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Ten Words,ir h ss l <*n Cents ONE CENT A WORD EXPRESS SERVICE AT LOWEST FREIGHT RATES. You are a wide awake, hard-working, progressive ffusinels man. Ton know -that, other things being equal, expense must be cut down. If We wfite to tSll you that our rates •re the lowest and then were to say our service is the quickest and the most reliable, would not that combination appeal to yout Of course it would. , Insist that your supply house eaten onr Hr80 A. M. steamer from Pier 9, East River, N. Y. Your freight will then be at Perth Amt>oy at 2:30 P. M. the same day. The second steamer leaves New York at 2:30 P. M. and Is due at Perth Am boy at 8:00 P. M. New York & New Jersey Steamboat Co. J. O. Tice, Agent, Forth ^unboy. LEOAB NOTICE. To Courtlandt Whitehead. C. T,. Par ker, Margaret Parker, Cornelia Parker, William Parker, Lewis Parker, children of Penelope Parker, deceased. William Parker, Euphemla Ogden Parker, Lucy Flint, children of William Parker, de ceased, Richard WTayne Parker, Cort land t- Parker, Jr., Charles W. Parker, Executors of Cortlandt Parker, deceas ed, Louise B. Parker, Anna P. Dunder dale, Merrow Joannes H. Hanken Par ker and the children of Mrs. Eugene Ward, the child of Margaret Elizabeth -jOurty or Curdy, deceased, children of • ames Parker and all the unknown It \r heirs.or representatives of James Par ker lately deceased. TAKE NOTICE that an order to show cause In words and figures as follows, to-wlt; Middlesex County Court of Common Pleas: In the matter of the I application of Edward M. Kelly, Executor of | Mary Nugent, to have On Petition, a mortgage cancelled I of record. Order lo Show ('nn*e. It appearing that Peter Nugent, the father of the petitioner on the 10th day of February, eighteen hundred and fif ty seven, executed a mortgage to James Parker, deceased to secure the sum of three hundred dollars, on certain lands In the city of Perth Ambov, County of Middlesex, and State of New Jersey, which said mortgage was duly record ed in the Clerk's Office of the county i of Middlesex, In Book 23. of Mort gages; page 328, and that said mortgage still remains uncancelled of record. And it further appearing that said Peter Nugent died in the year 18G6, and that no interest has been paid on said mortgage since that time: It is therefore on this fifteenth day of July Nineteen Hundred and Ten by vir tue of an act entitled "An Act provided for the cancelling of record of mort gages by the order of the Circuit Court Judge or the law Judge of the County." approved March 10, 18!W, and the various acts and supplements thereto and amendatory thereof. ordered that cause, if any there be. be shown before me. at the Court House in the City of New Brunswick, county of Middlesex, on Friday, the second day of Septem ber, next, at ten o'clock in the fore noon of that day why said mortgage should not be cancelled of record. Andr it is-further ordered that a copy of this rule to show cause be served on such of the representatives, heirs or devisees of James Parker, as reside within the Stale of New Jersey, and that those who are non-residents be served by mailing a copy thereof to their postoffice address it the same can be ascertained and also by publishing a copv of said notice in the Perth Am boy livening News a newspaper print ed'and published In said county, once a week l'or four weeks. ADRIAN LYON. J Jjtf'dge. has been allowed by Ian Lyon, M.W&h'rgqAv County Court ^roiiimori Pleas'lind that on the sec- ; ond da>k,<af S«a>t«vnber. nineteen hun dred and ten at the hour of ten o'clock in tln\-forenoon of that day the said Judge of said Court at the Court House iu the City of New Brunswick, New Jersey will hear any reason you may allege why the mortgage in said order mentioned should not be cancell ed of record. Yours truly. C. C. HOMMANN, Attorney of Petitioner. 107 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. 13314—7-19-4 t-oew -Tues SHERIFF'S SALE. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY—Be tween George H. Coutts, complainant, and Feruoelo Puccl, et us., et als., de fendants, Fi. Fa., for sale of mort gaged premises, aated May 27, 1910. By virtue of the above stated writ to me directed and delivered, I will ex pose to- sale at public vendue on •-«VWi;i)NESDAY, JULY SIXTH, NINE TEEN HUNDRED AND TEN, at two o'clock In the afternoon of the said day, at the Sheriff's Office, in the City of New Brunswick, New Jersey. All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land and premises hereinafter particu larly described, situate, lying and being in the City of Perth Amboy, in the County of Middlesex and State of New Jersey, Bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at a point in the southerly line of Washington street distant twenty-eight (28) feet westerly from the westerly line of Johnstone street; thence running westerly along said southerly line of Washington ton street twenty-five (25) feet to the easterly line of land now or late of Jos eph E. Chapman; thence running south erly along said line and at right an gles to said Washington street one hundred (100) feet to the northerly line of lot number thirteen (18) as laid out on the hereinafter mentioned map; thence running easterly along the northerly line of said lot number thir teen (18) and parallel with said Wash ington street twenty-five (25) feet to the- westerly line ef lands of William H. Powers and thence running norther ly along Raid westerly line or said land of said William H. Powers and parallel with Jehnstone street one hundred (100) feet to the said southerly line of Wash ington street, the point or place of beginning. Being twenty-two (22) feet of the westerly part of lot number ten (10) and three (3) feet of the easterly part of lot number nine in block ten (10) as laid out on map entitled 'Map of Property belonging to J. E. Chapman, at Perth Amboy, N. J.," C. C. Hommann, Surveyor, August. 1882. Bounded on the north by Washington street, on the west bv remaining part of lot -number nine (9), on the south by lot number thirteen (13) and on the east by the remaining part of lot num ber ten (10) in said block ten (10.) Being~the greater portion of the same land and premises conveyed to the said Ferruccie Puccl and Ascanlo Puocl by deed from said William H. Powers and wife, bearing date April 12, 1905, and re corded in the office of the Clerk of the County of Middlesex in Book 868 of Deeds on pages 112 &c. And also all, of the said land and premises that were conveyed to the said Ferruccio Puccl, and Ascanlo Puccl by deed of Charles C. Hommann and wife, bearing date February 28, 1506, and recorded in the Clerk's office of the said county of Middlesex in Book 882 of Deeds on pages 168, &c. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments, and appur tenances thereunto belonging, and the reversions and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof, and also all the es tate, right, title and interest of the said defendants of, in and to the same. Notice is hereby given that the above described premises will be sold subject to the lien and encumbrance of taxes for the year 1909 of $65.13, with interest thereon of $1.96, assessment for paving of* $59.00, with interest thereon of $20. 90, water rents of $67.53, aggregating an approximate amount due on the adver tised day of sale of $214.51. WILLIAM H. QUACKENBOSS. Sheriff. BEEKMAN & SPENCER, Solicitors. 12260-6-7-5t-oew. $3990. SAUE OF BONDS. • Proposals will be received until 8 o'clock p. m., August 1, 1910, at ttfe office of the city treasurer, Perth Amboy, for the purchase of $15,000, 4 per cent. Police and Fire Facili ties BorfZtS. Boh"d8 to be dated May Mid to mature May 1, 1930. CHAS. K. SEAMAN, City Treasurer. e 12439 7-23 St NOTICE TO COXTRAtTORS. Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of the County of Middlesex, State of New Jersey, on August 4, 1910, at 11 A. M., in the committee's room, Court House, New Brunswick, N. J., for the grading of the cut-off of Dennett's Hill, situated in North Brunswick Township, Middlesex county, State of New Jersey. Plans and specifications may be Been by applying to F. S. Simons, county engineer, Roosevelt, N. J., or Thomas H. Haggort.v, county collec tor, Room 23, 40 Paterson street, New Brunswick, N. J. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check in the amount of $600.00, payable to the order of Thomas H. Haggerty, county collec tor, without any conditional endorse ment whatever, which check shall be forfeited If the successful bidder fails to enter into contract within ten days of the award of the con tract. The contract will be awarded sub ject to the approval of the State Commissioner of Public Roads. The Board of Freeholders reserve the right to reject any or all bids if deemed to the best interest of the county. P. H. S. HENDRICKS, Attest: Director. ASHER W. BISSETT, Clerk. 