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| IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS
Three Cornered Volley Ball
Match at Y.M.C. A. Saturday
There Is to be a big attraction
Saturday night In the Y. M. C. A
when a three-cornered volley ball i
match will be staged In the gymna- |
aium. The games will start at 7:30
and the three teams that will strive ,
for the high honors are the Yonkers
Y. II C. A. ball batters, the net art
ists from the Greenwich, Conn., “I," i
and the stellar performers of the
local association, who In the past few
months have become great enthusi-1
a st* of volley ball as a result of their j
league.
Both the Yonkers and Greenwich j
team* have wonderful reputations as
star volley ball players but the local
men are determined to make them
bite the dust and bite it hard on Sat- J
urdAy night. The Yonkers team Is
led by no less formidable a coach I
than S. C. Pew, the former physical j
director here, whoee great playing
will be vouched for by the men of the
Perth Amboy team since they know
him of old. The Greenwich aasocia- ]
tlon Is reputed to have one of the |
best teams In this part of-the conn-|
try and are coming down to this city ;
confident that they will bring homo
the bacon but—everyone Is Invited to
come out Saturday night and see
them and the Yonkers team meet
with a big disappointment.
The men who will represent this
city on the volley ball court will be
pteked from the following crack ma
terial: Nielsen, Ooidberger, Greisen.
Hooper. Sharp. Westcott, Senman and
Hanson.
Simsbury Arranges fur
Huge Ice Carnival Jan. 18
RKD BANK, Dec. 27 —Despite the
fact that until today there ha* been no
Indication that winter was to take its
customary place among the_ seasons,
Ice yachtsmen have made ac tive prep
a ration* for a season of racing that
will measure up to the most active of
otiier yeurs. Regattas have been ar
ranged and dates set with the appar
ent assurance that there will be plenty
of ice, smooth and of the requisite
thickness, at the proper time. Some
of the prominent Shrewsbury skippers
ere in tiie service, but their yachts will
not he idle, and In addition there are
9k number of new boats to be launched
and >,alled by owners seeking for tho
first time fame upon tho Ice. The re
gata season is scheduled to start Jan
uary IS with iceboat and skating races.
It will he an all-day affair of contests
with a carnival on the Ice at night.
Tennis Champ Beaten
A now aspirant for junior honors
loomed up yesterday in the national
lndn '• championship for youngsters
on ti e board courts of the Seventh
Reel uent Armory. He is H. R. Kal
tenkach. Jr., a Princeton student, who
formerly represented Yonkers High
School. He sprang tho biggest sur
prise of the season by eliminating
Hiir- '.I I.. Taylor cf Brooklyn Prep.,
the rational junior champion on turt
court:' by 6-3, 8-6. Kaltenbach's
not'd v ictory came in the third round
of th<- Junior singles.
Th<- match was the most exciting
of tho tournament and the best, con
sider lug the age of the contestants.
■»_ -seen on a local court in mnay months.
Kali' ibac.h executed the most daz
xllng i hots yet performed by a young
ster. So well did he serve and with
such accuracy did he place bis shots
that he went through tho match with
out making a default.
Kaplowiiz Wounded
l eads Kaplowit :. the sterling guard
and c cotain of last year's champion
Y. M. H. A. basketball team lias been
repo’ ted in the casualties from
Prance. Koppy. who -went over about
eight months ago, has been in con
siderable fighting. To relieve his
many friends he Is raid to he out of
the in soltal with :t minor wound and
back with his regiment again.
Gillespie File Play Tonight
The Gillespie Five, representing the
T. A. Gillespie Reading Company at
Morgan. will again endeavor lo place
one more scalp on their belt of vic
tories tonight when they will tty con
clusions with an all-star team com
posed of men from the crack Dupont
aggregation of basketball warriors and
some dribblers from the South River
team. This is the usual Friday night
gam > that the Gillespie five plays, and
will ho staged on the St. Mary's court
In South Amboy with dancing both be
fore end after the game.
GERMANY AND FRANCE
Hun* VlmulT Om«Mrrti«; Trade Bo
Litton* With Knemv.
