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SUFFRAGISTS WILL
IEEIJOV. 10TH
Two Days' Convention in
Jersey City.
Jertiey City, July 29:—The next an
nual convention of the New Jersey
Woman Suffrage Association will be
held in Jersey City on November 10
' . and 11.
At the monthly executive · board
meeting: of the New Jersey Woman
Suffrage Association, held at the
Young: Women's Christian Association
building In Newark Friday, action
was taken upon an application from
the New Jersey Women's Political
union to be admitted to membership
in the older association. The board
voted unanimously to take the Wo
men's Political union branches into
its membership, their standing to bo
exactly the same as that of the two
hundred local branches of the New
Jersey Woman Suffrage Assocltalon.
At the close of the meeting a Joint
committee of women, representing
both organizations met and arranged
the details of the merger. The Wo
men's Political union will go out of
existence as α state organization, but
those of its local branches, wishing
U> use the name Women's Political
union for their own work will be at
liberty to do bo. In counties where
there are branches of both organlza
tions, county meetings will be held
and vthe county board will be reor
ganized so as to Include every local
Suffrage league. The Kssex county
branch will take over the present
Women's Political union state head
quarters at 79 Halsey street, Newark,
and continue them an the KsseH coun
ty suffrage headquarters. The out
going state board of the Women's
Political union will appoint twenty
one members to serve on the slate
board of the New Jersey Woman Suf
frage Association until the next an
nual convention, when the state board
will be reorganised.
"The amalgamation of the two New
Jersey suffrage organizations will un
questionably add greatly to the
strength of the movement," said Mrs.
E. f. Feickert. president of the New
Jersey Woman Suffrage Association,
this morning. "Under the leadership
of Mrs. Abram Van Winkle and the
women associated with her, the Wo
men's Political union have been do
ing excellent work in Newark and
many other places and It will be a
pleasure to have them more closely
associated with us In state work."
SOUTH AMBOY
M em bern of the Past Councilors of
Middlesex County Jr. O. U. A. M.. are
planning: for their fifth annual outliiti
which will be held at Seller's Beach
on Wednesday, August 9.
• . liy-n.fiuMyal of Ht Mary's par
tsh^U1 § ron^, M to&WÏÏL
clenjf weather has caused Its po&t
ponj for several nights this week.
All of Λ.ιύ various attractions will bo
In "full swing" and much pleasure is
to be found lu attending. All of the
contests will be decided at 10 o'clock.
Mre. Charles Petersen and son are
vleltlng friends at Easton.
Jonathan Compton is quite 111 at his
home on Bordentown avenue.
Miss Anna Kwillnsky Is sojourning
with friends at Bean Hurst, L. I.
Rev. George W. Welsh, of Camden,
«pent Wednesday night and Thursday
In this city.
Miss Alice Van Zandt was a New
ark visitor yesterday.
Allen Compton was an out of town
visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Eugene Bright, of Church
street, was a Matawan visitor yester
day.
William H. Martin will leave town
today for a two weeks visit at Taats
vllle, Ν. Y.
All members of South Amhoy Eodge,
No. 1564, L. Ο. Ο. M., are requested
to attend a special meeting to be held
on August 7 as Important business will
be transacted at this time.
Granville Magee. of Old Bildge, has
been transferred to the local terminal
and shipping offiife of the P. R. R.
He was formerly yard master at Old
Bridge.
On Sunday, August 6. the new clec
trlc lighting system of the M. £3.
church will be put In operation.
Rev. J. E. Shaw will deliver an aJ
flress at the M. E. Harvest Home at
Tedrickstown on Thursday.
Mrs. Walter Compton was a Newark
visitor yetserday.
Mrs. Daniel Van Zandt was an out
»f town visitor yesterday.
Quern is Crowned.
Atlantic City, July 2»—As a curtain
raiser for the great marine pagennt
scheduled on the Inlet Waterways this
morning as a climax to Atlantic City's
1916 carnival, the resort turned.out
30,000 strong last night for the coro
nation oi Miss Claire Helene Roesch,
as "Quc|i," in City Parle, adpoining
the Boardwalk, between the Brighton
md Marlborough-Blenheim hotels.
HAV£NS TO SPEAK BEFORE
G. 0. P. CLUB OF KEYPORT
Special to lie EVENING NtWB.
Keyport, July 2ί:—On Monday
night the Keyport Republican Club
will hola a big get-together meeting
at the clubroom In Keyport and sev
eral well known politicians will be
present and «peak. W. Burtla Hav
ens, candidate for congressman from
the third congressional district, is ex
pected to be among those present,
Mr. Havens being a member of the
club. Accompanying Mr. Havens
will be the sheriff of Ocean county
and other politicians.
Several local members of the club
will kIho make addresses and the
meeting promises to be one of very
Interesting nature. Now that political
activities are begun in the borough, 11
is expected that other meetings will
be held in the near futurer
BLACKSMITHS OF
MONMOUTH UNITE
Matawan is Represented in the
New Organization,
ttpcctai to the BvitNtna trnwK.
