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Crowd Pushed Into Him and He Might Have
Been Badly Hurt.
It is about timo something was done
to te^oh somo of the hoTs of this bor
ough a lessen, and instill a little sense
into their minds, that is, by teaching
thorn to use their brains more and
tlieir.hands less, when playing. On
tho street corners, or wherever n
crowd of boys are seen, one can al
ways witness the roughest kind of
play and listen to the screaming or
pleading of somo small lad being
pominolod by larger onos.
Saturday evening young Jim Rea
was standing in front of the letter
boxes in tho Post office, when somo
hoys ran and poshed him against the
boxes, breaking ono of the glasses
that he wore on his eyos and brnisiug
the eyelid. Tho boy cried out and
yet none of tho parties standing
nronnd seemed to have presence of
mind enougiijto catch tho hoys who
had run ont of tho office as fust as
they could go. Jim thought that the
boys had run in the door of the office,
but probably heard someono else come
in, as tho boys rushed at him and
conld not toll who had sorved him the
trick. A number of larger boys stood
on the other side of tho offico near a
window and ono party who was in
tlie back part of the office getting
mail oat of a luck box, on turning
around saw that the boys had all dis
appeared, when the little lad cried
nn I T P nuirniin Intnmn inK/t lUn„n
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wore, thoy cnn probably learn wlio
the boys were who did such a con
temptible act. Mr. lioddy said if he
know who <lid it he would have them
arrested. It is a wonder that the
child’s eyes were not filled with
brokon class and ono gentleman fear
ed that as it was some bits might
have gone in the braisod eye.
Children cf the fur.day Schools Getting
Ready for Annual Exercises
Tho children of tho Presbyterian
church arc rehearsing their carols for
Tho children of tho M. E. church
are very busy practising tiro cantata
“The Real Livo Santa Olaus.” Mrs.
Stidfolu and a number of other ladies
of the M. E. clinrch will help make
the cantata n success, and it is expect
ed that it will bo as good, if not
bettor than anything that tho school
lias givon heretofore.
Tliis may seem slightly premature,
lint there is nothing like being on
time, bo wo give it as it was given to
us. “Our firomen nre going to have a
parade in tho month of May.” It
was proposed to have a local parade
twice a year to bring the lire depart
ment moro in touch with the people,
at tho recent good time held Saturday
evening in Firemou’s Hall.
Uov. J. Y. Irwin, of tho Baptist
church, delivered an excellent sermon
to the Junior Order ot American
Mechanics Sunday niglit on the prin
ciples of the order. About one hun
dred members of the order were
presont ami they wero greatly pleased
with tlie address.
Mo Mectl.
Spokesman (of committeo)—We
want you to come to the meeting of
our society to-morrow evening and
give us an address about au hour long.
Eminent Lecturer—To-morrow even
ing? That will not give me time to
prepare myself.
Spokesman—You’ll not need any
preparation. What we want you to
talk about is "How Our Newspapers
Ought to Bo Conducted.”—Chicago Tri
W It nt lie lie:’, nt.
“The ills that arc easiest to bear,”
said the philosopher, "are—"
“I l.notv, I know,” Interrupted the
friend. "You mean to say that, when
you get right down to it, the ills that
are the easiest to bear r.re the real,
rather than the imaginary onus that
seem so great.”
"On the- contrary, I mean that the
Ills that are easiest to bear are the ills
ol other people.”—Chicago Post.
riot in the niuoii,
The P aeon—i thought you intended
lo preach on the; evils of profanity this
rooming. Why did you change j-cur
The Parson—Well, I dropped ir.y col
lar button while dressing for church,
utul 1 didn't feel that I rould do the sub
ject justice.—Cincinnati Enquirer.
frrt’ly tin I um:It.
“The fellow insulted me.”
"How was that?”
"Why, ho talked to me for a straight
hour, and then ended up by saying: 'A
word to the wise, you know.’”—Chi
cago .Post.
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Mrs. Georga Mortimose and Mrr.
Hoffman, of Prospect Plains, have
been spending a week with Mrs. Hoff
man and other relatives ou John
street. They woro entertained at
dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Capner,
of John street, ou Thanksgiving Day.
The ground is being fenced in and
the bricBB have been brougnt for a
new house to be built back of what is
known ns Gordon Heights. It is said
that the property belongs to Council
man Hillman, who lias been talking
of building for some timo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, of Mt. Holly,
have just returned from a very enjoy
able trip through the mountains in
tne upper part of the state of New
York, were entertained at dinner by
their sou Willie and Mrs. Lewis, of
John street, and at tea by Mrs.
