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». IIBl I MU IHfclll il III > I'l liliWI Hill II il II II ■■IIMIMIIil THE MONSTER REMANT SALE Starts with renewed strength tomorrow morning. The hundreds and hundreds of women who thronged this store the first day of this Remnant Sale made the vast piles of remnants vanish quickly, but we have hundreds and hundreds of remn.mts left from the clearing sale which were not ready for the first day. Tomorrow They’ll All Be Ready! :i TABLE NO. I 5c yd. > Remnants of Calicce>, Linings, Towelings, etc. TABLE NO. 2 7c yd. * Remnants of Flannels, Flannelettes, Ginghams. Percales, Linings, etc. TABLE NO. 3 9c yd. Remnants of Silkolines, Ginghams, Flannels, etc. TABLE NO. 4 12c yd. Remnants of Dress Goods. Linings, and Flaunels. ’ Unusually Important for You to Attend This One Day Event. Judge the items by those mentioned here— and come early tomorrow. yard- -An odd lot Dress Trimmings, sold I up to 15c and 19c yard—Odd lot Embroideries, various I widths, sold up to 25c I9fi yard—Odd lot of Veilings, Dress Trim ly® mings and others sold up to 49c — Men’s, women’s and children’s Golf and Cashmere Gloves, worth 29c --- ■ifiii Men’s, women’s and children’s Golf and Cashmere Gloves, all styles and colors, sold up to 59c OBm Au odd lot of men’s and boys’ Shirts, sold up to 69c 3Qfi Meu’s Outing Flannel Shirts, extra heavy, worth 59c Women’s Wool Eiderdown Bolero I Jackets, all colors, worth 29c 3Qa Men’s heavy fleece lined and natural wool Shirts and Drawers, worth 59c -„-—r Odd lot of women’s Neckwear and Collars, sold up to 49c IQ* Children’s Toques, sold up to 29c A Qm Odd lot of children’s Underwear, i,uld np to 75c A ‘ • ....... H ' '' ’ V V The at Less Than HALF PRICE MILLINERY SALE Not one of these Hats will be left behind, if price will sell them. 49c For your choice of about a dozen Hats, sold up to i..so' 75c For your choice of about tweuty five Hats, various styles and shapes, sold up to 2,00 98c For your choice of about twenty five Hats, trimmed and ready-to-wear, sold up to 2.50 1.25 For your choice of about twenty trimmed Hats, sold up to 3 00 ^ 1.49 For your choice of about fifteen Dress Hats, nicely trimmed, sold up to 3-98.1 _ 2.98 There’s about fifteen Hats in this lot that sold up to 8.98 _ 3.98 You can pick here from about ten Hats, values dp to 9.98 .y : Ji , Table No. o.18c a yard Table No. H,.31c a yard Table No. 7.43c a yard Table No. N .59c a yard Table No. i).75c a yard Dress (iooels, Silks, Velve ts ami,many others. _ Extra Special Vour choice from about 15, Women's Loaf; and Short Coats, worth up'to U.lis at 3.79 T ~~~ Jos. Brack 132 Smith St. ; v/’t Shoes and Rubbers... 's\w Ladies’ Shoes in pjt.nt leather, vici kid and ’ gun metal, single and I-V djuble soles, all the latest styles, prices 2 00 to 3 50 Ladies' Wool Lined Shoes, vici kid, ^single ai.d double sole, prices I 00. I 25.1.50 and 2.00 We also have a lull line of Men's, Ladles' and Children's Arotlcs, Alaskaa and Rubbers. 7*7 SPECIAL mk Low Prices In a full line of Watches, Diamonds an< Jewelry, at the lowest city prioes. Ai nis guaranteed as represented. IIMCIB- 09 Smith S|t &. Poo I • Merry Christmas Have you seen our window display? We have something '.o suit old and | young. Table Cutlery, beautiful Carv ing Sets, Children's Sewing Machines, 1 Skates, Kitles, Tool Sets, Flexible ; Flyers, and Si’.f Busting Roasters. MAX SEMEtt’E 368 State St. Tvrell’s Block. ToL 1 <>'->-K-2 Puzxle for Ccrean Seers. A good deal of curiosity wup aroused a few days ago near the office of the Chosen Shim]K) by the birth of a Uit ten <*tth two heads and three eyes. The Corenns. who are very suiterstl tious. are wondering what tills por ; tends.