Newspaper Page Text
1*83*687 Broad St. 21 West Park St.
Friday Bargains - ^=r~ \ ~ - —r-— I MAMKST C HALSatY STM. I . . s ^ t 1 Golden II «_ M | H.ar'Oest I * l This is our thirty-sixth Golden Harvest Day—the third anniversary of one of the most unique and cer tainly the most successful sale ideas ever promulgated | I by a Newark store. Golden Harvest Day is now a fixture with us—we prepare for it on a most elaborate scale, and with each succeeding month comes a larger and more enthusiastic throng of shoppers. Friday we are going to celebrate the third anniversary of £ ' big idea in a big, broad, comprehensive way. We are | going to show our appreciation of your confidence and good will in a manner both substantial and fitting. I Our buyers have been at work on their Golden Har vest Day specials for weeks and weeks—they have devoted their best energies to securing attractive mer | | chandise—they have literacy fine-combed the market for good things. It will pay you to search out a quiet I corner of the store tomorrow (if, indeed, you can find one) and spend a few moments in the p*erusal I I I of the wonderful little yellow booklet which will be handed to you at the door—Vou cannot afford to miss a single item. 1^. "Bamberger <'<££. Co. II >s I | 1 .1 I A 19 % 3 j » NEWARK WOMEN TO ATTEND MOTHERS’ CONGRESS. *1_ Prominent women in this city iden- i titled with the iCew Jersey Congress | of Mothers will attend the annual sea- ! ■don of the association in the High •School building. Plainfield, on Novem- I ber 10 and 11. The headquarters of the delegates will l»o Truell Inn. and the | officers on the Committee are Mrs. Au- ! gust us H. Reeve, president of the con-*! gress; Mrs. J. Linton .Engle, corre sponding secretary, and Mrs. Arthur J. Collins, chairman of credentials, of Moorestown. The opening session will be held at 2 p. m. The list of speakers for the two days include: Dr. John W. Carr, su perintendent of the Bayonne public schools: Mrs. C. 1^. Alexander, presi dent of the State Board of Children’s Guardians: Dr. J. George Becht, prin cipal of the State Normal School, at Clarion. Pa.: Mrs. George W. B. Cush-j jng. president of the Consumers* I League: Professor E. “R. Johnstone, of' the Training School at Vineland; Dr. T. N. Gray and Miss Mary L. Garrett. Arr honor guest at the meet will be Mrs. Frederick Schoff, president of fhc National Congress of Mothers. EASTERN STAR CHAPTER PLANS DANCE ON NOV. 3. At a session of Roseville Chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, tonight at Roseville avenue ami orange street, plans will be made for the holding of a dance in the Roseville Auditorium on November .1. Those active in the ar rangements are Mrs. Maud Jennings, Mrs. Marie A. Bchwer, Mrs. Lydia O. Hart, Mrs. Grace P. Hegemun, Mrs. Anna L. McNabb. Mrs. Emma L. flteinlein. Mrs. Mary E. Rogers. Mrs. Jennie Schellhardt. Mrs. Cecilia H Van de Bogart and the Misses Florence R. Smith, Catherine Haney. Sadie E. Newell and Sarah A. Leach. THE PARIS UPHOLSTERING CO. 4B8 BROAD STREET COR. BRIDGE Phone 894-W. Market One Week Only—5-pc. Parlor Suit Reuphol •tered In Tapeetry.