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25c Pleating for Medici Collars, ift: Pretty pleat'ng for Medici collars and frilla will be on sale Tuesday at >*c 'rhe regular prloe Is 25c a yard. Made of plain nut and sha dow laces, 1% to S inches wide, in white, cream, eoru and black; good variety of styles; -*>c pleat ing#, the yard ...,9c Tickets for MLLF.. 1be »ext iime Uou bu,-< ANNA P AKLOW A. at m asb can> 'uasb tub‘ Krueger Auditorium. doibts linger, dusting Thursday night. Novem- d°tb'> stove mttens' or her o. sold at Bureau ot otber house furnishings. Information. First Floor. MAJ9KET HALSEY C WASHINGTON STS* get an 'ELBFCO An Unexpected Sale of New Furniture To Keep From Moving $45,000 Worth of Furniture From One Warehouse to Another, We Offer it for $33,000.00 The storv of this unexpected sale of splendid furniture is summed up in the headlines. We have approximately $45,000^00 worth of new furniture stored in the old Bamberger store, across Halsey street, which has been used as an overflow' warehouse. Rather than move it into the big fireproof warehouse nearing completion, at Plane and James streets, we offer it to the householders of New Jersey for $33,000.00. Furniture for every room and for every purse is included in this sale. Every piece of it is new, every piece desirable and a part of the Bamberger stock. The values are remarkable. The history of events leading up to this sale is interesting. A story o the growth of the new furniture store, when 15,000 square feet of floor space was sufficient warehouse room, to now when.SOJJOO square feet of floor space is required, would make good reading: but the greatest human interest story is told by the vALUfcb^ OFEEKED. Some of the items are listed here—just enough to give you an idea of the unusual saving you will effect by taking advantage of this sale. 48.50 Fumed Oak Living Room Suite. 31.98 A fumed oak suite, consisting of sofa, arm chair and rocker; made entirely of quartered oak; has heavv square posts, shaped arms and upholstered backs; coverings are of genuine leather. May be purchased separately or as a suite. 12.50 Rocker. 8.98 12.00 Arm Chair .7.98 24.00 Settee.15.00 48.50 Suite.31.98 18.00 Fumed Oak Rocker, 12.98 High-back rocker, with automo bile seat of genuine Spanish lea ther; special.12.98 13.00 Fumed Oak Rocker, 8.75— Genuine brown Spanish leather seat; beautiful nut brown fin ish .8.75 10.00 Fumed Oak Chair or Rock er, 7.50—Genuine rush seat; Itrongly made.7.50 22.50 Fumed Oak Settee, 16.00 Splendid design; genuine rush seat: special.16.00 25.50 Fumed Oak Settee, 12.75— Genuine leather seat and back. 12.75 12.50 Fumed Oak Chair or Rock er, 8.50—Neat design; fitted with rush seat.8.50 Library Tables Reduced 26.50 Colonial Mahogany Library Table, 18.98—45 in. long. 27 in. wide; special .18.98 24.00 Colonial Mahogany Library' Table. 18.50—Bright or dull finish . special .18.50 22.50 Fumed Oak Library Table, 17.98— 40 in. long, 30 in. wide: one drawer .17.98 16.50 Fumed Oak Library Table. 12.98— Massive legs; one drawer: 42 in. long.12.98 27.50 Fumed Oak Library Table, 22.50— 50 in long, 30 in. wide; low er shelf; special.22.50 25.00 Fumed Oak Library- Table. 21.50— 48 in. long. 30 in. wide; one drawer; special.21.50 32.00 Fumed Oak library- Table. 27.50— 46 in. long. 28 in wide; one drawer; special .27.56 100.00 Mahogany Suite, 67.50. Three-piece solid mahogany molded frame; beautifully finished; lour; large size sofa, arm chair and 1 100.00 Leather Suite. 72.50 125.00 Mahogany Suite. 79.50 230.00 Leather Suite. 150.00 90.00 Mahogany Library Suite 57.50 90.00 Mahogany Library Suite.... 49.50 library suite, as illustrated; heavy upholstered in panne, leather or ve ocker .67.50 125.00 Mahogany Library Suite.89.50 100.00 Mahogany Library Suite.65.00 115.00 Mahogany Parlor Suite.69.50 125.00 Mahogany Library Suite.89.50 80.00 Mahogany Library Suite.59.50 Dining-room Furniture Reduced 39.50 Fumed Oak Buffet.32.50 57.50 Fumed Oak Buffet.49.00 75.00 Fumed Oak Buffet.62.50 300.00 3-piece Butler Oak Dining Suite .235.00 550.00 i-piece Antique Mahogany Dining Suite .450.00 261.50 3-piece Golden Oak Carved Dining Suite .215.00 256.00 3-piece Mahogany Dining Suite.210.00 150.00 Golden Oak Buffet and China Closet.125.00 30.00 Fumed Oak China Closet.25.00 12.50 Fumed Oak China Close!.35.00 52.00 Fumed Oak China Closet.45.00 23.00 Fumed Ook Extension Table.. .19.50 35.00 Fumed Oak Extension Table.. 