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RED CROSS AUXILIARY il
DOES MUCH WORK
The regular weekly meeting of the
Kennedale Park Auxiliary of the '
local Red Cross Chapter was held
yesterday afternoon in the work
rooms on Brace avenue. Bandages l
fuid pajama suits were worked on. 1
Nineteen triangular bandages and !
one pajama suit were completed at ;
yesterday's meeting. One pair of 1
knitted socks was turned In. The 1
workers yesterday were: Mrs. C. (
Jones in charge. Mrs. 8. Fugel, Mrs. ί
M. H. Madsen, Mrs. L. MacLeod, Mrs. '
J. I\ Jorgensen, Mrs. O. Chrlsteneen ■
and Mrs. W. C. Taylor.
Twenty members of the l.ittle
Snippers Club arrived after school j
hours and worked with their usual \
enthusiasm, the snips dropped from
their hands like snowflakes falling ,
from a wintry sky. The Snippers
yesterday were Gladys Lamp, Ethel |
Hansen, Grace Struve, Mary Mac-ι
Leod, Ruth Taylor, Edith and Bcuioh '
Smith, Gertrude Richter, Alice Han- j
son, Edith Ryan, ('aria Rasmussen, j ]
Katrina Peterson, Engrid Clausen,
Sue Bronnan, Jeanette Miller, Martha ; ι
Peterson, Marie Madsen, Anna Chris- j
tensen, Gertrude Samuelscn and ;
George MacLeod.
R. Y. C. AUXILIARY
TO MEET TOMORROW ;
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Rari- ■
tan Yacht Club will hold their regu- j
lar monthly meeting tomorrow after- ;
noon at 3:30 o'clock at the clubhouse
in Water street.
Cards will be played informally at <
2:30 o'clock prior to the meeting <
time and any persons wishing to play <
cards are invited to do so at that ;
time. Mrs. Peter C. Olsen, president
of the auxiliary, is anxious to have η
large attendance of the membership <
present at the meeting tomorrow. I
PLAN FOR ANNIVERSARY |
The thirty-fourth anniversary of!
the instituting of the Dana Relief So
ciety will be held at Dana hall Sat
urday night, October 27, according to
the announcement made last night at
a meeting of the society. A commit
tee named some time ago to arrange
for the affair, is working* hard to
make theanniversary a success. It
will be held for the members and their j
friends. There will be an entertain
ment and a supper will follow.
CONCERT NOV. 3
The Singing Society Frem mot last
night at its club house in Lehigh ave
nue and arranged for α concert to be
held at Washington hall Saturday
night, November 3, for the benefit of
the Danish Orphans Home. The sing
ing Society Denmark of Newark, will;
assist the local society in the pro-.
gram, which is expected to be one
of the best ever presented here for!
the benefit of the children's home. A !
social time followed the meeting.
"GYM" CLASsToNIGHT
The "gym" class of the Presbyteri- !
an Christian Endeavor Society will
meet, tonight in the chapel. At the
business session the talked of ρ lay ;
that they are going to give in a few t
weeks will be planned.
Lawyers' Night Will be Held
Tonight With Anchor Coun
cil, Jr. 0. U. Α. IV!., as Hosts
The October meeting of the Middle
sex Pp.st Councilors Association of the
Junior Order United American Me
chanics, will be held at Woodbridge j
tonight. Anchor Council, Jr. Ο. V. I
A. M., will be the host on this occa- j
sion and the meeting will be known
as "Lawyers Night," with several j'
prominent members of tlie order as
speakers. Recorder H. E. Pickersgill
will be the principal speaker of the
evening. County Councilor Albert'
Leu, a past councilor of Anchor
Council, is expecting to welcome a
large number of the members of the
order from the various councils
throughout the county.
Middlesex ( ouncll, No. 63, of this'
city^'^a^ners of the banner for.'
