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In Our New and Enlarged Girls' and Junior Dept.
This Saturday’s Sale of Coats and Dresses Will Convince You That There’s No Place Like This to Buy Girls’ Clothing Come Early Bring the Girls Along Girls' $2 Girls' S5 All Wash Dresses Wool Blue Made of per- Serge Dresses cales, 0 h a m - The new saiI. b.rays al?d , or collar ef ginghams. in fects, nicely beautiful trimmed; new stripes, checks cst praited a,nd plaids skirts; sjzes s h andsomely ro 14; a posi trimmed; sues tive $5 dress; 6 to 14; on sale for Saturday's Saturday at big saIe at f Girls’ $2.50 Rubberized Rain Capes Made in different shades and beautiful stripes, with at- 4 Q|| tachable hood; guaranteed rainproof; sizes 6 to 14 years; I 1 capes that others ask $2.50 for; our price for Saturday only | m£m at .. Girls’ $3.50 Fall Coats 4 AP Made of meltons and cheviots, deep sailor collar cf- I U*j fects, piped with vei et; all sizes and colors; a regular | iVw S3.50 value, for Saturday’s big sale at. Girls’$7.50 All-Wool Beaver Coats A AP Beautifully trimmed with deep sailor collars and braid; m collars navy, brown and red; sizes 6 to 14; the best $7.50 coat in Newark; for Saturday at. Girls’ $10 All-Wool Cheviot, Kersey Coats Deep sailor collar effects, lined throughout with _ —_ _ checked lining, handsomely trimmed with braid and but- M Ofl tons; also Luster Caracul Coats with deep sailor collars, #1 quilted lining; the best $10.00 coats in town; for Saturday’s big sale at . the Morning SATURDAY’S BIG 3 HOUR I MORNING SPECIALS Girls' $1,50 and $2 Dresses Made in the percales, cham brays and stripes, nicely trimmed, also Peter Thompson dresses in all this season’s shades; from 9 to 12 in the morning, LnfljAi fot three hours, Lot of $2.50 Girls' Goals Odds and ends; all sizes: new mixtures, also red, navy, brown and tan; none of this lot worth less than S5.00; from 9 to 12 in the , morning, for three hours only, special at.. i—-|Wimii««iiiiimii innminiiiimwii— in phiiii mu ihhiiiiiWii “YOU SAVE MONEY WHEN YOU SPEND IT AT GOERKE’S” RJgoerke I PRES_ MARKET ST. I S^^j^reej^Tradin^Stamp^Fr^e^or^Yer/J^O^You^pen^He^Before^ooi^—^fter^Noon^n^^J Saturday’s Specials in the Main Aisle, Broad Street 72x90 Centre Seam Bed Sheets, made of good muslin 39c Seamless Bed Sheets, will fit a large or -i size bed, measures 70 x90; big value at 59c 49c 81x90 Seamless Bed Sheets, seconds of the "New York Mills.” Imperfec tions hardly notice able; tegular goods 79c 59c 500 dozen 45x36 Pillow Cases, each 10c White Lingerie Batiste, made of fine combed Egyp tian yarn., full mercerized, excel lent for costumes for evening wear. It's good value at 29c a yd. Regu lar 12^c 40 in. White India l.inon Lawn, guaran teed full 20c val ue. We have 2500 yards to sell at 12^o f m a a Mill lengths of the finest 25c MM ■ IbatlirdSV I quality Sstln Stripe Madras Cloth, k |Wa _ /\ In a large variety of new and de- \ 170(1111 CC d nPinnSlllI slrabie styles. Choose from this i lot of 3,500 yards of regular 25c I O ** m M J. ~ ^ Sale ( speclal for Saturday, at, f H 0 tl 1 SI II t S j A WONDERFUL SALE JEWELRY NOVELTIES 25c and 50c af§ fifgt values, for | On a large bargain table is a tremendous lot of ~ beautiful Jewelry Novelties, French Rhinestone j*g| Brooches, Crescent, Horseshoes, Crosses, Bar Pins, Jabot Pins, Sash Pins, in the gilt, green and rose finish. Many have beautiful cut stones; Pearl Necklaces, graduated beads; and Gold-Plated Fancy Rings with Tiffany cluster twin and hoop settings, in all colors of semi precious stones. All these novelties, for which you would readily pay 25c and 50c. will go