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f“Zon-0-Phone" Week The Silk Sale Women's Saits Women’s Tab Skirts
New Summer Suits Just unpacked — Tub Shall we save a Zon-O- * ") ****, ** e 0 shown in plain and Bag- Skirts of linen, cordellne. IIMfl/t i* r _ SarS^-S inlrH Je?Mn* fW SRturda>,,* MARKET. HALSEYC WASH/NG7GH STS. *B'8° ”llk*' MARKET. HALSEY6 VYASH/HGTOH STS. iaa.ns. ' * ’ ° MARKET. HALSEYC WASH/MGTON STS. raiigo fl to if7.ns. Men’s 15.00 and 18.00 Summer Suits, 15.00 Ready Saturday, two hundred fine looking suits at $11.75,^^ which several good makers produced to retail at $15 and $18. Lucky man who needs summer clothing, for here is one of the best offers of the year. This prize collection is made up of just the kind of suits that you will like. The materials are all wool, the patterns are excellent and the styles sound. The tailoring will bear the closest scrutiny—it’s O. K. You Will Find Just What You Want in This Sale There are suits of blue serge, fancy worsteds, cassimeres and Scotch effects; two and three-button sack suits, and a notable gathering of Norfolks. The variety of patterns is so ex tensive and pleasing that you should not have the slightest diffi Iculty in getting the kind of suit you have in mind at a big sav ing. Come and pick them over early Saturday. It’s a big op portunity of June. Hurry for Shirts at 88c, Men (First Floor—Market Street) The sale of men’s $1 and $1.50 soft negligee shirts at 88c is a big thing. Men began carrying away these cool and comfortable shirts by the armful early this morning. Better hie yourself here Saturday and get a supply for the heated term. Scores of new and inviting pat terns in neck band, attached collar and soft collar (detached) styles. All have soft double cuffs. Sound workmanship; perfect fitting qualities. Sizes 14 to 17; $1 to $1.50 summer shirts, while the remainder of the 1,784 last, 88c. Young Folks’ ? Thin Apparel (Third Floor—Market Street) P' Cool and inviting summer dresses and smart .*r linen suits for girls and misses are here in tempting array. Many new things are to be seen tomorrow. U Pay the juvenile store a visit. Misses’ Linen Suits—Stylish new models, made of good quality linen and , well tailored. Collars, cuffs and revers of self material or contrasting colors; i skirts plain or button trimmed. Sizes 14 to 18 years.5.00 and 6.98 Girls' Lingerie Dresses—Another lot of those pretty white dollar dresses just received. Dainty styles, trimmed with neat embroidery, lace and edging to correspond; sizes for girls of 0 to 14 years; while they last.1.00 Girls’ Lingerie Dresses—A splendid assortment of these dainty lingerie frocks made of nice quality batiste, in sizes 0 to 14 years. Fashioned with lace insertions and edgings to match. Good 2.00 values, at.....1.50 Girls’ Voile Dresses—These pretty voile dresses are shown in the very newest models. They’re of good quality, too. Charming effects, daintily trim | med with lace; all sizes from 0 to 14 years. Excellent dresses at.3.00 ^ Girls’ White Dresses—Handsome dresses in the new low-waisted models, ' trimmed with fine lace, embroidery, medallions and edgings to match. Belts trimmed with beading and ribbon; sizes 0 to 14 years. A large variety at...5.00 Misses’ Batiste Dresses—We are showing a beautiful line of batiste dresses at five dollars. Sizes from 14 to 18 years. Of fine quality and prettily trimmed with dainty lace insertions and edgings. See them tomorrow.5.00 Misses’ and Juniors’ Dresses—The newest and prettiest models of this sea son will be found in this collection of embroidered voile and lingerie dresses. Many trimmed with dainty laces and edgings. Priced at.7.98 Fountain Pens Special, 1.00 (First Floor—Halsey Sf.) j Saturday you may choose from ff a special lot of $1.50 to $3 foun tain pens for $1. The lot In cludes Onoto, Bamberger, self \ fillers, small and large safety and R snapshot pens. All fitted with 14 j kt. gold pen points, sizes 2 to 8. Some plain, others silver filigree l or two gold hands. No mall, 5 phone or C. O. D. orders filled. Regular $1.50 to $3 fountain pens. 9. 