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First Father is Cured of an Erup tion that Burned and Itched Day and Night. Then Baby is Cured of a Distressing Rash. # ^Neighbors Pleased to Find a Sure Cure for Skin Afflictions. ..-.VI suffered for eight years with what the doctors called the 'seven year itch.' This was like small red pimples such as form on the face but they burned and itched, day and night. These pimples were from my ankles up, but mostly on my thighs and arms. I tried doctor after doctor but their medicines brought no relief. But at last I struck the right treatment — this was Cuticura. i bought a set of the Cuticura Remedies — Cu ticura Soap, Ointment ar*i Pills — and a few applications brought relief. When I had used about half the set I was nearly cured and after using two full sets I was well and best of all, I have stayed cured. "About four a&onths ago, our baby began to be covered with a rash and his head with a spreading sore. Back of the ears, the flesh cracked open and the poor baby would scratch till it bled. He worried, cried and could not sleep. Then we bought a set of Cuticura and with a few applications the burning and itching ceased, baby stopped worrying and could sleep. When this single set had gone we had no use for any more as baby was never troubled with the disease •gain. The neighbors who saw the condition of the baby all asked what cured him and when we told them, they were surprised and pleased to find a sure cure for these skin afflictions. Edward H. Carter, 323 North 87th St., Camden, N. J., Mar. 6, 1910." A single set of Cuticura Soap and Ointment Is often sufficient, rendering tt the moat economical treatment for affections of the skin and scalp. Sold throughout the world. Potter Drug 6r Chem. Corp, Bble Props. 135 Columbus Ave. Boston. Mass. 4VMailed free, iatcet Cuticura Book on Treat ment of Bfeta and Scalp Affections. If you are not a good advertiser you have "missed your vocation"— no matter what your vocation Is. FOR YOUR Eyesight Troubles Consult F. J. Monahan, Opt. IX, Eyesight Specialists, No. 100 Smith street. over Neer's Dally 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. Recommended by Dr. Wlleon, Dr. Flthlan and othft lead Ins physicians. Ten years In Perth Am boy, Repairing don*. Glasses from $2.00 up. Awnings and ^Vagon Covers MADE TO ORDER. Get My Price®, EKH. HOLM-BtTHGl ^ S SJUIH. VJ, • 2d Flo j r. J. F. BURNS & SON PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL "WORK. BAB WORK AND SUPPLIES. Tel. con. 67, New Brunswick avo. Summer Vacation Voyages TO FOREIGN LANDS For-.ticket*, and information ftpp'y Jacob Golciberger's Steamship and Railioad Ticket Agents 482 Stale, tor. Washington St.. Perth Ate boy, N. J, BL000 GOOD'S WONDERLAND Beach and Pier INow Open ADMISSION FREE to Park and Pter. FIRST ST., near MADISON AVE. PERTH AMBOY, N. J. 1KE0. BLOODGOOD, Proprietor tX INSTALLATION J. 0. U. A. M. LAST NIGHT Raymond Bath was installed councilor of Middlesex Council No. 63,' Jr. O. U. A. M., together' with the other officers recently elected, at a meeting of the council in Odd Fel lows' hall last night. Deputy State Councilor Harvey Kelly, of Wood bridge, was the installing officer. At the business session one new application for membership was re ceived and a former member was re instated. Plans for a trolley ride around the loop some time next month were discussed. No action was taken as to the date, but a com mittee of three was named to make the arrangements for the affair. The committee Is composed df Leon ard Wait, chairman; Gilbert C. Em mons and Edward Golden. ]y. m. h a. to have ; OUTING TOASBURYPARK. The Young Mens' Hebrew Assoeia tion, of this city, met last night, and arranged for an outing to Asbury Park, to be held July 31. It was proposed to engage a special car on the New York & Long Branch railroad. Benjamin (ioldberger, M. L. Fingerote and Meyer A. Friedman were named on a com mittee to make general arrangements. The officers of the association chosen at the previous meeting were installed last night. There will be another meet ing next Wednesday night. Esberg Hearing Postponed. The Spitzer-Esberg hearing sched uled to be held in the district court, this afternoon, has been postponed as Joseph E. Strieker, attorney for the plaintiff, is In New Brunswick. SHIPPING NEWS j Arrived at Boston yesterdaj-, tug Fa oli, towing barge Ardmore, South Am boy for Lvnn; tug Cbeektowaga, towing barges Banter, Baffle