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Store closes tonight at 6 o'clock
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interestiinig news [
From Our Upholstering Department.
Lace Curtains, Portieres, Door Panels, Table Covers, and beautiful S
assortments of yard goods, all crowned with the spirit of newness. 5
Have you purchased yours yet? If not, don’t do it until our lines 5
have been seen, unless you are indifferent about making selections g
from Perth Amboy’s most beautiful showing. Quality is a first con- -j
sideration of course, but we’ve given an unusual amount of atten- S
tion to design this season and think they couldn’t be prettier. S
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2 Curtain Swiss—Fine sheer quality, in
dotted stripe and figured effects,one
S yard wide, sold regularly for 12$e per
5 yard, special at. 9c
S Silkaline—T his season’s choice pai
terns, in ail colors, good quality, 36
■ inches wide, regular price 12'.c per
g yard, special at. 9c
3 Fancy Cretonne—and denim, in ligiit
or dark colors, lloral and stripe paj
g terns, 32 to 36 iuches wide,regular 15c
■ per yard, special at . 10c
2 Tambour Muslin—All _ new, clean
goods, with center figure and ern
• broidered border oftects, neat designs,
3 worth 17c per yard, special at... I2}C
i Lace Curtain —Nottingham laces iu g
all-over Moral patterns, lock stitch g
! edges, regular 1.00 per pair, special S
! at. 75c ■
Tapestry Portieres—made of hand- S
some tapestry, beautiful designs, 5
rich colorings, deep fringe, worth 3.50 ■
per pair, special at. 2.98 g
Table Covers, mile of tapestry, in S
Moral and oriental designs, revcrsi- g
ble, 2 yards square, fringe all around, g
worth 1.50 each, special at.\.V- 119 5
Lace Curtains—00 inches wide to the g
pair, 3 yards long, Nottingham laca S
in a variety of pretty patterns, regular S
1.75 per pair, at. 1.25 g
I Misses’ and Children’s Dresses. I
Dainty frocks, in all the pret- 5
tiest and most becoming of this ■
season’s styles and materials 5
trimmings and workmanship, fit 3
and finish faultless, mothers will 3
find our assortment of girls’ 5
dresses up to the highest stand- *
ard of perfection.
at 98c
Girls’ plaid Dresses, with plain color ■
yoke, nicely trimmed with white 3
braid, good assortment of colors, sizes 3
(i to 14 years.
at 1.49
Girl’s plaid Drosses, exceptional val- J
ne ne ar plaids nieeiy trimmed, good 3
colors, sizes 0 to 14 years,
at 1.75
Girls’ plain C islimere Dresses, good 3
quality, well mads, trimmed neatly. 3
desirable colors, sizes 6 to 14 years. S
at 2.75
Girls’ Cashmere Dresses, extra good 3
quality, silk yoke, trimmed witli 3
braid and buttons, wide assortment in 3
plain colors, sizes 6 to 14 years.
(REYNOLDS & HANSON)
128 and 130 Smith Street
1'Phone 108 PERTH AMBOY, j
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PERFECT
HARMOWY
NEVER COMES
FROM A POOR
PIANO .
If your piano does’nt
sound well, come and see
us about it. We've got
the one that will suit you.
If you are going to pur
chase one call and see us,
as we have several kinds
at moderate prices.
Music Boxes
Talking
Machines
and all the latest
SHEET MUSIC
pit Musical
Go.
ITH ST.
CREDIT
if OUR FALL LIE I
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I i of Stiff Bosom, |
| white and ... §
j I colored. I
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Our $100 Shirts cannot be
equalled at the price. . .
Call and see them before
purchasing wlsewhere.
:j. HrHOPE&Coj
77 S^mitli Street.
1 Agents for Hawes’ $3.00 Hats, *
I American Steam Laundry. ■
■ Sol. Rubeustnin, Howard Hope I
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Died From FloIm1 rl lliillpt Wound.
