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■ ■ S This Store Closes To night at 8 o’clock : ^“-—OCTOBER—j ] Blanket ■ Opportunities j Heavier bed coverings may not lie essential to comfort just g Jat present, but a month hence they’ll be in demand. 1 he oppor- j tunity is this week given you to anticipate your Blanket needs. No ■ S matter whether you wish all wool, part wool or all cotton—W e 5 jj have them, the stock is perfect, choice, fresh and has a nicely as- j S sorted lot of borders. _______: At 49c 10-4 Cotton Fleeced Blankets • in white and grey, with fancy i borders of red or blue. | At $1.00 5 11-4 Fleeced Blankets, good weight, full size, white and grey assorted borders —worth fully a third more. _ At 1.50 11 -4 Cotton Blankets of unus ual weight, in white, and grey, fancy combination borders of all colors. _^_ At 2.98 10-4 Wool Blankets, this lot is g of all grey with blue borders; g good weight and splendid quality ■ At 3 98 | 10- 4 Wool Blankets, this lot g is of all white, with fancy bord- g ers of red, of exceptional values g can’t be duplicated. At 4.50 ! ■ 11- 4 Fine Wool Blankets, in g both grey and white, very heavy g neat borders and of selected g stock. _-- ■ llll -—-m Women’s Flannelette Wrappers. Heavy li -eced lined Flannelette Wrappers, made in the best possible manner, 5 I and in the finest patterns shown this season. Wo are showing without a doubt ■ ■ a line that is larger and contains a more select assortment of patterns than can ■ S he found any where in this city. I --:-:-—- I At B5C I Flannelette Wrappers, good ■ quality, neatly trimmed, wide 5 flounce on skirt, large assort ■ ment of colors. | At 98c S Flannelette Wrappers, well 8 made, yoke trimmed with tucks, [ full back, flounce skirt, waist I lined and quality good. A.I 1530 5 Flannelette Wrappers of excel- 3 lent quality finest workmanship, 3 neatly trimmed, flounceskirt, good ■ lining, fine selection of colors. ATT49 I Flannelette Wrappers, fine 5 quality good colors,yoke of tuck- « ed black sateen, with rufflle of 5 black and white embroidery,deep 3 flounce on skirt. ■ ,. = -- E REYNOLDS & HANSON) ■ m 128 and 130 Smith Street / Phone 108 - PERTH AMBOY. | Store closes at 8:30 every ev ening, Saturdays at 10. PERTH AMBOYS’ BEST Gloak and Suit Department offers the most comprehensive line of Misses’ and Childrens’ Coats, at a price within the reach of every ones’ purse. Plain cloth Velveteens, Zib elines and mixtures in ages from 2 to 16 years varying in price from 9.50 down to.. 1.98 A beautiful line of walking and Dress Skirts, this seasons’ best and latest models in Broadcloths, Venetians, Serg es and Camel’s Hair Suitings, from 12 00 down to... ...1.75 (See window display) 6reenbaum$’ Department Store .400 State Street.... TELEPHONE 89 K. SORENSON GOES OVER. Accused of Many Robberies was Unable to get the Required Bail. Christian Sorenson, who was brought here from Plainfield, charged with being implicated in some of the recent robberies in this city, was taken to New Brunswick this morning. Sor enson was held for $200 bail. He claimed he could raise the amount, but after waiting much longer than usual, for him to produce it, he was taken to the county jail where he will be held for the grand jury. SHOT A DOG. Policeman John Wood shot a dog this morning, belonging to John Poul son, of 248 Prospect street. The dog had been sick for some time and it was killed at the owner’s request. THE LOSS OF PROFIT] Hurts, but the clothing is here to be sold. It’s going to be sold if we don’t make a I penny on it. For the next week we sell our snappy stylish ready make clothing at I cost. We always give you more than you expect, but at this sale you get double E value in dressy clothing. IH Suits in fancy worsteds, cheviots, scotch m ^ yv I ilU mixtures and oxfords, serge lined in the *f I 1 | newest tight fitting military shape. They f ■ 1 1 I H look like 15.00 suits, this sale I I V/ h in Suits elegantly made in all the fancy wor- | I™ steds, cheviots and scotch mixtures, ele- II I I gi gantly tailored, swell finished, good 'I III & enough for the most particular dresser w ■ V/ [ _ i !l||! Suits, the cream of our stock, finished like custom mude I j lw garments, all the best kinds of goods, ■ ■ _ cut in approved styles, broad should- | | Ml ers and tight fitters, a suit that will. I I | § I just do the best dressers. X 