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JERSEY CITY, N. J., SATURDAY. JANUARY 10, 1903. NEWARK AVENUE RAILROAD AVENUE. SffflTE SAL^~ Greatest of Muslinwear | Sales .An Exposition of WKite Excellence - THat Challenges Comparison |-—-•—-—~:~'V—:-*--—:—: BeginniDg'"Mond<v. January t2th, we will inaugurate our greatest .Muslinwear Sale. It is. the suprcmest effort we have ever made in this line; and we’ve had long years ot experience in buying and selling Muslinwear. ‘.Ve claim for this sale | that the qualities are higher and the prices are lower than anvwhere else; and the go ds back up the claim. The daily i papers are lull of broad superlatives’about current sales of Mu^iiit wear. How can you differentiate? it’s not hard,, to separate the chaff from the grain. Comparison is the simplest,’the easiest method. And we challenge comparison. This sate of ours is an exposition of pure white daintiness, grand wearing qualities and unexcelled low prices. Even the 6-cenl Corset Covers and n-cent Drawers have felled seams ; and no Gown or Corset Cover elsewhere can successfully compete with pur 25-eent offering; Look for skimpineSs, raw edges and slovenly work at other stores; see how clean, neat and wholesome in material and make; how full, long and generous in cut; how firm, strong and even in finish is each Garment in this ~ Great January Muslinwear Sale and not one piece shown has seen the sweat-shop. Each was made in State-inspected factories by clean and healthy operatives. Make the comparisons we suggest; look around elsewhere and here. We know where you’ll buy. We carry Extra Sizes in ail Muslinwear Garments at the lowest prices. # f Corset Covers From the least Expensive to the | most costly, these Corset Covers itoitl ] more goodness at their respective j prices than you've ever known, be- i fore. 2 styles in Cambric, all size-, three to a customer; worwi 12*7 cents. :rt. Of Cambric, with square neck and liraw strings at "■nf--. thvAi to-.a cnMdmer; worth lb cents, at. Of Cambric, in three styles with lace or embroidery; wfcrth 29 cents, at.'u ....!. Of Cambric, -with lace or embroidery and draw string at waist; worth-37 cents. at... Of Cambric, in three styles . with lace or embroidery. French shape: worth 4.7 ( cents, at.'.. Of Cambric, with lace in serting. draw string at waist; worth-55 cents, at. . Of Nainsook or Cambric, round necks. Valenciennes lace or embroidery trimmed; worth 69 cents, at. ..■ Of Nainsook or Cambric.' beautifully made with lace yr Embroidery; worth 95. cents, at.. Of- Nainsook. French shape. Point lie Paris lace ■and inserting*; wortli 1.25, at He! 19c 25c 29c 39c 49c 79c S9:r Others up to 2,63 '* i Drawers Are items that many maters skimp, because from the nature of the article it is less easily discovered than in other muslin-weaf. Examine our showing; the generous fullness and perfect finish is a part of their value. Of Muslin, plain hemmed, with pleats, three to a cus tomer; worth 19 cents, at Of Cambric, with hem stitched ruffle, three to a customer; worth 29 cepts, at Of Muslin, hem-stitched ind tucked umbrella flounce-; wpMh 37 cents, at .... Of Muslin, two styles, em broidery or lace trimmed Bounce; worth 45 cents, at Of Cambric or Muslin, em broidery trimmed; worth 57 cents, at. Of Cambric, with Point de Paris lace or embroidery; worth 09 cents, at. Of Nainsook or Cambric, Torchon lace or blind em broidery; worth 1.00, at... Of Nainsook, with lace or embroidery trimmed and in sertion; worth 1.38, at.... lie 19c 25c 29c 39c 49c 79c 98c Others up to 4.4S . Nightgowns This list is but a part of the offering, of course; but you needn’t go beyond it to get-supreme satisfaction in easy, well-cut and well-made garments. Of Muslin, tucked yoke; V or high neck, three to a cus tomer; worth 48 cents, at. . Of Muslin, with embroidery or lace, V or high neck; worth 09 ceuts, at. Of Muslin or Cambric, tucked yoke with embroid ery, short sleeves, high or low neck; worth 73 cents, at... Of Cambric or Muslin, with embroidery or lace, V or high neck; worth 87 cents, at... Of Cambric or Muslin, lace or embroiders,- trimmed, in many styles; worth 1.00, at .. Of Cambric, three styles, embroidery trimmed, V or square necks; (worth 1.12, at.. Of Cambric or Nainsook, embroidery or Valenciennes or Point de Paris lace, low neck, short sleeves or high neck; worth 1.50; at. Of Nainsook or Cambric, fine embroidery trimmed; worth* 1.98, at ..