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REYNOLDS BROS.
7
.98
Sweeping Clearance j
of "fourteen" Black Taffeta
and Jap Silk Dresses
FORMER VALUES UP TO $14.98
Some of the prettiest street dresse s ever offered to women
for so low a price-—$7.98.
There are many different styles—in fact evçry dress has
some little effective "style touch" of its own.
Some have Georgette Crepe sleeves; all straight line mod
els ; others with white Georgette collars and cuffs.
And here is a fashion
hint to women.
Some of New York's
leading dressmakers
are showing fall sam
ples of the very same
styles including black
and colors.
But these must go
out—and they will go
—because the sale
price is lower than
wholesale cost today.
See them in window.
Better come early Tues
d a y morning — best
styles will go first.
Final Disposal! Voile and Net
Dresses, $3.98 Values up to $3-98
Just six of them—a trifle soiled "from try-ons," which
is unavoidable with TOch white, sheer frocks. Up-to-the
minute styles^-'All sales are final—the heavy loss we take
I on thejjarjnerines the non-returnable privilege usually granted
Τ-θΒ-^frther merchandise.
BÏ JERSEY Clïï 9
Applegate Pitches Splendid
Game, but Lohr's
Bat Wins.
Marty Hurley's Perth Amboys lost
a hard fought and well played game
yesterday against Dave Drlscoll's Jer
sey City nine, losing out by a score of
4-0. Harry Applegate, who has pitch
ed three games during the past week
was In line fettle up to the seventh ln
nln, when he was found for a home
run, followed by three tallies In the
eighth, effectively sewing up the
game for the Driscoll team.
The game went seven innings with
out a semblance of a run, and the
pitching of Applegate and Clinton
about even. Neither was being hit
freely, and both had perfect control.
In the seventh frame, however, Lohr
of the Jersey City team, hit a home
run, the ball going through Loeser
and Rodda, rolling safely to the far
outfield.
Then came Drlscoll's lucky Inning.
Clinton filed to Rodda; Harter out to
Butts; Eschen got a base on balls, and
advanced from first to third on 6a
der's wild throw over second base.
Swanson singled, Eschen scoring; and
I/Ohr made his second home run,
sending Swanson across ahead of him.
Stalling» ended the inning by flying
out to Butts. This boy Butts is a new
addition from Morris Plains, and he
plays an excellent game, filling Johnny
O'Leary's shoes very acceptably. Stln
son played an excellent game at short
stop.
The Police Department band of Jer
sey City furnished music during the
game, which was witnessed by a large
crowd.
The score and loneups:
Perth A m boy.
AB R H PO A Ε
Loeser, If 4 0 0 2 0 0
Christofferson, 3b . 4 0 0 0 1 1
Butts, 2b 8 0 0 2 2 0
Stinson, bs 3 0 0 2 3 1
Regan, rf 8 0 2 8 0 0
Hunt, lb 8 0 1 Β 0 0
Rodda, cf 8 0 1 1 2 0
Bader, c 8 0 0 7 1 1
Applegate, ρ .... 2 0 0 1 8 0
•Larson 1 0 0 0 0 0
29 0 4 24 10
Jersey City.
AB R H PO A Ε
Harter, cf 4 0 0 2 0 1
Eschen, If 4 1 1 2 0 0
Swenson, 2b .... 4 1 1 0 1 0
Lohr, rf 4 2 8 1 0 0
Stallings, lb 4 0 0 8 1 0
Piloski, se 3 0 0 2 0 0
Irwlng, 8b.8 0 1 8 4 0
Sopher, 3 0 0 8 0 0
Clinton, ρ 8 0 0 1 2 0
82 4 β 27 8 1
Score by Innings:
Perth Amboy .... 00000000 0—0
Jersey City 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 3 χ—4
Three base hits Eschen. Home runs
Lohn 2. Baees on balls off Applegate
1. Struck out by Applegate 4, by Clin
ton 6. 'Batted for Applegate In the
ninth.