ALBANY, N. V.. .(li t. 8. Thomas
Brower, aged fourteen, is dead at the
Albany hospital from the effects of a
Flohert rifle bullet wound received in
May, 1002. accidentally at the hands
of a playmate. The bullet lodged in
the boy’s spine, and for seventeen
months he has been in the hospital
practically motionless in a bath tub
of water and suspended on elastic
bands, lie was almost wholly para
lyzed and wasted gradually away.
A Choice Line of
MEATS
-AT THE
People’s Meal Met
322 STATE STREET
Oreenba urns’
Department Store
call special attention to their
exclusive agency in this city
of the celebrated : : : :
CRAWFORD SHOE
FOR MEN.
It is claimed for lliese shoes,that
they are in every way equal to the
best regularly atlve'ti*e<l 4 50 kind
tinder arty name. Mail" of vici kid,
velour, box and mirror calf, hand
welted shoes, uew winter Q CH
shape toe, at. 0 U U
.400 State Street.
TELEPHONE 89 R.
THIS IS A QUESTION.
The firm of Gannon & Sheehy,
Smith street, seem to be having a
great deal of trouble with the oval
plate glass which they have in their
show window. When they moved
into the store some weeks ago, they
were compelled to wait until two
weeks ago when the glass arrived.
Upon the opening of the boxes it was
found that both plates had been broken
in transport, Thov were sent back to
the New \ork firm and yesterday two
other panes arrived. The contractors,
Donelme & Leavy, placed them in
position and everything was all right.
This morning, when the store was
opened it was found that one of the
panes had cracked and now the pro
prietors are asking how it could have
happened, and a notice in ♦he win
dow, “This glass is cracked. How it
happened, we do not know. Do you?”
a tracts attention.
TO BE MARRIED OCT. 28
Cards are out tor the wedding of
Adolph Koyen, of Madison avenue,
aud Miss Bertha Anderson, of North
Amboy. The wedding will take placo
at the home of the bride on Wednes
day, October 28. Both young people
are well known and very popular.
Mr. Koyen is in the employ of Will
iam Woglom, the Smith street butcher.
Dentil of a I.eailinir riiiongitan.
CHICAGO, Oct. S. William T. Baker,
ex-presidcnt and for many years a
prominent member of the board of
trade and one of the leading capital
ists of this city, lias died suddenly of
heart disease. Mr. linker was well
known in the grain trade throughout
the west.
Many Sailors Desert.
WASHINGTON. Oct. N. Reports for
September received at the navy de
partment show that there were during
that mouth 120 desertions from tin*
battle ship Maine, or one to every four
men of her crew.
InNiirventM Won* Dofrntnl.
SOFIA. Bulgaria. Oct. S. A large
band of Insurgents has been defeated
by the Turks near Godlevo. The losses
on both sides are report'd to havi
been heavy.
Shop by Phone, if You Can t Come.
| NEW WRAPPERS " I
I FLANNELETTE! I
The very word- “Flannelette” has a comfort able
sound! Ami the Wrappers! Well, they are the snug
gest things you can find in the way of home comforts.
The one at 98c is a good style, it has bishop sleeves
and deep flounce. Yes, and “Corset-lining,” we’re
especially partial to that lining, and so will you be,
because it gives you that much desired “dress fit,” we
have better ones at
1.25 to 2.98.
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ej9 166 ^MITH STREET ■
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Cor Madkon Ave., - j
P. S.—We give Stamps.
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Nttu MUnt nUUM
AT STATE PRISON.
There are 1,135 Convicts and Only
900 Cells—Law Piovides
a Cell for Each.
Trenton, Oct. 8:—The State Board
of Prison Inspectors met Tuesday and
a committee was appointed to report
on the proposed building of addition
al cell space.
Headaeepor Osborne reported that
there are now 1,185 convicts in the
prison and only 900 cells.
The law provides that there shall
be a cell for each prisoner. This pro
vision cannot be complied with.
The committee will investigate the
need and it is liaely that the coming
Legislature will be asked for an
appropriation.
The inspectors will meet October 22,
when bids will be received for prison
supplies for the coming six months.
BAKING POWER GO.
IS INCORPORATED.
