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» So Amboy To Take' Action On Ferry Tonight ffOTTTI A M BOY, Oct. 11.—To night the committee composed of the member» of the common council the mayor and the city «oHottor will meet several of the official» of the Highland* Navigation Company and It i» expected that final action on the proposed franchise for ferry service between this city and a point on fitaten Island, known as Sea Breeze At the last regular meeting of the common council, the navigation company presented their appllca tion for the franchise. It was *ιι«· Rested that the point in this city be what is known as the old city dock which in the part few years was al lowed to decay to a «rreat extent. At ftr»t the foot of Bordentown avenue was selected as the best possible point in this city, as It would elimi nate all grnilo crossings and would be a direct route to all short point» and Philadelphia. Due to the shal lowness of water at this place and the expense Involved by buildlnjr the docks, it was advised that the old city dock at the foot of Henry «tree! be the point in this city. By usine Henry street it will In· vol\e the grade ' rousing of the New York & Ι.οης Branch Itailroad or this street, but the eoncllmen ir every instance are behind the move ment and will encourût» «s far al rv»nble the landing n! the propose i ι feirv in this city. The appil' niion in pari suRgeim·· that the city donate the old dock foi a period of fifty years th« compan) to make the necessary repairs, and bear the expense of maintenance. Th navigation con.p«ny are anx ious to g» t tho wjrk riarted so as tf be ready for the rush In the spring Two boats will be used and wll maintain a half hour service be tween this city and Staten Island Thirty cars will constitute a boat load. The company stated that should busln warrant, they will add to to meet the demands of the ————« Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our i.^ncst belief that the tobaccos used in Chester field are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blended 'JH The Best Gasoline Costs no More DURING our many years' experience in producing gasoline we have dis covered that the proper blending of basic crudes is necessary for a well balanced fuel. And our access to prac I tically every developed oil field has in sured full utilization of the various types and grades of crude in exactly the pro portions needed. me 1H1JJ11»» ru uuuiuai u uiuiu· line is produced through the efforts of our Development Department experts. These men have devoted their lives to the study of oil refining and the relation be tween the properties of oils and the uses to which they are adapted. "Standard" Motor Gasoline represents the fruit of their years of painstaking experimenta tion. It is uniform in quality, quick firing, clean-burning. It is the best gaso line obtainable, and costs no more than any other. The consistent use of "Standard" Motor Gasoline will go far towards correcting many of the more common difficul ties of motoring. If your engine over heats or gives off vile exhaust gases, if your cylinders miss or carbonize quickly, if the oil in your crankcase becomes diluted, it is probable that you have been using the wrong gasoline. Fill up with the improved "Standard"1. On eale wherever you see the familiar "S.O." 6ign. Remember—it coal a no more. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEW JERSEY) 1 » » a»» m * m λ λ » »*»«'■ ■ * τ μ τ » ^^1 ■ ^ « traflie. In nearly every Instance the cltv taxpayer la general welcome the ferry project, an<l ansloualy await tii* Improvement to the c)*.y. FIREMAN HHRT at so. nor — Wheel of Apparatus Passes Over Michael Leonard's Foot-Small Fire Loss SOUTH AMBOT Oct. 11.—A fire of unknown origin in the building owned by Mr. Schewelowlti and oc cupied by Meyer Feldman. on Hlgh land street, brought out the entire fire department of the city. The alarm was sent in from box 34 after the fire had gained considerable headway. The quick work of the firemen probably saved the entire structure which was a frame build ing. The fire was discovered by Mr. Feldman in the kitchen of his home about S o'clock. The fire companies were quick to respond. The damage was estimated at 1200. While attempting to board the fire truck at the corner of Broadway and Augusta street. Michael Leonard missed his footing and the rear wheel passed over the toes of hie left foot, making medical attention necessary. Leonard is a member of the Independent Fire Company of the city. The Progressive Fire Company with their new apparatus were among the first on the scene. The weekly training of the fire fighters keep the laddies in trim and show up well at all fires. root nu 11 τ ι·ηιιτ··Αν The Metuchen Athletic Club eleven Issues a defl to any gridiron team in this vicinity averaging 150 pounds. The Metuchen team would especially like to meet the '.ooeovelt Football club at Metuchen on Election day. George Breen 68 Pearl street, Me tuchen, is manager of this team. TUT THIS FOR INDIGESTION Foley Cathartic Tablets are just the thing for constipation. Their action is wholesome and thoroughly cleansing, without gripping, nausea or inconvenience. They banish head ache. biliousness, bloating, gas. bad breath, coated tongue and other symptoms of disordered digestion. Mrs. H. J. Marchard, 36 Lawrence St., Salem. Mass.. writes: "I used Foley Cathartic Tablets for consti pation with good results. I keep them In thu house." Sold every —here.