Leaders Advance When A. S. & R. Team Plays Ragged Game
and Lose to Shot—Chem ists Easy Meat tor Galloping
Ingots in Factory League Games.
Oi.
Γ -τ. '
Standing of tlic Tctuns.
R. C. W 11 9 2 .813
A. 8. & R 11 7 4 .636
U. L. W 11 6 6 .645
R. & H 11 0 11 .000
Results of Sa (u it lay's Games.
R. C. W., 9; It. & H„ 1.
U. Ij. W.. 8; & 11., 4.
The Α. Β. & U. team In the factory
league received a severe setback In
their aspirations on Saturday, when
they dropped α loose game to the Unit
ed Lead Works team on the Copper
Works Held. The Ingots Increased
their lead still more, by adding an
other to tho straight string oi defeats
. of the Chemists, the final count of tho
game being 9 to 1.
Up to Saturday, tho Guggles had α
{rood chanco to overtake tho Ingots in
tho lead for tho factory leaguo cup.
They were but one gamo behind that
team, and stood an even chanco of
coming up abreast of the leaders. But
their ragged exhibition of Saturday
f ummed tho works, and they will have
ο do some tall playing between now
and the end of the leaguo to make up
the lost ground.
The first Inning was enough for tho
Leaders to win out, as they banged
|n flvo runs In that frame. Tho Gug
jrles played UstlesBly, and fielded poor
ly. Worth started the lnnlug with a
single, and took second on Fullerton's
single. Worth was forced out at
third, Scally taking first on a fielder's
choice. Dam etch walked, filling the
bags. Zehrer. next man up, singled,
scoring Fullerton; Holiohelmer struck
out. Maloney singled, scoring Scally,
JDametch, and Zehrer, and he scored
himself on weird throwing by the Gug
gles. Bader's wild heave Into ieft field
being responsible for two runs. Spring
er ended the Inning by fanning.
The Guggles scored two runs In
the fourth frame, when Began got |
on through Worth's error; Gloff filed
to I>araetch ; Kegan scored on
Burke's single; Burke stole second,
and Wilson went to first on Simon
sen's bad throw, Burke making honte j
on the play.
The Load Works earned another
run In the seventh, and In the eighth
they earned a run and" had one pre
sented to thom when the Guggles
blew up for the second time.
The Guggies got In a belated rally
In the ninth, which netted them two |
more runs.
The box score of the game:
Ix<nd Works
AB η H PO A Ε
Worth, 8b......6 0 8 0 8 1
Fullerton, ss .... 5 1 2 3 4 0
Scully, If 4 2 0 0 0 0
Dametch, 2b....4 1 2 8 2 1
Zehrer, cf 4 1 1 2 0 0
Holzheimer, rf .. 4 1 1 1 0 0
Maloney, lb 4 1 1 14 0 1
Springer, c S 1 0 4 0 0
filmonson, ρ 4 0 1 0 2 0
87 8 11 27 11 3
Guggles
AB R H PO A Ε
I>eI-oon, cf 4 0 0 1 0 0
Samsoe, 2b 8 0 0 1 2 0
Regan, rf 4 1 1 8 0 0
OlofT, ss 4 0 0 8 2 1
Burke, lb 4 2 8 8 1 0
Wilson, If 4 1 1 2 0 0
Bader, c 4 0 0 7 2 1
Çyerkuss, 8b .... 8 0 0 2 I 0
Jensen, ρ 4 0 0 0 1 1
'Mullen 1 0 0 0 0 0
85 4 6 27 11 S
•Batted for Eyerkuss In ninth.
Score by Innings:
I .cail Works. .B0000012 0—8
Guggles 00020000 2—4
Two base hits, Zehrer, 1; Holz
holmor, 1. Bases on balls, oft Jensen,
8; off Slmonson, 1. Struck out, by
Jensen, 7; by Slmonson, 4. Umpire,
M. Dunn. Time of game, 2 hrs. At
tendance, 500.
