The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on May 10, 1915 · 6
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The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey · 6

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Monday, May 10, 1915. THE DAILY HOME NEWS SIX New Brunswick, N. J. THE DAILY HOME NEWS NEW BRUNSWICK. M. J. THE H,OME NEWS PUB. CO. HUGH BOYD Pres. WILLIAM B. BOYD Vice-Pre?. A. H. BOYD Sec. and Treas. ITRED GO WEN , Adv. Manager A. H. BOYD Managing Editor DANIEL J. WRAY News Editor D4ILY EDITION Single Copy. Two Cents: One Week. Ten Cents; Three Months. $1.25; Six Months. iZ.oO; One Ve.ir. $5.00. WEEKLY J-JD1TIOX Three Months, j 40 Cents: Six Months. 75 Cents; One ; Year. $1.50 in advance. Sntered at P. O. as second-class matter THE HOME NEWS GUARANTtcb ITS C'RCULATION. BOOM H. 0. WILLIS ! FOR ASSISTANT TATE SCHOOL HEAD r nnv smi T MnriiT,TZTlO i hurly-burly or dust, uui nunj yeu- There was afforded a striking i pie of sedentary lives are giving Illustration of Boy Scout efficiency their interior organs a vigorous and In this city on a recent evening, j wholesale stirring such as they never wlin an nrder for mobilization was I felt before. sent out by Rev. P. K. Shield, Scout j Commissioner for New Brunswick and vicinity, and was responded to In less than forty minutes by over two hundred boys. These lads were not notified concerning the purpose for which they were called together, but presented Most people are accustomed to attempt longer trips in a single day than they can comfortably put through. If they go oul for longer periods .they still lay a route beyond the limit of easy travel. So in order to connect with hotel dining tables Yesterday's is-sue of the Newark Call, in its "Men and Affairs" column, printed the following strong endorsement of H. Brewster Willis, of this city, for Assistant State Coffl-mssioner of Education, to succeed the late J. Brognard lletrs. 'Educated as a lawyer and having (ievoicd the lat twenty years of his life to school work, II. Brews ter Willis, county superintendent of schools of Middlesex county, is suggested as a man well qualified for the position made vacant by the death of J. Brognard Belts, arasis- and save running at night, the fast, t try j tant. State eoiniii issionor. tart- hon.sBlves readv to perform any i to make up by running service that might be required of ! ing with conservative ideas of speed. them Their willingness and pre- they find the running gauge up paredness was impressive and results I thirty, forty or more from the systematic training they receive. Numerous situations suggest themselves in which such a body of well-trained boys might do yeoman service. That they are ready whenever the call conies has been shown. The community is proud of its Boy Scouts and recognizes that the oversight of their activities is in excellent hands. Who fears to offend takes the first Btep to please. Clbber. A PITBMO MARKKT. The news that Commissioner Mer-ehon has determined to push the public market project and promises an early try-out of the proposition on the Burnet street lots, recently acquired for market purposes, will be welcome tidings In many households. For years the early-morning gatherings of farmers and hucksters in certain sections of tho city has been an unmitigated nuisance, the abatement of which would in Itseir constitute a sufficient excuse for establishing market facilities. But there is the added advantage that better goods and more advantageous prices are likely to be secured by the housewives of New Brunswick when they have opportunity given them to deal with tho farmers direct. The site selected is easy of access from all parts of the town and Is well-night ideal for the purpose indicated. The market will be put into operation on a very modest scale and this Is wise inasmuch as the plan is much of an experiment in New Brunswick. We predict that the project will soon demonstrate its popularity and fully vindicate the Judgment of former Mayor Scott, who took the initial steps toward making this enterprise