A rare gatherinp of little priced fashionables for Saturday
choosing, affording an opportunity of possessing fault
less fashioned outerwear at prices delightfully low.
LADIES' AND MISSES' SUITS? A Satur
day special offering ? this lot is composed
of sample suits, values of which a f" A
are 3.00 to 5.00 more; Venetians, a H I
broadcloths, cheviots, mixtures, 1 U U
LADIES' AND MISSES' JACKETS? Tlje
quality of covert we use in this special
number is as good and better p C A
than some we have seen at 7.50 ^ 1 1
Best tailor finish, good linings, w ? w U
LADIES' SILK COATS? Monte Carlo
style, of excellent peau de soie, cape effect,
and stole front, tastily edged with silk
braid, black satin lining; an ex- A /\ ft
elusive garment and exception- A U X
ally stylish one w ? w w
BEAUMFUL DRESS SKIRTS ? Man tail
ored, and without doubt, the best assortment of skirts ? r)
in the city; cheviots, etamines, canvas or voiles, trimmed JX IJ X
with ornaments, bands of tafeta, or self tucked V 1/
Another Saturday Stocking Event? Surprisingly Little Prices on
Good, Reliable Hosiery? Another Money-in-the-Pocket
Opportunity for Wise, Saturday Buyers.
CHILDREN'S HOSE ? We claim this one of the best values shown,
spring weight, black cotton hose, full fashioned and ? a 1 /_
made of superior quality yarn; made to sell at 19c pair, I 7 /2 b
all sizes, while they last ? ?
CHILDREN'S HOSE ? Fine lace lisle hose warranted
stainless, sizes 6 to 8^,
while they last
LADIES' HOSE ? Fifty dozen, fine quality fast black cot
ton hose, high spliced heel and double sole, colors guaran
teed perfect, extra value; while they last, Saturday, pair,
LADIES' HOSE-The balance, no
more to be had at the price, | A ?
black lace hose, double soles, I M ?
25c values * "
Splendid Assortment of Men's Fur
nishings?Two Sample Values.
MEN'S SHIRTS-Stiff bosom or the
negligee style, plaited fronts, f) A ?
fit equal to custom m ul e,wel U MC
worth 1.50, our price U V
MEN'S AND BOYS' NECKWEAR ?
All made of short lengths of A f .
the regular 50c silk, in nil the J K C
latest shapes; here, special, at ? U
Telephone Call 108. 7
[REYNOLDS C HANSON,
_ 128 ? 130 SMITH STREET. PERTH AMBOY.
t. Dead and living
and friends fully de
Full names given. I
fll at a glance every patron
they come to find out,
facts and dates at every
j; all about your future
or wife. Satisfaction J
Jred or no charge. 9 a. m.
10 p. m. Fee 50c, $1.00.
I men who have made the largest
aes in business are those who
been the most extensive adver
Jftler Trans. Go.
Offices: 31 Broadway*
TP WAY FREIGHT.
Pier 6, North River,
Leave PERTH AMBOY, 1 2 noon. |
Are You Looking for j
If so, here is your chance :
6 8? 10
Win. HJcCoaict 1
Manufacturers' Harness Sale.
Buggy H'rness, nickel or Davis rubber, 11.93
Surry Harness, nickel hameg, patent leather
collar, 15.98; Kond Harness, Kay ruddle, genuine
rubber, 22.E0; Runabout Harness, -^wiss breast
collar, 24.98; Double side breeching strop Har
ne s, 1U Inch trace", 24. 98: Djuble tvucW Har
ness, Boston backers, 39.98; Single truck Har
ness, 24.98 Expre?s Harness, 18 98
Call or write for prices, at once. C. O. D.
mail orders promptly flll?d,
Wm. J. Aschenbach's Sons,
70 Market St., Newark, X. J. i
Italian War Ship* and People Greet
NAPLES, April 24,-The Duke of
Abruzzi, the German princes and the
Duke of Braganza greeted King Ed
ward on board the Victoria and Al
bert. A military delegation, headed
by General I'edotti, welcomed the
British sovereign in the name of the
king of Italy.
All Naples and the war ships in the
harbor were illuminated, and the gala
performance at the opera was attended
by the queen of Portugal, the Portu
guese and the German princes and the
officers of both squadrons.
A new becoming style and a
decided Bargain. The actual
value is $11.00. These haud
Home Suits are made of flue
Venetian cloth, in black, blue
aud castor collarless Eton with
stitched postilion back t.rimroed
with braid, large
pouch sleeves, at
The NEW CLOAK STORE.
351 State St.
Near Fayettie St.
(fob red ?$resse$
Made of fancy striped peroales,
full Russian blouse suits in blue and
garnet, polka dot duck, also fancy
dresses with white P. K. yokes and
iare trimmed, 4 to 14 years, regular
1.25 value, for Saturday, at 93c
Made of wool cheviot, in dark
mixtures, also plain blue, strongly
made, with patent waistbaud, 4 to 15,
special, at 44c
'ibboit Sty dial
All silk fancy tafeta ribbons.
