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THIRD SET OF CARD PARTIES PROGRESS The third set of "endless chain" Card parties for the benefit of the local Red Cross Chapter has been completed with two exceptions. These two affairs will bo held shortly and the fourth round of parties will be commenced. The system being: used to secure funds consists of each hos tess entertaining three guests. Each of these guests then entertain three other women as their guests, this fiystem continuing for six rounds. The parties which have been held thus far follow: Mrs. W. H. Warr, hostess, Miss Margaret Wight, Mrs. Joseph Fuller, Mrs. George Fales; Mrs. D. P. Olmstead. hostess, Mrs. "Wilbur LaRoe, Mrs. George Haddon and Mrs. G. W. Tyrrell; Mrs. I. T. Mad sen, hostess, Mrs. Hcman Ander son, Mrs. Joseph Burns, Mrs. Will W. Ramsey; Mrs. William Doe, hos tess, Mrs. Marion Merries, Miss Jetta ÉJtacey and Miss Winifred Putnam; Miss Laura Brodhead, hostess, Mrs. W. W. Hodges, Mrs. George W. Howell, Mrs. Ferdinand Andrews; Mrs. K. W. McComas, hostess, Mrs. Ralph Seaman, Mrs. Albert Hollen bach and Mrs. William DeHaven; Mrs. William Chamberlain, hostess, Mrs. Jane H. Stacey, Mrs. Sidnoy Riddlestorffer and Miss Cornelia Watson. Every guest is expected to enter tain in her turn, whether a member of the local Red Cross chapter or Hot. Each guest and hostess pays fifty cents. The failure of one wom an to entertain in the third or fourth round will mean the loss of consider able money to the Red Cross. There will be six rounds and If each woman entertains as expected, there will bo $728 secured from the card parties tor the Red Cross. TO HAVE LAWN FETE The lawn fete of the HoFy nonary church muy bo postponed until the first clear night, If the weather doee not permit it to be held on the sched uled time, tonight and tomorrow night. The committee bag worked hard for the success of the fete, and should the weather clear up, they feel sure that the people will enjoy themselves at the many novel attrac tions that have been prepared. PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. William M&tlner, of Ilayonne, are the parents of a baby girl. Mrs. Mailner wan formerly Miss Cora Erickson, of this city. Miss Emily Jacobsen, of Rcctor street, entertained a number of friends yesterday at a luncheon in honor of Miss Winnie Pu in mm, who leaves in a few days to spend the summer in Massachusetts. Mrs. George Hadden, of High street, entertained a number of wom en at cards yesterday afternoon. $ Mrs. Lavlna Rankin and errand son, Thomas Christopher, Jr., of Centre street, left yesterday for Prince Ed Ward Islands, Canada, where they will spend the summer with relatives, returning- to Perth Amboy about September 15. Miss Sofle Grelner, of Madison avenue, and cousin, Miss Marlon Hirner, of Woodbrldge, are register ed at the Eldwise, Asbury Park, for two weçks. Mrs. I. R. Crouse and daughter Katliryn, of State street, are spending a few weeks at Mil ford. Miss Myrtle Trauger, of First stroet, is spending a week at Blooms bury. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. T.iddle, of Rec Htrnof n *·"» .. Amboy, .«it service and . .uw days furlough, vls and Mrs. C. H. Miller, of ^ ~tM4.no Place, last night. ~Mrs. Ε. N. Einhorn and daughter I>orris, of Woodbrldge, are visiting1 friends at Compton avenue. Mrs. Waltor Aber, of Keansburg, returned yesterday from a visit to Mrs. Soren Jensen. Mrs. L. Hancock and Miss Ruth Hancock, of Jefferson street, left today for a visit in the west where they will visit relatives in Harrisburg, Pa., and Minneapolis, Minn. Miss Elberta Kingsbury, of Grand Rapids, Mich., formerly a teacher in the local schools, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Mildred Westcott, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wllbert Westcott, of High street, was taken to her home this morning after having been oper ated upon In the local hospital for ap pendicitis. CANOE CLUB TO MEET The Po Ambo Canoe Club will