The Morning Call from Paterson, New Jersey on March 23, 1923 · 12
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The Morning Call from Paterson, New Jersey · 12

Paterson, New Jersey
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Friday, March 23, 1923
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,- . - , J fHE PATERSON MORNING CALL, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1923. , ' TWELVE! CULS0S' LITERARY PATERSON'S FOREMOST STORE FOR MEX'fi AND BOVS' WEARING APPAREL The Call's Forum DEBATE SUNDAY Clothes Smart MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S , AND TOPCOATS SUITS Nothing but a personal inspection can, give you an adequate idea of the distinctive models, the wonderful color tones and smart new fabrics. They're the kind of clothes a man adniireB instinctively for their good looks and on better acquaintance for their good qualities. Models to lit all builds of men and young men. Unequalcd value?. Priced $40 to $55 II , MICHAELSON "QUALITY CLOTHES" Men's and Young Men's many styles with extra pair pants. Smartly tailored, perfect fitting fancy cheviots, tweed effects and plain fabrics-plain and sport models. $25 to $35 - FOR BOYS TWO TROUSER SUITS All wool fabrics mixtures and Idue gorges for boys, 8 to 18 years. Wonderful values, $12.50, $15, $18.50 $6.9p Special Lot of Boys' Norfolk Suits, with one pair Trousers Here, Sir! Your New Easter Hat Come and let us help you solve the most dillicult problem of your Master wardrobe that new hnt. Fashion seems to prefer the lighter shades this spring and so here they are. The MICHAELSON SPECIAL HATS,. .$2.83 to $3.83 'The "MALLORY" HATS, $5; DUN LAP HATS, $7 s Newest Effects "Metric' Spring '"Shirt ' .... ." $1.95 Up "King Tut" Silk and Wool "Non-Wrinknblc" Neckwear . . . . , $1 Michaelson No. 158-160 Market St. (KatzBldg.) 'THE BIG STOUty FOUNDED NEARLY THIRTY VEAnS AGO. Nash Lamas th World in Motor Car Volua New Touring Model Six Cylindtrs Seven Passengers 1530 Paterson , Ft Disc Whult mnd Nuk Stlf. Mounting Carritr, 25 additional ' Come for a ridel Take a test-ride, today, in . this new Nash Six Touring Car for seven. It's a wonderful "buy "for the larger family, or those who ride with friends. You'll, be instantly won to the even and generous power of its newly refined motor. You'll appreciate the great sayings effected in gas and oil. And you'll notice, besides, a score of other important developments. Drop in now! S Prices range from FOURS and SIXES $1030 to $2355, f. o. . b. Paterson. MICKHAM-NASH MOTORS CORP., PATERSON AND VAN HOUTEN STREETS. .,. Faculty Boneheads. Patrson,..V. J.. MrchJ. Editor of Th Call In on of the papers th other day there was an Interesting account of a contest In torn institution of learning; In oder to develop the amount of knowledge possessed by the tudents regydlng mattar of general interest It seems that they mad a very poor showing and then Jhere was a contest among the member of the faculty. The members of the latter did not teem to make a much better showing than did the student. It was stated that one of the ceioorm stated mat Francis Scott Key wa a woman poet Several other strange replies were given to the simple qucstlftns propounded. It appeared that both the faculty and the students were In the same coat so rar as Knowledge- ot prominent events and prominent personages was concerned.- It was not so very fine for the Institution referred, to. It was not so long ago that Presi dent Harding paid a very fine tribute to Francis Scott Key and the tribute was published In the newspapers making a very fine appearance. Evt dently the faculty and students at the institution above referred to are not very close readers of the newspapers or the gentlemen wo gave fhe quer reply would have been better posted. The newspapers are of the greatest value In the education ot the people Iri many branches and are performing great public service In that line. Some.of the editorial are an education to the persone perusing the learned article and contain many valuable facts concerning Important matter. The queer man who wa reported not long ago a not having heard of the world war mutt have lived la ome cave. He wa oa of the fretk which are found every little while. A perusal of the newspapers gives a person very Clear Idea of the Important events nd lends to. educate the person In the affairs of the world. Ae tatd the new-paper are giving to the peojUe an education In many departments and as such r publlo. benefactor Of the highest ' type. Some-of the special article published In the metropolitan newspnpers are of the greatest value and give te the readers a clear and concise Idea of many of the Important vents in tho history of our country aid in some ruses of