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TAXIMETERS NOT
OBI IGATORY NOW
Call Ordinance Heie Amended
to Permit Driving Without
Indicator.
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I tu m duduuu envoi lug 11«< i..
f.ti ■ lu Im i lmigitl (Mu miliiiHin u
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lu .; m« i i mg
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c ui viuh h i hui ilil.i tmt llon lm« hi i n
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tog iim Phe uwmia ,untended lliul
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m> i> I1*, \\ v\ \ u\\ lied *tml eiitil lulled
|\\ .t ptunuiuls,
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♦ tu> in Imtt |tn. 1 iigt i . Ilfiv t t'Ula
f., r vlu Hi mi two HflhB of a tulle and
it it >t ittm tut t u It additional unit nl a
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nl Utv tale * * * t#n cents pel four mitt
* uu Fur Uuv l»v tin tins suiiaialiltg
•it isssivr tonurrs "hi toe charged
.Hid $:i.o0 pet hour V gptu'tnl price
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Im tin mat mill ss lum taken from
lau dam p ami *1 pet additional mile
41,d tills emits lot i \ua paM*mig©ra
w,,. mem pm au tl tu the ordinance
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ft lil\ to ss otttol make M l toe tints ui
♦ to is et a lo s ous i s ilteir paageugma tu
lto\ pegViMi Pulls e >*t Hi lull lit eaa, of a
dU 'greemeni tu price, and d the po
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the mssiMimt pas lifts sent* uddUtom*
i\\ rut ills' nd© to the prcuiiict tootthc
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uf tits'it pa iron h utoirnied ts* riding
vs tot ti the budge u*a dUldaVud. ad
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1*1 AN tl I EBRATION FOR
I OUNDINO OF I. 0. 0.1
Entertainment and Dance to
Commemorate Anniversary.
T hu OUUMTlil 1* 0 111 t llrtl'gt' nf I l|rt
luugrum for I he iynui) i ninth mini j
\ri mii v i ulelri aI Ion *»f i|n- fmiiiflhig (
nf tin lmi« inuitJi iti « n ih r i»f i.ohl 1
I' el in Wb in hi 0 ft | m * ■ 1111 t'nftiUll ill III
inniiih nf I noilh l.ntlgt , ui liOttovilln :
H \ • nno UUU Uiulil Hilt r I, In Ht ft 4 j
nfnff nnd rtlHnuiMr.1 furilmi |H«na fur]
lilt; hn I Vein T’IhiH's JMPHCMlt III
iTuilt tl William I ('nmjitfin, ulmir
muni iTmrlFH Hlirharrh, vhe-ehoii j
man FTtihrnk rtni/ai mammi. ami
l.uillo I l,.irt it in i , Hiiivl-tlW nf lit1'
general tuinmillut t Tim li n I*. Milan,
tiliilrin.m mi iitt nliun, ami 10mi I It
UrneHt'i. tliHlinntn uni Philip Hieen,
iitiirlm\, nf iln m i a ngeimm i i.uin
lull U t
I Im inhhrulhm till he Imhi in fin■'
K rimm i' S mill• him mi I'T hlas et e- I
Him: \Iiril .• I’iu inngiain will |
j iiinslM til mi 4? m f i r I a 1 ii men I amt r* I
iflittou mi whieh Mu re|jreao nt alt vo** \
ut slvietii iihni iliiniie liuigpti. i wo |
eiu'--amimit iiU nml une IttTu Uah luilg
will |»arih ifiou*. Im hultiiK Hip at ,
li iuiamt nf i dthgaUnn of New ,lm 1
«p\ Miami la»dgc nlih'iaN, a I U*t m t *!
non on rnln i h. nf U\u nulei ami l he I»
tl IBHvIh W ill he inebeht
Tilu grand man h will open u Ihe^
Plu#n nf lilt entertainment K \,
Uut lerwfi I h will utlhiuh tin Hum
UUiaTui
NI:W YORK Cl NI K \l 10
ABANDON ••DIMM” ROAD
Plana $60,000,000 Improve
ment on West Side Lines.
\h!V\ VOItK, Manh :, All Kiev 1
enth avenue grade crossing*, a cause!
ui warfare between I lit city* and the
New York t eutral railroad fur twenty'
Years, are to he abolished; the Uivei !
