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Perth Amboy evening news. [volume] (Perth Amboy, N.J.) 1903-1959, December 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Useful Gifts
for Everybody
and On Easy Terms, Too
This is a great helpful store all the year 'round, but more so right this time of year, when needs are so r^any.
This is when our Charge Account System comes to the aid of all alike and anyone can get what they need and pay
when convenient. At the same time you can get the highest grade of house furnishings and lower prices than you
can buy in Perth Amboy. We would be pleased to have you open a charge account with us and let us supply your
Xmas needs.
As Low as
Ladies' Desks, a beautiful £ifi for your mother,
sister ox sweetheart. Prices as low as $4.50
OAK BUFFET, $26.75
In a high
grade beauti
fully polished
genuine oak,
with two small
drawers; one
lined fcr silver
ware. Base 42
inches wide.
French bevel
mirror, at
Very appropriate GiR.
Prices as low as
Morris Chair $12.98
This beautiful Morris Chair upholstered
in velour ûj-J Ο QO
Specially priced . ψΐώ#νΟ
Comfortable Turkish
Imperial Leather Rocker
A Very Suggestive Gift, Special price©
Covered in Tapestry or Spanish Leather
Special price,
This Entire Outfit,
Go in any music store. Ask to see a Player Piano
like this one and find out the price. /Then come here
and see what we will do for yon on credit terms of,
$3.00 a week with no interest or extras of any kind.
Well include a handsome Piaao Lamp with silk
Tudor &hade, a strong Piano Bench, a J*earf, uud 25
rolls of music for the regular price of the Player alone,
If you oorue in this week. ΑΛ
The entire outfit . Φ J4J«Uv
$3.00 WEEKLY
A Victrola for her Christmas—
—■is easy on your pocketbook
and a new joy in her life
1* there anything in the world that cut brine ^
half as much pleasure as the Victrola. "instrument of
the warW*3 yurtat artists?" Its music is a never
ending source of inspiration, and a never-boring source
of entertainment.
Its singers are the greatest in the -world, its instru
mentalists the {oremdst, its comedians the funniest, its
bands the most famous.
And it is such a simple, convenient matter to get
a Victrola from us that every home can afford one.
Our terms make a Victrola the easiest thing you can
get for Christmas. Victrolas $15 to $400.
Martha Washington
Sewing Table
Specially Priced $9.98
C«w|Urc Price· «ni
Save M tier y
Come into our etore
and get our prlces.the™
compare them with the
priera ©* any · «îJÏÏÏt
niture or department
store aed coBvtoo·
vourseli that, whether
vou buy ior cash or
on credit, that
Prier· Alwtt)'·
Cor. Smith St and
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Convenient Terms
On Any
1 ! CN lUcman's Corutr
Many of the home-made dainties
s re as welcome at holidays as thon®
bought from the candy shop. Indeed
many may serve not only its sweet,
hut dessert, or for offering In the af
ternoon? at informal gathering, says
mi fxrhangr The grlrl who r*ο make
tempting "goodies" will always be
popular. Here are some of tbe easy
to make kind.
Chocolate J>elights—Two square*
unsweetened chocolate, one-half cup
ful melted butter, three eggs, one
cupful sugar, three-quarters cupful
Hour, one-half teaspoonful each of
J baking powder and salt, one tea
spoon rul vanilla, one cupful chopped
ι walnut meats. Melt the chocolate,
add butter; beat the eggs, add sugar
. gradually, then flour; add this to
• chocolate mixture, with the vanilla
and walnuts. Spread on a shollaw
I pan and bake twelve minutes,
ι Maple Stiffs— One pound maple
sugar. one cupful brown sugar, one
cupful water, twelve marsh mallow*,
whiles of two eggs, one cupM chop
j>ed walnuts, one-half cupful candied
cbeiTics rut One, one-half cupfnl
candied pineapple. Place sugar in
enamel saucepan add water and boil
without stirring until the "firmbaH"
stage. Cut marshmallows into piece·,
remove saucepan from fire, add marsh
mallows, cover and let stand five min
utes. Stir the syrup and pour slowly
over the whipped eggs whites, heating
all the time. When the mixture be
j gins to harden and hold ils shape add
! nuts and fruit. Form into small
cake*, lay on paraffin paper, place a
whole cherry on each and let them
i stand.
Fruit Paste—One cupful dates
! (stoned), one cupful fig», one cupful
seeded raisins, one cupful candled
cherries, two tablespoonfuls orange
juice, one tablcspoonful browna sugar.
Put through chopper twice. Add su
gar and orange juice; mix thorough
ly. 1 Hist breadboard with powdered
sugar, form j>aste into roll about one
quarter inch thick. l>ip eacii sHoe
i in powdered sugar. Serre in pretty
I glass dish.
