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'he world’s ^ ft shoe for -best -women. I. C. MOORE CO Sole agents. 15 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. BWB P ga -w evd F? 5g-».-asasasHSESEag—■ s-.faj^i«^PMa>,asa!4a!M»seszgg3ciy*atsea»imM min in—.il ORGANIZED LABOR. I aW5»52SPH SK5S SSBE?£2SV»52S3SSV>7SaSBXC5aSeS»| jjil.i i "irm—n~i-1-iit—II Worcester, Mass., has a union of ypewriter girls and stenographers. Jo men are allowed to join. -o Labor Commissioner Ratchford, of )hio, says that the averago weekly IrningB in the large citios of this State is *4.83, and their living ex ienses*5.28 per week. Whose pros erity is it? 4 and & the labor rse for oduced in s have been _amuol Gomp Bisliop Spald . . -j osideut Gubbins, of the Bricklay and Stone Masons’ International n, makes the statement that the ational body' will absorb the rs, stone cutters and the stone ’ international union. J. Duffy, of East Liverpool, the youngest national presi ion in this country, years old when president of the ^rative Potters of otive Engineers elve members and now num the United States n 1887 the insurance yas established, conduct ssessment plan, and it has $12,000,000 in benefits to and orphans. iRAY COLORS DIAMONDS. Bonn Discovers Method of Glv Mtonos Any Color Clioscn. Also of DleuehlnB Them Annin. m Chicago the following dispatch eeo received: Predictions of a hen the brown diamonds In the of Edward, the Hope diamond and famous gems of the Kind can he [■ally duplicated at will were made C. Fuchs at a Chicago X-ray ex ;nt. station. Mr. Fuchs announced Iscovery of a precces by which ible to change a diamond to any chosen and make such coloration nent by the use of the Roentgen method consists In directing the through the subs tan ecu from which dor is to be obtained before the ouch and penetrate the diamond, is metals and chemicals have been o color the diamonds, and It has >und that by reversing the method, or may also be removed, thought by Mr. Fuchs that when i completely perfected his expert lie will be able to bleach yellow ids with caso. > Wash a White I.ttee Veil. tha veil Into a strong lather of soap and clean water and let It r for a quarter of an hour; then t out of the suda and squeeze It aklft$ care not to rub it. Rinse tn cold water, adding a drop ot liquid blue to the second water, ■eady some very clear, weak glim water or some thin starch or ster. • Pass the veil through this ar it by slapping; then stretch it rnly and pin It to dry on a linen having the edge aa straight aB e, and letting each scallop be fas wlth a pin. When dry. lay a if thin linen over it and Iron It wrong side.—American Queen. 1 ZION HOSTS^ REVOLT “Elijah I1L" Hears Multitude of the Faithful Murmur. “BACK TO CHICAGO!" IS THE CRY Zlonfftta, Tired of flic ‘<Prophot*nM Chid in kt nnd Sick From Lack of Proper Food, Wont to Re turn to the Windy City. NEW YORK, Oct. 23—The leaders )f Zionism, from “Elijah” liluisdf down lo tlu> lowliest deputy overseer, wore obliged to look meekly on while multi tudes of the faithful Began to take up the shout “Back to Chicago!” aud to start for the railroad stations. Dowie stamped and raged in vain. Weary nnd footsore with their pilgrim age among the unregenerate nnd af flicted with ills that failed to yield to treatment, they decided that little old Chicago was good enough for them nnd shed tears when nny one men tioned the stock yards or the drainage cannl. Here In New York ho lins been peev ish. querulous and Irritable, chiding alike the Just nnd unjust, until lie lias driven his own away from lilm and broken his power utterly. The specials will resemble liospltnl trains. Nearly 100 of the 730 wtio re turn to Zion are sick and will have to be taken to the trains In ambulances or carriages and nursed on the way home. Tlio illness of many of these is declared to be due to improper food and lack of comfortable sleeping quar ters. It was predicted at Madison Square Garden even among the followers of “Elijah III.” that he would give up his attempt to “restore New York to Zion” and that the entire host would :tnkc its departure. • M’LAUQHLIN SPE>»X8. Say. Present Cmnivdwn Is One «f Decency Crime. NEW YORK. 23.