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Vol. 46; No.

BELMAR, N EW JERSEY,FRIDAY. AUGUST 23,1929

Y A C H T CLUB T O BASEBALL FANS N O CHANGE IN W O M A N ’S CLUB ELECT OFFICERS TAKE NOTICE TR AIN SCHEDULE FLOWER SH O W “Charlie” Markus Is Favor­ Two Good Games Offered Public U tility Commission Arrangements Nearing Com ite to Succeed Commo­ This Week-end by Rejects Plea for North pletion for Big Exhibit at dore Ledyard Avery Lyon’s Boys Asbury Stops 13th Ave. Pavilion

SHOW APPRECIATION FOR BEACH CONDITIONS SISTER

B O R O . CO N G R ATU LA TIO N S

T h e B e lm a r B aseb all club w ill m e e t A fte r a b o u t a d ecad e a n d a h a lf of T h e re w ill be no c h a n g e In th e p re s­ A t th e m e etin g of th e G ard en De­ South Belmar Officially Thanks Commission for Excell­ a c tiv e serv ice to th e B e lm a r Y a c h t th e N e w a rk R ed Sox, one o f N e w a rk ’s p a rtm e n t of th e B e lm a r W Oman’s Club e n t tr a in sto p schedule u n til it h as C lub, it is believed th a t C om m odore le a d in g sem i-pro n in es th is S a tu rd a y ent Standard It Has Attained a rra n g e m e n ts w ere discussed fo r the been th o ro u g h ly trie d out. a fte rn o o n a t M em orial P a r k a t 3:15. T h is is th e ru lin g of th e P u b lic U til­ flo w er show to be held a t th e T h ir­ “B ob” S te w a rd o r C h arlie C layton C o uncilm an C h arles S m ith of S o u th te e n th A venue P av ilio n S ep tem b er FISHING CLUB w ill to e th e slab fo r B elm ar, w ith ity C om m ission, h a n d e d dow n S a tu r­ B elm ar, a t th e re g u la r m e e tin g of th e 24th. T h e re w ill be a division fo r n o n ­ day, in a n sw e r to a p e titio n by M ayor CASTING CONTEST M eyers b eh in d th e b at. B o ro u g h Council, M onday evening, C laren c e E . F . H e tric k of A sbury P a rk m em bers. T h e N e w a rk te a m h a s d e fe a te d sev­ T his show is given by th e club wo­ p ro p o sed th a t a v ote of th a n k s be s e n t e ra l firs t class te a m s in th e n o rth e rn th a t n in e so u th b o u n d an d eig h t n o rth ­ m en of th e T h ird D is tric t of the N ew Twentieth Annual Tourna­ th e m a y o r a n d co m m issio n ers o f B el­ p a r t o f th e sta te , in c lu d in g th e M on­ bound tr a in s on th e N. Y. a n d L. B. R. J e rse y S ta te F e d e ra tio n of W o m a n ’s R . m a k e sto p s a t N o rth A sbury. ment Supplies Sport for m o u th A. C., of A tla n tic H ig h lan d s, m a r fo r th e ex cellen t m a n n e r in w h ich T h e ru lin g com es as th e re s u lt of Clubs. S u m m itt o f th e L a c k a w a n n a L eague, th e y a re c o n d u c tin g th e beach. Experts M rs. E rv in g is c h a irm a n a n d all en­ a p ublic h e a rin g held J u ly 27th in th e Y o n k ers P ro s., Irv in g to n P ros., W ood T he m em b ers of th e council, in d iv id ­ trie s of non-m em bers w ish in g to e n te r A sbury P a r k C om m ission C ham ber, a t sid e P ro s., K e n ilw o rth A. A. a n d sev­ m ay send th e ir n a m e s to h e r as soon J a c k C lay to n ’s c a s t of 441 fe et, 5 u ally voiced th e ir a p p re c ia tio n o f th e w hich re p re se n ta tiv e s of th e T ri-C oune ra l o th ers. in ch es w as th e lo n g est c a s t m ad e a t effo rts of th e s is te r borough, a n d , a s a ty M u n icip al A ssociation a n d th e m u­ a s possible. S a tu r d a y ’s g am e w ill be a b e n e fit T he B e lm a r C lub w ill hav e a n ex­ th e tw e n tie th a n n u a l to u rn a m e n t of body, u n an im o u sly ex p ressed their a p ­ n ic ip a litie s of M ataw an , L o n g B ran ch , g a m e fo r th e local p lay ers, a n d in th e p ro v al in a reso lu tio n in s tru c tin g B o r­ B elm ar, B ra d le y B each, S ea G irt, h ib it a t th e F lo w e r Show a t A sbury B e lm a r F is h in g Club, S a tu rd a y . se v e n th in n in g a sp ecial co llection will M iss Sally F a r r ie r m ad e th e longest ough C lerk T hom pson to w rite th e B el­ S p rin g L ak e, A llen h u rst, M an asq u an , P a rk . S ep tem b er 12th a n d 13th. M inabe m ad e a m o n g th e fan s, th e proceeds a n d B ay H ead , re g iste re d stro n g ob­ tu r e g a rd e n s w ill be show n b y tsom e of c a s t of th e la d ie s’ ev en t, th e d istan ce m a r C om m ission a n d convey to th e m to go to th e p layers. T h is is a n a n th e th a n k s of council a n d co m m u n ity . th e clubs, th ese g a rd e n s n o t to exceed being 306 fe e t 5 inches. je c tio n s a g a in s t th e p etitio n . n u a l c u sto m a n d it is h oped th e fa n s M r. S m ith s ta te d t h a t S o u th B el­ 20 by 26 inches. T he P re s id e n t’s S pecial C lub M y stery w ill h elp o u t fin an cially . m a r enjoyed th e p rivileges of th e e v e n t proved to be in trig u in g to m em ­ T h e local te a m h a s sup p lied lo ts of STERNER PRESENTS bers. T h e u n k n o w n d ista n c e , chosen beach, an d it w as th e le a s t th e y could Razor Fighters Held e n te r ta in m e n t fo r th e fa n s d u rin g th e FLAG AT HANCOCK by B e n ja m in E . F a rr ie r, tu rn e d o u t to do to officially show t h a t th e re s id e n ts seaso n , a n d a little m o n e ta ry h e lp is c ia te d it. For Grand Jury Action be e x actly 99 feet. T he c o n te s ta n ts a pMp reayor so rely needed. D ig dow n fo r th a t F r a n k H e rb e rt a n d th e coun­ r a n th e ir c a s ts an y w h e re fro m fifty to Highlands Club Sponsors q u a r te r a t least. Tw o A sb u ry P a r k colored y o u th s tw o h u n d re d a n d fifty feet. T h is Was cil h e a rtily en d o rsed M r. S m ith ’s p ro ­ S u n d ay , B e lm a r w ill p la y one of posal a n d ad d ed to th e le tte r of th a n k s Gift to Seventh Coast w ere ta k e n to F re eh o ld S u n d ay by P o ­ a th ir ty fo o t lan e event. th e ir m o st im p o rta n t g a m e s of th e se a ­ t h a t “th e B o ro u g h of S outh B e lm a r T he re s u lts w ere as follow s: lice O fficers Iso la a n d H u rle y to a w a it # Artillery Band son, w h en th e y hook u p w ith th e K eyE v e n t No. 1, A ccu racy —1st, J a c k w ill co o p erate in ev ery w ay to h elp G ran d J u r y a c tio n on a c h arg e of a t ­ p o rt A. A. te m p tin g to kill J a m e s M iller, a n em ­ C layton, av e ra g e of th re e casts, 1, 1 1 m a in ta in th e h ig h s ta n d a rd of b each LEDYARD AVERY B e lm a r d e fe a te d th is te a m sev eral A ssem b ly m an E . D onald S te rn e r, ployee a t th e B u en a V ista, in th e back 2-3; 2nd, E d. H a rk in s , 3, 4 2-3; 3rd, A. co n d itio n s B e lm a r h a s a tta in e d .” L ed y a rd A very w ill re lin q u ish h is po­ w eek s ago, b u t K e y p o rt cam e b ack T u esd ay a fte rn o o n , p re se n te d a fla g to y a rd of th a t h o stelry , F rid a y evening. R. Folk, 4, 5 1-3; 4th, C has. K ieffer, 4 F o llow ing so closely all th e k ic k in g sition. a g a in a n d h a n d e d th e locals a 5-1 s e t­ W a rr a n t O fficer H a r r y G. L udlam , R azo rs w ere fly in g in th e air, a c ­ 6 1-3; 5th, H . F . E v e rs 7, 0 2-3; 6th , G. th e com m ission h a s re c e n tly been sub­ As C om m odore th ro u g h so m a n y b ack , w ith P e tro s k i p itch in g . le a d e r o f th e b a n d of th e S eventh je c te d to, th is b it of h e a rty a p p re c ia ­ co rd in g to th e police, a n d M iller w as A vison 7, 4 2-3. y ears, h e help ed a n d saw th e club B e lm a r w ill sen d M ike S tu a r t to th e C oast A rtillery . Special P riz e —F o r C a st N e a re s t tio n fro m a n a u th o rita tiv e so u rc e p re tty badly c u t up. H is a s s a ila n ts g ro w a n d h eld it to g e th e r th ro u g h m o u n d in a n e ffo rt to tu r n th e m b ack T he fla g w as p re sen ted a t F o r t H a n ­ sh o u ld h elp a llev iate th e sores. gave th e ir n am es as G eorge W alton S tak e, J a c k C layton, O’, 6". som e of its le a n years. a n d M eyers w ill catc h . K e y p o rt will cock in th e p resen ce of a g ro u p of a n d C lifton Jo h n so n . T he cau se of th e E v e n t N o. 2, L o n g est of th re e casts, T h ro u g h o w n ersh ip of one of th e b rin g sev e ra l ro o te rs w ith th e m fo r p ro m in e n t p erso n a g es in clu d in g Colo­ O ne-deisgn R a c e B o ats, h e p a rtic ip a t­ th e y h a v e a la rg e follow ing a n d th e n el Jo h n so n a n d M ayor F r a n k D u r­ ru m p u s is supposed to hav e been over open field, C lass A—1st, J a c k C layton, LIGHTNING DIVISION ed in th e sp o rt u p o n w h ich th e club fa n s a re an x io u sly a w a itin g to see th is a n d of S ea G irt, th e R ep u b lican nom i­ th e affe c tio n s of a d u sk y h ued m aiden. 2nd, E . A. P rid h a m , 3rd, E d H a rk in s ; HOLDS REUNION C lass B—E . C a rp e n te r, H a r r y H eight, w as founded. gam e. n ee fo r A ssem blym an. E. N ew m an ; C lass C, O. M atth iessen , N o m a tte r if he should go b a c k to T h e b a n d p a rtic ip a te d in M onm outh V e te ra n s of th e 78th., “L ig h tn in g ” G. V on d e r H eyde, A. K rem etz. th e role of re g u la r m em b er, th e club C o unty D ay a t th e L ittle W h ite H ouse. E v e n t No. 3, A verage of th re e casts D ivision w ho le ft C am p D ix fo r se r­ ca n be a ss u re d he w ill co o p e ra te w ith T h e fla g is th e g ift of th e H ig h lan d s in open field—C lass A, 1st J a c k C lay­ vice o v erseas in th e W orld W ar, w ill a n y fu tu re C om m odores, to th e b est S te rn e r-fo r-S e n a to r Club. ton, 2nd Geo. R obinson, 3rd E d H a r­ hold a reu n io n th is F rid a y , S a tu rd a y in te re s ts of th e o rg a n iz a tio n w h ich is A rev iew of 300 C. M. T. C. s tu d e n ts k in s ; C lass B, M iss S ally F a rr ie r, C. a n d S u n d ay a t C am p L arso n , S ea G irt. n e a re s t h is h e a rt. Regular Force Under Chief in tr a in in g a t th e cam p, follow ed th e A rra n g e m e n ts a re in th e h a n d s o f B. K effer, E . N ew m an ; C lass C, M. O ne of th e m en w ho gave L edge u n ­ p re s e n ta tio n cerem onies. L ieut. Jo h n K ennedy, s e c re ta ry of th e to Be Appointed by Mayor Eastern Division Council C am pagna, A. K re m e n tz ; W illiam E rstin te d su p p o rt, esp ecially d u rin g th e 78th. D ivision A ssociation, 208 W e s t n em an.. re c e n t sp lu rg e of th e club, h a s re ­ Formed with Eight Squads TO G R A D E A ND GRAVEL and Council ' E v e n t No. 4, B oys’ S pecial—1st J r . N in e te e n th stre e t, N ew Y ork. ceived th e n o m in a tio n fo r C om m odoreS. B ELM A R ST R E E TS A ny bu d d y w ish in g to a tte n d th e re­ H elbig, 2nd W. E . B u rlin g to n , 3rd E. Represented sh ip on th e tic k e t placed b y th e no m i­ S o u th B e lm a r is to h av e a re g u la tio n union, w h ich w ill be m ore o r less of a C a rp e n te r; 4th E . P a tte rs o n , 5th H e n ­ n a tin g co m m ittee. T he B o ro u g h C ouncil of S o u th Bel­ police d e p a rtm e n t. happy, go-as-you-please a ffa ir, w ill be ry A bell; 6th Jo h n T aylor. T he N ew J e rs e y F ir s t A id C ouncil, C h a rle s J. M ark u s, th e n o m in ee h as T his w as decided upon M onday eve­ m a r p assed on f ir s t read in g , M onday E v e n t No. 5, L ad ies’ S pecial—1st provided w ith linen a n d b ed d in g u n d e r a w ay o f k e e p in g up a ste a d y w h irl of E a s te r n D ivision, Inc., w as o rg an ized evening, a n o rd in an ce a p p ro p ria tin g n in g by th e B o ro u g h C ouncil a t M ayor M iss S ally F a rr ie r, 2nd M iss E le a n o r can v a s fo r th e th re e d ay s fo r fifty M onday ev e n in g a t a m e e tin g in th e a c tiv ity w h e re v e r he is. I t ’s a g a ft $3,000 fo r g ra d in g a n d g ra v e lin g the F r a n k H e rb e rt’s suggestion. cen ts. L ieu t. K e n n ed y a sk s a ll w ho W eigel, 3rd M rs. L o unsbury. w ith C harlie. H e h a s serv ed w ell on B o ro u g h H a ll a t w h ich re p re se n ta tiv e s s tre e ts of th e borough. M r. H e rb e rt said th e g ro w th of the E v e n t No. 6, P re s id e n t’s S pecial Club possibly can, to re g is te r w ith h im a t all th e w o rk assig n e d to him , a n d h as of e ig h t m u n ic ip a litie s on th e N o rth b o ro u g h a n d ch an g ed co n d itio n s n o t th e N ew Y o rk ad d ress. M y stery —1st D. A. M cIn ty re, 2nd, N. gone o u t of h is w a y to k eep m em b ers J e rse y S h o re w ho h av e F ir s t A id s e r­ F IX SALARY OF only w a rra n te d , b u t m ad e th is step vice a tte n d e d . S. M cIn ty re, 3rd, A. K rem en tz, \ 4th in te re s te d in th e club. TAX COLLECTOR n ecessary . Goodwill Hose W m. E rn e m a n . T he o b je c t of th e council is to b rin g I t seem s safe to p re d ic t th a t C h arlie A n o rd in an ce to estab lish , m a in ta in , B e a u tifu l a n d u sefu l p rizes w ere in to closer u n io n v o lu n te e rs o f th e v a r A n o rd in a n c e fix in g th e s a la ry of re g u la te a n d co n tro l a re g u la r police Gets Donation a w a rd e d to the v a rio u s w in n ers. Gold, ious sa fe ty sq u a d s a n d give th e m in­ of M o rris J. W oolley as co llecto r and d e p a rtm e n t w as u n an im o u sly p assed silv er a n d b ronze m ed als w ere g iven in s tru c tio n in th e la te s t d e ta ils of th e ir o fficia l ta x s e a rc h e r of S o u th B elm ar by th e council on f ir s t read in g . I t will T he B orough C om m ission T u esd ay ev en ts N o. 1, a n d 2. A n u n u su a lly a t­ chosen w o rk , a n d to p ro c u re su p p lies a t a s a la ry of $800 a y ear, w as p assed com e up fo r second re a d in g a n d fin a l by m ass p u rc h a s e w h ich w ill g re a tly tra c tiv e w ris t w a tc h en ticed m a n y in to evening, d o n a te d $25 to th e G oodw ill on f ir s t re a d in g by th e B oro u g h C oun­ p assag e W ed n esd ay evening, S ep tem ­ H ose C o m pany’s ce le b ra tio n of its red u ce th e u n it cost. b e r 4th. j ev en t N o. 1, in w h ich it w as o ffered as new ly d ec o ra te d house. cil M onday evening. f ir s t prize. T w elve d ay ta m b a u r C a p ta in C h a rle s R u sse l M easu re of T h e o rd in a n c e p rovides fo r th e a p ­ T he a p p o in tm e n t o f G eorge R oyael clocks w ere th e second prizes in ev en ts th e B e lm a r F ir s t A id S q u ad th ro u g h p o in tm e n t o f a c h ie f of police a n d as SOUTH B EL M A R COUNCIL as a m em b er of th e co m p an y w as con­ 1 a n d 6. T he o th e r prizes w ere varied. w hose in s tru m e n ta lity th e o rg a n iz e firm ed . CHANGES M E ET IN G N IG H T m an y p a tro lm e n as th e m a y o r a n d tio n s cam e in to b eing, w as elected council m ay deem n ecessary . P R E A C H E R IN TRO UBLE p resid en t. T he n e x t regiA ar m e e tin g of South T he c h ief w ill be ap p o in ted by th e A PPO IN T SPEC IA L O FFIC ER S p re sid e n t, F re d e ric k L. D u g g a n of th e B e lm a r B o ro u g h C ouncil w ill be held m a y o r a n d council J a n u a r y 1st., fo r a C h arles A llen w as ap p o in te d a spe­ R ev. A n d rew S tra h a m w as fin ed $50 S p rin g L a k e F i r s t A id a n d E m e rg e n c y W ed n e sd a y evening, S ep tem b er 4th ., te rm of one y e a r a n d p a tro lm e n fro m a n d costs by R e c o rd e r H a ll of S o u th cial police o ffic e r by th e B o ro u g h S q u ad ; second vice p re sid e n t, C h arles a t 8 o ’clock in th e B oro u g h H all. T he tim e to tim e a s n ecessity dem ands. B e lm a r T u e sd a y m o rn in g on a c h a rg e C om m ission T u esd ay evening, fo r d u ty G riffin o f th e L o n g B ra n c h F ir s t Aid council u su a lly m e ets M onday even­ d u rin g th e h o u rs he is on life g u a rd T he d e p a rtm e n t w ill be u n d e r the of d iso rd e rly co nduct. a n d S a fe ty S q u a d ; se c re ta ry , J a c k M or ings b u t th e c h a n g e is m ad e n ecessary w ork. W illiam W allace w as also a d d ­ supervision, m a n a g e m e n t a n d c o n tro l M r. S tra h a m , th e police say, voiced ris o f th e D r. C. A. N o rris F ir s t Aid on a c c o u n t o f L a b o r D ay fa llin g on th e of th e m a y o r a n d council a n d a police h is opinion of th e p a lm is try te n ts in ed to th e sp ecial force. a n d E m e rg e n c y S quad, M a n a sq u a n ; re g u la r m e e tin g n ig h t. co m m ittee chosen fro m th e council. th e n eig h b o rh o o d of E ig h te e n th ave­ tre a s u re r, W illiam J o h n try o f th e As­ n ue v e ry s tro n g ly a n d it w as n ec e ssa ry New Plans For b u ry P a r k F ir e D e p a rtm e n t F ir s t Aid BAD LY H U R T BY th a t he be ta k e n to B e lm a r P olice a n d R escu e S quad. T h e tru s te e s in­ First Ocean Avenue F IS H HOOK IN FOOT 8th Ave. Jetty H e a d q u a rte rs by P olice O fficer B rockclude C laude L a w lo r of th e N e p tu n e Home Changes Hands stead . F ir s t A id a n d E m e rg e n c y S q u ad ; W il­ T he F ir s t A id S quad w a s called a t On m o tio n by M ay o r Jo se p h M ayer, , T he re v e re n d g e n tlm a n , th ro u g h liam R o b b in s of th e S a n d e rs A. W erM rs. T illie B a rn e tt h a s sold h e r 12:48 S u n d ay m o rn in g to a d m in is te r th e B o ro u g h C om m ission, T u e sd a y eve­ theim . F ir s t A id S q u ad of th e W an a- hom e lo cated a t th e c o rn e r of Second f i r s t a id to ten-year-old S h irle y O r- counsel ap p ealed th e case. n in g au th o riz e d B oro u g h E n g in e e r m a s sa fire d e p a rtm e n t a n d A rth u r a n d O cean av e n u e s to S am u el R eeves dow en of N ew ark , a su m m e r re s id e n t C O N TR IBUTE TO T H E F IR E M E N . C laude W . B ird sall to p re p a re a m e n d ­ aC in of th e E a to n to w n V o lu n te e r A m ­ o f A sb u ry P a rk . T he re p o rte d p rice a t 318 T e n th a v en u e w ho step p ed on a ed p la n s fo r th e E ig h th a v e n u e je tty . b u lan ce Corps. w as $40,000. T he re a l e s ta te firm of fish hook on th e beach. T h e g irl w as T H E Y A R E W ORTHY OF IT. A by-law c o m m itte e w ith C a p ta in C onnelly-B ergen, Inc., c o n su m ated the ta k e n to D r. D aniel T ra v e rs o ’s office C H A R L E S J. M A R K U S A PP O IN T B U IL D IN G IN SPEC T O R w ill c a rr y in w ith him , on a w av e of W illiam T ig h e o f th e A sb u ry P a r k tra n sa c tio n . w h ere it w as fo u n d n e c e ssa ry to c u t F O R R E N T —B ungalow , c le a n w ith C h arles S c h a ffe r w as ap o p in te d p o p u la rity , F ra n lT N. K a u tz m a n as sq u a d a s c h a irm a n w as n am ed . O th e rs T he B a rn e tt h om e w as th e firs t q u ite deeply in to h e r fo o t in o rd e r to th r e e o r fo u r room s, n e a r th e beach, b u ild in g in sp e c to r o f S o u th B e lm a r by a p p o in te d by P re s id e n t M easu re in ­ V ice C om m odore a n d R o b e rt A. H ow ie, fo r th e re m a in d e r of th is season. A d­ th e B o ro u g h C ouncil M onday evening,. h om e b u ilt on th e ocean fr o n t by the e x tra c t th e hook. Jr., a s rear-co m m o d o re. C. E. S lack clude: L e o n a rd N e w m a n o f S p rin g la te J a m e s B a r n e tt’s fa th e r. d re ss H . L. B alasch , 285 H ig h St., N u tshould “ c o n tin u e a s se c re ta ry , a n d ob­ L ak e, R o b e rt M cG rath of W a n a m a ssa , ley, N . J . P h o n e N u tle y 9. GIVEN FA R E W E L L SHO W ER A BOO N TO T H E BALD v iously C laren c e S tin e s a s tr e a s u re r A rth u r C ain o f E a to n to w n , Ollie P re s A fa re w e ll show er w as te n d e re d se r o f L ong B ra n c h , R a y B e rg e n of H A V E YOU D O N E YOUR B IT F O R ag ain . F r a n k C a sa b u ri of th e M odern B a r­ M iss G e rtru d e B ier, d a u g h te r of M r. W A TC H L O ST —O pen-face W a lth a m H ow th e club c a n o ffic ia lly h av e a B elm ar, C lin to n T h o m p so n o f M a n a s­ T H E F IR E M E N ? a n d M rs. Jo h n B ie r of 516 8th a v en u e w a tc h a n d ch ain . F r a te r n ity k e y on b e r Shop, 804 F stre e t, h a s in stalled a tr e a s u re r is a m y ste ry , fo r th e r e w as q u a n a n d F re d G a rra b ra n d t of N ep­ on T u esd ay evening, by h e r frien d s, c h a in ; also k n ife a n d gold p e n cil w ith B lu d -R u b scalp in v ig o ra to r in his es­ one leg ally n o m in a te d fo r th e post. tu n e . T he c o m m itte e p la n s to h a v e th e in itia ls M. R . O. on pencil. L ib e ra l r e ­ ta b lis h m e n t. T h e device is a revolu­ A nd th e te rm is on a y e a rly b asis. T h e by-law s re a d y fo r a d o p tio n a t th e n e x t F O R R E N T —T w o fo u r room a p a r t­ p rio r to h e r leav in g fo r P a te rs o n w a rd fo r fin d er. M r. H a y w a rd , O cean tio n a ry in v e n tio n w hich, it is claim ed, n o m in a tin g co m m itte e su re slip p ed up m e e tin g o f th e n e w o rg a n iz a tio n to be m en ts, a ll im p ro v em en ts, fu rn ish e d , w h ere she is e n te rin g th e tr a in in g G arag e, T h ird avenue. b rin g s fre sh n o u rish in g blood, to th e . on th a t, a n d opened a c h a n c e fo r a rg u ­ h eld in E a to n to w n on M onday, Sept. all y e a r a ro u n d . A pply M. B a rr, 221 school fo r n u rs e s co n n ected w ith th e ro o ts of th e h air. F o u rte e n th av en u e, B elm ar, N. J. P a te r s o n G en eral H o sp ita l fo r a th re e m e n ta tio n —w h a t c a nbe d one a s it is 16. F O R SA LE —S teel in b o a rd m o to rb o a t y e a r course. P h o n e 1170-J. now to o late to n o m in a te ; a lso does a n d m otor, ex cellen t condition, $110 . H O U S E F O R SA LE F ISH IN G CLUB th e e rr o r e ffe c t its w hole tic k e t? C ost $485. A lso tw o ra c in g sloops H O R SE S F O R H IR E FALLS DO W N STAIRS A N N U A L BAN Q U ET A p p a re n tly a f te r m a k in g its choices, cheap. See M r. P a tte rs o n , B e lm a r F O R R E N T w ith option to buy, larg e J. J. Casey R iding School M rs. T orop, p ro p rie to r o f a g ro cery th e co m m ittee decid ed no tr e a s u r e r Y a c h t Club. fu rn ish e d house w ith g ro u n d s n e a r th e one block w est of railroad sto re a t 608 12 th aven u e, n a rro w ly es­ T he a n n u a l b a n q u e t of B e lm a r F is h ­ w ould be n eed ed n e x t y e a r. N o m a t­ beach ; ev ery m odern convenience. Ad­ Spring Lake, N . J. in g C lub w ill be h eld S a tu rd a y even­ cap ed serio u s in ju ry w hen sh e fell te r how you view it, it looks bad! F U R N IS H E D R O O M TO L E T d re ss 218 E lev en th avenue, B elm ar. dow n a flig h t of s ta irs e a rly y e ste rd a y P o stp o n e m e n t o f election m a y be n ec­ ing, S e p te m b e r 7th, a t th e S h a rk R iv e r F U R N IS H E D R O O M TO L E T H ills H otel. m o rn in g . T he f i r s t a id sq u ad w as call­ A ttra c tiv e room w ith o r w ith o u t board. essary . ed a n d she w as a tte n d e d by D r. D an­ H o t a n d cold w a te r. C e n tra lly s itu a t- l o s t -G re e n b a th in g S uit. F in d e r W ith C h arlie M ark u s a t th e helm , it ed. S u itab le fo r school te a c h e r. W rite 1 is h oped th a t ev ery single (o r m a rrie d ) BELMAR EMPLOYMENT AGEN­ A ttractive furnished room; p riv a te iel T rav erso . B ox 11, C oast A d v ertiser. j please call C oast A d v ertiser. Reward. m em b er w ill fo rg e t p erso n a l choices CY—Select Help, White and Color­ fam ily; gll conveniences. P hone B el­ m ar 2344. A PLEA SA N T M EAL a n d su p p o rt h im a s tr u e sp o rtsm e n ed Help for Hotel and Private Fam­ w ould. IS A L A ST IN G M E M O R Y ily. Part Time or Steady. 412 9th L O S T —O n O cean A venue b etw een R i­ T h e B lue C om et, u n d e r th e m a n a g e ­ T h e v o tin g fo r th e o ffic e rs is to Avenue. Phone Belmar 1096. a lto T h e a tre a n d 11th aven u e, W h ite m e n t of R h o d a R obinson, supplies ju s t ta k e p lace on F rid a y evening, A u g u st Greeting cards can be had at tie gold d iam o n d stu d d e d g reen w ris t th a t. D eliciously cooked food, served 30, 1929. All m em b e rs should com e w atch . R e w a rd if re tu rn e d to th e fol­ c o u rteo u sly am id a ttra c tiv e s u rro u n d ­ Sugar Bowl, 902 F street. o u t to c a s t th e ir b allot. low ing a d d re ss: J . R o b ertso n , G en eral ings. On th e F reeh o ld -A sb u ry P a r k D elivery, S o u th B elm ar. FUNERAL DIRECTOR SM ASHING R ED UC TIO N S— YACHT CLUB SM OKER F R ID A Y ro ad . P h o n e 44F3 F a rm in g d a le , fo r D R E S S SALE! re se rv a tio n s. L IC E N S E D E M B A L M E R B e lm a r Y a c h t C lub w ill hold a sm o k ­ Our A nnual A u gu st Clearance Sale RITE ELECTRIC CO. HOM ES CLEANED e r th is F rid a y e v en in g a t 8 o’clock. A now goin g on, closin g out all sum m er Telephone B elm ar 928 Open D ay and N ight good show , sm o k es a n d re fre s h m e n ts dresses and coats a t alm ost h a lf their Dependable Electrical Work original values. It’s w orth a special H ave your hom e cleaned by Louis are assured. Funeral H om e 604 F Street, B elm ar, N . 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"S u re you do. 1 a in ’t ro astin g no man ’cause lie’s from th e country. You go along th e D rive an d see all o' them swell jo in ts w here th e fat boys w ith rosy com plexions hang out. W eil, them boys all come in from th e country, hut they had sense enough to saw wooS and p lan t a little coin when it begin to come easy. I’m te llin ’ you, th e w orst su ck ers you’ll find is som e o’ th ese city people th a t know it all to begin w ith. You can m ake to o k th a t them boys’ll be w orkin’ on bum sa la rie s when th e y ’re gray-headed, and w h a t’s m ore, th e y ’ll be w orking fo r som e R eub th a t come into tow n w earin ’ hand-m e-dow ns.” “ Well, I suppose folks out in th e country do give th e city people too much c red it fo r being sm a rt,” said th e visitor. “Oh, we’ve got ’em sm a rt enough, all rig h t, all rig h t, b u t I ’m tellin ’ you ab o u t th e cheap ones. You’re a s tr a n ­ g er h ere and you see som e guy goin’ along S ta te s tre e t p u ttin ’ on a hor­ rible fro n t, tr y in ’ to kill women rig h t a n d left, and you, say, ‘H ully gee, I w onder w ho th a t case o’ sw ell is, young M arshall Field o r one o’ the M eC ofm icks?’ Well, say, it’s a ten to one sh o t th a t ail th a t th a t fellow ’s got in the w orld he’s got rig h t w ith him, and a t th a t it a in ’t no cinch he’s w earin ’ underclothes. You don’t know —m ebbe th a t guy can ’t spell through th e first read er. Any old fa rm e r w ith one o’ them bunches on his chin could buy him up and a hundred m ore like him. Well, he’s ju s t th e kind of a co u n terfeit th a t’d go out in th e coun­ try and play him self off as th e real boy because he lives in th e city. Now, don’t you fool y o u rself fo r a m inute,

