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POLICE CAN BE INDICTED?
Justice Van Sickle Says they are Respons ible when They Know of Violations. Prosecutor Voorhees has called attention to the fact that under the rooent charge of Justice Van Syokle to the Union County Grand Jury, the police oan be indicted for permitting disorders on Sunday when they know they exist and do not stop them. Justice Van Syokle so instructed the Grand Jury in calling attention to Sunday baseball in Elizabeth. In order that they might not be taken unawares in that they did not know this was the law, thaJustice directed the Grand Jury to return the next Monday and if any disorder then occurred on the Sunday intervening he would charge^them as to indicting the police. The Justice holds that an officer is indictable when he knowingly permits a violation of law to continue without interference. The Prosecutor thinks that under this strict interpretation of the law the polioe oould be indiot ed for 'permitting Sunday liquor sell ing if they knew it was done and made no attempt to stop it. Sunday baseball or golf playing are not crimes in themselves under the law except under the Vice and Immorality act, in which a fine of 12 can be imposed. The crime is in making a disturbance in playing the game on Sunday. Justioe Gummere might not inter pret the law as does Justice Van Syokle. It is said that Justioe Gum mere plays golf Sunday on the Oolonia links. A Physician Healed. Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physi cian of Smith's Grove, Ky. . for over thir ty years, writes his personal experience with Foley's Kidney cure: "For years I had been greatly bothered with kidney and bladder trouble and enlarged pros tate gland. I used everything known to the brofession without relief, until I com menced to use Foley's kidney Cure. Af ter taking thiee bottles I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recom mend its use to all physicians for such troubles. I have prescribed it in hun dreds of oases with perfect suocess. Sex ton's Pharmacy 70 Smith St. Softer Than Mush. Bertha ? I think Harry issoft enough for anything. Bessie ? So do I. Oh, by the way, ?tear, that reminds me. Last wight I overheard him eay he woe going to pro pose t^^o^v-^JCit^lllts. j She Wn* Satisfied. Maud ? So you are engagved to Teddy Peach? You don't suppose that you are his first love? Laura ? No, but I will) see to It that I em his last. ? Chicago Beoord-Harahl Fourth of July Excursion. Qrand Fourth of July excursion to Maueh Chunk and Glen Onoko via the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Special train will leave Perth Amboy at 8.00 a. m. and returning will leave Qlen Onoko 5.30 p. m. , Mauch Ohunk 5.45 p. m. Fare for the round trip, adults $1.60, j children 75 cents. Consult Ticket Agents for further informa tion. l?84-6-28-10t Children In Peril. Some of the most anxious hours of a mother's life are those when the little ones have the croup. Foley's Honey and Tar is a safe and effective remedy that never fails. "My boy would have died from membraneous oroup if it had not been for Foley's Honey and Tar," waites C. W. Lynoh of Winchester, Ind. Sexton's Pharmacy 70 Smith St. I REAL ESTATE ADVERTISING. A Modern House. Bight rooms. All improvements large lot, on Rector Street for sale at a bargain. THE BISHOP COMPANY 122 SMITH STREET ECONOMY... If you are interested in good property low cost, oall on us. We have some fine lots on William street for sale cheap. Boynton Brothers. Amboy Bealty and Construction Company. A good business property for sale on Smith Street, house nearly new, Store 20x44 feet, 10 large rooms, a. decided bargiuu, terms reasonable. Post Office Building. UST THINK OF IT! A House and Lot ina desirable part of the City for $900. En quire R., care of Perth Amboy Evening News. GREISEN & DAH1, Masons and Builders, Boom 14 Seheuer Building, K9T1 MATHS FUUN181IKl(t0a? Open; Evenlil \ IO. WELCOME TO COTTON Prince Henry of Prussia Ao tive In Reception. FLAGSHIP GETS AN HONORED PLACE Emperor William, Ambaaudar Tow er, Consul Mason and Manx Ti tled Notabilities Will Join In the Festivities. KIEL, ?ermany, June 24.? Rear Ad miral Cotton's squadron has reached its anchorage opposite the Imperial Yacht club. The fleet commanded by Admiral Prince Henry of Prussia, consisting of eight battle ships and six cruisers, sa luted the American vessels, and the band of the German flagship played "America." Some hundreds of the townspeople gathered on the piers and slopes of the narrow bay and cheered as the squadron arrived. Prince Henry sent his navigating of ficers and.the captain of the port down the bay to meet the Americans. The PRINCE HENRY OF PRUSSIA. flagship Kearsarge swung into her mooring next to tbe place reserved for the emperor's yacht, tbe Hohenzollern. Tbe stars and stripes were raised over the yacht club and on the hotels in the vicinity. Rear Admiral Cotton and ?aptaln Joseph N. Hemphill, command er of