-... Of .Nainsook or Cambric with tine lace or embroid ery', full length; worth 2.09, at.;.. 34c 49c 59c 69c 79c 89c 98c 1.49 1,98* OtHers up to 5.98 Petticoats Of Muslin, with lace, um brella flounce; worth <59 cents, at .. Of Cambric, with lace edg ing and inserting; worth 87 cents, at .. Of Cambric, with Torchon lace and inserting flounce; worth 1.00, at... Of Cambric, in four styles, blind or opened embroidery or lace; worth 1.38, at. .... Of fine quality Cambric, embroidery trimmed; worth 1.75, at .. Of Cambric, with long flounce and wide embroid ery or lace; worth 1.98, at Of Cambric, with fine lawn flounce, wide lace or em broidery or inserting*; worth 2.69, at . 49c 69c 79c 98c 1.39 1.49 1.98 Others up to Chemises Of Muslin, in two styles, with cambric ruffle; worth 35 cents, at ... Of Cambric, with iact? or embroidery; worth 69 cents, at.f.> Of Muslin, very wide, plain, corded baud; worth 50 cents, at.. Others up to 1.98 23c 49c 39c Great Sale of Sample W. B. Corsets . B. white, ui.i)> or .black Sating or •l^n.sample COK«JSti$; worth l.o;t to J. <at.. W. II. tint- ('unfit, sample (’OKSETS, .aee and riblxm trimmed; worth a.00 i.i at. 59c | 83c VV. B. strong Jean CORSETS, new ex tended hips, liins gored: 'worth '2,00: QTn ;it . .... .. C W, IJ. “Ereot Form" Nursing COR ™ new patent glove elasps; worth ()Yc \V. B. white or <lrab Oontil COROTS. lace and ribbon trimmed, for mcuiuni ■■ ijw figures; worth 2.50, at.. X«0# \V. B. extra fine 'Coutil, ‘’Erect Form” CORSETS, well-boned and bias gored; worth’3.00, at. 1.9 > Jersey- City The FURST co- th. rURST ^ — - *___ * 4, v • ry;\ J ersey City REPAiRiNG BREAK. Contractor Gilespie’s Men Working on Fractured Main Unner Hacken s?rc : River. The crack iu the six foot sleel pipe across the bed of the Hackensack Itjver was first discovered on December 13 by some of Sub-Contractor Gillespie's men. The crack was due to a flaw iu the steel where section of the pipe tome to gether. It is two inches wide at its »£■!*■"™ "-IXU” JL!___ Dr. J. B. FARRELL Jersey Ctit/’s — S/'a/n/ess ‘DentfSt, Foil Set of Teeth (that fit) 85.00 Ckowx And Bridge Work a Specialty, — All Work Guaranteed 10 Years.— P AIHZ.ESS D ENTAL PAKBORS loo .NrAV.MiK A Vi.. upy. , rie st, Teh phone Xo. i'$J —Hours 6 a. m.to9 p. m. soi-uUjna. m toip.m widest point near tlie bottom and tapers up one-half of the circumference of the ! '4 ; The engineers^say that the concrete i foundation on which the pipe is laid are ■ not damaged. They believe that the ! cracking was caused by the sagging of ! the pipe. ■ The break will be repaired by placing I circular steel plates on the inside of i the pipe. The repairs will probably cost | $1,000. The city lias not accented the main, and tile loss will fall^ on the contractor. Engineer Harrison, of the Jersey City Supply Company, says that only one (law lias been discovered in 15.000 tons of 1 pipe laid by the contractor. i . . SMALL INVESTORS MAKE MO PROFITS. ; The Jno. J. 