for. Saturday Sale in Our Silverware Dept. \ Combination Sugar Bowls, IJ Quadruple-plated Stand, Ruby 'f Glass Dish and 12 A OR i Teaspoons, for.dmmrnSm%M I Quadruple-plated Berry Dish, } fancy floral and colored glass dish, for \ 1.25,1.50,1.75, 2.25 Quadruple-plated Tol- A AA let Sets, piece, t omb, Jj gA Brush and Mirror. wj Ww 79c German Silver Mesh IQ. ■tags will go at. ff«Jv f»(le French Pearl Neck- QC. faces will go at. ftOc French Rhinestone QT. Brooches will go at. lQG 75c Gents’ Set—Cuff Links, Scarf , Pin and Tie Clasp, with hand engraved Initial, will go 50c 50o French Rhinestone 5 C. Hat Plus will go at. I Saturday’s the Day to Buy Waists J Blue and Black Messaline Waists 1 Newest style lace yoke, kimono sleeve*, i trimmed off with late cuffs, buttoned beck;; i also blue and black mannish waists, tong 3 sleeves, mannish collar attached, buttoned front; for Saturday, special price... Lingerie and Batiste Waists Beautifully trimmed white •waist*, mart* i with fine Val. lace, pin • tucked, also embroidered, 1 high neck and long sleeves; special, for Saturday only 2.00 Umbrellas at 98c Men’s and Women’s Umbrellas, . made on an 8 and 7-rib Paragon frame, with a silk finish gloria cloth case and tassel to match; handles . of sterling silver trimmed, gold in- < laid with pearl carved mission, mis* sion with sterling caps and many [ others too numerous 3 to mention; umbrellas that are worth up to g $2.00, on sale until the quantity on hand is sold, for. 5 On Sale at Market Street* Entrance, Main Floor Men’s English Cape Tan Gloves, of fine quality, slightly soiled; value $1.25, special. Men’s Heavy Work ing Buck Gloves; value $1.00, special. Ladies’ Imported Kid Gloves, in blue, gray, oxblood and other shades; val. $ 1.50, special. -* f Long Wrappers, 1 House Dresses | and Kimonos in a great va riety of ma terials and colors; made up in the very best way in flan’tes, cam bric, madras, chambray and cheviots ; sizes 32-46; worth up to 1.50, special i Saturday Specials in Our Household Economy Basement Cylinder Seal Heating Stoves Full size, square base, large ash pit, opening ornamental castings, embossed body, bronze metal turn shaking and flumping grate and detachable grate rest carefully bricked and Ihor- jimgi oukHIv mounted. ■ W Kw gfw Our price f«»r to JR Jiff morrow with on*1 Ar fflrgB pipe and Jgjg || |^f I Vihite Porcelain Plates, Embossed j i Designs.6-in. 7-in. 8-in. | Choice. 3c 4c 5c i Goal Hods Deep style, with reinforced bottoms. 12c flue New Perfection Oil Heater Holds one gallon of oil with smokeless device Indicator; oil tank stands 2 feet high; for Saturday, 2.69 | lap. Vases Various shapes, all hand painted. splendid gifts; value 79e, choice at only 59c Japanese Chocolate Sets Consists of large jug and six choco late cups to match, highly decorated by clever Jap. artists; entire set at m Bp MOU^Tw MT TfiAfiS O 9 |i Special, JSQf! bVV Saturday,"Ob WELSBACH “REFLEX” HOME LIGHT Sold Elsewhere at Two«and*a Quarter Gives n "oft, white light, with new Improved Keflex Humeri has a patent lip that makes It possible to remove ^r replace the glassware with a single motion of the thumb and forefinger; with chain pull, mutches are unncrea *nryi fitted with improved Vera Kraaim Opaline Globe, made of Austrian glass; ?reat heat resisting and light; fitted with 100-candlepower selected Reflex Mantle. Come here and get your light it . _ _ f—-\ On <he Third Floor | Oil Cloths Thoroughly seasoned oil cloths, mostly two yards wide; all the good patterns of the g ^ kind that wears, square > JIC yard .. v Stair Carpets c Brusselquette stair carpet. R,s yard wide, in greens, reds, drabs; can