—War to tlio knife between JP(^MoI,aughlln. the veteran leader of the Kings county Democracy/ and Tammany Hall has |u«vn uuyiuifu uy mi. :uri>;uigimu 111 an Interview published with his np iprouffl. Mr. McLaughlin was asked whether rtfie action of the special committee in volved or would necessitate any change in his own attitude in the campaign. “Not In tho least,” was the answer. Continuing, he said: “I take back nothing that I have said and abate none of my desire to have the community roused in antagonism to all tho evils with which Tammany Is identified. “I see In tho present campaign that deeper than any political Issue lies the great mornl Issue of decency against crime, purity of life against ‘red light* *ftnV honesty In public office against graft. “It would he Impossible for me to give any countenance to what Tnm ! many is and is doing without being false to tho people of Brooklyn, false to my own convictions and doubly faiso to the whole cause of good gov ernment.” Will Try I,:imrir nnd Eontnian Unnpr FREEHOLD, N. J., Oct. 23-Proso cutor John E. Foster of Monmouth county, N. J.. after consultation, 1ms announced that he would move the trial of the Indictment ngalnst David Lamar, “Monk” Eastman. Joseph Brown, Herbert Thompson and Ber nard Smith for actual assault upon James McMahon, Lamar's former coachman. When tho grand Jury found the original indictment against the men for eonsplrncy to commit the as sault it also found the ono which tho isimrcuuivr ^ruyuors iu uj, Weather Frobiabllltlon. Fair; high but diminishing northwest winds. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Closing Stock Qnotnttonx. Money on call nominally at 202% per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 6%@6% per cent. Exchanges, $192,030,509; balances, $9,026,816. Closing prices: AmaU Copper... 36% N. Y. Central...117% Atchison. 66% Norf. & West... 57 B & 0........... Tjf% Penn. It. R.118% Brooklyn R. T.. 3B% Reading . ii.% Ches. & Ohio_ 20% Rock Ifflunfl _ S% Chi. A Northw. 100% 9t. Paul .133 D A H.135% Southern Pac... $1% Erie. 57*4 Southern Ry_ 18 Gen. Electric... 148% South. Ry. pf... 71% Illinois Cen.131 Sugar .114% I,ackawanna-232 Texas Pacific .. 22% Louis. A Nash.. 100% Union Pacific .. 71% Manhattan.134 U. 9. Steel. 13% Metropolitan —106% U. 8 Steel pf... 59 Missouri Pac.... 90% West. Union ...81% Ifew York Markets. FLOUR—Steady, without much change; Minnesota patents. $4.6004.85; whiter straights. $3.9004.10; winter extras, $2.5o® 8 31; winter patents, $404.35. WHEAT—Irregular, December showing weakness add Mar reLutlfo strength op undoing of spreads; news of little Impor tance; December, 80®80%c.; May, 82", 83 1-16c. RYE—Steady; state and Jersey, 5(5® 58%c.' No. 2 western. Ii2%c., f. o. b,. afloat. CORN—Firmer on fhe approach Of cold weather west and Bteady oabloa; May, *8%®48%0. OATS—Nominal; track, white, state, 410 45c.; track, white, western, 41® 15c. PORK—Dull; mesa, $12.75013.50; family, $19. LARD—Bteady: prime western steam. 7c. BUTTER—Firm ; extra creamery, 21%c.; Btate dairy. 15020c. CHEESE—Quiet; state, full cream, fan cy. small, colored. ll%c.; small, white, Il%c.; large, colored, ll%c.; large, white, 11J4C. EGGS—Strong; state and Pennsylvania fancy mixed. 2iTe.; state and Pennsylvania seconds to firsts, 21024c.; western extras, 25c. HAY—Steady; shipping. 