'Ryan & Co. Breeding Farm, Book making Enterprise and General Turf Bpe'ula | tions, whose reliability is unquestionabl.? f.r • demonstrating their ability to pay u per c:m. I weekly on investments of $20 and upwards. ! Investors in this Company have received 5-, per i cent, every week since it began to accept i money from the general public. Jnc. J. Ryun j recently purchased controlling interest in the • Newport Race Track, known as th ? Que«n • City Race Course, justly considered one o; t e j linest Mile.Tracks in America, where he opened i his Race Meeting on Dec. 2tKh, to run ih* • year round. The Jno. J. Ryan & Co. operates ] «JaiL' from seven to ten. Books at h s New port Track, and also operates the • ‘Tuxedo Pool Room// nth And Brighton Sts., Newpo. t Ky . one of the largest Pool Rooms operating in this section of the.country. Mr. Ryan in tends purchasing a complete Racing Circuit, ami on Dec. 19t&, at the meeting at the Gib- i son House, at Cincinnati, sprang a great sur prise on the Turf World, when he re-organ zed i the' American Turf Congress, and granted dates to live different race tracks and is the General Dictator of this body. The Jno. J. ‘Ryan & ’Co, own one of the best equ pped Breeding f'arais in the Country, known as the. plkton Stock Farm, situated at Elkton, Cecil Co., Md., formerly the property of Hon. Wm. Slngerly. of Philadelphia, Pa. The Jrt . J. Ryan & Co. have a number of high cLis.sea' Brood Mares and Stallions, and are purchasing more, whenever they can be bought at reas n able figures. Now this Breeding Farm, to gether with the Bookmakina Enterprise, and the Race Track controlled individually by Jnc. J. Ryan, 'makes this Company the strongest of its kind in the world. The unusual size of the Purses at the Newport Track, draws the faste :est and best horses in this Country, and the success of the Continuous Meeting at New port, Ky., is beyond all expectation. Some people may doubt the Company’s ab'lity to pay 5 per cent, weekly, but an investigation of the Company’s . Financial Strength and Method will convince the most sceptical. A handsome* Booklet, containing full Information regarding the Company’s Method, its ent're plan, and any further information an Investor should desire, will be sent free, upon rice pt of your name and address. Do not neglect the Greatest Money Making Opportunity you have ever had. Address all communications to Jno J. Ryan & Co., St. Louis, Mo. -*■ lour Fortune Told Free BV THE ZODIAC, to* of your life and a moiit Interertln* Roof on A*. troliwy. if yoo for remruj^^r happy and H AG A2ISTS Of KTSTSSHS, 22 » man Jntereetln* B. _ __ the date of your torth and itamp ’xadreS'1' William St., KX City. AMUSEMENTS Academy of Music. Eve’s at 8.10. Wed. & Sat. Mats 2.10 Are You A Mason Next Week—Qnincy Adams Sawyer. MADISON SQUARE GARDEN MONDAY, JANUARY 12 TH, GRAND MASQUERADE BALI OF THE CERCLE FRANCAIS DE L’HARMONIE Boxes and tickets at Clubhouse, 24 West JCth street, and principal hotels. HUDSON COUNTY ORPHANS' COURT. In the matter of the estate of John^F Ward deceased. ' ’ Notice. Pursuant to the order of John A Blair Judge of the Orphans' Court of the County of Hudson, made on the 2d day of January 1IW3 on the application of Charles E. Hendrickson' Jr., administrator of the estate of John f' Ward, deceased, notlee is hereby given to the debts and demands against the said estate under oath, within nine months from the date of the aforesaid order, or they will be fo-ever barred of their actions against the said‘sub scriber. ‘ Dated at Jersey City, N. J„ .January 2 it03 CHARI has K. HENDRICKSON Jr ' Administrator ofjohh F. Ward, deceased. General Reduction* \in nil Departments. ~Ket,r, Sty vvtMi.u, lUMfUtni* 151 Newark Avenue, Jersey City. *3 00 bale of Coats <& Suits. White Sale is a success. It couldn’t be otherwise, as everything offered, no natter how low the price, is “The White of Perfection.” Monday’s Offerings SHeets & Pillow Cases for less money than the cost of material. Pillow Cases 45x36 45x36 Hem- - Hem- - med, 9e & 12%c stitched, 12%c - SHeets 81x96 Utica 72x90 Extra —-— Mills -■ Heavy, . 35c Muslin, 49c SHeeting 36-ineh, bleached and unbleached, extra line anti heavy quality, mill ends, value 10. ShaKer Flannel Extra heavy and wide, bought at a low price and to sell at an un usual figure, regular 12c. .'yard.'