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For W Λ/en 'America* Greatest Shoe Values ALL we ask is that you COME SEE THEM and let their OWN beauties of Style and unequalled Standard of Quality convince you they are the greatest values at then prices offered anywhere. For the Man who is Particular. The bigsurprise in NEWARK Shoes for Men this Fall is the NEW STANDARD OF QUALITY which they display—which exceeds our previous records for value giving. Your old fnend, the NEWARK Shoe Maker, has produced the most remarkable combination of Style and Quality foi $3.50 that will be found anywhere this season. Choose your pair tomorrow. -PERTH AM BOY STORE 150 SMITH ST., Near State Street Qpen Evening· Until ». Saturday Until 11. Mall Ordors Shipped by Parcels Post *57 STORES IN 97 CITIES Tomorrow—of Trimmed Velvet Hats at $3.50. A hoe^o^^ffilel^~many are now being unpacked. We have worked very hard to have the best trimmed hats at $3.50 in New York. We think that we succeeded all during the season. But we must admit that we are very enthusiastic over the results we have attain ed for our presentation tomorrow. Nearly every one of the many model· may be «elected In black, taupe, navy blue, and dark Down-Stairs Store, Old Bnlldlng. brown. Misses' Serge Frocks, $10.75, $18.75 That the frocks for $10.75 are made of fine French weave serges is a remarkable fact in itself. Moreover the dresses are fashioned in three of the best models of the season. Serge dresse* at $18.7(1—six smart models; all of them are copies and adaptations of much more expensive dresses. One model la braided, another has a very artistic collar of white plqu·, one has the new pleated tunlo—each has a distinctive note. Conta at 918.75—Wool velours In navy blue, green or brown; half-lined. Coata at 921.78—Pebble cheviot in Pekln blue, reindeer and dark brown. Down-Stalre Store, Old Bnlldlng. Silk Blouses—10 Models $3 and S3.85 Two Good Offerings for Saturday Crepe de Chine at $3—One of white ere pe de chine, with Copenhagen or flesh color collar and cuffs; all-over embroidered front. A plain tailored model of navy blue crepe de chine is also $3. Georgette Crepe at $3.85—Frill blouse has collar, frill and cuffs edged with satin. Others with colored dotted embroidery; one of black Georgette crepe is trimmed with Down-Stairg Store, Old Building. /fk λ λ m* 1 /fl Ρ* A f\ I it Women's Shoes at $4.09 ana vo.w All have fashionable high-cut tops; models are made on long, smart-looking lines; black and tan leathers; some in combination with gray. A few examples. Tan, dull or black leather jihoes with Cuban Mil. $4.β5. Tan, black calfskin, pearl gray nubuck tops, illtary heels, wing tips, $5.40. Black kldakln shoes with Louis heals, $4.45. Boys' dull leather shoes—sizes 4XA, 5, 51/*—$2.65 pair Tmam.SItiûni Unm ΝI Black kldskln shoes with dull tops and military heels »4·β0. Dull leather shoes with military heels; also tan with lower hoels, $4 66. Black kldskln with >-!n. tops of fawn cloth, $6.40. Down-Stair» Store, New Building. EXT ΚΑ MkjJy s news· Excellent Neckties, 50c Smart but conservative Fall patterns and colorings. Made with squared ends and stitched centres, so that they will not lose their shape in handling. Silk and Fibre Socks, 35c pr. Pure silk aa well aft fibre and fibre pleated: black, white and colora; alzea 9 Vi to 11 tt; 3 palra for $1. Medium-Weight Union Suit·, $1 Fine ribbed cotton—white and ecru—for early Fall wear; alzea 38, 40 and 41 only—therefor· the low prlce NeW Shirts, $1.15 Substantial madras, rep and crepes In a variety of striped patterns on white grounds ; soft turn-back cuffs. Better shirts than we can sell regularly for $1.15. Men's Shoes, $4, $4.90 At $4—English model for young men; narrow medium toes and invisible eyelets. At $4.90—Comfort shoes for men; soft black kidskin with broad toes, laced. Down-SUdrs Store, New Building. Store open 9 to 5.30 Broadway at Ninth, New York BUDGET OF NEWS FROM ROOSEVELT Political News and Notes and Other Items of Gen eral Interest. Bu Special Comtvonarnt. Roosevelt, Sept. 14:—At the last meeting of the Rposevelt brunch