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Interesting Ceremony Took Plaoe in the
Baptist Church Yesterday.
The oonnoil of the Monmouth Bap
tist oliurohes called to ordain William
E. Baker, met in the Baptist charoh
on Tuesday afternoon, and after a
thorough examination of the candi
date's conversion, oall to the ministry
and views of the Christian doctrine,
voted to prooeed with the ordination
exercises, whioh occurred the same
evening at the same place.
The following is the program :
Singing, Ohoir.
Soripture Reading, Rev. Thomas D.
Prayer, Rev. H. O. Newman.
Sermon, Rev. O. P. Baches D.D.
Ordaining Prayer, Rev. N. A.
Charge to Candidate, Rev. J. Y.
Irwin. ?
Hand of Fellowship, Rev. J. F.
Benediction, Rev. William B.
?' The moderator of the council was
Rev. ?J. W. H. Parker, of Middletown,
and the clerk was Rev. J. F. Ooote,
of Keyport.
Rev. Mr. Dyer and Rev. Mr. Mul
hern, both former pastors of the First
Baptist ohuroh, oi this borough, were
unable to be present to ta*e part in
the ceremonies as exported.
The ordainingof William Baker was
a groat event in this borough as he
| was born here and started on his career
as a Sunday school soholar in the
churoh in whioh he was ordained last
evening after the most rigid question
ing in the afternoon >oeremonies. It
was thought by some of the members
of the ohurch that he would not be
able to answer some of the questions
that were asked, but he did splendid
ly and onvered himself with glory in
more than one sense of the word. The
ceremony was beautiful. The ohurch
was beautifully deoorated with palms
and daisies. The choir was stationed
behind two embankments of daisies
and the congregational singing was
rendered there by them. The effect
was fine. Miss Maggie Jackson pre
sided at the organ. Mrs. Irwin sang
the solo ' ' Behind the Gates of Para
dise" very teweetly, with Miss Jaok
son as aooompanist. Deacon Thomas
Baker, the young man's father has
been looking forward to this event
for a long time and today found him
quite able to be taken in a carriage to
a friend's house and to the church to
witness the the great triumph of 'his
son although he has been very ill in
deed. He witnessed both ceremonies
and Btood it very well so far and no
bad results are feared, for, as hi*
daughter, Mrs. Anderson, feelingly
expressed it to her father, ' ' God is
too good to let any harm come from
it "
On Wednesday morning Rev. Will
iam Baker starts for the east, where
he will probably settle. He has had
three calls, and may aooept one in
New Hampshire. He looks very
young aod bright and has a pleasing'
personality. We congratulate him on
his splendid sucoess and extend our
best wishes for the future.
"He hath triumphed gloriously."
, This question has been asked, Why
do the people want to go to the oeme
tery? Meaning, why do they desire
the trolley oars to run np there? The
.question can be answered, and various
^ freasong given very easily. The plots,
if kent in good order, require atten
tion, watering, eto. To do this those
who have dear ones bnried there are
compelled to take a long up hill walk
whioh in summer time is particularly
tiresome and very many are not able
to take it as they would like to. It
~ is oustomary for people to walk out
in that direotion too, and stop and
view the prettily decorated plots ? and
graves and then go on up the road
past there, for a walk through tho
woods for a breath of the pure spioy
air, and if they get very tired, what
a oomfort it would be to be able to
take a trollev oar from the cemetery
to their homes.
Why do the people want to go to the
2DI David St. So. Ambfy, N. J. |
Orgaas from $10 up. Square Pianos from j
$15 Cash or laitaJiaeato. r
cemetery? Why it is one of the great
est pleasures some of those mourning
for their loved ones can have, that of
placing flowers on their graves, and
it grieves them that they aren't able
to walk there and carry their pretty
offerings, whioh some of them think
their dear ones may know of. If
flowers are placed there, unless attend
ed to they soon die and it requires
many a walk during dry weather to
keep them alive. These are a few of
the reasons for Wanting the M. and 8.
trolley cars to run to the end of the
ronte as was expected at first. ;
Miss Mame Shanaphy, of this bor
ough, is sojourning at Toionto, Cana
da, for the summer season.