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“You See Some Guy Puttin’ on a Horrible Front.” sto ck y ard s, th e sk y scrap ers and A rtie j Mr. M iller. T ak e my tip. W e’ve got B lan ch ard , and th en buy a box o’ ju s t a s m any su ck ers up here as you’ve got down your w ay.” candy fo r th e loved ones a t home.” “No, b u t I told him you w ere ju s t “I think you’re rig h t about th a t,” a s good as a guide-book.” said Miller, who had been listening. “B e tte r. I can p u t him n ext to “You know it. T ak e them m ashers th in g s th a t a in ’t in th e guide-books. along S ta te street. Can you beat ’em Come over here n ext to th e window anyw here? T hen a little fa rth e r south w here th e re ’s a d ra ft, Mr. Miller. you’ll see them stran d ed boys, goin’ You m ight a s well ta k e th e a ir freely. around on th e ir uppers and livin’ on T h a t’s th e only th in g in C hicago th a t frosted chocolates. T h ey ’d sooner y o u ’ll get fo r n o th in ’.” stan d around in tow n and sta rv e to “I believe you’re about rig h t,” re ­ death than get out som ew here and m ark ed th e cousin, a s he moved over m ake a stan d fo r the coin. Any one to a place n e a r th e window. “Coming o’ them vags th in k s he’s too good to up th e stre e t th is m orning I w anted go out in th e country or to som e little a g lass of w ater, and I finally had to tow n and live decent” go and buy it.” “I t ’s tough down th a t way. I “Is th is th e first tim e you’ve been w alked up through th ere th is m orn­ up ag a in st th e tow n?” ing,” said th e visiting Miiler. “No, I w as here a week th e tim e, “You can get any kind of a gam e o f th e circus, but I d id n ’t get into you w ant down th ere, but you’re safe th is p a rt of tow n m uch.” if you don’t go h u n tin ’ fo r trouble. “ W ell, w hat do you think of it as Any man th a t keeps hot-footin’ right f a r a s you’ve got? W arm tow n, eh ?” along and says no th in ’ to nobody is “ Yes, In d e ed ; w onderful. I alw ays ail right. Of course, when one of these feel ra th e r lost when I get in th e new boys com es in and hu n ts up a crow ds.” speak-easy and say s he’s got money “I s ’pose it is th a t w ay fo r a day to burn, th e re ’s alw ays som e handy o r two, but you’d soon get used to it.” man rig h t th e re to give him a m atch. “I don’t believe I would. T h ere are W hen th a t kind of a m ark comes in too m any people here. I’m afra id I’d they get out th e bottle o’ knockout n ev er get along in Chicago.” drops and get ready to do business. “You w ant to get over th a t in a A man like you, Mr. M iller, w on’t have h u rry . O f course th e re ’s an aw ful no trouble here. And fo r goodness push in th e s tre e ts here any day, and sake, don’t think you’re up ag ain st I s ’pose when you first get in you anything g re a t when you’re m inglin’ kind o’ feel th a t y o u 're up ag ain st a w ith Chicago people. When you come lot o ’ w ise city m ugs and tiiat they to know th e tow n it’s as common as m ust be p n rty fly because they live plowed ground. I know a good show rig h t h ere in town. I’ve had people I’ll ta k e you to to n ig h t.” tell me th a t’s th e w ay they felt at ((c) by George Ade.) first, but it didn’t ta k e ’em long to find out th e re ’s ju s t as m any pin­ Odd Structure Built heads on S ta te stre e t as you’li find an y w h ere out in th e woods.” by California Woman “Oh, I suppose a man would learn W hat is probably A m erica’s q ueer­ about th e city in a little w hile?” est house sta n d s in th e S anta C lara “C ert. It a in ’t w here a m an’s born valley, C alifornia. S pread out like a or w here he w as raised th at puts him w hole village, it has 144 rooms, no in any class, i t ’s w hether lie’s got 12 on th e sam e level, connected by an y th in g u n der his hat. I seen too m iles of ram bling passagew ays and m any o’ th ese hoys kind o’ jum p in corridors. T he house w as built by a front th e country and m ake a lot o’ woman of unlim ited w ealth who be city boys look like rabbits. But if he lieved, so the story goes, th a t a s long com es c a n te rin ’ into town to ne a a s she kept adding to it, would dead-gam e sport and set a pace for ail not die. So. for 38 years, C arpenters th e hoys, w’y, lie don’t last. It’s a w ere kept busy increasing the size. sm all town, .but it’s too big for any its in te rio r suggests a settin g for a one boy to come in from the country m ystery th riller. T h ere a re en tran ces and sc a re it. Then) sporty boys dun i walled .up behind, closet doors opening last. They get in w ith a lot o’ cheap upon blank w ails, trap d o o rs and weird sk a te s and chase aro u n d at nights and step s of only tw o and h alf inch tread th in k th ey ’re the real tiling, and then and balconies over s ta irs w ith no en in a couple o’ moons they go back tran ce to them , says P opular Science home a rd leave all th eir stall in li c k Monthly. Some of the room s contain They think th e y 're fly. but they a in ’t ” elab o rate gold plate and silver fix “ 1 know som e th at have done th at Hires and stain ed glass w indow s val very th in g .” ued at $5,000 apiece.

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Man o' War Was Greatest Racer of All Times. P la n s to Im m ortalize Man o’ W a r by having m ade a life-size bronze of th e fam ous race horse w ere disclosed by Gov. Flem D. Sam pson, follow ing an exchan g e of le tte rs w ith F ra n k C. R eil­ ly, New York, w t# recently conceived th e idea. Reilly saw Man o’ W ar a t Lexington d u rin g a to u r o f th e K entucky biueg ra ss a s a m em ber of th e g o v ern o r’s p a rty on th e Sunday a fte r derby day th is y ear, and recently w rote G overnor Sam pson. R eilly said he h as obtained th e co n sen t of F. G. R. Roth, sculptor, to model Man o’ W ar. Reilly w ired th e g overnor th a t th e consent of Sam ­ uel IX Riddle, ow ner of Man o ’ W ar, h as been obtained su b je c t to a rra n g e ­

m en ts being m ade w ith Miss E lizabeth D aingerfield, horse tra in e r, who has c h a rg e of M an o’ W ar, a s to th e tim e th e m odeling is to be done. I t is planned to have th e bronze c a st from th e scu lp to r’s model by Bertelli, and to place it a t C hurchill D owns, th e course over w hich th e his­ to ric K entucky derby is ru n annu ally . M an o’ W a r is now in stu d a t th e D aingerfield fa rm n e a r L exington. T h e co st of th e casting, delivered in Louisville, would be $7,600, Reilly ad v ised th e governor, a d d in g th a t he w ould head th e su b scrip tio n list w ith a co n trib u tio n of $250. T h e com m is­ sion of th e scu lp to r will be borne by R eilly personally, he said.

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Singles Too Skimpy So Shires Is A fter Homers A rt Shires, w ho h as had plenty of tips and dow ns since joining th e W hite Sox, h as discovered a m ethod of g et­ tin g m ore ups. He is going to get m ore e x tra-b ase hits. “No nse of a g re a t h itte r like me g ettin g him self a flock of skim py sin g le s,” S h ires inform ed th e w orld over th e radio. “ You n ev er get your nam e in th e headlines w ith singles. I t ’s d ista n c e th e public w ants. From now on I’m aim ing fo r th e n ex t coun­ ty. I’m going out a fte r those home runs.” “Come o u t and razz me,” he urged his audience. “You’ll go aw ay ch eer­ ing me when I slam them ag a in st th o s e b leachers. I su re can h it th a t hall and I’m not so bad aro u n d first b ase, e ith e r.”

Connecticut Youth Is Fine Olympic Prospect D an Cbubbuck, C onnecticut Aggie sophom ore, will p u t his hom e tow n on th e m ap a t th e next O lym pics unless all signs fail. Chubbuck, now nineteen, broke tw o E a s te rn in terco lleg iate and five o f his ow n college records in his first season o f v a rsity com petition. He sp ecializes in th e sh o tp n t and discu s and can do m ore th a n his sh a re in th e century, th e broad ju m p and 2'20-yard iow hurdles. Paul E. Bitgood, Aggie coach, now is w orking Chubbuck in th e pole v ault and high ju m p to p re p a re him fo r th e 1929 Penn relays. Bitgood b an k s on h is protege to show h im self w o rth y o f Olympic team consideration a t th is meet.