Htdi drive nee Hun i* to tie freed of s
It* smoke and noise nuisance the.
v t t freight avid shipping interest*
of the entire West side ol VtauhaUai'
are tt* be developed and the Inwood j
Hill district protected fur all tune b.v j
the terms of an agreement leached |
between the ruihuad cur potation and
Hie city ollU UIl.
Balnea tv* are that the tmproyc
ment will coat about $inMXK>,Wt\ in f
eluding the railroad's equipment vv ih
electric serv ice. The eitv gain* and J
give* lug concession*
The plan uf the Gentral U to run I
it ' track* along the Hudson river!
front the eutlVe length uf the city by [
-ubwnv and overhead track*- Along |
Hivorside drive the tunnel a rout wilt
probably be used a* a driveway, i
while the igstallatiou of electric j
power will eliminate ah smoke and i
noise
Cl AN INAUiAfl I0UIVI
1 MMi I CHI BK VI ION
I'ho f lan Na Gael of ksv-v county;
w ill celebrate the l.tbth anniversary j
ol lie birth of Hubert klmulct next !
tf uvula v night, at the Turnbull Audi- j
uuimn. w.t Mirkei stivei t'he 02a
t on will bo delivered by John k\ j
tv Hr ten, assistant corporation coun
sel of New York Hoard of Work*'
Wmmia*tuner Oh.trlv* k* UlUon will;
open the meeting with a speech of'
welcome and will iutroduee Hon.
Joseph Herlihau. of Boston. who will
preside.
V feat me of the occasion will be
the singing of the ancient Gaelic bat
tle h.viiiua by George Bolter, of New
Yolk, and Pci or Golden, of St Boui*.
l*eb aaiions from New York city and
■ ' N • "
attend. The committee In charge is!
oniposed of the fellow mg John t\
Bon non, Gharlea P. Ollteu, Bart J,
bToemau, 'I'Iioiimh G Gay nor, Joseph
B. Mulhti, J K, Donohue, Thomas
Gull in*, Hyjhard Vl> Dpinlies'* and \
Hr. VI v lea O’Kcil’y Invitation* have!
been extended to repreaeiitattves of
1 *. «icrniau American VUiaiKe e Ka
sex countv
It Wt'KV.NO- SUOMI U>
HWt jyItt WMMKSVRl
\ path have beau completed fur
t i observance of Uio thirty-fifth an
uivii.va! \ if the N oung Metis bhitber
Mai how P V R. Socteiy, to bo cob'
bra.oil with a banquet in the club
huuiHO, Hudson and Hartford streets,
:i Tuesday . veiling. Vpril K.
hu Uev Kdwaid K Quirk, spun
I jal director of the society, ia chair -
! man, uid M H. T Thornton, score
i i.irv of ilia arrangement committee*
The society was organised in .\pni,
\,n. ami ha- always been most
CONVICT AUTO-SLAV gR
\ •. VN > Oil k Majvu ? \U»>s US
. act. Ik who oil May . «»si caused
ic dea -h of Thomas OiiiuA: nil, s.
’•> ' uniting over him with an aunv
no * tie. was onvicUd of monsiaugiv
u 1 he sovOlid degiea \*aterda> by
i *ui v 'etura Supreme Court .Hiaiice
Sen *Ut >
L’RHVCfc V SUICtDt
Kvh.MK, March V Hereditary
I'v.ncc Viiwvqm* von vvindsv a - Greets,
a .* ae >' : Vustnan >ui oassy
here. < ouiiuu *>d suiekle nal night,
ie wa. born in t$*C ami was fur a
Olio .tcin to >c h‘g»i i iOU 1
Soda
MAY ALIMONY BE
PI IN A LUMP?
Wife Who Got $1,200 Says Not
and Wants Hers in In
stalments.
A11 i i in i *-1»I mg II,'.’00 In it lump tuilli
w hen "In agreed lu mcpa rate from
her liiiHhaiiil, Mis. Mary \Vel*er, of -''A
Hi 'enlli street. iliitlmilii i s, has
luiuiylii in ai'llon linfmi Vice
I'haiirt llm rtteiins lo secure altinuny
Wetu i - present w In i i iiIiuiiIh lu un
l.nuuii mil lu- Hu h uenn three weeks
■ i mu In ilu village of I'ii r,-l mis h,
llergen iiuiiil' where In1 nml hla w ll>
formerly lived,
i'iiiiiihi I fur I lie husband reeks Ii
show tliul Ilu VI,J00 repreaeiiled tin
lunuldi'i Hi mu fur the agreement to
sepuraln, while (he other side holds
Hull Mlmumy cannot he paid in a
lump an in The vice-chancellor has
reserved decision
Thi WcIicih were married .Inuuary
IS, IRON and lived In Pittsburgh to
get ||er utmost a month i'll February
HI. Mrs W char testified, she went to
lur tuuvic and found all Ihe doors
locked and her husband gone. I.utei
tie brought suit for divorce, and the
agreement lo separate resulted.
