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Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey • Page 14

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Asbury Park Pressi
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ASBURY PARK EVENING PRESS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1923. TRACES USES OF White. Eatontown twp. Nellie Harry Longman to Abraham Rosen, Hth near C. Eelmar.

Bernard Alice Kahn to Boris Levine, lot 2205, Bclmar. Sculthorp Realty Co. to Samuel Sil-beiblalt, lots 261 265 block 34, Woodland Park. NOTICE MUSIC IN CARILLON TO ADVERTISERS uel Gcllis. lot 1 2 block Granville Park.

Zobcl Levy to IJa E. Pettre. lots 23. 24, 2 30, Riverside Park. Joseph Rae Morris to Josephine Wood.

Corlies Ave. to Wayside. Jones Brewer to Trustees of Bethany Lodge, Springwood Ave, Asbury Park. Antonio Sabina Martelli to Mat thew Triziosa Simeone. Matthew Priziosa Simeone to Antonio Martelli, Monroe near Ridge, Asbury Park.

Jersey Const Realty Co to Lewis Minnie Valentine. Springwood near Drummond, Asbury Park. Margaret Harry Burd to Guy L. Beach. Marie Thilip Allen et at to Tbad-deus Iwe et al, Avery near Railroad, Long Branch.

Virginia DeCarusi to Robert Puccl. Virginia DeCarusi et al to Robert Puccl, Lot 33 block section Long Branch. Shark River Hills to Elizabeth Gray, lots 31 to 37, block 81, section A. Shark River Hills Co to Theresa M. Gray, lots 33 to 36 block 21 section B.

Kdward Anna Fielder to Walter Vanschoick, Howell twp. Alfred Josephine Skinner to Rose Luhow. Rose Luhow to Joseph Oskin, Phillips near Norwood, Deal. Lester L'lsie Johnson to John II. Cook.

George Alice Borden to John H. Cook, Fairfield Gardens. We are obliged to request that all advertising copy for the Friday issues be delivered to us by Tuesday. Otherwise we can not show proofs or guarantee insertion. DECLINES TO CALL SPECIAL TEXAS SESSION AUSTIN.

Dec. 22. W) Lee Satterwhite. speaker of the Texas house of representatives has declined to call a special session of the legislature. The session had been sought for some legislators to ascertain if there was evidence on which to file Impeachment charges.

Governor Miriam A. Ferguson said enemies were trying to find something against her and declined to call the sessi6n. Advertisements scheduled for oth er days should be in this office two instruments. "The chromatic characteristic enables a master of carilUm kejkoard not only to play the notes of a great variety of music, but to interpret its sentiment and to produce effects which ars distinctive and peculiarly a property of this instrument. "That a carillon should be In tune is of greater consequence than the number of its bcl.s.

because thruout virtually Us entire compass the bells progress by regular semitone or chromatic intervals." The carillon is played automatically or by a musician. The carillonneur uses both hands and feet and differs from organ pedaling in that the heels are not used. People unaccustomed to the sound of many bc'ls who cannot "follow the tune." are told by Rice to "relax and simply listen" and they will find that the Idiom of the bell music will soon communicate itself with perfect clarity. The first modern carillon on the American continent was installed at the Metropolitan church, Toronto. Rice says, and the first in the United States was In the Church of Our Lady of Good Hope, at Gloucester, Mass.

Others are at Andover and Cohasset, Birmingham, Cranbrook and Detroit, Mor. ristown. Plaintield and Princeton, X. St. Paul, Notre Dame, lnd and Philadelphia.

There are two days in advance of jr. In memory of bis mother. Rice describes the carillon as characteristic democratic municipal music in a book published by Dodd, Mead Co. August Keckscher, New York philanthropist, has offered to present one of tht instruments to the city as a World war memorial, if the city will erect a tower In the middle of Central Park in which to bouse it. The carillon had its origin in a mechanical arrangement of sets of small bells In connection with the clocks which in the 15th ctntury came to be an essential part of the municipal towers of the low countries.

It was not long before the mechanism was arranged to play a little tune. More satisfactory musical effects were sought as the instrument progressed. When a city bought a carillon it was formally welcomed by the burgomaster and people, ami amid rejoicing the bells were consecrated with elaborate ceremony. The bells are tuned to the Intervals of the chromatic scale, the compass being three or more octaves. The lowest bell is often many tons In weight with each succeeding bell smaller so that in the highest octaves the weight of each bell is but a few pounds.

All the bells are hung so as not to swing. They are connected with a keyboard by which the carillonneur (the musician) causes the clapper to strike the inside of the sound bow of the. bell. Frequently publication. I tainted.