possible. Laboring toward distant aims sets the mind in a higher key, and puts us at our best. Parkhurst. auge up to miles an hour without objection. It. it remarkable that there are not more accidents. The reason is that drivers acquire a remarkable capacity for instant, well-controlled action, which averts many a crash or upset. The philosophic motorist's first thought is not as to when he is going to get home, or what rate per hour his machine is moving. It does him little good to pass through a lovely country with eyes only on the wheel track. He must observe the scenery, the human scenes of village life, the distinctive characteristic of towns. Ixve of mere speed seems a rather childish sentiment. The boy feels It in snowy countries, when he gets out his double ripper nd coasts down steep hills at Imminent danger of breaking Ills neck. Usually on becoming a man, ho drops his sled along with the rest of his toys. But If ho has now bought an automobile, ho seems to have renewed this boyish love for pure velocity of motiqn. if he wants to get the best of his outing, he must find it not in tho movement of his speed gauge, but In his wider range of observation of tho nature beauty and human life of his section. When WiUis was studying law as a young man he taught school for a time and later he as.-lsted his father. Rev. Ralph Willis, who was county superintendent of schools. At the deat.li of his father, about a score of years ago, the young man was appointed in his place and has faithfully discharged the duties of I the position ever since. "It was largely due to his efforts J that every public schoo! in New Jer-i ey has an American flag, and Wil- lis has in other ways done much ! for the school system of the State. He Ifi an excellent speaker, and because of the experience he had of' teaching a few years while a young er man he knows the viewpoint of the teaieher. "His brother, W. Spader Willis, is principal of the Newark State Normal School, and, like the county superintendent of Middlesex, he is an efficient schoolman." Rev. Snead Would Be Member of Beverly City Commission BEVERLY, May 10. The Rev. T. Snead, Episcopalian rector, is the only candidate to iile a nominating petition for the position of city commissioner, made vacant by the resignation of Commissioner Thomas Lee. Trust not in the world, for It never payeth what it promlseth. Augus tine. FOR .. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY CITY AND STATE. One of the greatest benefits accruing to New Brunswick should the College for Women be opened here, as planned, would be that the young women of this city could supplement the education we are now able to give them in the High School and at the Misses Anable's School by taking the courses, or part of them, in the new college. What city would not be glad to have such an opportunity? Look at the number of New Brunswick boys who have received college education solely through the fact that Rutgers is right in our city and can be attended without having to consider the usual heavy expenses of traveling to and from it and boarding away from home. Ask any j Rutgers graduate what he thinks of j the good the College for Women ! would be for the girls of New ; Brunswick. He ought to know, and J can give but one answer. There are j lots of capable girls who want ! higher education who will not be ! able to get it unless there is a ! college for them to enter here. And they are girls who deserve to get j along and he encouraged, deserving j of the same chances to ake their name in this world as the young mjen. Prominent women of New Brims-i wick have raised over $7,000 for ' this most commendable project and r.re more than grateful for this acknowledgment of the worthiness of the proposition. It has been suggested that an intensive campaign in the entire State be started this week, on account of the necessity of raising , the entire $75,000 within this month. It is decided to do this, so we trust the New Brunswick women will have the heartiest co-operation of those who can help and that the : Homeopaths to Show