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\ AMUSEMENTS.
T7thYcar! A Perpetoal^Snccess
THE ORIGINAL
WALTER L. MAIN
ALL NEW BIG
Fashion Plate
Railroad Shows
JerseyCity, Monday, Sept. 23rd
Shows, Lot, Boulevard and St. Paul’s Ave.
Biggest. Cleanest, Brightest and Best.
DOUBLE CIRCUSES. MENAGERIES
AND HIPPODROMES.
TWENTIETH CENTURY IDEA
Greater and Grander Than Ever.
•'A VAST, ALL-STAR PROGRAMME
j of Sensational and Exclusive Features.
{ “A WHITE PHILIPPINE
WATER BUFFALO BULL’
j Human eyes will never behold another.
' Exhibited in our Double Menagerie now.
1 The largest of any traveling exhibition.
Latest South American Arrivals,
tT'GARSEUNETTI FAMILY 8
' The most marvelous acrobats of modern
\ times. The highest salaried circus act in
] America.
A Bewildering Street Pageant.
Free Open Air Exhibition by the Gir!
• ! with the Auburn Hair, the World's Most
! Wonderful High Diver, on the grounds at
,11 A. M. and 6.30 P. M.
, TWO Performances Daily—Doors open
• at 1 and 7 P. M. Performance begins at
2 and S P. M. Afternoon and evening
performances equally complete, rain or
f shine.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Evenings at 8:10. Wed. and Sat. Mats,
at 2:10.
Good Reserved Seats at 26 and 60c.
ONE OF THE BRAVEST
Next Week—“THE FATAL WEDDING."
On Purity.
People will walk a
dozen blocks to have a
prescription put up by
a druggist of reputa
tion. Many people
find it to their inter
est to use a whiskey
with an enduring rep
utation like
OLD
GROW
RYE
If bought at a respect
able store they are
sure of having the
best money will buy.
wOLD MEDAL AWARDED PARIS, 1900.
H. B. KIRK & CC.
POLE KOT1LEBS.
3STBW yohh:.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
—AND—
BRIDGE BUILDERS.
Notice is hereby given by the Board of
Chosen Freeholders of the County of
Hudson, State of New Jersey, that sealed
proposals for the reconstruction of the
Newark Avenue Bridge and draws thereof
over and across the Hackensack River,
Hudson County, N. J., will he received
and opened at a meeting of the said Board
to be held at the Court House of said
County, in Jersey City, on MONDAY,
OCTOBER 7, 1901, at 5 o'clock P. M.
Pians of the work can be examined,
printed conditions under which the pro
posals must be made, specifications of
the work, form of contract, blanks for
proposals and any necessary information
can be obtained at the office of the Board
of Chosen Freeholders, adjoining tne
Court House, Newark avenue, Jersey City,
N J., on or after September 27, 1901.
Further notice is hereby given that the
work above mentioned, with the contracts
and obligations to be made therefor, are
to be done under and in pursuance of an
act entitled "An Act to enable the Board
of Chosen Freeholders ot any of the sev
eral counties of this State to construct
and reconstruct bridges over and across
navigable streams therein,” approved
March 28. 1892. , . .
Each proposal must be accompanied by
a certified check, drawn to the order of
Hugh Dugan, County Collector, on some
banking institution in Hudson County, in
the sum of two thousand dollars, or cash
to the same amount; and the successful
bidder in each case will be required to
give bonds to secure the performance of
the contract when awarded.
The Board of Chosen Freeholders re
serves the right to reject any and all pro
posals if it be deemed for the best inter
est* of the county so to do.
'By order of the Board of Chosen Free
holders. by resolution September 18. 1901.
JOHN P. EGAN, Clerk.
WHO STRUCK MRS. CONNELL?
Too Mu oh Boor and Sociability Land
Patrick C’sey in Sail.