Thomas Baker, of Broadway, on
Thanksgiving Day.
Dr. Hainos was ont for the first
time since his illness, Monday, to
confer with Dr. Trcgauown regarding
his patient, Mr. Abe Everett.
Miss Minnie Emilinssen, who lias
been ill with grippe, is anticipating a
pleasant visit with friends in Brook
On Thursday the 4.30 trolley was
delayed nt Roberts switch, between
this borongh and Sayruvillo. Smoo
thing had oanglit and if they attempt
ed to ran the car it would lmvo jump
ed the track, si tho passengers wore
compelled to wait for the next car
from Sayreviile. On Saturday there
wasn't enough power to mu the cars
regularly and some parties came from
New Brunswick by way of Motnchen
and Perth Amboy in tlio evening.
Rev. W. Novins, pastor of tho Pres
byterian church, began a scries of
sermons on tho book of Acts, Sunday
evening. Ho lias had cards printed
for reference. His sermon Sunday
evening was iiue, it is said, and the
members of liis church are very mncli
pleased with him and think him n
fine orator.
Organize Rnldn to Descend 1 pnn
Their More IniiumIrfoil.** \ei»Iibor«
for inter's Supply of Honey.
To the person who knows nothing
about bees they represent the supremo
type of industry, says the London
Chronicle. But even the bee commu
nities are disturbed by those of their
own kind who break through and steal.
Robber bees are always a source of
anxiety to beekeepers, and in the au
tumn the marauders seem particular
ly active.
Having gathered no honey, or, nt
any rate, an insufficient supply for
themselves, they descend upon a hive,
kill its industrious occupants and
carry off the golden treasure in aii
astonishingly short space of time. We
know of a recent instance in which the
attack was developed nnd the home
bees killed in a couple of hours. Some
times a hive will attack neighboring
hive. In such cases the old straw
"skip” was better than the modern
arrangement, for a knife thrust
through the top would break the comb
and set tho honey free, at which the
thieves would instantly return to sea!
up their own store. It is not primar
ily in their industry that Dees are
Chicago Professor Takes Issue with
Those Who Talk About itnee
Suicide—His Views.
Prof. Wilbur Jackson, dean of the
school of education, Chicago universi
ty, believes that quality of population
Is more important than quantity, rays
the St. Louis Post-Dispatch^
In a recent address he said: “The
highest evolution is in quality, not
quantity. I am not particularly dis
turbed by the hysteria of our strenu
ous friends regarding rare suicide. In
the course of evolution I believe lhat
the race has passed beyond the stage
of the rabbit and the rat."
The good sense of tills Is In marked
contrast to much of the rhetoric on the
When the country Is new and sparsely
settled brawn Is wanted in large quan
tities to fell forests, clear land for agri
culture and expel the wild beasts of the
wilderness. When the country fill? up
ar.d the problems of society press fer
solution brain of good quality Is meat
in request.
The problems of civilisation are com
plicated and intellect of rare quality Is
needed. If quantity Is not so much in
evidence In families, we have reason to
hope that quality is not absent.
I.nliHtcr* Chmise
Several times nyear
their shells ard each t
shed the lobster Increases
lug the shedding reason
the coves with soft m
conceal themselvre In
shell of sufficient tfc
their bodies is grown
or six weeks.
Some of tho people of Totteavil e
will nttend.'the 11th animal Harvest
Home festival, which is to be held at
the S. It. Smith Infirmary at Now
Brighton, on Thursday, December 10.
Mrs. Katherine D. Poillon, an ol<l
lady of Eltiugvillo, died Sunday aftor
noon after a lingering illness. The
funeral will bo held Thursday after
noon. It will bo in charge of I. P.
Bedell & Sons, of Tottenvillo. Inter
ment will bo made in Eltiugvillo
Muu-»ir!na' Material.
Shoestrings are largely made from
the skin of the beluga, or white whale,
which is known as "porpoise leather.”
Proving; Him Hitclit.
Never kick a man for calling you a
dont-ey unless you want to prove the
truth of his assertion.
Tor for -\orToiij»z!C»N.
according io a Swiss doctor, is tea made
with mdled snow.
Have fiiMMl iNilnfs,
Some men arc like pins; they have
their good points, yet they are apt to
stick you.
