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The line of Sole agents for
5.00 millinery in Men's Hanan & Son
Newark. 2d floor Shoes. 2d floor
FRIDAY
* " This is our first Friday Bargain advertisement of the Fall season and It Is
a good one, too. We have prepared an unusually attractive collection of offerings.
Read every item through carefully—you cannot afford to miss one of them.
Sale Printed Between 86-inch English
Flannelette QurSelveS Nain90Ok
nelette! ^Jretty ^figaS “..^un 'w7££ naftlsook; nice for women’s
Persian designs; 27 only been trading in N*wark a short underwear and childrens
ine-tiec wide- for kimonos time, nut irm tin H17 »nt i ®»i dresses; soft finish; 36
lncnes wiae, ior Kimonos with ,h. .pint of happi- , . ’ rpir,.larlv
antd house dresses; a qual- „„„ ind contentment whioh eeem. inches wide, sola reguia ly
itv regularly 12V?c Per yard; to pervade your establishment.” for 12!/2c per yard; spe
Friday only, Q//. ™ c,'al Friday’ 1 Ibc
special. man hee only lived here a ahort time. at...,.. M W
_ _ but, together with hie wife, he has _■■■m
—had occasion to pay more than one
_Visit to the Bamberger Store. ■ i III
1 Both he and hie better half are *
Silk Taffeta STaSES Women’s Silk
, of this we appreciate the compli- TT ■ ! n,..,
Ribbon ment a11 the more _ Hosierj
1V1UUV1 Why ara our peopla contented ? Do ^
.. a you know? The answer is simple. _ t rr. .. j
Pure silk taffeta ribbon our salespeople are happy because Regular 5Uc pure tnreaci
of excellent quality; 7 in. Thee ,»mV^-uf°Mfron71'nmrnTng "tni silk stockings on sale Fri
wide; nice for hair bows or butS»pe°«So« 'day at 39c a pair; made
millinery purposes; black, don-, me« ,o imply with double soles and heels;
white and desirable shades; 5K a that uos“8,ly ®e>
reeular value 39c per yard; many good stores and many busy for 50c; on sale special
;l Friday only, spe- A _ know you win agree with u», that tomorrow, per /j
cial............ ZVC l?lB 18 ™* busiest hr them pair. jyt
Black Silk School Suit Extra Heavy
» Messaline Cases, 75c Comfortables.
let black messaline silk; 12, 14 and 16-inch suit- Full size comfortables.
32 inches wide- with rich cases with waterproof cloth filled with good grade of
3Z inenes wiae, wun nen, covcrs and stee] frames; white cotton; sateen covers
lustrous finish; will not slip i00p handle: brass lock and in a wide range of designs
on the warp; a quality that catches; leather corners; and colors; extra heavy;
sells regularly for 1.00 per inside straps; regular 89c good value at 1.50 each;
yard; on sale spe- »yA each; special Fri- Friday only, | | C
cial Friday at... J V v day. / i/C at.1 • 1
Good Turkish Unbleached Boys’ Suits, Extra
Towels Muslin Knickers
Heavy Turkish towels for Ten to 20-yard lengths of Norfolk and double
the bath; initials woven on g o o d quality unbleached breas t td suits with two
. . . . . . muslin; 36 inches wide; pairs of Tull-cut knickers;
* the ends: neat red borders, made of good, clean cotton; sizes 6 to 17 years; new Fall
\fringed; sold regularly for regularly 10c per yard; J I patterns in cassimeres and I
■ 15c each; on sale special for special Friday, while it cheviots; regular 4.00 each;
%‘£..,,.'y 11 ‘kc |S:>CT.y,rt: Vjzc 2.981
1 " 1 1 .mW\ —--j j————■ —
Men’s Negligee Sale of Boys’ 18-inch Lace
Shirts, 55c Knickers All-overs
About forty dozen shirts; Cassimere and cheviot Neat and dainty patterns
stripe effects and good knickerbockers and bloom- in these 18-inch lace all
colorings; fancy weave ers; sizes 4 to 16 years; overs; white, cream and
cloths; coat style fronts; made for hard service; re- ecru; nice for yokes,
cuff# attached; sizes 14 to in forced seams; full cut; guimpes or sleeyes; good
j 17; out from full size pat- 59c values; no mail, C. O. D. value at 39c per yard; I
tarns; special or ’phone orders; special, Friday
value at. Friday. OVC only, price. JLxjk*
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LOOK FOO THE
WOMAN." TRUE IN
STOLWII CASE
Slain Premier Had Opposed Mar
riage of Suspected Official
to Divorcee.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 21.—The
inquiry into the assassination of Pre
mier Stolypln at Kiev, with particular
reference to the revolutionary and po
lice elements involved, Is being con
ducted personally by the minister of
Justice, M. Chtcheglovltolt. Already
there are Indications of many ramifi
cations and complicity on the part of
prominent officials. Greater sensations
than those so far published are prom
ised. Vice-Director of the Department
of Police Verigin is under strong sus
picion by the authorities, who hold
that he Is in a measure responsible for
the outrage.
