Perth Amboy Evening News from Perth Amboy, New Jersey on December 22, 1913 · 8
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CLASSIFIED ADS. | Ten Words or Less Ten Cents | ONE CENT A WORD Advertisements Accepted For Local Edition up to 2 p. m. See Page four for MAdsH Received too Late for Classification — ■■ == STATEN ISLAND Many Prizes Awarded At Affair Held Friday Night. Special to the EVENING NfiWS. Tottenville, Doc. 22:—The record of the series of euchres of tbo Aquehonga Athletic Club was held at the club bouse Friday night. About twenty tables were playing. Those awarded the prizes, follow: David McDonald, silver berry spoon; Augustus Miller, silver meat fork; Mrs. E. Lovett, box cigars; Miss C. McDonald, silver spoon; Frank Kith, smoking set; Mrs. M Henistreet, pollow top, J. Garrity, silver sugar spoon; John Furman, silver olive spoon; John Mosely, cigar holder; William Dola'i, silk handkerchief and tie; Mrs. J. Clark, china dish; r*ugene Surry, silver fork; Girard Henry, silver butter knife; George Thrall, vase; Mrs. William Disbury, fountain pen; F. W. Dibbons, hat pin; Chester Cole, writ:ng paper; Mrs. James Laing, set of pins; Mrs. P. J. Sprague, writing paper; Mrs. R. IToehn, r Γ ·Π^Γ ..Mrs. K. W. Wood, dish; Mrs. Edmund Cuny, shoo horn; Walton Beauvais, sle3\e supporters; Mi s Edith Sehmieg, set of pins; John McDonald, necktie; R. Crooks, nut picks and H Schmieg, vase. BETHEL SUNDAY SCHOOL ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR Spcrtal to the BVENINd Μ Ρ TVS. Tottenville, Dec. 22.—The annual election of officers of Bethel Methodist Snnday school held recently made Albert V. La Forge. superintendent; Edward David assistant superintendent; George B. Sprague, treasurer; William Jackiin, secretary; pianist, .lesse R. Slaight; assistants, Mrs. Edward Taylor and Miss Ida Ryder, primary superintendent, Miss Laura Yetman; assistant, Mrs. Roy Fuller, librarian, J. Bennett, and chorister Harry Johnson. The Christmas tree celebration will be held Wednesday at the church with the cantata, "A Real Santa Claus." MADAME TOTÏEN ENTERTAINS JT MUSICALE SATURDAY Special to II.,· Ε T PIN Τ NO JViiWS Tottenvllle, Dec. 22:—Madame Abbie Clarkson Totten, of Amboy avenue, entertained several friends at her home Saturday night. A musical program was rendered during the evening, including piano duets by Madame Totten and Miss Margaret Van Dusen and piano solos by Miss Millie Parkliurst. Vocal solos and trios were rendered by Mrs. David, Mrs. Totten and Mr. David. After the program refreshments were served. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. William David, Mr. and Mrs. William Drown, of Tottenville; Mrs. John Duff, Misses Margaret and Ethel Van Dusen, of Perth Amboy, and Mrs. Fred Park*"*"1 nu j__ :ind Miss Millie Parkhurst, of Prince Bay. PLEASANT PLAINS Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Ronham, Of Bay Kldge, visited In Prince Bay over the week end. John Wagner, formerly of this place", has recovered from an operation. Mrs. Henry Schwab, of Eltlug ville, has returned from a visit In Brooklyn. P. W. Bateman, of Great Kills, was a Perth Amboy visitor yesterday. Mrs. Camille Birnbolm, of Anna dale, president of the Knickerbocker Relief I'lub, opene.1 thi· fair of the club at the Waldorf-Astoria Saturday. Mrs. Wyman Winant visited in Newburg last week. Norman Marsh, of Philadelphia, visited In Huguenot last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. Hurley, of Brook^JiUV-Jjave gone to their home after a visit here. Edward Jacobson, of Jersey City, ■was a local visitor over the week end. Miss Emma Helft has returned from a visit In Flatbush. Miss Margaret Duncan, of Rayonne, visited In Great Kills last week. Miss Elizabeth Allen, who was operated upon last week for appendicitis, Is recovering at the infirmary. U. S. Grant Cornell, Jr. O. U. A. M, will hold an election of officers tonight at its regular session. Christ mas Music at Churches. Gvemal to the EVE&iWG NRWH Tottenvllle, Dec. 22.