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lecials for a Bus? Seturflay
?1 means complete outfitting. / Consequently
Ted array of attractive values Yn our many de
partment. We have calculated to cater no every possible
need and to make each article incomp/arable in point of
merit in 1 value.
Children's Garments
In
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Childrens Reefers? Made of
all wool cloth, in double breastf
ed styles, large sailor collars,
trimmed with braid, sizes 2 to 16
years from 98c to 3.98
Childrens Silk Coats? Long,
3-4 and box coat styles made of
plain or two-toned taffeta ard
Peau de Soie Silks, new lace,
linen or silk collars; also collar
less styles, sizes 2 to 14 years
from 3. 98 to 7-98
Childrens White Dresser3?
Lawns, Organdies and dotted
Swiss, beautifully trimmed with
lace insertion, embroidery and
ribbon prices ranging from
98c to 3.98
Misses Suits? 14, 16 and 18
year sizes made of all wool
Knickerbocker Suiting, in brown
green, and blue, blouse collar
less Eton styles, lined with silk,
trimmed with satin piping and
ornaments at 9 50
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Women's
White Cheviot Waists? With
plaited front and back, full puff
sleeve at 98c
Covert Jackets ? Made of tan
all wool mannish covert coating
handsomely tailored, lap seams,
dip front, lined with silk at. 5.50
Silk Monte Carlo Coats
Made of Peau de Soie Silk, box
style in the popular collarless
model, with butterfly cape and
jitole^ont at 10.98
Garments
Dress Skirts ? In black chevio :
and cloths, trimmed with silk ?
bands in fancy effects at. . .4.98 5
Women's Suits ? Fine tailor s
made of imported Venetian cloth S
flare skirt very prettily trimmed, ?
good value at 13.50 at 10.50 5
Women's Suits? Of fine Eta- 1
mine, very stylish design, well ?
tailored, trimmed with finely ?
stitched taffeta and ornaments, S
lined with excellent taffeta at S
16.50 s
iUomen'j
Neck Boa3-- A liberty silk
made very full with long plaited
ends in black and black and
white from 98c to 4.98
Kid Gloves ? Our i.oo Gu/ves
have made a host of friends
among women who know gen
uine quality and appreciate it.
Gloves no better are sold at 1.50
every seasonable color 1.00
fixings
Fancy Neckwear? Stock col- jj
lar, effects with tab ends, sold ?
regular for 39c each. at. . . 25c ?
New Veiling ? Fancy or plain- S
ed meshes also the new dotted ?
effects, in black, navy, brown, S
green, grey and black and white ?
at 25c 5
Telephone Call 108.
REYNOLDS & HANSON
EASTER
You are naturally more
particular at this sea
son about every thing
you buy for personal
wear, but in no other
item of apparel is the
interest so keen as in
Shoes, as the weather
begins to grow warm.
Bruck's Shoes are de
signed for the most
c r i t i cal examination.
You must depend on
your own eyes for the
styles we displayed
during this week.
EPH BRUCK, lao
Smith Street
1 GB1HD BUHL MEAT MET,
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309 State Street, ^ 26 Hall Avenue.
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Something Dice for Dinner
There is no meat quite so good as our meat.
It is carefully selected from the best.
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fl Roast, fl Steak, Chops or Cutlets.
'Phone your order, and we will send the
meat to your home in a hurjy.
A fine Chuck Roast, 9c. Rpund Steak, 14c.
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Prime Ribs of Beef 12c and 14c.
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V FINE JERSEY yEAL AT LOWEST OF PRICES.
Regular HAms, the best, 14 i.2c.
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This is a Store for Men
As well an for
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
EASTER NEEDS FOR ALL
at a positive saving from ordinary
prices
Men's and Boys' Clothing and
Furnishings for Easter and Spring
The very best features of Clothing
manufactured are embodied in tbe
clothing we sell
MEN'S SUITS trom 9.00 to 15.00
Young Meu's Suits, black thibeti
very special, 14 to 20 yrs, at 4.00
Boys' blue and black Serge Suits.
(5 to 15 yrs., value 3.98 at 2.75
GLOVES FOR WOMEN
Two clasp, glace, all colors, black
and white, the $1 kind at 89c
"well Tailor Made Suits for Misses
and Ladies', all the very best
cloths and trimmings at 8.50
Children's Silk Coats
the rage of the season, 4 to 14 yrs.
latest effects, trom 3.98 to 12.00
Store Open To-night until 8 o'clock
firecnbaum's
Department Store
400 State Street
Tide-Water Trans. Co.
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway! ^
NEW YORK, AMBOY
AND WAY FREIGHT.
Pier 6, North River.
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Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon.
Telephone Connection.
nt 5eltzer,
Sanitary Plumber,
Gas Fitter, Tinsmith and Roofer.