-ttr^Targes^W^^ntage of members are !
going up with a large delegation The
degree team of the local council will
work the third degree on a number of
candidates for Anchor Council at this j
time. They will meet at Odd Fellows' ι
hall at 7:30 o'clock and from there
go up to Wood bridge by trolley. At a'
meeting of the council last night the
flret and second degree was conf- rred
on a candidate and arrangements j
were made for the trip to Woodbridge
tonight. j
LOCAL SCHOOLS REPRESENTED'
AT ELIZABETH ft'EEiWS1
All of the principals of this city's
t>ublic schools, together with Superin
tendent Shtill, Miss Anne Neer and
Physical Director Harold Evans, at
tended the state convention of super
visors and principals held in Elizabeth
yesterday. Nearly three hundred del
egates were present from five coun
ties: Middlsox, 1'nion, Warren, Som
erset. and Hunterdon. The state mon- '
ograph on civics, history and geog-1
raphy was explained and discussed in |
£ufl. Most of the time of the after- ι
noon session was given over to lectures j
and talks on the new laws on physical
training; their place and use in the j
schools and the right way to get the ι
moHt good from physical training |
It was decided that all physical
training, henceforth, would be out-of
doors, weather permitting.
State Commissioner Kendall. Assist
ant Commissioners Hcott and Mere
dith were present and made address
es. The principle speaker was Doc- I
ior Strerken of Philadelphia, who ι
fiTû.νe a glowing talk on physical train
ing in the public school, its benefit to J
the health of the student* and the·
great moral uplift, it gives a child's
general character.
INCORPORATE TO AID N.J.
SOLDIERS AT CAMP DIX
til' VnUeA i*rcaL.
Trenton, Oct. 4:—The New Jersey
Woman Suffrage Association Holding I
Company, of 207 Brourt street, Kllza- !
heth, has filed articles of incorpora
tion with Secretary of State Martin,
fend 1* authorised to lasue $10,000 in
capital «tock. One of the plans of
the organization, It is understood, is
Jo erect a rest room and restaurant
lk| ρ amp Dix, Wrightstown.
MISE $187.25 AT
RUMMAGE SALE
The sum of $187.25 was realized
>y the three (lays rummage sale for
he benefit of the Danish Children's
lome held at 70 Smith street, for the
>ast three days. The sale was held
mder the auspices of the Ladies' Aid
Jocioty of the home and the money
vill be applied io the furuaco fund
or payment of the furnace that has
>een installed into the home. The sum
if $150 was realized at a sale held
ome time ago. The heating: apparti
ns cost about $400 and with tht? two
imounts already secured the ladies
lave the furnace nearly paid for.
The Ladies' Aid wish to thank aît
hose that contributed to the sale and
îelped to make it a success and also
hey wish to thank William D. Vor
iees for the use of the store where
he sale was held.
HALLOWE'EN SOCIAL
Plans for a Hallowe'en social were
nade by Violet Hebekah Lodge, Odd
follows, last night at a meeting of
he lodge in Odd Fellows' hall, when
ι committee was named to arrange
or the affair. The committee includes
drs. Sophia Jensen, Miss Marie Mad
en, Mrs. Caroline Therkelsen, Mrs.
-I ugh Miller and Miss Ramberg. Arr
angements were also made for initia
ion of candidates at the next ineet
ng.
REHEARSAL TOMORROW
Mrs. Sarah Graff has been appolnt
d choir director of the Junior Choir
>f the Simpson M. E. church and has
ailed the children together for their
ehearsal tomorrow afternoon from
until 4:30 o'clock in the church.
i 11 children wishing to join a Junior
hoir of merit are invited to attend
he rehearsal tomorrow.
PERSONAL
Horace Evans, of New Brunswick,
vho has just recently returned to
imerica, after spending thirteen
îonths as an ambulance driver with
he American Red Cross, in France,
las been visiting at the home of Mr.
.nd Mrs. Thomas Flynn, of Harring
on street, for the past few days.
Mrs. Jesse Fox, of Meade street,
isited her mother, Mrs. William Bur
ew, at Keyport yesterday.