Matawan, July 29—The blacksmiths
of Monmouth county have Joined, to
gether and formed an organisai ion by
the name of (lie Monmouth County
Blacksmith's Association. This organ
ization tn turn has also joined the Na
tional Horseshoers Asoclation and are
now doing business under the prices
charged by the horseshoers associa
tion. The raise in prices took elToct In
Matawan on July 17, and the (tlroct
cause of this raise lc the advance of
all material used by the hlacknmivhs ;
and horseshoers.
Although much complaint has been ι
heard about the borough from the !
farmers and others who own horses
and are effected by the raise the black I
smiths claim that the price will re-1
main the same as they cannot d·» tho i
work at the old price* and makfl any I
money, because of the high cost of
iron anr nail sand other materials
used in their line.
The Ust of prices now In vogue In
Monmouth county among the black
smiths and horseshoers are: For shoe
ing horses up to sixe five shoe, ΪΙ.Γ.0
a shot. For size five shoe, $2.00 per
shot- F οr size six and seven shoo
(2.26 per shoe. The prices formerly |
charged for these shoes were: For
sizes up to and including sine five
shoes, $1.25 per shot. For sise six and
seven shoes, $1.50 per shot. The price
for resetting or rcnalllng shoes was
fifteen cents, but sjnee the prosant
prices hace com^ In vogle the amount
charged for this w>rk is twenty-live
cents.
FRENEAU
vlek avenue, is «pending- a week with
her aunt, Mrs. Walter Quackenbush,
η Perth Amboy.
Thomas Fury, of Matawan. wae a
Freneau visitor Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Miner, of
Newark, were recent ν lui tors of Mr.
,nd MA. Arthur Robert».
William Lloyd, of Newark, is spend
ing several days with his parents, Mr.
md Mrs. W. Η. Lloyd.
John Wilson was an Asbury Paik
dsltor Friday.
Miss Mildred Warne, of Jersey Cltv,
Is spending the summer with her aunt,
Mrs. Charles H. Zieglar, Jr.
Mrs. Anna Cosgrove, of Browntown,
spent Thursday with Mrs. S. I'rlce.
Mrs. Albert Boyce was an out of
town visitor Friday.
Mrs. Crahani was a Matawan vial
tor Friday.
Mr. Dagnall, of Atlantic Highlands,
spent Thursday afternoon with Mr.
mid Mrs. Charles 7.1 ok 1ftr. Jr.
Mrs. A. Pearsalf. of Matawan, was
ι Freneau visitor Friday.
l)r. (lamo, of Newark, was α I're j
lean visitor Friday.
Mrs. Richard Thompson and daugh
ter, Bessie, were Matawan vUltors
Thursday. 1
METUCHEN
William Breen, of town, visited
friends at Menlo Park lost night.
Walter Tausig, David Powers and
Louis Block, of town motored to
South Beach yesterday.
James Lawless and family motored
to Perth Amboy yesterday afternoon.
Five members of Knglne Company
No. 4 of New Bruhswick, made a tour
of Inspection of the local fire appara
tus in town last night.
The Metuchen Β. B. C. will meet
the Globe A. C. this afternoon the lo
:al grounds. Game will start at 3.Î0.
Joseph Breen, Jr., Joseph Waldron. .
James Breen, Anna Hansen, Laura
Krough and Mabel Hummer enjoyed a
lellglitful motor boat ride to Old
Point. Comfort Wednesday In Joseph
Brceti's new motor boat "Comfort."
Frank Price has accepted a position
it the Albany hotel. .
Miss Lies, of Main street, spent
,-esterUay afternoon with friends at
L'erth Amboy.
Harold Fisher was a New Bruns
viek visitor last night.
Kllery Rollick, of Main street, was
ι New Brunswick visitor yesterday
norning.
Mr. Hollander, of Amboy avenue, is
he owner of a new Ford car. '
Fritx Η ο Hansen was a Fords visitor
net night. J
Thomas Power*, of Main street. :,a» 1
eturned home after spending a three
reeks vacation at Greenville, N. J.
Kdward Powers, of Main street, is
njoylng his annual vacation.
Foster Hahn. of Main street, spent
ist night with friends at Colonia, N. c
1
George T>aniparter, of William
treet, visited friends at Stelton last 1
lght.
Philip Iireps spent last night with s
rlends at New Durham. <j
Alex Boris, of town has accepted a
osltion with Nixon Nitration Work», j
Charles Hartman wag a business
isitor to New Brunswick yesterday. t
Mrs. Allen Volk has been entertain- λ
ig her father from Mt. Vernon, N. Y„
t her home in Carson avenue. {
Mrs. Benson Crocroft, of Railway, ν
as been spending a week with Mr*. S
- V. N. Conover.
Mrs. J. N. Hoagland 1» visiting her ο
Istors at Perth Amboy for a few day·. I!
