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Marions to Tackle a Team from
New Brunswick on Decora
tion Day.
The Marions decided to play two
games on Decoration Dav and the
Attraction in the morning game will
be the Sixth Ward Athletic Club, of
New Brunswick. The afternoon game
With the Gresoents has already been
announced. It will doubtless cause
some surprise to think that the county
seat is going to send a team here but
the managers of the club say that
they are willing to spend a large sum
of money to put a winning team in
the field and thev declare that the
plavers they have secured are more
than able to cope with the locals.
They say the Marions will ^have the
biggest surprise they ever received if
they expect a walkover on Decoration
The county seat has long viewed
with envious eyes the remarkable
?access of the Marions on the diamond
and has bitterly regretted the fact
that no team has harbored there strong
enough to k lower the colors of the
Perth Amboy cha-.rpions. They esti
mate that nearly four hundred citizens
of New Brnnswick will be 011 hand
to eheer them to victory and the locals
of course will have their usual large
following so that the game from the
rooter's standpoint will have lots of
' *
"The Showers We Need," will be
the subject for the prayer meetiug to
night. The serivce begins at 7.45.
Thursday evening a Dollar Boll
Oall will be held in the Chapel at 8
o'clock. After the names of those
who have earned their dollar are call
ed, a sociable will be held.
Decoration Day excursion to Manch
Chunk and Glen Onoko via Lehish
Valley Bailr*a<i. Special train will
leaVB Pert/ ?!'?>{ m., and
leturning/ ill leave lennOnoko 5. 80
Mauch Chunk 5.45 p. m. Fare
for the round trip adults, $1.50; chil
dren, 78 cents. Tickets with coupon
for ride over the Switchback railroad,
60 cents additional.
2773-5-18-1 It
With the Weather Prophet.
NEW YORK, May 20. ? "There's
something coming this way," said Fore
cast Official Emery as he looked
thoughtfully out of a twentieth story
window of the American Surety build
ing. A haze of smoke lay upon the city,
and everything looked hot, and dry.
"Looks like showers. Guess it will be
?hdwers tonight or tomoi :ow," he went
on cheerfully. "A very peculiar condi
tion exists over the country, a gre?t
Variety of climate. The weather is fair
In the gulf and Atlantic states, with
Using temperature from New York to
Vfrglnia and slighter changes in the
Other eastern states. There has been
Htlb from Michigan and Wisconsin
west to the Rocky mountains, with a
continuation of snow in sections of
Montana, where as much as nine inch
es has fallen. The record for yesterday
was 90 in 1877. The record for May is
88, May 31, 1895. Drought has contin
ued thirty-three days."
For Sale.
New house, all improvements,
$500.00 cash, balance on mortgage.
If you are interested iu good property
at low oost, call on us.
We have som?) fine lots on William
street for sale cheap.
Boynton Brothers.
Realty and Construction
TLroe beautiful lota on New Prumwlck road,
?ear hospital, to be sold reasonable and at once.
Post Office Building.
A House and Lot ina desirable
part of the City for $900. En
quire R., care of Perth Amboy
Evening News.
Masons and Builders,
Boom 14 Scheuer HuUdlnir.
Open KvouIuk" 7 to lO. 1
Society Amatuer Circus to be Given
for the Benifit of the Hospital
?A Great Event.
"R U going to the cirons?" "Why
oircnsly!" At least that is what
nearly everybody in town has said the
last few davs, and why shouldn't they
go? This dircus promises to surpass
Anything that has ever been seen in
t his town. We have always had talent
here for local stage prodnctions and
why not for a circus?
The chairman of Committee on
Arranagements is securing the services
of some of the most prominent men
in town, and manv surprises await
the people as to who will do the bare
back riding and who will be the
strong men, eto. The enthusiasm
with which the Idea is being received
is evidence that the circus will be the
biggest thing that ever struck town.
Wi I be Held in Newark Next Month? Date
/ is Fixed.
/ r
The officers and members of the
executive committee and advisory
board of the New Jersey State Branch
of the American Federation of Catho
lio Societies met last week at the
Catholic Institute in New street,
Newark, and decided to hold the State
convention in the institute on Sun
day, July 19.
Arrangements were also made to
form the society into county organ
izations and a committee from each
county in the State was appointed for
that purpose. A Committee was also
appointed to assist the national officers
in arranging for the national conven
tion to be at Atlantic City in August.
Redmond Tells of an Irresponsible
Jnntn In Dublin.