00070c.; good to choice, 80® 00c. __ Live Stock Market. CATTLE—Market steady; choice, $3.33® 5.56: prime. $5.1005.23; fair, $3.6004.15; veal calves. $707.75. HOGS—Market higher; prime heavy, (5.9006.96; mediums. $5.9509; heavy York- 1 ••rs. $6.9006.95; light Yorkers, $37005.80; pigs. $6.3005.50; roughs. $40 3.80. STIEEP AND LAMBS-Market steady; prime wethers. $3.7003.85; culls and can- I mon, $1.50@2; choice lambs, $5.3005.50. I L I I Tim Grand Central Meat Market] 309 State St. Tel. 80 J I Thrifty people will read this ^ with joy. Pocketbooks will fl smilingly fly open, for we are ■ making you offerings this I week in which yon get the I value of your money and con- I siderable more. Arguments fl are unnecessary'. 3 POUNDS Bologna wl icg. 12c goods, or Lamb Chops ■ Legs of Veal Pork Roasf 2 POUNDS Loin Chops Veal - ] i I Prime Bib, 12c and 14c | FrESH HAMS, CHICKENS, SALT PORK, PIGS FEET, ETC. | ”notice Look for our acl, Monday night, wo arc going to insti- i tutc two special sales on Tuesday and Saturday each S week. It will bo to your advantage to look after our || offerings. CtlrloTi.i Sui>)‘rst<( inn. A correspondent of the "Field” men tions a curious superstition respecting boes dying on the deaih of their owner. "I have been,” he writes, “to the salo of the effects of a gentleman who died about a fortnight since. In the cata logue three stocks of bees were en tered for sale, but when the man went to move them out they were all dead. This Is the third tftnc I have person ally known such an occurrence.” lion lit* Ivnow. Simpkins—How Is it that you are al ways dressed to suit the weather and Carry an umbrella at the right time? I read the government Indications care fully, but I get left. Tlmpkins—Oh, I don’t bother with the forecasts. Clot a hotter scherno than that, Simpkins—What Is it? Tlmpkins—My wife. Always get her opinion and do just the reverse.—N. Y. Tlme3._ Railway Accidents In Holland. Railways in Holland are so carefully managed that tile accidental deaths on them average only one u year for the entire country. Rraxlt's ColTee Crop. Brazil’s crop of e jffee this year equals fifteen-sixteenths of the wurld's con st) tmUlotv The International War, The Father—When do you want to marry my daughter? The Lord—Oh. just, as soon as you can raise the cash.—Town Topics. In After Vesr», WIfa—You used to say I was beautiful. Have 1 changed? Husband—No, but I have since I joined church.—Chicago Daily News. Well Placed. ->• "Bob seems to be always In hot water.” “Well, that'E the place for a lobster.”— i Brooklyn Llfft. Kind Nut I'nconunun. Gentleman—You can’t work on ac oouut of paralysis! Nonsense, you look as stroug as I do. Tramp—Well, ye see, boss, It's paral ysis of do will dnt I'm troubled wit’.— Town and Country. Hrirninw* off Knv;ltHhm(*n. Of the 41.000,000 people in England, more than half of them livo on an In come of less than ?12 a week, and tho earnings of 7,000,000 of this number do not exceed $3 a week for the family. Friendly luggrttlon. Blgg3—I’m proud of my family tree. Diggs—You ought to whitewash it "Whitewash it! What for?” "To keep the insects off.”—Chicago Daily News. miwmmm wiwim—twui ^ttna^miWTMMiHigrmnin^iwL miii hbw COLUMBIA S. Kish -HALL- Prop. | SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 . ■■■■ —■■■■■ii—h ■■ i.,.; r..l.lu.«.ul, l ——————— BIGGER and BETTER Than Ever, DON’T FAIL to attend the Tramp Feast at Columbia Hall Saturday night. ANOTHER’BIG BILL HARD TO BEAL BYRON & BLANCHE,Joccenrric comedy sketch artists TheMALCOHNS. It is to laugh. HQWARD3& HARRIS, the comedian and soubretto. . ADAMS,£EVA AND ADAMS, the red hot fire, I and HAPPY. HOOLIGAN.