1.00. Shave With a 35c Elbeco (Flrat Floor—Mnrket St.> Trail safety razor is a g e n uinely high grade , article, not- • w i thstand lng its extremely low price. Sturdy, finely finished frame; blades as good as science and money can pro duce. The ‘'Elbeco" is the acme of sim plicity, efficiency and low price. After a trial you will recom mend it with enthu siasm to your friends. Standard silverplated holder with two guaranteed blades. 35c. mttm ■ Largest & Best Line in Newark Interested in lorgnettes? If so, you’ll find a visit to Bamberger's optical department doubly inter esting. We have been told that ours is the most complete line of lorgnettes in Newark—and prices the lowest. Marie Antoinette gold-filled lorg nettes. Paris designs, $4.00; in I sterling silver with engraved handles. *4.50 Nml *4.75. dnmnetal l.orgnette* with ster ling silver eye wires and pearl inlaid, *7.50. byeglass Special (.old-filled eyeglasses or spec tacles. including scientific exam ination by onr registered eye doctor, tl and up. (Firat floor, Washington St.). Sample Line of Children’s 1.98 to 3.50 Hats, 98c (Millinery—Third Floor—Halsey St.) Just in time for “June Sunday’’— the sample line of children’s hand made hats from one of the best houses in New York, at the lowest price on record. Think of choosing a new summer hat for your little girl from a line of $1.98 to $3.50 pokes and small mushrooms for 98c! j There are cute little affairs of all white, light blue, pink and mais. Every one perfect. While they last .98c All Silk Summer Parasols, 1.39 Instead of 1.75 and 2.00 (Parasols—First Floor—Market Street) This special offering includes all silk parasols in hunter green, navy, royal, tan, black, white and a few black and white stripes and checks. Made over strong 8-rib frame and mounted on choice handles. Any woman should gladly pay $1.75 and $2 for these new sun shades, yet Saturday’s price is only .1.39 A Watch Is the Ideal Graduation Gift There is no better gift for the graduate than a good, reliable watch; no better place to make the selection than at Bamberger’s. Complete stock; mode i a iv- pi ivwa. Women’s Watches 14-kt. gold open-faced Waltham or Elgin 15-jeweled watches.920 14-kt. gold open-faced Waltham or Elgin « 7-jeweled watches.915 to 952 Heavy 14-kt. gold hunting case Waltham or Elgin 17-jeweled watches.910 to 958 Heavy 14-kt. gold hunting case Waltham or Elgin IB-jeweled watches.950 to 956 Small size gold watches.97.50 to 915 €0-year case, Waltham or Elgin 7-jeweled watches .910 20-year case 7-jeweled watches.911 Bracelet watches — small size 7-Jeweled American movement. 915: 7-jeweled Swiss movement. 915: solid gold 7-jeweled Swiss movement, 952. Men’s Watches 20-year ease, Waltham or Elgin 7-jeweled watches .*0 25-year open-face case, Waltham or Elgin thin model, 7-jeweled watches. *15 20-year open-face case, Waltham or Elgin 7 jewel watches.*11 20-year hunting case, Waltham or Elgin 7 jewel watches.*12 Heavy 14-kt. gold open-face, Waltham or Elgin 7-Jewel watcheB.*ih Heavy 14-kt. gold open-face, Waltham or Elgin 7-jewel watches.*30 and *35 Heavy 14-kt, gold open-face, Waltham or Elgin 17-Jeweled watches.*27 to *05 Heavy 14-kt, gold hunting case, Waltham or Elgin 16-Jeweled watches.