Movies of Body's Organs at Work ASBURY PARK, May 10. The sixty-second annual session of the New Jersey State Homeopathic Medical Society will convene Thursday, beginning a three days' session at the North End Hotel, Ocean Grove. Dr. Joseph H. Bryan, of this city, is chairman of the local committee of arrangements. President C. Herbert Church, M. D., of Newark, will make the introductory address. One of the feature sessions of the convention will be held Thursday evening, when Lewis Gregory Cole, M. D., of New York, will lecture on the positive and negative diagnosis of surgical lesions of the gastrointestinal tract with moving pictures taken with the aid of X-ray movies. Dr. Cole took over seventy-five X-ray pictures of Dr. Bryan's stomach and intestines about three weeks ago, which will be shown. Many other interesting pictures along these lines will appear, showing the workings of the various organs of the bodv. the lecture will be open to the pub lie. Rev. Mr. Snead was until recently assistant rector of Christ Episcopal Church, this city, and Is very well known throughout the State on account of his decided position against the acceptance by ministers of reduced rates on the railroads. 1 TfBg nraBv In flt til I Columbia Fbvtbm in j record is U 1 Columbia ' P ' a'' T e FigM a danicc e sure fo get a Record uMe-Disc JOAN SAWYER famous originator of the foxtrot, has had her own Persian Garden Orchestra make a number df Columbia Dance Records. They're the real thing, too ask to hear them I DANCE to Columbia Dance Records and you dance to dance music that such well-known authorities a9 Joan Sawyer, Julia Sanderson, Vernon Castle, ravlowa and Mile. Dazie say is absolutely correct in tempo, rhythm, tone ana in tne selection or me music u&cn. Over 150 modern dance selections to choose from on Columbia Dance Records One -Steps, Fox Trots. Hesitations, Maxixes, Tangoes and others All the dance hits while they are hits I You get them best and first on Columbia Records. Just ask your dealer for Columbia Records of dance hits that are on advance sale a tip worth knowing. Some Columbia Dance Records were actually made by Joan Sawyer's PeFsian Garden Orchestra others by Prince's Band, Van Eps Banjo Orchestra, Prince's Orchestra, the Jocker Brothers famous piano and violin team, Deiro Brothers, the accordion crackerjacks, and others. The new Columbia Monthly Record Supplement giving the complete list of new records of every kind is in your , dealer's hands early 'each month. The records themselves go on sale the 20th of rack month that is, April Records are on sale the 20th of March, May Records the 20th of April, and so on. When you drop in at year Columbia dealer', he'll gladly play for you tome of' the Columbia Dance Records. Ask him, too, for the latest Columbia Record Supplement and the big 42 8 -page Record Catalog. .g minion 1 Double -DiSG Records You can Secure All the Latest COLUMBIA Doubje-Disc RECORDS AT M0NTALV0 209 NEILSON STREET, New Brunswick Phone 083, and 77 SMITH STREET, Perth Amboy ' Phone 255. Complete stock of Columbia Crafonolas. Repairing a Specialty. Easy-terms. Better be safe than sorry try a Montalvo Cleaner before vou buv tf another. SOCIAL . ENGRAVING In Fashion's Latest Approved Styles. WE! ri ; 1 X VITA Tib xs. M.ARRI.MJK AXXOrXCEMFXTS. ! t'HlKCfl, AT HOME CARDS, I cai.um; cards. "mini, r.-ji Mih, DIK STAMPED. COM M EKCIA L EXCi R A V I XG. 13 1 U S II N I E I 3 LS MAR. APR. MAY JUNK JULY AUG Jl BUSINESS "LOOKING UP" The heart beats of business are growing stronger daily. Hasten the revival of your trade by WESTERN UNION Telegraph and Cable Service. It stimulates sales, accelerates the decision of customers and hastens the flow of merchandise. THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. VIOTROLAS AT FACTORY PRICES. As MONTALVO is overstocked on certain type VICTROLAS he is offering them on special easy terms including records. One special outfit consists of he latest model VICTROLA and 24 selections on 12 records for only S22.40 for cash or $24.64 on term3 of only one dollar weekly. MON-TALVOS