A game of dominoes and numerous pints
of beer caused a rumpus last night in the
tenement at No. 129 Clinton street, Ho
boken. Every tenant in the house seemed
to have been mixed up in the row, so
subpoenaes were issued for all of them
to appear in court for the purpose of find
ing out who struck Mrs. Connell.
Mrs. Connell lives on the first floor. She
is a sister-in-law to Mrs. Patrick Carey,
who lives on the top floor. It appears
that Carey, with his wife and the other
tenants, was enjoying a little social ses
sion when Mrs. Connell ordered him out.
He refused tq go and a fight followed
immediately, during which Mrs. Connell
was struck in the face.
Carey was charged with the assault.
He was held in default of $200 bail to
await the action of the Grand Jury.
IT’S COLD TODAY.
There was e- noise that sounded exactly
like the singing of a locust on a hot-day
In the ante-room of the Mayor’s oifice
this morning. The chilly occupants of the
room looked around in surprise. Then
rame the cheering discovery that steam
had been turned on throughout the build
ing.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26,27 and 28,
On the above dates we shall hold our first grand reception or opening, we would like to have every MAN, WOMAN and
CHILD, who can possibly get to our store to favor us with a visit. We shall have only one thought for these days and that
will be how we can best welcome and best entertain our friends. We have in our hand and heart a cordial welcome for every
body’. We have prepared a little ENTERTA1NMEN 1 for our callers IN THE WAY OF MUSIC, FLOWERS AND
SOUVENIRS, and in the elegant display of new seasonable
Up-To-Date Clothing, Hats and Gents Furnishings for the Coming Fall and Winter,
And we assure you that the visit will repay you in many ways for the time spent in making it. OUR P.ALL STOCK IS
READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION and a better display of EXCELLENT CLOTHINC i°r MEN, BOYS and OMlLUltJiN
has never been exhibited in Jersey City. We have stocked two spacious floors with the NEWEST. AND BEST UNION
MADE New York, Rochester and Baltimore Clothing, which we have bought at exceedingly low prices and which in order
to commemorate our opening will be sold at a small margin of profit We do .not care to sell goods on the first day of
our ooenins for we expect to devote our entire time to entertaining our friends and callers. „
We have engaged the popular Mr. J. Freudenberger as Manager, also the popular Mr. John Sny er or our g
Department, and Mr. L. B. Brown, of No. 313 Communipaw Avenue, for our Furnishing Department, who invite their friends
to honor them with a call.
Do not forget that we are a Strictly Cash House and will sell you at sucn iow irnte&
that will astonish you.
one: price: to all
And all Goods marked in Plain Figures.
COME TO OUR OPENING and bring your friends and make yourself at home—stay all day stay part of the day
stay an hour or stay ten minutes. Be sure to come and
GET A SOUVENIR.
WE SHALL BE PLEASED TO SEE YOU.
RESPECTFULLY,
THE FAMOUS,
BIG VALUE ONE PRICE CASH HOUSE,
68 Newark Ave, Jersey City.
RAILROADS. I
Pennsylvania
railroad.
lIHSMADABDJUll.IL Gif AMERICA
IN EFFECT SEPTEMBER 10, ISHll.
Trams leave Jersey City as follows;—
FOR THE WEST.
8.16 A. M. dally. Fast Mail, limited to two j
budet Parlor Cars, Jersey City to
Sleeping Car Puisbura to Chicago. INj .
coaches to Pittsburg.) _ !
9.44 A. M.. uady, Fast Line, with Buffet
Parlor Car for Pittsburg. Pullman bleeping
Car Pittsburg to Cleveland. I
10.14 A. M.. daily, the celebrated Pennsyl
vania Limited, the pioneer of this class ox Uie
service, composed exclusively of PuilmattVej
tibule Compartment, Sleeping,
ation, and Smoking Cars, lighted by
and movable electric light** 10tn^lSSISfi!
Chicago, Cleveland. Toledo, Indianapolis.
lAiuiaville. St. Louis and Cincinnati.
