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I Advertisements Accepted for Local Edition up to 2 p. m. Eee Page Pour for Ads, Received too Late for Classification PROPOSALS Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Water Commissioners of the City of Perth Amboy, N. J., on August 4th, 1916, at S.30 p. m., at the office of the Board, City Hall, Perth Amboy, ίί. J., for furnishing cast iron bell and spigot pipe, valves and specials, in ac eordance with the standard specifica tions of the American Water Works Association, as per following schedule: Size Pipe In. Wt. Ter Ft. Length To be delivered F. Ο. B. Perth Am boy, N. J. Reducers—one each· 20 to 18, 18 to 15, 16 to 12, 12 to 10, 10 to 8. Y'e: 4-8 on 20, 2-8 on 18, 4-8 on 16, 3-8 on 12, 1-8 on 10. Tees: 2-20 η 20. Bends 3-20 one-eighi bends, ives—Two each 20, 18, 16, 12. 20 18 M 12 10 8 6 150 129 108 73 57 43 33.3 1416 768 264 432 1800 936 Gate Valves: 14-8in., 1-12 in., 8-16 in., 3-20 in., all for suction, bell ends. The abovo materials to be deliver. 1 F. Ο. B. Runyon Station, Madison Township, N. J., with the exception of the 6 in. pipe, which is to be shipp.d to Perth Amboy, N. J. Separate bi<."s will be received fox valves. Bidders will st e in their proposal the price pc1' ton for pipe and price per pound for special castings; lso time of delivery. AU bids musi be accompanied by a certified check drawn to the order of th.; City Treasurer for $100. The Board reserves tLe right to re ject any or all bids. By order of the Board of Water Commissioners. PETER KROEGER, Clerk. 19726-7-26-28-30—8-2-4 Good Things Are Great. Everything great is not always good, but ail good things are great, said I>emostheD?i.. Lucy Stone Honored. The "Boston Bay" of American worn , en is the name given to the home of I Lucy Stone, 16 Hurlbut'street, Orange, where the famous "taxation without representation" protest was made In 18Λ7. Upon the house in which she lived wiH be placed a tablet Aug. 18 which will be so worded that if the house is torn down the tablet still will commemorate the spot. Aug. 13 has beA selected for a celebration and for unveiling the tablet because it is the ninety-seventh birth day of Lucy Stone, founder of the New Jersey Woman Suffrage Association in 1866. Orange will be the meeting place of suffrage leaders from the states of New Jersey. New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, the leaders of the thousands of American women strag gling for their political Independence. The celebration will be inaugurated with a banquet. Present as guests of honor will be Miss Alice Stone Black well, daughter of Lucy Stone, president of the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association; Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president of the National Suffrage As sociatlon; Mrs. Carrie Cha[-»ian Catt. president of the International Suf frage Alliance and chairman of the Empire State Campaign Committee; Mrs. Frank J. Roessing, president of the Pennsylvania Woman Suf frage Association; Mrs. Raymond Brown, president of the New York I Woman Suffrage Association, and,^ is hoped, Mrs. Antoinette BlackJ'" of Elizabeth, N. J., who was a «/well in-law, college mate and ciose^^ter of Ijicy Stone, and who isnoH^friend n^^LuyuMlil. eighty i^w^^ETF^^ickert, the president ol the New Jersey Woman Suffrage As sociatlon, will be the toastmlstress at the banquet, which will be held at the Casino ou E»gl« Rock au ti<λ even tnf of rte J2th. Miss Alice Stone Blackwell will be the speaker at the unveiling of the tablet Aug. 18 at 2 p. m. The house upon which the tablet will be placed is In the Italian district of Orange, and Its present occupant is Matthew Masl, a druggist. He is em phatically in favor of suffrage because bis national heroes, Garibaldi and Maz