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VOL. II NO. 256 PERTH AM BOY, N. J., EVENING NEWS. ; FRIDAY, MAY 29 1903 > SECOND EDITION BOSSES ARE STILL FIRM. Painters Say the Journymen can Remain on Strike as Long as They Choose. MATTER lillSCUSSED. Meeting of the Bosses was Held Recently and all Agreed to Stand as Long as the Journeymen hold out ? One of the Boms Talks on the Subject? Are now at Work. At the last regular meeting of the boss painters, held in their rooms on Smith' street, the trouble with the journeymen painters oame up and the question as to whether to agree to the men's demands or not was discussed. After a lengthy discourse the bosses decided that they would ignore the strike entirely. If the painters de cided that they want to stay for a year they can do so as far as the boss es are concerned. Wlien a boss paint er was seen by a News reportet this morning he said : "Do I think that the trouble with the painters will soon be settled? No, I do not, for as far as the bosses are concerned they will never ask for a meeting with the painters, and it is up to the painters to come to us and ask for work which, at the present time, they aon't seem inclined to do. They don't feel the trouble now, but every boss in town is accepting as much work as he himself can do with in three months, and we are only taking this on condition that the people wait patiently until we finish one job, before we take the next. When the cold weather sets in and' e Dnoe of fooa and clothing is high then the painters will find out how foolish they have been. " The painters seem not to be worry ing muoh about the strike. They claim that they have plenty of work, and that most of them have been work ing so hard of late that they are uow enjoying a few days vacation to rest. TO ATTEND FUNERAL Po Ambo Tribe Selected Representative to go to Camden. At the meeting of the Bed Men last night, James J. Flynn was appointed to represent Po AmJjo Tribe at the fnneral of Past Great Inoohonee, Thomas J. Francis, whioh is being | held at his late residenoe in Camden. The council is preparing for a clam bake to be held in the near future. It will be for members only. GOOD WORK IS ON. The work of watering the streets is still being kept no by E. J. Dorsey & Sons. This morning they watered Smi^h and State streets once and this afternoon repeated the operation. Hereafter they will spinkle the streets only once a day. 5T A. K. JENSEN Successor to J. K. JENSEN, MASONand CONTRACTOR ' 250 Washington St. Cor. Johnstone * BOYNTON BEACH * Will Open in a Blaze of Glory on i " III yj/ou iu car x?a?Q UJ. v j x Decoration Day ? MAY 30th, 1903 J J I SPLENDID NEW ATTRACTIONS i l FAMOUS BOYNTON BEACH J , i ORCHESTRA, AFTERNOON AND i ( I EVENING. NEW DANCE HALL 4 I I Wonderful Electrical Effects. f 0 Don't Miss It NO TERMS WERE MADE. Pressers Appoint Committee to Wait on Superintendent of Atlantic Terra Gotta., CLAIM NO STRIKE. Acting Superintendent Says he Does not Need all, but if Some of them Wanted to Return he Would Endeavor to Place Some of Them? Securing Work Else where. Yesterday afternoon a committee, appointed by the Pressors and Finish ers union, oalled upon Mr. Thrall, the superintendent of the Atlantio Terra' Ootta works in Tottenville, to talk of the prospects of the men going baok to work. When a member of the committee was seen by a News report er this morning hq said: We went to Tottenville and after getting an audience with Mr. Thrall we explained to him that we had come to see him in regard to making some settlement of the strike. |When we had finished he told ub that he did not consider it a strike at all as all of the men had resigned their positions and left the shop voluntarily. He said the company had plenty of men to do their work, and was getting along very nicely. As for taking all the men back, he said he did not think he needed so many pressers at onoe, but if a few of the old hands wished to come baok he would see what he oould do for them. " The pressers refuse to accept these terms and are as firm as ever. They olaim that unless they are taken back in a body they will never retnrn to t ie Atlantio. Many of them are se