and Blue Bird, from Perth Aniboy. Steamed from Boston yesterday tugs Cbeektowaga, Perth Airrboy, towing barges Burden, Buffet and Brail. Arrived at Key West, Fla., July 12 schooner Carrie A. Lane, from Perth A mboy. Arrived at Perth Aniboy, July 1J, schooner Brigadier, New York. Sailed 11th, schooner Bertha F. Wal ker, Curacao. - -«——r AjWjvefT «?CT'ortland, Me., July 13, tug Irviugton, towing barge Blackwood, Perth Amboy (tug leaves at 3 p. m. for Boston for barges Baltic, Black Bird and Buckler, for Perth Aniboy.) Arrived at Vineyard Haven, Mass., July 13, schooner Mary Augusta, South Amboy for Roekland. Sailed 13th schooners Annie P. Chase (from South Amboy), Bangor;- Flora Condon (from South Amboy), Lanes ville; Annie R. Lewis (from South Am boy), Saco; Adelia T. Carieton (from 8outh Amboy), Rockland. Teaching the Cutpursas. Stow In bis account of London be tween 1500 and 1590 depicts an inD kept by a kind of Fagtn of the time ol Queen Elizabeth; "One Wotton kept an alehouse • » » near Billingsgate, acd In the same liouse be procured all the cutpurses about the city to repair There was a school set up to learn young boys to cut purses. Two a'e vices were hung up. The oue was a pocket, the other was a purse. The pocket had lu it certain counters and was hung about with hawk's bells, and over the top did bang a little scar ing bell. The purse had silver in it And he that could take out a counter without any uolse was allowed to be j a public foyster. And be that could take a piece of sliver out of the purse without noise of any of the bells was [ adjudged a judicial nypper, accordiufi i to their terms of art- A foyster was a I pickpocket; a uypper was a pickpurse fj or cut purse." • Look at the "prices or things'" as advertised in today's paper. If you know values, and '..ave a car© for your purse, these prices will interest • you. JOHN E. KLMENDOIiF Attorney and Coonselor-at-Law Specialties—Collections, Real Estate Titles, Chancery. Member New York State Bar ; 71 Albany St.. New Brunswick, N. J DAVID BASH 98 SMITH STREET CREDIT CLOTHING! Best Place In This City to Buy Ladies'! and Men's Clothing;. Up-to-Datc Styles in Summer Wash Suits and Dresses for women! and girls. Wash Dresses from - 98c to $12.00 Linen Suits from - - 4.98 to $10.00 Shirt Waists and Middy Blouses, - $1.00 Boys* Wash Suits, - G9e to $2.50 OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH REDIT CI 88 SMITH STREET DAVID BASH, CBEDir CLOrHIER GOURT STANDARD HAD INITIATION FOR FOUR At a meeting of Court Standard No. Ill, Foresters of America, in Odd Fellows' hall last night, four candidates were initiated and two new applications for membership were received. Grand Senior Wood ward D. J. Flynn and District Dep uty A. J. Cazavan were at the meet ing. OFFICERS OF ORDER OF B. A. ARE HONORED Deputy Grand Master J. A. Mey er, of the Perth Amboy district of the Order of Brith Abraham, in stalled the new officers of Perth Am boy Lodge at a meeting in Forest ers' hall last night. Three candi dates wigre Initiated and three ap plications were received. After the »meeting and installation a collation was served at the home of Joseph Polkowitz, at which many of the lodge members were present. THOUGHT MAYOR AFTER A MARRIAGE LICENSE Mayor Bollschweiler, with two ladles from Boston visiting in thiB city, went to Newark yesterday and called on Mayor Ilaussling. During the course of the day the local exec utive head expressed a desire to visit the Newark council chamber, and accordingly the party proceeded to city hall. Arriving at the building, the door of the council chamber was found to be locked. "Wait there until I get the key," said Mayor Haussling, pointing to a door on which was a large sign Inscribed with the legend "Marriage Licenses." Mayor Boll schweiler and the two ladies walked in, sat down, and were conversing when a young man behind a high desk interrupted and asked for the name of the identifying witness. The mayor looked aghast at him. "Don't, you want a marriage license?" asked the clerk. "Er—yes, yes," replied the mayor, aver ready for a Joke. But further luestioning was averted by another :lerk who recognized the Amboy nayor and informed liis fellow reg strar that the local man was already uarried. A general laugh followed. Has New Uniform. In a new regulation uniform, such is is worn by the motorcycle police )f New York, Motorcycle Patrolman Hartmann is performing hta duties today. HertTonned the new raiment :his morning. THE WET RAIN. ^ I There Are Several Varieties, and All Have Their Whims. Rain is principally composed of water, but It should not be confused with mining stock. Rain always comes on Sunday after noons and wash days. Wash day may be changed to any day In the week, systematically or indis criminately, but the rain will come. Sunday afternoon, however, cannot be changed to any other afternoon. The rain will hold off until you are ready to go driving, and then the word will be passed along the mysterious currents of the air, aud a double ortfer of cirrus and cumulus will be hurried in from (he west. Also iu tue morning, wnen you leave home and carry your umbrella and raincoat, the rain will go away and sulk. But If you take heart of the fair sky and leave the umbrella snd other trimmings then the ralu will wait until you leave the office nud then get you. Incidentally it will tuck a few grip and rheumatism germs Into your system. Ralu is good for the crops, but why It takes you for a crop is hard to un derstand. Ralu never brought fame to any one except Noali. Probably on the duy the flood began he watched the last picnic party drive out of town In a bus, shout lug sarcastic things at him through the dust. There are several varieties of raiD, but the one most popular with the weather bureau Is called "Probably." —Chicago News. Wrong Diagnosis. A womau was upbraiding her hus band en his drunken hablta and say ing he was ruining his health. "Dou't bo alarmed about me, uaj dear," he said. "The doctor says I'm lu the pink of condition." "You should have asked the doctor to look at your tongue and not your uose," retorted his wife.—London Tit Bits. OBiTUARY "TV FXVKN HOFHFiR. Klven Hofher, Infant child of Mr and Mrs. Albert Hofher, of 590 Braca avenue, died last night. The fuqeral will be held from their home Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Dr. George C. Wild ing will officiate and Interment will be in AljWne cemeterv. JOHN CUNNINGHAM. John Cunningham, a resident ol this city for the past twenty-seven years, died early yesterday morning after a lingering Illness. Mr. Cun ningham, who was about seventy years old, resided at 603 Elizabeth street. He Is Survived by four chil dren, three sons and a daughter. They are Thomas Cunningham, of Tottenvllle; John J. Cunningham, of | Jersey City; and Hugh and Miss j Catharine Cunningham, of this city, •j The Juneral will be held from his a late residence Saturday morning, fol lowed by a solemn high mass at I requiein iixtllt. JVJary's R. C. church at 10 o\ 1fi, interment will follow ln 8t- %air. . 1 Social Notes CR A IO—OA HRI EL. Frederick Craig and Miss Lydia Augusta Gabriel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gabriel, Sr., of State tsreet, were married at noon today. The ceremony was per formed in the First Presbyterian church by the pastor. Rev. James H. Northrup, in the presence of the bride's relatives. Those at the cere mony were Miss Gertrude Gabriel, Mr. Gabriel, the bride's father, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dickson, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Craig will spend their honeymoon at Atlantic City. • • • PLAN ENTERTAINMENT. The recently organized I.adies' Aid Society of St. Stephen's Danish Lutheran church, have arranged for an entertainment for the benefit of the church to be given in the base ment at that church tomorrow night, i A program has been arranged in j which children of the Sunday school i will take part. The program In-; dudes vocal and instrumental selec- : tions and recitations. The admis sion will be ten cents. Refresh ments will be for sale after the pro gram. « * • SPENT DAY AT CAMP. Mrs. Fred Martin and sod, Mrs. TXIys sea Garrison, Mrs. Anna Neal, Mrs. Long ! ami Harry Neal, of this city; Mrs. Deit- j rick and Mrs. Newton, of New Bruns wick; Mrs. Borden and sod, of Rahway, have returned to their respective homes, , after spending a pleasant day at he , camp of Mrs. Martin's brother, Charles j Hetzel, at Belmar. I • * • j, TO SAIL FOR EUROPE. |] F. L. Brown has booked Mrs. j j Hans Ericksen and Mrs. .leppe Niel sen and daughter to sail for Europe j ■ on the steamer Oscar II. on July 21. j He has also booked Niels Tonnesen | to sail on the Lusitania on July 20. ♦ « * HOME FROM AUTO TRIP. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Fithian and family returned last night from a two weeks' trip through the south- ' ern part of the state. They made j( the trip in an automobile, traveling ! •' more than 200 miles. • * * j ] PERSONAL. Mrs. Paul Jeake and son Chester, t have returned to their homes in this city following a week's sojourn at Fords. Howard Brown, of Market street, was a South Amboy visitor last night. I. Miss Claire MeCormlek, of High street, visited in Woodbrldge yester iay. ' Miss M,arguerite Pfeiffer, of Mau •er, was in Metuchen yesterday. Miss Florence Liddle, of Wood bridge, visited friends in thia city Yesterday. William H. Green, of Smith street, was a Woodbrldge visitor last, night. Herbert Woglom, of Market street, is enjoying a. two weeks' va cation from his duties in New York. Joseph Costello, of1 Centre street, who has been nursing a badly lacer ated finger, is able to be out again. Arthur Colyer, of Rector street, was in Matawan yesterday. Miss Carrie Arner, of State stret, left yesterday for Easton, Pa.^for her summer vacation. ' Mrs. W. F. Cogan. of Weehaw-1 ken, was a local visitor yesterday. Max Gibian and Frank Hilsdorf were spectators at the Newark-Prov idence baseball game yesterday, in Newark. Thomas Toolin, of Madison ave nue, has returned home after spend ing several days In Atlantic City. Miss Frances Salter, of Market j street, leaves today for Rhode Inl and. James Currle, of High street, was the guest of friends in Bayonne on Tuesday. — Mrs. S. Spitzef'and children, of State street, were Asbury Park vis itors yesterday. Mrs. Edward Lewkowitz, of Smith street, visited friends in New Bruns wick yesterday. Nicholas Rippenbein, of Market stre«t, has returned home after spending several days in New York. Anton Miller, of State street,.was a Metuchen visitor yesterday. Mrs. George Vanderroest and chil dren, Estelle and Chester, of New ark, were the guests of friends in Rector street yesterday. Donald Kennedy, of Lewis street, visited In Metuchen last night. Superintendent of Schools S. E. Shull, of Kearny avenue, leaves to day for his summer vacation at Stroudsburg, Pa. Hyman Friedman and M. 1.. FingWote left today for a brief stay at Atlantic City. Any affair, or happening, or c!t» cumstanee which is too small to make a want ad. worth while aa an adjusting force is too small to worry about. Get Married There's Nothfc-ig Like It And WHEN you get married let us print your wedding invi tations -i We Simply Dote on Help ing Along the Good Cause •JVAME THE, onrf call on'l ' ... ... i jWOODBRIDGE MAN HAS OPENED OFFICE HERE Gustav Agreen, of Woodbridge, Is establishing himself in the - real estate and insurance business at 95 Smith street, occupying part of Comegys Brothers' offices. Mr. Agreen was for three and one-half years with the First National Bank, of Woodbridge, and is well known in this city. BELIEVE THAT ROBBERIESARE WORK OF GANG After being inactive for a period of two montlis gas meter thieves have re-commenced operations. Yes terday two meters in the home of K. B. Zeigler, 224 Madison avenue, were broken open and their contents sxtracted; today another robbery is reported at the home of John L. Wate«i, who lives a few doors away, it 186 Madison avenue. In the last attempt about $3 in juarters were secured. Mr. Waters ■vent to tie cellar this morning to ;et his bicycle and beheld the. re nains of the meter lying about. The lolice ifrere notified. Two months ago a series of twelve >r fifteen robberies were committed, he thefts covering a period of little nore than two weeks. Resolved to rap the robbers, the police are now vorking on both recent thefts. It is lelieved that a gang of thieves are ,t work. rRANSFORMlUiLDING INTO MODERN HOTEL Extensive alterations are to be made o the brick building at the northwest orner of Buckingham avenue and High treet. The structure is to be ccaver ed into a modern hotel. John O. Done iue, who has the contract for the new vork, expectg to start in a few days, "he changes will eonsist of a large adjii ion on the Buckingham avenue side of he building, making it extend out to he street. There will be numerous al orations and improvements on the iu erior. The building is owned by the Homo irewing Company. It is to have a bar oom as at present, and this will be ■xtended several feet out towards Buck ngham avenue. WITTY TOASTS; PJ Humorous Hit® That Have Helped to Enliven Banquet*. 