Mrs. V. G. Munger and daughter
nd mother, of Rarltàn Manor, visited t
slntlves In this borough this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Glaguop, of Or- t
nge. and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Herr|ig- *
m and daughter Fay are enjoying an s
utomobite trip through northern New
ersey and Pennsylvania. 1
Mrs. Willard Fennon has returned \
r> her 'join« on Henry street after νl»
.ing out of town. r
#ir«. Ralph B. Annls ie entertaining
, guest from out of town. C
HONORED AS SHE
StlLSMiA
Mrs. Brophy Given Receptions
in Key port.
β perla I Ιο me EVENING Ν Β WO.
Keyport, July 29:—-On Thursday
night at 9 o'clock Mrs. Andrew J.
Brophy sailed for her home In Colon,
Panama, after having spent three
months in Keyport and New York,
where she was the guest of relatives
and friends. Mrs. Brophy, who is a
sister of Mrs. A. A. Philo. of Broad
street, and daughter of Mrs. Mary
Hepp, of Keyport and New York, has
been the guest of honor at a series of
receptions held during her visit.
On Thursday evening a large dele
gation of friends and relatives were
at the pier to bid her von voyage, she
sailing on the steamship Chrlstob&l.
Among those were her mother, Mrs.
Mary Hepp, of Keyport; her aunt,
Mrs. A. Knower, of New York; Misses
Sadie and Mattie Knower, of New
York, cousins; William J. Hepp, of
Coney Island, her brother, and Mrs.
A. A. Philo, of Keyport, her sister.
Mrs. Brophy was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts from her many
friends and relatives, among which
were a handsome purse from her
brother and a copper chafing dish
front her sister, Mrs, Philo. Her
stateroom was banked with flowers.
The trip to Colon requires seven days
and seven nights.
JAMESBURG
A large crowd attended the concert
given In Triangle Park oil Thursday
ii iff lit by the Jamesburg Concert band
and were entertained by a fine pro
gram of selections. This concert was
postponed from Friday of last week
Tlie Foresters of America are ar
ranging to go to Newark on August
IS, and take part In the big demon
stration being planned by the heads
of the order In the state. George Π.
Tomson will give any member the do
sired information In regard to trans
portation if consulted bofore August
11th, as he is in charge of that por
tion of the local arrangements. An
important meeting of the Foresters of
America was held Thursday night. A
new recording secretary was chosen to
succeed John Waddy, resigned, in tlie
person of T. Hartley Wheeler. A con
test wuged In this election and Wheel
er was chosen. Hoy Petty was ele
vated to the post of sub-chief ranger
to succeed William Cook, and Joseph
H. Dey chosen to take the post va
cated by Mr. Petty. Walter Graham
was ejected grand lecturer to succeed
Hartley Wheeler." An Initiation team
will be chosen Jut the next meeting
•cheduled for August 8d.
Miss Klllie Snedeker will lead the
Epworth league meeting in the Meth
odist church Sunday ntght. Her topic
will bp: "It is Easter to be a Foreign
BW^^^M^^H^atchel found several
monthfr"S*o by Joseph Smith, of this
place, has been restored to the owner,
Dr. Edgar Caeroll. of Dayton, through
a chance. A mention of the finding
of the satchel was made In trese col
umns nt the time and a canvass made
of plv»ieians In town hy tho writer.
The Incident was forgotten nntll the
l«st week, when Dr. Carroll having
heard that the case could be found at
the home pf H. A. Edwards, came to
town nnd the circumstances related to
him after lie gave a description of the
lost case. A visit to the of Jo
seph Smith, at Tipper Jamesburg was
made by Dr. Carroll and the case
Identified and a reward paid tho finder
In working .about the auto he was
driving, the satchel was placed on the
top of the seat, a carrying case of the
machine and forgotten.
A good story is being told about
town of the novel method employed
by A parent who objected to the ar
dem wooing of his daughter by lier
male lover one night recently. An un
usually large gas bill riled the father
and at a certain time lie callcd to his
daughter that It was time to come
to bed and turn off the light. No at
tention was paid to tho warning and
the continued spooning so riled papa
that he went outside quietly and turn
ed off the gas supply from the house
entirely. This- so Inconsed the gentle
man friend that he took his depart
ure and It Is said that he has refused
ι ο be α party to the big gas bill that
he was responsible for any more.
MATAWAN
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Lewis wore
"Vrth Amboy visitors yesterday.
Miss Emma Applegate has returned
ο Bayonne after -spending several
lays in Matawan as the guest of Miss
.Tary Llsk.
Mr. Manchester was a Perth Amboy
■lsitor yesterday.
John I-ylo was an out of town visl
or yesterday.
I«. C. Starck and family, of Perth
Imboy, were Thursday night visitors
vlth Mr. and Mrs. t. T. Rue.
Mrs. Frank Beld was a Newark vis
tor Wednesday.
D. David, of Newark, was a Mala
yan visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Charles Boyce is visiting rela
[ves In Matawan.
Charles Spires, of I.awrence Ilar
or, was a visitor of his sister, Mrs.
ohn Crownshaw yesterday afternoon.
Miss Stella Eambertson was a re
ent visitor In Morganvllle.