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S h o rtsto p Jo h n n y B ordes w as tu rn e d over to W heeling (M iddle A tlan tic) by Springfield (T h ree-I). *



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T illie Schuble, b ro th e r o f H einie, of D etro it, is receiving a tria l w ith F o rt W orth (T ex as league). •

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C hief B ender sa y s th e p itch ers of th e A th letics th is y e a r a re th e equal of th a t g re a t sta ff of 1914. •

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Ja c k H aw kins, right-handed flinger, w as p u rch ased from St. P au l (A. A.) by Je rse y City (In te rn a tio n a l). *



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T o ronto h a s S teve O’Neill, E ddie Ainsm ith an d B ill H ungling a s catch ers, to ta lin g n early 120 y e a rs on e a rth . • • • New York baseball re p o rte rs p re ­ dict th a t Bob M eusel will be used only a s a p in ch -h itter a fte r th is season. • • • A jai-alal league is being planned w ith team s in N ew Y ork city, Cleve­ land, P ittsb u rg h , C incin n ati and Chi­ cago. • • • T h e record fo r strik e o u ts in a reg u ­ la r nine-inning baseball gam e is 19, m ade by C h arles Sw eeney of th e old P rovidence N atio n al team . * • • “B ad N ew s” H ale, nlneteen-year-old th ird basem an of th e A lex an d ria team in th e C otton S ta te s league, recently h it seven hom e ru n s in six consecu­ tiv e days. • • • H enry (H a n k ) Severeid and O tis (Doc) C randall, tw o v e te ra n s of th e m a jo r leagues, h av e been released o u t­ rig h t by S acram en to of th e Pacific C oast league. • * * Roy Kolp, C incinnati p itch er, had won only tw o ball gam es a ll season u n til he h ad his fight w ith H ack W il­ son. T hen R ay w ent o u t an d won tw o gam es in fo u r days. •

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C leveland is rep o rted to have of­ fered $45,000 and th re e p lay ers for Gus Suhr, sen satio n al San F ran cisco first sacker, who leads th e Pacific C o ast league in hom e runs. * • * Carl Davis, infielder of th e Joplin club o f th e W estern association, has been tra d e d to th e Springfield (111.) club o f th e T hree-I league fo r B abe H eitzm an, left handed p itcher. • • • C h arles A bbott, v eteran W estern a s­ sociation c a tc h e r w ith th e S ham nee (O kla.) club, h as been recalled by the St. Louis C ard s and sen t to th e ir T h re e I leag u e fa rm a t D anville, 111. • * • “ P ug” Griffin, O m aha (W estern ) m anager, w as honored fa n s of th e N e b rask a m etropolis recently. T he ro o te rs paid th e ir a p p reciatio n to th e pilot by p resen tin g him w ith a gold w atch. •



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M aybe th e tim e Is coming w hen w e can see th e w orld’s se rie s in o u r own sittin g room. How th e p e a n u ts and popcorn men will crab because th e y can n o t get in th e way o f the w hole crow d. • •

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As a pleasin g v a ria tio n of th e old tric k o f m aking a sh o estrin g catc h an d then follow ing it w ith a som er­ sa u lt, a Chicago o u tfielder en te re d a C in cin n ati d ugout on th e ru n an d then dived o u t on h is nose. Roy C arlyle, le ft fielder on th e O ak­ lan d O aks, Pacific C oast league, who, in a gam e w ith th e S an F ran cisco Mis­ sions, m ade th e lon g est hom e ru n ever recorded in baseball, driv in g th e ball 616 f e e t C arlyle w as fo rm erly w ith th e New York Y ankees an d th e Bos­ ton A m ericans.

Clifford (P a t) C raw ford, pinch hit­ te r e x tra o rd in a ry of th e New York Gi­ a n ts, lives a t S um ter, S. C., proudly known a s th e “G amecock C ity.” In his first y e a r in a m ajo r league, young C raw ford is living up to th e tru e s t tra d itio n o f his city. Pinch h itting is n o t easy in baseball. A pinch iiitte r goes in “cold” a fte r sittin g th ro u g h o u t th e aftern o o n on th e bench and th e ad v an ta g e is all in fa v o r of th e p itch er. W ith tw o-thirds o f th e season gone, C raw ford had tied tw o m ajo r league records of all tim e and probably will m ake som e on his own acco u n t before th e c u rta in Is ru n g down. T h e re is no m ore coura­ geous fowl th a n a gam ecock. P a t, w ho w as a football a n d b ase­ ball s ta r a t D avidson college, In his first 26 gam es fo r th e G ian ts confined his a c tiv itie s e n tirely to pinch hitting. H e w alked tw ice an d drove out one sacrifice fly, being charged w ith 23 tim es a t bat. He m ade 8 sa fe hits, scored 7 ru n s and b atted in 14 runs. H is h its included 3 home ru n s and a double. One of the home runs cam e w ith th e bases filled, th e double cleared bases p opulated to th e ir fu ll­ e st capacity an d a n o th e r hom er found tw o on th e bases to score ah ead of th e g re a t pinch slugger. No pinch h itte r in a season h as h it m ore th a n th re e hom e runs. C raw ford goes in to a tie w ith H am H y att, w ho h it th re e fo r P ittsb u rg h in 1913; R ay C aldw ell, w hose efforts w ere effective fo r th e H ighlanders, now th e Y an­ kees, in 1915; E lm er Sm ith, playing fo r C leveland in 1916 an d P a t ColUns fo r St. Louis in 1922. F o u r pinch h itte rs have sw a tte d hom e ru n s w ith th e bases filled, B eals B ecker, in 1910; M arty K avanagh, in 1916; Jo e Connolly, in 1923, and Cy W illiam s, in 1926. _________________ A

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A v eteran P h ilad elp h ia baseball scrib e a ttrib u te s th e high b a ttin g av­ era g e s p rev ailin g in th e m a jo r leagues th is season to th e fre e sw inging of th e w ell-m uscled a th le te s w ith keen eyes and d eterm in atio n a t a clean, un­ m a rre d baseball.

Tom m y L oughran, light heavyw eight cham pion, has m ade th e d ecla ratio n th a t he is th ro u g h w ith his p re se n t class and in th e fu tu re w ill fight in th e h eavyw eight division.

JportingSouibs A1 E sp in o sa’s s is te r is one of th e few woman golf p rofessionals in th e world. •

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C adets a t W est Point like football b est a s a sp o rt. T h e ir second choice is lacrosse. •

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Eddie Shore, B oston hockey sta r, is;, o u t w ith a dem and fo r a new c o n tra c t of $17,500 p er season. * • » F ifteen men an d women have ac­ com plished th e swim of th e E nglish channel sin ce C aptain W ebb’s con­ q u e st in 1875. *

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T h e ap p e a ra n c e of Mrs. May Sutton Bundy a t W im bledon th is y ear w as h e r first since she won th a t tennis classic 24 y e a rs ago. * » • T h e u n k in d est c u t of th e season is gleaned from a St. Louis p ap er w hich re fe rs to Bill T ilden as th e “M olla M allory of m en’s ten n is.” •



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Bob Sage, m iddlew eight boxer, his w ife, K ate, a n d a brother, Gene, a re all law yers. T h e th re e w ere g ra d u a t­ ed from th e U niversity of D etroit. •

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T h e d riv er used by G lenna C ollett w eighs tw elve and one-half ounces. She say s sh e can n o t control a lig h ter club and th a t a h eav ier one controls her. • • • T h e only losses suffered by K n u te R ockne a t N o tre D am e w ere th e g rad ­ u ation of fo u r backs, B rady, Chevigny, Niemic and Collins, tw o line­ men, M iller and L epp'g, an d eig h t flunks. •

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L iverpool—N ew s reaching here to th e effect th a t som e, m em bers of th e New York s ta te crim e com m ission adv o cate w hipping as p a rt of th e pun­ ishm ent for certain sex offenses per­ p e tra te d ag ain st women and children m akes English crim e e x p erts ask why th e punishm ent is not advocated for robbery with violence, especially when w om en, a re th e victim s, as it is som etim es inflicted in E ngland, al­ though E ngland does not punish sex crim es w ith flogging, except in ra re instances. On th e o th er hand, A m erican crim e ex p erts who know th a t w hipping does not alw ays prevent a crim inal from repeating a p a rtic u la r crim e may well ask why in exceptionally vicious cases of robbery of women w ith violence in E ngland the term of im prisonm ent is alw ays d isproportionately sh o rt, even when th e w hipping is tak en into con­ sideration. Twelve Strokes of “ Cat." An exam ple of w hat the averag e A m erican crim inal court w ould regard a s an absurdly light im prisonm ent, even in view of th e w hipping, w as fu r­ nished by th e sen ten ce of A lbert G runshaw , tw enty-six. to tw elve stro k es of th e “c a t” and six m onths’ im prisonm ent w hen he caused his woman victim excru ciatin g pain by throw ing pepper in her eyes, a fte r first firing tw o blank c a rtrid g e s in her face a t a d istan ce of tw o feet, w hich might well have blinded h e r fo r life. T he sentence w as im posed by J u s ­ tice C harles a t th e Liverpool A ssizes fo r an attem p ted robbery of the funds of the sub-post office in Bolton road, L ancaster. T he six m onths’ im prison­ m ent, by th e way, will be served in th e “second division,” w here prison­ e rs have m any m ore privileges th a n if they w ere not given th a t form of sentence. G runshaw w ent into th e sub-post office ju s t as Miss E lizabeth Ellen C ottam , tile postm istress, w as closing. She had counted her receipts, about $135, and they w ere on th e counter. G runshaw asked fo r a money ord er. Miss C ottam w as handing it to G run­ shaw when he produced a sp o rtin g pistol used for s ta rtin g races and loaded with blank cartrid g es. He tired tw o sh o ts into th e w om an’s face and then threw the pepper, w hich blinded her and caused the horrible pain. Miss C ottam scream ed but did not quit. She grabbed G runshaw and w as fighting w ith him when an o th e r wom­ an in the building cam e to the rescue. G runshaw forced th e o th er woman out, closed th e door, and resum ed th e a t­ tack on Miss C ottam . They fell to th e floor. Holding th e woman w ith one hand, G runshaw grabbed th e money w ith th e other. He w as about to m ake his escape w hen a constable arrived. Short in Accounts. G runshaw m ade his a tte m p t a t rob­ bery on a busy street.- H is d eterm in a­ tion and viciousness w ere show n n o t only by firing the pistol blanks th a t m ight have blinded Miss C ottam and by throw ing th e pepper th a t blinded her tem porarily and might have blinded her perm anently, but by re­ tu rn in g to th e a ttack . H is m otive w as revealed a t his trial, when it w as te s­ tified th a t he w as about $100 sh o rt in his accounts w ith a club of w hich he w as tre a su re r. Not a redeem ing fe a tu re m arked th is cruel, carefully prem ed itated crim e inspired by an o th e r crim e of his own, yet in addition to th e tw elve stro k es of the cat G runshaw will do no m ore th an six m onths in prison, w ith tim e off for good behavior. T h a t tlie “c a t” does not necessarily d eter w as evidenced recently by a n ­ o th er E nglish case in w hich a man convicted o f robbery of a woman w ith violence asked fo r and received a sentence of 18 stro k es with th e c a t in com bination w ith a sh o rt term in p re f­ erence to a long term w ithout th e “c a t,” but it undoubtedly does d e te r m any and possibly th e m ajo rity of crim in als who would be inclined to rob women w ith violence.

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Crowd Is Generous to Starving U. Graduate New York.—A young man collapsed a t B roadw ay and E ighty-eighth stre e t. A crow d g athered. He w as h eard to m u tte r som ething about being hungry. Som eone in th e crow d slipped aw ay and reap p eared w ith coffee and san d ­ w iches from a re sta u ra n t. T h e young m an a te an d collapsed again. An am ­ bulance arriv ed . T he doctor a n ­ nounced th e young m an w as starv in g . T h ere w as a m ovem ent in the crow d, a hat w as passed, and in a few m inutes a p u rse of $100 w as col­ lected. A w oman who had stopped h e r c a r a t th e scene took th e young m an aw ay, prom ising him a night’s lodging and tr a in fa r e home. T h e young man w as E rn est B ar­ ber, tw enty-three, a recent g ra d u a te o f th e U niversity o f V irginia, w ho had com e h ere w ith his diplom a and high hopes to m ake his fortune, but had been unable to find w ork. He had not eate n in th ree days. Heavy C an cer Toll London.—T he house ot comm ons approved an ap p ro p riatio n of $500,000 to be sp en t fo r radium to be d is trib ­ uted in th e h ospitals for tre a tm e n t of can cer victim s. It w as revealed d u r­ ing th e proceedings th a t 54,000 p er­ sons had died of can cer in G reat B rit­ ain during 1927