Atm Weber wept ns she told of
0i idcin 1 lo and after her short mm
lied life .she claimed, through* hei
counsel, that her husband had paid
marked auenllon to Tecklu Heller,
Ids former housekeeper, and that he
had transferred several lots In t'euv
bUTgh lo her. tils counsel showed
(lint he had had. lo mortgage Inis
business to pay the $ I ..'(Hi to Ills wifi
and that had fortune followed hue
after that He was struck b.i a train,
and so injured that he had to stop,
work for a long time; then he lost
his business through the mortgage •
being foreclosed, and. dually, lie j
drifted out of sight of his eld friends *
I ACkAW VNN\ COAl UIYES
20 1*1 R CENT. DIVIDEND;
Mila Winter and High Wages
F ail to Hit Profits.
\K\\ WKK. Muivh IT. The s.vvK
holders ot the Delaware, Laekawgn
ua uud Western Coal Company go
an unexpected fat dividend yegterda> 1
When the directoi s announced an ex- I
tru disbursement of id per cent, ia
addition to the regular Quarterly .’h |
pet cent Yt this t.me last year the1
company [
per cent
Wall SuveC was much surprised at [
the announcement. The anthracite j
coat roads have been pleading pov ,j
vKv siine the great strike of last
year, when they were compelled to
advance wages. It has turned out.,
however .oat the public has paid
these nihv reaped wages, as eariy las;
summer all of bhe coal s'oa’ids in- ;
creased the prioe of anthracite coal
by from ’•-» to bD cents a ton.
The promts represented by the ex- j
ua div dc'ud were made i» a mid j
winter, when there has not been uvj .
usual doiuand for coat
SPANSII WAR VETERANS
WILL Clive military ball
David YYhlaon Cump. Horn the;
Bronx, accompanied by Senior Vice
lk/partmeni Commander Kalph H. j
Vurker and vVlonel M H. Hubbell'
Camp, of Brooklyn. "U be among
the visiting delegations to attend the;
military reception ami ball of the
Ctitled Spanish VYhu \ eu vans, to be
held in the Krueger Auditorium on
Fvld»> evening under the uispkvs
of Captain David 1*. Mitchell and
Foreign Aepv.ce camps, of thin city
Other visitors to bo or- sent w ill »n
v-Jude Bicieton Cutup. of Paterson -
'Kurt Camp, of Fussac. Wheeler
Fom. of Jei.se> Co >. and Cbarleu
Cunhmg Foal. YmerKan Vetemna of 1
Foreign Service, of this city. The
X a l olhl! Ouard w1’ so i>e vv ,i *-Qp
resented.
SHOW OFHVNDSJIRI
KKINOS IN t)UOv VtRWCI
\KW YOUk, >J:uv i ii t,ieiule
you have heard ili the evidence
it) this v'ttHt1. ’ said Justice Juyeox to
i iut*> n the Queens County Supreme
Court > eatorday
YU n fav,oi of ^i\ \n* the v**idtel
; to the pluhit ft. Wi se v,>ur hands.
\oi i hand weni up.
\ >w .ill n favor • *» giving ,t vei -
du t to the defendant sa d the jus
10. '‘raise >our hands. Kvery hand
! went u)k
\lv*m ‘UHjii, the outt ro.midts
iw th your optnmn the vase is dis
I missed/'
CLUB IN BLACKFACE
t'oiuai'** ■> Ca holio Chib ap
' *ea;6d It) bUlCfcfav. a si night ill
hen nhimi el sho w Si. .’olumha s
| ! tall. The enuri-tmuu iit was under
j he direction of Frederick J, Yeo
j nans. Kdward Kvuiy Joseph ¥i\h
) nans. Loins HdUy uk| Jule drai*
J chele were the end men. They were
assisted by a chores >C iwetuv-one
j n ones.
