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Petition being Drawn up for Property Owners in That Vicinity to
Sign but will Wait to see if they get the Pavement? Claim
Washington Street is more in Centre of the City.
As told in the News last w?ck, a
spirited movement is on foot in regard
to tho change in location of the ferry
sliD o? thistaton Island Rapid Transit
ou this side of the sound. In .the de
sire that it shonld be changed, but
not to Fayette street, as iB favored by
the (Officials of the road, the property
owners on Washington street are
speaking of the foot of their street as
the now site.
When seen by a News reporter this
morninc Jacob Goldberger said that
he was starting such a movement, and
had begnn to draw no a petition in
favor of the selection of Washington
street by the railroad company. No
thing will be done towards circulating
this petition, however, until the pro
perty owners hear definitelv as to
whether or not they are to sooure the
brick pavement which is desired. If
they are successful in regard to the
p.ivement, the petition will be immed
iately presented to the owners for
their signatures. They are desirous
of having the boat land at the foot of
their street bocause of tho increase in
property valuation that would be occa
sioned and in addition they argue that
tho trip across from Tottenville to
Washington street would be still
shorter than to Fayette. Much inter
est, therefore, attaches to the outcome
of the movement for a vitrilied brick
It is also argued in favor of Wash
ington street that by landing there
the ferrv will be more nearly in the
c niter of the city as that thoroughfare
loads out to all sections by direct
New Organization Made Merry and
Presentation Took Place
Debate at Next Meeting.
Tho clam bake given by the Ancient
Order of* Heavy-Weight Knockers at
Florida Grove Saturday evening was
a decided success. About seventy
members and their friends were pres
ent, and as far as a News reporter
could learn none of them went away
hungry or thirsty. Each member and
guest present was presented a minia
ture hammer pin as a souvenir.
The bake, in charge of James Took
or, was all that could bo desired. It
was served about 10 o'clock. After
tho bake the cigars were lighted, and
the Supreme Grand Knocker, Victor
Main, was presented with a very large
and handsome mallet as a token of
the intense hatred in whicJJ ho is held
by his ancient order. Mr. Main re
sponded in a happy vein, expressing
his appreciation of the gift and in
tention to use it in a practical way,
shoutyl occasion require.
At 11.30 the party broke up after
having spent a most enjovabie even
ing. The committee of arrangements,
to whom much credit is flue, were
Victor Main, John H. Fritzinger,
John Danner, Charles Walters Jr.,
Fred Waters, Harvey Stotson. Benja
min Sturns, W. L . Farroat and Will
iam H. Cheshire.
A debate will be held at the next
meeting of the society on the follow
ing questions, "Resolved that the
members of the Perth Amboy Board
of Health have the biggest sinecure
on earth. "
Also "Resolved that steps should be
taken to end tho wholesale slaughter
of dogs since the Mayor's recent pro
clamation. "
The best sewing machines are sold
at Peder Olsen's, 86 Smith street.
6-9 to 7-e.o.d.? adv.
Grace Lutheran Church had In
teresting Ceremony Last
Rev. E J. Kenling, who organized
tlie Grace Lutheran church in this
city last January, was installed as its
vrnstor last night. The service was in
charge of Rev. William F. Bacher of
Kingston, President of the Svnod of
New York and New England. He
was assisted by Rev. C. A. Miller,
pastor of Holy Trinity church, of
New York, and Rev. M. S. Waters, ot
Grace church, Newark. The installa
tion took place at 9 o'clock aftor the
regular oburch service. A large num
ber of the congregation and their
friends were present.
Became the Bride of Henry C- El
fers, of Tottenville? Ceremony
in Presbyterian Church
In the First Presbyterian church at
12 80 o'clock today, Miss Mary E.
Wait, of this city, was married to
Henry O. Elfers, of Tottenville. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr.
Harlan G. Mendenhall. *
The bridesmaid was Miss Ada El
fers, a sister of the groom, and the
best man was Ellis F. Wait, a brother
of the bride. The wedding march
was played by Mrs. Robert W. Macan,
and the coremony was witnessed by
the families of the interested parties.
The bride has been a teacher in
sohool No. 1 and the announcement
of her marriago will come as a sur
prise to her many friends. The groom
is employed by Dodd, Mead & Co. in
New York City. After a wedding
trip, tho destination ot which is not
known, Mr. and Mrs. Elfers will re
side in Tottenville.
Father of Cashier^ Harry Conard Passed
Away This Morning.