Mrs. McGllvery, of Brooklyn, Is
pending several days vacation on the
>awe farm In Havlne Drive.
WOODBRIOGE
MIms Dorothy Valentine has roturn
d from a visit with friends nt Mt.
'abor.
Mrs. W. I .eon Harned Is spending a
iw weeks at Haine» Falls.
The Shuta Camp Fire Girls will
tart for camp at Manasquan on Tues
ay.
Mrs. C. J. Scott 1» reported as lra
rovliiB.
Miss Marian Breckenridge has re
jrned from a visit with Miss Carolyn
alentine at sbury Park.
Mrs, W. A. Osborne and Mies Rae
shorn have returned from a visit
lth pr. and Mrs. Harry Oaborn In
laryland.
Warren and Katherine Harned wero
perated upon for adenoids and tonsi
tis at the Rahway hospital this week.
Miss Anna Coddlngton was a Perth
mboy visitor yesterday.
There will be a special meeting of
îe Board of Education Monday nleht,
hen bids for coal for the township
=hools will be opened.
Mrs. Thomas Peterson as entertain,
lg Miss Anita Wclschedle, of Sayre
itle.
Peter Jensen has a new American
oadster.
Vincent Coover ts ill at hU home In
roan «treat.
ROOSEVELT BOYS
BREAK UP Ctf
Action Hastened by Severe
Rainstorm,
Special to the EVENING IT Κ WB.
Roosevelt, July H—The Roosevelt
Y. M. C. A. boys broke camp at Old
Ocawasin Thursday afternoon after
spending nearly two weeks enjoying
the "lJfe In the Open." While "Oca
wasin's season Is over for 1818, the
spirit of the happy days will live in
the minds of the boys and the good
times will be retold over and over
again this winter In boys department
of the Y. M. C. A.
The severe rain storm that flooded
Bases county destroying thousands of
dollars In crops and property made it
necessary to break camp one day
ahead of schedule and while the boys
were not anxious to go home they
wore too happy to allow the unavoida
ble to rob them of their Jolly spirits.
Much praise belongs to Mr. Van
derberg, the boys' secretary, for the
excellent and skillful way lie success
fully engineered ('amp Ocawasin.
Synonymous with Ocawasin goes Rig
Chief Vanderberg and "Boss" who
has endeared himself to the boys.
The following campers can rightly
be called the chartcr members of Oca
wasin: Harvey Young, Baser Honnell,
Lewis Mark, L/eroy Hen wood, John
Caldcrhcad, Stephen Rider, John Don
nelly, William Papke, Stephen Kl
Jula, Thomas Thompson, Hans Han
sen, Alex Donnelly, Alex Hoed, K. R.
Cayan, and Η. H. Vanderberg.
In addition to the regular campers
the following were visitors: Mrs. Cal
derhead, Mrs. Mark, Mrs. Henwood,
Mrs. Koed, Miss Woodman, Mrs. Hop
per, Mrs. Donnelly, Mrs. Koote, Mrs.
Honnell and Mrs. Wilson, Messrs. J.
G. Wilson, Donald Wilson, Calderliead,
Henwood, Acaster, Klmendorf, Hart
bell, Dr. Mark, Kramer, Mark, Koed,
Foote, Thompson, 1 -eliror, besides
many visitors from the surrounding
neighborhood of the camp.
Not only were the boys glad to soe
the visitors, but appreciated very
nmch the good things that they
brought for them to oat. The boys
and the leaders wish to lako this
means to express their thanks to all
those who so kindly assisted In mak
ing the camp a success.
SUNKEN STEAMER KEYPOBT
IS RAISED AT BATTERY
New York, July 29:—The steamer
Keyport, of the Keansburg Steamboat
Company, which Bank Saturday after
noon at her berth at Battery Park, ,
when struck by the steamllghter
Santos, was raised by huge steam der
ricks of the Merrltt & Chapman Der
rick & Wrecking Company late
Thursday afternoon.
The Keyport was taken to the flats
off Forty-fifth street, Brooklyn, where
at low tide she will bo pumped out
and temporary repairs of boarding
and canvas will be made, so that she
may be floated into dry dock at
Brooklyn. A tour of inspection will
then bo made by officials of the insur
ance company that cover the Keyport !
and representative* from Arbuckle 1
Brothers and the Keunsburg Steam
boat Company.
President William A. Gchlhaus, ofc
I the Keansburg Steamboat Company,
build a new tioat.
KEYPORT
Miss Bertha Dawson, of the Dawson
House, accompanied by her guests,
Miss Ethel Fairbanks, of St. Michaels,
Md., and Miss Annette Eldorkin, of
Baltimore, Md., spent Wednesday with
friends at New York.
The members and friends of St.
John's M. E. Sunday school motored
to Asbury Bark on Thursday, enjoy
ing: their annual picnic.
Mrs. Thomas C. Barker, who is
spending the summer in town, was
the guest of relatives at New York
this week.
Joseph Judson has accepted a po
sition in the Keyport Banking Com
pany.
Isaiah Clayton has been confined to
his home for several days this week
with illness.