95 Fayette Street, Perth Amboy, N. i.
Real Estate column page 2.
GOVERNOR MURPHY ~
SIGNED 132 BILLS.:
Child Labor Law Is Approved But
Bill Prohibiting Use of American
Flag For Advertising Vetoed.
Trenton, April 10. ? Gov. Murphy
approved today 182 bills passed by the
recent Legislature and vetoed 11.
Among the bills vetoed were those
providing for a register of deeds for
Union County; prohibiting'the'use of
the American flag for commercial pur
poses, vetoed because of a defect in
the title, and preventing 'the sale of
cigarettes to boys.
Among the bills "approved ^were the
railroad codification bill and that
appropriating $80,000 to Rutgers Col
lege, the amount due for free scholar
ships oreated under an act of the Leg
islature.
Approval was also given to these
measures :
The Jersey City Excise bill, author
izing the use of voting machines, fix
ing September 22 as special election
day to vote on the Constitutional
amendment, ratifying the action of
the special commission on boundary
between New Jersey and Delaware;
the Child Labor bill, preventing the
employment of ohildren under four
teen years of age in factories ; the bill
revising the tax laws of the State,
revising the building and loan laws,
providing special courts in oounties
for juvenile offenders, permitting gas
companies to convey gas from one
municipality to another, providing
for a special commission to report
next year a bill for the regulation of
tenement houses.
The Governor still has about forty
bills in his hands, among which are
the appropriation bills.
Chickens On a Hat.
J. Kreielsheimer has a novelty as
an Easter show in one of his windows.
It is a hat trimmed with chiokens.
Mr. Kreielsheimer is always thinking
of something to attract attention.
Will Hold Cake Sale.
The ladies auxiliary of tlie Perth
Ambov Hospital will hold a cake
biscuit and bread sale Saturday the
11th inst. , in the Palmer building, 106
Smith street.
Hings
RINGS
Gentlemen's and Ladies' Rings in the Largest Variety
A'so Engagement, Wedding, Misses' and Children's Rings
L. KREIELSHEIMER
122 Smith Street
Perth Amboy
1 Our millinery Display * * V
is still attracting attention. We liave added to our line of
elegant trimmed Hats. fc<onie are copies of Paris Model
Hats, imported for this season's wear, no two alike and all
original designs.
Tailor Made Hats a"d ?olor8'
firs. n. S. SOUTHWICK,
399 STATE STREET.
Extra! Extra!
"Necessity" may "be theft
mother of invention " and com
petitiou the lifd of the trade," but
Confidence is the coiner stone of
our business foundation. We have
made ou restore the soul of reliabil
ity ? the bed rocsk of low prices ?
the home of honest dealings. Here
i? the proof. \
A record of Thirty-four Years. A
word about our Kaal what am. We
have plenty of It, don't be caught
napping.
Win. H. McCo
82 SMITH STREET
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The New...
Cloak Store
NOVELTIES IN
?adief <?>hirf$.
New Ideas.
Nobby Styles.
Effects that are practical,
make our Spring showing
interesting to all women of
fashion. We aim to pro
duce only garments that are
stylish, serviceable, inex
pensive and perfect fitting.
Made of fine Broadcloth. Vene
tian Cloth and Serge, in Black,
Blue, Brown and Castor; prices
ranging 2.95 to 9.95
flip Lew
Formerly Kramer & Levine
351 State St.
Near Fayette St.
Boston Jtore
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...Specials for Easter...
Ready to wear suits
Made of the choiced fabrics, hand
somely trimmed arfd man tailored.
Their real value $15 00 to $24.00
Our price 910.49 $16.00
Gloves
A better assortment of the best
grade* cannot be seen. Every new
shade included. A good $1.25 Glove
for $1.00
Hoserey
Every thing that is new in Ladies :
Hose at from 12$c to 75c
Neckwear
Our line of ladies neckwear includes
all that is new & dainty everything
you waL,t is here at from 5c to $4.00
Perfumes
Colgate's JVrfumeR sold every where
at not less than 25c oz. Special for
Saturday only 19c.
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Wm. Murdoch,
72 Smith St., Perth Amboy.
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LOCAL ITEMS.
Policeman Jensen is in New Bruns
wiok today at the trial of Strieker vs.
Raritan Traction Company.
Mrs. Walter Rechnitzer and family,
of 120 Market street, pre spending the
week with relatives in Jersey City.
F. W. Kinsey and wife, who have
been visiting relatives in town for the
last few months, left for their home
in Sonth Dakota Thursday.
Elwood Zigenfns, of Oak street,
will enter the employ of the C. Pardee
Works Monday. ,
Prof. Shall is in Newark todav
attending the meeting of the State
Board of Education.
