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SCHOOL DAYS NEVER END
Thousand* of people are yearly learning to know the
fiifferenco toetwecr. honest goods and the» other kind. Long
am In life's achool many learned the true economical value \£S
ο I Hub-Mark Rubbers and they have never forgotten th· itr* ° ^ /
lesson. That's why the business man, the professional man.-ipftji fca Vi
the policeman, the motorman and the postman eayVjfcJ*
"Hub-Mark" to the storcman "when they buy rubbers.
Mothers with a true sense of economy anil a
•enao of health protection Insist on Hub-Mark
njbbera for their boys nul girls. Tl'ey cost no morei
than other standard, lir^t quality rubbers.
* Hub-Mark rubber footwear fa mnie by a
factory which is the largest and best equipped in the
world, and one which has been satisfying the public
Coot wants for sixty years.
Order by name. Ray "ITub Mark." It'· a Wise
foot Soto to your shopping list.
These rubbers are manufactured by the Boston Rub
ber Shoe Company, Maiden, Mass.
THE HUB-MARK IS YOUR VALUE-MARK
FOR SALE BY
I. O. Moore A Co., D. Dobhs, Isenborp: Bros., «T. Jaffe, I*. Siskind,
I, Wedeen. Π. Goldstein, Jamesburg.
Acquire n new and pleasant "interest in lite" fiy becoming
a reader ci the real estate advprtlsements.—Se« Page 8,
Photo of Financier Taken as He
Pleads In United States Court.
φ 1914. by American Press Association.
There's mercy in every place.
And mercy, encouraging thought.
Gives every affliction a grace
And reconcile» man to his lot.
SuOBcrlbe for tbe NEWS.
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CLAUSEN & JOHNSON
S. JACOBSEN & CO.
SEE LUDWIG FIRST
l ET US START YOU HOUSEKEEPING. This wonderful sale will save you
fully one half. We have assembled thousands of marvelous money-saving bargains in dur
able, well made furniture and housefurnishings. If you intend starting housekeeping in the
near future, you surely should buy now. Whether you intend starting with a single room
or a whole house, and whether you wish to buy for cash or on credit, you will find, as have
our millions of satisfied customers, that OUR TRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
You may include in your outfit at sale prices durable, well made Furniture, Rugs, Linoleums, Draperies, Comfortables, Dinner Sets, Lamps,
Pictures, Réfrigérât >rs, Sewing Machines, etc., without any extra charges of any kind
i. Complete Outfit
Terms 2.50 Mpnthly
Terms 4.00 Monthly
Terms 6.00 Monthly
Terms 8.00 Monthly
Terms $ 10. Monthly
A Clean-Up of Ranges and
Healers at Big Pr<ce Culs
' This beautiful large and roomy Walnut Dress
er has very large size trench beveled mirror
must be seen to be appreciated, C
at special price of \Γ . / Ο
CastVange. Large'sized family range, made
with roomy 15-inch oven. Has large top fir
ted with five 8-inch holes and duplex fire
grates. Sanitary steel base, side hearth and
is elaborately nickel trimmed. A most ex
ceptional value for this special (£■//? *7 CZ
sale, high shelf -* "· / Ο
Six solid oak Dining Chairs, strongly constructed;
upholstered in leather, a great value for 6 chairs;
you must act quickly at this price,
' This beautiful china closet quarter
oak a real value you Φ 1 Ο QQ
t can't duplicate at φΐ£·\7θ
The Doubling Sliding, two in one
frame style. Both have heavy single
iron frames with a National fabric
spring, well supported by curl springs
at each end. Can be used as one
double bed or two single beds
$6 Iron Couch Bed
Complete With Mattresses
12-inch fire pot regent hot blast heater. A
limited number only to be closed out at this
extremely low price. Burns wood, coal or
rubbish and with proper attention will hoy
fire over night. Splendidly constructed and
elaborately nickel trimmed (J/j nn
special price only φΌ»Ζ/£$
STORES TO LET
ΓΟ LET—Big store, 203 Smith
street. Inquire 4X9 High street.