I would not make |
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! The Evening News is on saleatOst
| hnrgs’ 44 Slain street, anil at John
Boss' Hotel, formerly John Kail’s
stand. Extra copies of the News and
all NewYork papers can always be se
Firemen will Form a Permanent Organiza
tion and Sue the Chy
The members of Protection Hook
and Ladder Company No. 1, of Totten
ville, nro requested to attend the
special meeting which will bo held in
the fire house on Broadwaj, tomorrow
night. It has been decided by all of
tbo firemen of Statin Island and
Queens comity to form a permanent
organization to help light the city for
the volunteers’ bHi k pay, which has
been told in the News. At the meet
ing of Protection Hock and Lndder
eon'pany;toniorrow night throo mem
bers of the company will bo elected to
act as delegates.to attend all of the
meetings. The firemen nro positive
that they will win as soon as the new
administration takes hold, for from
j Richmond and Qneet:s_ borough there
Ladles of St. Mark’s Church Have Prepared
All Kinds of Pretty Tl.lnos.
Tonight will see the opening of the
Colonial fair which is to be held in
St. Mark’s church »t Pleasant Piaius
for three nights, under the unspices
of tho Ladies Aid Society. All kinds
of fancy nrticlos will lie for sale, and
if tho ladies do not clear a big snin of
money, it will not he for tho want of
iiard work, nud plenty of pretty
things. On Thursday night the ladies
promise that thoy will have a great
surpriso in store for their friends who
attend, in the shape of a first class en
tertainment. Dnringjtho three nights
of the lair ice cream and cuke will be
for salo.
The fair which the Young Pooplo’s
Socioty, of St. Stephen’s ohurch, nro
to hold in K. of P. Hall, Amboy ave
nue, will open Thorsdny night. Tl e
main attraction nt tho fair will bo tno
20th century up-to-date store, at
which, it is said, a'person will be able
to purchase anything that is possible.
Tho young people hope to make n
great success and they will work hard
for that end. ~ • »
It is sniil that chicken thieves arc
again becoming active at this end of
tlie Island. Last year about this time
tho residents of Tottonvillo amt Pleas
ant Plains lost many valuable fowls.
They will be on tho lookout for the
thieves this time, and a warm recep
tion will await them tiioro.
Following closely the order to ring
tho fog bell when tho ferry boal leaves
the slip instead of blowing the
whistle, comes nn order to tho engi
neers in charge of the looomotives
that thoy will not blow their whistles
any more tlmu can bo liolped while
in the yard at Tottenvillo, as it is
very annoying to tlio nearby residents.
The wedding of Miss Anna Scanlon,
of Mt. Loretto, to John O’Brien, of
Richmond Valiev, will tako place
Thursday at the homo of the groom in
Greek street. Mr. O'Brien is boss
cooper at the .Totteuvillo Copper
W ork s.
A Dollar Social will be hold tonight
at 8 o'clock in Orlaudo Hall, Ross
ville, for Hie benefit of the Rossville
church. Besides tlio earning of the
dollar tho members of the congrega
tion must toll how they oidJ.it. Miss
Hanoi Slaight, of Tottonville, and
Miss Ellen Dorsey, of Rossville, will
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&. week ngo Saturday, Miss Gertrude
VnnPelt, of Tottonville, was married
to Walter Grant, cf Pleasnnt Plnins.
The marriago ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. Dr. Enoch Meaohem, pns
tor of Bethel M. E. [church, at the
home qf the bride.
The Woman’s Christian Temperance
Union hold services for the prisoners
at Ine County jail after-1
noon. They left on the 3.05,
train, accompanied several friends. ]
It was after 6 o when they rc-j
turned home.
Citizen Discovered B are but was Refused
Admission to the HoTe.
A citizen passing down Johnson
uvenoo at !l o’clock last night, noticed
that tho chimney of the old Arents
house, now owned by Prof. Lowe, of
Public School No. 1, and occupied by
an Italian family, was on fire. IIo
tried to get inside the honso, but the
family refused him admission. A
policeman, who was passing, was
notified. He blew his whistle, and
with the aid of a brother officer, who
responded, they forced their way into
the house. A few buckets of water
soon put the blaze out.
James Graham, of Pleasant Plains,
was seriouslv injured by falling from
a step ladder Friday afternoon. The
ladder was placed against the roof of
the kitchen cf Mr. Graham's home
and lie was repairing the roof. A
sudden jolt from below sent the ladder
b ‘“iuumu HIC Hit. l-iciuru iu r.
