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   Trenton Evening Times (Newspaper) - February 15, 1910, Trenton, New Jersey                               sy -ji.1 pw EVENING MM.U8, TUESDAY, i 15, 1910. rKED'K W. DONNELLY'S Hooker a odle do-on HNDS WHDNKSDAY, Feb. ieth, Early purchasers At 6 O'Clock will get the pick of greater variety. Don't overlook this great money saving event. POME AND SEE HOW WE DO IT Winter Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Caps and Furnishings AT 67 c On The Dollar In Fact, Everything In The Store Except Arrow Collars and Sweet-Orr Overalls GRKKff STAMPS WITH EVtRY PDRCBASE ALL ALTERATIONS WILL BE CHARGED FOR Fred'k W. Donnelly Taylor Opera House Stores 14-16 South Broad St. UNION LIBRARY'S NEW BOOKS Some new books that have been recently to the Union bibrarv [214 East State Street will be found in the list below The public is cor- dially welcomed to the use of the read- ing room and books may be secured at a nominal "Lords of Hiirh Meredith Nicholson "The Ralph Conner, 'Mv Ladv of the South" Eandall Parrish, The Poo! of Flame Joseph Vance, Parker, i "The Castle bv the H R Mar- riott Watson, "The Florentine Robins, Thp Greater Harold Bindlass, "Great Pos- sessions Mrs M Ward, The Long Shadow B M Bowers, "The Third Degree Arthur Hornblow The Tjrant Mrs Henrv de la Pastine 'Interplaj, Beatrice Harradan, At the Sign of the Jack o' Lantern, Mv-rtle Reed 'Passers Anthonv Pvrtridge, "The Lantern of Hudson Douglass, "An Vp to Date Clara Parrish Wright, "The Horace Annesley i Vachell, "The Hue Carol} n Wells 'Introducing Corlnn i Winifred Kirk- lind The J-ortunate Pemberton ARRANGING MISSION SERVICES. The Rex Father Bernardme Ludwip pastor of the Immaculate Conception Cbunh completing arrangements for a mission of the Redomptorists Fathers, which will take place next month During mission there ill be special services for the non-English speaking persons ARROW COLLARS having flexible bending points DO NOT CRACK I5c.each, Cluett, Peabodr Co., ARROW CUFFS, 25 cents a Pair SEE MERE GREED IN "OPEN SUNDAY" Methodist Editor and Trenton Admirer Warn Legislature Against Pending Bills Tn the Erittnr nf the Times Sir- The follow ing Iroin the ('hnit- Mii AchiK ite VPU ork, whose ditor Dr J A! Bucklei, in JI iTistoun V T stitcs thp   in the lobby ind buttonhole the niembcis To break up tho quiet of the Sibbnth Daj, ostensibly in the name of heTlth ful recreation hut for nonm is on ours, GKOROE W RinOI'T. Trenton NT J. Peb 12 1910 WANT KNOX BACK State Prison authoiitieb are looking for A O Knox a former convut who Is wanted here for violating his parole Knox went "to New "S ork and forged a i heck He was received in prison here in September, 1003, from Cape Mav Counts for forgerv Street Com- missioner WilMm r Burk and others took an interest m his case and sought his parole Knox s plea as that he wanted to get out of prison and e his young daughter educated ANOTHER CHANCE AT FEDERAL JOBS Last Civil Service Examination's Results Inadequate for the Demand for Men Ihp iligihlr register resulting from tin examination held tho United SUtes  U3 Bureau at Washington, D C, a .ipparcnth inadequate to meet the needs of the service Accordlngh. j bottle IF YOU NFFO A MEDICINE, YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST Although there are hundreds of prep- arations advertised, there is onl> one that reaJlj stand out pre-eminent as a remed} for diseases of the kidney, Ih er and bladder Dr Kilmers Swamp-Root stands tho highest, for the reason that it. his to be just tho remed} needed In thousands upon thousands of (he most distressing cases makes friends quickh ipidiise its mild and immediate effert B soon realized It