The closing exercises of St. Mary's
sohooi will be held in St. Mary's Hall
on Friday, Jane 28. Anyone attend
ing the exeroises may be sure of a
treat worth having, as the program is
always an enjoyable one and the
mnsio, singing, etc. , cannot be too
highly praised.
Three weddings for Wednesday, in
town, it is said.
People belonging to the new Terra
Ootta works are said to be looking for
houses in this borough, but think
rents are rather high.
It is said that Mr. Joseph Lykes, of
John street, has purohased the house
on the corner of George street near
the bulkhead, and intends repairing
and improving the same.
It is rumored that Ohris Straub Jr.
will open a meat market in the store
formerly oocupied by Modjeski on
Pine avenue. .
Miss Carrie Burlew has returned to
her home in Providence, R. I., after
a pleasant visit with relatives in this
borough, her sister, Mrs. Charles
Chapman Jr. accompanied, her home
for a visit.
The Star. Building and Loan Asso
ciation met Monday night in Borough
Will Rehfuss, of Broadway, was a
Matawan visitor Friday.
Oscar Anderson and George Hyers,
of this borough, were Perth Amboy
visitors Friday.
A report says th&t Mrs. Frank Dis
brow is on the road to recovery, after
what has been considered a very ser
iouB illness for some weeks past.
Miss Stookholm, professional nurse
of Brooklyn, returned home Monday
evening, after a very pleasant visit
with friends on Bordentown avenue.
Miss Sarah Minnion, of Bergen Hill,
visited friends at Matawan Friday
and enjoyed a spin around the town
in an automobile with them.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Atkinson, of
Hatboro, Pa. , spent a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bastedo of George
The yacht Hadassah was brought
from the dry dook at Perth Amboy
Saturday, and is now lying at Per
rines' dook at Swan Hill.
The electric light was out corner of
David street and Broadway Sunday
Mr William Hoagland and son
Manning, spent Sunday as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Bastedo of George
street. Their daughter, Miss Agnes
Bastedo, aooompanied them home for
a visit and Mrs. Bastedo is anticipat
ing a trip to their place Wednesday.
Strawberries are getting very soarce
in town. They say that Mr. Ohris
Straub is not having any moro picked
on his farm.
The sohooner Banner unloaded a
small cargo of yellow pine lumber at
the borough dock Monday, to be used
for the finishing of the new bulkhead
at George and John streets.
William and Edward Liming and
William Masterson Jr. , of this bor
ough, returned home from Jersey
Oity, where they attended a large
Mr. and Mrs. Simoi^ Gross, of New
York, returned home after a pleasant
visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. Kollisch,
of Broadway.
Another oanal boat has just artived
at Whitehead's dook to be loaded with
moulding clay.
The first meeting of the Sons of
Veterans, as a body, was held Monday
night in, the G. A. R. rooms at Pro
tection Hall.
The Board of Education retained
all tho teachers and the jaintors of
the public schools.
Bargains in real estate are to be
found in the real estate oolumn on
wure 8.
FOR SALB? Horse, Wagon and Bot
tling Route at low price, Inquire 86
First St. South Amboy.
I tottenyille.
The Evening News is on sale at Ost
burgs' 44 Main street, and at John
Boss' Hotel, ^formerly John Kail's
stand. Extra copies of the News and
all NewYork papers can always be se
In the Contest Last Night Miss K. A. Wool
sey was Successful.
1 ?
The Y's of the W. 0. T. U. Rave an
oratorical contest at Bethel M. E.
ohnrch last night. The prize was a
silver medal and was won by Miss E.
A. Woolsey.
Solos were rendered by Mr. J.
Slaight and T. Kelly, and the Totten
ville Qnartett sang several selections.
The judges were Messrs. Egbert,
Gardner and Morris. The contest was
under the direction of Mrs. Egbert
and Mrs Morris, who are at the head
of the W. O. T. U. of Staten Island.
The Staten Island Rapid Transit
employes association will condnot an
excursion to Orchard Beach, Long
Island. The date set has been the
12th of Angust. The steamer Rich
mond with four barges and the tug
Vanderbilt will take the crowd to the
beach. The committee in charge of
all arrangements is William Cole,
chairman, Qeorge Ford, treasurer,
and Peter McQovern, secretary. Last
year the association olaims that they
cleared nearly 11,200. They have
great hopes of being as successful this
The members of Welcome Council
No. 30 Daughters of America held an
ontertainment in the K. of P. Hall,
Amboy avenue, last Friday night. It
was given for the benefit of the order.
