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SOCIAL DOINGS
JUNIOR LEAGUE PLANS EVENT.
At the regular meeting of the Jun
ior Epworth League of the Simpson
M. K. church held yesterday after
noon in the lecture room of the
church, plans wore laid for their
Christmas entertainment which will
be held at their regular meeting next
Wednesday afternoon. The entertain
ment will commence at 3:30 o'clock
and consist of songs and recitations
by various members. Rev. Wilbert
Wcstcott, pastor of the church, has
been requested to take part and
speak ro the m abérs of the society.
Miss Elizabeth I leers, superintendent
of the Junior Epvvorth League, is In
charge of the program which will be
given at this time.
The annual Christmas entertain
ment of the Simpson M. E. Sunday
school will be held in the church Fri
day night, December 22.
PLAN NEXT Y. M. C. A. SOCIAL
The Social Committee of the local
Y. M. C. A. has again become active
and is making arrangements to pro
perly herald the coming of 1he sec
ond entertainment of the course, the
Musical Merry Makers, who will play
in this city on Thursday night, Feb
ruary 15. The entertainment, as all
previous affairs, will take place in
the gymnasium and tickets are now
on sale, together with the two re
maining entertainments.
On Tuesday, March 27, the Old
Home Singers will be the attraction.
The season's course will be brought
to a close with several short plays
given at the entertainment furnished
by The Parish Players on Thursday,
April 12.
CLOSE SUCCESSFUL SALE
The two night's sale of the Girls'
Guild of the Grace English Lutheran
church came to a successful close
last night, all of the articles which
had been placed on sale being pur
chased by friends of the society.
Miss Margnret Van X)eusen was
chairman of the committee in charge
of the sale. There were several booths
at wliich candy, fancy articles and
useful articles could be purchased, a
grab bag and a coffec and cake booth.
SUNDAY SCHOOL TO ΕΧΤΕΚΤΛΙΝ.
The Sunday School of the First
Baptist church will hold its Christmas
entertainment Friday of next week.
The primary department under the di
rection of Mrs. John Bernard, will hold
their exercises Friday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock in the church. On Friday
night, at. 7:30 o'clock, the rest of the
school, the senior department, will
conduct its annual Christmas services.
The program has not been decided
upon as yet. but work is progressing
on it, and it will be announced shortly.
To Report on Fair Tonigtit.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Ste
phen's Danish Lutheran church will
hold their regular monthly meeting
tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the base
ment of the church on Broad street.
Reports will be made at this time In
reference to the annual fair held in
Washington hall last week. Men and
friends of the society have been in
vited to attend. A social time will
follow.
PANIS H HOME SOCIETY MEETS
The Ladies' Aid Society <>f the
Danish Children's Home met at the
home of Mrs. Elisa Nelson, 302
Washington street, yesterday after- ]
noon. The contributions for Decem
ber amounted to $34. Bills were paid
Iji^i -κ*- bieda. for the home to the
amount of $i)0.06.
Herman Ellis Is Honored.
Herman Ellis, of this city, has been
honored by the appointment to the
national executive board of the Inde
pendent Order of Brit h Sholom with
headquarters at Philadelphia. Mr. El
lis's particular department in the work
of the lodge will be the rituals, of which
he is chairman.
MANY ENJOY LECTl KE.
The first of the lectures on "The Re
formation" was given before a large
audience at the Grace English I.uther
an church on Jefferson street last night
by Dr. Hunton, of Philadelphia. This
is the first of a series of monthly lec
tures. It has not been deciced who
the next speaker will be.
PLAN ANMVTKSAHY RECEPTION
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Noe, of
Water street, will have a reception
at their home Saturday night. Decem
ber 23. in honor of their golden wed
ding anniversary.
ANOTHER CLt'K NIGHT.
Club Night will be held at the Kar- !
itan Yacht Club house in Water street, ι
tomorrow night.
Owing to the fact that there are no
large social events on tomorrow nor
have taken place this week, it is
expected that there will be a large at
tendance of the members of the club
and auxiliary anil their friends pres
ent. The affair will be held under the
direction of the house committee.
IJCENSE TO ttl'.l).
A marriage license has been is
sued by City Clerk Wilbur La Uoe
to John Montellcr and Bertha Ha
muli.