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E d w a rd F . L y m an , Jr., w as b o rn in p o sitio n s o f tr u s t in consequence. M an a sq u a n fo rty -six y e a rs ago, th e son M r. L y m a n is tr e a s u r e r a n d a fo r­ of E d w a rd F . a n d ' G e o rg ia n a B ailey m e r p re sid e n t o f B e lm a r B u ild in g an d L y m an . L o an A ssociation, one of th e few orE n te re d a s seco n d -class m a tte r a t th< M r. L y m a n received his e a rly ed u c a ­ g a n -z a tio n s of th e k in d th a t ow ns its P o s t O ffice a t B elm a r, N ew J e rse y tio n in th e public schools of K ey p o rt own building. H e w as fo r th ree y e a rs u n d e r th e A c t o f C ongress. a n d g ra d u a te d fro m A tla n tic H ig h ­ a m em b er o f P o in t P le a s a n t councilla n d s H ig h School. m an ic b o ard b efore com ing to B elm ar S U B S C R IP T IO N R A T E S F ollo w in g in his f a th e r ’s fo o tstep s, a n d w a s d is tric t .clerk th e re fo r tw o S ingle C opy ..............—— ......................... ............................ 04 M r. L y m an b eg an h is c a re e r in th e y ears. T h re e M o n th s ........ —........................... ...... .40 v a st field of ra ilro a d in g , h is f ir s t posi­ Six M o n th s ....................................... 75 tio n b ein g th a t of sta tio n a g e n t a t O n e Y e a r .................. I I I $ L 5 0 G alilee fo r th e C e n tra l R a ilro a d of New Je rse y . Such a p osition in th o se In o rd e rin g th e c h a n g e of su b scrip ­ d ay s re q u ire d th e in c u m b e n t to be a tio n a d d re ss, p lease give th e old a s clerk, a c c o u n ta n t, c a sh ie r a n d a s tu d ­ en t o f geog rap h y . w ell a s th e n ew a d d re ss. M r. L y m a n soon gave evidence of his ab ility a n d a f te r tw o y e a rs w as tr a n s ­ N ew s Ite m s o f local a n d . p e rso n a l in ­ fe rre d to. S p rin g L ak e, w h ere h e be­ te r e s t invited. cam e te le g ra p h o p e ra to r fo r th e N ew Y o rk a n d L ong B ra n c h R a ilro a d in S u m m er, a n d a ssiste d a t h is m anysided old job d u rin g th e w in ter. H is fo n d n e ss fo r a n d a d e p tn e ss a t fig u re s a n d d e ta il led M r. L y m an to a c c e p t a p o sitio n a s b o o k k eep er in the O cean C a su a lty N a tio n a l B a n k a t P o in t P le a s a n t in 1904. H e quicklyP O L IT IC A L C O M B IN A TIO N S proved h is efficien cy th e re a n d w as T h e F a ll C am p a ig n fo r th e election a p p o in te d a s s is ta n t c a sh ie r in a v ery s h o rt tim e. of a S ta te S e n a to r, S h eriff, tw o A ssem ­ F ro m th e 7 O cean C a su a lty M r. L y­ blym en, a n d tw o F re e h o ld e rs is in m a n cam e to B e lm a r in 1917 to a c c e p t p ro g re ss. W hile it m a y seem a little b it e a rly to th e a v e ra g e citizen, th e h is p re s e n t position a s c a sh ie r of th e f a c t is t h a t th e le a d e rs a re b u sy a n d F ir s t N a tio n a l B a n k . I t is g e n e ra lly conceded th a t it is th ro u g h M r. L y­ h a v e th e ir e a rs to th e g ro u n d . T hey m a n ’s a b ility a s a b a n k e r a n d to his ! a re p o n d e rin g th e p o ssib ility o f e ffe c t­ E D W A R D F . LYM AN, J r . u n tirin g e n e rg y th a t th e b a n k to d a y j in g “sw a p s” a s in th e old d ay s. T he H e is a m em b er of O cean L odge, No. ow es its env iab le p o sitio n a m o n g th e ' D e m o c ra tic le a d e r of M onm o u th C oun­ 89, F . a n d A. M., of B elm ar; Goodwin b a n k in g in s titu tio n s o f th e s ta te . ty, it is re p o rte d , is try in g to b rin g C h a p te r, No. 36, R . A. M.; O cean M r. L y m a n h a s alw ay s ta k e n a deep j a b o u t su c h co m b in a tio n s t h a t in h is B each L odge, No. 86, K n ig h ts of P y th ­ in te re s t in B e lm a r’s w e lfa re a n d h a s j m in d w ill a ss u re th e D e m o c ra ts o f a t ias; th e F ir s t P re s b y te ria n C hurch; le a s t one o r tw o o f th e o ffices to be sin cerely le n t h is aid to a n y m ove- 1 m e n t te n d in g to w a rd th e b o ro u g h ’s ^ ^ B e’m a r v o te d fo r a t th e G en eral E lectio n , 6 | Y a c h t Club, a n d B e ln ia r F is h in g Club. pro g ress. T uesd ay , N o v em b er 5 th n ex t. T he tw o M r. L y m a n is devoted to y ach tin g , H e sqrved a s c o u n cilm an fo r sev e ra l m a jo r offices to be filled a re : S ta te a n d a n e x p e rt in h a n d lin g a boat. H e F IS H IN G CLU B B A IT y ea rs, a n d h is m a rk e d ex ecu tiv e a b il­ S e n a to r a n d S h eriff. T he R ep u b lican Deep Sea Fishing and h a s w on n u m e ro u s tro p h ie s a t the W eekly P riz e W in n ers bay. In a d d itio n to th ese ra c e b o a ts c a n d id a te s w ho receiv ed th e decisive ity a n d fa r-sig h te d n e ss c a u se d h im to sp o rt. H e is a g re a t b eliev er in o u t­ F re d P fe iffe r ra n o ff w ith first Deep Sea-Sickness th ere a re now b u t a h a n d fu l of bo ats, n o m in a tio n s a t th e la te p rim a rie s, As­ be looked u p o n a s one o f th e m a in ­ d o o r life a n d a n a r d e n t golfer. H e prize w ith his fish of 5 lbs. 14 oz., an d sta y s of th e local g o v e rn m e n t. Mr. sem b ly m a n E . D o n ald S te rn e r a n d m a rrie d in 1908 M iss F ra n c e s E . Se- w as seconded w ith th e w e ig h t of 4 lb. w h e re a s befroe th e closing of C arp en ­ T he o w n ers of th e “M arie,” a re ­ C hief C lerk W illiam R. O ’B rien o f th e L y m a n ’s ju d g m e n t in fin a n c ia l a ffa irs goine a n d h a s a b e a u tifu l hom e on 4 oz. c a u g h t by J o h n K e rr, J r . T hen te r ’s P av ilio n th e re w ere tim es w hen is a s n e a rly in fallib le a s h u m a n ju d g ­ v am ped su b -ch aser, a re p -e p a rin g th e ir S h e riff’s O ffice, possess re c o rd s of N o rth L a k e drive. F re d H . M iller, a p rev io u s f ir s t prize m e n t c a n be a n d he holds n u m e ro u s th e w a te r seem ed c lu tte re c w ith th e se a w o rth y c ra f t fo r fish in g p arties. serv ice a n d a re c a n d id a te s u p o n these cap to r, to o k th ird place w ith a 3 lb. 16 craft,. A re “T hem D ays G one F o r­ T h is b o a t can acco m m o d ate one h u n ­ re co rd s. T h e y b o th k n o w th e ir jobs. oz. fish. e v e r? ” dred p assen g ers. W h a t m o re c a n th e citizen s of th e F R A N C E A P P R O V E S C H O IC E O F In flu x of G u ests A N S W E R , P L E A S E I t h a s ta k e n th e sn a p p e rs to d ra w T h ro u g h th e c o u rte sy of C h arles F. C o u n ty d e m a n d of c a n d id a te s se ek in g A m ong th o se loo k in g over th e B el­ G arrow , th e p ress of B e lm a r acco m ­ o u t th e row boats, so tha.t now one can C o u n ty o ffic e s? In M ay o r F r a n k D u r­ E D G E AS N E W A M BASSA DO R m a r F is h in g P ie r la s t w eek w as H a rry see q u ite a few every day. O f course a n d of S ea G irt, th e p a r ty h a s a c a n ­ 1. W h a t is a c a v a lry so ld ie r c a rr y ­ E . F itz g e ra ld , W riter of the R od an d panied h im on th e cru ise la s t Sunday. som e c ra b fro m row boats, too, still it A n n o u n c e m e n t b y th e s ta te d e p a rt­ d id a te f o r A ssem bly w ho h a s th e in ­ in g a fire a rm a n d tra in e d to fig h t on G un colum ns in th e R e p o rte r S ta r of N ow it so h a p p e n s t h a t 't h a t b o a t rid es p a rtic u la rly sm ooth a t fa ir speed, and seem s th a t m an y c ra b b e rs m erely go te r e s ts of th e sh o re re s o rts a t h e a rt m e n t a t W a sh in g to n th a t S e n a to r fo o t a s w ell as on h o rs e b a c k ? O rlando, F la . A cco rd in g to h is ow n so fo r all on b o ard th e tr ip o u t w as de ab o u t on foot. a n d h a s alw ay s been fo u n d in th e v a n ­ E d g e of N ew J e rs e y w ould be a c c e p t­ 2. W h a t is th e title given to a n y of­ w ords h e w as fa v o ra b ly im p ressed O u tb o ard s s tir up co n sid erab le w eed g u a rd o f e v e ry e ffo rt fo r th e b e tte r­ able to th e F re n c h g o v e rn m e n t a s a m ­ fic e r w ho is d e le g a ted by a sovereign w ith th is a ttra c tiv e stro n g h o ld of fish ­ lightfu-1. D esp ite th e w a rm th of th e m e n t of th e ir m u n icip alities. T h o m as b a ssa d o r to P a ris rev iv ed sp ecu latio n to ex ercise re g a l a u th o r ity in his erm en. T h e im p ressio n w as so secu re sun, fo r it w as h o t on shore, it w as in th e ir w ake, an d because of th e ir v e ry c o m fo rta b le a t sea. I t also h a p ­ new speeding ab ilities th e y a re cen ­ M. G opsill is a n ex p erien ced leg islato r, a s to th e d a te th e se n io r N ew J e rse y n a m e ? in his m ind t h a t he w rite s fo r som e pens th a t a n y b o a t in a g ro u n d sw ell te rs of a ttra c tio n . N o t th a t sp e c ta to rs se n a to r w ill leave W ash in g to n . a n d th e w hole tic k e ts spells efficiency, 3. W h a t is th e n a m e of th e a r tif i­ d e ta ils as to how a n d w hy fish a re h ere w ill ro c k n o ticeab ly w h en n o t ru n n in g m erely g e t a k ick o u t of w a tc h in g W h en in fo rm e d o f th e a p p ro v a l of cial w a te rw a y by m ean s o f w hich all cau g h t. w ith F re e h o ld e rs H a rry G. B o rd en an d u n d e r pow er, a n d fo r b ait’ fish in g it is th em sk im ac ro ss th e bay, r a th e r th a t B o rd e n A. J e ffre y , tw o experienced th e F re n c h g o v ern m en t, S e n a to r E d g e n a v ig a tio n is c a rrie d ro u n d th e falls F ro m N e w a rk cam e H on. W illiam J. d esirable, yes, n ecessary , to cease ru n ­ th e y do n o t w a n t to m iss seein g a n y said th e in fo rm a tio n w as g ra tify in g , m en s u re o f reelectio n . a n d ra p id s of N ia g a ra . W h a t did it E g a n to rig h tly in sp e c t th e local fish spills. T he o u tb o a rd e rs also sk ip ning. b u t a d d ed t h a t h is a m b a ssa d o rsh ip c o st? em porium . As to w h a t Bill know s Ah, th e re lay th e ru b fo r th e p ress of a ro u n d th e in le t q u ite a bit, an d th e w as a s u b je c t h e could n o t d iscu ss a t T H E G R A F Z E P P E L IN 4. W h a t is th e in s tru m e n t fo r m eas- a b o u t fish in g , w e h e s ita te to guess, B elm ar. A t f i r s t he w as u n a ffe c te d v e n tu reso m e d riv e rs even go to sea in th is tim e. F o rm a l n o m in a tio n b y P re s in g sh a k in g s, tre m o rs a n d tiltin g of still w e b e t he b a c k s h is fish sto ries a n d ab le to w a tc h th e fellow s p u llin g th e ir fra il c ra ft. In th e six te e n th c e n tu ry M agellan id e n t H o o v er a n d c o n firm a tio n by th e th e e a rh t? w ith fig u re s a p len ty . A lso fro m N ew ­ in th e fish, b u t th is w as n o t to hav e H ig h tid es p e rm it la rg e r b o ats to c irc u m n a v ig a te d th e globe in a sa ilin g s e n a te a re still to come. 5. W h a t w as it t h a t w as p re se n te d a r k we fin d Jo h n F a n th , R . F elto n , been h is fa te . I t w as soon observed e n te r on th e bay, an d v e ry o ften one vessel, a n d th e fa c t h a s been d ru m m e d T h e close a sso c ia tio n S e n a to r E d g e by th e K hed iv e of E g y p t to th e U nited Jo e B rady, P a u l B u rn e, E . B adgely, S. th a t la n d sm a n L ouis h ad his eyes upon ca n see fish in g sk ifs o r la rg e ru n a ­ in to th e h e a d s of school c h ild re n ever h a s h a d w ith th e ta r if f bill, w h ich w ill S ta te s a n d placed in C e n tra l P a r k in G. E ag le, B ill Z nik, R. R e tch in g s, H e r­ th e onco m in g ro llers in an u n frie n d ly b o u ts up th a t w ay. G en erally th o u g h , sin ce a s one o f th e m o st p ro g ressiv e be th e f ir s t b u sin ess to com e befo re 1881 a n d w h a t w as it p o p u larly called ? m an a n d H a rry M endel, W m . V anel, m a n n e r. N ev er th e tw ain did m eet, th e y a re to be fo u n d e a s t of th e ra il­ ste p s ta k e n by m a n u p to th a t tim e. th e s e n a te w h en it ta k e s u p a c tiv e ses­ 6. W h a t c o u n try is le a rn in g to re a d H . M esin g er a n d if t h a t h a s n o t o th e r still c o n ta c t w as e n tire ly u n n e c e ssa ry ro ad bridge. A t tim es q u ite a la rg e N ow we a re fa c e to face w ith a new sions in S ep tem b er, is ex p ected to hold a n d w rite in a new sty le w ith a n a l­ cities b e a t fo r v isito rs to th e B e lm a r fo r m erely th e g en tle sw ay o f th e ship fle e t m ay be seen an c h o re d in a group. circ u m n a v ig a tio n o f th e globe—by h im in W a sh in g to n u n til fin a l disp o si­ p h a b e t o f 31 le tte r s ? P ie r, w h a t of it. w as p ro d u c in g a sen satio n , asid e fro m m ean s of a m o d ern a irsh ip —a fe a t th a t tio n of th e m e a su re . As a m e m b e r of 7. W h a t is th e te rm given to th e F ro m M aplew ood, N . J., A. L ew is; sleep, u p o n him . In c re a sin g a c tiv ity w ould h a v e been th o u g h t im possible th e s e n a te fin a n c e c o m m ittee, S e n a to r su b s ta n c e s em ployed in th e a r ts to a s ­ O f N ew o Y rk C ity, C has. F ra n k e n - in c u rre d in c re a sin g a c tiv ity a s a C hem ­ even a few y e a rs ago. T h e G ra f Zep­ E d g e h a s ta k e n a p a r t in th e rev isio n sist th e re d u c tio n o f a m eta lic ore an d b u rg , Ju le s B o n tet, A rt H ab ersto le, Mr. is try s tu d e n t m ig h t say —or m ig h t we pelin is n e a rin g th e end of its ro u n d - of th e ho u se ta r if f bill th r o u g h o u t th e th e fu sio n o f th e m e ta l? D illon, F r a n k G re e ty a n d so n ; B ro o k ­ have m e a n t P h y sics, r a t h e r th a n th e th e-w o rld to u r—fro m L a k e h u rst, N . J., su m m er. 8. W h a t is th e c o m m ittee o f th e lyn, C has. D avis, Ja m e s B ro w n ; P h ila ­ f ir s t m en tio n ed su b ject. G o v e rn o r to A p p o in t S e n a to r to L a k e h u rst, N. J., w ith o n ly th re e H o u se of R e p re se n ta tiv e s, ch a rg e d delphia, O. T. H a rtb u e r, J a c k K elly of L ik e p o u rin g oil upon tro u b led w a t­ Hundred and Ten Footer A lth o u g h G o v e rn o r M o rg a n F . L a r­ w ith th e ra is in g of rev en u e a n d the sto p s in betw een. T h in k of it. N ev er th e D over F is h in g Club a n d th e follow ­ ers, th e s k ip p e r s ta rte d th e b o a t a g a in y e t h a s th e re been su c h a n u n d e rta k ­ son believes in a co n fe re n c e of le a d e rs p a y m e n t o f th e n a tio n a l d e b t? in g fro m th e sam e club, D r. C has. Han- a n d a f t e r it h ad stra ig h te n e d o u t a bit, Makes Trip to Sea Through ing, a n d ev ery in d ic a tio n p o in ts to com to d iscu ss th e a p p o in tm e n t o f a su c­ 9. W h en a n u m b e r of sto ck h o ld ers kinson, T. J . M eany, A. H am m e rth e p re ss of B e lm a r did likew ise. H e plete success. D ay by d a y th e eyes of ce sso r to U n ite d S ta te s S e n a to r W al­ in a c o rp o ra tio n a g re e to p lace th e ir Shark River Inlet sch m id t, E a rl C lym er, M. S. L entz, did not, how ever, look a t th e fis h e r­ th e w o rld h av e been fo cu ssed on th is te r E . E d g e “m ig h t be a good th in g sto c k in th e h a n d s of one o r m ore p e r­ Ja c o b B u rck , H . G. L entz, E . V anA nda, m en in th e s te rn w ith th e ir squid lines g re a t, ep o ch -m ak in g flig h t—a n ev e n t fro m th e s ta n d p o in t of th e R e p u b lican so n s to w h o m th e y give pow ers of a t ­ E d D u n n ; D over, J . T u rn e y ; C hester, o u t; r a t h e r h e c o n sta n tly k e p t eyes t h a t w ill loom f a r la r g e r in th e h is to ry p a rty ,” h e s ta te d h e w ould d ep en d to rn e y a u th o riz in g th e m to v ote th e ir A fav o red few hav e th e use an d pro­ P a., N . P e a t; W a rre n , O., M rs. A. V. books o f th e fu tu re th a n th e fam o u s u p o n h is ow n ju d g m e n t in m a k in g a sto c k a t electio n s, w h a t is su ch a u th ­ S k in n e r; H illsidde, M r. a n d M rs. H. fro n t. Seem ed s o r t of lo n g in g to re a c h te c tio n of th e lagoon fo r th e ir boats. th e sh o re w hich h e w as w atch in g . B u t f e a t o f M agellan. T h e flig h t o f D r. d ecision in th e m a tte r. "T h a t,” he o riz a tio n called ? W . D en n in g ; P a ssa ic , Ju d g e D u ffy ; th is w as n o t to be so—by m an y h o u rs In one re s p e c t th e y a re n o t so fav o red E c k e n e r a n d h is c re w p re sa g e s a new s ta te d , “is m y ow n a p p o in tm e n t an d fo r th e lagoon e n tra n c e is such th a t 10. W h a t w as th e su rn a m e of a fa m S outh O range, F re d K a u c h e r, G eorge —fo r a n o th e r sp o t w as soon selected p assa g e dep en d s upon tid es a n d skill. e ra o f p ro g re ss—it h a s th e m o st v ita l I in te n d to m a k e it m yself." ily o f W elsh e x tra c tio n w hich occupied R a a tz ; W. O ran g e, R. Y ubles; O range, fo r fish in g , a d rift. b e a rin g on fu tu re co m m erce a n d A nd of course all th e sk ip p e rs a re th e th ro n e of E n g la n d fro m 1485 to T. I. B erg ; H oboken, J . J. O’H a r a ; S im ilar to a co n tin u ed sto ry , th e re skilled. tra v e l. C IR C U S CO M IN G TO T O W N 1603. M ontclair, C. J. F o c h t; N o rth A rlin g ­ w as a re v ie w o f th e p revious proceed­ I n th e n a rro w of th e in le t w ill be A n sw ers w ill be fo u n d on a n o th e r to n ,F red o H efer; O cean iCty, fro m th e ings, s o rt of lead in g up to g re a t th r ill­ H u n t’s C ircus, a th re e -rin g p ro d u c ­ p a g e in th is issue. NO R E L IE F IN SIGHT O cean C ity F is h in g Club, R o b e rt Vol- e rs y e t to cornel I t is w ondered if fo u n d one of th e la rg e s t b o ats th a t h a s tion, tr a n s p o rte d upon th e ir ow n fle e t lum , J. B. B ugby, C. H in g e rfo rd , Jr., said la n d lu b b e r ca n even re m e m b e r y e t com e in to S h a rk R iver. A glance N o a c tio n on b each p o llu tio n by N ew of f a s t m o v in g m o to r tr u c k s is to p ay R a y L iday, W m . B ow m an a n d C h arles t h a t on one o f th e rolls, one fellow lo st a t th e le n g th —a h u n d re d a n d te n fe e t Y o rk g a rb a g e w ill be ta k e n th is su m ­ W e st B e lm a r a v is it on T h u rsd a y , Aug. V ollum ; A tla n tic C ity, E lm e r H . E m - h is squid to a p resu m ab ly , bonita. T h a t —a n d y o u ’ll w o n d er how it ca n be m er, a n d in a ll likelihood, th is y ear. 29th. w etch er, A nglers Club, W . P . Cline, Jr., s trik e cau sed a b it of ex citem en t, a n d tu rn e d ab o u t. A nd p e rh a p s la s t S un­ A cco rd in g to th e a d v a n c e a g e n ts, T h e s u it in s titu te d b y th is s ta te H . W . S h an er, T. B o rn et, D avis B o m et, a t le a s t th e fish e rm a n w ill rem em b er d ay you w ere am o n g th e ones w ho a g a in s t th e C ity of N ew Y o rk to re ­ th is show , p re s e n ts a p ro g ra m w ith a s G. W . G aul; F lu sh in g , Geo. W. R o b in ­ it f o r aw hile. H ow ever, th e big c a tc h ­ w atc h e d th e eig h ty fo o ter com e in to s tr a in d u m p in g of re fu se a t sea, is m a n y o r m o re n o v elties a n d in n o v a­ th e riv e r fo r a b rie f stay . T h en re ­ son of th e L. I. F . C. e s a r e y e t to com e, especially on d ay s m em b er t h a t th e re a re loads of boats: shelv ed in th e a rc h iv e s of th e S u p rem e tio n s a s a n y c irc u s u p o n th e ro a d to ­ w hen fish in g is good. C o u rt, w h e re it a w a its th e p le a su re of day, h a v in g e v e ry th in g t h a t th e big t h a t should use S h a rk R iv e r fo r a t A “H A S B E E N ” COM ES BACK J u s t d ro p in to th e office a n y tim e if t h a t a u g u s t body a f te r it reco n v en es in ra ilro a d show s h av e, a n d p re s e n tin g a s As if to c o rre c t su ch a n erro n eo u s you w a n t to k n o w w h e th e r o r n o t to le a s t a “h a lf w ay ” p o rt, now th a t th e s e O ctob er. T he w o rk in g s of th e m a c h in ­ m a n y fe a tu re a c ts, a s th e c o st o f tr a n s id e a th a t th e y n e v e r com e back, an d a t ta k e a tr ip to sea. L ouis w ould n o t tw o hav e show n th e cap ab ilities of th e e ry of th e S u p rem e C o u rt a re slow an d p o rta tio n is so m u c h c u t dow n th a t it th e sam e tim e go a ste p fu r th e r by h av e m issed th a t tr ip fo r a n y th in g and riv er. to rtu o u s, a n d th e J e rs e y c o a st is liable allow s th e m a n a g e m e n t to sp en d m u ch All th is is a s t a r t fo r B e lm a r and! S u rp assin g th o se claim in g to be up-to- h e did m iss a lot, b u t now his loss h a s to be stre w n w ith re fu se fro m N ew m o re m oney in th e p ro d u c tio n of th e th e-m in u te an g lers, D ave A. M cIn ty re a c te d fo r th e best, a n d he is in trim S h a rk R iver. P e rh a p s th e n e x t th in g N ew Y o rk ’s k itc h e n s m a n y tim e s be­ m a in p ro g ra m p ro p er. w ill be p a sse n g e r an d fre ig h t ships; step p ed o u t on th e B e lm a r iP e r T ues­ H u n t’s C ircu s h a s b e e n a te n te d o r­ Not That Its Any of His d a y evening, A u g u st 20th a n d fo r fo r com e w h a t m ay. fo re th e m etro p o lis is fo rc e d by law d o ck in g a t B elm ar. A nd th e n h y d ro ­ in to a sen se of decency. g a n iz a tio n fo r th e p a s t th irty -fiv e a e ro p lan es m a k in g re g u la r sto p s in th e aw hile h eld off; ju s t fish in g w ith b a it­ y e a rs a n d h a s alw a y s a c co rd ed its p a­ Darned Business, but Our less tackle. T hen, w hen a larg e enough T H E C H A R L O T T E V IS IT S B E L M A R bay. S till in th e fu tu re , co n sid e ra b le tro n s a good, clean, m o ra l e n te r ta in ­ G U N N IN G SE A SO N O P E N S p riv a te b o a t tr a ffic e n te rin g a t th e in­ crow d h a d assem bled a t th e clubhouse T h e h o u seb o at “C h a rlo tte ” of th e Co­ let, an d th en ce to go th ro u g h th e p ro ­ m en t, a n d a s th e a d v a n c e a g e n t says, , Nosy Correspondent Would he g o t dow n to business. S h o rtly he lu m b ia Y a c h t C lub m ade a tr ip to T h e w a rn in g in a fo rm o f a p e ste r it n eed s no sp ecial in tro d u c tio n to th e I L i k e t o K n O W : cam e in a n d stu p tifie d th e w itn esses S h a rk R iv er. T h is b o at is fro m N ew ­ posed can al, to th e in la n d ro u te. to h u n te r s w ho p la n to fill th e ir bags show -going p u b lic a s th e y k n o w th a t 1 ✓ ____ L ook fo r a new H ig h T ide o f a c tiv ­ by h a u lin g b eh in d a la rg e strip e d bass. a rk , ow ned by D ecozen of a u to fam e. w ith m a lla rd s a n d b ra n t, h a s been is­ th e y w ill see n o th in g t h a t is n o t ab - ; w h o said “D ot" T he fish topped th e scales a t 14 lbs. I t a ttr a c te d a tte n tio n by v irtu e o f its ity on S h a rk R iv er! is a novice w ith su ed b y th e U. S. D e p a rtm e n t o f A gri- so lu tely w o rth w h ile in e v e ry re s p e c t h o o k a n d lin e ? 11 ounces. T o f u r th e r a p p re c ia te th e spic a n d sp an ap p e a ra n c e , th ro u g h o u t .c u ltu re . a n d fro m e v rey ang le. j ____ a m az in g fe a tu re s of th is com eback its eig h ty feet. Come ag ain , sk ip p er, “L E A V E IT TO P O L L Y * T hose w ho w a tc h th e so u th w a rd H u n t’s C ircus S logan is “N o t so Big, H o w m u ch did th a t eel w eigh? ju s t rem em b er t h a t fo r th e p a s t w eek w nen you can s ta y longer! p a ss a g e o f th e b ird s a lo n g th e N ew B u t so G ood.” m o st m em b ers h av e openly co m p lain ­ “L eave I t to P o lly ,” a th re e -a c t com ­ J e r s e y c o a st a re w a rn e d th a t th e duck, W h e re w ere th e k ic k e rs T u esd ay ed ab o u t th e p oorness of fish in g condi­ edy, w ill be sta g e d T h u rsd a y a n d F r i­ goose, b ra n t, a n d co o t m a y be ta k e n B E L M A R A U T O IST G E T S e v en in g ? tions. T h en a d d to t h a t th e f a c t th a t LOOKING AROUND day, A u g u st 29th a n d 30th, a t th e C al­ only b e tw een O cto b er 16 a n d J a n u a r y th is reco rd fish w as ta k e n on th e end v a ry B a p tis t C h u rch , T h irte e n th av e­ SU SPEN D ED SEN TEN C E BELMAR WATERS 31. T h e re w ill be a n open seaso n on W h a t does ju s tic e m ean in South of th e pier. T h e re ’s a m a rk fo r th e n u e a n d E s tre e t. W ilso n ’s sn ip e o r Ja c k s n ip e in N ew p re s e n t ex p e rts to tr y for, le t alone the S am L ew in, o f 1101 B s tre e t, B elm a r, B e lm a r? T he c a s t is as follow s: M iss P risc illa J e r s e y b e tw een th e sam e tw o d ates. N a v ig a tio n on S h a rk R iv e r is m o st o th e r “h a s b eens.” T h e N ew J e rs e y open seaso n on w as g iv en a su sp en d ed se n te n c e by c e rta in ly on th e in crease. N ow it is K ittin , p rin cip al, C larice S in n ill; M iss I f a cop’s jo b is a lazy m a n ’s jo b ? W oodcock ex te n d s fro m O cto b er 15 to Ju d g e T u m e n M o n d ay on c h a rg e s of n o t unco m m o n to see canoes tra v e l­ B ed elia K ittin , h e r siste r, H elen CoeyF is h in g on B e lm a r P ie r N o v em b e r 14. Q uail m a y be ta k e n fro m re c k le ss d riv in g , c a u sin g a n a ccid en t, in g in th e sh allo w cre e k s ru n n in g in to m a n ; M iss C letav ia H a rd in g , in s tru c ­ W ho s ta r te d th is a rg u m e n t? Som ehow m o st of th e fish seem to S e p te m b e r 1 to N o v e m b e r 30 a n d Gal- a n d fa ilu re to c a rr y p ro p e r license th e b a y ; a n d also c ru isin g a ro u n d th e to r, L e o n a M egill; A nnie, th e m aid, E l­ k n o w th e hom e of p ro ffic ie n t an g lers, lin u le fro m O cto b er 16 to N o v em b er 30. card s, w h en h e a g re e d to se ttle fo r b a y in g en eral. T he d red g ed holes on sa H a u g ; M ario n E ste rb ro o k , Ju n io rs, W H Y T E S T R E E T SID E W A L K S fo r la s t w eek th e y ’ve ste e re d c le a r of d a m a g e s w ith G eorge H . Culp, o f 42 C h a rlo tte T ay lo r; H ild a M ason, A gnes A c tin g on a c o m p la in t ab o u t the th e B e lm a r P ie r. J u s t th e sam e a few S h a rk R iv e r H ills S hores a t t r a c t m a n y Y ou p ro b a b ly th in k y o u ’ve m ad e W e st M ain s tre e t, W ay n esb o ro , P a ., fro m th e B e lm a r side, fo r th e sp o ts A lgor; L illian M artin , C a th e rin e S tev­ c o n d itio n o f W h y te s tr e e t sidew alks m u s t hav e m issed th e d e to u r sig n s fo r en so n ; I n a S in clair, M y rtle W ooley; y o u r la s t w o rth le ss in v e stm e n t, b u t d riv e r of th e o th e r c a r a n d co m p lain ­ a re id eal fo r sw im m ers. a n t in th e case. T he a c c id e n t o c c u rre d th e B o rough C ouncil o f S o u th B elm ar, on m o st ev ery m o rn in g one o r tw o you h a v e n ’t. V ivian W in th ro p , B essie S tev en so n ; Y a c h t C lub O ne D esig n R a c e b o a ts S u n d a y in A sb u ry P a r k a n d h e a rin g M o n d ay evening, a u th o riz e d th e b o r­ larg e flu k e w ere lan d ed . T h ese fish hold sw ay in th e b a y on S a tu rd a y a f ­ M ary A nn M eredit, Polly, B onnie Coey o u g h e n g in e e r to e sta b lish a n a r e a be­ r a n b etw een th re e a n d six pounds. As A L o w b ro w is a p e rso n w h o re fu se s w as p o stp o n ed w h en L ew in failed to , tern o o n s. O ne c a n n o t b u t r e g r e t th e m a n ; B u rg la r, H elen W ebster. 1 tw een S e v e n te n th a n d E ig h te e n th a v e­ all c a tc h e s w ere a t d if fe re n t tim es, it M rs. G. T. B u ck le is p u b licity ch a irto oe b o red if th e r e ’s a n “e x it” n e a r by. a p p e a r. n u e s fo r th e p u rp o se o f la y in g u n ifo rm is im possible to sch ed u le th e m fo r la c k o f sa ils on S h a rk R iv er, fo r th ese 1 K b o a ts ad d g re a tly to th e life of th e m a n w a lk s on b o th sides. novices a re c a tc h in g th e fish.

