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WORK EARLY. ]' isliington Street People Want ; Everything Ready for Paving in the Spring. .’lio people in Washington street I v- ut all preliminaries for the paving ‘j o* that tlioronghfare with brick, car ,(,• (1 out now so that the work of ,-ing oan begin as soon as spring J ues. A petition to that effect was • k! at the meeting of the Hoard of iermen last night. Tho petition J v ,s signed by Jacob Goldberger and others. L’he Washington street improvement s been decided upon, but the work 11 not be started until next spring. ie people want the legal require j cunts complied with, however, so ere will be no delay at that timo. BARBER ASPHALT CO. IS AFTER RECTOR ST. * Continued from first page, __ ; 1 were satisfied. They had spent me six months investigating and ,!' ,ey knew what they wanted. Mr. 'small said Mr. Garrotson liad told m he would fight any kind of a . ivement except a small strip of acadam in the middlo of the street. ! There was some talk about tho pro i " Tty owners on the block between t i!! !;ot and Smith streets wanting to on tho improvement. It was n .ight they wonld come in if the dding was open for any company, r. Seaman suggested that they put iphalt on that block so as to allow a miparison. It was then voted to take tho ordi mce up on second reading. Mr. ckert called Alderman Ganuon to 18 chair and he then read a portion i f tliu city charter nnder which the l itilion for the paving was presented .d suggested tiiat the city attorney < 3 asked for his opinion. There was ore discussion about the delay, but ! le matter finally rested that way. Catholic Club Ball. I rand hall and~ieo^fikm^i^'Wilder " iusic Hall tonight. Many invita j ons have been sent ont and the lembers expect a crowd of people i resent. Dancing will be the feature t f the evening. At 11 o’clock supper •ill be served. . To be Married Tomorrow. Tho marriage of Charles White to liss Jennie Gibbons will take place i l St. Mary’s catholic church tomor iw” morning. Only tho immediate tniily and a few intimate friends i . ill be present. ; LOCAL ITEMS. Alfred Christoplierson has a posi on in the Blue Front grocery storo. John Skidmore has resigned his i Dsition with the Blue Front grocery, mith street. Frank Wilson, of Woodbridgn, was i town Sunday. John Clark, heart refiner at the De amar copper works, at Carteret, ! lent Sunday with his parents on righton avenue. William Messier, motorman on the olley, is confined to his home, 157 righton avenue, with a sprained ikle. Mr. and Mrs. Broin Williams, ol 4 Woodbridge road, are receiving v. ■ le congratulations ovor tho arrival ol fourteen-pound boy. Mrs. George Swinson, of Gordoi ) reet, who had an operation perform t, has so far recovered to be able t( 3 out again. Mrs. Adrian Johnson, of 129 Bright l avenue, is doing nicely, je i , Mrs. Cornelius Jones, of 158 Bright ! u avenue, lias returned to her home fter a three weeks’ visit with her anghter, of Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rossnagle and on, Clarence, of Irvington, Mr. unc Irs. Martin dePlanque, and soi .aster, of Newark, are spending [ t j lsit with Mrs. nePlanqne’s mother Irs. Cornelius Jones, of 158 Brighfoi venue. Mrs. Lizzie Dunham, of Fords, ha Did liar house and household goods ti lenry Kinsey, of Kinsey Corner Irs. Dunham will still remain ii 'ertli Amboy until spring, then sh dll leave for Texas. Little Agnes Dawson, who was con ned to her home with illness, is im roving. L. B. Moore is confined to jhis horn n McClellan street, with ap injurei nee. -— K , . Pa :: ■BHrS Hfe ' ' • Mi / A BROADCLOTH SUIT, i A pretty broadcloth snit for tho wintor mouths is mado liko tho nbovo , model. Tho ficuro must be slight and ' long waistod to look well in a suit of ! this kind. Tho cape is circular, cut ! nu(i stitchedAin points around the edge and slashed up the middle of the back. • . " _ This suit is pretty made in navy blue or black. Thoro1 is no trimming but stitching done in the same color as the cloth. The skirt is nine-gored and very full around the feet. This is a verv simple suit and extromoly plain, but where the figure has long, straight lines is snro to bo most be r c.oming. . NORTH AMBOY ITEMS -- | Robert Huff is at Easton, Pa., limit ing. He is on a two week vacation. Bertha handbook is very ill at tho home of her parents on Charles streot. It wfts not Lonis Hollander who was in the party of hunters as stated in Saturday’s Evening News. Con l tractor D. S. Hollander was the lucky gamester and comprised the party of Carl Dressier and' A. .1. Dnmphy. Mrs. Robert Huff is confined to her home on State strout with a badlj 1 sprained ankle. Mrs. James O’Brien is ill at her home on Cortlandt stroet, with quinsy 1 sore throat. