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t in Tabloid Form ************* » X&OTiTiKï 8T2QŒ κκΐ^ιτ.κΐι Burlington Une Compromise· on Wag· of Twenty-eight Cents an Hour. Mount Holly, Nov. Hi.—The strike of conductors and motormen of the Burlington County Transit Company was settled, when it was agreed to make the wage 28 cents an hour. The men are receiving 25 cento and asked 1er 30. Person· traveling from Meant Holly to Burlingtoa and Moore*town ware pleased to eee the cars running again •Iter the road bad been tied of 24 fours and hundreds bad bean greatly Inconvenienced. BEES TRAIN KILL BROTHER. Boy Only Witness of Tragi· Death Near WHburthe, N. J. Trenton, Nov. 16.—Returning to bis home, accompanied by his nine jrcar-old brother, William M. Wool rerton, nineteen years old, ot Wil· burtha, was struck by a train on the llelvldere division and killed. The two brothers had come to this city to consult a physician and de cided to walk along the tracks as the nearest approach to home on their re turn. The younger brother heard the engine lost in time to spring out of danger, but too Into to warn bis brother. DRIVE FOR "DRY" COUNTY. Cumberland County W. C. T. il. Will Assist Prohibition League. M ill ville, Nov. 16.—The Cumberland County Woman'· Christian Temper ance Union has decided to assiet the new Prohibition League, which was recently organised here with Her. Howard Amer of Deerfleld, chairman, *o make the county "bone dry." There is remaining in th· county but one licensed hotel, at Greenwich Piers, against which » vigorous re monstrance will be filed when appli cation Is made for a renewal of the ttcenee. Action will also be taken «gainst the men who* claim they have * government license to sell keg beer at the oyster wharves at Bivalve. MORE MISHAPS; MORE GAME. Gloucester County Hunter* Report Good Bags, Including Fine Pheasants. Woodbury, Nov. Ut.—There have been more gunning aocidents thos far this season aroand here tnan in years. At the same time the hunters have had excellent success in the game line. Bert Do peon, the veteran pitcher of the West End ball beam, has a badly lacerated left wrist. He attempted to separate a couple of fighting dogs in Mantua, wnen one of them attacked bits When Henry Tojnbleson of Mantna 1 stooped to pick np a rabbit he had ' shot Walter Letey fired at another rabWt. The load went Into TomM» eon's face sut body, and he ha* been picking shot from the woand·. which are not serions. A number of fine pheasants have been killed in this ficttnn MURDER PRISONER CONFESSES. Catalona Admits Casa Waa Κ It led In Ht· Room. Paterson, Nov. It. —The police have wrung an admission front Em manuel Catalona, suspected slayer oi bis brotheri-n-law, Stephen Caea, the headless murder ease victim, that may lead to a complete confession. Catalona, under "third degree*1 pressure, admitted the murder wae committed in his apartments. He said Casa was killed by two men from New York, who suggested he and Casa sell their wives as "white slaves." Cata lona said after they discussed th« matter In bis apartments he went out. On bto return, be said, be found Casa's legs in one room and his sev ered bead In the bathroom. The two men, be declared, threatened him with a Similar fate If be "eauealed." Β* Mid fee «βηsad them where to tfta po*e tit the body, which wu found here in » vacant lot and the head on tb· bank of the Passaic river. TEACHERS' LICEBTSniO HIGHER. Cape May County School Instructor· Attend Institute In Wlldwaod. Wildwood, Nor. 16.—One hundred and eighty-seven teachers of the Cape May county school* are attending the three days' teachers' institute being held here in the new $100,0Λ0 high school. County Superintendent Hand pre sided and T. D. Sensor, secretary of the State Board of Examiners, spoke on "Training of Teachers in Service." He stated the age of licensing teach ers at eighteen years was too low; that he was in favor of a 25 per cent raise in nearly all cases and in some as hi£h as 60 per cent; that tfcere 1? not sufficient co-operation ia the work of the schools, too much criti cism and not enough praise; that the summer schools are a clearing house of anything that may come up in the way of new ideas in education. In the sectional meetings H. A. Spragne of the State Normal School, Newark, spoke to elementary teach ers on "Four Standards of Teaching." Miss Elizabeth P. Sheppard of the State Normal School, Trenton, ad dressed the high school teachers on "The Attitude of the High School To ward Public Health," and Frank Ε Suteh, physical director, of Philadel phia. addressed the rural district teachers on "Physical Training." BRITISH SUCCESS ΠΤ PALESTUTE Railway Junction Occupied on Line to Jerusalem. ■London, Nor. 16.