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5 Boost Greater Woodbridge mibbrtbge Ivfayetritettf 28 Pages Todiy Four Sections \ <>!,. XII, No. 26, N..., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, l«v?n PRICE THREE CENTS White Way Idea Favored By Local Business Leaders His Skull Fractured Officer Directs Auto Car After Three Months William Dorset, of South River Park, Neptune, came to Wondbridgc on Saturday and claimed his car, n Ford coupe that was found abandonlavenel Folks Want New School And Park T ii r» u -r T i ii-»» i ed bv the police three months ago Mcyer Ur«on Tell, Driver How To Take Him To Rahway nm) h y ag bee p n parked ntar the police Hospital After Crash. RETAINS SENSES Motorcycle Is Demolished In Accident On New Highway Although his skull was fractured, cian of 87 West LJ5th street. Now an,l he was suffering from shock, uroyele Policeman Meyer Larson The York City. It was driven by his colored chauffeur, Edwa*d Smith, The physician' was riot in the car but his wife was in a rear seat. They wanted to get him to a hospital and were inquiring of other motoriata that had stopped at the scene as to where the nearest hospital was located. "Drive the car ami I'll direct you to the hospital,' said Larson. He was rushed to the Rahway In stitution and it was there that an X-ray examination revealed the frac ture. Larson's condition though serious, is not considered dangerous un less complications set in. His lef arm is badly bruised and lacerated. The motorcycle was completely wrecked. Smith, the driver of the car, said that he was driving along and noticed Ihe green light in his favor. He nl,, was just crossing Avenel street, he The car is th* property of Dr. I said when it changed and he did not i jmes H. Ravenell, a colored phyai- have time to stop. Mdti,lid not loste consciousness Wednes-,iav when he was knocked off his mot,,nycle. He was able to direct the diiv'er of the car that injured him,,, the Rahway Memorial Hospital, accident happened at Avenel i't and the Super-highway in Av-,.! at 2:40 p. m. I arson, on his motorcycle, waa waiting for the green light to give him the right of way across the highway. The light flashed green and Larson started across. A car on the,'ijthway shot into his path and en-,'iif(>d the front wheel of the motor-, ulo swinging it about and crushing it.arson was hurled from the seat ltl,l his head struck either the car! the pavement. The injury is at the,», k of his head, low down near the tation ever since. The car had been itolen and the thieves abandoned it n Woodbridge. Driver Rams Truck Three Are Injured Jersey City Man Ha» Crash On Highway At Avenel Street. Two Long Island Car* In Collision. Crashing into the rear of a truck iis he was driving along'the Superhighway near Avenel street early Tuesday morning, Harold Corcoran, of 33 Virginia avenue, Jersey City, sustained a compound fracture of the left arm, and numerous body bruises. Two women riding with Corcoran were injured and the front of his car was badly damaged. The women are Miss Mabel Backwold, of Myrtle avenue, Jersey City, and Miss Sophie Joselowiti, of 84 Avenue A. Bayonne,. a Miss Petition In Circulation For Both Improvements and Many Names Are Signed Will Ask T6wnship Committee For Park. ALSO PLAYGROUND New School Wanted East Of Penn. R. R. Tracks Say Children Now Walk Two Miles. Petitions are in circulation-in the Avenel section, it was learned today, for two major improvements. Several copies of each petition are in cirlti d numerous signature culation and numerous signatures have been obtained. From,000 to,500 names will be affixed to each petition, it was stated by one of the leaders in the double movement, before the petitions are presented. (Jne petition will be addressed and presented to the Board of Education and asks that body to erect another school in the Avenel section. The titioners ask that the school be cated east of the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks but the request is no more definite than that. It is said however, that many of the children in the section east* of th«-"tracks have to travel a considerable distance to reach the present peloasserted. The school board, it i pointed out, provides no bus transportation for these children. The other petition will be present ed to the Township Committee an it nsks that a suitable park and playground be established in Avene This petition is to be presented at the next meeting of the committee which will eccur on Monday next, if enough signatures, are obtained By that time. It is pointed out that pro- Merchants Unanimous In Support Of PUn For A Brighter Main Street Municipality Expected To Take Initiative By Improving Street Light System Willing To Do Their Share By Use Of Electric Signs and Bright Windows. WOULD BOOMJPROPERTY Project Likely To Be Put Up To Township Committee To Get The Movement Started Without Delay Railroad Station Alto Should Be Better Lighted. Seldom has an idea advanced by newspaper met with more instant and general support than did an editorial in the last issue of the Independent advocating a brighter Main street. TH'c idea was the topic of conversation in practically every business house along the street, and all were and are in favor of it if expressions heard in a canvass of the section are to be taken as a guid In interviewing several merchants expressions were requested as to what steps are needed to bring about tht improvement. The reply in each instance was similar in one leading vision is being made to establish a'thought: that t h i municipality Club Completes Plans < For Flower Show Garden Committee Of Woman's Club Arranges For Annual Event On September 7. * N Rotarians Tell Of - Vacation Adventures Members Review Experiences At Weekly Luncheon; One Deplores Eyesores On Local Streets, ' Talks on vacation trips and songs f"the"woman's Club of Wood- by Ihe members featured the Rotary l^lke was held yesterday afternoon, Club luncheon yesterday noon at the :, th, house of the chairman, Mrs. Middlesex Hotel, Woodbndge. I, ink Harth in Avenel. Plans were Dave Brown said he had been hshmnletcd for the Fall Flower Show ing at Henderson Harbor near the i hi. held Wednesday, September Thousand Islands, He has been gor it > o'clock in Municipal Halt, mg there for thirty-three years and A l fd h fihi A in ecting of the Garden commit- The C - g y y h«a nas always found the fishing gooc n nlace "ough to anticipate, with pleasure the next year. Brown,aid W d b M t i i r c n * K he net y Bown,aid iv a. m. Only amateur\c» n «on his ieturn t0 Woodbridge he wa =,,.te. Vases, baskets and containers di inted to find fte \ ^ M must be provided by exhibited eyesores here. He mentioned parti Flowers and containers cannot be cular] v the old brick walls on p eal. ivmovcd until closing of the show. street and the old shed next to thi The following will be the entries: hotel on Rahway avenue. Section Ira Spencer told of spending hi (- 5S! i vai; e marigolds, Afri- vacation in the White Mountains. H in,; bi oom s. sa "' t^at ' however, he had found a; u class > i va?e marigolds, French, beautiful scenery around Newton New Jersey.blooms Class 3 vase jjasturtiums ii 6 bl New Jersey. Hugh Kelly told of trips throug P l i d M Class 3 vase jjasturtiums.! Hugh Kelly told of trips througl (lasi 4 i vase zinnias, 6 blooms, lower Pennsylvania and upper Mary m land in sarch of antiques y p land in search of antiques. ^ tato^ and Cl ass G vase phlox, e^blooma. revealed the fact tiiat he is gifte d as ' s 7 ^vase asters, mixed, 2 with an excellent voice. There were three visi There were three visitors yeste day: James.J. Ward of Ridgetielj Park, John H. WelUr and Josep 9 i vase celosia, plume, 5 Slutzker of Perth Amboy. 8 vase cosmos, 2 eoxs. Sewaren Woman Huff In Auto Acciden ruises. All were treated at the Rah-, ay Memorial Hospital. j At 7:30 Tuesday morning there as another eraih on th* Super-' lighway near HiramWarm in which wo women were injured. One of the ars Involved was drive* --by Edard C. Paton, of Radcliff Road, sland Park, Long Island. His ma- hine collided with another, also torn Long Island, driven by Sarah E. Sturm, of Flushing. Paton's wife,vas painfully cut on the right leg ind his daughter, Kathleen, was inured severely on the head. Both vere taken to the Rahway Memorial hospital. Mrs. Paton was released )ut the daughter is still there. Legion Here Decides To Back Duggan Metuchen Man Is Choice Of Local Post For County Commander. At a meeting of Woodbridge Post No. 87, The American Legion held th M New Brunswick Ready To Receive Slate C. E. State Convention To Be Held There On October 8 to At First Presbyterian Church. The Forty-Fourth Annual Convention of the New Jersey Christian Endeavor 'Union will meet in N«w Brunswick, N. J., this fall, October 8- inclusive. Christian Endeavor is a growing organization of Christian Youth which began less than fifty years ago and today is found in every country of the world. The Endeavors of Middlesex Co., including C. E. organizations in our own town, were successful in bringing the State Convention to their count this year, and plans are being speed park and playground in Fords, and the Avenel petitioners assert that they pay as much taxes and have ust as much rights as the folks in Fords. Tpyewritten copies of the two petitions are being^rculated by the same group of woreers and whereever possible residents of Avenel are invited to sign the two at the same time. It it said that the - sentiment or the proposed school and the park ind playground run parallel and hat the folks that sign the one petition, readily sign the other. Nothing is stated in either petlion as to a cost limit or the dimensions of the improvement asked. When inquiry wti..made.nn this point, it was said that the first move in that direction will be up to the bodies to which the petitions will be presented. should take the initiative-. Brighter street lights are needed and many, many more of them. Only in this way, it is pointed out, can a roal white way effect be obtained. But thie merchants are more thjin willing to do their share. Every lead electric signs of artistic, attractive design. The section most in need of lights, in the opinion of prmficiilly all OI the Main street merchants, is that trctch»f the street extending from ihe railroad tracks to the Soldiers nnd Sailors Monument. And oddly enough in a majority of instances tive same comment *waj made in thll connection: that Main strce' sperms l<> end at the tracks. But others point i.ut that from Fulton street on to the Municipal building the street is imrk and uninviting at night. That any investment either by the municipality or by the business men, or both would soon be repaid many times over is the general Impression by increasing the volume of business and the value of property. A street that' is bright at night attracts enterprising business men seeking desir- -- : able locations, said one of the leading business men of Main street. ing merchant expressed willingness Property that is now dormant and to go to some substantial expense ii\ brightening up the «tret>t with Several Are Injured In Auto Accidents Four-Ye*r-Old Boy, Three Men and Young Woman Among Victims Of End Mishaps. Week Avenel Woman's Club Opens With Luncheon Plans For Fall and Winter Are Outlined; Club To Sponsor Wading Club. AVENEL A three-course covered dish luncheon was served at the Tea Room marked the opening of the fall and winter season of th<> ily perfected for the greatest con- Women's Olub, on Wednesday aftvention New Jersey has yet known, ernoon. A goodly number of menv Class blooms. Class spikes. Class 0 vase celosia, comb, 5 spikes. Class vase snapdragons. Section 2, Perennials. Class 2 vase gailardia, (.looms..'.,.^.,,....- Class 3 vase delphinium, t> way hospital last Friday morning -pikes.. i as the result of an automobile acci- Class 4 vase phlox, 6 spikes, j,j ent occurring at Roselle. She was Section 3 Gladioli. A registration of 2,000 young peo _._._ pie from all parts of the state, is... the Legion rooms at the Memo- expected. Dr. Cordie J. Culp, D.D., rial Municipal Building Monday pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of New Brunswick, has manifested a splendid spirit of cooperation with, the Committee on Arrangements and the Official Board of his Church has placed the Church jilith. its spacious auditorium and well-equipped pariah«*wm» *t the, disposal of the Endeavors for the four Convention days. Dr. Culp said in ljis message of welcome to the Endeavors: "New Brunswick has been honored by being chosen the city where the Christian Endeavor State Convention is to be held October 8-, SEWAREN Mrs. W. W. Connor, of West avenue, was taken to Rah o n her way to Paterao'n when, in Class 5 vase glad' 0 ".'" mixed, trying to avoid being hit, by another t'i spikus. Class 6 vase or basket of gladioli for effect. Section 4, Dahlias. Class 7 vase any color, 6 blooms. Class 8 vase or basket of dahlias for effect. j Class 9 vase dahlia pompom fixed, 6 blooms. Class 20 vase or basket pom- I'dm fixed- for effect. Section 5, Rose?. Class 2 vase, 3 blooms. Class 22 basket of roses tar, slw ran her car into some rods projecting from a truck. It was first thought that Mrs. Conner was very seriously injured, night at which fifty members attended the following were placed in nomination for office for 93, the election on these offices to be held at the September meeting: '" 'C&tft&i*M«, WilHam-^Wohan; Sjc. Vice Comandev, Charles Kuhlmanf Jr. Vice Commander, Raymond R. Moore; Adjutant, Charles Anness; Finance Officer, August F. Greincr; Historian, Frederick Witheridge; Chaplain, Rev. Ernest Abott; Service Officer, Stanley C. Potter; American ism, J. Henry Bayer; Boy Scouts Thomas F. Kath; Athletics, Frederick Witheridge; Child Welfare, C. William Messick; Membership, Leon E. McElroy; Publicity, A. A. Olaen; Trustees, Thomas Kath, William H. Treen, Eugene Schreiner, Fred Witheridge and William Holohan. Delegates to the State and County Conventions, Eugene Schreiner, Leroy Litts and Vincent Weaver; alternates, Raymond Moore, Clifford Laing and F. Witheridge. By unanimous vote of Woodbridge Post the delegates to the the X-ray has proved otherwise, Middlesex County Convention were and she is getting along nicely. i instructed to work 'and vote for Three Are Injured In Sewaren Crash SEWAKEX-rMr. and Mrs. H. J. William Hornaby, agcil 4 years, of 8 Green street, wus struck and injured by an auto Saturday nbout noon as he wa3 crossing the street. The child was treated by Dr, Rothfuss for bruises on the forehead and left cheek, and contusions of the left shoulder. The car waa owned and driven by Robert Temple, of 500 Bloomfield avenue, Hoboken. His address waa taken by the police. Fred Johler, of May street, Hopelawn, and. William Warren, of Fords, were inj^ired Sunday when their cars came together in New Brunswick avenue. Fritz Bauer, of Paul street, Fords, who was riding with Johler, was cut over the right of comparatively little value would noon be in demand and the increase in valuations w.<mld more than repay the initial expense, he added. - - There were expressions also r* garding other Koctiona of the town that need brightening up at night. The idea advanced by one of tf-.p. local service clubs last year (hat the Pennsylvania station should be better lighted and made more attractive, was ntvivt'd and Is being advocated. It is probable that the governing body will be asked to take up the White Way idea and that with the proposal will come the pledge of the leading merchants to do their part in maintaining signs and lighted windows. Labor Day Dance Success At Sewaren More Than 00 Guests Attend Pleasant Function At Land and Water Club. bers were present. Before the serving of the luncheon, which was served at one long table in banquet They "were'teken'to the"perth"imstyle, the president, Mrs. P. J. Do- boy hospital. Warren, who has a nato, was asked to unveil a little' nevcre head injury, is still there, surprise for the club. The surprise; A young woman recorded as Miss proved to be a miniature wading- Frompton, of Mamaroneck, N. Y., pool with fountain in the center was cut on the head Sunday about with the motto, "Avenel Kiddies, n ;3o a. m., when a car in which Our Motto in -93 L" This was the she was riding with Fred Pietro, of ""' i " *" ' ' " ' A* HkAjhree-car jeorges avenue, driven by Peter SEWAREN There were 09 guests at the Labor Day Dance with eye. Johler was bruised about the I Vice-Commodore and Mrs. C. S, face and one knee was injured.! Wiswail as host, and hostess. It was held at the Land and Water club. Extra pieces of music in the orchestra made dancing much more enjoyable. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. V. Drake, Mrs. C. M. Cooper, Mrs. C. WLswall, Mr. and Mrs. Rene De Russy, Mr. and Mrs. William Westergaard, William Vincent, Miss Ber- W li Weiunt, Lois Frank Duggan, Commander of Me tuchon Post No. 65, as its choice _for County Commander for Middlesex County for 93. Other matters of routine nature were discussed and following adjournment refresh 930. It gives, me pleasure, as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church,.which has been chosen as headquarters, to extend a most cordial welcome to our historic city. "We are very happy at the disposal of the, Convention all of the facilities of our Church plant which, I think, will be found capable of meeting the requirements of the Convention. We are looking forward with expectancy to the coming to our city of these Christian Young People, believing that their presence will be a stimulus to the work of the young people of all our churches. Dr. Culp will deliver the Convention sermon nn the opening night of the Convention. Lewis and Clifford Jaeger, of East. merits were served. A committee n l avenue, were driving toward Wood-%p>s also appointed by Commander bridge last Friday night when their Schreiner to serve indefinitely and Section 6 Miniature Gardens. Suction 7 Houseplants, flowering Section 8 Specials. or otherwise. Class 23 Miscellaneous, Class 24 basket or vase ; (frey and gold. Must conform to club colors as near as possible. Section 9 Non residents, y% ek J» im- awtn coming from Port Reading. Mre. Lew,is was thrown from the car, but- fortunately escaped with bad contusion. Mr; Lewis was unutil. eh-ti Mr. and Mrs. Logan Honor Gue»t» From Hartford Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Logan, of Maple street, entertained Saturday ight in honor of their guests, Mr. hurt, but Mr. Jaeger had abtasions and contusions. iginally assured Woodbridge Post at the intersection of Rahway Avenue and Green street in Heard's Square to' commemorate Woodbridge Revoseveral lutionary History is made a certainty. Oscar Leib Takes Control Of Ludwig Store In Perth Amboy Oscar L.eib, widely known in the furniture industry throughout the East, has assumed entire control of and Mrs. G. Hargis Prall, of Hart- the Ludwig furniture store at Smith ford Conn Bridge waa played and' street and Madison avenue in Perth high' scores were made by Mr. and j Amboy. Leib has been connected Mrs. Logan Bockius. were serve*d.j The invited guests were: Mr. iind Mrs. Fr«d Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beyder, Mr. and Mrs. tieorge Tighe, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Boekius, Miss Elaine Logan and Miss Clara Hanson, all of Woodbridge; Mr. and Mrs. G. Hargis Prall, of Hartford, Conn. COSTA'S FAMOUS ICECREAM ALL FLAVORS 60c Quart 30c Pint 5c Half?int HARDlMAfT WHARMAtY Rahwav Ave. & Qreen St Refreshments With the furniture trade during the greater part of his life. He is known to practically every one in Perth Amboy and throughout the Raritan bay shopping district. His personallf y has won him a host of friends..ho will be glad to learn that he has rfeturnej to the local field. Mr Leib is moat widely known as the general manager of a chain of stores in New Jersoy. In this position he came in contact with thousands in thi* section. His methods of dealing with the public are unique in that as far as possible h* ftve» *w (MMTMUUJ and ladividual.attention to each patron.. In taking over the control of the Ludwijt store Mr. Leib will continue this policy. One reason for the method is that it puts him in a position ] to l-ectify mistakes and iron out difficulties of every sort on a basis o^ d i f t i a» to Pietro's car, one y Gallo, of Linden, and» third machine driven by Sam Camprise, of Newark, were all going south. Camprise's car stopped in traffic, according to the police report, and the mhers-collided with it. The injured young woman was treated by Dr. Eothfuss. to sponsor a wading pool for the children of Avenel, beginning activities along that line during 3.! Before the members were seated, the Lord's Prayer was repeated and a verse of the club song was sung. During the business session which followed the luncheon, the president gave greetings and good wishes fir the year of club work. She also presented an ex-president's pin to Mrs, Charles Sicssel, who was president last year. Several committees had functioned during the summer months and gave interesting reports. One op these was the Councilor for the Juniors and Girl's Club, Mrs. Frank Barth, who reported that a layette and clothing had been given to a worthy family. These two clubs will not open until October. Mrs. Edward Grode told of the four summer card parties which had proved to be a financial a^nd social success, ing in Hagaman Heights, Thylis The Good Cheer w.ork was carried j Fedko, 3, of 30 Mercer street, fell on and many in sickness and sorrow! out and struck the ground. The girl*' Falls Out Of Truck When Door Opens Carteret Girl Is Victim Of Odd Accident In Hagaman Heights. When the door of a truck in which she waa riding with her father...,, was jolted open on Saturday morn- Walter Dreyer, B. Dayer, Miss Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. McLain, Dr. and Mrs. Jogeph Reismaner, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Misses Mae and Emily Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ford. Valentine Brown, Rose Valentine, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wheeler, Mrs. O'Hara, William Edgar, Miss Florence Brown, Walter Sehorn, Mary Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Acker, Mr. Cornien, Miss Appleby, Mrs. Virginia Miller, Dr. Louis Wetterberg, Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Rush, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. McCormiek, Miss Florence Kessner, Robert Track, Miss Dorothy Track, Edward Duryca, Mr and Mrs, Merrill Moaher, M. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, Mr, and Mrs^ J. W. Klein, Mr. and Mrs Commodore and Mrs i. III. B. "Runkin, s. F.. Turner, first hand information transaction involved. a» to the MR. OSCAR LEIB. ties will be renewed with hiss advent in the Ludwig store Where he fa COIK neeted in a managerial and executive capacity and will have a personal interest in seeing that each customer gets satisfactory service. Mr. Leib in a veteran of the World's War, having been, engaged in active duty in the air sevice. He is also actively connected with many Fine Musical Program For C. E Convention Rev. Paul H. Conrad To Be Musical Director M i» 8 Claire Pfeiffer To Preside, The local committee for the 44th Annual State Christian Endeavor Convention, to be held in New Brunswick, October 8-, has been successful in arranging a very attractive musical program for that occasion, Middlesex Co. C. E. Union, the host of the Convention, has as one of its staunch and valuable leaders, 'Rev. Paul H. Conrad, pastor of the Stelton Baptist church. Rev. Conrad will be musical director of the convention. He has secured the services of Miss Janet Dickson, of Vineland, aa organist, and also the famous Harmon^ Trumpeters, of NewSrk. These will play for all the services of the convention. Rev. Conrad will organize and direct a convention choir and hit. ability and success iiyyoung People's wujfk predict a musical treat in store for al! who attend the convention. The regular meetings of the local committee will be resumed on Sunday^ September 7th, at 3 p. m., in the Parish House of the First P b r i h h N B were remembered by,mrs. William Kuzmiak. -> "" " '' An outline of the year's work, as recommended by the Board of Directors, was presented and accepted by th* elttk- It etmsifct* + a food sale, witli Mrs. Clyde Berry as chairman, to be held on Friday, September 2 (n the Maple Realty Building; Harvest Home Tea t* be given for the benefit of the Good Cheer Department at the home of llitt chairman, Mrs. R. A.. Lance, in George street on tha affernoon of Friday, October 3. On November 7 the annual fall bazaar will be given with Mrs. C. A. Nofiage as chairman, at the Tea Room; November 5th, Birthday Party with Mrs. F. E. Barth, in charge; December 7, Christmas Party with a speaker; February a play with R. C. Benjamin as coach; March 8, Federation Night with Mrs. D. P, De Young in charge of arrangements. Lectures will be added when appointments can be arranged. Those in charge of the luncheon were: Mrs. William" Perna, chairman, assisted by Mrs. R. C. Benjamin and Mrs. J. Mowluay. father, Andrew Fedko, took her to Dr. Samuel Messinger's office where she was treated for numerous body bruises. The physician feared there might e.a slight-fracture f the skull and advised that the girl be taken to a -hospital. The parents preferred to keep her at home and have her attended the*e. The accident happened in one of the streets in Hagaman Heights near the Carteret line. garel Walker. Miss Eunice Verity, Mrs. Frank Rankin, Fred Turner,' Jr., Mrs. J. B. Meyers, W. O. Dill, John H. Meyers, Jr., Miss Edith Best, ami's Mc- Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. William Bartow. Miss Jane Treglown, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Ueii Chase, Clinton Kei Mrs George Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paulson, Mr. and Mr&. A. P. Piver, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Zimmerman, Mr. Jnd Mrs. J. B. Pitard, Mr. and Mrs. James Saekie, K. P, Zimmerman. mars. Sid Miss Ethel ; dy, Mr. and Dollar Days Here Tomorrow And Monday n and^ Presbyterian» Btuas> wick, which is to be the convention headquarters. Miss CUire Pfeiffer, of the Woodbridge Presbyterian, church,, and President of Middlesex County 0. E. Union will preside ai chairman. Miss Pfeiffer will arrive in America on Friday from Europe, where she has been attending the World's recall Leib» - r.., ^managerand man "ndtbvw om i- C. E. Convention thb Past held in Berlin. attact new trade. Tlli{i t S. & D. of L. Plan* For Card Party On Sept. 7 A regular meting of Pride of New Jersey Council 2-J'J Sons and Daughters of Liberty wan held Wednesday night in the Masonic Temple. Plans were discussed for a card party to be Held it ffie r. next meeting, September 7. *^.«. J. M. Jensen, chairman of the Gpod and Welfare committee will have charge of the party. Assisting her are: Mrs. Georgie Roberts, Mr», J. Bernard, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. E. Sedderittone, and Mrs. E. Nelson. A meeting of the committee will be held September 2 at the home of Mrs. J. M. Jensen in Freeman street. 00 WAIH Tomorrow and Monday will be nitfht and Monday night later than dottur days in Woudbridgc; the first usual in order to -aci-omodale hose ever held in the town. The leading shoppers who can not visit them in retail'business concerns of the town, the day time. especially of the business section of' i Main street, are-behind the project Watson-Eyener Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Evem-r ;mnouncif the marriage of their daughter, Helen, to Jtitm Thomas Wsitsmu Jr., of Perth Ayiboy. The marriage ttok place on April 6 at Maryland. and are preparing to make the event one that vf.l make a deep impression on»hopi>er». Extensive advertising is being done by these merchant* and their stocks are beiti* arranged for advantagous display. The prises mentioned in the advertising are so much lower than the regular figures that it is certain that a great deal of merchandise will be offered at cost and even below cost in this combined effort to the advertise-. Tlli{i \WiSi $ &\*ty the adve, ment» of practically every leading; retail house in Main street and the business block of Rahway avenue. The store* will be open tomorrow J. BLAKE School Supplies TeLS-«2*a HARDMANS PHARMACY Ed, L. Hardiman, formerly uf Seaman'*, Perth Amboy PRESCRIPTIONS Called For and Delivered Cor. Rahway Avtmu* and Green Street T«l. J8B bd N J