RARITAN ASS'N PLANS
FOR BIGCtLEBRATION
The December meeting- of the Rar
itan Civic Association of Piscataway
tovvn, was held Wednesday night at
I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray N. 1
Davis. The momt-trship committee]
was elected as follows: Frank E. Mil
ler, ehairmn; Mrs. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Barlow, Mr. and Mrs. j
Ray N. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Percival j
E. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. D. Manning
Drake, Miss Helen Fisher, Paul ,
Fisher, Dr. and Mrs. Henry Halo
Gilford, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Win
fleld.
It was voted that tlio same persons,
with Mrs. William A. Gordon and
Mrs. Francis Woerner, be a refresh- I
raent committee with power to add
to that number for the 250tli anni- !
versary of the township to be held j
on December 18, at St. James Parish
house.
Dr. G iff or d was given full power !
to arrange for the program and to
send out invitations through the \
neighborhood and the public gen- !
orally, especially to the représenta- |
tives of the old families.
The following committee was ap- |
pointed to have t\\$ park seats paint
ed and put in order, and the piano
properly eared for: P. IS. Dixon, Π.
N. Davis and Mrs. F. K. Miller.
SCHOOL BOARD CONSIDERS
JANITORS^PAY TONIGHT
The Roard of Education will meet
tonight to consider the application of
the janitors of the local schools for
an increase in pay. The action will
be taken because of the petition of
the janitors at the last meeting of
the board, when a committee appear
ed before the board to present the
petition.
The high cost of living was given
as the reason for the request and the
janitors claim that in view of the raise
in pay granted by the voters to the
policemen of the city, that they should
likewise secure a raise in salary, to
allow them to combat the advanced
cost of necessities.
The meeting of last week was ad
journed until tonight for the purpose
of considering what shall be done in
answer to the petition.
Y. M. H. A. DIRECTORS TO
MEET JVIONDAY NIGHT
There will be a meeting: of the
Board of Directors of the Y. M. H. A.
on Monday night of next week, at
which time all of the members of the
Y. M. H. A. and Y. W. Η. Λ. .ire in
vited and urged to attend. The mat
ter of installing new lockers will be
taken up at that time, bids having
been received from three companies
already. There will be in the neigh
borhood of seventy-five lockers in
stalled at first. The matter of reor
ganizing gymnasium classes will also
be discussed and definite action taken.
Following the business a social time
will be enjoyed.
PASS IMMIGRATION BILL
WITH LITERACY TEST
Washington, Dec. 14.—The Immi
gration bill with literacy test attach
ed was passed by the senate by a vote
of 64 to 7. The President once ve
toes the bill because of the literacy
clause.
Y. M. C. A. HEAD HERE
State Y. M. C. A. Secretary C. A.
Coburn is the guest of General Secre
tary Walter II. Warr, of the local
association, today, an inspection of
the local building having taken place
this morning.
ARRANGE FOR ELECTION
Perth Amboy Circle No. 1086,
Companions of the Forest, met last
night in Jacobson's hall and arranged
for the nomination and election of
officers that is to be held «at the next
meeting of the circle. There was a
good attendance of the members at
the meeting.
MAKES APPEAL FOR LIFE
Trenton, Dec. 14:—An application
was made yesterday for a special ses
sion of the board of pardons to con
sider the commutation of the death
sentence of Vincenzo Bovino of New
ark, now in the death house at the
.state prison, to life imprisonment.
The court of errors and appeals at its
last term sustained the conviction of
Bovino. He killed Frank Bakor, a
special policeman, at a dance hall In
TO ELECT OFFICERS
The final nomination and election
of officers of Star of Grace Lodge No.
71, Shepherds of Bethlehem, will be
held tonight at a meeting of the
lodge. Arrangements for the instal
lation will be made at this time.
TO LECTURE TONIGHT
"The Jews as a Nation Among Na
tions," will be the subject*of the lec
ture by Dr. Kopelovitch at Y. M. C. A.
hall tonight. The lecture will he held
under the direction of the Radical
Library Association.
MEETING MONDAY NIGHT
There will be a meeting of the Board
of Trustees of the Perth Amboy City
Library on Monday night, this meeting
having been postponed from Monday
night of this week.
Get» Term in I Vison
Klizabeth, Dec. 14-—Justice Jamee
■Γ. Bergen yesterday sentenced John
Paskewiez, who admitted kicking his
wife at their home, 739 MeKlnley
street, November 12, to a term of
from si* to ten years in state prison.
The ivoman's death resulted from
the kicks.