LONDON, May 20.? John Redmond,
M. P.. has made a statement concern
ing the disorderly proceedings at the
meeting of citizens held in the Dublin
rotunda in support of the Irish parlia
mentary fund. Mr. Redmond says:
"The disturbance would have been
easily nipped at the outset, but the peo
ple naturally shrank from using force
to remove Mrs. McBride (formerly
Maud Gonne) and other ladies who led
the disorder. After awhile these ladies
left, and the other disturbers were
speedily removed. They consisted of
thirty or forty young men who acted
in concert. They were roughly and
violently treated, which I regretted, but
it was impossible to restrain the peo
ple. The disturbance was quickly
over, and for two hours after unanimi
ty and enthusiasm prevailed. Long
speeches were delivered, resolutions in
conformity with the object of the meet
ing were unanimously adopted and
large sums were subscribed to the Irish
parliamentary fund. On emerging into
the street Lord Mayor Harrington re
ceived an enthusiastic ovation. The
disturbance was planned by an irre
sponsible junta in Dublin who are ex
asperated at the peaceful prospects for
Anniversary of Cuban Republic.
HAVANA, May 20.? President Palma
has received a message of congratula
tion from the Sons of the American
Revolution on the occasion of the anni
versary of the birth of the Cuban re
public. The congratulations invoke the
divine favor on Cuba, and the hope is
expressed that "liberty will continue to
be perpetuated as the result of the
sacrifice of blood and treasusre by the
Cubans and their American compatri
ots." On account of the death at Te
gucigalpa, Honduras, of Gonzalo De
guardiola, a brother of Mrs. Palma,
President Palma will not participate in
any public functions today excepting
an official reception. He has declared
his intention of vetoing the National
lottery bill if it is passed by congress.
The house of representatives is said to
be overwhelmingly in favor of the lot
tery bill.
(Inaxtitn Governor Axiinaiitnated.
UFA, Russia, May 20.? M. Bogdano*
vitch, governor of the Russian prov
ince of Oofa. has been assassinated by
two men in the town park of Ufa.
NOTICE of Intention to Construct
n Sewer in Rahway Avenue, Carteret.
Notice is hereby Riven that a peti
tion has been presented to the Town
ship Committee of the Township of
Woodbridge in the County of Middle
sex, asking for the construction of a
sewer on Rah way avenue, Cfcrteret,
and that it is the intention of said
Township Committee to oause a twelve
inch sewer to be constructed on said
avenue from the northwest terminus
of the existing sower westerly five
hundred feet more or less, to drain
the territory along said avenue, for
the length of said proposed sewer and
extending four hundred feet more or
less to each side thereof; and the
owners of land within the area to be
drained by said sewer are requested
to present their objections, if any, in
writing at a meeting of the'Township
Committee to be held at the Township
Hall on Thursday, the elerentb day
of June, Nineteen hundred and three,
at eight o'clock, in the evening, at
which time and place a hearing will
be held unon said objections.
Township Clerk.
2784-5-30 3 w.3t. a. w.
Thousands In Sacramento
Greet the President.
Reno, Nevada City and Ctrioi Have
Their Turn. Where Slops Are
Made Before the Oreirou
Line In Reached.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 20.? At
fiacrftmento, where the president ar
rived late yesterday, he was met by
liovernor Pardee and Mayor Clark and
the citizens' committee. At the rail
road station he was greeted by one of
the largest crowds ever seen in Sacra
mento. Followed by carriages filled
with citizens, the president drove from
the depot to the grand stand, which
was crowded with school children, who
presented a pretty appearance, each of
the several thousand little ones waving
an American flag. The president was
evidently impressed with the scene, for
he raised his hat to the little ones in
gracious recognition of the hearty
After the review of the school chil
dren President Roosevelt drove to the
Sutter club, where he dined. After din
ner he drove to the state capitol build
ing, where he had a brief informal talk
with Governor Pardee and other dis
tinguished citizens. The governor's
reception over, President ltoosevelt
stepped out upon the rostrum on the
eaRt front of the capitol building and
delivered an address to the assembled
citizens. Thousands were present, and
the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. At
the conclusion of his remarks the pres
ident drove to his train at the station
and later started on his journey toward
Several stops will be made in Cali
fornia before the Oregon line is
Stops were made during the day at
Reno, Nevada City and Carson.