./......?.. BlanKets White wool Blankets, full size, fancy border: regular 75 cents a pair Grey Blankets, full size, assorted colored borders; regular C3‘ cents, dach.. Towels Satin Daihitsk,' knotted fringe ends, red and blue borders. 20x45; regular 20 cents, at... 6ic T^c 49c 29c Corset Covers 100 dozen high neck, ex cellent. quality . 75 dozen French style, tuck and Valenciennes insertions front and edge Drawers 50 dozen best quality muslin wide umbrella ruffle with cluster of tucks... 25 dozen umbrella ruffle, trimmed with lbce or embroidery, and cluster of tucks... Nig'Ht Robes Boys’ Night Robes with fancy colored trim mings: best value ever offered; sizes from 3 to -12 years...... Outing Flannel Goods GOWNS for Ladies or Misses, in neat stripe designs.. SKIRTS, yoke belt in neat stripe effects.attach flounce or embroidered scollop edge. r. .. .. .. .. ; 6Jc 25c 25c 49c 29c 39c 25c 20 Per Cent. Deducted from Mat feed Price Coats, Suits and Furs. Never a Day iyitli Jt;t Its Ear sal ns Wolfsori Bros. 151 Newark Avenue, Jersey City. Sdle of Linings, Notions, and Trimmings. -: AUCTION SALE BY RECEIVER OF W. A. GAVENE8CH CO. To Settle-Estate Os. Thursday, Jan, IS, at 3 P, M. At Receiver’s Office 259 WASHINGTON ST. Open Aoconnts and Judgments. Fall Particulars on Applioation HEjffRY PUSTER, Receiver WOUTER’S WONDER WORKER THE GREAT AND ONLY POSITIVE RHEUMATIC CUBE This MedierMe is not a Cure-all or Patent Medicine, but is only intended for people suffering with Rheumatism, which it is guaranteed to cure, no matter of what nature or of how long stand H. H. WOUTERS, Wholesale and 'Retail Druggist 311 Crow St bet. 1st sod 2nd Sts., JE6SSI CHI, N. J. TO ALL WHOM IT HAY CONCERN. BRIDGE CLOSINC Notice is hereby given -by the Boards of Chosen Freeholders of . the Counties of Hudson and Essex, that it will be necessary to make repairs on the, following bridges over tne Pas saic River, viz:— • ■CLAY .STREET BRIDGE BRIDGE STREET BRIDGE* JACKSON STREET BRIDGE, PLANK ROAD BRIDGE, and PLANK ROAD BRIDGE over the Hacken sack River, and the Bridge across tne Ha,ken sack River at th£ foot of Newark a*enue, Jersey City.1 And that said repairs will be prosecuted with all practical despatch, and to proper y h^m plete said repairs navigation will be closed through aaid bridges between Feb. I end Feb. 20, 1903, in accordance with the provisions of an Act ^ entitled “An Act to amend an act respect ng 'bridges,” approved April 8tn, 1892. By order of Joint Committee. WILLIAM DAHM, FRANK E. WARD. Chairmen of Committee*. STATE OF NEW JERSE ^DEPARTMENT OF STATE. CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION To all to whom these presents may come. Greeting: - Whereas, It appears * to my satisfaction, by duly authenticated record of the proceedings for the voluntary dissolution thereof by the unanimous consent of &1! the stockholders. de posited in my office, tjbat the Tri-Metal Bait ing and Supply Company, M corporation of this State, whose principal \ office is situated ac No. 15 Exchange place, in the city or Jersey City, County of Hudson. State of New Jersey (The Corporation Trust Company of New Jer sey being agent therein and in charge there of, upon whom process may be served), has Complied with the requirements of ".An Act concerning corporations (Revision of 1S96),” preliminary to the issuing of this certificate of dissolution. . Now, therefore, I, 8. D. Dickinson, Se:re tary of State of the State of Nefr Jersey, dp herebv certify that the. said corporat:on, did, i on the twenty-third day of December.. 190fc file . in my office a duly executed and attested con sent in writing to the diasolutlon of sakj, car. poration, executed by all the stockholders thereof, which said consent and the record of the proceedings aforesaid are now on file in my said office as provided by law. In testimony whereof, I have here to* set my hand aud affixed my (Seal.) official seal, at Trenton, this twenty third day of. December,, AV -on» thousand nine hundred nod two. - I & D. DIcklN'sbSf, * I Secretary of State. 