2 14 P. M., daily. Chicago and St. *j0U~,Jf*'
Dress with Vestibule Sleeping and Dining
to St Louis and Chloago. Connects for
Toledo. W-mftfe Sleeping Car to Louis
ville (via Cincinnati).
Ve 13 P M-, daiiy, St. Louis Express for ,
Pittdnirc Columbus. Indianapolis, Louisville
and St. Louis. Pullman Sleeping Car to St.
s 15 p M . dally. Western Express, wltn Ves
tibule Sleeping Cars, to Pittsburg and Chicago.
For Toledo, except Saturday. Dining Car.
814 P a! dally, Paoitic Express, Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg and Chicago. Con'
uist? for Cleveland, except Saturday. Dally lor
S££viUer Te5L7 via* Shenandoah Valle*
BxU44 ’ P M., daily, Cleveland and Cin
cinnati Express. Pullman Vestibule
Sleeping Cars to Pittsburg, Cleveland and
Nashville (via Cincinnati and Louisville).
bIItImSmI. WASHINGTON AND TH3
TTVir Baltimore, Washington and the South at i
8^ 8 44 9-15. 10.32 (Dining Car). 11.14 (Dimng
Cab A Ml 1.14. l.io/ 2.32 (3.44 Con
gressional Limited, Parlor Cars and Penn
S?rtM<?DlSHndK5V34U9'Coil^es<srn1af
limited Parlor Cars and Pennsyl
vania Railroad Dining Car). 3.45, 4.45 (Dlnlns
C«b 5.14 (Dihin* Car), and 9.44 P. M. an/
“southern Railway-Express. 3.45, 4.45
^NorfoUt40 and Western Railway.—For
Memphis and New Orleans, 3.45 P. M.
dAtlantic Coast Llne.-Express, 9.15 A. M.
arche9sap^d& OhU> Railway.-^.15 A. M.
W£eahoar<i Air Line.—Florida and Metropoll
tan Urnlted; 1.15 P. M. daily. Express, 11.30
A- dai%X)R PHILADELPHIA.
trT-'.re^s for PhiladelDhia. 6.33, 7.44, 7.45, 8.13, |
?15 9.44 (10.14 ‘Pennsylvania Limited!.
W32 and 11.14 (Dining Car) AM.; 12.15, 114.
1 15 2 32 3.13, 3.45. 4.lf, 4.44, 4.45, 5.14 and 6.13
min frig Car), 6.15 (Dining Car), 8.14, 8.41,
4 14* 9 44 P. M. and 12.30 night. Sunday,
8 44, 9.15, 9.44 (10.14 Pennsylvania
ffglilCagr)Ca6^ (L.inCnCagr)*a8rl4.681344,(?.in4:
q p M and 12.30 night. Accommoda
tion 1115 A. M., 4-12 and 7.15 P. M. week
riuvi Sunda^. and 7.15 P. M.
Fo?f Atlantic City, 12.30 and 11.14 A. M.,
no 5 1 14 2.32 P- M. (10.13 A. M. and 3.14
fe w through Vestibuled Trains. Buffet
fe'tninr Cars, Passenger Coach, and Com
Sfl Coach week days; 10.32 A. M. Sat
baoLrmiv and 12.30, 6.34, and 8.12
(through Vestibule Train, Pullman Parlor
o„,,bntr Car Pullman Parlor Cars. Penn
fvWanU Rahroad Dining Car and
"‘'“vLi a M. Sundays.
CT?nrh Atlantic City via Delaware River
DHdee Route 12.30. 7.44 A. M.. 12.15, 2.32.
Fnd 514 P M- week days; 12.30, 6.34, U.14
A If 9hi"n P. M. Sundays
APnr Cane Mav, 12.30. 11.14 (Saturdays
on^vl A M.1.15 P. M. week days; 12.30
ATe^' Long'aBranch, Asbury Park. Ocean
t-fetfee Point Pleasant, and intermediate
Sb via Rahway, 9.14 A M., 12.34,
'eii ?62 4 32 5-23, and 7.14 P. M. On Sun
lav 3inV A. M.. 5.28 P. M. (Stop at In
terlaken for Asbury Park or Ocean Grove
° New’ Ynrk Transfer Company will call
fn7honi check baggage from an d to hotels and
TeSDeIHRTCHINSON, .T. R. WOOD.
