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GiVhS BlrtTHDAY PARTY Excise Commissioner Thomas Lucas entertained a number of friends and relatives at his home. 371 Oak street, last night in honor of the célébra tion ο Γ the forty-ninth anniversary of his birthday Music, r'npinpr and dancing were enjoyed during the ovenin;;. 1'·. selections were ren dered by Mrs. Jack Godwin and Mias Alalia Howell of New Νrunswick and vocal η umbers were given by Fred Johnson. Kmerson White and Mr. Lucas. Λ quartet composed of Messrs. White. Teturson, Roberts and Lucas sang. Refreshments were served. Mr. Lucas received several bouquets of flower; lie was born in South Wales April 4. lHOa and came to this city July 24. lXisT. nearly thirty-one years ago. Thosn present at the celebration were Misses Nellie, Marie and Lillian Dugan of Keyport, Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Nau. Edward <\ Smith and! Thomas Anderson of South Aniboy, j Mrs. Jack Godwin, Mrs. Edna Kaley. j Miss Ail ma Howell and rail Meyer of, New Brunswick, t'hris R. Lund. !.. B. ! Aloore. William Miller. Frank Roberts, j Emerson White, Louis 11. Peterson. ; Fred Johnson. Otto liasm seen, Mr. ; and Mrs. Thomas Wathno, Miss Carrie ι Lund, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bjornsen. 1 Charles Steinhauser. Fred No-lting, ; Charles Lucas and Mrs. Bessie An- j derson. CLEAR $90 FOR SMOKES AT HARM ON Y CLUB DANCE "With about two hundred guests present from telizabe.thport. New ; Brunswick. South A m boy ami this ] city, the benefit dance held in Wash ington hall last night under the aus- ! pices of the Amboy Harmony Club, was one of the most successful affairs ever held by that organization. The commit! ο in charge estimated that about $'>0 was realized at the dance. ] which will bo turned over to the Perth | Ambo> EVF.NING XKWS fot | "Our Boys in France Tobacco Fund.'"! No evtra features were added to the : affair as was first planned. Music wa - furnished by Tonghini's Jazz band. Those on the committee in charge of the affair were. M Melko, Ν. IIin kle, I. Altman, J. Obère, M". Dwyer, J. Olexn. A. Zyboyon and J. Thongine. LIBERTY DANCE BY RED CROSS AUXILIARY The Junior Slovak Auxiliary of lue American Red Cross will hold a Liberty dance tomorrow night in ' liiieha's hall in Favrtte street for th<· ! benefit of the auxiliary. The commit tee promise good music for the alï:i:.·. Plans are under way to have ;i .--poali er present to explain about the third liberty l.<*an. SOPHOMORE "SKIP" AT P. Α. Κ S. TONIGHT The Soj.i.omores will hold their an nual "skif·" this evening in the school. Through th·· efforts r.f Chairman H. Hanson and Vice Chjiiriuan J. Oreinei· plans hav- been c-arefully worked «»uL to make the occasion a great success. The Juniors and Seniors have been invited, ait! a large crowd looked for. A four pi.ee orchestra has been se cured for the dancing. ι c p%trA Ο I · ΟΙ Li riLIH Ο LiHUlCO PLAN FOR DELEGATE (S Thr Ladies Aid Society of the St. Stephen's Danish I/.itlieran church ψ held a very well attended meeting y*·* terday when plans were made for the entertainment of th« ministers and m delegate* to the convention which will bf· held in the church May 11 and 12. Two committees were appointed for the. convention. Derogations and tick ets: Mrs. »*. M. Ritsmussen and Mrs. Otto 'Skevbrvr; refre.ihuient commit tee, Mrs. K. Wester, Mrs. A. K. Kock and Mrs. H. Nielsen. v\ftcr the business meeting· a social time was held. Mr. \V. Jluyer rea l a number of poems und refreshments were served. WILL HAVE APRON SALE The rcgru'ar monthly meeting of the Ladles Aid Society οι' St. Paul's Gt;i - • m?n T/itheran church v. as held yester day afternoon at the home of Mr.·. Fred Knoesel in Kirklnnd place 1* . wan decided to have an apron -ak· and social in the basement of the church on the night of May 9. After the business meeting a social hoiir was spent. Kt freshments of coffee and cake were served. g'-A1 ■. . J CLASSIFIED AOS. Λ Rlil i :iv V.I> TOO Ι.ΛΤΚ FOit 5 CLASSIFICATION * ι 'ν>ΜΛΛΛΛΛΛ' MjAA^rVfV/'MAi'W iiKi.r· wasteι · fkmale GTRIi WASTED for I k It work. Apiilv City Ho.spi Lai. "WOMAN* wanted who a:i -wash, iron and clean. 175 lie- tor St. \ f KLP ΥΓΑΝΤΠ1·. MALE BOY WANT M ! laenhi;r^'s. 2'i'j Smit', street. Ή J OH SCHOOL Β OV u itPd to v.urk , Saturd.»