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Double Surety Coupons with all Purchases Tomorrow, Wednesday
$1.00 to $1.50 Sample
Nightgowns at 69c
Sample Nightgowns, every one a
high-class garment, both in workman
I ship and material; full widths and
lengths; attractively trimmed with
lace, embroidery, and others ribbon
trimmed; values $1.00 to $1.50; spe
cial .69c
Thomson Glove Fitting
Corsets at $1.00 to $3.00
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Thomson Glove Fitting Corsets of
coutil, in low and medium bust, long
hip arid back; lace or embroidery
trimmed; strong hose supporters at
tached; prices from... .$1.00 to $3.00
Have you seen Toyland—one of the
busiest departments in this entire store?
And it’s the grandest wonderland of play
things you ever dreamed of. The pretty
playthings—amazing, mechanical toys—
the things that go, aeroplanes, automo
biles, boats and trains—are all part of
this—the greatest collection of toys in
the history of Newark. Big folks, bring
the little ones—you will be as interested
as they.
toyland, second floor, rear
Baby's Life at 85c
Baby’s Life is by far the prettiest of
any similar book in our stock. Its pur
pose is to keep a record of baby’s life,
day by day, week by week and month by
month until the customary time for keep
ing such records expire. This handsome
little book can be had in pink and blue
with the cover design in gold. Size,
x9Yt inches. Publisher’s price, $1.25; our
price ...85c
main floor
Now's the Time to Begin
Gift Buying
Please shop early—and as early in the day as possible.
At best, you know, these pre-holiday days are short ones
-—and extremely busy and long days for our employees.
Begin today, please. Christmas is only about four
weeks away! And it’s so much easier shopping in the
morning, when choosing is convenient.
i ■
Men’s Suits & Overcoats $7-5#
_ • • ; _ '
Regularly Sold for
Men s All-Wool Overcoats and Suits,
neat fancy mixtures; lines from our reg
ular stock of good service elothing for
\ every-day wear; sizes 31 to 46; values
1 up to $12.50; special.$7.50
/ Men’s $15.00 to $18.00
Suits, $10.00
Men’s All-Wool Suits in the season’s
newest and most popular models; fab
rics very serviceable; single-breasted
models; can be had in all sizes; regular
I ly $15.00 to $18.00; special.$10.00
[ Men’s & Youths’ $15.00 to
II $18.00 Overcoats, $10.00
Men’s and Youths’ All-Wool Over
% coats; latest fabrics and colorings; all
•sizes; regularly $15.00 to $18.00; spe
| rial .$10.00
Men’s $20.00 and $25.00 Suits, $14.00
Men’s custom finished Suits of fine Cheviot, Cassimcre and
Worsted cloths; can be had in latest fabrics, plain blues and
fancy serges and plain black; all sizes up to 46; regularly $20.00
to $25.00; special .$14.00
Men’s $25.00 Overcoats, $14.00
Men’s All-Wool Overcoats, plaid back; can be had in all
colors and fabrics, including Chinchilla; sizes up to 44; values
to $25.00; special .$14.00
Boys’ $5.98 and $6.98 Suits, $4.98
Boys’ All-Wool Suits in neat mixtures and plaids; latest
Norfolk models; made by the best manufacturers of boys’ cloth
ing in the country, including the famous “Sampeck” make; all
sizes; regularly $6.98; special at.$5.98
Boys’ $3.98 and $4.98 Suits, $2.98
Boys’ Suits of serviceable material in neat patterns and Nor
folk models; regularly $3.98 and $4.98; special at.$2.98
Boys’ $3.98 Reefers, $2.98
Boys’ Reefers in the "button-to-neck” style; sizes 2 to 9
years; long coats for boys 8 to 17 years; regularly $3.98; spe
cial ...$2.98
Hosiery and Knit Underwear
Women’s Stockings at $1.50
Women’s Stockings of pure thread silk, reinforced heels, soles and
toes; all-silk tops and lisle tops; black only; the pair, $1.50; or 3
pairs for .$4.25
Women’s Imported Underwear, $1.65 to $2.19
Women’s Imported Swiss Ribbed Vests of pure white cotton, winter
Low neck and sleeveless, at.$1.65
High neck and short sleeves, at.$1.85
High neck and long sleeves, at ..$2.19
Women’s Union Suits at $2.59 to $3.75
White Swiss Ribbed Cottoh Union Suits in all the popular styles;
prices.....$2.59, £.3.00, $$.60, and $3.75
Men’s Silk Hose at $1.00
Men’s Half-Hose of pure thread silk, reinforced soles, heels and
toes; black and colors; the pair, $1,00; or 6 pair for.$5.70
Men’s Underwear at $1.25
Men’s Shirts and Drawers of fine ribbed natural gray, 2-3 wool;
medium weight; the garment, $1.25. Union Suits in the above
at .......$2.25
main Ki.oon.