—Elaborate -programs of Christmas music were rendered at Bethel and St. Paul's Methodist churches both morning and evening services yesterday. The programs that wer« announced were carried out. In the afternoon at Bethel the Sunday school held its ex ercises. Rev. Arthur Lucas preach ed two appropriate sermons to Christmas time at Bethel, while Rev. H. Eugene Curts preached uermous in keeping with the Yuletlde spirit. Special music was rendered at both services in St. Mark's Methodist church, Pleasant Plains, yesterday and Rev. D. C. Dorchester, pastor, preached. Sebn&tian Lu Forge at Rest. Special to lhe EVB.VIM1 NE'VS Tottenvllle, Dec. 22:—Captain Sebastian La Forge, an old resident of Staten Island, was laid to rest In Bethel cemetery yesterday morning. Funeral services were held Saturday night from the home of his son, Lloyd La Forge, of Tyrrell street. Rev. H. Eugene Curts, of St. Paul's church, officiated. GRADE CROSSING ATGREflTKlLLS Second One To Be Abolished on Island Now In Use. Hvecial to the KVBNiyo Tottenville, Dec. 22:—The work of abolishing the second grade crossing on Staten Island on the Amboy division of the Staten Island Rapid Transit at Crooks crossing, Great Kills, is being rapidly completed. Since last Thursday trains are using the westbound track over the new bridge that spans the crossing. The first train to pass over the structure was the 11:57 train out of Tottenville lat Thursday morning in charge of Conductor William O'Conner and Engineer Edward O'Hare, both of Tottenville. The train consisted of engine 27 and three cars. When this structure is completed two of the most dangerous grade crossings ou the island, where so many accidents have occurred, will be abolished. The first grade crossing to be done away with was at Amboy avenue, Huguenot, when that structure over the street was completed early in the spring. CURTIS ANNEX GERMAN CLUB HAD CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL t.nrrint Ό th ' .vett.» Tottenville, Dec. 22:—Thirty-six members of the German Club of the Curtis high school annex met Saturday night at the home of Mrs. C. S. Wagner, the faculty representative of the club. German games were played and a Chrstmas story was read by pupils of the 2-A German class. Songs were sung and refreshments served. Santa Claus was present and distributed gifts. The Christmas tree was lighted and "Oh Tannenbaum" was sung. The festival disbanded at an early hour to permit those living at a distance to make train connections. The members of the club presented Mrs. Wagner with a handsome cut glass bon bon dish. AMICITIA LADIES' NIGHT AT CLUBHOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT Soerial to the PVKNI h'Q NE*VtL Tottenville, Dec. 22:—The monthly meeting and ladies' night of the Aniicitia Association, at the clubhouse Friday evening, was in the form of a Christmas celebration and was attended by many members, together with their wives and lady friends. Dancing was enjoyed during the evening and refreshments were served by the entertainment committee. A Christmas tree for the benefit of the association fund was awarded to William Pryn, one of the musicians. Mr. Pryn afterward presented it to the association to be given to some worthy person. The music t«. the affair was furnished by &or«ie;· & Pryn, of Perth Amboy. TOTTENVILLE Miss Adrian Butler, of Boston, is the guest of her niece, Mrs. Frank Schultz, of Main street. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Van Pelt, Miss Mabel Van Pelt and Arthur Van Pelt, of Brooklyn, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Androvette, yesterday. Howard Anderson, of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, spent the week end with Louis Riverly, of 312 Broadway. Fred Hoehn and Harry Hudson, were in Manhattan yesterday. John P. Bolan, of Fisher avenue, has returned from the infirmary. Alfred Boyd was home yesterday from Newark. Edward Murphy, of Boston, was here last week on a visit to his brother. The new electric lights were turned on at the depot Saturday. The second nomination of officers of Bentley Lodge, Odd Fellows, will be held tonight. Bentley Lodge, Odd Fellows, meets tonight in K. of P. hall Many visitors were at Mt. Loretto yesterday on the monthly visiting day at that intsitution. Address to Endeavorers. Special to > n/> αi\N l&t, Κ RM f Tottenville, Dec. 22.—Rev. W. E. Compton, of the Mariner's Harbor Reformed church, gave an address on "Individuality of Christian Endeavor," at the December meeting of the Staten Island Endeavor Union at the Park Baptist church, Port Richmond, last Thursday night. Many members from all parts of the Island were present. Miss Mabel Mott, of Mariner's Harbor, and Miss Marion Turner, of Port Richmond, each sang a solo. Five Year Old Son Diee. tipecJnl to the VBU'.N Tottenville, Dec. 22.—Lawrence Mclnnis, five years old. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mclnnis, of 120 Fisher avenue, formerly of Perth Amboy, died Saturday morning. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock this afternoon, with Interment In Bethel cemetery. Economy. With many a man economy begin· at home and ends on the Great White W CHAS. F. MOORE 5 SMITH ST. QUICK LUNCH and RESTAURANT QPJfiX DAY ASO MO 13 Τ ι Wh/ is £:e soda cracker todaysuch a universal food? People ate soda crackers in the old days, it is true—but they bought them from a barrel or box and took them home in a paper bag, their crispness and flavor all gone. Uneeda Biscuit —soda crackers better than any ever made before— made in the greatest bakeries in the world—baked to perfection— packed to perfection—kept to perfection until you take them, oven - fresh and crisp, from their protecting package. Five cents. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY WEIGHTS STATUS TO BE INSPECTED Condition of the weights and measure» department in this city will be viewed oy Superintendent William L. Waldron, of the state department of .veiglits and measures, sometime next .nonth. He has notified Superintendent leury Toft in this city that he proposes to come here soon after January 1. Indications are that he will find the local department and the weights and measures in first class condition. The city was given one of the highest standings of any in the state when departments of weights and measures were last rated. As there have been numerous improvements sinfe that time it is expected that Mr. Waldron will find more room for praise. The state superintendent has approved of Mr. Toft's plan to spend his office hours at the public scale house and to serve as the public weigh master from 1 to 5 o'clock each afternoon, until a man is appointed to the position. RUNAWAY BOY IN KEASBEY Efforts are being made to have John Oly, a runaway boy of 106 East Third street, New York city, returned to his parents. He was found wandering about Keasbey a few days ago and was taken in charge by Mrs. Patrick