Opens 8:30 a.m.
Closes β p.m.
ι 10 p.m.
137 Smith St. Phone 1724 Perth Amboy
You Could Count At Least 50
Models In Wash Skirts
and find them all most charming models; pleats and pockets, belts and buttons
all very well made and workmanship first class
Gabardine Pique Repp Linen Poplin Cordelin
Plain white skirts, colored skirts and the most fascinating sport pattern skirts priced at
Middy Blow*» afoat smocks
Remarkably attractive and complete assortments in regulation Slip-on
and Coat Models but there are many others for choice.
Blouses such as are all the rage now—because these are smart looking
and practical, splendidly made of Galatea in all White or effectively
trimmed in Rose, Green, Maize, Orange, Copenhagen and Figured Materials.
Among the attractive features are: new shaped collars and pockets, yokes
smocking embroidery, stitching, belts and ties, sizes 16 to 20, women
36 to 44.
YOU NEVER PAY MORE AT THE BERLIN
ΒΑ ν lb Γ*
"Where Quality Rules
158-160 Smith Street Perth Amboy, N. J. I
WE STIIjIj HAVE A GOOD SlTrtjY OF
Women's Muslin Nightgowns
AT 59o EACH
Lower than you can buy the same quality of
muslin to make them. ΠΕ WISE; buy enough to
last you all summer. Real value today 7 5o each.
WITH "FRUIT OF THE LOOM," "HILL" AND
I/ON8DALE MUSLINS SELLING at 10c to 25e YD.,
'Sharp & Hanson Long Cloth
SELLS FASTER THAN EVEU,
No wonder. It won't shrink. Soft finish: abso
lutely free of any starch; Is full yard wide, and Is
far better than muslins.
Ten Yards In Every Plcee. Price $1.50 a Piece
We Are Still Selling "REAL GINGHAM"
HOUSE DRESSES at $1.00 each
Another item In which the materials would cost you more than the article ready-made. SO BUY NOW—
while we have them to offer. Sizes 84 to 44.
Odd Lot of Fancy Collars
26c and 60c collars slightly soiled—(food as new
after one washing.
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE
20x40 Inch Huck Towels
An all white heavy quality, closely woven Huck
Towel. Real value today, 2Be each.
SPECIAL PRICES ON
Girls' Gingham Dresses
To clean up stock we quote the following:
98c DRESSES at * 83o
$ 1.60 DRESSES at $1.19
$1.98 DRESSES at $1.59
Sizes β to 11 year·.
LOVERS OF ART NEEDLEWORK ARE
"DE - LIGHTED" WITH THE NEW
Royal Society Package
PRICED 25o to $2.00 EACH
Undor muslins, Shirt Waists, Children's Dresses.
Fancy Aprons, Scarfs, Centers, Cushions, Etc. Ev
ery package Jhe best of Its kind.
Women's White Sateen
Regular sizes $1.00 nnd $1.40
Extra sizes $1.25 and $1.50
Excellent quality sateen; rich lustrous finish, deep
p-tiffle flounce, patent self-conforming elastic waist
band—a skirt that fills every requirement for sum
Women's Silk Lisle Stock
. ings, 21c a pair
Fast black only; sizes 8V4, 9 and 9 ; evenly woven,
ttrong silk lisle, with reinforced toe, heel and double
at 9lc a yard
White grounds with pink, blue, maize or lavender
floral patterns; 27 Inches wide. Splendid quality,
"THE BIO STORE."
HXTH AVE- ISmTO Iftt »TWBtT
Umal Complimentary Green Trading Stampt Free Tomorrow
Distribution In Premium Parlor. 8th Floor. As many sets of ** Or*η Stamps as arereason
ably required for book» unfilled will be riven, but only one eet of any ^ Λ tou nlêaa?
100 Complimentary Stamp· good in any on· book, but you may etart ae many book· aa you ρ as ,
//ι ΓΛ/s Sate oT'
This is the annual mid-July sale, the event in which we plan to distribute thousands
of stylish and serviceable blouses at $1 each. MARKET CONDITIONS CONSID
ERED, THESE ARE THE BEST VALUES OF THE SEASON AT THE PRICE.