... I.... III. .... mi , "'V
Women Will Be Given Another Opportunity
Tomorrow to Purchase $35 Suits at $14.95
Every woman with an appre
ciation of style merit and values
will marvel at these handsome
suits being featured in this sale
at unusually moderate prices.
Yesterday the sale opened with
600 of these particular suits in
stock—the selling was excep
tional brisk, but there still re
main a few hundred to be dis
posed of. We wish to direct par
ticular attention to the fact that
the suits offered in this sale are
not old—every one is in the sea
jjr son’s best and most popular
Materials are of fine Chiffop,
Broadcloth, Cheviots and Diag
onal Cheviots; suits haveJbeau
tiful self-color linings and inter
lined for winter wear; notched,
sailor, inlay velvet, round, shawl
or strictly tailored collars with
broad revers; deep cuffs to
match; kimono or set-in sleeves;
straight or cutaway effects;
straight or loose back with or
without belt; velvet button
trimmed; skirts draped front or
side or tunic effect; button
trimmed to match coat; may be
had in black, navy, taupe, brown,
wistaria and plum; value, $35;
\ specially priced for this sale
J at .$14.95
Women's $20.00 Coats, $11.95
Women's Coats of Novelty Mixtures, Chin
chilla and Boucle; kimono and kimono set-in
sleeves; three-quarter length models; value
$20.00; special .$11.95
Women's $35 Coats, $19.98
Women’s Coats of Chinchilla. Boucte and
Plush, with and without fur collar; button
trimmed; three-quarter and full-length-models;
kimono or set-in sleeves; coats valued to
$35.00, special .$19.98
Women's $1.50 to $2.50 t^g/s/s at
98c and $1.39
Women’s Waists of Voile and Lingerie; high
arrd low neck; with and without drop-shoulder ef
fect; lace insert or embroidered trimmed;
Reg. value, $1.50; special. 98c
Reg. value, $2.50; special.$1.39
Women's $1.50 House Dresses, 98c
House Dresses of Percale, Chambray and
Seersucker; high and low neck; embroidered com
bination and button trimmed; regularly $1.50;
special ..
w -- -- --- ■■ SUX/OND nr>w■— ■ ■ J
Last Call for Thanksgiving Linens
$3.25 to $3.75 Table Cloths and Napkins at $2.19 to $2.79
Irish Hand-Embroidered and Hand-Scalloped Linen
Centrepieces and Table Cloths in elaborate designs;
Moral designs.
73x73-lneh Table Cloths; reg. $3.25, special, *2.19
72x90.Inch Table Clothe; rcg. $3.75, special, $2,419
72xl03-lnch Table Clothe; reg. $4.25, special, *3.19
22*Inch Napkins; reg. $3.75, special.$2.79
( $6.50 to $15.79 Centre Pieces and
A Table Cloths at $3.25 to $7.89
f Irish Hand-Embroidered and Hand-Scalloped Linen
Centrepieces and Table Cloths in elaborate designs;
while they last, the following prices will prevail:
46 Inches; regularly $G,50; special, *».2.r.
45 Inches; regularly $7.48; special *3.74
45 Inches; regularly $7.92; special. *3.99
54 Inches; regularly $fi.9G; special, *4.4*
54 inches; regularly $10,38; special, gfi.io
54 Inches; regularly $11.38; special, *r,.<!9
63 Inches; regularly $12.98; special *41.49
63 Inches; regularly $14.98; special, *7.49
72 inches; regularly $16.79; special *7249
Scalloped Luncheon Sets at
Scalloped Luncheon Sets of
all pure linen, 54 inches round;
consist of 1 Table Cloth and
dozen Napkins; special at $3.59.