hold ftn important meeting tonight at 8 ^'/clock at Soft eld* s clubhouse. The club, which Is a new one this season, has added a number of canoes to Its fleet this week. Reports from the various committees formed at the last business meeting will be read to night. TO AID RED CROSS AT DANCE TUESDAY Part of the proceeds of the dance of the local Girls' Friendly Society which will be held next Tuesday night In St. Peter's parish house will go toward the local Red Cross Chap ter. Committees have been appoint ed by the girls and they expect to conduct a successful affair. DISCUSSION OVER RIPARIAN RIGHTS Question Whether City Has Right to Occupy Water Front Property. The question of whether the city of Perth Amboy has the necessary ripar ian rights to occupy certain water front property in this city or whether, it is "squatting:" with no rights, was brought before the Board of Har bor Commissioners at a meeting of that body last night. The clerk was Instructed to write Immediately to the v»State Board of Commerce and Naviga tion and make an appointment whereby this matter could bo discussed in or der that it will be known just what property is legally occupied. The let I ters read at last night's meeting were I from John ('. chief engineer of I < he State Board of Commerce und Nav. igatlon and had been referred to the ! Harbor Board, city engineer ana city ί attorney, by the local Board of Alder ! men for action. I The letter from the state board was dated June 29 and stated that if some ; action was not taken within ten days ; the matter would be turnod over to the 1 attention of the attorney general. The communication asked by what author I ity the city of Perth Amboy occupied certain lands flowed by tide water** at the city dock property, at the ferry slip at the foot of Smith street, and at the foot of many other streets abutting on water courses. The let ter also Informed the board that squat ters were llablo to pay seven per cent, interest on the value of tills land from the time of their ocupatlon without authority. Tho matter was the first ι business taken up at the meeting. It I Is expected that the state board will i be able to tell tho local board just I what property It has the necessary ! right to and that upon which it is "squatting." President James F. McGulre report ed that ho had succeeded in collecting all bark rent from tho firm of Her mann & Hermann which has taken over the business of the Bothamley Chemical Color & Extract Company, ! this company's factory being located on tho city dock property. The rent amounted to $1,040. The clerk also reported having received $85.50 in rents from Patrick White & Sons. The clerk was authorized to notify Poulsen & Rohr that the city dock, I which is being repaired by Que Wlck | berg, would be in a condition by the latter part of next week so that the ! work of putting in the large sewer could be started. Commissioner Cook, chairman of the building committee, | reported that work on the city dock and bulkhead was progressing favora bly, Inclement weather this week hav ing held the contractor back some what. The dock is being so repaired that it will be practically new, as will the bulkhead. It was decided to renew Insurance policies on buildings owned by tho board for one year. Bills were order ed paid, after which the meeting ad journed. Those present were President James P. McGulre, Commissioners William P. Bradley and Henry Koch and Clerk John Hanson, Jr. RHàS. H. EDMIIIfi) MADE JAMESBURG HOME HEAD By Special Corresppttdent. Trenton, July 12—The trustee/a of the State Homo for the Boys at Jameaburg have elected Charles H. Edmond, of this c.lty, for seventeen years probation officer of Mercer county, to the head of the home. He succeedM Captain Richard J. Duever, who resigned, having been called for war duty, with the National Guard, of which he Is a member in the quar termaster's corps. LODGE CIRCLES —- Installation of officers of the Dana Relief Hoclety took place last