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^H is in Readiness for Opening of Biederwolf Tabernacle Tonight.

Mr. and Mn. Win. Newoorn 3. William Waters Must-Also Battle Was Successful, GoL Object of the Movement is to Will Address Audience at Are Pleasantly RememberPay $4 a Week for SupBrown Reports—CarranSecure Employment for High. School in Behalf of Paris Admit* Losses in Fierced by Congregation. est Infantry Fighting of sistas Helped. port of Son. Odd Fellow*. Relief Work for Serbia. 47 Days. Invited to the borne of Mr. and Mrs.

Sitting aa advisory master to chanWashington, April 7.—News of a see~__-w Members of the w»^~. Sussex County Mrs. Emmelin Paakhurst. the noted cery, former Chancellor William J. ond clash with VOW troops came to joood gajnartUn *Bureau of the I. O. suffragist aad His Excellency, ! \ Magie. in the Elisabeth courthouse on the War Vtpmrtm^t today. The o. F. orsanlsed a local bureau for the Cbeddo Miyatovich. will both come to Wednesday heard testimony In an ac- j American troopers an4 awl the tne Carranza TMIII district Aim*~\~*of _# » _ _Jersey »- —in •_Me%#. Plainfleld tomorrow night under the New tion brought by Mrs. Augusta Waters, forces Joined ln the attack which was . .. „ , „ . . .. . — . — . Lodge rooms, ln Ellxabelh. i auspices of the Mercy Committee of of Harrison avenue. North Plainfleld, ( sueeesafuL No detaila are given. Col- Wednesday night. Members of the New Jersey and will speak of the disagalnst her former husband. J. WU-! onel Brown said that General Outler- T e B t h d t e t r l c t „«„, pr e»ent and the! tress ln SerbU ln the Hartrida* bat Omiautfita of Kaiaer** Ham Waters, formerly of Plainfleld. j rex gave the information of the loca- w o r k l a g B « the bureaT wer. « - ' School Auditorium. The addresses will Troop* Carry oa Went — Gwae i, |tiht-i|«l H|waker. consisted of Mrs. Gustave ; from whom she was divorced in 1914, | tion of the Carranxa troops and that ni.,nmA « , « k w * «r .W \>,.™ commence at 1 20 (Mendel. Mrs. S. G. Sails and Mrs. H. ] for alimony and the custody of her the cc-operatlon of the tatter with oraan- « «Like • « « • «all ! aiother • • v . suffragists In Eng All l» in readiness for the dedlca- J Schuldenfrel. The affair was arranged ' eleven-year-old son, Herman.' American forces was most effective. ; members. land, Mrs. Pankhurst dropped all poParis. April 7.—G«rm«a troops) MOD of the lilederwolf Tabernacle to- ' primarily as an appreciation of the As the * result of the hearing, the Colonel Brown says be has received liUcal work and turned her energies have mad* farther gains west of tb« former chancellor allowed S4 a week work of Mr. and Mrs. Newcorn at Tern' aJght. , ton, of Rabway, was made temporary to war relief. She has taken up as Meuae river,' while the Frmch ro«> For in first time the big "Salva- pie Sbolem. During the last six ! for the care of the child and placed the la being wounded, special activity the cause of tbeUinu* to advance east of the chairman, and Adolph Ulrich, also SU'-d" will resound with the months that the Temple has been with- boy in the custody of his grandmothSerbians. This work has ( the French War Ofice announced toiof Rahway, was made temporary sec- i n•«n«rt»8 pralac of *lx hundred voices, \ out a rabbi, Mr. Newcorn has filled er, Mrs. Herman Kllnsman, of North ow retary. The following officers were brought her to this country and d a v j n a furious night atUck the for the < horUB-choir ban been re- the vacancy willingly and in a man- Plalnfleld. It was the contention of few then elected: President. George W. • weeks _ Mo the metropolitan |Teutons penetrated the flrst line almost to perfection, and Us ' ner that won commendation from the Mr. Crane, who represented the deNewton, of Essex Lodge. No. 27, ot, * * • « • recorded enthusiastic reports trenches of the French on Jie Botam over a width of 300 next five weeks. Dr. Blederwolf The complainant testified that her j .— any other commercial organisation Queen City Lodge. No. 16*. al«> of Jf> T^d northeast n o t h a t off VerdunV d Th ^ ^ ^ B , m ^^ ** a l g n l t y T^ds %!U not ho here In time for the ser- silver humidor filled with the latter's , husband is now employed in !n eJr e D a c .. fc further attacks h fcw PUlnfleld was numbered among the , , , French delivered vice* tonight, but at least two mem- favorite cigars and to Mrs. Newcora former w U h w h l c h H E x c e U e n c y t e H o f t h e many lodges represented. Among Chicago, and she -said he ~*«••— receives a• was given a pair of silver candle- ™« « " »•" ° «».»»«• and sufferings of his country- against the German positions southber* of his party will take part. the Rebekah lodges present were sorrows salary of $45 a week. She asked for men has made a profound Impression jwest of Douaumont. The Teutons The Rev. John F. Carson, paBtor sticks. Both responded in a happy way $4 a week as maintenance for the l l a U o n o r 4. of on the targe ^Q and sympathetic audl- w' were unabel totowttnstana withstand tne the furious furious .opnrdln* to a dsetalon «»rh«i i; members Z — T l from — Friendship, • — — - . . . . .lNo., — «re unaoei of one of the largest Presbyterian and joined ln the merrymaking which r-. . WCT:» -o u ... u »: U < U i^ »«• uio b . -. ~- o nn c u,^ h targe lc n e h d sympathetic audlchild declaring that she wants nothj J " » ' " % £ £ ? %*atff£n\. Johl • T " . ***** " * ^"^ T , **" « ~ » * ' » Messed. During onslaughts and had. to give further Dancing, music and vocal a t t n e churches in Brooklyn, Is to be t!ie ine herself. She and her son are llvmeeting oi i w wgni. jonn plications . „„.. ... vbe _ .... " , „„„„* TI.~ # . . . assault* • ._ are plications were were made made for for Dosltlons, , v llv were enjoyed by those pres- Ing The •_. Infantry a collection will taken principal speaker. Dr. Carson Is an of a. commit ire and six persons stated that they were ' the evening, • • . « • • •f o r l h e Serbian Relief and at the con- | both preceded and followed by able pulpit orator, and members of ent until a late hour and refresh- Ing now with her mother at the Plainelusion a reception for all who desire ' ous artillery duels that rage night field address. , »•> consolidation from the Board o t | l n n e e d o t n e l p the committee ln charge of arrange- ments were served at a late hour. to meet His Excellency and Mrs. and day. The Germans aie making Herman, the boy, was placed on the Trade appeared to ur*s that all orments feel that they were fortunate Pankhurst. wltness stand and his statement was ; ganixations In the cltyget together. Ylolent efforts to stem the French adIn securing him for the services. taken without being sworn. He said ,A review of the life OTihe Chamber vance ln the Douaumont region, callW. D. Murray, chairman of the he preferred to live with his mother. of Commerce was given by several ing up fresh troops for support, but general committee ln charge of the members, and they tdftk the position have been unable to do so. Infantry Bi«'«Icrwolf campaign, will preside at that the chamber Has the parent fighting is now in progress over the the meeting of tonight, which in to wlde body in Plainfleld, and that as others "» front In the -Verdun sector begin promptly at 7:30. The prohad branched off from -ft, they should gram follows: come back. Song, service, conducted^ by Clifford Successful Production Under C. B. Repp and Paul H. Barns, wh° Verdict of $133.40 is Given by A. Braider. represented the Plainfleld Chamber May Apologize. Invocation, Rev. Dr. Charles M. An- Auspices of the Local Lodge Jury in Local District Mayor Calkins Issues Regula- London, April ?.—A despatch from at the convention of the United derson, pastor First M K. church. States Chamber of Cosmerce held in ! Berlin saya (hat United Slates AmResponsive reading. Psalm 34, Rev. Court. of Elks Now Assured. tions for Handling Big Local Directors N a m e Men tO, Washington, recently submitted Inbassador Gerard yesterday talked on Edward S. Ralston, pastor Netherteresting and detailedfreports ot the i submarine matters with Under-Secrewood Reformed church. Attend National Convenmeeting there. ' \ Crowds Expected. A verdict for $13340. the full In spite of the storm at Just the jtary for Foreign Affairs Zimmerman. Lesson from the Old Testament, HagThe freight congest!*) on New amount asked ln the suit, was handThe message says: gal l • 1-15. Rev Ernest R. Drown, hour the singers were gathering for tion in Cleveland. Jersey and other Eastern roads w s s ( e d d o w n „ j l n Disirict Court In expectation of big crowds afterpastor PreBbyterian church. Dun- the first rehearsal of "The Mystic "It Is understood that the Foreign discussed, bat «o actteo. WMUken. i v e 8 t e r d a y , n ^ , u I t 0of the City Wa- noon and evening at the Biederwolf Office had no Information to convey £llen . | Rose," Robert P. Skllllns's cc"lc as it was reported that i b e JPeanton i . _ „ „„„!„„. The regular monthly'meeting of the tar Company against Max Fern, ot Mayor Calkins has , to the ambassador regarding the Sua* Le«»on ' from the New Testament, 'opera production, which Is to ba pr*> Chamber, recentlT boaxd Wdine*stw«f the Y( Tfie "water company [framed traffic regulations to fOTarn •ex and tha other steamship* ln which Lake 2:4l-5», Her. William Lloyd sented at the Plainfleld theatre *..-«r Christian Association was held at the with the Interstate Commerce ComThey will be en- the United States Government Has Jmes, pastor bethel Presbyterian j th* auspices of the Plainfleld Lodge home of W. D. Murray, president, last mission, and results were being se- j on a bill for several months' service fall vehicles there. of ElhB o n M a y ln two houses ln Roselle Park. After forced by the police of Plalnfield and manifested an Interest, but that there chapel. - a n d 3> 1 3 2 s t n B e r s night. cured. a hearing that took the entire day.' North Plainfleld. The regulations was an Intimation that Germany Is Hymn 202. "What a Friend We Have were on hand when Mr. Skllllng was Secretary Garret Keating reportReports of the various committees undoubtedly ready to meet (lie United in Jesus." i introduced. About a dozen women showed many activities during the ed that be had received a communi- the case went to a Jury at 5:30. The : follow: was reached after an honr's 1. Cars and vehicles may approach States more than half vay if it Prayer of dedication. Rev. Dr. Philip were present, who are to act as chapcation from Secretary Redfield, of the the Tabernacle either from Front ghould develop that the Sussex was B. Strong, pastor First Baptist eronet, while at least twentj-five sing- delegates to the International Conven- j United States Department of Com- deliberation. sp- I street or from North Plainfleld. j torpedoed erroneously. Attorney Walter Hetfleld, Jr could not attend last^ cjenlns; be-1 y Christian Asmerce, inf, which he called attention U o n o f t h e o u n g M e n g church. peared for the water company, and | 2. After leaving the Tabernacle all Dedicatory address. Rev. John V. ; cause of other appointments, *""* but soclatlon which will be held In Cleve- ' to the .fact that the paper makers Fern was represented by Attorney cars and vehicles must turn to the Carson, D. D-, pastor Central'will attend future rehearsals. The land, Ohio, May 12 to 16, W. D. Mur- ] were facing a crisis because of the John P. Owens. L. Bergen and John j right Into Geraud avenue and pro- j Washington. April Rlnklng. 7.— Presbyterian church. Brooklyn. j members of the committee were ray, Howard McWilllams, George E. ; shortage of material for the making L. D. Albln. E. R. Ackerman,'of pulp. He asked that local busi- j Whelan, experts in the employ ot the ceed towards Front street; and will Te lopments In