McCabe of the Florida Grove Road. She made a request to the police yesterday that the boy's parents be notified. Accordingly, Chief of olice Patrick J. Burke sent word to the police of the fifth precinct In the metropolis. SAYS DOG BIT HIM Complaint was made to Patrolman Calvin Saturday by Anton I,ukouszyk, of 733 Chauncey street, who claimed he had been bitten by a dog belonging to Steve Madura, of 164 Lynde street. Lukouszyk declared that he had been attacked while lie was in front of Madura's house, when when the canine ran out on the street unmuzzled. The officer warned Madura to muzzle the dog or keep It tied up. Watchnng Hunt Club Kan. The weekly run of the Watchung Hunt Club Saturday brought out a large and enthusiastic field of riders. The hounds were met at the Metuchen Club, and the chase led across many well known estates In Middlesex county. Stephen Bartlne'e Funeral. ,hr KVNNIVO VKWB Tottenville, Dec. 22:—Funeral services for Stephen Bartine, of Mil! road, Richmond Valley, were helc at 3.SO o'clock yesterday afternoor from his late residence. Rev. Arthur Lucas, of Bethel church, officiated, and Interment w»i la Bethel cemetery. °RINCE GEORGE OF GREECE Will Start on Long Cruise, Winding Up In New York. Fhoto by American Pre»· Association. Crown Prince George of Greece will soon start on a long: cruise. His itinerary Includes Egypt. Tunis. Algiers, Marseilles end New York. He will convey the thanks of the king to the Greek communities which sent contributions during the war. ARRESTIAN FOI STEALI1GMONEÏ Say Viechas Found Pocketbook and Took $32. In a vain effort to recover $3 2, which was lost and claimed to have been found by Frank Viechas, twenty-two years old, of Kirkland place, this city, Mrs. Uora Caeper, o£ Old Bridge, followed the man from near that place to this city late Saturday afternoon. After having declared repeotedly that he did not find the money, Viechas was arrested here by Patrolman Tonnesen. Recorder Pickersgill placed him under bonds ot $200 to await the action of the grand jury. The man is being held on circumstantial evidence, said to he of the most convincing kind. Mrs. Casper and a woman friend tell the same story of walking along the road between Old Bridge and South River late Saturday afternoon. The story goes, that Mrs. Casper missed her handbag, pocketbook and contents shortly after Viechas had passed them in a rig. They turned around to look up the road for the lost articles, and claim they did so in time to see Viechas throw something in the ditch at the roadside. They hurried to the spot and found Mrs. Casper's handbag, but empty. Pleas were made in vain to Vieches to secure the return of the pocketbook and money. He steadfastly denied having it. The woman tearfully said she was in need of the money. Convinced that Viechas bad it, she followed him to this city and persuaded Patrolman Tonnesen to arrest him. A search of the man after his arrest failed to reveal the money or pocketbook. CHILE EXPLORATION GO. TO MOVE TO SOUTH AMERICA The Chile Exploration Company is preparing to transfer its laboratory, located at the works of the American Smelting & Refining Company, to Chile, South America, the latter part of January. Some twenty-seven employes, most of them chemists, many of whom are local men, am expected to go with the removal of the laboratory. It is eaid they have made two-year contracts with the company to work in Chile. The laboratory here has been making tests of ores extracted from mineral fields in the South American country on which the company has an option. The tests are said to have been gratifying in the percent, of metals 'hey