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baskin visited at New- York on Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stumpf, of South Amboy, spent Sunday at this place. John St. Jonn spent part of last week out of town. Read the renl estate advertising column on page 2, today. _—— IS AV E 2 5°. i OF YOU R & COAL BILL j USE ' COflL-O 10 CENTSA ; PACKAGE. j -- j Ask the Grocer. : 1 J - Coalite Co.; | I 82 84 86 W. Broadv;ay New York. | ▲ Pennsylvania Railroad Company will Issue Clerical Orders for 1904. Pursuant to its usual custom, tho Penn sylvania Railroad Company will issue clerical orders for I he year 1904 to or d lined clergymen having regular charge of churches located on or near its lines. Clergymen desiring such orders should make iudividu d application for same on blanks furnished by the Company tUio igli its Agents. Applications should be sent to the General Olliso of the Company as soon as possible),injno case latter than De cember 19, so that orders may be mailed by December 31 to all clergymen entitled to receive them. 4033-11-17-11 Stranabiml to Be Captain. XliW YORK. Nov. 17.—Robert S. Stangland. right gourd on this years team, lias been e!,e:-a-n eaptnin of the Columbia varsity football team for 1904. Lmiy Miuto Arrives Friiltl Jaima. OTTAWA. Nov. 17.—The Countess of Minto, wife of the governor general of Canada, accompanied by her two daughters, the Radies Eileen and Ruby Rlliott, and Captain Pell, A. I). C„ re turned yesterday from a visit to Japan. SORE LUNGS 1 When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing, H Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. FOLEY'S I AND TAR I stops the cough, leals and strengthens the lungs. It con- I tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR is a safe ar d never failing remedy for all throat and lung troubles. The Doctors Said Re Had Consumption-A Marvelous Cure. L. M. Ruggles, Realsoner, Iowa, writes: “The doctors said! had con sumption and I got no better until I used FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR. It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well. THREE SIZES 25c, 50c, and $1.00 REKUSE 6UBSUITUTES Sexton’s Pharmacyi 70*72 Smith Street J L A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. For Billons and Nervous Disorders, sueli as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Sick Head ache, Giddiness, Fulness and Swelling after meals. Dizziness end Drowsiness, Cold Chills Flushings otlleat. Loss of Appetite, Short ness of lircath, Costiveuess, Blotches on the Skin. 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Beechnut's Pills have been before Che public for lmlf n century, and nr© tli© most popular family medicine* No testimonial* ar© published, a* iicecliain'* Pills RECOMMEND THEMSELVES. Prepared only by Thomas Heecham. St* ?!• lens, Jkug., ami Canal tot,. New York. , Wo id everywhere in boxes, 10c. and 2Gc* Recreation and Business Combined. In these days of tree nous efforts wlieie gigantic enterprises are the one absorbing vital forors, and with tire whirl and ex citement of the busy city with its crowded noisy streets, there can bn no rest. Tin close application which is demanded oi tho business man, make it necessary that ho be healthy, lienee the demand lor re suits environments of which tend to tliai aim. Half a day at golf, a brisk wait through tho pines, or to indu'ge in an) one of tlie numerous out-of-door sport sort of braroi one up, but t-l:e trouble la whoio is there a place having just thesi opportunities. A uiroty minute railroad ride taker you to Lakewood, ihe most famous, tin most popular resort known for the busi ness man. A perfect, atmosphere, a healthful climate, delightful surround ings, line hot,els and a select social fol lowing are t he qualities Lakewoo i poss esses, ai d tho resort is readied by tin Now derrey Central. Its trains aio fast and frequent, and coaches and parlor cais arc of tlie latest design, in fact fully in keeping with tho resort. If you arc in terested in Lakewood, send to C. M. Burt, G. P. A. 143 Liberty St., Now York City, for hook No. 1; it's free for tho ask ing. 3972-11-17-It Colonol Pope, of bicycle fame, re cently said that tho lirst essential to business success is “advertising;” that, tho second essontial was “big advertising;” and the third, “biggor advertising •” If you’re particular about your table beverage, order a case of Feigenspan’s P. O. N. Ale or Wuerzburger Brew. It’s delicious flavor i and satisfying qualities will be sure to please you. Bottled or on draught. FEIGENSPAN’S Breweries, | Newark N. J. j™TS SITAUATIONS WANTED—FREE No Ads. Less Than 10c. Extra Charge if Displayed. —--— —- « , ■ - HELL* \yANTKI> WANTED—ENERGETIC young man as traveling salesman. Apply even ings at office, 330 State st., Sewing Maohino office. CARRIERS WANTED—Apply Even ing News. H-14-tf YOUNG LADIES OF theatrical abil ity can make good money from theatrical troupe now forming for Western tour. Address J. Frank Howell, News office. 