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Store Closes Today at 6 o’clock
From Our Upholstering Department.
Lace Curtains, Portieres, Door Panels, Table Covers, and beautiful
assortments of yard goods, all crowned with the spirit of newness.
Have you purchased yours yet? If not, don’t do it until our lines
have been s en, unless'Vou are indifferent about making selections
from Perth Amboy’s most beautiful showing. Quality is a first con
sideration of course, but we’ve given an unusual amount of atten
tion to design this season and think they couldn’t be prettier.
Lace Curtain—Nottingham laces in
all-over Horal patterns, lock stitch
edges, regular 1.00 per pair, special
at. 75c
Tapestry Portieres—made ot hand
some tapestry, beautiful designs,
rich colorings, deep fringe, worth 3.50
per pair, special at. 2.98
Table Covers, male of tapestry, in
floral aud oriental designs, reversi
ble, 2 yards square, fringe all around.
worth 1.50 each, special at. 1.19
Lace Curtains—00 inches wide to the
pair, 3 yards long, Nottingham laca
in a variety of pretty patterns, regular
1.75 per pair, at. 1.25
1 Misses' and Children’s Dresses.
Dainty frocks, in all the pret
tiest and most becoming of this
season’s styles and materials
trimmings and workmanship, fit
and finish faultless, mothers will
find our assortment of girls’
dresses up to the highest stand
ard of perfection.
at 98c
Girls’ plaid Drosses, with plain color
yoke, nicely trimmod with white
br lid,'good assortment of colors, sizes
0 t3 14 years.
at 1.49
Girl’s plaid Dresses, exceptional val
ue neat plaids nioe'y trimmed, good
colors, sizes li t > 14 years.
at 1.75
Girls’ plain C ishmere Dresses, good
quality, well mul\ trimmed neatly,
desirable colors, sizu li to 14 years.
at 2.7 5
Girls’ Cashmere Dresses, extra good
quality, silk yoke, t immed with
braid and buttons, wide assortment in
plain colors, sizes (i tt 14 years.
^ 128 and 130 Smith Street
■phone 108 PERTH AMBOY.
Ifalluse I
of Stiff Bosom, |
white and ... §
colored. f
Our $1.00 Shirts cannot be
equalled at the price. . .
Call and see them before
purchasing elsewhere.
774Smith Htreet.
f Agents for Hawes' $3.00 Hats. *
I American Steam Laundry. ■
I Sol. Rubenstein, Howard Hope 1
fhill'iaWi: M ■ ■ » ■ ■
German Sliip’n CnrKo Burim.
NORFOLK. Vn.. Oct. H.—The German
steamer Erica, fioin Galveston and
Wilmington to Liverpool with cotton.
Is in port with her cargo afire. One
man was badly injured.
Killed Ttvo. Injured EUht.
LACaOSSE. Win.. Ort. <». — Satur
day’s storin. which passed through In
dependence. Wis.. killed two persons
and caused a property loss of $125,000
and injured eight.
A Choice Line of
People’s Meal Mel
518 State Street, - Telebhone 31-m
247 ttew Brunswick Avenue, Tel. 109-i
Jos. Polkowitz & Bro,
Mrs. Feruald and daughter Miss Maude
Feruald, of Germantown, I*a., are visit
ing their friend Mrs. l’ooker, of Brighton
Miss C. Tooker returned to her home
Brighton avenue after a pleasant visit at
l Brooklyn.
Miss Anna Melick, of Broad street, is
spending a visit with relatives in New
Samuel Van Horn, who has been con
fined t j his home 24 Hobart street with
illness, is able to be out again.
Mrs. Mary McClasky, of State street,
lias returned to lie.' after a visit at Jersey
Mr. and Mrs. George Swinsou and sou
returned to their home ou Gordon street,
after visiting Mrs. Kwinsen's friends and
relatives, of South Amboy.
Miss Rosa Bauinliu, of Broad street,
returned to lier home after a visit to New
Mrs. Charles Weldon, of High street,
who has been confined to her home with
illness, is improving.