^Uk Gimp; Frames Polished w - Like New. Value 120.00, now _ $9.50 -Trite cr Phone-Man Will Call With Samples T • -> - A* . Bachelors' Club Feasts At Expense of Benedict Who Deserted Its Ranks Cieorge Reickey, Assisted by Wife. Pays Penalty to Ex-Comrades. "Thou shalt not marry.” This, in brief, iH the Commandment, and Ihe only one, inscribed on the tablet over the portals of the Magnet Bachelors’ Club, of Newark. The penalty for breaking the com mandment Is: One big supper, with plenty of (4* sparkles" to fill the cup that cheei4, and plenty of the things that make for indigestion. This said supper to ho given to the "bunch" i within six months of the time the magnetic bachelor attached to himself the woman against whom the club has declared itself hostile. This club was organized six years ago, and last night, for the second time; in its history, the penalty was paid, i The culprit was George Reickey, of 56 ; Greenwood avenue, East Orange. He was assisted in atoning for his j offense by l\is wife. And, be it record ed here, the "bunch" of bachelors, one , and all, secretly coveted the happiness that has now befallen their former j comrade, and in secret vowed that if | they ever lay eyes on as charming a tempter as served the turkey last night j they will immediately pop the question and renounce their vo" of celibacy. During the evening speeches were ! — made in which the history of the origin ] of the club was dwelt on. It was de clared by ono of the members that the bachelors that first conceived the idea of forming a union for the prevention of "my policies" were certain (hat none of their Intrepid hand would ever break his vow and that never would lie con sent to turn over his pocket.book to a "skirt.” With muoh sorrow, feigned, it is said, did this bachelor regret that for the second time in six years a brother had fallen by the wayside. As he sat down he asked for another helping of pump kin pie and washed it down with a stein of extra dry. It was a merry party that celebrated the paying of the tine, and when the bachelors left the newly-weds it *was with the promise of calling again to gloat over (he misery of their one-time honored and loved brother. Those present at the supper were: Mr. anil Mrs. George Reicke.v, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burn, Mr. and Mrs. Willltm Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crater, •lack Melcher, Ray Sargent. William Carriep, Alfred Miller, Edward Flfim mer, II. E. Clark, Fred and M. Relckey and Mr. Hanley and Mrs. Schanim. A meeting to discuss the occasion of paying the penalty by Mr. Relckey will he held by the club members Novem ber 6, at the home of Alfred Millir. The wedding gift of the club was a set of two oil paintings representing "Tempting Fruit." A FORESTRY EVENT. The seventh annual reception and ball, of Court Perseverance, Ampere, will be held on Saturday evening, No vember 4. In the New Amsterdam Hall, at Sixteenth and Littleton avenues. A delegation of State and county officials of the order will be present. Chief Ranger J. Arron and W. P. Kilderry, Alexander Schlosser. A E. Jones, A. Schiller, A. Homlish, M. Gross, H. B. Schaefer and G. Mayer will aslst at the reception, QulcX results are what you ret |f jau use the Star. Try a claaalfied ad. BOWLING ALLEY OPENING. To celebrate the opening of Its bowl ing alleys, the men's club of the Wee qttahlc Presbyterian Church will con duct a reception and social in the Sun day school rooms tomorrow night. Those on the committee are: Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Kdson Gould, Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Blelck, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wors ley, Mr. and Mrs. William H Jorey, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hertsock. Every school boy or girl should se curs on" of the Star Dictionaries Cut coupon tVom this paper.