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PERTH AMBOY EVENING NEWS.
VOL.11 NO. 285 PERTH AMBOY, N. J., FRIDAY, JULY 3 1903 SECOND EDITION POWER BOATS WILL RACE FOR PRIZES . ( /_ Unusual Interest Displayed in the Contest on the Bay Tomorrow Af-\ ternoon? Yacht Club Course Described and Complete List of Entries?Handsome Prizes now on Exhibition. The entries for the mwer boat race to be held tomorrow afternoon under the auspices of thp Raritan Yacht Club, have all been received by Com modore Evans. In all there are thirty entries. The four prizes which ?re to be awarded are now on exhibition in Sexton's drug store window. The first prize is a handsome binnacle, an instrument which has never been offered heretofore by any olub in this vicinity. The sec#nd prize is a com bination head light, the third prize is an electric hand lamp, whioh is used to locate troable about a power boat engine. Tne fourth prize, whioh will be awarded to the last boat, is a box of Huyler'B oandy, given by 0. A. Sexton. Commodore Evans, who has been working early and late for the success of the race, is delighted with the way things have turned out. All the boats must be ready to start at 1 o'clock. Mr. Acker's boat, the "Go To," has been selected as the judee's boat and will be occupied by Mayor Seaman. The two referees, Conrad Hall and Nat Pierce, will select a third referee tonight. Jacob Hanson's boat, the "Pastime," will be the stake boat. Lee Stranb has consented to act as official measurer. The regular yacht club course over which the race will be sailed is ten miles. From the stake boat off the yacht clnb house the races will round a stake boat at South &mboy, thence around the buo^ east of the light house, thence to the starting point and then back over the course just taken, to the buoy and South Amboy stake boat thence to starting point, then around the light house to the finish. Following is the complete entry: Boat. Owner. City. Mazie Schantz & Eokert P. A. Three Brothers Kress Bro. P. A. Wilhelm W. F. Hartman P. A. Ki Ki W. Chamber Staten Island Web G. V. Evans Perth Amboy Ruth Capt. W. W. Sofield P. A. Go Do T. Johnson Perth Amboy Kismet W. A. Belcher Perth Amboy Pastime J. Hanson Perth Amboy Anna W. Achenberg P. A. Fly J. Whitworth P. A. 18 ft. W. B. Pratt P. A. 25 ft. G. Hardy P. A. Katie B. J. Boss Tottenville 20 ft. Androvette Kreiscberville Irine Dutton Eng. Co. P. A. Herreshoff Dutton Eng. Co. P. A. Stag O. C. Weber Newark It W. F. Cole Tottenville Racquette Dr. H. M. Brace P. A. 18 ft. Dr. H. M. Brace P. A. 18 ft. Dr. H. M. Brace P. A. J Bessie Kiefer Tottenville Maggie M. Morgan Tottenville R. O. Acker Sewaren Ballard Sewaren / Estelle W. P. Luckhurst P. A. Chris Fries P. A. Eddy Sewaren Rag Time W. Hanson P. A. FINEST TABLE BOARD . .IN THIS CITY. . WORRELL'S $5.00 per week. 46 SMITH STREET. A PRETTY WEDDINC IN HOBART STREET. ? * Miss Susie Buchanan the Bride of Ulysses Garretson? On Wed ding Tour. Miss Susie Buchanan, of Hobart street, and Ulysses Garretson were married at 5 o'clock yesterday after noon at the bride's home by the Rev. J. L, Lancaster, pastoi of St. Peter's church. The bride, who ie very popu lar in this city, was dressed in a white organdie and carried white bridal roses. Mrs. Emil Frey, a sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She was attired in a beautiful dress of lavender satip foulard. Emil Frcy, was best man. Miss Susie Frey, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frev, was flower girl. She was dressed in while and carried a basket of beautifnl white flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Garretson left last night for Ulysses, Pa., where thev will spend about two weeks, when they will return to Perth Am boy to live. Mr. Garretson is a terra cotta presser by trade and was until recent , lv employed at the Atlantic Terra Cotta Works, of Tottenvilie. MISS McCGRMICK'S RECITAL. Pupils Close Profitable Year for thl Sum mer?Pleasing Program. The pupils of Miss Madeline Mc Cormick gave a reoital at her hone on High street yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. This musical was the climax of a season whioh has been most enjoyable and profitable and the numbers were all rendered in notice ably fine style. Several of the pupils had places on the program and the afternoon passed very pleasantly. The program follows: Hunting Song, Gnrlitt, by Misses H. Bartkovisk and Grace MoCormick ; Farewell to the Piano, Beethoven, Miss Olara Hardiman ; Melody in F. , Rubenstein, Master M. Urbanski; Heather Rose, Lange, Miss E. Martin ; An Matin, Goddard, Miss Grace Mc Oormiok ; My Dreams, Tosti, Miss Anna MoOormick Real Estate advertising in the Even ing News brings results. Cooling and Refreshing? Everyone Likes It. Parisen's Prescription Pharmacy. NOTICE. The retail liquor dealers Associa tion will meet at 2.30 JP. M. Tuesday July 7th at the Strieker Building 138 Smith Street instead of City Hall. AaaahiiIa of Merchants, Manufacturers, Corporations AbCuUfllS and Individuals Solicited ? INTEREST PAID ON [ 2 per cent, on $ 500 or over DAILY BALANCES } 3 per cent, on $1,000 or over Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent at Low Rates LIBERAL POLICY THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 110 SMITH STBEET, , PERTH AM BOY, X. J. Capital | Profits | Peposits .