The court accepted a plea of guilty
to manslaughter, although Paskewics
had been indicted for murder. In
doing this, Justice Bergen said that
the evidence obtained by Prosecutor
Alfred A. Stein failed to show any
premeditation.
Alterations U» Store.
The Perth Amboy Hardware Com
pany is making extensive alterations
to the interior of their store In Smith
street. The main office Is being
moved to the second floor of the
building so as to· make more room on
the main floor for stock and new fix
tures are being installed. They have
leased a building in Division street,
next to the Perth Amboy Beef Com
pany for a warehouse.
Wat. Daughters of Isabella.
Through an error in a headline yes
terday it was made to appear that Mrs.
R. F. White had been elected head oi
the Daughter» of Liberty. The head
ing should have read Daughters of Is
abella which, was the organisation that
Mra White.
RUTH LAW.
Aviatrees Who Plane
Coast to Coaet Flight.
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Photo by American Près» Association.
For lier Might from San Francisco to
New York Ruth Law wants the best flying
machine American engineers can build.
It must possess a speed as groat as the
machines of Europe—from 125 to 150 miles
an hour—and have a carrying capacity
equal to fuel for a continuous air Journey
of 1,000 miles. The aviatress intends to
inspect all the great airplanes now being
built in American factories.
LODGE CIRCLES
—A short meeting of Court Stand
ard, No. Ill, Foresters of America,
was held last night.
—Raritan Lodge, No. 61, F. and A
M., will meet tonight at Elks hall.
—There will be a meeting of San
Salvador Council. No. 299, Knights
of Columbus, tonight when complete
arrangements will be made foi
awarding the Ford car Saturday
night.
OBiTUART RECORD
Met ta Marie Thullesen.
Met ta Marie Thullesen, thirty
eight years old, wife of Anton Thulle
sen, of 308 Jefferson street, died this
morning at her home after a brief
illness of pneum</iia. Besides her
husband she is survived by Ave chil
dren, a brother, Nels Hansen of this
city, and her father and mother In
Denmark. The funeral will bo held
Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock from
her late residence, followed by a ser
vice at Our Savior's Danish Lutheran
church at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. V. B.
Slcov, pastor, will officiate and the in
terment will be in Alpine cemetery.
DEATH NOTICE.
BRJTTON—Tot ten ville. Ν. Y., on De
cember li, Ellen Dey Β rit ton. Rela
tives and friends are Invited to at
tend funeral services to be lieid Fri
day morning, Dec. 15, at 10 o'clock,
at the home of lier daughter, Mrs.
Charles Bjoberg. 72 Central Ave., Tot
ten ville. Interment Friday morn
ing at Rocky Hill, N. J.
7 417-12-12-3t
WOOD SCORNS PACIFISTS.
Say· They Wouldn't Fight For God,
Country or Friend.
St. Louis, Dec. 14.—"To my mind α
pacifist is some one who thinks that
uothing Is worth fighting for—God,
country, frieuds or institutions," said
Major General Leotard Wood lu au ad
dress before the Business Men's league.
"You can't buy time, and it takes
time to prepare," be said. lie decried
militarism, praised universal service as
democratic and argued for a standing
uriny of 250,<HH) to 000,000. He said
that six months of intensive military
training were worth four years In a
military school and a lifetime iu tile
militia.
General Wood predicted that the
United States must tight a war some
day with a well organized power.
CANADIAN SHIP LOST.
Torpedo Boat Grilse Sunk With Crew
of Fifty.
Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 14.—The Cana
dian torpedo boat Grilse has been lost
at sea with all hands off Shelburne, N.
S., it is feared. This announcement
wns made by the minister of the naval
service.
The Grilse was formerly the speedy
yacht Winchester, owned by Peter
Winchester Itouse of New York. She
was purchased by J. Iv. L. Robs, chair
man of the Canadian pension board,
and presented by him to the naval
service.
TWENTY DIE IN MINE.
Thirty-nine Other· Ar· Trapped In
□ rift· by Looaened Coal.
Pittsburg, Kan., Dec. 14.—Twenty
men lost their lives In an explosion
which wrecked the Ileedy & Ryan coal
fnine at Stone City.
Mine officiais said thirty-nine men
tvere trapped in the drifts.
Captain Hughes Recovering.
Washington, Dec. 14.—t'cptaiu Knapp,
commanding the American naval forces
In Santo Domingo, baa reported that
Captain John Λ. Hughes of the marina
corps was recovering from severe
wounds suffered In a recenr clash with
revolutionists.