The protection of the emperor and
empress and the oatolnet ministers at
Kiev formed the subject of de
partmental discord. Governor-General
Trepoff demanded general oversight of
the protective measures, but was over
ridden by the director of the depart
ment of police, M. Kurloff. Kurloff,
Verigin, Uieutenant-Colonel Splrido
vitch, of the secret service police, and
Colonel Kllabko, chief of the secret po
lice, organized the protection, which
cost $100,000.
Informer-Spy Assigned 1# Premier.
While Verigin and Kurloff were at
Kiev on the eve of the emperor's visit
Dmitry Bogroff was consulted and
given the responsible position of
guarding the premier, as he promised
to track the supposititious terrorists,
Nina Alexandrovna and Nicholas Ja
covllvitch. It Is Incomprehensible to
those engaged In the inquiry how a
subordinate, as Verigin was, dared to
disregard Stolypln's circular regarding
revolutionary spies and allow Bogroff,
a spy and an Informer, to guard the
premier, without even setting other
agents to watch him.
Verigin was Kurloff's right-hand man
and maintained close relations with
Kurloff's family. Kurloff, against Sto
lypln’s most determined opposition,
married the divorced wife of a young
adjutant. Stolypln made the matter
one of personal confidence to the em
peror, but Kurloff's influential sup
porters at. the court overruled the
premier.
Patriotism PorMfli Publicity.
The Novoe Vremya says that only a
mere fraotlon of Minister Chtcheglo
vltofTs findings can ever be published.
Patrlotlo reasons forbid the full ex
posure of the scandalous criminal In
trigues in high government circles
leading to Stolypln's sacrifice.
Only General Trepoff’s prompt meas
ures In throwing a cordon about the
theatre and checking the work of the
secret police, says the Vremya, pre
vented the escape of BogToff from the
hands of Justice. Colonel Kullabko
made a strenuous but unsuccessful ef
fort to have his prisoner kept at the
secret police headquarters Instead of
In the fortress. Had Trepoff surren
dered Bogroff to Kullabko, the paper
declares, few details of the crime would
ever have become known.
Bogroff’s parents, upon receiving 'the
news of the crime, addressed a tele
gram to Mme. Stolypln, expressing ab
horrence at their son's act.
Eighty men and thirty women, pro
fessed liberals, are under arrest at
Kiev.
BREAKS ARM IN PALL.
Reinhold Wolfarth, 14 years old, of
436 Bank street, broke his right arm
at the elbow by falling from a tree
in the rear yard of his home late yes
terday afternoon He was removed to
the City Hospital for treatment.
1**3%wtdj&1fazu£& {
#83-6*7 Broad St 21 W. Park St B
Children’s ] Aff^f C « 1 ^ ““ (
Drawers ■■II I " I | gl I L j Chambray and JP
Made of cam- V/ 1 1 kJ V V kJ W 1V checked gingham, |
bnc, hemstitched -- with white; sizes 1 *
;reye.Ti'° No Mail or Phone Orders Filled. ;.“u5„ 1
value i2)^c PC c. O. D. Only Within Radius of 25cI8C f
- Our Wa&on Delivery. --- $ j
Muslin _ House ff I
Underwear JT . Sacques 8
Corset covers UfCSSy WalStS Made of percale, M 1
and drawers, fine Of net, taffeta, chiffon, messaline and lace, hlrnnv^r rniUr «nH Jl * 1
cambric, trimmed ... . . . , . , ... turnover collar and gSf
with embroidery Pettily trimmed in a number of styles; white, 34 sloov ©s ; all %
and lace; black and a11 th6 ncwest colors; he size®: 70^ C
value 50c O O C value $4.00 and $5.00.....«.. value 59c jr C jB
ILavallieres Women’s House Slippers 1
Just 150 of them, all '™.P°’'ted Made of blaok satin, gray suede, black 0 <
set with combinations of rhinestones and ^ kid tur|1 soles> without $L
amethyst, sapphires and topaz;. J C c heels; all sizes; $1.00 sUppers, at 59C K
value 75c, special. W ^
AMUSEMENTS. ^
new ORPHEUIH
-— THEATRE
Washington and Court 8ts.