·. s. See Mr Stevens rare Seaman's T'narma· y. corner s .iith and Hitffh .S: s. BOY. 15 t'n M y f,r.·. v.'M<*d. \ j » ι, ; % Sen-nii-.'s Pharmacy corner Smith and Hifch' Si n\ # Ί:Κ\|, RSTATK FOR SALE TWO-FAMILY TIOI.'Si: · T'»t f«·' " always ren *d; near s· hool. post office anU. publjr· lihrarv · η adcïrèsH P. Ο. Box i:iP TuttenVille. S I. GREAT "pAPOATV Sir - rr.iim , „ eood.4©i-ixtion. in Perth Awhov, improvements. two 1< t.'·. barn p.ud $jjp efilckètft* htHTfces; only $2.750; easy term». ])o not mis:· this· if von want low rent ;,.«d α home >f vour ov. n. Niels Adolf Nielsen, 17'J New Bruns wick Avp W \ yr ι · r> CENTRALLY T.'/'ATr'n rlceiv t · • Λ tiiahed room with ·>··;· ->tc family. Λ'.* dress Quiet, care N'.-ws. FOR RBNT i FT>TTIrV'V^M3. improvements op lower floor, two family hons*. W. ΓΓ.. 144 Stockton St.. SoutJi Arnboy. f* ITfVK ROOMS βπΛ hath fr.t ri»nt. ί 1 ;... Pierce <*- Son, 225 Smith St. Board of Trade Bidg· WANTED HOUSE or apartment wanted: or S room»: Perth Arnboy or vicinitj 1*. Β. M., care News. w VANTfiT^THro room»» and board for three adults and child or two light | housekeeping rooms, phone 1871 'FORSALK S>RESSETt with larg:e mirror, enameled 1 bedstead and rockers. 402 Slaight | At·., Tottenville. • ' », —-'Λ. : — —_ FOtn/PRY, ETC SETTING KQG8—Sure strain, black I •ill norois. J27 Madison Ave. LADIES" AID GIVE $50 T0_CHURCH FUND At a very well attended meeting of the l^adies Aid Society of the First Baptist church yesterday afternoon plans were discussed for a rummage sale on April 2 9 and 30. It was also decided to hold a congregational sup per at the V. M. C. A. rooms on Wed nesday night, April 17. It was unan imously voted to donale $50 to the Baptist fund, which is bein<£ raised throughout the country. Mrs. Robert Woodcock, of Compton avenue, and Mrs, JS. i\ Stark, of Brace avenue, spent yesterda} with Mrs. Christian Dalgaard, of Bound Brook. Mrs. Thomas Flynn, of llarrrlng ton street, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Prash, of Bayonne. Miss Hose Cohen, of Fayette street,1 and Miss Lena Rachlin, of New Brunswick avenue, have returned home after attending the military re view in New York for the past few days. Peter IT. Jorgenson, of the First Company, C. A. C., stationed at Fort Hunt, Va., is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, of 102 Park avenue. The Misses Bessie and Florence Tighe, of Metuclien, were local visi tors la.st night. .Mrs. James Tauber, of Metuchen, ! was a local visitor last night. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Glathe of Brooklyn were the guests of Mrs. P. F. Hughes of State street Wednesday. Scliooi Emptied for Fire Which is Only Fat Burning Waves of thick black .smoke com- ; ing over the roof of the American, building at the corner of Smith and j State streets at 11:10 o'clock thia morning, caused the turning: in of an alarm ol' lire and considerable com motion in the building which houses Trainer's Business College. The smoke came front a. largo iron smoke .«tack, leading from the kitchen of the Presto lunch room, on the ground floor of the building, was' caused by a quantity of fat falling on | the stove and catching lire, the smok· ' it· ding it* way up the chimney. I Au though some smoke had found its way into the school, nothing was thought of the matter until the ling- I ing of the alarm and the stopping of the trucgs at the building and lad ders being raised to the roof. The scholars were instructed to get their wraps and leave the building, which they did without mishap, many of then donning coats after beaching the street. No damage was done. The Protection Hook and Ladder Company were called out at 1 o'clock this morning for a bonfire, at the yards of the MoCol Iron Works in New Brunswick avenue. The fir»> started by boys, had spread and was threatening nearby buildings. The liâmes were extinguished with chem icals. Second Fire in Two Weeks in State St. Grocery The second fire in less than two weeks in the Atlantic and Pacific Company's store at Broad and State streets, was responsible for the fire department being called out at 8:40 o'clock last night. A small blaze was discovered under a shelf in bark of the counter, a great amount of smoke arising from the smouldering flames. The damage was estimated at $15. The alarm was turned in from box State and