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Only taffeta that can safely be guaranteed. 40 Inch Radium Silk $1.98 A soft weight silk witli beautiful lustre. AVasliable; in the light shades. Roman Striped Taffetas $1.59 a Yard Soft fchiffon finish; Plenty of plaids, too. wonderful colors. Gay sport stripes. FIXES AND JAIL SENTENCES IN SO. AMBOY POLICE COURT Special to the EVENING NEWt. South Amboy, Mar. 12—Therii was 6. busy session in the policeeourt Iron appari.-ililV S,,,1 time at the county seat. John had only been a few days at liberty when he again came under th« ban of the , disorderly act and was sentenced to ninety days In the county jail by Judge Birmingham. Daniel Shea also accompanied John to the county seat for sixty days. They loft town under the escort of Constable McCabe. Theodore Choicqnor and Joseph Lakeman were also arraigned before Judge Birmingham on Saturday «porning under tho disorderly act. Cholcerfor was fined $5, which he paid. Lakeman became very abusive when arraigned and was lined $10, Which he paid. with NO RUBBING— NO BOILING Will n«f injure the fineit fairies. Bwt prep«r»tlon In the world for vrftsMug blankets and wool en β. At your grocer's. Joy Products Co., Ν. Y. ΙΓΰό Don't worry about your valuables— put a Yale Night latch on your door and let the burglar do the worrying. The Yale Cylinder Night latch No. 44 is a combination night-latch and dead-lock— giving the convenience of the spring lock and the security of the dead bolt. Let us show you this ''burglar discourager." Wm. H. McCsrmiek & Sons INC. , 82 SMITH STREET DONATIONS IN FEB. FOR DANISH WRENS HOME The managers of the Danish Chil dren's Home gratefully acknowledge " -vnatlons Amboy, 1100; from Danish Odd Fel lows, Valhalla Lodge, No. 27B, food stuff, etc.; from Danish-American Bakery and Rosenvingo's Bakery, buns, cakes, etc.; from Mrs. Karl Mathiasen, Florida, one bo* oranges. Contributions and donations will-al ways be thankfully received at the home, or sent for by notifying the treasurer, Axel Olsen, 38 Lewis street. POLIGE NEWS •—J. W. Hall, flfty-two years old, of Sewaren, was released Saturday under bonde for a hearing next Thursday on charges of having been drunk and tearing the uniform of Patrolman William Clooney Friday night. While he was under arrest Hall fought viciously and seemed to take delight In pulling the brass buttone from Clooney'» uni form. With them went several pieces of cloth. Never Rains but It Pour·. A New Hampshire man ran a mile to catch a train, lost one rubber In transit, in his excitement swallowed a chew of tobacco, and, because his gait was unsteady, wound up by being arrested on a charge of intoxication. That's what we call a run of hard luck.—Buffalo Times. ————— Emm MOT WATER IDMNIEN© IDF YOU E)ONT FEEL MG1T Says g'*·» of hot water with phosphate before breakfast wash·· out poison·. If you wake up with a bad taste, bad breaht and tongue Is coated; If your head is dull or aching:; if vhat you eat sours and forms gas and acid in stomach, or you are bilious, constl fated, nervous, sallow and can't get eellng Just right, begin inside bathing. Drink before breakfast a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of lime stone phosphate in it. This will flush the poisons and toxins from stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels and cleanse, sweeten and purify the entire alimen tary tract. Do your inside bathing im mediately upon arising in the morning to wash out of the system all the pre vious day's poisonous waste, gases* and sour bile before putting more food into the stomach. To feel like young folks feel; like fou felt before your blood, nerves and muscles became loaded with body im purities, get from your pharmacist a quarter pound of limestone phosphate whtch is inexpensive and almost taste less, except for a sourish twlngs which Is not unpleasant. Just as soap and hot water act on the skin, cleansing, sweetening and freshening, so hot water and limestone ehosphate act on the stomach, liver, I ftidneys and bowels. Men and women who are usually constipated, bilious tieadachy or have any stomach dis order should begin this inside bathing before breakfast. They are assured I they will become real cranks on tfe· ! «ubject shortly.