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Now Is the time to protect your garments, etc., from the destructive moths. CKDAK OR LAVKNDKK MOTHMcLeod Also Fears He is to AMNK. 15c pkK-. 2 for 25c Tar I'apcr. 40x48, sheet 5c Be Made "Goat" for PoliCedar Moth Bags with patent Roger D. Mellick, son of Mr. and bangers OAc uv> Mrs. George P. Mellick. of this city, tical Reasons. Drugs and Toilet articles at Photo by American Proa Aaeiictation. yesterday became a member of the popular prices. Secretary of State I^aimlng, according York Stock Exchange, acquiring There was a shortage in the office New to VYaahington reporta. ts holding UnH. ft H. Green Stampx or Hamil- portant conferences with Preaklent Wil- of the Union county clerk of $18,368.88 a seat formerly owned by Edward J. ton l'ou|>onn with all your drug son, Riving rlne to the belief that evidence at the time of the death of James C. Cook, of New York. The seat sold for in the suaaex caae ta complete and thai | C " a i v e rt. according to a report filed 161,000. George P. Mellick is a memstore needs. i-onnrem will be asked to aupnurt „ "„ „ , _ _ , / ,._ ber of the New York firm of Carlisle auppor the rup- J .,._ . . „ with the Board of Freeholders by ture of diplomatic relations with ft Co., and with the addition of Roger firm of special accountants which re- O. Mellick. Carlisle 6 Mellick now many. ] cently went over the books. More have seven firm members on the floor Reliable Prescription than $16,000 has been paid over to the of the exchange. The firm does a large county by Mrs. Calvert and In doing odd lot business. Park Ave. and Second St. this the widow has disposed of the Free Deliveries to Any Part of entire Calvert estate, even Including WIIXIAM A. RKAD DIES. the City. the beautiful Calvert home on Madison avenue. Elizabeth, which went to her New York. April 7.—The death of husband's bondsmen, Hamilton F. William A. Read occurred suddenly at 3 o'clock this morning. Mr. Read Kean and Nathan Leavltt. According to a political story cur- lived at 4 East Sixty-second street. HEADQUARTERS TOR rent in Elizabeth. Major Benjamin He was born in Brooklyn on May 20, King, county auditor, and Neil Mc- 1858 and for a number of years had 9 Leod. deputy county clerk, will be been identified with the banking held responsible for failure to Inform community of Wall street, and was the public of a shortage In Clerk Cal- well known In financial circles. vert's office. It was said that the Board London, April 7. — German attacks of Freeholders would take this action Scoop is on That funny i; have won more ground west of the yesterday, but nothing happened at the cla—Uted P*«* Meuse. the village of Hancourt, on the Avocourt-Beblncourt salient, having been taken by storm. Admission of this succe*s of the crown prince's forces is made by I*nrta, which sets 115 Salt Front forth that French pressure succeeded In making gains in the region north of Avocourt. To the east of the Meuse French troops. It la stated, have carried underground work* of the Germans to the TtAINa LMVI aouthwent of Fort de Douaumont. the •o, K«W 1 or*—1.10. ! . « . S.M. a.at total a n * captured having a front of IS eao«pt aottdara). T.«l 1 « . rPONH WITH ALL VOIR Borden's Malted Milk . . . 3 0 c , 70e D'Jer Kiss Talcum 23c DR1U STORK Merck's Milk Sugar 2Bc Johnson's Sharing Cream . . . .2Oc Antl-Collc Nipple* . . . . « for 2S« 2Oc Mennen's Shaving Cream . . . .2Oc Nursing Bottles fl for 2Oc Cutlcura 9oap 2Or 8 for 2Br Iierset Shaving Cream Phena-Lax Wafers. ASo Seyman's Soap 4.V 3 for 2JV- Best Alcohol, Pint California Syrup Figs «©• Palm-OMve Soap Oc Doan'B Kidney Pllta *0o Woodburys Facial Soap . . . 2 O c Lime Water, pint aoc 3 for 2«V" Bay Rum, Pint Brandreth's PUls 2Oc Colgate's Soaps Carter's Pills 18c Warn pole's Cod-Liver Oil . . . . TBc Wood Alcohol . . . Pt. l.V, Qt, V>c Beecham's PUls lOc and 2Oc Angler's Emulsion 42r Denatured Alcohol.Pt. lftc, Qt. an lefactory sort of session. A session orchestra, under the direction of j flma> "eamsry.^hjahsr scoring. 37*eae.; . ouldn't be very satisfactory where Miss Alice Titus, has met wHh unl- [ HOOS-rirmV fresh gsthtraa. According to the Norristown. Pa.. Daily Herald, the Council there cxtra nreta. resuler lot of members have to go around verssl approval among the members, j do packed. 3%e • nrsta, passed a resolution forbidding gambling and drink in the city i» leatheraproD and slippers. He was In such a hurry to •oldirr hanged that he lost one of his slippers. It fell close under TODAY. '* window, where be was peeking through. Piano Raeltal—Benefit Belgian Re. don't be In socb a' hurry,' whispered the aoldler through the bars. lief, P. H. S. Auditorium. „.._„ will happen UN I get there. But If you will run to my hotel and fetch Annual Meeting Mothers' Associamy tinder box III Kive you a penny.' tion. "Tbe 1«>y w n delighted to earn a penny and soon fetched tbe soldier bis Borough Common Council. Under box. Out In tbe square tbe king snd queen sat upon a beautiful throne Building Trades Council. raised Iwfore a scaffold, and the place thronged with people. Tbe soldier •wanted tbe ncaffold aiid asked If he might be allowed to smoke bis last pipe. TOMORROW. Tb« king granted this, and tbe soldier took bis tinder box and arrack lire three Senior play—P. H. 8. time*, snd up popped three enchauted dogs—one with eyes as big as saucer*, one with eyes as big sn millstones and another with eyes an big as tbe round MONDAY. tower of tbe dungeon the soldier had Just left. Then the dogs flew at the Monday Afternoon Club. soldier* wbo guarded the prisoner and tossed them np m tbe air, so that when Moose installation. they fell they broke all to pieces. Home they took by tbe legs, some by their tan snd some by their noses, throwing them away into tbe air. Tl'ESDAY. •••I won't goT yelled tbe king as the dog with eye« like a round tower Plainfield Meeting Democratic took him and the queen and threw them after the soldiers. 'Then the people In the square became frightened and shouted, 'Oh, good Club. soldier, you shall be our king and marry the beautiful princess!' WEDNESDAY. "Ho they led the soldier to fbe king's chariot snd put him in it, while tbe Cantata, "Bethany"—St. Joseph's i three dog* frisked along In front snd shouted 'Hurrah! Hurrahr All, the ! •mall born put tbelr fingers In their mouths and whistled, and all the soldiers church. Annual meeting—First Presbvtc- j who bad not .been thrown away In the air presented arms. The beautiful I prince** e. All my packing Is done. I ever dreamed It could be. And T s i a daisy by opening tbe sluices of I 1 have Just seen the last box nailed j must live with that knowledge all tbe system each morning and flushup and tagged tor Bhipplng. The the real of my life." ing out the whole of the internal \ house will be empty tomorrow j There was silence In the room poisonous stagnant matter. . cestsed speaking. Everyone, whether ailing, sick oi ' ntuht ' Ortrude Townsend sank i when Ortrude well, should, each morning before' wearily into the easy chair N'ell drew j Finally Nell said: ' "I wish dear' Mother Morton was breakfast, drink a glass of real hot! up (or her. f "I am sure you are thankful that here. She could say something to water with a teaspoonful of limeit is over," sympathized" Nell. "It U help you; she has lived so nobly and stone phosphate in it to wash from' a forlorn task to break up a home, \ lesrned so much. So msny tiroes) t n e stomach, liver and bowels the and you had been settled only a lew when 1 am regretting something I previous day's indigestible waste month*.' have done she says. 'Don't mourn g o u r bile and poisonous toxins, thus: "ll is only a few months, but it over what is past; that is yours no I cleansing, sweetening and purifying seems half a lifetime. When 1 han- | longer. /Learn the lesson your fall- tbe entire alimentary canal before dled the things I had selected so lire should teach you and leave it. putting more food Into the stomach. short a time, ago-filled with such ; The'past is gone; the future we can- Tbe action of hot water and limepride that I was to be mistress of a not control; only the present is ours stone phosphate on an empty stom*«ll-aiii>oinl« of. of nose)f )f and d see how con- reived from this earthquake in my Httlte, but Is sufficient to make anyone tesiptible I am." Nell laughed, but life was necessary to wake me and a pronounced crank on the subject of Onrude's face remained sober. make me think. I do not believe It Internal sanitation. "I hate been thinking of some some- will be possible for me .ever to be FOR RENT—Modern dwelling, 551 thing you said the first time we went quite so selfish snd self-centered ( Belvidere avenue. 10 large rooms and rWing together together. Y You said, AnyoDe again." She rose as she spoke. IS bathrooms; hot water heat: P*£Qnet who is so self-centered as to push Ms "1 wonder If we ever shall meet floors: open flreplaees. Every BaM"^ own plans through with no consider*- ' again. It Is not likely that 1 shsll improvement and convenience. 1M tion for anyone else U doing himself ever come to Fairport again." She 100xl65T May be seen by appointment an injury/ I realise haw true that said, extending her hand. JThe SUto Trust Company. J S U e o a