PARIS. IV.c i7—Inoutries already
have been made by Germany as to
what trade relations she may have
with France after peace is made per
manent.
A conference has been held in Lux
emburg for preliminary consideration
of the problem of trade with Germany
and other confere->ces will he held.
"We shall ask tlie German delegates
what the right bank of the Rhine can
offer in exchange for what the left
ban'- might concede. That will be
the basia for negotiations." said Lou
cheur minister <'♦ munitions.
Eli" ioyers of labor In the Brier re
gion bare been told bv Loucheur
fhet they must adapt themselves to
new «-onomic conditions and he pre
pare,I to paV higher wsgee snd to
concede tile claims of thetr workers in :
reg’rd to thet rrlgths as cellsbomtora
They were also informed that Inter
vention of the state was to be expected
and the fixing of special regulations
which they must obey.
PATRICK WHITE & SONS
Teisphoae No. 1
ENGINEERS FOUNDERS
MACHINISTS
Qsnsrsl snd spectsl Ifeehlne. Pattern,
Holler and niack»ml*h Work
mTfettman
F,.3HIQNAHL11 LADIES' TAILOR
»• SMITH ST.
Mo doubt you are ready to have your
Sell and winter oatflte made. Come
and see the lateet styles and materials
for coats and salta
i s!
!i
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“Hobey’ Baker Meets Death
In Fall Of Plane In France
Captain Hobart A. II. Baker of tho
Cnltod States Aviation Corps, the irre
pressible "Hober" of Princeton foot
ball and hockey fame, accidently was
killed tn the fall of his plane at Toul,
France, last Saturday. News of hlu
death was received here yesterday by
his friend, Percy Payne, in a cable
gram from Capt. ' rands N. Ingle
hart, a member of Baker’s air squad
ron. tho Fourth Pursuit Group.
It was tho unkind cut of fate that
"Hobey” should go unscathed through
many desperate air duels during the
war only to meet his death after the
cessation of hostilities and in the last
flight he was to hu\e made before
leaving for home. Papers ordering
tho airman to roturn to America were
found In his pockets when his body
was picked up.
While In the service Baker has
downed twelve Hun planes and had
won the Frsneh Croix de Guerre and
the American Distinguished Service
Medal, TVker was famous in East
ern amateur and college athletic clr- '
cles for his football and hockey play
ing. He easily made the Princeton 1
'varsity eleven and as a member of 1
the backfield from 1911 to 191* as
well as captain of the team In his sen
ior year. He was also captain and a
prominent factor In many of the vic
tories of the Princeton hockey team. 1
After his graduation he entered the
ranks of the amateur club hockey
playora and eventually became a
member of the 8t. Nicholas Club of
the American Amateur Hockey
League. In the position of rover he
won immediate recognition as one of
ttie best hockey players ever devel
oped in the states. In a number sf
; International matches with the lead
; mg Canadian teams hs held his own
both ns a speed skater and hock
i eylst. He was among the early colle
gians to enlist In the aviation service
and soon rose to the rank of captain.
3,300 Dozens of Baseballs
Sent to France In One Month
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It looks as if a lot of winter baseball'
would be'spilled over the diamonds
laid out In France and England for the
American fighting men who must re
main overseas for many months. A
trilling shipment of 86.960 baseballs,
2.880 bats, 10.260 gloves or various
kinds, 8,181 mitts, e hundred sets of
bases, 286 masks, 951 protectors. 5,000
score cards and 10,888 books of rules
was sent overseas In November by tho
Y. M. C. A. Thero were thirty-four
different Items In the entire shipment
of athletic goods which cost $172,
234.81.
The sports department la one of tho
branches of "Y" work overseas that,
is to be increased greatly during the
period of occupation and demobiliza
tion. Military authorities are unani
mous In their praise of the value of
sports In the training of an army to
do a big Job and In keeping the army
In trim after the big Job is done. Men
are now being trained at Springfield
Y. M. C. A. college to go overseas and
extend the work beyond Its already
comprehensive program.
