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I eq Words «• Less | en Cents ONE CENT A WORD it Is Easy to Pay Ludwig's Way. AUGUST Everything Marked in Plain Figures. Clearing Sale Has brought us hundreds of customers. People begin to real ize what a money-saving opportunity it means by buying their Furniture here. Prices cut right and left. We must make room for our fall stocks Nothing reserved. Everything must be sold regardless of price. Youcan only blanie your self by missing this opportunity. You can always llnd here what we advertise. Our terms and prices are al ways a little lower than elsewhere. CHINA ' CLOSET LIKE cur Sale Price <r<* nn >11.30 $1 Deposit, $2 Monthly We are the sole agents for the TAYLOR NURSERY BABY BED, price $15.00 Never leave your bed at night to attend to baby. A bed that takes up no room. 9x12 Axminster Rugs, COS Aft $32.00 value, - - ¥*tf»vU 9x12 Brussels Rugs, $1$ CI) $20.00 value, - - $350 PIHM0S Guaranteed by i the manufacturer* for 10 years, SALE PRICE $275.00' $5.00 DEPOSIT, $1.00 WEEKLY, will .ecure one. Tuning free two years. Piano-lessons free. Ludwig's^^r 104-106 Smith St., Perth Amboy, N. J. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. _/ Proceedings of the Board of Aldermen of the City of Perth Amboy, N. J. August 12th, 1910. Adjourned meeting held August 12th, 1910, adlourned from August 9th, 1910. The members present were; Aldermen Hornsby, Seaman, Galvln, Larson, Dal ton, Sandbeck and Alderman-at-Large Voorhees. The following resolution: Whereas: Pursuant to ft resolution passed March 7, 1910, directing the City Attorney to apply to the Chancellor for an order to sell any Interest the Cltv of Perth Amboy has in the Cove or Wet Dock property, such application was made, and the said Chancellor, by an order, dated August 2, 1910, ordered and directed that the said property shall and may be sold by the said City to such person or corporation as will purchase the same at public or private sale, at a price to be fixed by the governing body, but subject to the ap proval of the Cnancellor before a con veyance shall be executed; such sale to be authorized and the price to be fixed by said governing body, and re ported to the Chancellor for approval all In accordance with the provisions of said Act of March twentieth, A. D., nineteen hundred. Now, therefore, be It resolved, by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Perth Amboy. which is the governing body thereof, that the said City of Perth Amboy Bell the lands known as the Cove or Wet Dock , property de scribed as follows: Beginning in the westerly line of Water street at the distance of one chain on a course north twenty-four degrees and fifty minutes east from the northerly lino of South Dock street and at the northeasterly corner of a slip of land containing four-tenths of an acre returned to John Brown on the twenty-first day of April, 3716, and recorded among other tracts In Book A-2, page 37; thence 1 North sixty-five degrees and twenty-five min utes west four chains; thence 2 south twenty-four degrees and fifty minutes west one chain; thence 3 north sixty five degrees and twenty-five minutes west three chains to the line of the lots formerly patented to George Wil locks, Samuel Gibson and others, thence along said line 4 North twenty-five de grees and fifty minutes east seven chains to North Dock street; thence 5 South sixty-five degrees and twenty less, to the Northwesterly corner of a slip of land patented to Thomas Gor don, on the first day of April. 