Chemists Easy Prey,
The Chemists were easy prey for
the Ingots who were out in full force
to foil any attempts of their oppon
ents to slip one over on them and aid
the Guggles thereby. The Ingots
scored In flvo Innings working over
single runs In the first, second and
sixth Innings, and three runs In both
the eighth and ninth frames. The
Chemists made their lone tally In {he
fourth frame.
Applegato pitching for the Ingots,
was master of tho situation at all
times, and was not In the least per
turbed by the effort of the Chemists,
whom he held to four hits.
The game will go a long way to
ward again winning for the Ingots,
the championship of the league, as
they are now two full games ahead of
the Guggles, their nearest competi
tors.
The box scoret
Ingot·.
AD R H PO A Ε
Looser, if 6 1 8 8 0 0
Chrlstofferson, 8b . 4 112 2 0
Kgan, 2b ........ Β 1 1 0 S 0
Stlnson, es 6 ! 2 1 2 0
Hornsby, lb Β 0 1 10 0 0
Ilodda, cf 4 2 0 8 0 1
Foster, rf ........ 8 1 0 0 0 0
Larson, rf .2 1 1 0 0 0
Van Gllden, ο .... Β 0 1 8 1 0
Applegate, ρ 4 0 1 0 2 1
42 9 11 27 10 2
Chemists.
AB R II PO A Κ
Pfelffer, Sb 8 0 0 2 8 0
Antonldcs, c .... 4 0 1 4 1 0
Hornsby, 2b 4 0 0 2 1 1
Jarrctt, rf 4 0 0 1 0 1
Fullerton, lb .... 8 1 0 12 0 1
Mazarek, ss ..... 4 0 1 2 β 8
Dixon, if ... w... 4 0 0 8 0 0
Leonard, If 4 0 1 1 0 0
Jeroff, Ρ 8 0 1 0 8 0
38 1 4 27 14 6
Score by Innings:
R. C. W 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 8 3—#
R, & Η 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 00—1
Three base hits 8P190J,28oda. .ndd
Deft on bases R. C. W. 7, R. & H. 7.
Rases on balls off Applegate 2, off
Jeroff 1. Struck out by Applegate 8,
by Jeroff 8. Umpire, Golden, Time of
game 1:45. Attendance 800. Two
base hits Antonldes. Maiarek, Kgan,
Stlnson and Van Glider.
"The Place Tbit P,eases Evirybody"
The Only
Rathskelle r
In Perth Amboy
THE ERNST HOUSE
New Brunswick Ave.
Near Smith St
Nice Light, Airy Room*
All Improvements
TIDE TABLE
1.48—July 27 12.34
2.48—July 2S 1.29
1:49—July 29 2:86
3:05—July 30 8:46
Ε : 22—August ι... ,ΤΓ.... B^TT]
6:19—August 2 β.88
7:18—August 8 7:80
8:04—August 4 8:20
8:54—August 6 9:11
8:46—August 6 10:02
10:33—August 7 10:65
11:15—August 8 11:34
11:58—August 9 12:34
JAMESBURG WINNER
By Special Correspondent.
Jamesburg, July 30—Jamesburg
nosed out the South Amboy Athletics
here Saturday In one of the beet
played games of the season by the
close score of one to naught.
The Knights of St. Teter, of New
Brunswick were to have played
Jamesburg, but cancelled the game at
the last moment. The score follows:
Jamesburg.
R Η. Ε
Perrlne, 8b 1 1 0
Smith, us 0 0 0
Snedeker, 2b 0 0 0
I). DeMott, ρ 0 0 0
Breckwedel, If ,0 0 0
W. DeMo", ο 0 1 0
Iliggs, ri 0 0 0
Hayes, cf 0 0 0
12 0
South Amboy.