13198-7-12-19-26-8-2 $11.07 SHERIFF'S SALE. IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY— Between Ida May Wheeler, complain ant, and Marie Rasmussen, et als., defendants, FiFa. for sale of mort gaged premises, dated June 28, 1910. By virtue of the above-stated writ to me directed and delivered I will ex pose to sale at public vendue on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST THIRD, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND TEN, at two o'clock in the afternoon of the said day, at the Sheriff's Office, in the City of New Brunswick, New Jersey: All that certain tract or parcel of land and premises hereinafter particu larly described, Bituate, lying and being in the City of Perth Amboy, in the County of Middlesex and State of New Jersey, and known as Lot Number Eleven (11) on Block Number Seventy seven (77) on the new map of "The Middlesex Land Company," beginning at the northwesterly corner of Lot Thir teen (IP) on Baid Block on the easterly line of Second Btreet, at a point dis tant two hundred (200) feet northerly from the intersection of said line with the northerly line of Gordon street, thence (1) easterly along said last lot one hundred and fifty (150) feet par allel with said last street; thence (2) northerly parallel with Second street fifty (50) feet; thence (8) westerly par allel to the first course, one hundred and fifty (150) feet to Second street; thence (4) southerly along the same, fifty (50) feet to the point or pl^pe. t>4" beginning. Bounded north^ry by Lot 9 on said "if easterly by Lot "No. 12 on said Block, southerly by Lot i'lo. 18 on said Block, and westerly by Second street. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurten ances thereunto belonging, and the re versions and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof, and also all the es tate, right, title and Interest of the said defendants of, in, and to the same. WILLIAM H. QUACKENBOSS, Sheriff. JOSEPH E. STRICKER, Solicitor. $22.26. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Tamest cir culation of any scientific Journal, Terms, IS a year: four months, #L told by all newsdealers, ^MSfiagssJteslw J OUfll I -irui-uow 1 UC3. STATE N 18LANO RAPID TRANSIT R A Ili\V A Y» Time Table In Effect Thur»day. May 19th, 1910. PERTH AMBOY TO NEW YORK. LEAVE—6:10, 6:8#, 7:00, 7:29, 7:23, »:00, 8:00, 8:60, 9:50, 10:60, 11:47 A. M. 12:47. 1:62. 2:60, 3:86, 4:26, 6:28, 6:40, 7:63, 9:00, 10:28, 11:30 p. m. SATURDAYS BETWEEN 11:50 A. M. AND 11:00 P. M.—11:68 a. in.; 12:46, 1:24. 2:08. 2:23. 3:00. 8:30, 4:40, 6:86. 6:40, 7:80, 8:15, 9:26, 10:20 p. m. ADDITIONAL BOATS WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE PERTH AMBOY—9:20. 10:M, 11:20 a. m.; 12:20, 1:20. 2:20, 4:00, 4:60, 6:43, 6:10. 7:06. 7:80, 8:85, 9:40, 10:60 p. m.; 12:06, 12:46 a. m. SATURDAYS—12:22. 1:03. 1:45, 8:42, 8:66, 4:16, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00, 8:40, 10:00, 10:66 p. m. SUNDAYS AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS, LEAVE PERTH AMBOY—6:66, 7:65, 8:80. 9:05, 9:40, 10:52, 11:60 a. in.; 12:60, 1:6ft 2:60, 8:60, 4:43, 6:25, 6:06, 6:45, 7:28, 8:08, 8:63, 9 46. 10:56, aiul holidays only 11:30 p. m. ADDITION BOATS WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE PERTH AMBOY—10:06, 10:30, 11:20 a. m.: 12:1ft 1:10, 2:10, 8:10, 4:10, 6:06, 6:46, 6:28, 7:06, 10:20. 11:30 p ro.; 12:80 a. m., and on HOLIDAYS only 1:20 a. m., and 6:16 a. m. NEW YORK TO PERTH AMBOY LEAVE—8:00, 7:00, 8:00. 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 a. m.; 12:00 noon; 1:00, 2:00, 8:00, 4:00, 4:40, 6:16. 6:30, 6:45, 8:15, 6:30, 7:00, 7:40, 9:00, 10:00, 11:80 p. m.; 12:30 a. in. SATURDAYS BETWEEN 12:01 p. m.. and 11:29 p. m.-12:40, 1:00, V16, 1:3^ 2:00, 2:80. 8:15, 4:00, 4:40, 6:20. 6:00. 6:40, 7:80, 8:00. 8:40, 9:20, 10:20 p. m. ADDITIONAL BOATS, WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE TOT TENVILLE—6:20. 6:42, 7:45, 9:30, 10:80, 11:30, a m.; 12:80, 1:30, 2:30, 8:45, 4:40, 6:83. 9:25, 10:86, 11:46 p. m. Saturdays—11:86 a. m.J 12:32. 12:65, 1:86, 4:06, 4:60, 6:60, 10:10. 11:05 p. m. SUNDAYS AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS. LEAVE NEW YORK—8:80, 8:00, 9:00. 9:80. 10:20, 11:00 a. m.; 12:00 noon; 1:00. 2:00. 8:00, 4:00. 5:00. 8:00, 8:40, -7:20, 8:0ft 8:40, 9:20, 10:0ft 11:00 p. m.; 12:00 nlffht; and holidays only 12:30 a m. ADDITIONAL BOATS WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTIONS LEAVE TOT TENVILLE—8:15, 8 46, 9:60, 11:00 a. ra.; 12:00 noon; 1:00, 2:00, 8:00. 4:00. 4:68, 6:88. 6:68. 6:86. 6:56 p. m„ and 6:25 a. ra., holi day* only GEORGE J. BROWN. General Traffic Agt. NOTIOK TO CREDITORS. George W. Sharp, Jr., administra tor of Morten Larsen, deceased, by direction of the surrogate of the County of Middlesex, hereby gives notice to the creditors of the said Morten Larsen, to bring in their debts, demands and claims against the estate of the said deceased, un der oath or affirmation, within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against the said adminis trator. Dated June 13, 1910. GEORGE W. SHARP, JR., Administrator. 