Commerce streets, by Ignatz Eitkerat. new war Mcreiaries are Named in Senate Bill WASHINGTON, April 5—Congress has taken final action on the bill creating two additional secretaries of war, and the appointments probably will be announced within a few days, rt is understood the men to be .se lected are Kdward It. Stettinius, sur veyor of army purchases, and Fred erick Keppel, dean of Columbia Uni versity, now acting: as confidential assistant to Secretary Baker. With the appointment of the new secretaries, reorganization of the War Department, worked out by Secretary Baker and approved 1 y the President, will be put into full effect. Mr. Stet linius, it is understood, will be in charge of industrial and commercial work, and Dean Keppel in charge of the non-military life of the army. DISTRICT COURT Two judgments were rendered this morning in the district court by Judge C. C'. Hommann. They were: Max Lei'η vs. Leon Ferbel. $86.89; liyman Greenspan, Jacob Greenspan, Philip Greenspan and Tsidor fîroen ipan, partners, trading under the firm lailie of Greenspan Brothers, vs. 1 eorgc W. Jackson, $132.50. I\ CI1A\( KIIV or NKW .IERM1Y Hetwffn Helena Vrronk·# \\ right. ! K( \ Jr., (omplnlniinY*. Mii«i < atliuriue ■ ■IfflfiifN, L-;t nl».. Uefendanfs. On l>ill for 1'artition. Notfce of sale. By virt ι of an ord· r ot the t'·»virt of 'hancery nmde i!i the atiuvf· entitled' ause, bearing »i;tt · the 14th day of lanuarv. l :». 8, I, Clifford I. Voorhees, ι he subscriber, one of the Spe ial Wasters oi' said Court, will expose to rial· at public vendue, on Thursday, the Second day "f May. A. I»., 1918, ietwet-n the hours (if twelve and live •'clock, 'o wit, at the hour of two /« lock 1 :> the afternoon of said day, I it the Sheriff's office in the City of I S'-vv Hrunswi' k, i11 the County of M;d 1le.v\. ar.d Stat· of New Jersey : A:l tint < rrtaln house and lot of | and and premises, hereinafter parti - | .•marly des- ribed, situate, lying and , •eiiiK in the City of New Brunswick, h the County of Middlesex and State >f New Jersey on the South side of Vlbany Street. Bliul NN1NG eighteen feet from the N'ort' K'ist corner of a lot late of Win. Huyler. thence Southerl> along said lluyler's lin»· one hundre.l ;md thr··· feet; thence Westerly thirty four fe t mi n par.tiled line with Albany Street; thence Northerly along the line of a lot late the property of John I'iumi nfterwards owned by George 'lark now occupied by Sarah Clark one hun- ι ilred and three feet to the said Albany ι Street; thence Easterly along said Al bany Street thirty four feet to the place of Beginning; including the es- I late and interest in dower of the said , defendant, Catherine Je-fferies, widow' uf l'rank VY. Jefferles, In saiil prenu- ! se*. and including the lnchoat·» right j of de ver, if any, of Jennie .lefferie:·, j wife of Joseph N. Jefferiei and 1 Bridget Jefferics, widow of Stniea N. Jefferies, in the same, together with all and singular ih*- hereditaments, and appurtenance to the said premi ses belonging or in any wise apper taining. Conditions and terms made known at time of sale. Clifford I. Voorhees, Special Master in Chancery of New Jersey Lewis Starr, Solicitor. 4th and Market Street·, Camden, N. J. 18218-4- H 2-18-26 Will Continue Effort to Have Train Stop Here Although the Pennsylvania Railroad has informed the city through the Board of Trade and the mayor that it is impossible for the company îo stop train No. 735 hero, efforts will be con tinued to have the company slap the train here, as lias been requested by the citizens of the city. Λ letter received by I. B. Lincoln, secretary of tho Board of Trade, from a commuter to New York from this city, reque».it s that the board take some action to have the Central Hail road train leaving· New York at G.H8 and running* to Atlantic Highlands, known as the through train to Fast I.ongr lïranch, making· stops at Kliz abethport and Matawan, stop at the Perth Amboy station. According· to the commuter two trains leave New York on the Central at the same time, both leaving at 5.38. One is an ex press and the other a local. The loc al is due at Perth Amboy station at 6.10 but as the train is held up all along the line, it sometimes does not reach this city until after 7 o'clock. Secretary Lincoln has taken the mat ter under consideration. Jersey City