Colored Lunch Sets
All pure linen and fast colors
54-inch cloths .$3.39
63-inch cloths .$3.98
Napkins, per dozen.$3.49
$1.10 Renaissance Scarfs at
Renaissance Scarfs in elabo
rate designs, with drawn-work
centres; sizes 18x54 inches; reg
ularly $1.10, special at 79c.
Centrepieces and Scarfs, 25c
Embroidered Centrepieces and
Scarfs, lace trimmed; size 30x30
and 18x54 inches; special at 25e.
$2.25 Lunch Cloths at $1.50
Renaissance Lunch Cloths in
neat designs; 45 inches round
and square; regularly $2,25;
special at $1.50.
C hildren s colored Lunch Nets
at $1.69
Children’s Colored Lunch Sets,
consisting of 1 Table Cloth and
Vt dozen Napkins; suitable for
afternoon tea parties; special at
Scalloped Lunch Sets at $1.98
Scalloped Lunch Sets in plain
linen and figured damask; 13
pieces to the set; very special at
Hemstitched Guest Towels at
Hemstitched Guest Towels of
all pure Irish linen; size 15x24
inches; assorted patterns; spe
■ cia! at 49c.
Crash Toweling af 17c
All pure linen Crash Toweling
with red border, 17 inches wide;
special, the yard, 17c.
Hemstitched Towels at 19c
Hemstitched Huckaback
Towels, all pure linen; size I9x
38 inches; special, each, 19c.
Muslin Sheets at 52c to 62c
Muslin Hemmed Sheets of
heavy quality bleached muslin.
Size 63x90, special at 52c
Size 72x90, special at 57r
Size 81x90, special at 62c
Hemmed Muslin Pillow Cases
Size 45x36, special at 12c
Size 45x36, special at 19c
Size 50x38! i, special at 22c
Standard Quality Muslin at
9c and 10'/2c
36-inch full bleached muslin,
good 12c value, special, 9c.
36-inch unbleached muslin;
good 14c value, special, lO'/jc.
Quilted Padding and Table
Felt in all the wanted widths at
special prices.
Get Your Blankets Now!
While These Low Prices
Are in Force
$2.50 White Wool Nap Blankets at $1.75
In pink and blue borders; size 64x76; it is rare that a blanket
of this kind is offered at such a low price; regularly $2.50; spe
cial, $1.75.
$3.50 White Wool Nap Blankets at $2.75
Extra large size, 72x84; in pink and blue borders; excellent
quality; regularly $3.50; special at $2.75.
$5.00 White Wool Blankets at $3.98
In pink and blue borders; size 70x80; one of our best sellers;
regularly $5.00; special at $3.98.
$5.50 White Wool Blankets at $4.50
Very fluffy, though clowly woven; in pink and blue borders;
size 70x80; regularly $5,50; special at $4.50.
Maish’s Comfortables, $2.98
Maish’s celebrated cotton down Comfortables; warmth with
out weight; equal to comfortables valued at $5; may be had in
all the new designs, both light and dark; only $2.98.
$6.00 Comfortables at $4.75
Lambs’ Wool Comfortables, silkoline covered; 7-inch border
to match; selected lambs’ wool filled; regularly $6.00; special
at $4.75.
$8.00 Comfortables at $6.75
Lambs’ wool Comfortables, silkoline covered; 7-inch border
stitched with 9-inch border; reverse side plain, fabric to match f
color of top; regularly $8.00; special at $6.75.