Einl, believed freedom good for women. Mr. Masl is very proud of the garden in front of his home, and his only fear in connection with the pilgrimage ceremony was that his flowers might be hurt. Dr. Mary G. Hussey, a suffra gist and fine gardener, immediately sent Mr. Masl a barrow load of healthy young planta. Rice. Rice will absorb throe times its meas ure of water and a larger quantity of milk or stock. LUCY STONE. NO FURTHER ASSEMBLY PROBE OF STRIKE IN ROOSEVELT According to Assemblyman Arthur A. Quinn there is little probability that the assembly commission will renew its investigation of the causes of the fatal Roosevelt strike before the next session of the legislature. This commission, which consisted of Republican Majority Leader William N. Runyon, Assemblymen Charles West, Charles Pilgrim, C. H. Wol verton and Arthur A. Quinn, heard the testimony of witnesses at Roose velt for four days. Assemblyman Quinn, however, is of the opinion that the probe has not as yet touched at the real bed-rock of the indus trial troubles in te fertilizer works. The most interesting point brought out in the entire probe, Assembly man Quinn maintains, was the state ment made by Assistant Superintend ent E. J. Waring, of the Liebig plant, to the effect that a material reduc tion had been made in the cost of chemical ingredients, but this had been accompanied by only a reduc tion in the wages of the laborers and not a reduction in the cost of the fertilizer to consumers. Her Identity. "Yonder girl's a daisy." "She isn't, for I know her, and she's a black eyed Susan."—Exchange. BARGAINS Two Family Houses Madison avenue $3,500 Watson avenue 3>S°° Prospect street, new 4>3°° Sherman street, new 4,7°° Market street, new 5ΐ7°° Private Dwelling* Kearny avenue $5,500 Brace avenue 1,900 Madison avenue 5,000 Woodruff place 5,000 Park avenue 3,800 Neville street 2,8oj Any of the above place bought with little be call or 'phone ash. Write, REAL ESTATE v -133 Smith . ■" PHONE Ί3Ι'» . Atlantic City Sunday, Aug. 8 Also every other Sunday until September 5, incl. ^ 50 Leave Perth 4* ^· Amboy 8.25 a.m.] NOTICE ΟΙ INTENTION To l'ave Convery Place. Public notice is hereby given pur suant to a resolution adopted by the Council of the City of Perth Am boy at a regular meeting held on the second day of August, 1915, that it is the intention of the said Council to adopt an ordinance to cause Con very Place, from New Brunswick Avenue to Sayre Avenue and from the southerly abutment of the Con very Place Bridge to Smith Street to be paved with two-inch asphalt blocks, and from Sayre Avenue to the northerly abutment of the Convery Place Bridge with granite blocks, with the appurtenances; and that said ordinance will be introduced at a meeting of the said Council to be held on the eighteenth day of Au gust, A. D., 1915. Dated Perth Amboy, N. J., August 3, 1915. WILBUR LA ROE, City Clerk. 20002-8-4-11-18 NOTICE OF INTENTION To Pave Gordon Street. Public notice is hereby given pur suant to a resolution adopted by the Council of the City of Perth Amboy at a regular meeting held on the sec ond day of August, 1915, that it is the intention of the said Council to adopt an ordinance to cause Gordon Street from Rector Street to Water Street and from Front Street to the Staten Island Sound to be paved with two inch asphalt blocks, and from Water Street to Front Street with granite blocks, with the appurte nances; and that said ordinance will be introduced at a meeting of the said Council to be held on the eighteenth day of August, A. D., 1915. Dated Perth Amboy, N. J., August 3, 1915. WILBUR LA ROE, City Clerk. 20001-é-4-ll-18 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Six room house on Maple St., $4000, all improvements, to quick buyer; between Smith and Market Sts. THORN, 103 Gordon St. AT POUT HEADING; S room house; all improvements; for two families; also six lots; price $3700; payments to suit purchaser. Thorn. 