3 J inches wide, in a Urge variety of
colors, value 15c to 18c, special, at,
Fine cotton, fast black or tan,
double sole and spliced heel and toe,
value 15c, for Saturday only, thrp?
pair for 25c
400 State Street
To Give An Opera.
The Hungarian Amateur Society
will give the opera "Samy-Goldstein,
The new Citizen of Bnda Pest, " in
Colombia Hall, State Street, Tuesday
evening, April 28. The manager of
the affair will be' Paul Juhasz. Wil
helm F ren will be the musical director.
Good, Better. Best.
One Telephone is Good, would two
be better. If so, then three would be
best. Three telephones would be
rather a nuisance, wouldn't they?
Annual Meeting Of Stockholders.
Office of New York ane Lonsr Branch
Railroad Co. /
New York C i)g/, April 6th, 1908.
Nettce Hereby given that the
Annual meetine of the stockholders
of the New York and Long Branch
Railroad Company, will be held at
the principal office of the Company at
Jersey Citv, on Monday, the fourth
day of May, next, at twelve o'clock
noon, for business that may properly
oome before the meeting.
G. O. WATERMAN, Secretary.
2865-4-6 & 3t o. e. w.
Advertising is the life of trade.
RECOUNT IS DELAYED.
Justice Fort Has Not Seen Cranbury Bal
lots Which Are Disputed.
There seems to be some mystery
about the reoent reoonnt conducted by
the County Board of Eleotions iu
Cranbury to determine as to the eleo
tion of the Township Committeeman
in which the defeated candidate, A. S.
Cole, contested the election. He was
beaten by John B. Wyckoff by one
vote. At the recount sixteen disputed
ballots were laid aside for insDecrion
by Justice Fort and upon his deoision
the election would be finally deter
Justice Fort said yesterday that he
had not as yet seen the ballots or
heard anything about the fact that
sixteen had been disputed. He seem
ed surprised that the matter had not
been brought to his attention and said
the people of the township were en
titled to a decision in the matter. He
was ready to decide the matter at any
time and could readily dispose if it at
any noon recess in a very short time.
LONG SHORE NEWS
The schooner Susan Stetson arrived
from New York yesterday.
The schooner Florence & Lillian,
Gantain Kendall, sailed for Belfast
The schooner Annie P. Chase, Cap
tain Ellis, sailed for Bangor yester
The tugs Maple and Luther C. Ward
arrived in port with light tows and
departed at once with others loaded
The schooner John J. Perry sailed
for Rockland yesterday.
The steam pilot boats New York
and New Jersey are expected to arrive
at the yards of the Perth Amboy dry
dock for a thorough overhauling in
the near future. ,'J
? a. 6 ? ?
The schooner Henry Whitney sailed
for Belfast yesterday.
The Real Value.
The value of Telephone Service is
in the number of persons it reaches.
Heavier Engine Here.
Work in the local yards of the Cen
tral Railroad of New Jersey has be
come so very heavy within the last
few months that it has become neces
sary to send the small engine, No.
178, to Jersey Citv, and No. 336, the
heavy "hog," is now at work here.
AM BOY, N.J
ISO SMITH ST.
Low Shoes are the great feature of this season's foot
wear for Men and Women. We are fully prepared to meet
all wishes. We haVe the smartest styles that have been
brought to this town, and they are in many handsome
shapes, with the high heels now so popular.
Salz & Steiner's Saturday
If you want to know who the farsighted and forehanded
Folks in this community are come to our store and meet them..
And if you come early in the morning, as we strongly suggest,
you can see the wisest of them by glancing in the mirror.
WE OFFER ON TO-MORROW
One lot of beautiful Silk Wai8ts, in all shades, value
One lot of Newest Belts, latest effects, value 50 and
75c, (drummers' samples, you know) at. .... . . 25c and 19c
One lot of Chatelain Bans, in many leathers, fitted
' with smelling salts bottle, mirror, purse, etc., value
One lot of Imported Linen Handkerchiefs, fine sheer
quality, value 25c, at
One lot of Guaranteed Kid Gloves, all shades, value
I,25> at 98c
One lot of Men's Madras Shirts, pleated bosom, regu
lar 1.50 value, at ygc
166 Smith Street. Cor. Madison Ave., Near the New Library.
PERTH .^.a^BOTT. 3ST. J".
Guests From The West.
Jeppe Sondergaard, of State street,
went to Jersey City yesterday after
noon to meet his oousin, Miss Minnie
Wachtman and Miss Foster, who
arrived from Spokane, Washington.
Thev will spend a few weeks with
Mr. Sondergaard, and take a three
month's trip through Enrope.
Fanoy Madrases, in strips dots
and scrolls, value 19c. yd., 15o.
