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HAHNE & CO.
185 SMITH STREET With the Delepheon Sales Co. I The Gulbransen Player-Piano Comes to Perth Amboy The Gulbransen Is The Best ! PLAYER-PIANO In The World At Its PriceT" —And so that you may know just wherein and why the Gul bransen excels, we have opened this store. —We want you to come in and see the Gulbransen; we want you to play it yourself, to examine its mechanism, to com pare it point by point with any other player-piano you may know. —All this without any obligation on your part. —Because this demonstration is more to show what the Gul bransen is, than to sell it. —Sometime you or your friends may want a plaver-piano—• when that time comes we want you to know the Gulbransen. —Anyone can play the Gulbransen. One lesson gives you mastery of the world’s best music. You can play as the masters have recorded it, or shade the music to your in dividual taste. The Player-Piano is not automatic—it permits the expression of your own individuality. The kind of music you want when yo^ggfit it when you own a The Gulbransen is the Only Player-Piano Guaranteed For Ten Years —Most player-pianos are guaranteed only one year; beyond that the manufacturers are unwilling to go. -But the Gulbransens know their piano—they mak every bit —of their own piano—they know their mechanics and they know their piano’s mechanism. —And so sure are they of both that they guarantee their piano for ten full years of service and satisfaction. Perhaps this explains why More Gulbransens Are Sold Than Any Other Player-Piano !—Like the makers of the Victrola, Packard car or any other nationally known ' article, the Gulbransen makers are sure of their product. Hence they fix the price and that price is the lowest we know for any player-piano of like quality. Gulbransen Player-Piano Prices ‘® \ Include the War Tax, Three Models Suburban $450 COUNTRY SEAT $535 WHITE HOUSE $600 Rear End Collision of N. Y. Central Trains Early Today at Dunkirk, N. Y. By Associated Press. DUNKIRK, N. T., July 1—Eight persons are known to be dead atrd more than fourteen injured in a rear end collision early today of New York Central trains at the Third street station here. Eight bodies have been taken from the wreckage. Res cuers clearing the wreckage were working toward what they believed to be two additional bodies. Six persons, some seriously injured, were taken to the Brooks Memorial hospital. As ■ many more were treated by local and out of town doctors brought here on relief trains. Train No. 41 left Buffalo at 12:01 o’clock. Train No. 7, known as the •■westerner,’’ left a short time later. Railroad officials say that No. 41 de veloped an over-heated journal and was delayed here. A flagman was sent back to protect the rear of the 41, it is claimed, but the “westerner” running 45 to 60 miles an hour did not check Its speed perceptibly as it rushed into the Dunkirk yard, eye wit nesses say. The coaches of No. 41 were all of steel. The tender of the engine of the “westerner" buckled back through a wooden express car, listed slightly by the wreckage of this car engine and tender then crashed into a steel day coach, the first passenger car of the train. It was here that all the fatalities occurred. The boiler of the "westerner's" en gine exploded, fatally scalding the en gineer and fireman. Both died soon after they were taken from the wreck, age. Traffic west of Buffalo on the New York Central line is completely tied up. Trains west are operating ove; the Nickel Plate railroad. OBITUARY Funeral For Mrs. Henry Burns. Muneral services for Mrs. Henry Burns, of 156 State street, held frorrv her late residence this morning, was, followed by a solemn requiem high? mass at St. Mary's church at 10/ o’clock. Many friends and relatives! were at the services. Rev. Father Larkin was celebrant at the mass. Rev. Father Prendergast was deaeon, and Rev. Father Lahey su-deacon. A number of floral trlbuetes were re ceived. The bearers were John Mur ray, William Langon, William Bird, John Cotne, Frank Campbell and James Gerrlty. Childrea’s Coats On Special Sale SILK POPLIN $3.33 ./' • NAVY, COPEN, ROSE, NILE SERGES $4.66 NAVY AND COPEN ASSORT ED NUMBERS, PLEATED FRENCH SERGES $9.98 NAVY, COPEN, SAND SIZES 6 TO 12 NOTE—Watch this column for our Daily Special. Bash’s SPECIALTY SHOP 98 Smith St., Perth Amboy N. J, * ' • Pavlovsky Bros. ^ < ' HIGH GRADE MEATS j AT tOW PRICES i PHONE 27 PHONE 2* j 316 State Street WEDNESDAY BARGAIN DAY 1 CUT PRICE SALE SIRLOIN STEAK 001 Untrimmed, lb... » w Plate and Navel Corned Beef Pound - - J J BACON, Gem Brand, Q n 1 like Dixie, lb. . . O 02 LA LI RAM*, Limit 1 to a Customer, to, ^ / 4 LARD 001 Snow White / UO Best Compound “ Vilrtmt Him Teal Hakes Tire Cluu«ca BET.BOI HS* BITTER 53 SMITH ST. PHO\S ITW ( Foster’^ Bargains ' Dresses & Suits for Vacation These are priced very reasonable, about 180 garments in this Sale Vacation Dresses r" Taffetas, Crepe de Chines and Satins, made in