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O R D IN A N C E N o. 50 BO RO UG H O F SO UTH B E L M A R A n O rd in a n ce P r o v id in g fo r t h e Im ­ p r o v e m e n t o f t h e S tr e e t s an d A v e ­ n u e s o f t h e B o r o u g h o f S o u th B e lm a r.

B E IT O R D A IN E D by th e C o u n c il of V th e B o ro u g h of S o u th B e lm ar: »•„ 1. T h a t a l l t h e s t r e e t s a n d a v e n u e s in s a i d B o r o u g h b e i m p r o v e d b y g r a d ­ in g a n d g r a v e lin g the sam e. 2. T h a t t h e f o r e g o i n g w o r k b e d o n e by o r u n d e r th e s u p e r v is io n of the H ig h w a y C o m m ittee of said B o ro u g h , f r o m t i m e t o t i m e a s in t h e j u d g m e n t an d d isc retio n of said H ig h w a y C om ­ m itte e m a y seem a d v is a b le a n d for th e b est in te re sts of ^a id Borough. 3. T h a t a s u m n o t t o e x c e e d T h r e e T h o u s a n d D o l l a r s is h e r e b y a p p r o p r i a t - ' ed f o r t h e c a r r y i n g o u t o f t h e a b o v e w o r k , to be f in a n c e d by c u r r e n t f u n d s a n d th e issu a n c e of b o n d s or n o te s as p ro v id ed by law . 4. T h i s o r d i n a n c e s h a l l t a k e e f f e c t w hen passed an d published acco rd in g to law. The fo re g o in g o rdinance w as in tro ­ duced an d p assed on f irs t re a d in g a t a m e e t i n g of th e M a y o r a n d C ounc il of t h e B o r o u g h o f S o u t h B e l m a r h e l d on M o n d a y e v e n i n g , A u g u s t 19, 1929. S aid o rd in a n c e w ill be co n sid ered fo r final p a s s a g e a t a m e e t i n g of s a id Mayor a n d C o u n c i l t o be h e l d o n W e d n e s d a y e v e n i n g ,- S e p t e m b e r 4th, 1929 a t the B o r o u g h H a l l , S o u t h B e l m a r , N. J., a t

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Be it o r d a in e d b y th e M a y o r a n d C o u n c il of th e B o r o u g h of S o u th B e lm ar: S e c t i o n 1. T h a t S e c t i o n 1 (1) o f a n O r d in a n c e of th e B o r o u g h of S o u th B e l­ m a r e n title d “A n O r d in a n c e to fix an d d ete rm in e the s a la rie s of v ario u s B o r ­ o u g h O f fic ia ls ,” be a m n d e d to r e a d a s f o l l o w s : “ 1 (1) C o l l e c t o r a n d O f f i c i a l T a x S e a r c h e r , E i g h t H u n d r e d ($800.00) d o llars per annum , w hich com pensation s h a l l be in l i e u o f a l l f e e s . ” S e c t i o n 2. T h i s o r d i n a n c e s h a l l t a k e effect w hen passed a n d published a c ­ c o r d in g to law . The fo reg o in g o rdinance w as in tro ­ duced a n d p assed on f irs t re a d in g a t a m e e t i n g o f t h e M a y o r a n d C o u n c i l of t h e B o r o u g h o f S o u t h B e l m a r h e l d on M o n d a y e v e n i n g , A u g u s t 19, 1929. S a i d o r d i n a n c e w i l l be c o n s i d e r e d f o r f i n a l p a s sa g e a t a m e e tin g of said M ayor a n d C ounc il to be h e ld on W e d n e s d a y e v e n i n g , S e p t e m b e r 4th, 1929 a t t h e B o r o u g h H a l l , S o u t h B e l m a r , N. J „ a t w h ich tim e a n d p lace a n y p erso n c o n ­ cerned m ay p resen t o b j e c t i o n s t o o r S H E R IF F ’S SA LE —B y v irtu e of a s u g g e s tio n s c o n c e r n in g sam e. w rit of fi. fa. to m e d irected , issued out D a t e d , S o u t h B e l m a r , N. J . A u g u s t 19, 1929. of th e C o u rt of C h an cery of th e S ta te

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e n Sec°Uon 2. T h e C h i e f o f P o l i c e s h a l l h old office fo r a perio d of one year, or u n til his successor sh a ll h av e been a p ­ p o in ted . A C h ief of P olice sh a ll be a p ­ p o in te d on t h e f i r s t d a y o f J a n u a r y of each y e a r by th e M ayor a n d said a p ­ p o in tm en t shall be confirm ed by C oun­ cil. A d d i t i o n a l P a t r o l m e n m a y b e e m ­ plo y ed fro m tim d to t i m e a s in t h e j u d g m e n t of th e M a y o r a n d C ounc il m ay seem p ro p e r an d necessary. S e c t i o n 3. T h e C h i e f o f P o l i c e a n d th e P a tr o lm e n s h a ll receive such r e ­ spective sa la rie s as th e M ayor and C ouncil sh a ll fro m tim e to tim e h e r e ­ a f te r d eterm in e by a p p ro p ria te re so lu ­ tion. , , . S e c t i o n 4. T h e p o l i c e d e p a r t m e n t of th e B o r o u g h of S o u th B e lm a r s h a ll be u n d er th e supervision, m a n a g e m e n t an d c o n tr o l of th e M a y o r a n d C o u n c il o f th e B o ro u g h of S o u th B e lm ar, a n d u n d e r th e im m e d ia te d ire c tio n of th e P olice C o m m itte e th ereo f. S e c t i o n 5. T h e M a y o r a n d C o u n c i l o f th e B o ro u g h of S o u th B e lm a r shall h a v e p o w e r f r o m itim e t o t i m e t o e s t a b ­ lish r u le s a n d re g u la tio n s re sp e c tin g th e m an a g e m e n t, re g u la tio n and m a in ­ te n a n c e of sa id police d e p a r t m e n t a s p ro v id e d by law . , ,, . , S e c t i o n 6. T h i s o r d i n a n c e s h a l l t a k e effect w hen passed an d pu b lish ed a c ­ c o r d i n g to law . The foreg o in g ordinance w as in tro ­ duced and passed on f irs t re a d in g a t a m e e t i n g of th e M a y o r a n d C o u n c il of th e B o ro u g h of S o u th B e lm a r h eld on M onday evening, A u g u s t 1 9 th , 1929. Said o r d in a n c e w ill be c o n s id e re d fo r fin al p a s sa g e a t a m e e tin g o f said M a y o r a n d C ounc il t o be h e ld o n W e d ­ n e s d a y e v e n i n g , S e p t e m b e r 4 t h , 1929, a t t h e B o r o u g h H a l l , S o u t h B e l m a r , N. J., a t w h ich tim e a n d place a n y person c o n cern ed m a y p r e s e n t o b jectio n s to or s u g g e s tio n s c o n c e r n in g sam e. D a t e d , S o u t h B e l m a r , N. J. A u g u s t 19, 1929. A t t c srt • , C A. T H O M P S O N , B o r o u g h C l e r k . F R A N K ’H E R B E R T , M a y o r

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S H E R I F F ’S SA LE— B y v irtu e of a w rit of fi. fa. to m e d ire c te d issued o u t of th e M onm outh C ounty C om m on P le a s C o u rt of th e S ta te of N ew J e r ­ sey w ill be exposed to sale a t public vendue, on MONDAY, th e 9th d a y of S E P T . 1929, betw een th e h o u rs of 12 o’clock a n d 5 o’clock ( a t 2 o’clock d a y lig h t sav in g tim e), in th e a fte rn o o n of said day, a t th e C o u rt H ouse in th e B orough of F reeh o ld c o u n ty of M onm outh, N ew J e rs e y to sa tisfy a ju d g m e n t of said C o u rt a m o u n tin g to ap p ro x im a te ly $174. All th e d e fe n d a n t’s rig h t, title an d In te re s t in a n d to th e follow ing: All th a t c e rta in t r a c t o r p a rc e l of la n d a n d prem ises, h e re in a fte r p a rtic ­ u la rly described, situ a te , lying a n d be­ in g in th e T ow nship of N ep tu n e, in th e C ounty of M onm outh a n d S ta te of N ew Jersey , k n o w n a n d d e sig n a te d as L o t 21 in B lock 22, S ection C, on th e tr a c t k n o w n as S h a rk R iv e r H ills, as show n on th e M ap o r p la n of said T ra c t m ad e by S in eerb eau x a n d Moore, C ivil E n g in e e rs, A sb u ry P a rk , N. J., A ugust, 1923, a n d m ore p a rtic u la rly de­ scrib ed as follow s: B E G IN N IN G a t a p o in t in th e w es­ te rly line of R iv ersid e D rive, d is ta n t sev en ty -fiv e fe e t n o rth e rly fro m the p o in t fo rm ed by th e in te rse c tio n of th e w e ste rly line of R iv ersid e D rive w ith th e n o rth e rly line of V alley R o ad ; th e n c e (1) W este rly a t rig h t an g les w ith R iv ersid e D rive, one h u n d re d feet to a p o in t; th en ce (2) n o rth e rly an d p a ra lle l w ith R iv ersid e D rive, tw en ty five fe e t to a p o in t; th e n c e (3) e a s te r­ ly an d a g a in a t rig h t an g le s w ith R iv­ e rsid e D rive, one h u n d re d fe e t to a p o in t in th e w e ste rly line th e re o f; th e n c e (4) so u th e rly a lo n g th e w e ste r­ ly lin e of th e afo re sa id R iv ersid e D riv e tw en ty -fiv e fe e t to th e p o in t an d place of beginning. Seized as th e p ro p e rty of W illiam G. D ay a n d T h elm a L. D ay ta k e n in exe­ cu tio n a t th e s u it of G. P . F a rm e r C oal a n d Supply Co. a n d to be sold by H A R R Y N .JO H N SO N , S h eriff, p a te d A u g u st 6, 1929. Jo sep h R . M egill, A tto rn ey .

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of N ew J e rse y w ill be exposed to sale a t public vendue on T U E SD A Y , th e 27th d ay of A ugust, 1929, betw een th e h o u rs of 12 o’clock a n d 5 o’clo ck ( a t 2 o’clock, d a y lig h t saving tim e ), in th e a fte rn o o n of said day, a t th e L a n d a n d M o rtg ag e A gency O ffice. 701 M a ttiso n A venue, in th e C ity of A sb u ry P a rk , c o u n ty of M onm outh, N ew Jersey , to sa tisfy a d ecree of said c o u rt a m o u n tin g to a p p ro x im a te ly $3,822.00. In th e f ir s t place th e F iv e s h a re s of th e N in e te e n th series of s h a re s o f th e c a p ita l sto c k of sa id A ssociation, a s ­ signed, tr a n s fe r re d a n d s e t o v er u n to th e sa id c o m p la in a n t by P . A u g u st T rasb o rg , th e n th e o w n er th e re o f, an d th e T en s h a re s of th e T h irty th ird se r­ ies o f s h a re s of th e c a p ita l sto c k of said A ssociation, assig n ed , tr a n s fe r re d a n d s e t o v e r u n to th e said co m p lain ­ a n t b y th e sa id R o b e rt L. S tevens, Jr., th e o w n er th e re o f, a n d in th e second place. All, t h a t tr a c t, o r p a rc e l of la n d an d prem ises, h e re in a fte r p a rtic u la rly de scribed, s itu a te , ly in g a n d b ein g in th e T o w n sh ip o f W all, in th e C o u n ty of M on m o u th a n d S ta te of N ew Jersey , n e a r B e lm a r (fo rm e rly O cean B each.) B E G IN N IN G a t a sto n e s ta n d in g tw o ch ain s a n d (A jrty seven lin k s n o r­ th e rly fro m a liu le brid g e, said sto n e b ein g th e b eg in n in g c o rn e r o f a tr a c t d escrib ed in a deed fro m W illiam H u r­ ley a n d w ife to Je s se B. N ew m an, by deed d a te d A p ril 2nd, 1831, w h ich said t r a c t now belo n g s to sa id W illiam H . P e a rc e (o f w h ich tr a c t th e lo t h e re b y conveyed is a p a r t; th e n c e ru n n in g a g re e a b ly to th e p re s e n t m a g n e tic b e a rin g s In D ecem b er A. D. 1881; (1), n o rth e ig h t n in e d e g re e s fifte e n m in ­ u te s e a s t th r e e c h a in s a n d eig h ty lin k s to * ston e a t or near the m id d le o f th e ro a d le a d in g fro m C h a rle s K in g ’s to th e public ro a d fro m th e h o te l a t N ew B ed fo rd to th e O cean ; th e n c e (2) along, n e a r th e m iddle o f said road, n o rth , th ir ty tw o deg rees, th ir ty m in ­ u tes e a s t tw o c h a in s a n d f if ty e ig h t lin k s; th e n c e (3) n o rth , e ig h ty six de­ grees fifty m in u te s w e st fo u r ch ain s a n d six ty tw o lin k s to th e w e st line of th e afo re sa id tr a c t; th e n c e (4) south, fifte e n d eg rees w e st tw o c h a in s a n d fifty lin k s to th e place o f b eg inning. C o n ta in in g one acre. Seized a s th e p ro p e rty of R o b e rt L. S tev en s J r . e t als. ta k e n in execution a t th e s u it of T he H om e B u ild in g a n d L o an A ssociation, of A sb u ry P a r k , N. J., an d to be sold by H A R R Y N . JO H N S O N , S h eriff. D a te d J u ly 30, 1929. P a te rs o n , R h o m e a n d M organ, S ltrs.

