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^^^sasEsasEses^«-sasES*»*iS^5t5a « es»Jt*s«ni5»n«J ! ORGANIZED LABOR. | bSI»*TE5E5ei3^.i>e! 9S aS asi? 5 aSWnSaS «UI BS*SM ■«MMManMOTRB7«n* sMHUSWMWsasM sa- srvsv Indiana polis, Ind., moulders are tint. Their demands for a 10 per cent increase were not granted. Stone masons at Minneapolis, Minn., Have refused to strike in sympathy with the building labors. Boilermakers in tlie employ of the Milwaukee Road will be granted an increase in wages of 0 per cent. Continued strikes at Barcelona, Spain, have led numerous employers ty suspend all work for the present. Sheet metal workers at San Fran cisco have struck to enforce a demand for an increase of one dollar a clay. Oklahama cotton growers will try Mexican labor in the fields, as the prejudice against negro laborers is very great. Stone cutters at Cincinnati, O., are now getting 50 cents per hour. Prac tically all the contractors have signed the scale. Tyneside (England) engineers and machinists threaten to strike if the employers refuse to concede an ad vance in wages. \ ~_ Tfie Theatres. J The chorus of the Rogers Brothers' company appearing in Klaw & Erlang er’s production of “The Rogers Brothers i^London.” this season will be the largest, the most competent and the most attractive these popular entertainers have yet had. There are sixty young girls and twenty highly trained male voices. But six of the young women wen with the Rogers Brothers last season. Tvventv-two were taken from Klaw & Erlanger's great stage school and the rest were selected from hundreds of applicants. They range from Hi to 2x’ years of age and give the Rogers Brothers' com pany a greater reputation than ever as a ‘ ‘ beauty show.'' 'IVIliim Time In (lit* l*oroll. The oldest system by which men have tol t tiio time of da\ is sun dials There are sun dials still in existent wjjce long before the Christian era; 11. thev have h--?n found in K„yp» /• hefi re tin Ph a - - In / ■ft HL ia tried t> ion and « i d ; n fiocl t sun dials instead of watches. One Chinese watchmaker has arranged his front porch in such a way t he shadow of th i posts tells the time by which to regu late tile watches -Ada Paterson, in the Pilgrim. \ «*t r rlnii ry l)«‘iiI i*f a. It is only within the last three years that the dentist has come to give the horse serious attention. And .vet there are but one or two thoroughly quali fied horse dentists in the country, and they arc kept busy the year round. Of Interest To Many. It is not genera ly known that more Shati one third of the deaths are front kid ney d seases Watch your kidneys as you esn not live without them and they can not he replace.!. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney disease that is not beyond the reach4 of medicine. It will make you well. Sold at Sexton's Pharmacy. 70 Smith St. I r»n it t worn t rtvrt f j ADVERTISING. Money to loan on BOND AND MORTGAGE THE BISHOP CO., 122„Smith St. JPerth Amboy. N. : FOR SALE 3 story tene ment, central,2 years old, tine condition, splendid j and safe investment. W ill net 10 per cent | concrete basement. AT.SO large i! family brick dwelling. Central, good repairs,lot 8i;',xiJO. Concrete basement, j Mortage $.000, price pie’ijO 'Comegys & bros. 208 Smith Street. ECONOMY... If you are interested in good property ' low cost, call on us. £ We have some fine lots on William 1 treet for sale cheap. Boynton Brothers. Amboy itealtv and Construction Company. A good business property for sale on .Smith Street, house nearly new, Store 30x44 feet, 10 large rooms, a decided bargain, terms reasonable. Post Office Kuilding. GREISEN & DAHL, Masons and Builders, IfHE PARIS! 1 Millinery ! \ SPECIAL J Ladies Tailor Made j J Suits - - 8.50 j ^ Wo want to call your at- J \ tention this week to a line of ^ J Ladies Tailor made Suits. 2 d There are Tweeds and Serges, , • Zibelines and Cheviots, with i 0 the new lUouse skirt coats, ( f some with Patent leather Belts, < € other stores tire asking Si2 & 1 J $15 for them. Our price while 5 they last . 