is a gentle heal- ing vegetable phj sit ian a presirlption for a specific diseasi Swamp-Root is not recommended for thing A Sworn Certificate of Puritv is with another examination will be held March 5 1110, m this and other cities Special fffortb are being made to secure eligibles from Pennsvlvania, New Jcrsev incl Delaware, where tho supph of pligihlcs was less than the I robiblo number of appointments to 1-or sale al all drug stores, in bottles of two -cents and one- dollai SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL. In order to prove what Svvamp-Root the great liver and bladder romidx will do for vou, every reader of the Trenton Evening Times, who has to the office force at Washington D C The work nf employes tvlll be chleflj of four classes (a) Operation of tard-punching and CJrd-tabulatmK machines Operation of tjpewrlters add- ing machines or combined adding machines i' Manuscript tabulation and other clerical work (d) Sub-clerical work, such as that of messenger watchmen and laborers The entrance for classes (a) (bl and (c) as specified above, tvill be nt tlif rate oi per annum, but It is that a. considerable pro- portion of those eraploved will ho 1 rnmoted to per annum within two or three months after entering the service and promotion to at least per annum will be reasonably rapid for those who render satisfac- tory The salarits of sub-clerical positio'ns will be as follows Messenger. assistant messengers 5720, watchmen, J720 laborers The approximate number of addi- tional appointments to he made in the Census Bureau during: the threes ear decennial census period which ends June 30, 1112 is three thousand It is expected that appointments from this examination will be made m "ipnl 1110 such will be tem- and subject to termination, as the exigencies of the service mar re- quire In no case will appointments from this examination extend beyond June 30 1912 For application blanks schedule of places examination and all further information applv to Colonel George Forman, local secretary United Statt s Civil Service Commission, Tren- ton Post Office RECITAL FOR ORGAN FUND. The ne-rt recital In the first Bap- tist Church will be Riven on Thursday February 24, under the dlrec- t on of Mrs G A. Gebticn The pro- gram will include the Geibel Quartet and a ladies' quartet, and soloa by Anna Bazner soprano, and Miss Ella contralto The pro- tends from this and other recitals ar- ranged bj Mrs Lebtlen will be used for the remodeling and rededlcation of thf memorial organ in the church POLICEMAN HURT BY FALL. Patrolman John Murphy of the First Pre  Veceh e bj maj, free Dr Kilmer Co, Bingham- tqn N Y Write today POLITICS CURSE OF S6 Declare Officers of Federal Army Who Have Made Inspections Officers of the United States Army who have been studying efficiency and defects of the National Guard of New Jersey have lompleted a report based on their observations The curse of the guard is politics, state municipal com- ments the report Adverse comment is also made about election of officers, the report holding that men who prove faithful to their duty as militiamen should be in line for promotion It is alleged that the men are deficient in guard duty instructions Captain Frederick Marsh says the practice of sending the Jersey guards- men to the big gun practice at Sandv Hook Is wrong Thev should be in- structed on guns no larger than five inches, then thej would get the theoo better developed He wants more sea coast artillerv for Jersey, with its long stretch of coast Another recommendation is that armv officers Inspect the supplies and munitions of the United States in the hands of the soldiers of the states at least once a year and give instructions