RUSSIANS GUT
GERMAN LINES
Capture Line of Trenches in
Transylvania—Roumania
Loses More Men.
Copenhagen, Dec. 14.—.Tossy, the tem
porary capital of Roumanie since tiie
fall of Bucharest, is in terror of being
the next Teuton objective, according to
dispatches from the Russian frontier.
The town itself, being of provincial
dimensions, is hopelessly overcrowded
with fleeing Roumanians, who followed
their king and government. The city
has only three hotels, and its crowded
condition, the lack of lodging facilities
and shortage of food have brought
about miserable living conditions.
While the fate of the Roumanian cap
ital seemed a foregone conclusion, it
was hoped, dispatches assert, that an
eleventh hour miracle would stare off
its doom. On the night of Dec. β the
truth of the hopelessness of the situa
tion became known.
The capture of 7.000 additional Rou
manians and full retreat of Ivlng Fer
dinand's forces on the whole front be
tween the railhead of Buzeu and the
Jalomita river, a front of about thirty
miles, is reported by the German war
office.
The Ninth Teuton army, under Gen
iral von Falkenliayn, and Field Mar
shal von Mackeusen's Danube army are
advancing hard on the heels of the
fleeing Roumanians, and the fall of
Buzeu is imminent. Petrograd official
ly admitted Roumanian retirement both
on the Buzeu-Mlsil-Floescl railway and
south of Buzeu. The Russian war office
statement gave the position of the Rou
manians as extending along the front
Buzeu-Sarings-Urziccal. The statement
is belated, however, as the latter town,
thirty-two miles south of Buzeu, has
since fallen to Mackenscn's troops who
crossed the Jalonltza.
In Transylvania the Russians have
scored a considerable success. They
captured a line of Teuton trenches on
the heights south of Aguaulia, in the
Trotus valley, and held them against
counter attacks.
At other points of the Transylvanian
front and in the wooded Carpathians
the Teutons took the offensive, launch
big 'iolent onslaughts against the Rus
sian positions without, however, gain
ing any ground, according to Fetro
grad. Berlin reports the repulse of
Russian attacks on the mountain front ·.
MILLION TO PUBLIC IN
MRS. HARKNESS WILL
New York, Dec. 14.—The will of Mrs.
Mary Warden Ilarkuess, widow of
Charles W. Darkness, who was the
third largest holder of Standard Oil
stock, has been tiled. Her estate is
valued at considerably more than $11!,
000,000, and bequests amounting to $1,
000,000 arc made to charities and pub
lic institutions.
Mrs. Harkness died last Friday, the
lay after the will of her husband was
Qled here disposing of a $60,000,000
estate, the bulk of which went to his
brother, Edward S. Harkness. The
widow's death followed an operation in
the Presbyterian hospitui in this city.
William ti. Warden and Clarence A.
Warden of Philadelphia are named as
executors.
The largest public bequests are: Yale
university, $300,000 ; St. Bartholomew's
church, $200,000 ; Morristown Memorial
hospital, $100,000; Art museum of
Cleveland, $100,000; Babies' hospital,
$100,000 ; St. Mary's Free Hospital For
Children, $100.000; Germantown Dis
pensary and Hospital. $100,000; Flagler
hospital, St. Augustine, Fia., $100,000,
and St. John's guild, $50,000.
The will provides for a legacy of $2,
000 to each of the superintendents and
housekeepers Ht the Ilurkuess New
York and Madison (N. J.) homes, and
annuities to the extent of half their
present salaries for all servants in the
employ of the Harkness household for
ten year» or more.
Debt We Owe Julius Caesar.
Because Julius Caesar thought a cer
tain part of southern Europe which he
visited some time during 55 B. C. was
far too barren, and so utilized his
knowledge of landscape gardening by
supervising the planting of some thou
sands of the "Juglnns ltegia"—be
cause of all this, we have In America
todny mnuy flourishing orchards of
English walnuts.
SENATOR WILLIAM Ε. BORAH
Idaho Legislator to Speak
to New England Society.
Photo by American Prees Association.
Senator Borah, who ie of the heretofore
4 wild and woolly" weat. will be principal
epeaker at the annual dinner of the New
England aoclety in Philadelphia Dec. 2L
■ . · t, ..
I JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER.
Oil King'· Latest Picture,
Taken at Archbold Burial.
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Photo by American Frees Association.