BOCK BEER
*=
Christian Feigenspan
Brewers 6c Bottlers
The best whiskey
you ever tasted is in
The
Non-Refillable
Bottle
Prove it. Ask for this wonderful
bottle the next drink you take.
You'll find it every where—and
always containing the best drink
you ever tasted.
Wilson—
Real Wilson
That's All!
No Metal Parts Can
Touch the Whiskey
D# you wont a fro# hookUt
vi«*k raoapaa tor Jtliciau* %• J ilnnki*
• usi \UUrv*v O iUtMk %VkUk«*> Sh
* ifth V\r , \m York. FMkt' alll
PHIS PROGRESSIVE FEAS1
10 BE*RE\l SYnPOSIlH
V diet aguished array of speakers
will be heard at the rlrst municipa
dinner of the Progressive County
Committee of b's&ex County. tv be
held in the Krueger VudHvo ui next
Monday evening
Ttioae scheduled to make Addresses
are William A Preudergasc comp
troJlcr of New York, city, w > • w!
dmobss “The Budget.-' the l>r.
Charles Btef'shr. who will speak on
“Rationa’ S.. uday Recreation ’ t>i
WiHia.no T. Bedgw iek. ot, Boston, on
“Rubin* Health Service Today and
Tomorrow; “ C. P. Connolly, g£ blast
Orange. will talk on ‘“Roosevelt;1*
l»f Howard \. Kelly, a member of
the faculty of Johns Hopkins I ni
vers; t>. on A New ConacieiK- and
an Auci'Mj’. £vit. ' \1 / >$ Cornelia
Bradford. a member of the Board of
Ruacation of Jersey City, on * Womeu
t ft Municipal Govern men- and
Charles Grant -Shaffer will speak on
■'M’imc u Municipal Life.- There
wi'j be singing by a quartet and
other enterta'ning features.
DEEDS HIS PROPER W
ro GOO V>D HIS HEIRS
VTLAV'U- cm. \ J. M.r, ,1
Y\ '>:•*» naking search of titles of
property it Sullivan county. Pa,
agents of the Marine Trust Company*
this city inearthed \ freak deed
uu vd n 1 St>4, no pro •, us of nh! t
SI ' I si <tud.
Peter El. Armstrong, disg isied >v
Ui* tiKh: among, neighbors or and
and . he operations o; 'ami shaiuvs. de
sided *•> remote nearly .‘Hi acres of
land from the* temptation of every*
bvvh from then on. He and his wife
dufv executed a deed n vhich they
conveyed sjyieod’d proper* "o
“G'Hi and H s he ? x r» Je*us 'H*h
siah. '
CHIRCH Pi'BLKATKXN
BOARD hEVD RESIGNS
PM l .VD&LPKIA. M ircii -T, -Judge
Hybeft N. Wilson, president of the
Pias2>y tor*an Board of Publication
ami 2Sabba,li School Work for twen
ty-ii\ e years* has resigned that. posi
tion.
» it - iHjcgii.t on ;r cl to ha c:
been tnrttionced by the t. rioo of he
i Tinn iencra Assembly A
a*mm*tter on graded lesson*. which
•Kentb ordered the withdrawal of
• the intermedia te lessons* prepared ♦>
K*m M- mi S. 'erte.ii.. u
Brooklyn, fot he Preatov -tenon Board
Judge M ison is- be' ec ed w to have
regardai ie v.wemaij vommiu.ee >
teflon is ,%.i eifevtion upon hts board.
HANG LIEUT. FOR MURDER
VLUA rf vBAuD. 8m so India. March
-Licuieoaiu Ciars. >f he Indian
l army medical denar mem, was
| hanged here foe tile murder of Mr.
i !h|ihatH, Lit aasuaiant examiner of
alOtar> account of w»hjcit he was
, foumi guilty.
The trial of Umtenani '.'lark, and
f Mrs Pu chain. his accomplice,
aused a great sausauon in India.
) h^‘ were charged a th
Ur. Kuihao* and attempting to :nur
Mus Oar«, the tim. nrisuno ^
Nife. n order 'hat they might marry.
ESTATE TO JERSEY WOMAN
\ ?i, v\ T* 'IU\ Maico Ae.oidiug
'' -n iUn hied in the Sur*‘»gw* a Court
es i e»«ia: Hin Pra«' -s B. H* *e man
SjKHPi w’uv % of l?r. S* Pteei Sfwnr,
vft .I nt earn t# of hic*)3. Sh* died
. tie \ 1 Pi: * n st. Uu«t* a Htaeptai.
ier daughter. Mrs. Gtuei^ni V, S.