Gpn’l Mnn****"”*- GpnM Pns^r gfr Agent,
CHARLES GARDNER DEAD
Charles E. Gardenr. of the firm of Gard
ner Brothers, who for thirty years has
conducted a large grocery store on the
southwest corner of Grove and Eighth
streets dropped dead suddenly in his
store at 5:50 o’clock Wednesday afternoon.
His death was due to heart disease.
Dr. Finnerty was hastily called, but
Mr Gardner's death had been almost in
stantaneous. The body was removed to
bit, late home by Undertaker Spe£r. Mr.
Gardner was 67 years old. A family or
Bix adults survive him.
railroads;
/ i-f*CDflORE
-=RAILROAD=*
PICTURESQUE LINE OF TRAVEL TO
THE NORTH AND WEST.
THE NIAGARA FALLS ROUTE.
Trains leave Franklin street (North River)
station, New York, as follows, and fifteen
minutes later from foot W. 42d street, N. R.
Terminal station at Weehawken, N. J., can
be reached via trains of N. J. J. Rd., leaving
Penn. R. R. Depot at Jersey City:—
3:15 A. M. daily for Haverstraw’, West Point.
Cornwall, Newburgh, Kingston and Albany.
7:10 A. M. daily, Albany and Montreal.
10:30 A. M. daily, except Sunday, Saratoga and
Buffalo Express for Catskill Mountains, Lake
George and Mohawk Valley points, Utica and
Buffalo.
B. 11:20 A. M. daily, except Sunday, for
Cranston’s, West Point, Kingston, New Paltz,
Lakes Mohonk and Minnewaska, Catskill
Mountains.
1:00 P. M., Chicago Express, daily.
2:25 P. M., Continental Limited, daily, for
Albany, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester,
Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Detroit,
Chicago and St. Louis. Arrives Chicago and
St. Louis next afternoon. Dining Car at
tached.
D. 3:45 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for Con
gers, Cranston’s, West Point, Cornwall, New
burgh and intermediate stations to Albany.
6:20 P. M. (6:30 P. M. W. 42d st.), Chicago
and St. Louis Limited, daily, for Montreal,
East Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buf
laio, Niagara rails, luiuiuu,
Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis.
7:45 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for East
Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Hamilton, Toronto, De
troit and St. Louis.
9:20 P. M. (9:30 P. M. W. 42d st.) daily for
Albany, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niag
ara Falls, Toronto, Detroit, Cleveland and
Chicago.
B, D—Leaves Brooklyn Annex:—B, +10:45
A. M.; D, +3:06 P. M. Jersey City,
P. R. R. Station:—B, +11:20 A. M.; D,
+3:35 P. M .
Haverstraw Locals:—1-6:45 A. M.; +2:25, 4:20
(W. 42d st. 4:30 P. M.), +5:00 P. M-, +5:20
(W. 42d st. 5:30 P. M.), +6:00, +7:45, || 10:00
and *11:30 P. M. „ . ...
Newburgh Locals:—*8:20, *10:00 A. M.; 1.00,
+4:45, *6:20 P. M. (6:30 W. 42d st.L
Kingston Local:—H:00 P. M.; P. M.
•Dailv IjSundays only. +i3xcepf Sunday.
Pullman Sleeping Cars for Albany. mica.
Syracuse. Rochester. Buffalo, Niagara Palls,
Detroit. Cleveland and Chicago on through
'"westcott's Express check baggage through to
destination. For Cab or Carriage, 'phone 900,
SSFor tickets, time-tables, parlor and sleeping
car accommodations or information apply
offices'—Brooklyn, Nos. 338. 343. 726 Fulton
street; Annex Office, foot of Fulton street;
New York City: Nos. 113, 415, 671 and 1216
Broadway: No. 133 West One Hundred and
Twentv-finh ctreot-, ar* sfations.
