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1 POLITICAL PARTIES
NAME CANDIDATES FOR LOCAL TICKET. In Accordance with the New^rimary Law all Names Had to be Filed with City Clerk by Midnight Last Night-Clerk Riel ley had Busy Time—Contests in Some Wards—These Must be Set ^ tied in The Primaries. ^ _j_ | In compliance with the new prim ary law the time for presenting petitions for names for the ward nom inations and delegates to conventions expired at midnight last night. City Clerk Rielley had a busy time of it and is still hard at work. There is but one contest in the ward nominations and this is between George J. Haney and John Hanson for freeholder on the Republican ticket. This will have to be settled by the Republicans at their primary. The names for the local offices are as follows: Firts ward, for freeholder, George J. Haney and John Hanson, for the Republicans aud John G. Garretson for the Democrats. Second ward, for freeholder, William Howley,R; against James M. | Glenn, D: fur aldermen, William ^ Stacey, R; against H. C Rielley, D; for school commissioner, Joseph Crowell, R, against F. W. Kitchel, k D. A Third ward, for freeholder, L. C. B| Brown, R, againBt Peter A. Johansen, ■ D HJ Fourth ward, for freeholder, Mar ? tin Hanson, R, against August Kroe ger, D; for alderman William Fuller ton, R., against Henry Toft, D. Fifth ward, for freeholder, Iia R. Cronse, K, againts Micliaei Draper. D. Sixth ward, for freeholder, Jens K. Jensen, R, against Patrick Campbell. D; for aldeman Steve Shultz, R, against John D. Reardon D,; for school commissioner,Nels Peterson R, against F. S. Urbanski, D. WORK ON FOUNDATION IS ABOUT COMPLETED. r t ^ Carpenters would Have Com menced Monday if Storm had not Interferred ( The work on the foundation for the M synagogue of the First Perth Amboy i || Hebrew Mutual Aid Society, which iis being built on Madison avenue, is lnow nearly finished . The rain today land yesterday delayed the work for vthe masons would have finished all of it and the carpenters could have commenced Mondav morning. If the weather permits, the masons will , finish by Monday and the carpenters will start on Tuesday. The work will be rushed as much as possible. * WL MAKING REPAIRS. The Central Railroad has a number laborers at work, making repairs Ifto the crossing at Market * street. They will also masej repairs at the freight station. SEXTON’S PUZZLE. This picture repr s°nts the name of 'a former president or vice-president of the United States. Can you guess it? The solution to yesterday’s puzzle was Washington. ” The winner of yesterday’s’ prize was Bennie Goldman, 26 H.all Ave., Perth Amboy. DUPLICATES TO BE TAKEN UP TONIGHT. Aldermen to Take Action on the Valuation as Fixed by the Assessors. TIME LIMIT EXPIRES. The Board of Aldermen meet to night to take action upon the tax duplicates. It is probable they will accept the valuations as fixed by the assessors and leave the matter to the Commissioners of Appeal. This is be cause the aldermen have not had the time to revise the list. Tliev ^nake no secret of the fact that they are dissatisfied with the duplicates, but realize the enormous amount ot work necessary to revise the list. The aldermen had a plan of having two men go over the duplicates which h^ve just been handed in and com pare them with the list of last year. Where valuations have been chang ed, a note is made on a separate sheet. What the outcome of this work will be remains to be seen to u^ght. The meeting promises to be a short one. LOCAL ITEMS. Gaston Hardy is going to move soon, from his present residence at the foot of Market street, to Staten Island. Gapt. Cornelius White is seriously ill from the effects of a cancer in his jaw, for which he was in a hospital for some time until recently. Harry and Andrew Wight. John McClymont and Garret Brodhead at tended a performance at Proctor’s 23rd street theatre last evening. Commissioner Weirup has a gang of men at work today placing fine stone in the holes in front of Hotel Central. Miss Margaret Costello, who has been visiting Madison avenue friends for a few weeks, has returned to her home in New Brighton. Staten.Island. Jacob Eyerkuss, of State street, has returned to his duties at the American Smelting & Refining Com pany’s plant, after a two week’s vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cornelius of 137 Madison avenue, are receiving the congratulations from their many friends on the arrival of a nine-pound baby bov. Colonel Pope, of bicycle fame, re cently said that the first essential to business success is “advertising;” that the second essential was “big advertising:” and the third, “bigger advertising-” Lost anything: A cent-a-word ad. in the Evening News will find it for you. NEWSBOYS WANTED—to sell Even ing News. 8-18-tf KROGirs: ■-——A N Tl S E P Tl C_ Tooth Powder “The Purest in the World” RARITAN LAUNDRY, 44 Fayette Street. HlVSIZER & LYDIARD, Props. iist-Class Work Guaranteed. TelepI^ieOo.i. i BROKE FIRE BOX; TURNED IN AN ALARM. Firemen had a Long Chase in the Rain Last Night--Made Them Angry. AFTER THE” ROGUE. If the One Who did the Trick Should be Caught, it is Promised that Things would Go Hard with Him—Door of the Box was