curing work with other concerns, and as this is a busy time of the year they all hope soon to be emploved in other shops. TO REGISTER ALL THE DOGS. Mayor Seaman has Issued Pro clamation Concerning Can ines?Must Obey the Law. POLICE WILL SHOOT. There is prospects of a general slaughter of dogs in Perth Amboy. Mayor Seaman reoently issued a pro clamation concerning the animals and these were distributed by City Clerk Rielley yesterday. The proclamation warns all dog owners that unless their canines are registered according to law they are liable to be shot bn sight by the policemen. The Board of Aldermen reoently took aotion in this matter and were unanimous in abating the dog nuis ance in this city. There is a law compelling all dogs to be registered and this can be done at the city olerk's office. Hundreds of canines now prowl about the streets getting into everyone's way and are a nuisance generally. The police will be in structed to shoot these animals. It is easy to distinguish the registered dogs, for the law requires that they wear a oollar bearing the dog's name, ythe owner's name, and. the number of their register. Many of the dogs running about the oity belong to no one and are simply tramps. There will be general re joicing if the mayor's proclamation is strictly oarried out. Lost anything: A cent-a-word ad. in the Evening News will find it for you. of Merchants, Manufacturers, Corporations ACCOliniS and Individuals Solicited' INTEREST PAID ON [ 2 per cent, on $ 500 or over DAILY BALANCES j 3 per cent, on $1,000 or over Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent at Low Rates LI BERAL POLICY THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 110 SMITH 8TRBJET, PERTH AMBOY, N. ?T. Japital | Profits | tiyffyfcs $1,000,000 HAMILTON f. KKAN, PBaaimMTj 1 I HA BUY CONABD Oabbi? I TO DOWN THE COUNTY SEAT. New Brunswick will Send the Strongest Team to be Found to Battle with the Marions. TO PLAY CRESCENTS. / I Local Managers Have Picked out two Good Attractions for Base Ball Enthus iasts in Perth Amboy and Both Con tests Promise to be fast. Record Break ing Attendance. The game tomorrow morning be tween the Marions and New Bruns wiok wiH.be started at 10 30 o'clock and the teams will bat in the follow ing order : Maribns. New Brunswick. Moorehead, 2b Kilroy. 2b Kiernan, ss McFarland, 3b Lamar 3b Harkins, rf Galvin. lb Bradley, p Kelly, rf G. Francis, c Connelly, c H. Franois, lb Hoffner, If Esran, ss Lyons of Fox, If Grey, p Shultise cf The afternoon game will be called at 4 o'clock when the Crescents, of Philadelphia, will oppose the locals and will line-np as follows: Marions. Crescents. Moorehead, 2b Kelley, If Kiernan, ss Chilcott, of Grey, If Manning rf Galvin, lb E. Liebfried 3b Kelly, rf Dobbins, lb Connelly, o Boyd, 2b Hoffner, 3b Scull, c Lyons, of O 'Liebfried, se Roohelle, p Denny, p These two games should make Doo oration Day memorable in baseball history in Perth Amboy. There is considerable strength shown in ' tMS make-up of eaoh of the visiting teams and they will doubtless make the looals play their best to win. It is the first time that New Brunswick has aspired to send a team to this city to defeat the Marions ana naturally the fans at the oounty seat have labored to secure the fastest talent available. The number of rooter? that will accompany them will, it is said, approach 400 and the promise to make things interesting for the backers ot the looals. In the afternoon Manager O'Rourke will trot out the Crescents to down the Perth Amboy ohampions, and as the Philadelphia team is playing fast ball the locals will have some hard work cut out for them. The invinci ble Denny, who pitched his team to victory in three games out of four last season, will be on the slab and all the old familiar names are in the line up. Why not have the telephone that your friends and neighbors have. $18>.00 a year for residences. Hudson and Middlesex Telephone & Telegraph Company, 70 Smith street. 