thi world. For i nt reason they are an educational ajtncy and deserving of the highest praise. ' ' AN AMERICAN. Dishonoring Honored Names. Paterson, N. J.. March ?0, 1123. Editor of The Call In one of the local papers the other day It w,an-nounced that a man named William MoKlnley had, been arrested for mul-treating bis married daughter. He wa certainly not honoring that great name. In another ' Item we. are told that Oeorge McClellan had been arrested In New York city for pick ing the pocket of a man from Pater- eon, lie was no ladding great rame to that honored name either. It seems strange that perhaps per son bearing such distinguished names should be connected with uch Infraction of the law of the state. It re-, call the face that the Blacker named Bergdoll bear the honored name of Orover Cleveland. Hi name hi beon paraded before the people for a long time. These are the exceptional case however, and to the credit of the great majority bearing honored namee It In ay be said that they endeavor to avoid anything that might detract from the great names which they bear. Oeorge Harvey, at present the am bassador from the United State to Great Britain used to be known a Oeorge B. M, Harvey, but It seem that he dropped all but the two name mentioned above. In the olden days when hi name wa prominent In newspaper circle It wa always George B. M. Harvey. Evidently Oeorge B. McClellan Harvey. The-name was a familiar one to reader of the Jersey edition ot the New Tor World In the day gone by. He now hold a place of great prominence In the diplomatic circles. The position which he dow hold I considered a about the highest in the diplomatic service of the United States. He 1 the man credited with bringing; Wood row Wilson Into publio life and wa for some time one of the closest advisors of the former president. In 1120 he became one of the- strong supporter of Warren O. Harding and wa rewarded through the appoint ment to Great Britain. He now fill a place that ha been niled by tome very distinguished men, among them John Hay, Joseph H. Choate, While- Inw Held, Thomas F. Bayard and othors. It Is a position that rails for great wisdom and tact In preserving the friendly relation existing between the United Btates and Great Britain. Those relation for a long term of year have been of a very friendly kind, and It ha been owing hi great men sure to the high type of gentlemen sent to ntpresent thts government at the court of St. James. Many of fhe name of minister and am-bnsjadors to Great Britain are thoe of very distinguished Americans. AN OBSERVER. Speakers Will Entar Oonteat on Immljjr-tion Question. . ' , "Resolved, That Immigration Shall Not Be 'Numerically Restrlowd" will be to (ubjeot to be debated this Sunday evening at the Cultoa literary and musical night under the auspices of the Young iltn'e Hebrew association, to which the publlo to invited. The debater can bs considered among the best jof the Jewish young men of the city. On the affirmative aide will be Gabriel Liohtman, weil known New York newspaper man, and Samuel Steinberg; tor the negative, 601 M. Mann end David Kurlantaick. Immigration I a problem that Mrlousiy concern the country legislature today and It Is ot lntrt to everyone who follow the affairs of the United Ststes. No doubt many In this city will be on hand to hsar- thl ubJsot debated pro. and ean,- ' - The debate I only pn number1, on Sunday evening' program, which Is made up entirely ot Culso member. A declamation by Nathan Friedman will be the opening, number of the program to be followed by musical selections by the Culso trio, composed ot Morrie Goldberg, Carl Stern and Morrli Stern. ' Rabbi Ludwlg Roeder, one 'of tlie-nioat forceful speakers in the American rabbinate at the Vresent time, will deliver the address ot the evening. An original selection will be given, by Alberx Shulman, preeldent of the organization. Shubert'g String quartet, composed of four artists, wall, known to muslo lover In this city, will occupy an Important part of the program. Morris Goldberg Ig a member of this quartet, who only recently returned from hie tudles In Europe. HU reputation I not only known In his home city, but in the whole country Goldberg ha been heard by . thou-Miid of music lovers throughout the Western, Central and Eastern etatee. With Morrl Goldberg are Carl Stern, cal "cellist ; Irving Oold, violinist, and Sam Nussbaum, second violinist The Culso trio will close the evening's program with several muslcil ssleotlons. The trio-1 composed of Morrlg Ooldberg, vlollnlet; Carl Stern, 'cellist, and Morris Stern, olan 1st. . The program will begin at t o'clock and It is expected that, at least 700 person wilt crowd the hall to take part In the evening' affair. Seating