A large orowd attended. The ladies
are well pleased over the success of
the affair.
The work of laying the new rails
on the Staten Island Rapid Transit
Railroad 1b progressing. The gang
now working, started from Annadale
and have worked as far as Richmond
Valley station up until today. When
the work is completed to Tottenville,
the gang will then commence at Anna
dale ^again and work toward St.
The members of Bethel M. E. church
of Amboy aveune, will celebrate 4th
of July in a fitting manner. They
will serve refreshments in the after
noon. In the evening they will have
fireworks at the corner of Ambov and
Sprague avenue.
Oolonel Pope, of bicyole fame, re
cently said that the first essential to
business success is "advertising;"
that the second essential was "big
advertising;" and the third, "bigger
St. Stephon's Lodge No. ?8 P. & A.
M. had a communication on Monday
evening at their rooms, and being the
last one previous to their vacation of
two months, there was an unusually
large gathering of members and resi
dent masons. The meeting was of an
interesting character and at the olose,
the assembled brethren repaired to the
Rippowan House where a fine banquet
was served by the proprietor of the
same. Thoro was the usual good timo
with speeches and songs, reminis
censes, etc.
Full Orchestra of 6 pieces,
Dancing FREE every af
Hops ? Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday evenings, 7:30
to 11:30.
Concerts? Monday, Wednes
nesday and Friday evenings.
Special Concert Sunday after
All attractions open,( and
many new ones.
The [new poiioe system has been
successfully tried. The policemen
like it very much. Sergeant Oook
was in charge of the desk on the Brut
day. Sergeant Lynch was in charge
yesterday and Sergeant Cannon today.
When three sergeants are working
they will not have to follow up the
Commissioner's rule in regards to the
making of rounds. They will be in
charge of the desk all the time for
eight hoars, then fonr hours reserve
tfith twelve hours off.
Flower Sunday was celebrated in
the Zion A. M. E. church last Sun
day. This was the fiftieth year of
the ohurch. There was a choir of
sixty-two voices. In the morning a
sermon was preached to the parents
and children. At 3.30 o'clock in the
afternoon, and in the evening at 7.30
exercises for the children were given.
Next Sunday the celebration of the
fiftieth grand rally will be held. In
the morning Mrs. Martha Ivin, of
Asbury Park, will preach. At 3
o'clook in the afternoon Charges La
Forge, of the Salvation Army, station
ed at Perth Amboy, will speak.
Again in the evening Mrs. Ivin will
speak. All are welcome.
If the weather permits the crack
Exoelsior A. C. baseball team, of
Pleasant Plains, will cross bats with
the strong Union A. O. baseball club,
of Oanarsie, Long Island, next Satur
day. The game will be played on the
Excelsior diamond at Pleasant Plains.
Today the crew of the oyster sloop
Commodore, are planting seed oysters.
On Monday they went up tho river
and brought back, late yesterday, a
large load.
Local No. 77, of the Pressors &
Finishers Union will attend the pionic
of tho Union at Pulaski Park, Perth
Amboy, Friday, July 3rd.
Tho tug boat James A. Lawrence,
of New York, was in port yesterday.
The brick foundation for Hubbard
Xetman's house on Hopping avenue is
S. A. Hubbard, of Tottenville, will
return to his duties at the First Na
tional Bank, of St. George, Monday,
after a ten weeks vacation.
The oyster dredge A. O. Brown is
kept busy these days.
The sloop Emma B. is reoeiving a
new ooat of paint at the shipyard of
A. O. Brown & Son.
George Parsons, formerly with tho
Atlantic Terra Ootta Works, is now a
local insurance agent.
Mr. Sullivan, of Main street, is
having his house painted.
The roses in the yard of James
Ryder, Amboy avenue, are v?ry beau
tiful and a credit to the owner.
Ff?r IrnohlnR At Peoria, III.