Llewellyn R. Oonard died at 9.80
this morning at his home, No. 89
Water street. Mr. Oonard suifered
from a paralytic stroke a little overt
five years ago and since then has been j
almost helpless.
Mr. Conard was born February 26,
1837. He took charge of and success
fully ran the Packer House when he
first camo to Perth Amboy many years
ago. Ho is survived by a wife and
three children, Harry Conard, cashier
of the First National Bank, Frank
Conard and Mrs. E. R. Potter, of
Philadelphia. Tho fnneral arrange
ments have not yot been completed.
Reuben Mahler, of this oity, and
Miss Reeiim Stern, of Newark, wore
married yesterday in Newark.
For real estate seo pago 2.
AnAAnnlfi of Merchants, Manufacturers, Corporations
ACCOUniS and Individuals Solicited ?
INTEREST PAID ON [ 2 per cent, on $ 500 or over
DAILY BALANCES \ 3 per cent, on $i,000 or over
Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent at Low Rates
Capital | Profits j Deposits* _$i,000,000
,TOMJ>,.sKBAN,.Fbmidmt2 ^ HABUYUONiHD Caui*
Took the Star A. C. of Newark,
Into Camp Saturday to the
Tune of 7 to I.
Allowed the Visitors but Three Hits and
Held them at His Mercy at All Times
?Marions Will Play Two Games
Next Saturday? Both With
The Marions hart an easy time of it
Saturday winning as they pleased
from the Star A. O by a score of 7 to
1. The visitors fielded badly at times
and this faot conpled with their in
ability to hit, aided the locals in se
curing the victory. Gilroy was touch
ed up rather lively, but many of the
hits credited to the Marions were
flukes and with fair support Gilroy
would have kept the score much
McPhillips pitched his first game
for tho Marions and gave genuine sat
isfaction. Ho allowed the Stars only
three hits and had them at his mercy
throughout the game. He fielded his
position magnificently, accepting the
unnsual number of nine chances in
perfect fashion. He got a stinging
line drive and a high foul in
clever stylo. McPhillips also handled
the stick well, rapping two singles
and scoring two runs.
The Marions' new player at third,
Oohalan, had little work to do in the
field, but he handled himself well.
The Stars got their only run in the
sixth as the rosult of two sing'es and
a stolen base.
The Marions two runs in the first
inning on Kiernan's triple, singles by
Oohalan and Galvin and an error by
Hook. Two more runs came in the
fourth on McGuire's error and singles
by McPhillips, Moorehead and Kier
nan. In the seventh, singles by Gal
vin and Hoffner and a bad throw by
Kennedy yielded another run. The
final tallies came in the eighth when
hits by McPhillips and Cohalan and
an error by Harnish netted two runs.
Next Saturday the Marions will
play two games at home, in the morn
ing and in tho afternoon. The Equit
ables will be the Marions' opponents
in both contests.
Moorehead, 2b5
Kiernan, ss 5
Cohalan, 3b 5
Galvin, lb 5
Hoffner, If 4
Connelly, c 4
Kelly, rf 4
Lyons, cf 4
McPhillips.p 4
R. IB. PO. A. E
1114 0
13 2 11
0 3 110
2 2 13 0 0
0 1110
0 0 4 2 0
0 12 10
10 10 0
2 2 2 7 0
Totals 40 7 13 27 17 1
Star A. O.
AB. R.
Nafie, If 3 0
Harnieh, cf 4 0
Connor, 2b 4 0
Devoreanx rf 2 0
McGuire lb 3 0
Hook, 88 3 0
Nealy, 3b 2 1
Kennedy, c 3 0
Gilroy, p 3 0
Totals 27 1
IB. PO. A. E.
0 2 0 0
0 3 0 1
0 2 2 0
0 0 2 0
0 11 0 2
10 4 2
15 2 0
0 10 1
10 2 1
3 24 -12 7
Score by innings :
Marions 20020012 x? 7
Star A. C. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0?1
Earned runs, Marions 2. Star A. C.
1. Two base hits, Hook, Kiernan.
Throe baso hits, Kiernan. Base on
balls, off McPhillips 2. Hit by pitch
er, Nafie. Struck ont bv McPhillips 4.
Left on bases, Marions 9, Star A. O.
1. Double plays, Cohalan to Galvin,
Kelly to Kiernan. Stolen bases,
Nealy, Harnish. Time of game, 1 hr.
25 niin. Umpire Bradley.
John Gilhooley, of 50 Joseph street,
Newark, was sent over for thirty days
this morning on a charge of being
diunk and disorderly. Officer Morris
arrested Gilhooley last night.