P S. BLODGETT, General Supt.
C F. LAMBERT. Gen’l Passenger Agent
Room 2^2, Transit Building, 7 E. Forty-second
street. New York.
^—————————
LEHIGH VALLEY
Trains arrive and depart from P. R. R. Station.
+ Daily except Sunday. Other trains daily.
Lave Jerwy City
6 43 am.Easton Local. 18 so a m
8 05 a m . .Buffalo and Western Express.. 9.16 am
10 16 a m Buffalo, Detroit & Chicago Exp. 4.20 P H
+12 14 P M BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS. +9 56 P M
1.05 p si Man Oil Chunk & Hazleton Local+10.55 a x
+4 22 p m Wilkes-Barre and Scranton Exp. Tl 01 r M
+5 33 t* m .Easton Local. p
6.24 p x Chicago & Toronto VesChiile Ezp. 8 08 P x
8.15 P M .... EXPOSITION EXPRESS .... 7 38AM
Tickets and Pullman accommodations at Pennsyl
vania Railroad Station.
11 n I EC Who Have Used Them
LAUiLO Reoommend as the BEST
mi. Hi.Tti
Star Crown Brand
PEHNYROYM. PILLS. .
Immediate relief, no danger, no pain.
Used for years by leading specialists. Hundreds of testi
moniale. Atrial will convince you of their intrinsic value
in case of suppression. Send ten cent* for sample ana
book. All Druggists or by mail $1.50 box.
KING MEDICINE CO., Box 1930, BOSTON, MKS8.
LADIES! Use Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pills,
Best! Safest! Only Reliable! Take so other.
Buy of your Druggist, or send *e.. stamps, for panic*
olarssnd “Relief for Ladies/’ in letter ir return mall*
Chichester Chemical Co., Piiiluda., Pa.
REPAIRS TO SCHOOL NO. 2
An adjourned meeting of the Board of
Education will be held this evening for
the purpose of receiving bids for the re
pairs to No. 2 School.
BOARD OF FINANCE MEETS.
The Board of Finance la in session this
! afternoon.
MULLINS & SINS
THE EASIEST PLACE
FUBHISH°A HOME
MATTING,
10c. '
PER YARD.
SgPARTtltjk
OIL CLOTH
15c.
PER YAR0.
CARPETS
BRUSSELS CARPET, good serviceable ap.
patterns ....per yard OOC*
TAPESTRY CARPET, others ask w
90c., here at. “ “ fOCi
INGRAIN CARPET, 50c. kind else ap
where...' ** •• i)OCB
MOQUETTE CARPET, good patterns •« « 98c.
STAIR CARPETS,. • 12c.
Q r a WILL FURNISH A
0 • 0 K) FOUR ROOM FLAT
CASH OR CREDIT"
Mullins & Sons
NEWARK AVENUE and GROVE STREET.
Other Stores BROBKLYH, NEWARK, PATEHSOH.
jNuT.lOE TO CREDITORS—ESTATE OF
William V. Johnson, deceased; Hattie M. John
son, executrix of William V. Johnson, de
ceased; by order of the Deputy Surrogate of
Hudson County,, dated July 6, 1901, hereby
gives notice to the credltora of said decedent
to bring in their debUj» demands and claims
| against the estate of said decedent, under oath
Ior affirmation, within nine months from the
date of said order, or they will be forever
barred of any action therefor against said
executrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.—ESTATE OF
Joseph M. Deemer, deceased; Cordelia
Deemer, administratrix of Joseph M. Deemer,
deceased; by order of the Deputy Surrogate of
Hudson County, dated August 20, 1901, hereby
gives notice to *he creditors of said decedent
to bring in their debts, demands and claims
against -the est&ie Qf said decedent, under, oath
or affirmation, Within nine months from the
date of said orde*^; or they will be forever
barred of atiy action therefor against said ad
v h,
ia"ai9^STS.