1 A publisher once gave the follow ing: "Woman, the -fairest work in all creation. The edition Is large, and no man should be without a copy." This Is fairly seconded by a youth who, giving his distant sweetheart. Bald, "Delectable dear, so swoet that honey would blush In her (yxsence and treacle stand appalled." Further, in regard to the fair sex. we li&W" Woman—shB needs no eu logy. -<Hshe speaks for herself." "Wo man, the bitter half of man:" In regard to matrimony some bach elor once gave, "Marriage the gat® through which the happy lover leaves his enchanted ground and returns to earth." At the marriage or a dear ana dumb couple some wit wished them "un speakable bliss." At a supper given to a writer of comedies a wag said: "The writer's very good health. May ho live to be as old as his jokes." From a law critic: "The bench and the bar. If it were not for the bar there " would be little use for the bench." r A celebra'ted statesman while dining with a duchess on her eightieth birth day in proposing her hepltti said: "May you live, my lady duchess, un til you begin to grow ugly." "I thank you, sir," she said, "and may you lmig continue your taste for antiquities."—London Tit-Bits. George Washington's Sobriquets. Washiugtou was called by many bo briquets. He was first of all "Father of llis Country." "Providence left him childless ttait his country might cail him father." Sigourney calls him "Pa ter Patriae;" Chief Justice Marshall, the "American Fabius." Lord Byron in his "Ode to Napoleon" calls him "the CIncinuatus of the West." For having a new world on his shoulders he was called the "Atlas of America." The English soldiery called him by the sarcastic nickname of "Lovely Georgi us." Red Jacket, the Seneca Indian chief, caiifd him the "Flower of tha Forest." The Italian poet Vittorio Al fred called him "Deliverer of Ameri ca." His bitter opponent/ sarcastically called hJei the "Stepfather of His Country" during his presidency. Romeo Not Taken Seriously. Julie* was only fifteen years old, but she thought she was quite grown up. One evening, says Mrs. K. A. Fryor in "My Day," she was receiving ou the moonlit veranda a young mau caller. He, too, it seemed, considered himself grown up. The anxious youth waa moved to seize the propitious hour and declare himself. Juliet wished to an swer correctly and dismiss him with out wounding him. She assured him mamma would nev er consent. A voice from within—tbey were Sit ting beneath her mother's window settled the matter: "Accept the young man, Juliet, tf you want to. I've not the least ob Jeetlou. And let him run along home now. Be sure to bolt the door whan you coma in." Evidently the mother had small re spect for boy lovers and wished ta go to sleep. your 1 its mo be found In M . ANNUAL CLAM BAKE OF MR. GLENN,SERVED Former Fire Chief James M. i Slenn's fifth annual clam bake held! n the palm garden In the rear of his, ■afe, at 75 Smith street,—yesterday ifternoon, was the best he has ever served. More than fifty were pres snt and partook of the sumptuous hings that the host's able corps of vaiters placed before them. There vere all kinds of refreshments and he bake was of the genuine good (Id-fashioned kind. There were lams by the hundreds, served hot vith sauce, clam broth, chicken, po atoes. celery, sweet corn, and ftnal y lobsters. During the feast, entertainment, onsistlng of songs with banjo ac ompaniment, was given. The din er tables' were artistically arranged bout the garden and the wants of very particular guest were well aoked after. To William and Her ert Dayton is due the credit for the xcellent preparation of the bake-. Tickets for the bake had been dis osed of to th« following: County lerk Bernard M. Gannon, Mayor Libert Bollschweiler, Alderman-at arge W. H. Voorhees, Dr. William !. Ramsay, City Marshal W. W. /alters, Chief of Police'P. J. Burke, lartln Bartos, William F. Theil, homas West, Johan Jensen, August roeger, Matt Welrup, Clarence Lfd le, W. H. Pfeiffer, Peter Byrnes, hlef Engineer T. E. Anderson, mil Bohnsack, Peter McKeoij, An rew J. Jensen, J. L. Klein, J. K. ensen, Jens L. Mathiasen, O. W. hrlstiansen, Charles Hower, Spen sr Dayton, Ludwig Wolff. Chris assman, Capt. William Miller, Sol tern, Abel Hansen, Alexander Con uest, Messrs. Crawford and Taylor, f the Packer House, William H. IcCormlck, Sol Schlosberg, W. [enry Hoffner, Edward Grobel, Pat ick Rocks, John Sedgwick, William 'oulsen, John Cluney, J. M. Klein, lugene ,j>09s, John Kutcher, Clark lunham, John H. Johnson, of this ity; William F. Hartmann, of Mor an Station; Col. J. Ross Valentine, ohn Lelsen and Henry, King, of Voodbridge; Capt. George S. Smith, 