Mrs. George Ivahler and daughter,
Miss Dorothy Kahler, of Warren street
visited at Asbury Park on Friday.
Miss Annie L. Tilton was the guest
of friends at New York today.
F. Palmer A rmstrong, cashier of
the Keyport Banking Company, has
been confined to his home on Atlantic
street this week with Illness.
Uev. and Mrs. Huntingson, of New
York, spent Thursday at St. Mary's
Home on First street. The couple will '
leave in a short time for the Philip- !
pines.
Mrs. Τ./aura Mount, of Matawan, was
the guest of friend^ In town on Fri- !
day.
Miss Florence Haver visited wit]» |
friends at Asbury Park on Friday. j
Paul Kirk, the local illustrator, is |
lettering the new G. Biondi factory at
Cliffwood. Mr. Kirk is an artist of
ability and his work graces the win
dows of many of our local stores.
Mrs. Mary Hepp is spending several
days with relatives at New York.
Mrs. A. A. Philo, of Broad atroet,
was the guest of friends at New York
on Thursday and Friday.
The new house being built for Post
master William E. Bo.dle at the cor
ner of Osborne and Elizabeth street*.
Is fast nearing completion. The mason
work is now being done. It is thought
that the postmaster and his family will
occupy the house September 1.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hill and family
have returned from a visit at Manas
qiuan.
Mrs. S. H. Cassldy has returned
Prom a two weeks visit with friends
And relatives at Baltimore.
OLD BRIDGE
W. T. Millman was a Perth Amboy
visitor Friday.
Miss Marion Osborne, of Morgan
ville, visited relatives in this place
rhursday.
Mrs. William Boyce was In Perth
\mboy Friday.
Joseph Hoffman was out of town on
business Friday morning;.
Hev. C. C. T/Uther·. of Somors Point,
•i. J„ has been given a call «ο become
pastor of the Old Bridge Baptist
•hurch. Mr. Luther· has accepted.
He is a very well known evangelist,
ind Is well thought of by his many
'riends.
M Ian Ada Hendrlckson and Miss
'lara Johnson spent Thursday In
>erth Amboy.
ι
SAYS THEY ΛΠΚ WHNDRRrVl 1
Hot weather is doubly dangerous to ]
l person whose digestion Is bad. The <
tot sun keeps the body heated and s
lueomposlng mass if undigested food In '
he stomach will more quickly send
llsease-causing impurities through the
>lood and poison the entire system. In
IIgestion, constipation, sick headache,
>tllousness, bloating, or other condi
:lors caused by clogged bowels ytsld
lulckly to Foley Cathartic Tablets.
Vtrs. Elisabeth Slauson. 80. Norwalk,
Jonn., writes: "I can honestly say they
ire wonderful." Sold everywhere.—

AUTO ΤΘΙΙΒ TO VIEW
FUIS IK COUNTY
3ig Event for Farmers Next
Tuesday.
Special t3 th» BVBNINQ KKWB.
Jamesburg, July 29:—An automo
bile tour under the auspice* of the
South Middlesex Agricultural Society
and the Middlesex County Agricultur
al Society will be held Tuesday of
next week, weather permitting, that
promisee to revive the Interest in
things agricultural that have been
dormant for several years.
This outing, originated by the
young society, the South Middlesex
Agricultural Society, has aroused the
elder body to a renewed activity and
the outing on Tuesday promises to be
the biggest thing that the farmers of
the county have seen In some time.
It will also be in the form of a
"family affair" as it has also been
styled and as the wives and sweet
hearts of the members are Invited to
attend a big demonstration will no
doubt face the starter's gun In front
of Farm Demonstrator Irving L.
Owen, S41 George street. New Bruns-,
wick, where the party will meet and
the line of parade formed.
The object of the tour is to bring
the members of the associations
closer together and at the same time
visit farms and orchards for a per
sonal Inspection of the grawlng crops
when demonstrations and talks will
be given on the proper care and har
vesting of the crops.
The first, stop will be at the fruit
farm of George Smith at South River.
All of the Khode Hall section will he
visited and the farms inspected. Tt
Is on the John VanAken farm at this
latter place where there Is under way
the first "community corn growing
contest" among the members of the
two societies. Quite a rivalry has al
ready arisen for first honors and this
field of corn will be inspected Jn this
early stage of the contest. Continu
ing to the State Home for Boys din
ner will be served. This lunch will
be In the form of a basket "love
feast," each visitor bringing a basket
filled with the best the home affords
and the members will be asked to
dine with the neighbor. After the
meal the party will be taken through
the farm buildings and the growing
crops on the eix hundred acre farm,
the herd of cattle inspected. This
herd has never been found to have
the least trace of tubercular trouble—
u rare record In this age of diseases
that affect cattle.
The last stop of the day's outing
will be at the Walker-Gordon dairy
at Plainsboro. Ample time will be
arranged to make a thorough Inspec
tion of tills dairy and see the up-to
date methods as employed by these
experts In milk production.
