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Judge Schenck Takes up Cases in
Which Prisoners Signed
New Brunswick, September 5 2.—
Judge Schenck yesterday took up
criminal cases. The calendar for this
term is very neatly completed and the
cases disposed of yesterday were thoso
of people who signed allegations for
immediate trial instead of waiting to
let the Grand Jury pass upon their
Emil Meyers, of New Brunswick,
pleaded guilty to stealing a couple of
bicycles and was sentenced to the Re
Cleveland Hardy and Frani C.
Meyers pleaded guilty to breaking into
a car of the Lehigh Valley Railroad
Company at Dunellen and with steal
ing cologne, soap, etc., to the value
of $200. Both were sentenced to the
Frank Miller pleaded not guilty to
oKialinrv on ‘»ni»Jn»r Vill fif'd fl.f .2f)
from a boat at Perth Amboy, and gave
a personal bond of $25 for his appear
ance when wanted.
Andrew N. McCracken, of Perth
Amboy, pleaded not guilty to highway
robbery. William Fullerton became
his bondsman for $300.
Professor J. B. Smith Addresses
Wealthy Cottagers at Sea Bright
on the Subject.
Prof. J. B. Smith, the State ento
mologist, addressed a gathering of
summer property owners on “Mos
quito Extermination” at the Club
House of the Sea Bright Lawn Tennis
and Cricket Club Grounds on Satur
day. Summer property owners were
present from Rurnson Neck, Sea
Bright and Monmouth Beach.
The Monmouth Beach Protective
Asssociation, of which Col. William
Barbour is president, and the“skeeter
committee” at Sea Bright, composed
of William A. Street, Edward D.
Adams and William E. Strong, decid
ed to unite forces in one continuous
effort t.o rid the coast of the mosquito.
■ Eugene Winship, of Monmouth
Beach, secretary of the Country Club,
who is also the sanitary inspector,
rendered a report of the temporary
work done during the summer. Mr.
Winship has sprinkled some sixty
barrels of crude oil. mostly on
meadows, between Rurnson Neck and
Little Silver with good results.
It is proposed to begin permanent
work at once. The mosquito districts
will be ditched and drained and the
work will be continued in the spring.
In a word it is the aim of the cottagers
to “keep at it” till the North Jersey
coast is “skeeterless. ”
J. Lesitsky was arrested last night
by Patrolman McDermott on a charge
of disorderly conduct. Ho was not
arraigned in court this morning. He
will probably be released before to
Money to loan on
122 Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. i
MOflEy ailMTED
If you have money to loan on
first moriRRge see
Brokers 208 Smith St.
if you are interested in good property
' low cost, call on us.
We have some tine lots on William
street for sale cheap.
Boynton Brothers.
Realty and Construction
A good business property for sale on
Smith Street, house nearly new, Store
20x44 feet, 10 large rooms, a decided
bargain, terms reasonable.
Post Office Building.
Masons and Builders,
Room 14 Seheuer Building.
pt> Evenings
Mill be Held in Methodist Church at
Metuchen September 10—
Interesting Program.
The Middlesex County Sunday school
Association wirl hold its thirtv-niuth
annual convention Thursday, Septem
ber 10 in the Methodist church at
Metuchen. There will be three
sessions, one at 10 a. m., another at
3.15 p. m. and the evening service at
1.30 o’clock. An interesting program
has been prepared.
In the morning the principal address
will'be delivered by Rev. William H.
Jackson, of Woodbridge. His subject
is “ The Teacher's Helpers. ” At the
after dinner conference there will be
discussions of various subjects. The
annual meeting of the county super
intendents, led by E. W. Barnes, of
this city, will be held.
In the afternoon will be an address
by Rev. Dr. John G. Lovell, of Long
Branch. His subject will be “Raising
the Standard of Teaching. ” A busi
ness session will also be held.
Rev. Dr. J. F. Shaw, of New
Brunswick, will give an address in
the evening on “The Purposo of the
Sunday School. ” Reports of commit
tees will also be heard and the new
officers will be introduced.
Law Passed by the Last Legislature
Prohibits Children Under Four
teen in Factories.
The Stace’s new factory laws went
into effect yesterday and from now on
boys or girls under 14 years will not
be permitted to work in industrial
The law was passed by the last
Legislature, raising from 12 to 14
years the age at which boys may De
legally employed in such occupations
as are offered them in the various
manufacturing institutions in New
Jersey. Heretofore the prohibition
age was 12 years for boys and 14 for
Resolutions of condolence tendered
by the Central Labor Union of Perth
Amboy on account of the death of
Martin Jessen, their lafe president.
Whereas, it has pleased Almighty
God to remove from our midst our
late president and brother Martin
Jessen, therefore be it
Resolved, That it is but a just
tribute to the memory of the departed
that we mourn the loss of one who
was in every way worthy of our re
spect and regard; and be it further
Resolved, That we bow iD humble
submission to the will of Him who
doetli all things well, and we deeply
regret the death of our friehd and
I.Mni.1, a,*. . 1 n«4-Alwl fll A KaHAAI'A/T
family onr sincere and heartfelt sym
pathy in their sorrow and affliction.