—Adv. U. S. Marine Band At Majestic Theatre Tomorrow Night 1/ \ι M \n/ */W * '!/»*%* Λ . . <- - ν- V. 9 > TW U. SPARINE BAND AT THE WHITE HOUSE. ipASHINGJ® jfiy·. . * · *»··· · ··-· **.·.'»·*> /. j»· <sV·. 'V ? When the curtain rises at the I Majestic tomorrow afternoon peo- ] pie for the first time in this city will have the opportunity of enjoy ing a concert by one of, if not the most famous musical organization in the world. The occasion will mark the first appearance here of the United States Marine Band, "The President's Own." Many peo ple have only heard this wonderful organization through the rendition of its mueic on the phonograph and talking machin·» records, and it was through the efforts of l'erth Amboy Forest No. 68. Tall Cedars of Leb anon. that the band will appear in this city. There will be two con certs, one at 3 o'clock in the after noon and the other at 8:15 o'clock at night. The United Slates Marine Band If the official band of the t'nited States government, and is one of which we can all be proud. Probably never again will this great band visit the city and this may be your last op portunity to hear it. It is an orgAu izntion that is purely American The United States Marine Bind is as much at home when plajinj classical music u-« when playing that of the lighter variety and when march music is played, it is α sign for the audience to applaud for en core after encore. Captain W:lllan·. H. iiantelman, the leader of :he band, has a wond?ïful personality· like a prtat actor. beir,re the flrr: throe te c< tions have b«n played he has won his way Into the hearts cf his auc'ence and no one seems ti enjoy ci.e concert more thfn he Avions the soloists are Rnrert Ε Clark p'ayer of the trombone and Arthur Vitcomb, cornet soloist. \Vhen the oand arrives here to morrow it will be a historic event in the life of the -city that will al ways be remembered by those who attend the concert. It is very sel dom that a city the slie of Perth Am boy has an opportunity to boast of the fact that it has be"n honored by an engagement of "The President! Own." The program for tomorrow's con· cerui follow: . j Afu-rnχχι rr-'cnm 3oloi«t: Prln' . ;>al Mub.ciaa· Robert E. CSarit Overture—"Zam pa" »T-din>.nd HeroM Kntr-'Acte—"Th«· Vsiley of Pop ples" ("harlea An· l.ff· •o ·> fer trombone—"Love'· En· cbantment" Arthur Pryof ncipal Muslr.an J'.obert E. ClarH <r-nes from IJalle: Marie—"Prlne· Ador" Cornelius P.nebn·» n'.emiissioii ■ lude and internv.-no f-om "The Jewels of th« Madonna" Krmanno Wolf-Ferrari . alst Suite—"The Bachelor*" i —William H. ~a->telroa*e Vorthern P.hapsody'Luciiis Hoiotl Inal Act III from "Kl^naT" Ιί ι chard Wagne· The 8!ar-Spangle>1 1!inner"" Etrnlnt Program ' ;oiet: Principal Musician. Arthul < 8. Witcomb iverture—"peace Jubilee" —Carl Peinecka "i 'Spring Morarng Serena de" —Pierre Lacotth olo for cornet—"Willow Echoee" 1 —Frank riimot Principal Musician A. 8. Witcomb rran4 Scenes from "The Valkyrl·"*7 —Richard \Vagntj 'ntermisslon— 'rologue—' Pocahontas" —William H. Santolmann To an apotheosis of th<- I"rince»· of the Forest, by Randolph Kelm) rhrough many dangers past. To a tortured doom at last. (Smith) 1 do entreat thee Say live, else Thy Matoaka dies. ( Ρ ■f-ahonta·! ] \ slave, my daughter! I give his life lo Thee. ( Powhatan) Invitation to the I>ance" —Weber-Weingartnei Transcribed for Military Band by William H. Santelmann "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 14" — F run* Llset "The Star-Spangled Banner" In order that no one will ml·· •he opportunity to hear this great organization the Tall Cedar* bav· decided to continue today the sale of ! cut rate tickcts being issued t« school children. The sale of theaa tickets was to have ceased yesterday hut rather than keep some child from attending the concert, it haa l-een decided to keep the tickets on sale until 6 o'clock tonight. Tb« t rkets may be obtained from room 312 Raritan building. ! IF THERE IS ANYTHING THAT TOC WANT Which Tour Regular Druggist Does Not Rave Come to us. we have it or will b« glad to get it for you. CITY PHARMACY, Inc. "The Home Drug Store." I 285 Smith Street. Corner Oak L. Bamberger & Co. Newark The above illustration shows foui οf the newest models Here! That Heralded Sale Men's Winter Overcoats $37.50 In all our stoie keeping expedience we do not believe that we have seen advertised abetter or more timely sale foi men. And we make this statement in all since) it y. Over 700 overcoats in this iot The writer has se? η a sample of every style. One i>> better than the other. At 37.50 they are a sensation—a distinct sensation. You will find every type o.' eoat represented—from the swapper English Raglan in heather mixtures and sturdy tweeds to the dressy, conservative Chesterfield in oxford preys. You will tind every 1'abrie, every pattern and every style of coat that a man should wear. No room for lengthy descriptions. No time to be lost if you want the best selection. We are all on tiptoe to help you. You will wait long before you get another opportunity to make such a man's si;? savings. We repeat. $.37.50! Come! BAMBERGER S—SECOND FLOOR NEWARK. N.J.