1 ■ m Overcoats, and our overcoat at this price j“ f\ 0 i IU is a good one. Full 52 inches, loose W I 1 B | back, in oxford or melton, this sale yj I L. RIEGS, Olotluiers and Custom Tailors i Cor. Smith and King Sts. j I WE EXPECT j # TO HAVE i l 50 Different ! f Styles « of PARLOR, LIBRARY, DINING ROOM and HALL LAMPS on exhibition in Our Store between now and Saturday. P ( ; yjaldsmar Krause ! •'58— ; 5 SMITH STREET. S JI Near High St. ^ • . CHOOSING AN EDITOR. The “Echo” High School Publication will Appear Again Soon. J The “Echo,” published by the High School last year, is to reappear. This paper was issued twice and proved very successful. At the beginning of this term there was some tnlk of start ing it anew, but other subjects hold ing the student’s attention, nothing more was said until a week ago when Miss Vaughan asked each member of the Junior and Senior classes to look up data and be prepared to write an article “For” or “Against the Re tention of the Westminster.” This morning the classes wrote an article on this subject. In addition there was an extemporaneous article on one of the following three subjects, Football, Basket ball, Nature’s Beau ties. The student who prepared the best articles is to be editor of the “Echo.” As soon as the papers can be examined, the result will be given out. The remainder of the staff will be chosen later. Mr. Edmund De Monseigle will continue in his office as business manager. Mr. DeMon seigle proved so efficient last year that he was requested to hold the position this year. LOCAL ITEMS. Raymond Keys, of the United States navy visited his friends on Brighton avenue. Joseph Quick, of Market street, is having the interior of his house, on Brighton avenue,'painted and papered. Little Helen Donehue, of 157 Bright on avenue, who has been confined to her home with illness, is convales cent. The engagement of Neilson Smith, of Park avenue, to Miss Mary Dvpp, of Washington street, is announced. Miss Katherine Anderson, of Jersey City, is visiting South First street friends. Miss Elizabeth Ryan, of Bucking ham avenue, who has been in Titus ville, Pa., for six months, returns to Perth Amboy this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder, of 175 Madison aveniie, will leave this week for Scranton, Pa., for a brief visit. DONOVAN —SMITH. The marriage of Miss Annie Smith to Dennis Donovan, both of Hartford street, took place at 0.JO o’clock this morning in St. Mary’s Roman Catho lic church. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan will reside in Perth Amboy. A BIRTHDAY PARTY. A very pleasant birthday party was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Bath, of 129)4 Brighton ave nue, yesterday afternoon, in honor of their little daughter Edith. It was the anniversary of her fifth birthday. The little one received very many beautiful presents. Refreshments were serve'*. RENEWING ACQUAINTANCES. Ferd Reed, who had part of his right foot taken off after having it run over by a Central railroad train at South Amboy, several weeks ago, is in town today, for the first time since the accident. HAVE NEARLY RECOVERED. Richard Bolgti anu Herbert Ford are out today for- the first time since Thursday, October 1, when they were both badly burned by the explosion at the Central railroad station. They expect to returiA to work Saturday i [..we p jDici.1 a popularizing of Gold, Silver and jet effects such as has not been experienced for years. Not alone that we have the most up to-date Dress Goods, but an exclusive stock of Gold, Silver and Jet trimmings, buttons etc. -H -> -: The wise shoppers of Perth Amboy and vicinity are not slow in g H taking advantage of a good opportunity. Nevertheless we still ■ H have a good selection to choose from among the Sample man 9 tailored cloth Skirts at I 3 98 worth* 5,00 8 a P.S.—Remember Friday & Saturday, the Dress Goods exhibit at this store. MADAM RIVELY. lae Smith 8t., Hair Dressing, Shampooing, Scalp treatment corn treatment Manicuring and Massage •killfullv done for Indies at reasonable prices. AI<o scalp treatment Manicuring and corn treatment for gentlemen. Out of town engage ments by appointments. SAMPLES FQ v TALL SUITS^» Are Now In. Our line is as complete as any in the city, and we would be pleased to have you call and inspect them. STYLE AND FIT GUARANTEED. All work by experienced tailors. All repair work satisfactorily done. CHRIS. CHRISTOFFERSEN, 33 Smith Street, Tel. 193 ,t Perth Amboy, >JELS BJORNSEN Dealer Id Choice Family Groceries Provisions, Etc. Fresh stock constantly received or. Prospect aud Smith gts. CENT-A-WORD BRIOK HOUSE CORNERHigh and Gordon st. Price 15,000. Terms to snit. Lot 66x120, ten rooms, all im provements. A. M. Johnson, 89 Water street. 