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S H E R I F F ’S S A L E —B y v irtu e of _ c ! of fi. fa. to m e d irected , issued | j o u t of th e M onm outh C o u n ty C om m on | i P le a s C o u rt of th e S ta te of N ew Je r| i sey w ill be exposed to sale a t public = | vendue, on H MONDAY, th e 9th D ay of S E P T . 1929 | | betw een th e h o u rs of 12 o’clock a n d = o clock ( a t 2 o’clock d a y lig h t sav in g | ] tim e ), in th e a fte rn o o n of s a id d a y a t == ; th e C o u rt H ouse in th e B o ro u g h of 1 | F re e h o ld , co u n ty of M o n m o u th , N ew | : J e rs e y to sa tisfy a ju d g m e n t of said | j C o u rt a m o u n tin g to a p p r o x im a te ly | ; $3912. | | All th e d e f e n d a n t ’s r ig h t, title a n d | | in te re s t in a n d to th e fo llo w in g : = All th a t c e rta in lot, tr a c t or p a rcel of lan d a n d prem ises, h e re in a fte r p a rtic u la rly described, situ a te , lying ap d be­ CHOICEST MEAT CUTS AT in g in th e B orough of B elm ar, in th e C o u n ty of M onm outh a n d S ta te of l o w e s t ’p r i c e s N ew Je rsey . B E G IN N IN G a t a p o in t in the so u th ­ e rly lin e of T w e lfth av en u e in th e B o ro u g h of B e lm a r as now laid out Pure, fresh m eats are essential in every wella n d opened e a st of “F ” S tre e t, d is ta n t balanced diet. fo u r h u n d red (400) fe e t e a ste rly from th e e a ste rly line of “F ” S tre e t, an d e x te n d in g fro m th e n c e (1) so u th w a rd Challenging comparison in quality and price, ly, a t rig h t an g les to th e so u th e rly line o f T w elfth A venue, one h u n d re d ours are the very finest to be obtained anywhere. a n d fifty (150) fe e t; th en ce (2) eastw ard ly , p a ra lle l w ith T w elfth A venue, fifty (50) fe e t; th e n c e (3) n o rth w a rd ­ We give prom pt, courteous service and are ly, a t rjg h t an g les to th e so u th e rly glad to deliver your order. line o f T w e lfth A venue, one h u n d re d a n d f if ty (150) fe e t to th e said so u th ­ erly lin e o f T w elfth aven u e, a n d th en ce (4) w estw ard ly , a lo n g th e said so u th ­ e rly line of T w e lfth A venue, fifty (50) fe e t to th e p o in t o r p lace of B egin­ ning. BELMAR MEAT MARKET B E IN G th e sam e p rem ises convey­ ed to th e said S am uel T ra u b fro m H e n ry E. R o g ers a n d R ose C. R ogers, CARL W ISSEMAN, Prop. 809 F St., Belmar. h is w ife, by deed d a te r J a n u a r y 9th, 1911, a n d reco rd ed in th e M onm outh niaHiiHHUNEittHHiiiuoiiiiiuuiicniiimiiiiinmiiimHiniUHiiiiiiinmuiHiiiinmiitiiiuinniiiiiiiuttjiiiiiiiiuiinimiiuminmHmifiiauiiHi C o u n ty C le rk ’s O ffice in B ook 893 of S H E R IF F 'S S A L E —B y v irtu e of c o rn e r of lo t No. 800; th e n c e (3) so u th D eeds, on p ag es 433 etc. Seized a s th e p ro p e rty of F r a n k B riw r it o f fi, fa . to m e d ire c te d , issued w a rd ly a t rig h t a n g le s w ith F if th av e­ o u t o f th e C o u rt o f C h a n c e ry o f th e nue, one h u n d re d fifty (150) fe e t to th e den, Jr., etc., ta k e n in ex ecution a t th e S ta te of N ew J e rs e y w ill be exposed to said n o rth e rly line of F if th A venue; su it of C h arles W. C on n ers a n d to be p u b lic v en d u e, on th e n c e (4) e a stw a rd ly a lo n g th e n o r­ sold by H A R R Y N . JO H N S O N , S h eriff. M O ND AY , th e 9th d a y of S E P T . 1929, th e rly line o f said F if th A venue, fifty b e tw e e n th e h o u rs o f 12 o’clock a n d 5 (50) fe e t to th e p o in t o r place o f B E ­ D ate d A u g u st 10, 1929. C h a rle s E . Cook, a tto rn e y . o ’clock ( a t 2 o’clock d a y lig h t sa v in g G IN N IN G . tim e) in th e a fte rn o o n of said day, a t P a rc e l No. 2. th e C o u rt H o u se in th e B o ro u g h of All th a t c e rta in lot, t r a c t o r p arc e l F re e h o ld , c o u n ty o f M onm outh, N ew o f la n d a n d p re m ise s h e re in a fte r p a r­ TIDE TABLE J e rs e y to s a tis fy a d ecree of said c o u rt tic u la rly decsrib ed , situ a te , ly in g an d a m o u n tin g to a p p ro x im a te ly $5,729. b ein g in th e B o ro u g h o f B elm ar, in th e A ll t h a t c e rta in lot, tr a c t o r p a rc e l C o u n ty o f M o n m o u th a n d S ta te of N ew A U G U ST (D a y lig h t S av in g T im e) o f la n d a n d p rem ises, h e re in a fte r p a r­ Je rse y , k n o w n a n d d e sig n a te d a s lo t tic u la r ly d escrib ed , situ a te , ly in g an d 800, on P la n o f L o ts of th e O cean H IG H LO W 22......... ..... 9.44 b e in g in th e B o ro u g h of B elm ar, in th e B each A ssociation. 9.48 3.58 4.05 C o u n ty o f M o n m o u th a p d S ta te of 10.22 4.30 4.42 B E G IN N IN G a t a p o in t on th e n o r­ 23..... ..... 10.15 11.00 N e w J e rse y , k n o w n a n d d e sig n a te d as th e rly line of F if th a v e n u e d is ta n t one 24....... .... 10.50 5.01 5.22 p a r t s Of lo ts 16, 17 a n d 18 on a p la n ’of h u n d re d a n d fifty (150) fe e t w e stw a rd ­ 25.......... ..... 11.30 11.43 5.34 6.10 lo ts of th e O cean B each A ssociation. ly fro m th e n o rth w e s t c o rn e r o f F if th 26........ ... 12.16 P a rc e l N o. 1. 1.12 7.03 8.13 A venue a n d O cean A venue; th en ce 27....... .... 12.34 B E G IN N IN G a t a p o in t on th e n o r­ ru n n in g (1 ) n o rth w a rd ly a t rig jit a n ­ 28..... .... . 1.32 2.17 8.06 9.26 th e rly lin e o f F if th A venue d is ta n t one gles w ith F if th A venue, o n e h u n d re d 29......... ..... 2.47 2.33 9.22 10.36 4.51 h u n d re d (100) fe e t w e stw a rd ly fro m a n d fifty (150) fe e t to th e so u th e a st 30......... ..... 4.14 10.38 11.40 th e n o rth w e s t c o rn e r o f F if th A venue c o rn e r of lo t No. 700; th e n c e (2) w e st­ 31......... ..... 5.31 5.59 11.46 a n d O cean A venue a n d ru n n in g th e n c e w a rd ly p a ra lle l to F if th av en u e, fifty ( 1 ) n o rth w a rd ly a t rig h t an g le s w ith (50) fe e t to th e n o rth e a s t c o rn e r o f lot F if th av en u e, one h u n d re d fifty (150) No. 801; th e n c e (3) so u th w a rd ly a t CHURCH NOTICES f e e t to th e so u th e rly line of lo t No. 15; r ig h t an g le s w ith F if th av en u e, one th e n c e (2) w e stw a rd ly p a ra lle l to F ifth h u n d re d a n d fifty (150) fe e t to th e First Presbyterian Church A venue^fifty^(50) fe e t to th e n o rth w e s t said n o rth e rly line o f F ifth A venue; S

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Methodist Episcopal Seventh avenue Aid D street Rev. Henry B. White, Minister. Sunday services: 9:45 A. M.—Sunday school. 11:00 A. M.—Public worship. 6:30 P. M.—Epworth League ser­ vice. 7:30 P. M.—Public worship. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30.

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Watson Bldg., Paterson, N. J. I also have Lot 100x100 on Ocean Avenue at 20th Ave., Belmar. Summer Residence, after June 30th, 311 Fifth Avenue] Belmar]

First Baptist Church Ninth avenue, between C and D streets. Rev. P. T. Morris, D. D„ juiiuKUMHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiminimiiHiHiuiiiiiiiiiiiirMniimiiiiBiuimiimHiumHiiiiHuitifflHHcjimmiHManiMmmaiiii,..... - ....... Pastor. Sunday serices: Morning worship at 11:00 o’clock Sunday schpol at 2:30 P. M. Evening service at 8:00 o'clock. Young People’s meeting each Fri­ and Vicinity day evening at 8:00 o’clock.

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T h a t S ection T h re e o f a n O rd in an ce of th e B oro u g h of Bel­ now o r h e re a f te r to be laid ou.t in th e said B o ro u g h s B o ro u g h o f S o u th B e lm a r w ith o u t f tr s t m a k in g w r ^ f a d d it!°n th e re to in th e thI e f blocks ® T Z Z f afte,r f be laid ou-t in th e said B orough sh all be uni. m a r en title d A n O rd in an ce fo r th e co n stru c tio n a n d in sta lla tio n of a har6by ord ain ed th a t th e p r e se n t lin e o f b u ild in g s in e a ch block ceiv m g w ritte n p erm issio n th e re fo r fro m th e BuiTd7nt T appIl,c a tio n to a a d re- I Z f f c h lo rin a tin g ta n k , p u m p in g sta tio n , sea o u tfa ll pipe a n d th e o th e r n e c e ssa rv p e rm it issu ed fo r th e p u rp o se a fo re sa id th e rf^ l o l In s p e c to r a n d fo r every n r o l i d th6f f d ‘n g ,in e o f tb a t P articu lar b lock u n le ss o th e r w ise h e S a p p u rte n a n c e s th e re to to in su re th e p ro p e r o p eratio n a n d in s ta lla tio n of sam e ta in in g th e sam e/*to th e B o ro u g h C lerk ’fo r th ^ b ® p a id b y th e P a rty ob- block d f " ° bU lldm g shaH be c o n stru c te d o r e rected in an y block w h ich sh all p ro tru d e or p ro je c t beyond th e line of th a l a t o r in th e sep tic ta n k of th e B orough of B elm ar, located a t E ig h th A venue F o r m o v in g a ho u se o r b u d d in g o ^ r o r ac US6 ° f Said B ° r ° Ugh: “ d ° 7 n Avenue in said B orough, a n d a p p ro p ria tin g th e m oney n ecessary F o r e a c h b u ild in g p e rm it fo r tho a +• a c ro ss a Public s tr e e t........... $25.00. haS 1S e sta b lished by th e e x istin g buildings. B u ild in g s on c o rn e r lots to p ay fo r said in s ta lla tio n , be fu r th e r am en d e d to re a d a s follow s: 7 b u ild in g o r o th e r s tru c tu re , th e c o st w hich ° r a lte ra tio n o{ a n y fn no c» g0f r,?ed f th e StreetS ° n w hich th e lot faces th e n a rro w w ay, b u t S ection 3. T h a t a su m n o t to exceed S ixty-tw o th o u san d ($62,000.00) dol­ s tru c tio n sh a ll eq u al o r exceed th e su m oT sion no t” 1’ a t,e r a tio n a a d con- shall h Se S a l\ be l6SS th a n 15 f6 et f r ° m th e p ro Pe r ty h ne. T he fo reg o in g ru le ( see fo o t n o te ), and th e sam e h ereb y is a p p ro p ria te d to p a y fo r said con­ W h e re th e c o st of said 1 1 m! $30° '00’ a fee $10-00. shall, how ever, in no case be ap plied so a s to keep th e s tre e t w all o r w alls of slars, tru c tio n a n d in sta lla tio n . n o t exceed th e su m of $300.00, a build™ g ^ T r m T s h a l f b * 0” “ a lte ra tio n sha11 b u ild in g s m o re th a n tw en ty -fiv e fe e t b ack fro m th e s tre e t line. W h ere th e re is S ection 2. T h a t th is o rd in a n c e sh all becom e effectiv e w hen p assed a n d m g In s p e c to r fre e o f c h a rg e upon h is h e fn J V « ’i b6 1SSUed by th e B uild- no e x istin g b u ild in g on th e block, no new b u ild in g sh all be e rected n e a re r th a n p ublished acc o rd in g to law. tw e n ty fe e t fro m th e s tr e e t line an d th re e fe e t fro m side lin e; no m a so n ry stru c tio n , a lte ra tio n o r a d d itio n is in m l B a tlsfle d th a t t h e p ro p o sed conT he O rd in an ce w as d ecla red p assed a s its firs t read in g , a n d th e B o a rd n an c e . ° n 13 m c o n fo rm ity w ith th e te rm s o f th is ordi- w alls o r b o a rd fen ces fa c in g s tre e ts shall ex ceed 4 fe e t in h eig h t, of C om m issioners of th e B orough of B e lm a r w ill co n sid er its fin a l p assag e a t th e f Ct‘° n 20' F o rch es, e n tra n c e s, vestibules, su n p a rlo rs a n d piazzas fa c in g AH b u ild in g p e rm its sh a ll be sig n ed b v th e r „ i u a m e etin g to be held on A u g u st 27th, 1929 a t th e B orough H all a t 7 P M sig n e d b y th e B o ro u g h C lerk befo re th e v shall h g In s p e c to r a n d c o u n te r- th e s tr e e t m a y be enclosed in a n y m a n n e r to a h e ig h t n o t exceeding 2 fe e t 6 a t w hich tim e a n d place a n y ta x p a y e r m ay p re s e n t su g g estio n s o r o b jectio n s ceed 2 fee°tVe m i CoI¥ m n s o r piers su p p o rtin g ro o f sh all n o t ex­ to sam e. A ny d a m a g e d o n ! t o-rtd e J ^ e ^ ^ 5 S T ^ h “ Ml effeCtiVe’ e t in w id th o r d epth. T he sp aces betw een colum ns fro m ra ilin g to sa id o p e ra tio n s sh a ll be m ad e good by th e p a rtv so can ^ &ny of th e a fo re - ceed 2 fe OT1 HII eiHoo rnotr Ko _ ___ __ i , ° JO SEPH MAYER, Mayor, c o rn ice on a ll sid es m a y be open, screen ed o r c le a r g lass sash es, b u t in no case THOMAS S. DILLON, sh all a n y of th e sp aces be enclosed w ith a n o p aque m a te ria l, except, how ever e x e m p t f r m ^ p a y h ^ f e e s ^ ^ 1011 bUUdingS ^ THOMAS D. JOECK, po rch es, e n tra n c e s, v estibules, su n p a rlo rs a n d piazzas, s e ttin g b a c k a s f a r J. A. JOECK, C om m issioners. o t h e ^ b u M ^ g ^ l l l ’ ovg^'Q b<^ ^ asb t^ n^ ° ^ be reP1° Val o f a n y d w ellin g ho u se or p a r t o f h ^ u s T 8 ° n th e S tre e t’ ^ be enclosed a n d c o n stru c te d as a n in te g ra l Borough Clerk. B elm ar, th e o w n er of said b u ild in g sh a h f Ie a h , / ” B o rough of s ° u th * P re v io u s a p p ro p ria tio n w as $54,000.00 a n d sam e is h e re b y increased in d e m n ify in g a n d sa v in g th e B o ro u g h h a r m l e s s d W lth th e B o ro u g h C lerk All tw o fa m ily d w ellings sh a ll h av e s e p a ra te se ts of plum bing. by $8,000.00. y a m a y be c au sed to a n y p ro p e rty o r person h r ° m &ny &nd a11 d a m a e g s th a t a21' N ° I ® ? 8’ b a y ’ ° rie1, sh0W w indow > porch, e n tra n c e o r v estibule build in g . P P 7 ° r p e rso n b y re a s ° u ° f th e rem o v al of said .of ..« "n ytCh,m b d m g e re c te d o r used fo r b u sin ess p u rp o ses sh a ll e x ten d beyond th e S H E R I F F ’S SA L E —B y v irtu e o f a fi. oveiOThe s L e w a ^ 8 ° f Str66t ^ ShaU " Shed ° r ° th e r s tru c tu r e be b u i>t fa. to m e d irected , issued o u t of th e S H E R I F F ’S SA L E —B y v irtu e of a a .n « T « ^ „ pr i r w \ ^ r . r a , " d o i .“ * « ~ ‘ * t in th e d is c re tio n o f th e M a g istra te . I n d e fa u lt o f th e p a y m e n t of T u m en a n d T um en, A tto rn ey s. P o rtla n d ce m e n t.” y aS a n y fin e so im posed, a n y p e rso n co n victed o f th e v io latio n o f th is o rd in a n c e D a te d J u ly 31, 1929.

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SOCIAL A N D PERSONAL Fj A fte r a tte n d in g a fo u r-d a y co n v en ­ R o b e rt K opp of F o u rth a v e n u e is tion a t P o rtla n d , Me., A1 S te rn of th e p la n n in g to leav e th e e a rly p a r t of B elm ar D re ss c o m p an y , w ill re tu rn n e x t m o n th to a tte n d th e G. A. R. con­ v en tio n to be held in P o rtla n d , O regon. kom e today. M iss R ose K litz m a n of F stre e t, w ho w as s tru c k dow n by a p a ssin g au to m o ­ bile on F s tre e t, b e tw een N in th an d T e n th av en u es, la s t F rid a y a fte rn o o n , h a s com p letely reco v ered fro m th e ef­ fe c ts of th e a ccid en t.

IF ie ld of N e w a rk a re sp e n d in g tw o veeks a t 112 E le v e n th av en u e. T he Ire e n fie ld s hav e fo r th e p a s t tw elve fears m ad e B ra d le y B each th e ir Sum­ n e r hom e, b u t on a c c o u n t of b each reS am R o sen feld of^ F stre e t, e n te re d itrictio n s th e re , h a v e d ecided to m ak e Helmar th e ir v a c a tio n re so rt. Mr. th e A llenw ood s a n ita riu m y e ste rd a y Ire e n fie ld say s h e h a s a frie n d w ho m orn in g . :o n te m p la te s d o in g likew ise. M rs. T h o m a s L o g an a n d fa m ily of B. L ew in of 1406 F s tre e t h a s reop- C olum bia T e rra c e , W eeh aw k en , a re en ­ red h is d ry goods sto re a t th a t a d ­ jo y in g th e ir v a c a tio n a t a local cot­ less. M r. L ew in could n o t se ttle tage. Avn to a life of re tire m e n t. M r. a n d M rs. Jo h n D u n n o f 817 M rs. E liz a b e th B u rg e r of C olum bia, M u rra y s tre e t, E liz a b e th , a re sp en d in g L a n c a ste r C ounty, P a., m o th e r of P o ­ tw o w eeks a s th e g u e sts of Mr. and lice S e rg e a n t W . K. B u rg e r, c e le b rated M rs. Jo se p h Jaco b s. fier n in e ty -th ird b irth d a y W ednesday. S erg ean t B u rg e r s e n t c o n g ra tu la tio n s Oy te le g ra m a n d le tte r. W h e th e r Jo h n F u g g a rio o f th e S u g a r 3owl is g o in g to jo in th e B en ed ick s or lot c a n n o t be d e fin ite ly s ta te d , b u t .esirable y o u n g b ac h e lo rs d o n ’t buy p u s e s to in h a b it w ith space.

j A ch ick e n su p p e r w ill be h eld a t th e M rs. W illiam C a lla h a n of S pring tle n d o la C h u rch n e x t T u e sd a y even- L a k e gave a b rid g e te a W e d n esd ay a f ­ te rn o o n w h ich w as a tte n d e d b y sev pge ra l su m m e r re s id e n ts of th is borough. M rs. O. R. K elly gave a d in n e r p a rty to se v e ra l of h e r frie n d s h e re T h u rs­ d a y evening.