1703, and recorded in Book C, page 2w>; thence along: the lines of the same 6 South twenty-four degrees and fifty minutes west one chain and eighty-one links to "the Marsh or Meadow Ground;" thence 7 south sixty-five degrees and twenty-five minutes east nine chains to Low Water Mark in the Sound; thence southerly along Low Water Mark four chains, more or less, to a point bearing a course of south sixty-five degrees and twenty-five minutes east from the beginning; thence from said point north sixty-five degrees and twenty five minutes west three chains, more or less, to the place of beginning, to Adrian Lyon, Receiver of the Perth Amboy Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, who will purchase the same, for the sum of five thousand dollars, which is hereby fixed as the price to be paid therefor; that the said sale be reported on oath to the Chancellor for his approval before a conveyance shall be executed, and that upon the approv al of the same by the said Chancellor that a deed be given for said lands, Btgned by the mayor and attested by the city clerk, with the common seal of the city affixed; and that thereupon the said deed be delivered to said purchaser by the treasurer of this city upon payrnen to him of the sum of five thousand dollars. Was read. After the reading the Chairman an nounced that the public would be given an opportunity to discuss it at this time. Adrian Lyon stated that the party who wished to purchase the Cove or Wet Dock property was the Roessler & Hassl&cher Chemical Company. A discussion was then engaged in by Wm. H McCormlck. Adolph H. Koyen, Emil Frey, George 8. Walker, H. C. Reilley, I>. P. Olmstead and Albert Leon representing the Board of Trade. In behalf of the Board of Trade Mr. Leon presented the following resolu ttoxu August 12th, 1910. To the Honorable Board of Aldermen, Perth Amboy. Gentlemen:— At the meeting of the Perth Amboy Board of Trade, held In the Council Chamber on Thursday evening, August 11th, the following resolution was In troduced and adopted; WHEREAS: We believe that It will be for the best Interests of the City of Perth AniDoy, to have the property known as the Wet Dock" occupied by J a live industry, which will employ la bor, Improve the property and pay taxes and whereby also the affairs of the Middlesex County Bank and the Perth Amboy Shipbuilding and Engi neering Co., may be settled. Be it Resolved: That we endorse the property sale thereof by the Honorable Board of Aldermen and urge upon them the advisability of making the same at once. THE PERTH AMBOY BOARD OF TRADE. ALBERT LEON, Secretary. Which was received and ordered placed on file. Alderman Seaman, after making a few remarks on the subject, offered an amendment to the resolution raising the price asked by the city to $10,000.00, by striking out the word "five" before the word thousand in the eighteenth line of the second page of the resolu tion and inserting in Its place the word "ten," and also striking out the word '' five" before the word thousand In the last line of the resolution and inserting in its place the word "ten." The amendment waB carried by the following vote: Yea—Hornsby, Sea man, Galvin, Larson, Dalton, Sandbeck, Vorhees. Nay—None. Mr. Lyon then addressed the Board and offered the following petition: To the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, of the City of Perth Amboy. Gentlemen:— We, the undersigned residents and voters of the Cltv of Perth Amboy, do hereby respectfully petition your hon- , orable body to sell any interest the City may have in the "Wet Dock" property for such sum as can be ob tained, in order that the title may be cleared and the property sold to an ac tive industry which will employ labor, pay taxes and generally benefit the City. Ktrcr->uur petitioners win ever pray, etc. Harry Conard, Fred D. Carr, D. P. Olmstead, J. Slobodlen, Geo. W. Eggert, W. J. Trainer, John