$1,000,000 HAMILTON K. K JtAN Pb?bio?nt HARBYICONAKD CAMia I? Z? D?s at City Pharmacy ..OUUAO.. 160 SMITH ST. NO INQUEST TO BE HELD BY OORONER. County Physician Says Hemorr hages were the Direct Cause of Death of Filmore. LOESER MAYBE BAILED. Spent Last Night in New Prunswick? Aa topsy Made and Cause of Death Deter mined? Loeser Feels Confident he will be Vindicited? Sad Affair at Maurer? Man was Pushed from Step. County Physician Carroll last night performed the an topsy on the body of John Filmore, who died under myster ious circumstances at Maurer Wednes day night. He found that the imme diate cause of death was a hemorrhage on both sides of the brain, and con cluded that it would not be necessary for Coroner Henry to hold an inquest, so that will be omitted. As told in the News yesterday, John Filmore, an Englishman, about fifty years old, was taken in by George Loeser Sr , about a month ago to work about the Excelsior Hotel and grove, of which he is proprietor. The fel low, it is said, was addicted to drink. Wednesday night, it aDpears, Filmore was drunk, and created a disturbance about the place. About midnight he made an attempt to ascend the steps of the porch, when George Loeser Jr. the manager of the hotel, pushed him, i according to his own testimony, from* the bottom step to the ground, wheq death resulted. When h^saw that the man was dead Loeser quickly came to Police Head quarters and told of the occurrence, and two 9$cert were at once sent to Maurer. Loeser was taken into cus tody. Lawyer Joseph E. Strieker is his connsel. Loeser was taken to New Brunswick and is still in the custody of Sheriff Carman. It is expected that he will be released on bail within a short time. TEMPERATURE YESTERDAY. According to the local weather ob server, on Jnly 1st the highest mark reached in the temperature was ninety one, and the lowest seventy-one, yes terday the maximum was ninety-three and the minimum seventy-four. F.J. LARKIN, 857 STATE Street, will do plumbing, steam, hot water and hot air heating on monthly pay ments. THE PERTH AMBOY SAVINGS INSTITUTION BANKING HOURS: SATURDAY 9 to 13. OTHER DAYS 9 to 3. MONDAY and SATURDAY EVEN INGS 7 to 8. Holidays excepted. * BOYNTON BEACH. Steamer H- C. ELLIS will run on July 4th, the following schedule: South Amboy? Borough Dock at 10, 11:30, A. M. I, 2:30, 4, 6:30, 8 P. M. Perth Amboy? Steamboat Dock, 10 minutes later, Tottenville 20 min. later than So. Amboy schedule. Round Trip Tickets. feo. Amboy 20cts. Tottenville & Perth Amboy 15cts. Last Trip from Boynton Beach 12 P. M. LAWYERS WERE HIS GUESTS. Steven Somogyi Recently Add mitted to the Bar of New Jersey. PLEASING SPEECHES. .. i Many Were Present and the Host was Con gratulated upon His Success- Excel lent Dinner Served? Mr. Somogyi Res ponded in Pleasing Manner Thanking all for Best Wishes. Stephen F. Somogyi, of this city, a recent graduate of the New York law school, and who has successfully passed the examination at Trenton for admittance to the bar of New Jersey, entertained the lawyers of this citv and some of his friends at nis home in Johnstone street, last night. There were about forty guests present and the evening was Dassed pleasantly. Mr. Somogyi was warmly congratulated noon bis success. A dinner was served and speeches were made by Captain James Parker, Judge Adrian Loyn, Joseph E. Striek er, James S. Wight and Thomas Thiokstun. A speech was then de manded from Mr. Somogyi. He re sponded in a pleasing address, thank ing the lawyers for their best wisheB and good fellowship. He made espec ial referenoo to the interest taken in his welfare by Mr. Strieker in whose office he studied and where he now has his desk. During the evening the Dominant Society, of which Mr. Somogzyi is a member, furnished musio. It was early this morning when the guests departed. NOTICE The retail liquor dealers Associa tion will meet at 2.30 P- M. Tuesday July 7th at the Strieker Building 138 Smith Street instead of City llall. Perth Amboy Trust Co. Temporary Office 93 SMITH STREET, PERTH AMBOY, N. J. This Company receives Special Depoits of $1.00 and Over on which INTERESTJS ALLOWED AT RATE OF 3 Per cent Per annum on all sums from $5.00 up Amounts deposited in this department