Paul Sheftis, of the Barracks, was
sentenced to serve thirty days in the
county jail this morning on a charge
of being drunk and disorderly. Officer
McDormott arrested Sheftis yesterday.
$5.00 per week.
Simpson M. E. Church Crowded
Last Night When Musical
Program Wa$ Rendered
pleasiTT solos.
"The Pilgrim" was the Subject of this
Service ? Music Was the Feature
Story of the Pilgrim Was Read
Chairs Were Neces' a y to Seat al< the
A beautiful musical service, entitled
the "Pilgrim," was presented in
Simpson M. E. church last evening.
The church was crowded, some ot the
congregation occupying chairs which
were placed down both aisles.
The program was opened by Rev.
S. T. Jackson who gave the introduc
tion. The second number, a vocal
solo, "Come paid Jesus," by Mr.
James Noe, was very well given.
Then followed a pleasing duet by
Misses Mercer and Lynch entitled
"Gates Ajar." Then came a chorus,
"Rescue the Perishing." The next
solo, "Throw Out the Lifo Line,"
was excellently renderod by Mr. Will
iam Noe.
Mrs. P. L. Herrington then read
"The Story of the Pilgrim." The
solo "One Sweetly Solomn Thought,"
by Miss Adele Williams was greatly
enjoyed. Miss Jessie Cornell sang
"My Faith Looks up to Thee," a very
prettv solo. Then followed a chorus,
"At the Cross." "Fear Not," the
solo by Samuel G. Garretson was
pleasingly rendered. Miss Thomas
sang very sweetly "Abide with Me. "
This was followed by the rendition of
"When Peace Like a River," ^y Mrs.
Jennie Pemberton and a quartet. It
was one of the most pleasing numbers
of the evening.
The solo, "Sun of My Soul," by
Miss Stella Rankin, was very pretty.
Then followed "Am I a Soldier," by
Mr. James JBkidmore. "btrike for
Victory," by mens' voices, "Guide
Me," by Mrs. R. W. Macan, and "He
Leadeth Me" bv Miss Edna A. Coutts.
All of these numbers were extremely
well rendered.
The chorus, "Oh Beulah Land,"
was followed by Mr. D. O. Noe's solo
"On Jordan's Stormy Bank." a very
entertaining number. "Jesus Saviour
Pilot Me, "and "Angels of Jesus,"
by Ernest Hilsdorf and Mrs. R. W.
Macan respectively, were delightful
selections. The program was then
closed by a chorus, "Holy, Holy,
Members of the Club Entertained
Large Crowd at Excelsior Grave
Saturday Night.
The Perth Amboy Model Yacht club
held the first grand picnic at Loeser's
Grovo Saturday night. It was a grand
suocoss. Dancing was the feature of
the ovoning.
Paul Liesko was floor manager. Tho
monev takon in will be added to the
clubs troasnry. George Gems, Kndolf
anil Albert Woisinann, and Paul
Lieske weru on tho committeo of
nrrangments. The great sucoess of
the affair is due to thorn, ably assist
ed by all the club members.
The floor of tho dancing pavilion
was in first class order and everything
passed off in a pleasing manner.
We have over $600,000 on deposit, and
more than 3,000 depositors.
The Perth Amboy
Savings Institution.
The depositors of the above Institution
are hereby notified that a
at the rate of 8 per cent, per annum has
beeu declared lor the six months ending
June 30, 1903. and will be credited oil the
aacounts of all entitled to the same on
July 20.
Money deposited on or before July 10
will diaw interest from July 1.
Alter July 1 tills bank will be opeu
Monday and Saturday evenings from
7 to 8 o'clock.
Adrian Lyow, President
.!*> Es L. Lancaster Vice Pres.
Ohart.es K. Mkaman, Treasurer,
J. Lawrkncs Boog?, Secretary.
When Fire Alarm Sounded Saturday Lincoln Hose Company Re
mained in Their House--Claim the Carriage has no Attachment
ment for Pulling by Hand? Chief Defends Company.
Ready to Start Mason Work as
Soon as Weather Permits? To
Raise Money.
As soon as the weather will permit
the mason work on St. Mary's church
will commence. The pastor, Rev. B.
T. O'Connell. is greatly pleased with
the way things are now progressing.
At all the masses yesterday he spoke
at length on the new building. He
said the time for the payment of the
last installment promised is now
drawing near. This was promised by
the first of July and as there yet re
mains $3,000 to be collected the pastor
urged the people of the parish to bear
this in mind and next Sunday tiy to
have it all in.