Will Open on
OCTOBER 9th
With the Famous
CORSE PAYTON
STOCK COMPANY
Box Office Will Open
for Sale of Seata on
Wednesday, Sept. 27th
Mall orders for subscription seats will be
filled In the order In which they are re
ceived. Address all letters to Theatre.
PROCIOft’S"
“daily MATINEE ISo, 25c, 54)0.
Telephone 1040 Market
COLONIAL SEPTETTE' RAY COX'
JULIUS TANNENi MIDDLETON A
SPELLMEYER' FLANIGAN A ED
WARDS' THURnER A MADISON'
The Mor.artei Fred St. Page A Cn.
Night*—15c, 25e,'~3Bc. 50c, 7Sc.
lirilllDtf Wood.. Frazee A Lederer’s
NklVAlin Pre.entntlen of
THEITRE Un.Abeeben.il
MADAME SHERRY
tot wk.-Chrtette MacDonald In The Spring Maid
OAYETY THEATRE
mR Formerly Waldmann'e
Market and Haleey St.. Tel. 1649 Market
Matinee Dally. Amateur Night Friday
Big Gaiety Co.
Next Week—THE GINGER GIRLS.
GAYNORS WILL MEET TONIGHT.
The John J. Oaynor Association will
hold a meeting tonight at its head
quarters. Central avenue and South
Sixth street, at which the following
Democratic candidates for nomination
have been Invited to be present: John
F. Monahan, Charles F. Kraemer, Al
derman Alexander Archibald, Thomas
Lee and John J. Brady. The arrange
ment committee will make a report of
the outing to Atlantic City, planned for
October 26, and two lieutenants will
be elected. The meeting will close with
refreshments and an entertainment.
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*
Welsbach Economical Home Light
Will Brighten Your House Will Save You Money
GOSTS ONLY 75 CENTS A MONTH FOR
THREE MONTHS OR $2.26 COMPLETE
t £
GIVES EIGHTY-CANDLEPOWER ILLUMINATION
BURNS THREE HOURS ON ONE CENT’S WORTH OF GAS
Knowing the extra fine quality of the lamp we readily guarantee it and insure it against
breakage for first three months. This applies also to glassware and mantles.
Buy a Welsbach Economical Home Light. Agent will install it. You can take three
months to pay for it. We are satisfied you will be satisfied.
PUBLIC SERVICE GAS CUMPANY
SALE FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY
OEUER'S
Headquarters: Park Place and Canal SI.
All Our Stores Closed Saturday
on Account of Holiday
OPEN AT 6:30 P. M.
Sensed tSS ttw PREHH | I | I
Mil { k.arbt Mb. Cans
9c 29c 24c 36c
can Pou 1 Dw" Re*. 45c Can,
PUFFED Soused Eag,e Brand Spiced Wafers I 1
RICE Mackerel *3*B* £Ju3i
12+c ^5° 20o 8c
c cla M Fancy Fat *»'—«»•• I .
HOWDER Mackerel BrOOIHS ,/■'*»
mackerel o.«.mt
18c 4c 33c 8c
ira . NEW STRAW
CAN Each No. 6 Bottle
- —--" _ — I
ChYYYYn’8 C°rn POTATOES
A A A A _ ^ 4 CiQM-L Choice Bound
FLOUR COCOA Bent Quality I I Vine Oo.k.r. I I *
80c 16c 6c 20c
24Vt-lb. Sack Can Package Small Basket
SPECIALS FRESH FISH |'”R8J,0.FeT,"a
.4c tstet canned bddds
stuffed 1 n EVERY VARIETY „ WOIIIILU UUUUO
• !"C AT LOWEST PRICES tomatoes, n.
