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Store Closes To-night at 6 O’clock.
_ _ : EVERYBODY'S BUYING NOW] The Fall season is fairly opened, and this store makes g a strong bid for a large share of the selling by offering g the greatest variety of merchandise ever shownin Middle- g sex County and the economy of our prices must appeal to g all. A constant watchfulness of your best interests as 5 consumers is responsible for the steady growth of this g business and we were never more keenly alert than right g now. You’ll find it profitable in every way to do your g fall outfitting here. N r NEWEST NOVELTIES Never | IN AUTUMN SILKS ^k^j autumn silks that is side tracked J as to styles, j ust for the sake of ■ a small saving in price.Might as S wellget thenewest and best when 5 you canget them at these prices, 5 Beautiful assortments,39c tol 25 Z TWO SPECIALS These are new \ IN UMBRELLAS £ \ ues at these prices, are worth ■ fully y'i more. Ladies’ Sterling Silver and S Pearl trimmed handles, good S quality cover, special at-1.98 S Men’s Natural Wood handles, s good quality cover,special at 98c s OUR NEW FURS surpass any line ever shown anywhere in this county. The stock we are showing this season, far out does our best efforts in the past. Here you will find everything that is desirable in Furs such as the Isabella Fox, Sable Fox, Russian Squirrel, Sable Wolf, Isabella Wolf, Alaska I ox and many others at prices ranging from 1.98 to 50.00 [REYNOLDS & HANSON| 128 and 130 Smith Street PERTH AMBOY. 2 Id......... IliimiliiiMiiiiiMiiimmiiHnimmiMi.'.'iViiiiMiiiiiMiiiiiM j ODB FALL LISE I of Stiff Bosom, I % white and . . . I colored. ( Our $1.00 Shirts cannot be equalled at the price. . . Call and see them before purchasing elsewhere. !j.h.hope&coJ 77 ^mitli Htreet. g Agents for Hawes’ $3.00 Hats, American Steam Laundry. I Sol. Rubeustein, Howard Hope. ■ MMWnBMMMMW* ■ ■ 7 CONVERTED IN JAIL. During the services at the county jail, Snnday afternoon, three mei professed Christianity. i.he workeri who have charge of the meetings a the jail feel that they are doing f good work there and that much benefi is done to the prisoners. Two met who were recently sent to prison were converted tnere and are keeping up the study of the Bible in prison. A Choice Line of 'meats -AT THE Dale’s Meat Market 322 STATE STREET LEPHONE 14-w CH STORES: t, - Telebhone 31-m swick Avenue, Tel. 109-i owitz^^^ i WENT TO JERSEY CITY f FOR THEIR WEDDINC. S! - i Miss Maude Petty Becomes the 1 Bride of Andrew Nelson—On i; , Honeymoon. It became known last night that two young people of Hobart street, Miss 1 Maude Petty and Andrew Nelson, had I been married in Jersey City. The | ceremony was performed in that place I because both vonng people desired no ^ one but their immediate relations to know of the event until it was over. 1 No one was present from this city. I The bridesmaid was Miss Ada Mc | Ginty, of Jersey City, a friend of the j bride. ! After the'wedding. which took place in the Dutch Reformed church, the 1 couple telegraphed the bride’s mother and lett on a honeymoon to be spent at the Inter-State Fair at Trenton, and at Washington. Friday or Satur day they will return to tins city were they will begin housekeeping. The wedding is the culmination of a friendship which has existed be tween the two since thev were children. CHURCHES. r Baptist, i The regular weekly prayer meeting , will be held tonight instead of Wed - nesday evening. At the cjose of the prayer service the officers and teachers of the Sunday school will hold their quarterly meet . ing. Thursday evening the Ladies Aid Society will hold a social in the chapel. LONG SHORE NEWS The tug W. S. Schansel Jr., of New York, is in dry dock. The two master Marietta, New Haven, is undergoing repairs at the Perth Amboy Dry Dock Co. J-0 The U. S. Government dredge Ged ney is at the Perth Amboy Dry Dock Co. The barge Landseer, of New York, ^s in dry dock. in real estate are to be real estate column on J Our store closes at 8.30 every evening. Saturdays at 10. McCall’s Bazaar Patterns 10c, 15c. October Fashion Sheets for the asking. Fall Suitings. An inspection of our Dress Goods section will obviate the necessity of any arguument. Broadcloths. 