—The Junction point of the Beersheba-Damascus Railway with the line to Jerusalem is bow in the possession of the British army in Palestine, tt was officially announced. The railway line to the vicinity of Na'aneh and El-Mansurah cane Into British possession as a result of the continued advance of General Allen by's infantry and mounted troops. The text of the official statement on the Palestine operations reads: "Oar infantry and mounted troops continued their advance, General Al lenby reported, and we now hold Hie railway line in the vicinity of El-Man surah and Na-aneh, including the junc tion of the Damascus-Beersheba Rail way with the line to Jerusalem. "The losses inflicted cm the Turks on Tuesday were heavy, including 400 . buried at Katrah alone. Our captures ' on Tuesday amounted to more than ! 1,600 prisoners, 20 machine guns and 1 four guns." Shortens Corne If s Year. Ithaca, N. T., Nov. 16.—The fac ulty of Cornell University voted to : end the college year on May 22, about one month earlier than usual, in or der that the undergraduates may have an opportunity of ottering their ■erviees to the nation just that much sooner. The usual Christie as vaca tion will be shorter than usual. Will Lead Army With Aille· in Final Drive en Bulgaria. This photograph at Esead Paste, raler of Albania, ul leader of the Al banian troops, was maee recently banian troops, was made recently whan he paid a visit to General Sar rail, commander of the allied troop· in the Balkans. Fkwrt Paoha's army will probably join the Greek army for a final driva on Bulgaria. OR AK rbaneSM rktM MEAT MARKET The Leading Butchers WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 269 - Smith Street - 269 WHY PAY MORE? Here we offer to you prime meats—every item gain; every item absolutely pure. SALE TODAY and TOMORROW a bar VEAL CHOPS FOREQUARTERS of LAMB STEWING LAMB CHUCK POT ROAST 16' 2 SPECIAL SIRLOIN or Steak or rout; Jnet as. good a» if paid 32c ;■ at ... SHOULDER OP VKAL BREASTS OF VEAL or STEWING VKAL N At · Roasting Veal At 19i 121 14! SWIFT'S HAMS Special smoked ; all weights ; Regular sugar cored ...... » β ·4 24' 2 FRESH KTTJ.ED ROASTING CHICKENS Pound ............. m ,271 LEGS OF VEAL Milk fed; Short eat 14! PORK LOINS All weights; whole or half 25} PRIME RIB ROAST Of light beef; all cuts; lb. ...... 161 FRESH HAMS Cot from Jersey pigs; * to 7 lbs. . 285 CALI HAMS Special; At 23® ROAST Cross rib or top sirloin or round ; all soild meat ... 233 FRESH PORK SHOULDERS 23 3 4 PORK SAUSAGE Our own make; Loose, lb. 28c ; Link 30 LAMB Legs or hindquar ters; yearling ; lb.. 21! BEEF LIVER KIDNEYS FRESH TRIPE 14,1 CHICKENS (Fresh Killed) For soup Or stewing .. 22* CHOPPED BEEF Strictly fresh «hopped; lb. ... 18! BONELESS BACON Jersey brand ; special usually sold 40c. 33! Pigs Feet - 10e Phila. Scrapple 121 Pot Roast Fancy beef, lb 18 PORK CHOPS At 26! HAM 3 Taylor style; whole or half .... 36! ♦♦4 J3t ten $1 a Week Dresses the Entire Family $1 a Week Dresses the Entire Fam ly WE SEND YOU AWAY WITH A SMILE Our garr e Us are so full of pep and style, our qualities so good, price so moderate and terms so easy that we send you home with the smile that won't come off. Be sure and visit our store tomorrow and outfit yourself and family in smart new style winter clothing and pay as you wear. EASY TIME PAYMENT TERMS TO SUIT EVERYONE Open a Charge Account with us and pay for your clothing needs a little at a time. A great many of the best dressed people in this County have been our customers season after sea son, they outfit their entire family here and have done so for years, that fact is responsible for our well known slogan CREDIT THAT SATISFIES $1.00 A WEEK PAYS THE BILL Dresses Velvet, Broadcloth, Satin and Serge. 7.98 to 35.00 Suits Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Poplin, Broad cloth, Burella Cloth à id Broadcloth. 14.50 to 39.50 Coats All Wool Velour Plush, Broadcloth, Burella Cloth & Late Novelty Weaves. 10.50 to 50.00 FURS, SCARFS and MUFFS, 7.50 to 39.75 CHILDREN'S COATS, 3 to 16 yrs., 5.50 to 14.00 WAISTS, Satin, Crepe, Georgette, 2.98 to 8.50 Men's & Young Men's Suits Stylish models, all the Lew pep styles. 15.00 to 35.00 Boys' Suits and Overcoats Nobby, well made gar ments for the little fellow 3 to 17 years. 5.00 to 12.00 Overcoats Men's & Young Men's belt-back Trench, sin gle & double breasted models. 12.50 to 38.00 $1 a Week Dresses the Entire family 178 Smith sit; * Perth Amboy · Open Won. 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