-— ■ -—
jtfttention, 3oot ffiall 'Ueams.
We are better prepared than ever this
year to supply you with all the neces
sary requirements for Foot Ball Games.
What’s more, we will save you money.
Foot Ball Pants, Men’s or
or Boys’ size, full padded,
made to wear, fully worth
?l.Qp, 55
Foot Ball Jacket to
match, 25
Foot Ball Pants, heavy
canvas, the kind the col
lege teams use, worth
$1-50. 95
Foot Ball Jacket to
match, 50
Moleskin Foot Ball Pants, 1.55
Jackets to match,
Canvas Shin Guards, *”*
Heavy Canvas Shin Guards, leather bound, 65
Leather Shin Guards, well made,
FOOTBALL SHOES. We have secured the very best
Football Shoe on the market and offer them at the
very lowest price, 2.95
FOOTBALLS, 75c. up to 54.00.
We guarantee every football to be made of the strongest
material; every one fit ed with a pure gum bladder.
Heavy Worsted Sweaters for all
around athletics, very suitable
for football; other dealers sell
them atf$6.00; our price, 3.95
500 Fine Wool Sweaters; rare
bargains; they are made of
choice wool, well fashioned;
have striped collars and cuffs,
or plain; worth $2, 1.25
Spalding Official Football G-uiaee, w
Sn the Vl/orld’s Sreatest Srocery.
It must be remembered that all butcher shops are closed
Sundays In compliance with a recently passed law. The items
which follow suggest good things for the Sunday dinner. Prices
are exceptionally tempting.
BUTTER: Choice XXXX Elgin Creamery Butter, lb., 20
TEA: Tetley’s India Ceylon Tea, pkge., 18
ROAST BEEF: Selected Prime Ribs Roast Beef or
Young Pennsylvania Spring Chickens, lb., 12 1-2
LAMB: Hindquarters Choice Canada Spring Lamb, lb., 11
MACKEREL: Large Selected Salt Mackerel, each, 7
CRABS: Large Live Soft Shell Crabs, doz., 25
SAUSAGE: Selected fresh Pork Sausage, lb., 8
CRACKERS: Boss Famous Lunch ‘Milk Biscuits, 1-lb.
Pkge., |
LEMO'NS: Choice Juicy Messina Lemons, doz., »
PIES: Delicious Home-made Pies, delicate, flaky, crisp
crusts, and such fruit, fresh and juicy, regular large
family size, each, 23
CAKE: Pound Cake, Plain, Marble, Citron or Raisin, lb., 15
HAMS: Swift’s Premium Sugar Cured- Boiled Ham,
sliced, lb., 21
RASPBERRIES: ‘IMonroe” Black or Red, 2-lb. can, 12
COFFEE: Mocha and Java, “Popular Blend,” rich and
full bodied, lb., 25
STRAWBERRIES: Boyles “Victory” Dessert Straw
berries, can, 9
CASTILE SOAP: “Espana Oliva,” green or white, long
bar. 10
HONEY: Violet Comb Honey, per glass, 9
‘[Sines and jCiquors.
OLD CROW WHISKEY, bot., 60
CALIFORNIA GRAPE BRANDY, hot., 80
MONONGAHELA RYE WHISKEY, gal., 2.35
{Pretty Jewelry.
Specials for Saturday Selling.