6 News of the Worlcf Told in Pictures JPower Conveyors Glass Screens for Fruit Protection Cucumber Crop \ Pressun. zt.iz ~ L a ia» sup -sa rut ETi-.-.f r- t.?ixt» it Jfctoc: Late, Baire T :r. Switzerla c u mpii; learning K :i*r* PraKp»r::Tt pur?.r.&i.«--: ar? s» part lei irorr tat lr\\z; 27 t c.bs;» - :na3tt v. Droieci iht Ire: s; SUE Lni aist Crowds Gather in Front of Bombay Court A Pair of Freak Fowl art E^;?r Winners in Pistol Shooting TRENTON, N. J Two o! tnt 2MK unusual cincxent ever «- hlbivec at a poultry EXJ'J«\ Or: tilt jei; a lijvei-tnzzied palish i s l as wt right it rtav iooki Hie b. inacii-'j«ec IM u>vued teatbct 930 and 88 Racquet Huge crowdf (lajerlng la frost oi tie compoanc si list Cnief Presidency MaK-E~-ale«Coun Sura* ttoe triaj of Congre«Jeiden who were arresim H; BomDaj tusla. la coniieruor. vr.tr. ihe demodkraaons ' or. Tli»k O»y jjrocessioe.. Riou tad biowknec! aavt aeei. omsed Dy volunteers sr:spa-_iiciig aaci the police l 0 ducoursgc ihese demonsifsuoos. r Model Airplane Tournament Held in N. Y. Tat Detrc:; Police Depar^atr.: lean, winners C. the pistol team ma::n a; Cam? Perry 0 Tix team won a lii'rei meda: and cash' prizes Le;t so ngi-.t Jane; Partf. Alfred Henumng, Gilbert Viau.' and Lewis Sar.dersori, Irons Worn Nine Years. ;ij NEW YORK CITY A group oi the youngsters with their mcjdt! piaiits standing ben;ac the trophies which will be ftwaroec IE the setouc annual Bastem Stales championihip model airplane tournai.meat. ^ BftOOKLINE MABB Bencing Iron; lop W bottom: G. Lyltelers. Irui) IJUVU Cuu ate mid world's Lailtst tennis player, a new 930 racquet atia JoUn P»*!,'CY uisxi«r of the lattiouj Palfrey tie ten. lioimrnj a racguet in lue siuct M Hawaii's Entrants in National Rifle Mest V WASHINGTON ' C-^=.e: L Wbf:i i reulnj U ttventy. Ove-pound statlh i,, ^^ ^ ^_.._ ^-^^ p ^ ^. ^ Veae. suela. The Irani wrt Wu;.. :.ivt seen worn Ior am, yean ^ Mlgue: Deigaat CiuJjtuc -.tmi.-.x. tti.t. Weaving in Switzerland 'I'lit Frcjicli aviaiur, DJfcuduniit Cusit, wlu< tuu six diitoen: wujld icwjidi to l>la credit ijr.i wii'j CICOMKI liic Iroiu triuux U> Aumric* Maurice Beikuite in hla -, the Question Murk. Mile. Autirez of Parl, selected. as having Pans's inott winuingi muile. Blie is a model, and her) pictures are used more than anyi other girl's in France on pattern,' i COVer*, elc. r Thl» pouu) shows tiia National Guard rifle totuu ul Ua*au, eulered to the nlte maushes held at Camp Perry, O. li the only

7 r ; -v. (ODBRIDGE INDEPENDENT FRTDAY. SfflMTEMBKR 5, 9JW ruxiwam GREAT EXPLOSION OF MERCHANDISE! Everything From Wall To Wall To Be ftaiffoabed For Whatever It Brings In Cash! STARTS Perth Amboy's Monster SaleSTARTS ludai The most terrific underselling ever attempted in this community. TODAY Values that will stagger the vision of your eyes. Never, in this town or any town, has merchandise been offered to the public at such stupendously low prices as the* ^. -^ ^x LINCOLN CLOTHES SHOPis offering in this sale. Prices torn to smithereens! ONLY THE FOUR WALLS MUST BE LEFT MEN'S CUIDTC Broadcloth Oil ft Id THE FAMOUS "MASTER" Guaranteed Fait Colors In Blue, Tan, Green, White Lavender and Peach. Value $.75 MEN'S. Value i?l.75 MEN'S SUITS Regular $25.00 $Q.85 Q MEN'S SUITS Regular $30.00 $3.85 Men's SUITS NEW FALL STYLES Value $35.00 Men's SUITS.00 MEN'S FANCY Dress Shirts WITH STIFF COLLARS Up-to-the-minute Styles and Patterns. Value $.95 Men's Top Coats Value $8.")0 MEN'S FANCY RAYON SILK SOX 6 prs. for $ MEN'S SPICK & SPAN SILK BROADCLOTH UNION SUITS Value $.50, 63c ALL WOOL KNICKERS GUARANTEED $.95 MEN'S WORK PANTS* Value $.50 99c MEN'S OVERCOATS $0.85 MEN'S UNION SUITS 3 for $ MEN'S and LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS lc MEN'S SILK ' NECKWEAR Value $.00 2for$l MEN'S DRESS PANTS Reg. Value $5.50 A REAL BUY IN MEWS ODD SUITS Formerly $40.00 $485 MEN'S SOCKS Repair LINCOLN CLOTHES SHOP MEN'S SILK HOSE Viilue 50c Pair 4 pair $ MEN'S SUITS Value* $40.00 $2.85 MEN'S WORK CHAMBRAY SHIRTS' 36c. 5 SMITH STREET PERTH AMBOY, N. J.!

8 ., >. fcgf. FCT SI M Per T«*r EOl.tr, J Cotning Down to Earth p. News fromthfrchurche ''! * t V,t ; tt >-»r at» i L>..'.» J* >'lc- ' "«* IP*.. ) Chorci of Cbriit, *. : "j em.v. " V - T,- -V -- r-«':' %' - : ; -w A "HiW. :. > V.«FC V -»'. - -rs * V ' -.i.: :. - >-. 'Jl Si k" tl tjjtl-i * py 'a :;:.» i:n: ".--y i.ih TT.iCJ? ~it ill TIME TO MOVE UP r tf». -.-* r>«*nr r i, KM -, t.~ - j. _ * '_'_' _ «. «:..:-; ' i n s u r e.* *..", j : t» < - '.i' -. X - Xi.-;. bitr: '- -,.. y ~ INTERDEPENDENCE ON INCREASE T:> tz. u* * i-'"* Liny j -i *.'- t! r i i ' t x t A- ikea»ci. Am DC P---L tf :- '.I'LL U >*-n i. cia to tcntj*r ei:t" (p. V." t. :'. --: : f"-r..'v. k Surery B'.-T,-: - r'» * ;;.-*». -'«; i.tr.--.-" -. 4 ;..s ^'. v.vr».r.._vju.:z -.*-«fct fc i.rt z~ '.».-.: rt'tutt a ;>e6'*.".m rare : ".:.'t '.. v-rr.i.*;.'.'e c' lit» -j. H J-- -.t W5J'^ f.tc fctu..t.tc tilt :Ui. ^tiitt itiid wlip.* -!.-'. y: '. d '^''. f' r t -. *? «for mfp^rti:>i. ti,: K t.f- II -<- fv-t -?'.»" "^.* ' sr.y or : lit* t.: vt-r*'.'.'n-: - t!: * ii v T< rir: if it ''ttiairlr! or. "!*«-- r.i"t I K" tlic FT>*-'":f-'.:i" -c T"t tut ',-r." " - -.i. ' *? -.i.-.trv i." E ' ENSiGN. I'.;, G :.' ' ' * '":- '.'. '.'.'TV- '.'. -V? tbt r.i'.-'j '.:' ii"-'" sti.. K* it r.ial tic ;L ctlti Vi r UGLY SPOTS ppirr trtir *.'-p«r..» i'.ti tlc \'..H Jf^ir. i- io ve «d«rt»ii2kf:. bi:: ;;»<: r'. "«i {"r."" 'JL iji-v.-q B-'WX V"t',' iid-fe-f'. '.' i. S*f Jig trifi ]' toic '.f v. ",'t*. *.fcy, : j»fiifcc '->L tn *.r;j^ tlc f-^f-.tp.'.* v.'!.j vf i\ J j On y mo u» L.jr '>:: ;...: rv. msy. A: tiy r*.*.* r.t.-.tc i r'r;..r.ir tt t *» THOMAS AJJO_ CLAWL ;; r.y f r. r : v^ri: UU-C of '.-'.t tltrt is 4. ctti O'r.t way f. LiBVrt ttt fcirira] 'A \: >-. 'jr^is.kr W-..-.,c-?..'..'"rP-fc-./.x 'A (.yir.a":-r.'hy tpirr. v. :.'> -r:.-.:.: ^ CARING FOR THE UNEMPLOYED ". :'= "., -'- ";>' '.;;«: tin ' '».:jti':v. UJ»-: '. v.. v.:»-. >t: it»ti'j.;> i>. "it-f.w **- " tjitl* M '-' * '" ' * «' ' > V:"L B.M-y.:-l';jjtii»'it '--L'JW. Wb? afam>^»«.^'r't'' tjjit-.»»!-fcr in Ktw York itiy Ur '::.<; rs't*rr:?>- at o:,t glort ftejj in of r«bud jv.rekiij.jr U t w <ra:;..<>;er*.. PEACE AND TARIFF BARRIERS.';«;,'.- tru,,i-t ijf trade Oiaf'h t'r</b* [jatiwit, tii*.) ' /?:,'! Hiii> t^i«imrritj"* of urifl»iid fj*ti'jj.* t a." ','/ Mb^tiujr of tit «!T<^ U;J*/!I JtiX*ri»nlivfc*' r«l»ttoiu of tariff it-fs t:, Mjwii»Mi',»i ujvatiout. IJJ tw titvgglt lot ilarktu, wbitb it b of«:ijt. i* Bfj'J dtf^jj^ive, li«* uj>4u**uwjnmy tiie nil mtuat* to world to!**<* i» cur gy, p*rr(it;it doniitjji, but alwau He in a (x>untg«eui mtiij *!io attt-uiiju to &dw*t a ngtiou, aud it il a if to flii ticu»* miut r«t ufkiu the li'.t tiut tin u tui tnt^nuitiuiul to**, the UvUrj, iu'j tint fraui»pt*di, vbit-ti I afnitrit) *iid k clutbed»»tti courtny, ttrj offer DO \o titisor; cut Ux tib«potk-j of w\ vttk>u autij thf frt*t major itj t*f tli* «bd«rate ii imifficit-ntlj' iwyrtmta with Hi wemtj to demand JU wiupu««. Peaw ^awu^wt&j^irjjl Mjifnar wiy vfaco a ajoritj is mh uulwu axtd fuificiout MliQM ftewmelym w w* j' ^ t* rtriie for St'iUt. L'Ui'.t J'ltp:'.IT Ili'-'r. Ht T t U> ti;.i:ft tin" n fcti:i K- ;: nii{ "[ rupi«; ; vt a: iff f/n nil cim*ll n.;*r.!. ; ; Dew. of Men. U««tJ * :! B * iyet ' ^ " W ' tc U tl * '-" r.- (,-t -.». t?».lj, '.i< t b.i W; vrw tie i Here ii *"ben Hit CurTigLI. i IJI^ rtniti^ (.if CLl!t ; tl^., j. bf \ it '} -% OWL vi. his pott, i' oiwt t ". ^*t ' tb'i: t!. Sti K " < J * - ' t - T "* - il *; Mil K~ut. j - h- '/I'Gld (it ftf«r lrtiti l^"- tw ii LI! '."V r.i^i tit.t':." f.-,:. \\ ^,'i t* diftfui: LJ ttu' t,vi* \.jt /..LC tl.tt '/ flit fc^ H'«t. fj if mcfui': t* H vf< tit* '- to twrwt it* errijfl TO ijjl*»«r tutu frsiti. '^-' '.-L. Ovi?*r ti'>r *! (Bit Wt pt Ob Is gk-fi Ibhl'T 'jibmjfce-ttjilil. i:»rt tlkjtytu>iu* *l*eri tfr n;' ifcfr y? Ul ^Jti»iw. iw"xi;n tj. j '_? ;»v* f^f. TntfP or iiif>u^wfe. fct. il BJ ^"t o tlif t^(i r* kl i' it et>-> ti- iweni a* lit I ^ j JiUTIKlfV!.. UtTJ fkj*!' LI [lit ninn a ;.u»n'** you aliotiyiih'iie > U"! «cvlnit;»- it Eland before JOB fact 0 Utt L.C UI wiiiti ue Ua'utt. Ut j o l* 'I'.ere fc'^tid. Lit '.*.: **-rej$titi$i -bu!.*: C'ltt <r L* it -ui to lie. : K<ni*pe i cat _ Quaified Adi. Bnoc tlitt^j tl/ LtJ NOTiCZ TO COWTRACTORS. tid Lit i! inealed proposals will bt ^Tlt j by tiit biiurd of Edotatu.a of bit f**" nhtiu for the eitivtting *D<3 laving bf toui-re-^ w, Aveael sxrtrt, in u.eir v»i> Vu*ii»««." ur. "?*uf- j f ron t t,f Aveptj Public Scb&ol, ; Avtt:b» ii/jiiiiiik to MJ Hi*-) Stxidd i m, Wot-o - -r;dgt Towntbip, New *, out."" M»c «ut. He «* i 3an*y., ii»i thert it a ] Bids wi*ii i,t a»dt out in fornii rfriaiion Detim* pr..i...diii j wppliwi lid fd*- Of tail pnrpot* *nd th*l) J'.I An i 00 It*»"C* t. Wood i/ifd,gt, Xew Jen*y, or Ei perbob kt the izifeetid^ U, l>t held in the High ScfaooL B»r- (MINIATURE GOLF S c % ' Plais and Layout Covering Spocincation* COMPLETE FOR If you plan to erect, layout or locate a miaiathre fotf course, it trill be well worth to purchaae a set of tbe««pla d apecifceationa prior any work on tame what-sod of dollar*. ever. It will probably MT«you many hundreds Nearly any contractor CAM make you a price from urn* ia tb* I* * * wtiifftitr aa you would aak for a contract price on laa erection of a new borne. It is an 8 bole course; 72 par abot; a recular golf course. FREDERICKS ARCHITECTURAL SERVICE We Are Determined To Clean Out Our Efltire«5tock of-used CARS * - hi* month and have made Dr&ttic Reductioni oo Every Car in Our _ Stock. ET«-JT car carrie* our "Goodwill Guarantee" for 30 Day» again*t defect and is returnable within week if not satisfactory. They have all been recooditiooed and put in first da*» running condition. Nowhere can you find v»jue«to Match The*e. LATE MODELS ALL GUARANTEED fctiaod Sedan Essex Coach $200 Ptotiac Sedan ile Coape $306 Chrysler 70 Roadster $425 Jordan 8 Sedan $350 Pontiac ootiac Spmi Sport Roadster $700 OktsmobOe Sedan $50 Dodge Sedan $25 Chrysler Coupe $400 A miscellaneous Jot of f ooe _ the kind to get you back uxi f erat it priced then> from (50 tc J'.ClO condition Just t»_ork r& d*aa th*m out we rly a^d gh th«pick. GREEN MOTORS, Inc. OAKLAND PONTAC 5ALLS k 363 New Brunswick Ave. OPEN EVENINGS ILRVlCl Perth An^boy, N. J. PHONE 3526 During Woodbridge Dollar Days, September 6 and 8, ONE DOLLAR DELIVERS ANY RADIO IN THE STORE!! MANHATTAN TUBES SPECIAL AT $.00 Priced up to $2^0 CONCANNON'S MUSIC STORE 76, MAIN STREET, WOODBMDGE lei 8-0J99

