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week ι oster s Bargains „ wtk Keep Buying Thrift The one best invest Stamps. The best pos- J. H. Foster, 97-99 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. ment--BuyThriftStamps sible way to save. " Patronize Us Only If We Undersell" -Your duty demands it. Men's Shoes $3.95 and $4.59—Extra Special Sale 180 Pairs Men's Fine Shoes Go on Sale Saturday—Style, Quality and Extra Values. Men's Shoes The celebrated Ralston shoes for men; stylish English last; gun metal, lace; regular $6.50. Sale $4.59 Men's Shoes Men's Shoes Ralston make, Russia tan calf with neolin soles, English last; perfect fit and splendid quality. Regular $7.00. Sale price $4.59 Dark cordovan brown, lace shoes for men; fashion's latest idea. Perfectly lasted English walking shoes. All sizes. Regular $7.00. Sale price Men's Shoes $4.59 Comfort shoes for men ; made of smooth calf stock, plain toe. All sizes; pair $3.95 Men's Shoes Very Special A BARGAIN Very high class Russia tan calf lace shoes; very much better than the ordi nary kind. English last; all sizes for men; $8.50 regular. Λ .J HQ Sale price ψ^.Οΐ/ Ten More Bargains Saturday—Extra Specials! Corsets A Saturday Flyer Pretty pink cor sets ; low bust mod el ; lace trimmed ; 4 supporters. All sizes rcg. $1.25. Each A SATURDAY 85c Pillow Cases 22ic A sale of 75 dozen soft finished cases, which we bought long ago—hence this low price. Sizes 42x36 and 45x30. Each Large Huck Towels A sale of 120 huck toïvels, 36 inches long, with fancy woven borders. These are seconds ; would be 4 A _ 25e regular. Sale price 1 iL BARGAIN Boudoir Slippers This Should Interest Any Woman 84 pairs boudoir slippers in assorted colors; all sizes; slightly soiled; reg. $1.25. Sale price, pair Flasks Leather covered pint flasks with double nickeled screw-on top. This is more than a bargain; QQ 3 dozen on sale, each Ot/O Luncheon Sets A pretty summer set, blue and white Japanese de signs; 13 pieces, 12 small and one 24 inches. Saves laundering large cloths. Value 95c. ΛΠ Saturday, set OJL Women's Short Kimonas Made of flowered lawn, some of plain lawn trim mings; only 4 dozen on sale, ΟΓϊ/-» cach ^OC Women's Gowns Women's Sweaters Special Light weight summer sweater, imitation hand knit; made of navy blue Shetland floss ; collar, cuffs, pockets and girdle finished in white. Value $4.00. All sizes, Sat. $2.59 79c New fresh stock just in; made of long cloth, slip-on style; lace and embroidery trimmed. Choice of six styles. Values $1.00 and $1.19. Saturday, special 89c Women's Knit Pants Seven dozen fine gauze cotton and lisle summer weight pants; tight or lace finish. Values Ο Or* 39c and 59c. Per pair Saturday uwv DISTINCTIVE Any number of becoming hats are offered. We have large and small models. Other distinctive models are trimmed with flowers, fruits, ribbons and beiries of the most favored colorings as well as hats in all black, are shown at this establishment Special Millinery Bargains Panamas, trimmed; value $3.25, at $1.98 Mannish Sailors. Spec. 98c to $1.49 Children's Hats; trimmed with flowers; value $2.25 $1.25 Milan Hemp Turban at .... 98c Children's Lace Hats; value $1.08; at -,89c THE FRENCH MILLINERY S. LEVINSTON 308 State St., Perth Amboy ΤΙ» EVENING NEWS reaches 8,000 homes every night with a message from each advertiser. Petition for Curfew Believing that a curfew Is needed for this city now more than ever, the Women's Christian Temperance Union Is going to petition the mayor and board of aldermen to enact an ordi nance to that effect. The members of the W. C. T. Ù. believe that In \lew of the fact that many soldiers and sail ors have been sent hero that th· young girls of the city should be off the street by 9 o'clock during the summer months and I o'clock during the winter. At a meeting held at the home of the president, Mrs. Jane Ovcrington. of Smith street, yesterday afternoon It was decided to circulate the petition and present it to the board of aldermen at their next meet ing. A petition signed by several hun dred people was presented to the board of aldermen two or three years' ago by the W. C. T. U., but no action» was taken on It. The women are go ing to fight for It this time and say that It should be passed. That the petitions for local option In tho city will be put In circulation shortly was ι decided upon. Auto Afire Thp Are department was called out at 12:46 o'clock this afternoon to an-· swer α call turned In from box 6 3 at New Brunswick avenue and Elm! street. An automobile belonging to j Leo Donohue caught Are in the Rar-1 ltan garage as the result of a back fire. I The blnjse was extinguished with j chemicals before the Are companies ; arrived. The garage adjoins the scene ι of