Mr. Rockefeller has just made a pro
visional gift of $500,000 to the national
board of the Young Women's Christian
association for tho Grace H. Dodge foun
dation. It is conditional on the full sum
of $1,600,000 being paid In by Jan. 1, 1U19.
Thli will be easily done, it is announced.
BOY SLAYERS MUST DIE.
Governor Whitman Refuses Pardon to
Murderer· at Nineteen.
New York, Doc. 14.—Governor Whit
man has refused to pardon two boys of
nineteen, Charles Kumrow, convicted
of murdering Francisco Damantl In
Buffalo, and Stanley J. Rllllsteln, wlso
killed roliceman Creedon In Utica.
They probably will be put to death on
the same day.
Governor Whitman's statement of
Ms decision not to grant clemency Is
as follows:
"It Is now stated that Kumrow
should not be electrocuted because of
Ills montai condition, which Is stated
to be subnormal. This question was
not raised on the trial, and even the
doctor who examined him and now
writes to me says he Is not Insane and.
to use his own words, Ί found him to
be sane, but of subnormal mental
standard.' "
WARNING TO GUARDSMEN.
New Mexico "Slacker'»" Prison Sen
tence Remitted by Wilson.
Washington, Dec. 14.—President Wil
son has approved the action of an army
court martial in sentencing Lewis O.
Gardner of the New Mexico militia t<·
dishonorable discharge and a year in
prison at hard labor for falling to obey
the federal call for border duty last
June, but remitted the prison sentence
because the case had been pressed as a
test.
War department officials regard the
decision cs important because of the
warning It gives to more than 10.<X)0
enrolled members of the national guard
who have not appeared for federal
ii*vlce.
Plan Entertainment
Special to the EVENING NEWS.
Crnnbury, Doc. 14:—Plans are be
ing made for an entertainment to be
priven by members of the Guild of
Lhe First Presbyterian church Wed
nesday evening, January 24. It will
be given entirely by home talent.
No Danger Ijiglit
The police reported traffic was en
langered last night by the absence
of a danger light on a pile of lumber
« 182 Madison avenue.
Neighborly Sorrow.
When η strange young woman who
is indisputably pretty and well dressed
moves Into the neighborhood the neigh
bor women are sorry she has such a
«llsngrceiible voice.—OlUo State Jour
nal.
SEND GASES TO -
SUPREME COURT
Justice Bergen Dismisses Eliz
uo!;oa3—s|E!Oi^o
Law is at Fault.
Elizabeth, Doc. 14.—Criticising the
election law as vogue anil incomplete,
Supreme Court Justice Bergen has
temporarily dismissed eight election
officers arraigned in the Union count}'
court of quarter sessions for trial on
an indictment charging malfeasance
and directed Prosecutor Alfred A. Stein
to apply for a writ of certiorari.
Justice Bergen said he preferred to
have the question brought before the
supreme court in that way, feeling it
involved questions on which he did not
care to sit in judgment alone. ·
In his comments Justice Bergen hint
ed generally at defects in the election
law without explaining specific short
comings. tinder the old law a unit bal
lot was offered the roter at the prima
ries. In prescribing party bal lots the
legislature that framed the new law did
not provide a perfect substitute, he said.
Justtc* Bergen described the whole
election law as very unsatisfactory.
"I believe," said the justice, "there la
enough doubt about this question to
furnish the basis of argument before
the supreme court."
The indicted election officers are:
From the Second district of the Eighth
ward of Elizabeth, James Burnhlll.
George Messing, PRIUP Smith and λνΐΙ
Ilam D. Smith; from Koselle, AVllllam
Barrett, Leroy C. Groves, Richard C.
Wetmore and Henry D. Toole.
The Elizabeth board is charged with
not having placed the Democratic bal
lots in the party's box, while the Ito
selle men are accused of having put
the'Republican ballots in the Soclulist
party box.
Appearing as counsel for all the in
fllcted men, Nathaniel Sehleimer askeo
that the indictment be quashed. Ile
said it was faulty In that the officers
were Indicted as election boards and
not as individuals, that no specific
?rlme was alleged and that there was
nothing in the law adequately defining
the responsibility of election bonrds.
Instead of ruling on the motion. Jus
tice Bergen advised the certiorari.
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Do you know that nice
straight teeth count for
much in good looks?
If your teeth are irregu
lar or unsighty, we will
straighten and improve
them for you.
Call and let us show you
what we are doing in the
way of regulating. .