9 U ABRIDGE INDEPENDENT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER % 9 \ -! u and Food Sale nilpfl By Builders Society rm,ldors Society of the Iteth- ',,,.(, met Wednesday after-,,o home of Misa Ethel Val- ', ri-diite plnce. The president, I,ivinjsood, presided at the wh'ifh ooencd with the slnfr- ' )n. n,n. Mrs. Madeleine Duval ' ( votional service. Rev. How- <h gave a short talk., '.',,',. business sessions plans Liplcted for a food sale to be nudity, September 3, in the ',, of the church. Mrs. ',. KjortiRon- was appointed, Plans were also made to i.mzmftr on Thursday, Novcm-. i n the lecture room of the., -i;,] hour followed when re ',!,,,ts were served by Mrs. E,,, Mrs. G. Me Cullnugh, I jvir Donald and Miss Ethel., < ' The next meeting will be November 5 at the home of I, Livingood in Upper Main I I I I I I I I-H-H-H-H- POTPOURRI Mill I I H H-l-H-H' I I I I M I Agriculture in Belgium Little Belgium Is Iniportanl nprlciilturnlly. imil hns recovered roinnrknhly since the «nr. Of Its I nl ii I itren nf nhnosl seven mid n half million nrrcs, more th:in hnlf Is under rultivn- Jinn. Tlie omntry produces inure tier ncre of potatoes, harlev. lolwrro, flux thnn any of' Its ii('!);liliiirs ImludiiiR flrent I'rltnin. l-"riiii«.-t* nnd (lerniiinj. Vcrv vinnll fiirms pn-vivll. tfc?3«wettrrn NCWIDIKI I'nlon.i Please mention this paper to nd ertisers; it helps you. it helps them t helps your liaper. I I I I Ml I I I I I I I I I I I I I I POTPOURRI : II I I II H-l-l I I I I I I I I I I I I Belli Although tht> very enrly "bells" were lone metnl hurs rather tlian the fitter cup pimped tiffnlr we know, the Inlter ciime Into being early In the Fnnrth con tliry. The largest hell In the world Is the "Tsar Knlukol' iwhich weighs W\ Wins It In In Mo«e«w. The luriflt belle tin no; ninve hut are WruvH In iifmlme the sound. ( 90 Wpjiltrn N*w»r>V'tr [inloti» [m+i+m MI ii CLASSIFIED ADS i.,,n flort trlvprti«>nn"tiu otily on* * word; minimum ch»rg«jbc. FOR RENT - nnn(t«low. f o u r! i rooms ami hath, oii'ctrio, rnncrctr WANTED <-e!l»r; with or without»'«< Kor! CLEAN RAGS wanted, «i»# Of hand- rent or (or sale; inquire Stevrn'-i kerchief or larger. Be a pound i; u b, H»hw*y avenue, Avehel. TVn! Middlesex Press. 20 Green street.. phnm, Woodbridge 8 2r>". FOR Ik FO* RENT RENT 2 all avenues ' " '" \V. I. 9-B. : LSv.fi, i - Inelin, N. S. FOR RENT Two extra large fur- Inelin, w. I. 8-29; N.!»-!>.* ninhed rooms with or without f w I hoard Address 643 Linden nvenue. POR RENT B nr 4 furnished roorr telephone Woodbridsre 8-0r,77.»p»rtments; also furnished roomw i 9.5 apply l Mrs. Little. Lil 44 Main tret telephone 3-M. FOR lmk«furnished W. I. -fi tf. ~" ROOMSAND BOARD Billon.«.«e. I i tf. - -! SALE cheap to i FOR SALE W. I. IKS. _ ;,. _. I FOR SALE Five room houne with bdth ami nil improvement* in Rowland place. Telephone Woodbrldjt GROWN right h«re, big vnriety o{ Shrub!>, Tr*e«, Ev^rjreens, Ros«s. rpfenials tfnd Rork nlanu my spmia! ty. Prices reasonable. Come and»e- Falf planting. J. E. JANSA. Sewnr en, N. J. -3 to 9-26V BUSINESS NOTICES ('. I.EI'PER-Furniture and piaiu moved anywhere with A-l equip nient slor» re reannnnble. 44 Am hov \vf..tel. Pcrtli Amhoy 2^iS HAIRDRESSER Finjrr-rwavp, 50c; 2-'.( ; tf*«tm«.nt, PAGE FIVB manicure, 25e; wat*, 50c; oi Henna rinst, 50«. «t WoodbrMt; ' H 2-'ii fnr appointments; alto cut at your hnme. W. I. Sir,, *>. 2 TRUrKINO. hicil OT long dhuaeet; two truck* tt your convenient*. Phone Wo«nlhr,dr«*3- John Thota- Oakland avenue, S*waren. 666 IUIi«Tfi a HtadacK* or N«ard ia ) 30 minut.t, ch.tkt CoM tfc» *rt»- i«y, anil check* Malaria is latn 666 alto in Tablet! Cn [] p Fire Gro"o» Given Meeting Place,,inl meeting of the Da-kon-ya ' v,,.pu Camp Fire groups was Wednesday afternoon at the,,f their guardian, Mrs. H. Sil Miii. This meeting was held,, Ihc ffift of a room in their uhit'li Mr. nnd Mrs. Silber. I,;IVC dedicated for use of the, :i,-,. groups. in were made to have a rum.,;,. SaHirdny, September 20,,'i-liick in the parish house. ; :, rd to hold the meetings of i.,, ptn fitoup on Wednesday i, iinh the Da-kon-ya u p [,];tv afternoon. A social hour '....,I when refreshments were «.inon'» Carnival Wa» Success At Ave;nel v\.\i;l, The Firemen's Carni- ],d on Saturday after a run. vin successful nights. Record, I niii- was made on Friday,,. litemen's Night, while 8at- -,- : IIIKM brought ir\, the greatest '..-mt of receipts. The silver Hint was awarded to the Iselin '-,.'r,,nipany for having the largpnoliuj-'of firemen present. The -,. inving i up * won-hy Hii> I..,I- Firi" Company members for vmir the neatest appearance. FIFTY YEARS FROM NOW ESSLERS Showing in 6 New Jersey Stores Boudoir Chair '3*5 FlRNITlUt LIVE is to plan" and the happiest plans to realize are those to make a home. ROESSLER'S furniture, in the new 93 styles are now in reading tdy'wos* who plan to redecorate a single room or furnish an entire home in the latest vogue, offering unique opportunities to obtain stylish and distinguished furniture at incomparable values. All-over Tapestry Living Room Suite 8 Months To Pay I v im. lifiy years frulu now some kin nf yours, ] <r s.i it is that thing called kin wi'liiri's,. iniil. uiiborn, with l^'h. your I.loud mid mime, ^ \Vi;l i-iiii.i- iilnng lids very street you ti-iicv your fiktt8t«ps with tlie Kindly thought Fi ;i i.iinlri'ii have, aye, If they meet nr not. knd uhrii yontli comeg to some old iii'ljdihor'd door A-i.ioVr whiit "we'll be remembered fur? <-rc will b* K-?(b-Oiiei«ft.whl us [i:iss in tell ilu> uile to eau^'hid and lass. Will men remember kindness, or revu.ll [)ur iiioni'j- nnd our little Imtes IB all! [ Luxurious and comfortable yet small enough to lit in a corner of any bedroom. Covered in a figured cretonne. * AXMIRSTERS REGULARLY $39.75 Settee-Choice of Chairs Tlie beauty of this Living Room Suite will delight you. Note the generous proportions, the handsome styling and comfort-giving qualities. The spring construction is guaranteed. Upholstered all over in attractive tapestry. A group that will make you proud of your home. Extra Chair $ Pieces Wf r \\ 0-Piece Dining Room " Suite * imiv misjudge us now, mlsurv dersluno, tliiif Is like A sieve, and sifts life's satul. Tin/ cn-iit tulnyg slmll remain, If K"nil or bad ;. *hull they learn about us, lass nnd lad? Bt Utilf inatters. yet I wonder liow fl'l.u world will like us fifty years from imw 7 if 930 -la* MR! II I I I I I I I I Sally O'Neil IHl'l I 4 I M I"H- 9x2 SIZE 27x54 THROW RUGS You'll want a hall a dozen o! these At many as you want., to the first comers., shop early. Reg. $ MONTHS TO PAY Regularly $69 This wonderful suite was made" to sell for $lttt). Each piece is massive built. Finished in walnut with ornamented panels. Includes a buffet, extension tnhle, server, china, 5 chairs and host's chair. Studio Couch Vi A Columbia picture»car. Beforf phe reached the silver screen sho W»i ^i6» Nooiun of Bayonne, N. J. With icr kinter, Molly O'D^y, iho l«now making personal app^arancm In th» att with the flrat t»lkln(j "8(»t»ri" picture to reach the tcretn. Simp'; UIL met Method In (ieiiiiur.t there Is a slot machine tor Bellini; insurance A traveler may abbuie himself for one or two dayi lor from 2% to VI lenta. When he Hoeheti lii» tu-i'ldi-nt policy, In the term of a t»-a. Hie apimrijtus reeelves ' luiprliit o( his thumb. JOB Printing Quick Scrrice X r *wuk-i*jti.mrtm Imp. Wt ttw«fi fuf «couch. A com Conijiletu wit" tin inntr spring muttrtss and three pillows. Covering extra heavy fabric. Exceptional value..7! 3-Pc. Bedroom Suite Dresser, Bed, Choice of Chest or Vanity Built of selected cabinet f A ^% C,alnut finish, with lighter M f b» piece Is hand-rubbed and «^ /, /\J to match is $iy?&- fci PIECES MAY BE BOUGHT 8EPARATKLY V/ X Bed... $9-75 Vanit y *5,l 3 Pieces Chest ' Dresser... $24.75 OPEN SATURDAY & MONDAY NIGHTS ROESSLER'S ELIZABETH 85 Broad St. N o r EAST JERSKY ST. AiMMilated with the PERTH AMBOY 68 Smith St. Cor. MADISON AVE. Stores In Ureatcr New York LIBERAL ALLOWANCE umxmtk-**. - ij_»ar*itii*f..v-v» KMMM*W *

10 ;«. - f AG SIX WOODBHIDCfS Rtp«Bif Hole * Cbam* Fatal to **«in Prison Gardens J..'"'",,.7, T- *,\ -,", ',-nrik «One Tree 6 Varieties of Fruit t :\-\ Y.I X I:t: ".f n-f '.»;,.,;, _. ' >U- (I* MYSTERY OF'SLA V BE SOLVED j ',^,«'s^"-ht.»: ' '^n i>»" Wreck M.T Be Ve! Lo.< Zl Ye»r» A^ti. m. Act TtL Sel Ii cttun I. i-.t't r«m HI.,',"*?! *:» lit «i wubv>>h a* He Utoe» OB Frcrfi RtB w. n: : t.' tb«? ttt-t. t v jirnttf* CTHE WHY of SUPERSTITIONS piper df.u; : :.f-f Jl;v'vc t: N ant is."!* -Jit iuk :'j ti:' trtnu : :, '.»»**w *.' - "^ C- -^* it 4 i ij»*.r a larn.: u~* OLKU t pr> o«-*;.t (>r flisltrcr ^i"; ':'' *"- tiit inqimai-i: T--t :» '» I ;,' tietiiu tut 6' '- t* ' -* v :"7 ":i >^! ' V! lit*' u: "T5TT Panties or Bloomers RAYON SILK Ordinarily 5Sk; 2Prs. Silk Stockings advertwed bargaiiu U at mcere a* tbe pictur* alt Wfcihinftw ir. tbe center of jrreeoback. Merchan i-m fonoeriv pn«<l w i»ffc a. SI.SO b ndw wrthm r*n,«of tbe doh*r bill *'nd»t'» ^cur freat cbce to H»e-~ REG. 3Sc PAIR VERY SPECIAL 4Prs.Sl.00 Men's Fancy 3ocks OrdiaariJy 2Sc Per Pair 6Prs.Sl.00 Pretty Percales ALL PATTERNS Ordinarily 29c Yd. 5 Yds. for $.00 REG. 59c WOVEN EXTRA FINE Silk Stockings 3 Prs. $00 Bedroom Slippers REGULARLY 49c 3 Prs. for $00 Unbleached Muslin atgular 5c YARD Yds. for $00, Many Other Items Priced Equally Low for the Special Occasion - WOODBRIDGE DOLLAR DAYS - September 6 and 8 VALUES MORRIS CHOPER'S BARGAIN STORE 8 Main St., Woodbridge. N.J. Untie O>e» A v-t;.»--. : --' s:.i '.'L:-;* i^-i. n^^aoj ^ Bring Results \ EE Box Set Mar rc*f WjmA. 45 worth much more Miles special feature BOYS' SHOES *K to ft 'M 0 Vil 4& tof A.m*ricc 98 GREATEST VALVES IN THE CITY 4ft.I4flt V /U >d» 32 SMITH STREET PERTH AMBOY -atertwl 5W».t, N»*ii 0 * OPtN EVENINGS ttmi,! OTT )7 N*«<xt *». UNION art 7M lirnidm AM. OtAMGt 2Mitai.lt fam*0m MBMiNHKH' WCNBMMX IJO «* ft. UIMIk l*mwlt YOU need this twin ^ insurance... PYROFAX WHEN you iniu.ll pyr; ix, you get al! the co=iit-r-. tiw 2i cltanliitss of ga&-;;.cr:r-j pjui an uniailibie I - -;?JT PjTofax it Qadt by a ur.:: D^ the oldes: aad Urgtit st;;- fictureri of compitued u' for cooking. Pytofw Ga«Service p:> ride* u steady a Sow c: gu at that enjoyed near gas rii.ra in the city. The Pyrcfii :r.- itallatioc, with in two ct_i. dert, bringi rwjc* the cer-.l-r-r^ of any other comprtite-d fit..' lor-cooking tyttem. Tirt't. no rental charge for cylir.itri. And now pritei ire '.-.-*rr than e»^- We are able '.<. u^ply instant service at zcb^zl- able reductions. INSTALLED WITH PYROFAX OUTFIT i<a '-tarnoka*** i PTROFAX CAS SALES * SEXV C > J. DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT THREE THINGS MAKE DINING ENJOYABLE. AN ATMOSPHERE RESTFUL AND PLEASING... FOOD DELICtOUSLY PREPARED..' AND SERVICE THAT ANTI CIPATES YOUR EVERY WISH ALL ARE TO BE ENJOYED AT Steak and Chop House if! ' i. k rr 757 St. George Ave. Woodbridge, N. J. SPECIAL DOLLAR DINNER C=H] WE CATER TO WEDDING BANQUETS AND 'SPECIAL PARTIES. TELEPHONE WOODBRIDGE 8-23»t FOR AR- RANGEMENTS.

11 SEPTEMBER 6 and 8 Handy Hardware For The Household Specially Reduced for Woodbridge Dollar Days. Home owners., builders, tradesmen make this store their headquarters for fine hardware. Practically everything in the hardware line can be found in our huge stock. Nationally advertised accessories for every use and every purpose are offered below Look over the many bargains listed and take ge of them! ^ ** ~ w ~ * Wiss Shears, regular $.30 Aluminum Coffee Pots, reg.! $.65 " Tea-pots " Pyrex " " " Aluminum Colandejcs " Bottle Cappers " Clothes Baskets * $ on DON'T MISS THE Kalkam Cold Water Paint, reg. 65c pkg. X -+ 2 for $.00 VALUES OFFERED Muresco "..." " reg. 65c pkg. IN WOODBRIDGE ^B, **" One quart cans Dutch Boy Liquid Lead regular $ Table Oil Cloth, white, colored, fancy designs 2 yds..00 Johnsons Floor Mops, $ Blue J, reversible Floor Mops, $.50 size. Q0 Shelf Oil Cloth 2 yds..00 l0 Everything You Need For The Home-Shop-Garage In The Hardware Line. See Us First! PYREX CUSTARD CUPS ^ cloz. $.00 FANCY ICED TEA GLASSES -d o z. $.00 FANCY TUMBLERS, ' d«z- $.00 DECORATED BOWLS, 5 TO SET,.,.,,...,... $.00 IMPORTED ENGLISH BLUE WILLOW WARE PITCHERS $.00 IMPORTED ENGLISH BLUE WILLOW WARE BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES 6 for $.00 IMPORTED ENGLISH BLUE WILLOW WARE DINNER 3 PLATES for S - 00 IMPORTED ENGLISH BLUE WILLOW WARE TEA POTS $.00 BROWN EARTHEN WARE CUSTARD CUPS. T..:: doz. $,00 FANCY WHITE DINNER PLATES 3 for $.00 GLASS REFRIGERATOR SETS I, $» 00 GORHAM SILVER POLISH, ' 3 japw for $.09 HEDGE SHEARS, REGULAR $ $00 POLISHED STEEL CLAW HAMMERS, REGULAR $35 $.00 LOUVER METAL WINDOW VENTILATORS 2 for $.00 TULIP DRINKING CUPS, 50c PKG 3 pkgs for $.00 KILL-SOOT FOR CLEANING CHIMNEYS, Reg. 5pc pkg. 3 pkgs $.00 HUMPHREYS 76 Main Street Tel. Woodbridge FLASH-LIGHT WITH SAFETY LOCK SWITCH $.00 WONDER WINDODW WASHER, REGULAR $.50 $.00 WIGGS-WATERLESS CLEANSER, LARGE SIZE $.00 8x30" RUBBER MATS, REGULAR $.75..: $.00 No. 7 BROOMS, FINE QUALITY $.00 COMBINETS IVORY ENAMELED...: $.00 FANCY JARDINEERS ; $.00 GREEN GLASS ICED TEA SETS, One Pitcher, 6 Glasses $.00 ALUMINUM GRIDDLES ; $.00 WHITE ENAMELED DISH PANS, OVAL., JH-00 WHITE ENAMELED DI$H PANS, ROUND $.00 WIRE WASTE BASKETS, COLORED, REGULAR $.35 $.00 LARGE SIZE GARBAGE CANS $.00 TWO-WAY ELECTRIC SOCKETS 3 for $.00 UNIVERSAL IRON CORD SETS FIT ANY IRON $.00 5" WINDOW, VENTILATORS $.00 RYAN Woodbridge, N. J.