H. Tyrrell, J. Krelelehelmer, B. R. Farrington, Sol Rubenstein, J. J. Harrigan, Harold M. Beekman, E. B. Walker, Tyrus W. Feck, E. Q. Fraser, S. Riddlestorffer, N. H. Johnson, E. J. McCormick. Louis Hollander, Ira Cx Mooro^ M. Zacker, M. J. McAllnden, Wm. M. Floersch. Frank S. Meade. Geo. J. Bchantz, Emll Bohn sack, H. A. Bowne, Julius Klein, Ar thur D. Colyer, Edward J. Switxer, John J. Deltehe, G. W. Fithian, John White, J. G. Burns, Oscar Schroeder, James S. Wight, Wm. W. Pierce, M. F. Larson, Louis Krelelshelmer, I. Gus sow, John H. Toft, C. W. Barnekov, Joe Kraemer, Louis Smith, J. J. Buck ley, Joseph Joffe, M. Noonan, H. J. Dloodgood, Wm. H. McCormick, Roy 8. Hall, L. P. Johnson, Patrick P. Murray. J. P. Salter, M. Peterson, M. Pallsl, S. M. Coutts, Scheurer A Sons, Ludwlg Wolff, John C. Brown, V. P. Christof ferson, Geo. H. Tice, 8. J. Vail, John Hansen, Jr., E. R. Pierce, Thos. J. Smith, Wm. H. Pulien, Louis Briegs, W. J. Dal ton, E M. Kelley, Peter Floersch, R. E. Comegys, Max Glbian, T. H. Ernst ,W. C. Taylor. Joseph Bruck, David Bash, John Switzer, Ed ward R. Koch, C. D. Boynton, E. H. Boynton. Fred 8. Haney, Jonn E. Wood, L. Kreeaser, Geo. H.Ryder, J. Tofte Han sen, Ferd Garretson, Max Klein, Ab ram Kramer, Pasquale Santoro, Chas. Schoncelt, C. A. Mussigbrodt, A. Had den Seaman, P. W. Summer .Hugh Tlramins, Jaa. G^owney, R. G. Bechtel, Frank Neer, Edward W. Barnes, Geo. F. Reynolds. Hans Nielsen, John H. Ling, Leo Goldberger, Josebh Greiner, M. L. Kreielsheimer, S. M^ Jacobson, John W. Beekman, W. E. O'Donneil, Patrick Convery, Geo. A. Post,- W. W. Blocker, F. L. Brown, Wm. J. Leavy, N. H. Johnson, J. Harry MeOormick, Chas. M. Peterson. Jas. E. McAllnden, H. Van Doren, John W. Kelley, I. Sin ger. G. E. Meade, Albert Leon, Thomas E. Farroat, E. Sussman, Wm. H. Hoff ner, Chrts. Chrlstoffersen. Alvln B, Fox, C. H. Reed. Wilbur LaRoe, Jesse Col yer^ Wm. H. Woglom, Wm. E. Duncan, Fred J. Cox, S. G. Garretson, Geo. W. Sharp, Jr., Hernan Anderson, Rubin Mahler, A. Beckhoff, Lars; lAratftt. IT Berkow, H. H. Pet*, E. E. HJll, J. illl ler, H. W. Kelioe, T. F. Burke, John D. Reardon, M" Seiner, L Pavlovsky. Howard J. Tort, C. Howaid bulA ijapt K. Crouse, John Seaman, Jamei P. O'Brien, Stand. Underground Cable Co., E. J. Waring. Bus. Mgr.; Joe Ro senberg, Ira B. Tice, Steve Byrofski, The Barber Aephalt Co., R. L». Fowler, Manager; A. Massopust, Jos. Masso pust. Atlantic-Terra Cotta Co., by Wra. H. Powell, Pres.; Wm. T. Stacey, Wm. H. Pfelffer, Niels Adolph Nielsen, Stephen Shultz, Boynton Real Estate Co., Clancy I). Boynton, Pres.; Max Goldberger, Henry Petty, -Frank C. Henry, M. D., Thomas Bron, G. Fred erick Rlchters, Arthur A. Quinn, E. J. Dorsey, Zallly Cohen, Myer Goldsmith, John Pfelffer, Wm. S. Grlswold, John R. Parr, American Smelting and Re fining Co., H. W. Jones, C. C.; H. J. Dal ton, Chas. F. Moore, Chesebrough Mfg. Co., E. L. Gridley, Supt.; Wm. G. Rock, John H. Paulson, Emll Sameth, N. Jacobson, D. Dobbs, Jacob Goldber ger, Nassel Applegate, Wm. P. O'Hare* John W. Meshrow, P. A. Dry Dock Co., W. P. Runyon, Pres.; D. Beann, C. C. Baldwin, Henry Maurer & Son., by J. Pfelffer, Supt.; Stephen Dysohock, Joseph Laskowskl, C. P. Convery, W. H. Fullerton, The C. Pardee Works, Chas. Edwards. 2d Y. P.; Wm. P. Qrad ley, C. M. Liddle, Rarltan Copper Works, A. C. Clark, Supt. Which was received and ordered en tered in the minutes. The resolution as amended was then adopted by the following vote: Yea— Hornsby, Seaman, Galvln, Larson, Dal ton, Sandbeck, Voorhees. Nay— Noge. On motion the Council adjourned. Secretary. 