We won't over charge
you.
Dr. J. P. Saîter
119 Smith St, cor. State
DR. GOLDEN
Attraction
fclieciaitei*
Dr. Bernard Feldman
DENTIST
320 State Street, near Smith
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
Evenings by Appointment.
UNCLAIMED FREIGHT SALE
of MANGANESE ORE
The under»igned, a Railroad
Corporation, having had unclaimed
freight consisting of one car Man
ganese Ore, weighing 56,000 lbs.,
in car M. C. 47440 shipped by
L^ioy, Parks; Bristol, ΊΥηη. to
Binney & Smith Co., New York
City, in its possession for a period
of six months, will sell said ore at
public auction for the account of all
concerned, to the highest bidder,
pursuant to the Railroad Laws of
the State of New Jersey, at the
place where the said freight is un
claimed—
Perth Amboy, N. J. on
Friday, December 15,1916
At 10:38 A. M.
Leliigh\allej
Railroad
J. M. GREER, Agent
FRED HARDY
SPECIALIST IN HAStAIM
London Medical DInloma.
Doctor'· Recommendations.
FREE CONSULTATION
274 Oak It Pkone Τ72-Π
MISS S. PETERSON
Hair Dressing Dolls' Wigs
RARITAN BUILDING
Cor. Smith St. and Matflaoa Ave.
Phone 1542.
DR. F. MORROW
CHIROPODIST
The RARITAN BUILDING
Cor. Smith St. and Madlnon Ave.
Room 3«4 Phone 1541
OFFICES HOI'RS:
9 to 5 Daily
Monday and Saturday Evening»
C. 1916
DINMER SETS
Largest China and
Glassware Store in
the city. 375 State St
1. «OSIN
GRAHAM & McKEON
General Co.trmet.rs
EjtcavalinK. Gradlnsr. Etc. Sand.
Giavel. Broken Stone. Carting. Etc.
204 SMITH STREET
225 M!W IIHISSWIfK AVE.
Telephone» 215-J I8U-U 42Ï-J
J. A. ZBOYÀN
Telepbon, 14M4I
High Grade Electrlca1 Work. Church
and Marine Work a Specialty.
All Work Guaranteed.
765 State St. Perth Amboy
RAG RUGS WOVEN
18 In. to 10 ft. wide without warns.
We will, or cuitomer may. supply
the ragrc. You cru «ave by buying di
rect W*lte for circulars. Rugs made
from old carpet·. We pay the freight
charges to us.
FARMER RUG & CARPET CO.
KoVU River, !V, J. Phone «Î-W
P. ANTICO
Broad St. Keyport Te^· 123-M
OKXlsnAL CO Ν Til ACTOR
All k'ncls of work done nnd labpr
furnished on oercentage or contract.
SAMUEL FELDMAN
Auto Van and Express
Loral and Lonp Distance
Moving and Trucking
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
330 Oak St. 4 Tel. 1520-J
J. B. RUE Detective Agency
Forn.erly Chief of Detectives Prose
cutor of the PIchm Ο dice
Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Ask us about our residential and com
mercial contract investigation!».
Suite Seven. Second National flank
Rnlldfng Ufd I vault. New Jersey*
MUNOZ EXPRESS
Storage and Trucking
(iBNRUAL RIGGfejRS
Estimates Cheerfully Purnlshtd'
Te'ephone Connection
236-23K herldao St. Pertla Amboy
J. S. HANSOM
Plumbing, Gne. Steam Fittla*.
Estimates Furnished.
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
ϋβ NEW BKUIfSWICK AVE.
rJVlenhone 724 Residence 32-W
N Marb'e and
^ Granite
Monuments
Cor. Hall &
Amboy Aves.
Near the
Cemeteries
Perth Amboy
Ν. N. ALLING
Residence 195 Gordon St.
GARRETS
285 HICH STREET
Automobile Service
Closed Cars for
Wedding*, Funerals, Etc.
Taxi Calls Al tended To
CD Ν ' ί=Β
Funeral Director aai
Embalmer
Interments A.rranjsl
AnywU«re
On Call Day or Night
SPÉCIAL CHRIS!MAS HOLIDAY TOURS
Kew lorlt ta Savannah, Gan and return. \I1 rxpeniei Iscladcl
J^forniatlon and Itinerary upon request at the
JACOB OOLDBEBOÏB IICKXT AGEN07,
,1 ér
Itlwt, Mr WukUfl*·,

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