No> ca. of K ?u*beih* N. .1,, will re
o*ve» rile onitTk which ow
si$t» oif re*,i proper*.' n Manhattan
and Brookiy n
RA3BI HOFFMAN TO SPEAK
V; the 'terv»ce& on the t/heo
Sha.oin ^'i 11nRim1111 lig street, near
Wq*i Klnaty street, tomorrow me
uu»g 12abe* CbauSea l* HoitOiAn wiU
syeak on "Pitneaw to Ut-ati. ‘ 0» Sac
-ii'dacy mowing h«s- disc out#* will be
•Set»«*. ration
FINDS DOZEN PEARLS
<a Yyx.VK \. jr.. :a».r»h „i.—
Twcivw stitajl ■.*sa*hs .a as many
o - sg^i s were to- fed v esierviay by
.'..M i 'if .-.5 w.-st Fort.
PRU STATISTICIAN TELLS
OF MENACE OF CANCER
Addresses Members of Acad
emy of Medicine.
"The Menace uf Cancer" was the
subject uf mi address b.v Frederick I,.
I loffniun, slntl.sllclan uf the Prtulen
t la I Insurance Company, last night at
a meeting uf the Academy of Medi
cine of Northern New Jersey. The
meeting was held In the Wins build
ing. Mr. Hoffman's address In part
whs us follows;
"The cancer question is unques.
Holla Uly entitled to serious public
consideration, not only because of ill
Icrrlblc and Insidious character of
cam erous affections, but also hecaus.
Of the cnnatunlly rising death tale.
Willi a resulting heavy mortality 111
adult life Approximately, the Tim
ber of deaths from cancer in the
Culled .mates per annum is 75,000 and
",000 a your in New Jersey. For till
c;\ Mixed world. Upon Ihc best i I -
talnablc returns, the number • of
deaths from earner is approximate
ly half-a-mllhtpi a year.
••Conceding all tltai •could reason
ably he said on the ground of possible
Inaccuracy of the statistical Informa
tion on the mortality from cancer,
ii can no longer be questioned but
that cancer la on the Increase
throughout tin Foiled States, though
to a \ irlable degree, according td
age, Si x. race and locality. The ago
factor is of moat importance, since
cancer is relatively very rare in
early life and quite common at ages
over 40 The average age at death in
cancer of all forms Is 59 'ears for
ihe registration area of the Cnited
States, or, respectively. <*’ years for
males and :>S years for females, of the
total mortality ai ages 45-lit the pro
portion of deaths from cancer is
7 per cent, tor mades and U per cent.
; for females."
RESIDENTS PROTEST
AUAINST NEW PLANT
Burned Sash Factory Proposed
to Be Rebuilt.
V committee of three will appear
before the Common Council at the
next meeting to present the protests
( o! residents and taxpayers in th
I vicinity of the burned plant of the
N'e" Jersey Sash and Door Company
against the rebuilding of the plant at
S'x’.eenth avenue and South Seventh
street. A Are tn the plant last week
; for a time threatened to sweep the
neighborhood
*: be presented to the
; Co moil were adopted last night at a
meeting of the interested persons in
| the rear of the burned buildings A
request to extend the Are lines to
Sixteenth avenue and South Tenth
street from Morris avenue, when
! they now end. is contained in the
I resolutions.
Copies of the resolutions will be
«ont to Mayor Maussling. William P.
: O'Kourke. superintendent of build
' mgs. and Captain C. Atber Gasser.
■ f the bureau of combustibles and flee
| risks. .
Among those who spoke against the
! rebuilding .if til ' plant ‘ was the Kee.
Theodore Peters, rector of Anne's
Church, directly opposite the scene
of the Are. The committee appointed
consists of Aldermen Anthony Shthuek
tntl vathony G. Krochl, Jr., of the
Four emit ward, and former Alder
j man Janies A. Bray, the chairman of
las' ;i ghfs meeting
HOLDS L'CONSCIOUS
MV' BETWEEN IK KINS
H VCtLEN-SACK. N J , March '-'7.'