night at Dana hall. Past President A. Nissen, acting as the installing officer placed Esklld Tjornelund in the presi dent's chair, and Jens Jensen in the vice president's chair. After the in stallation refreshments were served. — -Star of Grace Lodge, Shepherds of Bethlehem's new officers will be installed at the meeting of the lodge tonight. — A meeting of Court Standard, No. Ill, Foresters, of America, was held last night. — Members of Court San Salvador of the Daughters of Isabelle are planning to attend In large numbers j !the Initiation of new candidates at New Brunswick on Sunday that is being held under the auspices of Court Loretto of that city. The ini tiation will take placo In Columbia hall, Somerset and Division streets, beginning at 3 o'clock in the after noon. District Deputy Grand Master George E. Newton and staff, com posed of members of Essex County .Lodge, of Rah way, will come here to night to Install the newly elected and appointed officers of Valhalla Lodge, No. 275, Odd Fellows. Preparations j have been made by the officers for a ι reception to the deputy and staff. A I collation Is to be served. City Briefs —Excise Commissioner Thomas Lu cas, of Washington street, returned last night from Wildwood, where he attended the annual state convention of the New Jersey State Association of Eagles last week. Mr. Lucas, who is a past worthy president of Perth Am· boy Aerie No. 1,580, Fraternal Order of Eagles, was re-elected state inside guard for another year at the conven tion. BAER WINS NORTH DAKOTA. Former Democrat Elected to Congre»» by Nonpartisan League. Fargo, Ν. Γ)., July 12.—Headquarters at (iriind Forks of Ο. B. Burtnees, lead ing Republican candidate for congress in Tuesday's election, conucded victory to .Toiin M. Baer of Fargo by a plural ity of 1,500. Latest returns, with 212 precincts missing, give Baer a plurality of 1,305. Baer is barely over the age of twenty· five, required for representatives in congress. He is η graduate of Law rence university, Appleton, Wis., and holds a degree as civil engineer. He was a Democrat originally and was ap pointed postmaster at Beech, N. D., by President Wilson, but gave up the place to draw cartoons for the nonpar tisan organ at Fargo. He is a nephew of Uw Lui» James Whltcouib liiinj. f ' UNION EXCURSION OFF TO ASBURY PARK TODAY The Union Sunday school excursion to Asbury Park started from the C. R. R. station at 9:24 this morning, pre ceedlng the 9:14 local passenger train, which was late. Over 800 men, women and children braved the threatened Inclemency of the weather and nearly filled the twelve cars, leaving little room for the South AmJboy contingent who number about 300 people. Many parents ac companied their children lending great assistance to the Sunday school of ficers. Several friends waited for the regular train which followed later, to be able to stay longer at the shore. Hundreds of food hampers and box es were seen among the happy crowd and the railroad station presented quite a gala appearance, with the merry children, happy parents and gaily attired girls and busy attendants. K. OF G. TO ARRANGE FOR EXCURSION AUGUST 9 One of the important features of to night's meeting of San Salvador Coun cil of the Knights of Columbus, will be the report of the committee on the oxcursion. For this annual event the council has secured the steamer "Grand Republic," one of the largest excursion boats in New York harbor. The "Grand Repuiblic" has a license capacity of 3,600 and those planning to go are assured there will be plenty of room on board for all. The large boat was chartered because of the fact that on the two provlous excur sions of the Knights of Columbus the steamer was crowded to capacity. With a larger boat the committee feels that all danger of overcrowding has been removed. The date selected for the excursion Is August 9th, and after a sail up the Hudson to Tarry town, a stop will be made at Palisades Amusement Park. The park has many new attractions this season and it was chosen again for the stopping place of the Knights' excursion by popular request. Tonight's meeting of San Salvador Council will take up further details In connection with the oxcur sion, announcement of which will bo made later. DAVISON ENLISTS RYAN IN RED CROSS SERVICE Washington, July 12.