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? amain EVERY ITEM IN THE FOLLOWING S LIST. Every ono te Is a story of a [ marvellous saving of money, but one s day to buy them,? To-morrow BAR- j GAIN FRIDAY? So come if anyway [ possible, as we will have on sale many : equally as good bargains which do ; not appear in the following list 5 At 4c An odd lot of Ribbons good range of colors, worth up to 9c. I At 9c Silk Chiffon, 18 inches wide full line of colors, worth 1 5c. At 10c White and tan nainsook, stripe and check styles, worth up to 15c. At 7% c White Cambric 36 inches wide equal to any 10c cambric made. At 9c Large size Linen Huck Tow els, slightly soiled worth 12%. At 25c Carded Wash Silks, all colors, always sold at 39c. At 17c | Infants Lace Caps trimmed S with ribbon and ruching, value, 5 25c. At 4c ! m Ladies Lawn Handkerchiefs, hem stitched and lace trimmed, worth 8c. At 7c Box writing paper, ruled and unruled, 24 sheets paper and 24 envelopes, value 12c. At 8c Womens Swiss Ribbed Vests, neck trimmed, good value, at 12c At 39c | Childrens Straw Hats, ribbon S trimmed, regular price 50c At 75c I ? Ti A Small lot of childrens mull s Hats, worth up to $1.50. ?i Telephone Call 108. REYNOLDS & HANSON Smith St., Perth Amhoy. 1 nimm JACOB WEINBERG 102 SMITH STREET Special for Saturday, May 23rd WE WILL PLACE ON SALE Fifty pLAST^WS^ SUIts | * $5.50 | Sizes 31 to 42. Worth 10.00, 12.00 and 14.00. Your Clothing Pressed, Free of Charge. J. WEINBERG, Outfitter to Men and Boys, wmmmmm* mz. '??* tmm?mmm?mmmmm?m 102 Smith St, Perth Amboy* \ BOOBS S WITH TABLE BOABD AT THE ISLAND RESTAURANT F. T. BROWN, PROP. 33 SMITH STREET 397 STATE ~ Perth Anboy, Real estate! Read: special column on A Tide-Water Trans. Go. Exeoutive Offices: 31 Broadway. NEW YORK. AMBOY AND WAY FREIGHT. Pier 6, North River. Leave PERTH^ AMBOY, 12 noon Telephone Connection. o/ey s Money ana Tar mMa. iHrcj'-ftau paetitjwm* \ wqn ?OtVi\WQ? M\d ffaistings.. The daintiest wash fabrics, in cluding immense lines of lawns, swisses, dimities, chambraysand madras cloths, at prices which put any real rivalry out of the question. Dress Lawns, in neat designs, 32 inches wide, at 5c. Duck Suitings, plain colors and dotted, regularly sold at 10c, special at 8^C. Dotted Swiss, worth 15c, at 12c yard. Dress Ginghams, best make, stripes and checks, 12c values, at 8^C. Greenbaum's Department Store 400 $1 ate Street MADAM RIVELY. 61 Smith >t., Cor. High, Pierce.* t' atson lidg Hair Dressing, Shampooing. tfcalp treatment Manicuring and Massage* Hkillfullv done for Ladies at reasonable prices. Al o scalp treat ment. Manicunng and corn treatment for gen tlemen. NEWS IN 1815 AND NOW. The Itnttle of WaterJoo Wn* 5iot k Heard Of Till Six After It Uaa Foutilit. Leopold de Ilothschild, at a dinner of the Newspaper Press fund, drew an interestingcontrast between the meth ods used for transmitting news in 1?15 and now. His own firm claims to have been the first to announce the victory of Waterloo in England, says Country Life. By the by, there is a tradition at Somereby, where Tennyson was born and lived, that they did not hear of the battle of Waterloo there till six weeks after it was fought. Mr. Leopold de RothschiW, however, said that his grandfather, who was the owner of some ships, gave his captains direct orders that wherever they went they were always to bring him the lat est newspapers, and in this way there came into his hands a Dutch paper which contained the intelligence in one line. "Great victory of the English at Amsterdam." His grandfather took the news to Lord Liverpool, but was scouted be cause the intelligence had arrived on the previous day that the English troops had been beaten. If there is a Waterloo fought in the future, we wonder how the first intel ligence will reach London. Will it be by what we have come to regard as the somewhat prosaic cablegram? Will it be by telephone? Or shall we have it in a marconigram ? Perhaps there may be an invention before then that will render all these obsolete. Conniiiin <1 i 11 k 11 1'rem.inm. Miss Ann Teek? One of my great est treasures is a five-cent piece which was given to me brand new from the mint on my fifth birthday Miss Speitz? I suppose rare old coins like that do become very val uable.? Philade ipliia Press. VortDulUF, "An* me Cousin Delia's lost her place, an' we have her to take care av. The mistress discharged her for loightin' the foire wit' kerosene." "Faith! She was lucky to lose nothin' but her place." ? Puck. INVITATIONS ARE OUT. Miss Ida Pavovsky to Become the Bride of Henry Jacobs? Reception to Follow. Invitations have just been issued for the wedding of Miss Ida Pavlov skv, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pavlovsky, of State