Grahnm con Jit recover Ins balance, he
strnok tho ground full force. Dr
Washington, of Tottenville, was call
ed to attend him and lie is now get
ting along as nicely as eonld lie ex
pected. No bones were broken, but
he was badly shaken up.
Tonight will bo ladies night at the
Aqnahonga bowling alleys. Tomor
row. which is t lie ladies’ legnlar
night, tho Koyal Arcanum mombers
will use the alleys.
At 11.80 o’clock yesterday the barn,
water tower, and a number of Btnall
sheds, at Giffords, owned by Robert
W. Nelson, were totally destroyed by
tiro. The clamago will amount to
over $1,000. Cf this $3,GOO is insured.
Tho canse of tho Ore is a mystery.
The Giffords Fire Department did
good work.
Some of the New York officials of
the S. S. White dental works at
Princess Bay, paid •*' .iall 101 ‘.WH*
plant Saturday afternoon. They fonnb
everytning in first class order. There
is plenty of woik at the plant and the
employes will bo kept going nearly all
winter long.
Henry Glassmau, of 'Princess Bay,
a laboror in tho employ of Joseph
Seguine, also of Princess Bay, had bis
left hand badly crushed.while unload
ing bricks from a "s:hopuer a week
ago today. Dr. Washington, of Tot
ten ville,’?atteuded £him and he is
getting along nicely.
On Sunday night Mrs. R. G. Gandy
conducted the Epwirth Lcagne meet
ing in St. Mark’s M. E. church,
Pleasant Plains. She took for her
subject "The Use of Prayer.” Spec
ial music for the service was rendered
by the Princess Bay orchestra.
Misses Mabel and Josepiiiue Fintor,
of Rahway, N. J., were Tottenville
visitors over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rntherford,
of Tottenville, will spend the winter
in New York City.
i „ TJ 1U> ___— , e rrr_i
bridge, spent Sunday with Tottenville
James F. Bedell, of Main street,
was a New York visitor yesterday.
The regular meeting of Eureka En
gine Company No. 2 will be held at 8
o’clock tomorrow night.
Elmont Bedell, of Main street,
Tottenville, who dislocated his ankle,
over a week ago, is improving.
Lester Rogers, of Johnson avenue,
another of-the football players, who
was injured, is improving.
The work on the public dock at
Roseville is progressing rapidly.
Boutlcy street improvements havo
been completed.
The small hoy who loves skating
were out in fnll force yesterday for
tho ice was strong enough to hold'
Richard Doyle, of Pertli Amboy,'
was in Huguenot yesterday.
Few oases of whoopmg cough were
reported this yoar.
A new platform has b; e i laid in
front of John Boss’ hotel. Main street.
Real estate! Real estate! Road
ha bargains in special cjlumn ou
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I On Saturday evening several .toting
girls of Sewaren gave n farewell re
ception to Mr. Harry Boyd Per Lee,
who left on Tuesday morning for
Peru. Tho reception was given at
the home of Miss Marie Solace and
all the yonng people of Sewaren wore
present, also Mr. Ray Vidal, of Staten
Island, and Mr. Green, of New York.
A very delightful time enjoyed hr all.
Mr. Pet Lee, originally of Montana,
lms worked in the DeLamar Copper
works and lived in Sewaren for the
past year and a half, and was very
popular in Sewaren. His friends re
gret this departure and look forward
to tho time when ho will retnru.
The mission opened in St. Jnmcs
church last Sunday, is given by the
Passiouist Fathers of Hoboken. The
instructions beginning at 5 and 8 a.
m. and the sermon at 7 30 p. m. are
well attended. The Rev. Fathers
Gregory and Cyprian are in charge.
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body to be present at the instructions
a id sermons.
Mt ssrs. James nud Joseph Dnnne, of
Brooklyn, are the guests of Mr. 1.
I''. Dunigan and family.
Mrs. William Carpenter is improv
ing after the severe injuries sustained
bv a fall a few weeks ago.
A oarn owned by Mr. Whittaker, of
Sewaren, burned down early yesterday
morning. The fire company from
Woodbridze rushed to, the scene, but
were unable to save it.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunday and Mr. and
Mrs. Barber, of New York, were the
guests of Miss Martha Drake last
Miss Keba Loudcnslager is
friends in Philadelphia.