The variety of the sports that are
encouraged among the soldiers Is Indi
cated by the shipment of thousands of
basketballs, boxing gloves, cage balls,
footballs, tennis equipment, quoits,
tug-of-war ropes, volley balls, wrestl
ing mats, medicine balls, playground
bulls and the like. One Item on the
list was 600 pumps with which to
blow up the balls used In kicking
games.
Want Change In Deer Law
South Jersey sportsmen have pre
pared a bill which they will present at
the coming session of the New Jersey
legislature asking for four successive
days In October n«xt as the open sea
son for the killing of deer instead of
four days in as many weeks us at pres
ent. Tho sportsmen are not so much
concerned about allowing the use of
dogs, but feel that with four continu
ous days there would be a better
chance to got crippled deer.
My Business.
l.et people's tongues nud actions he
what they will, my business is to be
good, and I make Hie same speech to
myself that a piece of gold or an em
erald or purple should: “Let people
talk aud net as they please. I must
be an emerald and keep in.v color.”—
Marcus Aurelius.
Birth of Great Organization.
The first organization under the
name of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation was effected June 6, 1844, In
England, due to (he efforts of George
Williams, for the purpose of prayer
and Illblo study. Library and rending
room were later adder), and lecture anil
other courses provided. The associa
tion In America Is the outgrowth of
the English movement In 1844. The
organization In America now has al
most a million members.
Kapko and Moon Rematched
for Semi-final at Lotos
The next show of the I.otos boxing
club will be held at the Palace Hall
arena on Friday night, January 3. Joe
McNulty Is giving the fight followers of
trying to secure •'Silent'* Martin, one
of tho premier mlddlewelghts in the
game, to don the gloves with Johnny
Saxon of Newark. Whether or not
this bout materializes will be known
v< ry shortly.
In the semi-final bout of the night.
McNulty is giving the flfht followers of
this city a chance to see the return
bout between Young Kapko, tho fight
ing trainman of North Amboy and
Johnny Moon of Carteret. The boys
mixed it up at the I.otos a number of
months ago and the slashing bout put
up by both hoys brought about this
return match.
The usual two four-round scraps
will start off the show.
ESCAPED FROM
REFORM SCHOOL
Boys Caught Here Are Sent
Back; School Officers Did Not
Know of Escape
While Patrolman Buchan was pa
roling his beat along Smith street yos
erday afternoon he came across two
imnll boys at Smith street and Watson
ivenue, who as soon as they saw him,
darted to run.
He gave chase and caught them,
rhey said they had escaped from the
State Home for Boys at Jameshurg
ind gave their names as Sophus Bailey
snd Oscar Jangham.
The boys were taken to police head
quarters and Chief Burke got In com
munication with the authorities at
Tnmesburg. who were surprised to And
that the boys had left that institution
end were III Perth Amboy They will I
•end en officer here today ta take I
the boys back to the school.
According to ths local police it Is
apparently an easy matter to escape
from the Jamesburg school Rnd they
cite the case of Stephen Mature, who
was sent to that institution a few
months ago from this city and who
was later arrested.as a robber In this
cltv. The authorities nt Jamesburg
did rot even know he had escaped
front that place.
. -- '
Men Differ.
What Is one man's automobile la an
It la a Little Strang*.
“Thls ia n funny world.” said the
facetious feller. "Nothin'* ever said
when n railroad man switches cars, or
a musical case bent* time; and a ncws
paper guy kin pound a typewriter till
It shrieks for help and a hank clerk
ain’t worth shucks unless h* strikes a
balance every evenin’, but Jest let a
feller tap a till real gentle Ilka and
without disturbin’ anybody an’ there’s
the darndest row that ever waa.”—Ia
dlnnapoll* Star,
----J-■= ~ - *.
Rhine Long a Boundary.
The flrnf people who took po*.«e*a*<m
of the banka of the Rhine, wa are foM.
were the half-savage Oita, who after
ward received the name Gaul*. In the
height of his glory Caesar crossed tha
Rhine and shortly afterward took tha
entire river under hi* Jurisdiction. The
river was, in Roman time*, a boun
dary between the province of Gaul and
the German tribe*, and at a later date
and until 1871 waa the frontier be
tween Germany and Franca.