Smashed—Seemed to Play with Alarm—Several Taps Followed. It was a false alarm of fire that was sounded from box 84, Lehigh ave nue and Stanford street; about 8.45 o’clock last night. The box had been broken open by someone and the fire men rushed through the rain for nothing. When the alarm was first sounded the firemen had their apparatus out and while on their way to the sup posed fire the alarm sonued more taps. The cause of the trouble was easily seen upon reaching the box. The whole door had been broken. The frrnmnn ovnfoccod f linif nninnn t\P f rogua pretty freely and it would have gone hard witn the person if he had been caught at that time. This is the first occasion of this kind that has occurred in Perth Am boy, since the fire alarm boxes were installed. An effort will be made to find the culprit who did the trick. MUST BRING HER COOSE TO COURT. Woman Charged with Theft—Re corder Wants all the Evidence Had Wings Cut. A case which gives promise of an amusing scene in court will come up Monday morning before Recorder Fickersgill. Mrs. Stanislavski,of 52 Penn street, charges Mrs. Sapolinksi, of 41 Eliza beth street, with the theft of a gray goose, with wings cut and no feathers. The case was first brought to the at tention of the police yesterday morn ing when the alleged theft was re ported. Patrolman Meshrow was sent to investigate the matter and tins morning a warrant was put into his hands for Mrs. Sapolinski as defend ant and for the goose as evidence. It is reported that the goose will give some important testimony in the case, but that remains to be seen Monday morning. CHURCH NOTICES. Simpson M. E. Devotional Meeting, 9.30 a. m. ; Preaching, 10.30 a. m., subject “The Evangel’s Testimony of Christ j Through His Works.” Mr. C. W. j Wallace, of New York City, tenor | professional soloist, will sing “Be yond the Gates of Paradise.” Sun day School 2.30 p. m. At 7.45 a sDecial story sermon entitled “The knnou'nv Rnv ’’ A rloonrintinn nt’ « young fellow at the age of seventeen, who last March ran away from lus home, and met a sad end at New Haven, Ind., during Mr. Jackson’s visit there. Mr. Jackson personally brought the message to his broken hearted mother at Bridgeport, Conn., who advised him to tell the story ol her poor boy to other boys. Swedish Lutheran. Rev. Conrad Peterson, from Arling ton, will preach in Our Saviours Dan ish Lutheran church on State street, in the Swedish language tomorrow afternoon at 3.30. All Swedish Luth erans invited. A mission meeting will be held on the 8th of September at 8 o'clock in the evening. CHARLES PETERSON. BACCACE EXPRESS. Orders left at Wex^on’s Pharmacy, 70 Smith Street, receive prompt attention. Telephone til f P . NYC REEN, Successor to L. Albert & Co. ...Photographic Studio.. Everything in Portrait, Landscape * and Interior Photography. Building. Perth Amboy, N. J. CARNIVAL WILL DRAW BIG CROWD. Funds Are Within a Few Dollars of $700 and Will Easily Pass that Amount. PARDEE SENDS LIST. Employes of the Big Plant Sends $60 for the Fund—Committee Meets Tonight and all Lists are Wanted—Will Try to Complete Arrangements—Posters have been Distributed. /_ The carovial fund is now within a few dolldA's of $700 and should easily reach tme mark prophesied in the News yesterday, $750. The C. Pardee Works employees sent their subscript ions $60 in all, which make a hand some addition. Tonight at 8 o’clock is the meeting of the carnival committee in the Raritan Yacht Club house. It is hoped that all subscriptions will be in hv Hmp anil npnrlv nc possible, nil arrangements will be made. Everything thus tar has been progressing nicely. For the past few weeks the principal thing has been the collection of funds and everyone has responded liberally so that a handsome sum is assured. Several lists which are known to have from $25 ti $35 subscribed have not yet been turned in. Following is the list to date: Previously acknowledged.$618.67 Employes O. Pardee Works.60.00 Harry 0. Bishop.5.00 Adrian Lyon..5.00 George J. Haney. $5.00 Total.$693.67 BIC reaF estate DEAL CQNSUMATED. Ahrens Property. Consisting of Thirteen Building Lots, Sold to Mary B. Snyder The Ahrens property, consisting of thirteen building lots at Brighton and Madison aveuues and Paterson street has been sold, through Nielson Bros., to Mary B. Snyder, of this city. The property 1ms been owned by the Ahrens people a number of years and is part of the Middlesex Land Com pany property. The lots will be in the market and sold under restrictions for a better class of dwellings. POLICE COURT NEWS. Mary Znba made a complaint of disorderly conduct in the police court this morning against Mike Okvmpko, who boards with her. He whs fined $5. Charles McCarthy this morning in the police court, was sentenced to thirty days in the county jail. He was arrested by Patrolman Michael Burke, who made a charge of drunk and disorderly against him. It took fonr men to bring McCarthy in last night. Hans Hausen was fined $5 by the the recorder this morning on a charge of disorderly conduct referred by Fred Janny, who alleged that Hansen last night. Hansen conld not re member a single thing in court this morning. James Gleason, who as told in the News yesterday, was brought in drunk and disorderly, the right be fore, was released by the recorder this morning. Gleason was upon a similar charge a few weeks ago and received sixty days. He is a Civil War veteran, however, and the New Brunswick G. A R.. post secured his release after he was sent to jail. He promised never to come to Perth Am boy again and said he would go back to the soldiers home at Davtou O. as soon as possible. He left there Bome time ago. f BLUE POINT OYSTERS -AND ^SOFT SHELL CRABS i WORRELL'S, - 46 Smith St. WOODMEN OF WORLD MAKING PLANS FOR GREA T FIELD DA Y. Camps from all Cities in Northern New Jersey will be Represented at Big Outing at Boynton Beach next Wednesday—Athletic Events Planned and Prizes will be Awarded.