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i i We're At TtASafn This Week With a bright array of New Spring Goods at closest selling prices because we bought closest. You can easily afford the newest and best if you buy here. Come and choose while there is plenty. Particular attention is asked to these departments. SILKS, DRESS GOODS, I SPRING WASH GOODS. ? i Black Dress Goods? 24 inches wide, a perfect silk in weave, dye and finish; wear guaranteed regular 1.00 sp'l per yard 75c Black Dress Taffeta? 19 inches wide, wear guaran teed, very special, the vard..50c Tweed Suiting? Double width, a great variety of the newest effects, reproductions of high-class Scotch Tweeds also original designs, special the yard 49c French Nun's Veiling? 40 inches wide all wool, all the new shades, the yard 50c Fine Dimities? 50 pieces ? of fine quality Dimities in ? all this seasons effects;; com * prising striped, floral and . polka dot designs on white *,sblack or tinted grounds, the ,?yard i2^c t?7i J Black Peau De Soie? 24 inch, doubled faced Peau de Soie; in a perfect black, an excellent dress silk, usually retailed at 1 25 special the yard 1.00 ? S Wash S Iks? A full line of corded wash silks for shirt waists the yard 35c S Fine Et?mines? 40 inches wide, a fine sheer crisp cloth beautifully lustrous, all the new Spring Shades includ ing black, the yard 59c 8' Crape De Paris? 46 inches wide, in the newest shades fine French make the yard. . 75c Imported Mercerized Mad ras ? Another lot just re ceived of this most desirable fabric, in various patterns worth up to 50c very special at 29c Telephone Call 108. A REYNOLDS & HANSON ' ft &?s ? Smith St., Perth Amboy. MEDIUM DEVOIS ? Greatest Living Clairovyant. Dead and living relatives and friends fully de scribed. Full nanies given. I will tell at a glance every patron what they come to find out, tests, facts and dates at every sitting; all about your future husband or wife. Satisfaction assured or no charge. 9 a. m. until 10 p. m. Fee 50c, $1.00. 212 High Street. The men who have made the largest fortunes in business are those who have been the most extensive adver tisers Tide-Water Trans. Co. Executive Offices: 31 Broadway; NEW YORK, AMBOY AND WAY FREIGHT. Pier 6, North River. Leave PERTH AMBOY, 1 2 noon. Telephone Connection. ?isiiiii Are You Looking for A BARGAIN? Garden AT 6? 8? 10 PER FOOT. 82 SMITH ST. Perth Amboy, New Jersey ! BaBSIMMBIIMIIHIMaSMMtlBUMIIIIIBlI r. ALL THE BEST J ===== r IN THE LINE OF BOARD At... CLOSSONS Raritan Restaurant ISO SMITH STREET. ^ Damage to Iowa Not Serious. PENSACOLA, Fla., April 28.?' The damage to the steering gear of .the bat tle ship Iowa in the gulf by the burst ing of one of the steam pipes does not seem to be as serious as was reported at first, and the injuries can be re paired at the local navy yard within a few days. The cause of the mishap has not yet been determined, but it probably was a leak in one of the pipes. The sailing of the squadron has been postponed several days. Syracuse Defeats Williams. SYRACUSE, X. Y., April 23,-Syra cuse university defeated Williams col lege on the diamond by 7 runs to 2. Williams scored in the first inning only. Jack Root Beats Kid McCoy. DETROIT, Mich., April 28. -Jack Root was given the decision over Kid McCoy at the end of the tenth round. Sunday Freights Unlawful. ROANOKE, Va., April 23. ? Judge Moffatt in the Roanoke county court at Salem in eight cases iu which the Nor folk and Western railway was convict ed some time ago before a migistrate's court of unlawfully running freight trains on the Sabbath fined the road $50 and costs in each case. Morln ltnly'N Foreign Minister. ROME. April 23.? King Victor Em manuel has signed decrees appointing! Vice Admiral Morin, minister of ma rine. to the post