*52 Between Ourselves "Education does not begin and end In the academic halls," de clared Prof. J. Bassett Moore, Wednesday. In his address to the graduating class of Columbia University. "All life Is an edu cation. The university furnishes the preparation, the Impetus and the ideal, but it is in the later contests that the worth of the individual Is subjected to its su preme test and his value de termined." Life IS an education in the truest sense of the word—and a LIBERAL one, too. Higher edu cation Is a splendid thing, but the education which one ob tains from OBSERVATION—from keeping one's eyes open—from BEING ALERT, is the education which counts. The young man or woman who reads good books and who keeps abreast of the times Is as thoroughly equipped as the university graduate. The Shoe Store For Men (Shoes, Second Floor, Market St) It makes no difference what size or what width you require, or the last that conforms to the natural contour of your foot— you can get a comfortable shoe at Bamberger’s. We carry the largest stock of men’s shoes in the State, and the largest variety of sizes, widths and lasts. A shoe that fits properly is naturally comfortable—it keeps its shape better and wears longer than a shoe that is too big or too little. Properflt Shoes .3.50 Bench Made Shoes.4.00 Custom Grade, 4.50, 5.00 & 5.50 Straw Hats Fit Your Head, Your Features and Your Purse No trouble to find just the hat that fits you all around at the Greater Store. Men who have looked around elsewhere tell us that we’Ve twice as many styles of straw hats as any other shop—and we believe they are about right. How about you? Found nothing to please you to a "T" Just yet? Try the Bamber ger store tomorrow. Bangkoks at $5.90 Sennits, $1.50 to $3.00 Spilt Straws, $1.50 to $4.00 Soft Straws, $1.50 to $8.00 Mackinaws, $2.00 to $8.00 Porto Ricans, $2.00 Yeddo—the light straw—$2.00 Men’s Panamas No chemically bleached Pana mas at Bamberger’s. They are bleached by nature—In the sun. Therefore, the fibre Is natural, soft and pliable, outwearing the chemically bleached hats two to one. Plenty of good-looking, fine wearing Panamas, at $5 to $12. “Musical Hour” Bamberjcr^Midltorliiiii Saturday, June 7th, 2i30 to 3:80. Presenting Miss Minna Steiner, Violinist. Miss Grace E. Camp, Soprano. Mr. C. W. Velsor, Tenor. Mr. Stanley Eugene Bradley at Behn ing Player-piano. Mr. Joseph D. Freedman at Victor Vlctrola. PROGRAM. 1. "Souvenir of Opera," Arr_Swift Player-piano. 2. "Spring Song" (from "Na toma”) .Redding-Herbert Alma Gluck. 3. "Of Thee I’m Thinking, Mar garita".Meyer Helmunl t Mr. Velsor. 4. '’Serenade’* .Moszkowskl Miss Steiner, accompanied by Mr. Bradley. 5. "Moonlight" ("Serenade").... Mont Mr. Bradley at Player-piano. 0. "Banjo Song".Sidney Homer Mr. Velsor and Miss Camp. 7. "Dreams" (In German)... .Wagner Mme. E. 8chumann-Heink. S. "Serenade" .gPrdla Miss Steiner, accompanied bjr Mr. Bradley. 9. "International Congress" ... .Sousa Mr. Bradley at Player-piano. 10. "Who Is Sylvia?".Schumann Mr. Velsor. Special Attractions in the Boys’ Store We have made special efforts to bring hundreds of boys to the clothing store for summer suits and knickers Saturday. If your boy needs clothing, you certainly should look into these offerings— Boys’ 5.00 Serge Suits, 3.98—Well-tailored suits of strictly all wool, fast color blue serge; made in both Norfolk and double- j| breasted styles. Sizes 6 to 18 years; proper-fitting suits worth 5.00; special at.3.98 * Boys' 7.00 Suits, 5.00—Norfolk and double-breasted suits, with two pairs of peg-top, full-lined knickers. All wool cassi meres and cheviots in pretty patterns. Sizes 6 to 18 years. Prop erly tailored; 7.00 values.5.00 Boys’ Wash Suits-—The largest assortment of boys’ wash^l suits and the best values in the city will be found here. We arc^j showing all of the newest models in every good material; many handsome combinations.1.00 to 8.50 Boys' Wash Suits, 2.98—Norfolk suits