-Sovereign Com. mander from Nebraska will be Present to Give an Address. WAS FOUND BY ROADSIDE BADLY HURT. Milkman Found Mr. Clausen in Serious Condition—Was Taken to Hospral. accidentTniystery. Jacob Wurgler was going along the Metuchen road about 5 o’clock yester day afternoon driving his milk wagon, when suddenly he came across James Clausen lying unconscious in the road with his face bleeding and with his blanket wrapped about him. Wnrglur dirt not see Clausens wagon, but bundled the injured man into his own wagon and took him to the hos pital where his wounds were dressed and he went home. The cause of the accident is not known. VESSELS REMAIN IN PORT DURINC STORM. High Tide and East Wind —Dredger Comes in from the Bay—Oyster men Forced to Stop The storm yesterday and today is being felt mcnh more heavily on the water than on land. The bay is verv rough and an unusually high tide was noticed at noon, the surface o tlief water being within a few iuclies of the top of the steamboat dock on both days. Several oystermen were all ready to start out yesterday morning but were deterred by the bad weathei and have not been able to go out yet* The large dredge which lias been out in the bay, was forced to come in yesterday morning, and now lies a short distance off the steamboat dock. There is a brisk easterly wind blow ing which has lowered the temperature'' considerably. TO PLAY IN MUSIC HALL. Charles K. Champlin, with an en tire new company, is booked to ap pear in Music Hall all next week ex cept Tuesday night. Mr. Champlin says he is better able to please the public than ever before. In describing his attraction, he says the plays are all new, scenery new and the special ties the best that can be gotten to gether. Monday night the comedy jraina. me u ps ana uownsoi u-iie will be produced. NEW DRINK ORANGE RICKEY UU Cooling and Refreshing—Everyone Likes It. Parisen’s Prescription Pharmacy. Stay With Us Eleven Years and Own Your Home Interest on $1,000 borrowed from an individul at 5 per cent, for eleven > ears. $550 Principal to be repaid at end of eleven years. 1.000 -$1,550 0C 1'otal amount paid the Citizens Build ing and Loan Ass'n on $i 000* bor rowed , n weekly payments of $2.10 each. $1,430 00 __ $120 00 JOIN I’H ANYTIME. Don’t have to Wait for a Series to Open. LOANS .M ADE PROMPTLY. CITIZENS BUILDING & LOAN ASS’N, 101 High Street, Office always open. r Wednesday September 2 will be a great day for the Woodmen of the i World, district of New Jersey. They will hold a great field day at Boyn ton Beach. Woodmen from Newark, Jersey City, Elizabeth, Plainfield Railway, South Amboy, Sayreville, Matawan, Red Bank. Perth Amboy and representatives from many other cities will be Dresent. It is said it will be the largest gathering of lodge men ever held iu this vicinity. The committee who are in charge of all arrangemnets report that they are making ratiid progress. The affair will be in direct charge of the committee who will do all in their power to make it a great success. Sovereign Commander J. G. Roob, of Omaha, Neb., will deliver an address in the afternoon, on the merits of woodcrafr. In the morning the Woodmen will have time for bathing and other amusements. At noon a grand (tinner will be served. In the afternoon, besides the address athletic events of all binds will tabe place. Dancing will be a great feature. In the sporting events two will be awarded to the win each contest. The entries are o all. The crowd will have the most fi when a game is played between Per Amboy Camp No. 19 and Myrtle Camp No. 5 of Elizabeth. Dancing will be the feature of the evening. ACCUSED OF RAISIN^ - I FICI ES ON A CHECK. — Steven Detitz Placed Under $100 Bonds in Police Court This Morning. Steve Detitz was put under $100 bonds for the grand jury in the police court this morning on the charge of having raised the figures on a check from $2 to $12 by prefixing the figure 1. Detitz, it is declared, received the check for $2 from the Standard Under ground Cable Company for wages and then, it is alleged, went to David SDitzer, who claims that he cashed it for him. Zagos Mnnieri went Detitz’s bond. ' F.J. LARKIN, 357 STATE Street, will do plumbing, steam, hot water and hot air heating on monthly pay ments. CLAM BAKE Given by B. P. O. E., No. 784. A.T SEA HI* EE/E Tuesday, Sept. I. Babe served 3 to 7 p. m. TICKETS, $1.50 ' V. Station is for Continued rains and east erly winds. The maximum temperature yester day was 84 and the minimum 66.