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CHOOSE LEADERS cal Sport News* Views % HEW MANAGER FTO FORDS, B P.H.S. Nine, on Eve of P. H. S. COURT SIX MS* Reviews and Interviews N. P. H.S.NINE HAND, NAB TWO TILTS First Game, Looks Good ^, i ) LATE START FOR LOCAL BASEBALL. ^ Hiss Clementine Bremble to V


After looking over the Plainfleld High School baseball squad on the eve of the flrst same, It i i iafe to say that the prospects of the Red and Blue on the diamond this year are very bright. In place of the annual Camp Bowser came as the opening contest of'the season, Ben Rosenson, a graduate of last year, has agreed to got together a bunch of former players of the school and line up against the High School nine on I'arker Field tomorrow afternoon.

Only Member* of Oldsmobile Ohac Roll Returned to His Sidney "Back" Butler seems to be Team Present Touch Same Old Office by Resignation the only one at present who Is able to go the route, and he will probably be Figure in Two Games. of Win. SeideL the mainstay of the pitching corps.


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Plainfield'• season of exhibition baseball will bo opened tomor* row afternoon, when the Plainfield High School squad will appear in a practice encounter with a pickup team of diamond nondescripts. A. He Is there with the speed and baa a regular ball game was on the bill for tomorrow but BernardsvUls An election held yesterday afterBULB' HOCHE William Seldel, '17, of North good assortment of curves and will noon by the members of the (Iris' High, the bunch that was carded to meet North Plainfield High School improve with coaching;. "Dutch" PlalnOeld High School, has resigned W . L. PC. H.8. basketball team of the Plalnfleld hero, postponed the tilt. Hutchcroft is the only southpaw on the managership of the baseball High School resulted In the choice S .889 Cadillac While Coaoh Patch's product* arc gauging their the squad, and shows prospects of j team, Charles Roll, a member of the PV .14 7 .667 850 of Miss Clementine Bremble as cap- and tempering their throwing wings, several other city outfits will being turned Into a reliable portslde j senior class, being elected his snc- StnU . . 945 j tain for nest year. Miss Bremble .16 9 .616 fllnger. McDowell will be used as : cessor. The former manager has ae- Ford • • The Hope Chapels will work out on thc 8811 has played centre on the Red and holding practice. rellef man, as orer a short distance ] cepted after school hours which Chalmers . . . . . . . 11 7 .611 862 : Blue team for two seasons, and Is Field, the First Baptist* on their grounds at Myrtle and West .476 .16 11 heis a mystery to the batters. Cap- Iw o u l d not enable him to fill the of- Reo one of the beat the school has turned avenues, and the N. P. H. S. towers will train on Hyde Field. From . . . 8 10 .444 867 taln "Box" Apgar will do the bulk • flce adequately. The election of Oakland 831 out in a number of years. The For several weeks yet Coach Patch of the work at the other end of the R U 7 11 .189 present indications, the first, regular game to be played in thin city O w a 8 In a way a re-election. At Mercer and Captain "Box" Apgar will not be 853 {son just past was her best, and it is .389 meeting of the Athletic As-|Bulck 7 11 battery. "Box" was the backstop I t n e able to decide on any definite line-up, doubtful if there were any centers In rill not take place until April 15, when several teuiim will gv\ into at the close of school last ! Oldamobfle 9 IB .375 899 for P. P. H. H. 3. . last year, and with a but tomorrow everyone will be given for .207 821 the State who played a better gan>e action. This is the latest opening date in mam yearn. to fill thlsiVelle 5 19 r s experience In the e City League !8 p r l n g h ew a a s pp • try. At first base Art Kyle Is the year's than she. Besides being the only Schedule. A h should should •••pp o 8 i t l o n > b b ut t w h e n h l g f a m U y was the Clinton Avenues, he ODP best bet. Kyle has been one-of one on the squad to play in every Tonight—Cadillac vs. Mercer. The heavyweight spotlight is focused on Jean Willard, Frank | thinking (seriously l of f moving i llast! the mainstays of the T. A. B. 8. nine have his best season. game, she established the rather i The outfield Is causing worry more ; , , , , Moran, Jack Dillon, Jim Coffey and Fred Fulton, but one who should f a l e w a B f o r c e ( J t o r e a g n In the City League, and hit ability The Ford team of the Elks' Club unique record of shooting three goals ^lo ( 8 strongest supporters havo been hoping to • - - u : with the former having slightly Noonan, Eder. Alpaugh, Snyder, Taylor has ! Oldsmobile pinners. Only two mem-j past season, was again appointed to { k n o c k e d o u t g j m p i v because he ha* not enough, sense to behave hiir» more experience. "Mac," however, Kline and Davidson all have a chance been appointed coach. Mills. been attending the Colorado School , bers of the Olds team were present, ai position position by u, the me u. ». «. »».. u . , . . . , will be a relief man on the hurling for a berth In the garden. The whole basketball squad, eleven ! self and grasp the fortune that sane conduct will earn him in the mound, and Lewis., who is a former who covered one section" very credit- of Mines until recently, when he was an odd coincidence being that they Berkeley School diamond artist, will ably last year. Is practically certain forced to discontinue his studies on both rolled the same total in the first In number, counting Miss Ruth ring. Fight men agree that Weinert has the qualities to put him at be first choice. To get the right of a berth, while Dunham will likely account of an Injury which he re- j and last games, despite the fact that Wean, who wa the coach, posed for s t n e t o p o f his class. H i s first successes turned his head, and his dis. combination at the difficult corner. be first choice for another part of the ceived In football. He played on up until the last frame they ware bl inciuae .MISS num m»ii, n u n u w u , • Mills can play either the baseball team while attending ' separated by many pins. Coarh Patch is doing some tall ex- outer garden. K m o n c i ' that he U The scores: Dorothy Butler. Mary Simons. Elsa announced the league as completed aideralily more tbun their actual ex- played In St. Stephen's Hall, next er Is as good as signed with lh» nounced today that his club would The setting up exercises in the gym with 1. Thursday evening; penses. world's champions. He and President ~ i l O TO CTIDT CCDICO I travel Sundays, and named several I will consist of correct standing poslIn this session the teams promise to Lannln have come to an understandOther protests being made In Jerf ing and the Texan will play ball for i'other team, among Albert. Fran* movements sey City and Newark are that It Ismake it very interesting by putting • Mi Ui IU OI All I O t n l t o playersthem whoJoe will be on the j ferent tion. limbering up designed exercises to andreach dlf- National a s manager: Boston, notwithstanding the story cir_ i g l LLee e e and Henny Albert, of Scotch |\ and strengthen the swimming nerve. nerves impossible to procure sunrtionH, the In their best players. Captain John manprevailing fetlin^ being O.at the A.| M cMahon, of Dunellen. hinted last • muscles of the neck, chest, back ?ager: ; ^ d l n £Harrlsburg. . r J " m " ' ' T George Cockhlll", culated In New York that Tris Speakplatng a n d w v e r a , f o r m e r Saurer|and er Is to be traded for Fritz Malsel and A. 1. Is holding back so tiat interest night that he still has in his reserves players, including Henry BeUenber- . » n d Hmbs. Lebanon. Hugh McKlnnon: Allen- a lot of money. will not be taken from :he celebra- Nome players who cannot be turThe semi monthly meeting of the ger. George Miller and Johnny Dlxon. ! Thi» course of training will prepare Willie Keeler: York. Lew for l n e lo n Harry Moulton will do the catchactual work to follow In the * tlou tournament to be held In New- passed, and will produce them at the Plalnfleld Motorcycle Club was held in Ritter. and Altoona. Percy Stettler. The other leaders, t h e c i U D rooms on Somerset street, inp. He and Slocum will work out swimming pool, where instruction will ark t,his summer. This tourney has next -meeting. Groome said that President Tener. COLLKCiKH TAKB VP noWMXO. Robert McCormack of S t . Joseph B, l a s t evening, fourteen members being for the first time Sunday. A week j •>* continued along the line of swimAn intercollegiate bowling tournaalready been Ran.il of the National League, is favoring diving, life saving and racing, ment will be held at New Haven toThomas Cassldy the A. A. V- c-om- and Patrick O'Brien of St. Marys, will | present. The chief news item of the , from tomorrow the Plainfields will mlng. their movement and will see It gets T n e profit by the little bit of information meeting is the fact that the members play a practice game *tth some local ! Recreation Committee has ar morrow, following which steps will mls-siuner for the district, had A r a n K«l with George A. Keene. former ; Protection. The Lancaster team has be taken to form on Intercollegiate appealed to by the disgruntled clubs. and thereby strengthen their teams. ! voted to hold their first run of the ! nine, probably the St Joseph's H j season on Sunday. April 16. to Flem- week from Sunday. Manager Jones i «*"il bo held Columbians on the Columbus d a b ers, Wesley E. Schuyler aad Richard eral members of his staff. A recep- I on Wednesday night, April IS, at S I o'clock, when reports will l-w prescntfloor, the Knights winning. O. Wildetion committee Is to be appointed to Rev. Dr. A. W. Sonne will attend meet him and the Westfleld Band will jod and officers will be elected. the Presbytery of New Brunswick at act as an escort from the train to the ItOXIN'C; BOVTS TONKJHT. BELGIAN-BKUKP MEFTlSfi. 179 North Ave. Opp. Depot Trtoton. Tuesday. An Invitation will school. Charlie White vs. Matt Wells. I t be extended to the presbytery to hold There will be a Beltlan Ro!i«f | Fisk, Goodyear and Firestone rounds, at Kansas City. meeting at >9« Hillside arenvo. on !th« June meeting here. Cannoa Kmmou, of Steiner place. Freddie Welsh v». Ritchie Mitchsfl, ! John P. McPhersoa will soon beKorth Plainfield. who was seriously Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Bicycle Tires. 10 rounds, at MHwaske«. , ' gin the erection of a new dwelling at burned at the New Jersey Cential Carl Morris vs. Gunboat Smth. IS —Try Press 8prl«x street and Maple avenue. shops at Jersey City some time »?o. . roaada, at Talaa. Oklv -; —That fnauy I«>t]ow wfcleh he wilt occupy wfcem completed. Is slowly improvms. tko classify