in sizes for boys of 7 to 16 years. Stylish models, made of good quality white duck, linen or linen crash and khaki cloth. Peg top knickerbockers. Exceptional values at.2.98 ^ Boys’ 1.50 Knickers, 95c—Strictly all-wmol cassimere and cheviot knickerbockers in neat stripes and plaids. Sizes 6 to 17 years. Peg top and full lined. All seams reinforced; regular 1.50 quality, specially priced at.95c EXTRA 1-Sample Waists Sample Sizes 34, 36 and 33 Only We have purchased a manufacturer’s entire sample line of French voile and imported crepe waists, and shall place them on sale Saturday morning at 10 o’clock at $1.10. These waists have become slightly soiled through handling, otherwise they are per fect. Waists just like them have sold in many stores for $3.50. .Dozens of models are included. Some with single or double pleated frills, others with yokes of fine or heavy laces, embroid ered drop shoulder models, and a number of the new blouses edged with black net to be worn outside the skirt are also in the collection. High and low neck, long and short sleeves. Many have touches of plain and Bulgarian colors. As said above, the sale starts Saturday morning at 10 o’clock. No mail, phone or C. O. D. orders. None on approval. French Casserole Dinner, 60c Saturday, 5:30 to 8 Crab Meat Cocktail Radishes Dill Pickles Chicken en Casserole a la Parisienne Potato Croquette New Green Peas Francaise Lettuce and Tomato Salad Strawberry Shortcake or Vanilla Ice Cream Coffee Tea Milk Fascinating Summer Frocks for Women (Women's Dresses—Third Floor—Market Street) Hundreds of summer dresses, as new as the morn ing, seek your favor at the Bamberger store. Never before were so many clever, low-priced frocks as sembled as will greet you in the dress section Satur day. You will find it interesting to come and see "what’s new,” for here are gathered the acceptable styles for summer. ^ Women’s Summer Dresses, 1.00 to 2.50—Neat Mli- ,. styles with vestee or ratine collars and cuffs. One t model has vest of embroidery and white piping. ) 7 Plain chambrays, embroidered linenes, cotton cordu ' roys and gingham.1.00 to 2.50 Women’s Pretty Frocks, 2.98—Embroidery, white lingerie and voile, dimities, ratines, etc. Some elabo rately trimmed with Valenciennes lace, others with hemstitched collars and cuffs; any number of pretty styles, priced at.2.98 Women’s Dresses, 3.00 to 3.98—Voiles, fancy ratines, em broidered chambray, fine ginghams and cotton corduroys; also beautiful lingeries and French linens. One model of French linen; plain tailored with new batiste collar.3.00 to 3.98 Women’s Summer Dresses, 5.00—Lovely lingerie frocks, plain voiles in tailored effects; ramie linens, bordered voiles, black lawns, ratine and French linen dresses; white and summer color ings; some in coat styles.5.00 Women’s Summer Dresses, 6.00—Latest fabrics, such as silk ratines, bordered Dolly Varden voiles, French linens, crepe voiles, embroidered crepes and voiles. Some in coat effects with em broidered vests; handsome dresses at.6.00 Women’s Summer Dresses, 6.98 to 8.98—Charming frocks with dainty vests; fine hemstitched collars, new yoke effects, pretty crepes with embroidered Bulgarian collars and cuffs and hand some lingerie dresses, from.6.98 to 8.98 Women’s Summer Dresses, 10.00 to 13.98—Exclusive models. Such materials as pompadour voiles, crinkle crepe and voile com bination dresses; Dolly Varden voiles. One model with shadow lace yoke and plaited coatee.'