Another Concern Located at Car
teret— Capatalized at
$250,000
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Special to Evening Sen's
New Brunswick, Oct. 8:—A new
company was incorporated here yester
day. It is known as the Warner
Baking Powder company. It is locat
ed at C.irtr ret and is capitalized at
$210,000. It commences business with
$1,000. Tne incorporators a e Cha ins
S. Jones, Seabury C. Nonstick and
Andrew W. Smith, all of New York.
L0( AL ITtZMS.
Mrs. F. R. Cor.klin and children
ret urned to their homo on State street,
after visiting out oi town.
Mrs. Samuel Grceiileni', of New
Brunswick, was visiting friouds and
relatives in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bath, of 33
Lewis street, entertained a party of
twenty-four friends and relatives from
Red Bank, Matawan and New York
City.
Mrs. Thompson, of 131 Brighton
avenue, is having a new fence put
around her residence.
William L. Jones, of 158 Brighton
avenue, has accepted a position with
the New Jeresv Central Railroad
company at Plainfield.
Miss Sophie Slobodion, of Carteret,
spent Tuesday in this city.
Mr. and Mis. D. Lewine, of New
Brunswick avenue, are receiving con
gratulations on the arrival of a little
boy, who made his appearance od
Monday morning.
Miss Lizzie Modenets entertained n
friend from New York on Sunday.
BICi STEAMER ARRIVES.
The big iron British steamer Men
non, Captain Howell Williamson,
arrived in port from Trinadad, this
morning, loaded with 3,700 tons of
crude asphalt for the Barber Asphalt
Company’s plant at Maurer.
LONG SHORE NEWS
The tugs Dudley Pray and Nemasket
are at Henan tz & Eckerts.
The three masted schooner J. .T.
Hanson, of Dover, N. H., is at the
Raritan Dry Dock Co.
The tug S. F. Sprague, of Newark,
is at the Perth Amboy Dry Dock Co.
BOSTON STORE {
* It is our contiguous Opening j
{ Day here. Every day brings s
\ new goods and styles in the l
$ various departments. $
£ Ladies’ Suits, the latest out
# 9 98 up
£ Fall Dress Goods, the tweed
4 mixtures have the say this
l Fall.
J 40 in. all wool Scotch Tweeds
l 49c
\ 54 in. all wool Scotch Tweeds
$ 98c
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Men’s heavy fleece lined #
Underwear, worth 69c, 45c i
Men’s Fancy Shirts, you know S
the quatity of this, our spec- J
ial shirt. .49c *
Men’s Flannel Night Shirts, £
extra full size... . 49c Z J
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WM. MURDOCH, i
? 72 Smith Street, Perth Amboy. * %
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WHEEL CAVED IN.
When one of the ice wagons owned
hy Edward Dorsey, was going down
Smith street, at the corner of Hobart
street, at 11.10 o’clock this morning,
one of the front wheels caved in. The
wagon was loaded. Another wagon
of the same firm came along and after
the ice had been transfered, the first
wagon was hauled to a repair shop, j
Bargains in real estate are to be
found in the real estate colmnn on
naee 2.
SAMPLES FOft
FALL SUITS^>
Are Now In.
Our lino iR as complete as any in
the city, and we would be pleased
to have you call and inspect
them.
STYLE AWD FIT GUARANTEED.
All work by. experienced tailors.
All repair work satisfactorily done.
CHRIS. C1IRISTAFFERSEN,
83 Smith Street, Tel. 19:1 ,i Perth Amboy,
\ELS RJORNSEN
Dealer in ^
Choice Family Groceries
Provisions, Etc.