Air. and Mrs. George Jago, the
•lisses Katherine Handley and Alice
">olan and Thomas Handly, of this
ity, visited Thomas Handley. Jr., at
'amp Dix recently.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Hydo, of Harring
on street, spent yesterday at the
iippodrome in New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thcile and
laughter Marie, of Boston, are vis
ting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
'harles Bartenhagen, on Brace ave
itie.
Miss Charlotte Peterson, of Penn
treet, returned home yesterday from
visit with relatives in Poughkeep
ic.
W. G. Comings, of Gordon street,
as resigned from the position of let
er carrier in this city. Mr. Comings
uR been one of the oldest letter
arriers.
Mrs. Asher Randolph, of Wood
ridge, visited relatives fti this city
îday. V
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FOB W0QDBRID6E
Ordinance to Body to Act Upon
Local Improvements—
Other Business.
6ij Special Correspondent.
Wood bridge* Oct. 4.—At Its meeting
held last night, the township commit
tee passed an ordinance creating a
Board of Assessment for local im
provements, on the first and second
readings. The new board will have
charge of the assessment of property
Cor all improvements made in the
township in the future.
The clerk was instructed to corre
spond with the Board of Freeholders,
Co request them to notify the Public
Service Railways Company, that the
township desired that they < omplete
their paving work, between and about
the trolley tracks in Hah way avenue,
A'ith asphalt block.
A new note for $9,000 was ordered
discontinued to meet current expen
se». The report of the chief of police
showed forty-throe arrests for the
month of September, while the poor
report showed $305.8 2, and the rec
order's report showed $276.26.
Plans for the sewer in Sixth street,
Port Reading, were approved, and
Albert Lew was appointed inspector on
(ho Blair road sewer Improvement;
Jacob Weber on the Wedgewood ave
lu e work, while M. H. flu m was made
nspector on the Fords sewer.
The clerk was also instructed to di
*ect W. K. Whitaker, former collector
of the delinquent taxes, to made his
•eport to the committee at once.
PLAN TO BETTER WELFARE
ON NEW JERSEY NEGROES
Bj Special Correspondent.
Trenton, Oct. 4—For the purpose
of discus.· ing ways and means for the
success of the Bureau of Welfare and
Employment of the colored citizens of
the state, which is to be established
by the Department of Labor, a meet
ing has been arranged for the Assem
bly Chamber at the State House on
the evening of October 12.
É. L. De Paur, a prominent negro
of this cit)·, who is interested in the
movement, today sent ont a call to all
organizations in the state which are
doing similar work to be represented
at this conference, as well as any in
dividuals who are interested. Infor
mation as to the plans for the meet
ing may be obtained by writing Mr. De
Paur, whose office is at 12 Bank
street, this city. Ho is chairman of
the committee on arrangements.
GERMANY SURPRISED AT
ACTION OF HEP. ALLY
By JOHN GRANDENR
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Berlin, (via. London), Oct. Λ Ger
many's old guard of conservatives
were apparently «surprised today over
the endorsement, of Liberal sentiment
contained in the speech of Anstro
Hungarlan Foreign Minister Count
Ozernim, reiterating Austria's peace
aims as contained in the reply to
Pope Benedict. They apparently took
comfort, however, in the assurance he
voiced that Austria will not make a
separate peace.
Berlin newspapers printed Czer
nim's speech without comment, al
though lack of editorials may have
been due to the lack of time.
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; ABEJBCUSSEÏ
Board Last Night Favoret
Change at Isolation Hospital
—Committees Report.
The deferred meeting: of the Boari
of Health, which was to have beei
held last Tuesday night, was hold las
night at City Hall. The followinj
members were present: Presiden
! l>inncsen, Rostkowski, Dilts. Zylks
Petz, Amaszl and Health Inspecta
I WHlsey.
The report of the committee on san
! itation favored the granting of som
J licenses to scavengers and advised th
repairing of certain sowers, closing ο
cisterns, testing of water in cortnli
wells and the forcible cleaning tip ο
some dirty spots. A general discus
sion followed this reoprt and mcas
nres foi· bettering some unhealthy coi
ditions, known to exit in the city
were conidered.
j The report of the committee 01
I plumbing favored the granting of fou
new licenses, but left the applicatioi
of license open. The matter was dis
cussed at great length and after som
good reasons were given against th
applicants generally poor busines
methods. It was thought best by th
board to refuse the application am
return the money.