—Henry P. Davt Bon, chairman of the Red Cross War Council, has recruited another big busi ness man to the cause. He Is John D. Ryan, president of the Anaconda Cop per company, who, in addition to his big tasks In that capacity, will lie di rector general of military relief for the Red Cross. Mr. Ryan will succeed Colonel Jeffer son R. Kean, U. 8. Α., who has been recalled from service In the Red Cross and Is to be placed in charge of the 100 United States army ambulance sections In the theater of war In Fiance. In making this appointment Mr. Da vison said: It ta due to Colonel Kean'a magnificent work In organizing bnae hospital units In :hla country that the Red Cms» organlza 'ion was the first to carry the American lag to France after our entrance Into »nr. Colonel Kean la peculiarly qualified 'or the great work he la to do abroad. The department of military relief, of iphlch Colonel Kean haa been In charge, a of supreme Importance In the work of he Red Croas and τ/e are therefore moat ortunate In obtaining the admlnlatrattve r;n.'u» ύ! vork. \ Position Is Important. \ Like Judge Lovett and other able and luccessful business men who are con ributlng their services to the nation hrough the Red Cross In this war, Mr. Ryan will In this way be able to do his )lt In a position of Immense Importance. The Red Cross War Council Is perfectly lelighted to procure his services. John D. Ryan has had an extraordinary business career. Starting from a clerk ship In a small store In the mining regions Michigan, he has become president of fhe largest mining company In the world. Mr. Ryan's business Interests are largely In Montana. There hs has lived and still stays a greater part of the time. He will therefore be a representative of the north west In the great volunteer organization now being perfected to carry out the plans of the American Red Cross. Mr. Ryan's personal service will supple ment the already large contributions made to the Red Cross by the copper com panies In which he Is Interested. The An aconda company alone declared a Red CrnHe dividend of J1.000,000. Mr. Ryan will supervise the bureau of medical service, the bureau of nursing service and the bureau of supplies, all of which are concerned In furnishing volun tary aid to the sick and wounded of the United States forces. As chief staff offi cers he will be assisted by representatives from the army and navy departments. Maintenance of the fifty and more Red Cross base hospitals organized by Colonel H&an will be one of the largest tasks im mediately before Mr. Ryan. Seven of these units are already in service in Eng land and France, and the remainder are subject to call by the war department at any time. ?Vlany mportant ι riki. He will also have charge of all Red Cross efforts to supply such medical needa as the Red Cross may be called upon by our army and navy anywhere to provide Very important among these tasks will be service In connection with the sixteen army cantonments now being developed for training our great army next winter. Another very Important task which will come under Mr. Ryan will be to direct Red Cross preparation In America to sup plement the work of the army in caring for the health and comfort of the Amer ican .troops in France. Thorough study f>f the American camps and the needs ol American troops abroad is being made by the Red Cross commission to France, headed by Major Grayson M. P. Murphy and work is already under way there tc provide for immediate necessities. Colonel Jefferson R. Kean was detailed by th#» war department to the Red Croat service nt the request of the executive ! committee June 15, 1916, to organize the de partment