OFFICE TO LET—Between Smith
and Jefferson streets. Inquire 321
State street. 10968-ll-6-4t
BRICK BUILDING, 25x60, suitable
for carpenter, paint or light man
ufactury. Rent reasonable. 44 Com
iriprfe street. 10989-1 l-6-2t
FOUR LARGE rooms on Park Ave;
partly improved; rent $12. Niel
sen & Hostrup. real estate and insur
ance, 130 Smith St., Spitzer Bldg.,
Perth Amboy, N. J. 10940-ll-6-2t
ROOMS TO LET
TO LET—Four rooms for couple,
384 Barclay street.
FOUR ROOMS, gas and toilet, at 689
Elizabeth street. Inquire 652
Cortlandt street. 10994-ll-6-2t
FOR RENT—Four rooms, $10. In
quire 96 First street.
AT 358 MECHANIC St., four or eight
rooms; modern improvements. In
quire 100 Fayette St.
TO LET—Three and five nice rooms.
Inquire 402 High street.
TO LET—Six rooms, part Improve
ments, $14, 80 South First street.
Inquire S. Levlnston, 308 State
FIVE ROOMS and bath, $13. In
quire Herman Frederick, 496 Am
boy Ave. 10423-10-21-tf
TO LET-—Five rooms, with all im
provements. Inquire S. Mandel,
202 New Brunswick Ave.,' grocery
FOR REN'f-~Four rooms with im
provements, on Madison avenue,
near Lewis St. Inquire Herman El
lis, South Second St. 8131-8-13-tf
SWEDISH MASSEUSE gives treat
ment to ladies only at their own
residence. Postoffice Box 63, Perth
Ambov, N. J. Tel. 99-W.
MANICURING, shampooing, facial
massage and scalp treatment. Mrs.
Leslie Wicks, 253 Water street. Tel.
MONEY TO LOAN.
*1,200 OR $1,500 TO LOAN on first
mortgage 5 per cent.; no brokers.
Address C., care News.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received
by the Board of Chosen Freeholders
of the County of Middlesex at their
room In the County Record Building
at New Brunswick on Monday, No
vember 23rd, 1914, at 2:30 o'clock
p. m.. for the furnishing and placing
3 70 piles in the trestle of the Amboy
Bridge over the Rarltan River, ac
cording to plans and specifications on
file at the office of Alvin B. Fox,
County Engineer, Perth Amboy, N. J.
A deposit of Ten Dollars will be re
quired for copies of specifications,
which will be refunded upon the re
turn of same In good condition.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check in the amount of
One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00)
without any conditional endorsement,
which check shall be forfeited should
the successful bidder fail to enter
into contract and bond within ten
days from the award of the bid.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids if in their opinion
It Is to the best interest of the County
so to do.
A. J. GEBHARDT.
ASHER W. BTRSETT. Clerk.
- - AT - -
Best and largest
Broad and Academy Streets!
They Will Strv· Yeu Well
Hess Brothers, owners of build
ing corner McClellan and Smith Sts.,
announce that they intend to alter the
second story of their building and
will rent for lodge, mercantile or office
purposes. Will arrange quarters to
suit tenant. Anyone interested apply to
Boynion Brothers & Co
87 Smith Street
\\ ANTED—'SushelmSn.'" Apply 115
WANTED—Honest boys to cooper
ate "*'ftn,we,,,,age,etglrt to thirteen,
big commission; no cash required.
Drop postal. Clarence Murphy, Baylis
street, Bioomfiekl, N. J.
POSITION wanted by first class au
tomobile mechanic; has had 6
years' experience in repairing, can
give first class reference. Will take
driving or anything in the work line.
Apply to County Bridge Garage, 409
Market St. R.K.Myers. ll-5-3t
YOUNG ΛΙΑΝ wants .work Saturday
afternoons and evenings. Address
Y. M., 262 McClellan St. 11-5-31_
YOUNG MAN wauls carpenter work
to do. Julius Koos, 501 Smith
WANTED—To care for children or
adults by the hour while parents
are otherwtse engaged. Call or ad
iress 105 Rector street, M. Noble.
WOMAN would lilce situation at gen
eral housework. Inquire 296 Fay
atte St., 2nd floor. ll-5-3t
WOMAN would like to go out by the
day t<r a/>' washing"· and ironing.
Inquire Mrs. Koos, 601 Smith street.'