Arthur A. Quinn,
Jolm C. Clark,
Eugene F. Donahue,
J. K. Jensen is drawing the plans
for the two story building to be erect
ed at 152 154 Brighton avenue ny Peter
Swinson. It will be a double house,
40x40 feet.
A special service in the Simpson M.
E. church tonight preparatory to the
fall work subject, “Onr Outlook.”
sli IliimlrtHl >Iln<»rM to Work.
KANSAS (MTV. Mo.. Sept. 2.-Six
hundred coal miners In the Noringer
district in northwestern Missouri re
fused to go to work, violating the agree
ment made between the operators and
John Mitchell, national president of
the ('niter! Mine Workers, at Chicago
last week that the men remain at work
until Sept. 10, ilie date of the meeting
of the Kansas City conference.
Labor Day Excursion.
Grand Labor Day excursion to
Mauch Chuuk and Glen Onoko via
Lehigh Valiev railroad September
7th. Special train will leave Perth
Amboy at 8.00 a. in. Adnlts $1.50 for
the round trip, children 75 cents.
Tickets for the Switchback can bo
purchased on train for 50 cents extra.
Of Interest To Many.
It is not genera'ly known that more
than one third of the deaths are from kid
ney d seases. Watch your kidneys as you
can not live without them and they can
not be replaced. Foley’s Kidney Cure
will cure any case of kidney disease that
is not beyond the reach of medicine. It
will make you well. Sold at Sexton’s
Pharmacy, 70 Smith St.
* m a | commences next week £
f [' mI I and if you have not x
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It is time to do so now. ?
Our Boys Misses’ and Children s Shoes £
win for us many friends, not only among X
the boys on account of their style and coup #
fort, but among the parents, on account of ?
their great wearing qualities. 0
- Shoes for Boys. ^
0 Also other strong made shoes for Misses' and Children's, made ^
# in Box Calf, Cadet Calf, Army Calf Every pair warranted- *
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The report of the National Union of
Great Britain states that there is a
growing extension of female labor in
departments hitherto monopolized by
men. The Executive Committee has
protested against this.
In furtherance of the proposed
domestic reforms in Russia a now law
has been promulgated governing fac
tory employes’ rights and permissions
to appoint delegates from their co
workers to present their interests in
conference with factory inspectors.
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The Russian Government has ap
proved of the establishment in St.
Petersburg ot a system of private in
struction for training persons who
wish to enter the service»of the Rus
sian railways in the capacity of clerks
traffic manager or freight agents.
The quarterly bulletin issued by the
New York State Department of Labor
shows unparalleled prosperity for the
first quarter of this year, and an in
crease in trade union membership in
that state of 357,324 in 2,365 unions.
Greater New York has 216,000 of the
Gentry Bros, famous trained animal
shows, the largest exhibition of the
kind in the world, will soon be in this
city. The Gentry Bros, performance
thisjseason has been greatly augment
ed, in addition to which, is presented
a minature Zoological display, show
ing the various hay and meat eating
animals in their infancy, an attraction
which is calculated to increase the
joys of the little folks, who are the
main patrons of Gentry Bros, famous
shows. In addition to the numerous
company of performing dogs, ponies,
monkeys and elephants, which have
always been seen with the show, an
entirely new innovation is introduced
in the presentation of a drove of per
forming Siberian camels, believed to
be the omy ones ever educated either
in this or foreign lands. The many
resources of Gentry Bros, combined
exhibitions will ho properly indexed
and displayed in the combined street
parades, which will be given on the
morning of the date of exhibition,
which is Friday, September 4.
A rnmornne Pvno imont
It is dangerous to experiment with some
unknown preparation when you tiave a
cough or cold. Fo'ey’s Honey and Tar
will cure you and prevent pneumonia and
consumption. Contains no opiates and is
guaranteed to give satisfaction. Refuse
substitutes. Sold at Sexton’s Pharmacy
70 Smith Sr.
KiitvIno«*r Lkciin Killed.
CIIAKLOTTK, X. (\. S(»pt. 2. Etigl
ii(»or H. \V. Liu*;is Wiis killed ,md Fire
mail .1. \V. Stafford was fatally scalded
by an accident on tin' .Norfolk and
Western near Winston Salem. The ac
cident was caused b.v several cars
breaking from a freight train and run
ning back down the grade into the
train handled by the injured men.
Vi ill Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herron of Finch, Ark., writes
“Foley’s Iloney and Tar is the best pre
paration for coughs,coIcIh and lung troub
le. I know that it has cured consumption
in the first stages.” it stops the cough,
soothes and heals the inflamed mem
branesl in the throat, and lungs and pre
vents ierious lung trouble. It is guar
anteedlfor all throat and lung diseased.
Refusi substitutes. Sold at Sexton’s
I Summer Shirt I
1 —Waists— 1
I Must be Sold j
I Every Shirt Waist in the 1
Stock must go at some ||
prce. B
1.25 WAIST 00g |
11.69 WAIST 00g I
2.49 WAIST j 25 |
I Philip Levine. J
351 State Street |
Near Fayette St. g)
Secretary Hoot will lie tile guest of
Lord Roberts. Chief Justice Alverstone
and Mr. Brodriok in London.
