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n Strange Jamesburg Case
___________________ I A,'!KRBFRG, Dec. 1*.—An Im <iriant qu'-stlon will be decided he nrr J ustlc. of tile Peace William '.ixton and a Jury at borough hall n Friday of this week when *nree •rn nlleg.'u trespasser* on the farm f Pr. Hens Foesierllng. of the Abor ,i.-in. a. this place'. wiH attempt to 1 oort ve etlie charge against them, nr the flr-.-l 'time In the history of I1 ,1 police courts It is expert, d :t s dog will be one of the chief t:i.lenses egdinst the men accused. The men accused of hunting on • Abor farm, who pleaded not gull <it a hearing before Justice Pax i ; est< Way. were Peter Rue. i.-tries Sn.ith. l<eeter Smith, of A demand that the cases • • ueard by a jurv caused the post n ment until Friday, when ea£h .« .Vndant will have a lawyer. Many local hunters will be lnter .1 in thj outcome of this case as I. men claim that they were not i ■ iiiassers but admit that their c- rid dogs might have been. Dr. Foe&terllng in an interview r*v>4 his sidn of tht case that led to In- arrest* , f the men and the me )H i Is he used to secure their names. " I admltten that he did not see the i *n that hid It not been for a traln d German wolf hound that he has ci his place the men would have mde their get-away. Hearing shots li the date in Question Dr. Foester |ng sen. his tralncif dog out in the Irt-ctlon ot the shots and presently he dog returned with a yelping i mnd in his mouth like a cat car pi Its young. Depositing the dog n .he barnyard it would return to ■» field Hni bring back another un r i he entire number hunting on the ■ -mlse.s were captured. The men missing their dogs would , orally hunt them up and came to 1 Foesterling farmhouse and de cided their dogs. This was com piled with when the meh disclosed their identity when the arrests fol lowed. The dog has in all captured twelve dogs found hunting and In each case the men were convicted before jus tice cf trespass when confronted with the mute testimony of the dog as given through its owner. METUCHEN The Metuchen Club House pre sented a most attractive appearance recently when Mrs. Alexander Al lison entertained her host of friends there, by giving a card party. Eighty ladles entered the contest and many watched the game. After the fourth game, prizes were awarded. Mrs. Charles Prtckett, Mrs. Donnan. Mis* Beatrice Morris and Mrs. Fred Ayers and Mrs. Wesley Benner. Ice cream and cake and coffee were served in the room prettily decorated with Christmas greens. Among the out of town guests were Mrs. Fisher, of Sayrevllle; Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Smith, of Plainfield; Mrs. Cook of East Orange; Mrs. Gillespie, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Vanderwater, of Camp Raritan, and Mrs. Wesley Brenner of Orange. The young people of. the Reform ed church gave one of their popular plays in the church parlors Friday night. The ladies of the Presbyterian church held a very successful bazar In their church parlors Thursday and Friday afternoon and eyening. A cafeteria supper was, served both evenings and a generous amount was added to the treasury, for the church repair fumj. Mrs. George Humph ritsjFas chairman, and was assisted at jgne fancy work booth by Mrs. George Grasen. Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Am brose Mundy, Mrs. W. T. Campbell, At Mite Strand - ~ '■ - > Priscilla dean ■ft <3 grfft/ung scene from CONFLICT’'* uneci, At'MI \ rushing, roaring sweep of resist i waters released from bondage— mighty t irrenl of timber crushing rinding ail before it—logs bumping, in'ering in the snarling waters— weeping ail before its relentless ath. Such is one of the big thrills 1 "Conflict ” Tne most gripping, soul-searing inment ev r filmed. Terrific in its ntensity. tl.e mighty log jam, the ■lowing up of the dam, and the washing t' rrent of felled forest Is h • mightiest spoctacle of the eam ra’s art. In all It-, splendor, In all Its ruth V* glory, "Conflict. ' Priscilla Dean’s underfill new Universal-Jewel, now laying at the Strand theatre, vivid « records the a dual dynamiting of huge dam, and the braking loose if hundreds o* thousands of the ruprisoned logs. “Conflict.” the sehsational Ked Book aeria by Clarence Budingtoi; Keliand, is a mystery drama, the rugged mountain Country of the Can adian North Woods as its locale. "Conflict,'’ is the story of a tight— the battle of two Ineiomitable wills— the struggle for the mastery of the logging industry. The beauty of the photographs and the magnificent scenery of the Canadian North Woods country ii unsurpassed. i Thousands upon thousands ol | huge logs whirling through the dy namited dam were caught by the six camera men who risked theii lives to attain this remarkable film An entire logging* camp, running at full blast with all its men wa: l-equisloned by Stuart Puton in the direction of this marvelous picture “Conflict' surpasses even "Hepu tation”—Priscilla Dean's most re j cent ri.iversal-Jpwe. success—In its i listens! y and dramatic force. If You Want Good Music On Christmas Eve, Come to Lauter’s While you could safely come to Lauter’s on the spur of the moment at any time and pick out an instrument with the knowledge that you were getting the BEST, we advise an immediate selec tion if yon want the instrument in your home Christmas Eve. All styles and sizes are here now. The Lauter-Humana, the Lauter Piano, the Lauter Baby Grand