yesterday's big conflagration. Raise Salary j William E. Flynn, superintendent of docks In this city, had a letter before tho Board of Harbor Commissioners j at their meeting Wednesday night re-, questing an Increase in salary. After ι some discussion it was unanimously decided to Increase hie salary fifteen dollars a month. He now receives ninety dollars The clerk of the board was instruct ed to request City Attorney Leo Gold bergcr to write to the Hermann & Herrman Chemical Company con cerning $1,200 in back rents which that company owes the board. SETTLE FOR $200 Suit Against Jersey Central Traction for Accident NEW BRUNSWICK, May 10—Tho suit of John A. Kennedy, of South Amboy, vs. the Jersey Central Trao tlon Company, for Injuries sustained by his wife In a fall from one of the defendant's cars, has been settled out of court for the sum of J200. Mrs. Kennedy was alighting from α trolley at Smith and State streete in Perth Amboy last fall when she was thrown violently to the pavement as the car started up without warning. The case was to have beon heard be fore Judge Lloyd in the circuit court here yesterday. F. M. Pearse, of Me tuchen, appeared for the Kennedys, while Edmund Wilson, of Long Branch, represented the company's I Interests. Lacquering Bras·. I It Is possible to protect polished 1 metnl surfaces by applying several coats of cold lacquer or celluloid var nish. The lacquer should be applied With a brass camel's-bair brush, after the metal has been polished highly. There must be no grease on the brass or other metal when It is lacquered. Help Win the War! Take 1 or 2 Thrift Stamps with your change Sharp & Hanson ""ΓΠ .· Dm. "Where Quality Rules" 158-160 Smith Street Perth Amboy, N. J McCair* Patterns 'Fho·· 14a McCall's Patterns Help Win the War! Take 1 or 2 Thrift Stamps with your change "Munsing-Wear'* Union Suits For Men A splendid showing of the best union Suits made. Come See Them—Buy Them-Wear Them and find out what real satisfaction in underwear is. Light Weight Ribbed Suits at $1.60 Nainsook Suits $1.00, $1.15, $1.50 and $2.00 'Munsingwear" Union Suits for Women Priced 75c to $1.49. 'Munsingwear" Union Suits for Children Priced 79c and 98c. Handsome New Collars tor Women Priced 49c to $1.98 Just arrived, right up-to-the-minute in style. New creations that seem prettier than any of the styles yet shown this season. Georgettes, Satins, Pique, Organdie Bungalow Aprons Priced 98c to $1.98 Regular apron styles and several different dress apron numbers that fill both the require ments of a house dress and apron. Made of good quality percales and ginghams. Silk Stockings at $1.00 White, black and colors; thread silk with double lisle garter top; reinforced toe, heel and double sole. A stocking that will give long service. FLAGS! Special Combination Sets Flag, pole and bracket complete, ready to put up. PRICED: 98c, $1.25, $1.49 and $1.98 Fast colors that stand all sorts of weather. A New Lot of ^ Lace Trimmed Scarfs Priced 98c, $1.25 &. $1.49 So pretty you will wonder how it is possible to sell them at the above prices. Quality—so good we know yovl will want three or four. Another Special Lot of 81x90 Seamless Sheets lor $1.49 Each Made of full width sheeting that is free from any kind of starch or dressing; pure bleached and worth right now $2.00 each. Stock up while this lot lasts because we can not buy more to sell at this price. "Lonsdale" Cambric at 29c Yard Here is a real bargain. Every woman knows all about Lonsdale Cambric. This is that splen did soft finish nainsook cambric. The best of all the "Lonsdale" makes. Saturday only 29c yard. Girls' Wash Dresses Made of fine fast colored ginghams, oxford cloths, eto., in plain, plaid or combination of both ; pretty designs that appeal to girls who like to be well dressed. Sizes 6 to 14 years. PRICED: $1.50, $1.98, $2.49 and $2.98 More Pretty ^ White Voile Waists at $1.98 Each Attractive and desirable from every point of view—quality, designs and workmanship—■ in fact, just the prettiest you can find any where at $1.98 each. A Brand New Shipment of 32 Inch Ginghams Selling at 49c a Yard Beautiful colorings in large fancy plaids; enough of them to please every woman who wonts a real good gingham dress. * Beautiful Floral Voiles 40 inches wide Priced 25c a Yard Soft finish and light weight, just the right fabric for summer wear. Beside floral designs you will find a very attractive assortment small all-over check and plaid designs that are very fashionable this season. Silk Gloves at 59c "Meyers" and other good makes in white or black ; nearly every size from 6 to 8. Buy now for soon this same glove will cost you 75ο a pair. The EVENING NEWS reaches 8,000 homos every night with a message from each advertiser.