Amendments to be made to th'
plumbers' code of rules were takei
up and after some talk, laid over un
til the next meeting.
The report of committee on ac
counts was read and several bills or
dered paid. The report on supplie
followed and necessary articles or
dered purchased. The secretary's re
ί port of money received from variou
! sources for the past three month
was received and approved.
I Reports of the committee on conta
lirions disposes brought out a genera
• talk on the Isolation hoospltal ar,<
the need of better rules reg
ulating the same. Following thii
discussion the president appointed «
committee to formulate better rulei
covering this subject and the U3e an<
upkeen of the isolation hospital. Tin
committee consists of Dilts, Rostkow
ski, Amaszl and President Dinresen
as ex-offlclo.
The question of care of the slaugh
ter house and the request for the re
ductton of the fee per head of slaugh
tered cattle, brought out some ant
mated opinions. The request was flle<
and laid over for future consideration
The report of the committee o!
milk and fish permette was read am
several licenses to venders of thes<
foods, wore granted.
A communication from the près!
dent of National Board of Healtl
was read about the Public Healtl
Convention to be held in Washingtoi
October 17 to 20. The local boar<
thought the city of Perth Atnbo;
should l»e represented at the conven
tion, and voted to send Health In
epector Willsey and also issued a war
rant for $50 to pay necessary ex
penses.
KEYPORT MA» SETTLES
DAMAGE CASE FOR SIT.COC
By Special Correspondtu I.
Keyport, Oct. 4—Paul W. Sproul
of this placée, who euffered a painfu
injuyy on the Raritan River railroad
April,of 1916, has accepted a set
tleiuent for his injuriée with the rail
road, for $11.000, according to hi:
attornles Frank F. Davie and John C
Oidmixon, «jf New York city.
Sproul was working: on the railron:
as a brakeman, when he was caugh
between couplers on cars his watcl
being only thing that prevented th<
coupling from going completely
through his body. He was removed t<
St. Peter's hospital in New Brunswick
where ho was treated for Ave months
The settlement of the case war
brought prior to court action befori
a federal court, the action beinj
brought under the interstate claus<
of the Federal Employers Llabilit:
Act.
MORE AG!UN AGAINST
PRESS FOR ESPIONAGE
3j United J*re*a.
Washington. Oct. 4—Newspaper
and other publications which hav<
violated the espionage act, in th<
opinion of the postoffice department
i>re being cited daily to appear an<
explain why the second class privi
lege should not be revoked. AVhil·
the department withholds names, i
is known that several of the leadinj
German language newspapers in th<
country have been called befor·
Third Assistant Postmaster Genera
Dockery, in charge of tho second
class division.
One of these is said to be a Nov
York city, another a Chicago and ;
third a St. Louis publication.
TO SENTENCE KRAFT, FOR
ESPIONAGE, OCTOBER 2!
By Special Correspondent.
Trenton, Oct. 4:—Frederick Kraft
Socialist, who has been convicted ii
the Federal District Court here ο
violating the United States espionage
law by urging army and navy men ti
become insubordinate, will be sod
tenced on Monday, October 22.
Kraft, who was the Socialist can
didate for governor last year, was ti
have been sentenced today, but hi
counsel wants to appeal the convic
tion to the V. S. Circuit Court of Ap
peals. The penalty for this offens
is from five to ten years imprison
ment.
SFESIAL POLICE NOTICE
A special meeting of the first. pr«
einct police will be held at Lincol
fire house tonight at 8 o'clock.
POLICE NEWS
—Accused of stealing three barrel
of cabbage from a car on the Leliig
Valley railroad, where he is employee
Peter Sa r rage was arrested yesterda
on complaint of .lohn Kokos, a rail
road detective. The hearing will tak
place tonight.