......10.00 to 13.98 Women’s Summer Dresses, 15.00 to 20.00—Crepe or Dolly Varden voiles, novelty crepes, novelty materials and lingerie frocks. Ratine crepe model is effectively trimmed with satin, lace medallions and new lace collar.15.00 to 20.00 1.00 Stylish Corsets, 69c (Corsets—Second Floor—Halsey Street) Here are corsets that are stylish and comfortable at a very special price. The models conform to the fashions of the hour. There are both' medium and low busts, with the prevailing long skirt; hose supporters attached. Made of fine quality batiste, daintily trimmed with lace and embroidery. Regular $1.00 cor sets; special for Saturday.69c Save on Children’s Shoes (Shoes—Second Floor—Market Street) Children’s 1.75 and 2.00 Shoes, 1.35—In this collection are three different lots. (1) White nubuck high cut button shoes, in sizes 4 to 8. (2) White canvas high cut button shoes in sizes 4 to 8. (3) White nubuck Roman sandals in sizes 4 to 8. Reg ular $1.75 and $2 shoes, the pair.$1.35 Children's Kid Button Shoes—Spring heels, sizes 4 to 8; 75c values .59c Children’s Kid Button Shoes—No heels, sizes 2 to \'/i\ 60o values . 49c Sample Low Shoes From Williams & Hoyt, of Rochester < niidren's i<oiv shoes—Hpring heels; size 7. Regular $1.25 to 1.50, at .8»c Misses* Low Shoes—Low heels; Sizes 13 to 13tfe. Regular $1.50 to $2.50, at. 1.2ft Growing Girls' Low Shoes— Low heels, sizes 3 to 4. Regular 1 $2.00 and $2.60, at.1.50 Boys’ Patent t on i.acp *noes —Sizes 2Vi to 5V4- Regular $2.00 special .1.W Boys' Satin Calf I.acp Shoes— Sizes 3 to 5Vi- Regular $1.60, special .1-35 Boys' Robson Calf Lace Shoes —Sizes 9 to 13Vi- Regular $1.50, special .1-35 Strong 98c Porch cTfacker, 75c (Fourth Floor) This is a fine looking, strong ly constructed, comfortable rock er. Has a heavy birch frame and slat back. Double woven seat of good rattan. Regular price 98c, special.75c 3.00 Rockers, 2.50 Have heavy birch frames and high backs. Arms have steei brace supports. Double woven seats and backs. They are one of the most comfortable and durable porch rockers in the line. Regular 3.00 porch rock ers .2.30 4.25 Rockers, 3.25 These old hickory rockers are 41 inches high and have seats 17 inches wide and 15 inches deep. A very comfortable rocker and well built. Regular price 4.25, special price.3.25 L. “Bamberger Co. BY W. J. MORGAN By way of emphasis, we might again cite an urgent need for auto mobiles and monpy to take care of the orphans on the annual outing on the 11th. This is one piece of charity’"" work that comes each year and offers an opportunity for everyone to assist to some degree or another. A small donation from a great many will make possible to the greatest degree of success this annual outing. We would again ask you to direct your cash subscriptions to Joseph H. Wood, of the Newark Express and Transportation Company, or if you have a car and wish to place it at the disposal of the committee for this day communicate with C. L. Fltz-A gerald, 20 Branford place. George Eveland, manager fof the local distributors of the Stevens Duryea, has just returned from a trip to the factory. Mr. Eveland is very enthusiastic over the approach of the 1914 product, and it would ap pear that he has every reason to be so, for the Stevens-Duryea is regard ed as one of the most efficient of high-priced cars. Secretary Mann of the New Jersey Automobile Trade Association has sent out notices of a meeting to ba held at the Washington restaurant today for the purpose of making necessary changes in the by-laws of the organization to permit the expan sion plan recently adopted by the board of trustees. President W. H. Ellis, in referring to the proposed plans, stated that he fully appreci ated the extent to which the enlarge ment of the organization has become necessary, and promises that within a short time it will be a valuable as set to the entire membership. W. F. Ackor has consummated plans which will bring about his re turn to Newark as manager of the Mais Sales Company. Mr. Ackor un til recently has been connected with the