Ths strong arm ami steady nerves of
Henr> BJIert, TS years of age, of
; M v*i«a hie Borough, neat’ hero, saved
j v »r E'.sasset*. of Moonachie from
j dec' h yesterday at the Woodridge
i si,! on or he New Jersey and New
[ York, railroad.
ei w.ss aboard the i> ’.3 eagJL'
f bourui train. Just after It had started
{ Ktsasser tr ed to get on. He missed
iht step, mil on the other track agd
shunned. Kilert saw an express
, ipiw on that track. Jumping
Tv.n h;s .rain he lifted Blsasser
t>»m the track and held him upright
between the two irauis. After they
nail passed Blaasser was carried to
"he station, lie soon regained con
s» ’.ousncHs and went on his way.
P4RT1ES AT THE CAYETY
i Thru* theatre parties eirjoyeti them
selves at the Gayely Theatre last
lighu at the performance of the Taxi
•iiris. The parties were the Knights
of Pythias, numbering 45; Truotwor
thy building and Loan A ssociation,
n rinbtring 17, and the Mont Hat
«Ampiii. Employees* numbering tt>.
K %♦ -h par ; arter witnessing -hr
’ pt'rfurtnancr had dinner *er' ed in
iowrr-tow*i restaurant?.
Fn comes “Hans Across Hie Sen. ’
‘What's the matter here:” says he.
“If a Hitie girl is sack.
Roes heips her pietty quick.’ *
“Yes'* she answered, “l do think.
ROMA it a comfy drink. ’
VdAM HOUTEN’S
ROMA
IMPORTED DUTCH
I
Digestion is the action of saliva and
gastric juices on food.
If you don’t chew enough, you don’t
make saliva enough. Digestion suffers.
* • t
•*
makes extra saliva—restores a balance again.
In this process the refreshing mint leaf juice
helps. Your teeth are helped—your appetite
is helped — your nerves are soothed — your
breath is made pure.
Can you pass time so pleasantly—inexpensively
— beneficially—any other way?
BUY IT BY THE BOX
It costs less—of any dealer—and stays fresh until used.
%
! Look for the spear
Avoid imitations_*
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CENTRAL R. R. INDICTED
FOR KILLING 2 PERSONS
\KW KRl‘NSVVIVK. N. J.. March
.27 Kor •‘maintaining a nuisanee" the
l Ventral Railroad of New Jersey was
indicted yesterday by the Middlesex
i county grand jury. The indictment
; s tin* result of the killing of two
| persons tn an auto at a crossing be
j tw oe»4 .Sowareii and Perth Amboy last
| December. Tfie company was indicted
! lust year for maintaining it uuisanew
! at South Amboy by having the stu j
cion too close to the tracks.
STORM BATTERS LINER
HOBOKKN, N J.. March 27 The
Kronprinvseesin Veeoite, of the North
German Lloyd line, docked at her
: pier hero last night after the rough*
1 e«t and slowest Voyage since she w as
I launched five year* ago. and after
I having been held up about twelve
Jours down the bay by the fog .Much |
damage was done ty> the ship by the j
rough w'•••thur, although none of her;
passengers or crew was injured. \t J
'times the sudors were wading nearly !
waia* de^p »n the decks in water,
Mothers
skin is
kept
you.r\&
CREAM
The moment a woman is blessed
with a baby, care and worry take
complete possession of her—they leave
tell-tale marks on the face—there's a
wrinkle here—there s a crows-foot
there.
Then’ s v. hen she needs Oxy Cream.
A few applications—and the wrin
kles and crow's feet disappear as if b y
magic—youth and charm crown her
features—she holds her husband's
aifection.
Isn't Oxy Cream at least vA*th a
trial ?
25c and 50c jars
For Sale Everywhere
CANDLES SET COFFIN AFIRE
tVKEH.tWKKN, N. i. Mareil $.-■
Henry U, Walter*, of li Third street
a retired merchant, tin v oars old. tied
at tiis 'tome on PlumdlMf, ami many
friends uiU some i.r the members or
the faintly remained m mB mMBV all
audit 'muni muni in* someone
. aisett a window near the wfllh. The
ir.Bd blew the htacit tr«**rr a«nili»t
he candle* .« the o«m*i ind itf.
;thmes sprrau t„ ihw ,uftn before
iiev T>:rr noticed. Then aavecai men
Tastily carried he ohti into another
">*• iB» are nun, who had
oCUt uailliti, gut out ,a*
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