of military relief. Here his chlei work was to organize base hospital unit? In connection with medical centers, suet as the Presbyterian, Mount Slnia anr Bellevue hospitals at New York. Johni Hopkins hospital at Baltimore, Massa chusetts General hospital in Boston anc others. Before war was declared twen ty-six of these unite had been formed, ani the number has since been increased t( forty-three, with five navy base hospitals eighteen hospital units and fifty amhu lance companies. Through the Red Cross nnd private donations these base ho* pltals have purchased equipment, Includ lng beds, blankets, operating table», tents etc., at an expense of at least $^.400,000 —An Important meeting of Jeffersoi Review, No. 27, Woman's Benefit As soolation of the Maccabees, will b held tonight. __ CLASSIFIED ADS. j ; RECEIVED TOO UTM VOB \ \ · CLASSIFICATION. \ HELP WANTED, MALE YOUNG MAN, 17 to 18 year» old, learn drug business; good chance fo advancement. Address M. G., can News. PLUMBER'S HELPER wanted. Applj Chas. Slmkin, 210 New Brunswlcl Ave. JAMESBURG IN WHO REGISTERED These Men, With Serial Num bers, are Subject to Draft in Army Service. By Special Correnpotident. Jamesburg, July 12—Following Is printed the official' list of the names and ser!«! numbers of all of the young men between the ages of twenty-one end thirty, who registered here for army services. As in all other places every one who Is registered la request ed to And his serial number and make note of It so that he will know wheth er he is Included among those drafted when announcement is made In Washington. The complete James burg list follows: I 2715 Baira Horien. '2716 Jos. Shaw. ι 2717 Walter E. Sheleb· 2718 Herman W. Shostak. 2719 Henry T. Schneck. 2720 Fadale Sabbatlno. 2721 Vincent Stivers. 272 2 Geo. Terranova. 2728 Jos. Thompson. 27 24 Roy Γ. Pettle. 2725 Jos. Perdonl. 2726 Gulsseppl Tltono. 2727 James Vanhyce. 2728 Carmolne Pallino. 272fl Francisco Plcclullo. 2780 Podo Pantano. 2781 Prescott Quackenbush. 2732 Charles R. Richards. 2788 Duroyee Rhodes. 2734 Hugh J. Relllcy. 2735 Jos. Rlchluso. 2786 Russell Vorhees. 2737 Morris G. VanDevender. 2738 Geo. J. VanDcveer. 27 89 Charles Vanaglen. 27 40 Domonlck Vanelno. 2741 Wm. I;. Wilson. 2742 A. L. Boln Wyant. 2748 John Whitlock. 2744 William Williams. 2745 Robert Yetman. 2746 Caeimo Zintale. 2747 Harry L. Emmons. 2748 Louis P. Emmons. 2749 Daniel P. Emmons. 2750 Fren. R. Feirestein. 27 51 Antonio Feola. 2752 Salvatore Farlness. 27 53 Pietro Farnell. 27 54 Harry P. Firestein. 2755 Antonio Farlny. 2756 Fred W. Gunson, Jr. 27 57 Harry H. Holstein. 27 58 Charles A. Haros. 2759 Lincoln C. Hayes. 27 60 Clarence Reed Hunt. 2761 Geo. D. Hutchinson. 2762 Carmlno Fusco. 27 63 Ernest Fritz. 2764 James A. Gunsom. 2765 Pietro Garlbald. 27 66 Tltono Geovauen. 2767 Norman B. Jobe. 2768 Harry Jobe. 2769 Frank B. Jolley. 2770 Walter W. Jamison. 2771 John G. Jorgensen. 277 2 Charles Jaqul. 2778 Horace Jennings. 27 74 Erwln Kletzlng. 277 5 Frank Kucharski. 2776 Albert H. Ltnkey. 2777 Alfred R. Lange. 2778 Wm. H. Lowe. 2 7 79 Balavator Leduca. 27 80 Howard Morrell Lemlng. 2781 James D. Lincoln. 2782 Calogero Plpera. 2788 Benjamin Maleno. Tm— ββηΓβΙ Sr MaTanT 2788 Marcus 8. Miller. 2786 Gerald H. Noble. 27 87 Leonard Naro. 2788 Wm. A. Ryan. 27 89 John Perdonl. 2790 John J. Paladlo. 2791 Wm. F. Peddle. 2792 Wm. A. Glllland. 279 3 Wallace G. Goodman. 2794 Cleveland Ivans. 2795 Howard S. Asson. 2796 Geo. H. Applegate. 2797 Addison H. Applegate. 2798 L. Ernest Bennett. 2799 Isaac Burd. 2800 Fred. Barblorl. 2801 Harold W. Bennett. 2802 Wm. S. Bennett, Jr. 3803 Clarence W. Butterfleld. 2804 Gilbert Fox Baker. 2805 Albertus Bennett. 2806 Robt. Edw. Baremore. 2807 Walter Brese. 2808 James M. Brabstoe. 2809 Charles S. Bennett. 2810 Thomas F. Breen. 2811 Frank Brown. 2812 Nicola Barbure. 2813 John Barknowskl. 2814 I.eroy Holmes. 2815 Ruben Christen. 2816 Ezlkel A. Holmes. 2817 James T. Christy. 2818 Geo. R. Cole. 2819 Wm. Wlndeler. 2820 Raymond Tarlnl. 