PEORIA, 111., June 24. ? Detective
William El Murphy was killed by Billy
MeRoe, a negro desperado, whom he
was attempting to arrest late laet
night. Murphy, nrmed with n warrant
for McRen on tho charge of burjjlary,
approached the negro, who was' stand
ing on a street corner, and Informed
him that he was under arrest. With
out a moment's wanting Mollae shot
the officer In the breast lie then at
tempted to oncape. but was arrested
and taken to tho city Jail, which Was
soon surrounded by a mob. The flw de
partment was called out to assist the
police force and all the oloetrlc lights in
^be center of the city turned off.
The Department of Clay
Working and Ceramics
Established by the
Legislature, at
The State College,
New Brunswick, N. 1.,
has a modern and complete equipment for
practioal and theoretical instruction in
the olay working industries. Two courses
have been provided ? the regular course
of four ye:?rs, leading to the degree of
B. 8c. ; a short course of two years, de
signed for young men who have had
practical experience in olay working.
For lurthor information and catalogues
apply, to C. W-. PARMELEE, Depart
ment of Ceramics, or HIVING 8. UPSON
Registrar. AUSTIN SCOTT, Pres.
fmr chu<*vut m/?, suf.
Miss Marguorite Edgar is visiting
Miss Mildred Swift, of New Britian.
Mr. George Rathbun and Mr. 01
mond Wolf left Monday morning for
Yonkers. From there they will go to
the Oatskills where they expeot to
spend most of their summer.
Mr. Alston Voorhees spent Friday
night ont of town.
Mrs. F. I. Perry entertained a num
ber of friends on Saturday evening.
The following were present: Miss
Georgie S. Boynton, Miss Dorothea
B. Boynton, Messrs. Clancy Boynton,
Albert Boynton, Fred J. Oox, Alfred
Ohild, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ames.
On Friday morning teachers and
scholars gathered at the school to say
goodby before the summer.
Mr. Frank Woodruff, of Rahway,
was the guest of Mr. Percy Brown, of
East Wood bridge, on Sunday.
Mrs. William Spencer, of Fords,
visited her ' sister, Mrs. Olarence
Liddle, yesterday.
Mr. Bugden, superintendent of the
First Presbyterian Sunday school, of
Rahway, was the speaker at the 86th
anniversary exercises of the Presby
terian Sunday sohool, of this place,
last night. His remarks were listen
ed to with close attention by the large
audience present. The music, espec
ially the singing by the juniors, also
the Drimary, was unusually good, and
too much praise cannot be given to
the loaders, Mr. E. L. Potter and
Mrs. M. A. Brown. Rev. M. W.
Womer made a few remarks.
A u very enjoyable evening was spent
at the home of Mrs. H. Turner, of
Sewaren, on Friday last. The guests
were principally from Woodbridge.
A sewing meeting of the Mission
Band, of the Presbyterian cnurch,
will be held Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Miss Laura Gutter.
Mrs. John Pfeiffer and the Misses
Glare and Helen Pfeiffer spent Satur
day with Dr. and Mrs. Seth Look
Miss Castleman, of New York, is
the guest of Miss Anna Hiisdorf.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sereno, of New
ark, spent Sunday with Mrs. Rose
Jed Bassett and his famous" Village
choir" will be at the M. E. church
in the near future.
Miss Sadie Glark is back at her
home for the summer.
The "Builders" of the M. E. church
will be entertained at an afternoon
tea at the home of Mrs. Hughes, of
Sewaren, on July 7th.
Mr. Albert Scott and Mr. Arthur
Pritchards spent Sunday with Mr.
Ernest Boynton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ohild, of Connecticut,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 0.
W. Boyuton.
Mrs. S. M. Brewster visited New
Brunswiok and Now York on Monday.
The Juniors and Seniors of the
Woodbridge High Sohool, gave a pri
vate dance at Boynton Beach on Mon
day evening. About a hundred and
fifty guests were present.
Four Men Were Killed and One
Kuril y Injured.
RALEIGH, N. C., Juno 24.-Four
Seaboard Air Line men arc (load and
one badly Injured an the result of a
head on collision at Niagara, N. C.t
sixty-five miles from Ualcigh. Both
engines were torn to pieces and live
freight cars badly damaged.
The dead men are Engineers 8. T.
Stewart and W. I*. Wall, Firemen
Walter Bond and Brewer, all white.
Stewart Is a Canadian, while the other
three are North Carolinian*, all milk
ing their homes here.