—Adv. Ι β DIVING BEAUTIES [at the majestic today an® [ WEDNESDAY "IT'S WONDERFUL!" EXCLAIMED ROSE Now Wants to Spread the Glad Tidings of Tanlac's Work to All Sufferers. "It's wonderful," exclaimed Albert Rose, Jr., who resides at 36 Franklin street, Totowa, in referring to his ex perience with Tanlac, the premier tonio and system purifier. "I have had catarrh of the stomach for some time—in fact, as far back as I can remember, I have been troubled with catarrh in some form or other. For about five months my stomach has been in bad shape. "No more than a meal was down, gas would form and sharp pains would go through me. It didn't make any differ ence what I ate—a meal meant suffer ing·. My kidneys, too, were in poor condition. I saw a good bit regarding Tanlac, and a friend told me about it, saying it was the finest ever for ca tarrh. "And he is right. One bottle of Tan lac has shown me splendid results. I've ; had hardly a moment's troublo since I have taken the medicine. My food tastes good again; gas and pains are gone ,and my kidneys are in fine shape. "I'm glad to recommend so fine a | preparation as Tanlac." I Tanlac, the premier combatant of · stomach, liver and kidney disorders, that is helping so many Perth Amboy ; peonle, is being explained at the McClung Drug Co., 198 Smith St.; Pari- | sen's Pharmacy. South Amboy; Drake's Pharmacy, Woodbridge.—Adv. —_ I OBSERVE GO TO SCHOOL WEEK IN KEYPOBT STARTING TODAY Special to the Ε VEXINO NBWB. Keyport, Mar. 12:—Go-to-School Week begins today and the local schools are planning to make this week one of the most interesting in the history of the schools. All par ents and friends of the school aro most cordially invited to attend the receptions to be held there this week, three entertainments will bo given to which nil may come, the first to be that by the primary department on Teesday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. Tho program will be given in the high school auditorium and will last for one hour. The grammar school pupils will present a program on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and the parents of these pupils are in vited to attend. On Wednesday af ternoon the high school pupils will present their program from 3 until 3:30, after which ushers will take the visitors through the school and show them the different departments and rooms. The go-to-school movement has been started in order that the pupils, teachers and parents may become more interested in each other as well as in the work. Parents who are in terested In the work and who will come to the school will be graciously received and shown tho work and the rooms of the various pupils. In this way the pupils will be encouraged. The aim is also to increase the at tendance. Up to tho present time the local school has a wonderful rec ord of attendance with 94.9 per cent. Every boy In Miss Ilattie W. Sayles's class, which Is the ninth grade, or first grade in tho high school, has been present every session this year. GERARD LEAVES HAVANA ON WAY TO WASHINGTON la party, wnich arrtrtU J'l'StBhlay from Coruna, Spain, on board the Span ish steamship Infanta Ysabel, did not remain here long. Mr. Gerard left this morning at 10 o'clock for Key West, Pla., on board the steamship Governor Cobb. He will arrive In Washington late today. As the sunrise gun at Castle Cabanas saluted with a jolting report the morn ing's first light and the burning disk began to play on the mists outside Ha vana harbor the black mass of the In fanta Ysavel, twelve days from Co runa, fairly leaped Into tbe sudden bril liant glow over the waters. Flags broke out on Morro castle even while the light In O'Donnel tower was still darting flashes seaward. A launch out beyond El Morro darted toward the Infanta, curving so near that the watchers aboard made out with perfect clearness the face and figure of the withdrawn ambassador. There was an expression on his face that needed translation Into no language. Even the Cuban boatmen understood that It was the expression of utter relief. No man alive was ever gladder to get home, and that is practically the only statement or sentiment for which Mr. Gerard consents to be quoted. On ev ery essential topic, including his politi cal preference», be refuses quotation and must continue so to do until Presi dent Wilson formally terminates his ambassadorial status. SHIPPING NEWS Pue at New York March 13. Metapan left Havana March 9. E. Van Belgie left Calais February. Havana left Havana March 10. City of Savannah left Savannah March 10. El Mar left New Orleans March 8. ■Elizabeth Maersk left Cienfuegos March. Marengo left Hull February. Blsp left Reyklavlk March Massapequa left San Juan March 7. Comal left Tampa March 8. Lampasas left Galveston March 7. Rio Grande left Brunswick March 10. One'· Neighbor1· Burden. If a little fairy should appear and make visible the load every mortal car ries, some startling discoveries would result and our sympathies and charity broaden.