as to care, etc FETTERS TO LIVE IN WISCONSIN RalrJh F Fetter, formerly master me- chanic of the American Bridge Com- panv's Trenton plant, is now perma- nently -located at Wis-, where he Is employed as master me- chanic for the Modern Steel Struc- tural Companj Mrs Fetter will leave Trenton on Friday to Join her husband in the West. HISTORYTEACHERS EL MEET HERE Judge Lanning and Others to Speak at Next Satur- day's Sessions The Trenton Conference of the As- seeiation of Historv Teachers of tho Middle States and Maryland will meet next Saturdav in the auditorium of the Trenton High School The main address will be by William M Lanning, of the Unitbd states Circuit Court, who will talk on The Relation of the American Public Si liool to Ch il and Religious Liberty" The morning session will open wjth a talk on "The Picturesque Element in History by Miss Anna Baldwin, of tlit State Schools This will be fol- lowed by a discussion by Miss Arietta Snyder and Miss Berthe Northwood, of the Carroll Rohbins Training School The annual business session will follow, and luncheon will be, "served at noon The Trenton conference numbers about teachers of this city The of the organisation Is to ad- the teaching and study of his- torj in the public schools At the afternoon sesslSn, C B New- ton of the Law renccvllle Preparatory School and C K Messick, of the Tren- ton High School will speak on "English Historv in Secondary Schools" Pro- fessor Edwin E Pahlow, of Princeton w ill talk on "The Manage- ment of Requird Readings in Connec- tion with Classes m from the college lew-point, and Miss Elea- nor Parmenter, of the State Model School will consider the same subject w itli relation to secondary schools. The annual convention of the asso- ciation will be held in New York on March 11 and 12 The e'xecutive com- mittee of the Trenton Conferente is composed of Dr Kbenezer Mackey, citv superintendent- of schools; Professor Paul van Dyke, of Princeton, and Miss Sarah K. Dynes, of the State Schools Bromley place Reuben McDevitt of Johnston Ave- nue Is able to be around after an at- tack of the grip James Flynn of East Clinton Ave- nue has taken a position with F. A Strauss Company Harvev Miller of Hamilton Square was a visitor in Bromley Place Frl- i pfkl> of East Clinton Ave- taken a position with the day Ah in nue has Acme Rubber Compam Mr and Mrs Edward Roedenisev of ictor Avenue, entertained friends from Altoona. Pa Saturday Assemblvman George B Cole of Warren Counts spent Mondav at the home of his brother, Alfred Cole, of Victor Avenue John Keatins of East State Street is confined to his home with an attack of feier. on Panama Canal has had the frightful mala' rla trouble that has brought suffering and death to thousands The germs cause chills, fever and agruc, bilious- ness, Jaundice, lassitude, weakness and general debility But Electric: Bitters never fail to destroy them end cure malaria troubles "Three bottles com- plPtelv cured me of a very severe at- tack of Writps Wm A. Fret- nell, of Lucdma, JL C, "and I've had good health ever jlnee Stom- ach, Liver and Kidney Troubles, and prevent Typhoid BOc Guaranteed by John A. Schultz, Broad and Hanover Streets. 2-1-10 Get a Moose Charm If you belong to this new lodge In town Or a button I've both. In gold and plated Flnp effects Buttons, Jl up Charms, {2 up. Bertram Magee, 177 S. Broad St. Look for Bargain! in Our Win- few odds and ends at In- teresting figures. It will pay you well to look them over. Mrs. A. F.Williams THE JEWELER. 