produced, and the company will now proceed to develop the ore lands on a broader scale. STORAGE WAREHOUSE. STORAGE WAREHOUSE—Best facilities!; clean, airy, locked roams for furniture and pianos $2 00 up. Albert Leon, Smith and State Sts. MUNOZ EXPRESS STORAGE Telephone Coorrctlonib tlA-IMV Brtghtoo Ava. All kind· of heavy truck ι ng—furniru·» and piano moving promptly attended to. Get Quick Relief From Rheumatism, Neuralisre, Pains' Lame Back. Stiff Joints, Weak Arches. Callouses, Tired and A chin* Feet by wearing· the— KENVER POQT PADS Worn in hollow of foot tbey support the A rch, giving Instant ease. No relief, money back. 50c a pair; 3 pairs $1 ag Exclusive Affenc" in Perth Artiboy RABINEK a. DRUG STORE 159 Hall av«iiu· 367 Smith 5t. mm Diamond 20 '35.00 Rings To-Day and To-morrow Mil MM of th«M L«dW atafl· «ton· maal·· tMiaond RlOft IUm »a*Md Id* ■■ 1111··. tier ϋ!··ι·4 «aantaor· claim the» ta bo worth IU.M—Uut U. It will root fM at I«mI IS5.90 to ihipli<wU them lit ratalT Jowolry «tor··. The·· Diamond· ■r« out vow accurate ted have the new style AaaflM· iprted of ear face which isiakos ttuM appear to be »ae-half~carat dim—Ma. Ia color aad brilliancy they e<iuat Dtamaad* rotUii $50.00. They will be ogfted- at $20 each (with oar written We hare a million dollars' worth of Diamonds la view plainly marked with the m rich· and price. Only one price at onr e«taMM*ra«at. Nlnce Iftel (thirty-two iter· aco> we hare eold Diamond· direct ο the eoaatrmer. ο hear»· our valuation and price of some ether "Staale «tone Genuine Diamond Hlnjr·** to be offered at tbi· sale: Ladles' Rings Valuation. Our Price $015.00 $55(1 40.1.00 SCO SOffcOft. ........ 2'ifl 180.00 145 ]40 (HI 100 00.00 70 MOO 63 65.00 45 85.00 «1 ffl 00 1β Diamond· purchased Gents' Rings Valuation. Oui Price. $H40 (HI *750 745.00 075 800 00 bit 3*5.00 825 175.00. ........ 140 180.00 08 116.00 88 100 00 70 75.00 5» 45.00 25 fmm n· mn be exchanged tit full value or returned for ι ash, le«· ten per cent., within one year. WARNING! Beware of Imitator*. If you wish to nee one of the*e Diamond* we advertise pay no attention to store· that are niiuir to look like* oure. hut look foi. the name. CHAKI.KS A. KfcKNE. au.l the number. 180. over our only entrance Be KUi-e and brin# I hi* advert Ini nen» with you, ·ο there can be no mistake. A L Li Α. Ιί ,ΕΝΕ j λλ Importer cf Diamonds Broadway, New York l7TËVÎS\ ΕΜΝ(ί8 UNTIL 10 Ο'C I/O I Κ MERCUKY VIÛIIM WALKS MILE Take· 37Ϊ4 Grain· of Poison In Mistake For Cold Cure. New York. Dec. 22.—Mrs. Angelica Mucci, thirty-two yearn old, of 553 Courtlandt avenue. the Bronx, walked a mile to the I-ebanan hospital and staggered In on the arm of a young man who euld he was her nephew. She clutched « wooden box bearing the label. "Bichloride of Mercury." "1 think 1 have taken [toison In mistake for tablets for a cold In the head." she said. "I swallowed five of them." Dr. Weltzner said she had taken thirty-seven and a half grains. The woman was subjected to the sweating process and put to bed. Her condition was considered critical. DEATH NOTICE. Mrs. Emma Spencer Fothergil, widow of the late William Fothergil, died in Jersey City, on December 18th, in her 73rd year. The body was laid at rest in the family plot in Alpine Cemetery Saturday. 964-12-22-lt Chicken Coop Rifled. Mrs. Mary Quinlan, of 647 Charles street, complained to Patrolman Calvin yesterday that twenty-flve chickjns, two ducks and a goose had been stolen from a coop on her premises Saturday night or early yesterday morning. Thus far no clue to the identity of the guilty party has been found. Children Taught to 8wlm. More than 36,000 school children were taught to swim by the London county council last vear. CARD OF THANKS. We the undersigned, desire tc express our sincere thanks to relatives, neighbors and friends for their kindness and assistance in our recent bereavement in the death of our beloved fatb. .