of minister of foreign affairs to succeed Signor Prinetti. who resigned on account of ill health, and making Admiral Bettolo minister of marine. Earthquake at Guayaquil. GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador, April 23.? Two earthquake shocks were felt here. The first was slight and the second heavier. Fortunate in One Way. "There was the prettiest girl at the charity bazaar last night who was | selling kisses at a dollar each." "Well?" "Well, I was broke, and she wouldn't) do a credit business. What do you [ think of that?" . . "I think that some men are born! financially lucky." ? Chicago Post. 8 _ The greatest opportunity to buy very fine mercerised <%;ibh Jpn?/ below value, that has oc* curred for some time. "Full bleached Table ?a= masic, OS inches wide, a cloth ?well worth 75c yard, very special, at ~ 45c 72=inch Table ?arnask, si^ustrian linen, the ,$100 grade, at 75c For THURSDAY. Bleached %i?"t ?owfl? hemstitched, red and blue border, knotted fringe, 18c values, at eac^ Greenbaum's Department Store 400 State Street New Consul General at Havana. HAVANA. April 23.? Frank M. Stein hart, the new American consul gen eral. has received his exequirtor from President Palma and has assumed his duties. He says that he does not con template any changes among his sub ordinates at present. Ttvo Killed In Navy Yard. NEW YORK, April 28.? Elmer Baud caudire, a laborer, and Patrick McCar thy, coal passer on the United States receiving ship Columbia, were killed at the Cob dock of the Brooklyn navy yard by similar accidents happening four hours apart. Each was crushed by the fall of an iron beam which was being hoisted from the dock. Edwnrd En Route to Niiplea. SYRACUSE. Sicily. April 23.-King Edward left here for Naples on board the royal yacht Victoria and Albert. His majesty will make a short stop at Messina. The yacht was escorted by four battle ships and two torpedo boat destroyers. Women's Spring Suits, 7.95 A new becoming style and a decided Baiyain. The actual value is $11.00. These hand some Suits are made of tine Venetian cloth, in black, blue and castor collarless Eton with stitched postilion back trimmed with braid, large "f II C pouch sleeves, at I'WV Flip Lew The NEW CLOAK STORE. 351 State St. Near Fayette St. nQ* LOCAL ITEMS. Miohael F6nlon, of Market street, has resigoed his position as storekeep er at the Perth Amboy Dry Docks. Miss Anna Anderson, who has been visiting Perth Amboy friends, has re turned to her home in Jersey City. Her sister, Miss Katherine Anderson, is now a visitor in town. Mel Lanning, who for some time has been employed as assistant to N. W. Pierce, the purohasing agent at the Raritan Copp?r Works, has hand ed in his resignation to take effect Saturday evening. He will be suc ceeded by William Humphries, ^Ir. Humphries' place being filled by Will iam Martin, of Smith street, a recent graduate of Coleman Business College, of Newark. Miss Inger Hansen, of Troy, N. Y., is spending a few days with Mr. T. Ernst, of Division street, preparatory to going to Denmark, where she will spend the summer months. Frederick Martin is making a num ber of improvements about his house on Gordon street. R. F. Smith, of State street, has purchased a new house. The Raritan Traction Company em ployees will hold their first grand annual ball in Wilder Hall tonight. Junior B. Y. P. U. Society of the Baptist Church meets Friday at 4 o'clock. John M. Bray, of Fairhaven, N. J., has taken up his residence at 188 State street. Mr. Bray is well known in the horse shoeing business and will be associated with Mr. Rechnitzer in his business on New Brunswick avenue. LONG SHORE NEWS The vessel Madagascar, Captain Wood from South Amboy, for Lubeo, put into Vineyard Haven yesterday and reported while off Cuttyhunk, a