Norwalk Motor Car Company, New York, and his return to New- ■ ark simply places him in a centre where he is extremely well known and should be a valuable asset to the company of whose interests he has taken charge here. An attempt to organize a reunion of those who took part in the memorable 'New Y’ork-to-Pittsburgh endurance contest in 1903 is now being f made in New York city. The tenth anniversary of the event will occur in October, and it Is planned by R. H. Johnson, who Is taking the initiative in this matter, to bring together at a dinner the en tire band of “Mudlarks,” as those who took part in the affair are called along the Row. On this occasion the "Mudlarks’ mileage medal” will be presented to the man who travels the greatest distance to attend thedinner. To the composer of the best song re lating to the run the "musical medai" will be presented, and the “mirth makers’ medal” to him who tells the best stories. The following members of the or ganization have been asked to serve on the committee of arrangements: H. W. Perry, Harry Unwin and John C. Wetmore, of New York; Howard I G. Reynolds and John C. Kerrison, of Boston; Webb Jay, of Chicago; Windsor T. White and Frank B. Stearns, of Cleveland, and F. Ed Spooner, of Detroit. - 1 As far as keeping ^he amateur and the professional apart in motor rac ing, it is much more difficult to do so than it is In many other lines of ath letics, if motor car racing can be classed with athletics. There is a chance, however, for the A. A. A. _ contest board to inaugurate an ama- ‘ teur class, but that class must not be connected with the trade, but must be drawn from the million or more car owners of the country. The pro fessional of today in motor-car rac ing is above board and is what he professes to be. But the amateur, for the most part, has never been that, but rather has been of what was known as the “Class B” type, which many remember so well in connection with bicycle racing. That was a sham and a straddle between the two classes. Reading Wrought Iron Pipe What is the use of ex perimenting with pipe? Everyone who knows any thing about metal knows that wrought iron is supe rior to steel for pipe, that it works easier and lasts, longer. . Admitting, then, that you have decided to use Wrought Iron Pipe, why not have the best? Experimenting with pipe is a mighty expensive operation. When you are ready to buy pipe, look into the merits of READING WROUGHT IRON PIPE and you’ll decide at once that it is the BEST pipe to buy. We KNOW it is the best, or we wouldn't have the agency for it and guar antee it. GOOD TOOLS—We han dle all sorts of tools. Con tractors’ Tools, Masons’ Tools, Cement Tools , Ice Tools, Carpenters’ Tools; in fact, tools for every trade. Also Garden Tools. Qualities here are always the highest and prices scaled to the lowest possible level. MOSQUITO NETTING in Copper, Galvanized and Black Wire. Macknet & Doremus Company Everything in Hardware 796-798 Broad Street — i. Men s iSea Island cotton underwear, uniy Found! Twelve hundred “Otis” made Sea Island cotton summer shirts and drawers for men, which we will let go at 45c a garment. No reason for selling is finely made, comfortable underwear at such a low figure, except the manufacturer’s desire to close out summer stocks. Mind you, it is not ordinary knitted cotton underwear, but is made of the finest cotton the world produces. Soft and smooth, light and cool—absolutely perfect in every respect. Shirts and drawers to match. Shirts have collarette necks, satin facing and pearl buttons; sizes 34 to 50. Drawers have extra large gussets, sateen suspender bands and tapes. Ankle length; sizes 30 to 50. Take a tip, Mr. Man, and get a summer’s supply of this cool and comfortable under wear at 45c.