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Work on the Hoffmans-Lower Valley macadam road will be begun la a week or teavdaya. Mr. Meakes. the contractor, was here Tuesday making arrangements. ~ Falrmount talent will produce "Valley Farm," April 14. in Apgsj-s Hall. Mr. and Mrs. John Hummer are enCallfon. The play was produced recently la the Falrmount Methodist tertaining the brother and sister-infl*he world's finest woolens law of the Utter, Mr. and Mrs. John go into our suits, and into Austin Hoekenbury has decided to Mutchler. of Broadwaystay at Hoffman* and not move to An- George M. Alpaugh is spending the those of the high priced week in Newark. aaadale. as reported. tailorV. Mrs. Fannie Lomeraou has reMiss Edna Hoffasan, of Callfon. spent the first of the week in New turned to Dover, following a short But~we have it on even York. visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the best of tailors. Mrs. Ellas Wack. of Parker, la visit- David Lutes. While they fume and fuss, ing Mrs. Isaac Hoffman at Callfon. Lawrence Maxwell has taken emMrs. Oscar Tlgar. of Callfon, is visit- ployment with the Middle Valley we deliver your suit. ing her parents at Pottersville. Trap Rock and Mining Company for Fine rich mixtures—many D. W. De Mot. of FlnesvlUe, Is re- I the summer. our own design and all concovering from aa Illness at the home I The farm of the late George T. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Geist, Par-I Hann. near Creatmoor, has been rentfined to our own use. sonage Heights, Callfon. j ed to Earl Cline, of East Or&uge. The Silk linings, if you prefer, Degrees were worked Tuesday night present occupant, George Hann, Jr., and tailoring as good as the by Fidelity Lodge. Knights of Pythias, will move April 16 to the Lauraman of Callfon. best. farm, near Parker. William Thornton has resigned his Mrs. Ella Stlres is ill at her home in Albert Lambert, of Mountalnvllle, Sizes and variations of position with a Newark firm and has Main street, Califon. is visiting Augustus Renkel. sizes in so many models that acepted a position in Splcer's. Miss Jennie L. Sprout, of West OrPeter Leach, of Plainfleld, who re- ange, and Miss Susan Price, of Newwe can safely say—we "fit" cently purchased the blacksmith busi- ark, are at High Bridge. MA8TKR BUILDERS DINE. 999 out of every 1000 men ness from William HamlHon. moved County Superintendent Jason S. Seventeen members of the local I who come into our stores. his family to this place the first of Hoffman spoke Tuesday on educational Master Builders' Association enjoyed ' matters at the Califon Public School. an Informal banqdet at MacDonali's the week. May we prove our contenMr. and Mrs. Charles Brantlnghnm Another meeting will be held Satur- restaurant on North avenue, last tion? are entertaining their daughter, Mrs- day afternoon, when the members of night. The affair was arranged mereThe price, you know, will the Lebanon and Tewksbury Township Harry Klinger, and daughter Hazel, ly aa a "get-together'* to promote socBoards of Education will be present. iability. Matters pertaining to the be much less than Mr. Good of Jersey City. William Metx, of New Market, su- County Superintendent Hoffman will building trades were discussed In a Tailor must ask. pervisor of the schools in the town- preside. general way, and, as a whole, the Miss Helen Doha has returned to ship, visited the local school yesterevening was a profitable jne for all Kenvll, after visiting her sister, Mrs. present. ROOMS PBBT COMPANY day. Henry Teeple, a former resident of James Little, at High Bridge. Charles C. Rusch, of High Bridge, this place, bat now of Washington is on an extended trip through the —Amocg the readers of tnis news»»*r Valley, is spending a few days with West. paper's classified columns are possl-1 Ooraenr IVUiAve. his niece, Mrs. Melvln Teeple. at 41atet. After spending a week with her ble buyers for any desirable real es- I Harry Robe, of Richmond, Va., Is daughter. Miss Lelicie Levy, of New *e»o '•w Tot* City. la Aim ol^v • the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Laing for a few days. Elmer E. Teeple, of Stelton, has returned from a visit witn friends here. William Waldron, steward of the township farm, has returned after visiting friends here. Postmaster John Geary has sold It's easier to demand good furniture today than it is to get it. It pays to know what you want and his touring car. He expects to purwhere to find it. More than ever, people are coming to KIRCH & CO. to supply their chase a delivery car the latter part of this month. furniture needs, and knowing that they can get what they want at the price they want to pay. Lenten services were held in the Sacred Heart church last night. Atter the stations of the cross, benedicNatural rood, heavy roll on body, 6olid oak cases, with brsss hardtion was held. unitary lining, steel tubing framesi ware and lever locks; well Insulated; heavy rubber tire wheels. every one an ice ssver. Reg. Price Reg. Price Reg. Pries $9.30 fl2.SO $20.50


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BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS 'Regularly $7.98—Saturday Special. .



Unexcelled tailoring—exceptional materials—• to IT years—majority with H» SUB sr Trtassns* Orders nw Is* ruM»«ISgl / , ** trousers—cheviots, homespuns, wool crasheo In popular Spring mixtures, | Plaids and checks, varyltiK from almost Invisible to mart pronounced plaid $ 16.98 Muses' ss Junior Suits. . 11.4? , effects—Norfolk* Norfolk* with side, "box or Inverted pleats, or *lngle-brrast sack 14 lo II yrs.—Navy, green, bra i s . w new blue. Mark and smart ' t » Plain fronts ana pleated backs—atttched-on or three-piece belts rookie, checks— poplins and other Spring fabUned trousera—silk sewn throughout. j — ric*—Mara and fitted models. Boys' Fins Suits— ") o OS. YovtW L e u Troaser S«4ts~1 *1.98 Girls' Waits D r e s s e s . . . . 1 . 4 4 For best—» to IS yrs. J »•«"•» #pee»«l i Matchless variety ln tweeds, mixtures, Sices I to 14 yrs—French styles of S1I.O to I1J 6«. homespuns, eaassmeres. wool velours and lawn or embroidered nrirandle—some cheviots—plain color*. Spring mixtures with embroidered edges and trimmed as well as two and three tone checks In 13 to IS rheet—two or three button panel effects—others embroidered an4 small or medium- and plain or novelty single breast sack models — Spring adorned with lace and hemstitching— styles... .Fall ratige of colors, from cheviots, worsteds, caaslmeres In large tucked backs.—plaited skirts—ribbon very light to medium dark Norfolk assortment of pattern*. Including plaid*, belts. and single breast sack models ln every novelties, mixtures and stripes—flap or favorlte modification — faultlessly tail- patch pocket*—plain or cuff sleeves— 98 ct. Girls' Tub Drosses. .M ored— perfectly finished Majority mohair or twill linings—very well tall- New ginghams and pretty plaids self ored. have extra trousers. or whits repp collars ana pipings— girlish models—4 to 14 yrs.