'sRlllMP ... I 2e . fanoy, can.. 9C
GERMAN 7c bakery department Wreath, can..,,, | 3C I
r!t™*b !1C BROAD ST. STOKE 3 lb. can ARMO- ,
KETCHUP.'. IOC CSf. 8C SEIOED1,1™8 I*®
"SSfeV”.... 31c "EIke.. 10c rFNESCSEB8' “ 5®
BABBITT'S NAP- M - AlLtY ROLM, If- irfOCOTAkHjiin I Ufi
THA BOAP.cake 4C WINE CAKES. I DC ®° * ,® * UB
„. nmTT'f) .» DKOP CAKES, I«_ BOYAE BLUE I ft
, 9C aShv**. se «“*“»»' ?!
,5C* JssiVEis'i!
CHEFSE lb | 7C USS&m. 25C SKS£™.“®C
BALLANTINE’S 1,10 Of) "EBTilr OlpIlOO 8UrS?!!eWb
Ualf Cttrapt IDOZ. 411 Boh.uer'. /III Premium Tea... (Oe lb
Ifidll LAIluiiliia Prem. Java, lb. Baking Powder, cnn48o
j I H
MEAT BARGAINS i
Legs of Lamb, lb...12c Prime Broilers, lb...._ w ,.lT%e
Forequarters Lamb, lb.8¥jc Small Freeh Hams, lb.ll^e
Breasts of Lamb, lb.7%c Regular Pig Pork Hams, lb.,..15%c
Boneless Bacon, lb.►.IBe Small Jersey Loins Pork* lh... . lflV.se a.
Small Smoked Calif. Hams, lb..10*/fcc City Hade Sausage Links, lb....,lfle
Regular Smoked Hams, lb.lBMsc All Kinds of Bologna, lly.10e
Boneless Hams, lb.13Vi*c Hummer Bologna, lh..
Prime Bib Roast, lb.8%e Snovr White Veal, lb. ........... 10%c
Fancy Fowl, lb.14Vno 111 Fat Salt Pork, III .....9^c
Smoked Steer Tongues, lb.20c Lean Salt Pork, lb.12V»e
Advertisements for tlie Star and
all Newark and N. Y. newspapers
received at office rates, und for all
. newspapers and magazines pub
lished. Advertisements for N, Y.
newspapers received before 0 p. m.
appear next morning;. 704 Broad
St. (Star BtdV). Tel, 0080 Market.
thTparis UPHOLSTERING CO.
492 BROAD STREET, COR. BRIDOE
Phone 804-W, Market
One Week Only—fl-pc. Parlor Suit Reuphol
stored.In Tapestry. Silk Qtmp; Frames Pollshsd
cm in rriTnlllBnii OOb US®,New
j’g.io
Writ. «r Phon.—Man Will Cfcll With Sample.
Every achool boy or ytrl •hooia •»
euro one of the Star Diotlonerlei. Cut
coupon from thto paper.—ASv.
legal notices. I
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY I
In the matter of ./Uliam F. Merritt, bank
rupt. In bankruptcy.
To the creditor* of YVlIliam F. Merritt, of the ’
City of Newark, in the County of Essex, in
sold district:
Notice is hereby given that on the twenty
„of August, A. D. 1911. tho said
YYilliam b. Merritt was duly adjudged a bank
rupt, and that a first meeting of his creditors
will bo held at. the Bankruptcy Court.
Essex Ruilding, Clinton and Beaver streets, in
the City of Newark in said county, on the
twelfth day of October, 1911, at ton o'clock
in the forenoon, at which time the said credi
tors may attend and prove their claims, ap- ,
point a trustee, examine the bankrupt and
transact sucb other business as may cor?* ^
fore said meeting.
Said proofs of claim must comply with Sec
tion 67, of the Bankruptcy Law, and Rule 21
of the Qenere: Orders of the United States
Supreme Court, and must be properly indorsed
In this matter. A fee of twenty-five cent*
must accompany the proof of claim.
Dated September 19, 1911.
EDWIN O. ADAMS,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Every school boy or sir1 should se
cure one of the Star Dictionaries. Cut
coupon from this paper.—-Adv.

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