Howard .leffers, the manager of
the dairy, Is also president of the
South Middlesex Association and this
will be the first time that the mem
bers will ha\'e had of meeting him.
County Domonetrator Irving Clwen
will be at the hend of the procession
and many notables interested In agri
culture will be in line and this event
promises to create a big Impression
along the line of parade.
The committee having the tour in
charge follows: John Evans, New
Market.; David Perrine, New Bruns
wIcl^flBB^^^Marsliall, New Bruns
wlqj^^^^^HMM|j^^wHitrlck. John
HELMETTt
The Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany ha» a force of men at work here
enlarging the coal bin at the depot.
It was found to have been much too
small for the supply of coal needed.
A new Iron crossing signal has
boon put In place by the railroad
company at the Main Htreet crossing.
James Johnson was homo sick yes
terday suffering from a slight nttack
of ptomaine poisoning caused by eat
ing a box of sardines. He Is on duty
again.
P. J. Hogan will again take up his
residence here within two weeks,
having rented the dwelling now oc
cupied by Professor Joseph Rejeskl,
organist of the Holy Trinity church.
The Helmetta Braves are playing a
return engagement et Freehold. On
the visit of the Monmouth county
boys some weeks ago the locals won
by the score of 6 to 5.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll, of New
ark, have been guests at the home of
Mayor Albert Klcnslc, father of tho
latter, the past week.
Common council will meet Tuesday
of next week In regular monthly ses
sion at the clubhouse.
Take flront Precautions.
New Brunswick, July 29:—Ouards
are on duty patrolling the streets of
Parlln, near New Brunswick, to aeo
thut all children remain In their own
(ards. This precaution has boon taken
by the officials of Ν. I. du Pont de
Nemours A Co. as the result of an In
fant lie paralysis case. Recently the
seven-year-old daughter of William
Bee. the chief chemist at the plant,
who came from California, was taken
111. Tt was thought slio had the diseuse,
l>ut local and New York specialists
iiagnosed the case as not Infantile
paralysis. Pr. J. M. Hunt of Metuchen,
ι member of the State Health Board,
ilso was called and he advised as a
special precaution that the children of
the neighborhood be quarantined in
their own yards. Ouards arc now on
itreet duty and have also been posted
it the railroad station, restaurant and
■•ost office.
DUN ι GIVE UP
l)Uoour«KPd Cltlsen* Will Find Tom
fort In 1hr Kxperlenc© of a Perth
A m boy Man.
Expérience Is the modern instructor.
Profit by the experience of others.
It ma ysave your life.
The experience of friends and neigh
bor*.
The testimony of Perth Amboy peo
>le
Will bring renewed encouragement.
Here Is a case in point:
P. Pendergast, blacksmith, 407 East
Ive., Perth Amboy, say»: I had an
iwful sore back for a long time and
ook all kinds of medicine without any
■ellef. I was laid up for three or
our days at a time with it. I do
leavy work and this helped to make it
vorse, for I could feel pains across my
Sidneys. One day I wan complaining
ο a fellow workman, who told me of
)oan's Kidney Pills. I bought a box
,nd felt relief before Τ had taken half
-f it. I kept on using them until my
ack was In good ehape again. I al
ways keep this medicine on hand, as I
:now it ie fine for kidney complaint."
Price &0c, at all dealers. Don't
Imply auk for a kidney remedy—get
>oan*s Kidney Pills—the same that
Hr.g, Pendergast had. Foster-Milhurn
ίο., Props., Buffalo, ... Y.—Adv.
OLD TENNENT
HARVEST HOME
Wednesday, August 2, 1916.
If Stormy Next Evening. |
Women Know
that they cannot afford to be
ill. They must keep themselves
in the best of health at all
times. Most of all. the digest
ive system must be kept 14
good working order. Knowing
the importance of this, many
women have derived help from
Bcecfioms
Pitts
These safe, sure, vegetable pille
auickly right the condition»
îat cause headache, languor,
constipation and biliousnesa
They are free from habit-form
ing drugs. They do not ini
tate or weaken the bowels.
&
Women find that relieving the
small ills promptly, prevent» £r
the development of big ones.
They depend on Beecham'· «
Pills to tone, strengthen and s
Keep Them Well ,
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Wbmta. Ufaw Ιβ*,Μ* ,
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STATEN ISLAND
JUNIOR H1GHSGHQQL
10 BE ESTABLISHED
I . ■■ ' <
Tottenville School Starts With
Two Courses in Sept,
Tottonvllle, July 29 :—Before start
ing on hi* vacation up the state yes
terday morning; with his family,
Principal N. J. I*owe announced that
he had been officially notified that
the Board of Education at Its meet
ing Wednesday decided that a gener
al tuui commercial course would be
established at the opening of the
Junior high school In Tottonvllle In
September. . The Industrial course
could not be gotten ready for the fall
term. It was announced, but the
equipment will be ' Installed during
the fall and winter, It Is said, so that
instruction In that branch can begin
at the February term.