Special Value in Confirmation Suits For Boys, 7 to 20 yr. sized—

Reliably dyed navy blue—purs worsted serges tn plain and novelty weaVes—remarkably large assortment of Norfolk models— new styles hava been added during psst two d a y s . . . . M a n y styles have extra trousers.. . . Tailoring to meet most exacting demand—alpaca Unluga—silk sewn throughout—every detail that ths boy likes, as well as those points of stylo aad durability that parents look for

GIRLS' Suits, Coats, Dresses Croat Eastor Stocks. Girls' Middy Drsssss I to 14 yrs— Special Saturday price 1.S8 Hew middy twill—kilted whits skirt— •ew bias or old rose with white In Muart atlddy stripes m the blousa. which m atttacUve smocking, flahwtf* and pretty facings. 9 8 to B.Stt Carts' Soriag Coats— I to 14 yrs.— • Favorite Pries 6.98 sod DSW blue serges, checked and & worsteds aad attractive Spring tttree—fall length straight snd are models—self snd silk trimmings Iocs or contrasting eolprs. Finer Coats to 1 4 . 9 8 | CMs' Tailors*) Softs—12. II a\ 14 jrrs ! A Really Pins Value 8.98 ; Finely checked worsteds, navy and n«w 1 blue serges—smart circular skirts—well ! tailored oosta that present a trig, attractive appearance. Other VaOorod Salts to 1 T . S 8 Coats (or Uttlo CMs—« to I yrs.—.

2.98 to 14.98

- sTsrg—. worsteds, gabardines, silk snd ; 'wool poplias and golfinea. navy, new !1 Mas, champagne, old and bright rose. willow green and other favorite colors : CuaMag models for dress up. : plainer oass for play sad many others for every occasion that requires any . coat whatever. World for sootatloas la for •oaanaattom.

$2.98 White Voile Blousos XAM Veals* or Val. lace Inserts with pla tucks—or fine emb'y batiste. B l o u s o s . . . . . . . . S.«7 Crops de Chine and Oeorgette crags white. bsaana. willow grsea aad flesh tint—tailored and picture styles. $1.98 SUk Blousos.. . . . . , > . . . . 1 2 8 Crepe ds Chine and pussy willow laffstas—plain or plaited tailored modeU.

93.M WOSMSI'S Trimmsd Hats. . 1 J » Up-to-tfc*-e»toute styles of bandaaid straws—large sasaU—• and other o fnavy, "brown,' greenand and roos. black. Lsry* assortmest of Bstster Cards «!.«• Ui sad Booklets 1 to .TV hqlan bssj^ aad^Mssrs j ^ a Holy Week Books—gilt edged «• Sacred Heart Manuals . 3 6 medrsA abases bUck, hX Prs>ysr Books—Kay of Heaven or vest pocket—with Oosnalaad BpUfleVV. J5 -My Prayerhook" sr "With Ood~ 1 . 2 S»X4« Girls' MitttaaryWhits Prarsrwaoka—Cross Inside.. . 4 0 Urses aod ssort styles Mask, browm. Books. "Way of the Cross".. S and .1O navy, rose asd natural tint. Rosaries—alekle bound cross 16 OoM-plated Bookmarks . . . . 49 ct. OoM-platad Rosaries—mfrs.' Buds sod full blown roses. . eto.—with foliage—exeolleat oo tee 5 and 10 yrs.—various i tlons stones »-*4 Wosaoa's Black SB Vigil Lights—1 doa. hi box with red glass SUkataff Pottieoats. . . n * .11 Also box of S do*, with red glass.. Fins looking — high lustre •*- doao shlrfed pleated llousoas — makeVo Prajrer and Hymnal Bets—gilt edges) guarantee for oae year—all lengths. New Testaments 19 Text Bibles 4 8 S4.M Boys' Norfolk Suits S^S Scholars' Illustrated Bibles—leather • to IT yra.—-.wool crashes, also mixbound—red under gold edges... l.OO tures ln cheviots and caaslmsreo— stde Teachers' Bibles— plaited coats—many with extra trousred under gold edges . . . . . . . . . 1.-49 ersUS) cL Boys' Trousers. • to 18 yrs. . 7 4 Mixtures In cheviots, worstsds snd Saturday SperUla in tweeds—straight, blooassr or knlckorbocker style. WATCHES

For Lmton Devotions and Easter

Oold « l l e « W»«saas--thin 4 9 ct. Boys' Skirts V *4 models—gold dials—very fine moveI I S to 14 neck—Spring fabrics—soft ments—laamntoed timekeepers— and laundered cuffs snd collars atIO-jrr. guaranteed gold tilled cases 6.OO tached. fl-Z» Aftor-Dinn Cloths 74 ctaatelalne—gold dials—mliaole *«xS7—Turkey red snd white—fast for monograms—value f t . l l 6 . S O colors—fringed.

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Misses', Juniors' and Small Women's Sizes for Dress, Promenade, School, Business,

19.98 24.98 29.98 and wool poplins. One twill and men's wear serges gabardines,

69 et. More'd Daasasks—7» in.. . . 4 4 Bleached — heavy — wanted patterns. 79 ct. Ramie Uaoos At 4s In. — soft finish — for suits or dresses. 2» ct. TarUsk Bstk Towel.. Jtl XIX4& In-—extra large slse— hemmed white or red striped borders.

Blk wool velours, worstsda and handsome taffetas—gobelin blue, navy men's w^«r IS ct. Uaioa Liaoa Huek Tswols I I blue, rookie, light and dark brown, willow green, smart checks and rftrtous 17Hxl4 ra.—heavy quality—hemmed red or whits borders. novelties. Exceptionally floe range of flsxe, rtpplsj, straight, box. Norfolk and other U ct. Disk or RoUor TowoUiags. %\ correct styles from best designers, and makers—Every Uimmlntr touch Is Just Oood quality—bleached. right, nothing Is «verd.on«; good taste la the chief charayK*:Atle from svery point of visw. 14 to I I 1 2 * s t . Faacy Wkito OuUlos. . . . 1 Various sates—assorted designs. Smart Saris* Coats ,1 O v SpocisJisosi Suite 14 29 ct. Scarfs aod Square*. . . . . . .18 for Misses sad Jun • t a Popular Pries) 'J Assorted styles. Beet liked colors in wool poplma, also Choice styles thole* workmanshipsmart combinations ln checked worsteds choice s senrtroen:—Uno chock worsted *2 • M three tone blocks tn wool vsloors— and smart assUn colors In hkrd's-ere 2 9 ct. Bloacaod Sstootsags Very Islcg* variety of daftart modsls. each P . sattrrflolsh gsbardlne and othar 'Pl t U yds. wide—soft nalsh. s u m Ing to be worth A lot more than Its brlcs. br price. •a. St Other COaSs to M . M Standard quality dressing. asyla, i s s l i t j aa« workmi .r .mofleU of gpruss are wortfc lsvssUgatlmg — •XSO Foatkor Bod Ticks I SI Ready for filling — beat « afBBCM irWMCBWBMB—MAIM riOOB. ~[sd dei with fancy tucks eslgn, pleated. I trtssiuad with corded and'sblrred 4* ct. Men's S0k Nockwoar -J4 " l — ail lengths — fltted elastic Fancy stripes and figures In fashionL able Spring shadas—large open ends rcmooui—BBCOSTD sra?a rcaxjaarxos—MAIM « M f Wos Corsots $ X M GtrU' Spriac Coats 2JS Hi? ^ 7 W | > U * c* Ksw Sprtaa cooosls la black and whits shsp *d- i hsuhs — youthful i* belted stylos- contrast atlk trimmed B» c t .oostsBn—ss*^irf CkUsVost's Hosjs .14 Blaok and whits cot collar. cusTs and bslta slats • to 14 doubl CtaVI.g' DBW.—S fLOOI.

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Breast and Shank California Hams, Veal, lb lb Morris Supreme Rib Veal Chops, Hams, lb lb Stratford Bacon, by Loin Pork Roast, strip, lb lb Sperry & Barnes' Milk Fed Roasting Bacon, by strip, 11 Chickens, lb Hindquarters MutFresh Killed Fatted ton, lb Fowl, ,.. Legs Mutton, Fresh Killed Stewlb ing Chicken, l b . . Prime Rib Roast, Fancy Greening Apbest cut, lb ples, 16 qt. basket Rib Roast, blade Fancy Baldwin Apcut, lb ples, 16-qt. basket Chuck Roast, Spinach, lb V«-Pk Rump Jersey Milk Celery, 8c; Fed Veal, lb 2 for Full Legs jersey Milk Fed Veal, lb Grape Fruit, Loins Jersey Milk Fed 4 for Veakwith kid- €*£kg% Strictly Fresh Jerneys, lb '. ^. «vt ««y Eggs, d o i . . . Special attention paid to telephone orders. Kindly phone orders early to insure prompt delivery.

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Next to Marchant's mey Dying a Specialty Telephone 1913 BETTER QUARTERS MEAN BETTER S E i m O E And We Hare the Beat in Plainfleld.