12462-6-14-9 t-o-e-w-Tu. OVER es YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Demons Copyriqhts 4c. An rone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invent Jon la probably patentable Communica tion* strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent* •ent free. Oldest oeencj for securing patents. Patents ukeo through Munu & Co. reoelYS Hal not let, without charge. In lh« RAWN INQUEST EXPECTED TO REVEAL MUCH Chicago, July 20.—With the (liseov- | ery that a mass of evidence in the $1,000,000 Illinois Central graft case will be injected into the testimony heard at the Ira O. Hawn inquest this evening, it became known that a cash settlement of another of the road's graft claims is under consideration and may be made shortly. The new settlement is of a claim o! $750,000 ngainst the Ostermann Manu facturing company. Meanwhile members of the Rawn family were surprised by ft curt notl- i flcation from Samuel II. Greely, presi- ' dent of the Wlnnetkn village board, \ that he would take charge of the Rawn family home, wnere the tragedy oc- j curred. With this notification was an equally terse assertion that Greely was "firmly convinced evidence was being suppressed" concerning Ilawn's death. The day's developments were round- : ed out by the discovery that Rawn had left a will in which his wife, Mrs. Florence Willis Rawn, is made sole beneficiary and executrix. While there was no schedule of property filed In the document it was learned the estate is valued at something over $1,000,000.1 J. T. Ilarahan, president of the Illi- : nois Central railroad, has Joined forces with the Chicago police in their efforts to solve the mystery surrounding the tragic death of Mr. Rawn. In a conference with Assistant Chief of Police Harman Schuettler President Ilarahau turned over all of the evi dence in the Illinois Central graft in vestigation that involved Mr. Rawn. As a result the assistant chief said there Is little doubt that the verdict at the inquest to be~held Wednesday Will be suicide. The theory that Rawn shot himself accidentally haB been aban doned by the police and it is said It will not even be presented to the coro ner's Jury. "The motive for suicide has been established," said the assistant chief. X He Got Badly Left. Experiences of a correspondent of a i Nuremberg paper go to show that the German adulteration laws toksuc. He says: "A French, friend sent me four boAVies of burgundy. After pay ing the duty I was informed that all wine coming from abroad has to be analyzed. As my consignment includ ed two kinds of wine a double analysis was necessary, and for this X paid a fee of $0.24. As the end of a week 1 received first a certificate attesting that my wine was pure and, second, the case in which the bottles were sent. I was also informed that two bottles had been required to form the basis of each analysis and that consequently there was no wine left. I am natural ly grateful to the state for the precau tions taken to guard my health, kmt I cannot help thinking I am entitled to the empty bottles. Surely these were not also analyzed." Imitation Tortoise Shell. Bones of sharks and skates are used In Japan in making imitation tortoise shell. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Ferd Garretson, administrator of Schuyler Kempton deceased, by di rection of the Surrogate of the Coun ty of Middlesex, hereby gives notice to the creditors of the said Schuyler Kempton, to bring in their debts, de mands and claims against the estate of the said deceased, under oath or affirmation, within nine months from this date, or they will be forever barred of any action therefor against the said administrator. Dated July 25, 1910. FERD GARRETSON, Administrator. 13481 7-26 9t oew Tues NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Thomas L. Slugg, executor of Kaiolina Neurnan, deceased, by di recelon of the Surrogate of the Coun ty of Middlesex, hereby gives notice to the creditors of the said Karoline Neuman, to bring In their debts, demands and claims against the es tate of the said deceased, under oath or affirmation, within nine months from this date, or they will be for ever barred of any action therefor against tbe said executor. Dated July 25, 1910. THOMAS L. SLUGG, Executor. 13480 7-26 9t oew Tues. PERTH iMBOY POSTOFFICK SCHEDULE. Taking Effect May 23. 