heavy squall carried away main cross trees and trestle trees. She is making temporary repairs, upon the comple tion of which she will proceed to her destination. o The schooner Lugano was floated last night. A diver made an examina tion yesterday and found part of the lower keel started and oakum out of the garboard seam. She will be re paired, take on the part of her oargo taken out and proceed under sail. The Lugano was bound from Port Reading to Hallowell. EXCISE MINUTES. | Special meeting of the Board of Ex cise of the City of Perth Amboy, N. J. , held Wednesday evening, April 22, 1908. Present ? Commissioners Mathiasen, Galvin, Fullerton. The following applications for re newal: Mike Stumps, 103 Cortlandt street; John Bogdan, 535 State street, Nic Toft, 187 Smith street; Thomas McCollom, 327 State street; Ezra Sweet, 26 New Brunswick avenue; were read and on ballot granted. The following applications for beer bottling : Ove Poulsen, 180 Elm street ; Jacob Wurgler, New Brunswick road; Joseph Massopust, 8 Wayne street; were read and on ballot granted. Application of Jacob Jacobsen for a transfer to John Johnson, corner Elm and New Brunswick avenue, was read and on ballot granted. Application of Joseph Laskowski, 659 State street, for beer bottling was read and under the rules laid over. On motion the Board adjourned. JOHN F. REILLEY, City Clerk. Real Estate advertising in the Even ing News brings results. The Evening News makes a special ty of real estate. POETS Tell us that the soul of a flower is its perfume. If this is true, we are certainly justified in calling The Elysian Perfumes "Bottled Souls" and would you believe that we are selling at 25c the same quality for which you pay 50c. in Drug Stores. SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE on FRIDAY with every 25c. Bottle. Ou.r Glove Stock; is the youngest in town, consequently the fresliost and brightest. We therefore can and do guarantee every pair we sell. We especially recommend "OUR PRIDE" GLOVES, values $1.25 and 99c. saleV sample silk waists was wouderful yesterday. We have now a few odd sizes which must be closed out. Hot a thing the matter with them, except the price is out. 166 Smith Street, Cor/Madison Ave., Near the New Library. amboy, 3sr. j. 7 ROOMS WITH TABLE BOARD AT THE ISLAND RESTAURANT F. T. BROWN, PROP. 33 SMITH STREET >1 El,H HJORNSEN Dealer in Choice Family Groceries, Provisions, Etc. Fresh stock constantly received Oor. Prospent and Smith Sts THE WELL DRESSED MAN ? Has his suits made to order by an experienced tailor. CHRIS. CHRISTOFFERSEN, 83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, gives his customers the best look, and the largest variety of new spring suitings to select from. ?? w au !9ii CENT-A-WORD WANTED? PRESSERS. Apply in person at the Atlantio Terra Gotta Co. 1726-2-9-tf. LABORERS WANTED. Apply At lantio Terra Ootta Co. Tottenville, S. I. 2003-2-21 -tf FOR RENT? A oarpenter shop and stable suitable for one horse, in the rear of 125 Brighton avenue. Enquire Republican office or 109 High street. FOR RENT? THREE rooms on sec ond floor, 181 Hall avenue. Enquire Mrs. Bolerup, 257 New Brunswick avenue. 3-24-tf FOR SALE? High Grade 10 horse power steam engine and boiler. Second hand. Excellent condition. Manufacturer, care of Evening News. 4-8-tf CANDIES MADE FRESH eveiy hour pure and wholesome at Raymond's, 136 Smith street. 4-21 -tf WANTED? An experienced Nurse for In fant and young Child. Good Wages. Ap ply Mr. A. J. Rossi, 71 Lewis st. 2456 4-16-t.f. BOARDERS WANTED? A few more boarders wanted at the Bluff Cot tage, 89 Water street. 2504-4-21-12t ORANGE IOE, VANILLA, straw berry, chocolate and neapolitan, only 10c per plate at Raymonds, 186 Smith street. 