BE PRETTY! TURN
GRAYJAIR DAM
Try Grandmother's Old Favor
ite Recipe of Sage Tea
and Sulphur.
Almost everyone knows that Bags
Tsa and Sulphur, properly compounded,
brings back the natural color and lus
tra to tho hair whan faded, streaked or
P:ray. Tsars ago ths only way to got
hts mixture wee to make It at hornet
which Is muaay and troublesome. Now
adays, by asking at any drug store for
"Wroth's Bags and Sulphur Compound"
you will got s .ergs Cottle of this fa
mous old rec-.pe Improved by ths *4
lltlon of otnsr Ingredients, for about
I* cents.
Don't stay gray! Try ltl No ono
can possibly tell that you darkened
rour hair, as It does It so naturally ay:d
evsnl/. You dampen a sponge or soft
brush with It and draw this through
rour hair, taking ono small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair dta
eppsars, and after another application
»r two your hair becomes beautifully
lark, glossy and attractive.
Wyeth's Sags and Sulphur Com*
Kund la a delightful toilet requtslto
r those who desire dark hair and A
youthful appears nos. It Is not Intend*
e4 for ours, sanitation si prsosm
SATISFYING RELIEF
FROM LUMBAGO
Sloan’s Liniment has the
punch that relieves
rheumatic twinges
This warmth-giving, congestion^
scattering circulation-stimulating rem
edy penetrates without rubbing right to
the aching apot and brings quick relief,
surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for
external rains, sprains, strains, stiff
ness, headache, lumbago, bruises.
Get your bottle today—costa little,
means much. Ask your druggist for it
by r-ame. Keep it handy for the whole
family. The big bottle is economy.
30c, 00c, ft.20
DO YOUR NEW YEAR S SHOPPING EARLY
The Leading Pathephone Store in Perth Am hoy
Jacob Smerling
148a Smith St.
uu$yi5 gg|
Balance in small weekly K
or, monthly payments |g
Thm Paths Gaarar.tss t We guarantee every Path# Record to play at laavt ona
thousand time* with the Path# Sapphire Ball, without impairment to the unex
celled beauty of tone and without showing any perceptible wear on the record.
PATH6 FRfcRES PHONOCRAPS! COMPANY
What a wonderful Now Year's present for the Mother, Wife or < Itild,
the life of all homes and the joys of a Dull Day. Our Pathephones
are unsurpassed and among the thousands who have already bought
them satisfaction prevails and where satisfaction prevails quality
only can be ascertained
The adjoining plate shows but one of our numerous models,
whose prices range from $15 to $225.
Come in and listen to one. If satisfied, buy it on our easy terms.
Compare these exceptional phonographs with other makes at the
same price, you will be impressed with their excellent value and fine
quality. They are remarkably well built, of thoroughly seasoned
hard wood in all finishes, mahogany, oak and golden oak, beautifully
finished and of conservative designs that will harmonize with alneost
any style of interior decora!ion. All exposed parts are niokle plated
The}’ are equipped with the famous Pathe Sapphire ball, which elim
inates sham destructive needles and'eaunot. cut or rip the record.
- We also have a new New Year’s supply of the latest records, pa
triotic, classical and Instrumental. These records are guaranteed when
played with the Pathe 8apphire Ball, to play 1,000 times without any
signs of perceptible wear—thus the long lived record.
Some of our latest records are the following:
22018—Would You Rather Be a Colonel.
When Tony Goes Over the Top.
32006—Come Down to Toy Town.
When It’s Peach Jam Making 'rime.
22004—Oh ! How I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Comes Home.
The Trail of The Lonesome Pine.
29223—First Hit Medley.
Fu.
39060- Abide With Me.
Almost Persuaded (Chimes and Organ).
40134—Church Scene.
Songs My Mother Used to Sing.
29219—The Holy City.
Adeste Fldelis Oh! Come AH Ye Faithful.
20351 KKK Katy.
N-Evervthing.