be used on both sides; ^ splendid for trackers, JglS yard . WWW Mattress Bargain Our standard combination mat tress, made soft on all sides, cov ered with fancy stripe tickings, making a very com- A Tl g fortable bed; $6.00 Jj f JJ value .W« ■ W Bed Pillows Warranted all pure renovated ■ new feathers, covered with fancy I f e a t h e rproof tickings. Tfrj- 8 Size 21x27 Inches. $1.00 I JffJ 5 pillow . W I l J MEN S SHOES At Wholesale Price-and Still Lets We bought 3,200 pairs, made in a union factory, / about 16 different styles, all new for this fell. Somebody loses a lot of money in the transaction, and it’s not the Goerke Co. The lot includes all the desired leathers in box calf, dull gunmetal calf, vici kid and tan russia calf and we make the price 1.98. On sale in Men’s Shoe Dept., 2d floor. GOOD LEATHER SOLES »■'fi9!*K*r%TE: 1/ tr double S. & H. Stamps Before Noon; |«ff5 f-^ AT'|V| r JiffiM Double S. & H. Stamps Before Noon; Ft Rouble S. & H Stamps Before Noon; Isi^“/^^FXT\l/’ C ¥¥w3Lyff^g\. _'i Single Stamps Until Closing Time ¥ sJILvI'Q 8^ Single Stamps Until Closing Time NUtersiVJ^<i^.Ki.lVX^in««a»Bi Single Stamps Until Closing Time BITTER ATTACK ON GEOREEL.RECORD Teamsters, Through President,! Declare Jersey City Boss Issued Cowardly Circular. JERSEY C1T Ocl. 27.—Teamster*' | bocal No. 617, of the American Federa tion of Labor, which Indorsed Mayor Wittpnn and City Hall Custodian Frank Hague for Mayor and street and water hoard commissioner, respo tively. has sent out to hundreds of union men during the past few days the following letter, In which they criticise George L. Record for assailing Hague and Flannelly, the man who Is now trying to live down a homicide. The letter is us follows: "As president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 617. and by direction of that body, I am addressing the labor men of Jersey City relative to the cowardly, wanton and unwarranted attack made by George L. Record upon Frank Hague, and through Mr. Hague upon Mayor Wlttpenn. It is the established policy of union labor to stand loyally by its friends, and, as we remember how Mayor Wlttpenn and Mr. Hague stood by us In the express strike and at other times, we would be ungrateful indeed did we not rally to their sup port. "As far as Mayor Wittpenn is con cerned, his honesty, fairness and abil ity are beyond question, and the mouthing* of Mr. Record only serve to reflect discredit upon himself and the men whom lie has nominated fur office. The contemptible insinuations which Mr. Record made against the character of Mr. Hague, and which he lacked the manhood to directly charge, have I been proven absolutely and positively false. "Another act which brings upon the head of Mr. Record the bitter con demnation of laboring men Is the man ner In which lit dragged the past rec ord of a now unoffending fellow man Into the limelight and wallowed in the heartless enjoyment of making It harder for this man to make an honest living. “Mr. Record overshadows the candi dates of his party; he looks upon men simply as pawns to be used for the ad vancement of his own selfish Interests. He does not hesitate to attempt to wreck the character of any man who stands In his way, and fights fair or foul, as occasion demands. "Such a man is not worthy of sup port. "I, therefore, on behalf of Local 617, urge every laboring man in Jersey City to heartily support and work con scientiously for the election of our tried and true friends. Mayor Wlttpenn and Frank Hague. Very truly, "JAMES DEG NAN, "President Local 617.” ALLEGED BANDIT TO SUE. PLAINFIELD, Oct. 27.