4-21-tf TO RENT? HOUSE 9 rooms and attic, Washington street. To one or two families. Esberg, 9 Water street. 2500-4-20- tf TO LET-FURNISHED room, all modern improvements. 66 Market street. 2053-4-20-5t WANTED ? TWO PUPIL nurses~at Hospital. Address Mrs. Bamber, Matron at Hospital. 2501-4-20-tf DELTCOUS TUTTI FRUTTI Bisque, or Pistachio, only 10c. per plate at Raymond's, 186 Smith street. 4-21-tf FIVE ROOM HOUSE for sale. Will exchange for oity lots. S. Reohnit zer, New Brunswick avenue. 2526 4-22-4 A LARGE STOCK of first class Flow er and Garden Seeds at Seaman's. 22S8-3-24-3t e w tf. FOiTsALE? COWS, Cows, Cows re ceived Tuesday, April 24th, a choice carload of fresh cows and springers; for sale or exchange at the lowest market prices at Gus Lewis's stables, 445 18th Avenue, Newark, N. J. 2533-4-23-2t YOUNG SCANDINAVIAN girl want ed. Enquire 126 Market street. 2535-4-23-1 ST. PAUL, Minn., April 23.? A pas senger wreck is reported on the Omaha road near Ellsworth. Wis. One person is believed to have been killed and tour fatally injured. IdealUm. But few would frown and few would weep Down here beneath God's azure dome If people always tried to keep Their company manners on at home. ?Chicago Record-Herald. A Pleasant Prospect. Mrs. Crawford ? She married a car penter. Mrs. Crabshaw ? Isn't that just love ly! Now she can have shelves put up whenever she wishes, without having to ask the landlord over and over again. ? Puck. Lowney'Si Chocolates D. V. RUSH'S 383 State Street Manufacturers' Harness Sale. Buggy H mess, nickel or Davis rubber, 11.9S Surry Harness, nickel hames. patent leather collar, 15.68; Road Harness, Kay saddle, genuine rubber, 22.60; Runabout Harness, wiss breast collar, 24.96; Double side breeching strap Har ne s, 1W inch traces, 24.98: Double truck Har ness, Huston backers, 89.98; Single truck Har ness, 84.96: Express Harness, 18 98 Call or write for prices, at once. C. O. D. mail orders promptly filled. Wri. J. Asohenbaoh's Sons, 70 Market St., Newark, N. J. Boston Store Lace Captains At 98c? Lace Curtains, value 1.25. At 1.25 > ? Lace Curtains, value 1.59. At I 50 ? Lace Curtains, value 1.98. At 2.C0 ? Lace Curtains, value 2.75. At 59c ? Ruffle Swiss Curtains value 79c. At 1.29 ? Ruffle Swiss Curtains value 1.49. At 1.29 ? Ruffle Net Curtains value 1.59. aSHSHSaHBSESHS25?-5HSHSH5aSHSa5HEic?SHSHSHSHSHSa? Wm. Murdoch, 72 Smith St., Perth Amboy. f If You Didn't Get a New Hat for Easter GET IT NOW ! You know where to go. i.H.HOPE&CO. 11 SMITH STREET Howard Hope. Sol. Rubenstein. SOLE AGENTS Hawes Celebrated $3 HATS X "^N ^*\ ' ''''. I Sale and Ex- 1 1 -I O i.LL I Thursday: 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. SOU R MOTTO? ft "Honesty is the Hest Policy." S 1 J. RABNOWITZ |f *^S .-sSS^ .vsKSJXy .v-SSS??.v<S?^ iSk PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone No. 8 Engineers, Founders Machinists. General and Special Machine ^Pattern Boiler and Blacksmith Work. 'i musts mi. Coal i" |||ood in any quanury at the Lowest Market Prices Yard; New Brunswick Ave., and Letiigh Valley Crossing. Tel. S 1 . Perth Amboy, N. J. T MAKE A SPECIALTY OF] handling scrap boilers ; also wrecks from fires. Correspon dence solicited HYMEN SHRAGOVITZ, 106 South 2d St. Navel Oranges, Jamaica's, Florida's and Western Apples at 4< JAKE'S" FRUIT STORE, Car. Smith and State Sts., op. Hotel Central NELS CHRISTENSEN Practical Horse-Shoer and Wagou Builder Wheelwright and General Blacksmith Side walk Grates,. Anchors and Builders Blacksmith ing a specialty. 171 New Brunswick Ave. I PERELMAN, Pawnbroker W~ Ladles and Gentlemen: 1 have a great many beautiful articles left from the last s>?|, J ? Watches. Diamonds, Kings, which I offer sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed represented. L. Perelman, 386 Stated Foley's Money gnd Tar ves colds. prevents