14001—8-10-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. William Gross and Charles K. Seaman, executors of Hannah A. Mundy, deceased, by direction of the Surrogate of the County of Middle sex, hereby gives notice to the credi tors of the said Hannah A. Mundy to bring in their debts, demands 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 therfore against the said exe cutors. Dated July 20, 1910. WILLIAM GROSS, CHARLES K. SEAMAN, Executors. 13S7 4 7-21 9t oew Thurs. PKKTH AMUOY POSTOFFkcK SCHKOTJUL Taking Effect May 13, 1910. MAILif ARRIVE DAIL*. N. Y. west and south 7:00 a. m N. T. and Phlla. 7:10 a. ra. Rahway-Woodbrldge 7:90 a. m. Fords and Keasbey i:00 a. m. South Jersey Way »:00 a. m. N. Y. and Northern Way 9:90 a. m. Cranbury, Jamesburg and Hightstown, N. J 10:00 a. m. Rahway, direct 1J:00 m. South Jersey Way 1:00 p. m Woodb ridge, direct 1:90 p m. N. Y. and Northern Way i:>0 p. m N. Y. and Northern Way 5:00 p. :x South Jersey Way 6:90 p. m Cranbury, Camden & Hlghte town 6:90 p. m. New York Brooklyn, Penna. and North Jersey «:S0 p. m. Rahway-Woodbrlage 6:10 p. m. i Fords and Keasbey ...,. 6:43 p ra ! MAILS CI/J8B DAILY. South Amboy, Phlla. Trenton I and Camden 7:00 a. ra. Rahway-Woortbrldge T:1J a m. Fords and Keasbey 9:1J a. m. I ??' aPd Northern Way 1:00 a. m. £ouih J«r»ey Way 6:90 a. m. 1 N. Y. Penna New Jersey and Eastern States 9 JO a in. Rahway and Woodbrldge ....11:00 m. £ Y.\.a?d Northern Way 3:00 m. 1 South Jersey Way JrOO p „ Rahwaj and WoodbrSSs- .... }-16 f ra South Jersey Way J:Oo p m. Rih^ray and Woodbr'djre .... 4:1? •>, ns. I South Jersey Way 4:16 p. m. N. Y. Northern Way 4:90 p. m. Phlla. Camden, Jamesburg Cranbury and Hightstown.. 6:00 p. m. Woodbrldge. Rahway. New ark. Eltzabeth 6:00 p. m. Fords and Keasbey T OO p. m. All Points 7:00 p. m. SUNDAYS. All points 6:60 p. m. OFFICE HQURa Open 7:00 a. m. Close.... T:90 p. m Money Order department opens 7:90 a. m„ closes at 6:00 p. m. Registry Department opens t a. m. Closes 6:00 p. m. | Carriers* window open evenings from i 6 to T p. m. Sundays » to 10 a m. I Stamp window opens 7 a. m.; closes at 7:80 p. m., daily. Sundays, opens 9 a. m.; eloses 10:00 ft m. Public corridor open until So m, GEORGE IT TIC ffi, ___ foetmastw. JERSEY CITY BLOCK SWEPT BY BIC FIRE Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 18.—A smol dering mass of debris today mark what was yesterday the $1,000,000 block of factory buildings bounded by Wash iugfnn, Warren, Morgan and Steuben streets. While the fire was burnlug a wide area in Jersey City was threat ened, and It required the city's entire fire fighting force, aided by firemen from New York, to stamp out the flames. One fireman was electrocuted and others were severely Injured be fore the blaze was under control. Spencer Babcock, a hoseman of en gine company 8 of the Jersey City fire department, was fatally Injured by picking up a live wire and attempting to cast It aside. His rubber boots alone prevented instant death. Babcock ex pired a short time after reaching the hospital. He was one of the oldest men in the department. The flames leaped across the streets and attacked neighboring tenements, factories and lumber yards. Only the prompt use of dynamite prevented their spread. Although the blowing up of burning buildings hindered the progress of the fire, the firemen had a terrific fight to keep it from cleaning out a large sec tion of the city, and time and time again the outcome of the terrific battle seemed uncertain. To add to the difficulties of the fire fighters a twenty-five mile wind sent sparks-flying many blocks away from the scene of the conflagration and bucket brigades #cere called into serv ice to save buildings that were in constant danger. The fire started in the cork factory of Truckiow & Salle at the northwest corner of