19939—8-£-6t FIVE ROOM HOUSE; part improve ments; lot 25x100; $1200; $800 mort-J gage. Thorn. 19938—8-2-6t NEW FIVE ROOM house; improve ments; $2000; small payment down. Thorn. 19937—8-2-6t NINE ROOM HOUSE on Market St., with improvements; $2150; $300 down to quick buyer. Thorn. 19941—8-2-6t SEVEN ROOM HOUSE on Gordon St., | price $3850. Thorn. 19942—8-2-6t NEW BRICK HOUSE at Fords, N. J., I $1700. Thorn. 19943—8-2-6t FOR SALE—Seven room house, with bath and all improvements, on State St. near Lewis; price $5650; lot 75x100. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St. 20026—8-4-2t TRACT OF LAND for sale, containing | 6 acres; located near trolley line be tween Perth Amboy and Metuchen. Price only $2000. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St. 20027—8-4-2t LOTS FOR SALE adjoining Perth Am boy City Line; price only $50 each. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St. 20029—8-4-2t FOR SALE—New six room house with hath and all improvements. Price $2600. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St 20030—8-4-2t À NEW TWO FAMILY house contain ing ten rooms, 2 baths; price only ! $3800. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith j St. 20025—8-4-2t TWO FAMILY HOUSE 011 Brighton Ave.; 11 rooms, 2 baths, 2 heaters; price only $4800. Hans Nielsen Co., | 196 Smith St. 20024—8-4-2t FOR SALE—Brick store and dwelling 011 New Brunswick Ave.; low price. Hans Nielsen, ljL0_ X'vVO STORY STORE and dwelling on New Brunswick Ave.; price only $3300; easy terms. Hans Nielsen Co., y 196 Smith St. 20022—8-4-2t FOR SALE—Two family house Gordon St.; price $3700'; easy te^na"_ ilaus Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St, 20016-^-21 LIST YOUR PROPERTlE^^T-^ie with us. We have reai'j^cash buy ers. Hans Nielsen Co., UJg gmith St. 0031—8-4-2t I1 OR SALE House ^Ç^taining nine rooms, reception Aalli pantry and bath; hardwood Located in one of the highest aufj prettient spots on the outskirts oygouth Alljboy; three minutes walk troliey with five cent ίη™ Ainboy. Corner plot 100x_00. idea, home for anyone who aPPr^Tiateg beautiful surround ing». Ha,. . ... bi - Complete description and photos mail ed on request. J. Alfred Johnson, 178 Broadway, South Amboy, N. J. 19401—7-16-lmo. A GRAND OPPORTUNITY for a small investment—10 room dwelling, all improvements, extra toilet and lava tory, largo conservatory, fireplaces, large attic, garage and other build ings; shrubbery, fruit; about one and one-half acres of land. Located on Green St., Woodbridge, N. J., in fine neighborhood, at a price that wou! 1 stagger you. Terms easy. Call and talk it over. Chas. L. Steuerwald, Inc., 203 Smith Street. 19682—7-24-28-30—8-4. FOR SALE—acre farm, 50 peach trees; growing crops; price $1000; easy terms. G. F. Melick, Metuchen, N. J. 19974—8-3-5t ROOMS TO LET FIVE ROOMS; all improvements. 180 Sheridan St. 19990—8-3-3t THREE OR FOUR ROOMS; First St. Inquire 332 State St. 19925—8-2-3t FOUR NICE ROOMS for small family. Rent $11.00. Inquire 380 iMew Bruns wick Ave. 19051—7-7-tf. DRESSMAKING HIGH class dressmaker. Reasona ble prices. Mrs. Nagy, 203 Market I street. 19029-7-6-1 mo. [ MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE $1,000 TO $6,000 to loan on first mort gage on good Perth Amboy.real es tate. Chas. L. Steuerwald, 20u Smith St. 19749-7-27-31—8-4-7 INSURANCE. CAN YOU AFFORD not to have pro tection against tornado and wind storms! Cheapest of all kinds of in surance. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St. 20021—8-4-2t Not Sur· of Herself. Ετβη members of the family had to look twice to be sure as to "who vu who" of the twins. But they didn't put different colored hair ribbons on them until the day when grandma, coming Into tbe living room, «aid to the small person looking out of th· window, "Is it Joele or Roeie?" And the twin replied, "I fink It's Josie." SITUATION WANTS—FEMALE WOMAN would like to have washing and ironing to do at her home. Mrs. Everson, 163 Brighton Ave. 8-4-3t WOMAN would like to go out by the day to do washing and ironing. In quire Mrs. Anna Hrubec, 644 Cortlandt St. 8-4-3t YOUNG American girl 15 years old, wants situation taking care children or light housework. Apply 106 Catalpa Ave. 8-4-3t SERVANT girl, Hungarian, wishes position. Inquire Mrs. Magyar, 225 Huntington street. 8-3-3t WOMAN would like to have washing and ironing to do at her home. Mrs. Agnes Turek, 452 Convery Place. 8-3-3t HELP WANTED—FEMALE CLliAN, BESPECTABLE girl for gen eral housework. Apply 117 Madison Ave.. 19973—8-3-2t WANTED—GIRLS IN PASTING DE PARTMENT AND PRESS ROOM; PERMANENT POSITION AND GOOD PAY. APPLY TILE WORKS, KEY ORT, N. J. 19972—8-3-3t WANTED—Maid to do plain cooking; no laundry work nor scrubbing; one who speaks English. Apply between 9 and 12 a. m, Dr. Hofer, Main St., Metuchen. 19984—8-3-2t 15 GIRLS wanted at 5, 10, and 25c store. 110 Smith street. Inquire 319 State street. 19960-8-2-3t GIRL WANTED for general house work; good home and good wages. Apply in grocei,·, 200 Madison Ave. 19947—8-2-3t EXPERIENCED GIRLS wanted on shirt waists; also learners paid while learning. Koch Waist Co., foot of Qordon St. 19952-—8-2-6t HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED—Good strong ^ around row boats^J^- Qr write .. ' ' 11 ' ^^ÉBÎ^Siermaii 's Retreat, υηΓ ilouth Amboy, N. J. 20012—8-4-2t -GCÀL REPRESENTATIVE wanted; To canvassing or soliciting reqnired; ffiod income assured. Address Nation il Co-Operative Realty Co., V-1464, ilanlen Building, Washington, D. C. 20020-8-4-7-11-14-18-21-25-28—9-1-4 8-11-15 18-22-25-29 iVANTED — Experienced salesman. Apply Public Service Gas Co., 166 îroadway, South Amboy. 19993-8-3-tf WANTED—Experienced butcher. 7321 Amboy Road, Tott'enville. 19860—7-29-tf. SITUATION WANTS—MALE YOUNG shoe salesman; four years ex perience, wishes position at the re taU t^ade; speaks Hungarian and Eng J«·· Λί. Eichler, 310 Oak Jit. 8-3-3t FLATS TO LET SIX ROOMS and bath, second floor, all improvements, 107 First street. 13509-2-3-W-S-tf FIVE BOOMS, all improvements. 560 Jaques St. 19948—8-2-4t FIVE NICE ROOMS; all improve ments. Mrs. Nielsen, 462 Penn St., near Washington. _ __ 19691—7-24-M.W.S.-t.f. FLAT TO LET; five rooms anil bath; all modern improvements, steam heat. J. L. Bundesen, 157 Main St., South Amboy. 19913—7-31-6t 3EVËN ROOMS, bath; all improve ments; Bteam heat. 378 Park Ave. Inquire upstairs. 19805-7-30—8-2-4-6-9-11-13 FOR RENT-—Five rooms with all im provements. Inquire George Krugar, 182 Paterson St 19837—7-29-6t FIVE ROOMS and bath; modern im provements. M. Shumsky, City Mar ket. 19780—7-28-lmo. SEVEN ROOM FLAT'to let Inquire H. Wedeen, 271 Smith St. 19716—7-26-tf. FLAT TO LET; all improvemeu ; in quire Jacob Ooldberger, 432 State Street, corner Washington. 19217—7-10-tf. SIX ROOMS; all modern improve ments; steam heat. Inquire I. Sing er, 176 Smith St. 19214—7-10-lmo. FINE DESIRABLE ROOMS on Brigh ton Ave. City water and toilet on Baine floor. Inquire G. D. Kunyon, 173 High St. 6-26-tf. t LAT TO LET—All improvements. Inquire S. Tucker, 63 Brighton At. 19104-6-9-tf HOUSES TO LET EIGHT room house, modern im provements. 139 Lewis street. 19992-8-3-tf HOUSE SEVEN ROOMS, all improve ments; 228 Madison Ave. Inquire G. M. Van Dusen, 219 Hector St. 19979—8-3-3t FOR RENT—Five room house with bath. Herman Ellis, South Second St. and C. R. R. 19569—7-21-tf. FOR RENT—House 115 Brighton Ave. ti rooms and bath; improvements; $20 per month. Apply Robbing Lumber Yard or 110 High Street. 