29.50 15.00 Fumed Oak Extension Table. .39.50 282.00 Mahogany Inlaid Dining Suite .2|5.00 159.00 Mahogany Buffet and China Closet .125.00 672.00 3-piece Butler Oak Dining Suite.569.00 1 i l.Od Golden Oak Buffet and China Closet .119.50 Circassian Walnut Bedroom Furniture The Dresser has 44-inch top and 23x34-inch mirror; one of the most popular patterns; reg. $49.50, 39.50 The Chiffonier has 34-inch top and 18x20-inch mirror; matches dresser; reg. price S45; special at .34.50 37.50 full size Bedstead.27.50 6.75 Rocker, to match suite.5.75 5.75 Chair, to match suite.4.75 474.00 Old Ivory Bedroom Suite, seven pieces, special.375.00 167.50 Gray Enamel Bedroom Suite, four pieces, special .119.50 97.00 Gray Enamel Bedroom Suite, three pieces, special .79.50 316.00 White Enamel Bedroom Suite, eight pieces, special .239.50 432.00 Ivory Enamel Decorated Bed room Suite, nine pieces .345.00 700.00 Old Ivory Bedroom Suite, four pieces, hand carved.545.40 205.00 Fumed Oak Inlaid Bedroom Suite, seven pieces, special. .. .150.00 258.00 Mahogany Bedroom Suite, four pieces, heavilv carved ....198.00 978.00 Circassian Walnut Bedroom Suite, brass trimmed, eight oieces .875.00 $14.50 Sheridan Inlaid Bedroom Suite, five pieces, special.275.00 204.00 Tuna Mahogany Bedroom Suite, 4 pieces, Colonial design. 175.00 40.00 Brass Bed, 25.00 This bed has 2!/2-inch posts with 2-inch square top rail and 7'/2-in. filling rod; best construction; all sizes; bright or satin finish. .25.00 35.00 Brass Bed, 22.50—Two-inch continuous post brass bed, with 2 inch filling rods. This is a massive looking bed, and may be had in all sizes in bright or satin finish; reg ular $35 brass bed.22.50 Pure White Cotton Felt Mat tresses—built-up mattresses; made of layers of pure white cotton felt; sanitary and comfortable, and priced so low— Regular 10.00 13.50 16.00 24.00 opcuiai 8.75 12.00 14.00 21.00 Box Springs Reduced—Best con structed steel springs, covered with best grade of ticking. ncguiur 11.00 15.00 18.00 21.00 25.00 OpCUHl 9.no 12.50 15.00 18.00 21.00 Exhibition Hand Painted China Monday to Saturday of This Week This exhibition is made up of the work of both pro fessional and amateur china decorators and the pieces are all of a very unusual nature. We have devoted our entire Auditorium to this affair and you are cordially invited to come and view the thousand or more speci t mens. , Doors Open From 8:30 to 5:30 3,000 Sample Tooth Brushes at Half Price and Less Regular 25c, 30c and 40c tooth brushes will be on sale Tues day, and while they last, at 2 for 25c. There are three thousand brushes in this sample lot. Most of them came from Charles Loonen. France. Many styles, sizes and shapes. Some have trans parent celluloid handles, others have ventilated backs; pure white bristles, perfect in every way; regular 25c, 35c and 40c tooth brushes, at ...2 for 25c FOURTH FTjOOR. WASHINGTON STREET 39.50 Royal Wilton Rugs Tuesday Only, 32.50 Tuesday you may choose from thirty new de signs in Royal Wilton rugs and SAVE SEVEN DOLLARS on every rug you buy. These rugs are new and perfect and are shown in patterns and coloring suitable for any room; size 9x12 feet; reg ular price $39.50; Tuesday only.32.50 FIRST FLOOR. MARKET STREET •> Women’s Coat Sale There never before has been a sale of women’s coats and wraps like the one now in progress at Bamberger’s. There are garments of practically every good style brought out this season, and in almost every fabric. The variety is bewildering. .Coats for stree* wear, semi-dress, afternoon and evening wear and for motoring. The range of sizes is still complete; any woman can be fitted perfectly. Do you need a new coat or wrap? ^ Regular 12.98 Coats, 9.98 Embraced in this group of new coats is an assortment of desir able styles and excellent quality fabrics. Worth $12 98; special..9.98 Women’s 15.00 to 17.98 Coats, 11.98 Excellent coats in a wide range of styles and fabrics; would readily sell for $15 to $17.98; special.T. 11.98 Women’s 35.00 to 45.00 Coats, 29.98 Here are handsome garments for semi-dress occasions, in excellent assortment; worth $35 to $45; special.,....29.98 , Women’s 17.98 to 20.00 Coats, 14.98 Dozens of styles in a big variety of