of the American Rod Cross Eric Allen, of Atlantic division headquarters, ex plained the proposed centralization plan which the enormous growth of the national organization has made necessary, pointing out the wonderful work this movement has already ac complished. There are 2,240 chapters in this I country and Innumerable other places ι desiring organization. It makes It impossible for headquarters to handle Individual societies. A new plan was adopted about a month ago, an Ocean county chapter being formed and all chapters In the county becoming branches. This enables Washington to com municate with the county chapter only, which In turn advises all the branches under its jurisdiction. The same thing applies to all accounts. This plan will save an enormous amount of extra work and will at the same time tend to equalize the size of chapters all over the country. It Is for Roosevelt to see the sig- | nlflcance of this plan and therefore 1 need not be ashamed of the term branch, for a branch has all the rights and privileges of a chapter, ex cept that It does not communicate direot with headquarters. Home Defenders Meet The Home Defense League at their meeting on Wednesday night received a partial report of the c-oal commit tee, a report from the Ladles' Auxil iary and the officers of the auxiliary and the oommlttees on agriculture and military reported progress. The coal committee aro working to prevent a shortage of fuel here this winter and expect to announce a defi nite report on the coal situation at the next meeting. The members of the league were highly gratified at the showing being made by the auxiliary and the work they are doing at present The aux iliary reportod, too, that their plans are about ready for their portion of the send-off to be given Roosevelt soldiers In the near future. To Hold ÏVkmI Sale The Mission Band of the First Tresbyterlan church of Roosevelt will hold à f<>od sale on the last Erl day of each month during the fall aifd winter In the church basemônt. Beside foodstuffs, bungalow, straight and afternoon aprons may be obtain ed at the sales. The many friends of Carl W. Ilart zell will bo glad to learn of his safe arrival At Stockholm, Sweden. Edward Coughlin was In New Brunswick yesterday. 1 mail forces with Ulfl ureon Feds of Chromo at tho Roosevelt diamond. The Keasbeyltes have made α good record for themselves this season and think they can hold their own with the Chrome aggregation who has (tohe thé challenging. Soo, southpaw twlrler for the Keasbey nlno, will again occupy tho box and Byde will receive him. Grls part will play first for this team, Hull will be stationed at eocond, Hlppen still à't sh'orli αηϊΐ Brush on third. Maler, Crudrlc and Scully will com pose tile outfield. The Green Feds are prepared to break the winning streak of the ICooabey nlno, report from Chrome state·. SOUTH AMBGY FIREMEN TO HONOR MEN IN THE ARMYj By Spinal Cor respondent. South Amboy, Sept. 14.—At the meeting at the Enterprise Hook and Ladder Company last night arrange ment» were definitely nettled for tho parade and reception, to be given to honor the members of the company, who have been called upon to render their services to the country. Tho I boys will loavo this city for Camp Dix at Wrlglitstown next Wednesday, and the members of the company have seen fit to have this celebration In their honor. The members of the fire com pany are requested to report at the fire house qη Broadway, In full un iform at 710 o'clock Saturday night, to get In line for the parade which U scheduled to start at 8 o'olock. TTho members will parade on the import ant streots of the city, after which they will partake of the reception at the flro house, where elaborate deco rations have been arranged. The menu of the evening is elaborate and un- ! doubtedly will bo enjoyed after their march through the city. The mayor of the city, and the members of the common council have been Invited and will make short speeches at the ban quet. The following program has been ar ranged by the committee Mayor A. T. ICerr, "Our City Quota." Assistant Prosecutor John A