the Kearsarge, and all the other American commanders called on the Bight German admirals and vice admi rals stationed here. Prlnoe Henry simplified the Inter change of calls by suggesting that Etear Admiral Cotton, his staff officer, Lloutenant Hussey; Captain Hemphill tad all the captains of the American squadron should meet him, his staff ipd all tbe oommanders of tbe German ships on Ijoard bis flagship Kaiser Pried rich III. Prince Henry then re turned tbe oall on Rear Admiral Cot too and talked half an hour with him. rhe prlnoe examined tbe outside of tbe Kcarsarge*s double turret, but did not jo Inside, as there were seven German admirals on shore duty who were wait ing to visit Rear Admiral Cotton. Prince Henry complimented the Amerf ;an officers on tbe smart appearance of the squadron, which bad been freshly painted at Nyborg, Denmark. Rear Admiral Cotton and tbe captains af the American vessels will take lunch with Prince and Princess Henry today. The following notabilities have ar rived for the regatta: United States Ambassador Charlemagne Tower, Unit ed States Consul General Frank Ma SOO. the Prince and Princess of Pless, the Princess of Thurn and Taxis, Bar on &oulP Rothschild, Herr Ballln, di rector of the Htmburg- American line; Acbmed Bey and Baron and Baroness Bcharditeln. Mr. Goelefs thirty footer Swan, the only American owned boat entered In the regatta, baa been exercising over the course in the lower iMy since her arrival here. Her owner Is assisted In sailing her by Hopkins Smith, who with the yacht Uncle Sam won the cup given for boats of her class In 1902. Emperor William will arrive today on the Hoheneollern. A Clear Coarse For tbe Cap Race. WASHINGTON, June 24,-George A Qormack, secretary of the New York Yacht cjub, had a conference with As sistant Secretary Armstrong and Cap tain Shoemaker, chief of the revenue outter service, regarding the yacht race for the America's cup to be sailed from Aug. 20 to 29. Mr. Cormack requested the co-operation of the revenue cutter service In keeping a clear course for the competing yachts. He was advised that a fleet of vessels of the revenue cutter service under the command of Captain T. r>. Walker will attend the races and keep the course clear. Tie Up of Paper Mill* Likely, GLENS FALLS, N. Y., June 24. Nearly 200 men are on strike at the Fort Edward mill of the International Paper company, and a tie up of the other ten mills of the concern In New York, Maine, Vermont and Massachu setts may follow. The present strike comes as a surprise, as it was believed that tbe proposed change of hours was the only grievance. A?burj park Has Snow. ASBURY PARK, N. J., June 24.-A flurry of snow was tbe unusual specta cle wltnossed here. The flakes made their appearance /following a sudden drop In temperatyre caused by the visit of a fierce nortweast storm, which Is still raging. Visitors to the beach were obliged to weajr heavy wraps and even then shivered from the effects of the cold. , MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., June 24.? Judge Loehran of the United States circuit court has issued a temporary injunction restraining the longshore men's union of Duluth from threaten ing or In any way interfering with nonunion men In loading and unloading freight at the Northern Pacific docks. F Compare prices with those advertised by New York stores and you will always find ours as low, and oftentimes lower than theirs. WE CHALLENGE COMPARISON WITH ANY NEW YORK STORE. HAHNE & CO. wark^=> Variety as great and prices lower than any New York Store. During July and August this store will close Saturdays at i P. M. and Friday evenings t at 6 o'clock. ?" The Grandest Mercantile Plant in America." Not long since a Western merchant made a tour of inspection of our new store, and when asked his opinion replied- "The grandest plant in America." And so it is? in every detail. Others may have cost more to construct, but for practical, up-to-date, modern merchandising methods, this store stands in the front rank of the mercantile world. . ' Main Floor. Housekeepers' Bargains. White Bed Spreads ? New lace designs, choice of fringed or hemmed ones, Good 3.50 value SPECIAL AT 2.50 Each White Bed Spreads ? Extra] SPECIAL AT largo size, subject to slight mill im- J perfections, dainty Marseilles pat- f I AC r..L terns, good 2.00 value j la?v Cavil Bod Blankots ? Full size, choice of plain white or with blue and red striped borders, Good 1.00 value ? - i Mattress Protectors ? The best quilted sanitary mattress protectors in the market, full size, Value 2.00, .... SPECIAL AT 78c per Pr. SPECIAL AT 1.48 Each Second Floor. Half Price Sale of Pictures. We've transformed our Amusement Hall into an Art Gallery of huge proportions ? there are over one thousand pictures dis played, embracing almost every style and subject known to art, and there's not one picture that isn't worth more than double the price asked. They represent a well known manufacturer's entire sample