19102—7-8-tf. A 8LX HOOM HOUSE with partial Improvements. 423 New Bruoewick avenue. Enquire G. D. Runyon, 173 High street. 2-20-tf TO LET OFFICE to let 110 Smith street. Inquire 319 State street. B. Streiff. 19»5-8-2-3t TO LET—Stables for seven horses, at 364 Prospect St. Inquire Herman Ellis, So. 2nd St. and C. R. R. 18122—6-11-tf. FOR RENT—Store and basement at 193 Hall Ave. Inquire Herman Ellis, So. 2nd St. and 0. R. R. 18123—β-11-tf. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN on bond and mort gage. Hans Nielsen Co., 196 Smith St. 20028—8-4-2t STORES TO LET STORE ON SMITH ST. to let. Inquire H. Wedeen, 271 Smith St. ; 197gWZ-26U L FOR SALE r BELOW are mentioned somrç of the articles kept (or sale at the Perth Amboy PalnJ Stare (not a hardware store Comegys Bros., Props., 224 Smith St., Dana Building, fure Linseed Oil for sale; gallon^ 75c; half gallon, 45c; 1 qt., 25c; 1 pint, 15c; half pint, 10c. 224 Smith street. Paint ready for use, 40 colors; I gallon, $1.55; half gallon, 85c; 1 quart, 45c; 1 pint, 25c. "Paint that is paint." 224 Smith St. Enamel paint for bed steads, bath tubs, tables, chairs, etc. 20 beauti ful colors, 10c can and up. 224 Smith St. Floor, wood and furniture stains. Antique oak, mahogany, walnut, cherry, etc. 10c can and up. 224 Smith St. Varnish and varnish stains, 18 beautiful colors. For a few centa and a little time you matee the rusty furniture look like i<ew. 224 Smith street. Brushes. We hare all kinds of brushes from 5c and up. Remem ber the names and number, 22 4 Smith St . 20040-8-4-7-11-14 FOB SALE—Upright piano in perfect condition. Inquire 161 Water St. 20007—8-4-4t LEATHER DAVENPORT for sal« cheap. Inquire News office. 20034—8-4-lt PORD RUNABOUT, 1914; fulijTequip. ped ; reasonable. C. Blitzer, 396 Me chanic St. 20033—8-4-3t FOR SALE—Twenty-five foot cabin cruiser; fully equipped; twelve horse power engine; first class condition. In quire William Walters' Boat House. 19970—8-3-3t. FOR SALE—Pure strained honey. 195 Gordon St. 19761—7-27-29-31-—8 2-4-6-9-11-13-19 FOR SALE—Stereotype mata, one hundred for -~?.^-0.U£nt .'or lining bar%> pouitry houses, etc. ïvenTn g ' Ν èwi tt-4-tl HORSES AND WAGONS ÎnFEAÛLE dump wagon for sale: almost new; great bargam. P donoghan, South Amb°y;96_5.10.tf. TYPEWRITERS FOR SAXE. We have the following men-. rtioned typewriters for sale or for rent now. We are fast becoming headquarters for the sale of typewriters ia this part of New Jersey. We have sold over 360 type writers In and near Perth Amboy. We may sell you one. Comegys Bros., 224 Smith St., Pertll Amboy. Typewriter—Remington No. 6, $18, Not visible. Typewriter—Underwood No. 4, $29. Visible. Typewriter — Underwood No. 4| $32.50. Visible. IYpewrTtef —t $40. Visible. ^ Typewriter -—· Underwood $25. Visible. Typewriter—Oliver No. 2, $12. Vis< ible. Typewriter—Royal No. 1, $22.50, Visible. Typewriter — Royal No. 1, $2S, Visible. Typewriter—Noiseless No. 2, $18.50, Visible. Typewriter — Oliver No. 6, $34. Visible. Typewriter—L. C. Smith No. 2, $34. Visible. Typewriter — Oliver No. 5, $28.50. Visible. Typewriter—Smith-Premier No. 10, only $3 0. Visible. Typewriter — Oliver No. 8, $15. Visible. Typewriter—L. C. Smith No. 2, $35· Visible. These machines are all in good or« der. Guaranteed. Come and looK them over. Tell your friends. Of·· fices open evenings. Telephone 33 9-W. COMEGYS BROS., 20035-8-4-7· 11-14 224 Smith St. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET EXCEPTIONALLY neat, pretty house* keeping apartment; best loeationj conveniences. 105 Rector St. 20015—8-4-lt VV1TII ALL improvements and bathj table board and boarders by tin week. 170 New Brunswick Ave. 1998C—8-3-5t FINEST TWO BOOM 'lOusekeepîÎ]} apartments in city; all nvenience ) also single rooms. Inquire MeClella* House, 266 McClellan St. 19772—7-27-lmo. BEDROOM AND kitchenette; all inM provements. 