The Misses Flossie and Ada Marsh, of
Trenton N, J., is visiting their grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Me Neill, of
Brighton avenue
Little Jennie Sheppard, of Gordon
street, is confined to her home witli ill
M.s. Klusendruff, of Brighton ave
nut1, entertained tier sou ana daughter, ot
Ernest HilsdoiT, lias returned to his
li one a. lied Bank alter a visit with
friends in town.
Mrs. Neilson, of 132 Gordon street, is
having her house painted the work is be
ing done by J. Weinberg, of Brighton
Arthur Quinn, of Gordon street, leaves
today for a trip to Salem.
pit', and Mrs. Thomas Henderson, of
If I Gordon street, returned to flieir home
alter spending last week iu Newark.
Mrs. Johnson, of Gordon street, is able
to be out after being confined to her home
with illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wlielt, of Brigh
ton avenue, lias returned home aftei
visiting friends i i New Brunswick.
Mr*. Lizzie Dunham, formerly of
Perth AmLoy, but now of Fords, is con
fined to home witli illness.
Mrs. George Bath, at 120 1-2 Brighton
avenue, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wright, of Aw York.
Mrs. Mart Crealin. of 120 1-2 Brighton
avenue, rinAher ol Mr>. George Bath,
1 I ~ ™
Store closes every evening at
| 8.30, Saturdays at 10.
Here’s for another enthusias
j tic week ! !
New Fall^>
Dress Goods
at special prices.
All wool Broadcloths Black
and colors, fine finish
value 1.25 at.... .85c
] 38 in. Yankee Homespuns,
and all wool Zibelines, 20
patterns to select from,
value 69c at .49c
White, plain and figured
Mohairs, 36 in. wide,
value 65c at. 45c
All wool mixtures, blue,
green, and grey, value
38c at.25c
Department Store
.400 State Street....,
left today for a visit with tier son, Lewis
Smith, 510 Cork street Elizabetliport.
George Graham, of New York, has
entered the employ of Theodore
Bloodgood. He will havo charge of
the tobacco department.
J. M. Morris, who has been out of
town for some weeks, is back among
old friends again.
Miss Julia Hanson has a position
with Moore Bros.
Miss Julia Hughes has returned to
Brooklyn, after a visit spent with her
sister, Mrs. Joseph Loder, of Kearny
After a two weeks vacation Frank
Wilson has returned to his duties at
the American Smelting and Refining
Company’s plant.
Carl Johansen, of New York, spent
Sunday with Birdeu Golden, 482 State
street. *
William Gilman,’ of ^ odbridge,
was a Perth Ambov visitor over Sun
John Rubenstein, foytherly of Perth
Amboy, now of New York, has boen
visiting his father, I. Rubenstein, of
State street, for a few days.
( ]l 1 nar.k.'in Smuggler Arvested.
OGI>EXSBUUG. N. Y.. Oct. o. Gov
ernment otticers at Waddiiigion arrest
ed John Primer of .Morrisburg. Out.,
tlie alleged leader of a hand engaged
in smuggling Chinese into this country
from Canada. Itoy Hatch, a farmer of
'Vaddington. was also arrested while
driving two Chinese who had been
turned over to him by Prunin' to Nor
wood to put them aboard a train for
New York. He will be held as a wit
ness against Primer, it is believed
many Chinese have been brought
across the border by this route.
Sturm Destroyed Wicsliir.glon.
CHAT FI ELI). .Minn., Oct. ti. Latest
returns indicate that the damage by
the storm was greater than first re
ported. The little village of Washing
ton was completely destroyed. In tin
township of Summer the home and
buildings of John Harwood were de
stroyed. also the large barns and ware
house of Seibert Leonard. The old
Summer church was completely demol
ished. in Elmira township the storm
covered a strip eighty rods wide and
did much damage, besides injuring sev
eral persons.
that we give DOUBLE STAMPS tomorrow
I _ _Don't you know.
Anything advertised by us, may lie ordered by phone unless
I we say “limited.” Never mind the number, just say “Hello;
|| give me Salz & Steiner’s Dry Goods store.'’