THE VARIETY OF STYLES IS EXTENSIVE ENOUGH TO SATISFY ALL
One inspection will convince you that the values are exceptional at $1.
ALL OF THESE BLOUSES ARE DAINTILY FASHIONED OF SHEER,
COOL. WHITE VOILE—TAILORED AND DRESSY EFFECTS. FOUR OF THE
MANY STYLES ILLUSTRATED.
New style features include deep square collars with lace edging and tucking; round
collars, lace and embroidery trimmed; double collar effccte; lace insertions and medal
lions; beautiful embroidery; cluster tucking; hemstitching; ties, etc.
No woman should neglect this opportunity to select a supply of blouses from these
new Summer stales at this low price.
Every size from 36 to 46 bust measure,
Addition· to Oar Sale of
Men's *1.50 & *2
Straw Hats at A
Another £00 hat· taken from
our reserve stocks and added to
the displays In this clearance.
Popular blocks In rough, fancy
and closely woven braids. All
Men's Genuine South
New blocks, extremely light In
weight, closely woven. Fifteen
shapes for your choice.
Every hat fresh and perfect.
(Regularly Panama Hats of
this quality are prloed at $4 and
Boys'85c to $1.65
Reduced for ThU Sale to
59c, 79c &
Annual July clearance. In which we
group thousands of aults at double
QUlok selling prices.
MOST POPUAR FABRICS AND
Very best kinds of suits for town,
country and seashore wear. The range
of fabrics Includes QALATEA, PER
CALES, MADRAS, DRILLS.
The styles embrace smartest Junior
Norfolk and Belted models, also Middy
styles and modified Russians. Plain
color·, tans, grays, blues, also stripes
and plain white. Sizes 1 H to I years.
Two of the styles illustrated In this
Women's & Misses' 39c Knitted
Combination Suits at
Perfeet-flltlng, fine, soft cotton comblnaUon suits, laoe trim
med at neck, shoulders and knee. Regular and extra sizes.
Women's 15c Cotton Vests at
Fins ribbed; mad· extra full and trimmed at neck and arm
holes. (Some have allffbt imperfections.)
For details of othmr malot «se our adoortioomont in today"* Evening World or Evoninf Journal.
Filled book· of "Sparry" OoU Stamps are redeemable for Μ.5Λ worth of merchandise in any department,
or for ·> to cash at the ϋνΓ Office on tfoe Fifth Floor. We give 2*τζ Qreen Trading Stamps aa annal. Ask for
them. Double H&C Stamp» till 13 o'clock. Single JkvC Stamp· thereafter, (tingle "«perry" &old Stamp· all day.
BY ΒΕΓΤΥ KRJWN
New York—A. fir m which *pec'a)lz-'
Efp on garments for mourning wear
continues to uso bla/Ok faille as the
conventional m.itorlai. Whilo trim
ming of any kin I \* considered cut
of place on a mourulng garment., the
liage sleeves and extra broad collar
are telling points of stylo in a very
handsome coat suit.
Although many fall suits have the
"tuyau" tube, or stralgj.it up-ar.d-down
line, those designed for mourning
tvear retain tho belt and full yklrt
;vhlch can navc-r be considered too
striking or freakisli. |
KEKP PIT AND FEEL FINE
Foley Cathartic Tablets are a whole- I
ome physic that thoroughly cleanse'
h· bowels. sweeten the stomach and
.rouse the liver. For indigestion, bll-j
ousness, bad breath, bloating, rah, or
onstipation, no remedy Is more highly (
ecommended. Sluggish bowels are the
irect cause of many ills and the lndi
ect cause of many more. Undigested ,
ood poisons the whole system. Don't
β careless. See that your bowels are
egular. Keep fit. Then you will feel
n·. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
BY BETTY BBOWN
New York—- The vogue of black Is
;urrent. It will com ο back again
is fall, and the designers are al
idy putting out rival models of
A smart gown of black Batln Is
ide with the now high collar. Al
jugh It shows two rows of buttons
front. It has a smart contor-back
slnK Somewhî'c on every frock a
ich of whlto Is used. In this dress
appears as the collar.