'■'««"'Γ R Η. Ε
Plereon, ss 00 1
hurley, 3b 0 0 1
Dlark ,1b 0 0 0
Monker, ρ 0 0 0
VIolley, If 0 1 0
Reuder, e .. 0 1 0
Monahan, 2b 0 1 1
Callahan, cf 0 0 ' 0
Matt, rf 0 1 ·
0 4 8
Score by Innings:
Jamesburg 00000000 1—1 I
9outh Amboy .... 00000000 0—0 |
Struck out by DeMott 9. Monaker 3.
Two base hits Perrlne. Base on balle
Breckwedel. Doublep lays, Plerson to
Monahan to Clark. Umpires, Lowe
mnd Smith. Scorer Harold Bennett.
Pretty 8pot In West Indie·.
Port Castries Is the principal city
»f St. Lucia, which has been called the
most Freoch of the British West In
dies. It lies on α very perfect Uttle
harbor and furnishes Great Britain
with ο splendid naval base. The city
tself Is not particularly attractive, but
he hills, choked with tropical foliage,
rising behind, and the blue waters lap
ping before lend it the charm that la
:ommon to all the West Indlei.
1ARLEY DAVIDSON
M TCÏCLIt
IS HERB. Better than Ever.
Wo have a few bargain· In
Used Machines.
C. JOHNSON, Dealer.
li New Brun»w|ck Ave. Phone <β
DANGER OF HEAT
PROSTRATION IS A
TERROR TO MANY
"Clean Systems and Healthy
Organs Rarely Attacked,"
Says Tanlac Man.
"Few of u· who enjoy robust health
can realize the terror that hot, sultry
weather brings to the heart of many a
half sick run-down fellow cltiien,"
said the Tanlac Man, recently. "The
phantom of proetration makes each
waking: hour terrible and robs him of
his rest at night," he continued. "And
yet—until the heat wave la upon him—
he takes no precaution; seeks no means
to combat this enemy.
"Clean système and healthy organs
rarely are attacked. Combined with
proper living· méthode—frequent bath
ing, moderate eating and plenty of
sound sleep—they make summer a Joy
instead of a menace. ,
"As a vegetable diet is preferred
during the heated period, so Tanlac—
an entirely vegetable system purifier—
is preferred above all others. Perth
Amboy people by the hundreds testify
to its efficiency, and millions through
out the country acknowledge its su
premacy as a reconstructive tonic. Be
cause of its freedom from drugs and
minerals, conservative folks select Tan
lao as their household remedy.
"My personal advice to those who
wish to avoid discomfort and possible
disaster during the hot weather is to
prepare now. Delays may be danger
ous. A thoroughly cleansed system, re
juvenated organs and ordinary pre
cautions are the best Insurance against
Old Sol's attacks."
Tanlac is now being Introduced at the
McClung Drug Co., 198 Bmith St., Perth
Amboy; Kaufman's Pharmacy, South
River: Drake's Pharmacy, Woodbridge;
Fred Knecht, €outh Amboy.—Adv.
Model Wife.
Our idea of a model wife Is one
who keep· her husband from maklnf
a fool of himself.—Galveston News.
T. «. C. JRS EASY
FOU KEASBEY FEDS
Make 14 Runs Against Island
Team in Second Game Be
tween the Two.
Seeking revenge for their defeat at
the handa of the Tottenvllle Λ. C. Jun
iors, some weeks past, the Keasbey
Feds traveled to Tottenvllle yesterday
afternoon and completely swamped
the Juniors to the tune of 14-0.
The Island team seemed to be only
a toy for Soo, of the Feds, who only
allowed them five scattered singles.
While Soo was pitching wonderful
ball, the Feds were smashing the ball
In every direction as they collected
thirteen hits, a number of which were
for extra games. Three pitchers were
Used by the Juniors without avail. The
Feds scored In almost every Inning.