Washington and Morgan streets. The building, a four story brick structure, was filled from cellar to roof with Inflammable material. Cork shavings fed the fire and, heated to a glow, were scattered by the wind In every direction. The flames spread so rapidly from the boiler room to the roof that the firemen saw at once they had the greatest problem of their lives ahead of them and a general alarm was sent out at once. From the cork factory the flames leaped to the rolling mill of Ames & Co., a three story brick structure at Washington and Steuben streets, and then working around to the west on Steuben licked up the three story coop erage plant belonging to the same firm, and then on to the Independent Baking Towder company's factory at the corner of Warren street. These buildings occupied the entire square block, and almost before the firemen had got to work on them the flames were leaping across the streets and at tacking other buildings, including the factory of the Regal Sacking company, a four story building tilled with gunny sacks that offered food for the flames. | BARGE CANAL FROM N. V. TO PHILADELPHIA Trenton, Aug. 18:—The success of the upper Delaware movement for Improved waterways, it was an nounced at the headquarters of the Atlantic Deeper Waterways Associa tion, Tuesday, haB led to a move ment in the Chamber of Commerce to change the name of the Trenton Philadelphia Deeper Waterways As sociation to the Trenton-Philadel phia-New York Deeper Waterways Association, In order to extend the jurisdiction of that body from Phila delphia to New Yorh. Congressman Moore, president of the General Association, was advised that th'e new movement had grown out of an Interview between Presi dent Donnelly, of the Trenton-Phila delphia Association, and Calvin Tomklns, the dock commissioner of New York. There is a suggestion that the State of New Jersey will cooperate with the government. Walter Wood, of R. D. Wood & Company, whose works are at Florence, in a letter to Mr. Donnelly, urgeB the construction of a fourteen-foot barge canal across the State of New Jersey, which he believes the government would find of sufficient importance to deepen for ship canal purposes. "I would therefore suggest," sai4 Mr. Wood, "that the Trenton-Phila delphia Deeper Waterways Associa tion widen its labors, even If It does not alter Its title to the Trenton Philadelphia-New York Deeper Waterways Association, and see how far the Interests on New York har bor will assist and secure the sup port of the senators and representa tives of^that section of the state through which the waterway will pass." WIND PREVENT FLYING AT ASBURY YESTERDAY Asbury Park, Aug. 18:—The patched-up cigar case out on the In terlaken aviation field which was broken by Brooklns when his bi plane fell on the opening day of the present meet, still Bported yesterday the home-made signboard with the legend "Brookins wanted a cigarette and so he landed here," but the aeroplane fliers seemed to prefer to go without cigarettes yesterday rather Than field in their air ma chines to get them. Nothing flow yesterday but wind and that was a buster. Read the NEWS even aw ROOMS TO LET. To Let—Five or six room flat, all improvements, 328 State street. 14077-8-18-3t To Let—Five rooms with improve ments, 491 Johnstone street. 14040-8-18-21 I looms to Let-—Six large rooms Tn3 bath, latest improvements, newly papered and painted; pleasant local ity, Inquire Bauer's confectionery, 103 Main Btreet, Woodbrldge, N. J Tel. 41-L Waodbridge. 14024-8-17-tf To Let—Six rooms, all improve ments. Inquire 96 Catalpa ave nue, near Lewis street. i 3940-#.18-1 fi-18 Mai to Let>—All modern improve ments, 64 Madison avenue. 