo Soo. The situation Is saved by Fi FI, an ugly English maid, who is not exactly averse to the Idea of marrying. She, c infuses the —or to such an extent that he nnally marries her, and she gives Princess Soo Soo a sleeping po- i tlon, upon awakening from- which is declared free. This is because of an other old law to the effect that one arising from a trance begins life anew, wiping out the past entirely. The admiral Is sent to hang himself, the mother-in-law directs affairs, the Pineapples are finally restored to each other, and the princess weds her Eng- j lish sweetheart. Miss Edna Remlng as Fl FI made so much of her. amusing part, was so nimble and clever In her grotesquerle that the entertainment could be re membered ns a background for her ef forts, and her song, "I Wants to be a Lidy.” was encored. Miss D’Orsell was as dignified as the role of princess de manded, due perhaps to her station In I life of matron, reached only Saturday In Baltimore. This was reminded to j her In the bouquets passed to her over the footlights. Mr. Huff's carefully trained baritone was displayed to such advantage In “Love" that he was forced to respond to encores. "Mother Hasn’t Spoke to Father Since" was a small portion of the gaiety inspired by Mr. Leslie as Mr. Pineapple, and Miss Arnold and Mr. Burton, as the mother in-law and emperor, contributed gen erously. The chorus was adequate. Francis Wilson's “Ermlnle,” with an unusually good cast, will be the offering next week. LOUISE K. HARDY. “IN ARIZONA” SCORES BIQ HIT AT NEWARK THEATRE "In Arizona.” Augustus Thomas’s play of army life, the Payton Stock Company is scoring a big hit this week at the Newark Theatre. The plot centres around an intrigue between Estrella Bonham, wife of the colonel, and Captain Hodgman, an unprinci pled officer, who. in the absence of his superior officer, plans to run away with his wife, whose attractions are greatly augmented In the captain’s eyes by a fortune of a half a million dollars. Lieutenant Denton discovers their intentions and saves the colonel’s wife from her folly, only to find him self implicated in the matrimonial en tanglement and forced to leave the army. Meanwhile the lieutenant has won the love of Estrella’s sister. Bonita Canby, but the even course of their road to marriage is roughened by the false ac cusation of the captain, who hints that his Intrigue with another man's wife was the cause of his dismissal from the army. The trouble-maker is finally killed by Tcny Mostano. the suitor of Lena Keller, who has been ruined by the captain. Lieutenant Denton Is ac cused of the shooting, but is finally exonerated and every obstacle to his union with the Arizona girl is re moved. Clifford Stork, as the lieutenant, and Miss Mabel Brownell, as Bonita Can by, were rec^Jved with hearty and well deserved applause. Miss Anna Lyang gave a very clever portrayal of the difficult role of Estrella, and Mlsa Jessie McAlister, as Lena Kellar, was charming. Edward Farrell, as Tony Mastano; Joseph Gerard, as Henry Canby, and Harry Roche, as Dr. Fen Ion, did clever work. George Ade’s “The College Widow,” will be next week's offering. EXCELLENT PROGRAM AT PROCTOR’S THIS WEEK. Emmett Devoy’s "Little Goddess” was the real thing at Proctor’s at the open ing performances yesterday afternoon and last evening, but divided honors with Pouchet's Flying Ballet. Although the attendance was not large, the tem perature of the theatre was cool and exceedingly comfortable. William Ca hill, In his Inimitable songs, was very pleasing. “Apple Blossoms,” a quaint coifledy, was presented by W. B. Pat ton and Company. Hill and Sylveany, In their novelty unlcycle act, did some remarkable stunts, and Peggy Monroe, the charming comedienne, was heard In character songs. Ryan and Tucker sang, and their dance act was good, while the Four Musical Herolds, In their reffned musical act, drew much applause. HILLSIDE PARK BILL IS ONE OF SEASON’S BEST. An exceptionally strong bill Is being presented at Hillside Park Hippodrome this week. The Mo^ako Sisters are liv ing up to their reputation In their sen sational acrobatic, confbrtlon and head and hand, balancing act. Nebraska Bill's educated bronco, Punch Bonnie, is making a hit. The burning of the prairie schooner Is one of the features of the Wild West show. Miss Von der Helde’s singing Is one of the treats of the show. She has a beautiful con tralto voice and uses It with rare skill. There are many other features In the Wild West entertainment, lnclud'ng