IS the only place in this city where you . can obtain this special outfit. Call and hear it. MONTAJL.VO sells the EDISON, COLUMBIA and VICTOR machines as io as $15.00 and up to $500.00. Easy terms if you wish. too. Adv. Try a Home News Want Adv. EEi &9 380 GEORGE STREET. campaign will meet hoped for success. with the long The latest gospel in the world is know they work and do it. Carlvle. THE HAT RELIEVES YOU FROM THE WORRIES OF TO-DAY AND THE UNCERTAINTIES OF TO-MORROW. WITH MONEY IN THE BANK YOU CAN LOOK THE WORLD SQUARELY IN THE EYE AND BE YOUR OWN MASTER. SHOULD ANYTHING HAPPEN TO CUT OFF YOUR INCOME, A SNUG SUM IN THE BANK TIDES YOU OVER WITHOUT DISTRESS. Spring Sale Housekeeping; Linens This is a good opportunity to secure high grade McCutcheon Linens at low prices For the second week of our Spring Sale we have supplemented pur already large stock of Linens by withdrawing from our abundant reserves in Bonded Warehouse a large quantity of new Table Linen, etc. These goods were ordered last Fall wfien prices were, in many cases, 20 to 25 lower than at present. We are offering them for pur May Sale on the basis of these low costs and in some cases even lower in order to make a special attraction during the month of May. This is a favorable opportunity to secure the best grades pf McCutcheon's Linens at low prices. itMsm.1 S3! Met. Trade Mark I' AUTOMOBILE TOVRIXG The number of people who get out ; Straw and Pana in motor cars for trips of consider aoie aistance increases with you wore last year looks old-fashioned and out of shape now Let us renovate it for vou. We are prepared to please the most particular people with our high class every arrival of spring and summer. At ipreek-ends the good roads are a grey N. B ma Hats Specialty. " nienched 5. Hat Renovating Co., 407 GKOItGK STKEKT. Proprietors. Skourlas & Knlas BRUM Napkins (dozen) Breakfast Size $1.85, 2.35, 2.50, 2.75, 3.00; 3.60, 3.85, 4.65. Dinner Size $2.85, 3.25, 3.85, 4.00, 4.75, 5.50, 6.25, 7.50. Table Cloths 2x2 yards $1.90, 2.25, 2.50, 2.85, 3.25 up to 6.75. 2x2j4 vards $2.35, 275, 3.25, 3.75, 4.85 up to 8.25. 2x3 yards $4.00, 4.50, 4.75, 5.00. 6.50 up to 14.50. 2-4x2 yards $4.00, 4.25, .4.85, 5.25, 7.00, 7.50, 9.00. Larger sizes proportionately priced. Linen Pillow Cases (pair ) 22y2x36 inches $1.25, 1.65, 2.00: 25x36 inches $1.65, 2.25, 3.00, 4.50. Pure Linen Sheets ( pair ) Sinale Bed Size $5.00, 6.75, 8.00. Double Bed Size $6.50, 8.75, 10.50. Pure Linen Towels (dozen) Hemmed Towels $2.75, 3.00, 3.50. Hemstitched $3.00, 3.50, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00, 7.50, 10.50. y Also 'dish, glass and pantry and roller towels of all kinds. . ' . Fancy Table Linens S COMPANY LEI ME SAVE VOU MOXET. Purchase your wallpaper and paint from me, let me do the work and I will save you money by charging only half for the material purchased. All work first class. Let us give yo:i an estimate. Now is the time to have the work done before rush season. M. Levin, Neilsou ana Lajard streets. J28-tf Let a MONTALVO Instrument, recite some of the fascinating stories to the children at bedtime. It is conducive to healthy sleep. Adv. $1.00 weekly for a few months will keep your house clean for life. See Montalvo about tho nov Model K Llectric Cleaner. tf Hemstitched Damask Tea Cloths and Napkins 15x15 inch Napkins, $5.00 dozen. 36x36 inch Cloths, $2.50 each. 45x45 inch Cloths, $3.75 each. 54x54 inch Cloths, $5.00 each. Embroidered Scarfs Scalloped Edge 18x36 inches, $2.00 each. 18x45 inches, $2.25 each. 18x54 inches, $2.50 each. with 200 Dozen Hemstitched Tea Napkins of finest Irish Damask, $3.75, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 5.50 and 6.50 dozen. Madeira Embroidered Luncheon Sets Two dozen Doylies and Centerpieces, $8.25, 1025 and 15.00 set. Special Note We are closing out all our fine Cluny Luncheon and Dinner Cloths, 72 inches diameter, $20.00 to 40.00 each ; 90 inches diameter, $32.50 to 85.00 each. James McCutcheon & Co. Fifth Ave., 34th & 33d Sts., n! Y. I ii,

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