up to July 10th will draw interest'from July 1st. Customers are requested to present their Deposit books at the Perth Amboy Trust Company on or after July 10th for the purpose of having interest credited for the six months ending June 30th, 1903. Perth Amboy Trust Company SuSptui ; - - $571 248 14 deposits) ? IjfcWil1! This Company transacts a General Banking Business And is a Legal Depository For Tru" City Funds Interest allowed on Regular Check Accounts at following rates: 3 per cynt on Daily Balances of $1000 orover 2 44 " " $100 " Accounts of Corporations, Manufacturers, Merchants and Individuals solicited. PROMINENT CITIZENS MEET THE GENERAL. Reception Committee Chosen at the Meeting Last Night? Will Go to Tottenville to Escort the Visitor Across the Sound? Streets Through Which Carraige Will Pass. SURPRISE AT FORDS. Mrs.John Wailoff Suddenly Became Hos tess. Party Entertained on Lawn. Mrs. John Wailoff, of Fords, was agreeably surprised yesterday after noon when a camber of her Perth Amboy friends called at her home in a body, and announced that they nad cotne to spend the evening. Mrs. Wailoff soon had tables and benches ont on the lawn where ice cream and cake were served to the guests. The crowd stayed nntil late last night, returning home on a special trolley car. ? Those present were Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Retzemser, Miss Freda Retzemser, Miss Alice Vider strom, Mrs. Viderstrom, of Gordon street, Mrs. Viderstrom, of Market street, Mrs. Neilson, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Larson, Mrs. Frederickson, Mrs. Bardrnm, Mrs. Hugstrum and daugh tre, Mrs. Madson, Mrs. Nigreen, Miss M. Bardrnm, Mrs. Valine and Mis? Freda Ferderickson. LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. Raymond Roberts, a former resident ^f this city, now of New York, is visiting in town. Miss Jnlia Hnghes, formerly of Ferth Amboy, is spending a few days with her sister, "Mrs. Joseph Loder, on Kearny avenue. Miss Louise Ramsay, of High street, leaves today for Port Chester, N. Y. , for a visit with friends. The sailing party on the Marianna have chosen Ulmer Park as the desti nation of their sail tomorrow. Mr. William P. Patterson is spend ing the summer as foreman with the Perth Amboy Shipbuilding and En gineering Company. James Vonrhees, of Jersey City, was a welcome visitor last night at the Po Ainbo wigwam, where he took ia the adoption of palefaces. At the meeting of citizens last even ing in the parlors of the Presbyterian chnrch, final arrangements were made for the reception to Major General Chaffee tonight. When he arrives at Tottenville shortly after 6 o'clock this evening, he will be met by the reception committee, which consists of Mayor Seaman, W. A. Belcher, President of the Chamber of Com merce; Adam Eckert, Alderman-at Large; Ex-Mayors Edward- W. Barnes and James Crowney; Sonth R. Far rington. President of the Hospital Board ; Dr. Francis W. Kitchel, Presi dent of the Library Board ; Samuel G. Garretson, Commandant of Major Dandy Post, G. A. R. , and Assembly man Gannon. When the General reaches this side he will be driven abont the city, as told yesterday, the ronte of the pro cession being as follows : Smith street to Madison avenne, to Jefferson, to Park, to Broad, to Division, to Fay ette, to High, to Water, to Gordon, to High, to Smith streets. ihe program of the exercises in the chnrch this evening is fonnd below: Overture by orchestra and organ. Cadet Drill in Commandments and Flag Exercise. Service Calls by Trumpeter D. Mo Bride 8th Infantry. Cadet Drill in Manual of Arms. Chorns by young ladies. Flag Drill by young ladies. Chorus by young ladies. Cadet Drill in marchine. Service Calls by Trumpeter Mo Bride. Cadet Drill in calisthenics. Overture bv orchestra and Aridi-ess by Major Geaer Chaffee. "America," by audience. There is a general display of flags today and the entire city is ready for creating the distinguished visitor. BUILDING TRADES ASS'N. There will be a regular meeliig of the Building Trades Association to night at Dana Hall. Imuortant busi ness will be transacted and a full attendance is requested. BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL. All members of the Building Trades Council are hereby notified to meet tonight at the hall, 188 Smith street, at 8 o'clock. rhe best sewing machines are sold at Peder Olson's, 86 Smith street. 6-9 to 7-e.o.d. ? adv. WEATHER. The forecast received at the local Signal Station is fcr generally fair and cooler. HIGH TIDE. ?June 30 J'lyl 2 a. in 12.25 1-25 p. in. 12.12 1.12 2.14 July 3 4 5 a. in. 2.2S 3.34 4.36 p. in. 3.14 4 11 5 04 J HCE CREAM Strawberry, Chocolate ....30 cents a QUART. 15 eents a PINT.... , #and Vanllla 1 lavors SEXTON'S DRUG STORE 70-T2 SMITH STREET S \ i / ?