feats of roping and lassoing by John Franz and Standing Bear. The Jones Sisters, dancers, glye a pleasing per a Special Excursions , ---— $1 H H Jb Niagara Falls Good Going Sept. 1-2-3 i P ■ Ur UP Return Limit Sept. 6th Imjj Oaily Ur OF a W 4? Return Limit Oot. 31st S H fM Mx California or Portland M MM August 6to 10 and 13 to 16 HHl v1 w Return Limit Oot. 15th Montreal and return, via Buffalo, Niagara Falls, JjF Bfe Toronto, Thousand Islands, / f| i||| Montreal, Lake Champlain, ■■ w Lake George, Albany, Hudson River Steamer. Liberal stopovars Far Further Information Consult Local Agent or Write CHAS. K. RATH, 0, P. A. Fireman’s Building Tal. 904 Market Newark, N. J. 483-687 Broad St. 21 W. Park St. _ JULY CLEARING Sale Prices on Women’s and Misses’ IOutergarments Entire Stock of Colored T ailored Suits White Serge and Satin Suits Included $10 Si $12.50 $15 and $19 $20 to $30 Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now 5.00 [10.0015.00 SIip=0n Rain Coats, reg. 4.98, now 2.98 Wash Dress Dusters and Prices Reduced Long Coats 85c 1.79 2.35 98c 1.50 1.98 ’WW£r silk Dresses, 4.25,6.75,8.75 \ Not Open . I Evenings I SALE [ Notions I ' J. J. Clark’s Cotton— n 200 yards to spool; black B or white; special, *)r B spool.” B Shoe Laces — M oh air B tubular Shoe Laces, regular G 8c dozen; special, 1 Cm B dozen.*'* B Asbestos Iron Holders B —Regular 5c; special, B American Pins— B Regular 2c, special, sheet B Safety Pins—Nickeled, W all sizes, special, 1m B dozen. " B White Cotton Tape |. B —Special, roll. IV Jr Elastic Shirtwaist Belts, B with dtp pin attached, Cm B reg. 5c; special. 2 for... vv B Corset Laces—5-yard B linen corset laces, regu- Cm B lar 5c; special, 2 for,... B SCENES A T SUMMER SCHOOLS AND PL A YGROUNDS WHERE CHILDREN STUDY AND PLAY AT SAME TIME <»-—___ _ formance. There are also other vaude ville numbers. Some of the other attractions are balloon ascensions, wild animal per formances, band concerts, dancing, roller skating, boating on the lake, a swimming pool and a miniature rail way. ELECTRIC PARK PLANS FOR its Annual baby show. The heavy rains of yesterday after noon left the ground in the Greater Electric Park arena in such a soggy condition that It was impossible to run the first heat of the free-for-all ast "i«ht Thls event, which is open to all horse owners in the city, will d!r°"f the features for the remain of thf r 7*k- The only eondition °f„‘h® ™ce 18 'hat the owners must r ,own entries. Finals will be run Saturday evening. Miss Rose McIntyre, said to be one of the cleverest flat-race riders in the country joined Kemp's Wild West and Indian Congress yesterday. Dante and company, Oriental magicians, have met in faV°r' ,breat interest Is centred in the annual baby show and decorated L carriage parade, which will be held ** July 19 and 20. “*** < -- ----J EXCURSION*. BOATS LEAVE Commercial Wharf -FOR CONEY ISLAND 9i00 A. M., 1130 and 7 (30 P. M. ROCKAWAY BEACH 9e30 A. M. and 1 s30 P. IN. HIGHLAND BEACH IOhOO A. M. SOUTH BEACH _ IQcOO A. Id. 28TH ANNUAL EXCURSION of the YOUNG MEN’S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ASBURY PARK AND OCEAN GROVE WEDNESDAY, JULY 19TH, Via Central R. R. of N. J. Trains leave Broad St. Station at 8:11 and 8:46 A. M. Returning leave Ocean Grove at 6:30 and 8:30 P. M. Attentive Ushers. Seats for All. Tickets, $1.00, Children, 50c Sold now at the Y. M. C. A. or at the Depot on the morning of the excursion. AMUSEMENTS. 1 I Springfield or Broad cars direct. A Opera Tickets at Firemen’s Pharmacy. ThTs Week—Mats. Wed., Sat. and Sunday. ABORN OPERA CO. in CHINESE HONEYMOON Ractanrant Clambakes and Shore Dinners IXcMdUtdlH ^ served to club's and aocletiss. PROCT OR’Sv.H.t,m. DAILY MATINEE ISc, S5c, 50e Telephone 1040 .Market. FOUCHOT’S FLYING BALLET: EM* MET DEVOV & CO.i W. B. FATTON * CO.! HILL A SYLVIANYi 4 MUSI CAL HEROLDS! WILLIAM CAHILLl Feggy Monroe| Ryan * Tucker. Night.—15c,_ 25c. 36c, BOc. TBc. ' HEWARK^^payto N THEATRE ARIZONA KveC„‘i^.,0C BT AUGUSTUS THOMAS 10c,20c-,3Qc<fe60o -.THE CoSeqe6 WIDOW - _ ■. Advertlaemeul. for the Star and all Newark and N. Y. newapapera received at office rate., and' lor all new.paper, and magazine, nub Il.hed, Advertisement, for N. Y new.paper. rn-elved before 8 p. m. appear nevt morning. 704 Broad Tel BBSO Market _^w^^SUMMER RESORTS. A.bury Park, N. iT MARTELL 1?SL‘J!y ,acln* »»aa. 110. Meals. Lunch. Jun” ra«*v «»- * Long Islniid. LOCUST GROVE HOUSE D on <*•« South Jamesport. L. I.; private beach^ifnMi, »_7 up. write for boohief.