A private view has been given at
Berlin of an invention that is said to
produce a speaking photograph.
Germany's exhibit at the St. Louis
exposition is taking form. It is said
that it will be a notable one.
Three men. one of whom was the su
perintendent of I he city water depart
ment. were killed in a Milwaukee
sewer by a sudden rush of gas.
% Sept. 4
America’s Leading
Tented Amusement
The highest class exhibition of
its kind in the world.
Two complete performances daily
at 1 and 8 p. m.
Hundreds of pretty Shetland Ponies
Twice as many Canine Actors
Scores of Comical Monkeys
Herd of Baby Elephants
Drove of Lilliputian Camels
Grand Free Street Parade
—AT 10 A. M.—
50 Glittering Miniature Tableaux
Wagons, Cages and Dens J
HAHNE& 00.° |
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Store open Saturday nights -Compare our pri-ses with those advertised by
New York stores aud you wWI always find ours as low and in
many cases Icwer than theirs.
■ i ———————
Annual Sale of School Supplies
of intense Interest to Parents and Children.
BUT a few fleeting hours and then “back to'school” wiil be
the cry. Before then hundreds of children will require
clothing, shoes, hats, stockings, neckwear and myriads of other
things for personal wear and adoritfnent that will make sharp de
mands upon the parental purse. We have planned, however, to
help y<5u save. Nc matter what your needs may prove to be,
either great or small, you’ll find us ready to. serve you with
prompt and satisfactory attention, and careful parents who are
looking to economize will find much of interest in the following /\
price story. First and foremost comes the SALE OF SCHOOL
STATIONERY. Judging from the rapid selling and pleased ex
pressions of our little school friends who have flocked here by the
hundreds during the past week, this great yearly event is des
tined to outstrip all previous efforts.
Writing Ink—2 oz. bottles Car
ters or David’s, none better. |a
School Sale price.
Slate Pencils—With fancy pa
per covering. School Sale I a
price.16 for **
Composition Books—Good
quality paper. School Sale |a
Small Memo Pads—Good I a
paper. School sale price, 4 for ■*
Hardwood Bulers-12 in., good
clear markings. School sale I a
price.2 for **
Pencil Boxes—Fancy cover,
with lock and key. School I a
sale price. **
Lead Pencils—With rubber
tips, good lead. School sale |a
price, 3 for...
Mucilage—2 - oz. bottles, 1
best quality. School,sale price MJ
Pencil Tablets—Great big 9 a
ones. School sale price....
White Chalk—1 pieces 4*
in box. School sale price..
Compass and Dividers—with
box of leads. School sale 19a
price. IfcU
Composition Books—15 differ
ent kinds to select from, board
and press board covers. E«
School Sale price.
Foxy Grandpa Composition
Books—Good paper, 62 and 96
leaves. School sale price ()«
5c and.
Boys’ School Bags—Large va
riety, good shoulder straps, pock
ets, etc. School sale prices 9|m
range from $1.69 to.fclw
Girls’ School Bags—Splendid
assortment of cloth, rubber and
felt. School sale prices from CA
75c to.
Pencil Boxes—With fancy
cover, highly finished, lock Jj« j
and key. School sale price W
Pencil T ablets—Over 17 5 good J
sheets of good paper. School C« J
sale price.4
Automatic Pencils—with box '
of black lead refills. School A«
sale price.
Penholde'S—Polished wood
handles, assorted colors with 4*
steel pens. School sale price
School Pe Cil8—With com
pass, the good kind. School
sale price.
Lead Pencils—Large variety
and grades, made by E. Faber
and Eagle Pencil Co. 91 m
School sale price. ™
Book Slates—With two 4*
folds. School sale price...
Hahne Si Go. Newark Hahne & Go.
Money to loan
Perth Amboy Loan
Branch of New Brunswick Loan Co.
Room 15 Scbeuer Building;
Cor. Smith Street and a u ■
New Brunswick Ave , rOTm AlflDOy, IN. I.
Hours: 8 a. m. till 6 p. m.
P. 8.—If you cannot call, drop us a line,
and upon receipt of same our represent
ative will call at your house and ex
plain terms, etc.
No Charoe Unless Loan Is Made.
Summer rn.MLD¥?L ,
tt . CHAMPLAIN and
Homes in THE green
Vermont mountains
Illustrated Book with complete list ,
of Hotels and Boarding Houses.
Board $4.00 per week and upward.
Mailed for 4c. postage.
Improved Service—Parlor and
Sleeping Cars between Grand
Central Station, New York, and , Jk
Vermont without change. ^
C. V. Ry., 385 Broadway, N. V.
The Evening News makes a special
ty of real estate.
Backus Gas and Gasolene Engines I
Cheapest Power Known for Driving I ;
All Kinds of Machinery. IJ
I Send for particulars to
NEWARK, N. J„ U. S. A.

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