12 Li SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES Fords Notes liaty at '.ti* BlH'.'tlllf O' V. -. < - V- Tt.< ati'j M'v. Hunt U't. Emira M' -">r und daufrhv if: M't John ' I B.'"V, darn.; Yuri: vit- M^t. Newi of All Woodbridge Ttnmahip in the Independent, the moct widely read paper in Woodbridfe -HOLDING OJJR OWN- Avend Wonwi'i Qub Avenel Parent Teacher'* A»soci*t»on Avenel Fire Cony>ajjy Avenel Fire Auxiliary Company Av«nel Campbell'* A»aociatioo Avenel Republican* and Avenel Democrat* GET BUSY ALL-...,..-,vi,-;<.i MM - :^'"' an ' J TJ;E:) 'ILIJ^I'I i have ait these thin^ and nv: WAIT and WAIT is.:', u::'-;. ut: tfte. yl.her «*("- trie tart 'ruii. pa.ri-i- and ii^ce than M.jrt A vent GET payt, more per capita wt )"'. and per. VET both of o. f dolfund for and "'Ui'iJ A careful uuc^-i^ ' ' l ' of Wwdbridf; "!"V " -.< tho* that Avwiti'jfHU le«:: proany i pyrtiwn to iu tar.t; than I othor cooioiunity :II Wood D:P:DEYOUNG PAY in rej W- AwmAM. i-.! i...;,.'nr U'I' 'L «u: Tt, Mr. eoicni' '\ :.. Har- H*.»*ftu trie anc Mrt p*. Foriit Church Choir fionon President At V airy k' F'-» J \ i r n * '.! > T H i * f'* (ran.^ uric singrng lu* rv*n TIP 7'h» un (rifts, K«'fre«..ticn:!»!" ( I" "a -r.'.t.r. tiai- reruiiei; r V <-t>? streel after et»y a' :.ne Ktat* '.-ar ; ff«wuf lm.ec ' t. MB* V ilium. i'erna -. icr, - Wecnem i! H* *Mi-t- K-t" M- nni; Mr;. tt&:ier<->"-' MB, l.«nn i IK" Wi^' -i. f'jbinfu'ic 'ii,, tiuw*, vtip Sunday anc ativeh it Hu ".e- ii-:n-«-.f ati( fun:..onp Mann jit :i!-nn uf--'-' L ni M'"Ii»- (if he? md fah."'v of A ti. ter tiome ir New ;' «ay after spe.nd;iif :.:i» M.r and Mrs. C'tie.^te' family. Mist HE rt.- :." witt. Mr and Mrs Cria'-iet S.eose.' utic Mr. and Mn Ernwl V.e- «;>*rnt *.ht week-etid and L*:»or i>a-y roou>r;njr kin.- Glenn K V.. Mr, tiifi Mn,. E. E Kayniond anc; family si»ei;t Sunday r^atng Mri L Parker, m Patkertown, K. J. Elizan Bnt' fstrv. "tt. M- T i : til* Party ri-ier M- BrK; Mr-. M; ant V> - M' Mic Mr Mm WOODBRIDGE. rifrnay \ ST. Frar.V Meflke". < anc Mi** Uii'iio were the t pita: n F.ii- MS» Beat'i'-f \asr Made, wmni averi-.f "rj- MnnQHV T ;..' *" f*""!- a nvor.'i V :H::»:tr her E:.IK narer.u at Tn>r'-\!i' " v :- rmit A.nnc Le*»>. Mr anc M-- W.liiarr (, Gorddr. sirtt'., ana M.: motored tc V Morion' Mr, anc Mn,,,I<.n Mr»nii Mrs Ha..!! Toil", (>* Ti'irt Har. Mr, and M- t!-. Mvt. "H;-- daaphter, sal y Sir. und M- L,'oriE McL atici uaughtere. E,e.an<>' and Miriarr.. aiicnded a cfc iif",'e;'erit:y ritid f>; the Demirrruti-...: cf Trenton. t" lt<»' tumi*,," nc i Mr. and Xj-i '!ir P f> A F. Raudoiph. t,f Kaijway srer-^ ''etbtifd Hnftday frdir a niotitr uy h' their cottage a-. Culvert Att r:^: em!it tjujnlf' WTK; nave Mr. and >!- t> (;d';ridfe a-- Audrey- Ber-, amijr \ K>i& ancl Ei:zatielh CiuFtr>. ^.^^j,^ "C ~iehse. Kn:.er; Ham-ocb.. Mi.'tr. anc.!an;«lu'.-c.t and Monasy from iiver.t Lake MrE. Maptie:nt Duvai returnee} ^IS!; Mondaj- fr'c»rt L *vt weeks' sta,y. at ; plarf Ocean Grove. speni i. enc a:i»b'c.-f "Th- Lac'. > G Hariri' P^: ir,. ATIT., O',. Ha"r- '. ) norm- Mt.nai.^ f> s:; W-U >]. BT,r M- : of Miifut Hr-«-«L ffl is- r ii'* 'rjc Nti^^r. t i^-rse i.f Muhieniwre- H Piainfieic. is spending ner- *" tr. her parentt. Mr and X Neh-on. of Valent:nt Piat-- Mr. and Mrs.. H E Is?-t>.ntr ' ; «(. week?' visit m Canada Trie; will spend one. veel: E'. t-udbu^- anc another at Toronti. vuitinr inena- Hlith Neison. of Vi:^r: haf returned hom*- f' ne the remmer m Pia:r.ft R Ijinae'. of Artmptot. ha^ ti lit li!»m» after ppenflpar: w«with Edward' M«*. -GoC^eV Bjomsot and MIB^ ' Mr. and Mr?.. TTuiia-r.' r-r«street. ^ Winifred B..!.-nj,'..r., of Lindec are- t)oungan Hills. '=.. I.'pen: T,-~ ' ;'hue, Bfwct tr.-( u'eei-erid and hull-' "'Mfc' Wrr: Thtrrrja^ Peter sot Mrs. " *."' *>enioe ((j a y aj "WilKts-BB"-t Pa ent;ne place..'.ome on Bur.! ",» after t n0r.tr.'. Ftiy a*. Mrt. :r Gfrt'T.. of Tisdaie.?0T - K-ot'en, Mirosesoti. tneir fonri<- r pi***. *eturriec linddesday froni a fen ^ imrs Ro>ert e*r recei-'jy -eri'.-»,-nyaer. "cf W t : trie past»e»-i: vis;; Mist Kent ;Snydt:, of two' -jreck't vis:: a: Seirpvn. R..' ^ Mrs. Idadtitint 'uvai jeft today! Mrs. W :liiatr. Osr>'>rr anc 2f_c:- lt. vibrt her aaupr.ter, Mrs Louis C*. tar - MiBF Kat Osborr. rf-r-rriec T-e- Schrtreder. at tht:r c-attapt at New ^ar from a mt.rjtr.'- stay at p< :rt Milford, Conr. Pleasant. l Mr;-. Le''T.. (if Bume: y.reet. hat Winifred Bj'.-rnson. of Lmden j Red Croat luues Call; ilkre home : y the aeatr. of avenue, spec: a week -witn her ther. :r. Pent: An-.ny. MR. COUKUI. Mtivir Keyec. oi Perth Amoac re'.ent.-y returned irom bov. Clothing Needed For Poor day ; - vjv wti her infant in ' A- call haf bet CroBf! for dolhl -he Oranpt nn ur^nv ; Mathev Hoiobao. Mise Margaret Hclobmn, lliaf Mari*- ting. 'A town;;.. Sunday wtn.o. '.' tae Arene. Pres-, y SB Catherine limit, of Brookljii. 'il' Mm J! T t0. riyienaji. '.-nur&i, v.. officially upen ; attended tht'trenton fair j-esterd'ay. ' r -'- -\ h ri ' r. u^? telepr.orit WOOG- B wet-t: frorri t:..; Sunday. A. E. " ' ; ' Tiagt'S-_2C;-«. S-.'i-.niid: wii: t.e :r charge. '' Mr. and Mr^. C. M. Liddlt and lh * clc #J"g ^~^"~ family, of Tiwiale piate. returned -~ f.'in-t.ai, Endeavor and pt-opi< oi Monday from a t\u weeks' stay at : : :.'.>:? n:et or Thursday ever.mp Sea Girt. i' : :* '-r-jr'.'h. EU-.-t'nn of -jgiver- " ' '. lft; ' '-ic Mn. G. A. Mi'Lauphhr. and son?., ; James and Thomas, and daughter, j Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Suchy and ; Almeda. returned from a ten day?' j daugiiter. Marion, motored to Crys-! motor trip to the White mountains. : g taj Cfc^e.. Pa., on Sunday. ; Canada and Niagara FalU. * ~ Aitiet Pomeroj.»f sjiendinjr tne w with hj^ Richard N, Mussen, of Lo? An- Herbert Nelson was a guest of A M Pomeroy anti peie-, Cal.. sfiedt the week-end at Mr. and Mr^. A, F. Randolph at the home of Rev and Mrs. Clair A. I their cotiage at Culvert Lake for Morrow, of Jansec avenue. the week-end and hchdav. I - Mr* K Lai,!-. and daughter ai.u rr ' K «T L»onato and Ti S'j'.-ie*.y met at thej_ MrE. Gertrude Brodhead and Mis- i»':ti Vort, '.' Her ri.'.iritri «-)'*: Ij : -"-^JfR rrmrh :?" -waf dif^' the stearpehijj ".Aquitania." from a y were teei>m- t.'u(>sed, trif-t*rf - r*-. another meeting- tour of Europe. 'ouatt and Mr.» &.- '.-aileo for tr..- Monday evening-. ' last two weeks I The Friday Auction Bridge clur : Mrs.. J E: S-ji-r,> motored to Sew j will hold il» first meetinf Septem-; ' Vori; or Monday where she visited! ber 2 at the home of Mre. William riuiiiiiii! ric nr some time of New 'ier mother. Mn, A. McLaughlin. with - rr.e HI Sunday after a :wo U!fr '. fturregation and :ommunity are SUIT with Mr. and Mr;, J invited to attend. 3 famil} at ana family ii.utt: und Richard.Siei^e^ returned UII Tuesday after ^peridmu tne weet witti j.neir grandmother, Mrs.. K. Catholic Daughter! To Sponsor Public Card Party MoComas in Linden avenue. r Voelker Mr. Chariet Longstreet and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Randolph will Frank Brtcka motored to Dingman't entertain over the wetk-end Mr. and j on Sunday and were accompanied Mrs. William Raup and family at Mr 'J«-tr3 Crophey and 'Mre.' n'offle ' b'f 'Tt^nk and l Jaei Brecka, their cottage at Cah-ert Lake. L. Si'iiunsar.er. of Brooklyn. who spent the summer there. lit jru»».- '_>; I'r^rsday 'J! Mr and The Woman's Foreign Missionary Mr> K ' fcerijannn. The topic for Rev, Clair A. Mor-societrows sermon on Sunday -will be meet Thursday afternoon at 2. of the Methodist church will! Miw Mary Blanche "Broken Cisterns.". Thus is Mr. o'clock at the home of Mrs.. Ed ; 3 aaujrhvtrr ui Kev. and jjr" < E*'j' Morrowi- third Sunday of preaching- Valentine in Tisdaie place. New York re-urn-d : " fttir hiii vacation. Tiw people of Mrt. Milton Sturdebant and children, of Newark, spent the week' end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Keyan, of Gedrjfe Street. (j. ForeeU. Braithewaite left on Monday for a businfcw> trip of a few day* in Scranton, Pa., and environs. Mn. Milton Sturdebant aiui chilt dreo, of Newark; Mr. and Bre. E. Hegan and Mrs. C. lteghd and (Uutfhtw. Dorothy, of Avenel, spent Saturday at Lake Hopafxong Crai* Senft wae in High Bridfc* on Friday where he nucccssfully took * te»t in life-wiving and was awarded awad t^u< ppin and emblem of a Junior Eed E Crow C Life S Saver. Ht out niort te«t Ut i then will attjiinud Mr. and Mrs. Chester Peck are spending their vacation at Capt Cod Mrs. E. H. Boynton and family have returned from spendme the fummei at their cottage at Lavaiette. in Elizagetii. The members of Court Mercedes Mrs. C. E. Brown, of Green z! 7<3!( C. I). A. htld their regular busiand ; ritbe meeting last ni^ht in Colum- ftreet, visiting at Ocean Grovt. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. V. h* You aukrhter*, Huth and.jean,, spent! p bian ban Hall. It was decided to hold a Mr?. C, B. Demarest is spending- g an'j tht holiday on a motor public card party on Monday, Septrip to Caj>e Mav aii'i tnrough Penn- tenibfr ]u, in the clui> house. Mrs. J her vacation at Blue Mountain Lakr ir the Adirondack mountains. ii M. Conole WBS appointed chjurnian.. Assisting her art: Mrs. J. B. Levi, Mr and Mrs. Burritt Bbynton Mr, and Mrt. F. E. Barth and Mrs. M. De Joy, Mrs. G. Fink, Mrs, j mb\. ed. 0 Mr. and Mr&. M.k-ha«i Langan, g Mr&. J. Etahurn.,<j C. Holmes returned on Saturday Mr*. E. Einhorn, Einhor, Miss Margaretg Miss Marion Breckenridge returned jfest^rday to her duties at after a week's eiay at Lavalette. ity, Mrs. Arthur Ernst, Mr*. M H. H Folejj, Mrs. T.! O'Brien, Mrs. C. Ronrond, the Merrill Farmer school in Detroit after ftpeadiag^jher vacation Mr and Mrt. Eirier Hanetm and Mrs. Th4mas Gerity, Miss Ros«Ger- Mr A.te! Haistec, ST., spent Sunday jty ity, Mrs, M J. J P. P Murphy, py, h Mr«. AA A itjj Let' parents, p*j Mr. and ri. J. at Poug-hkeepisit, N. Y., th* guest* Thompson, Mrs. M. P. Dunigan, Mrs. E. Breckenri fjf Mrn. Kp6t. i FVank Mayo, Miss Susie Murphy, Mrs. Thomas L«vi and Mrs. Alfred Mrs. J. JL Bfeekenridge, of Green Ooley. street, left yesterday Jon a bufiness Plans were made to hold a golf trip to Detroit. A tournament at Langan's course Thursday evening, September,. The Woodbridp^Sewaren Chapter Mrs. Arthur Ernst has charge of arrangements, Members will meet at first meetusf of the season, Monday, of the Rahway Hofpital will hold iu«tht golf course at 8 o'clock. Following the game, refreshments will be home of Mrs. Florence Tisdall. Kah- September 8, at 2:30 o'clock at the served at the club house. way avenue. All members art urged be prebent Tea will ht served. Port Reading Firemen Mib. Gerald Beekman and daughter, Jane, of Wilmington, N. C., To Hoia Annual Dane* Miss Ella O'Brien, of Fall River. Mass., and William Barrett, of Bal- have returned to their hornet Plan* have been completed for thetimore, annual dance of the Port Rfeading after visiting Mr«. F. W- O'Brien, Fire Company, which will be held of 482 Eahway avenue. at the School Auditorium, on West avenue, Port Heading, on Saturday' evening. September 3. Jack Loiak of Ea^eUnd his Radio orchestra have been T o ^ > trudged for the occasion., Several apeci-l features have been ouici-f l{et avfay with it. Mre. returned arranged «r Urn affair ami loving Maier mtia iw S,, LETS GET BUSY, ALL OF it, ThunMay aft«r it three months lups will )«awarded to the fire company having the largest n'jjnber US AND SEE IF WE CAN'T IN ttay in Germany.,Sh* was accompanied home by her mother who has uf members present, to the firt company coming the furthered distance, THE FUfUhE HOLD YOUR me here f for an W dwl "' y and for tie winners of a pnie waltz. OWN. The Udi.*' Aid Soeiety will hold The committee in charge o the it. openmc meetinf Vl U»e fall on dance is: Steve, Hutniek, Jrihn Tue-^Jay evening ninf at 8jl5 in the Sun-flutnk'k. Edward S»p«sie, Michael Knolnok, Thomas McNulty, Jame*,iay room* of the church. Toner D. McDonnell and Benjamin after a «m rn UMt* """S*!"-,, b d, y E»e Wrifht, of Haddonfield H. Please iu paper to ad «ertiwr»: it help* yaw. <t help* w* it Joseph Scully, William Dwyer, Joseph Halligan and WiH.ani Roberts have returned to their homes here after spending tht week end and holiday in Fall River. ' Mrs. Theodore Crouce and MIM. Georgianne Croutt, of Rowland place, and their gutbtc, Mr. and Mrt John Elgard, of Pittstown, and Theodorti Dilii. of JBabway, motored to Abbury Park, Monday. Mr. and Mn. Max-well Logun aad dao^hten, Ethel and Eleanor and Muss Elaine Logan, of Woodbridge. ' Mr. and Mr* H*rgt«PraU, *4 EBotnrcQ t0 A^eHtfy Sunday. Mr. au4' Mr», G#i*. of OBITUARIES Clarence R. We sioi'ilt L.I'U!' -' om- Mi- Jt- n»t- F tor ciotnmc ".:.'. rti'er. :' - % - '*- y families, ^r.v nnt r,av:nr '.T.-- :?. Michael Fmn Eleanor Frame *.;.V' Mrs. Helen M. Donohue :.- ;-:»r'.-r.. Ee* K. T.a:r:i-i'.,i,;[ W TOWNSHIP Walter H. Higgb H Hipr'Ti- rxiy "idftr. of Wo'.rjr. hrrt v-fi v*> year?. i.e r rt f "." r ai th R* er >t brief illness }..-vived tiv h brother. i wr A;- -.-: ar,r* Mr...:;:'icirt ra.'-vay a: Sewarer for snmi.:! '.FT- ( ' He iff* then five rear? a^ &. ;! '\F. chased &"-oao stand in Rt!,, I >-r.tia ever, at trrii'.'ri he conducive),,:, " b time Vf hip- <l«bth. He v&t J t cr n.lr> i>er of Ameriruf Lodge N' rv-!. &.A. M-. of Woodbridjre. an:, ;;. :....: Arnboy Ledire. No. 7K4. B.F.',;ti- &':? Trie fjnem! jernm were hei : ':n T--;n- nesday afternoon at 2 Hfi. M: t ' ir. I'M- Greiner funeral i,, v ; " Green ffrert. with the Hue:,. ;T T'T- ner ir cnarj-e. The ElkF' rt-j- ;';Bi'f Tuesday *i»pht at thi t -iapf The Interment vat -r r-'-*r. (ernetery, EiisaHetri 4 H-n-r and h'. '.vi ; senc f"r I..r.': an Vir.odmeri r.:pr.t ht tbt hou.'e. Card Partiet Held At Sewaren SE WAKEN A ;iar:y '"S Held at the Sewar' IILC Water '"iur> Saturde; T.'r Bnc Mr^ I ^~ I*ei»er * - and noh-ess. Thert were < :- ;iiay Thf r-jeftt -w-^re Wr L- '"' B. Ames... Vr anc M-. A'Jims. Mn, 0. C. W:RWI, Aciimy Mi ^^ Marirare! T^a'i-- F 'M Hai;. Mrv. L. J. Mi-- Fred Turner. Jr.. Mrs. F H (r. Mis? Jif,ephine Water' Adams. 'Mr and Mrs H. E j. Mr and Mr?.. F A. pj«rm-er v Frank Edpar. Mr. and Mr ST»eri l :.er. Mr, and Mrs^Merr:, > : Mr and Mr?,. A. W.?cf«- ajid^ Mrs. Frank Dngfac. X y.rr F" K. Hal!. Mr. and M- Mr arc Mr- J Taylor, V- Vir-,'vsfth Keickert. Sevjera. of the puefts w for h..'ohn> parish»-». - nt 28v afternfior at the Lane a" ' ter O-r... Mrs. F. J. Aaari^rtess. The prize winner- Mr,. r <!:ver Ames. Mrs F ^ er. Mrs.. M. White. Sir- I Mrt. A W. Scheldt, Mrt. fr.-. Mr -. Jack Bremminp. Mr- Van iderftine. Mr?. C M Kath Mr= M. Irv-.tie Iteniare?". a- H Knot;.. There were mary present. 'Woodbridce lndependf-r.t Our Word to the Wise is Sufficient Thousand? of ^ati 'fied purchasers prove this statement. ^ e are offering better \ ALLES than ever. 929 Baick 7-pass. Sedan $ Buick 4-pass. Crape 94S 929 Buick Sport Coupe 980 9^9 Buick 2-pass. Crape 950 J928 Buick 7-pass. Sedan Buick 5-pass. Coach Buick 7pass. Sedan Buick 5-pass. Sedan Buick 4-pass. Roadster 495 And a very good selection of other makes [ SOME AS L0W AS $50 ONION COUNTY BUICK CO. Used Car Department 329 North Broad Street, Elizabeth Emerson 2- f- ; f!