—Louie Kohn was arrested thl
morning by Roundsman Tonnesei
who is doing patrol duty at the ope
market, for violation of the city ordl
nanco and for resisting an officer. H
was fined $2 60 on each count whe
arraigned this morning.
WE GmCLES
—At a meeting of Perth Ajubo
ramp No. 19 Woodmen of the Worl
lust nlgrht three candidates were Inli
iated and five applications for mom
bershlp were received. There was
large turnout of member» at th
meeting.
— An Important meeting of Γο An
bo Trtbe, Improved Order Red Me]
in scheduled to be held tonight <
Red Men's hall.
—Valhalla I^odge. No. 175, Odd Fe
Lowe, will meet tonight at Odd Fe
ι lows' hal.
CHARLES F. RI M
Tammany's Lcadnr, Who Makes
Hard Fight on Mayor Mitchel.
New York is the greatest city in the
t world, and the mayoralty race there is
1 of more or less interest everywhere.
' Mayor Mitchel, fusion candidate, was
' defeated in the primaries by the Re
publican nominee. William M. Bennett, '
but announced shortly thereafter that
he would run independent, having
been assured of the eupport of many
Democrats and Republicans as well as
independents. John J. Hylan of Brook
lyn is the Democratic nominee and
has the whole-souled support of Tam
many Hall. Mr. Mitchel, incumbent,
in accepting the independent nomina
| tion, made an attack upon Tammany
, and the Democratic organization,
which was answered by Charles F.
Murphy, Tammany leader. Mitchel
claimed that Tammany was unloyal to
the national government, and Murphy
[ retaliated by saying that the Mayor
had no monopoly on the Stars and
' Stripes.
FORESTERS INSULL NEWLY
ELECTED LODGE OFFICERS I
Installation of the newly elected |
officers of Court Amboy No. 58, For
esters of America was held last night
at a meeting of the court in Eagle
hall. District Deputy Grand Chief
Hanger John Beatty was the install
ing officer. At the request of the city
committee of the Liberty Loan a com
mittee composed of Martin F. Ryan,
P. F. Manton and Edward C. Smith
were named by th court to assist in
the bond Issue of the city's quota. A
communication was also received
from the supreme court of the order
to the effect that every member of
the order in the service of the coun
try will have an additional $200 add
ed to their policy.
This amount will be taken from the
special emergency war fund of the su
preme court that each subordinate
court pays a per capita tax of twen
ity-flve to the fund. Thomas Wathne, I
the retiring chief ranger and I,ouis |
Seel, the treasurer were each present
ed with a badge for faithful service
rendered the court. The new officers
are as follows: chief ranger, Martin
Nolan; sub chief ranger, Raymond
Farrington;, recording secretary, P.
F. Manton; financial secretary, Charles
,J. Warner; treasurer, Louis Seel; sen
ior woodward, Walter Waverczak;
junior woodward, Thomas Gannon;
senior beadle, Michael O'Meare; jun
ior beadle, John Κ m 11 Jornson; lec
turner, Edward O. Smith and past chief
ranger, Thomas Wathne.
DOMESTIC WORK iN SCHOOL
The junior class of the high school
are engaged this afternoon in compar
ing economical recipes in household
magazines; the cost of the articles
used and the number of calorie*? in
each. This experimental work in
cooking and reading of menus is being
conducted by the teacher ol domes
tic science in order that the pupils
may be capable of preparing well
balanced meals.
GERMANY PROMISES GAIN
β ii United Pre*».
Washington, Oct. 4—That Ger
many is promising neutrals grain—
presumably on the strength of ex
pected supplies from Roumanla, and
Russian gruin belts—developed here
today. The offers made within the
last few days are regarded here as
given to influence public opinion fol
lowing the tightening of the Allied
embargo on Scandinavia and Hol
land. Officials here regard the Ger
man offer as a means to embarrass
the Alllied embargo directors.
Thoughtlessness Rebuked.