54 in. best shades, worth 1.25 at. 85c yd. Scotch Suitings. Popular for tailor made garments, 40 in. wide at.49c yd. Dress Flannels. 38 in. wide, all colours and black, val.45C at 35c Glance Silk. an excellent lining,36 in. wide,reg.price 18c,special I this week at .13t^c |i (Ireenhaitms’ Department Store .400 State Street.... Telephone 80f | ADDICKS APPEALS FROM THE DECISION. William J. Lyle Involved in Litiga tion Concernin • Terra Cotta Lumber Co Trenton, Sept. 29.—An appeal was filed in the Court of Errors and Appeals yesterday by Lindabury, De pue & Faulks, representing J. Edward Addicks, of Delaware, from the deci sion of Chancellor Magie, in the case involving the sale to Addicks of the assets of the Staten Island Terra Cotta Lumber Company. Robert W. Lyle is the complainant. Ho bargained for a release of all claims and demands against the company, and assigned to the defendant all his stock in the company, amounting to 396 shares. Addicks reorganized the company under the name of the Staten Island Clay Company. It was claimed that Addicks refused to execute the release in question. The chancellor decided that Lyle was entitled to the specific performance of the agreement. Addicks was directed to pay to Lyle $18,757. WILL REGULATE WORK. Justice Fort, when seen yesterday as to the extent Auditor Acton O. Hartshorne was going in connection with Ins investigation of the county affairs and whether the investigation would go back to tho last commission or for five years only, said five years was longer than it was necessary in the matter of county roads and other matters to be inquired into. Ho would regulate the auditor’s work according to the matters he desired the inquiry to cover. BOUGHT KEYPORT HOME A Kevport dispatch states that Carl Mathiasen, well known in this city, has bought the residence property of Mayor Benjamin B. Ogden, who re cently disappeared and his where abouts have not yet been ascertained. The house is said to be one of the finest in Kevport. The price paid is given as $7,000. LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. S. Fine, of New Brunswick avenue, spent Sunday in the city, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. Richman, of State street, entertained a number of their friends and relatives in honor of the: “Brith Mills” of their new’born sen. I Mrs. S. Eoyne, tormeily of this city, now of New York, spent Satur dav afternoon here. Miss Sophia Slobodien, of Carteret, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. Mrs. Saffray, of New York, is mak ing her homo for the present witli her daughter, Mrs. S. Fine. Josepn Jaffe is about to occupy the store vacated by I. Rubenstein on State street. Albert Iirogh, of Fayette street, has resigned his position with Moore Bros., newsdealers, to enter Wood Business College, Nevvark. Junior Vice Department Command er G. R. Bunten, will visit the G. G. Meade Post No. 7, G. A. R., of Passaic, this evoning. Miss Ruth Fletcher has returned to the High School, after a vacation Hnpnr nt the shore. TROLLEY CAR RAN OVER MANS BODY. Wes on Track Between South Am bry and New Brunswick -Believed to have Been Drunk. An unknown man, presumed to be an Italian, was killed by a trolley car on the South Amboy-New Brunswick line, opposite George Smith’s farm, not far from Tanner’s corner, on Sat urday night. The man lay across the tracks while in a drunken stupor and was not discovered by Motorman Vogt until it wns too late to stop the car, and the man’s body was literally ground to pieces by the car wheel. After the accineut happened, a com panion of the man was found lying on the ground not far from the tracks, but he escaped injury. He was in a drunken stupor and it is supposed that the other man was in the same condi tion and that he lay down on the tracks without realizing his danger. The car which killed the man was th^ast one to come up from South A:^B^ind reached the spot where th^^^^^as killed about-11.45 o’clock. In it, besides the motorman and Con ductor Weid, were William Jamison William Couoli, Thomas