—William Morris, of East Fifth street, the al leged bandit whose experience on a Chicago and Northwestern train July 1 led to rumors that he was trying to rob tile passengers, returned to his homo yesterday for the first time in two years. He hna engaged two law yers in the West, and will bring a suit for damages against the railroad com pany. NO ATTEMPT ON CZAR’S LIFE. ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 27.—An offi cial statement Issued last evening says that rumors which have Been current In European capitals all day to the effect that an attempt on the lives of the czar and czarina had been made are without foundation. WOMAN IS EMPLOYED TO DETECT “BAD TALK” BY MOVING PICTURE ACTORS. Censors Find That Foul Lan guage Is Used in Pic ture Plays. NEW YORK, Oct. 57—The Board of National Moving Picture Film Censors has at last taken cognizance of the charge that actors who pose for the pictures sometimes use bad language in dim plays which can be seen and understood by deaf and dumb people who understand spoken words by read ing the lips. The hoard has appointed Miss Irene Langford, who in addition to being a light opera star. Is also a “lip reader," to act as censor. It will be Miss Langford’s task to watch the moving pictures for offen sive language. Such films as she con demns on this score will not receive the sanction of the board. M. G. V. ARION REHEARSING. Julius Lorenz, the veteran and versa tile director of the M. G. V’. Arlon. sw ung the baton for the chorus at last night’s rehearsals in the Krueger Audi torium for Its coming concert. At the business meeting under Henry Ahl, the president, several new' members were enrolled, and preliminary steps were taken to secure headquarters for the big saengerfest to be held In Philadel phia next summer. NEW MEN’S CLUB PLANNED. The First Presbyterian Church Is to have a Men’s Club. Plans for such an organization were outlined last night at a dinner given In honor of Rev. Dr. William J. Dawson. The assistant pastor. Rev. L. B. Hill Is. Is In charge of the project. Every school boy or girl should se cure one of the Star Dictionaries. Cut coupon from this paper.—Adv. FLEEING MEN ARE CAPTURED AFTER PURSUIT IN ENGINE Husband and Companion Are I Charged With Shooting Worn- j an and Firing Houseboat. JERSEY CITY, Oct. 27.—John J. | Brennan and.Horace Barnes are under! arrest In Jersey City on charges of as sault and arson Brennan is accused! of trying to Kill his wife, Nora Bren- j nan. with a revolver, and both men are! held for setting fire to the houseboat! at the fool of Chapel avenue, Jersey City, upon which the Brennans lived.! The were caught by the police, who j chased them nearly two blocks in a I locomotive. Bv the headlight of the locomotive, the police were able to| locate the men. Tho men are accused by Willie Bren- j nan, 10 years of age. who told the po-] lice of the attack upon his mother and j the firing of the houseboat. Mrs. Bren-! nan, who is 30 years of age, is a ■ patient at City Hospital, unconscious! from many blows about the head. When policemen ran toward tile! houseboat to answer an alarm of fire. ! | they found Mrs. Brennan lying in j front of it. She was unconscious 1 and iter head had been atrociously I beaten. Drink and jealousy, neighbors! said, had caused frequent trouble on the boat. Little Willie Brennan told the police that his father and Barnes came to the houseboat and found his mother asleep. Brennan fired two shots at her, both missing, and then dragged the woman from her bed and beat her with the revolver butt. Then, It is charged, the two men set Are to the boat. The boy charges that, his father locked his mother in the houseboat, poured oil on all the bedding and ap plied a match. He says he waited until the men got out of the way and then broke open the door. While the houseboat blazed over his head the little fellow dragged his mother out and then gave an alarm. The best was totally destroyed, and on the strength of the story told by the boy, the two men were taken before Judge Farmer, who held them for fur ther examination. CAVALIERI GETS $75,000 PROM ROBERT CHANLER. NEW YORK, Oct. 27.