Special for‘TODAY and SATURDAY-Cabinet Koch O-Phone
with twelve (individual choice) selections. These machines are
equipped with a Pathe attachment for Patbe records and like the
Pathephones will play any make records. Other Koeh-0 Phones
range in price from $10.50 to $150.00.
To these we have a large assortment of jewelry, an ideal Christ,
mas gifts, including some of the following: Watohea, Rings, Brace
lets, Brooches, Fountain Pens, Lockets, Lavalliers, Wrist Watches,
Out Glass, Etc. at reasonable prices. Drop in today and choose your
Xmas gifta. A small deposit will secure anv article for tha holidays.
..■ STORE HOURS: 9:00 to 5:30* - —
Special ^TA^lONAI
ms JT Outlet Stole
119 West 24th St.. Near 6th Ave., N. Y.
29c l"7 No Connection with Any Other Store $100
XWONDERFUL BARGAIN DAT
This store has been closed two days to take inventory. Now for a great
clearance of all odds-and-ends and discontinued numbers on Saturday.
CLEARANCE OF WINTER COATS
There are 964 Coats for
Saturday’s selling. We fea
i ture six as examples of the
big bargains to be found in
; this great sale.
; A -The new Chin Chow Cloth,
95 00
i B—Coat of good weight mixture,
95.00
C—Wool Velour; fur fabric trim,
$«.»7
D-—Velour Coating; fur fabric
trim. 99.07
E—Velour Coating ;_ fur fabric
trim, 913.97
v * 0 *
$1397 5997
500 PIECES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
A clearance of odds and ends, of which there are in some cases but one or two of a
kind. Muslin and Flannelette Gowns, Chemise, Petticoats, Slips, tO SOQ7
Brassieres and Combinations. Big values. Prices from.£k** *
600 PIECES KNIT UNDERWEAR ~]
For Men, Women and Children. In Winter, medium and light weights. The light weight
garments in this lot are such wonderful values it will pay to fkfVA tO
buy for next Summer’s needs. a|mk** -
IP Choice of any Men’s, Women’s
or Children’s Shoe in the Store
Shoes of Calf, Gun Metal-flnlihed and
Patent leather. Shoes for work, <lre*« and
school wear. Not a full range of alzes In j
each stylo, but your else la here in many
style*. They are wonderful bargain* at
Saturday's clearance price of.
WOMEN’S BOUDOIR SLIPPERS of Kelt trimmed with AQ^ :
felt band in harmonizing color. Outer aole of
f-lt.
D AVIVirAAT DllDrilViyC There are wonderful value* They are smartly designed good etyle gar- j
vF/m 1 Drill.menta made extru durable, with s»ama that are both afltched and cemented.
One is made from a pretty rot-1 A Raincoat of a rubberized cot- Model V—Military style Rain
ion plaid with a rubber- JOf'l ton fabric, which la slm $059 finlshad allk-and-cotton «Q97
ized inner surface ^ —— ilar to mohair.... ** fabric. —
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY FURS
Kur nf White “Ireland" Fa* silky, . Fur Set of genuine natural color Fez., Mlsaea Bet of White "Ireland*’ Fez.
Combed Thibet Lattili....$8,94 1 Both plena lined with good *atln. , long, glouy hair of Thibet Lamb.
Sopurat* S« arf; fashlsnable natural I $18-94 ; $4.91
i-olor. gre> ish tan Wolf fur, Satin j New style <*aue of close haired, dens*. J Scarf of •\lruaa” Faz—-the long-haired
lined . .$5.91 j eilky f'eney fur. Lined with *atin.$9.97 South American Vicuna. . $5.97
h'epaiate Hcarf, "Mitnrliuruu" l.yitx—‘ Girl* Set of Wblt# ‘'Ireland" Fax— Little Girls’ Het of "Tiger” Coney fur
glossy ’ Mauchurau ’ L>og $5.97 ! silky Combed Thibet Lauib.. 95.97 1 —soft, dsnss gray-tan fur $1.00
Examples ol Our Big Waist Bargains I
A—Bilk Georgette Crepe rich ellk em
broidery -hemstitched.$1.07 !