10271-3-29-tt Flat to Let—Three rooms on second floor, 417 New Brunswick avenue. Enquire at 416 New Brunswick ave nue. 4-27-tf FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET. To Let—Bright, airy, big room, very reasonable. J. H. S., 159 Brigh ton avenue. 14069-8-18-lt To Let—FurnisheS rooms with or without board, private family. Apply 94 Market street. __________ 13981-8-16-tf To Let—A large furnished front room suitable for one or two. In qulre News oflice. 13980-8-16-3t Very Pleasant furnished room over looking bay, all improvements, best location. 172 Hector street. 18928-8-13-tf To Let—Neatly furnished room, all improvements. 267 McClellan St. 13699 8-3 tf Beautiful, Large, Airy Booms, block from city hall, overlooking bay. 253 Water street, corner Market street. 13706 8-3 lmo. Furnished Rooms to Let in good lo cation, all Improvements, at 343 Broadway, Tottenville, N. Y. 18966-8-16-6t AUTO WILL BE PRIZE, ASBURV BABY PARAOE Asbury Park, Aug. 18:—The As bury Park baby parade, now only two weeks off> is looming up large In the eyes of nearly a thousand parents who have registered children for the event. Their interest was whetted considerably by the an nouncement that the people's prize will be an automobile. It Is the most valuable trophy ever offered for the winner of any baby parade procession. The automobile offered Is a 11,200 car, with full equipment of extras. Miss Dorothy Ogden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ogden, of Elizabeth, Is the latest baby parade maid chosen for the court of Queen Tltanla, who will rule over the As bury Park youngsters during the carnival of August 80 to September 2, Inclusive. She represents the cot tage colony and 1« spending the sum mer with her parents at 1603 Webb street, North Asbury. Miss Ogden has just passed her eighteenth birth day and has spent several summers here. The latest acquisition to the queen's court is one of the most en thusiastic automobillsts In town. Her father has several cars and has given her a Hupmobile, In which she spends fully half her time and has had but one accident this season. This was on Saturday last, when the automobile of J. S. Carr, of Sea Bright, struck her machine on the Rumson road and put it out of com mission for a time. Miss Ogden was riding with her chum. Miss Marie Berfnettz, of Philadelphia, who was herself a baby parade maid a couple of years ago. Look at the '"prices of things" as advertised in today's paper. If you know values, and have a care for your purse, these prices will interest you. NBW JEBSp CENTRAL. TRAINS leave PERTH AMBOY. For New York, Newark and Eliza beth at 6i28, 7:17, <7:48 N. Y. only), 7:55, 8:24, 8:30, pTm, 10:06, 11:18 a. m.; 12:18, 12:38, 8:25, 4:44. 6.08, (6:12 Newark Special,) 6:30. 7:40, 8:13, (8:17 Saturday* only,) (9:57 Newark Special, Saturday) 11:43 p. m. Sundays, 8:82 a. m„ 1:26, 6:08, 7:28, 8:21, (Newark.) 8:47 p. m. For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound Brook, 7:17, 7:66, 8:24. (9:46 a. m., Phila. only), 12:33, 8:26, 6:08, 8:19 p. m. Sunday*. 8:32 a. m.. 6:08, 9:47 p. m. For Long Branch,-Asbury Park, etc., 6:10, 8:57. 8:81 11:68 a. rn„ 2:28, 4:68, 6:88, 6:81, l!:4i night. Sundays, 4:22, 8:84. a. m, 4:64 and 9:28 p, w. For Freehold. 6:10, 6:69, 8:t?7, 11:68 a. m.; 2 23 6:06, 6:81 p. m. SuiSdays, 8:34 a. m. 4:54. 9:28 p. m. W.G. RESLER. V. P. and Q. M. W.'c. HOPE Get,. Pa»*. Agent. STATE If ISLAND ItAPILI TKiSSIX RAILWAY, Time Table In Effect Thursday, May 19th. 1910. PERTH AMBOY TO NEW YORK. LEAVE—6:10, «:8ft 7:00, 7:29, 7:2% 8:00, 8:00, 8.50, 9:60, 10:60, 11:47 A. M. 1257. 1:61 J:5o: 8:36. 4:26, 6:28, 6:40, 7:68, 9:00, 10:28, "iAT^RDAYS BETWEEN 11:80 A. XL AND 11:00 P. M —11:68 a. in.,; 18:48, 1:H lA 2:8.8:00, 8:30. 