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I f TO PROTECT THE FISH.
* Laws to be Introduced In the Legislature this Winter. //The Essex Game ami Fish Protec tive association has decided to have three bills introduced at the coming ■ session of the State legislature. Two of the bills aro aimed at the pound fishing industry. One will uinse fish ing with nets having a "mesh smaller • 'than five inches, illegal. At present the ocean fisherman uso a one and a half inch mesh exclusively. The sportsmen of this State contend that millions of young game fish arc thnB destroyed each week and that blue fishing along the Jersey coats lias, be cause of this fact, become a thing of the past. l The second bill is to prohibit all | net fishing in New Jersey ; waters, in Sandy Hook hay, Raritan bay and Staten Island sound and its tributaries from May 81 to Novomber 1 of each year. These waters, it is asserted, are now almost devoid of game fish because of the pound nets. The third hiljsrAn ask that the sale of all game •^in New Jorsoy be made illegal. It is intended to abolish the trapping of birds, squirrels and rabbits. LOCAL ITEMS. William Stramlberg, of Yonkers, visited his patents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stramlberg, yesterday. Detective Fereuson, ot the Prose cutor's office, was iu town yesterday. Mr. Quentin Keasboy, of Montclair, is visiting his cousin, Edward Keas bey, of High stroct. John Bernard, of 37 Jefferson street, spent Thursday with his brother, David W. Bernard, of the lb ..1 States transport Sumner. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Hnlts and fam ily, of High street, have returned to their home, after visiting the doctor's mother, Mrs. John Hults, of P.aius boro. Mrs. H. Lund, of Jefferson street, is visiting friends in Plainfield. Mrs. John Williams, of Ohnrlotte town, has returned to her home after visiting her son. Hudson Clark Will iams, of 299 Jefferson street. Mr. and Mrs. William Hall, of this city, but now of New York, is visit ing their father, of Jefferson street. Miss Bessie McLaughlin, of New York, is visiting her mother for a few l days. A Mrs. A. Mather, of East avonue, is ^ nntrnitnjnmg tomiflrp, Muol^ onbacker, of Brooklyn. Mrs. Chris Williams Wilkens, of Brooklyn, has returned to her home after a pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. A. Mather, of East avonue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, of *13 Commerce street, have returned homo after visiting in Brooklyn. Mrs. James Rankin, who has been seriously ill at her home on Jefferson streot, iB improving. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Williams, of Madison avenue,rare visiting friends in Long Island City. Mrs. William Snyder and sons Hnrry and Raymond, of 175 Madison avenue, leave today for Easton, where they V will remain for n week. ( Simpson M. E. Ealjrly dovotional meeting 9.80; / Preaching 10.30, by Rev. Dr. John Krauts, one of the most capable mrs in the Methodist denomina Suuriay school 2.30; Ehiworth o prayer and praise surviae 6.80. preaching by pastor, snlhject, Mammon’s Message, from Gold to , jod. ” Tho first Sunday in Decemb' Macedonian, son of a nobleman, speak. Ho has been through fonr leges and is a graduate physician, will talk on liis conversion and people and customs of Macedonia, Swedish Lutheran. Rev. Prof. Carltum, trom iftsala Codege, East Oraj-gth will preach in ^)m- S^yiuw.a«*lj^anish Lutheran (dmreh in the Swedish language tomorrow afternoon at 8.30. Salvation Army. IServices will be hold in the Army hall tonight nnd all day Sunday, com mencing at 11 o’clock a. m., 3 p. in. aud 8 p. m. Subject for Sunday night “Spiritual Strength Devoured. ” All are welcome. Baptist. Rev. P. R. Ferris will preach to morrow morning from tho subject, “Christian Friendship, the Social Gate and Human Souls.’’ “God is Love,” will be the thome at the even ing service. Before the sermon lie pastor will speak about “Dance Halls aud their Evil Works.” Young People’s meeting at 0.30. A benedict ory service will be held at the closo Wof the evening worship. Bargains in real estate are to be found in the real estate column on page 3. Real Estate advertis ng n tne Even ing News brings results. I On account of PROF. STIRES the champion Whittier j| of the world, having too much Thanksgiving, he has I failed to keep his contract with us to whittle fans to- I ^ day in our show window. We therefore regret to say that we will be unable | to give away fans today as advertised, but instead will w NORTH AMBOY ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson gave a turkey dinner to a few of their friends on Thanksgiving evening. Henry Bohlke spent Thursday out of town visiting friends. Mrs. H. Hanson spent Friday ont of town. Miss Mabel Gallagher has been on the Bick list the past week. :'s. Amy Newman, of Rahway, G-ited friends at this place ihe past 1st j days. Miss Anna Bohlke, of Chauncey street, spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. Joseph Bassert, of West held. Miss Mary Culver, of New York, has been visiting friends on Wood bridge road the past week. Mr. and Mrs. B. Fleischmau enter tained a number of friends Friday. it. Ilnff lias returned from Easton, after a two week’s hunting trip. He had plenty of game. Ornish Brotherhood Ball. Tho Danish Brotherhood will hold a dance in the Grand Central Palace toulfihf—A lnfge crown is TAticiputeii and a good time is promised to all who attend. School Board Special Meeting. The Board of Education hold i special meeting lust night. Tho pnr pose was to pay the last amount doi to Ira R. Cronso, general eontracto’ for the new school. The sum wn m AAA Mark Twain'.". Cap and Bella. Mark Twain lias not yet occupied the house at Tarrytnwn which he pur chased a year and a half ago—the one Ihe aslutp village tax collector assessed at three times what he paid for it—bvt he runs up from Riverdale occasionally to look at it and see that no local Huck Finn has broken out the windows. There were no cabs at the station one hot day recently when he arrived, so he essayed to walk up the Main street hill. The Tarrytown hill is ex ceeded in steepness by the Newburg hill alone. When half way up he sat down on a stone carriage blcek to rest, holding his hat in one hand. A street piano man struck up a tune in his im mediate neighborhood, but the humor ist sat unmoved. An elderly lady hap pened along, conceived him to he the musician's helper, and dropped a penny in his hat. Mr. Twain rose and bowed solemnly, with a stately “thank you.” The lady took a backward step, ap parently vaguely suspicious that she had made a mistake. "Don’t be frightened, madam.” went on Mark. "It’s true the man doesn’t keep a string on me, hut I’m very well trained—very well trained—perfectly safe."—Satur day Evening Post. CityJewelryStore 310 State St. Opposite P 0 BUY YOUR Xmas, Present HERE We have a nice line of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Rings etc. In fact everything to be found in an up-to-date Jewelry store. Price Our Goods before buying elsewhere. All goods guaranteed as represented. City Jewelry Store A. DOREWITZ, prop. The Lehigh Will Issue Clerical Orders 1904 2 Clerical orders calling for tickets over its lino of railroad at one-half faro will be issned during tho year 1904 by tiro Lehigh Valley Railroad tho samo as in tho pnBt, such orders oeing issued to olergyiuon located at points on tho line of road. Applica tions will bo received by agents of tho company ns heretofore. 4154-11-28-1 The men who have made the largest fortunes in business are those who have been the most extensivo adver tisers Colombia ' all 385 State Street Saturday, Nov. 28 ANOTHER BIG HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE SHOW. B rtt this ar™y LO OK of talent, The Maxoris Novelty. Melrose and Elmer, Sketch Artists Susie Howard, Comedienne t —u . n~~ a . mv j-jv » mo u imi, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shaw The champion dancers Prof. Ed. Dicey, Pianist iiO Vaudeville Artists Usual Prices. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. Rotary Motion and Ball Bearings If You are Thinking About gett nt a first-class Machine liavo one sent to your house on a free trial. Teacher will ca'I and in struct on the best steel attachments made ; or call and examine at office. So d for very reasonable prices. A. JENSEN, Dealer 330 State Street I !?*% I r Mima 'iv' A SERVICEABLE WALKING SUIT. This model is designed for a service able, warm waiting sni!. It should bo made in a heavy, close-woven cloth, either in navy blue or brown, or somo mixed fabric would also look well. It is a jacket jnst to the waist, with two tucts dosvu each side of tha front and back and down each side of the sleeves. Thero is a shaped yoko across M' ,,A \\ \ the slionldcrs, tops of bIoovch mid hips. These Yokes are cut raw on the edges nud stitched on with three rows of stitching. ' The skirt is soven-gored, with a tuck down eaon seam. The slmwl collar, cuffs and belt aro made of vel* vot in a shade deeper color than tbe cloth. Tho four fancy buttons down the side fasten with Bilk loops. The skirt should be cut- in length two inches from the ground. The result of Twenty Seven years of PIANO = EXPERIENCE RICH IN TONE RESPONSIVE IN ACTION BEAUTIFUL IN CASE DESIGN SOLD AT AN HONEST PRICE. Twenty seven prosperous years means thousands of satisfied custo mers, why r.ot have your name added to the list ? Cur methods of selling permit those of moderate means to purchase a good piano on very easy terms. Our special Three Year Contract giving you three years to pay for a high grade instrument, will prove interesting to you. If you desire to examine our pianos, we will pay all expenses to and from NewYorkCity if purchase is made here. If you are think ing of purchasing a Piano, let us send you our new catalogue,which will give you all necessary information as to prices, styles, terms,etc. THE W. F. TWAY PIANO Manufacturers of High Grade Pianos. 94 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK CITY,<vne”r l4th st Evening News Classified Ads. ! I WA NTS -ONE CENT A WORD 8ITAU ATIONS WANTED-FREE No Ads. Less Than 10c. Extra Charge if Displayed. HELP WANTED WANTED—SEVERAL persons of charnotor and good reputation in ench state (one in this county requir ed) to represent and advertise old established weatlhy business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly with expenses additional, all payable in oasli direct oaoh Wed nesday from head offices. Horso and carriago furnished when necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Colouiul, Caxton Build ing, Chicago. 8802-8-18-tf SITUATION WANTED A YOUNG ALL-AROUND useful man would like position at any thing, driver preferred. A. Jorgen sen, 24 Woodbridgo road. YOUNG MAN DESIRES situation in office. Can furnish best of refer ence. Address Reliable, P. O. box 155. 511-27-4 TWO GIRLS WANT places ns wait ress and upstairs work, also a man wnnts posit on ns night watchman. Reference given, call or write. J. Shopperson, 128 Church st., Now Brunswick, N. J. ROOMS FOR RENT DESIRABLE FRONT ROOM to let with board, all modern improve ments. 98 Gordon st. 4175-11-28-2 TO LET—FIVE ROOMS, all improve ments at 226 Oak street. 4145-11-25-8 FOR RENT-FURNISHED steam lmnfiul Imnrn till nmnflilr mirl hnnrrl for two. Homestead, Sowareu, N. J. 4129-11-27-26 MISCELLANEOUS STORES FOR RENT cheap. Enqnire at News office. WANTED—INSTRUCTION in donblo entry book-keeping by first class book keeper. Address, giving partic ulars, M. News Office. 41(53-11 -27-2 WANTED—ONE OR TWO furnished rooms with privilege of light house keeping. Address C. II. S. this oflico. 41C0-11-27-2 FOR RENT—A BARN nnd stable, suitaole for one horse. Enquire at News office._3164-7-25-tf HAND FAINTED CHINA shirtwaist sets nro the popular thing. Orders taken for studs, cnif buttons nnd belt bnckies, also lmt pins, at 114 Rector street. 