materials; well made, stylish coats; worth from $17.98 to $20; special ...14.98 Women’s 20.00 to 22.98*Coats, 16.98 Practically all of the best styles and the leading fabrics are embraced in this collection of smart coats; worth $20 to $22.98; special ....16.98 Women’s 45.00 to 69.50 Coats, 39.98 One could not dream of lovelier conceptions in wraps suitable for evening wear; worth $45 to $69.50; special.39.98 Women’s 25.00 to 35.00 Coats, 19.98 An almost never-ending variety of styles and fabrics; surely any woman would be proud to own one of these $25 to $35 coats, ' especially since the price is only .. . .19.98 THTRI) FLOOR, MARKET .STREET Bamberger Clothing for Men Ci**» «» «■ Every man who comes to Bamberger’s for his new clothing will choose from the best assortments in New Jersey and pay only a fair price. The high est development of ready-for-wear clothing is found in Bamberger stocks. Particular men are highly pleased with these suits and overcoats. They are the kind of clothing that real men—men with tastes and opinions of their own—demand. The price range is comprehensive. There are— Suits for Men and Young Men at 8.50 to 40.00 O’Coats for Men and Young Men at 12.50 to 75.00 The new chalk stripes, smart gray mixtures and brown mixtures are amply represented in the suits that look like custom tailored. The “staple” pat terns, too, are in profusion. The stylish over coats embrace practically every good fabric in seem ingly every good pattern brought out this season. And, as was indicated at the outset of this talk to men, one’s choosing is unhampered. The Bam berger clothing store shows by far a GREATER VARIETY of STYLES, PATTERNS AND COL ORS in men’s clothing than any other store in the State. Almost any man can be fitted without harass ing delay. In the Sale of Fur Lined Overcoats a man may readily SAVE A THIRD or more and get an overcoat which is guaranteed to give satisfaction. The surplus and sample stock of a high up maker is involved. Regular 30.00 Fur Coats, sp’L 17.95 40.00 & 50.00 Fur Lined Coats 27.50 I 60.00 &65.00 Fur Lined Coats 39.50 75.00 Fur Lined Coats, special 49.50 1 85.00 Fur Lined Coats, special 59.50 85.00 & $100 Fur Lined Coats 69.50 125.00 Fur Lined Coats, special 79.50 $150 & $200 Fur Lined Coats 99.50 MEN'S CLOTHING, SECOND FLOOR, WASHINGTON STREET. Timely Sale of Comfortables and Blankets Blanket nights are on the way. When the cold wind whistles through l^ie shutters will YOU be prepared? This week we hold a sale of comfortables and blankets. Every one is new and fresh, sweet and sanitary. The assortments are complete in every detail, while prices are so low that thrifty housekeepers will need little urging to prepare for winter now. These items speak for themselves— 1.75 Wool Nap Blankets, 1.39—-Full size white wool nap blankets, soft and downy; winter weight; neat pink or blue borders; these blankets look like the wool kinds; they’re good value at 1.75 pair, special. .1.39 3.50 Full Size Wool Blankets, 2.95—White and gray wool blankets of good quality, with neat pink or blue border; all silk bound; of full size and regularly worth 3.50 per pair; we have marked them special at.2.95 4.00 Wool Blankets. Special 3.39—These nice soft finish wool blankets are of full size, made of selected wool; white with pink or blue borders, silk binding to match; gray with gray silk binding; S4 values, pair..3.39 2.50 Gray Wool Finish Blankets, 1.98— Best quality soft wool finish blankets, size 72 x84 inches; firmly woven; will not shrink; gray with pink or blue borders and silk bind ing; regularly 2.50 per pair, special.1.98 Regular 5.00 Elbeco Blankets 3.98—These splendid blankets are made of selected wool, with just enough cotton to prevent them from shrinking; full size blankets, with blue or pink borders and silk binding; S5 grade. .3.98 6.00 Extra Size Wool Blankets, 4.95—Size 76x84-inch blankets, made of fine selected white wool, handsomely finished; white silk binding and pink or blue borders; a grade usually sold for 6.00 pair, special.4.95 1.50 Silkoline Comfortables, 1.00—Full size comfortables, covered with silkoline; most of them have designs on both sides; fancv stitched; good sanitary cotton filling; regular 1.50 values, special price.1.00 5.50 Sateen Comfortables for 3.98—Full size, filled with pure hygienic lambs’ wool in