3498-9-14-tf WANTED-A GIRL to learn millin ery at J. Kreielslieimer, 117 Smith st. 3683-10-6-tf WANTED—Terra Cotta Draughtsman Stan dard Terra Cotta Wks. Perth Amboy N. J. IO-l4-4t FOR SALE—FRESH home made bread every dav at 172 Brighton avenue. Orders taken and delivered free. 3756-10-14-1 WANTED-TWO SALESMEN. Only those who can sell goods need apply. Singer Sewing Machine Oa., 49 Smith st. _ 10-13-3t A GOOD HOKSE for sale ((heap to a quick buyer. H. G. Stiles, coal yard, Main st., Tottenville. 3748-10-18-3t-3t.e.o.d. BOY WANTED—At Sexton's. __3752-10 14-1 ROOMS TO RENT—Steam heat; all improvements, L. L. Riveley, 108 Wood ave., Tottenville, S. I. 3697-10-8 tf FOR RENT—TWO FURNISHED rooms second floor front, 39 Gordon st. 3708-10-9-6 FOR SALE—SEVEN GOOD ~work horses. Apply to Sharrot Bros., Pleasant Plains,* N. Y. 3746-10-13-6 FOR RENT-STORE and three large rooms on State st. Enquire P. E. Gordon, 1 Miller sL 3633-10-l tf WANTED—SEVERAL persons of character and good reDutation in each state (one in this country requir ed) to represent and advertise old established weatlhy business house /-tf ortlirl f nonnial ctnu/linr/ fiolavn $21 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in cash direct each Wed nesday from head offices. Horse and oarriage furnished when necessary. References. Jiuclose self-addressed envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build ing, Chicago,3302-8-18-tf FuK KENT—A BARN and stable, suitable for one horse. Enquire at News office. 3164-7-25-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 QU A R ANTEED BICYCLES $16. 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 BOARD lV)R ONE OR two gentle men, front room, all conveniences. 98 Gordon,'st. 8728-10-10-1 Telephone Call 69-A. -TRY OUR Boston Brown Bread its a change and one you’ll enjoyit. B- L. MARSH & CO., 121 Smith Street. Beal estate! Real estate! Read he bargains in special column on page 3. _ i Masterson’s Pestaurant Best in the county. Our Bill of fare is changed daily but our prices remain the same. Kitchen in charge of a first-class cliof. REGULAR DINNER . .35c W. J. MASTERSON, Prop. Ido not advertise any style of gold glasses for 3,60, and when you to me talk you into more, and be ides time and trouble * your eyes treat home. I fully guar antee all my work. F. J. MONAGHAN, Opt. 1>., Smith St , over Salz & Steiner’s store, Tuesday and Saturday, 1.30 to 7 p. m., side entrance, formerly 15 Maiden Lane, .N. Y. city. WHEN IN NEW YORK don't fail to l^rGafe Duesing PAUL SORENSEN, Prop 87 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK * Cafe and Dining Room Adjoining P. R. R. Ferry Stairs. At my office your eyes receive F H K K OF CHARGK an honest, thorough and scientific examination, by an Ocu list who has pradtic d eye-diseases for 25 years, and proper glasses fitted for 81.00 upward. Rep utation is what I am after, and vou can rel^ up on getting good, honest value for your money *s many readeis of this pape** wi 1 testify. Dlt‘ KKIGDKN; Oculist, *00 BROADWAY (near Fulton 8t.), N. Y., Room 202, over drug store. Hou*s9to6. ^ Hotel Central tsru‘S ( win 8,Liquors V NOW OPEN iSSctifr”. il! | S6DTT7TD Goofs retailed I . or 1 1 Ac. XV, at who.esule ^ Cor. State and Smith 81. prices. • • j M PINCH & BENNETT; I Painters, Paper Hangers, House I and Church Decorators. ^1 PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY. 12 Centre Street, Perth Amboy, N. i. We most respectfully solicit a share of your favors and guarantee satisfaction. ■■ - -.i 1 —■■■ "■ _ PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone No. 8 Engineers, Founders Machinists. General and Special Machine Pattern Boiler and Blacksmith Work. KinsEa mil I Coal * in any quantity j Bp J at the Lowest . P^ dJood Market Prices | ( Yard; New Brunswick Ave., and (j Lehigh Valley Crossing. ( ) ) Tel. SI. Perth Amboy, N. J. || For Sale Cheap! One set automobile tires. Hyman Shragovitz. % Look Post Office BOX 78 fOLEY$ffi)NFY™TAR itopo tho cootfh and h«sli lun|« ) ' ^ 'l..