Curtains and Portieres at
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Reduced Prices
Lace Curtains at
$3.75 to $8.00
A special sale of 2,000 pairs of
beautiful Irish Point, Cluny, Marie
Antoinetfc and Renaissance Lace
Curtains at greatly reduced prices.
Can be had in both sill and full
length sizes. Curtains which reg
ularly sell at from $4.50 to $10.00
have been specially priced
at ..$3.75 to $8.00
Mercerized Portieres
at $3.25 to $5.95
A very large assortment of light
weight Mercerized Portieres in
all the latest colors; specially
priced at $3.25, $4.75 and $5.95
White and Ecru Madras
at 30c to 65c
We have a beautiful line of
White and Ecru Madras, marked
at moderate prices,
30c, 38c, 50c and 65c
$3.25 to $4.00 Curtains
at $2.95
800 pairs of Novelty Net, Scrim
and Marie Antoinette Silt Cur
tains in white or Arab color; every
pair well made; regularly $3.25 to
$4.00; special at.$2.S5
$35.00 Portieres at
A positive saving of $10.50 on
Portieres made in our own work
room of the best Imported Linen
Velour, edged with a heavy silk
cord. Combination of colors to
suit the decorations in your
home. Regularly $35.00; special
at .$24.50
$2.00 Utility Boxes
at $1.65
Another 100 of those fine Mat
ting Utility Boxes, well made of
seasoned wood; regularly $2.00;
special at .$1.65
r ' ' >
Special Lots for Wednesday
Women’s Handkerchiefs
Women’s Hemstitched Handkerchiefs with embroid
ered corners; three styles; six to the box; regularly 50c
and 75c value; special at.30c and 59c
Men’s Handkerchiefs
Men’s Initial Hemstitched Handkerchiefs of all linen;
54-inch hem; six to the box; regularly $1.45; special, 19c
each, or by the box.$1.00
$3.98 Marabou and Ostrich Capes at $2.98
Bxquisite Imported Marabou, and Ostrich and Plain Marabou
Capes; five strands; in black, natural black and white, brown and
white combination; regularly $3.98; special at.$2.98
25c Lace Plaitings at 15c
Plain Net Chiffon and Shadow Lace Plaitings, in white, ecru
and black; can be had in both narrow and wide; regularly 25c;
special at ...15c
V ,i— — >IAIV ->
Tomorrow Is the Last Day of the Chinaware Sale= =Buy While Prices Like These Prevail
$39.50 Dinner Set at $35.00
Open Stock, 100 pieces; fine
Austrian china; pretty fancy green
and pink decorations; gold-lined
handles; regularly $38.50; s ’ '
at .7.
$34.85 Dinner Set at $28.50
Open stock, 100 pieces; fine
Austrian china; very pretty double
border, with rosebud centre; gold
lined handles; regularly $34.85;
special at ..’..$28.50
$63.00 Dinner Set at $53.50
Open stock, 100 pieces; fine
Charles Field Haviland china;
pretty trailing arbutus; dull gold
edges and handles; regularly $03;
special at .$5.1.50
$34.50 Dinner Set at $30.00
Open stock, 100 pieces; fine
Limoges china; pretty floral rib
bon border with pink roses; matt
gold handle and plain edge; reg
ularly $34.50; special, at..$30.00
$56.00 Dinner Set at $50.00
Open stock, 100 pieces; fine
Charles Field Haviland china;
neat olive green border, gold
edges and matt gold handles; reg.
$56; special at.$50.00
$72.50 Dinner Set at $50.00
Open stock, 100 pieces; Theo.