Stewart was carrying an engine and
tender to Hamlet and was going south.
He passed a north hound freight at
Vass and evidently forgot another
freight behind that. At Niagara he
shot his engine up a grade around a
curve. At the same time the freight in
charge of Engineer Wall came flying
down the grade around the curve. One
fireman on the freight Jumped Just as
the engines crashed into each other lu
a twenty foot cut
The two engineers were killed at
once. Fireman Brewer's body is
wedged in the wreck.
United Stntea Milliliter Muy Le?v?.
WASHINGTON, June 24.? The Unit
ed States minister at Belgrade Mr.
John B. Jackson, will probubiy follow
the course of European diplomatic rep
resentatives at that capital in the mat
ter of the recognition of the new sover
eign, King Peter. The state depart
ment's instructions to him give him
plenty of latitude.
Flrat Ncttlaa of r?t Tashtii la Btle
NEW YORK, Juno 24. -The new
L'up defender Reliance and ttto new
cup challenger Shamrock III. were
matched together Ride by Ride* when
Reliance slid Into the big Boston dock
In the Erie basin, from which Sham
rocks II. and III had Just been taken.
The difference between the two boats
was marked, and the yachting sharps
who saw them were more positive than
ever that the blue ribbon of the seas
would stay on this side of the pond.
The two Shamrocks, spick and span
in thrtr new painted top sides, with
brightly burnished hulls, were floated
out of the dock without incident at an
early hour.
They wow taken over to the dock
near by, and the work of fixing them
for racing begun at onee despite the
The Reliance went into dock to be
cleaned and polished and to receive a
general overhauling for the ocean trial
races off Newport beginning the end of
this month.
Carrying out the careful regard for
all superstitions which has marked the
care of the new challenger, neither
Shamrock III. nor Shamrock I. will be,
taken down Into the horseshoe until
after Sir Thomas' arrival oq the
Oceanic today.
Every cup challenger heretofore has
met her owner while she was swinging
at anchor near the Ilook, and every
one of them has been beaten. It Is ta
be hoped by keeping the challenger in
the basin until after her owner reache*
here to bronk this succession of de
Received n Warm Welcome From
Belgrade Delegation at Vienna.
VIENNA, June 24.? King Peter ar?
rived from Geneva and left again for
Belgrade after a short stay. He re
ceived a warm welcome from the Seiv
vlan, Croatian and Monte negran stu
dents and from a delegation from Bel
grade headed by the mayor.
In responding to n brief speech made
by the latter King Peter expressed hl|
pleasure at returning to Belgrade after
so long an exile.
In an interview which he gav#xwhlle
on his way hitbfer King Peter dwell oif *
the difficulty of punishing the assassins
of King Alexander and Queen Draga
In view of their pardon by the Servian
national assembly prior to his election
as king.
Sir 0. Bonham, the British minister
to Servia, who was ordered home a
few days ago, has left for London.
The minister of the Netherlands has
been instructed to leave Belgrade be
fore the arrival of King Peter.
The Greek court has gone into a
fortnight's mourning for King Alexan
der and Queen Draga.
Ira D. Banker Hapelemtly BHnd.
NEW YORK, June 84.-A1I hope thai
the eyesight of Ira D. Sankey, evangel
ist, will ever be restored has been aban
doned by his family. Mr. I. Allen San
key, the son, states that his father is
permanently blind and Is reconciled to
his fate.
J ..Funeral Director..
^ This la the only up-to-date Fumkral
5 establishment In Perth Amboy & vicinity
orrics RcsiDZNca
363 State St. 27 Mechanic St.
Telephone 46 f Telepboaa 4i m.
Sanitary Plumber.
Kaliway AYe.
shop near c r Depot, Carteret, N-J ?
Carpenter and Builder
Estimate given. Jobbing promptly utteuded to
Main gt & Haxelwood ave.. Kahway, N. J.
KAHWAY AVE. Carteret, N. J.
Next to Engine House.
Cart enter and Builder
Jobbing pron ptly attended to. Estimates given
CHAiiLEs jE2sris;rfcTs
Painter and Papethanger
All orders by null promptly attended to.
Mason and Contractor
Carteret & Port Reading, N. J.
Hesideuoe ? John Thompsons House, Poll

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