'red Hoehn, Benjamin Street.er and Villlam O'Brien, of Tottenville; lharles Farrel, of Port Reading; 1 "erman Bispett, of South River; and! bout ten others from Plainfield. B283.I0 JUDGMENT IN DISTRICT COURT In the district court, thin morning, lowell and Gordon, of South Am )oy, were awarded a Judgment of >■683.10 against Frank and Rose ihatcuskei. The V«rdiot. The coroner's Jury made a careful el imination of the body and questioned the attending surgeon. "Whar was he shot?" "Square through the heart?" "Dead In the center o' the heart?" "Right in the center." "Who shot him?" "Juke Daniels.',' A dozen witnesses declared that Jake tired the shot, and Jake himself admitted It. The Jury consulted softly for some time. "Well, gentlemen of the Jury," said the coroner, "what's your verdict?" "Waal, Jedge," answered the fore man, "we've come to the conclusion that Jake Daniels is the dandiest shot in town, and don't you forget it!" Some of the "news" of your imme diate neighborhood may be found in the want ads. today. MEMORIAL LOOCE IS INSTALLED BY DEPUTY District Deputy Grand Master John Shoe and staff, of the Independ ent Order of Odd Fellows, are fast installing the officers of the various lodges throughout the district. Last night District Deputy Shoe and staff went to Elizabeth and Installed the officers of Memorial Lodge No. 165, in that city. Saturday they will re turn to Elizabeth and install Frank lyn Lodge NO. 9. After each instal lation the grand officers are given a reception and collation. aftersiTe FOR A PLANT IN THIS CITY Representatives from a children's cloak manufacturing concern from New York were in town this morn ing looking up a factory site. They conferred with R. E. Comegys and several pieces of property were look ed over. It la probable the company will erect a plant in upper New Brunswick avenue. TB TAKE INVENTORY OF THE FIRE HOSE Chief of the Fire Department Thao iore Anderson and the fire eommitte# of the Board of Aldermen will in a few ;lavs take an inventory of hose prior to % proposed inspection of each individual length. The inventory may result in the purchase of more hose. CITY BRIEFS —Washington Hose and Chemical Company met last night. —Po Ambo Tribe, Improved Or der of Red Men, will meet tonight. -—A meeting of the Dana Relief Society was held in Dana hall last night, when routine business was transacted. -—A horse attached to an under taker's wagon, belonging to Michael Zylka, of 511 State street, fell in State street, a short distance norlh of Hall avenue, yesterday afternoon. —A meeting, of the Senior Luther League of Grace English Lutheran church jviil be held tonight at the church. A meeting of the printing committee will follow the league session. —The ('. W. Sneath cottages in Rec tor street have been painted. —A semi-monthly meeting of the Hod Carriers' and Building Laborers' Union was held last night in union heridtjitar ters. Unfortunats Jealousy. Ao American visiting the Jardln des Plnntes in Paris after much amusing conversation with a loquacious guide said, "It seems to me that giraffe Is an unusually thin one, although all of them are thin enough." "Rut surely he is of an extraordinary thinness," said the guide, looking at the giraffe with an air of affectionate solicitude. "And they say he grows ever thluner. For myself, I believe It is his pride that so affects him. He sees the obelisk and the Eiffel tow#, mousieur, and he is jealous of them. What would you have? He is jealous, and therefore be starves himself and grows continually less."—Youth's Com panion. An anchor to windward—an ad. la. the EVENING NEWS cqjynfiM, SfmiicaU, In*,% N Y. Long Green. What do you needt Somebody who reads the NEWS has just what you want. Don't -waste time hunting for him yourself. Just put your need into words and put the words jnto a little Munnimaker in the olassified colnmns of the NEWS. The NEWS will find what you are looking for. What u«u ytHi-dot Some reader of the NEWS wants you, and has money to pay you. Put a little Munnimaker ad in the classified columns of the NEWS. If you have ability to do anything useful, turn your ability into money. If you have spare time, turn your time into money. NEWS Want Ads—the little-classified Munni makers, will do it for you, quick as a wink. Dear Mr. Munnimaker, _ -3* c-o The NEWS Classified Couurjwfts. Through 4 little M11 animakerdaasifled Ad in The NEWS I found a partner to harvest my ice. ' Yours truly, ^ COLD STORAGE.