I Cocoanut Cones—Grated small co
coanut, sugar, flour, whipped white
of egg. Grate the cocoanut and add
j half its weight in sugar; «tir in a
ι very small quantity of hour and the
I whipped egg white and bake in m
J moderate oven for twenty minutes on
paraffin paper.
Pumpkin Custard
T.ine a baking dish with a thin
staeet of biscuit dough. Have ready
one pint of cooked, washed squash or
ptrmpkin. It should be quite dry.
Add one tablespoonful of melted but
ter, one-half level teaspoonful of aalt,
one-half cupful of sugar and tHr*e
eggs beaten witu one and one-half
cupful of milk; add one-half level
teaspoonful of cinnamon and the
same of ginger. Mi* this well; pour
into the dish. Bake in a good «rn
until set—about forty-five minute·.—
Raked C*bl*gc
Crisp the cabbage in cold water, j
Cut in small sections, season with
salt, lay two or three stripe of baoon
on top. and add a small kmouat of
water. Cover casserole and pnt in
oven to bake. It will require from
thirty-five minutes to one hour, ac
cording to the amount of cabbuge to
be cooked and the temperature of
the oven.—Exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lipshitx, of Fay
ette street, are the proud parents of
a baby girl.
Mine Blanche Kramer, of New
York, is visiting: her brother. Sam
uel Kramer, of New Brunswick ave.
Mis» A.gnes, Silverstera, of New
Brunswick, was a local visitor yester
j day.
Chris Johnson, Hans Wetrick and
I E. J. Bachman attended the motor
cycle show at Madison Square Garden
Miss Hose Levinson, of Madison
avenue, was a New York visitor
Mrs. L. Joffe. of Key port was a
local visitor yesterday.
Jay Berger, of New York, is visit
ing Mr. Goldman of Market street.
S. Flrich, of Ocean Grove, was a
local visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Sarah Cohen, of Fayette street
was a New York visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Ed Lewkowitz of New Bruns
wick avenue, was a New York visitor
I>eo Migatz. head drug clerk of the
local branch of the I'nited l>rug Co.
has been promoted to the position of
manager of the local branch.
J. F. Foley, of Market street, was a
Brooklyn visitor Tuesday night.
Charles Smith, of Second street, was
in Newark Tuesday \isiting friends
who formerly lived here.
Henry Ν ο meson of South First street
was in Rah way Tuesday night visit
ing friends.
Mary Calhoun, of Ajnboy avenue, is
recovering from an attack of tonsl
l>r. and Mrs. Littell are in thfcp city,
arranging for their new home in Rec
tor street. They expect their furniture
here Friday and Saturday of this week.
Mrs. Frank Dorsey of Kearney ave
nue. lias been seriously sick in Toledo,
Ohio, where she went to visit her sis
ter before Thanksgiving. Mr. Dorsej
was sent for and is expected back to
day as the danger Is over and Mrs.
lk>rse> is improving.
Mrs. A. Green, of Yonkers, formerly
of this city, visited Mrs. M. Horowitz
and other friends here yesterday.
Names Fifty-three For National Secur
ity League Congreea.
Albany. Ν Y„ Dec. 14. Fifty -three
(IrlesatPî. lia vt bees named by G·»
crnor Whitman to represent tbe state
mt the Ο-οηκη-* of < ViMttrwttre Patriot
ism In Washington, P. C.. Jan. 25-27.
under the direction of the NaUoaal tie
i-urttj leerne.
The New York delegate· include far
mer Governors Mart'n H. Gtyaa aa-l
Keujamiu B. OdeJl. l ulled State· Sen
ator James A. O'Uoruiaa. United States
Senator Eiert William M ('aider. B
bert H. Gary. George W. I'erklna, Mr*
Ε. H. Harrtman, Mrs. Arthur M.
Podge. New YorV, George. H. Oufch.
Watertown; Jensen G. Ostler. Kertie*
ter; J. Fraud* Day, I'rtca; lywh P.
Kuhrmnnn, Buffalo: William Notttmc
ham. Syracuse, acd Jacob Gould !
man. Ithaca.
Germany Admit* Lanao Sinking.
Washington. Dec. 14
admitted the sinking of the
i.iruto in en i>m<-ta· reply in lti«
ernment's inquiry. The reply
the Jjuiau rarried contraband and <
sunk ae a prlae. The veiwel was
rouu· from UAnita to Havre mt
time ahe w« souk. The crew was n*.
coed. '"-3
Snow early tedaf ; thlr later ; Mat
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