The girl of the period uses jewelry lavishly. Hair pins, stick
pins, breast pins, brooches, bracelets, chains, belt ornaments and
rings gleam attractively. The constant activity of our Jewelry
Store is ample evidence of the popularity of these embellish
ments. Silver bag purses are also in such great demand that
we emphasize the following:
STERLING SILVER BAGS, medium size, fish scale
mesh, with handsome heavy embossed top and chate
lain tb match, regularly worth $12.00; special tomorrow
at, 8.25
STEALING SILVER PURSES, fish scale mesh, w:tn
French gray embossed top, ring and chain, regularly
worth $4.50; price tomorrow, 2.95
STERLING SILVER PURSES, soldered link mesh;
heavy embossed top, ring and chain attached; regu
larly worth $3.00 price tomorrow, 1.75
STERLING SILVER GATE TOP PURSES; soldered
links, with ring and chain attached; regularly worth
$4.50; price tomorrow, 2.75
Silverware.
Rogers’ Famous Make.
The Silverware Department Announces
the following good specials for Saturday.
Being of standard make and in the newest
designs, these offerings are decidedly worthy
of prompt attention.
Rogers Nickel Silver Tea Spoons, extra heavy, set of 6, 29
Rogers Nickel Silver Table Spoons, extra heavy, set
of 6. 58
Rogers Nickel Silver .Dinner Forks, extra heavy, set
of 6, 38
Fine Silver Plated Coffee Spoons, beaded border, set
of 6, 43
Fine Silver Plated Oyster Forks, set of 6, 55
ROGERS CQDD MEAT FORK, fancy pattern, in
nicely lined box, worth 50c.; price tomorrow, 39
ROGERS SOUP I.ADLE, full size, same pattern as
above, worth J2.C0; price tomorrow, 1.29
ROGERS GRAVY LADLE, fancy pattern, in nicely
lined case, worth 75c.; price tomorrow, 45
A Remarkable One-Day
Clearance Sale of Cigars,
Some Great Values.
Lovers of good Cigars will be able to -
morrow to purchase to such excellent ad
advantage that it is more than probable
that with store-closing time the last of
the following will have been sold :
Jtt 2.50 por box of 50- JTSWS
grade Cigars; clear Havana, also Sumatra wrapper; long
Havana filler; assorted brands of Key West and New York
make; all strictly hand-made and all desirable shapes and
sizes; actual values up to $9.00 a hundred,
ft* / 50 per box of 50~ 1%.
grade Cigars; all New York made, Sumatra wrapper; fine,
long combination Havana filler; various brands in Perfecto,
Puritano and other desirable shapes; actual values up to $4.50
per hundred.
jCadles’ and 77/en’s Slones,
Three Great (Bargains for Saturday.
OUR EMPIRE GLACE GLOVES, in all the new
shades of mode, tan, brown, oxblood, gray, white
and black; pair, 65
LADIES' 2-CLASP MOCHA GLOVES, H P. K„ in
gray, tan and black, imperial embroidery, perfect
fitting; pair, 95
MEN’S WALKING GLOVES, in mocha and glace,
% P. K., newest shades of popular makes, pair, 98
jCadies’ 9/ee/cwcar.
I
Fancy Styles for Saturday Selling.
Unusually good bargains to tell about
to-morrow. Prices are little, but qual
ities are ambitious enough to satisfy the
most captious shoppers. For instance,
these are some of the styles we specialize
for to-morrow:
Plain Stocks and Stocks with jabots attached; also
Automobile Ties, hemstitched and corded; all o£
silk and excellently made; regular selling price, 49c.
each; Saturday, 25
Stocks, and Stocks with jabots attached; also
Automobile Ties, hemstitched and corded; all of
plain silk and in newest Fall styles; regular selling
price, 98e.; Saturday, * 50
Liberty Silk Collarettes; full and beautifully made,
with long plaited ends; regular selling price 81.25;
Saturday, S5
“Joot 77?ould ”
SHOES FOR MBX.
Every day emphasizes
the excellence of these
famous Shoes, Men
•who seek dressiness,
good-wearing qualities
and comfort unhesitat
ingly ca.l for the “Foot
v Mould” Shoes,
y You don't have to
“break them In.”
What a period of agony “breaking in” a shoe is sometimes.