Selectives Raid Cars and Steal 21 Kegs of Beer Λ train, having aboard a large num ber of drafted men going to Camp Dix from Jersey City, was forced to stop in this city about thirty min utes yesterday afternoon owing to a broken drawhead. and during the stay the occupants took upon themselves . to raid a freight car at the Central railroad siding, taking twenty-one kegs of beer and six boxes of porter. The "swag" was taken aboard the train by the men and a celebration followed. The matter was reported to the police and an investigation fol lowed. It was found that the men had broken into two refrigerator cars and then endeavored to get into tho freight station. The freight station was locked, however, and the men could not gain admittance. They threw several sash weights through the window.1, however, to satisfy their hilarious feeling . After laying lier© about thirty min utes the train was repaired so that they could continue southward. There were fourteen cars In the train which arrived in this city at 12:30 o'clock. EDGE ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR LONG SENATE TERM (Continuel from page 1.) the people to niy record as governor." The announcement of Mr. Edge that he will run for the long term for the senate is taken here as a positive indi cation that David Baird will compete for the short term against "Messrs. Col gate· and Itocord and any others who may enter the contest. The short term will run from November to March. "It is perhaps needless for me to say that I stand for a 100 per cent, ag gressive military policy," continues the statement. "I will support the Fed eral war program as I have continual ly supported it since the war clouds broke upon America; and mixed with that support there shall be no taint of puny .partisanship. But I ctvn make no stronger promise than the record of past performance. New Jersey in the war responsibilities lias anticipated many of the calls from the National government. I believe the people of New Jersey arc sufficiently familiar with the record to be entirely assured. Should I be the nominee of the Re publican party for the senate, any at tack from whatever source in the elec tion campaign, based upon a demand for support of the President and the administration in the prosecution of the must bo clumsily and obviously partisan, for the records of the past several months will not down and I shall stand absolutely and emphat ically upon them." The foregoing is looked upon here as a challenge to the Democrats that if their candidate makes his plea to the people on a "stand by the Presi dent" platform the governor will be ready to meet thorn on this issue. Hurry M for Workers on Laparotomy Pads lor Red Cross The Red Cross has received a rush order for a large quantity of laparo tomy pads from headquarters of the Atlantic division and a hurry call was at onee sent out from the chapter rooms for all workers in the city who know how to make the pads to be present at the rooms on Monday fore noon and afternoon to assist in filling the order. Tile order is urgent and the heads of the workrooms are preparing to supply the demand, as they have done in tho past, and do it promptly. P.ut to do so they will need the assistance of every worker in the city who knows how to v.ork on the pads. buarnueiSMX Momns τογ Being Drunk and Disorderly After having been dismissed from ro;!rt yesterday morning with one of the severest reprimands every given out by Recorder Pickersgill, Michael .Γ. Hanley, twenty-eight years old, a recently discharged soldier, was again arrested at 2.20 o'clock yesterday af ternoon. charged with being drunk and disorderly. Hanley was in com pany with John Wolfram, thirty-two years old, one of the Coast Guards sta tioned in this city, who was also ar rest ed for being drunk and disorderly, it being: charged that Hanley gave the other man the liquor. Wolfram came in for his share of derision from He- ι corder Pickersgill this morning tvlien ; lip was told that he was a disgrace to j his country, the government and the uniform he wore. Both men were1 sentenced to pay a $100 line or spend; six months in the county workhouse, j Hanley had been before the local police on many occasions, his father having been responsible for his be ing set free yesterday morning when he told Recorder Pickersgill that it would be the last time he would ap pear before the court and ask for his >on'x release. Hanley was recently discharged from the army also. Good Health in Camps WASHINGTON, April 5 —The health of tho army in the United State*· continues good, the War De partment announced today, although in many Northern camps bronchitis and influenza, complicated with pneu monia. increased the death rate .