__F "WA.TCEI for the finish of this show. j , SEEj the TRAMP FEAST. —r--r~i 322 STATE STREET TELEPHONE 14-w i ___ BRANCH STORES: 518 State Street, - Telebhone 31-L 247 New Brunswick Avenue, Tel.l09-w Jos. Polkowitz& Bro. HOW JAPS PLAY KEN. Old Game Give* Hello* of For Knsl Opportunity to IJlsplny Their Beautlfnl Httiitls. In its most widely practiced form the basis of tbe Japanese game of lien is that the fully outstretched hand signi fies paper: the fully closed hand, a stone: and two flegors alone extended, the rest being closed, scissors. Each of the players, says the Japan Mail, counting one, two, throe, throws out his hand, at the moment of pronuncing three, and the out whose manual symbol Is superior to that of the others, according to the the ory of the game, was the trial. Superiority is determined on the hy pothesis that, whereas scissors cannot cut a stone, they can cut paper, and whereas paper is cut by scissors, it can wrap up a stone. Consequently scissors is in ferior to stcr.c, but conquers paper; stone is inferior to paper, but conquers scis sors, and paper is inferior to scissors, but conquers, stone. There are innu merable varieties of the game—for It if not a mere method of determining a dis pute of priority—and they are con stantly added to by ingenious your.g la dies, the dancing-girl class especially who play it with exquisite grace and Ju dicious enhancement of beautiful hands and arms. Mniter of OrtliiuKvnpIiy. "And what 13 your first name, Mr. Peck?” asked the directory canvasser "It was •Claude’ before 1 Jumped the matrimonial hurdle,” replied the scanty haired Peck. . , "Am I to understand that marriage al tered your name?” queried the circctoij “jvj—t)o, not exactly,” replied the ilc tim of circumstances, “only I spell It ‘C-l-a-w-o-d’ now.”—Cincinnati Enquir er. . _ AT LOWEST HATE ON SHORTEST NOTICE • ON SMALLEST PAYMENTS Perth Amboy Loan COMPANY Branch of New Brunswick Loan Co. Room 15 Sclieuer Building Cor. Smith Street and a—u ■ New Brunswick Ave , r Brill HITipuy, IN. I, Hours: 8 u. m. (ill 0 p. m. P. S.—If you cannot call, drop us a line, and upon receipt of samo our represent-;; *" ativo will call at your house and ex plain terms, eto. c No Charoo Unless Loan Is Made. T i ■ 2 ■ "BEE HIVE," sh5S4rS«^ NEWARK, j STORE OPEN UNTIL to 1\ M. SATURDAYS " f. __ . \ ( , } Interested In Sweaters? « ' • r They’re the personification of comfort and warmth—no long .. . er a luxury, but an absolute necessity for those who are obliged to be out of doors a great deal. We’re showing by far the most complete assortment hereabouts—quality all that could be desired —prices to suit all sorts of tastes. Less than you’d expect to pay we’ll wager. Here’s how the story runs: Men’s Wool Sweaters, 1.50 to 4.50. Boy’s Wool Sweaters, 1.00 to 3.00. Misses’ Wool Sweaters, 2.00 to 2.98 Women’s Wool Sweaters, 2,25 to 6.50. be IL. S. Plant ft Co. Zi: Newark. | £- ! Free Deliveries. ■ w»m —m ■■■«■»———fin———Bwni ■ mammmmmmmm mmKmmmmmmmwmmmmmtm The largest and best Capaiie equipped furniture and » carpet house in the State r .1 This is what we. claim for our establishment. Take our Carpet Department, it is 65x100 feet in extent, and no matter what you may need in floor cover ings they will be found here, from the beautiful Gobelin & Savonerie high pile fabrics to the ordinary hemp and rag carpets, the selection is great. Do not go elsewhere for your floor coverings. We will save you money and give you the best satisfaction right lie/e. We quote a few prices from our Rug stock: f Size 9x12 Kasmir Rug, fine pattern, elegant quality, worth 21.00, sale (price. 16.75 Size 9x12 Reversible Brussels Rug, worth V 15 00, sale price.j/'. 11.75 , Size 9x12 Axminster Rug, worth 30.00, sale price..1. 24.75 , MCMANUS BROS., Furniture, Carpets nntl Pianos. ' STOVES AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD COODS 105, 107, 109 FIRST ST., uf* ELIZAEIETH, N. J. T.