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Your Next Tenant U an "Ad-Readcr" Dou t you think, judging by the interesting store adverThe tenant to whom your prspartj wo«ld be BMS* vsJoable la a - tisements printed today, that a visit to some of the stows just of the T o Let" aarmleemeBts. ^ ^ "*•"* now might be interesting as w*U as profitable to yonf If your adr.rtlsement to thettal, eeteit* u « fmlly tafermlns he win no tH» of the student of the "ads"—but you've heard womea »*y i t reeocnlie It as meaai&f OPPORTCNTTT to him, and he wlU banTM tmm IB getttec tn touch with you. probably a great manv times. B«t If re*r adTarttoemoBt shoaid be ngo^ BBtafnmtof and wrtttsB A woman with buying to do never eaves any time by omitting to read the advertisements. Xo* does she ahrav. pax-Talus) for her dollar. .„>,.... . - -; , . . ^*

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Curtice Bros. Blue Label Cattop; large bottles

Evaporated Milk, tall cans; 3 cans

Toilet Paper, large rolls; 8for

Leggett's Premier Ripe Olives; large cans

Leggett's Premier Jams; 18c bottle; 3 botties

Schumacher's * * * * Graham Floor; large package

Hawaiian 81iced Pineapple; large can, 17c; 3 cans

Hawaiian Sliced Pineapple; No. 2 can; 2 cans

Pure Cocoa in bulk; a lb



OCCOQUAN PRISON FARM WORKHOUSE Miss Townsend Prepares Extensive Report to Be Presented to Co. Committee.

ENDORSES THE SYSTEM BeUeiea That It Woald Be Ideal for TJaloa County From a Standpoint of Both DisclpUa* aad Ecoao-

MOV! I N G You will facOiUte the installation of your telephone at your new address by notifying us as far in adhn as possible. With the large number of telephone removal that we receive each it is desirable that we tain early notice -of any intended change in location.

As a result of her visit to Washington as a member of the committee apFinest Imp. Boneless Barpointed recently by Judge j . C. ConPure Peanut Batter in full A - i A Mother's or Quaker Oats; dines in Olive Oil; large cans. nolly to Investigate the question of pint Lightning Jars MM.\* 3 10c packages establishing a county work farm for prisoners. Miss Harriet Townsend. of Campbell's Assorted Soups; Elizabeth, has prepared a report Fresh Rolled Oats; 3 Robertson's Imported Mannwhich she will present to toe committee In which she explains the system 6 lbs for alade; l i b jar, 17c; 2-Ib jar. employed at the Occoquaa farm, in the District of Columbia. This sysBitter's Baked Beans; large tem she haa enthusiastically indorsed Hershey's Breakfast Cocoa; Burnham's Clam Chowder; cans; 3 cans as ideal for Union county from a 3-lb can y r lb box standpoint of both discipline and economics. Macaroni or Spaghetti in \ C A The Occoquan system, she reports. bulk; 10c lb; box of 20 lbs. X « t f V Swift'a Pride Laundry Soap;; Oi Swift's Arrow Borax Soap, « | receives prisoners from tho Washing10 cks.,34o; box 100 cakes.. 10 cakes, 39c; box 100 cakes Om ton police court sentenced to from 5 NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY to 720 days and puts them to work on Ivins* Spice Wafers or Milk a tract containing 1.150 acres of Choice Evaporated Peaches Crackers; a lb «. & WIUOV, Loosl CoauMreLal Maaafw, N. Y. State Apples; woods and farm land. The results or Prunes; 3 lbs . . . have been remarkable. SOT Park ATCBM, Plaiafiald, H. gallon C-*-"* Miss Townsend's report on the OcHuyler's Chocolate Almond coquan system, with figures and other Bars; 3 5c cakes Japo Cleanser; information concerning Its operatiofT Grand Ma's Borax Soap Pow3 5c cans is as follows: der; large package "Occuquan Prison farm, the workBovim Bouillon or Chicken house for the District of Columbia, Is Double Dip Matches; Cubes; 2 for 5c; box of 1 0 . . . a demonstration of simplicity, efficienRichardson & Robbins' 3 boxes for . cy and humanity in dealing with the Chicken Broth; 3 cans CONTINUOUS 2-11 P. M. short-term prisoner. Smoked Bloaters; "Prisoners with five-day to 720Finest Columbia Rv. Salmon, Paramount, Triangle, Fox and Metro Photoplays day sentences, from 15 years of age 3 for Finest Red Alaska Salmon; Changed Hatly _ _ _ _ _ i/2-lb flat can, 12c; l i b can.. to 65 years, men and women, white l i b tall can and colored, are sent directly from Boneless Smoked Herring*, -f Q-r» the police courts in the city ot WashTODAY—By Special Request Fancy Cut Beets; a lb A O C ington to the prison farm, thirty Finest Maine Corn; miles out into the country, where, large .can within an hour of their arrival, they 2 cans la Scaled Herring; large are put to work. —- — Pride of the Farm Catsup or wooden box "The prison farm tea tract of 1,150 Imported Smoked Sardines, acres, consisting of hills and woods Eddy's Sauce, a bottle.... and poor soil which the District of The Last Kplsode of 'The Social Pirates' in Olive Oil; 2 cans Mother Cook's Tomato Soup; Columbia bought six years ago for Her© Every FHday "THE RED CIRCLE" SI8 an acre. At that time Warden Robin Hood Brand Asparaa can Whlttaker was sent into this wilderSugar Peas or N. T. State gu8 Tips, a can ness thirty miles from Washington Corn; 3 cans E. & W. Brand Coffee—The drawing with fifty prisoners. There were no buildings, not even a clearing In the qualities of our E. & W. Coffee are Robertson's Imported Jams, consistwoods; all they took with them were simply magnetic; a trial will convince ing of the following assortment only: Finest XXXX Minnesota army tents, tools and supplies. CHARLIE CHAPLIN you; l i b package, 33c; Q£ Damson, Gooseberry, Red i Q Flour; 24V2-lb bag "In a month's time three acres had ta Currant Per barrel .$7.00 3 lbs been cleared, stumps pulled, lumber cut. shacks erected, which provided dormitories, dining room and kitchen and storehouse to accommodate MUSTY SUFFER" 300 prisoners. With Harry Watson "All this has been done by prison labor, taking the skilled and unTUESDAY MONDAY skilled j u t as they have been sent up from the police court on sbortJOHN EMERSON It's easy work with this and long-term sentences, putting DORO In new roller, which you can ' them to work under skilled foreman In fill with water to make it In squads of from twenty to thirty. When you buy your Land has been cleared, trees grubbed, as light or as heavy as hills "THE VILLAGE graded and roads made, sower A Paramount Picture suits, coats, dresses and you wish. and water system built, lumber BLACKSMITH" sawed, concrete and cement mixed, Keyatone Comedy skirts at our factory and buildings constructed—so that the A Frank Daniel*, Sis Hopwarden Is able to tell you that noth6th "MARY PAGE" Him * Bod Coroedy_ save the middleman's ing had to purchased but window glass, fixtures, tools and machinery. I profit. WEDNESDAY—THEDA BARA IN GOLD "The notable departure from theI "RotUr Bearing and AND THE WOMAN." elaborate and expensive institutional MUBCU Sparing" type of building, in which to house You can* regulate the the inmates, is the economical feature of the prison farm and offers a weight for soft lawns, firm solution to the cost problem of pristurf, or hard drive- on erection. way, and you can "The prisoners sleep in plain board empty the roller one-story dormitory buildings, each lor storing away. ! accommodating 200. There are no beds except In the female doriritorBy paying big prices for A platform 8 feet wide. 2 feet See it at our -les. high, runs the length of both sides store. suits, coats and dresses. | and double down the center, making) | two aisles. Upon these are placed the A*k for irmm |mattresses and bedding. Every day With a reputation. Don't be misled Into buying one for looks. booklet "Proper these are put out In the air aud the Our years of experience in testing out—In selecting for Care of Lawns". ! whole building is washed out. vour service only the beat of everything in hardware, has led us I "The buildings have no cellars or to offer you the BALDWIN REFRIGERATOR as the best for Seeds, Fertilisers, U w v Mowers, foundation: they stand on wooden 35 years. Poultry Wire, Pittsburg Peace, ' piles, the spaces between being filled l i n e , Halphar, Bordeaux Mixture, , In with concrete as time allows in this > Solid ash or oak cases, porcelain lined, sanitary, high Sticky nandtag. Spray Pomps, hive of industry. The washhouse Is! grade, low price, coldest, dryest, sweetest built. Slag Shot, Toots, Bpadea, Hoes, separate, of the same construction, j THAT GAS RANGE you were thinking about—come in noe> out having a concrete floor. Wash and let us show you the celebrated FORTUNE RANGE. Economical, convenient, hot for cooking, cool for cook. stnks are provided, also bathing faciOffers you the best qualFor Sale by lities by the substitution of rows itJ% l a t e 8 t 8 t y l 6 f a n d m o s t of water pipes with shower fixtures Mstead of bathtubs. Nothing could Superbly-styled models for at Latest adaptations. beautifully be simpler, cheaper or mo«i cleanly. c l o t hes • , , , . lined, excellent tailoring, smart styles, dress, promenade and sport wear. "The mess hall and kitchen, also j heretofore unheard Ot I g u a r a n t 6 e d fit, complete color range. THE BIST OF EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. the rest hall, are of similar plan and construction, always the maximum of Oeaeral Hardware and Hooae119-121-123 E. Front St., Plainfteld. utility and cleanliness with minimum cost. Two Phones, 5—6. Froat Street, eoraer Park Aveane "Prom the enumeration of all these Telephone 3»8. prison industries and bom} construction, it is readily understood that there Isn't an idle prisoner from WHT HOT HAVK TOUR ! custody of the offender is the primary morning to night, except the sick, for mates. You will not make a mistake in looking elsewhere first, but you will make a BATHBOOM TfLED? reason for maintain Ing prisons." whom a well-equipped hospital Is pro"Debit: 1915—June 30: approBathroom, laundry aad k mistake by buying elsewhere before looking over our assortment. wlth open-air treatment pro- priations. $187.4«8.7»; larm prowork a apadalty. ducts and milk, $20.7**01; lum. porcnea and Yeattbwlaa Tided on screened porches. —Find the "likely-looking- aos. la tiled. "In addition, the women make all ber sawed. $l.t»7.11; total. $S0».- oday's classified columns—*aA the clothing for both male sad fe-»51.»4. THOMAS H- BOSS "Credit: ltlB—June 30 By farm male Inmates, do all the laundry for both, clear the land about their own products. $18,414.15; by milk to The use of Wood Brook building, make paths, manage their j United States Jail. $3,361.8»; lumber Farms milk is protection own ponltry yard, can the fruU from , nsed. $1.«97.11; three barges comMaker of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats and Suits. against many of -the ill* the orchard, paint their own buildings pleted. $9,000; one sand dredge, lumber and machinery on of childhood. aad. besides, make hundreds of jar- j !,000; 4.2C6.410 red brick meats for other Institutions batons-1 TONY LUSARDI, lac to tae'THatrlct of Columbia. •^ CORXKR 4TH ST., TROIXBY STATKMI. delivered to Washington. D. C . $>».Your doctor will tell yon "Over and above the stoee and 3*4.87; 2.500 paving blocks. $32.that nothing menaces chilB. K1VATWO8 brick used in the prison farm con- 50; 4.23«% cubic yards «U>ne dtllvdren's health so seriously struction, there have been shipped ered to Washington. D. C . $3,252.38: front the farm to Washington tor Its brick used on farm, $3.«45.1»; stone as impure milk. streets, sewers aad aohoolho—s ta •sod oa farm. $1,232.80; net root of the Ore yean $57,058 worth of red lace and construeUoa. $1*4,Write us or call, and let n« brie*. IS.tta worth of pertnc Mocks. $41.«»; total. $2«».f51»4. explain how and why $7,1*8 worth of crashed «toae. "It Is no weader that with farther -For the rear l»l*-ltl» the tav iieliiiawsat of these prison farm la Wood Brook milk is health stltntioa s«rsads< for ail purposes. dastrtea the wardea counts oa this insurance. Including matatoaanco, maaafarmr- laaUHillna which takes care of 725 a, becoming entirely selfIns account and WOOD BROOK FARM*. supporting within two years. $187.4«8-79. "Thai sslatisa of the economic side -!%• folio nras; PlainnekL, If. 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PLAINFIELD DAILY PRESS, FRIDAY, APEIL 7, 19JC. PAGE FOURTEEN Buasell St. Vraln, both members of the Freshmen class. Manager Charles Roll, of the baseball team, has received tbe season tickets. Tbe cast of the A. A. play has been presented with ticket* for participating in this production. Newton Laurie, of the Junior class, has been appointed assistant manager of the baseball team. He will b* lm charge of the schedules which will appear shortly.