-lightly over the preceding week There were 237 deaths reported of which ninety were among the regu lars. twenty-nine in the National Ciu&rd and 11 R in the National Army. PULlUh NEWS An automobile, license N. .T. 47,305, v.a.s stolen from in front of the Ma jestic theatre last nlurht, according: to a report made to the police. Tho engine number is 1700620. Tlie car carried a shoe on the rear and waj owned by a Mr. Tilor, of South Am boy. Λ key ring containing several key* has been found and may be secured by identifying at police headquarter». P.J.BURKE IS ΚΕΙ OF STATE PUCE CHIEFS Elected at Newark to Succeed the Late Chief Cleary, of Trenton. Patrick J. Burke» chi6f of police of this city, was honored at the meet ing the Chiegs of Police Association of tho state of New Jersey, held in New ark yesterday, when lie was elected president of that organization. The election to office <mine as a complete surprise to Chief Burke, who has served longer in his capacity as chief than any other police chief in the state. Chief Burke succeeds Chief Cleary of Trenton, who died during his term of office last year. The vice president of the organization had been acting as president until yester day, when the annual election of the association was held. Chief Burke was informed that nome very important business was to be taken up at the meeting in letters 1 received by him prior to the meeting. He stated this morning that he had no idea of what the other chiefs were ; çoing to "put over on him." Chief Burke is now nerving his thirty-first j rear as a mesmiber of the Perth Ain- j boy police force and his twenty-sixth I year as chief of the local police. The j local chief has always been an active ι member in the state association and ' lias been elected in recognition of his | work in the association. He is also \ member of the International Chiefs of Police Association. Saloonkeeper Held for Violation of Excise Law Stephen Moritko, fifty-two years old, a saloon keeper of 726 State streets, admitted before Recorder Pickersgill last night that he had sold liquor to a man after the man's fam ily had served him with an order prohibiting him to sell him any drinks and was instructed to furnish $300 bonds for the grand jury. The com plainant was Stanley Docuski, of 745 Stato street. Auto Speeder Fined .Terry Gagzola, twenty years old, of 108 East 104th street, New York, earned a lesson concerning- traffic "ules in this city last night when he vas fined $ 15 by Recorder I'ickersgill 'or reckless driving. Traffic Officer Murray made the complaint, claiming ritgzola went across Smith and State streets at a rate he estimated at wenty miles an hour. Officer Murray vas escorting an elderly woman Lcros-s the street at the time and jould not stop the automobile. He jumped on a passing car and caught jp with the other car at Market and King streets. The incident occurred ast week but the hearing was post- ! poned to last night. | Killed in Auto Crash Word was received thin morning by Mr. and Mrs. William Bath, of 87 [jcwls street, that their son-in-law, Harry Wright, of Rochester, Pennsyl vania, had been killed in an automo bile accident, at Monaca, Pennsyl vania, yesterdaly. No details of the îccldent were received. Mr. Wright was the husband of Mr. md Mrs. Bath's daughter Marjorle. iud the remains are being brought to this city, the funeral services being held from the Bath home on Sunday lfternoon. Further details of the fun îral have not been arranged as yet. IOMNBSŒ —Perth Ainboy Camp No. 15,142, Modem Woodmen of America, will idmit several candidates to member ship at their meeting: tonight. Ar rangements will he iiiadn for the final membership drive until April 26, when the big: join class adoption will be held in Jersey City. There will bo no loss than 150 candidates in cluded in the class and the local camp has already secured its quota. Po Ambo Tribe No. 65, Improved Drder of Red