4:40, 6:86, 6:40. 7:80, 8:14, ,:S>mTI<SNAL BOATS WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE PERTH AMBOY—9:W, 10:38, 11:20 a. m.; 12:26, 1:A SUNDAYS AND LEOAL HOLIDAYS, LEAVE PERTH AMBOY-6:6S, 7:86, 8:89, 9:06, 8:40, 10:13, 11:60 a. m.; 13:60, l:Mt. IM 8M 4.43, 5:26. 8:06, 6:46. 7:28. 8:31 8:68, 9:46, 10:511, and holiday* only 11:80 p. "ADDITION BOATS WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE PERTH AMBOY—10:05, 10:80, 11:20 a. m.; 12:1ft 2:10, 8:1^ 4:1ft 1:66. 5:46. 6:26, 7:06, 10 »"» 11:80 p. m.; 1<:80 a. in., and on HOLIDAYS only 1:29 a. in., and 6:16 a. "View york to perth amboy LMAVE—6:00, 7:00. 8 00, 9:00, 10:00. 11:60 a. in.: 12;00 noon; 1:00, 2:0<i, 8:00, 4:00, ' ' 6:18. 5:90. 6:48, 6:15, 6:80, 7:00. 7:4ft uu, 10:00, 11:80 p. m.: 12:» a. m. SATTTRnAYB BETWEEN 12:01 p. m.. and 11:29 p. m.—12:40. 1 00, 1:16. 1:80, 2:0ft 2 80. 8:18. 1:0ft 4:40. B:2ft 6:0ft 6:40, T:2ft 1:00. 8:40, 9:20, 10:20 p. m. ADDITIONAL BOATS. WITHOUT TRAIN CONNECTION LEAVE TOT T ENVILLE—6:20. 6:42. 7:45. 8:30, 10:80, 11:8ft a. in.; 12:80. 1:80. 2:80. 8:45, 4:40, 5:83, 8:25, 10:86, 11 it p. m. Saturday*—11:» a. m.j 12:82, 12*5, 1:88, 4:06, 4:Sft 4:50, 10:1<L II ® j>. m. AND LEGAL HOLIDAYS, it LEAVB NEW YORK-4:38 8:00, 9:06, 9:80. 10:20, 31:00 a. m.; 12:00 noon: 1:00, 200. 8:00, 4:00, 6:00, 6:00. 6:4». 7:20, S:otf 1:40. 9:20. 10:00, 11 00 p..m.; 12:00 night; and holiday* only 12:80 a. a>. T^%%gU?0°^T8LEA^TH^ 8:81 6:®, 0:58 p. m.. and »:« a. m., holi days only. _ . „ GEORGa J. BROWW. \ —— Oeaorfti Iraffle iMe/n. ifyub. to \/ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. House for Sale—Great bargain, all improvements, southern part of city. Inquire Dinesen, corner Lewig and South First streets. 14057-8-18-2t For Sale—Situated in Sewaren, on East avenue, one hundred feet south of Woodbridge avenue, a com fortable home, nine (9) rooms and bath, with plot of ground one hun dred feet by two hundred feet. Price $3,500. Address P. O. Box 377, Woodbridge, N. J., or George Mos- , chel, Sewaren, N. J. I 13960-8-15-6t | $25 Buys a lot on Smith St., the bal- j ance in monthly installments to ; suit purchaser. John Hanson, 146 j Smith St. 13668 8-2 tf |* _HELP_W ANTED—FEMALE. Wanted — Experienced laundress. ' Packer House. 13979 8-16-tf HELP WANTED—MALE. Wanted—Men to call from house to house and solicit shoe repairing in Perth Amboy. Commission or sal ary. Industrious worker can make ■ ten to fifteen dollars per week. Must have references. Address U. S. Shoe Repairing Co., 122 East Front St., Plainfield, N. J. 14070-8-18-lt Wanted—-Experienced grocery man. Apply Abram Sher, Amboy road, Tottenvllle, N. Y. 14055-8-18-tt Wanted—A strong^ capable driver for heavy work; wages eleven dol lars per week. Gregory, foot of Brighton avenue, city. 14038-8-18-11 MISCELLANEOUS. RAG CARPET WEAVING Furnish the Hogs and we will make you a nice carpet for little money. Drop a postal and we will call. Mian . A. Von Ronne, R. F. D. No. 1, Me- j tuchen, N. J. 10545-4-7-o-e-w-Th-lyr Will exchange your old stove for a new one. Miller's Reliable Furn iture Store, 845 State St. 13684 7-29 1m Always remember Central Lutjch Room and Restaurant, open day and night. Furnished rooms, table board, regular dinner 30c. 219 Smith St. 13814 8-8 lmo Headquarters for Edi •* i and Victor machines and recorus; the only place you can get a complete selec tlo not popular as well as operatlo records. Machines sold on easy terms. Zellman's Music House, 159 gmlth street. 9979-3-19-tf TO IiKT. Barn For Rent—150 Gordon street. , Inquire Donnell's lumber yard, 228 Jefferson street. 13558 7-28 tf HOUSESToTetT^ _ House for Rent—Steam heat and all Improvements, rent $20, 103 Henry street, South Amboy, Inquire j on premises. 