A man was arrested last night by
Citizen F. M. Woodson. Woodson
heard him say, "One has died, and an
other might just as Well." When ar
rested and taken to the jail the man
gave his name as Randleman. He had
a big six shooter inside his vest and
two extra cartridges in his pocket. He
offered no explanation. He had a tick
et from Sacramento to Selby Smelting
works and $27 in his pocket.
For American Tars In London.
LONDON, May 20.? The Prince and
Princess of Wales opened the new Sail
ors' palace in London, erected at a cost
of $180,000 by the British and Foreign
Sailors' society. A large number of
American women were present and
handed purses to the princess for the
flttihg up of the American room. The
United States ambassador, Mr. Joseph
H. Choate, in seconding a vote of
thanks to the Prince of Wales empha
sized the Interest which Americans
took in this society. The American wo
men of London, he said, never lost an
opportunity of showing public spirit in
all such causes. They were glad to
have been able to fit up in the name of
the United States an American room,
"where the American sailor will al
ways find himself at home and be
gladdened by the sight of our glorious
flag, the stars and stripes."
GIaih Plant lit Glenahnw Destroyed.
PITTSBURG, May 20.? A fire which
threatened to destroy the whole town
of Glenshaw, along the Pittsburg and
Western railrad. broke out in the plant
of the Glenshaw Glass company. As
sistance was summoned from Etna
and surrounding boroughs. In addition
to the total destruction of the plant
where the Are originated, it had al
ready destroyed the plant of the Witt
nier Brick company, the Jackson and
Murray hotels and the residence of
John H. Meyers, the handsomest In th?
town. The loss is estimated at $100,
000, with very little insurance. The
town is almost without Are protection,
depending on a volunteer department.
The origin of the fire Is a mystery.
Deaf and Dumb Soldier* on Parade.
NEW YORK, May 20.? Brigadier
General George Moore Smith#and staff.
First brigade, N. (J. N. Y., reviewed
the military cadets of the New York
Institution For the Deaf and Dumb
and highly complimented them on their
military showing and proficiency. One
of the features of the review was the
playing of the drum corps, consisting
of a dozen members, ail of whom are
deaf and dumb. All the military calls
were regularly given, ajid after the
drill the rendition of "The Stars and
Stripes Forever" brought forth ap
plause from the large audience gather
ed on the lawn.
Exposition In EMtern Siberia.
BERLIN, May 20.? Irkutsk, the capi
tal of eastern Siberia, will have the
first Siberian industrial exposition. Its '
principal feature is to be exhibits dem
onstrating the progress made by the
mining industry in Russia, in which in
dustry American capital is largely In
terested. Special efforts will be made
to induce Chinese merchants to exhibit
at and visit the exposition.
General Smith at Rome.
ROME, May 20.? General Jacob H.
Smith, who is making a short stay in
this city, visited the tombs of King Vic
tor Emmanuel and King Humbert in
t|?e Pantheon. He was received by a
group of Italian veterans, to whom he
said he wished to pay a tribute of re
?pect to the two late kings, who were
soldiers like himself.
MIDDLETOWN, N. Y., May 20.?
George Smith, one of the few survivorp !
of the steamship Atlantic, wrecked oiT ,
Meagtier rock, Nova Scotia, in 1873,
When upward of 500 perished, has Juat
lUud la the Insane asylum here.
Are* as Great
as any
new York
as Great
as in
new York.
The Muslin Underwear Sale
of the Year.
Reduced prices for this week that eclipse any effort of the past that we considered brilliant from
a point of merchandising.
45,000 Pieces of Choicest Undermuslins are Included in This Sale.
The following letter explains the potent features thoroughly:
Manufacturer of Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
6 and 8 Lackawana Ave.
Scranton, Pa., May 12, 1903.
Messrs. Hahne & Co.,
Newark, N J.
Gentlemen: ?
I have accepted your offer for thirty-seven hundred and fifty dozen ladies' muslin, cambric and
nainsook underwear. These goods are all this season's productions and the "latest designs, and are
made by skillful labor in sanitary factories, certified to by the State Factory inspectors. This lot of
goods is a decided bargain, and ought to enable you to give your cnstomersa good opportunity to se
cure goods at less than manufacturer's cost.
Yours respectfully,
IOi^ Ladies' Corset Covers, of muslin and cambric, lace and j if) a
? Wll ( embroidery trimmed, sizes 32 to 44 (Hill
m n Ladies' Umbrella Drawers?
AT trimmed with cluny, Point de Paris,
? ? w bow knot and Val. laces; also Ham
burg embroideries, with deep flounce, open and
closed, all lengths and widths.