Mon, held a pow-wow it Red Men hall last night. Lawrence Lodge Odd Follows is scheduled to nieot tonight at Odd Fel ows hall. There will Ijo a meeting of the Perth Vmboy Lodge Xo. 1586, Fraternal Or ler of Eagles tonight. Valhalla Lodge Odd Fellows met Quit night at Odd Fellows hall. CITY BRIEFS The Ladies Aid Society of the Grace English Lutheran church held a jewing session in the basement of tho whurch yesterday afternoon. C.YKI) OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thank* to Rev. Ol© Nlelson, Flynn Peterson, undertakers, for services rendered, aLso J^adiee' Aid Society of Swedish Oongregational church, and friends and relatives for beautiful floral tributes received. MR. & MRS, JOHN ERIKSON, 303 Washington St. U2iM-4-"-lt< ♦ SF.ALEI) BIDS AND PROPOSALS Will be received at the Council Chamber, Oit y JIall, Perth Amboy, N. J., on April 22. 1^18, at 8 P. M., for □ne motor-driven combination pickup sprinkler and sw£« per. Bidder will be required to furnish references of at least five places where their machines are in opera- i tion. Certified chock for $300 must ac· company each bid. The Board of Aldermen reserves the right to reject any or all bids. 18224-4-5-10-15-18 PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone No. f ENGINEERS FOUNDERS MACHINISTS Genet al an£ Bp cial Machine. Pattern, Hrtn»r anil P,l;t< k«rrith Work t NOTICE KEMENY'S JEWLLRY STORE MOVES APRIL 15 over on the corner at Smith & State Sts. Keep your eye on our new store. Special Reductions of 10% Now on AU Jewelry Until We Hove. L. KBMXNY 112 Snllh Street <ε> Têtard m fêdmm HE WEARS THE Ν ATTI A Fashion Park Copyrighted Idea The first official presentation of Fashion Park styles is announced and their consider ation is suggested to discriminating men. We consider it a privilege to be in position to offer the men of our town these ideas and we will take particular pleasure in explaining the copyrighted idea in detail and exhibiting models to callers. KNOX HATS In All The Fashionable SNAPPY SPRING TOP COATS "The Tailor, Clothier and Haberdasher' ' Shades For Spring 91 Smith Street For your eyesight trouble· consult Dr. F. J. Monaghan. Optometrls, No. 75 Smith St. Dully 9:38 to U; 1 30 to 6:30 Monday, Friday, Saturday, till ». Tel. 1775. Home apuolntment·. MISS S. PETERSON, Room 219 U&ritan Bldf. Cor. Madieon Ave. nnd Smith St. Hairdressing and Manicuring, Hair Goods and Toilet Supplies Masquerade Wigs' for Hire. Telephone 1542. Printing PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE Litho graphing HALF TONES RUBBER STAMP·» CUTS OF ALL KINDS BUSINESS FORMS No work too big. None to» small. Telephone 1(1. j ι Perth Amboy ί Printing Co. 70 SMITH STREET Bucceeaor· to Job Printing Dept. PERTH AMBOr EVKNINQ NBWa PLUMBING, TINNING AND HEATING -GEO. W. STILWELL, No. 187 King Street. city. J. F. BURNS & SON PLUMBING, HEATING, SHKET M ETAL WORK. BAR WORK AND SUPPLIES. Telephone Connection. 193 New Brunswick Ave. RHODES BROS. EXPRESS 1Π Paterson St. Phone Connection. EXPRESS and CARTING GENERAL RIGGING Local and Long Distance. riRE-ttooL· κοη sale ANDREW NELSON PIANOS TUNED and REPAIRED New Location. RARITAN BUILDING 173 SmlU St. Tel. 4M-Vf Office 3rd Floor. Room Si». Telephone 1771. C. RASMUSSEN, Heavy Auto Hauling & Rigging Estimate» Cheerfully Furnished. 418 Complm Ave., I>«rth Amboy. N. J. Storage Ground, Second St. GRAHAM & McKEON General Contractors Excavating, Grading, Etc., Sand. Gravel, Broken Stone, Carting, Etc. ϋβΐ SMITH BIURET I Ϊ28 .NEW BRUNSWICK AVE. Builders' and Contractors' Directory leadatonaa Lot Kncluaur·* 0. J. WILLIAMS liarbla and Oranlto Monument# 10I-311 New Brunswick Ave. PERTH AHBOT, N. J. FRED CHRISTENSEN CONSTRUCTION CO. Οη··Ι·η h4 RalMtr· 0®c« end Shop. 21» Madleon Α»β, Katimatea cheerfully furnUbed. Jabbing Promptly Attendi-d I, D. Phone >44. To. Perth Araboy. IRA R. CROUSE CARPKNTHK and BUILDER Telephone 1416 I AS Mate St Perth Am hay. κ j. ADOLPH Η. KOYEN Igrmrn t« Edward Korea Maaone' Material·. Cement, Stonai SdlHon'a Portland Cernant. Hleglnaon'a ClARter. I.eht«ti Coal. Bayre Ave. Tal. 137»-\V CARL C. CHRISTENSEN MASON and CONTRACTOR All kind· of Cement Work a Specialty. Telephone 442. Corner State and Paterson Eta. Old Age's Cnlef Blctaing. The fruit of old ηκβ le the memory and rich store of blrsslDgs laid up Id early life.—Cicero.