J. H. Toft & Son, of State street,
are having a new awning put in front
o f their store.
Miss Gertrude McNnlty, of Morris
town, and Miss Rose McCormick, of
Barnard College, are spending their
Easter vacation at their home in this
/City.
Policeman Michael Burke, of Wash
ington street, who has been on the
Bick list for som6 time, is able to get
about with the aid of a cane.
James Donnelly is a New Brunswick
visitor today.
George Seaman, of High street, has
entered the employ of the Raritan
Copper Works in the maohine shop.
Thomas Johnson, of State street, is
home from his work at the Raritan
Copper Works, on acoonnt of illness.
Mrs. William Snydam, of 72 Jeffer
son street, who has been on the sick
list for some time, is about again.
H. Golden, of New Brunswick ave
nue, is enjoying a day's vacation from
his duties at the Standard Terra Cotta
Works today.
William Hilker, of South First
street, is an out of town visitor today.
South wick &>Grice jnst completed
the wiring of the Bloodgood building
on Smith street, now occupied by the
Pratt-Brown Company.
Frank Mead Jr., of Smith street, is
in Philadelphia taking a course in
watchmaking and engraving.
SALES LADIES- Wanted Saturday at the
5 & 10c Store. Apply To-day. Coons &
Co.
2426-4-10 It.
WANTED? MILLINERY helpers and
apprentices, steady work, good pay.
The Paris. 2428-4-10-1
FURNISHED ROOMS to let, all con
veniences. 56 New Brunswick ave
nue. _ . 2430-4-10-2t,
LONDON, April 10.? William Wal
dorf Astor has purchased Castle Hever,
near Seven Oaks. Kent. The castle,
which is said to be the birthplace of
Anne Boleyn, one of the wives of Hen
ry VIII. and whom lie had beheaded in
the tower of London, contains many
relics. The price paid was $185,000.
Fell Sixty Feet to HIh Death.
BUFFALO, April 10.? Burt Marlon,
a laborer, was dashed to death in a fall
of sixty feet from an iron girder on
the partially wrecked electric tower at
the Pan-American exposition grounds.
American Artlat Dead In Koine.
ROME, April 10.? Dwiglit Benton,
artist and journalist and formerly Unit
ed States consul general to Hawaii, is
dead here, aged sixty-nine years. He
was from Norwich. N. Y.
A CENTS WANTED for Dr.
Drummond's Lightning Remedies
for Rheumatism; restore stift joints,
drawn oords and hardened muscles. D6
soribe your case, take the agency and
secure treatment FREE. Drummond
Medicine Co., New York.
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
Machinists.
General and Special Machine Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
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| Our bargains tire mak- a
ing a hit all over the|
-city.
There's something for|
everyone who wants tos
save, but wants raref
quality at the samef
time. I
We watch what is be-|
ing sold, and see thatf
| our customers have the?
| best, always. ?
[Special for * j (
! SATURDAY: f
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Best Creamery
Butter, lb. 30c
Eggs, Western,
Fresh, doz. 1 5c|
1 Country Eggs, ?
Nearby, doz. 20C|
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Hams, Sugar
Cured, lb. 1 3 ^2 c|
Coffee... j
Here is one of the mostf
i successful blendings of Mocha ?
|and Java 'Coffee that has ever|
jbeen made ? a delicious, aroma- 1
tic, strengthening coffee that has |
no equal at the price, per pound, |
25 Cents. i
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Blue Front. ?
iJI&FJLSDORF.
132 SMITH ST.
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A. J. ANDERSON, J i
Agency for \ I
L Cleveland, Tribune, Wolff-American f |
Bibycles. Sold on easy terms. J "
368 8TATE STREET
5 Sale and Ex- 1
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'H oneaty is the Best Policy."
! J. RABNOWITZ
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KWSEB&B8D.
Coal *
Wood
in any quaumy
at the Lowest
Market Prices
Yard; New Brunswick Ave.* and
Lelitgh Valley Crossing
Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N. J.
ANTED.? Ten women to sort I
rags.
H. SHRAGOVITZ,
106-108 South 2d St.
Perth Amboy*
Navel Oranges, Jamaica's, Florida's and
Western Apples at
"JAKE'S" FRUIT STORE,
Cor. Smith and State Sts?op. Hotel Central
I PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
K^"Ladles and Gentlemen: I have a great
many beautiful articles left from the last gale
? Aatchea, Diamonds, Kings, which I offer to
se'l at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as
represented.
L. Perelman, 386 State St
NEL8 CHRI8TEN8EN
Practical Horse-Shoer and Wagon
Wheelwright and General Blacksmith
walk Grates, Anchors and Builders BlackSL
ing a specialty. 71 New Brunswick
Foley's Honey and Tar
?urea colds, prevents oneu<n*m*+

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