In the first match between the two,
the Feds lost by a score of 6-0. The
Feds are now In their stride, and feel
that they have the best chance of any
team In this city for claiming the
Junior championship.
The T. A. C. Juniors were to have
played the Laurels, of this city, but
the game was postponed.
The box soo re:
Keasbey Feds.
Maler, If ...
Clrlspart, lb
Scully, cf ..
rague, ss ..
Byde, c
Hull, 2b . . .
MUchlck, rf
Brush, 8b . .
Boo, ρ
AB. R. H.
.4 ι η
4 1
β 1
β 1
6 2
S 2 2
tottenvllle Juniors.
Hlgglns, e
H. Hollowel, se. .
Bedell, Palmer, rf
AB. H. H.
.8 0 0
.4 0-0
.4 0 1
Taylor, If..,, 4 0 1
fhea, lb 4 0 1
mlth, lb 4 0 2
Peterson, SB., 8 0 0
R. Hollowel, cf ....... 3 0 0
Lahey, ρ 8 0 0
Score by Innings:
Feds 04 1 321 0 0—14
Juniors ..... 000000 ' 0 0— 0
Three base hit, Soo. Two base hits,
Tague, Hull, Brush, Mllchrlck. Left
on bases, T. Jr.'s, β; Feds β. Bases on
balls, off Soo, 4; oft Lahey, B. Struck
out, by Soo 12; by Lahey, 9.
In Straight Sets at Greenwich
Courts — Scores are
6-4, 6-3.
Playing· In the Red Cross ambu
lance fund tennis matches at the
Greenwich Field Club yesterday Har
old Avlngton Throckmorton, former
Sewaren and Woodbrldge player, lost
out to William M. Johnston, winner of
the 1915 national championship, In
two speedy and .very Interesting sets,
the scores being 6-4, 6-9.
Johnston gave every evidence of
his return to championship form,
when he travelled at top speed against
the fast Throckmorton, and held full
command of the sets at all time.
The match was the only singles of
the day, and oreated considerable In
terest, being overshadowed by doubles
matchen In which Mise Mary Browne,
a slender California girl, paired with
Llndley Murray, defeated Miss Molla
BJurstedt and George Myers Church,
the lanky Prlncetonlan.
In the first set of the ι \es John
ston made 35 points and games,
with Throckmorton making points
In his four games. In the sèJond set
of the match, the winner made 48
points and the loser 84.
HANSON WINNER H
TRADE BD. SHOOT
In Class A, While J. D. David
son Takes First in Class
Β Competition.
John Hanson and J. Irving David,
son were the winners ol the Class \
and Class Β shoot at the monthly
cup event of the Perth Amboy Gun
Club held at the club range on Satur»
day. There were no competitors
class three. The attendance at the
shoot was very email, the warn»
weather being the reason advanced
for the lack of shooters.
The members of the club are shoot
ing for three different cups and a
high gun medal, offered by''the Board
of Trade. The cups will go to the
winners of the three classes, all hand
icaps being dropped.
John Hanson, twice winner of the
Board of Trade cup agoain won out In
Class A on Saturday, his score being
47, made In rounds of 24 and if.
John Ij. Waters made the other score
In that class, with 41 total, in rounds
of 23 and 18.
J. T. Davidson won in Class B, with
37 total, making rounds of 19 and IS.
and G. W. Parsons made rounds of 11
and 21 for a total of 34. W. B. Clark,
the only other shooter, made a 40.
Valuable Chalk Lande.
The more or less siliceous chalk
lands of England yield straw of pecu
liar advantages. Sir Francis Fox, In
a Society of Arte lecture, pointed otft
that the beautiful glassy coating im
parted has given Luton and Dunstaolf
their straw-hat Industry, and has cr*·
ated α demand from wheat-growlnfc
America, where the straw produce^
lacks stiffness and impermeability rof
use with Iced drinks.
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and chew it often. It will keep
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and will help you keep a cool
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