> My sister came to make us a visit
and Peter, η neighbor's email boy, was
an Interested spectator when her trunk
was being unpacked. Timidly he asked
her If she had brought any candy with
η her and upon receiving a negative nn
1 ewer, inquired If she had any gum. This
^ also producing no results lie said:
_ "Didn't you flnk there was going to be
ι any wittle boys In this town?"—Chica
go Tribune.
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CLASSIFIED AOS.
R£C£tVED TOO I.ATK KB
classification.
FOR SALE
DODGE touring car. In good condition.
423 State Ht.
HELP WANTED, FEMALK
ÏOl'NO GrIKL, wanted to aaaist with
housework. 128 Lewis St. \
Pt'RNSIHBD ROOMS ΤΟΐΒτ ""
ONE ROOM for lltçht housekeeping
Rent 13.00. 213 High Bt.
WARM ROOMS for winter; electric
light, hot water, bath, sitting room,
reasonable. The Ernst Hon··, It]
New Brunswick Ave.
nil on m ι
LAW VIOLATIONS
Middlesex and Monmouth Men
Fined for Speeding, Etc., by
the Vehicle Department.
Trenton, Oct. 4:—Deciding to co
operate for the success of the laws
which will become effective on Janu
ary 1 of next year with respect to
the fees to be charged by the Motor
Vehicle Department for the licensing
of commercial auto trucks, the Motor
Truck Club of New Jersey has pent
Commissioner William L. Dill, of the
Motor Vehicle Department, a com
munication to thie effect. The com
missioner is pleased at the attitude
which the organization has taken,
especially in view of the previously
announced reports that it Intended to
carry the legislation to the courts to
have its validity contestod. *
Commissioner Dill expects the new
statutes to bring in $300,000 addi
tional revenue a year to the state.
Following Middlesex county cases
were considered: Frederick Dahmer,
New Brunswick, exceeding forty
miles an hour, fined $5; Fred 8.
Leach, New Brunswick, exceeding
forty miles, fined $5; Henry Tartar
skey, 215 Commercial street. New
Brunswick, driving with glaring
lights, sentence suspended.
Monmouth county: Lester Brown,
Keyport, taking car without owner's
consent, sentence suspended; Frank
Pease, Keyport, driving while intoxi
cated, license revoked; Thomas
O'Hara, Freehold, same offense, same
penalty; Frank Thompson, lied
Bank, accident, revoked.
FEMALE BARBÊRlËADY TO
SERVE COUNTRY IN WAR
Boston, Mass., Oct. 4:—A shiny
new barber . equipment, bay rum,
witch-hazel and a femalo barber aro
all at the service of Uncle Sam—if he
wants them.
Inspired by female patriots who
are serving their country, Mrs. Sadie
A. Kitchen, at present employed In a
local barber shop, today applied for
enlistment In the United States Ma
rine Corps here, but lias not yet been
accepted. Her case has been re
ferred to Washington for final action.
So far no women have been enlist
ed in the marine corps, and men of
all trades who serve In special capa
cities must first go through regular
military training. However, Mrs.
Kitchen believes that "battalions of
death," "ambulance drivers" and
navy yoewomen are sufficient prece
dents to Influence her oase.
NATIONAL ARMY ISSUES
GALL FOR REGROESIR DRAFT
Washington, Oct. 4.—The last quota
of dratted men for the National Army
will be called between to-night and
Oct. 17 and the entire flret increment
of 687,000 men will be in training In
cantonments by Nov. 1.
The examination of the remaining
7,000,000 registered men awaits action
of Congress. The fate of thie measure
will depend on action taken on the
war deficiency bill. Funds to carry
out the examination of the men—and
It will cost from $4,000,000 to |6,000,
000—are Included in the bill.
The quota which etarts to go to
camp to-day le the last third of the
men, roughly, the percentage running
from 25 to 30 In different States.
Camp Dix gets no men. Camp Upton
gets 25 per cent, of Its total Increment.
Camp Meade gets 5 per cent. Some
States will send ae high as 40 per cent.
The first call for negroes will be In
cluded in this quota. They will be
called In all but one or two districts
in the South. Eventually they will be
called everywhere except In a couple
of districts In the North where there
are not enough of them to form units.