— According to Mrs. Jessie Baskerville. the opera coach, who arrived lasl night from Europe on the Mauretania, the Chanler-Cava lieri controversy has been settled. Mrs. Baskerville said that Robert Wlnthrop Chanler. the husband, had paid Lina Cavalieri, the singer, $75,000 on her signing an agreement releasing him from all claims on bis estate. WOMAN GETS $500 FOR LIBEL. BRANCHVILLE, Oct. 27.—Mrs. Grace B. Morris, wife of William Morris, a clerk in the postoAlce, and daughter of Sheriff George Harris, was awarded a verdict for $500 in her libel suit against Philip Hine. She sued for $10,000. Mrs. Morris alleged that Hine had circulated a report coupling her name w’ltli that of I'nder-sheriff Albert T. Lyons. PLANS FIRE ESCAPE HEARING. ELIZABETH, Oct. 27.—Monday night next has been appointed by the ®lity Council committee on the erection and repair of buildings as ■ the date for a public hearing on the new Are escape ordinance. Introduced at last meeting of City Council. \Wav\M VColsVxvw^w j C' at\d\e& CM ’SM.e —X-ome WYata 50o per lt>«_ Presh Daily far Yonr Convenience- j ^ in order to In am re n constantly fresh snpply we have established a I local branch at 43 Halsey St., lame ately opposite rear of Hahne 4k Os., H ™%^r.r^,7MrirAn^:TRrtTon’'’ OAR™ and prompt i MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES 43 HALSEY STREET. OPPOSITE REAR OF HAHNE & 00. | FUSIONIST DID NOT GET ANSWER HE EXPECTED. NEW YORK, Oct. 27—Two poli ticians were discussing the probable 1*031111 of the election hotly at Fusion headquarters yesterday. One con tended stoutly that the Fusion ticket would win. The other was pessimistic and thought Tammany would carry the county. Toward them c|ne one of the Fusion lenders. He looked very ' thoughtful. "Here, ask him." suggested one of the disputants. "Say, Sam, who's going to win?’’ called the other. The leader paused an Instant, still thoughtful. "The Athletics, I guess," he said, am passed on. 1 NAVAL CHAPLAIN TO LECTURE. PLAINFIELD, Oct. 27. — Chaplain 1 George E. T. Stevenson, U. S. N.. will deliver a lecture In the Park Avenue j Baptist Church Tuesday evening on "Around the World with the Atlantic j i'leet ” The talk will be 'Illustrated ] with 2M views i MARINE GUARD PLACED OVER MIDDY FROM JERSEY. ANNAPOLIS. Oct. 27.—Abmtt tho, same time papers is hla coo* weroi forwarded to the President with the recommendation that he be dismissed' from the Naval Academy, Midshipman Fletcher Stanton Bleakley, fourth classman, of New Jersey, broke his ar rest- He was caught and taken Bh«k to his room in Bancroft Hall, ordered under nrreet again and now a marina, guard has been placed over him. For an Officer or a midshipman to be placed under the eye of a sentry while under arrest Ib considered one of the great est disgraces that can bs inflicted. , Midshipman Bleakley is the aama midshipman who when first caught in toxicated some time ago hid all night In a tower of Bancroft Hall. DIES FROM CANCEROUS GROWTH. PLAINFIELD. Oct. 27. — William Suydam, aged 48 years, of Glen Gard ner died at Muhlenberg Hospital yes terday from a cancerous growth. Hs had bssn In the hospital since Octo ber 1, , I