19X0. MAILS ARRIVE DAILY. N. T. west and south 7:00 a. ra N. Y. and Phllft 7:80 a. m. Rahway-Woodbrldge 7:80 a. m. Fords and Keasbey 8:00 a. ra. South JerBey Way 9:00 a. m. N. T. and Northern Way »:80 a. m. Cranbury. Jamesburg and Hlghtstown, N. J 10:00 a. ra. Hahway, direct 13:00 ra. South Jersey Way 1:00 p. m. Woodbridge. direct 1:30 p. ra. N. Y. and Northern Way 3:80 p. m N. Y. and Northern Way 6:00 p. )X South Jersey Way J:30 p. m. Cranbury. Camden A Hlghts town 6:80 p. m. New York. Brooklyn, Penna. and North Jersey 6:30 p. m. Rahway-Woodbrldge 6:80 p. m. Fords and Keasbey ..... 6:4o p. ra. MAILS CLOSE DAILY. South Amboy, Phlla. Trenton and Camden 7:00 a. m. Hahway-Woodbridge 7:15 a. m. Fords and Keasbey s IS a. m. N. Y. and Northern Way 8:00 a. m South Jersey Way 8:30 a. m. N. Y. Penno. New Jersey and Eastern States 9:50 a. m. Rahway and Woodbridge ....12:00 ra. N. Y. and Northern Way 11:06 m. South Jersey Way 1:00 p. ra. Rahway ana Woodbridge .... 4:15 p. ra. South Jersey Way 4:1# p. m. N. Y. Northern Way 4:80 p. ra. Phlla. Camden. Jamesburg Cranbury and Hlghtstown.. 6:00 p. m. Woodbridse. Rahway, New ark. Elisabeth 6:00 p. ra. Fords and Keasbey 7:00 p. ra. All Points 7:00 p. m. BUNDAYa All points 6:60 p. ra. OFFICE HOURR Open 7:0o a m. Close 7:30 p. m. Money Order department opens 7:80 a. m.. closes at 6:00 p. m. Registry Department opens 7 a. ra, closes 6:00 p. m. Carriers' window open evenings from • to 7 p. m. Sundays » to 10 &. m. Stamp wlndovr coens 7 a. m.; closes at 7:10 p. m.. dally, fundaya, opens t a. in.; closes 10:00 a. m. Public corridor open until 8 p. in. GEORGE H TICKL Postmaster. £ |£| .■ ; ; V BRYAN NOW FACES HIS BIG BATTLE Grand Island, Neb., July 26. Thumbs are certainly down for *W. J. Bryan among the delegates to the Democratic state convention, which meets here to day. The men over whom Bryan has lord ed it for twenty years have now got him down and they are prepared to keep him there. In the windows of business houses there nre pictures of all the candidates, and leaders of the party, but not a single one of William Ji. Bryan is tc be seen in Grand Island. So confident are the leaders of the opposition that they have Bryan beaten that they have decided that he shall have every opportunity he wants to sway the convention his way. He will even be put on the committee on resolutions, a position he has had in the state conventions of the last twen ty years, and he "will have an oppor tunity to introduce his county option i"Wlution both in the committee, where It will be killed, and on the flooi of the Convention, to which he will appeal it. Anti-Bryan men tonight are claiming that 650 of the 883 delegates are ready to vote agalns' Bryan and county op tion, although only 475 of these dele gates are instructed against Bryan. Lincoln, NGt>., July 26.—There prom Ises to be a t)ig fight between the fol lowers of Senator Brown and Con gressman George Norrls at the Repulv Ucan state convention here this after noon. Both are candidates for per manent chairmag^f the meeting. It is expected that county option, Bryan's pet Idea, will be placed In the state platform without opposition. Tasty Summer Dishes. It is difficult to find a more tasty rntree for a summer dinner than jaked tomatoes served on the plate ivith the meat or in individual rame kins. A little cold boiled tongue or lam mixed with the breadcrumbs fili ng the tomatoes is a tasty addition.. Plenty of butter sjipll)/! W' used in lessoning cofi'&yd tomatoes of any cln/i, the butter neutralizing the acid of the vegetable. For the benefit of persons who have never stuffed and baked tomatoes it might be said that a slice is taken from the top of round, apple shaped tomatoes and the pulp la removed and mixed with bread crumbs, rice or macaroni with or with out a little minced meat and with or without onion Juice and minced para ley. Melted butter should be used to moisten the crumbs, rice or macaroni. The tomatoes should be put into a baking dish and be baked in a hot oven about fifteen minutes or until they are tender and thoroughly heated through. The dried pieces of the cheese box may be grated and mixed with rich cream seasoned with salt and paprika and left to stand and ripen for a day. The result is an excellent cream cheese which may be served with the salad course or for a supper. Sour cream may be employed. For a timely luncheon dish cover the bottom of a baking dish with cooked fresh or canned asparagus cut into short lengths, turn over it some rich ivhlte sauce and then break on the top in egg for each person to be served. Bake until the whites of the eggs are set. Electricity For Stains. There seems to