This will mean that the Tottenvllle
■chool will have three courses If a
sufficient number of pupils will at
tend from the various other schools
In the fifth ward. This is the only
school on the island where the junior
high school course, that will Include
the ten years of study, will be estab
lished. There are several to be es
tablished In Manhattan, Brooklyn and
the other boroughs of the city. Mr.
Lowe was delayed from taking his
vacation until this tlmo until the
Board of Education had decided upo.i
the new system.
POLICE HEBE ON RESERVE
FOR BRONX TROLLEY STRIKE
Special to the KVKN1NO NEW8.
Tottenvllle, July 29—Every police
man under Acting Captain John J.
Turley, of the Dijrli precinct station
here, is being held In reserve at (ho
itatlon house for the strike on the
ITnlon Railway Company lines In the
lironx. Police Commissioner Woods
Issued the order yesterday that went
Into effect at 4 o'clock in the after
noon. All men that were off duty were
called to the atatlon house ami It is
said If the trouble continues those
that are on vacation will also be call
Bd to duty. It Is feared that If tho
itrlk· is extended to tho other lines
In Manhattan, men from the pre
cinct» In the outlying district of (he
greater city will be called to do duty
in that borough.
In case the policemen would bo call
id away from all of the boroughs
sutslde of Manhattan and tho lironx,
the members of the Home Defense
League, that was organised for Just
such an emergency when the police
were called away would get their first
real (fistn of police duty that they
have been Instructed In for the pa-st
several montha.
RAILROAD GLUD PICNIC
WAS HUGE SUCCESS
Tottenvllle, July 29·.—The
uid curiiival of the Slat en Island R
.
was α iule UUUtVM). Several Itimdrod
people, friends of tho club from all
parla of the Island, were at tho affair.
\ feature of the outing was tho basc
ja!I frame between tho New York di
vision of the B. & O. and tho Philadel
phia. The latter team won out by α
icore of 8 to 6. Λ return game will
>e played at Philadelphia next Hului
lay. There were ulso α number of ath
ellc events held during the aftornoon.
rhomas French won tho 100 yard
laeb and received the $22 gold medal.
Ρ citer McDonald of I'leusant rialns,
ime In socond. He sprained his ankle
η the race. Jorry O'Brien, an engin
eer In the B. & O. yard, known as
'Big Jerry," won the flfty yard dash
for fat men. Dancing which was an
other attraction began at 2 o'clock
ind continued until α late hour.
WEDDED SIXTY-TWO YEARS,
Oldest Couple In Beverly Celebml*
Marriage Date.
Bererly, July 2U.—Mr. and Mm John
McCoy of Routh Beverly, the ο Id en I
coupla In the city, celebrated the elity
second anniversary of their marrlagr
quietly at their borne, tile Pine Grove
Although the children of the coupl<
had planned a big social affair for theli
parents, It was found that owing t<
their advanced years tills might firov.
too fatiguing, and they confined thi
celebration to their immediate family.
Mrs. McCoy la eighty-four, while hei
liuabaiid Is just one year hor senior
Both ore in good health. Mrs. McCo,\
is still able to look after her own home
while her husband enjoys his little gar
len, one of the finest in Burllngtoii
sounty.
Mr. McCoy came to this section from
louth Jersey nearly a hulf century agn
and started the first vineyard anil
nursery In Burlington county. Four
ions and one daughter and a number
it grandchildren compose the family.
MRS. A. LEWISOHN DEAD.
Wife of Banker Widely Known For
Charitable Deeds.
New York, July 20. — Mrs. Kmnia
t,ewlsolin, wlfo of Adol])h I^ewlnolin, ι
tanker nn<l copper man. died suddenly '
[rom heart disease ut lier summer j
imnc to Elberon, N. J.
Mrs. Lewlaohn, who was In her sixty
ι(wmid year, was wldel.v known for lier
•heritable IctMtlra, being especially
nterested In Jewish orphans. Kile was
lino well known as η collector of art
ibjecte.
Bhe win one of the patronesses at
he Jewish bazaar In the Ο rand Ten
ral palace last Mnrch. She was the
«other of two sons and two daughters. |
IDENTIFIES BOMB SUSPECT.
Woman Bays Ex-Convict Attaoked
Frisco Preparedness Marchers.
San Franelsco, Jul,, 29.—Miss Kstelle
(mlth haa Identified a mini described
>y the pollre as Warren K. Hillings,
in ex-convlct under arrest here, us the
nan who threw α bomb which killed
line and Injured forty members In the
ireparedness parade Inst Saturday.
Tho explosives were known to have
>een placed lu a ault '-sue. and Miss
irn.lth urserts that Billings was watch
ng tbe parade a few mlnutet. before
be explosion and carrying a suit case.
3H11UK8 leserts t! at the jouqk woimui
s wholly mistaken
SIM DECREASE
Twenty-two Permits Issued in
Week Ending July 22,
Special to the KVKNWO NEWS.
Tottenvllle, July 29:—A. slight de
crease In the number of plans Mod
with the building department of tlw
borough of Richmond Is shown In the
report for the week ending July Î2
as agulnst that of the week before.