Wliite Cheviots, Oxfords and
fancy Madrases, value 29c yd., 19c
Wliite Basket Weaves, 19c to
Wliite M rcerized Damask, the
latpsi lor Shire Waist Suits, 25c
t?? 39c yd ,
We make a specialty of Men's
Shirts, each time striving to do
better than before. A. shirt doing
Dollar dyty, 90 styles to select
from, 49 o.
The RELIANCE, the new Bow
just out. H?ve you seen it ? 25c
72 Smith St., Perth Amboy.
Dealer in ?*"?
Choice Family Groceries
Fresh stock constantly received
Oor. Pro*p?wt And Smith HI*
THE WELL DRESSED
Has his suits made to order
by an experienced tailor.
83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, |
give* his customers the best look,
and the largest variety of new
spring suitings to select from.
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WANTED-PRESSERS. Apply "in
person at the Atlantic Terra Ootta
LABORERS WANTED. Apply At
lantic Terra Cotta Co. Tottenville,
S. I. 2003-2-21 -tf
FOR RENT? A carpenter 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 Hallaveune. Enqnire
Mrs. Bolerup, 257 New Brnnswiok
FOR SALE ? High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Seoond 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 fnr In
fant and young Child. Good Wages. Ap
ply Mr. A. J. Rossi, 71 Lewis st.
BOARDERS WANTED? A few more
boarders wanted at the Bluff Cot
tage, 89 Water street. 2504-4-21 -12t
ORANGE ICE, VANILLA, straw
berry, chocolate and neapolitan,
only 10o per plate at Raymonds, 136
Smith street. 4-21-tf
TO RENT? HOUSE 9 rooms and attic,
Washington street. ' To one or two
families. Esberg, 9 Water street.
TO LET-FURNISHED room, all
modern improvements. 66 Market
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, 136 Smith street.
"FIVE ROOM HOUSE for sale. Will
exchange for city lots. S. Rechnit
zer, New Brunswick avenue.
FOR SALE? COWS, Cows, Cows re
ceived Tuesday, April 24th, a choice
oarload of fresh cows and springers;
for sale or exchange at the lowest
market priced at Gus Lewis's stables,
445 18th Avenue, Newark, N. J.
ICE BOX FOR SALE, suitable for
hotel use. Enquire 257 New Bruns
wick avenue. 2541-4-24-2
MONEY TO LOAN on bond and mort
gage. Apply J. A. B. Republican
office. I 2306-3-30-1 mo. e.o.d.
SIX ROOMS TO LET on Grant street
Enquire 73 Coinmeice street.
WOMAN WANTS washing and iron
ing by the week or piece. 110 South
Second street. 2546-4-24-1
W ANTED? BRIGHT YOUNG man
for office, must be good penman,
quick and acourate at figures. G. H.
W. Box. , Evening News.
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?"Just As Easy
? to get into the habit of coming _
ito this store as to skip around |
i from place to place, and a great 1
1 1 deal safer. We are always heref
| ? -always ready to makeevery-f
thing pleasafit and satisfactory!
| for our customers, and the of- 1
i tener you come the more mone |
( you'll save.
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I Special for I
1 SATURDAY: *
1 Creamery 00 ft.
?Butter, lb, LUlli
Uc- SPECIALS "4c j
1 Can of Baked Beans 4c I
| Box of Oil Sardines 4c|
I Bottle pf Mustard 4c g
| Box of Cooper's Gelatine. . . -4c^
I Pound of Barley 4c I
| Pound of Sago" 4cf
| Pound of California Prunes. 4c?
Eavenson's Naptha-Borax. |
| A pure white soap, made with |"
? odorless naptha and refined ?
| borax; a perfect cleanser; pow-f
| erless to harm the most delicate f
? fabrics or injure the skin; E.|
1 Franco- American Soups,
j! Potted Beef,
' Blue Front. I
132 SMITH ST.
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
General and Special Machine ; Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
KMSE? & BUB.
in any quantity
at the Lowest
Yard; New Brunswick Ave., and
Leblgh Valley Crossing.
Tel. 51. Perth Am boy, N.J.
T MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
handling scrap boilers; also
wrecks from fires. Correspon
106 South 2d St, *
Navel Oranges, Jamaica's, Florida's and
Western Apples at
" JAKE'S" FRUIT STORE,
Cor. Smith and State Sts., op. Howl central
NELS CHRIST EN SBN
Practical Home-Shoer and Wagon Builder
Wheelwright and General Blacksmith' Side
walk Grates, Anchors and Builders Blacksmlth
ing a specialty. !71 New Brunjwlok Are.
I PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
Ladies and Gentlemen: I have
many beautiful articles left from the 1
? watches, Diamonds, Kings, which I oi
sell at very low prices. All goods guaran
L. Perelman, 386 State
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Foley's Money w Tar
cold*, prevents pamumoaim
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