2821 Richard Cohens. 2822 W. M. Clark. 28 23 Danl. P. Delaney. 2824 Wm. Ady. 28 2 5 Charles H. Dreyllng. 2826 Raymond E. Day. 2827 Charles Ruben Dare. 2328 Fred D. Davidson. 2829 R. G. Davidson. 2880 Jos. H. Dey. 2831 Alvlp H. Debln. 2832 Archibald I.. Dey. 2883 Pasquale Dilawra. 2834 Kenneth W. Edwards. 2835 Rami. Edelman. 2836 Malcolm 8. Edgar. 2837 Herman L. Estelle. (To bo continued tomorrow) OBÎÎUÂHT Peter Joglowskl. Peter Joglowskl, formerly proprie tor of a saloon In Catherine street, this city, died Tuesday at his home in Syracuse, N. Y., arter a lingering: ill ness. He is survived by a widow, a eon and two daughters. Funeral ser vices will bo held from the home of his son. Baloslow Joglowskl, of Eliz abeth street, tomorrow morning, fol lowed by a service at St. Stephen's Polish church at 10 o'clock. Inter ment will be in St. Stephen's Polish cemetery. Theodore Wilbur Vaughan. By Special Correspondent. Tottenville, July 12—Theodore Wil bur Vaughan, seventeen years old, son of Florence C. Vaughan, nee Smith, and the late Charles Vaughan, a for mer resident, died last Saturday in Philadelphia. The funeral was held ι yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from . 5,855 Springfield avenue, Phlladel 3 phia. Joseph O. Pearson. By Special Correspondent. ' Woodbrldgo, July 12.—Joseph Ο i Pearson, a former resident of Wood I bridge, died at the home of hie brothei I near Little Falls yesterday. Mr. Pear j son, with his wife and daughter, Mrs I W. B. Krug, was hastening to hi* daughter's, Mrs. Wlllett Denike at the time of her husband's death on Juni 30, in his son Sidney Pearson's cai when he was stricken, with paralyse ! and taken to his brother's home neai , Little Falls. Mr. Pearson's- condition was considered serious from the first and hfc never rallied. The funeral ar rangements have not yet been com pleted. ROLL OF HONOR I In U»e Mosquito fleet, U. S. Navy. Claude Du Bois, Howard Lyon, ! Harry Hanson, George Sneath, Charles Kuboxetz, Albert Nelson, Lloyd Giiswold, Perth Amboy; Jack T. Scully, South Amboy; Charles Lowe, James Napier, Albert Dough erty, Karl Anderson, Totteevllle; Leo Uhrig, Wilhert Smith. Wil liam Britton» Charles Sproul Keyport; Jacob Lowenkopf, Keas bey; Victor Love, Woodbrldge; Fred Baier, Richard B. Carney. Matawan. In Medical Corna. John J. Oerba, John J. Cunningham Nell O'Brien, Charles Trout, Albert B. Mehaffey, Edward R. Proctor, Jr., George A. Dobson, William Behn. Arthur La Roe. Leo Qoldberger, Charles W. Hubbs. Leon Feder, Robert E. Spiegel. John E. Worobel. William G. Muth, George D. Garslck, William H. Nelson, Edward H. Ktnsey, Daniel B. Falls, Paul M. Wickham. Stanley F. Kaezmarck. John Stlne, Louis A. Polensky, Perth Am boy; William Deak, Roosevelt; Charles Weber, South Amboy; LeRoy Sproul, Keyport; Dr. J. D· Denelsbech, Epotswood; Dennis Klein, Keasbey; Roger Glmbemat, Sewaren; G- H. Merellth, Woodbrldge. In Navai rtewrve. Lewis Compton, J oil η McGolàrlck, Ν. Hatfield Tyrrell, Victor Rlccl, Lawr ence Oliver, Jo«eph Donohue. Ho ward Tangaard, Joseph Deegan, Ken neth l'lerson, Elner BJork. William Garla, Charles Nelson. Clifford D· Leon, Everett H. Larrlson. Leslie Daln, Earl L. Smith, Howard Hardlman, Perth Amboy; Charles AdK ns, Roose velt; Albert Klllmeyer, Jr., Alonao H. Wlnant, Kreischervllle, S. I.) Lester Fisher, Huguenot Park, S. I.; Walter Wilcox, Clifford Early. George Em mons. Cornelius White, Totteuvllle; Norman Hoag, Chaunoey B. Manee, Pleasant Plains; Raymond Butler, Richmond Valley; Louis Valentine, Woodbrldge. Marine Corns. William Oberta. t*erw Amboy: Ale* Lorenr, Carteret: Herbert Richards Heimetta; Kenneth Conover. Keyport. Engineers Corps. Alfred Thulleacn, Anthony P. Stark, Alfred P. Miller, Andrew Torlo, Jack S. Allen, Thomas J. Major. Christian Samose, Fred Richards, Gilbert B. Martin, Joseph Gibbons, Joeeph Mil ler, Joseph Lozesky, Annker E. An derson, Perth Amboy: Joseph Coley, Sewaren: John J. Cosgrove, George D. Sullivan, Mike M. Kuskey, Prank