Haviland china; very pretty pink
garland of roses; fancy double
gilt border; gold-stippled handles;
reg. $72.50; special at....$50.00
$19.00 Dinner Set at $11.98
Austrian China, 100 pieces to
the set; beautiful pink floral deco
rations; pieces of liberal size;
set include* sugar bowl and
cream pitcher; regular value
$19.00; special at .,..$11.98
$21.50 Dinner Set at $18.75
Maddock’s Spray border of
corn flowers, known as Sovereign
Burban border; 100 pieces to the
set; regularly $21.50; special
at .$18.75
$19.00 Dinner Set at $15.25
Maddock’s Premier Shape, drive
blue border decoration, gold edges;
100 pieces to the set; regularly
$19.00; special at .$15.25
$20.50 Dinner Set «t $16.98 $43.75 Dinner Set at $37.50
Maddock’s Monarch Shape, Maddock’s Majestic 428 Deco
Louise decoration; pretty pink rations, copied from the most ex
garland of rose with mat green pensive Crown Derby decoration,
border; plain shape and very very rich; 100 pieces to the set;
pretty; 100 pieces to the set; reg- regularly $43.75; special
uiarly $20.50; special at...$16.98 at .$37.50
$21.50 Dinner Set *t $17.50
Maddock’s Persian Border deco- {SfJ€?OJ.Q.lt
ration, a very classical border of " "1 1 1
Persian coloring; rich, rare and On all Maddock’s English
racy; 100 pieces to the set: reg- Porcelain we will give a dis
ularly $21.50; special at..,$17.50 count of 15 per cent., thus en
... _ . . «bllng our patrons to match up
$19.00 Dinner Set at $15.25 their dinner sets at this time at
Maddock's Hamilton Green, reduced prices. No further
green bud decorations; 100 pieces discounts on sets mentioned
to the set; regularly $10.00; spe- above.
cial at .$15.25 __
Atterbury Prize-Winner Bring?
Top Price at Old Glory
NEW YORK. Nov. 25.—The horse
of the classes clashed with the horse
of the masses at the opening of the
annual Old Glory auction in Madison
Square Garden yesterday and so far
as prices realized went the aristo-,
cratle show saddle horses had the
better of the argument with their
more democratic brethren of the trot
ting track.
There was a rush to surround the !
auctioneer when the handsome gray j
gelding Nickel Plate was brought out
at 4 o’clock to be sold to the highest 1
bidder, in spite of the fact that he
had won a valuable cup outright for
his owner at the show which ended
on Saturday,, in addition to another
blue ribbon.
Of the 1,000 or. more persons who
■watched the sale only two were
stirred Into activity by the announce
ment by Auctioneer George Bain that
Nickel Plate had won championships
at the national show in 1912, and in
1913 at Plainfield, Long Branch, New
port, Morristown and Piping Rock.
These were John R. Townsend, who
had awarded enough blues to Miss
Atterbury’s champion to be aware of
his quality, and James Houchin, of
Jefferson City, Mo. The opening bid
was $500 and the price jumped $100 a
clip until It soared to $800. With half
century advances the off ere quickly
•cached $1,200. Then it went along at
{26 increases until Mr. Townsend quit
at $1,400 and the prize of the day
was knocked down to the Missourian
for $1,426.
Patricia, which has won in pair
classes with Nickel Plate, also was
knocked down to the bid of Mr.
Houchin, but for the much sAtaller
figure of $875, while Kildare, a good
weight-currying saddler, went to W.
T. Hyde for $850.
Kildare, br. g., 7 years, 16.3, W, T.
Hyde, New York city, $850,
Patricia, ch. m„ 5 years. 15.114,
James Houchln, Jefferson City, Mo.,
Nickel Plate, gr. g„ 7 years, 16.3,
James Houchin, Jefferson City, Mo.,
Lonnie Boy, ch. s., 14.1, by Glorious
Lonnie, J. Johnson, New York city,
Delian, ro. 2:1114, trotter, ti, by
The Director General—Nella Jay, C.
B. Williams, Hartford, $850,
Bay colt, trotter, 2, 16.114 h., by
Aquillln—Altureis, J. Mahoney,
Queens, Long Island, $260.
John F. Gibson, b. s., 2:16*4, trotter,
10, 16.2 h., by Baron Dillon—Ellavola,
J. Y\ esterwold, Paterson, N. J„ $310.
Britania, ,b. f., trotter, 15.1 li., by
Ulngaiu—Direxa, H. G. Richards,
StelTarton. N. ti., *290.
Colonel Woods, pacer, 2:12*4, br. s.,
7, by Colonel Benton—Jay Bird, L. S.