13 MOTOR THIEF AND POLICEMAN KILLED IN DUEL Op Cha*e«Man With Stolen Car and Both Die in RerdHrw Fig ht S' J.0K M». David McCain,,-i.ninn at Highlnnd, III., nnil nn niiiiiinbili' tlil«f sl'ot nnd klllml wh iii'r in n revolver fight recently on M.icrl Sinter hlptiwiiy No. 40, nenr, riiliontns. nbmit 45 miles enm <if,[ (. Mcl'nln, With two bullet wounds i'iir tlie hmrt, ijn In the Hl(thlnnil pltal. Bond county nuthorltler..und the imiily of the thief, shot :.rmiph the nhdomen, In a field near. scene of the shooting, T!if> shooting occurred nfter Uie ri.lcii cflr bud been crowded Into a ;. li. Chnrlei Eusley, twenty-year-old li^'hlnno youth, who hnd accntnimiiled 'luln ns driver, was nn ej-e-wltness. Alarm Rtliyed to Highland. The automobile had hem stolim In iiniulla, III., purller In the evening, '! Vnndiilia authorities hurt tele- :..ncil n ilmkrti.it Ion und the license Miiln'is hi the llund county atmi-lff liri'i'iivllle. The Greenville Hherlff. >,!! h:ni seen such a cnr puss through - iown, srnt the alnrm on to llij;h-.ii'il. in Sltidlson cimnty. McCiiin, alone on the night shift. MIPII un tensity for asrlstiince, und i- iwii men stnrted Hist on No. 40 at i. vi'n o'clock searching for the stol-. n cur. They were on the outskirts ii i'ncahontiip when the autotnotiile For ovpr twenty-fiv* year* LEON'S TRUE VALUES h»ve been the firnt consideration in every transaction with every customer! As a result, we have earned the confidence of the public. Simmon's Beauty- Rest Mattress the most perfect inner spring ' Mattress in Damask variety of Colors TRUE VALUE DAYS At LEON'S you will «lw»y. find TRUE VALUES every article at»dvertitad! No ex*k(erktiont, no misleading description each article w a» de»cribed. You are tare Shopping «t LEON'S. N e w Undersold. This unique plan ha* furnished thousands of happy homes for over a qu,rter of a century! Thru its use you hare the joy and pleasure of the furniture of your selection, while paying for it a tittle at a time. TRUE VALUE FOUR-PIECE 5EDUOOM SUTE The design and the richness of the selected walnut veneeiw of this suite produce a remarkable effect. This is a very rare opportunityto buy a really fine suite at a greatly reduced price. Bed, large dresser and chest and French vanity. Specially priced at ON FRIENDLY CREDIT NO EXTRA CHARGE TRTTF VALIE Just-Rest Reclining Chair Adjustable to three positions upholstered in Jacquard or Tapestry $39.75 TRUE VALUE TRIK \ AUK Fred About Four SHoU at Each Other. i-st'tl them wt'ht Imnnil. Eusluy.uiiiy Ills r;ir around ami <uraut?il dtr "in imlf u mile until tht stolen uiuo [i:..inl«left the concrete slnb und - " i H'd in tlie ditch..uronlliii! to Kusley, the driver.'iiiitn'ii out utul sturted into tin ticlil, si.ippini; uitiuiriltnrlly to lirt twn -Imv^ ut tlie pulifeinun's cur. l'ursu.il r:il yurds 'ftoift'lhe nmh,"-*h«f* tlie two men frrd iibiiut four shots at fiii-h other. Wontin It Sought. Kiisley, who was unarmed, remained ui the wheel of the automobile until the tiritin liud Slopped. Under a lirll liaiii mihin which made vision unusu ullv cleur, he winched the entire tighi and saw tlie nu'li fail. I'nyliiK no atti'iition to the unldentihetf man, he ht'lpi-d MuCuiu to Ills feet, assist*'i l.liu tu the nukmuohlle, nii- hurried to tt,t> Ml^liliind liotpnal. Autlmrliies are searching for a vvniiiiin who way driving au uulomohile whu-ti uppeuiedi to be following the stulfii CHI when It was recoj;iil7«l by McViiln mid l-:asley. AccordiiiK to Ens- Icy. Dos iii:tclifiie followwl the stolen car until It left the roud then continued west without stopping. Hoosier New Step- Saver Kitchen Cabinet Complete with fittings choice of colors TRUE VALUE TfiBEE-PIECE MOHAIR TAPESTRY SUITE In rich mohair or Tapeatry reversible spring-filled cushions in jaquard moquette, this 3-piece suite is a decidedly unusual value, with all the comfort, good lines and luxurious k {ft ^ g^ g^ fabrics of suites costing far rtiore. Settee, club chair and arm chair to harmonize. Advertised «P I ^ VI price ON FRIENDLY CREDIT NO EXTRA CHARGE Hoosier Breakfast Suites 5 Pieces in Hard Rock Maple Variety of ", S 33" TRUE VALUE Ohio Man Has Turkey With Four Drumstick* MilU-rshurg. Ohio. A turkey with f'ltir lei;s, horn on tlie Walter Uenmiou tiirni neui lieie two weeks ugo, t» still In inn iintl growiii)!, and appears not at all cuibaitassed by Its (our drum- Micks. The tinli with the. "spare" legs was "ii- thlrievuth liiirti In a setting of unit maii.v I'csa. The ORB did,not liat h until. rtlje shell was broken liy *i liirnihaild- ' Two of tt e legs are formed uuturaliv. The mlier l«ju lire Just back of the normal one* I The little tvllow walks around with its iwn natural legs In a perfectly conteliled inimiicr, HecinlliB not tlie least worried over the prospect of some day luiiilin^ In a aide show. Chicken Thief Dropi $50 in Farm Barn Hickory Flut, UlsB.- A coplly visit WHH intld by two thieves to th«dilik : entiiitiw «f K.. K. Marrett, mercliunt of ivirnrrsvllle. neui here. : The culprits took all of his t-hlckens ; but droppwl a wullet eomiiliitiik $50 In tlielr escilpe. Marrett B(l\ertiB«l tor the owuer but Ki'< no reply ] A Cl iflad Adv. WiU. [VULCANIZING AT THt RIGHT PRICE DON'T RUIN THAT TIRE A PERMANENT REPAIR IS AS CHEAP AS A TEM- PORARY. ONE BRING IT DOWN AND LET US FIX IT RIGHT. All Work Gu»r»»t J Englander Double Day-Bed Complete with spring and mattress opens up to a full size bed. $29.75 Open Saturday Night Until 0 ' TRUE VALUE i()-pc DINING ROOM SUITE / In walnut; ten-piece suite sensationally low priced! Note the interesting design of each 39 largi piece. Buffet, large extension table, china cabinet, serving table and 6 chairs, upholstered in jacquard. ON FRIENDLY CREDIT NO EXTRA CHARGE Smith St. Perth Amboy ^ALBERT ~f Smith St. Perth Amboy in Philco Radio Console without tubes others from $ Months to Pay FREE I DELIVERIES FRfcE BUS AND RAILROAD FARE 'I"''" 24 GRllSf STREET' u WOOD&RIDCE

14 Ludwigs Magnificent Furniture Store In Perth Amboy IT ri'rii "Tip ATimelyTip i : : air xl'.<.. F"" lell *e ' ^ :' J,rr m-r; W Y - if nil!! ni',, w r j Ti' : l., vjiy LOV/EST PRICE IN YEARS!.. on T! L i! :; Ml i- SLAFS HOTEL DIARY ' ' I,-, i sht Vlit:!!'b:mF ttlt Kl" ' LTIC. til* St'C Violet Lirnt - Xpci i j--<,-,-^m r f -.u- vv s-<. '.tit matches uir :>t '^oam: say Find. Remedy for Crime ^V^ ui, :.\,:.", >,,.., ^ i ^ l S ^ ^ " ^ ' : ;. - "! i " t ^!'.! -! :,. ;-. u i, i, i., rjni".!» <!-! iirfi i i in ' ii«iti: p i "''v ' ' " "t'.ii" -!i"llu'-l- ".I' '." '? : V'[: ; -'t hi '.. ' l I ' ;.:' (i'.i"uni"i': '" : i "!" ;i""uliii' ' ::u ', " v ; ' in x.'-it* : " Aat '"li".!.f r * Svnday It m^ rtinmc MKtav tw Uli? I.;I rjtp a N h tii j ' [' ' '" nit a hi. to ritf ' tiu". eest mt-'rinj'. ' v '- i'. if a pood thmr - "''* ( n y<" on "' *" ^ ""' ' i-' acrt. ff 'Ekrr if' «<".»»(«? * *: ' "''';,'' reautv and sht- jeiia^ -fry SJOW stl:, J,'.", "]'] M,. WAREHOUSE SALE OF PIANOS Genuine Bargains! Real Reductions! '"*"" WeioiMtWget the Warehouse Rent out of these Rams.. Must Sell Them At Once. Real Bargains In Player Pianos For an 88 Note Mahogany Player in wood condition $45 For an almost New Plaver $265 For a fine Player that once s-old.for S825 A.-'low a^ Down oni first payment. A^ low as $4.00 per month in payment; $5 IH$25 $75 For an Upright For a good*used For a wonderful flood enough to Upright for f vour bargain in an practice on. home. h ar- lii> as $2,00 per month. LT; *' " l Ti'M ttiat over n :\T.~, "hpi- ;UH",' ''' t: '''". ;<».(; tht silk vr^riti L u't nf Mui: I'frt^' ieavef and *r.». ;'i:t v.rms lu^'! -t' * * p,, fcned and spm :ri^ v.iii.. But '] sear. " ' ' * ' ] kinds stumped r.m wrikv I as" nin; i*v- ttiv u-^a,- ^ y g. ot ^j-t fiin tt> spin Vwai ( >» Li ' " '' m never aid anrw?: ret 'a till ' Teusday Ita iitji :: mf- [»u: today LI iht- iiiliet tai'i^- '.f-'ii: ratch ; ; ;.:T bcrom tht tab-it "' ;> wettfr!'f «'tf;i i ntest she tied yc.: ' "".!. : ' asnaintc; ' ' i- v 'iii' f'f VUJ- i^rff aint yi _ rt" i fjy.c j > < " : ' diadem say nuih:i.c : ". I :*; '. i." - X\>. tiik'j '.; iryed id pt\ :: v--;\t. >v :y runr HECKER'S, GOLD MEDAL or PILLSBURY'S 24 2 Ib. bag FLESCHMANN 5 YEAST BAKING POWDER DAVIS-.. 3^ 7c ROYAL.. *» 6C *«. 3c 2«. 22c = MEAT SPECIALS AT ALLA&P MARKETS Thursacv ic c nacy anc FANCY LONG ISLAND SPRING DUCKLING LEGS OF SPRING LAMB FILLET OF HADDOCK. r. 23c Scruraoy. 2 2 lb -.. Ib. FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES! FRESH GREEN PEAS ELBERTA PEACHES COOKING APPLES. Ib. ~ WEEK-END SPECIALS ~ + UNEEDA BAKERS..luzL^ CHOCOLATE SNAPS UNEEDA BISCUITS, basket 45c 23c 29c 25c 2«- 25< 4»» 25 C JINGLES, CHEESE Tit BUS.. REGULAR PRICE, 5C pkg MUELLERS MACARONI, SPAGHEni and NOODLES 2 9c GRANDMOTHER'S BREAD 20 ci ^ 5MAL. ^CAr JACK FROST GRANULATE: SUGAR 5-LB. COTTON SACK ASMILKIUGM, CARTONS J SUNNYFIELD PRINT BUTTER... at the' SAME PRICE AS TUB BUTTERI Cjt \r four '.«pounc inciviauaiiy 47 seaiec in one IE giciec ccrtop.t CIGARETTES LUCKY STRIKES ~ CAMELS $-9 NUCOA 9c PALMOLIVE CHESTERFIELDS A M TINS OF 50 S 5 NEW REGULAR PRICES * Choice Del Monte APRICOTS ^eo con 9c Igst. can75«this is. a real opportunity to save a lot of money on the purchase of a stored piano. Maiy of these pianos were purchased by good people, who unfortunately couldn't keep up the payments. Sab Take* Place BeginJttin«SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEI^ith, 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. BORUP'S WAREHOUSE 340 New Brunswick Ave. Perth Amboy WtLBEFTS AMMONIA (P%rmatuJ ^phe woman who buys "* at A*F stores learns the pnnaplo of aouod thrift... whether ftbo needs to save or merely ta wise enough to ffw bv man*?'* nook. Tlw GREAT Thar principle i* to mitt «ure of the beat at the Jowecr cos<. 9c FRUIT SALAD ^ c Qtl23 c lgit. Can35c CHERRIES «rr can 9c men. con 25c Igst.con 35c PEARS men. can 9 Jo«. can 29c PRUNES.. 2ib,pkfl.25c FRESH PRUNES ' ig*fca»9c PINEAPPLE WIATED or SHOD mwl cap 23c 'T sue. l9*t.cpn2jc YELLOW CLING PEACHES lqrf:cc2lc SLICED PEACHES.. 2 MLCOM 25t CROSBY CORN Sfii NACH Md.ca.7c PACIFIC CQMPAMY^-

15 INDBPENDIHT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER NOW! SAVE OF YOUR COAL BILLS PHONE WOODBRIDGE 8-56 The problem of getting efficiency from & furnace i» nc>w solved. THE SUPETTSUCTTON MACHINE and TTTCT NEW SYSTEM clean* quickly and»afely Reduces the cost to a minimum. Act now to eliminate your furnace trouble!.. yatl CANNOT AtTORD NOT TO HAVE IT DONE." FRANK BRECKA 7 PARK AVENUE AVENEL, N. J. "WE REPAIR ALL KINDS OF FURNACES" WOODBRI D~G~E NEW YORK CANDY KITCHEN Manufacturers and Dealers in Strictly Pur* CANDIES AND ICE CREAM t. Woodbridge. Tel. 43 GUSTAV BLAUM, Groceries and Provision* 6f, Main St. Tel Woodbridge For DAY and NIGHT SERVICE "SPECS" TAXI PHONE WOODBRIDGE Two Car Service Power of Tradition TiMiij.iiii I- «,i;,i ki'tys us A I'luvniii'licr ii rnwrii'ii-lier it lit] ii fruit ]:ir ;> fruit Jiir. \rl;:iiwii'i (Snyt'tte. Here's Instant Relief From Bunion Pains and Soft Corns AetnallT Rednces the Swelling Soft Conn Drr Right Up and Can Bi Picked Off Get II two-ounce bottle of Moone's Emerald Oil I full strength) today. Erery well-stocked druggist has this, and it will reduce the inflammation, soreness, and pain much quicker than inv remedy yon ever used. Your bunions may be so swollen and inflamed that you think you can't go another itep. Your shoes may feel as if they are cutting tight into theflesh. You feel sick all over with the pain and torture and pray for quick relief. What's to be done? Two or three applications of Moons'* Knartld OH and in fifteen minum «L the pain and soreness disappears. A few more applications at regular intemuand the twelling reduces. And as for soft corns, a few applica lions etch night at bed time and they just teem to shrivel right up and scale off. DruggisU guarantee Moone's Emerald Oil to end your foot uoublw or money back. 00 Sell the Complete ine of Johns -Manville Shingles 4 otsphau mnd dsbestos C. E. BOIN COMPANY 567 I W.. I. A«. CAKTERET. N. J. Tel. ("iirteret 8-r,r>'.t BROADCLOTH Boys' School Suits BLOUSES WITH TIE. ENGLISH TWEED OR SERGE SHORTS. SIZES 3 TO 0. WERE MADE TO SELL AT 5Oc TO $.00 MORE ON EACH SUIT. $.88 Rayon Panties rs taadt OF NON-RUN MATERIAL. Sizes 4 to 2 THESE 39c GARMENTS ARE BEING SOLD REGULARLY FOR 4«c AND 58c EACH. Tin* Children** Corner *»»m«mv IHL GARDLN FOLK HAVfc PICTURES TAKEN (A Story for Ytur Crayons.)! The t'lirmts. the lettuce, the beans and j ttie peas, Al tinme In the wrden so gay. Were talklnc together. wh«n BL. Car j nil said.! "I've s plnn for tltls o^utlftil day j 'Now hnven't.von noticed. Mitt Let i nice and t.imr stiinnliik innelher Bttrtryon 'i'nr Jtni. Tomntn. with rolrtr < i yom best, too \VP should all linve nut phi>tn mii>h«hiken. think While we're at our mckt heantlfm heat." Snlri ruling Resale Renn with thp iih nf n queen. "I'll tip sure to he stylishly dressed "III went my (jrwii frnrk and on\ slippers of )iid<!. And my Vint stimll he dainty nnri trim. I'm Kbit I'm not fnl If I do snj It myself. It's MIP fiishlun. they say to he Him." Hudlsh and tlndrty. Ms fnl llrtle hoy. Thouuht the pliin would he certain ly fun. Twill he a tine picture. f<w "here ynil tijld fnthet and snnt' All About Love Keally love a IHTSOII unil you in so ouchl up and mvay truiii self th«in a sense y«m art' Unit person. Won nil's llotlip Brother and Sister SUITS and DRESSES WITH PANTS FOR THE BOY, A LITTLE SKIRT FOR THE GIRL. MADE OF FINELY KNIT SOFT JERSEY IN SEVERAL SHADES. Sizes 2 to (i $.48-$. Boys' Broadcloth Blouses I'linipiinlim. IN SOLID SHADES INCLUDING WHn ALSO DIFFERENT PAT- TERNS BUTTON-ON OR PLAIN. 69c to $.39 Please mention this papar when from advertiser*. i A PICTURE PUZZLE Find th» roilnwinir Ruth'. «w«i l»» Anil " ulr " "«.< «" l» l o t Then iviet I'otHto hl» solemn eye* ] Now rry to look plenssnt. m> n denrs." Aud snlcl, " apprnvp nt this iilnn Tis my doty. I «««to :nke i-linrirp of this thlnr So I'll send for trie rnmern man.' Then Mrs Green I'enpiHl In fluttet ot fear (She alwaji w nemms and ahy). I'nseri thl» w«y unr! thnt nnd retllted her tint. And arranged v\ir\ over onf eye. The fllrhty green onlun? were trem hllnit with dread And as twnal were si Ten to tears Til Momma Tomnto said. Tome, here's the mnn lmpo»ibl* Talk You can't blame u wnmnn for feel- Ing her hnaliand Is unrcaaonahle when he Insists on her loving lilm as he does himself. That's one thine a woman can't do even with a hiiirpin. Clnplnnntl KnijulniT, SCHOOL OPENING 0 they all sat and looked at the little blui-k hole, When the enmerii mnn said. "Lotik' the plrtrire I* good we will send II flwdj.. Fot n pntce In a picture Book." Anrt stirs enough, here on the page t!u>> stand. Do you think the; were plmifji with the slchfi They cried out In anger, the; train bled with rage,' Such treatment the; said wsi not right "Where are oar dresses of scarlet and green. And where are our colors so gayi' And Peter Potato looked Solemn sad stern. And said he would write right awaj No decent potato would wear black and white I Such carrots had never Deen Mao I And Mrs. Tomato <nst looked Ukt s fright. And who ever heard ol a bean So pale and anemlct The radishes. too,. Should be Just as red as a rose 'Oh. Editor Hear. BSk the children we pray. To give us our Beautiful dotnes' So children get busy, yont trlend* are distressed. And paint them as bright as you ** 'can. Perhaps once again. In their bright colon dressed, They'll forgive the poor camera *~ man. Alice UHIHD Meyer Heart's "Pacemaker" There H II small mass of tissue in the human heart- which'is called tliu pacemaker. In this th» heat of the heart has Its origin. It waa discovered In V.KKi by Mr. 't'uivaru, a Japanesp medical Btndent. You can dress up your boy or girl at a con siderable saving.. You can select their things to wear from full stocks just received. LOOK AT THESE LOW PRICES! J For Friday and Saturday Only! FRENCH FLANNEL BERETS SMALL AND LARGE IN ALL LEADING SHADES 69c BOYS' GOLF SOCKS WITH PLAIDS JUST UKE DAD WEARS! FORMER PRICE, 49c SIZES 8 TO ioy 2. SALE PRICE 38c Pair GIRLS' SKIRTS MADE OF GOOD QUAUTY SERGE, SIZES 42 $.25 - $.49 LOBELS KIDDIE SHOP 33 Smith Street PERTH AMBOY, N. J. * "Q*«Mity Merchandise At Low&r Prices" * School Shoes! -*-*nd a Pencil Box FREE with every pair arc delighted with the special attention we give to the proper fitting of their children's feet. Ask about Dr. Poin*r i Sdmtific Show CHARLES SOMMERS, Muagw 64 Sinith St., Perth Amboy to Public Service I 07fcl ERIC How One Woman Lost. 20 Pounds of Fat Lost Her Double Olin Loot'tier Prominent Hips Lost Her S l L h M Gained Phyaieal Vigor Vlv«iou«nni» Shapely Tf yon're fat rrmovr lhf cam*! i Naiiw %l*n that you ban gaioeq KRUS(;HEN SALTS contain the in rncrryaynur skin is cleww your ail mineral salts vmir body nrrafls, \ eye, S[)wkle\with glvriout health you glands and nervra must hive to Junelion properly. "KRtiSC'.ilKN V'H «'ny f«person f^i ymingrrlji body keener in min.l. When your vital nrpans fail to per Iomlh»workrarTe«lyy ; f ^ ^, ( k l y r h o w «and kidneys cant throw nil that want* n,»terial-l»hnr«. yo,. re.l,«..-you're flrst " )llle domn ' convince y««this growing hideously hi! ls Trv half ajeaspoonful of KIU'SCHEN SAtTS in a plasn ot hot water every morning in three weeks get on the smlrs anil note huw many nounds t>f lat have vanished. r. rasiesi, sales!»nd «urest w»y io <»< > ("' if don't f«l a superb i improvement in liralth mi gloriously ' rnerrrtic vipormmly alive your! pmnev uluilly rrturn'" Girls' Wash Dresses GIRLS' WASH FROCKS WITH BLOOMERS OR PANTIES TO MATCH. ALL NEW PATTERNS AND PRINTS IN A VARIETY OF STYLES. YOU WILL WANT A FEW OF THESE. SIZES 7 TO 4. $.00 - $.88 BOYS' 0. K. KNICKERS AND SHORTS ENGLISH TWEEDS, SERGES AND CHEVIOTS. WELL TAILORED AND UNED WITH ELASTIC TOP AND CUFF MADE TO GIVE THE UTMOST IN WEAR. IN THE NEWEST PRINTS. SIZES 2 TO 6. TO $.48 GIRLS' REGULATION MIDDIES WITfl PETER PAN OR SAILOR COLLARS. THESE ARE REGU- LARLY SOLD AT 98c EACH. 89c SIZES 6 TO 4