—New York Ereolng Sun. AN AGED COUPLE Tell How They Regained Strength and Vigor. Steubenville, Ohio. — "My husband Is 79 years old and 1 am 78 years of age and we owe our good health to VI nol, the greatest strength creator and medicine there is. When either one of us get into a weakened, run-down β·η dition. Vinol has never failed to build us up and restore strength. We have often said we would not be living now were it not for Vinol."—Mary A. Lee. The reason Vinol is so efficient in building up strength for weakened, feeble old people is because it contains beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese peptonates and glycerophos £ hates, the most successful tonics nowrt. We wish every person in Perth Am boy who is suffering from a weakened, run-down, devitalized condition would try Vinol on our guarantee to return their money if it fails to benefit. United Cigar Stores Co., Drug Dept., Perth Amboy. Vinol la sold in Houth Amboy by Edwin H. Jacques. Also at the leading drug store In all New Jer »ey towns,—Adv. ST A TEN ISLAND CIVIC LEAGUE ΤΑΚ OVER ISLAND BILLS Transfer and Cheaper Ferry Matters Before Legislature Discussed at Speoial Meeting Friday at Borough Hall. Special to the EVENING NEWS. Tottenville, Mar. 12:—At a spécial | meeting of the Staten Island Civic League Friday night at Borough Hall bills Introduced In the legislature by Senators Cromwell and Sesselberg at Albany were discussed. William Wirt Mills, vice president, presided and among those present were Bor ough President VanName, Commis sioner of Public Works Morrison, District Attorney Fach and Assem blyman Sesselberg. A bill was ap proved providing that in cities of the first class owning and operating fer ries, the fare for passengers shall not exceed two cents a trip, ferries oper ated under lease being excepted. This would give Staten Islanders α two cent fare on the municipal ferry from St. George to Manhattan. The meeting also adopted a bill amending the Public Service Com mission law so as to empower the commission to compel, in cities of the first class, the interchange of transfers between any municipally operated ferry lino and any surface, subway or elevated line operating cars or trains to and from either terminus of such ferry lino, upon such division of the five-cent fare as the Public Service Commission may be determined to be reasonable, pro per and just. Senator Cromwell and Assemblyman Sesselberg were re quested to oppose the pending Daly Yonkcr bill, which the Island de nounces as vesting in the city govern ment an autocratic control of the Richmond waterfront such as it does not possess In relation to any other borough. A vote of thanks to Assemblyman Sesselbcrg and Senator Cromwell was carried unanimously for their devo tion to the Interest of the borough In working in harmony. Sesselberg is a Democrat and Cromwell a Repub lican. James Laing represented the I Tottenville branch at the meeting. EXHIBITION AT EVENING TRADE SCHOOL TONIGHT Special to the EVENING NEWB. Tottenville, March 12—An exhibi tion of Industrial activity and voca tional education will be hold at the Tottenville Evening Trade School to night and tomorrow night. Two oi the largest Industries 011 the Island, the S. S. White Dental Company ahd the Atlantic Terra Cotta Company contributing to the exhibit. The for mer will show α dentist's office com pletely equipped, together with the va rious dental articles manufactured at the company's plant at Prince Bay. The exhibit will be op.en from 7 to 11 o'clock both night. The motion pic tures will bo shown from 8 to 9 o'clock tonight aaly. The seconQ^^BH^i^^he exhibit will liu; Ished products of the plant be