Mrs. H im m leste in w as fo rm e rly M iss F ritz ie L eit, M iss L illian B an fo b an d jinn G ilm an of B elm ar. M o th e r a n d M iss L ouise L aS alle. T h e e n te rta in ia u g h te r a re d o in g well. e rs in clu d ed D ave a n d M ildred, of -----------c o u rse; Abe F le ish m a n , S ta n le y M ann, |vM r. a n d M rs. E lm e r C. D esm ond w ill -Gus T e rry , M iss L eit, Irv in g A ste r an d jP-ve as th e ir g u e st, n e x t w eek, M iss j W ill D avis. T h e C lub B la c k b ird orM arg aret H en n ig , d a u g h te r of M r. a n d c h e s tra a n d th e E sse x a n d S ussex boys Ifrs. A lb e rt L. H e n n in g of E lm stre e t, ad d ed ze st to th e ev e n in g ’s en jo y m en t. N ew ark. I ________ ________ i M r. a n d M rs. A lb e rt E . M essier of l M r. an d M rs. Jo h n S c h u ff o f 809 S. E a s t O ran g e w ere th e w eek en d g u e sts th ir te e n th s tre e t, N e w a rk , a re a t th e ir o f M r. a n d M rs. W . L. B ab co ck of sum m er hom e h e re fo r th e m o n th o f T e n th avenue. August. ----------------------M r. a n d M rs. W . F r a n k N ew m an of D r. Ja s e p h J o rd a n of M ain s tre e t, S p rin g L ak e, a n d M r. a n d M rs. F re d d a n a sq u a n , h a s been a p p o in te d by H ollow ay of W est B elm a r, w ith th e ir h a t b o ro u g h to succeed D r. R o b e rt E . d a u g h te r, E liz a b e th , a n d son, Ju n io r, W atkins of B elm ar, a s m ed ical inspec- sp e n t th e w eekend a t W a sh in g to n an d o r of schools. G etty sb u rg . , M alcolm J. S m ith , b ro th e r of C oun­ cilm an C h arles S m ith o f S o u th B el­ m ar, a n d M rs. S m ith o f H u n tin g to n te rra c e , N ew ark , a n d B elm ar, le ft aS tu rd a y fo r a tw o-w eeks au to m o b ile to u r of C anada.

BEUEVILLfc CLUBS TO V ISIT US T h e annual bus rid e of St. P e te r ’s M r. a n d M rs. Ja c o b P fe ffe rs te in of llizabeth, sp e n t th e w eek-end in Bel- D ra m a tic C lub of B elleville, w ill com e to B e lm a r on Sunday, A u g u st 25th. lar.

IOUTH BELM A R P A SSE S N E W BU ILD IN G CODE [ T h e n ew b u ild in g code fo r S o u th B elm ar w ill go in to e ffe c t to d ay . [T h e o rd in an ce, w h ich g u a ra n te e s th a t ti l b u ild in g o p e ra tio n s in th e b orough lh a ll co n fo rm to s tric t re g u la tio n s C o k in g to w a rd th e ir sa fe ty a n d sub p tantiaoi.'ity w as p assed on fin a l re a d ­ ing a t th e re g u la r m e e tin g of th e Council M onday evening. | H o w ard B ru n t ex p ressed h is opinion th a t th e code w as to o d ra s tic a n d Would r e ta r d bu ild in g o p e ra tio n s of the Im alJer type.

The poor may be likened, also, to a man who has worked at a trade all his life, and never learned it. Life is a trade, with foremen and superintend-, ents of superior skill because of ex­ perience or intelligence. *

M ayor F r a n k H e rb e rt ex p lain ed th a t th e p u ip o se of th e o rd in a l ce w as to e sfab lish a s ta n d a rd th a t would elim i­ n a te all possib ility o f e re c tin g undesiia b le stru c tu re s, a n d looked a h e a d to a tim e, n o t ev ery l a r d is ta n t, w hen S o u th B e lm a r w ould be a n id eal place in w h ich to live o r do business. I t ’s p e rfe c tly a m a z in g h o w su d d en ly a little gossip w ill d iv e rt a tte n tio n fro m a n in te lle c tu a l co n v e rsa tio n .

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It is frequently said there has .not been, in all history, a woman phil­ osopher; one distinguished for correct and candid . thinking, as may be said of hundreds of men. W hat does this mean? Certainly not that women do not engage deeply in life, and thereby jja in -sufficient -r-.irxxv"oclge"to become reflective* Does it mean that women, in private and print, refuse to acknowledge the facts of life?■ I have known less than a dozen really candid women; I have rarely known a man of average in­ telligence who was not.O This differ­ ence cannot be accounted for by sex. The brains of men and' women must average about the same. ‘It may be a poor guess, but I believe the difference due to th is: Since the dawn of civilization certainly and possibly somewhat earlier, women have been flattered; that has been man’s weapon in soliciting their favors; on the other hand, men have perpetually traveled the war path, and known the truth about themselves. Men are act­ ually better than the public estimate of them, for libels told by opposing warriors have come down to us with history, along with the exaggerated compliments for women. There is no page of print, old or new, not over­ praising women and criticising r'ex. more than they deserve. Men are candid, and become T osophers occasionally, because lo,. experience has convinced them of th. practical value of tru th ; women, whe­ never become philosophers, still believe truth distorted in the interest of women, may be of value to them. Candid thinking seems to have paid the m en; of the things in life said to be v-i-at, the men have as great a lead, almost as in philosophy. Would candid thinking pay the women ? '■ I do not- know. It may be that their best plan is the one they have adopted! even though there is not philosophy in

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R EA L E STA T E T R A N S F E R S M a r g a re tta K o eh ler to P e te r K oeh­ ler, S n y d e r a v e n u e n e a r 18th avenue. E m m a E . B a u m a n to G e rh a rd C. an d M e tta H eesem an , A llaire-C om o road, W all to w nship. L ouis S ilv erstein , e t al. to Ja m e s F e rr e tti, h a lf a lo t No. 3050 on F St. E liz a b e th J . H u el to R e u b en H . L in d ley, lo ts 13, 14 a n d l-2 #o f 15, In le t te r ­ race. M a rth a L. P rio r to H o w a rd C. an d E th e l B ru n t, R iv e r road, n e a r B stre e t. J o h n R . a n d M ary B ro w n to H e rb e rt H . a n d E d n a B u tle r, K in g stre e t, W est B elm ar. Jo se p h H o rw itz to R o se H . M endel­ sohn, (h a lf in te re s t) c o rn e r 12 th an d A s tre e t. FO U N D —O NE EEU M iss A d elaide H ow ie to o k M iss D or­ o th y C ra te r sn a p p e r fish in g . D o t is a v isito r h e re a n d is n o t su p p osed to h a v e fih in g ex p erien ce. H ow ever, she hooked a m o n stro u s eel a n d la n d ed it in, o r p e rh a p s above, the, b o a t. Bu* th e g ills w e re u n ab le to dispose of it, since E l H ow ie w as n o t w ith th e m . I f a n y ­ one w a n ts a p e rfe c tly good eel, see th e g n ls

W IL L IA M L. D IL L P a r k e r A ssociation have th e d ecid in g vote. D ill w as given a n e n th u s ia stic recep tio n a t th e Jo els o u tin g in W est O ran g e on W ednesday. B y th e tim e y o u ’re able to b o ast how well y o u r h en s lay you fin d th a t everybody’s hens a re laying. M O N M O U TH H A T C H E R Y — C hicks fo r sale. D ay old a n d s ta rte d . P u t y o u r broody h en to w o rk w ith o u r q u a lity ch ic k s r ig h t now . S u m m er ch ick s m a k e w in te r ro a s te rs . Also cu sto m h a tc h in g . B ailey ’s C orner, B el­ m a r.

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Most people1Relieve thit to achieve success in life it essential, to Have a good president in t,. White House: a good pastor, a progressive Commer­ cial c|ub in his town, national pros­ perity, and neighbors devoted to God and country. The truth is, success de­ pends entirely on the man who achieves it. He must have fewer , bad habits than is the human average; with such

T he c u rta in fa lls; th e flo w er d ay s a re I t m a y be scie n tific sa le sm a n sh ip b u t done. w e h a te c le rk s w ho show u s -$5 n e c k ­ T h e tre e s sh ed tin te d leaves of sy m p a­ ties a fte r w e have a sk e d to see $ 1 b a r­ th y ; g ains. T h e g a rd e n w a its w ith a n e x p e c ta n t a ir T he f ir s t fa in t n o te s o f a u tu m n ’s sy m ­ phony. S E P T E M B E R 6th —C overed d ish lu n cheon a t 1 o’clock. O p en in g m e e tin g a t 2:30; sp e a k e r, M iss M abel S m ith, h om e d e m o n s tra to r. R o ll c a ll; w ife sav ers. S E P T E M B E R 19th—Social Service m eetin g . B ro o k d ale F a rm . S p eak er: D r. G eorge E . V incent. S E P T E M B E R 24th—D is tric t F lo w er Show , T h irte e n th A venue P avilion. best way—the one certain

The way — to find o u t w h eth er Wright’s is a strikingly better mayonnaise, is to try it. W e shall gladly welcome an oppor­ tunity to leave all argument to the result of this test. You will find Wright’s Mayonnaise everywhere.

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For more than a hundred years, there have been attempts to explain N a­ poleon Bonaparte . . . I can explain him in half a dozen lines: In the dirt of love, passion, life, he picked up at birth marvelous genius as a soldier— as Charles Dickens picked up mar­ velous genius as a novelist. As age .advanced, both men lost their power; youth was a part of their marvelous combination, and, without it, both said and did things that would have dis­ graced the commonest fool . . . 1‘ say to you that heredity is the greatest tning in life. If you are not doing well, either you are wrongly placed or are not behaving yourself in the ■ordinary essentials. *

M otor V ehicle C om m issioner W illiam L. D ill w as h ailed a s th e n e x t D em o­ c ra tic choice fo r g o v ern o r in 1930, if m o re th a n 2,000 m em b ers of th e Jo e l

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A c a rd p a r ty w ill be held a t th e B al'•jur H otel, T e n th a n d O cean avenues, M rs. R o b e rt M o rriso n gave a bonm d e r th e au sp ic e s of th e C ouncil of voyage p a rty th is w eek in h o n o r of Mr. rew ish W om en (L akew ood B ra n c h ) a n d M rs. B e rn a rd P h ilip p w ho sail to­ lex t W e d n esd a y evening. d a y fo r E u ro p e.

T he M a y fa ir R a m b le rs w ill give a la n c e a n d e fite rta in m e n t S u n d a y eve­ ning, S ep tem b e r 1st., a t th e M ayfa.ir Hotel, 104 F o u rth av en u e. T he p ro ­ gram , w hich in clu d es a n u m b e r of ;urns by p ro fessio n a l e n te rta in e rs , w ill >pen a t 9 o’clock.

I often think the poor are like chil­ dren who have never grown up. It is a common ■charge against .a certain proportion of adults (far too large) that they have children’s minds; that their bodies developed after twelve, while their minds did not.

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o u r o rg a n iz a tio n is n o t b u sy an d w e w a n t to k e e p it in ta c t. Y o u a re th e g a in er. Y o u w ill g ain a n e w gas ra n g e a t a special price, a re a l b a r­ g ain —if y o u a ct a t o n ce. R e m e m b e r t h i s s a le e n d s A u g u s t 3 1 s t. 10% allo w an ce. A c lea r saving. A re a l o p p o r tu n itv C o m e in to d a y .

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Fur Tramming Is Feature of Coats Diagonal Seaming and Back Flare on Majority of New Models.

E PT E M B E R ti, which is amm—rnLm— observed with special 9 cerem onies in many p a rts IP of th e U nited S tates, is a double an n iv ersary ami mj ■ in both cases it has a significaut m eaning to Amei w leans. It is th e anuiversn ry of th e birth d ay ot M arquis de L a fa y e tte and it com m em orates th e first b a ttle of the M arne during th e W orld w ar. lu st how im p o rtan t th ese coinciding an n i­ v e rsa rie s a re in o u r history w as well ex p ressed by U. B. Robbins, a ssista n t sec re ta ry of w ar, whose speech w as b ro ad cast from W ashington on th e oc­ casion of th e L afay ette-M arn e day celeb ratio n -last year. His speech, in p a rt, follow s: T h e M a r n e is a q u i e t , w e l l b e h a v e d l i ttle r iv e r flow ing p eace fu lly t h r o u g h th e p ic tu r e s q u e c o u n tr y s id e of F ra n c e a n d p a s t b e a u tif u l w ooded hills— yet t h i s l i t t l e r i v e r is e n s h r i n e d in t h e b r a v e h e a r t s of th e F re n c h people as m a r k i n g t h e li n e w h e r e m a n y t i m e s th e f o re ig n in v a d e r has been repulsed a n d w h e r e tw ice d u r in g the W orld w a r th e hig h tide of G erm an ad v an ce w as s w e p t back to w a rd th e fro n tier. F o u r ­ t e e n v e a r s h a v e p a s s e d s i n c e t h e f i rs t b a t t l e o f th e M arne. T o a t t e m p t to g iv e a tech n ical a c c o u n t of th e m ili­ t a r y o p e r a tio n s by th e F r e n c h and B r itis h on one side a n d th e G e r m a n s o n t h e o t h e r w o u l d be t o m e r e l y r e ­ p e a t w h a t h a s b e e n t h e s u b j e c t o f so m a n y learned books and tre a tise s p u b ­ lish ed since th e w ar. T h e b a ttle of th e M arne h a s rig h tly been classed as one of th e decisive b a t t l e s o f h i s t o r y . I t w a s d e c i s i v e of th e e a r ly s t a g e s of th e w ar. T h e G e r ­ m a n losses w e r e not o v e r w h e lm in g . T h e i r a r m i e s w e r e s t i l l in b e i n g a n d ab le to m a k e a m a s te rly retire m e n t, b u t I t w a s d e c i s i v e in a n o t h e r s e n s e f o r i t m a r k e d t h e d e f e a t o f t h e firs t G e r m a n p l a n o f c a m p a i g n a n d it u t ­ terly tran sfo rm ed the stra te g ic a l s itu ­ ation. T h e a v a la n c h e designed to c r u s h F r e n c h r e s i s t a n c e in a m o n t h h a d been fo u g h t and the m o rro w w as co m e . T h e r e a f t e r G e r m a n y w a s c o m ­ pelled to a c c e p t a slo w w a r of e n ­ t r e n c h m e n t s w h i c h w a s r e p u g n a n t to all h e r theories, and every w eek b r o u g h t h e r n e a r e r to th e p osition of a b e le a g u e r e d city, w h ile f o r th e allies i t m a r k e d th e definite t u r n o f the tide of d efeat. T h e e f fe c t o f t h e b a t t l e o f t h e M a rn e in A m erica w a s p ro fo u n d The tre­ m e n d o u s su c cess of th e G e rm a n a rm ie s d u r i n g t h e f i rs t t h r e e w e e k s o f t h e w a r , t h e i r o r g a n i z a t i o n arid t h e m a g n i f i c e n t fig h tin g q u a litie s of t h e ir soldiers, had s e e m e d t o r e n d e r r e s i s t a n c e f u tile . A m erica had w aited w ith bated b reath fu r th e n e w s o t th e c a p tu re of P aris a n d t h e o v e r r u n n i n g o f a ll F r a n c e by t h e G e r m a n a r m y . W h e n th e n e w s of trie M a r n e w a s r e c e i v e d a n d it b e c a m e k n o w n t h a t th e h i th e r to invincible G erm an arm y not only could he s t o p p e d b u t w a s a c t u a l l y in r e t r e a t , the nation m arveled T h e t i e s of frien d sh ip w ith F rance tu rn ed our h e a r t s to w a rd th e allied cause. One unacquainted w ith history m i g h t well a s k w h e n c e ca m e th is a l ­ m o st universal sy m p a th y for F rance I t is b o t h t r a d i t i o n a l a n d h i s t o r i c a l . T h a t y o u n g F re n c h m a n w hose b irtn w e a ls o h o n o r th is d a y c am e to A m e r ­ i c a in i t s h o u r o f n eed . E n t h u s e d by th e id e a ls f o r w hich th e colonies w ere f i g h t i n g c a m e L a f a y e t t e o f f e r i n g h is s e r v i c e s , h i s f o r t u n e a n d h i s life in t h e c a u s e o f free d o m an d eq u al rig h ts. I t w a s m o re th a n a m a g n ific en t g e s­ ture. f t c a m e f r o m t h e p e o p l e of F ra n ce, an expression of th eir s y m p a ­ th e t i c u n d e r s t a n d i n g of the a s p i r a ­ tio n s of th e _ c o lo n ie s to found a free n a tio n based on th e p r in c ip le of the r i g h t o f t h e p e o p l e t o ru le . H o w well h e , f u l f i l l e d h j s m i s s i o n is h i s t o r y ^ b u t th e profound g r a titu d e of th a t s t r u g ­ g l i n g people h a s e n d u r e d t h r o u g h th e g e n e r a tio n s an d w ith th e e s ta b lis h ­ m e n t of th e r e p u b lic of F ra n c e , t h r o u g h b loodshed and a g o n y , th e f r ie n d s h ip of t h e t w o g r e a t p e o p l e s h a s b een c e ­ m ented u n til it has becom e a trad itio n th r o u g h th e g e n e ra tio n s t h a t have com e an d go n e since L a f a y e tte se rv e d in t h e a r m y o f t h e R e v o l u t i o n

T o m ost A m ericans L a fa y e tte is a fa m ilia r nam e. From th e ir schoolbook h isto rie s they know th a t he w as a gai ia n t youpg F rench soldier who. b u rn ­ ing w ith zeal in th e cause of freedom eam e to th is country a one of the d a rk e s t h ours of th e R evolution a m offered his services to the p a trio ts T hey know th a t he becam e a valued friend o f W ashington and served with -distinction through th e rem ain d er of th e Revolution. T hey may even re ­ m em ber th a t la te r in his life he re tu rn e d to th is co u n try and th a t every one— P resid en t, congress and p e o p le u n ited to do nonor u th e man who had helped estab lish A m erican inde pendence. And becau se th e recent W orld w ar is fresh in th e mem ory ot m ost of them , they have som e so rt ol a hazy notion th a t our p articip atio n in th a t conflict w as to “ repay th e debt to L a fay ette,’* which is m ade all the m ore real to them because of th e fact th a t G eneral P ershing, upon landing in F ran ce, is said to have stood before

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th e tom b of th e g re a t F ren ch m an and said “ L afayette, we a re h e re !” Even though th e fact is th a t th a t historic u tte ra n c e w as m ade by Colonel S ta n ­ ton. a m em ber of G eneral P ershing’s staff, it sym bolizes so well th e h istoric frien d sh ip betw een th e tw o natio n s th a t we have incorporated it in th e list of our fav o rite legends. P e rh ap s th e affectio n ate regard of a whole n ation for a man who has been dead these hundred y ears should be enough of fam e for him. But th e g re a tn e ss of L a fay ette is m ore than th a t suggested by th e av erag e A m eri­ can ’s idea of him. It is revealed in tiie work of a well-known h istorian w hose biography o f L a fa y e tte ap p eared w ithin recent m onths. T h a t is the hook. “ L afa y e tte .”' by H enry Dwight Sedgw ick, published by th e Bobhs-Merrill com pany. From it we see th a t a l­ though. c o n trary to th e popular idea of his R evolutionary w ar career. L afay ­ e tte w as never a g reat g e n e ra l; he w as alw ays a g reat gentlem an. “N a tu re had bestow ed upon him zeal, courage, energy, honesty, fra n k ­ ness. sim plicity, perseverance, a flam­ ing en th u siasm for w hat he deemed high causes, a disposition so graced w ith charm th a t his wife, his fam ily, his friend adored him an d —a ra re q u ality in am bitious men. a pow er of adm iration, and w hat is p erh ap s ra re r still, a hero to adm ire w orthy of th a t ad m iratio n .” T h a t is th e trib u te which his b iographer pays to him a fte r stud y in g th e fa c ts of his life. And he c o n tin u e s: “L a fa y e tte ran a c areer th a t is w ithout parallel in the history of b u r W estern W orld. His life divides itself into episodes. F irst, th a t of his ad v en tu ro u s youth in A m erica; sec ond. during th e F rench Revolution when fo r a tim e— 1 am hut quoting w hat o th e rs have said—he w as m as­ te r of th e fa te of F ra n c e ; and, third, when in the Revolution of U-cto after a long eclipse a second time, he held that' fa te in his hands. And. besides this, four score y e a rs late r his spirit rose from th e g rav e and did m ore than any o th e r Frenchm an, living or dead, to bring A m erica in to th e stru g g le th a t determ ined his co u n try ’s fare.” L a fa y e tte w as born in A uvergne, a son o f th e ru ral nobility, in a region w here th e nativ es “have been noted, tim e out of mind, for th e ir stu b b o rn ­ ness, th e ir th rift, and th eir readiness of assu m e u n th an k fu l ta sk s.” He grew up a s a sim ple .country boy, “he lacked social graces, w as gaw ky, red-haired and a clum sy horsem an. But th e de­ s ire for, glory alw ays possessed him .” Ju s t how much th is d esire or his “in ­ exorable love of lib erty ” influenced him to offer his services to th e Am er­ ican colonists cannot he determ ined, hut the im p o rtan t thing is th a t th is piles is very difficult to get to and m akes co n sid erab le headw ay before it is quenched, if It is ex tenguished at all. in a t least one in sta n c e th is pos­ sib ility is tak en c a re of by su rro u n d ­ ing th e pile w ith m onitor nozzles di­ rected in to th e h eart of th e pile. In case of fire th e w a te r is tu rn ed on and in a sh o rt w hile th e g re a t pile is thoroughly drenched. A n cien t B rooch Foun d