Chemises ? Trimmed with embroiders, skirt
effects; also square and round yoke with cluster
Corset Covers ? Of cambric and nainsook
trimmed with embroidery and lace inserting,
nicely finished with baby ribbon.
Night 9own8? Empire, square, high and low
neck, long and short sleeves, beautifull trimm
ed with labe and embroidery, are full widths and
Walking Skirts ? Embroidery ruffle,
lace inserting and deep lace ruffle
protecting flounce, each
?y f" Ladies' Gowns ? Chemise effects in
AT | n bishop, round, inserting and empire
? I w styles, hemstitched, lace and em
broidery trimmed, long and short sleeves.
Petticoats ? Trimmed with rows of point de .
Paris and cluny laces, embroidered ruffles and
torchon laces, full lengths and widths.
Drawers ? With deep ruffle of embroidery
and lace, space and cluster tucking, open and
closed .
Chemises and corset covers, beauti- F?
fully made and handsoemly trimmed, in /
all sizes and in a great variety of styles ? ? w
ff- Ladies' Gowns, (ail elegant assort
AT, M J") ment), trimmed back and and front
? " 1/ ? Chemise Gowns with low neck
and short sleeves, inserting of lace and embroid
Petticoat8, trimmed with deep flounces of
embroidery, lace and inserting; with protecting
flounces, yoke bonds and shirring string, all
Drawers, Corset Covers and Chemises, in
a very elaborate assortment of styles and
trimmings, all sizes ? many of these
pieces match into sets
Ladies' Corset Covers? Nicely trim
ly 7 X me(l with double rows of lace and
m ?m\9 embroidery, V, circular and square
effects, others with shirring strings.
Drawers ? beautifully trimmed with lace
and embroidery, open and closed, yoke bands.
Short Skirts ?With hemstitching and tucks.
Chemise ? Trimmed with double A A
rows of everlasting lace and cluster J "<
space tucking, each a Cm \J
n r Ladies' Long Walking Petticoats?
AT X h Nicely trimmed with cluster tuck
? w 1/ ? ing, lace hemstitching and deep
Night Gowns ? Trimmed with double rows
of lace and embroidery inserting, low neck and
short sleeves, square, high and circular effects
Corset Cover8 ? V, high, square and round
neck, French bias bands, ribbon shirring strings,
Drawers ? Of muslin and cambric, open and
Closed, yoke bands and shirring strings, trimmed
with rows of lace, embroidery inserting and deep
embroidery ruffle.
Short Skirts ? Of extra quality muslin,
with deep flounce of embroidery and lace O C
and inserting of everlasting lace, each .UU
II Ladies' Gowns ? Of very fine
H nainsook and cambric, with
? I " double rows of embroidery and
lace, circular, square, high and and low cut,
newest sleeves full widths.
Skirts? Oblique trimmed with lace and tuck
ing, others have three rows of lace insertings and
deep flounce of embroidery and hemstitching.
Corset Covers, Chemises and Drawers? A
splended selection in this lot of all the I I Q
newest styles in these garments ' ? I w
A Notice of Intention.
This great store will remain closed Saturday,
remaining open the evening previous until 10
P. M Also Saturday,
remaining open the evening previous until 10 P.M.
Summer Half Holidays.
DURING the months of July and August
this establishment will close Saturdays at i
P. M., and the evening previous (Friday) at
6 o'clock. Not open Friday nights as in sum
mers past.
HAHNE & 00. |
Lawn Mowers
Rubber Howe
Garden Tools
Wire Olotti
Elizabeth Hardware Co. I
]?r>(ofl *??!? AllUtlag at Salonika.
SALONIKA, May 20.? Important dis
closures bave been made and a quan
tity of explosives lias been found as a
result of the arrest of Stojan, the pro
prietor of the shop from which a tun
nel was dug to the Ottoman bank and
used in tfte destruction of the bank by
dynamite April 80. It is also learned >
that Boris Sarafoff, the leading Mace
donian agitator, was here recently and
visited the prominent Bulgarian resi
Died on Eve of Marriage.
NEWARK, N. J., May 20.-l!van Ly
ons of Washington while visiting at the
home of Thomas B. Harrison was
found dead in a chair in his room yes
terday afternoon. Mr. Lyons was about
sltty years old and was to have been
married today to a daughter of Mr..
HtfrrKon. Death was apparently du?
to heart failure.

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