IZIBELJNES, strong, sturdy, serviceable stuff, dark, mixed, I
ground and surface of soft silky white hairs. Just the right I
weight for long coat Suits. <l)e a yd. here, which is less than 1
Mercerized YESTIXGS. If you paid 75c a yd., you would be |
paying what they are worth, but tomorrow we offer them special 1
Blankets 10-4,soft as swans breast,warm as a kittten.val. 1.39, 98c I
Better ones at I 49, 169, 1.98, 2 98 etc.
Q Cor. Madison Ave., - Perth Amboy
P. S.—We make skirts to order for 1.00 from material purchased here at 49e I
a yd. or over. • j
Will Leave Perth Amboy Tomorrow
Afternoon on Special Train
Others wili Accompany them
The local firemen who are going to
Allentown to take part in the parade
there are all ready for tomorrow when
most of them will leave this city at 3
o’clock on the Central Railroad spec
ial train.
Some of the city officials and other
prominent men, who will witness the
parade on Thursday, left early this
morning for New Brunswick, where
they will attend the Democratic State
convention, which is being held to
day. This evening they will leave
for Allentown and stay until Satur
City Clerk John Reilley worked a
greater part of last night so that every
city employe could have his monthly
salary by seven o’clock this morning,
and they all have a good word for
him today.
Some of the firemen and their
friends have decided not to go on the
special train over the Central railroad
tomorrow afternoon, but they will
take advantage of the special train
over the Lehigh Valley railroad,
which leaves here at 7 o’clock Thurs
day morning and leaves Allentown at
8 o’clock the same night.
The Singing Society Harmonie will
hold a ball and grand concert in
Wilder Hall, Smith street, on Thurs
day evening, October 22. They have
appointed the following committee to
make all of the arrangements: Leo
Drossier, president; Charles Diotz
man, secretary ;'Haus Ullrich, August
Zeltman^iud Albert Stogman.
Miss Ada TyAdl became the bride
of Arthur Grallui at 3 o’clock yester
day afternoon Jfcen Rev. Dr. H. G.
Mendenhall performed the wedding
ceremony 'i/e^he home of the bride in
Commerce street. Both young people
are well known in this city. Miss
Edith M. Prior, of Port Richmond,
was bridesmaid, and J. Howard Hope
was best man. After a wedding sup
per, Mr. and Mrs. Graham loft on a
wedding tour to Canada.
GnnrdiiiK Afv.iinsl Dyiiitmflera.
BUTTE, Mont., Oct. d. Despite the
fact that the date set by the black
mailing dynamiters who ask .'('.">0.000
from tln> Northern Pacific has expired
without violence, the greatest precau
tions are taken here. All hunters out
ward bound are deprived of their guns,
as the detectives fear the dynamiters
might enter a train as sportsmen. It
is thought that if nothing is done to
day the dynamiters will be no longer
foa rod
The best in
the county is
..The ANNEX..
I (Hotel Central)
\V. J. Masterson, prop.
Meals a La Carte Table O’Hote
21 regular meals $4.50.
Come in and ask about it.
Everything Strictly First ('lass.
Regular Q
Dinner OUL»
Change of Bill of Fare daily.
..■;■■ ~ . — = ?
$ It is our continuous Opening <
\\ Day here. Every day brings {
$ new goods and styles in the ;
| various departments. $
£ Ladies’ Suits, the latest out
j 9-98 up
£ Fall Dress Goods, the tweed
s mixtures have the say this
* Fall.
v 40 in. all wool Scotch Tweeds
£ 49c
54 in. all wool Scotch Tweeds
$ 98c
r-— __■■■■■■■
Men’s heavy fleece lined 4
Underwear, worth 69c, 45c ?
Men’s Fancy Shirts*, yon know 4
the quatity of this, our spec- J
ial shirt .49c < >
Men's Flannel Night Shirts, <1
extra full size. 49c J
! 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy. *
Christian K. Svlndlng
Watches and Jewelry,
Fine Watch Repair in y
a Specialty.
Are Now In.
Oar lino is as complete as any in
the city, ami we would be pleased
to have you call aud inspect
All work by experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
83 Smith Street, Tel. 193.1 Perth Amboy.
Dealer In
Choice Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Fresh stock constantly received
or. Prospect and Smith Sts,
Gordon st. Price $5,000. Terms to
suit. Lot 66x120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water
street. 3498-9-14-tf
be familiar with terra cotta con
struction. Rogers Terra Cotta Co.