shown, but various etages of the actual work will be seen In the class rooms. Charles U. Thrall of the terra cotta concern will lecture tomorrow night in the school auditorium at 8 o'clock, The lecture will be illustrated by ster eopticon views. Other classes In the school will hold special exhibits on these nights. AU interested are invited to attend. There will be prizes given for the best es says on "My Occupation," at this time. Principal I. David Cohen, of the school, is expecting to welcome a large crowd at both nights. MAJOR DEGREE OF KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS YESTERDAY Tottenville, March 12—Fifty candi dates of the four councils of the Knights of Columbus on Staten Island received the major degree of the or der at the club house, Stapleton, last night. Five of the candidates were for Tottenville Council, of which Thomas Butler is the grand knight. The three degrees of the order were put on by the officers of the three councils. Assumption Council offi cers conferred the first degree, Rich mond Council the second and the Tot tenville Council part of the third, with District Deputy Flanigan and State Deputy Finnigan, of Brooklyn, the full degree. There were more than three hun dred from all parts of the island, to gether with a number of district dep uties from Manhattan and Brooklyn taking part In tho work. After the degree work the new candidates were entertained at a banquet In the hall down stairs. The affair was one of tho best the local councils had held in some time. TOTTEMLLE Mr. and Mrs. W. Wallace Laird, of Bentley street, entertained yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Cole and Mr. and Mrs. William Littell, of Brooklyn, and Miss Carolyn Colbmp, of Christfleld, Md. Mrs. Victoria Furgereon, of Belmar, and her daughter, Mrs. Besslo Lock wood, of Manhattan, were the guests over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cluney, of Tyrrell street. Mr. and Mrs. August Miller, of Roosevelt, visited relatives here yes terday. Mrs. Nathan Alschuler and son Milton have returned home after a visit In Manhattan and Brooklyn. Miss Evelyn S. Hoehn spent the week end with her grandmother at Sheepshead Bay. Sergeant Charles R. Cleveland, of the 99tli precinct station, has been granted four days leave because of the death of his brother In Manhattan. Sergeant George Conboy, of the 80th precinct station, is here in his place. The monthly meeting of the Co-Op erative School Club will be held In the auditorium of Public School No. 1 to morrow afternoon. The annual elec tion of officers will take place at this time and other Important matters will come up. The Tottcnvllle A. C. Jrs. have com pleted arrangements for the theatre party at the Palace theatre tomorrow. Gail Kane in "The Red Woman," will be tlie feature picture. Value of Advertising. From η capital of $20,000 to $25,· 000,000 In 12 years through advertis ing Is the record of a St. Louis cor poration. The doubter of the virtue of printer's Ink properly distributed and of the right quality Will find a lot of food for thought in that fact.—SU Louis Star, M HARVEY DIPS DEAD ON TIN Conductor on Staten Island Rapid Transit for Fifteen Years Succumbs Early This Morning. Special to the EVENING NEWS. Tottenville, Mar. 12—John Harvey, of Arthur Kill road, a conductor· on the Staten Island Rapid Transit rail road, dropped dead on a train leaving Tottenville at 6:40 o'clock this morn ing. Mr. Harvey was about fifty years old and had been in the employ of the Rapid Transit for more than fifteen years. Ho was working on the train with Conductor Harry Wil liams this morning and at the time he was seized with the fatal attack was standing between the first- and second cars talking to H. Gerbaulet, the newsdealer of Main street. He fell over in a faint into Gerbaulet's arms. With the assistance of Con ductor Williams and others on the train he was carried into the car. The train was brought to a stop at Atlantic and an effort was made to revive him, but without avail. The train proceeded to Pleasant Plains, where he was taken to the railroad station. Dr. Decker, who keeps a drugstore near tho station, was sum moned and Dr. Coleman, of Totten ville, who arrived shortly afterward, pronounced the man dead. Coroner James Vail, of Rosebank, gave Un dertaker Ferd Garretson, of Perth Amboy, permission to remove the body to Mx·. Harvey's home in Arthur Kill road. Mr. Harvey besides hla widow is survived by his mother, Airs. Phoebe Harvey, an old resident of Perth Amboy, ancî a daughter, Mrs. Harry Finlay, of Tottenville. Ho began his railroad career on the Lehigh Valley railroad a number of years ago. He was a member of Huguenot Lodge No. 381, F. & A. M., of Tottenville, and the Order of Railroad Conduc tors. EVAN6ELISTS OF BILLY SUNDAY AT CHURCHES Special tn the EVENING NEWB. Tattenville, March 12.