line and surplus stock which we were fortunate in securing at the bare cost of materials. We've placed them in five separate lots to make choosing easier. Lot No. I ? Large Steel Engravings- Photogravures and Photon, including such, subjects as Peg Wofflng, Consulting the Oracle and the j| A Village Elms, framed iu heavy Florentine gilt, Dueh and Light m Oak Frames, Worth 15 00 Special ? Lot No. 2 ? Extra large size Photos, subject consisting of Jersey, A AO Aldomy, Romeo and Juliet,Madonna,eto.,in dark oak frame, worth M JAM 6.00. Special fciW Lot No. 3? A flue collection of Warer Color Artotypes, subject suitable for parlor, sitting room or library, in gilt or hardwood J J? frames. Worth 5.00. Special Lot No. 4? A very special line of beautiful colored Figured Land- J M f scapes, Religious and Venioe Scenes, mounted in either gilt or light I and darK oak frames. Worth 3.00 Lot No, 5 ? A oatohy lot of pen and ink fao-smiles, representing the M f _ prevailing fads. 40 subjects to seleot from, tastefully mounted in M I* Dutch oak frames with mats of all colors; worth 98o: Special ? V Fireworks for the Fourth. Your Fourth of July needs will be promptly and carefully looked after here, even though we Olliy sell by 8ample, and don't keep a big stock of fireworks at the store. We have made special arrangements to have all orders filled and delivered direct from the manufacturer to your home. There's a splendid collection of these sample fireworks in our sporting goods section ? everything from the tiny "popper" to the "giant cracker;" also the more preten tious sorts ? the aerial and exhibition pieces. The sample cases are all put up by experts, thus enabling you to choose from a more varied assortment than at most places. All we ask is get your order in early. v Exhibitors' assortment No. N, retail price 9.00, case price Exhibitors' assortment No. O, retail price 12.50, case price 3.50 5.00 Consumers' assortment A 0"W No. 1, retail price 10.00, Q M f case price ? Other assortments up to. Aerial assortment No. J A 1, retail price 25.00, case III price Consumers' assortment No. 2, retail prioe 20.00, case prioe Aerial assortment No. 2, retail price 32.00, case price 18.00 $325. Third Floor. Bedroom Furniture. Three big values at great reductions from our regu lar prices. This is a splendid opportunity for those who are about to furnish a summer hotel, country house or seashore cottage, to secure a medium quality furnishing at a minimum of price. Select as many pieces as you like? one, two or more. Thoro are no restrictions as to quantities ? only don't wait. A Chiffonier, has 5 large drawers, top is 18x90, wite bevel French mirror, sides neatly paneled, finished well. Regular price 7.75 special at ' 5.50 A Toilet Dresser, lias French bevel mirror, fancy shape top, h ?? 18 by 86, one large drawer, nioely finished. Regular price is 1% ? 1% 7.50 reduced to WB I W \ A Dresser, top Bwell shape, 19x37, lias three large drawers, a brass handles, oval Frenoh bevel mirror; a good artiole in every U way. Regular value is 10.35. priced npeoial at HAHNE & CO. Newark HAHNE & 00. || Donffnl Galltf of Holland Murder, LONDON, Juno 24. ?Samuel Herbert Dougal wns found guilty of the murder of Miss Camllle Ceclle Holland, a wealthy spinster, and has been sen tenced to death. The trial created a great sensation here on account of the mystery which surrounded the crime. Throughout the trial Dougal exhibited great stoicism. He listened unmoved to the death sentence and smiled and nod ded to acquaintances In the (<ourt room. Pardoned For Good Service, TRENTON, N. J., June 24.? The court of pardons In special session par doned Charles Statto, colored, who was serving a one year sentence in the Hudson county penitentiary. Statts was pardoned In recognition of hla services in saving the life of one of the keepers of the Institution who was be ing attached by another prisoner in an effort to escape. Ambition*. * "I shall not be content until we Bee our son making $40,000 or $90,000 a year," Bald the fond mother. "My dear," answered her husband, "what do you want him to he, a Jockey or a prize-flghter?" ? -Wash ington 6tar. Ht? EiperlenM. "Pa," eald the boy, looking op from his book, "what. does n man's 'better half mean?" "Usually, my eon." replied his father from behind the evening paper, "she means exactly what she 6aya." ? Phila delphia Press. It Makes a DlRorrnMi. "Speaking of, lucky numbers, they are the ones with ihe dollar sign be fore them, aren't they?" "Well, that depends on whether they represent what Is opmlng to you or what you owe." ? rir ? 7- Post. THE RIGHT PLACE TO BUY Lawn Mowers Rubber Hose Oar den Tools Rei rig-era tors Wire Cloth Elizabeth Hardware Co. . 158 SMITH STREET i Keep Cool in Hot Weather Residence iTelephone Service adds more to comfortable living in hot weather than any other one thing. ! The New York and New JerseyTelephone Co p* WO Market Street , Newark, IS. J . 55 SMITH STREET , PERTH AMBOY, N. J. 7 7