Moorestown, N. J. 3666-10-3-3
rooms. Inquire Evening News.
housework. German or Swedish
Call at 7 o’clock evenings. 349 State
st. 3681-10-6-1
WANTED—A GIRL to learn millin
ery at J. Kreielsheimer, 117 Smith
st. 3683-10-6-tf
TO LET-WILL HAVE four rooms to
let on first floor by 15th inst. En
quire G. D. R. News office.
housekeeping on or near Smith st.
Address “Rooms,” News office.
WOMEN WANTED—Py the Vaseline
factory for their work, Wednesday,
October 7th. Apply on premises,
Grant st. Twenty required.
3663 10-3-3
A BARGAIN—FOUR desirable bnsi
. ness lots on State street, $500 each.
Pratt-Brown Co., 101 Smith st.
FOR RENT—STORE and three large
rooms on State st. Enquire P. E.
Gordon, 1 Miller st. 3633-10-1-tf
character and good reputation in
encU state (one in this county requif
edf to represent and advertise old
established weatlhy business house
of solid financial standing. Salary
$21 weekly with expenses additional,
all payable in cash direct each Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
cai’riage furnished when necessary.
References. Jtnclose self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitaole for one horse. Enquire at
News office.___3154-7-25-tf
sets are the popular thing. Orders
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector1
street. 7-17-tf
Sewing machines, all makes, lowest
market prices. 336 State street, A.
Jensen, dealer. 3046-7-10-tf
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 ENGINE for sale at a
bargain. Sturtevaut 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 I*
Office. 9-12 tf |
Ido not advertise any st> le of gold glasses for
8,50, and when you come to me talk you into
more, and be id**s
time and trouble
your eyes treat
at home. I fully guar
antee all my work.
Opt. D.,
Smith St , over Salz Jt Steiner’s store, Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.80 to 7 p. ni., side en*ranee,
formerly 15 Malden Lane, N. Y. city.
WHEN IN NEW YORK don’t fail to
isfesrCafe Duesing
87 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK
Cafe and Dining Room
Adjoining P R. R. Ferry Stairs.
At my office vour eyes
receive F R K K (> K
CHAU (J K an honest,
thorough and scientific
examinntion. by an Ocu
list who has nractic d eye-diseases for 25 years,
and proper glasses fitted for $1.00 upward. Rep
utatlon is what I am afier, and * on ca » rel ’ up*
on getting good, honest, value for your unney
as many readers of this pape** wi 1 testify. DR*
BRIGDKN; Oculist, *UO BROADWAY (near
Fulton St.), N. Y., Room 202, over drug store
Hours 9 to 6.
Hotel Central
wines, l.iqiiors
NOW OPEN the cityt.ars.in
Sc* -o TT7r U Goods retail ed
• O* A* "till, »t wholesale
Cor. State and Smith 8t. prices. . . .
61 Smith St., Cor. High, 1’ierceAWatson Bdg
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment
corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
Skillfully done for Ladies at reasonable prices.
Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn
treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments.
Painters, Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators.
12 Centre Street Perth Amboy, N. J.
We most respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and guarantee satisfaction.
U PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
|^~Ladies and Qentleinen: 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
L. Perelman, 386 State St.
Tide-Water Trans. Co.
Executive Offices: 31 Broadway.
Pier 6, North River.
Leave PERTH AMBOY, 12 noon
Telephone Connection.
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
General and 8peclal Machine Pattern
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
KinSEI t III. j
; )'— i
Coal in any quamiTy | I
. af jj,e Lowest ( I
HI 0 011 Market Prices |
! Yard; New Brunswick Ave., ami ()
IjChlKh Valley Crosstuir. O
1 Tel. 51. Perth Amboy, N..I. >)
S h::.: ■ i
For Sale Cheap!
One set automobile tires.
Hyman Shragovitz.
Lock Post Office BOX 78
Foleys honiy^tar
itopith«co«tfh*Bd he«lilung*

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