Mr. Woodruff, of Rahway,
guest of Mr. Percy Brown
Mrs. Scott Rathbnn is
from the operation
Cutiofilti'—Trcstojis a MnB
Can WriIIi l pan.
One of the greatest natural r*inot
ifies I ever raw is flie matted fir trees
of Noith Carolina, said C. R. Ball, of
Raleigh, in the Washington Star. I
have never found a botanist who could
explain the phenomena, but thrre :s a
grove of fir trees on the side of M >un
Mitchell, which, when they attain the
height of eight or ten feet, begin to
twine their branches and form fiat
tops. They grow In this way unt'l the
tops arc perhaps 20 feet in diame rr,
and these have In some instances <om
idned with the tops of other like
trees, and a person can walk for a
considerable distance upon these tops.
They are undoubtedly a species of
fir. but wholly unlike the other fir?
which are plentiful In that section, ex
cept in appearance of foliage. I have
taken several soientis's out to see
th'-'e tr"cs and have not yet foun t one
who had ever eecn or beard of a sim
ilar growth. They occupy an area oi
only a few acres, and arc found no
where else in the North Carolina
In Mexico.
Labor in Mexico is very cheap. Farm
laborers may he employed at from
IS to fid cents in fnited States currency
per day, though in many parts of Mex
ico they arc very scarce and unreliable.
Juvenile Diplomat.
Mamma—Now, sir, for your disobedi
ence, I’m going to whip you!
While—5ay, ma, let's compromise this
Mamma—What ?
Willie—Call It quits, and I'll use my
• liuiu iH *» .111 ivy t,vv iuui ni/i.m i j v/u
\o Room fop Mori*.
Wife—Wasn’t that Mr. Guzzle we
passed? He seemed preoccupied.
Husband—He looked to me what you
misht cal! “occupied."
Wife—Occupied? How do you moan?
Husband—Full.—Philadelphia Press
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OTTO spitz,
Sanitary Plumber.
Rahway Av*.
Shop near C R Depot, Carteret,N J I
Painter and Pap.thanger
AI orders by mMl promptly attended o
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Mf«a CO Oti«tM
Miss Fannie Johnston has been
spending n few days with her jmrenls
in Trenton.
Miss Ella liieley has been on a visit
to her home near Prinoeton.
Morris L. Slngg attended the foot
ball game in Perth Amboy on Thnrs
j day.
Miss Jennie Donnelly spent Wednes
day evening and Thursday at Staten
Island, visiting relatives.
M’k9 Helen Donnelly, Miss Lillie
Donne'lr and J. C. Foster took a
drivo to F-rth Amboy on Thursday
Mirs UoBsio Slugg has returned from
a visit to her cousin, Misa Grace
Ambler, near Philadelphia.
.Tack Wilkinson spent Wednesday
evening and in Newark.
Miss Mary has returned
front n vieit Oooks
Miss I
auenmuir un'
ton, spent
Miss N
opera in
A email
longing t*
(he h
to Kg*
cot tnl^^nrapr-r H:nn that from thi^^®
usual trat'rlalr, but more reliable Ip
mi-dy< sitlon. Mortar of ore part flag
■ : m^nt to three of rnrrt had a tmeile
strength r,f HST pounds per square inch
in seven days, 551 in 2S days.
Absolutely Safe.
"Have I any rival in your alec
lions?” he demanded, fiercely.
"No-o.” replied the lovely girl,
thoughtfully. "At least. I cannot think
nf anybody else I regard with equal in
difference.”—Town Topics.
An Illusion.
For pelf man resolutely scfcctrcs.
Dfc.-spMo the wealth that he secures; ;
The oth*r fellow's dollar seems
At least three tim s as Llg as your*.
—Washing-:or. Star.
He—I'm sure I can marry ary girl I
She—Ye?, but could you please ary?
—N. Y. Times.
Mm!est, Indeed.
"He seem3 to be a modest, unassum
ing man."
"He is. Why, he actually admits
that be might not be able to inn in
automobile that he never saw."—N. Y.
! Times.
Trro ttiili.
"It's hard to have a lot of debts that
you simply can’t pay.”
“Oh. I don’t Know! It’s worse to
bare a lot that you simply have to ray."
—Philadelphia Public Ledger.
A Model of Indoalry.
“Claudia. Is the young man indus
trious to whom you are engaged?"
“Industrious? Why, papa, be lnten^
I ed to propose to me a month
I was tco busy."—Tlt-BIL

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