13946-8-13-tf I STORES TO LET. To liet—Two stores, 25x100, 178 , Smith street Apply Peter | Floersch. 9080-8-15-3 tw-tf-Tu -Th-Sa. ROOMS WANTED. Wanted—Now, or at end of month, three or four nice rooms. Inquire , News office. 14078-8-18-lt | STORAGE WAKEHOUSB. Storage Warehouse—Best facilities, elean, airy, locked rooms for furniture and pianos, tP.OO up. Albert Leon, 184 Smith street. 578-3-1-tf Some or tne "news" or your imme dtate neighborhood may be found In the want ads. today. FOR SALE. l*'or Safe—Pigeons, paired and sin' gle, fine condition. 154 Rectoi street. 14028-8-17-2t For Sale—Kitchen range with shelves; gas range and 4x5 came •a. Inquire 384 Barclay street. _ 14039-8-18-2t For Sale—New Ben-Hur range, bed room suite, dining-room chairs. Enquire 275 Market street. 14041-8-18-lt ?or Sale—A horse, guaranteed sound and gentle; also a covered delivery vagon and harness in first-class con lition. M. Shumsky, 312 State St. 139 96-8-17-4t furniture lor Sale—Almost new, chance for young couple. Apply, Steward, Johannsen's bungalow, Jayway, Tottenville. 13975-8-16-3t ?'or Sale—Good mule about seven years old. Aberdeen Stables, ftlat iwan, N. J. 13 917-8-12-7t Dawn Vases—Decorate your lawn by getting a lawn vase from tha Perth Amboy Cement Stone Co., Say re Ave. Tel. 442 or 109L. 13031 7-5 tf For Sale—Gas engine, 10 horsepower er, A1 condition. Will sell at a jargain. Apply Evening News. ' 1-3-tt For Sale—Mahogany square piano, ■ good tone, $10. First-class organ! In good condition, $15. Zellman Music House. 9204-2-21-tf' BITUATION WANTS—FEMALE Young Girl wishes work at general, housework. Inquire 382 Stanford street. 8-16-3t Young Girl, aged 15, would like posi tion at light housework. Inquiry 448 Amboy avenue. 8-17-3t 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 Beour lng Situations for Destitute Mothers with ijo'anta," 10 Academy St., Newark, N. J. 18763-10-28-tf SITUATION WANTS—MALE. Automobile Meoft&nTc, experienced," all round man, excellent ^fer ences, wishes position. Inquire Wer nick, 174 State street. 8-16-3t Young Mfui desires position in office," first-class penman. Address X, care News. 13998-8-17-4t Wanted—Position by young man ex perienced in grocery and musio stores. Address W. F. C., cara News. 18997-8-17-4t WANTED. Wanted—To take small contracts^? carpenter work or would build some small houses. Call in green house, 656 Amboy avenue, John Chrlstensen. 13982-8-16-6t MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE, 5 AND a PER CENT. PIEKCE & SON, 03 SMITH STREET! _ 13097-7-7-tx Money to Loan on bond and mort gage. Fraser Bros., 96 Smith St. ^ 6020-10-ie-tt LOSTl j Pound—A pocket book. Owner can have same by identifying property and paying for this advertisement. 109 Rector street. 14068-8-18-lt PUBLIC SERVICE TIME-TARLB. Car* Leave Stated Island Parry. For New Brunswick—l:l« a. m. and every SO minute* until 1:40 p. m., also at >.40. 10:40 and 11:40 P m_ (Saturdays only at 11:10.) For J-eaibey-4:* a. m. and every II minutes until l:« p. m. Tl>en every M minute* until 11:40. • For Rah^ay—6:S0 a. m. and every It minutes until 11:10 p. m. For Boynton Beach-a. m. and .varv U minntu until U:SO n m STEADY JOBS AT GOOD PAY Public Service Railway offer* steady work and good wages to reliable men as motormen and conductors. Men employed now will receive 21 cents an hour the first year; 23 cents an hour the second year, and.after that 25 cents an hour. No enforced idleness for dull times. Make Application at Any of the Following Places: Fourth Street Yard, Plainfietd, Fridays, 9 to 10 A. M. Westfield Junction, Fridays, 10.30 to 11 A. M. 392 George St., New Brunswick, Saturdays, 1 to 2 P.M.