FURNISHED ROOMS 20 LET
ROOM for gentleman; all improve
ments, steam heat. Inquire Mar
ket and Maple streets.
t UHNISHED ROOMS for either two
gentlemen or married couple; cen
tral location. Address Room, care
News, .., ... . ,lQS79-l1-6-2t
ELEGANTLY furnished four-room1
flat, best neighborhood, High J
street, caruar . house, hot and cold j
water, bath, heated, $35. Ready ilrôt ι
3f month. Address Flat, care News.
LARGE FRONT r.o.om, all improve-1
ments, with or without board. 208
Market St. 10920-ll-5-6t
LARGE FRONT room to let; conven
iences. 238 Brighton Ave.
" " 10921-ll-5-3t
FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeep
ing; £team h.eat and improvements.
262 McClellan St. 10938-1 l-5-3t
NICELY FURNISHED room, all im
provements, for one or two gen
tlemen; corner Madison Ave. ani
Market St. ' 10943-11-5-31
ELEGANT single and double rooms,
all improvements, rates reason
able. McClellan House, 266 McClel
lan St., city. 10!MD-ll-5-lmo
BEAUTIFUL houseTieepfng apart
ment, gas range, piano, steam
heat; overlooking bay. 253 Water
street, corner Market street, near
City Hall. " " 10592-10-26-10t
LAROE-OR SMALL fUTiiiehed room,
board If desired, all improvements.
267 McClellan St. Tel. 665-R.
FLATS TO LET
SIX ROOMS and bath, heat furnish
ed, 193 New Brunswick avenue.
...... , 10999-11-6-tf
FLAT TO LET—Five rooms, modern
Improvements. Inquire M. Shurn
sky. City Market or 243 First street.
EIGHT ROOMS with steam heat and
all improvements at 217 Brigjitou
avenue, $27. Inquire at 227 Brigh
ton avenue. 10995-1 l-6-2t
FIVE RÔÏÏM RAT,' 211 ~Madison
avenue, all Improvements. Inquire
213 Madison avenue, upstairs.
"" " 10900-1 l-6-6t
FIVE ROOM FLAT With improve
ments; rent $15. 44 Commerce!
street. 10988-ll-6-2t i
FLAT TO LET; 6 rooms and bath.
26 Smith St. 10924-11-5-tf
FOUR ROOM FLAT, improvements?
Inquire J. Margarettan, 384 Park
Ave. 10953-ll-5-5t J
FLAT TO LET—Five rooms and
bath, 663 Cordell street. .
FLAT TO LET—New house, 5
rooms a«d bath, gas and electric
light, 195 Sherman St.
' ' ' 10864-1 l-2-6t
TO LET—Elegant flat. 62 State St.]
7 largB. rpoms, modern improve
TO LET—Five rooms, all improve
ments. Including steam heat, 126 ί
Lewis street. Inquire S. Levinston, !
308 State "street. " "l07 93-10-30-tf
l-'LAT TO LET—All improvements. 320
Oak St. Inquire H. Edelstein.
FOUR'ttOHT "ROOMS, upstairs. in
quire 159 Slate street after 6 ι
o'clock. ^ 10554-1 0-24-tf
FLAT TO I KT. with iuprovementi Γη" \
qniré ".TacWb Oo1dt>éfêèr." 4*2 State St ί
«βm 9 *il *t j
FLAT TO t.ET; Alt ιιηρπ
Inquire Ί& Tucker. 63'Briphtir Ave.
- - Λ-1ί>104 Λ-fl-tf
. *r,. <MU LOST
LOST—In Royal theatre, Wednesday J
evenlngj blue eijamele^ pin with
English coat of arms. Reward if re
turned tif'Miss Florence Eyerkuss,
83 Smith street, city.
WAN'TtTD—Three ôr~""ïotir rooms, !
locality. Address Β. M-. care News.
FOUND—An oyster skiff; inquire at
Vogel's Hotel. TotfëriVTlîè, Ν. Y.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
SMALL FARM, 11 neres, at For®".
Dear macadam road; bargain; oitiy
$1,600. N. Adolf Nielsen, 176 New
Brunswick Ave. 10918-11-5-lt _
LOT FOR SALE. Inquire 182 Brigh
ton Ave. 10937-11-5-tf
FOR SALE—Property corner
street and Stevens avenue, South
Amboy. Inquire of owner, A. i).
Chevalier, on premises.
AN IDEAL HOME, containing· eight
rooms, batn and ail modern im
provements; best location in the
city; attractive home or investment.