Collins, James Crosson and Clarence Forman. WALL IS HEAVY. The lanorers have finished digging the foundation for the Perth Amboy Trust Company's building at Smith and Hobart street, and this morning the masons commenced to work to lay a brick wall protection. This protec tion, which will be built in the ground, will be on all sides of the building. It is being built so as to make the place fire and burglnr proof. Ido not advert iso any style of gold glasses for and when you come to me talk 3*ou into paying more, and be id**s you save time and trouble by having your eyes treat ed at home. I lully guar antee all my work. F. J. MONAGHAN, Opt. D., Smith St, over Salz Jt Steiner’s store, Tuesday and Saturday, 1.3d to 7 p. in., side en rauce. formerly 15 Maiden Lane. N. Y. city. WHEN IN NEW YO HK don’t fail to Doesing PAUL, SORENSEN, Prop 87 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK Cafe and Dining E oom Adjoining P It. H. Ferry Stairs. ^■■Pl i#i ii LHTVL. jel. j WEDNESDAY I ...HEP LETTER DAY... | m Our store will close at 6 p m and will be closed all day Thursday | yj 011 account of a holiday. For that reason we want to do two | days business in one, and will do so, by offering full size || I OoxEifcortaTbles || amply filled with cotton, sateen covered, positively stores°W _ | I| at 1.00, here on Wednesday until 6 p. m., 2 the limit, at | ,:j ^ }; Also regular size BLANKETS, pure white and grey, with red | 9 and blue borders, the kind that most stores sell for 69c, many fi I stores get 75c, hereon Wednesday until 6 p. m., 2 the limit, 53c S You all know of the special sale of Dress Lengths of Dress & jS| Goods, if you do not, look up last nights Evening News. Of course everybody knows by this time that we give double R jlj quantity of Stamps every Wednesday. See window display. I 166 SMITH STREET I El ''"S Q Cor. Madison Ave., • Perth Ajhiboy I I BOSTON SrflBE £ The cold weather is nearly here. Are you prepared f^r it ? If £ $ not we can help you out Here you have the largest $ £ stock in the city to select from and prices tower £ £ than these goods were ever sold before. £ | Flannels X^:C;^ran"fl5.arir^c~yari | Fiannels 10c yard 5 £ Fancy Scotch Tweeds, 54 in wide. Just the thing for an <> up-to-date Suit...49c yd £ £ All Wool Venetians, 40 inch wide..59c yd £ n> Women’s Tailor-made Suits, latest style and made of the £ £ newest cloths, others ask 18.00. Our price $14 98 £ * \ WM. MURDOCH, ■ 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy. j[ SAMPLED FO * FALL SUITS^ A, re Now In. Our line is as complete as any in the cily, and we would be pleased to have you call and iuspect them. STYLE A? D FIT GUARANTEED. All work hy experienced tailors. All repair work satisfaetoi ily done. 83 Smith Street, Perth Amboy. BJORNSEIN Dealer in Choice Family Groceries Provisions, Etc. Frc-sli stock constantly received ' nr. ProKpoct and Smith Wa, CENT-A-WORD BRICK HOUSE CORNER High and Gordon st. Price $6,000. lerms to snit. Lot 66x120, ten rooms, all im provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water street. 3498-9-14-tf TO RENT—Four room apartment, j seven room flat, nine room house,' two furnished rooms. Enquire 16 S. High st. 3613-9-28-2 A BARGAIN—FOUR desirable busi ness lots on State street, $600 each. Pratt-Brown Co., 101 Smith st. 3614-9-28-6 STRONG BOY WANTED—At Ray mond's candy store, 138 Smith st. 3618-9-28-tf FLOOR TO LET—Corner Fayette & Mechanic st. Enquire Polkowitz Bros. 322 State st. 3619-9-28-tf LOST ON UPPER State st., bunch of keys. $1 reward if returned to News office. 8619-9-28-tf WANTED—A CAPABLE GIRL for dining room and chamber work. 98 Gordon st. 3629-9-29-1 FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET with heat and bath. Oor. Market and South Second sts. 3624-9-29-3 WANTED-SEVERAL persons of character and good reputation in each state (one in this county requir ed) to represent and advertise old established weatlhy business house of solid fluaucial standing. Salary $21 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash direct each Wed nesday from head offices. Horse and carriage furnished when necessary. References. hmclose self-addressed envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build ing, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf FOR RENT—A BARN and stable, suitable for one horse. Enquire at News office. 