J. Novisk, Luke A. Lovely, South Amboy; Edward Fugel, Metuchen; Charles L. Watson, Staten Tsland: John McGrath, Harold M. Compton, Melvln L. Leek, James Hubbs. Belford: Fred Bauer, Keyport. Quartermasters rorpe. Earl B. Walker, Salvator Seres, Otto H. Miller, Ward W. Mulhern, Alfred W. Roessler, Perth Amboy. Y. M. 0. A. War Work Harold G. Lawton, Alfred M&thia seu, of Keyport. iicniui i;orps. Dr. Morris Golden. Aviation uirm. Llndley Henry, ttoiph W. Bauhahn, Perth Amboy; Ezrum 9. Walling, Ed· win A. Denton, Alexander A. Haupf, Albert Bray, Keyport: Gordon Apple by, Herbert Cornell. Bpotswood; Kendal From, Woodbrldge: William P. Coleman, Parlln. Motor Corps Roy Valentine, Woodbrldge. Signal turps. Francis Oliver, George Loftus, •Tohn J. Ilallahan, William A. Semple, George W. Stewart, James M. McNa mara, Salvator J. Çerrachlo. W. Stew are Hill, Perth Amhôv?*~H< Seabrooke Schanck, Harold tThrl*' Oaymoftd^Mo A-.nrtrr, laller Toyii' Woodbrldge; Frank Dugan, A. 3. Fels ter, South Amboy; Frederick F Webb, Tottenvllle. Omin. Allen N. Jones, Aymar V. Wood, George F. Steftner, Louis A. Hansen, Arthur H. Johnson, Howard H. John son, Mike Ivlns, John Wltkowskl, George M. Shea., George Dawson, Joseph M. Dalton, Paul A. Rlchter, Steve Lavay, Noah D. Relck, Axel C. Jensen, Frank H. Cannon, Jesse P. Jepson, George L. Olbrloh Ignatius M. Dlablk. Frank J. Balstha, George H. Prlhula. Michael J. Balstha, Elmer Lorenzen, Ilarry J. Collow, Joseph P. Ohmer. Albert M Kistrup, Sylvester Walicky, Peter Bllgrav, John R. Larson, Jr., Joseph W. Miller. Marco Nota, George S. Cora lnskl, Matthew J. Ballnt, Frank Shaz ynskl, Alex Molnar, Joseph Gregor skl, Felice Rueso, Androw Janderup, Cecil Buckelew, Steve Cooper. Stanley Llslckl, Alnkle Marcolim, Paul Solus kl, Victor Fabroico, Alfred C. Lar son, Perth Amboy; Leo R. Foley. An thony Jarnlck, George J. Traollnn, John C. Kreger, South Amboy; Ken neth Balliet, Tottenvllle; Edward Zlch, Harry Peterson. Fords; Leon Schanck, John B-ltton, Paul Stenzll, Matthew Brlskto, Earl Cherry, John J. Campbell, Keyport; Richard Letts, Sayrevllle; Lester B. Martin, Marian Annesa, Woodbrldge; Walter Terhune, Jamesburg; Lion A. Qulnn, South River. vunvia ·ο vw»yo· Perth Amboy: Edwin Kant, Char lei Wright, Herbert Rankin, Robert Lei Whitehead, Jr., John E. Toolan, Dav'.<l T. Wllenta, J. Bcott Burns, Joseph Mossopuet, Harold Cahen, William C, Boughton, William C. Brandt, Frank Allon, Philip Bellkove, George Aaroe, Andrew Jensen, Oliver F. Mitchell. Matawan: Henry T. Clark. Rosa Fountain, Raphael Devlin, William H. Sutphln, Harold 8. Close, George Muscle. Donald A. Hand, Harry Holmes. Keyport; George Gundrum, Jr., Holmes Cliver, South Amboy. Helmetta: Allan Phillips. Prince Bay, S. I.: Frank S. Bowne Woodbrldge: Walden H. McNalr, Charles Campbell, Runyon Potter, Berry Potter. Tottenvllle: Ernest Frerlchs, Jamesburg: R. J. Drever. In U. 8. Charles Magyar, Julius Magyei Carl Therkelsen, Joseph New man, William Newman, Percj Quackenbush, William Solt, Georgf Bitting, Leonard R. Vanrund, WUfrec Johnstone, Walter E. Cladek, Berl Lampe, Joseph F. Benyak, Holgei Carstensen, of Perth Amboy; Raj Dunn, James Jones, Chester Young Mike FriU, August Sebaeta, Vlncenl Ivan. Frank Margua, Joseph Heubb Patrick Kelly, of Roosevelt; Theo don Campbell, Metuchen; William D Bungert, Edward J. Damon, 8. Franl Mason, Jr., Theron Carter, Johr Heyer. Harold Menge, Fritz Hoagland Charles Sproul, Harry Decker, Win field Decker, Keyport; J. Raymonc Miller, Charles Woglom, Herber Jones. HJalmar Erlckson, Arthui Knott, Albert McDonald. Josepl GrlfHn. Jack Traltord, John Larsen Wilbur Gray. Edgar Price, Rlcharc Copeland, William Covell, Tottenvllle Edward Kftth, Charles J. Grelner Woodbrldge; James Fury, Raymoni Churchman, William Van Brunt, Mat a wan; Andrew L. Vallk, Helmetta Henry C. Hall, Bernard Feist, Jr., Hu guenot; Louis Peterson, Rlchraon* Valley. Intanfrx. From Perth Amtioj; Harry B. Wes ton, second lieutenant at Fort Leaven worth; David Luca·, First Regiment New Jersey National Guard; Clarenci Davenport, 8Sd Infantry; Rufus A1 len, Co. H. Third N. J. Infantry N. Q. Walter Oliver, Co. I. Second Infantry N. J. N. G.: Samuel Cohen. 