23 E. State St. The Jewelry Store With the Chimes. Miss Mary Long Street, entertained home Friday evening of East State friends at her PILES CtTRBD IN 6 TO 14 DATS PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. EOo. Only One "BROMO that is laxative Q'tesaColdinOneDay, Crip In 2 Days Big Reduction at MILLER'S I Hospital and Sick Room Supplies W6 probably have the largest assortment of Hospital and Sick Boom Supplies in Trenton. Everything in ,this line is priced low and we have greatly in- creased our business in this line by holding our profits down to the same low margin that we charge on patent medicines, which, the other druggists claim, we sell at about cost, to them. Everything in this line is first class and must be satis- guarantee is back of it. The stock is so varied we cannot give many prices in this ;Air Cushions, to Atomisers, 40c. to Bed Pans, porcelain and agate, Catheters, 20c. to 50c. Absorbent Cotton, 35c. Ib. Creolin, 85c. Carbolic Acid, crude, pint quart 25c., gallon 75c. Carbolic Acid, pure, pint 75c. Bye Baths, 5c. and lOc. Eye Shades, lOc. and 15c. Finger Cots, 5c. anrl lOc. Pnmigators, sulphur, 5c.. lOc. 15c. Fnmi gators, formaldehyde, and 50c. Formaldehyde, pint 40c. Nursing Bottles, 5c. and lOc. Sanitary NapVins, 25c., 30c. and 35c; Sputem Cups, several kinds. Thermometers, cjmical, 50c up. up. Urinals, male and female. Vaccination Shields, lOc. Bandages, cotton, Ib., 80c. Bandages, flannel, 25c. .Bandages, elastic, 35c. 1 yard-Gauze, in 5 yards Oauze, in carton, 35o. 25 yds. Gauze, in carton, Breast Pumps, 50o. Chloridesr Miller's, 25c. Chlorides, Platt's, 40c. Rubber Gloves, 50c. to Chloride Lime, 5c. and lOc. Oil Silk, yard Syringes, bulb, 25c. to Syringes, fountain, 85c. to Medicine5' He'ds' X Potters' Sponges Drugs and Chemicals Others' Our price price Acid, Boric, pound .35 .25 Acid, Carb., crude, qt. .33 .25 Acid, Carb., pure, pint 1.00 .75 Acid, Oxalic, pound.. .30 .25 Alcohol, Wood, pint.. .25 .15 Allspice.............35 .25 Anise Seed--------_.., .35 .25 Arabic Gum, select.. .50 .40 Aromatic Spirits Am- monia, 4 oz....... ,40 .25- 'Arnica, Tincture, 4 oz. 40 .25 Beeswax, White, pure .75 .60 FenzoTn, Tincture, ounces .25 Cocoa Butter, pound J5 .60 Cardamon Seed, 4 oz. .40 .25 Chalk, Precipitated, Ib. .25 .15 Charcoal, Powdered.. .35 .20 Cream Tartar, pound .40 .35 Dandelion Root, Ib... .50 .40 Elm Bark, pound .50 .40 Gelatin, silver Jabel.. .75 .50 Ginger, Essence, 4 oz. .40 .25 Glycerin, Ib. bottle... ,45 .35 Hydrogen Peroxide, pint ..............50 .40 Insect Powder, Ib.....40 .25 Licorice Powder, Com- oz.........25 .15 Oil, Castor, 4 oz pure .25 .15 Petrolatum, Yellow, pound............ .25 .15 Paraffin, Wax, Ib.....15 .12 Paregoric, 8 oz.......50 .35, Sandalwood, Ground, 4oz...............25 .15 Spermaceti, 4 oz .25. .15 Spirits Camphor, 8 oz. .50 .40 .Spbitg Nitre, .IB- Sugar Milk, pound.. .50 .35 Seed, Ib... .15 .10 Quinine Pills, 2-grain, per 100............25 Soda Phosphate, Ib: .25 .20 Seidhtz Powders, box .25 .20 Blaud's Pills, bottle... .25 Saltpetre............25 .15 Soap, Castile, Conti, pound ............22 .16 Drugs and Chemicals Essence Pepsin, 8 oz. .70 .50 Fluid Extract Cas- cara.pt........... 175 Elixir Iron, Quinine and Strychnine, pint 1.00 Ehxir Calisaja, pint 100 Olive Oil, pint........75 1.25 .75 .50 Truss Fitting takes an expert, and you are about as well off without a truss as you are with one that is not fitted right. We have an expert truss fitter whtHras made a life study and science of truss fit- ting. His expert services do not cost you any more. Come here for a good truss fit, This Week Special 00 Value, 00 Value, Value, ABDOMINAL BFJ-TS. Buy them of us and save spe- cialists' charges. Our expert service free this week. Who's filling your prescrip- tions? One thing certain, our prescription filling is accurate. It is done by registered phar- macists only, and never is an ingredient used that is not fresh and full strength. We call for and deliver pre- scriptions, o Candy of Quality is the kind we sell. The Apollo are the Chocolates that are different .........60c. Ib. Wilbur's Buds........ 75c. Ib, Pirika Chocolates 60c. 80c. Ib. Hopewell Dainties___60c, Ib. 6Cc. Assorted Chocolates 39c. Ib. 50c. Assorted Chocolates 35c. Ib. 30c. Assorted Chocolates 21c. Ib. 50c. Wrapped Caramels 35c. Ib. 50c. Ice Cream Drops... 