8 50 ( 0 Vn„ kr./l hallar rnma aarlu 0 5 and hive the choice of the lot ^ t_- j j 104 Smith Street, j j ]>ERTII AMBOY N. .1. \ 4,-% - 11 Are You Ready | 1 Jh for your new Hall Suits 1 Jj ■ § Styles here are always up- i? j ffl to-date We do not like |S I R common things, this you S| j Jr will realize when you see |j x out new hue of | FALL SUITS | Keen color and style is x J represented and the quality M « insures durability. Prices iS j| range from-— || 112.50to2LOO | } Philip Levine. | | Till- NEW CLOAK t-TllHF, I | 351 State Street | J' .War Fayette St. g) Wi I Cure Consumption. A. A Harreii of Finch, Ark., writes “Foley’s Honey and Tar is the best pre paration for coughs,oolds and lung troub le. I know tiiat it lias cured consumption in the tiist stages.” It stops the cough, soothes and heals the inflamed mem branes in the throat and lungs and pre vents serious lung trouble. It is guar anteed for all throat and lung diseases. Wefuse substitutes. Sold at Sexton’s Pharmacy. *n Smith 8t. IN SHAH’S PALACE. A pi»:i lliut: < om binn t Ion of 1)1114: i ue** iiihI ^iileiMlur, Squalor 11 ml l.ii v ur> , The palace of the shah or Persia, 0 ordiug 10 Donald Stuart, in "The Struggle lor Persia," is an appalling combination of dinginess and splendor, of squalor and luxury. One of the iuuuis is mai niieci wi,!i the portraits of all the monarchs ■ troj in the next room is his majesty's writing apparatus. Here stands a globe such as may be seen in a schoolroom, except that the con tinents are made with gems of differ ent color an all the names and rivers are marked n diamonds. On the walls a painting by an old master is framed next to a highly colored advertlsment of a dealer jn fishhooks. The throne itself i; a sort of wooden bed, about nine feet by six, the woodwork covered with diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires, some an inch long. The value of the whole is estimated rough ly at. *5,000,000 or *0,000,000. On the floor o. the throne is a carpet so thick with pearls that the texture of the cloth is hardly visilhle, while a huge vase, set with turquoises and pearls, stands side by side with a cheap painted urn, such as Is sometimes seen at country fairs. TiiMtlriK Had in m. A correspondent of the Scientific American recently passed through a peculiar experience. He tasted a small fraction of a grain of radium. It acted as a powerful stimulant, affecting both the heart and kidneys. It was several ‘ hours before his pulse became normal. It affected the mind also, producing hallucinations. A Dangerous Experiment. It is dangerous to experiment with some j unknown preparation when you have a Bough or cold Foley’s Honey and Tar will oure you and prevent pneumonia and aousumption. Contains no opiates and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Kehise substitutes, Sold at Sexton's Pharm cy 70 Smith St. I ! | flatly 4fas1(wn j|licet. mmmmmmmmamamBummmmmmamBmnmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MADE IN OLD BLUE LINEN. Here is something very novel in making a linen suit. It is entirely different from the majority of linen frocks, and therefore very attractive. It could also be made in mohair of cloth. The design here is of old blue linen, cut, shaped and stitched over a heavy 0CT03ER CENTURY. The October Century has au attrnc tive cover by Leyendeoker, of a mount ed liunter and dogs, which gives a cine to the prevailing character of its contents, for it is :i “sportmati’s number,” containing, with other matter, a group of articles on field sports relating to France, Great Brit ain and America. The Democratic tradition in France is represented by ail article ‘‘ When the French Presi dent Goes Hunting,” written and illustrated by Andre Oastaigue. Three articles of much variety by officers of the United States government deal in a popular way with topics of solid interest. Au account by Alonzo Clark Hobin son of‘‘The Destruction of Pliilae,” sets forth the damage apnareutly done to this great historical ruin by the construction of the groat Nile dam. The fiction includes “The Old Dragon,” a “Pa Gladden” story by Elizabeth Cherry Waltz; “The Object white lace blouse. It fastens flown the left side with four rather large pearl buttons. ) The skirt is seven-gored, cut walk ing length; that is, two inches from the ground, and with a shaped yoke stitched around the hips. Even the collar carries out this same idea of the linen, cut and shaped, with rows of stitching. Lesson,” by Edith Elmer Wood; ‘The Way of the Engineers,” a story of the upper Mississippi, by Willis Gibson;* ‘Sandy McKiver, Hero,” by Herbert D. Ward, and the conclusion of ‘‘The Yellow Van, ” Richard Wliite ing’s novel of English life. In the editorial department ” are plain-spoken words concerning the increase of lynching and other un fortunate national tendencies, and a discussion of ‘‘The Gant About ‘Hard Work. - ” Wood*man** Sweet Tooth. “It might surprise you to hear that we sell more confectionery to guides than to visitors.