Richmond near Darlington, Deal. Clyde E. Swannell to Andrew Kng-! lei t. I'inckney road, Red Bank. William Griffin by Adm.

to William Has Been Pealing From Towers of Continent For Centuries, Says Rice. NEW YORK. Dec (A) Tlie carillon with clavier as an instrument in civic musical education has beea pealing: from singing towers in continental low countries for hundreds of years but it has only lately become better known outside the. boundries of its origin. The people of Belgium and Holland accepted the bells as a means of cultivating and teaching a love for folk-songs and the great melodies of their fatherland.

The carillon has shared its companionship in all the stirring events in the history of these countries. Usually at the public charge. In not a few of the towers the carillon has been played for a The Daily Cross Word Puzzle Am. Electric Power to John H. Cook, Mitldletown twp.

James Rosa Ventresco to Gra- cinta Barnaba, Hxcliangc place, Long Branch. Tim Lizzie Hurley to Martin; Maloney, Atlantic near Second, Spring Lake. Henry Emma Plzzutlello to Charles Leona Bauman, Beach- wood near Staffa, Ocean twp. I Jersey Coast Realty -to J. Al- bert Marks, 10 near Lafayette, West I Grove.

Anthony Ella I'icice to Arthur Johanna Erb, Evergreen near Hani- I hundred years or more on the same day and at the same hour. While the United States has but 15 sets of the bells in operation, declares William Gorham Rice, who has 184 of the instruments in existence. devoted a great part of his life to the CHRISTMAS CARDS Our store is justly famous for Christmas Cards. This year the famous Quality Cards are superior if possible to other years. We have the largest and best display in the city.

See the wonderful variety awaiting your choice. GIFTS WORTH WHILE Home and Office Stationery 1926 Diaries Books, Latest Fiction, Popular Copyrights, Boys' and Girls' Waterman's Fountain Pens Parker's Dufold Leather Goods Card Cases Brief Cases Bibles that will last Subscriptions to Magazines, the year round gift Dennison Goods, the little things that add value to gifts. BORDEN'S STATIONERY STORE 719 Mattison Avenue Asbury Park, N. J. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS niond, Bradley Beach, Anthony Ella Pierce to William 1 Agnes Jamison, Evergreen near Hammond, Bradley Beach.

i there also is a clock work mechanism and a revolving drum which causes a hammer to strike the sound bow from the outside. "The carillon is essentially chromatic in its intervals, while the chime Is essentially diatonic," says Rice, in distinguishing between the chronicling of carillons, it nevertheless can boast of the largest In the world. He says no carillon built since the earliest Hemony in 1645 compares in size With the one installed in the P.irk Avenue Baptist church here by John Rockefeller, December 16 Const Realty i to I. fifth near Norwood, Schwenk William Edith Berry to Joseph L. White, Evergreen near Main, Bradley Beach.

Joseph Rebecca White to William Agnes Jamison, Evergreen R. Lomauro, Monmouth Beach. William Agnes Jamison to j' 3 7 8 9 TS ii a 3 ziz ihT" I nfn ri T5 i9 po 1 Zl 33 34 35 57" 3B 39 HO JjHi 1- "1 lllii- yroaeicwcitic Avon. HaiU Const Schwenk, Avon. Kiit Const Schwenk, Realty to I.

Main near Norwood, Realty to I. Main near Jefferson, The -Daily NpAm-Manl Joseph While. Evergreen near Main, Bradley Beach. William Agnes Jamison to Anthony D. Pierce, Evergreen near Hanjmond, Bradley Beach.

i Avon. Kramer If. Sales to Sophie Cliff wood Hts. Freehold Mnnnlapan L. D.

to Isldur Klein, Millstone twp. Jos. Anna Dixon to William R. Fullerton, Ocean Monmoutlt Long Branch Banking Co. to Frank R.

lomauro, Monmouth Beach. Joseph Mildred Burns to Harold Sampson, 2nd near Garfield, Long Branch, R. Bryce Alma Gray to Charles Daley, Windsor near Llpman, Neptune City. Shark River Hills to James B. Carter, lots 21 22 block 11 section SOLUTION Monday's Cross Word Puzzle NumOer 1.

NATIONAL SYNOICATC TMC INTC 1 1 AA N-Wl EVR I Ax 5 Irf' Kumstfl S. ffi'M AFGHANISTAN i Mlt.CS B. George Lnurretta Plume to An-tonetto Bienner, Camp View place, Keansburg. William Laura Slegcl to Ida Lleliermann, Main Keansburg. Ida Ferdinand Llebcrman to HORIZONTAL 1-Readiness 9-Unit 10-Llmb 12-Wears away 15-Compares 17- Boy's name 18- Part of a coat 20- Parcel of ground 21- Water pitcher 23- A wit 24- German title 25- Alcoholic liquor 27-Head covering Maurice Elizabeth Belgiano, Main Keansburg.