be no limit to the uses to which electricity can be put In the household. The scientists are learning to har ness It up into a first rate maid of all work and making it do everything, from washing the clothes to rocking the cradle, or they would if they had cradles in these tip to date households. But one of the newest uses to which electricity has been put is that of a speedy spot remover. A technical magazine says that a new electrolytic bleaching apparatus has been invented which enables a woman to remove within two or three minutes any accidental stains from articles such as tablecloths, lace, embroidery work, etc. Tea, coffee, wine, fruit, ink of any color, may all be effectively and inexpensively removed within a few minutes, and .above all, the electrolytic method does not destroy the fabric of the article treated. A Bird's Barbed Wire Fenoea. There may be seen along the road sides in Central America a brown wren about the size of a canary which builds a nest out of all proportion t« its ap parent needs. It selects a small tree with horizontal branches growing close together. Across two of the branches it lays sticks fastened together with tough fiber until a platform about six feet long by two feet wide has been constructed. On the end of this plat form nearest the tree trunk it then builds a huge, dome shaped nest a foot or bo high with thick sides of inter woven thorns. A covered passageway is then made from the rest to the end of the platform in as crooked a man ner as possible. Across the outer end as well as at short Intervals along the Inside of this tunnel are placed cun ning little fences of thorns with Just space enough for the owners to pass through. On going out this opening is closed by the owner by placing thorns across the gateway, and thus the safe ty of the earsrs or young la assured.— Harper's Weekly. Desperate Remedy Needed. Plate Layer (to passenger who has Jumped from the Loudon-Plymouth nonstop express) — Jumped aht, did yer? Wof ft>r? Passenger—Crowd of golfers In the carriage; couldn't stand another two hours of their shop.—Lon don Puiieh. If you do not read Ufc NEWS every day you will miss a great deal. 1C , . ["WASfTED Youn$ man as dene must have experieTtce Dept.5. he L.Rodner N.Y. ^ ROOMS TO LET. Flat to let, 5 rooms and bath, all Improvements. 100 Commerce St. 13465 7-25 2t Four rooms to rent at 110 Catalpa ave. Call evenings. 18348 7-20 6t To Let—Flat, all improvements, cor ner Market and South First streets. Inquire M. Shumsky, 818 State St. 12832-6-27-tt Flai to Get—AU modern Improve ments, 64 Madison avenue. 10271-3-2 9-tf Flat to Let*—Five rooms, all on same floor; city water and sewered; suitable for small family. G. D. Runyon, 173 High street. ' 4-27-tf Flat to Let—Seven rooms, modern Improvements, steam heat. In quire 176 Smith street. Jewelry store. 13184-7-12-lmo. Flat to Let—Three rooms on second floor, 417 New Brunswick avenue. Enquire at 415 New Brunswick ave nue. 4-27-tf HOUSES TO LET. Seven Room House, 118 Madison avenue, improvements, rent $22 per month. Inquire Bobbins lumber yard or 110 High, street. - 12672-6-21-fo FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. To Let—Neatly furnished room, all improvements. Inquire 267 Mc Clellan street. 13453 7-23 6t To Le<^—Furnished rooms, single also suitable for light housekeep ing. 440 State street 13 410 7-22 tf Beautiful, Large, Airy Rooms, block from city hall, overlooking bay. 253 Water street, corner Market street. ) 2959-6-30-lmo. ROOMS WAXTKD. Wanted—8 rooms not furnished, convenient, central, no family. Inquire News Office. 13487 7-26 It TO LET. To Let—Hall or store. Inquire in Peterson's coal office. 18437 7-23 4t To Let—Two stalls for horses, 33 8 State street. 13294-7-16-tf jlo Let—Two offices, 888 State St. 13293-7-16-tf WANTED. V\ ant to buy second hand bicycle cheap. Address H. D., care News. 13457 7-26 2t His Only Blemish. When the pious looking lady entered the London blrdshop and stated her need of a talking parrot the proprietor "reckoned 'e'd got the werry thing the lady wanted." "Course, ma'am," he said, "you don't want a wulgar bird. This 'ere one, now, was brought over by a missionary. Talks like a reg'lar 'ymn book, 'e does. I wouldn't let 'lm go If I didn't think you'd give 'lm a re spectable 'ome. Thirty-five shillings that bird, ma'am." "You'll soon know!" screeched Pol ly. "You'll soon know!" "Dear me! How quaint!" gushed the lady, and 85 shillings changed hands. "What does be mean by 'you'll soon know,' 1 wonder?" "It's 'is only blemish, ma'am," smiled the birdshop man. " 'E's got it into 'is 'ead that every one's won derful anxious to find out wot a mis sionary sez when 'e 'its 'is thumb with I a 'ammer." | What She Missed. Six-year-old Ruth was very unhappy because one of her many wants had been denied. Her papa was giving her a lecture and said, "You have every thing that most little girls have, and I don't think there is another little girl in town has more than you." "Oh, yes," said Ruth. "Alice has." "What has she that you have not?" said papa. "Well, I guess she had a ride to her grandma's funeral."