·. We also wish to thank Rev. Father MeKeever for his comforting and trusting words and also wish to thank Dr. J. v. Smith for his kind attention during his illness and also Thos. F. Burke for his satisfactory services. Signed, Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. John Jonos, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Desmond. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Desmond. Miss Nora Desmond. 989-12-22-lt**** REMOVING WRECKS—United Statea Engineering Office, District No. 3, Room 802, Army Building, 39 Whitehall Street, New York, Ν. Y., December 22, 1913: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Whereas navigation is obstructed and endangered by wreck of a sun! en barge in Arthur Kill in vicinity of Tremley Point, N. J., notice is heret,·: given that unless other wise removed within thirty days the wreck will be removed by the United States under authority o* law Sealed proposals for its removal will bt received at this office until 12 o'clock noon, Jan. 22. 1914, and then publiclj opened. Information on application FREDERIC V. ABBOT, Colonel, Engi neers. 983—12-22-23-24-26—1-20, 21 PLATS TO LET SECOND FLOOR SEVEN BOOMi AND BATH, ALL MODERN IM PBOVEMENTS. INQUIRE 1.1 8TATI STREET. 979-I2-22-2t FLAT with all improvements, 2nd floor 1S2 Madison Ave. Inquire 74 Jeffer eon St. 962-12-20-tf FLAT TO LET—333 Madison Ave Inquire Crouse, 495 State St. 961-12-20-31 TO LET—Three 6 room fiats. 37S Oak St. Inquire 275 New Brune, wick Ave. 634-1 2-10-t! blurt l KUOM FLAT with all |m proveraente. corner 8m 1th and Oak streets. Inquire Wedeen's Dept store. 23851-11-13-t FLAT TO LET, all Improvements. In quire 0. Tucker, (3 Brighton A»< mo4-e*trti SITUATIONS WANTED -MALE ι CAKE AND PASTRY baker ιvlshes steady position. Address Baker, care. News. 981-12-22-3t HELP WANTED—FEMALE j Girls, apply to us at once, with your age papers. Good positions open. $1.10 per day to start. U. 8. Cartridge Co., Maurer, N. J. 980 12-22-tf ι— » » ■ ■ --· - · · - vwV REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. FIVL ACRE farm in Woodbridge for sale; $500 cash, balance easy terms to suit purchaser. A FOUR family house on Rector St., total rents per year, $38·:. Price j $3,000; $000 down, balance on easy terms. Inquire of Meyer Karkus, 15 6 Madison Ave. Tel. 404-R. 12-22-M. W.F:-tf Cliistmae Heal Estate Bargains. By I). A. SHIRLEY, 130 Sm.th St., Perth Amboy, N. J. GOOD SEVEN ROOM HOUSE on Mechanic St., near Washington, improve·| ments, water, sewer and gas; $2,HO0. Terms to suit. GOOD Nine ROOM HOUSE on High St. All improvements. Place in fine condition. Price $0,000. Small amount of cash. SIX ROOM HOUSE, centre location on paved street, $3,000. Mortgage $1,700. ι Balance cash. East of Cent. il -lailroad.' SIX ROOM HOUSE, Brighton Ave., all improvements. Price $2,900; $600 j cash, balance same as rent. NINE ROOM HOUSE, Washington St. Part improvements. Price $2,800; $1,500 mortgage, balance cash. For further particulars on any of tho above properties see. D. A. SHIRLEY, 130 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. 