B t’lmie Crepe, a rich double-faced
Silk materiel .$4.07
C—Dark Kllk Georgette Crepe; effectively
embroidered . Hit I f
D—Navy Blue Silk Georgette Crepe;
bleque *«r eatlu trimming Hard
embroidered.Hi*
S32Z E-—Soft -toned B!<> ie* of Silk Georgette, I |
(i Ramie Linen, • eplen
dld cot'on Mterltl.
Hand embroidered.
§!.«•
I« White Voile with con
tiaaMng < olor Voile
trim .91.00 j
I - Blour* of. Voile trim
rued with pin tucke,
91.40
J ■ rcee bar Voile witn
white organdie trim.
91.40
K Satin - rmiahed J a p
Silk with white
Habutal Hi)* $1.07
1/— Minw»' Sailor Hli-iw
of navy Blue Silk
Georgette Crepe,
91.97 _
Sale Knit Underwear
Clearance sale prices offer you amazing
values. Quantities limited in some cases,
so come early.
Children's Colton Shirts, 2 to 4 yra.29o
Men's light weight Ualbrlggan Shirts.49c
Women's heavy Scarlet Wool Drawers. $2.39
Women's heavy Scarlet Wool Vests $2.39
Women's heavy weight Wool and Cotton
Union Suits. Elastic rib .$3.97
Children's Cotton Union Suits. 74c
Women’s Wool-and-cotton Suit*.$2.40
Women's Cotto® Union Suits. $1.69
Women'! Union $..lts; knee length. $1.69
Big Sale Hosiery
This is your opportunity to buy hose at
big savings.
Children's Black Cotton Hose. 3 Pr. 47c
Women's Artificial Silk Boot llofe.49c
Women’s Thread 811k Boot Hose.69c
Women’s good quality Silk Boot Hose . . . .79c
Women’* superior quality Silk Boot Hose $1.00
Men’s Silk Lisle Hose...39c
Men’s Artificial Silk and Lisle. 39c
Men’s Thread and Artificial Silk.39«
Women’s fleeced Black Cotton Hose.35<*
Women’s fleeced ribbed-top Hose.85c
Women’s medium weight Cottou Hose.. 35c
Women’s Black Cotton Hose...35c
Great Bargains lor Men and Boys
3,000 garments consisting of Men's and Boys' Overcoats, Suits and Mackinaws that range from
many odd pieces lit Men's and Boys' apparel ranging from 29o to #7.9T.
I Knitted Caps and Scarfs
A—Angora-finished Cap of | G—Smell .hlldr.n'. Cap of W-Smell children's Cap of
Wool aud cotton.Me Wool tan.. Mr "<*•»
n -Wool Worai.d An«or. flu-I »« -Cap and ale a' fI MUed ; S -Small children's W o o l
tshed Tam.3»r Wool, AagerS flnla^h, ^ ,oiled kalllod Ta' n. . t»«
<’ Wool Woril.t, whit# | - rap and s««if F#t In *n O t*h»!dr«n'a Kallted Cap.
trowii, colored trim. He Angora flnlan. ft.00 , Wool-mlJtod Yarn. •
I>- I.u#rrun# Mb«r riilk on cot- | J -Smart fop of Wool Wor- r—Children # warm, An*°JJ;
ton foundation .. Ht #t#d Yarn. Hr flulab*»*i r»l.
K —Can of n worm yarn which |.—fJirla* Angora - finished Q -Girl#* Hood of Worn ted -
fa tt-oetly wool..... .35c , * Knitted Cap . the and-cutton Yarn. ■ . loc
HOUSE DRESSES r fj ^
Fifteen dilfarent styles are feature* i
In tills bis sale. Made of Percale.
Chambray-Unene. Checked Lawn. Blue 1 C/'
Kepp, Llnetie and (4 00 tO S3 97 M-tnch* M a a t 111 a I
Cotton Serge. *1 _ v A Shawl U Anfora fln- I
Prices from. Job Painted hank. A I
big bargain.
1 The “National’s" 0..»l*t Stnr*. 110 W. 24th SL. Nasr fitb Aw.-a
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