16 PAGE JOIN THE MILLIONS WHO SAVE at SEARS ROEBUCK i.q,:it" : jrr* w;tr.:i.* '» writ:, '.tn,,, i-» i: v:' nt:lt prfvni" trt.fi'' ' > " ".ri' '.ET sty _;., < :... :;;:, LIK - CU " ;nt i«-u«;*-.*:jii I;TW «ir.f nr'vufcft u-r"" I'.TI''. >: am TWitx^r- aamup' * ^nif^frjun. " muh't rich, " u.'.:iji : r "it "iiiiiei"!!* turn' ' \ ^h' "-tow vmtii' ar: j»r< <v Kie* *<>! : > furui*: nrc-'ia^jl -.I.;.: Low Prices for Telechron Clocks 7 fif Lv.'.t.'nn:! v.cc! 'x T jaor. ~:i:n: 6suti i: or * 0-25 i/ purmfnt ih 4ivi into ten part* '-':;: tt ".at :-und:a": tha*. rtcorc:- oi.':y me sunny hours, Tdtdiroi: LiocK.s accurs'.tjv record even" hour, min - utt and begone. The Teiediror; ciock. ketdt time ot any eiecmc outlet aad re- 3u:ret no windmt:, oiimg or of i - 't»i>«-a'. taw rwant "F' ' tin / vtwr '.m-.ist.; vj.rxa 7ii«YOCLL UKL TRADING.47 DIRECT SAVING About Furniture Prices E.ni:if"-.urn'. r">rr_-r.it- - TI.=, L iijjtte- '.tit- Tn* usuc:.urn; fcilc: ". r.a:- ehrr.inati'; TtHT* HJ» nee;! -r;:iutr: v«-n!'jjt: mod pitnetit tnmc ir xtn wqrwl," «vyi (ronjcs. I'ene ' u a- nc maid rttcndmg a iectur«or -,nt o. voroc evil.", Cnl" meou-oti tin; paper to w»- vt-rtiiwi ; it heipe yo^. r. at;pt Lhen: :; beipe yonr pamr. We mention prices in tome of our ads, just because it is the custom to do so. For your information, however, prices mean little in an ad, unless you actually see the article priced in the store that is adrertisinc it. A good artist can make a drawing of a cheaply made article, make that article look worth much more than it is priced at On the other hand, a poor artist may make a good article appear as being worth much less than it really is worth, and should be priced a t In all modestv, and bimplv to record the factb we claim that in Direct Savingfe you will never be misled by the appearance of any article shown at any price, without the article actually being worth thai price and usually worth more! If you will include our store in your shopping around (coming here last) you will find out just how true this statement is. IRECT SAVIHQ D! H»g ELIMINATE THE HETAIL STORES OVBRHEA.D* FURNITURE CO. ^P HAr^WAX NJ. Op«Evemugs Until 0 P. M. NtXT TO t-kanujh \ i You'll Ha\>e Barrels oi Fun with Th^M Croquet Sets r- $.69 it this «un>merl Smictinc at croauei baih. Our et is one vouil nptrro*t. hard maptf balls... striped tad comttc with wcad»- er-proof vuuuh' R-incfc maiiet oexds wirii beaded haadtes! Two itnpeti K^es... tterrr wire arcbesl Book of inks, too: ICY-HOT VACUUM BOTTLES o _ Heavy Metal Case. Enameled in p mt 5^e X/f* Green. Pebbled Finish. v/ w REUABLE ONE-DAY ALARM GLOCKS Nickel Plated. Long Steady Alarm. TRY TO EQUAL IT Men's Sturdy Oak Blue Denim Overall* Denitti Triple Stitched. MEN'S UNION SUITS Made of Pin Check Nainsook. Full Cut. W ortn 5vc 79c 89c 39c MEN'S DRESS TROUSERS Made of Excellent Cassimere. Worth Doable $2.45 A Pair MEN'S WORK SHOES Known as the Worker's Special Full Grain Leather Sole. With Compo Outer Sole. $2.98 A Pair ' CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES Flexible Stitch Down Construction $.50 A Pair RIM TOOLS No Rim Too Old or Rusty For Thu Tool. Off and On in a Jiffy. $.8 HERE'S A SPECIAL Can Simonez Polish Can Simonez Kleener Package Cleaning Cloth STRAW SEAT COVERS For Your Autoreabile. Cool and Sanitary Closinc Them Out at VANADIUM STEEL HAMMERS b. Weight T«m>erc<l" NoavSJip Claw. Extra Hud TempenkL Special at ALL POR 93c 69c EacM 79c Each FULTON HAND AND RIP SAWS Good Quality Crucible Steel. Elsewhere $ 75. Our Price. _ 98c TOOL BOXES, Extra Heavy With Handle mmi Lode. Colors, Blue and Red. 98c 5PLC:^L VAL'w'L ACME LAWN MOWERS 4 Cutting BUdes ~TK ^ane is inetmiii neanue of Ji ii tmili fmroy tnc :ici fw a-m. open ww*ii i rfhci ton -nd aie iwei. Anr»at»e»» fcnuaeo it. tiri^tn ftow «nd red. V«rnubed tun die. Ai price. FREE WHILE THEY bast BAMBOO RAK.E AND GRASS CATCHER wrth LAWN MOWER. A SiOOO Value for, $6.95 A Big Value in Gas Ranges Por«#ain Enameled. Good Sized Oren - Broiler and Drawer. Were $ Closing Them Out *t $29.50 CLEARANCE SALE OF VACUUM CLEANERS EN RGEX ENERGEX VACUUM CLEANER <M Q CA Complete With Attachment*, CHALLENGE VACUUM CLEANER A Serviceable Low Cost Cleaner. $5.50 NEW IMPROVED SELF-WRINGING MOP With Removable Head. 75c Each ALUMUNUM DOUBLE BOILERS '- «qtt. Fluted Side*. Veiy Special at 45c Each ALUMINUM SAUCE PAN SETS 3 in Set. Reliable Goodt. 0 Qt. ALUMINUM DISH PAN Heavy Quality. A Set 55c 59c Each WALDORF TOILET TISSUE 650 Sheet, in Roll. Special Thu Week 5 Rolb for 25c jb. BATTERIES ' 45 Volt. For Your Radio 99c Each CONGOLEUM MATS Size 6x36 Heavy Quality. Cleaning Them Up,At. :. 25c Each GRASS RUGS?.-^?^.^*t "^ ^eet Long. BLANKETS Soft fad Flff Lar^e. BEACON" CRIB BLANKETS S«e 30*40 inches. Colors: Pmk and Li-nt Blue. SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COt bcure HMTI; D*I!> 6.SO to i:30 Sal. 0 U»»:3A RETAIL STORE HOBART STREET PERTH AMBOY OR-YOUR 75c Each 95c Each 57c Each Ttilepfaone PBBTH AMBOY SS80

17 tndwkndrntl' FRTDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. uuuuu ' U SPECIAL FOR DOLLAR DAYS Book of Ten Soda Tickets Ordinarily Worth $.50 s.00 These Books Will Be Sold Only on Woodbridge Dollar Days - September 6 and 8. GOOD ANYTIME! Get Yours Now! Don't Miss This Rare (Treat! NEW YORK CANDY KITCHEN 56 Main Street.,Woodbridge Telephone, Woodbridge I>nviii Manner- ;:; '.Imivni-v'- End". M h«featured ai rh«- Rahway Thea-, trp Sunday arni > >n*i, i\ "Journey s End" at Rahway Theatre Swivel-chair militarists and other preacher* of the Rlory of war at n safe distance have added no huzzas t.r> the general applause heaped upon R. (.'. SherrifT'? unflinching drama. ".Journey's End," which is coming to the Rahway Theater the 7th and Kth. This silence, of course. H by no means puzzling. For the warfare depicted in "Journey's! End" is unromantie, dismal, nerveshattenne. It is warfare stripped of chromatic and gaudy trappings, the scene an officer'^ dugout in the front line, the characters a group <>f singularly untheatrical fighting men. sick of the whole business, iml. unstrung, depressed one of Colin ('live. Tharl' way Theatre fetiture i'. nilir. ;m them an nut-and-nut <' ing over lu.«collection.; cards. : ry This sort of thing, g naturally enough, does not appeal t,, amateur strategists who calmly g<> > n picturing war to themselves a< an affair nf bands and field music neat uniforms, smart close-order drill, and week-end gallantry. The play is cruelly unkind to their dreams But it doe-; cnnvey some approach to the truth, the tragic futility "t armed i-nntlict in an age of airplanes, improved explosives, and poi^n, iras, the futility even of the ^.mir '.vv rail heroism. \V,i c h i!i g a pert-!t-.;u;i-» ot Mon.i.v,, S'rt' ijfiiwy - F.n-'' wii! hiini ; \ niak.' j'dunit nini rnami'ttfd -i: T.V pr<>ffssmn i>f arms. Hu; ii may eompel th^m t'i think ;i littli> uh.vu'. the p<»<- 'ibility nf future war^ and thv necessity for minimizing the ilan(ter of another conflagration such a? that touched off in thf sumnif-r of!u4 In- thf assassination.>f ihe Archduke Prnnz Ferdinand. For '.he, play is. by virtue nf ;t- reali-i:;.,i work t" -Mr the must slugjrish mind. (itrorep Bernard Shaw -ay- -I'liiiwhere that we never av,uuily heiiev.- m anything 'ir.*'! we --e.- ;: ''.Imir neyv f>wl" fivf 'h - jilavtr^fy ;tn nrwriwri:'-: ' -! i m d c r '! vvartar'- NEW JERSEY TV«Urgwtt... finart. moif mod*ra«ha+vl vn thia oopuiar «- k >«tk«ci iiland. jurt (Hp 'rom the joardyaht and all amut*- nwrh. Two nundrto ipacioui... airy oo.tt*.. mot* o< which overlook th* «c«<n... finatt o< pri»att facifrh*!. irvt^fiiolhar. i*rvic«... ipwndid {«^.. daimily pr»p*r»d. SUPPER DANCING DAILY In a Magnificent Grill GOLF PRIVILEGES MODERATE RATES WRITE FOR BOOKLET lanm Uaton May until Octobw r lassified Ads Bring Results CHRISTENSEN^S SATURDAY and MONDAY Come and see our Bargains; do not phone LAST TIMES TODAY Norma Rod La in "LET US SHEARER ROCQUE in BEXAY'; W i t h MARIE PRESSLER Md HEDDA HOPPER SAT.--ONE DAY ONLY JOHN GILBERT In "Redemption" ' With j ELEANOR BOARDMAN! and CONRAD NAGEL SUN. - MON.--Sept BIG ATTRACTIONS^ With MAT MOORE DOROTHY REVIER All Talking No Flag Waving No Mock Heroics No Hlmn of Hate ;-' ;i drama of the hearts and -i.ji- u* men doomed to reach ;.uir journey's end too?oon. From the Play by R. l"..sher- RKF Directed by JAMES WHALE with TOLIN ("LIVE ana Marling C^ast. TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY Sept. 9-0 "SINS OF THE CHILDREN" With LOUIS MANN - LEILA HYAMS Sept.. 2-Gary Cooper i. "A Man From Wyo _ Foi k, 7 2*0 2 DAYS ONLY 2 SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT SAT. SUN. Sept. 6-7 BIG AS THE HEART OF HUMANITY! 'THE PRIMROSE PATH" With HELEN FOSTER - MARY CARR You Owe H To Your^lf To See ThU Picture RABINOWITZ HARDWARE "If It's Hardware, We Have It!" Full line of HARDWARE. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES HOUSE FURNISHINGS Roosevelt Avenue CARTSET, N. i. Tel. GuUm *tf32 Boy's Khaki and Grey Knickers $.00 Value -- 2 Kaynee Shirts Special Lot $.00 value 2 for Boys' Blouses Special Lot $.00 value 2 for Boys Linen Knickers BROKEN LOT $.65 Value ' v ^ _ i Boy's Slip-On Sweaters $.50 Value Boy's Wash Suits SPECIAL TWO SUITS In high hopes of defending the* yesr, while Casson was runner-u # g\r\ \j\j British Slips prons 2for Chenile Bath Rugs Two Dozen O.N.T. Spool Cotton I Big Special for School Wear tteavy Suntan Sneaks $.50 Value $.50 Value Men's Silk Ties Men's Fancy Wool Golf Hose Men's Broadcloth Shirts All Colors Men's Hose All Colors Good Quality 5 pair for Men's White Handkerchiefs Dish I 2 Dozen for i 0 for Sheets 8x90 Spedai Pillow Cases - full sizes 4 for i Men's Shoes $6.00 I '$.00 S ' offfcc Fruit of Loom Muslin 5 yards Punjab Percales 5 yards Voiles and Dimities * 3 yards Prints "Year Round" Fabric 3 yards Kiddie Cloth 5 yards Kalburnie Gingham 5 yards Fancy Cretonne 39c value 3 yard* 29q value Fancy Cretonne * 4 yard* I Fancy and Plain Curtain Scrim 39c Value 3 yard* n Turkish Towels Women's^ Full Fashioned Sheer SUk Hose $.25 value 5 for i C CHRISTENSEN & BRO. Woodbndge Main Street

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Ltaiii if (I«!:IK*W uur IDT Offreiaw t *'H;(J-UUI u "Nt' mill EmiiK: "wt UB«ei:'' auc p-ucui.-t- '.lit iru: y prea*. r^sbuivl tii*: iiuvt o-(te-» tn-» um* Mi* tnirn A'titiui- HI^LI ai um-i i»«i'" :!iui ' er V tf ync dnr" Inif irnt *u- ui vt'l uwer a-t wvuf uk'-'ompiieabc" Wist KBJ S""" V " V.'»"t:sirr.' wor^ tliu: tn*- t<)*«i«l tl Tilt TneL nifld:nt ti* " riinf -it* "tit Bhwrif -~.it :-MH!IFIVII"» ' &llt»'«' V* e w uuurt niiiuii'**c t:ih tiiinij- i'.ii r --.n* uf """> i-.'. ion. till it ' JIU" II CrtMl'p*. "8 you V* gin E*)!i*'<'?L *ll» " Uf!" OUi'T'J t U«a B! -' eupf <U> Ciiiui.. THH t'.nil» «u,, taiv mimec n* ni»"f- v **^ -nlut Tw me ilii'.-nur ij^t :;^' rll *i r*tt ^tf anc *"H"*H. "Tut.Ctimjitrulier or - 'JUTTBBI;- V IU l : i ' ' ui^t'^ini'.bl iu- tiit u-it of *-JI.,,,t mm m' m* nu? w-.-t*-r i**-l ".im- uu'.irr.,-i.. uuult in- "Ht : -O'.'wt 'MiiiU"*-!. ' guic 0 al uniir.'l mji.l.iiif jj'.-i^'ert viiuit '*-' ""^"' ^i"-* n* UI*^L P. i\l"-t ""*;: L-t:L :l tlit Jlttt 'y tlllf IllB-t. 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19 RIDGE INDEPENDENT FRITUY. SEPfBMBEft R, News of the World Told in Pictures Sons of Princess Mary Napoleonic Headquarters Meets Waterloo trying to Control Hay Fever WATERLOO. PKIfiTHM The. historic headquarters at Waterloo, where Napoleon met his law at the hands of Wellington and Eluecher, during the fire which destroyed thp place. It was in this ho.use In Belli: Alliance in 85 that Napoleon gave up the fight and went to St. Helena. LONDON Two of King George's Krandchlldren, Viscount George H Hubert Lascelles, left, seven years old. ami his brother. Honorable fit-raid David Lascelles. They are the children of Princess Mary. Musical Dressing Room The Weather Bureau at WashiiiKton is hoi'ln;: W ciuitrol n»y fever This Ls being done through a series ot experiments with a private chemical company The reams ot pollen is taken by the exposure of ((lass slidw coated with petrolatum. The pn'lcn seeds adhere to the gieurd glow and arc counted under a microscope. After Junior Championship Charles Roiiers. Paramount star, has the only musical dressing room in Hollywood. Rogers has a piano. nrran. accordion, trombone, drums and a saxophone in his suit* of two rooms. BROOKLINE, MASS. Two outstanding stars in the tennis world caught In an odd moment by the cameraman on the sidelines at the Longwood. courts here, Betty Nuthall, Britain's leading net ace, and Bill Tilden, veteran United States Davis Cup player. Tins is noiie other than Piene Etohcbaster. the world's professional tennis champion, In a raniarkable mak.e-up as Charlie, Chaplin, which won the first prize at the carnrrai ball held in mid-atlantic on the Cv : narder Scythla. Mlzs Phyllii Sargent of Hartlord, Conn.. IK se^n practicing lor thf Junior events at Camp Perrj, 0 Bhe was one oj the high scorers f last year! meet New Hand Cycle Return in Hope of Defending Title America's Cup Defender This is a riew lorn! skill or hunt! <-ycle and is quite popular throughout England. The operator piupels herstll ulonjj by pulling on the handle bar. Muscle Developing Machine Emmett Casson and Arthur Ferguson of Mucon, Ga. who came a la collegiate to Camp Perry. O., In high hopes of defending their last season's positions. Ferguson was lush "man" of the juniors last year, while Casson was runner-up. British Team Falls Before Tilden NEWPORT. R. I-T h e Enterprise, thi- Ha.-jlil S. VautiBV'oilt.syndfcale a yacht, which has been nfliwullv selc<-ti;d to defend The Amerloa's Cup against the Shamrock V uy the selection oommiuee. Jade Pagodas New btolth aewloulim machine from Germany, known as tho Vit» wtuel. OIMI uunda In thjs center of the apparatus, holding the CTQH bar overhead. By iwlnklw the body from»ide to»l(te the wheel ctaiu to swing. BHOOKUNE, MAbti. *'. J. k'erry of Unglaud ituung durlnu Uie match tii which uc and J. C. UUII lost to Bill Tilden and francia Hunter in the national doubles This does not mean that the pagoda* are made entirely of Jade. They have been given this nawe because they overlook the Jade Mountains outside of Pekin. Chum.