35c. Ib. 3 Ibs. Jelly Eggs.....25c. Brushes Bath Tooth, Hair, Hand and Flesh Brushes of ever} kind per cent less than our regular price. Mirrors Hand and shaving We have a largo assortment Tho price this week is one-third off our regular price. Combs and Brushs 75c. to ijjT23 value; this week your choice 69c. Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets 25 sets for 50 sets for 75 Rubber Goods of quality Syringes, Hot Water Bags, Tubing, Ice Bags, Rubber Gloves, all of the high quality that give them long life. Our best goods are guaranteed for two years. You get them this week at 20 per ceut. off our regular price. Strops Brushes, Soap, we have a big line of everything that the shaver needs. 25c. Brush or Strop, 17c. 50c. Brush or Strop, 37c. 75c. Brush or Manicure Goods Everything to help you keep your hands in excellent condi- tion without going to1 a mani- curist. 25e. and 35c. value for 17c. 50e. 6-inch Buffer, 25c. Ready-Made Medicines Acid Phosphate Amolln Powder 25 Aperient, Tarrant's KelUer 00 August Flower, Green's .75 Bnlni, Booth's Hyomei. 25 Balm, Elys Cream Barlej, Robinson's Pat- ent .35 Balsam, .Gombault s BaUam, Kemp's 25 Balsam, Stretch's 25 Beef, Armours, 2 oz .50 Beef, Liebigs Ext. Beef, Wine and Millers Beef, Wine and Iron, W-veth'a __. __ _. Atwoods ...T.. .25 Bitters, Abbott a Angos- tura Bromo Seltzer 25 Bromo, Seltzer 50 Butter Color 25 Capsules, Cod Liver Oil, 25 in box, 20 mln. Tastori.i, Fletcher's 35 Chlorides, Miller's 50 Chlorides Platt's .50 Compound AspatAgus, Water Cress and Buchu. guaranteed to cure kidney trouble, or money refunded Compound, Plnkham's Vegetable 00 Cnam, French's Cu- eumber 25 Cream, Milk Weed 50 Cream, Pompeiian 50 Cream, Satijj Skin 25 Cure, Coke's Dandruff.. 00 Cure, Hall's Catarrh .75 Schtftman's Asthma 00 Danderine 2S Reg Our Price Price. Damlerme Dentifrice, Miller's Dentifrice, Sheffield's. Dloxogen, Oakland's Dioxogen, Oakland's Oakland's Discovery, Plerce's Emulsion, Angler's Emulsion, Miller's Emulsion, Scott's Extract, Hoff's Malt 50 .25 .25 .25 .50 .73 50 .50 ,56 Extract, Miller's Malt .25 Extract. Miller's Malt. dozen Extract. Malt Nutrine. .25 Ford's Diet Milk Phase's Blood "Nerve 50 Foods Eskaj's 50 Horllck's Malted Milk.. .50 Horlick's Malted Milk.. Horhck's Malted Milk.. Imperial Granum 75 Imperial Granum Mellln's 50 Mellln's 75 Herbanttim, Hyomei Inhalant 50 Hyomei Outfits Hypophosphitea, Fellow Hynophosphltes. ,15 .75 .55 .20 .75 .25 .20 .20 .40 .75 .50 .70 .20. .55 .20 .40 .20 .25 .28 .25 .40 .75 .20 .40 .40 .20 .75 .60 .85 .20 ,40 .15 .20 .20 .35 ,55 .83 .40 .50 .75 ,27 _ ,25. .15 .20 .80 .40 .40 .40 .80 .JO .90 .40 ,55 .75 .40 .85 We have just bought a large assortment of potters' fine faced sponges at low prices. Shecps' Wool Sponges, 3 for 25o., 50 Ib. 31 c. Chest Protectors 25c. 60e. Chest Protectors 45c. Chest Protectors 70c. 25 Chest Protectors 85c. Chest Protectors Chamois Vests... 