street, to Henry E. Jaoobs, of Brooklyn. The engagement of this popular young oouple was announoed last November when a grand reoeDtion was given in Braga Hall in their honor. The coming event which will take place in the Temple Beth Mordeoai, is looked forward ta with no little pleasure by their many friends as an other reception will be given in Wild er Hall immediately after the cere mony. TO EXPLORE MOUNT M'KINLEY American Bxplontiaa Party Will Go to Alaska. NEW YORK. May 21.? An expedl tion is being sent out under the aus pices of the Geographical society ol Philadelphia and the Arctic club 01 New York to explore Mount McKinley the highest peak in the Alaskan range estimated to be 20.400 feet in height. The expedition is to be in charge 01 Dr. Frederick A. Cook of Brooklyn who accompanied Peary on two of his arctic trips and the Belgian party ol their visit to the antarctic regions From here the party will go to Seattle thence bv the steamer Santa Ana to Toyonok^H^ook inlet. They will take supplies for three months, using pack horses. The party will have to travel somt 400 mtles cross country to Keechatna river, along that river through the Alas kan range to the Kuskowin river and by the foothills to Mount McKinley The object is to explore the mountain and the surrounding country, getting angles to give the topography of ths unexplored eastern range of the Alas kan mountains. CUBA'S BIRTHDAY. Celebration nt Hn vnnn? I'ulma Re views Hiji Troops. HAVANA, May 21.? Cuba's inde pendence (the first anniversary of the establishment of the Cuban republic) was celebrated yesterday with the il lumination of the fronts of the princi pal clubs, the sending up cf rockets and the screeching of steam whistles. In the morning business was com pletely suspended and the streets were thronged by thousands of people. President Palma, accompanied by the cabinet officers and city and pro vincial officials, drove to the Punta at 10 o'clock, preceded by mounted police, who opened a passage through thp great crowd gathered to see the presi dent. There was not much cheering, the people mostly standing open mouthed in silent admiration of the president. From the Malecon band stand the pres ident reviewed the members of the po lice and fire departments, who march ed past him, and then, accompanied by Secretary of State Zaldo, the president was driven up the Prado to the palace. At noon the guns of Cabanas fortress announced that exactly a year had elapsed since the birth of the Cuban republic. A review of the troops by President Palma followed. Miner* Strike at Bernice. WILKESBAURE, Pa., May 21.? The nonunion miners employed by the Sul livan State railroad at Bernice have struck for Jsetter wages. Board Mem bers Carne and Llewellyn of the Unit ed Mine Workers of America have gone to Bernice for the purpose of having the union men who struck some time ago reinstated by the pay ment of the wages originally demand ed. To Help Massacre Victims. NEW YORK, May 21.? Daniel Gug genheim, treasurer of the Kishineff re lief fund, sent $10,000 to the Alliance Israelite Universalle, Paris, by the | Ivernia of the Cunard line on Saturday ! and will ship a similar amount by La I Lorraffle today. Dr. Steven S. Wise | has telegraphed that the Jews of Port 1 land. Ore., are contributing $5,000. " We Give Red Star Trading Stamps TO-DAY STARTS OUR Reliance Sale . of Silk: Coats Why "Reliance?" Because you cau ''rely" on the STYLES being the HAND OMEST, QUALITY the BEST, and PRICES the LOW EST , of the season. They were purchased of a manufacturer who was ! ' going down." Our combination of Four Stores ?"saved him" from a financial disaster. You can buy them as follows providing you dou't wait till the last gong soui'ds : S8.00 coats at S?-4:?98 10.00 COATS AT 6.98 12.00 COATS AT 7.98 10.00 COATS AT > 9.98 OaIv 0 ap Smith StrGot snd |8II g piner, Madison Ave. ( LADIES SHIRT WAIST SUITS AT $2.50 Made of fine Lawn and Madras in tan and light colors with neat Stripes of Prevailing col lors. Six fullness of Pleats on Waist with tabs finish ed with Large Pearl Buttons, Skirt full flare sewed Gore at $2.50 vplue $3.25. Philip Levine. The New Cloak Store, 351 State Street, Near Fayette St. EASILY U NDER STOOD. Movements of the Lips as Pin i nil y Un derstnndnble to Deaf Mates as Spoken Words to Hearers. "You need not think you are always telephoning in secrecy," said a teacher in, the deaf mute college in this city, relates the Washington Star, "when you go in a booth and close the double doors after you, as I see people doing every day. I notice these people in their retreats in which they think ?their words are drowned from the outer world, talking often while they look on the people outside of the glass doors. "Now, do you