—Adv. 11 » BB ■■ ■ _ _ DR. COIT TO PRESIDE AT PEDIATRIC SOCIETY MEET. This city will be represented at the session of the New Jersey State Pedi atric Society in the Laurel House, Lakewood, Saturday evening. Educa tional welfare' of young children will be discussed. Dr. Henry L. Coil, of this city, president of the society, will pre side. Those who will make addresses are: Henry E. Jenkins, district super intendent or Schools of New YoVk city; Superintendent E. R. Johnstone', of the New Jersey Training School for Feeble Minded Girls a fid Roys, at Vineland, and Dr. David F. Weeks, of the New Jersey State village for epileptics, at Sklllman CHURCH WILL OBSERVE EASTERN STAR NIGHT. »_ Next Sunday evening will, by re quest. he* observed as Eastern Star night at the Central Presbyterian Church. The church is making plans to do special honor to the members of the order who attend the service. The Eastern Star members of the church will serve as a reception com mittee, and with the Masonic men will extend a hearty welcome to all who attend. Twenty Masons are members of the church, and all are personally Interested in tills special service. The Rev. Dr. George Walton King will de liver an address on "The Masonic Woman, or the Woman In Masonry " ._* NURSERY BENEFIT PROGRAM. A musical entertainment and read ing will be given in Wallace Hall, this city, tomorrow evening, for the benefit of the Bsanch Brook Day Nursery. The artists who will take part in the musi cal program include Miss Flossie Stan ley, contralto; Miss Julia Conklin, pianist, and A. Culver King, violinist. Readings and'recitations will be given by Miss Grace Cleveland Porter. Red Star Upholstering Co. 188 Market et., Newark. ’Phone 4338-W, Market Two Week* Only—5-pc. Parlor Suit Reuphol stared In Tapeatry, 811k Gimp; Frame* Polished *8.00 Writ* or 'Phon< »-Man Will Call with Sample*. I CHILDREN’S CASHMERE HOSE AH woo! children’s cashmere ribbed hose, with double sole, heel and toe; suitable for girls | o and boys. Value 25c, at, a pair. I OC MEN’S CASHMERE SOCKS All wool men’s cashmere socks, with double sole, merino heel and toe, in black and natural. | a Value 25c, at, a pair. I T'C MEN’S SOCKS Men’s cotton seeks, in black and colors, /C//9r, with double sole. Value 15c, at, a pair (WOMEN’S SILK HOSE Women’s pure thread silk hose, with double sole and lisle heel and toe, in black only; slight | imperfections. Value 25c to 39c, at, a pair I / C CASHMERE HOSE Women’s cashmere wool hose, with merino Q heel and toe, in black only. Val. 15c, at, a, pr. VC CASHMERE GLOVES Women’s two-clasp cashmere wool gloves, with fancy mercerized linings, in black only. | F Value 25c, at, a pair. IOC WOMEN’S HOSE Women’s fine silk finished mercerized gauze lisle hose, with deep garter tops and double heel, sole and toe;, slight imperfections. Value | 25c, at, a pair. 1 EMBROIDERY SPECIAL 28-inch embroidery flouncing in many i A. patterns. Value 29c to 39c, at, a yard.... COLORED LACE BANDING Silk embroidered colored lace bandings, from 3 to 4 inches wide, in a variety of colors. Value 50c, at. a yard . OOC ALLOVER LACE Silk embroidered allover laces, about 20 inches wide, suitable for waists and yokes, in many z. ^ , colors. Value 98c, at, a yard. DsJL SHADOW LACES 20-inch width allover shadow laces, in neat designs, in cream and white. Value 49c, TP , at, a yard . SILK FRINGES 4 All silk, 3-inch dress fringe in many colors. Value 39c, at, a yard. XiJC MEN’S HANDKERCHIEFS Men’s linen finished hemstitched handkerchiefs in plain white and colored borders. Value A , 8c, at, each .. - » RIBBON SPECIAL All silk taffeta ribbon in about 30 different shades, including black and white, 5 inches wide. f '~)ll9r. Value 19c, at, a yard. 1 “YOU SAVE MONEY WHEN YOU SPEND IT AT GOERKE’S” '] B XGOERKE TXGERTfJ 4 (GS PRES ■ * V. PRES. &_TRE*3 1 LtmeZ MARKET ST. Am^ttheicmneb? A 2 S. & H. Green Trading Stamps Free for Every 10c You Spend Here Before Noon; After Noon One | Plaid Dress Goods 30-inch bright, rich, attractive plaid dress goods; suitable for chil dren's dresses; regular ly sold at 25c yard, spe cial at, a yard, 12lip FRIDAY BARGAINS Wash Goods Remnants Mill remnants of various quality wash fabrics, ranging in price from 10c to 19c yard. Your choice of 5,000 yards, special for Bargain Friday JJIJ at, yard .