All shapes to fit all kinds of feet; all leathers and
all sizes and widths, and every pair fully warrant
ed; price, 3.00
CERTAIN 53.00 “FOOT MOULD" SHOES FOR 51-96
We do such a large business in “Foot Mould” Shoes that
there is a continual necessity for changing and improving the
styles. Some lines are discontinued, and in order to effect
rapid clearances we sell them at a decided loas. The gain is
wholly yours.
We offer tomorrow about 400 pairs of “Foot
Mould” Shoes in black calfskin, London toe and
Goodyear welt, per pair, at,
7/f Tit's a 9/etv Style in Tffats
for 97/en and 777oys
IT’S AT THE BIG STORE.
It’s a pretty long leap from a Panama Straw Hat to a
Fall Derby, but that the transition Is not an unpleasant one
is attested by the wonderful number of Derbys we are selling
every day. The man who doesn't want a Derby and who is a
stickler for the Panama shape may find what he likes In
"The Alcazar," our new and very popular soft hat, which is
modelled along the lines of the Panama.
Hats for all sorts of faces and tastes; Just as good as If
you went to a high-class exclusive hatter’s and for far less
money. And it is just as well to remember that you save 20
to 50 per cent, every time you do buy a hat here.
THE BRIGHTON DERBY FOR MEN Is without
question the best hat in the world at the price;
every liat is fully guaranteed; price, 2.00
THE IMPORTED ‘‘BEDL'MOuvE’’ DERBY, a very
nobby hat built on English lines; pronounced by ex
perts to be THE SWEBBEST DERBY EVER
SHOWN IN NE W YORK. All dimensions in height
of crown and width of brim; price, 2.85
A NEW SWELL SOFT HAT, “THE ALCAZAR,"
on the Panama shape; all the new shades in blue,
pearl, steel "terry nutria” and black; an out-and
out $3.00 hat for l.SO
BOYS' DER’BYS, Boys’ Tourists, Boys’ Golf Shape*
and Boys’ Troopers, in all shades and in stiff or
soft fur felt stock; $1.50 values, 95
BOYS' TAM O’ SHANTERS, fast color; ell woolen
materials: navy, red and brown; prettily embroid
ered; also in plain effects, 48
NOTICE TO CREDITORS—ESTATE OB'
; ‘ Rosa E. Miller, deceased; James B\
Fielder Executor of Rosa E. Miller, de
ceased'bv order of the Deputy Surrogate
of Hudson County, dated June f6. li»t)J.
hereby gives notice to the creditors or
said decedent to bring in their debts, de
mands and claims against the estate or
said decedent, under oath or affirmation
within nine months from the date of said
order or they will be forever barred of
any Action
WILLIAM BRINKERHOFF,
Proctor.
NOTICE OP SETTLEMENT.—NOTICE IS
hereby given that the final account of the
subscriber, administrator pendente lite of the
estate of Cord Hillebrandt, deceased, will be
audited and stated by the Surrogate of the
County of Hudson, and reported for settle
i ment on Friday, the 11th day of Septemuer
j ited July 17, A. D. 1ML
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OilDTlIDr«CURED
PpSK S B f&0r M H « HHk p REMEMBER, F Have been
■G id ■ ■ B M B fl B B B treating rupture tor over1
ll 1 ■ i 1 «S R 1 ■ ii H tell years end have cured
EB B DH B MS n Sa thousands of cases. 1 can
The above i^iot a mere statement, but it is a fact. Don t waste your f
money md time on trusses. If you do you will wear one-to your No }
truM will cure a Rupture. Every truss-wearer will bear me Out in this
statement. Consult the Co-tor who has permanently cured over 40,000 of
the most severe forms of Rupture, and who can cure you._
1 housaads ot re erences and testimonials upon application.
No Truss. No Pain. No Cutting. Send Booklet on Rupture free
« i»5cMJfc&tE£ W8JM5WB&.. «.
Oh erg * end terms rearonablr. »Wto» Haori : 5 to < and 6 to s. fund aye, i to 4 P, M.

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