4039 -11-16-2 WANTED—COMPETENT COOK at 153 High st. 8859-10-28-tf THREE YOUNG MEN wanted to join theatrical troupe which starts West December 1st. Address J. Frank Howell, News office. 4039-11-16-2 WANTED—GIRL for general house work. Apply 186 Washington st. 4034-11-16-2 WANTED—SEVERAL persons of oharaater and good reputation in each state (one in this county requir ed) to represent and advertise old established weatlhy business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly with expenses additional, .11 Ll A « .. AA nit *1 i v»/w 14- nn nl-, \\y a/1 nesday from head offices. Horse and carriage furnished when necessary. References. Encloso self-addressed envelope. Colonial, Caxton Build ing, Chicago. 3302-8-18-tf HOUSES FOB RENT. THREE ROOM FLAT and four room fiat to rent. Enquire 257 New Brunswick avenue. 8985-11-12-tf FOR RENT—A SIX room house.bath. hot and cold water. Enquire 257 New Brunswick avo. SITUATION WANTED USEFUL MAN, STRICTLY'first class 3 cook and waiter, also bartender, de sires a position. Address L. Evening News. 11-10-4 TWO GIRLS WANT places as wait ress and upstairs work, also a man wantsjj position as night watchman. Reference given, call or write. .T. Shoppersou, 128 Church st., New Brunswick, N. .T. | ---- | FOB SALE i Full SALE—AN English col) and run about, will sell horse separate. Horse perfectly safe for lady and ohil ! dren to drive. Afraid of nothing. Apply Packer House or Peiffors’i livery stable. 8396-10-80-M FUR SALE—COAL yard and ice houst property, subject to short lease, Bids received for sixty davs. Euquiri P. E. Gordon, Miller st. _3915-11-3-1: STOVES FOR SALE—2 parlor stove: for sale at a bargain. Enquin News office. 1897-11-10-t FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horsi power steam engine and boiler Second hand. Excellent condition Manufacturer, care of Evening News 4-8-t BOILER AND ENGINE for sale at i bargain. Sturtevant 10 horse powe: steam engine and boiler in A 1 condi tion, cost $190, will sell for $250. Ii use 3 years. Address O. D., Newi Office. 9-12-t: PATENT FOR SALE. State right: of a patent used on every farm Will sell at a low figure for cash a once. Address K. Evening News. 4036-11-16-1 If yon are out of work put nn ad n the Evening News, it will cost yoi nothing. MISCELLANEOUS PIANO AND ORGAN lessons at reasonable rates. Mrs. S. MacFellv, 480 State st. __3988-ll-ll-!f STORES FOR RENT cheap. Enquire at News office. STORE AND FLAT to let, latest im provement. O. C. Fugel. 267 Smith st. 4082-11-16 6 A COMPETENT young German seam stress would like to do sewing by tho day. Inquire of Miss Bopn, 27 Lewis street. 4040-11-16-2 FOR RENT—A BARN and stable, suitanle for one horse. Enquire at News office. _3154-7-2G-tf HAND PAINTED CHINA shirtwaist sets are the popular thing. Orders taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector street. 7-17-tf ROOMS FOR RENT LARGE FRONT ROOM with board in private family, suitable for two; Scandinavian preferred. 221 Wash ■ ington st. 3971-11-10-tf NICE ROOM TO LET, furnished or unfurnished. I.aCour, Cntalpa ave., second house from Lewis st. 4048-11-17-3 e.o.d. REAL ESTATE. \VANTK rT TO' P U RO H A B E f or~ rash" two or three lots on Smith stroot, between State anil Maple. Address Purchaser, P. O. Box 143, Perth Am boy 4053 11-17-1 BRICK-HOUSE'CORHElTHiSh and Gordon st. Price $5,000. Terms to snit. Lot 06x120, ten rooms, all im provements. A. M. Johnson, 80 Water street. 3498-9-14-tf FOR SALE—FOUR‘TotT on Market st., near Goodwin. Address “Real Estato,’’ Evening News. __1987-11-10-tf FOR SALE—AT a bargain, honso and lot on Hall ave. Address “Bar gain," Evening News ofitco. 1997-11-10-tf I RARE BARGAIN Choice lot on Smith will be sold for $875 two hundred dollars down, balance on small monthly install ments if desired. The Bishop Company 123 Smith Street, Houses n* Lots For Sale. We have a splendH . You w 11 * e astonish ed at the low prices \wiieh we a e off rirgso * « of oil" properties (’alt a d so1? u , we will • clieoi fully lull you about, them. Four special bargui s. cut me out. Comtgys&Brrs, Heal Kwt.lo. > Money to tiO»n* fnsurauoo 1 Amboy Realty and Coustmction Company. Business properties and residence in al, 1 parts of the city for sale for cash or on monthly enstalments. Post Office Building. fl Brunt li of i'ine Balsam la Every Cake P S’? Medicated,Ttcfrealitngr. Makes ! ti 5* kelr Sort anA silken. Destroys tllseaso Wttjw.ij Ijrnijs In aeulp amt hotly. Beat soap S*m:«t*A lor skill, hair, scalp, nursery. Wateli i !■ ' : r hat or tlrui'Ki.-ts who ptve 25c. l » f * uIre 11 UUNNA SOAP FItKB with S Me. hoUlo of HAllt-ItEALTH.