—Exchange. Marriage Music. During my school days I met the late Professor Prout, who wag as full of fun as he was of musical lore. It is said that at a wedding at which the late Dublin professor was presiding at the organ be played the happy couple in with "Wretched Lovers" and ont with "Father, Forgive Them. For They Know Not What They Do!" — From "Fifty Years' Reminiscences of a Free Church Musician," by B. Mlnshall. Teeth. Bobby—My gran'ma's so old she ain't got a tooth In her head. Tommy— Ain't she? Well, mebby they're in her bureau drawer, like my Aunt Tillle's is sometimes. Imitation. "Imitation may be de sincerest flat tery," said Uncle Eben, "but dat does not make counterfeit money any mo' acceptable. "^-Washington Star. Words are like leave*, and where they most abound much fruit of sense beneath rarely found.—Pope, 1 Let the NEWS tell sour wants*. L < RF.AT. ESTATE FOE SALE. For Sale—At Fords, a new six-room house with large plot, or small farm; city water, .itone roads. Easy terms. Enquire A. H. Dunham, 258 Elm street, city. 18244-7-14-tf For Bale Cheap—Fifteen houBes, In cluding dwellings and tenements, will pay 15 to 20 per cent, on your cash investment. J. Sorenaon, 492 Amboy avenue, Perth Amboy, N. J. ' 12874-6-2 8-1 mo. SITUATION WANTS—FEMALE Woman wishes washing and ironing to take home. Call 8 48 Prospect St. 7-25 2t Young girl, 14 V4 yrs. old wishes to take care of baby or assist with housework. Lizzie Adams, 532 Sayre ave. 7-25 3t Hungarian woman wants to go out by the day to do washing and Iron ing. Mrs. Joseph Eajkoczi, 316 Goodwin St. 7-23 St Situations Wanted — Situations at general housework, plain cooking, etc., for women with babies or small children. Small wages expected. Ap ply to "Joint Committee for Secur ing Situations for Destitute Mothers with infants," 10 icadeiSJ"§t.', Newark, N. J. 187«3-10-26-tf SITUATION WANTS-MALE. Educated young man wishes posi tion, office and selling experience. Address W., General Delivery, Perth Amboy. 7-23 8t HELP WANTED—FEMALE. Wanted—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Apply 402 High St. 13486 7-26 tf Wanted—Girl. Apply National Laundry, 261 King St. 13477 7-26 4t Wanted—Competent girl for general housework. 221 High St. 13492 7-26_t_f Girl wanted. Apply at once, Raritan Laundry, 49 Smith St. 13491 7-26 It Girl wanted to assist with house work. Apply 267 McClellan St. 13472 7-25 2t Girl wanted, 3 80 High St. 13467 7-25 tf HELP WANTED—MALE. Wanted—Grocery clerks and butch ers, experienced delicatessen man and drivers. Perth Amboy City Market. M. Shumsky, 312 State St. 13466 7-25 2t Wanted—Willing young men as por ters at Otto's Cafe, 286 Hobart St. _ _ 13490 7-26 It Wanted—Experienced track foreman with ability to construct broad and narrow guage track. Apply to U. S. M. R. Co., Chrome, N. J. 13476 7-26 2t Got His Receipt. He had run up a small bill at the village store and went to pay it, first asking for a receipt. The proprietor grumbled and complained it was too small to give a receipt for. It would do Just as well, he said, to cross the account off and so drew a diagonal pencil line across the book. "Does that settle it?" asked the cus tomer. "Sure." "An' ye'U niver be askin' for It ag'ln?" "Certainly nQt." "Faith, thin," said the other coolie, "an' I'll kape me money in me pocket." "But I can rub that out," said the storekeeper. "I thought so," said the customer dryly. "Maybe ye'll be givin' me a re ceipt now. Here's yer money." One of the Natives. A gentleman was once showing a countryman round a zoo, when tbey came to a cage containing a kanga roo "What is that?" inquired the coun tryman. "Oh," replied the gentleman, "that Is a native of Australia!" Immediately the countryman threw up his arms In horror, exclaiming, "Goodness gracious, my Bister married one of them!"—London Telegraph. Training For a Crash. "That man Is always anxious to get Into the fa pot light," said the observant citizen. % "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum, "but he doesn't discriminate. One of these days he's going to stand in front of a locomotive headlight and not realize his mistake till he Is run over."