and the Victor Victrola are all instruments of the, highest order—the kind that will afford you endless hours of the finest entertainment. Let us help make this a Merry Christmas in vour home! i Special Christmas Terms A small initial payment will place any piano or talking machine in your home. Convenient monthly terms will pay for it. Immediate or Christmas Eve delivery. A few well-selected Music Rolls or Victor Records make an excellent gift. Store Open Every Evening I • Lauter Piano Co. 211 Smith Street * ■*' • * Mr*. Edward Howland. Mrs. Peter Cay. At the apron booth, Mrs. An drew Tappen, Mrs. Hillpot, Mrs. Quint, Mrs. E. Morris; at the doll booth, Mrs. Herbert Hahn. Mrs. Kos ta, Mrs. C. Johnson, Miss Mason: food booth, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Hreese, Mrs. It. Rrown, Mrs. Laing, Mrs. l-ampharter; candy booth, Mrs Mayo, Plnder, Humphries and Wal lace; cake booth, Mrs. Bennet, Mrs. W. Morris. Mrs. H. Wilson, Mrs. Csipo; pop corn and lemonade, Miss Halsey and her class* cafeteria. Mm. Reynold*, Mr*. A. Campbell. Mrs. W. Ayres, Mrs. Rosenvinge, Mrs. Han cock. Miss Jeanette Molineaux left home Monday to spend the winter in Cali fornia with relatives. Mm. Wm. Biddle entertained her bridge club at her home Monday af ternoon. The Monday Auctiofi Club mel yesterday with Mm. Ned Stevens. Mm. Kussle Moss was hostess this afternoon at a card party at the Me tuchen Club. The Quiet Hour Club met recently with Mrs. Charles Ayers. Mrs. Dud ley Browning \#as leader for the day and Mrs. Arthur Strong provided the music. A paper. "The Cities ol Japan." was read by Mrs. Edward Rowland, and a paper, "The Car ded* of Japan,” by Miss Driggs. A greeting was read from Mrs. HeStei Poole and five o'clock tea was served by the hostess. The next meetint will be held at the home of Mm i " ' ——— Ned SJevens on the evening of De cember 22 .and will be an open meeting, when a Japanese play. “The Lady of the Weeping Willow,” will he given. Mrs. Roy Burr will entertain the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home tomorrow. Worthington Thornall, the young | son ot Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thornall. is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Marion Gayland Atwell will give her third lecture on Current Events at the League House Thurs day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Alyn Pierson and Mrs. Hope of the Library Department of the Woman's Club, arranged a very in teresting Christmas program at the League House this afternoon. The dancing class met as usual at the Mctuchen Club Saturday after noon. Mrs. Thomas Barr and daughter I are spending the winter in New ! Fork. Mrs. John Fenton returned home last week from her Southern trip. Dr. Fenton will probably return this | week. i ' Mr. Potters' new home on Middle sex avenue Is making rapid progress. Dr. and Mrs. Hunt entertained the Saturday Evening Club at their home, most delightfully. All mem bers were present and it being the hostess' birthday a beautiful present was given to her by the club. Auc tion bridge was played and prizes were wort by Mrs. Edward Rowland | and Mr. Tail. A supper was served at 11. when each guest was given a favor. By request, the entertainment "History of Fashions" with special j music, will be repeated at the high s hool Friday evening for the bene fit of the Beneficent Committea of the H. I. L. The entertainment is delightfully entertaining as well as; instructive and your contribution to this committee at this time will be greatly appreciated. SURROGATE'S COURT NEW BRUNSWICK. Dec. 11: — The will of Theresa Gregory, of Woodhrldge. who died November 22. was probated this morning naming l.eo Uowenkopf as executor. The house and lot in Hopelawn will go to the husband and the interest on the dwelling on Pennsylvania ave nue will be divided among tha three sons. The will was drawn up November 21 and witnessed by Henrietta Sston and Florence Van Middlesrvnrth. AUTO BUS BURNS UP An American line bus was totally destroyed by fire shortly after 1:10 o'clock thi# morning, the local police were informed. The blaze occurred on the Port Reading road and the bus was unoccupied when the flame* broke out. NOW OPEN i' J • I Pennies or Dollars Will Make You a Member JOIN TODAY Perth Amboy Trust Co. (‘A Good Bank to Be With Smith & Hobart Streets Perth Amboy, N J. Saint Nicholas Arrives At Our Store HERE’S a Jewelry Store where the true spirit of Christmas prevails. _ . • • « • Here is an organization that is courteous, polite and always willing to assist you in the selection of appropriate gifts. Those who come here will find a wealth of gift suggestions for Christmas, whether the present be for mother or father; sister or brother. Let us help you in making your decision. You’ll like this service. Articles selected now can be kept until Christmas with a small deposit. Your Inspection is invited. ! I L. Kreielsheimer f\ The Jewelry Gift Store ‘ ^ | 128 Smith Street Store Open Evenings Jed? ^UdL^dUyEconoiny m ■ |lH>L^y Are Long Wearing f|| Sturdy Clothes For Men ftgl Women and Children pj The Kind Michaels Sells |&J OUR TERMS ARE THE MOST HELPFUL FORM OF Win CREDIT EXTENDED BY ANYONE YOUR CREDIT 18 GOOD LI $1.00 A WEEK fg PAYS YOUR CLOTHING BILL E. *J SPECIAL XMAS OFFERINGS WOMEN’S DRESSES About 90 silk dresses taken from our higher priced racks and reduced to $9.98 % Come early for first choosing. 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