«. wU Jacquard L Silks I 27-inch jacquard silks in a full color H range; handsome, J| lustrous silks; ea»^3y-J| worth 35c; special, a 19c | Blankets 500 pairs of gray and white full size blankets, with pretty pink and blue borders; a well A A known $1 blanket. Special hHfi at, per pair.“““ MATTING RUGS New lot fine Japanese matting rugs; veiy pretty oriental and floral patterns; the best low-price floor covering made. 9x12 feet at.$2.98 6x9 feet at.$1.98 .A « Cork Linoleums || Genuine cork linoleum, the flex- ' 1 ible kind that don’t crack; full two |J yards wide; grades that J|j| §■ give satisfaction; 60c vai-Pi ues; square yard.II LADIES’ 2-CLASP KID "■LOVES—In all colors and values up to S1.25. _ As they are slight ly soiled we sell at WW LADIES’ AND BOYS’ WOOLEN GLOVES—Odds and ends, but , — good values to I (8 ft 50c. Special. ■ LADIES’ GLOVES— AA In black, yellow, white tan, worth MJ*|* 19c. Special.fcMW MISSES’ FINE CASHMERE GLOVES A£ —With doe lining, all sizes, and colors are X2Jf? brown, tan, navy and gray, 39c quality, for Slightly Soiled Waists Some of the new Bulgarian styles, em I broidcred in pink and blue, kimono sleeves, low neck, and other beautiful styles, that are worth a good deal more. Waists that have been selling from 79c to $1.49. Special for Friday Bargain Day, 79c Oorsets for 50c J Corsets mad* of exoellent ^E quality oouti), ■■ new, up-to-date model, long hip I 1 and back, me- I I dlum buet, four IS hose support- jtf era and laco trimmed; suit- n able for tbo f 1 average figure; f I sizes 18 to 26; * I regular 79c, W morrow only > Specials Lambrequins Mantel draperies, full size, on I trimmed with knotted fringe I 3d Floor CURTAIN REMNANTS —Curtain lace sateens and cretonnes in various lengths, colors and de signs; 25c value, | for, yard. I UC TABLE COVERS—Tap- jj estry table covers, suitable H for 9mall centre tables, M handsome colors, jia 1 f each . 49C Men's and Youths' $2 Trousers^ For $1.69 Made of excellent wearing eassimere, in a nice variety of neat stripe effects, f tflfl sixes from 29 to 50 I lei* waist . ■ «WU Boys' 75o Corduroy Pants, 55c Made of splendid quality drab corduroy; all seams flat taped; suspender buttons and fP, hip pockets; sires from JJJJP 5 to 16 years. wwlf Coys' 25c Blouse Waists, 19o Made of plain blue chambrav and neat striped percale; all have collars attached; f sizes from 6 to 15 I IIP y-pars . ■ BRILLIANT INVERTS LIGHTS — Complete with bri regulation burner, half or all-frof ed globe and double weave mantle. Special m%I in basement, at.fcw WELSBACH JR. LIGHT OUTFIT — Complete Ol light, special for ... 's* OUR HUSTLER LAUN DRY SOAP— JO Bars for B9c COBBLER SHOE RE PAIR OUTFIT—You can do your own repairing: 4arj»_ with this complete iLyf! set, special. STEEL COAL HODS Heavy Japanned, with double reinforced bottom and Kale han dle; family wise; specially priced for this sale. ||Q JARDINIERES — Fancy blends, choice of 6-7 in inch size. IUl» FRUIT AND POTATO PRESS—Round shape, re movable cup, spe- 14 cial . I4C Special prloe tonior- Women’s Black row to anyone who DOSlOOla Juliets says they saw th s Rubier Heel Common CQp H Juliet advertised in Sense Toe or Patent Tip. ffjsj || THE STAR. __ All sizes.•. WWV * g5GOE|8KMg^rr«B?aaiGOERKEii |]