—Billy Sunday evangelists stirred up considerable en thusiasm in the local Methodist churches here yesterday. Represen tatives of the Sunday party were at Bethel church, both morning: and even ing services. At the evening service one of the soloists was present and sang. There was a large congregation at St. Paul's church in the afternoon to hear the evangelists that spoke at that time. At St. Mark's church, Pleasant Plains, there was a large con gregation out at both services. PLEASANT PLAINS Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Magee have returned from Old Bridge, where they attended the futijral of her brother . Charles Raymond, of the week end. Mrs. Reuben Gandy, Sr., is recover ing at the Staten Island hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Swade visited in Perth Amboy Saturday night. Miss Lena Mltterway of the Staten Island hospital nurses staff, has been visiting her sister here. Frank Nichols, of Huguenot, was at Falrhaven, Conn., last week. Joseph Nell has returned to An nadale from the border, where he had been with the G9th regiment. Frank Maguire has taken over the Old Homestead hotel in Prince Bay road from Charles Werner. An important meeting of the Wo man's Christian Temperance Union will bo held tonight at St. Mark's church. Arthur L. Torrcnce will lecture on "The Morro in the Philippines," at the Rossville school tonight. Tho lecture will be illustrated by stereopticon views. U. S. Grant Council, Jr. O. U. A. M„ meet tonight. INSISTS ON 1875 TREATY. German Foreign Secretary Say» U. 8. Cannot Seize Shipa Here. Berlin, via Wireless to Sayvllie, March 12.—"The treaty of 1875 with the United States is still lu force, and I expect America to keep it. The treaty also provides for the eventuality of war, and if America wants to stand on the basis of International law, then she cannot seize German ships lying in American ports." Foreign Secretary Zimmcrmann is quoted as making the above statement to a representative of the Budapest newspaper Vilag. He reiterated his as, sertlon of a few days ago that war or peace between Germany and the Unit ed States "depends solely upon Presi dent Wilson" and that Germany has spoken her final word regarding unre stricted U-boat warfare and will not recede from her position. GRANDMOTHER KNEW There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard But the old-fashioned mustard-plaste? burned and blistered while it acted. You can now get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave, without the pla ter and without the blister. Musterole does it. It is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mustard. It is scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does not blister -the tenderest skin. Just massage Musterole in with the finger tips gently. See how quickly; it brings relief—how speedily the pain disappears. Use Musterole for sore throat, bron chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago/ pains and aches of back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil« blains, frosted feet, colds of the ches^ (it often prevents pneumonia). The Maccabees ["When the Wor! M)OT lab Gold AX When things go wrong—when you are blue and lonesome—you doubtless often feel that the World is cold. How about the dear wife and helpless children ? Don't you want a warm spot somewhere in this cold World for them when you are gone? Join the great order of The Maccabees. Where not alone friendship and sympathy, but the practical benefits of Fraternal Insurance are brought to highest development. Assets over $21,000,000. Over 5,600 Lodges, with over 300,000 Members. Over $90,000,000 paid in benefits. Established 1878. A Maccabee Certificate is as good as Cold. Protect your family if you die, provide