one sheet; covers of best quality figured sateen; floral and Oriental effects; nine-inch sateen border to match; regular 5.50, at 3.98 8.00 Down Filled Comfortables, 5.98— Covers of best quality sateen, in floral and Persian effects; borders to match; fancy -stitched; filled with sanitary down; size 72x 84 inches; regular $8 values, special at. .5.98 Regular 1.50 Crib Comfortables, 1.25— Daintv silk mull covered comfortables in a variety of neat designs; pink or blue with silk borders to match; of good quality and regularly 1.50 dach, on sale special at.. 1.25 2.00 and 2.50 Comfortables for 1.45—Silk oline. sateen and cambric covered comfort ables. tufted or fancy stitched; some with nine-inch sateen borders; various designs and colors; pure white cotton filling; 2.00 and 2.50 values.1.45 Silk and Satin Covered Comfortables. % Off—We offer in this sale comfortables filled with the finest quality lambs’ wool at about one-fourth less than regular prices. Silk or satin covers; regular prices 6.50 to 25.00; sale prices average a fourth less. Warm Sweaters for Women and Misses Misses' Sweaters, 2.00—Plain-stitch style, made of all-wool yarn, with Byron collars; tan. maroon, cardinal, navy, grav and white; sizes 26 to 34, at .2.00 Misses' Sweaters, .'i..">0 and 4.00—Norfolk sweat ers with belts, pockets and Byron collars. All-wool yarn: white, gray, navy, tan and maroon. Sizes 24 to 28, at. .3.50 Sizes 30 to 34, at. .4.00 Misses' Sweaters, 4.00 -Shaker sweaters made of all-wool yam, with double ruff neck collars and inside pockets. All colors; sizes 28 to 34, at.. .4.00 Misses’ Sweaters. 4.00—.All-wool worsted sweaters, plain mannish coat effect; ruff neck col lars; all colors; sizes 28 to 34. at.4.00 Women’s Sweaters 4.00—Plain, mannish stitch style, of all-wool worsted; V or ruff neck collars; white, gray, tan, maroon and navy, at.4.00 Women’s Sweaters. 5.00—Light or heavy wor sted sweaters, in white and colors; Byron or ruff necks; also shaker sweaters; priced at.5.00 Women’s Shaker Sweaters, 6.50—All-wool wor sted, shaker stitch, in white and colors; inside pockets, double ruff necks, hemmed bottoms. ..6.50 Women’s Sweaters, 2.00—Plain, mannish stitch, Byron or ruff neck collars; all-wool yam; cardinal, maroon, tan, navy and white .2.00 Women's Sweaters 2.50—Of all-wool yarn, shaker stitch; double collars, inside pockets and ruff necks; maroon, gray, navy and white.2.50 Women’s Sweaters, 3.00—White and colors; all wool yarn, plain mannish stitch; ruff neck collars and closelv-knit cuffs; patch pockets.....3.00 Women’s Sweaters 7.00—Jumbo stitch sweat ers in maroon, navy, gray and white; ruff neck col lars; patch pockets, all-wool yarn; price .7.00 Misses’ Sweaters, 5.00—Jumbo stitch sweaters, made of heavy all-wool worsted, with pockets and ruff necks; navy, maroon, gray and white. .. .5.00 Juvenile Sweaters, 1.00 to 3.00—Sizes 2 to 4 years; ruff or Byron necks; also Norfolk effects; tan, gray, cardinal and maroon, at ....1.00 to 3.00 Women’s Sweaters, 10.00 to 35.00—Beautiful sweaters of Angora wool, Shetland, hand-made silk and imported goods...10.00 to 36.00 Between Ourselves A large Philadelphia publishing house, catering on a large scale to national advertisers, says that advertising Is not a panacea, but only one of several vital fac tors in selling." And It Is true. Advertising, no matter how excellent it may be, cannot accomplish its purpose if the idea back of it Is wrong! The Bamberger advertising is conceded to be good—it is bright, snappy and full of ginger. It goes without saying that it BRINGS RKSUI/TS. Now then, what if the Bamberger spirit or idea or policy were not right— would Bamberger's advertising have tne same pulling power’.' Assuredly not. It would fall upon deaf ears. People would not take it. seriously.. Advertising is but one of many way of getting and holding business. Assortments—-service —liberality—reliability are all prime factors. A great store's advertising, while it reflects In a measure that store’s actual pelf, is but a reflection, the same bp oue’e epeech or hendwrltlna are but reflectore of character. It le the HEART of e etore or the heart of «n Indltidual that counta. * Regarding Your Eyes The Bamberger eye specialist will tell you exactly your eye trouble if you come here for consultation, and whether or not you need glasses. Examination free. Tomorrow We Offerl: Skirts At Half Price For Ladies and Misses V V Alterations Guaranteed 6.00 Plaid Skirts, at.. 3.00 5.00 Serge Skirts, at.. 3.00 $6 Cheviot Skirts, at.. 3.00 $10 Sample Skirts, at. 5.00 9.50 Novelty Skirts,at.5.00 Included are the latest styles in serges, cheviot, eponge, plaids, checks and stripes; all colors and sizes. No two skirts alike. Breit’s Sample Shop 707* Broad Street, cor. Cedar Take Elevator. Fifth Floor HOLT BVILDINt; Over Crescent Drag Store We’re Five Floors Higher hat Five Dollar* Lower Thai Elsewhere Trackwalker’s Discovery Averts New Haven Wrecks HARTFORD, Conn., Oct, 27.