Coan, "The Call." Chief of Pire Company, Prank H. j Gordon, "Our Firemen as Soldiers." I City Solicitor, L. J. Coakley, "Why We are at War." Other speakore of the evening will be President of Council M. J. Stanton, Flntt Assistant Chief R. Nelltopp, Councllmen Hue, Hackett, and Parisnn, and Second Assistant Fire Chief Wal ter Smith, and others. Hard to 8ee Through. Bobbie's father wns trying to rnlee Incubator chickens, and one dny as the little fellow wn» watching α chicken breaking Its way through the shell, Bobby remarked : "I see how he gets out, all right, but I can't see how he got in," Peace in 24 Hours for stomach sufferer» who take Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Don't neglect your stomach ailments another minute. What appears to be only minor stomach dis orders may often be symptoms of Can cer and Ulcers of the Stomach and In testines, Gall Stones, Acute Indigestion. Gastritis. Auto Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice and other dangerous ailments of which the sufferer Is not aware until too late. An ideal prescription for over coming quickly Stomach. Liver and In testinal Trouble Is Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Millions of people have been restored by It. One dose will PROVE that it will help you. Mayr's Wonder ful Remedy Is for sale by United Clg.'.r Stores Co., Dru« Dept.. and druggists •very where.—Adv. Ψλ When Thine· Go Wrong. There are times when everything seem· to go wrong. From 7 o'clock a. m. until 10 p. m. affaira are In a twist. You arise In the morning and the room 1· cold, and · button Is off, and the beefsteak Is tough and the furnace smokes, and you start up street net tled from bead to foot All day long things are adverse. The mucilage bot tle upsets and spoils the desk pad; some one gives α wrong turn to the damper and the gas escapes j an agent Comes In determined to Insure your life when H Is already Insured for nore than it is worth, and you are ifruhl some one will knock you on the lead to get the price of your policy, jut he «ticks to you, showing you pic tures of Old Time and the hour glass ind the death scythe and a skeleton, making it Quite certain you will die before your time unless you take out papers in his company. Besides this you have a cold in the head, and a grain of dirt in your eye, and you are a walking uneasiness. The day Is out of Joint and no surgeon eon set " Desperate Remedy. "I don't know how to rid myself if Hr. Grewsky's attentions," said Mri, Cwoddle. "He has proposed to mal ialf a dozen timer and simply won't :ake 'no' for an answer." "I understand he Is a great stickle? for correct English," said her friend^ :houghtful!y. i "Well, what has that to do wt!lfc mer "Trjr him with 'nix,* The wlghteure hlia,'' / -χ» -ol JL M.Michaels £ C°. ^ Credit ^ That Satisfies. Our Choice Stocks of Wondrous New Styles for Men, Women and Children *itl* as on+ week ^uota of r are Now Complete and Nowhere Is a More Up-to-the-Minute Assemblage of Swell New Fall Styles to be Seen. This fall marks the twelfth season we've been established in Perth Amboy and we're proud of our re cord—always the first to show the new styles—people have come to look to us for au thoritative information as to what will be worn. Always leaders of low prices—people know they always buy for less at-Michaels. Today we are the largest and fairest CREDIT CLOTHIERS in Perth A and we attribute our great success to fair treatment low prices and easy credit terms and we mean to continue rendering our old and future patrons this great service. Your credit is good at this store for all the clothes you want or need. Red tape is unknown here, all we ask is $1.00 A WEEK Don't allow the lack of ready cash to prevent you from purchasing that nobby new suit, coat, dress, skirt or waist you've set your mind on buying this season. We carry everything in the line of outer wearing apparel for men, women and children and no matter where you live or what your occupation your credit is good. Come In Tomorrow and Get the Entire Season's Wear. I78Smi( K Sti ♦ Perth Amboy · Open Mpn.rri.atui Sat. nights.