20 Every Day is "True Value Day" at the Fayette Used Car Mart m. wmt «*«hnm ami* cr u r «ic txnd «* we «L-T it baitc -«r =! nk~ =ar» tan. t» C T( tx tt«i wr kwp- te' ael tan. n-w*dad«- -» * ««HEM ARE A FEW LEADERS: 929 Oakland Six Convertible Cabriolet 929 Chevrolet Coupe - looks like new 929 Ford Tudors and Coupes 928 Essex Coupes and Coaches Pontiac Sedans and Coaches. less than $500 ' * 400 Si *< ti Manv others ju»t as rea«onable- in j fact we have everything on hand from a Ford to a Lincoln, * ' LIBERAL TERMS USED CAR MART FAYEffl ftqeet ^ PMOMt «OS PBHW & VLA? H: L.H ST.. PLRTH AMBOY D?LN EVLMNG5 UNTIL 9.00 "El fll TTFTf MLBL g r."» icv The Vogue Dress Shop, Inc. 28 Madison Avenue Fashion Center of Perth Amboy Special Discount of 0% On True Value Days t FORMAL '< FALL STYLE EXHIBIT You are cordially invited to attend m the Formal Show ing of Fall Fashions ENTER FALL.\.. tnikng * galaxy al ffuaaprank styles *-fajca we for y«v approval «ad nuction H*» to be a very fr*c«f ai TOWN AND TRAVEL TWEED as w«*l a* frocks. Sli i *»» cane out erf tte ot- Tke CM! AVM* iftw*. He far* toad to atrmiffcte* out. Waist. ' ooj«r* to W' The * fe atory u tou u Back lo School Drcttes" ihouutg turn. Special Uitcou/u o' i<r m Silk WooUac* Knitted Sport SoiU J«r*ey> Sizes 2 to SO $000 TO $4950

21 INDEPENDENT his Week />v ARTHUR BRISBANE. iidin in Jerusalem. llllli n( t, a Little Italian. \'ciipon Against Reds. i, u^-iii! of Nations committee ap-,,,,i to watch nations exercising hies f«r FO-called "inferlot peo- "rriticizca Pritain severely tor ln ; ictney ' n coithectlon with last,' < ninrde'' 0 "* riots in Jerusalem. i,,, Ilrillsh <l(ia wan to criticize. ; and more or leaa boss the ",,. (. of N«tlon8, and ciltlclwn docs u [ wfil on the British stomnch. niialii replies that It could not iv that murders were about to be ninltled. or understand tho intense ;'i nk connected with Jerusalem's -'illlnk Wall," claimed by Jewst and. lis. ll.-ncpforth the nrltiah will limit -.,,sh emigration to Jerusalem to,, further friction. Annum auffrake in thl*. country la v,, :l rs old nnd its opponents ask nfully, "What hnvii women donet' [,,-v liavp iloiie many things, and, important, they have made poll-,',,s ask, "What do the women t v mucu want what IB rlglrt/' smil. tliey arc not - deceived concern-. pvnhlhitloii nr pacifism, they are. mi)sl powerful nnd useful influenre Mm with nerlts birrer arouhd than : -.tips ot their hrnds used to eay: Women ought not to vote until they me M brave It's men." wiiiit would they say of Mra. H. J..!!. '! Addressing the Women's Civic.' In Atlnntic fity last week, sh :-.l tlu' screams of two children :. v bad falli'n from a rowboat and.-., ;! drowning. She ran from the plat ; :n. jumped into the water fully,. il,.eared a little girl and boy,.. aiiil eight years old. A:nl she did not fven ^take her ' I--."- Off. FnundatHW an- nouiuca inat, ar>>sls, nr "parrot [fiver." rrscmtili's n mild atlnrk nf yellow Over. LAIIICS with pet parrots»hmilil know thnl. "man prnlinhlj controls the rtlfip&se by way of the nose nnd mouth." Burying your fare In the soft feathers of a parrot is dannprous. And that In run of the feathers, or fur, ot any animal. Princess Marie Jose. Crown Princess of Italy, wife of tho KltiR'n heir, ex pects a imliy. II,lt Is a lioy, and lives, it will ba King some day, Mussolini on the one hand and possibilities nf revolution on ttie other penniuink. In Italy, as in France, ra the old days, ^0 woman can rule. The French loi Kili'ji/r, which pr& Tented it, was cxplnlnecv politely by French King to an Inquiring woman: "France must have no woman on the throne because under such clrcum stances a man might govern France With a man on the throne some wo man will be always, the real ruler, an excellent thing for (he country." Mlsa Faunie Hurst, brilliant young creature, who once announced she did not live with her husband all the time and took breakfast with him only occasionally, now discovers marriages "are not made In heaven." Marriage, she aays, s a business arrangement and should be considered a? such. However, genius Is rarely, If ever, sound on tho marriage question, and this young lady Is a genius. Marriage ia not in the least a matter of business, It is a matter ot edtic& tlon. Women are gradually making men what nature did not make them. Monogamist, loyal, dependable. It hard, patient work for the women and a severe training for the men, but eventually the thing will bo done, al though it may take l,000,0(w years, A wonderful old German is Von Hindenburg, President ot the Republic He had retired, was "Through with active Jite," as he thought. When the war started he wont InTfl the army to fight arfil shorn: more brilliantly than any other. Germany made him I'n?Mont of the Rcnubllr Hse'y relying on his loyalty at SEARS Lowest "First-Line Tire Prices on Record t, AkHTATI Site 28x x x4.)0 29x x500 30x x x5,25 3x5.00 3x x x6.00 Balanced Tlrei Balloon* All otbtr thu prictd proportionally low Tubes $ S FREE TIRE MOUNTING SERVICE 29 x4. 40 LLO 0 N B Al to nil wur<l 0,.r to our. loyalty In the Kaiser. Now, In his eighty third year. Von Hindonhurg atari? at mnrlsi enrh day for hlfi chamois hunting In the mountains of Bavaria, and returns at night I with a flue chamrrts--huck.. sleeps soundly and starts oft again each morning. His "blood pressure" does not I bothpr him. Mr. Lehman, Lieutenant Oovernor of New York, rich and Intelligent, t«lts others ot the prosperous class that the best weapon ngalnst Communism and radicalism generally B HIGH WAGES, "leading to prosperity, happiness, self respect and pride in home snd country.' Mr. Lehman la right. All the alleged Russian propaganda multiplied hy a thousand could not create* "~ nnny dissatisfied ''radicals" In this country as a year "r two of depression followed by a foolish attempt to redur.e wages. i r 9.U. Kinir Features Syadii ik, Inr ' "My Time Has Come," Sayt Pastor; Dies in Pulpit Danville, Va.~An uw'e stricken Oonirri'gutlon of l'rlmltlve Hnptists heard no, A. W. Film-hum _. Inform inform them from tin? pulpit In the course of 0 sertwin ilint he felt that "my time has coiiie," whereupon lie Riibsltled and lied within it few seconds, The mlnlater was prem'tilng nt &Jnsa-5donls church, near Weniwnrth. N. 0. On rcnclilng tlie pulpit tfte mldister eomplnined of feeling III and piuised for a few minutes. Then he resumed hli sermon and proceeded to any farewell j t.n liis congregation. A doctor was ' * calliml, hut,it was too late, as the minister had died of n heart attack. He Imil lived at Sprny", N. (*., for 30 years, nnd wns widely known In that section. SUPERSTITIOUS = SHE HAD HEARD THAT- f you should happen to find» piece Of coal In the «tr«t, (or Pete'i iak», girlie, pick It up and cherijh It, f«r It li» lt«*y*,msscot. That'i a hot one, Isn't It?, litl'aij M;i 'lure No«>l-iM" r s l :i,litn!p > ( } Smilci at Face Value Smiles «iy hi-w. n-'.'iid< thnn sneers, and frowns hnve no vitlue in nny'tn'nrkrt. Amerlnm Mugiu.ine. * ivatermelon pulch during tlie A Moral Victory' S spnnlbh-amerlnin w.u- In IS'tS. Olympla. \Vnsl. Il cost Mra. Robert l»uvie» of Hurqdii'*$. r * Vesta claim** $).»»> ihumikes * : >8 tu atleuipt nut nn ofllcul l»vc<tii;«itlon re * ; to collect S8..MJ from,loe De Lisle, sul«l In-a report H'ut *l'* * Chehalis, in a Bull. De [>lsle wnn,,, would <'over the dn.n;i'ji's. Jmlcinent for $. r i8 posts and attorney's ftea against Mrs., Duvls. Melons Soldier* Stole % in 898 Cost U.S. $50 J Washington. P. ('.-The Sennt * nasbed a MH.td!<"> :? ' : '" In w " r * ren C. Vesta, of T:IHI III. Flu. J fur wntermelons e;itfn,.liy AIIUT % iran soldiers stutiniii'd nour hlf ************************** a liberal trade-in allowance used fires ALLSTATE An Offer That Is Good Only From September 5th to 3th, Inclusive This liberal trade-in opportunity means that any uaed tfre-regardleas of age, condition or make-will be accepted as part payment for a new ALLSTATE. The size of the used tire determines tlie amount that will be allowed fotf it. Since the day S^rs introduced them, ALLSTATE Tire prices have averaged one-fourth below comparable brands. ALLSTATE prices today are the lowest on record for comparable tires. This special trade-in offer fc made as an experiment... to see if it appeab to Al LSTATE users. If you need tires, drop in at our 8tQre tomorrow and take advantage of the added saving. Bought for Replacement Is an ALLSTATE One Out of Every Ten Tires Retail Store 275 HOB ART ST. Perth Amboy SEARS, ROEBUCK AND Wl OUAIUWTtl UTIir-ACTIOH u» STORE HOURS Daily B:30 to 5:30 Sat-» to»:30 Telephone ittinu R.I. - SS Coffee - 2c A mild bl*nd of exceptional merit. Be Sure to Share in Our Big Coffee Special! H v>n h«v» not «n»d Our Cat m\y «o«do to BOW? Wr " i.funtn (hi* Hi«Sprri.l Hi an <ipp»iitunity (or you t»» M I ASCO Coffee Drllfhtfully Difli>rrn(» is Coffee 32c Adapted to Pareolator >. Big Sale Canned Fruits and Vegetables! Notwithstanding the prolon(ed dry wtattier dnriitf July and Au Utt, m are Mr I offer you Quality Canned Food«at that* rvmarkabu pricsi. Be sure to thare now. Lliciou. California f\ w. OP**. I * 0 M n B " lum _ O OA -Peaches 2 "35 ssugarcorn2 29 Reg. 5c Otl iwo«flf Sliced Peaches Choice Cut Stringlets Beans Choice Vine Ripened Tomatoes Best Pink Salmon Tender Cooked Red Beets ASCO Tuberculin Teited Evap. Milk 3 enns Farmdale Evap. O t»u OC< Milk O cans tij You never tasted better! Louella Butter ft. 47c The Finest Butter in America! Best Granulated ) ca», cans! $.00 3^. 25c: " $.00 2;:i'.25c: " $.40-2c: w $.35 FLOUR SPECIAL GOLD SEAL M f\s% Family Flour 2 >"«4 2 OA 24 tb lb ban hair 84c HAn GOLD MEDAL, CERESOTA Hecker'. PilUbury Flour Prim Pastry Flour 2 24 lb bar 79c Home Baking Helps! ImK 40C FU.Khmu.li'* Yea.t -^ cake Jc ASCO B*king Powder can 5c, 0c, 20c ASCO Pure Vanilla Ext bot 25c ASCO Pure Spice. --- \>*««Calif. 5eedU»B Railing 2 pkg» Made of the Finest Ingredients!!>, BREAD O c ISUPRPQ l.;iix('.wmpln-il!,oaf Sugar lb 5c Victor Pan Loaf 5c»Choice Golden Wax Beans 2 tam 25c Special! 3 c. Camay Toilet Soap 9c package Ivory Flakes A L 23c Prim Blue Rose Rice :"*3 pkgs 2 ASCO Best Whole Grain Rice pkg 2ic ASCO Peanut Butter tumb 0c, 7c, 2Sc ASCO Pure Jellies Gold Medal Wheaties tumb 5c 2 pkga 25c Gold Seal Rolled Oat* 3 pkgs 25c ASCO sncedsugar CURED BACON FANCY LARGE CALIF. PRUNES 2 lb3 25c Ib25c N.Reg. 29c Assorted Glow Cakes. lb20c C Reg. 23c Puritan Cookies Ivory Soap ^ 6 ^ Z5c ^^ Quaker or Mother's Oats pkg 0c ASCO Finest Crushed Corn.. 2 cans 29c Delicious Succotash can 5c help it i. to shop the ASCO Way. Prim Need** la Omi Catering For CLAMBAKES OTHER OUTDOOR FUNCTIONS ANYWHERE ANYTIME FIRST CLASS SERVICE PORT READING N. J. Tel Woodbridgc Finest Fresh Produce! CALIFORNIA RED GRAPES FANCY LARGE YELLOW BANANAS CALIFORNIA BARTLETT PEARS lb. TOMATOES & head LETTUCE HEARTS OF CELERY. A CUsaitied Adv. Will Sell It Tuxedo Suits Rented 5. FISHKIN CLOTHING 87 Smith St P a l _ I A3VAJ Sailer nmu. _.,, Smithfifcld's Apple Sauce 2 cans 25c Prudence Corn. Beef Hash can 5c, 29c ASCO Sliced Dried Beef! j.lb pk«-8c Fancy Large Marrowfat Bean's... lb 3c Best Small Pea Beans 2 tans 9c Green Split Peas II) 0c Pure Cider Vinegar gal jug 49c White Distilled Vinegar... gal jug 45c P & G Naphtha Soap 7 cakes 25c 3 lbs 29c doz. 25c doz. 25c.. both 3c 2. for 9c 2 lbs 5c YELLOW SWtti SWEET rv/iniv- POTATOES,-,, y SURGICAL APPLIANCES AND SUPPORTERS Now In Our Own Building 20 West Scott PL Elizabeth, N. J. Opposite City Hall THE Paulus Dairy.-_, ^. ^ i«q.lbs New St.. New Brunswick, N. J- Main Office: 8*96 New St., Phone 2400 PAULVS* OSITVELY ERFECTLY ASTEURIZED Brunswick, N. J. Established 890 MLLlV Walker-Gordon Certifled Milk Wendmere Farms Raw Golden Guernsey Milk Suydam'a and Rutger's Special Raw Tuberculin Tested Milk DISTRIBUTION COVERS New Brunswick, Highland Park, South River, SayreviHe, Parkin, South Amboy, Perth Amboy, Woodbrid^e Carteret, Fords and Mctuchen, N. J.