—Corea Daily News. — Flower is a Freak. At Stonington, Conn., Dr. C. O. i Maine has a curiosity in his hothouse i lit the shape'of night-blooming cereus, | which, instead of opening its blossoms j 1 in the evening, according io the regu lar custom, takes the daylight to dis- | | play its flowers. __ Weddings Far Between. The first bride, for it years is a i record, isn’t it? it happened In West ! Bridgewater, near Boston, recently, , wlw*n (tie ftry: church werldinc in the 1 Unitarian church since 1802 took mace. Improving the Zoo, New York authorities are carrying | out a scheme tor giving each class of i animals a scenic background reminis j cent of its native habitat. So; by nuil : by. the zoo will be not only a menag ! eric, but an art gallery. “Lake Dwellings.” ‘Lake dwellings'' mean dwellings , built on supports over the water of a I lake. The name was ilrst applied to . dwellings found at. the bottom of lakes | in Switzerland, which contained relics | of the stone. Iron and brass ages. Hardest of Hard Luck, j! “Some men," said Uncle Eben, II complains about, 'hard luck,’ when all j dat's to blame is deir own foolishness. But, after all, dar aiti’ no harder luck ! dan bein' bon foolish." Uncle Ebcn’s Wisdom. I “Lots o’ people gives good advice," . said Uncle Ehen. “It's alius easier ! to prescribe mediciue dau it is to take it.” Knocking. Opportunity may never knock but .1 once, but others will do . enough to '! make up for it. Comfortl?Mfhought. ) If the poor cannotniways gel meat, , nau canno aiwj... 4 i.. MOORE’S] _ 8 Big Shoe Sale Ends Tills Saturday. | Cut prices ou all unsold winter stock of 5 Walk-Over, Dorothy Dodd and numerous, | other strong selling lines. MONEY SAVED BY BUYING NOW Dorothy Dodd, 3.10 calfskin shoes for women, cut to.3.48 Sussex, 3.50 leather lined vici shoes for meu, cut to.. ..3.48 Women’s Gold Medal 2.50 calf skin shoes, sale price.1.98 “Try Me” 2.00 women’s calf shoes, sale price .1.50 Walk-Over box calf shoes for men, cut to..,,.3.38 Women's and children’s Felt Juliets and warm-lined Shoes at cost. Boston’s Hip Rubber Boots.3.93 Women’s and Children’s 2-buckle Arctics and Alaskas, I.CE. MOORE CEO. 85 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. ■ ' Good Things to Eat Pure and Clean We guarantee the purity of everything wc sell and always have done so. It is no new thing with us and requires no special exploitation at this time. Prices, too, are lowest —and always have been. SPECIALS Prep. Buckwheat, 3 pkgs 25c Mother’s Oats, 3 pkgs.. 25c Sugar Corn, 3 cans .25c 9 Pure Syrup, quart.10c Heinz Dill Pickles, hot 12c Store closes 7 p. in. every .evening except Saturday. M. J. Olsen Ca*li Grocer GREENBATJM’Sj PRE-INVENTORY STOCK-DEDUCING SALE Ends Saturday Night Take <ull advantage of the few-remaining days of this profit eliminating I ‘ opportunity. I 30 flreen Stamps Free! sented with a purchase I f of one dollar’s worth of merchandise or over during our Pre I Inventory Stock-Reducing Sale, will entitle you to 30 Green ( ' Stamps free._Gmuxbapm s Children’s Dresses Here are dresses charming and low priced—made to relieve you of uuecessary worry, ; ' ..._ CHILDREN’S DRESSES Sailor blouse effects, emblem on collar, navy, red, 6 to 14, all lined, best Cashmere, $2.39 and $2.2a values, special at #1.79 CHILDREN’S DRESSES Hnlt, blue and white Cashmere. 11 stile yoke, braid and gold button t trimmed, t to 4, $1. 30 values, spe cial ntr 88c CHILDREN'S DRESSES All wool Cashmere, fine tucked yoke, navy, cardinal and brown, lined all through, newest models, perfect fitting garments, $2.08 values, special at #19.1 CHILDREN’S DRESSES Neat wool mixed checks, 6 to 14, very wide hem, herringbone braid trimmed, lined all through, were $1.00, special at 77c CHILDREN’S DRESSES Shepherd plaid wool material, trimmed -with red braid and but tons, sizes H to 14, $1.75 values, special nt $12» CHILDREN’S DRESSES Best all wool Cashmere, brown, navy and cardinal, yoke front of peau de soie, collar and body trim med with black velvet braid and medallions. « to 14, $:s.G0 values, special at . 