—Wash ington Star. The Weapon He Needed. k, v citizen burst frjmticslly Into the police station. "My life's In dangerl" he cried. "I've Juat received a threatening letter from th* Black Hand, and I want a permit to carry a weapon."' "All right, sir," replied the captain. "I'll give you ft permit to carry a fan —that's the weapon you need; some thing that will keep you cool."—Chi cago N#w». Be an advertiser—lc. a word. FOB SALE. Milk route for sale. Inquire News Office^ 13489 7-26 5t>\ $15.00 will buy toproll desk and of fice chair. Inquire 865 Market St. 13476 7-26^ It For Sale—One bay horse, suitable for light work, gentle and will stand without being tied. Apply to Fred Christiansen, 218 Madison Ave. 13468 7-25 8t Lawn Vases—Decorate your lawn"by getting a lawn vase from the Perth Amboy Cement Stone Co., Sayre Ave. Tel. 442 or 109L. 13031 7-5 tf For Sale—Gas engine, 10 horsepower er, A1 condition. Will sell at a bargain. Apply Evening News. ___ 1-8-tf For Sale—White beach sand. Rarl tan Merchantile Co., 806 Front street. 18385 7-21 6t Well established saloon for sale. In quire News office. 13368 7-21 tt For Sale—A car load of fresh cowa and springers, at reasonable prices. Lewis Ayers, Voorhees Sta tion, near New Brunswick, N. J, 13440 7-23 6t, Par fi^aco jilano, good tone, $10. First-class organ in good condition, $16. Zellman Music House. 9204-2-21-tf MISCELLANEOUS. Headquarters for EkUson and Victor machinea and records; the only place you can get a complete selec tlo not popular as well as operatic records. Machines sold on easy terms. Zellman's Music House. 159 fimlth street. 9979-3-19-tf FILMS DEVELOPED—Six exposure, 10c; Velox prints Brownie No. !, So; a»4x354, 8HX8H, 8^x4U, 4c; 4x6, S^xBH and postals, Be each; enlargements. 8x10 In., black and white, or septa mounted. Mo. John N. LehrB, 273 High Street, Brald wood'fl. 120S3 LOST. iJWSl; VJU1U t'l UbH Be L W 1 Lll H11UU stones on Tuesday, July 12, re ward If returned to 387 High St. 13454 7-25 3t Lost—A pocketbook containing $10' , bill at Sewaren station Sat urday. If found return to N. D. Dunn, Philadelphia & Reading R. R. Office, Port Reading. Reward will be given. 13479 7-26 It MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE, 5 AND 0 PER CENT. PIERCE & SON, 93 SMITH STREET 13097-7-7-tf Money to Loan on bond and morV gage. Fraser Bros., 95 Smith St> 6020-10-16-tf Th# Real Need. In negro households, especially In communities where negroes form a large portion of the population, It fre quently happens that the woman Is the head of the family, being not only the breadwinner, but also the discipli narian, and ip that capacity on occa sions she regards her putative lord andj jM master as subject to her will. Thlaj at least was the assumption of the col ored woman who was a party to a lit tle scene enacted in the office of a ju»- " tice of the peace. A man had been arrested on th®' charge of beating and cruelly misus ing his wife. After hearing the charge' against the prisoner the justice turned to the first witness. "Madam," be said, "if this man were your husbaryi and had given you a beating would you call in the police?" The woman addressed, a veritable amazon in size and aggressiveness, turned a smiling countenance toward the Justice and answered; "No, jedge. If he was mah husban' an' he treated me lak he did 'is wife Ah wouldn't call no p'liceman. No, sah; Ah'd call de undertaker."—1' Youth's Companion. Flexibility of English. English is not only, as Richard Jef ferles asserted, the most expressive and flexible*-©# tongues, but also, in Swinburne's opinion, the most musi cal. He proclaimed the lines— Music that gentller on the spirit lies Than tired eyelids upon tired eye* to be unmatched for melody in any language. And few would venture to contradict such a master of music and tongues. But surely French ranks next on the roll of languages. For clearness of diction it is unrivaled, and, thanks to Its abundance of row els (close on one for every consonant) it flowes rhythmically from the tongue. Against Wcstley's dictum, that French is to German as a bagpipe to an or gan, may be cited a saying of another -- famous divine, Dr. Dolllnger, "L'Alle manu n eat pas une iangue, mais eeux qui parlent ce Jargon se comprennent entre eaux" (German is not a lan guage, but those who speak this Jar gon understand one another).—London Chronicle. Blank Verse. Poet—You published a poem of mine last week. You pay according to CsS kind of v«Se, don't you? -Editor—Yes. George, ,^ive the gentleman a blank check.—Judge.