Fresh stock constantly received
Oor. Prospect and Smith Sts,
CENT-A-WORD
BRICK HOUSE CORNER High and
Gordon st. Prioe $5,000. Terms to
snit. Lot 66*120, ten rooms, all im
provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water
street. 3498-9-14-tf
WANTED—A GIRL to learn millin
ery at J. Kreielsheimer, 117 Smith
st. 3683-10-6-tf
GIRL WANTED—FOR housework in
small family. Good wages. 18
Kearny ave. 3696-10-8-2
ROOMS TO RENT—Steam heat; all
improvements. L. L. Riveley, 108
Wood ave., Tottenville, S. I. I
3697-10-8-tf
FOR SALE—COMPUTING scale,
worth $55 to be sold at $40. Enquire
at 59 Hall avenue. 3691-10-8-3
BOARD FOR ONE OR two gentle-!
men. All improvements. 98 Gor
don st. 3690-10-8-2
FOR RENT-STORE and three large
rooms on State st. Enauire P. E.
Gordon, 1 Miller st. 8633-10-1-tf'
SALESLADY—Wanted for store. Ad-^
dress C.B. 3688-10-7-2L j
OFFICE TO LET—Inquire Mason 102
Smith St. 3687-10-7-2t.
WANTED—SEVERAL persons of
character and good reDUtation in
each state (one in this county requir
ed) to represent and advertise old
established weat-lhy 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
carriage furnished when necessary.
References. itncloso self-addressed
envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build
ing, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitanle for one horse. Enquire at
News office._3154-7-25-tf
HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist
sets are the popular thing. Orders
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
street. 7-17-tf
GUARANTEED BICYCLES iFsT
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. Sturtevant 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
The Annex Restaurant
113 SMITH ST.- adjoining Holel Genual.
NOW OPEN. Newly Fitted
Table de Hote and a la Carte.
Dinners 35c, from It a m.to2 p m.
I educed rate,s to regular Hoarders. Bill of fare
eh nged daily. W. J. Mas.croon. Prop.
Colonel Pope, of bicycle fame, re
cently said that the first essential to
business success is “advertising;”
that the second essential was “big .
advertising:” and the third, “bigger J
advertising” 9
I do not advertise any style r.f gold glasses for I
08,50, and when you come to me talk you into
more, and be ides
time and trouble
your eyes treat
at home. I fully guar
antee all my work.
F. J. MONAGHAN,
Opt. D.,
Smith St., over Halz <fc Steiner's store, Tuesday
and Saturday, 1.80 to 7 n. m.. side en»ranee,
formerly 15 IWa’den Lane. N. Y. city.
WHEN IN NEW YORK don’t fail to
lafSisrCafe Duesing
PAUL SORENSEN, Prop
87 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK
Cafe and Dining Room
Adjoining P. K. K. Ferry Stairs.
At my office your eyes
receive F K K K O F
C H A K G W 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. Hep
uratlon is wliat I am after, and *ou can rel r up* .
on getting good, honest value fo* your money- A
as many readeis of this paper wi 1 testify. DR‘
KKIGbKN; Oculist, *0O BROADWAY (near 5
Fulton St.), N. Y., Room 202, over drug store M
Hours 9 to 6.
MADAM RIVELY.
1B» Smith St.,
Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment
corn treatment Manicuring and Massage
Skillful lv done for Ladies at reasonable prices.
Also scalp treatment Manicuring and corn
treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage
ments by appointments.
: " 7“i ’i
Hotel Central sanL «
,,¥,WI wines,Liquors
NOW OPEN f^c^ar9 iu
Sr; to T rP ^ T T> Goor s retail ed
• ® Mr X X Zu Xj XV , at who esule
Cor. State and Smith St. prices. . . .
' PINCH & BENNETT;
Painters, Paper Hangers, House
and Church Decorators.
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. J.
We most respectfully solicit a share of
your favors and guarantee satisfaction.
L PERELMAN, Pawnbroker
WLadies 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
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone No. 8
Engineers, Founders
Machinists.
General and Special Machine Pattern
Boiler ami Blacksmith Work.
KinsEy & BRO.
> ) 1 ———
Coal gid in any quantity
' - . at the Lowest
||)ood Market Prices
Yard; New Brunswick Ave., and
I.<elilKli Valley Crossluic.
() Tel. Si. Perth Amboy, n . j.
For Sale Cheap!
One set automobile tiros.
Hyman Shragovitz.
Lock Post Office BOX 78
FOLErSHONEY^IAR
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