7-17-tf Indian Superstition. Considerable excitement lia3 been caused in British India by the strange story of an incident which recently oc curred in the district of Pegou. The natives there suddenly became con vinced that a six-raonlhs’-old child was ‘he reincarnation of the late Mr. Tuck er, superintendent of the district, who vas killed by bandits in 1S94, and hat moment the unconscious Infant .ocame the most important personage in that part of the country. It was taken to several places in which Mr. fucker had lived and, according to it3 ittendant.fi, its conduct showed cleanly •hat it remembered all the incidents jf its former life. Finally it was ta .en to the place where Mr. Tucker was murdered, and the story goes that at ;ight ol' the fatal spot it. trembled all iver and almost went into convulsions, indeed, its parents say that it would ertainiy l.ave died there if they had xot hurried away with it.—Detroit Free Press. roll SALE FOR SALE—COAL yard and ioc liouso property, subject to short loose. Bids received for sixty days. Enquire P. E. Gordon, Miller 8t. _8916-11-3-tf FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse power steam engine and boiler. Second hand. Excellent conditiou. Manufacturer, care of Evening News. 4-8-tf BOILER AND ENGINE for snlu at a bargain. Stnrtovant 10 horse power stoam engino and boiler in A 1 condi tion, cost $400, will Bell for $250. In nse 3 years. Address O. D., Nowb Office. 9-12-tf REAL ESTATE. BRICK HOUSE CORNER iiiglTaud Gordon st. Price $5,000. Terms to suit. Lot 150x120, ten rooms, all im provements. A. M. Johnson, 8!) Water street___8498-9-14-_tf FOR SALE—FOUR lots on Market st., near Goodwin. Address “Real Estate,” Evening News. _ 1987-11-10-tf FOR SALE--AT a bargain, house and lot on Hull ave. Address “Bar gain,” Evening News office. 1997-11-10-tf Choice lot on Smith will he sold for $875 two bundled dollars down, balance on small monthly install ments if desired. rA'lie I lislion Comnn rt.v 122 Smith Street, Yfatch Guessing fidASsSfe- Contest olo-es this evening, till guesses must be in by that -itne. Drop them i i Uio boc ai<inor of Dana Building, or bring them up to our ollloes, or by mail. cut this out. ComepcyM Itros. Real Estate Deal rj Money to Loan. Fire Insurance. Amboy Reality and Construction Company. Business properties and residence in all parts of Uio city for sale for cash or on monthly installments. Post Office Building. 0 Q CAA Will buy 12 roomed double iJHIi house, 5 yrs. old, water cl(»8(t in house, also citv water and custom pump, lot35x112, room for auothor house, slaio roof, $000 cash. Come and seo. Will pay 13%. cut this out Comegys & Pros. 208 Smith St. "Turns Back Time in Its Flight UA¥^Don>t 1)0 dlseour HAY ©■K?£g,its?£ Hear© Kfl 1 IQ H.” secures positions by pr<- %M AID n ABB qi ecrvlutryouthful looks. Nuta full dye. Does not stain linen. A ■ HEALTH BSY0UH6 FREE trial bottle to PHILO HAT. 220 Lafayetto Pi,, Newark, N, J, Large BOe. bottle at druggists’. A Genuine Testimonial. “But the medicine must he all right,” said she. “They print a splendid tes timonial here from a man who has been cured." “Fake letter, no doubt.” “They wouldn’t dare do that. Tho writer’s name and address aro given, so any one might write to him. It’s signed John Smith—and dated ‘New York. Juno 1,’ just as plain as plain can be.”—-Philadelphia Catholic Stand ard and Times. ' SORE LUNGS I When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing, SB Is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. FOLEY'S I stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It con tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that retards recovery from a cold. FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and lung troubles. k The Doctors Said He Had Consumption —A Marvelous Cure. L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: “The doctors said I had con 1(2 sumption and Igot no better until I used FOLEY’S HONEY AND TAR. It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the W pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well. THREE SIZES 25c, 50c, and $1.00 REFUSE SUBSUITUTES Sexton’s Pharmacy, 70*72 Smith Street L ■