Is All Black
He—"Nothing could ever come be
tween us, could It. dear?" She—"I
can't think of a single thing, unless
I should Happen to become engaged to
some other uian before we get mar
Caoe in and we will tell yon aoioctbln·
H>out what D. D. D. Prescription, mule Id th·
D. D. D. I-^boratorioi of Chicago, hoi aocom
plUbod In jroor ow* neighborhood. Tow
•wiuy back unless the flrit Bottle rtlleTee you.
Τϊίίβ Liquid Wash
Barnekov A fziz. Hjruffffleta.
tUUAL PAY hUH WOMEN.
Union Labor to Start National Cam
paign as War Result.
Bridgeport, Cîonu., July 17.—Labor or
ganizers here In connection with the
strike at the Remington Arms com
pany predict that organized labor will
soon Institute a nation wide campalgu
to get pay for women on so called
men's Jobs equal to that received by
Hitherto it has been the policy of
union men to ask the discharge of the
women or refuse to work with them.
The exigencies of war will demand,
however, that women do a certain
amount of work hitherto left to men,
and by demanding equal pay the labor
organizers say the samp end is effected
"All I've got."
"That le more than you will put In,
Tim," I said.
"But. Margaret Anne, If your moth
er were to drive a car like your Aunt
Margie's around town, your dad would
be accused of grafting:."
"Grafting? What le grafting, flad?"
"It Is something little glrla should
know nothing about."
"Look here, Tim, why don't you tell
her grafting means stealing?"
"But she would not know what
"Yes, I would," spoke up Margaret
Anne. "Budge said Toddy took nie
away from him and that he was a
stealer. I told him he was not a steal
er. I was just a little grlrl, I said, and
he could not steal me because my dad
dy would have him locked up right
Tim's face lost its smile. He came
round to the other side of tho sar and
said, "Do you think, Mrs. Waverly, It
is a good thing for little Margaret An
no to bo so much with the Symone
twins. They will be In different class
es of society when they grow up."
"I don't know about that, Tim. If
you get ahead the next ten years as
fast as you have the last ten you prob
ably will be In the Symone class your
Tim smiled. Then he turned to his
little daughter and said, "If mother
wants an olectrlc It la time we got It
for her, baby."
"I know you would see it that way
If I could Show you the car, said Mar
garet Anne soberly.
"Won't that little chit wind all the
men round her Angers when she
grows up?" asked Tim %(iisli*fcty.
"She won't have to wait to grow
up, she does it now," I said.
(To be Continued.)
η ν «au uiTfs Most uraciously.
For the first time in many months,
I drove my electric car as I went
down town to exchange the tickets.
It seemed so good to be able to send
that little car anywhere I wanted to
go and feel It respond so quickly to my
I first went to Annie's and took little
Margaret Anne with me. It is strange
how I love that child—she always
amuses me and often surprises me by
I have taught her to call me Aunt
Margie. little book, and I get a little
thrill every timo she says the name,
which I never get when Budge or
Toddy or little Eliene call me Aunt
Margie. Margaret Anne was delighted
to go and Immediately proposed we call
on her father at the city hall. The
proud little minx had a plan In her
clever little brain by which she hoped
to make her father buy a car for her
mother's coming birthday, it seems.
When we got to the ofTlce of the po
lice commissioner, she said to mo,
"Sit still, Aunt Margie, and I'll bring
Dart out," which she did Immediately.
"It is proud I am this day to have
a call from Mrs. Waverly," said big
Tim as he came down the steps.
"What can I do for you?"
"I came down principally because
your daughter seemed to have some
urgent business with her dad," I said. I
"What it It, mavourneen?" asked
Tim, quickly turning lo the beautifulj
child who stood beside him!
"Well, I wanted you to see Aunt'
Margie's car beforo you wont to buy'
mother's birthday present. Pon't you j
think a car would be the nicest thing
we could buy for her?"
" 'We could buy for her?' How much
money are you going to put into this
partnership present, young lady?" j
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