75 00 Hot Water Bottles 80e. 50 Hot Water Bottles Chamois -Skins for dusting and polishing, lOc. to value, our price 5c. to 75c. Stationery 10c. Value Box Paper 7c. 15c. Value Bos Paper, lie. 20c. Value Box Paper, 13c. 25c. Value Box Paper, 17c, 35c. Value Box Paper, 21c. 50c. Value Box 23e. Waterman's Fountain Pens A good assortment at reason- able prices. Specials A 50c. Lather Brush, A 25c. tube shaving cream, The Two for 80o. Toilet Articles Special Price for This Week. .25 50 Piso's Tooth Powder and a Tooth Brush 25c., The Two 25c., Albodont Tooth Wash 25c., a 5-rovrTooth Bl'Ush 25c., The Two for 39c, Miller's Clear Skin Cream 25o. Charles' Pace Powder 5Bc. The Two 49c. Keeler's Cold Cream 50e.t Keeler's Toilet Soap 25c. The Two for Our Price Price. Albodont Tooth Wash.. .25 Almond Meal ..........25 Clear Skin Cold Cream .25 Clear Skm Massage Cream ...............50 Oriental Cream Imperial Violet Talcum 25 Pisos Tooth Powder... Quinalia Hair Tonic... Lavender Salts Charles' Pace Powder.. Miller'sJTooth Powder.. Manicurfe Sets.........10 .07 Orange Sticks .........10 .05 Keeler's Cold Cream ,50 .33 Castile Soap...... 10c., 3 for 18c, Buttermilk Soap 10 3 for 20o. Swift's Violet Soap 10c., 6 for 25o. Chi Kno Hair Tonic...fl 00 .60 Crown Princess Soap.. .25 ,19 Witch Hazel Soap 10e., 3 for 23c. .17 .17 .17 25 .13 .13 .29 25 .19 50 .29 2 for 25c, Nail Buffers ...........50 Dandrol Hair Tonic 50 Dandrol Hair Tonic 1 00 Tar Soap, 25c size, 2 for Amolin Powder.......25 Cream of Roses and Al- monds............. .25 Chap Powder 25 Mennen'i Talcum 25 Pearls of Violet Talcum Powder .......25 Hinds' Honey and Al- mond Cream .50 Corylopsts Talcum.....35 Lyon's Tooth Powder.. .25 Herplcide Hair Tonic.. 100 .25 .34 .67 .25 .15 .17 .13 .15 .12 .40 .15 .20 .90 Cigars In our Cigar Department weare handling; "gHirerlor quality combined with popular prices We are selling 7 8 for _55c. wjilck others for 6 for 2Bc. La Trlqdad, lOc. value, 6 for 25c, box of 26 II 25. La Thais, pure Havana, lOc. value, 5 for 256, Miller's Perfecto, lOc. S for 25c.. box of 25 for Tampa Smoker, Dividend Payer, Oarde Royal. 8 for 25fe., box ot 56 for Toe. Bogheads and Tom Keen Be: 7 for 26c. HypophosphUes, Miller'sn.OO .75- The TWO for 7 cigars, 7 lor 25c. Go To MILLER S DRUG STORE, Warren and Hanover Sts. Established 1879. 2-15-10 Victor Machines as now turned out exem- plify in the highest de- gree the art of tone-re- production by machin- ery. We've the full line of Victor Machines, and make A SPECIALTY OF SF-AT- RKOOBD8 of which we're selling large quantities. Drop in and hear your favorite Grand Opera selection by the -world 'a greatest singers. 20-22 E. State St. COAL QUALITY IS OUR BEST SALESMAN. PRICE IS NEXT. EGG, STOVE, NUT, 25. PEA, 50 CASH ON DELIVERY. TRENTON FUEL CO. Samuel Bennett, Prop. 528 Perry St, Phones: 345A Bell. 1220E Inter-State. 2-14-10 That Evening Dinner at 50c which we began giving a few weeks ago is a source of de- light to those who try It for the first time. And they come again for it. Served in the Hlldebrecht inimitable, manner, amid the niost pleasant surroun.din.gs, it_ proves wonderfully satisfying to patrons The menu changes daily, the sen ice is superb, and for after-matinee and before- theatre parties, or for others dining down town, It proves Ideal. Try It Some Night Served from 5 to 8 Hildebrecht's Dining-Rooms The resort of the particular 19-21 WEST STATE STRGEf i 2-7-10 J The More You Know of Rongli Dry Work the more you'll see in It. and the more of accommodat- nosjrfhiiitles (or yourself For instance, suppose your laundress leaves you sud- denly, or becomes III, of for some other reason doesn't ap- pear on 'ay. What ol_ it? It interferes with your household plans, annoylngly, doesn't it? 'Phone for our wagon at such times, and we'll cleanse the garments. them, starch what ought to be starched, and even iron the flat pieces, for ONLY 30o. A DOZEN PIECES. With this service handy, annoyar.ces disap- pear. OHT   

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