09 Hosiery, Children’ Knit Underwear These are articles you need every day, so why not lay in a suDply to last you for awhile. The immense savings are apparent at c glance: - - - - - -- Women’s Vests at .19c Ribbed, heavy fleece lined vesta and pants, sizes 3 to 6, regularly sold at 25 and 29c. Special 10c. Children’s Wool Vests & Pants In natural grey, white Austral ian wool, and medicated scarlet wool, beginning with size 16 at 25c. rising 5c. on each larger size. Children’s Stockings at .. .18c Celebrated BLACK CAT BRAND df boys' and girls’ stockings, triple Wnees, double soles, raedtum, heavy and light, weights, sizes 5 to 11. Every pair is warranted to outwear two, pairs of any other 25c. stockings on the market. Special at IKr. Pair. . Women’s Wool Underwear at ..75c That we are selling usually at *1,00. Vests and pants, of natur al grey wool, shaped vests, in all sizes, from 32 to 46. Don’t hesi tate. Special at 78c. a Garment. Children’s Combination Suits at.21c Fleece lined, ribbed suits, sizes 1 to 6, good values at 35c. Spec ial at 31c. Women’s Hose at .7c Fast black, seamless stockings that are worth 12V4c. 8% to 10. Special at 7c. a Pair. Infants’ 25c Wool Hose at. .13c Best cashmere valley yarn, silk heels and toes, black only, 4 to 6. Special at 18c. Pair. 1400-402 State St. - Telephone 89-Rl * ^oi^w«otwWBwiw>a»w>«nwwnt»«wiK<«Pi^iiBn*><«r u<aqwB*gaapnB»wnij.i. ----iJ-y" ].£*$;: ‘ . * I i H |RK • '■;.; • ' '••v- •. . ;yy Buying If Here Means Safety you need 1 | NOT BE WEALTHY i to enjoy al! the comforts of a cozy borne. OUR LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS give every honest man an opportunity to live in comfott. The wage earner is as welcome here to credit as his wealthier neighbor. We do not make any distinction or show any favoritism. EVERYBODY GETS A SQUARE DEAL HEhE. [January Clearance Prices are creating hundreds of the choicest bargains. ONE MORE WEEK and the opportunity is past. DON’T DELAY! Come now and select your Furniture and save I from 25 to 50 per cent from former prices. January Bargains. January Bargains. Iren Beds and Bedding This Special Outfit only 9.98 ? • ?.• *•••!•;,. '« 1 Iron Bed, full sizs; 1 Irou Wire Spriug; 1 Combination Mattress; 2 Peatocr POlows; 1 Comfortable. flea price 15 00 NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED. WEEKIV PAYMENT 50c 20.00 lion Bed red. to 13.50 16.00 “ “ '•< 11.50 12.00 “ “ “ 7.9a 750 “ “ " 498 $75 Brass Bed red. to 47-50 i $65 “ “ “ 42.50 i $60 “ “,r “ 36 75 $50 11 “ " 31.50 I The |(jl!2I! Ot/r Mid-Winter /Clearance Sale offers numerous bar gains in wearing ap parel for men, women and children. Startling reductions in every department. Men’s Suits ; and Overcoats in a large variety of styles, elegantly tailored, prices u p from 4.98 Boys’ add Children’s Suits and Overcoats at greatly reduced prices. Rubber Boots, Over shoes, Arctics, Felt Boots The best makes—lowest prices. Sharp Reductions in Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s Coats. Ladies’ Flannelette Petticoats at 23c A Grand assortment of Fine Furs at 50c on the dollar. Hyman Wedeen 225-7 Smith Street. riiBiiiiiiiinnimnni , Great j j Clearance j Sale i j Now Going On! I — AT_ ! ! B. GOLDMAN’S | ; s 5 DEPT. STORE S s « 233 Smith Street, § ! Corner Oak. 8 j Don't Miss It. Tel. 334-W ■ tv—wrasnHnnMniwniiwwnwnoM MONEY! When In need of money call on New Brunswick Lean Company, RELIABLE MONEY LENDERS. Quick Loans on Fur niture, Pianos, &c. Is Our Specialty—Without Removal. $10 AND UPWARD By8t?,m 18 simple, easily ex plalned, easily understood. Payments “•jj1 a aPP'icaEts. „™al discount on accounts set tled before time expires. Information tree. All business strictly private. ^Money same d«v—nothing deduct. Established Years ( iOur Reference.) Call, borrowing elsewhere.