Twenty-two permit» were lnHued
against thirty-two of the previous
week, with a total of $37,275 estimat
e<l cost. The cost estimated for the
thirty-two buildings was $83,000.
There will be a still further decrease
In the next report of new structures
because of no new buildings estimat
ed shown on the last report. This is
most likely due to the hot weather
during the past week or more that
no new structures are being contem
plated.
The following Is the report for the
week ending July 22: Plans filed for
new buildings (estimated cost }S7,
27 6), 22; plans llled for alterations
(estimated coat $6,910), 8; plans filed
for plumbing (estimated cost $16,
G95), 10; construction inspections
made, 326; iron and steel inspections
made, 2; plumbing and drainage In
spections made, 129; dance hall In
spections made, 2; violations of law
reported, 7; violation notices issued;
permits granted for demolition of
buildings, 1.
MR. AND MRS. MARSHALL
EMERÎAINED AT GARBS
Tottén»llle, July 29:—Mr and Mre.
Hharles A. Marshall of 99 Bentley
street, entertained a few friends at
500 at their home last night. After
I he cards which were played on the
porch and Inside of the Iioum refresh
ments were played and prize· award
ed. Those present were Mr. and Μι·β.
Warron Van Name and Mr. and M».
John Dowd, of Brooklyn; Mr. and
Mrs. George Bcull, Miss Anna Van
Name, Mr. and Mr*. Stephen Coa*«y,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Joline, Mr.
Mid Mrs. Andrew M. Hpragwo, Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore W. 'Woglom, Mr. and
Mrs. Rdward F. l>erlckson and Mrn.
P. J. Bprsgue.
ST. PAUL'S CADETS ALREADY
FOR LAWN FETE T0NI6HT
Tottenvllle, July 29—Arrangements
tire completed for the first annual
lawn fete of St. Paul's Cadets that le
to be held tonight on the lawn of St.
Paul's church. The committee In
rharge have arranged for an attrac
tive afl'atr. There will be ice cream,
nake, candy and soda water for sale.
Some of the attractions will be a flstfi
pond, ball throw and poetofllce. There
will be an exhibition drill by the 8t.
Peter's Cadets, of Perth Amboy, w1m>
are coming over with their Junior and
" company nnd drum ■ <jrp*.
WUî ■
doubt be a large crowd on liand to
help make the affair a ,success.
PLEASANT PLAINS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Donnell, of
Jersey City, have been visitmg at Lit
tle Farms.
Miss Amy Manee has gone to Hart
ford, Conn., for a visit with her sis
ter. Mrs. Ralph Segulne.
Mrs. T. It. Byrnes Is home after a
visit in Brooklyn.
Hugh Magee Is entertaining his
mother from Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J\. Fisher, of Oak
wood, visited here this week.
Miss Frieda "Fisher is in Sullivan
County for a vacation.
MtSH Kntherlne Mc.Namara is re
covering at her home after nn opera
tion for appendicitis at St. ^lucent'»
Hospital.
Thdmas Nolan is home from
Bridgeport, Conn.
Missis Julia and Anna Peters are
home after a slay In Sullivan County.
A masquerade ball will follow a
dinner at the Guaranty clubhouse at
the form"r Terra Marine Inn tonight.
TOTTENVILLÊ
Miss Mae E. Derlckson and Miss
Helen Derlckson are spending a two
■reeks vacation at Ocean Orove.
Mrs. Louis Meyers, of Manhattan,
vas the guest of her parent», Mi. and
Mrs. Eugene Fountain, for a few days.
I>avld C. Johnson has returnee
lome after a visit with his daughter
it New Haven. Conn.
Clarkson Totten, of the S. S. White
Cental Works office force, Is home on
l two weeks vacation.
Miss I .lia Robedoe has been at Bow
on. Mass., Tor the past week.
Miss Margaret Magtilre. a teacher
it No. 2 school, Richmond Vulley, lr··"
icon transferred to No. 28 school hi
Manhattan.
Arthur J. Pagnod, second baseman
'or the Tottenvlllo A. C., a mem be ι <>t
!o. A, 71st regiment, National Ouard,
■ends regards from (lie camp at Mc
kllon, Texas. "Peggy" Is acting qu»i
ermastor sergeant of the First Β«ι
ery.
A clam chowder supper will be held
>y the Karitoii Bay Park Association
it Its club house tonight.
Bids will be opened at Borough hail,
it. George, on Monday for regulating
ind repavlng with granite block. Wee
ervelt avenue from Hlchmond Tor
ace to SL Marks place. New Bright
on.
Jersey C luurter for Stria
Trenton, July 29:—The America»
Educational Foundation for St*ii
'hlldren was Incorporated here yee
erday. The foundation will take over
ho school and orphanage at Phaleon,
Ireece, and extend its activities by
irganizlng colonies for refugees.
KTloea will be in Newark.
Marble
and
Granite
Monu
ments
Corner
Hall &
Arnboy
Aves.
Near the
Ceme
teries
Perth
Amboy
Ν. N. ALLING
Residence 195 Gordon St.

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