know," he continued, "that every word that is so spoken is understood by a deaf mute whenever he sees what is going on under such conditions? That is a fact. The deaf mute becomes so proficient in learn ing to read the language of the lips that the motion is as expressive to him as is the sound of the human voice to other people. The next time you have a secret to impart-to some friend over a telephone in a public booth where people are watching you you should be careful to speak directly in ?the mouthpiece of the 'phone so that your secret be not given away to some who happen to /understand the lan guage of the lips." XELS BJORNSETS Dealer In Choice Family Groceries Provisions, Etc. Fresh stock constantly received rot. prospect and Smith ftta THE WELL DRESSED MAN ? Has tiis suits made to order | by an experienced tailor. CHRIS. CHRISTOFFERSEN, 83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, j gives his customers the best look, and the largest variety of new spring suitings to select from. ii w mm i CENT-A-WORD 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. Ice Cream Soda tickets, 6 for 25c at Ray mond's 136 Smith st. 5-20-tf. FOR SALE? High Grade 10 horse power steam engine and boiler. Second hand. Excellent condition. Manufacturer, care of Evening News. _ 4-8-tf A LARGE STOCK of first class Flow er and GaTden Seeds at Seaman's. 2233-3-24-3t e w tf. FOR SALE? NEW two and % horse power Rochester Marine eneine, $100. Dr. Tyrrell. 2024-2-25-tf Tutti Fruitti, Bisque, Pistachio and Lemon Ice 10c per plate at Raymoud's 136 mith st 5-20-t.f WANTED-A CANVASSER for spec ial newspaper work. Permanent position. Apply Island House Cafe. VIOLIN AND MANDOLIN. Oomne tent, reliable teacher wauts more uupils. Music furnished for all occa sions. Esberg, 9 Water street. 2660-5-7-tf An Active Sales Lady Wanted: for our Lace Department. Boston Store- 2792-5-20-tf FLAT TO LET ? Six rooms and bath. Good location. Address O. B. X. News office. 2748-5-15-tf BOAT FOR SALE? 16 foot skiff. 150 Smith street. 2782-5-19-tf PURE DISTILLED water at Seaman's Fountain. 2787-5-20-4t GIRL WANTED FOR housework at Raymond's, 186 Smith street. 5-20-tf STRONG BOY wanted at Raymond's. 186 Smith street. 5-20-tf THREE ROOMS TO let, small family. : i 128 Gordon street. 2801-5-2>lt . a ' Boston Store^ iw^'wanwia sHsasHsaaKSHsasasasHsasasasEsase Womans' Summer = Vests = Your choice of three Specials Any one of which is a Bar gain. They are just what is wanted for Summer W?ar It is to your benefit to take advantage of this Sale. Women's Vests of Ribbed Cotton. Fine grade, daintily trimmed. All sizes value 12% c. at 8c. Women's Vests Excellent quality. All styles and shapes. With sleeves and without, all sizes value 25c. at . . 15c. Women's Lisle Vests. Others would ask you 50c. You must see to be convinced at .39c. WM. Murdoch, 72 Smith St., Perth Amboy J. H. HOPE & CO. All the LATEST and MOST STYLISH IN Gents' furnishings. Our Hats are the talk of the town. Call and see them. J. H. HOPE & CO. 77 SMITH STREET Howard Hope. Sol. Rubrnstein. SOLE AGENTS Hawes KIATC Celebrated yO VlM I w V Harness Buy direct from Makers. Buggy harness Nick or Davis Rubber. ..,.11.93 Surre harness Collar add Hacies 15.98 Road harness Gen. Rub. Kay Saddle 84.48 Double Coupe harBess, Nickle 49.98 Double Coach harness, Nickle 59.98 Double Side Breeching strap harness. ... 24.98 Double ' rue*, harness Boston lia ke S....39 98 C. O. D. Mail orders filled Wm. J. Aschenbach's Sons, 70 Market St., Newark, N. J. j? ussy ,^?s.v- jfttKts- ..iw-^snv jgt^y ML <*55S?K,<Ss^V<aii?w .<SiS^ 1 Sale and Ex- 1 ' /fy *? I change Stabl3 1 | 299 NEW BRUNSWICK AVE. % 8 1 1 ' S A L E S Every Monday and H Thursday: 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. OU R MOTTO? m "Honesty is the l-eat Policy." | J. RABNOWITZ | PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone No. 8 Engineers, Founders Machinists. General and Special Machine ^ Pattern Boiler anH Blacksmith Wo'k. KinsEy &Bita. Coal aitf in any quannry ? at the (.owesi Wood Market Prices YHrd; New Brunswick Ave., anil Leiitgli Valley CroeBlnB. Tel. SI. Perth Ainboy, N. J. ICCXXXX^CC^CCCCCCC^Y'r? ?*/ T MAKE A SPECIALTY OF handling scrap boilers ; also t wrecks from fires. Correspon fence solicited. HYMEN SHRAGOVITZ, 106 South 2d St. NFLS CHRISTENSHN l*i acilcal Horse-tfhoer and Wagon Huililer Wheelwright and General Blacksmith Side walk Grates, Anchors and Builders Blacksmlt h InR a specialty. 71 New Bran wick Ave. . I PERMAN, Pawnbroker*^ UT'LadioM and Gentlemen I have a great IN ^ , ? P-v.P u I have a great many beautiful articles left from the last nal? -matched Diamonds, Rin?s, which I offer to wy tow prices All goods Kuarauteed a* represented ? L, Perelman, 386 State St. L.