for yourself in accident and old age. Let us tell you about our new 20 Pay Life Certificate. It is mighty popular. For Further Particulars Apply to Peter Jensen, S. Lt Com., A 100 SHERMAN ST., Jj FTPuUSm Jefferson Tent. No. 43. NOTICE. Ι Notice Is hereby Riven that Peter F. ' Daily, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the County of Mid dlesex, will sit in the County Court House in the City of New Brunswick oil Monday, March 12, 1917» between the hours of eight o'clock a. m. and five o'clock p. m., for the pur pose of granting orders to each person entitled to vote at the special election to be held in Woodbridge Township on Tuesday, March 13, who proves to his satisfaction that he has moved from the election district in Woodbrldge Town ship in which he was registered since the day on which he did register to another distriçt in said township, di recting the Board of Registry and Elec tion of the. district to which he has moved to place his name upon the register of such election district, and for the further purpose of determining disputes over which he may have Juris diction, and for all other purposes as provided for and required by law, and Notice Is further given that said Judge will also sit in the County Court House in the City of New Brunswick on Election Day, Tuesday, March 18, 1017, between the hours of eight o'clock a. m. and seven o'clock p. m.. for the pur Eose of granting orders of transfer as eretofore set forth, for tho purpose of determining disputes over which he may have jurisdiction, and for all other purposes as provided for and required by law. Dated March 7, 1917. PETER F. DAIiT, Judge. &253-3-8-5t NOTICE. Sealed bide and proposals will be re ceived and opened by the County Build* ing Committee of the County of Middle sex, at a meeting of said Committee tç be held at the County Record Bulldinj in the City of New Brunswick, N. J., on Monday. March 2β, 1917» . <■ at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, for the furnishing: and installation of furniture equipment for a new build* ing on the County Farm, located in North Brunswick Township. Middlesex County, according to specification and illustrations on file in the office of Ed ward Burt, Cdunty Collector, New Brunswick, New Jersey, or at the of fice of Alexander Merchant, Architect] 363 George St., New Brunswick, N. J. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check to the amount of Two Hundred (1200.00) Dollars. Check shall be drawn on a National Bank or Trust Company of New Jersey, payable to the order of Edward Burt, County Collector, without any conditional en dorsements whatever. The successful bidder must enter into a contract, prepared by the County Building Committee and furnish a sure ty bond in the amount of the contract price within ten (10) days after con tract has been awarded. The said Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bide which may seem best in Its judgment for the in· tereets of the County. ANTHONY J. GEBHARDTL ANDREW ELY, «* ALFRED T. KERR, >unty Building Comm tee, AtteeJ^^^ AS.Perlmuter'sLoan Office ! 199 Smith Street ' PERTH AMBOY, NEW JERSEY To the Public in General and My Friends and Patrons in Particular—For Their Convenience I Have now established a LOAN OFFICE Hereafter 1 will loan money on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and all valuable article·. Hotels INDIAN RIVER and ROCKLEDGE jj Rockledgc, Fia. Located 150 miles below Jacksonville on the Indian River, in the midst of the famous Indian River orango ! groves. A great deal of money has been spent on the J property, making the hotels equa to the best in the state. ; Hunting· and fishing as good as there is to be had in < ; Florida. One of the great attraction» is the golf course, ! ! one of the best in the South. Boating, motor boating, J | tennis, billiards, pool and dancing. Ί | Accommodates 400. "Wuite for circular. Address : W. W. BROWN, I Rockledge, Florida. ] Summer season, Oranliden Ilotel, Lake Sunapce, Ν. H. ! www··»»·»»·»#··##»···········#»—··* I Steady Work for Good Men Good men can secure good positions as motormen and conductors on Public Service Railway by applying at No. 127 Albany Street, New Brunswick any week-day between 2:30 and 4:30 P.M. All-year jobs at good payf Sick and death benefits paid.