1 CLYDE LINE THE ONLY DIRECT ALL WAT^R ROUTE BETWEEN NEW YORK, BOSTON -AND Charleston, S, C. Jacksonville, Fla. St. Johns River Service between Jacksonville and S»nf3rd, Fla., and intermediate landings. The '‘Clvde Line ” 1, the favorite route be twffn SEWyQBK. BOSTON. PHILADEL PHIA * EASTERN POIX1ti. and ( H ARLES JOh.H C-.andSACKSOXV1LLU,FLA..inak i;uc n ect eonneetionr for all interior points llirouffhoutthe Smith and Sonrnwwu. FAST MODERN STEAMSHIPS FINEST SERVICE 10 State Street, Now York. WM. P. CLYDE A CO., Cen'l \gU. TilEO. O. EGER. O. M. Oh Purity, ftfGlSTWtB htUmAwmoJutYR-'W*. ILD CROWS aiwwwwvvWiwwwvvwwyi ^ Kciifves Kidney & Bladder tf?T t> ik llru'u'es at cnee. 1 Mluiflll Cures in Each Caprule brun the name— IMIdJ Bow-are of vscless'*-*' rypcwhiters :® ” All Uihkeb 58 Warrer.. N. T. 33u Fulton, 8’klya. LNRvS^J ,f bon*,'t at * re!’pect' |EB.Kirk&U)l able ttor* they are "■ sure of having the but money will buy. •;0>.3 MEDAli AWARDED PARIS, :90ft H* B. KIRK & CC fpiM r.vTTirn*. MT3ES-VST YOUK. People win wsfk • cozen blocks to have e prescription put up by * druggist of reputa tion. Many people And it to their Inter est to use a whiskey With an enduring re. station like Tlieatre ... Newark "Ave. and Bay St Telephone Call 175. “POPULAR WITH THE PEOPLE.' BALCONY *">£■£_« OR C II ESTR .A. —-'/'v ^ tSKATS, ^OCl CHAIRS. OvJO ALL NEXT WEfcK.JANUARY I 2 BARGAIN MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. There lias nevej' been a more earnest, forcible, moral taught over the V footlights than that conveyed in £*+*++++*++•++*++*•■■ j The Little Church | Around the Corner I LAUGHTER LEXGHTENS LIFE. TEARS ARE THE SHOWERS THAT PURIFY THE SOUL. The Wisdom of King Solomon Outdone by the Plea of a Little Tot. SITUATIONS. THRILLING ADVENTURES. EXCITING CLIMAXES. APPLAUDED BY ALL. SOUVENIR PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE “I.ITTLF CHURCH AROUND THE CORNER” FOR ALL THE LADIES AT THE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES. Naxt At raction “AT CRIPPLE CREEK next wee k: 0O3VI3Vri!33Nr0X»JC3r MOWDA-Y A A Matinee J ANUARY Matineo Pay SPECIAL A HANDSOME SOUVENIR PRESENTED TO EACH LADY ATTEND 1NO THE MATINEES DURING THE ENTIRE WEEK. All Seats to Ladies at Matinees 25c Fashionable Vaudeville HEADED BY GERTRUDE MANSFIELD & CARL WILBUR In Their Newest Plavl»t “AeBIRD AND A BOTTLE.’’ THE ADONIS TRIO Stewart, Scanlon and Stevens. ARflAN & HARTLEY Comedians, RETA CURTIS Vocalist and Violinist. FRANK COTTON’S Trained Donkeys. MOSHER, HAU9HT0N & MOSHER •Sensational Bicyclists* CARTER DE: HAVEN TRIO Musicians, Singer an<i Dancers. AL. C. LAWRENCE Mimic. AN© THE AMERICAN! VITAGRAPH PRICES IS to £70 OBKTTS Parlor. Suits PARLOR SUIT—5 handsome pieces, upholster ed in a beautiful Damask Covering: substantial in construction; perfect finish. 39.00 PARLOR SUIT—5 pieces; pretty design, rich in appearance; mahogany frame; upholstered in a handsome Damask covering, spring edge; worth sixty dollars. Special Price. PARLOR SUIT—5 comfortable pieces; frame, imitation mahogany, good strong springs, and who would be without a Suit at. PARLOR SUIT—Consisting of 5 elegant pieces, upholstered in a rich grade of silk Damask; ma hogany frame, constructed in the best possible manner, and for comtort and durability you would travel a long distance to match this Suit at.. 49.00 19.50 65.00 Lace Curtains 98c 1.50 1.98 3.98 4.98 6.00 pair for Nottingham Lace CURTAINS, made Vo sell for $1.35. pair for Nottingham Lace CURTAINS, made to sell for $2.cx). pair for Nottingham Lace CURTAINS, made to sell for $2.50. pair for Irish Point Lace CURTAINS, made to sell for $5.50. pair for Irish Point Lace CURTAINS, made to sell for $6.50. pair for Irish Point Lace CURTAINS, made to sell for $8.50. POLE AND FIXTURES 14c JOHN MULLINS & SONS, t NEWARK AVE. & GROVE ST., J. C. * Ollier Stores, . . , Brooklyn and Newark. We Close at 6 P. M. - - _ Saturday at 10 P. M.