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H eavy tw eeds and w oolens of th e fancy w eaves th a t defy classification a re still chosen fo r m ost of th e sp o rts co ats, w hich have o ften a trim m ing of th e less e la b o ra te fu rs. P aquin, f a ­ m ous fo r his coats ever since you w ere shopping fo r p an ty -w aists and sunbonnets, sa y s a fashion w rite r in th e New York W orld, has had th e a u d acity to use such inform al fab rics a s tw eed fo r co ats w hich a re in th e so p h isticated fashion of th e p rincess silh o u ette. O ne of his m ost notable offerings is of heavy tw eed in a g ra y ­ ish m ixture, it has a d istin c t nipping in a t the n atu ral w aistline and a col­ la r o f om bre lynx, se t low so th a t the tw eed fram es th e face. Many of th e c o ats from th e sm aller houses a re built on “tre n c h ” lines, but w ith an elab o ratio n w hich would probably send a doughboy into a bad fit o f h y sterics if he heard th e term . T hese, developed in any of the heavy woolen fabrics, have b elts se t high to accen t th e fu lln ess of th e sk irts, raglan sleeves and som etim es yokes. In te re st in coats fo r tow n o r a f te r ­ noon w ear will probably rem ain highly academ ic fo r som e m onths. T hose w hich have reached th is co n tin en t show a d istin c t d e p a rtu re from th e sim plicity of straight-up-and-dow n lines and have o ften diagonal seam ings an d a back flare. V ionnet se n t over h er corkscrew c o at a s a tra n s i­ tion model. T h e silh o u e tte rem ains stra ig h t, but th e re is not an individ­ ual s tra ig h t line used. M any of th e c o a ts hav e cape backs o r cape sleeves, an d a few, ded icated to aftern o o n w e a r exclusively, show a slig h t s la n t­ in g from fro n t to back about th e hem. P aq u in h as used gray broadcloth fo r a full-length co at of th e high-w aisted ty p e w ith an enorm ous collar of black fox and broad sleeves trim m ed by th ic k ro lls o f th e cloth se t on in a se rie s o f arcs. V ionnet also uses g ray fo r one of h er lynx-trim m ed m odels w ith th e flaring cuff w hich g u a ra n te e s th e continued chic of those pull-on gloves w hich reach half-w ay to the el bow. Fur Is Prominent. F u r is used a s a trim m ing in n e a r­ ly all th e new models. F o r inform al w ear, th e flat p elts continue to ta k e th e first prize, a n d shaved lam b, a n ­ telope, c a lf and c h e v re tte a re used fo r th e so rt o f tu rn ed back co llar w hich ru n s dow n both sides to th e hem . F o r form al coats, large, fluffv collars, usually of fox, a re a tta c h e d in th e p erp en d icu lar fashion th a t fra m e s and fla tters th e face. If you a re planning any prolonged sta y in a chilly re s o rt you m ight well in v est in one o f th e a ll-fu r s p o r ts . co ats w hich have been recognized as a common sen se ad d itio n to th e sum ­ m er w ardrobe. T h e se c o ats a re often b u ilt on sw ag g er lines, w ith galyak in w hite o r gray a p a rtic u la r fa v o r­ ite. C afe au la it kidskin and sum m er erm ine a re also recom m ended fo r th o se d ashing young women w ho tra v e l ab o u t th e co u n try in c a rs w ith th e top down. F o r w ear to a roof g arden in th e com pany of an o b d u ra te m ale who re-

young noblem an w as w illing to give up his assu red position in a country w here nobility counted for everything, to go into a stra n g e land and tak e pari in a revolt ag ain st the very social or­ d er to w hich he him self belonged. T h e sto ry of his association with W ashington is a p articu larly ap p eal­ ing one. “T h ere a re a num ber o f cele­ b rated friendships in history in which both frien d s have m utually shown both constancy, tenderness and loyalty and sy m p ath etic appreciation. But th ere is none which I have read of which sets off th e c h a ra c te r of both friends in so vivid and high-colored a m an­ ner. W hen L afay ette w as wounded, W ashington, whose q u a rte rs w ere eight m iles aw ay, cam e every day to ask a fte r him, w ith te a rs in his eyes, and hade tlte doctor care for him as it lie w ere his own son.” W hile L afay ette’s c a re e r as a m ili­ tary leader in th is country w as not especially notew orthy (“he w as the colonial arm y ’s maser* . . . his fo rte w as popularizing an en te rp rise which a w iser head d irected ” ) his c a re e r upon his re tu rn to F ran ce was m ere d istinguished. He w as first a m em ber of th e Assembly of N otables, then of th e States-G eneral. A fter th e a tta c k on the B astile he w as ap p o in t­ ed com m ander in chief of the N ational G uard of P aris. W hen the angry wom­ en of P a ris m arched to V ersailles and th re a te n e d the lives of th e royal fam ­ ily, L afay ette, w ith rem ark ab le sagaci­ ty nnd courage, led M arie A ntoinette to a balcony of th e palace in full view of the mob. And he saved her life, for a day at least, and th is in sp ite ot th e fact th a t th e queen hated him and d eclared once: “It is b e tte r to perish titan to be saved by L a fay ette and th e C o n stitu tio n alists.” Rut th is was L afay ette, defender of the weak and th e oppressed, ihe sam e L afay ette who renounced his titles who tried to steer a middle course during the Frencli R evolution betw een the cruelties of th e royalty which had brought on th e revolution, and th e cru elties of the mob and he succeeded only in bring­ ing down upon him self th e condem na­ tion of th e aristo cracy and the rabble. So although L afay ette failed to rise t<> th e heights of g re a tn e ss and save his country front th e h orrors of the Reign of T erro r, th is new biography rev eals him a s th e g reat gentlem an he wap, a splendid idealist and a tru e hero, a man w orthy of all the honors th a t w ere heaped upon him when he cam e hack to th is country for his fam ous visit. And as A m ericans cele­ Coat of Light and Dark Green Tweed b ra te th e one hundred and seventyHas an Unusual Bias Cut. second an n iversary of his birth this y ear, they can do so w ith th e realiza­ fu ses to clim b into a d in n er coat you tion th a t a fte r all th a t tim e his fa ir m ay find one o f 6he new crep e coats fam e b u rn s a s brightly as ever before. from F ran ce very useful. O ne very sm a rt coat of th is type is a sim ple a ffa ir of black crep e w ith a large cient Irish brooch in a crevice of soft cap e co llar topped by a few fe e t of rock tw o feet below tiie su rfa c e of silv er fox. A nother h as a pro p h etic th e ground. D ating from th e Sev­ flare about th e back, o btained in th is enth century, it is of bronze, and con­ case by m eans o f a c irc u la r flounce sists of th e ring and a pin, th e back and a neckline m ade n otable by a of th e pin being coated w ith enam el very large, very red fox collar. of a light green color and the front Suede Shoes for Fall. of th e pin of dark green enam el. E veryone w ho h a s been w ondering w h at th e fall will bring in th e way T h e H a rd e r T a sk of shoe fash io n s will be p u t out of Religion may help you to forgive h e r suspense by a glance a t th e folyour enem ies, but only a m iracle can lotving p a r a g r a p h : m ake you forgive th e success of your I t is th e feeling o f one a u th o rita tiv e frien d s.—C apper’s W eekly. firm th a t th is w ill be a se a s o n ‘ w hen

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su ed e w ill p red o m in ate even m ore th a n in fo rm e r years, w hen it h as been noth in g unusual. Suede h a s a l­ w ays been m ore highly fav o red in N ew Y ork th a n o u t in th e open sp aces o f G od's country, w here kid has held th e c e n te r of th e stage. T h is y ear, fo r th e first tim e, even th e dam sels of H ollyw ood and th e South will ta k e to su ed e and to suede and c a lf com ­ b in atio n s fo r s tre e t w ear. Follow ing in im p o rtan ce a f te r suede will be lizard, th e one p erennial re p ­ tile w hose g re a t p o p u larity m ay be explained by th e fa c t th a t in th e beige and brow n tones it blends p leas­ an tly w ith fu r. Since th e fu rrie rs p re ­ dict a big season fo r beige lap in and m ink gills, it is probable th a t th e beige and brow p tones w ill be p a r­ tic u la rly w elcom e th is year. T ra ilin g very much in th e re a r is kid, and boroso, w hich to th e reg ret of th is e x tra v a g a n t d epartm ent, is definitely passe. F o r d ay tim e w ear th e w elt shoe w ill continue to be discussed by ail th e fashion au th o rities, bought by a

J^OCTORS q u i t e approve the quick comfort of Bayer Aspi­ rin. These perfectly harmless tab­ lets ease an aching head without penalty. Their increasing use year after year is proof that they do help and can’t harm. Take them for any ache; to avoid the pain peculiar to women; many have found them marvelous at such times. The prod?n directions with every pack­ age of Bayer Aspirin tell how to treat colds, sore throat, neuralgia, neuritis, etc. All druggists.

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Fox Collar Is Effective on Black Silk Coat. Flare Is in Back. few conscientiously s m a rt women, and th en neglected on th e shelves of th e ir closets on acco u n t of its g re a t w eight. W ith th is difficulty in mind, shoec ra f t h as intelligently com bined th e a d v an ta g es of th e w elt shoe w ith th e lig h tn ess of th e oxford m ade inside out—as all shoes w ith th e exception of tiie brogues of sp o rts use are, in case you a re not up to th e little de­ ta ils of th e craft. F o r a w alking shoe in e ith e r black o r brow n they use c a lf a s a trim on m atching suede, com bining w ith th is th e solid le a th e r heel w hich w as the g re a t talk in g point of th e w elt shoe. In one case it is b u ilt up f a r higher th a n its kind and comes in to th e highlow heel’s class, w hich is confidently expected to sw eep th e co u n try early th is autum n. F o r w ear w ith th e so rt of ru n ab o u t tow n d ress th a t falls in to none of the convenient fashions classifications, and to accom pany th e fall tailleu r, th e open shank sandal is offered. W hen th e therm om eter rakes a plunge and fu r co ats a p p ear the closed stra p shoe will he considered fa r m ore sm a rt, lfor the sam e p u rp o se th e tw o-eyelet o r one-eylet. oxford Is an excellent choice fo r th e w om an who specializes in a ra th e r chichi fem i­ ninity. Colored Shoes Liked. T he vogue ho colored shoes show s no sign of a decrease. Blue, which has become as classic a sh ad e as black and brow n, will retain its popularity, but th e crystal-gazing e x p erts predict th a t dark green will also be of im ­ portance. T h is insidious effort to in­ duce women to buy a different col­ ored p a ir of shoes to accom pany ev­ ery d ress in th eir w ardrobe is suc­ ceeding. One of the new est colors is eh ja n ti, w hich tak es its nam e from the red and not th e w hite variety of th e wine, and is urged on you to accom pany any costum e in which any of th e d a rk ­ e r reds occur. A second new shade is known as pansy or an tiq u e pur­ ple, depending on nothing in the w orld hut tiie fancy of the shop you p atronize. A lthough purple shoes may suggest to you nothing hut th e b u r­ lesque circuit, pansy is d a rk enough to he approved by th e s m a rte r so rt of g randm others, and is stu n n in g in su ed e o r file m ore dubious kid. Shoe buckles fo r day nnd evening w ear w ere form erly m atched up to th e e a rrin g s and hat o rn am en ts by conscientious Indies of th e ensem ble. Now th a t our ideas of harm ony in a costum e have become m ore supple, buckles a re chosen to m atch th e shoe ra th e r th an the o th er accessories, and a w ider range of form ality is allow ed th o se very fem inine women who use buckles to call atten tio n to the sm all­ ness of th e ir feet. B uckles a re urged fo r opera pum ps a t all tim es of the day. F o r a m orn­ in g ’s shopping to u r th e new est sug­ gestion is a p a ir of m inute velvet bows, of any ap p ro p ria te shade, w ith an edging of cut-steel beads. F o r afternoon w ear la rg e r buckles a re recom m ended, and these, fo r th e m ost p a rt, a re large sq u a re s o f cut steel arra n g e d in an open w ork desigu

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D rugstore Cowgirls T h e term “d ru g sto re cowboy” origi­ n a te d in th e W est, a s a slam a t the ultra-m odern youths in ten-gallon h ats w ho a re m ore fam iliar w ith ice cream sodas th an real cowboy “chuck.” Now i th e term “d ru g sto re -cowgirls” is ap- I plied to a new fem inine type th a t has appeared in New York. O ne can see them any noon tim e in th e sm aller d ru g sto re in G reenw ich village and off th e m ain s tre e ts generally. T hey d rift in fo r a sandw ich and a soda, and then sit around aw hile, sm oking c ig a re tte s and ch attin g . If th e re is N e x t tim e a coated tongue, fe tid no one else to talk w ith they will c h at w ith th e soda disp en ser w hile business b re a th , o r a c rid skin gives evidence o f so u r stom ach—try P h illip s Milk of is slack. “ W ell,” rem arked one fond fa th e r M a g n e s ia ! G et a cq u ain ted w ith th is p e rfe c t a n ­ a fte r looking over a group of them , ti-acid th a t h elp s th e system keep “it’s b e tte r th an having them loaf aw ay th e noon hour in poolroom s, I so u n d an d sw eet. T h a t every stom ach n eed s a t tim es. T a k e it w henever a suppose.” h e a rty m eal b rin g s any discom fort. P h illip s M ilk o f M agnesia h a s won W est Is W est m edical endorsem ent. A nd convinced T h e re h a s been an exhibition of m illions o f m en an d w om en th ey didn’t F red erick R em ington’s illu s tra tio n s in h a v e “indigestion.” D on’t diet, and th e N ew York public library. T he ex­ don’t s u ffe r; ju s t rem em ber P hillips. h ib it w as m ade very com plete, show ­ P le a s a n t to ta k e , and alw ays effective. ing R em ington’s w ork from his first T h e nam e P h illip s is im p o rta n t; it crude illu stra tio n s to his la te st and Identifies th e g enuine product. “M ilk m ost finished p ro d u ct—alto g eth er a o f M agnesia” h as been th e TJ. S. re g is­ m asterly delineation of th e old, gun­ te re d tr a d e m a rk o f th e C harles H . fighting W est. B ut I heard one wom­ P h illip s C hem ical Co. an d its p re ­ an, w ith a firm-looking jaw , voice c riti­ d ecessor C harles H . P h illip s since 3875. cism. “I didn’t see any such th in g s when I w ent W est ten y ears ago,” sh e re ­ m arked. “W here did you go?” asked h er com­ panion. “A s f a r as Rochelle, 111.”

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Two young prospective a v ia to rs w ere d iscussing th e su b ject of a v ia ­ tion, an d a ce rta in fam ous flyer, w hen th e sm aller, age eight, rem ark ed to th e. o t h e r ; “ W hat if th e ta il o f th e plan e w ould g et c au g h t a s he s ta rte d u p ; it w ould cut a gash in his head, w ouldn’t It? ” H is b ro th e r a n sw e re d : “Yes. it would ju s t m ash him down an d b reak h is hack.” And th e little fellow s a i d : “Yes, i t w ould b reak his gen eral cord.”

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Kills Flies and M osquitoes

T y p h u s K ills 13 Peiping, C hina.—T h irteen fam ine w orkers, m ost o f them A m erican m is­ sionaries, have died of ty p h u s in th e P rovince of K ausu, according to a d ­ vices received h ere recently.

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THE COAST ADVERTISER, BELMAR, NEW JERSEY, FRIDAY. AUGUST 23. 1929

G O OD STREETS FOR S. BELMAR Borough Council Purposes Improving Several Thor­ oughfares in Town

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A t th e su g g estio n of C ouncilm an F r a n k B loom of S o u th B elm ar, th e B o ro u g h C ouncil M onday ev en in g a u ­ th o rized B orough C lerk C. A. T h om p­ son to w rite all p ro p e rty ow ners on T w enty-second av en u e a n d asK if th ey a re ag re e a b le to h a v in g sid ew alk s laid in fr o n t of th e ir h oldings a n d enclose a w a iv e r w ith each co m m u n icatio n fo r sig n a tu re . M r. B loom said th a t tw o -th ird s of th e p ro p e rty o w n ers w ere a n x io u s to h av e p a v e m e n t laid a n d w hile th e bor­ ough is la y in g cu rb s it w ould be a n o p p o rtu n e tim e to co m plete th e w hole job a n d m a k e it u n ifo rm . H e s ta te d t h a t it w ill give th e o w n ers a n oppor­ tu n ity of h a v in g th e w o rk done m u ch m ore ch eap ly th a n if le ft to be done piecem eal. M r. B loom also su g g ested th a t F s tr e e t fro m E ig h te e n th a v en u e to th e so u th e rn b o u n d a ry of th e b o ro u g h be p aved to co n fo rm w ith th e s tr e tc h re ­ c e n tly co m pleted b etw een S ix te e n th a n d E ig h te e n th a v e n u es on th e w est

P H O N E —JO U R N A L S Q U A R E , 1936

ANNOUNCES THE SALE AT

Public Auction! of BUSINESS, RESIDENTIAL, INVESTMENT AND SPECULATIVE PROPERTIES AT BELMAR 201 Ocean Ave (Cor. 2d Ave.) 101 2d Avenue 214 2d Avenue 108 3d Avenue 110 4th Avenue 205 5th Avenue 3 0 1 11th Avenue N. W. Cor. U th Ave. & D St. SPRING LAKE, N. J.

N. E. Cor. 5th Ave. & F St. N. E. Cor. 7th Ave. & F St. N. E. Cor. 8th Ave. & F St. (also 614 7th Ave.) River Rd. Opp. Belmar Casino 309 14th Ave. 307 15th Ave. 320 15th Ave.

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BLUD-RUB

MODERN BARBER SHOP Frank Casaburi, Prop. 804 F Street Belm ar, N. J

Located on State Highway, Route No. 4, within one block of Brielle Depot ”
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PUBLIC AUTCION! A fine plot or lot on the m ost attractiv e pro p erty along the entire Jersey Coast and build your Sum m er or all-year home Convenient to Churches, Schools, Stores, Theatres & R. R. Station

SATURDAY A u g u st 2 4 th , 19X9 On the Prem ises a t 2 P. M, UNDER TENT

RAIN OR SHINE

H u d so n A u c tio n e e rs Telephone Journal Square 1936 12 Journal Square, Jersey City, N. J. G EN ER A L AG EN TS:

CONNELLY -BERGEN, In c 710 9th A venue

Belmai Telephone 1398 Belmar

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