980-12-22-3t_ FOR SALE—Two (2) lots on corner of Fourth Street and Stevens Avenue, South Amboy, N. J.; terms reasonable. Fraser Brothers, 194 Smith St., Perth Amboy, N. J. 932-12-20-22-27-30 roll SALE—Eight room hoik.e on MeClelian street. *nquire 2C9 ?lcClellan street 780-12-16-6t FOR SALE—Three family house, income $342, price $2,700; lot 45x100 ft. Small cash payment, or exchange for lots. 9. J. Vaii, 95 Smith St. 17502-4 24 lyr FOR SALE or rent immediately store and 7 room dwelling, strictly modern, centrally located. Corner of Main and Little Sts.. Matawan, N. J. Garret Cottrell. Mntawan N. J. 925-12-19-6t NEW TWO FAMILY' apartment hou.se, complete with every modern improvement; best location; excellent invest nient or home; easy terms. Ε. V G., care Evening News. 18249-5-14-lyr FOR SALE—New house ou Grove Ave-J tino, Wooiibridge, N. J., seven (7) rooms, all improvements; lot 37%xl(T0. ι Ready for occupancy Jauuary 1st, 1914. I'-ice and terms right. Frasor Bros, 194 Smith St., Perth Aniboy, N. J. 880-12-11-C0-22-27 TWELVE HOUSKS for sale In Letiish Park. Prices rang'.-, τ from $1,000.00 up. Terms, J200 Cash, ba ante on easj monthly payment*. Inquire, Massopust ùi Ouacliuck, State tit. I :s62-ô-3rly·· r υχν ύ-Λί-,ϋ. lu Close estate, house of 8 rooms, lot 225 ft. deep and 50 it. wide, gas, water and sewer conuectioas, 3 doors from Stevens Ave. Apply to J. C. Potthoff, executor, P. O. Box 62», South Amboy. 4 12-12-2 tf U'lUUAl.^ OdVÛli rouai UUtUO U1U two lots, on Washington St., to se'.tlb un estate. See burke & tloiger, the real estate uioa. 3bu State St. 1744v 4-23 lyr MISCELL A NKOU8 SIMMEN'S BUTTER NUT BREAD— Is but one quality—the best; the best bread made; suits the bard-toplease. 5c a loai everywhere. 4-14-M&F 100 PER CENT. PURE—What? Simmen's Butternut Bread. Health and strength In every slice. At all stores, 5 cents 1-11-MWFS tlUrtSES ai.d WAGONS to hire by day or month Terms reasonable. Applv Blue Front Livery Stable. 382 New St. 17645-4-28-lyr BLi. Ε FRONT Livery, boaruiug and Exchange, rigs . > hire by the day. week or month; best care given to horses on board. 882 New St. 17718-4-30-lyr I Ραϊ the nighesi coat pricee tor second band furniture. Sussman. e and 8 Smith St. 17447-4-23 1 yr t,Liiih,us—1 be great state ot North DaXota otters unlimited op,.or unities for business to classified advertisers. The recognized advertising medium la the Fargo Daily and Sunday Courier-News, the only sevou-day paper In the state and the paper which carries the largest amount of classified advertising. The Courier-News covers North Dakota like a blanket, reaching all parts of the state the day of publlcatiua, it Is the paper to use In order to get results. One cent per vord first insertion, one half cent per word succeeding Inrertions, fifty lents per line per month. Address Tha Courier-News, Fargo, N. D. 6-6-tf ΤΓΟΤΤΤ* HU'lhiL REMINGTON—Q. C. Hrlciko. Prop., 377 Smith St. Up-todate hotel and restaurant: first class in every respect. Also steamship arort Toi 3">7-.l 174KO 1 »·> Ur LO=ST. LOST—Between Charles "t. and I)o Kalb Ave., gold iratch. Reward if returned to Evening News. 977-12-22-11 LOST—Scotch terrier puppy, iteward returned to or notify J· C. Hutchinson, Sewaren, N. J. Mad dog shot by Port Reading police bit this puppy; puppy under treatment. 1 1 ' 985-12-22-3t /vvwvww WANTED AVANTED—By couple five or six room apartment; all modern convenience. Address A. B. C., care News. 935-12-20-4t WANTED—To buy all kinds of tobacco tags, coupons. cigarette coupons, Pnited Cisrar certificates and soap wrappers; highest prices paid. A Pavlovskiy. 441 Amboy Ave 233-11-2δ·1τηο. FUPMISHED ROOMS TO LET FURNISHED BOOM all conveniences, board if desired, 208 Market St. 978-12-22-2t TO LET—Furnished room, all conveniences, private family. 284 King St., Becond floor. 