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27 ol)!ridg E FROM THE SIDELINES By TOM BRENNAN, Sports Editor THE DOPE WORKED a triumphant amile on his face, and a big, black,,.,,, sc'orebook under his arm, Manager Charles Barcel- 7Mhe Woodbridge A. A. pounced in here, shoved most of ' ",,, r! j off my desk, disturbed thiftw* in general, nnd an! ''.,l that the club which he manages won the third game '7,', "senior baseball championship series by staging a big the'ninth. He also announced that"it was his intention theninth. He also '.'I the club proceed to tie the series wiih Fords, and thei rh-irley, if V u remember, came in here last week with a dope on how he figured his team should be able to win.j(. s The dope sounded good, and worked out better, MO the chagrin of hundreds of Fords Field Club rooters. mp Sunday was a corker. It was a regular fiction racket. ^' ire Fords in the lead. A ninth inning rally. "The base T i A timely single. Woodbridge in the lead. Fords at ';;; desperately to reggin the edge. Wow! What a sfc "'A,,,, without a doubt, the hundreds of fans who witnessed,,. entirely satisfied with the performance. It was a real ',',,, treat compared with the first two games of the series. 'Cher's duel, good fielding, good hitting, snappy playingi i more could he wanted? T series now grows interesting. With Fords bent on ; he crown in the next game, and Woodbridge drter- "i J o tie the count, the fourth game ought to be a realbase- " pi; Both teams will be groomed for the tilt wh,ch exl" W d to draw a record crowd when it is played. RALLIES IN NINTH TO DEFEAT FORDS, 3 TO "THAT LITTLE CAME"'»* *''c*^»^.»*--by B. Link SANDBECR'S TIMELY SINGLE WITH BASES FULL SPELLS WATERLOO FOR FORDS FORDS STILL LEADS SERIES BY ONE GAME lioinit into the ninth inning with the score 2 to ngainst them, the Woodbridno A A. \)nll tossers rallied to bt-at the Fords Field Chili, '< to '2, in the \h\u\ Kami' of thi' series for th»' senior baseball championship of itu: township, Sunday, al ;he Fords ball park. A howling; mob of Woorlhridgp fttrm shouted with glee when Bnru'llonn's boys rnnu- thrniinh U get irone game grip on th«> series when it noenu-d that the. Anthonynu'ti had it about sewed up. After having been blanked (or six pitcher'a <lu*l, Rnritn»w-ki of Woodn.nscaitiv.. inning by Milchiek, th»>"«!«:«bridge allowed si-v!-n seven hit*, whili th» Brownies collected five fr,»m Mii-key I llrmvnics ojwned up with a barrajce Milchick. M'i^.hVck. Huth Koth pitchers pitcher-; didiil ' ' Miep in the finnl frame when ljuiront lwl titmally well on the sla nnii bull,,it with a clean *\ntf\e to Ktart tlu»[ P>t_ excellent support. lircwurks. (ierity duplicated -aunut's nit, and Hann>tch sacrificed iiiul I'nrsler iv wit',i ii>> purposely bases full. looked rosy. Sandhitk poked nt a timely single, scoring Ijturent '.ml (ierity nnd putting the local* inthe lend. Sor.ie fnappy team work n> the Anthonymen checked the rally at this point, but the damage bud already been done. Baronowski, Woodbridge pitcher, blanked the rditcs in the last half of the ninth., as in»the first two sdira * >...**, again got off to an early start, scoring a run in th«nec- The game, play by piny: FIRST INNING WoodKrtdge: (jiurvnt fliwl out U right field. (Ierity groumlwt out. Danu-tch Hied out to seiund for th» third out. K»rd»: Hrohowski (lied nut to I'arslot. Joe Homer grounded nut. lio«tn*r grounded out, ri'tiiinr the. nid«. Score: Woodbridge 0, Fords, 0. SECOND INNING Woodbridge: l'arsler walloped out a triple to right lietd.f SHiidbeck grounded out, Parsler being held M, third. MUI]IMI bunted, but Parsler was tagged nut Ht honi«.. Mull^a stole second* Ilnrtish hit -<-tr» shortstop and Burke dropped Mrehow»kl'» oiid ' on en a triple,^* triple^a ttolder'n ft«ld choice rhoire lnr0wi th Mullen Mlln scoring in the RlU rrtet*- coum lnrljwi mumin m. ()r i n(r ln and an error. Fords tted the count l tim(l time. Bur, Bartlsh ish wns wns pul put out out on an. *%- in n the me fourth mural by uy pushing v B a run «««*. tempted * *- ' ' ' steal., u i! Vil hatmnan Bait.n three hits and a hit b»t»man. Ban Fords: u i Gloff r>ii grounded ut. Jim base-running kept them from fur- Poor Support Costs Hopelawn Pirates Athletics Wallop Homer g"bt a fre<> tjt'ket into : p --«- to o firs*. rs*. *l.l Namo ther scoring in this frame. Hurk* forced Komer at second. J»- BENKERTS BOYS ' ln the sixth, the Field Club slipped into the lead after two men had third. Jacobs was put out trying to cobs singled, advancing Burko U Most of those who have seen the candidates for the 930, f d Murtagh Moose Game Plaster Wildcats Brunswickites 6-7 been retired. Gloff poked a high fly steal second. Score: WoodbridgB ; " high school eleven in pre-season workouts will to right field. The Woodbridge right Fords 0. ' "t "«e that the Bam* avenue school may be well rep-woodbridge A. C. Pitcher Clout Out Eleven Hit* To Win, Display Hitting Form Against garden man lost the ball an the sun, THIRD INNING ' " n the gridiron this season. The snappy form and eo- _ Kozma Hold* Powerful A. B. C. Sporting and Gloff wound up at the third Bannock. A single by Jim Romer right Held. Harono\vsVj,,-lruck out. ^Woodbridite: * Collins (lied out U Turns In Good Mound Performance But Gets Wabbly Fords 9 to Scoreless Until Sev- Club. Vernillo Pitches Great brought Gloff in with.the run which Laurent (lied out to left field for the Backing. enth. Ball. might have spelled defeat fdr thethid third out. brownies had.not they jrallied in the ForiU: l'»r»ler groiimted on*. Ml*--*. The Hopelawn Pirates walked the The P Port W Athletic, con- closing frame.. chick popped-up foul fly^which CoV Poor support cost Murtagh, of the "arsler took butting boilday with itn a a triple p nnd a tins got. ttrchowski grounded out Fords Wildcats right off the plank vinced doubtful fans in this vicinity^ f^ J he Woodbridge A. C*.', a game with the for the third out. Score: Woodbridge in a week end game, beating them ) that they can play real high class single ' in HI three MIICS tripe >..., to the plate.. ; Fords 0. Rahway Moose, Sunday at Railway. to 2 with Kozma allowing only six ability. Cacciobaseball, when, over th*> week-end, Romer Romr was th«leading hitter fin ArtUny Cacciola, siaiwail stalwart lineman uucw.m. of no Tho final score was 8 to 4, Th«los-scattereing pitcher struck out nine batters, for eleven hits by the Pirates who the platter. The Kami- hits. Wargo was touched they defeated the powerful A. B. C. Fords with dbl double and d a Hinyle single in FOURTH INNING Ul, Woodbridge: Gerity grounded out... with h his indomitable spirit and never*say-die attitude, piled up an early lead to insure victory Sandies and Kozma hit twice the score of 6 to 7. The Ports col- led to center field. Sandbeck ground- Sporting Club of New Brunswick by been called a regular Dameteh grounded out. Pursier ainp but was touched for a total of was n sponsible for a number of the victories whjch Woodwon last year. Jack Campbell, rather light, but lithe gav«the Woodbridge club eight hits, stick. Gadya'did likewise to lead the free hitting contest, and most ot th' twelve hits. Rose, the Moose hurler each to lead the winners with the lected eighteen hits in the rather ed to short stop who got Parsler at ln-idge second for the third out. striking out ten batters in the nine losers. Kozma managed to blank the bingles were effective. Honors fc Budnar Leads A. C. Fords; Joe Romer doubled o center Held. Ko'dner singled, scoring Ro- and sih'edy mly is another ace in the hole. Backfield material is exinning tussle. Wildcats until the last of the seventh, wken they pushed across two errors made, went to the the loseiwho were charged with five. mer. Koiincr was put out. stealing. Walt Stillman, who smashed-st. Mary's in the annual Wpodbridge drew first blood Thank;sgiving battle, is exhibiting fine form in practice, and the" first" inning by pushing across'runs. Vernillo went the entire route on To Vic bry 9 to 4second, (iloff wns hit by the bull. Jim Romer (lied out to Dameteh, Burke two runs. The lead was a short af- The box score: the slab, allowing thirteen hits, but singled but Gloff was put nut gottif will undoiubtedly make a strong bid for a permanent place be- fair, however, for the Moose came HOPELAWN PIRATES (9) getting excellent support from his Worry Nots Of Vestfield Fall into third, retiring the side. Score: hind the line. back with a three»un spurt to take AB R H mates. Fischer and Wright shared Woodbridge ; Fords. the whip hand. Two.more runs in Sandies, 2b mound duties for the New Brunswick Club. A large assembly of fane Down Batting Barrage. Woodbridge: Mullen tiled out t» As Woodbridge Club Lays FIFTH INNING Jimmy Dimock, plucky little back, who has no fear of the third completed the scoring for Kuplen, 3b 4 the losers, the Rahwayans clinched Koczan, c * 0 witnessed the contest. second base. Burtish Hied out t* tinkler lers, is another trump card which Benkert holds. Dimock the game in the same frame with Haines, cf «The box score: Crashing out eleven hits, the pitcher. Collins fanned, retiring th* 4 performed excellently last year, and is grooming himself for a three runs. Bayuk,?. PORT READING A'S (6) steady job this year. Lockie has a neat toe, and Montague is a Budnar starred with the stick for Sago, If - Woodbridge A. C. had an easy time aide. AB R the A A. C. with three hits in four Simon, ss. defeating the Worry Nots, of West- Fords. Jacobs walked. Parsler flied Barbato, cf 4,lipi (cry runner. Among the remaining lettermen are Lee, Sheri, Joe Ruddy, Hawkins, Acquilla, Dign, Markouae and Sch- times in five times at bat to lead the Kozma, p< * D. McDonnell, If Hold,!) to 4, in a week-end game. out to Mullen. Milchick was hit by trips to the pan. Hamtil hit three Pednr, rf j Sanions, ss I. Budnar, pitching for Woodbridge, hall. Hrehnwski ended the rally bf man let down the Westfield club with six hitting into a double play, (lerity U» Moose. The Woodbridge A. C, a Munn, cf 2 A. Simione, c 4 scattered hits. He struck out four Mullens. Score: Woodbridge ; initlt. heavy junior team, has been playing Backus, rf Vernillo, lb 4 batters, and received" excellent support from his mates. Peterson and SIXTH' INNING Fords. The greenies are showing up well too. Coach Benkert is excellent b^ll all season, even Anzavino, 3b 2 2 illy working them into shape. He has a number of boys 36 9 though it has played out of its class Yustok, rf 0 McDede pitched, for Westfield. Woodbridite: Buronmvski stuck laplt iave displayed very good form in the light workouts a number of times. FORDS WILDCATS (2, V. McDonnell, rf 2 who h..._ y goou «" luini :-.vii... thincr S look. The box score: AB R M. Simione, 2b 5 2 The box score: out. Laurent grounded out. Geritf WOODBRIDGE A. C. (9) ended the inning by striking out. favorable. WOODBRIDGE A. C. (4) Anthony, c 4 J. Vernillo, p 5 2 AB R Fords: Jot Romer grounded out. have been held so far. All in all, things look favorable AB R H Stewensen, 2b 4 E. Anderson, c 4 Rodner struck out. (llciif hit a high Tlu team has a fairly stiff schedule to wade through, but thedelaney, ss 4 Wargo, p (3. Hunt, lb -...: fi 2 fly to ntfht field anil Burtish lost it Hunt, lb 4 Yinker, lb...,...' 3 A. B. C. SPORT CLUB (7) E. Delaney, ss B 2 ill the sun, (iloff going tu third. Jini i aptain and coach are confident of turning in a good record. Zali, 3b 4 2 Gadya, cf 3 AB R Hj K. Yap, 3i.. Romer singled scoring Glolf. Burk* Budnar, c 4 3 Jerry, If 3 Bryant, ss 5 (lied out. Score: Woixibridgt Yap, 2b 4 * Riley, rf 3 Scott, 2b 3 0 T, Murtugh, 2b..-' ', ; Fords, 'I. E. Anderson, If 3 0 Perint, ss 3 Long, rf r. o Zegft, cf ' Large Crowd Sees Campbells Toback, cf 4 0 E ko, 3b 3 Barks, 3b i Anderson, Ander, SEVENTH INNING rf * Zeka, rf.....'. 3 0 White, 3b 4 Mundy, If 4 Woodbridge: Dunietch grounded Budnar, p... 5 out. Parsler Hied ou, Sandbeck Murtaugh, p ClegRet, lb was safe on an error. Mullen Whip New_Jork Bloomer Girls J. Anderson, rf 0 Score by innings: Jackson, lb ' 9 grounded out, retiring the side. - Pirates Shelton, cf WESTFIELD (4) Fords: Jacobs grounded out. Winners Collect Sixteen Hits, Have Two Big Innings Visitors Borrow Three Players From Perna - Game AB R H Davis, c ' Wildcats Wright, p. 2 0 AB R VI Parsler singled to left field. Milchick Hied out. Hrchowki ground- RAHWAY MOOSE (8) Liggits, If I J. Brinen, ss Laiw, rf ed out for the third out. Scorer Unique and Interesting Score Brennan, c Fischer, p, If V. Peterson, Jib Best, 3b 55 Braves Win Eleven. 4 0 Woodbridge, ; Fords, 2. S. Mi'lk'de, p EIGHTH INNING Mateson, rf C. Pfc.iffcr, If (I Woiidbmlfee: Dunham grounded Errkkson, ss B 03 Score by innings: H. Peterson, p out. Collins struck out. Btironowski grounded out for the third out Hamtil, 2b 54 Inning Tilt 9 lo 8A. B. C ( 0 A. McDi'dc, 2b llic»' Harruthen, If 2 Port Reading OUx «Hrabun, cf 44 Fords: Jin- Romer singled. Uodner Hied out to Mullen. (Iloff fliei \,,rk luoomer, - plentiful, Sepsic, cf Mi.idav afternoon. Despite the tact Loughlin, lb 44 Rally In, Ninth To Tie Score, X. R. PeilTer, lb n\ the U Rose, p 2 T^ien Sew Up Game Rattle ^Athlete Wins Two Titles Refuffe, rf out to Parsler.,lini Kumer forced "Brother due" at ^ second, retiringthe side, Scure: Wiiodbridgo, I; Kunu- was interesting, anc 36 4 "the entire game for the numbur of fans. Koppcrw* Out Twenty-One Hit*. Woodbridge A Cl UO Fords, 2. Score by innings: Westfield NINTH INNING dinners, giving twelve hits Miss Fallon grounded to A. C, With L. Woodbridge: Luurent."ingk'd U center lielil. (Jerity sinj,'le(l hendiii)i Kiiiiient In second. Dameteh K2y*-.":«=!S3 ak.*a~s >* -JZ biers in a Labor Day game on the Robins Scalped By nrtviinci'd lxith runners by a sucriliie hit. 'nrsler was purposely New Robin Hurler -asseil, lillini; (lie buses. Snndbeck Indian A. A. 6-4 singled, scoring Lauicnt and (Jerity. Mullen was sul'i on an error by' ILK.., wrii.ii... lust, me nrsi ru» "» "~.-, a The Campbells ndded anotbe. ^.ored by the Bloomer Onjs thoir score in the last of the Uie second inning. Miss **" with three singles in nil with tht I'unip fo.. ^ iidvancing the runner < *> """Tv". f\, mn! SCOIIHK «,»s, i r" s ;irisu;»'«at-:.»**.' '! Kop single, hiouiini, i-«.,, with out. perwatts led with., tha willow "" Mi^s Fallon. Miss Kohler Vun three hits apiece. 'erry hit to ttlil'd, I The box score: 'iiinp., ; CAMPBELLS (0) In II,, third, the Campbells snap-, AB R H I J O A ]u,l into uclion by staging a tiveiuii, & y^ ^ iilly. Ti-asko Hied out to Miss Mui-, McAl. dlci ib lih-lv. Koiipurwatts singled, blopn" j> omero y i nb :ji.gl,d ollowing uiul McArdle sun. nii»w»ji, filled the --jy bw*b., Crowi LoKey, Lokey, zi, 2b t, f liy following to right field,' suit. Fomeroy brought in - K.oP", Petri - a,' If- iii u uusand Stophin. Crowley. pull- m^,. f. (I the ' L. Babe, lluth act by poling a Trask0) c... long hmine run into deep center ntui, Koup(n. wa tts, K McArdle and Pomeroy ahead and I'etris struck out.. i 4^ Four more runs were added in the MiBS Kohler, ss_ 4 luat half of the fourth inning when Miss Borrows, ib 6 Nii-r doubled, Trasko.» in f led. ^ Perry, P.-- - ;; Kopperwatts did likewise to bring Moriarty, 2b, & in Nier.. Stophin cracked one of o Mi«Schulte, rf I' offerings fi l lor a two b»g««. Miss Fallon, cf siorilig Trasko and Kopp^watto. Van Camp, c. Stophin waa put out "attempting to Mha CurUs, If steal third. Pomeroy singled, and sheets, jb " on singleb by Crowley and ing. Mies Borrows and Perry singled. The bloomer Girl was off second base.. Mum \- irroimded to short, lorcing Perry f keystone bag. Mi»s Mtmarty «dnceil "to second on»n error, und i«o» Miw ebutt> "'"". L "oio aoi * 0 Woodbridge Vs. Arrows on, tho Woodbrlclgu i\. vi,~ i... lilay the- Arrowa A. A, of Perth Amboy, in that city MuttluylJ,. riklil, lii.ua [iltclililg 8tur..( Hie Ashevllle Toui-isis, who Ims been sold to iliu Hrnoklyii Itoblns. He will flnlsli tli«b S «" f m lhe Mucon club >iii4* report <o 'llruoklya.next spring. Brownie* To Battle Dry Docks Nine At Grove St '~ A. A., Hger Barcellona will have Baranowski, South Amboy ace, un the hill. Collins will be behind tbe plate. Woodbridge- A. A. diamond by the score of 9 to 8 in eleven innings of thrilling baseball. The Braves amassed a total of twenty-one hits from the offerings of Nemis who went the entire route for the losers Fitzpatrick, Brave's pitcherj held the Ramblers to nine scattered hits. The Braves scored two runs in the last of the ninth to tie the score, 8 to 8 The tenth frame ifound goose eggs credited to both teams. In the eleventh, Fitzpatrick retired the Ramblers in regular one, two, three order, and then, his mates pushed across a tally to sew up the tilt. L Gerity, with four hits in four trips to the platter, Copped batting honors for the winners, by poking out tho longest b.ngles J. Zic* and faster also slapped the pill three times each to share batting,.mor». LentfH led the losers with three hits. The tame, wh.ch wi» a corker, was witnessed by a fanly large P. Zick, ss Walsh, 3b L. Gerity, J).. J. Zick, rf Barcellona, cf J-IClgh, If Campion, 2b Pastor, c ik p Lengel, 3b Kalina, c N p AB R RAMBLERS E I M the only ntlileie :it lue lirltish eipptre gaint's, held then, t» curry off two eni iii'e cliiuii iiolislil is' tlie lilgb tower aud sprint; bmird d'tviiijj; titles. Speedway Activities To B Resumed Sunday, Sept. 4th Ralph A. Hankinson announces thrt e Woodbridge Speedway wrtl have its fall opening on Sunday. September 4. Two 25 mile races and five sprint races will feature S?«rf which.ibet«l.to ^jw a capacity crowd. The chusieat field of the year will be entered. There will also be races on Saptwnber i\ and 28, Hits and Errors Aplenty Feature Loose Ball Game Baling Honors Split Between Six Hitters.' l * The Indian A. A. of Woodbridge scalped the Robins, 6 to 4 in a week end game. Edusy pitched for the winners', allowing, twenty-two hits, and striking out live batters. The Indians garnered only nineteen bingles, but used better strategy on the paths to beat the Robins. Butting honors were pretty well split up SIN batters smashing out four hiti j apiece. Errors were plentiful. Tin box sc >re: ROBIN'S A. A. (4) M. Mervin, cf H. Dorko; 2b ('. Bedecs, li) K. Gallant, p W. Cahill, 3b B. Zambo, If.. Molnar, ii A. Sabo, c ft Dorko, rf. AB It II E V4 22 INDIAN A. A. (6) AB R H G. VI. Herman, JCHH-"! - c 5-3 E. Edaay, p»' 5 4 Smoky, as,»,-, 3b B Everth, lb F. J. Shultz, 2b A. Pulton, rf «A. Esues, cf F. Wilten, If Score by Riidner, tilling (lie biiscs again. Dunham struck mit. Collins grounded lit short stop to first, retiring theside. Fotds: Burke Hied out to the pitchjr. Jacobs flicd out to Dunham in center field. Pursier.struck out («r the final out. Final score: Woodbridge, IS; Fords, :!. The box score: WOODBRIDGE A. A. (3V All li I Laurent, cf, U Gerity, :tl> Dameteh, ss Jiihii Pursier, iil) Kaiidheck. If, rf Mullen, lb Uartish, rr..". Collins, c. Haninowski, p Dunham, cf. FORDS FIELD CLUB i2> All, II 0 Hrohowski, ss Joe I^omer, It Bodner, 2b. Gloff, 8b Jim Uutnur, <tt 3D 8 8 Score by innings: Rambler* *., »0 JO I Braves.-.-* Burke, II)-...- Jaicobs, rf Joe Parsler, c Milehick, p t The score by injiings: Woodbridge j Fords F. C ' Summary: Two base hit: Jot Romer. Three base hit: John Parsler. Struck out by Baronowski, 2; 4 by Milchick, 6. Bases on halls off Baronowski, Z\ off Milchiek, 0. Hit » I by ball; Gluff, Milchick, by H the uwski. Umpires; Hailer at.!ato; Van Felt on the bases.

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