various Styles, suitable for all ages. Colors are Navy, Gray, Alice i) -Bine, Green. Also a few Georgette Beaded Dresses in light i colors, which are slightly soiled. (Bi A QC (Choice in this lot Vacation Dresses 15 Dresses in this lot, stylish, up-to-date ir. every way. r Colors are Blue, Black, Gray, Etc. Crepe de Chine, Taf g? fetas, etc. (PI QC Choice in this lot Silk Dresses - — r 14 in this lot, hut not all sizes; pretty summer time serviceable dresses. The one who gets one <1*0 Q P ji of these is lucky indeed; choice tpO»C/cJ Wool Jersey Dresses Made in Coat Style, braided or plain with contrasting vestee. Two shades of Bine, Gray, | SE$10.95 & $12.95 Summer Suits Women’s and Misses’ Black and White Shepherd Check Suits, box coats or Norfolk style, trimmed with black braid; others without trimming. 2f $3.95 to $5.95 Children’s Summer Coats Light weight Shepherd Check Coats, full length, contrasting collars, just the coat for cool days; sizes 6 to 14 years. Choice $1.98 to $3.50 Ten Special Bargains for Suburban Day 1 Holiday Blouses A new ship ment of 15 dozen sample Voile Waists plain white op white with self sailor or round eollars; some are collarless, plain, tucked or embroidery front; trimmed with dainty laces. Values up to $2.00. All sizes. CM AA j Suburban Day, each __ Pearl Buttons 600 Dozen White Pearl Buttons, assorted sizes; well finished, good quality buttons; suitable for 01 ^ Blouses, Dresses, &c. Special, dozen ™2'«/ Crackerjack 200 Boxes prize Cracker Jack, molasses coated Pop Com and Nuts. Prize in each package. Special per package tlvy Bead Necklaces 14 Doz. Bead Necklaces, 54 in. long; Tan alternating with small beads in Red, Black, Blue, Brown O "l or Green, Special, each Ca*J\j i Nairas Pro-Lino Felt Rugs ■ r Nairns Pro-Lino Felt Rugs (seconds and miss prints)-} * size 9 x 12 ft., several different patterns in light or dark 1 shades with contrasting borders. ■ $3.95 & $4.75 Boudoir Caps F 8 Dozen jBoudoir Caps, made of net or net and voile combinations; lace and rib bon trimmed. Special each * __— White Skirting 75 yards White Broca ded Cotton Skirting, 26 '• ■/. v’ in. wide, good quality. Very slightly soiled. Sub urban Day Special, yard ■ dH * Table Oil Cloth 120 yards plain white “Wearwell,” first quality table m oil cloth, full width, heavy sheeting back. An oil (doth that gives permanent satisfaction. OQr» Special, yard ut/L fl Cretonne 900 Yards Cretonne (seconds) assorted flowered and LB striped pattern; 30 in. wide; short lengths, 1 to 4(4 yards. ! S Buy all you want. Q1 IB Suburban Day Special, yard 03vy IB Men’s Four-in-Hand Ties 24 Dozen Men’s Pure Silk or Satin Four-in-Hand in numerous beautiful patterns, checks, stripes or floral signs; in bright or dull colors; up-to-dqfe choice summer styles. These are wide and and 75c grades. Suburban Day Sale Special, each • MaH ram TottewHle to Go By Way ol New York City! ■With the establishment of the free * delivery system at the Tottenville ' postal station today, the mail service between the Perth Amboy post office and Tottenville that was put in eifec two or three years ago at the request of a number of industries on Stateu island has been abolished. Andrew f J. Farrington the carrier made two trips over the sound each day with c the exception of Sundays since the t mail route was established. 1 All mail solas out from this city for rottenville now must go first to New fork city, then to the Staten Island >ost office at New Brighton and then orwarded to Tottenville, thus mak ng an all day travel before it reaches ts destination. Before, anything tailed here in the morning would go >ver on the 8 o’clock boat to Totten* -llle. Firm Incorporates w “ -- y fitatf Correspondent. NEW B RUNS WICK, July 1:—Artl les of incorporation have been filed y the American Sea ranine Color Works, lac., with factory at Nos, 1 and 3 Peace street, this city. A&orrfe H. Cowan is the agent in charge of the business which will be the man ufacture of aniline dyes and chemical coal tar products. The stock of the company consists of 10,000 shares at $5 each, the incorporators being George S. Burgess, ten shares; Morris H. Cowan, 500 shares, and Frank R. Chicano, 500 shares. LODGES —In winding up the campaign for membership for Perth Amboy Nest No. 1,027, order of Owls, that has been held here during the past two months there were 102 candidates initiated on Sunday afternoon at Palace hall at the largest class since the campaign was started here for the order. makes a total membership of the nest. Supreme Organizer '-S 1 >cputy Organizer Rotsey, who^f j??; been here conducting the ca!iflWBil||PP were present and assisted in the lation. Refreshments were served ' the close of the work. ■ w' Smoker (or St. Peter’s Meim The men of St. Peter's parish wH give a smoker tomorrow night in tl^B parish house in Rector street in hon<^H Df the returned soldiers. All the bo^V wh^^Bre the uniform are ttrVlte^Bj XherBwlll be special entertalnmeiM luring the emnlnlg.