HENRY J. COCHRAN MEMBERJF BOARD Joins Forces of the Wheeler Syndicate—J. E. Wheeler Eetires From Concern.

CHARLIE CHAPUX, at Proctor's Theatre tomorrow. selections which they will give in chapel next week. Out of a field of twenty-two only Emily PleydelL Laura Martin, Irving Roddy and Ernest Pruden remain. Two new pupils hare- enrolled In the High School, namely, Muriel and





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New Home

If you would improve the magnificent opportunities embraced in this extraordinary sale to make your dollars do double duty, you will lose no time in making your selections of everything to furnish ' your home, just as you have pictured it furnished. You may have thought that the expense was greater than your income would permit—a visit HERE, NOW, will convince you that such is not the case. Hundreds of people have been amazed at the ridiculously low prices that rule through, . out this magnificent




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Your Credit Is As Good As You are welcome to purchase anything you desire at our Remarkable Removal Sale Bargain Prices, upon your simple PROMISE TO PAY OUR FAMOUS TERMS-

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WILSON CHANGES BOUNDARY. STOLE ENGINE TO GET DRINK Alamo National For**t, N*w Mexic*. He Got It, but Is Caught and Vay Got T*n Y*ar*. Smaller by 2S.810 Aore*.

Washlngton, April 7.—An executive proclamation changes tbe boundaries of the Alamo National forest. New Mexico, and restores to tbe public domain 28,810 acres of land. ! The restored area, consisting chiefly ! of rough hills along the northwestern , and southern boundaries of the forest ; In Otero and Eddy' counties, will be' subject to settlement from 9 s. m. June 5 until and Including July 2 next. : Thereafter tbey will be open to entry under tbe public land Jaws.

HEARING IS DENIED FISKE. Admiral 8**k* to Answer Daniels' Com. mitt** Testimony.


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$1,000,000 FOR AVIATIOW.

New Brunswick, N. J., April T.of $1,000,000 for the aviation corps for state militia In ten states was nrponi Charles Cox, nixty years old, an oBlett before the house military affairs com- at tbe Jamesbnrg Home For Boys, mittee b j Colonel O. W. Melvor and was probably fatally Injured wfpjlp Captain John L. De Witt of tbe di- several of tbe boys beat him Into Ufc> vision of military affairs of tbe warsensibility with a piece of lead pipe. Tbe boys lay In wait for Cox. agaifl*f department. Tbls appropriation, they said, would whom tbey had a grudge, and when s# give -machines, to the following ten was passing down a dark corridor tbef struck him from behind. The boys bsj states which have requested them: Virginia. Tennessee, Kansas. Cali- special privileges under the honor •!•> fornia. Pennsylvania, Nebraska. New tem at tbe home. There Is little chance that Cox wht Tork. Indiana. Hbod* Island and recover. Texas.

Market Street

, Aside from the unparalleled money-savings assured, there are many other reasons why you and every person interested in the beauty and comfort of their home, should BUY NOW—namely, large and diversified assortments, embracing a variety to meet every requirement and please every taste, the quality is of the usual CROWN CO. standard, guar- „ anteed to give lasting satisfaction, and, unlike the usual run of sales where prices are reduced—

When Secretary lousing came froa tbe White House be showed death; tbat questions of moment were bobjg finally decided. He said be could set comment In any way on the mittm which were under discussion. Queenstown; April 7. — Fifty lives "Has Ambassador Oerard receive! were probably lost when the British any word from Germany on the 8nsstr steamship Zent of the Elder line was case?" wss aaketl. torpedoed without warning west of "No, be has not," the secretary ta> Fastnet. emphatically, and hurried back Captain Martin and nine men of tbe swered crew vert landed here, bringing with to tbe state department, where fresh them tbe bodies of two of tbe crew dispatches on the situation demands! who were killed by the explosion. Tbe bis attention. Tbe^ president went over the litest remaining forty-eight men, unaccounted for, are said to have been drowned. developments in the situation with Tbe Zent wan nesting tbe south Colonel House and Connselnr Polk of coast of Ireland when the torpedo the state department. At the same tan* struck her. The men tried to launch Secretary Lansing wns In cnnsultitloa small boats, bat In tbe con fusion sev- with Sir Cecil Spring-Rloe, the Brtth* eral were overturned, throwing the oc- ambassador. The fact that both tbe Brlttah and cupants into the cold water. In which they were not able to keep afloat very French ambassadors are ttftslstlng Seclong. Tbe Teasel sank rapidly, tbe tor- retary Lansing in-placing respondbHltj pedo evidently having made a large for the Sussex disaster, while Own hole in her side. von Rernstorff, the German ambassaThe ten men who survived managed dor, declines to mention the matter, hi to keep afloat In the water and by regarded here as significant In th* united efforts righted a capsized life- sense that It reflects the official tttt boat. Although they rowed about for tnden of tbe respective governments. some time seeking other survivors who Count von Bernstorff wax at tlic»t»t» might be clinging to wreckage, they department, but did not see Secretary could notfindan-. Lansing. He conferred with Mr. Polk The Zent was of 3.890 tous displace- on what was described as "roDUas' ment. She was built in 1905 and was commercial bustnesR." Secretary Las897 feet long. On Feb. 28 she sailed sing later Raid tbat the ambassador for Colon, arriving on March fl. She en me to discuss with Mr. Polk the queswaa last reported as having nailed for tions pertaining to importation of dyeSanta Marts on March 9. It Is thought stuffs from Germany. Both Secretary tbat she was bound for Liverpool when Lansing and Count von Rernstorff es> she was sunk. She was owned at Bel- phaslzed that the submarine Ixsoe w*f fast. not mentioned. I

Is Propooad For Militia Corps In Tan Honor Inmate* of Jamasburg HeaM State*. 8ati*fy Qrudg*. Wsshinarton. April 7.—Appropriation

PRICES ARE CUT TO COST, BELOW COST AND LESS THAN HALF USUAL VALUES—In our determination to dispose of every article in our store 4t 74-76 Market Street, before moving, early in April, to

Our New Home

No Word From Oerard.

UntrZent Is Torpedoed Wittout Warning.


Evidence Piles Up Steamer Was Torpedoed.