accommodation are being provided for this number. This program is the best prepared by this striving cultural group of young men, who have undertaken to promote educational actlvltle for the Y. M. H. A. It l expected that Sunday nlghf program will be the first of a terlee that will powlbly be finished In June. The Culo are preparing to conduct a music evening during muelo week In May. The publlo 1 invited to attend the affair this Sunday night. Door will be open at 7:45. The program will start at t o'clock. Abroham J. Owen, local newspaper man. and a member of the Culsos, wlir be chairman of the evening. ADVERTISE IN THE CAUL As An Old Ribbon Weaver Sees It, Eilltor or The call I am a mem ber of the Associated Silk Workers, and have read th sarcastic statement of. Secretary Weber of the U. T. W, In regard to the Jobnson-Cowdln con troversy, and It seems to me he Is trying to cause a condition of hatred between the two unions. I have also read the - statements of Secretary Hoel.chtr, of the A. S. . W., and that of EdwaTd Zuercher, of the Loomflxer' and Twister' association. and quite a contrast. Indeed, are their statement- devoid i of all bitterness and Insinuations; the, statement themselves- are characteristic ot the men who made them, Why two 'unions should antagonise each other. I cannot understand. work In a mill where weaver ot both union are employed and I have nevai heard n unkind word spoken by member ot either organization. Then why should the representatives of the U. T. W. try to start 'a feud between the two ttntons? Is it because of hi Incompetenecy. he ha lost ptestlse and members? Vituperations and abuse are the tactic which this man now esiploys. In a vain effort to r -gala both prestige by his Insinuation. He, trie to make it appear that the CHARLOTTE WYNTERS WILL CLOSE. HERE ' 'Dreams Tor Sale ' Will Be Iast Show of Season Tor Stock. Company. , An announcement that will com a unpleasant new to many thousands of people In this city and vicinity was made yesterday by Manager William J. Riley, of the charlotte Wynters player. wh6 have been ottering high clas entertainment here all season at the lyceum theatre. - Dreams for Bale," a brilliant comedy-drama, will be the last show this season, Mr. Riley said. i Due to thlt fact there will be hosts of the friends and admirer ot Miss Wynter and her associate who have Ingratiated themselves Into the heart ot local theatre-goers, who will want to e them for the last time, tomor row night will be the last presentation. There baa already been an unusually large advance sale of tioket for today and . tomorrow' performances, and House Manager Dan Guggenheim advises all those who want to make eure of theoir seat to get them at once. It I understood that Mr. Guggenheim ha arranged for a number ot good road show to follow the dspar-ture of the Charlotte Wynter player, who It 1 rumored, will return here next season. "Dream for Sale," In add! Ion to belnga fast moving story that grips and holds you every minute that you are watching it, 1 a series ft unusual character atudte. Two In particular stand out prominently, "Anne," the heroine, who Is the daughter of an American millionaire and with all her sweetnesfl, ha absorbed some ot the undesirable phase of certain place In our life today: and "Jim," he boy who guv up college to wrencn future out ot the tall tree In the Main backwoods, and become a creature of strength, deep amotion, trong love and deep hatred, a man of red blood. Mies Charlotte Wynter brilliantly Interpret the role of "Anne." and Burton Mallory, the new leading man, ably enacts the role of "Jim." The author has made these two characters the central figures In a tense struggle between two powerful men, each determined to wipe the other out of existence. This grim determination runs as the note- "of a cello In an orchestra through the entire play. A. 8. W. are affiliated with ' the Now, was he not one a member ot that organization? I have been a member of every Organisation ' the silk workers had since 18S0, wltltbe exception of the I.' W. W... whlcb I refused to Join on' account of its un-American tactics, especially1 sabotage and I would be the last man to join the A. B. W. If it were In any I. WW. . Whq and what Is this wan Weber, that In -cxar-llk fashion 'has the power to say when his subject may-work or quit? There Is no on man who can dictate to me when 1 may work or quit unless, It be the bos when he pays me oft. There are good, bad and lndlffeient lu oil organizations. 