2nd N. 3 Inf.. N G.; Abraham Lewkowlt*. jni Ν J. Inf., N. G-: Fred Borenson, coa« artillery: Arthur H. Ludwlgsen, in( H J. Inf., N. G.; Han» Roesaler, Ν. Β Coast Artillery; John 8. MoCreery *rd N. J. Inf., Ν. β. TEnllstcd here and sent to Fort Slo-i cum: Christ Estergaard. Joseph IClel-· nan, Mike Boltun. John Hlch*. Alezan, der Truskolaskl, Charlee Canary, Ell Ruber/eld, Emll I «wis, Joseph A Smith, Charles W Ohmer, Carmel4 Toscano, Monroe Herman, Jack 8om tdman, George Berlsh, William H. Gchwaru, John Dudash, William Ner lesky, Joseph W. Dakowskl, Joseph A. Karistcr, John Dudor, Llvlo Norman dla, Joseph S. McFarlane, Abe Berko* witz, Nlcodemus Burneckwaky, John Evan, Mike J. Kaplusclnskl, Ambrose Brennan, Fred Buckley. Herman Zafarowlcz, Andrew Bartush, Oscar R. Und, Everltt Moore, John F. Oranat Walter Kellar, Carlo Croce, Mtk· Croce, James β talker, Rofano D. Dumlao, Howard Davenport, William Holt, Adolph Gacat, Wojclecù Feln bocart, George M. Andersen, Mike Devorclk, Ell Jensen, William F. Fas ■Ik:, Richard Jeroff. Harry A. Lamp, John Hladtk, Wojcleh Gazda, Krlstos Mark os. John Basa, Mike Danlkow, Chris Rasmussen, Vln cent A. Warga, Herman Koplowlt^ Steve J. Sablna, Elmer Parlsen, Frank Kleman, Arthur J. Peterson, Joseph Orzechowsky, Steve Bartow, Martin L. Delts, Oliver C. Rogers, G. Brad fleld Coetes, Carl N. Hassao. Alack Denezlak, Herman B. Stein, Stanley F. Kacimarek, George W. Fazan, Frank Shak, George J. Marzl, NI» Dlnesen, Chris Anderson, Jr., Charles K. CoblraJ, Ignlclo Blancadon, Anto nio Paonl, Jal Plonl, Domlnlco Cape lupo, Roland Jensen, Craataw Fugowa kl, Hans P. Laurltsen, Tlncent Thom as, Chester I. Nesley, John Petesm haleks, Robert P. Holcroft, Charles Johnson, Oslp A Allkandrolck, Ed ward Fit*, Joseph Ward, Bus Gucat, Ansker, E. Anderson, Nicole Stella, Peter Sloboda, Andrew Dworakoskl, Matheas Hrattka, Alexander Del fonso, John Tamanllzl, John G. Wil son, Flank M. Ryborezyk, Steve Mich aels, Ernest W. Blair, Rudolph Peterson, Tony Cheney, Wladystaw Stempnlck, Joheps R. Sallwanchlk, Mike Skowronek, Leeter Torek, Thom as C. Gatle, Thomas A. Leonard, Frank Tozeek, Elner P. Petersen, Stefan Bagtaj, John Lesko, Alfred O. C. Jensen, Andrew E. Garslck, Samuel W. Reed, John O. Erdek From South Anbny: Francis Mlc'raet O'Leary, Steve Bishop, James A. Ma iler, Arthur J. Holmes, Edward L Gannon, George H. H. Williams, Christopher E. Mulraln. Thomas Korr, Seventh Regiment. N. Y. N. G.: Harold Hoffman, Charles Shlnn, Harry Ston aker, William Moss, Merton Ingraham, Co. H, Third N. J. Inf.. N. G.: Carter Bloodgood. Robert Fields, Troop Β, N. i. Cavalryj Leon Compton. John 'oltnl, James J. Jones, Co. I, 2nd N. J. Inf., N. G., Steve Kroslak. Helmetta: Albert Roserlck. Old Bridge: Edward C. Miller, Augustus Hillyer. Staten Island: John Leon Gardner, Norman DUge, John Hewitt, George Warner, Jr., Frank Grannandre, Peter McDonald. Tottenvllle; Richard Townsend, Edward Townsend, Robert Johnson, John H. Bennlng, Pleasant Plains; John W. O'Meara, Jr., Benjamin Peterson, Richmond Valley. Woodbrldge: Stanley E. Drummond, Wesley Hall, James T. McElroy. Sayrevllfe: Wllltam Llpplncott, Sev. enth Regiment, N. Y. N. G.; Walter Materna, John Systo. Monmouth Junction: Theodora Β Ordmond. Matawan: Stanley P. Magie, Caruso Ferraro. Metuchen: William Smith. Edward Breen, Kenneth Spear, Sterling E. Mayo. Roosevelt: lied Reldle, Joseph Young, T. Clayton Young, Charles Rapp, Frank Green, Edward Walsh, Peter Drengberg, Andrew Nugg, Frank Chaasle, Charles W. Hjtchlns, Ernest Burrowen, Roy Dunn. Keyport: Deyson Woodho*»·, Wil liam Muth. South River: Frank PszezulkowskL Matthew S, Nelson, William F. Splat ter. Belford: Otto W. Hlllman. Red Bank: Domlntck Calorlao. TIRE REPAIRING Let George Do It Phone 147J. 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