Murphy Bolgcr to R. Howell, Union Beach. Joseph Lnngan to Boro of Kcyrort, First Keyport. George Shafer et 1 to John Shater HORIZONTAL. (Cont.) 39-To regenerate 41- Cereal grass 42- Harvester 44-More Idle 46- Beverage 47- A color 48- Reproved VERTICAL 2- Lodger 3- Finaie 4- Pare 5- Reverse of a coin 6- Annoy 7- Dish of eggs and milk, fried 8- Vlolators 11-People who study th ctap.

VERTICAL (Cont) 14- Percelved 15- Llmb 16- Conjunctlon 19-Model of excellence. 22-Britlsh Indian coin 24-Loathes 26- Rug 27- Kack 29-Scold 31-Rldlcule 33- Regret 34- Pronoun 35- Snake-like fish 37-Part of a needle 39- Stern 40- To give notice of danger 43-Enthuslasm (eolloq.) 45-A letter psMPnLIMvINM 1 Xfjc hr i jW IDE 1 Eltl OilL iBjOl" i Un rJ Kir II HQ TTeTsQM KHZ tK RMhjMOlB S. jrH oUlTl iMlsj lFN EL i nTr Tn- L--- 1 ElRlNURkk 5 TlJ1- Estate, Keansburg His XMAS GIFTS a- Breastwork Sadie Miller to Frank Rose Delia MMfiTlllNATlONiL SYNDICATE QUAKE ROCKS PERSIA" Tne region of So 'start in eastern Persia is we scene of a severe eartfifuete soGrfef nas destroyed, seyeraiajes and caused a 29-Wager 10-Marry 32-Woody plant 34-Garden tool 36-Appear t3-Posseaslve pronoun Pietra, Jefferson near Munroe, Keansburg. Samuel Gellis by sheriff to Adolph Ftidblum, lots 3 to 5 block Granville Park. Adolph Fannie Feldblum to fSum- l3-Crude TMt INTIINATIOKAti By Beck IGAS BUGGIES What's This The Green Eyed Monster? A big variety of gifts is now on display.

Those Xmas bells will soon ring and everybody will be hustling around buying gifts, so be wise and shop early. Iwp n.irWT KKjnwl I A uom'x it wfmi 7 ISNT MR. SUDDS A I USED TO KNCW SOME OF THOSE BIRDS WHY HEMENSLEY- I DO BELIEVE YOU II WAS MARRIED IFUNNY TO HAVE MONDERFUL PUBLISHER WILL DO ANYTHING TO you DONT GET PUBLICITY FOR THEIR GET PUBLICITY FOR THEIR UNTIL AFTER HE'D PEOPLE ADDRESS ME ARE JEALOUS OF A GUY ON A NEWSPAPER AND HE SAID SOME OF KNOW MUCH I'M LUCKY TO GET MY FIRST STORY IN HIS ROI IfiUT MY A PrWAPT5 MY SUCCESS YOURE WHY SHOULD I ABOUT THAT MAGAZINES-THEY LIKE TO GET HOLD OF NEW IKF TO GET HOLD OF NEW MAGAZINE REVELATIONS- THE MAGAZINES AFRAID I'LL BECOME rJ BE JEALOUS IM GUY HE MAY Stf ONLY TOLD HIM ILL BE INVITED OUT A HE SAYS HELL MAKE TAKE STORIES FROM WRITERS WHOSE HUSBANDS JUST BEFORE HE I WRITERS WHOSE HUSBANDS JUST BEFORE HE LOT, OF COURSE ALL PROSPEROUS AND UINLT ICLLIMU 1UU WHAT TO LOOK ME THE OUTSTANDING ARE PROMINENT JUST rfCAME TO MY ARE PROMINENT JUST rfCAME TO MY BC PHONEY-HE CARRIED A GOLD-HEADED BE PHONEY- HE CARRIED A j- III (1 1 THE BIG WRITERS ARE WOULD-BES JUST TO BOOST THEIR WONT HAVE TO DEPEND ON YOU- I 1 I I SI AUTHOR OF THE TO EXPLOIT THE NAME "Jl RECEPTION SO ait- Ti ir lilt 1 1 r-. 1 OUT FOR, THAT 5 YEAR CANE THATS AN OLD GAG-rlUE WOULDNT ITHATS AN OLD GAG -f HE WOULDNT CIRCULATION- THEY -nfA RHELD FOR THEM r-J ALL- I'VE HAD TESS UP NOW- SUGGESTIVE GIFTS SPOIL THE spoil the BUSINESS EXPERIENCE! KNOW THE BOOBS y-" WMV 1 jknow the BooBsjh WILL TELL ALL TELL ALL SURPRISE -j ME JEALOUS 7 mm rWJLL f- I THEIR FRIENDS, HA-HA-HA- BUY IT- Roller Skates Sleds Electric Irons Carpenters' Tool Boxes Flash Lights Watches Guns Razors Razor Strops Clark Heaters, etc. C.