Secretary Baker has announced that
there Is no knowing the date when a
second call IB the draft will be made.
It is reported that there Is to be a
Weeding out from the rankfl becacse
of physical deficiencies. Many local
examining physicians, It Is reported,
have been too lenient because of a
desire to have their districts make a
good showing.
Secretary Baker has asked thirty
five of the Governors througnout the
country If they believe It would be a
wise move at present to examine thn
7,000,000 men who are registered in
addition to those already called. He
received an affirmative answer from
all but two
A Stubborn Cough
Lootent Right Up
Thla homo-made rrmeày b » mmdss
lor qulok ranlti. hlfUf and
chooplj made. ·
The prompt and positive action of this
■impie, inexpensive home-made remedy
in quickly healing the inflamed or swollen
membranes of the throat, chest or bron
chial tubes and breaking up tight
coughs, has caused it to be used in more
homes than any other cough remedy.
Under its healing, soothing influence,
chest sorenese goes, phlegm loosens,
breathing becomes easier, tickling in
throat stops and vou get a good night's
restful sleep. The usual throat and
chest colds are conquered by it in 24
hours or less. Κ ο thing better for bron
chitis, hoarseness, croup, whooping
cough, broujhial astlima or winter
coughs.
To make this splendid cough syrup,
your 2>A ounce· of I'ine* (00 cents
worth), into a pint bottle and fill the
Tjottle vrith plain granulated sugar syrup
and shake thoroughly, Tou then have
α full pint—a family supply—of a much
better cough syrup than you could buy
ready-made for 82.00. Keep· perfectly
and chili-en love Its plraaant taste.
Pinex is α spécial and highly eoncen·
■tratod compound of genuine Norway
pine extract, and is known tlio world
over for its promptness, ease and cer
tainty in overcoming stubborn coughs
and che.it colds.
To avoid disappointment ask your
druggist for "2Va ounces of Pinex" with
full directions, and don't accept any·
thing else. Guaranteed to give absolute
i;atisfactt«n or money promptly refunded.
J Tho l'ines Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
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□ C.W.S. Pat. on. 9NB
Din Ν EU SET» »i':Ss»
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wm state M.
China Olass House
Furnishing· HHP
the
Second Liberty Loan
You Lend
Government Will Spend
and the War Wdl End
The Perth Amboy Savings Institution
makes you this plain proposition. YOU sign an application
for a bond—$50.00, $100.00—or more if you please. WE buy
the bond for you. YOU deposit with us one dollar or more
for each fifty dollar "bond you apply for, and agree to deposit
one dollar or more each week until the bond is paid for.
We furnish yon a bank book and credit therein each dollar
as deposited. When your book shows you have the amount
of your subscription to your credit you will receive the bond,
and interest, at the rate of four per cent, on your deposit.
No undignified card to be punched «nd lost; no doubts as to
how you stand ; your book always will show that.
You are not spending any money, you are saving and investing
it in the best security in the world and you are Doing your Bit.
The Perth Amboy Savings institution
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE
Air Raids Upon Germany.
British Premier Assures
So great has been the popular de
mand for reprisals upon Germany, fol
lowing the repeated air ralde upon
England, that the officials have been
forced to take some action. David
Lloyd George, the premier, hae an
nounced that German towns within
range of the British Une—and there
are many of these—will be made to
pay heavily for the damage the Ger
man raiders have done upon London
and other unfortified British cities.
The French have already begun their
raids of reprisal, and although many
of our allies have said that such raids
do not belong to civilized warfare they
unanimously believe that reprisals are
the only way in whicb to make the
Germans atop their barbaric mode of
warfare.
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HAIRDRESSING PARLORS
Shampooing and Manicuring
Try my Oil Shampoo — None better.
S. PETERSON,
The Raritan Building.
Cor. Madison Ave. and Smith St.
Formerly Over Royal Theatre,
falenhone 1642.