7! ' it i liavo oouce.' we are a.l or- Mniaad for the protection of 6ur trade " families. .Yours for Junilyr--"""r, . AN. OLD RIBBON WEAVJSR "I. ' j. '- ' ' "' ''" '' ' " :"- y;' -v -fni w -- . A GUARANTEE OF.CsUfXLrrV SANALT has restored V" health to thousands SANALT , Tm ----,. -"E?att TXOPLE who for ytari have nf-fered from rhtmr t t 'am , wiiacri'ila,' severe cmsvoihi dKiuders s other ptfl Eh caxoed by faulty exai-ticsx d ttstc xzuttter froco. the lytton hare been brooght Ixk to health by SANALT, the Sensible Took. ' rrare's what one user of SAN ALT says: - "I hair for jmtt b ftfaraJ MJrar from Broeil (ttarrh mmd Torpid Lirer. Sent-lt pmt ta , La irfoUM ilmp) in t gmerl ' wty, tad I eta m? tfct tnrpfcl llrr, dliexdvw trouble! mmd U -lllsxl tils hr pfacdo-ily pmnj twtf horn m mhxt m tbotwuk ' tftmvat with 8lt.M Eycry dgy people bay SANALT bec t k rccaaaoaidtd by cthen h ha b-lpad but v wantTTja to try tbia wofKlorfd r' baOAkif tatbOidat ti oar txpm, Uy&ff , five ytw TREE ssurrphj oT SAKALT. s K W i SANALT fa not cathrc It la t gpl rWcoatrathre tode wkich by Vtly mnf kidney, liver od bowelg to ttonoal actkn frees the yt tent fmm acxmrnulated. poiaof, cle naee tod e&rkea the blood and ejvea atrenfth and tone to the whole body. olfffoW intuitu tea SANALT but tktrt'i at & tmUutgforyt mt Moore's Pharmacy, Neal D. Moore, 266 Union 'Avenue; ' Sykes' Pharmacy," 135 Market Street; Joseph L Kasiel, .455 . -Market Street. ' " ,. . ... : ; N X F RI T A V THRIFT JL- . :: WONnERS! C5CLL5 FOR LPOslX 337-339 MAIN ST. PAtEafiOKKJ. On SaJ Today, 10 to 11 A. M; Men's $1.29 White B-lbrigan Union Suits Made short sleeve style, knee lenght. extra good quality; all size ...S 78c $3.98 A-WWool Poiret Twill The prevalUag fa brio for stylish suits and dress; 6 loons wide; extra fin weave, (ponged and hrunk; aualltv must b to be appreciated. Tard 2.84 . New $1.59 Spring Shirts Well kn meksa. ft eeier stripe prosl a madras. In bis leatlon et nw prlns ptliarns, plenty ot eheloe, trom 14 te 17; extrstrdlasry value, . 1.00 Men's 2.00 ; Pongee Pajamas Made In tan, pink. , light blue, hello and white, trimmed with silk frogs. 1.39 2.25 Imperial French Serge Sf Inches wide, quality mast be sten tO be appreciated, yard. 1.54 1.98 Imported Tan Pongee IS lnohes wide, fine even weave, tor ohlldrens dreases, gultnp, te., yard, 1.17 Misses' $2.50 Rain Capes Heavy, rubberized rain cap ma terial, mad lit navy and red; lzes 4 to 10 years cap ma 99c 69o Ramie Linen 20 new spring shads for selection, Belfast.' linen finish, yard 44c Bungalow, . Aprons ' Kzctllsnt Mlsctioa ot bouM 4rSM ttyt. flit eolor lBVlms and parcalfa. In bis variety, cholc 89c Princess Aprons ' Made of fast color atr'lpe percale, with shoulder straps, formatting. 50c 45c Imported Dress Gingham Over J(M stylet ot pin cnacka, plaids, and tancy novalty ctatoka, all (aat color, yard, 33c. - 1.25 Imported potted Swisses , , Fin ! IB I a J I a 8pr1e hades, with eon. oontraatln eolor nbroldered dot a yard, r- 94c Women's 79c Union Suits Fine, wlflte J Isle, woll-known makes, made band' top, sleeveless style, tight and shell 'knee. regular and extra size. 50c 69c "Silk Tissues A distinct novelty for aummer dresses. In plaids, check and oVtr- plalds. Interwoven with satin "stripes, yard ....... ana wnr 57c P. N.&ty.B. Corsets r i Regular 1.50 naw spring model corset. Iq AVsti r while, with starter attach tnonts. . l.od v ' Bilk Hosiery ; Best brands. In black and Spring colorings; fixni scam back. ' 155 ' Men's $1-50 Outing Shirts Tan, whlte.and' gray cotton pongee, with "lay-down collar. ; 97c Bora' Fast Color Wash , Suits , Oliver -Twist atyl. md - Wlta whin tops and con-traat-m aolor panta, laoa to . . 1.00 , Onyx Double Wear Hosiery 37c .-, Men's and- women's lislo stockings .wltU llnott heeir and "tot; regular 60o- quality; black and alt colors "'. 98c Egyptian Paixiey Novelties g colors 54 c Bla variety In -leading; colors; King Tut dlcns; extra b-g value. $1.00 Bed Sheets m. 10 ton r7A M.. eaoh ...... iJQ yard !..;.. Mad of good, Una, bleached muslin with centra seam and wide hem. 10 to 11 A, 85o Holland, Window Shades - Eoru, green and while; . complete with fixtures, 10 to 11 mm M 55c 29o Balls Fleischer's Knitting Wool 3-ounce balls; quantity limited, 10 to 4 n a. m. M l lc Men's 85o Union' ; Suits On) t to a customer; mad ot pin check nainsook, athletlo style, all ales, 10 to 11 a. M. ; . I- . $1.00 Wool Berg . Leading spring ' shade for uits and elreeaes. 10 to 11 A. M. yard '$1.50 Rag Eugs ' New ; coloring, big variety; sis 17j$, 10 to 11 ' , . OT-' - t. ........ Of C - 50c Drapery r ' "" Cretonne . ' 31 inch' wide; -tapestry pattern, in big . variety, 10 to , OR 11 A. M, yard .... LoC , 60c XcruArt Linen . IS inches wide; . all pur . linen; . quantity ' limited. 10 to Oft. 1UA. yard . ... $li4 Pure Linen . . SO Inches ' wide, " fine Imported quality. for -tnUlo'oliUhs,. fancy uork, etc.. 10 to II TO. A. M-.,kyiiM 7C 50c

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