2755-5-16-tf? adv Soft Shell Crabs Boston Lobsters Northport Oysters Worrell's, 46 SK&.; MISSIONS DISCUSSED. Methodist Ladies of the Eliza beth District Met in this City Yesterday. OFFICERS ELECTED. An All-Day Program Which Proved to be very Interesting? Ladies Welcomed to Perth Amboy by Pastor Rev. S. Trev ena Jackson ? Pleasing Addresses were Heard. The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Elizabeth District, met in Simpson M. E. church, High street, all day yesterday. The meeting was to have been called at 10.80 o'clock in the morning, but it was 11 o'clock before all the delegates had arrived. The business meeting, at which- the following officers of the society were elected, took up the greater nart of the morning: President. Mrs. J. H. Knowles; corresponding secretary, and treasurer, Mrs. Trewin, of Elizabeth; general secretary, Mrs. Lilybridge, of Roselle. Miss Anna Danham, of Elizabeth, was elected to the Literary Department, and Miss Lamb, of Cran ford, and Miss Carlton, of .Elizabeth, were eleoteid officers of the nominating committee. Rev. A. Hansen led the exercises of the day, while the pastor of Simpson M. E. church, Rev. S. Trevena Jack son, gave the society his greeting and welcomed them to Perth Amboy. The Dastor's greeting was responded to by Miss Carlton. The reports of the officers of the society in the/different cities were next read. Mrs. Overing tou gave the report for the society -flf this city. Perth Amboy stands third in the district. The noonday prayer meeting was led by Miss Smith, of BostoD, Mass., who is a well known evangelist. At 12 o'clock a light luncheon was served to the delegates in the lecture room of the church by the ladies of the local branch of the society. At the afternoon meeting the session was in charge of Mrs. Overington. Miss J. V. Hughes, of New York, gave an address on Young Woman's Work, taking for her subject "The Young Woman Standard Bearer." Following Miss Hnghes, Mrs. Knowles gave an address after which Mrs. Macan, of this city^ sang a solo. ' At the end of the afternoon session the delegates visited the different places of interest in this city, return ing to the lecture room in time for supper. In the evening session the Rev. S. Trevnea Jackson spoke, after which the choir sang an anthem. Miss Grace Todd then gave an address on her ex perience with Chinese women and girls in Chinese college. Following Miss Todd's addresB, Miss Adele Williams of this city, sang a solo. A resolution of thanks was then given to the pastor.and the ladies of the local church, after whioh the meeting was adjourned. The Laborer's Protective Union have removed from John Gerbas, Me chanic street, to Dana Hall, Smith street, where meetings will be held every Monday night. 2855-5-27-6? adv. DECORATION DAY Our store will close at noon in honor of our soldier dead. We wish to pay trioute to the memory of the heroes of hoth the Blue ami tile Gray, whose deeds of valor And self sacrifice are written upon the p.iijes of hist >ry to he haucted down from generation to generation un til time shall be no more. Lot u< hallow their mem ory and cover their graves with the sweetest flowers of Spring . J. felobodien & Bro. 126 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. EXERCISES IN SCHOOL. Memorial iDay Observed by the Scholars in Appropriate Man ner Pleasing Programs. C. A.R.AT HIGH SCHOOL. Veterans Attend and the Westminster Cad ets Gave Exhibition Drill? Rev. Or. H, G. Mendenhall Delivered an Address Exercises in Other Schoo's -Lessons Laid Aside for the Time. The Memorial Day exeroises were held in all the Public Schools through out the citv today. Singing and re citations by the pupils of the different classes wore the general feature. In the upper grades in the High School building the members of Major James H. Dandy Post G. A. R. , under Com mander Garretson, were the guests of the students. The Westminster Cadets gave an exhibition drill. Rev. Harlan G. Mendenhall, D. D., pastor of the Presbyterian church, gave an address to the High School students which was very interesting. In the sixth and seventh grades of the High School building a pupil from each room recited a piece, appropriate to Memorial Day, and a pupil from each class of the same department gave a piano selection. In school No. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 sing ing and recitations were the general order of the day. Lessons had been laid aside and in nearly all the schools, the afternoon sessions closed early. WILL MARRY NEWARK GIRL. ? ? i - - ? ? ? Ruben Maher will be Taken to the Wedd ing in a Stage. The cards are out announcing the marriage of Ruben Mahler, of this city, to Miss Rygina Stern, f>f New ark, on June 38. The marriage will take place in Columbia Hall, Newark, and the bridegroom will be taken from this city in a stage to Newark accompanied by the Young Men's Hebrew Association, of which he is a member. After the marriage ceremony a grand supper will be served after whioh the newly wedded couple will start on their wedding- tour, which will be through California. The couple will reside in Perth Ambov. F.J. LARKIN, 357 STATE Street, will do plumbing, steam, hot water and hot air heating on monthly pay ments. Real Estate advertising in the Even ing News brings results. Your Breath will be Sweet, your Gums Hard, and your Teeth White and Pearly only when you - - - - . . . USE ? ? ? KROGH'S (ANTISEPTIC) TOOTH . . POWDER j* jt A trial will convince you as it has others ' Sold ill all the Lending Stores LOCAL MEN MADE FUN. Society Circus Said to Have Created Much Amusement for People Who Attended. IT WAS TO LAUGH. Jockeys Said to have been Worth Price of Admission? The Strong Man was Pow erfully Indeed? Professional Part De clared to be up to Snuff in every Par ticular The society circns, from all accounts was a ?rreat success last night. It. is said the local men snoceeded in dis tinguishing themselves in their sever al parts and created a great deal of amnsement. The professional part of the circns is also reported as being fnlly ud to the mark and some very clever things were performed. Mayor Seaman and Postmaster Tice, as ringmasters, did their part very well, it is said, and some of the other features were well worth seeing. In an interview with one who was there, this morning, a reporter of the Even ing News was able to learn that to see the jockeys, who were William Noe, A. Cronthamel, Dr. F. 0. Henry, O. F. Eilert, J. J. Cunningham and E. J. McCormick, was well worth the price of admission, and William Files as Buffalo Bill, was simply great. Dr. Orowther, who was the strong man, put all rivals in the shade and he should be secured by the freehold ers to lift the new drawbridge in place. The parts taken by the professionals, according to the News informant, were very good. Th| Mjoping-the-loop in an antoifrfrbfie, it wa f?<tid, beggar ed a description. m " 1 '?"^j The circus is scheduled to take place tonight and tomorrow night, with all matinee tomorrow afternoon. POWER BOATS FOR STAPLETON RACE. Local Builder Got one .Ready in Twelve Days and Great Things Are Expected of It.. Mr. Kliemandt has the record of building in his shop a thirty-foot boat in twelve days. The boat was launch ed this morning and this afternoon will be taken to Stapleton, S. L, to participate in the races of motor launches to be held by the Brooklyn Yacht Club there tomorrow. The boat has a 7 % horsepower engine and great things are expected of her in the race as she is practically bnilt for that purpose. The "Stag" owned by O. D. Weber of Newark, which Mr. Kliemandt has given a thorough over hauling, will also be taken to partici pate in the races. You May Invite Your Friends to our lountain, knowing tbat what ever you order will be served exactly ri>; lit, to the great pleasure of your self 'tad your guests. Our new drinks are delicious; oome aud try tliem. : Parisen's Prescription Pharmacy. 8. J. MASON, CIVIL ENGINEER ' 43 Smith Street. ci Good IBeer?? In well cleaned bottles at bottom price 8. Wuerzburger $1.40 per Case. As good As imported. Pale Export $1.20 | Export Pilsner $1.00 These brauds cannot be duplicated for any such price, besides you |?et a rebate of 20 cents on every l>oj? of empty bottles. The Hygiene Steam Beer Bottling Works Tel. 142 b. 254 New Brunswick Ave, WEATHER. The forecast received at the local Signa Station is for clear and cooler. ICE CREAM ... | 'cream 'j?';"^1'"' ^PYfflnR Ph9Vin3PII 79'72 Take Home One of Sexton's Famous BOXES 15c pint. 30c qt. flOAIUII 0 f 110111(011) Smith St.