1002-12-22-lt F U it Ν A Sii ED KOOMS for ight housekeeping, with all improvements, steam heat. 216 Market St. 868-12-18-tf NICE FURNISHED front room to let. 173 Broad St. 832-12-17-tf FU HNISH ΕΐΓ~Η00Μ—Good home for right party, desirable locality. 225 Kearny Ave. Phone 48°-K. 798-12 16 tf FUKNISHED BOOMS and board, steam heat aud bath- 273 Smith St. Wedeen Bldg. 576-12-9-1 mo. TVS Ο connecting rooms, furnished complete tor housekeeping, all conveniences, reasonable. 43 Woodruff Place, between tligh ard Hector, south or Gordon 597-12 9-tf OK SMALL luiuished room, boari if desired, ail improvements, 267 McClellan St. Tel. 565-R. 6153-3-9-tf ROOMS TO T.FT. FIVE KOOMS to et with improvements at 390 State St. Inquire J. Goldsmith, 329 State St. 987-12-22-3t TO LET—Four rooms, part improvements ai 196 Paterson St.; rent $12, Hanes Nielsen, 196 Smith St. 947-12-20 3t TO LET—Five rooms with improvements at 194 Paterson St., rent $11. Hans Nielsen, 196 Smith £t. 954-12-20 3t FOU It HOO.vl flat with improvements, at corner of Cornell and Neville Sts. 898-lg-19-4t Tlifti-E KOO.VtS with ga.d and water, $10.00. inquire 261 King St. 759 12-15-6t ΊΟ LEI'—fc>i.x room flat, 330 Madison Ave. 760-12-15-tf FOP SAi.F. HARD CLAMS by the 100, 1,000 or 5,000 lot, 70c pel- 100. Pearson, 288 Front^St. 943-12-20-2t bUti bALE—Horse. Inquire O. Straub, South Arnboy, N. J. 924-12-19-6Î TV PEWKITEIi FOR SALE.—Visible type, standard keyboard, decimal tabulator and all latest improvements. Address K., care of News. 867-'.2-18-6t FUR SALE CHEAP—Schooner bull "Seven Brother." Raritan Mercantile Co , 3 06 Front treet. 842-12-17-tf. HORSE EOK SALE. Hadkins bottling Co., Tottenville, S. 1. 776-12-16-Gt SACRIFICED furs, overcoats, for men; corduroy suits for uoys; -pjrt coat3 tor ladies. C. Tuttle, 205 Snyth St. 174.11 4 22 lyr. I'U Mil buy a wt*w 1 ug uiaciune from auyoue before seeing machines ani getting special low prices from A Jensen, 3.16 State St 116H8 4 29 ly^ daU fUUlj, bought, sold, rented, repaned, supplies. » 4? Ke ing $3 up. Covering, *o up. A. Cauueld, 199 Market St., Newark. N. J. 21641 9-2-4mos ^ ΛΓ>πβιρ<} το ι ET TEN KOOM .louse tc let. r rooms on each floor, ail improvements, except steiun heat. Inquire 496 Ambiy ve. 7141213-1° TO LET—Sii room house email familv, improvements 55 Lewis St., near High 12-9 tf KOK KENT—6 room house on New BrutnfW'ck Ave ; hot and cold water, bath etc Inquire Q D. Ruin on, 173 High St. 11 -29 tf I u LE I—5 room house. Front street near Cordon at. Raritan Mercantile Co.. 306 Front St. 280-11-26-tf TO LET—Eight room house, all Improvements, garage in rear. Inquire 68 Smith street. 204-11-24-tf dEV E.\ ROOM nouse wuli ail improvements Inquire M Goldherger, 379 Mechanic St. 14-11-18-tf TO L£1 T\ PEWK1TEKS ΪΌΚ RENT—Standard visible typewriters, $S.00 per month, with tabulator. Why pay more for an old inferior machine? Victor Typewriter Co., 192 Smith 3t., Perth Amhov. N. J. 870-U-I8-6t TO LET—lu Tottenville, en room flats, all improvements, rent $lj. Inquire Mrs Healy, 228 Broadway, Tottenville, 8^ 1_ 464-12-4 tf FOR RF.NT—Fine larsr.^ ctahle wfth S stalls. R ! Rosfpr» Lumber Co. 'J«»|| .in.n.tr CHRISTMAS ΜΟΝΓΥ Advanced Quickly and Privately To Housekeepers No red tape, no objectionable inquiries made in your neighhood. The fact that you are hou?ekeeping will satisfy us that you can take care of an ebligation of this kind. Can You Usa $5.00 Ιο $100 for Your (leads Dunn; tba Ho'iday Season? If so let us arrange the necessary funds, to be repaid in moathly or weekly payments to suit your income. NEW BRUNSWICK LOAN CO. I 46 PATERSON Sl„ NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. J PHONE—11 OFFICE HOUKS, 8 A, M. TO « P. M. « I

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