FURS
Repaired Remodeled
Fur Trimmings made to
order. Furs Dyed
and Cleaned
A. GREENHOUSE
56 Smith St. Tel. 1346
THE BEST WAY TO
SHIP FREIGHT
1· Tla the
NEW >0RK and NEW JERSEY
STEAMBOAT COMPANY
SCHEDULE:
Leave New York— _
11:00 a. ω. and 2:30 p. m.
tne In Pfrtk Amber—
2:80 p. m. and (:00 ». m.
Leave Perth Amlioy far w. V.—
7 :>0 a. ra. and 3:00 p. m.
■I. O. TICK. Alien t.
j. F. BURNS & SON
PLUMBINQ, «IBATING,
8HEET METAL WORK^
BAR WORK AND SUPPLIES.
Telephone Connection.
193 New Brunswick Ave.
DR. J. MORROW
CHIROPODIST
The RARITAN BUILDING
Cor. Bmtth St. and Madison Ave.
Scam *04 Phone 1641
OFFICE HOUR»: 9 to Κ Dally
Monday and Saturday evening*
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PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Telephone Ko. I
LNaiNEERS FOUNDERS
MACHINISTS
General and Special Machine, Pattern,
Boiler and Blacksmith Work.
T=-— "
TeL 1171. Eetlmat*e Cheerfully Given.
C. RASMUSSEN
Genet »r Rigger and Kroctor.
Smoke Stacks and Machinery
All Kinde of Heavj' Auto Trucking and
Towing—Day or Night.
<18 Ooflqrton Ave., Perth Λ m boy, W. J,
Storage Ground. Second St.
RAG RUGS WOVEN
It In. to iO ft wide, wlthbdt Han·.
Wo will, or customer may, supply th·
rags. You can β£νβ by huyiug direct.
Write for circulars. Ruge made from
old carpet·. W· pay the freight
charges to .ua.
FARMER RUG & CARPET CO.
tout» Hiver, If. a. f>«·· 02-ΛΥ.
ANDREW NELSON
PIANOS TUNHD and REPAIRED
New Location.
RARITAN BUILDING
W tfmtth ■«. Tel. 48S-W
Office Srd Flocr. Rcom 1U.
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MUNOZ EXPRESS
Storage and Trucking
GENERAL RIGGERS
Eetlmatee Cheerfully Furnished
Telephone Connection.
880-238 SLe^ldaa Β te Perth Ambn-v
Batteries
EPAIRED
EPLACED
ECliARGEO
AUTO LIVERY SERVICE
GARAGE
GARRETSON'S
as& High St., Perth Amboy, N. S.
Telephone 43
t— ■ ■ ..I
GRAHAM & McKEON
QcntrV Contractor·
Excavating, Grading, Etc., Sand,
□ravel, Biolcen Stone, Carting. Bto.
2»' SMITH STREET
StS NI«W BRUNSWICK AVE.
^asBsaK&s&ss*.
For your eyesight trouble* conenlt
Dr. F. J. Monaghan. Optometrist, No. 71
Smith St. Dally 0:30 to It; 1:80 to 8:80.
Monday, Friday. Saturday, till i. Tel.
1775. Home appointment·.
GUN
SMELLS
at cheapest prices
Complete line of all makes
Guns, Rifles and Ammu
nition.
Bicycles on Credit
Aron Kaufman
382 State Street
Frank Neer
STATIONERY APfD
ΒΙΛΝΚ DOOK0
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIE!
Notary Public anA
Commissioner of DMdi.
100 Smith St Telephone 8Z1-J
DR. BERNARD FELDMAN,
Dentist
Ι2β STATU ST., WRAR SMITH.
PERTH AMBOY, N. i.
HOURS: 9 a. m. to « » m„ dally.
Hv-enlnge by Appointment.
AN IDEAL FLORIDA TRIP
A moat unusual. interesting and economical tour. 2,000 mtlas; t flay·
on til· water «44.10. aU expense· Includes. For rate·, Itinerary anfl
further Information, write or call at JACOB (/OLUIMCItUKU JMct Ifn.
mr. 4SI State et, cor. Washington Bt. Perth Amboy. N. J.
Representative sent upon request, )
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