Gray, Swansea, Mass., $300.
Generalissimo, b. s„ 2:19*4, p., 15.*
h., ,by The Director General—Halite
Simmons, Proctor Griffin, Brookvllle,
UlL, S3H0.
Cobalt, ch. g., 2:2014, p., », 16 h„ by
Harvester—Ormonetta, J. H. Potter,
Salem, N. J., $295.
John S. Engurd, br. s., 6, 2:1714, p.,
15.2 h., by Armont—Rubaline, J. H.
Lynch, Norwich, N. Y., $280.
Carol Bells, b. m., 2:1614, trotter, 8,
15,214 h., by Monbells—Cuprose, L. S.
Gray, $320.
Electra P., ch. m„ trotter, 5. by
The Peer—Cunlform, Alonzo McDon
ald. $250.
Lesa Mac, b. m., trotter, 6, 15.3 h.,
by MacDougall—Lesa, J. J. Simmons,
Philadelphia, $270.
Elastic, br. g„ 2:17*4, trotter, 8, 15.*
h-, by Adbell—Daisy, J. H. Phillips,
Brooklyn, $300.
Boy Says Stepmother Held
His Hand on Hot Stove
BAYONNE, Nov. 25.—Patrolman
Van Woeart found Richard Saada
inan, six years old, of 129 West Kortv
fifth street, this city, crying In the
street near his home yesterday. Tho
boy'H right hand was burned almost
to the bone und his face was burned.
He told the policeman that his step
mother, Mrs. Josephine Sandaman,
had punished him by pressing ills
hand on the top of a hot stove and
had then held lighted matches close
to his face. The woman was ar
raigned before Recorder Mara and
was held in $1,000 for the grand jury.
She said that the boy had been
burned at a bonfire.
Red Bank Man Shoots at
His Wife, Alleged Eloper
NEW YORK, Nov. 25—Shopping
crowds In Fourteenth street be:vv-n
Fifth and Sixth avenues were
alarmed yesterday afternoon w>*en
Frank Mozza, twenty-eight, a grocer,
of Red Bank, N. J., fired twice at his
wife, Jennie, and Joseph Romeo, of
Both shots misled, and one hit Mrs.
Agnes Woodhine, of 254 West Fif
teenth street, causing a slight wound
in her left leg. Rorpoo was about to
return Mozza’s fire when Detective
Fine grabbed his arm and arrested
both men. Romeo had taken Moxza's
wife away three times before, accord
ing to tho latter.
Sophomores Win Annual
Cane Spree at Princeton
PRINCETON, !Nov. 25.—The sopho
more class won the annual cane spree
from the freshmen last night by the
score of two bouts to one. The bout
between J. N. McDowell, 1917, and
A. M. Frantz, 1918, mtddlewelghts, re
fill i red two boufs, lasting 9 minutes
30 seconds, before McDowell could get
tho cane away from the sophomore.
M. A. Tancock, 1916, beat S. W. Ta
tum, 1917, in the lightweight division
in 4 minutes 55 seconds, and E. W.
Day, Jr., 1918, beat M. A. Charles, 1917,
in 4 minutes.
Healthy, W rin
(From the
A dull, drab, muddy complexion,, «
over-red, blotchy, pimply or freckled skin,
can by 11 quite simple, harmless and In
expensive method, be changed to one of
flower-Uke radiance and purity. One ounce
of common inercollxed wax, sold by drug- :
gists generally, will remove the most un
sightly complexion In from one to two
weeks. By Its remarkable absorptive
power, the withered, faded or discolored
layer of thin ttlm-skln which hides the
be'ulthler skin underneath, is gradually
flecked olf in tiny, almost invisible pani
cles. This is done so gently there is no
Inconvenience, and no trace Is left on tli
skin except that of enhanced beauty,
wax Is smeared on like
retiring, and removed In
warm water.
If the skin be wrinkled „
bath made by dissolving 1
saxollte In % pL w>
found most effective,
astringent and tonic p
tightens the skin and br
nortlng muscles.

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