-- said a communicative storekeeper the other evening, “and the funny tiling about it is that they want the high-grade goods. They buy it by the pound and they buy regularly and often. Chocolate creams with nuts are their favorite confections, but they like cake, chocolate and marshmallows, too. They are also our best customers on fruit and nuts, fancy crackers and other sweets."—N. Y. Sun. j Falnnize "aw j Why go elsewhere for what you can buy at home ? HIGH GRADE PIANOS y .-^ ••-—y | BOSART, MASON, f | WHEELER, HELLER | | VERDI and others. | y_ y | CASH or INSTALLMENTS | ^ CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSEEF. | I Olympia Musical I f Automaton Co., f | 150 SMITH STREET | I CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS Sept. 30—County Convention, T. U. Simpson M. E. < Oct, 1—Entertainment, E? League, Simpson church. Oct. 8—Ball, Ladies Aid Society, St. Paul’s German Church, Wilder Hall. vot. ro— .new r,ngian<i supper, i-,a<iios Aid Society, Baptist chapel. Oct. 15, 16, ’17—Fair, 'independent Order Good Templars, Temp erance Hall, Prospect street. Oct. 16—Field Meet, High school A. A., High School grounds. Oct. 20—Reception, L. O. B. A., Wilder Hall. Oct. 3%— Concert, Christian Endeav or Society, Presbyterian Chapel. Oct. 27, 28, 29—Bazaar, Grace Eng lish Lutheran church, Odd Fellows Hall. Oct. 29—Entertainment, t'[Ep worth League, Simpson M. E. church. Oct. 29—Entertainment and Ball, ladies of Vorwaerts, Braga Hall. Nov. 12—Entertainment, Epworth League, Simpson M. E. church. Nov. 18, 19, 20—Fair, Presbyterian Chapel. Nov. 23 to Dec. 8—Fair, St. Mary’s church, Wilder Hall. Nov. 20—Concert, Simpson M. E. church. Dec. 31—Ball, Woodchoppers, Cabin Amboy, 49, Wilder Hall. For Pills Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c. and 25c. Of Enrlter Origin. Cholly—1 tell you I keep a sharp look out for automobiles whenevah I cwoss the stweet now. Miss Pepprey—Why? Cholly—O. didn’t you hear about it? One of them knocked me silly— y !uc Ptmnrov — Mnnoonco! A ninnift. biles weren’t invented that long ago.— Philadelphia Press. THOMAS M. THICKSTUN < Attorney-at-Law j 122 Smith Street, Scheuer Building ' 1‘ERTH AMBOY, N. J. I Forrest I,. Smith CITY SURVEY O It, I Scbeuer Building. J Fred. Lupton. Herbert A. Busbnell. LUPTON & BUSHNELL SUCCESSORS TO LUPTON & LUPTON ..Granite and Marble.. Monuments Headstones and IFencing. "Vonr PatronHjee Solicited. New Bruns'k Av. & Central R. R. ■ - - - 1 J -BEE HIVE.- Slioppir*^6Centre. NEWARK. STORE OPEN UN i n 10 P. M. SATURDA YS Boys' Best Clothes. Some stores go in for cheapness alone; others for goodness and style. This store, that succeeds in acquiring a combination of these three sterling qualities, naturally, does the business. We pride ourselves in this autumn display of boys’worthy attire. We believe we have succeeded in grouping a line in which every care full parent will find certain satisfaction. Furthermore, we believe we have attained a degree of price reasonableness that cannot help but please you. Boys’ Pretty Norfolk Suits, worth 7.00, at.5.00 Boys’ Handsome Norfolk Suits, 4.00, values at... .11.48 Boys’ Well-Made School Pants, good 75c, value.. . . 50 Young Men’s Suits, priced from 7.98 to.14.98 Autumn Opening of 1— Garments and Millinery This Week L. 8. Plant ACo.^21 Newark. |ib Free Deliveries. > IT WILL PAY Y0U...1 , |5' | for your trouble to go direct to our Eliza- ^ W both store (our Newark business now con- ®S| |;r, solidated with Elizabeth) for Carpets, ^Bj r \ Stoves, Bedding, Furniture and Pianos. Au HI ^B exceedingly heavy stock compels us to j>s| ^B §£, make sacrifice prices. St C nnni nl ^ hole RANGE, heavy ^^B I Cl Y ujlcllldl castius- uiekel trim, only ^ ■ $9.98 I M Ask the Conductor Accounts opened in Perth Amboy aud sur f'>< to let you off at rounding towns for 25 miles. 3| f >; McManus Bros. Wagon deliveries to your door. Car fare paid. SI I McMANUS BROS. 1} FURNITURE, CARPETS, AND PIANOS, AND |j « GENERAL HOUSE OUTFITTERS T| 1 105-107-109 First St. Elizabetlpt (fl The Shrewd Landlord Has foresight and common sense enough to know that if he equips his buildings with all the modern conveniences in the way of heating and plumbing, etc,, he is going to rent them for more money. Give the people what they want and they will pay for it. Full information can be obtained by visiting our Show Rooms or calling us on tele phone 1841. Boilers, Radiators, Valves, Pipe, Fittings, Asbestos Coverings, High Grade Plumbing Goods. :::::::::::: 200S202 21X23 EAAKETSI ■mechanic si NEWARK KJ, NEWARK N. J. A