—The vigilance of a track walker averted a wreck on the western division of the New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad neRr the Laurel street bridge late yesterday after noon. The recent heavy rains had undermined the roadbed, blit had left an uppercruit of earth and cinders so that It was not apparent to the casual glance. The track walker, noticing a small crevasse at the side of the tracks jumped upon the ground and discov ered to his surprise that hi was sink ing In a hole that was ten feet deep and extended under two tracks for nearly twenty feet. He rushed up the track and (lagged an Incoming train, which was due In ten minutes, and later flagged an outgoing train. Traf fic was tied up for some time until the damage was repaired. New Superdreadnought Texas Repaired; Resumes Trials ROCKLAND, Me., Oct. 27.-The ac ceptance trials of the new super dreadnaught Texas, which were in terrupted Thursday by an accident to the engines, were resumed today. Re pairs were completed late last niglir. In completing her standardization tests, the Texas was required to make three runs over the mile course at 21 knot speed and five rims at the best speed attainable. A four-hour endur ance trial, during which the ship must maintain an average speed exceeding 21 knots to meet contract require ments, will be the final test here. The other trials will be held at sea while the ship is on her way back to Newport News. Will Decide Dates of Olympic Contests Early in July BKRL1N, Oct. 27—The principal track and Held events of the Olympic games to be held here in 1916 are to be decided between July 1 and 10, according to an anonouncement made today by the German Olympic com mittee, The June dates contemplated earlier were abandoned by the com mittee at the instance of the United States, which objected because col lege athletes from that country would be unable to attend at that time of the year. The football and hockey champion ships are to be contested on Max' 29 and June 5, respectively, and the rowing on August 20. The dates for the sailing, golf, etc., have noet yet been fixed. OLD YALE OARSMAN DIES BOSTON, Oct. 27.—The death of Richard C. Whittier, who was cap tain of the Yale crew which defeated Harvard in 1905, was announced to day. Since his graduation he had been master of the Pomfret Boarding School until this fall, when illness forced him to relinquish his position. His death at a hospital in Brookline was due to Bright’s disease. He was thirty years old and leaves a widow. $5,000,000 Salmon Loss OTTAWA, Oct. 27.—Dominion fish eries experts report a loss estimated at $4,000,000 to $5,000,000 annually to the British Columbia salmon fishing Industry and probably the total dis appearance of the famous "big run" of salmon every four years as one of the startling results of the con struction of the new Canadian North ern Transcontinental line through the Fraser river canyon. The loss is apparently irreparable. Capitalized it means to the Pacific coast fishing in dustry. Americans and, Canadians in Puget Sound and on the Fraser river possibly half as much as the whole Canadian Northern Transcontinental has cost to construct. Christmas Stamp Sale NEW YORK, Oct. 27—At the Na tional Red Cross seal headquarters here it is announced that the annual Bale of Red Cross Christmas stamps will be begun on November 17 in aid, as usual, of the fight against tuber culosis. Rain Blinds, Auto Kills Him DECATUR, 111., Oct. 27.—Dr. Claude E. Burns died today at Bement, as a result of an automobile accident last night. Blinded by the rain, Burns drove into a ditch and his head was crushed by the steering wheel vhM tbs automobile turned over.