E. G., care Evening News.
FOR SALE—Eleven room house,
plot 79x225, business section, near
ihe bank and new postoffice on Main
street, Woodbridge. Address M. G.
Ashley, Woodbridge, N. J.
103 51-10-2 0-1 tno
HOUSES TO LET
HOUSE TO LET—Eight rooms and
bath, all improvements, on High
street, near Smith street. Inquire
279 High street. 10996-ll-6-2t
HOUSE TO~LET at 148 Washington
street. Inquire at 423 State street.
6 ROOM-HOUSE at Fords, with im
provements, rent reasonable. In
quire 123 Market St. 10923-ll-5-3t
TO LET—8 room houae and bath on
William etreet. Iiiquiro 181. Wash
ington St. 10602 10 26-tf
NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE, oath,
range, coal saver steamheat, elpc
tric light, cement cellar, on trolley
line, Sewaren, Holden street, open
for inspection, $25 per month. Good
neighborhood. Inquire at buhgalow
Chester Robbins. Tei. 539-Ivi, Perth
"DEN DANSKE PIONEER"
Salges at og kan bestilles hos Laurita
Christensen, 306 Barclay street.
FOR SALE—Double-barrel shotgun,
16 gauge, $7. Only used one sea
eon. A. Gelling, Fords, N. J.
BEAUTIFUL mahogany upright
piano used six months, worth
$300; price $125. Address Perchow
Bky, 682 State street.
FOR SALE—Few choice cockerels
and cocks for breeding purposes,
young and Monmouth strain single
comb white aud buff leghorns. H.
T. Binder, 281 Market street.
BIO SALE of fancy coats, all siites;
ladies and misses $20 coats re
duced to $10.49, and $10 coats re
duced to $4.49. Call I. Weiner, 207
Madison avenue. 10992-1 l-6-8t
FOR SALE—Elegant $360 uprijght
piano, new last J une, with promi
nent manufacturer's receipt. Or.çat
sacrifice to quick cash buyer. Address
Private Party, care Perth Amboy
UPRIGHT Kraukauer piano at your
own price for cash. Gem, care
News office. 10883-11-3-6
BRAND NEW typewriter, cost $50,
sell for $16, extra ribbon. 183
Smith St., up stairs.
STEAM HEATER for sale cheap,
best condition. Inquire S. Levin
ston, 308 State street.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Parlor stov^
as good as new. Inquire S. Levln
>ton, 308 State street.
BEAUTIFUL QUILTS, hand sewed^
made to order, $10 and up B.G M.,
407 State St. 10703-10-28-12t
WANTED—To buy, all kinds oi
tobacco tags, stamps, cigarette
coupons, United Cigar certificates
and soap wrappers; highest price#
paid. A. Paviovsky. 441 Amboy ave
nue. 10621-10-20-1 mo
MADAME TOTTEN, graduate teach
er, voice culture, piano lessons;
superior instruction from beginning
to finish. Pupils prepared for teach
ers. Amboy Studio at 75 Smith
Street (up stairs). Address Con
servatory, Tottetnville, or telephone
1097-M, Tottenville. 3337-3^23-lyi
blAlAtEiS 6 bl'l 11·..; Ν υ Τ BKEAU —
Is but one quality—the best; the
bes« bread made; suits the hard-to
please. 6c a lotti everywhere.
- 4-14-M& F
luu rt-ii liai rûuE -"un: oitn
nieu'e Butternut Urend. Health
ana etrenulb tn every slice. At all
stores. 5 cents. 1-11-MWFS
NELS CHRISTIANSEN, Expressman,
has moved from 19 S Fayette St. to
218 New Brunswick Ave., cor. Paris
IF YOU WANT good decorating and
paper hanging, best workmanship.
Chae. Beck. 119 First St. or 156
Smith St., city. 10942-11-5-tf W&F
EXPERIENCED Nurse. Mrs. Rull
maun. 198 Fayette St.
TAXICAB SERVICE day or night,
always ready; charges reasonable.
Phone 334-R Runyon Frake, 262
Market street. 10069-10-10-lmo
EXPERT TIRE and tube repairing;
eight years' experience. Billie's
Tire Shop, 145 New Brunswick Ave.
F. K. Martin's Garage. 8915-9-9-tI
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