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Saturday In a Most Remarkable Special Offering
Women's Fashionable Suits and Coats Absolutely At Wholesale Prices Value For Your Money, No Middleman's Profit or Fancy Price for a Fancy Store Sample Suits 6 Coats Aleo 'lerge vtriety of Λ splendid assortment of sample Suite and Coat· that are perfect in style, quality and workmanship. In Mine·' Sizes Λ Sample Dresess in many colon, styles and materials at V«7 Interesting Prices Women's Dresses In modest styles. Specially priced. Skirts Newest Skirts for women and misses, in stunning sport and dressy effects. Novelty Striped and Plaid Silk Skirts at $3.98 and $4.98 ORIGINALLY SOLD FOR $8.00 and $10.00 I WITH YOU» ATTENTION WE WILL SAVE YOU ABOUT 110.00 ON THE GARMENT YOU INTEND TO BUY THIS SPRING WEXLER BROS. 102 Smith St Next to McCrwy's 5 & 10c Store » . V. FEAR TEACHER FAMINE Shortage Is Noted in Various Parts of Country. Oecraaaed enrollment In Normal - Sohoolo and Realgnationa May ■ring Cri ai a. ^'NeV York.—The United States la facing a famine of public actVKil teach* era. The schools in varions parts of the country are already suffering from a shortage of teachers. Men and women In noticeable numbers, reports from different sections say, ars re signing their positions in the schools to take up other kinds of work. But the worst of the situation, as It Is ex r plained by Dr. William H. Allen, who has been a leading student of school problems for many years. Is the cer tainty of a greatly Increased shortage in the future", M evidenced by the fall ing off In -enrollments In teachers' training schools. "There never was a time when good public school teacher* were seeded as they are now and as they will be In the Immediate future," said Doctor Alien. "The whole problem of Amer icanization end train! % for citizen· ■bip, aa It must be met In the ele mentary public schools, la fondamen tal, yet from all over the country we hear of the failure of young men and women to register tn the training schools. We «n approach!·* * cri sis." From Iowa comes the refwrt that 160 schools have no teacher^ at all. In Philadelphia m .many nbitltute* are needed In α month this winter u are ordinarily employed In the full school year. Men have gone to the war, and woman teachers are resign ing constantly. Cincinnati reports the fear of a teacher famine. P. P. Claxton, United States com missioner of education, reports: "Th·' shortage Is constantly Increasing and li emoarrasslngly large in some see·; tlons." J thellao Varnleh. To make a shellac, which serres ad mirably ·■ a cement for insulating electric wiring, fixing gaskets and In Similar operations, dissolve flake shel lac In alcohol. The mixture may b· kept In a wlde-monthed bottle, the cork of which should be waxed to pre vent Its sucking. • · > Ί Perth Am boy ' amid Vicinity ν If you want your suit to fit you (and that is the main thing for the properly dressed woman of today) you should have it tailor made. You cannot get the proper fit in a ready made suit simply because it is not cut and made to fit your individual figure. One figure of same size is as different to another as one finger print to another, especially is this true of stout figures. I will make you a suit to order as cheap as you can buy a ready-made one. We also make suits from your own materials. Special attention given to alterations and re modeling. Also cleaning and pressing. Furs remodeled and repaired during the summer at reasonable prices and stored Free of Charge. A. Green h o m se Ladies' tailor and Furrier - 56 SMITH ST. NEAR HIGH STREET M. Gavronsky, Ladies' Outfitter dprtng (Ppetmuj Charming Spring Styles At Remarkable Prices Consistant With Quality WHERE STYLE MEETS MODERATE PRICE. CALL AND INSPECT OUR MERCHANDISE. NOTE THE PRICES—MAKE COMPARISONS. WE LEAVE THE REST TO YOU. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO LOOK OVER OUR STOCKS. CALL TOMORROW. Spring Suits Models thoroughly original and will dis tinguish the wearer because of their perfec tion and splendid fabrics. A beautiful dis play for Women, Misses, Small Women, Juniors and fashionable stouts. Distinctive Styles of Serge, Poplin, Velour, Silvertone and others, in the new Spring shades. Every size. Prices 16.00 to 29.75 Spring Coats Very unusual showing of all the smart Spring coats, including the trench model, f» military style. Materials are poplin, ve lours, gabardines, serge and mixtures. Every size. Prices 7.50 to 29.75 Dresses Springtime styles that will make every womau feel enthusiastic about them. Dresses of georgette, taffetas, crepe de chines, serge and various other materials. In all the popular shades, including rose, tan, gray, Copen and blue. For girls, misses, and in termediates there are numerous delightfully pleasing Spring frocks. Every size. Prices 7.50 to 24.75 Spring Waists Interesting display of styles; georgette, crepe de chine, batiste, voiles and silks. Prices 1.98 to 4.98 AND THEN— FOR THE LITTLE GIRLS—COATS AND DRESSES. A LAVISH DISPLAY THAT WILL SURELY PLEASE M.GAVRONSKY LADIES' OUTFITTER 330 STATE ST. PERTH AMBOY, N. J. LOOK FOR THE ELECTRIC SIGN Λ'