8164-7-25-tf WANTED—YOUNG MAN to take care of clothing and Gent’s furnish ing department. A. Greenbaum. 3605-9-26-3t DRESSMAKINGTANTT^iain sewing at 6 Hobart st. 3599-9-25-6t HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist sets are the popular thing. Orders taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt bnckles, also hat pip*- < at 114 Rector street. ' 7-17-tf GU A RANTEED BICYCLES $15. Sewing machines, all makes, lowest market prices. 336 State street, A. Jensen, dealer. 3046-7-10-tf MANDOLIN INSTRUCTION Miss Lillian Graham resumes teaching September 32d. 816 State st. _3556-9-19-10t FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse power steam engine and boiler. Second hand. Excellent condition. Manufacturer, care of Evening News. _ 4-8-tf BOILER AND ENUINE for sale at a bargain. Stnrtevant 10 horse power steam engine and boiler in A 1 condi tion, cost $490, will sell for $250. In use 3 years. Address O. D., News Office. 9-12-tf NOTICE. old prices lor Paper Hanging need no longer be paid. With our system of hang iug,bett> r and more lasting work is done at less cost,because done so much quicker. All should know this. N.Y. PAPER HANCINC Co. John L. Murphy, Mgr. 136 Rector St. —1Telephone 41 F— LOST—GOLD CHAIN with ring attached. Reward if returned to 208 Oak st. 3627-9-29-1 WANTED FOR GENERAL clerk, young man about 20 years old, must be good penman, come well recom mended and give bond. Address Loan, News Office. 3621-9-29-2 LOST, STRAYED OR stolen, on Sun day afternoon, at Hopelawn, bay horse, medium height, white feet. A Reward. F. Januszewicz, 36 Hall ave. 3632 9-29-2 CALL FOR FINE dinner sets, 112 pieces at $6.5C, tea sets, 66 pieces $3.60, chamber sets, 10 pieces, $2.25 at 1, Miller’s Furniture Store, 357 State at. 3610-9 28-1 At my office your eyes receive FREE OF CHARGE an honest, thorough and scientific examination, by an Ocu list who has practic d eye-diseases for 25 years, and proper glasses fitted for $1.00 upward, Rep utation is what I am after, and * ou ca i rel r up’ on getting good, honest value fo- your mmev as many readers of this paper wi 1 estifv. DR‘ RRIGDKN; Oculist, vOO BROADWAY (near Fulton St.), N. Y., Room 202, over drug store. Hou’s 9 to 6. Hotel Central stl.*?, >V inns,Liquors NOW OPEN 1: SC tj T> Goo's retailed • sri 1 xtin, at who esule Cor. State and Smith St. prices. . . . MADAM RIVELY. 61 Smith 8t., Cor. High, Pierce.% Watson Bdg Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment corn treatment Manicuring and Massage Skillfully done for Ladies at reasonable prices. Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn j treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage ments by appointments. PINCH & BENNETT; Painters, Paper Hangers, House and Church Decorators. PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY. 12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. i. We most respectfully solicit a share of your favors and guarantee satisfaction. L PERELMAN, Pawnbroker KWLadies and Gentlemen: I have a great many beautiful articles left from the last sale —Watches, Diamonds, Rings, which I offer to sell at very low prices. All goods guaranteed as represented. L. Perelman, 386 State St. Tide-Water Trans. Co. Executive Offices: 31 Broadway. NEW YORK, AMBOY AND WAY FREIGHT. Pier 6, North River. Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon Telephone Connection. . PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone No. 8 Engineers, Founders Machinists. General and Special Machine Pattern Boiler and Blacksmith Work. — -- .. „ iKinSEy &BR8.1 Coal ai»d n any quantity j | - at the Lowest y 7 II) 0 0 d Market Prices | | j Yard; New Brunswick Ave., and ) j Lehigh Valley Crossing. ( ) || Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N. J. || For Sale Cheap! One set automobile tires. Hyman Shragovitz. ,Leek Post Office BOX 78 Foleys honey™>tar stops the cough end heele long# r*