76 Jefferson St. 19406—7-16-tf._ BEAUTIFUL"HOUSEKEEPING apart< ments overlooking bay. 253 Wate< Street. 19386—7-16-lmo. LARUK OR SMALL turnlshecf room] board II desUed, all Improvement* 267 McClellan St. Tel. 666-R. (153-3-V-tf WANTED WANTED—House or apartment; 7 ti 8 rooms; all improvements; gooq neighborhood; first of October or bei fore. Address House, care News. 19971—8-3-2(1 WANTED—Furnished room in privât^ family. Address C. H., News office,' 19969—8-3-2t PARTY WITH considerable cash woul^j interest himself in auy speculative proposition. If interested, advise, A! B. C., care News. 19904—7-31-tf. MOTHER'S OATS coupons. HumiUurJ bonds, cigarette and tobacco colli pong, mlli labels, United C'gur cer« tincateo, soap wrappers, stamp», highest prices paid. A. Pavlovsky, 441 Amboy aveaue. 11811-12-1-ti LOST BEWARD for any information leading to the return of motor boat Liz whicS broke away from her mooringe a^ Martin's Dock, August 2nd. Address John Ο'Conner Lindenau, New Bruns* wick, N. J. 19975—8-3-3t MISCELLANEOUS 100 PER CËNT.~PURE—What? Slm'< men's Luxury Bread. Health an<J strength In every slice. At all storey lfl caatl,' Λ C Per Week for 2 Persons ROOM & MEALS AT BRIGHTON BEACH, Ν. Y, 0"*t5i&w MOTEL SHELBURNE AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN 200 rooms ; 75 private bath» ; running hot and cold water in room»; «very conrenienc·; surf bathing. $7 SPECIAL TERMS TO FAMILIES Week-End Rate ROOM and MEALS WRITE FOR PAMPHLET Saturday Dinner to Momday After Bre*kfaet SPECIAL SHORE DINNER noon to ten p. m. $2 NED WAYBURN S iiOn1Qeh Μβ" Twice niKhtly- ?;3° and 11 00 S aside Diversion ΟμίύΟΐΙ lilt; NO ADMISSION CHARGED / much mm iGLEMONOKQi ΜΙ ÎÎu'iIFlVÏ I il sereg». ^zife^CHIlDREN HALF FARE' Lehiéhvailey Railroad. Spend SUNDAY, AUGUST 8th In the Mountains Mauch Chunk Switchback Special Train Leaves Perth Amboy 9.10 A. W. Call at city ticket office 192 Smith Street, or at station for further information and tickets. FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR ANNOUNCEMENT The following prices f. o. b. Detroit, effective Aug. 2, 1915: ford Runabout ........ $390.00 ford Touring Car 440.0# Ford Town Car 640.00 No speedometer included in this year's equipment, otherwise cars fully equipped. There can be no assurance given against an advance in these prices at any time. We guarantee, however, that there will be no reduction in these prices prior to Aug. 1, 1916. Profit-Sharing with Retail Buyers On August 1, 1914 we made the announcement that if we could make and sell at retail 200,000 Ford cars between August 1, 1914 and Au gust 1, 1915 we would share profits with the retail purchasers, to the extent of from $40 to $60 on each car. We have sold over 300,000 Ford cars in the time specified, end profit-sharing checks of $50 each will be distributed as rapidly as possible after August 15, 1915. Re tail purchasers who have not yet ι lailed us their profit-sharing cou pons, properly endorsed, should do so without delay. Our plan to profit-share with retail purchasers of Ford cars during 1914-15 has been most successful. We thoroughly believe in it, but realizing the uncertainty of conditions generally makes it advisable to defer any announcement of future profit-sharing until a later date. PRANK VAN SYCKLE GARAGE CO. Largest and Best Equipped In New Jersey 151-159 New Brunswick Ave. Phones 591-592- Perth Amboy Reliable Men Wanted Public Service Railway can use a limited number of men to serve as conductors. Steady work. Good wages, sick benelits, pen sions and life insurance paid by the Company. Apply at Waiting Room, Watchung Avenue and Fourth Street, Plainfield, Fridays at 9 A. M., or at No. 127 Albany Street, New Brunswick, Fridays from 2:30 to 3:30 P. M.