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CALL HUBBY! HERE ARE FALL STYLES
t , ~ „—-sjfir— 1 1 M By Botty Brown New York—About once a year tho editor asks mo to write somethlnB about men's styles. I find the new fall modes for men appeal moro than Ordinarily this year to tho feminine lye. Tho styles, though smart and prlsk, are still serviceable and aober enough to be devoid of flashlness. The war seems to have "speeded them up." They are clean cut, and will make the wearer look alert. This practical business suit Is in brown serge, with Invisible stripe. The patch pockets and bone buttons lend distinction. An echo from the front !b the adapted trench coat for men of fashion. It is roomy and convenient, easy to slip on and off, and comfort able on the shoulders. The model shown Is In brown twill eerge, fasten ed with bono buttons and relieved by deep pockets marked by two rows of stitching. The golf enthusiast will be pleased with the clean lines of this suit of Connemara tweed. The coat, though roomy, Is well fitted. A plaid cap tops It off. Button shoes are the emart fall mode for both men and women. Hot Weather Necessities for the Modern Home By using gas and electric labor-saving devices the modern housekeeper's work is done in half the time, giving her plenty of leisure for other things. A Hoover Cleaner keeps her house looking spio and span. With its special mo tor-driven brush it shakes, sweeps and suction cleans, re moving all deep seated general dirt, hair, lint and thread in one operation. Price $47.50 and up ward. Sold on easy monthly, payments or 5% for cash, r~Tbe> "Thor" Electric Washing Machine does the week's washing in about one hour for 2c—without tiring work and the wear and tear of washboard rubbing. This ma chine pays for itself in a very short timo, / Sold on our pay-as-used plan. "—"<4»· PUBLIC SERVICE A CLASSIFIED AD. IN THE EVENING NEWS IS THE MOST PROFITABLE SMALL INVESTMENT THAT YOU CAN MAKE. The Newton C Ο Μ Ρ Α Ν Y 322 STATE STREET PERTH ΑΜΒΟΥ,Ν .J. Announce Beginning Today Their Half-Yearly Sale of Siro-lde and Cluett Shirts at the following reductions SHIRTS 65c SHIRTS 65c $1.00 SHIRTS 76o $1.25 SHIRTS 96o $1.50 SHIRTS $1.10 $1.75 SHIRTS $1.25 $2.00 SHIRTS $1.65 $2.50 SHIRTS , $2.00 $3.00 SHIRTS $2.50 $6.00 SILK SHIRTS » $4.60 UNDERWEAR $2.00 Seal Package Silk Top Union Suits $1.B0 $1.50 Seal Package Silk Top Union Suits $1.00 $1.00 Seal Package Silk Top Union Suits 85c 85c Picadilly Union Suits 65c $1.00 Two-piece Suit of Otis Balbriggan 85o $1.00 Two-piece Suit Lawrence Balbriggan 85c All 50c Ties 25o All Ide Soft and Stiff Collars 10c Sole Agents in Perth Amboy of IDEAL and KUPPENHEIMER Clothes, $15, 20. 25 ·, Jit* BLAMED FOR DEATH OF 18. Motorman and Conductor of Trolley Charged With Negligence, New Haven, Conn., Aug. 17.—Charged with criminal negligence, Negus, the motorman, and Tryon, conductor, were ordered held here as the result of the trolley wreck In which eighteen died this week. The railroad company declares that lack of funds provented installation of automatic signals and printed sched ules on the road, which Is known as the "speed line." The motorman asserts he was asleep at the controller, having been worked sixteen hours. EX-CZAR INVOLVED IN PLOT. Discovery of Movement Caused ^Hit Removal to Siberia^^^^B^ Petrograd,_A.uk. 17.—A luttoftrjf>lot hailing for its object tne restoration of the ex-czar to the throne was discovered and scotched, it was learned in connection with the doporta tion of the Romanoff family to Siberia, The Bourse Gazette asserts positive ly that the former czar is now en route to Tobolsk. The revolutionary plot that was un. earthed Is believed to have Included α plan to attempt to release Nicholas from the Tsarskoe-Selo palace. Conscription Law Constitutional. Cleveland, O., Aug. 17.—The consti tutionality of the conscription act has been upheld in the federal courts here, a decision dispelling all doubts about It having been rendered in a case in which » man sought to evade military servie·. Powers of Imagination. When a fellow is in love he can see poetry in every return snap of her Jnw as she mangles a wad of chewing gum.—Pittsburgh Post GUARD AND NEW ARMY ARE NOW NUMBERED Washington, Aug. 17.—The complete plan of reorganization of the army Is disclosed In general orders prescribing the formation for all tactical units from divisions to armies. The compo sition of each division on the European standard is prescribed. Designation of divisions by number begins with the regular army division now In France. It Is the First division, United States army. Other regular di visions are numbered np to and In cluding the Twenty-fifth. National guard divisions will be num bered from the Twenty-sixth to the Seventy-fifth, Inclusive. National army divisions will number from Seventy six. All divisions will be infantry, com posed of division headquarters detach ment, machiné gun battalion of four companies, t^yo infantry brigades of two regiments and machine gun bat talion of three Companies each, field artillery brigade of three regiments and trench mortar battery each, engineer regiment, one field signal battalion, headquarters train and military police, ammunition train, engineer train with out pontoon and seoehllgbt sections, supply train and sanitary train of four field hospitals and four ambulance companies. Each corps will consist of a head quarters force and three infantry divi sions supplemented by necessary at tached troops to be designated as army corps troops. The order directs that the national guard proceed to Its training camps under Its present divisional organiza tion, It will be reorganized at the camps on the new divisional basis and the excess troops formed into training battalions. Conservation of Room. A motorboat that has been Invented, that steers with exceptional speed and accuracy under all conditions, carries Its motor and propelling mechanism In a hollow fin that also serves as a keel. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice le hereby given that sealed bids will bo received by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of Middlesex County, N· J·, for the extraordinary re pair and reconstruction of Rahway Avenue Roosevelt—Section 2, in the Borough of Roosevelt and Township of Woodbridge, in the County of Middlesex with a Warrenlte surface on a rebuilt macadam base, estimated amount of surface pavement and foundation re quired is 21030 sq. yds., and opened and read in public at County Record Build ing, New Brunswick, N. J., on August 27, 1017, nt 2:30 p. m. Drawings, specifications ari<l forms of bid, contract and bond for the proposed work, prepared by Alvin B. Vox. County Engineer, have been filed In the office of said Engineer at 175 Smith St., Perth Amboy, N. J., and of the State High way Commission at Broad St., Bank Building, Trenton, N. J., and may be inspected by prospective bidders during business hours. Bidders will be fur nished with a copy of the specifications and blueprints of the drawings by the Engineer on proper notice and pay ment of the cost of preparation. Bids must be made on the standard proposal forms In the mjya ηη at ed therein n s, name the outside, nlRMM^^^Çhe Board of Chosen Freeholders of Middlesex County, N. J., and must be accom panied by a certified check or cash for not less than $1,000.00 and be delivered at the place and on the hour above named. The standard proposal form is attached to the specifications, copies of which will be furnished on application to the Engineer. By order of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of Middlesex County, N. J. ASHER W. BI8SEJTT, Clerk. 12855-8-10-17-24 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Mary Elliott Buckelew, executrix of Frederick L·. Buckelew, deceased, by di rection of the Surrogate of the County of Middlesex, hereby gives notice to the creditors of the said Frederick L. Buck elew to bring in their debts, demands and claims against the estate of the said deceased, under oath or affirma tion, within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against the said execu trix. Dated July 12, 1917. MARY ELLIOTT BUCKELEW, 12348-7-18-9t-oew-F Executrix. The Princess Shop 4 21 Smith St. ^ Perth Amboy, N. J. PROFIT SHARING SALE Friday and Saturday Bargains Slimmer Dresses fi Less Than Cost 50c, $1.00 1.98, 4.98 12.98 Formerly $3.95; $5.95 to $19.95 Bargains ODD LOT OF SILK DRESSES Formerly up to $18.95 SALE PRICE $5.95 — Sargain.s~— Junior and Children's White and Colored SCHOOL DRESSES 49c, 98c, $2.98 Formerly 98c, $1.95, $2.95, $7.95 Bargains WHITE VELVET CORDUROY SKIRTS Formerly $5.50 $1*98 • ■ — Piques, Linenes, Repps and Gabardines 50c, 98c, $1.50, $3.98 Formerly $1.98 to $4.98 A WELL KNOWN BUSINESS MAN IN THIS CITY BUYS ONE OF THE FIRST COPIES OF THE, NEWS PRINTED EACH DAY FOR THE CLASSIFIED AD. NEWS. HE IS WINNING. ' " r. TERI-IUINE'S 145 SMITH ST. Near Ho|)art st. PERTH AMBOY, N. J. WHERE LOW PRICES LEAD PROFIT SHARING SALE ON SATURDAY Green Trading Stamps With All Purchases Look over these items carefully and you will see that there is no profit only losses. We are cleaning up and profits are thrown away to clean up our stock. Boys' Black and White Striped Shirts; small sizes; good material ; with attached collars; worth 49c. Special on Saturday at 19c each Men's Percale Shirts; large sizes; 16, 16^2 and 17 only; all worth $1.00 and $1.50 each. Special on Saturday for .. „. 69c each Men's Porousknit Union Suits, excellent quality. We also have white ribbed Union Suits for men worth 59c a suit. Special on Saturday at 39c a suit Men's Sport Shirts; made of fine white madras; well made; worth 98o. On Saturday at 59o each Carpenters' Aprons; made of heavy blue and white strip ed hickory ; worth 29c each. Special for Saturday at 15c each Huck Towelsj good quality; large size ; plain white and with red woven borders. Spe cial for Saturday 12%o each Lawn Long Kimonos; pretty patterns; worth 39c. Special at 19o each Men's Silk Embroidered Washable Neckties; very pret ty patterns; also silk neckties; worth 25c and 39c each. On Saturday at 19c each Crepe Long Kimonos; made of good crepe cloth ; excellent colors; worth 89c. Special on Saturday at 69c each Lawn Waists for Women; pink and blue stripes; white organdie collars ; worth 69c. Special at 39c each Misses' Long Kimonos; made of flowered crepe cloth ; worth 50c. Special on Saturday at 25c each Infants' Short, White Dresses; embroidery trimmed; worth 25c. Special at 10c each Men's Bathing Suits; Ox ford gray and black ; all sizes ; worth $1.25. Special on Sat urday at 79c a suit Women's Black Brilliantine Bathing Suits; trimmed with green and red satin trimming; worth $2.50. On Saturday at $1.98 a suit Men's Light Blue Amoskeag Chambray Work Shirtsi with collars attached ; wortn 59c each. Special on Saturday at 46c each Misses' White Linene Wash Skirts ; good style ; well made. Usually 59c. On Saturday at 39 0 each Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings 145 Smith St.