The amonnt promised in all to .start
the church was $15,000. Thus far
$12,000 has been collected, and if the
other $3,000 comes in by July 1 the
first payment, will doubtless be made.
Graham & McKeon. who have tho
contract for digging the cellar, have
completed their work as far as they
can go until the masons make a little
headway. Collections will be taken
up at different intervals until . the
$60,000 is all in. Fairs will most
likely be held also in the very near
future to help tho fund along.
Two Young Men Taken to Their Home for
Fear of Attack.
Officer Long reported to police head
quarters this morning that he had re
ceived word from Officer Lynch, of
the Staten Island police, that the latter
officer had spoiled a fight on that side
of the sonnd by escorting two young
men to the ferry boat Warren and
started them to this city. Officer
Lynch told Long to look out for them
and give them protection as the gang
which went over on the Sea Breeze
boat would be waiting for them on
this side. The crowd waited for the
young men who, Officer Long savs,
were perfectly sober and his timely
interference prevented a renewal of
hostilities. Officer Long had to escort
the young men to their homes on
Front street.
Miss A. E. Van Nuis and her niece,
Miss Helen Owens, of Paterson. wont
to Jamesburg Satuiday on a visit.
Andrew J. Wight has taken a posi
tion at the Ramsay Shipyard for the
summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. William Graham spent
Sunday at Prospect Plains. 1
E. Harold Barnes arrived home
from Lafayette College Friday. He
haB been ill for several weeks with
scarlet fever, but has now recovered.
Alvin B. Fox has been visiting at
Spring Vallev, N. Y. , for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Sherril, of
Irvington, N. J., are visiting Mrs. !
Sherril's mother, Mrs. F. F. Fox. of
Rector street.
The customs officials have a sixteen -
foot vnwl boat, the proporty of the
government, which they have been
authorized to sell at public auction.
The wale will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 8 o'clock at Van Pelt's
club house.
Tonight in the lecture room of
Simpson M. E. church, the )toung
Men's Forum will hold the final meat
ing of the season. An entertaining
program has been arranged.
Headaches Quiekly
__________ after taking our
Celebrated lleadaohe Powders ? Safe and
reliable? 3 doses for lOo ? Try them.
Parisen's Prescription Pharmacy.
The Lincoln 'Hose Company failed
to respond to the alarm of Are turned
in from box 83 Saturday afternoon be
cause there were no horses available
at Liddle & Pfeiffer's stables to take
their truck to the fire. The lire was
discovered in a bed in the home of
Nels Johnson at 281 Washington
street. It was quickly extinguished,
almost before the Protection Hook A
Ladder Company reached the house.
Since the fire, however, many per
sons have taken the trouble to oriti
cise the action or rather .inaction on
the part of the Lincoln Hose Com
pany. A News reporter learned from
Fire Chief Comings that the Linooln
Hose Company have orders to wait
for horses before going to a fire iu
every case except box 86. Several
members of the company were at the
house ready to go to the fire, but not
even one horse was in the stable and
Mr. Pfeiffer could not get one any
where. When asked why the members
did not pull the truok to the fire
Chief Comings said there was no
attachment by which they conld poll
The Lincolns are supposed to answer
every alarm. With this fact in view
Chief Comings requested the Board of
Aldermen to give this company a team
of horses in making up their new
schedule, bnt they said it was cheaper
to hire the horses from the livery
stable close by. Chief Comings says
he called attention to the fact that
horses might be all out some time bnt
the board is quoted as saying that
was very improbable. The tAnnbers
of Linooln Hose feel se~? bedTje the
< oaigk r Q4pnB
new company to be organize?253k that
part of the city commonly calteif1
"Dublin," is to have a horse and
they are not.
Mayor Seaman was asked for his
opinion of the Lincoln's failure to
respond and he said he bad heard of
it, bnt was not familiar enough with
the circumstances to make any
The butchers clerks have organized
a baseball team. They wonld like to
meet a team oomposed of either dry
goods or grocery olerks. Send chal
lenge to Michael Belafsky, Smith
street, Perth Amboy.
Good Citizen's League Tonight
The Good Citizens' League will
hold a meeting in the Baptist chapel
at 8 o'clock tonight. Important busi
ness, including election of officers,
will be transacted.
STOP 500N. f\ /
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The forecast received at the local Signal
Station is for fair cloudy weather. I
Real estate ! Real estate ! Read
he bargains in special column on
page 3.
8. J. MASON,
43 Smith Street.

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