W. R. THATCHER F. W. BAKER HARDWARE STORE home of reliable hardware ave will.

remain open evenings until xsras Phone 103 173 Main Street Asbury Park Jimmy Needs a Split-Second Stop Watch. By Gene Byrnes I coDepiEFK i I ih areoke. yp ASiJUR PARK ASBURV PARK HOTELS metropolmSST NEAR THE BEACH OPEN ALL TEAR A Ftmilj Commercial Flrmrnot Hotel ncritrt en IDe American plan under the personal anpervialon nf the owner. roomt with hot and oold running water. Private batha.

Electric Elevator. Opacity 100. Booklet and Ratea en renueat. Phone Aeburj Park 4400. -j 9.

A. REEVES. Owner and Manager. W. LESTER NUTTT Aaslatant Manager.

QUEEN MARY COTTAGE (0T Second Arenae. (deal winter family hotel. Southern exposure. Sun parlor. Open fireplace.

Every room, running water and beat. American plan, weekly, two In room. Hi tt up. Single. 114 up.

Dally ti up. European, dally. J1.60 up. Special weekly ratea. 8unday Chicken Dinner.

SI. 00. Garages. Personal management of owner. sar -r- i iotel Powhatan (Open all the TearX 108 Third Ave.

Hot and cold running water tn all moms. The cozlfft house In town. Capacity 70, Special Fall ano Winter ratea. Telephone 8762. FRANKLIN ZIMMERMAN.

Running lontauk Hotel M1NUTK r'-VlKS By Etl eelan (Copyright, ot DHoiar M. mew Mmna. Corner first Avenue and Bond Street, water In all rooms. Open all Tear. Phae 491.

411. GOSH. -1 DOMr SEE UJHy 1 hbtion picture Song The Auburn 608 Munroe Avenue, Single and double looms. Steam heat. Special Winter rates.

Open all the year. Centrally located. Telephone 2205. A. PALMER.

Owner and Manager. BEAUTIFUL SUCCESS NtfHlCW IS 0 MAN SAT DOUJN BEFORE HIS GLASS A TEAR WAS IN HIS EyE HE LOOKED iNTENTLy AT HIMSELF ANO HEAVED A HEAVZ SIGH HE. TRIED 10 FIGURE VAlHV 1 WAS TWAt FRIENDS, ONCE TRIED ANDTRVJE NJDERE ANXIOUS TO AVOID HIM AND TO BREAK ENGAGEMENTS TOO. OCEAN GROVE HOTELS OCEAN GROVE HOTELS JilN Boscobel ARRANGED FOrTME SCRgeM ey ED VHEELAN lain Avenee. opposite Post Ofnee, Homelike hotel, catering to those who appreciate refined surroundings.

Superior table. Special vlnter ratea. American and European. Tel. 1468.

M. L. BIORKN. Owner-Manager, JTW I 3UST THEM A NEIGH EOR'S oh, tor CRyiNU "1 "-lr Where to Dine GIMME A Large. BOTTLE 5 -ra1? wm REPEAT THE CHORDS AT VOUf? OWN RISK cvr! I lv, I 32 Cookman Avenue.

Open all year. Special CHORU4 usta Little uord of aarm ins-ust the whisper. of a child OFTEN TELLS THE FATAL SToRV VJHEN DESPAIR HAS MADE US VJJlLD FOR IN SILENT MEDITATION LIFE'S 30URNEy SEEMS TOO' SAD 3USTA LITTLE MALlToSiS1 OFTEN 6ETS A GO IN BAD tv mow child came im and whispered im his ear. "The man thus learned AU1FUL Truth Tto' vaq tough To MEAF5. Joe's Lunch Room dinner SO ce.ita.

Headquarters for Mexican Chill con earns, red hot tamalea. hamhuraer sandwfehea and hot dogs, Dlnlnarnoma for ladies Healed room (1 night, week. 1 I npiir-, sto The San Remo Ocean anil West Find Avenues. West End. Dancing.

Dinner. 13 61 A la carta. Artarncca Teas and Suppers. Shore Dinners Tel Long Branch 1.41. a.

FOLCL 12 -2S 9.

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