Washington. April 7.—By a 84 to 86 the senate after lire days of debate refused to strike from tbe army H i * D t h A of Senator Smith by Big reorganisation bill the section authorMargin Is Assured. icing tbe president to organise a volunDetroit, April 7.—Incomplete returns teer army analogous to the continental from eighty-three counties Rive Henry I Fr**td*nt Holds Conferences With Cat. army recommended by President WilFord 63.030 and Senator William Alden onol House and Secretary son and Secretary Garrison. Smith 56.649 in the Republican presiThis vote, which came on an amendNo Word Yet Received From i dential preference primary. ment offered by Mr. Lee of Maryland sador Gerard—Prospects of Amic»*t, All the Detroit newspapers which to strike out tbe volunteer section, cut Settlement Thought More Remess, compiled returns agreed that Mr. Ford across all party and factional lines, had won. Bis majority is estimated at though It was noteworthy that twentyWashington. April 7 It lias becoaj, from 3.500 to 4.500. : four of tbe thirty-four votes hostile to known tbat President Wilson b a i ^ . v the volunteer force came from the termined u|>on a course of action 1>V Weather Forecast. Democrats. j tbe submarine controversy in case 0**, Fair and somewhat colder; fresh Only ten Republicans voted to kfll j many falls to disprove tbe accuaihfc, northwest winds. tbe volunteer section of the bill, sevenI Ing evidence tbat the Sussex was tar* teen Republicans voted to save It. i pedoed wltbont wnrnlng by a Oenass. while nineteen Democrats did likesubmariue. ThU bo-iime known tftaj WEATHER EVERYWHERE. wise. The Progressive Republicans a series of conferences had been best were almost equally divided, four votat the White House Observations of tbe United ing to strike tbe section out. while Plkrto by AuMrtcaa tTe*» The president discussed the goverfr States weather bureau taken at three. Including Mr. Potndexter of Bent's relations with Germany with 8 p. m. yesterday follow: OogHetmo Marconi, the Italian Secretary Lansing. Counselor Polk t a | opart, has Jtwt comptotad an tnvonttoo Washington, who Is RooaeveU ProTemp. Weather. which, according to the claim* made tor gressive, voted to preserve It. Colonel E. M. House, who came to New York 45 Cloudy K, will make a Mnsatlonal chance In tko The final vote suggested tbat the Washington at thU time at tbe Intlta. Albany 86 Snow operation of aeroplane* and alrtcfbUa fear of the formation of negro volunPhoto by American Press Association. Uon of Mr. Wilson. Atlantic City.... 42 Clear teer regiments had Its weight with Frederick C. Tannar. chairman or th* Just what course tbe president hw Boston 46 Clear southern senators, for seventeen of the Republican state committee of New Tork, determined on Is uot fltaclosed. It hi —bua-usetui turauur* may twenty Democrats voting to kin the declares that while Juatlce Hushes seem* known, however, that before acting the Buffalo 30 Cloudy sold for what It < • > worth to somebody be favored by delecmtee to (he national section were from the south. Fourteen to Chicago ,--• 8* Clear convention there la no uae starting a Aglit president will discuss tbe case with else—If you £ * • the selling-USE to a regular Republicans voted for tbe sec- for him until he announce* hlmeelf a can- congress. St. Louis. 42 Cloudy New Orleans.... 66 Rain tion recommended by tbe president, didate for th* presidency. Tbe president and Secretary Liastaf —Do the araiiam* »73S«noid and only six voted against i t Washington M Rain conferred for more than an boar Most advertisers welcome GUINEE—On Thursday, April 6, 1916, \ TeL 1696-J. 4 7 tf rooms to each side, all modern Imthe opportunity BOARD. INSUBAMGar—ALL BBAMCHKS. paying tavastamoat. Address InvostWANTED — OPERATORS; ALSO m«nf n n nt PTI— WANTED—Canvassers; APARTMENTS with private bath; AGENT FOB NATIONAL BURSTY 4 Is »f tf part—os aad references; good money LEARNERS; PAID WHILE LEARNalao single roon. 112 East 8e»«nUi CO. J. T. VAIU for right party. Address W. C cars INO; 8TBADY WORK ALL THE BJTCATIOX WANTED—MALK. street. 7 1« tf SITUATION WABTKD—rKlfAIJC. Doily Frees. S SS tf YEAR. SCHILLER BROS-. 32* WZST WHITE man wishes position as useFURNISHED rooms, all ImproveFRONT S I 4 S4 ful man around bouse; days' work or COLORED woman wants day's ments, pleasant quiet home. 40T FOB BXCHA1TGK. by the month. 39 De Kalb avenue. work. Mondays and T I M days. t44 OIRLS Central avenue; 'Phone 2478-J. 4$ orators oa Stngor machines; also 4 CS 4 1 lmo West Third street we pay good wages; steady REAL- ESTATE EXCHANGE— WANTED—Man wishes work by 14)01 AMU THE WALDORF—124 Crescent aveSIS West Front street top House at Richmond H11L L. I., on day. caring for gardens, lawns, prunnue—Double and sxngls roosaa. with Weiss*. 4 3 6 principal street S minutes from eleing vines and bushes; furnishes own board. S 1« lmo LOST—A white French poodle, vated station, 6c fare to New York. brown oars; female. Reward, teleOPERATORS; EXPERIENCED. toots. Apply J. D., 2,7 Chatham street. SS minutes: S large rooms, bath, all phone 799-J; Miss M. R. Evans. * REAL ESTATE. 4 S4 improvements, steam beat; best loca- NAT L«TY A CO. SS9 WATCHUNO AVSNUK. 1 S tf U. B. CRANE. Real Estate, rental "REWARD—Lost small French buD- tion; plot 40x100; win take small —Most of tne renders of tats aevs> speclsllst, moved to Trolley 8tit1—. dog (bat eared), dark black brtndle, bouse at Plainfleld. or will sell res—Yba* fasunr Scoop u ««: aper know a bargs—1 when they 1 Watchung avenae and Fourth street, red collar. Return to 90S West Front MUSBMUBK oAsMatMsi eSovflsv Cstft P m i . about H, %M 7 0 *



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LONELY WOMEN rled " " Their name is legion, Widows—on wno and themselves alone in the world—women who late la life hare nert r had to cope with business and eoTlronment have not t h w n f o r P1; adequately * • *****





Every man with a modi-

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o all •««* we offer * cmm sympathetic knowledge of their cnrities, collect their Income, relle*. them of re-po-rfWUty 1 . broad experience. Fall Tnutee



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wears. Most shoes are much alike —but

The Finest Collection of



Ever Assembled on Display at The Outlet.

VAN ARSDALFS $ 4 to $ 7 Shoes

Many With Two Pairs Knickerbockers

Are a little bit different.

Silver Gifts

STURDY, STRONG and STYLISH SUITS, crowded with all the value it is possible to put into them. The neatest and prettiest patterns in Scotch Mixtures, Overplaids, and Grays, BJue Serges and Browns. Made in the very latest models and excellently tailored, insuring an excellentfit.Sizes from 6 to 18 years. REMARKABLE VALUES AT

They bring to you the authoritative fashions— with an individuality and distinctiveness all their own.

M. G. Van Arsdale

It is doubtful if any other Newark store la showing so many pleasing gifts in Sterling Silver and Pine Plate. Daintiness and delusiveness are emphasized here. Prices are lower than you would expect for such high qualities. WEDDING RINGS that show their character; every sise, weight and width.


At the Clock Corner

$2.98 $3.98 $4.98 to $8.98 See Our Windows. SPECIALS IN BOYS' BLOUSES, SHIRTS AND HATS.

NEW SPRING SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN Exclusive Spring and Summer Styles in English and Conservative Models. Fine Serges, Homespuns, Tweeds, Stripes in the new shades, and Grays, Browns and Blues, in plain and mixtures. Mostly all hand tailored garments. Priced—

$8.98 $10.98 $12.98 $15.00 $16.50 $18.00 and $20.00

HIGH SCHOOL CLOTHES Specially Designed for Young Men. SUITS WITH TWO PAIRS TROUSERS Very Special

$10.98 and $15.00


140 West Front Street STORE OPEN .EVENINGS


Abrams' Shoes Correct For Easter There never was a season when the demands of style made footwear such an important item in the Easter costume. You will find that the new Abrams' shoes now in our store are correct to the minute and challenge the criticism of the most exacting.




Diamond Centrt

Extraordinary offer—Swift & Co. Celebrated Premium Smoked | A l .





The Home of Good Shoes 229-233 W. Front Street.



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Legs of Choice Veal (short),

Member N. S. Retail Jewelers' Association.



Fact is, all men like the youthful touch in their clothes —it's here and it's right. We 11 show you.

Schwed Brothers


Fins Watch and Clock Repairing a Specialty. COAL AND WOOD PKAIJCK8.

and Orate Wood.

"Stirring news" today—war news, local news, —Not many of the readers ot uiifl |newspaper buy unadTertlsed bi chattels or real estate.

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Tel. 2200-W.


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Light Smoked Finnan Haddie,




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meat, weigh 4* lbs., lb Prime Rump Beef,

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Front St. opp. Park Ave.



Fresh Beef Liver, lb State Inspected Fresh Chopped Beef, lb Lean Flank Steak, frying or baking, lb Sugar Cured Rump Corned Beef, weigh 4 to 5 lbs.; lb Special Lot of Endof Beef, solid






Father and son both want style in their clothes—one dignified, the other lively. We have styles for every age; smart vigorous suits for young men; substantial, dignified, yet stylish clothes for older men.

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FOR BUSINESS TRAINING FALL TERM NOW OPEN Day and Evening Classes Call, phone (344) or write for full information. PLAINFIELD BUSINESS COLLEGE 171 East Front Street



Rump of Veal, tt> Veal to Roast, tb Loin of Veal, tb Loin of Veal Chops (kidney), lb Choice Veal Cutlets, ib Fancy Calf Liver,

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