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I I Was Plagued by Crowd of Small
I Boys and Spanked One
Rather Severely.
Paul Martin, the tall, cadaverous
| looking individual who, for the past
■v few weeks has been pushing the
I “agony box" about town, has been
[ ordered to make a bee line for the
? city limits and to make no halts and
: not to return for an extended period
■ for fear of imprisonment. Paul was
i plagued this noon by a crowd of small
| boys. He seized one boy and chastised
I him severely. Officer Wood brought
1 him to court and Chief Burke ordered
! him to go. The boy was innocent.
% Well Known in this City Died Last Night at
! George 0. Wood, who was known
, among his friends as an all around
sport and good fellow, died last night
in the city’s almshonBo. He was
} thirty-five yearB old and lias lived
here all his life.
His parontB wero old residents of
Perth Amboy. They are now both
dead. He is survived by three broth
ers and two sisters. They are Charles
M. Wood, of this city, Edmund Wood,
of Tottenville. and Alonzo, whose
whereabouts nro not known. Mrs.
William Snydam, of this city, and
Mrs. George March, of Elizabeth.
In 1902 George Wood trained os
triches on the ostrich farm at Asbnrv
Park. He was vorv successful in lliii
and many friends from here wc '
his exhibitions. Four year . . ..u
was taken with a disease which pre
vented him from working actively.
He drovo a hack. Two months ago
R 1 . __X X* Xl. _ _ 1_1, Kn U,'n
B brother, whero he conhl bo treated,
^k At 8.10 last night lie died. The body
^B is now at Undertaker Flynn's cstab
^Blishmcnt. Fnneral arrangements wil
^^Bbe made Inter.
Hie Courts Between Metr.bers o
tf1-:* Brunswick. Dec. It’: — Tin
Kv'’v -iB 1 " -.'ohm famijAof Scut-b
^^^oaled in the oonaty oourt yesterday
f when the suit of Johu H. Culver, of
Plninsboro. against Snrah C. Culver
and Amanda Culver, executrices ot
the estate of Furmau Culver, de
ceased, was heard. Tlio plaintiff wns
left out of his father's will and he
|*s had tried unsuccessfully to have the
will set aside and then instituted a
suit against the ostnto to recover
$4,300, allegod to bo duo him for
j wages.
Customs from Jersey Stand Second on the
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw has
submitted to Congress a statement of
^ tlio entire receipts and expenditures
of the government for the last fiscal
■f^krenr, arranged by States and col lee
*<&Bpn .listriots. The receipts from Now
If-SB86? w,re 118 follows:
» .. r t n
,t Egg Harbor, $1,791.10; Newark,
791.50: Perth Amboy, $58,031.98;
or State, $1S8,841 40.
Fill be i^iven Here Tonight- The Genuine
1 Old Fashioned Names.
?orth Amboy audience is to have
|rivilege o( bearing tho famous
t;in’ Skewl” tonight, It is under
jjction of Aunt Polly Basset.
,js not unknown here, hav
Iven, previously by Jed
It created much amusement
rtwi(I is bound to delight again. Tho
singers have those genuine old-fash
ioned names and the songs they sing
are equally quaint. The “skewl”
will be hold in the lecture rooms of
Simpson M. E. church tonight and
tomorrow night.
“Founder” Bradley’s Taxes Lowered.
Asbury Park, Dee. 10—"Fouudor”
James A. Bradley, Tuesday after
noon, won his tight against the in
creased assessments npon his proper
ties in Asbury Park. Tho assessors
| jumped his valuation $79,000. Taes
■ day lie appeared before the commis
■ sionors of appeals, and after argument
I they reduced the figures to those of
I last year.
District Court News.
fc Only one or two eases were dis
^^posed of in the District Court this
^■norniog. The case of the shoe mer
% slants against Slobodan & Ero.. is
SjjSt^fcdowu lor tomorrow.
leceipt from Chartering Corporations Re
duced as Compared Last Year.
Trenton, Deo. 10—According to the
eport of the Secretary of State’s office
or the month of November, the filing
ees of new corporations reached ouly
16,405.as against 598,401 for the month
>f November, 1902.
This is a decrease of nearly $92,000,
»nd occasioned, in tho estimate of
Corporation Clerk Jonh Brooke, by a
general depression in business.
The number of now concerns ohart
Bred in November 1902, was 170, as
against 120 last month.
The enormous business that New
Jersey has done chartering large cor
porations lias awakened other States
to this possiblo source of revenue, and
by imitating New Jersey laws, the
influence of the other States is now
being felt by tho New Jersey corpora
tion office.
Rev. John Ryan, of Bernardsvllie Renewing
Acquaintances Here Today.
Rov. John Ryan, who a few years
ago was the curate in this city under
the late Rov. Peter Connolly, pastor
of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic church,
and whoTs now pastor of the Catholic
church at Bernardsville, is in town
today, renewing old acquaintances.
Father Ryan, who is well known to
every Catholic in Perth Amboy, was
transferred to Bornnrdsville, some
years ago, when he loft here for that
plaoe the services thero wero held in
a small building on the outskirts of
I tho town. It is well known how
| K ither Ryan worked, and in a short
' hue had built a flue church for the
p. ople of that place, so today they
I , _ _ _..t _l.:.. 1.
can well bo proud. All of the old
parishioners were greatly pleased to
see Father Ryan once more and it
kept him busy shaking hands. He
expects to leave here for Bernard sville
Editor Evening News:
In last nights’ issue of the Evening
News I note nn article headed settle
ment is reached, and that masons and
bricklayers havo won their point,
after having difficulty with the elec
tricians. I wish to state ns delegate
ol the local electrical workers that
there was no settlement made direct
with the bricklayers, allowing them
to do the drilling of holes in brick
walls, but the electrical workers claim
this right, having won the sauio re
cently in Now York city and have in
this case at tho Clieeseborough Vase
line works decided by sanction of onr
grand officers, continue to exercise
the right samo to drill holes. Tno
undersigned has a letter from the I.
B. E. W. at Washington, D. C., which
says, 1 would advise your Local to
insist upon its right of drilling all
brick walls, and hoping wo wonld
adjust the matter.
Yours respectfully,
william McDonough,
Delegate to Local 458 I. B. E. W., 48
East avenue, City.
Carl Nelson is Vindicated.
Carl Nelsou called at the Evening
News office this afternoon to state
that although he wa3 fined $1 for be
ing in a snowball scrape a day or two
ago, it was a uusiaae iu lueuuey aim
that ho hml proven to the satisfaction
of the court that ho wns not implicat
ed and his fino lias been returned to
Harmotiie Ball Tonight.
Tlie Singing Sooiety Harmonic are
to bold their grand annual ball in
Wilder Hall tonight. Tlie committee
of all arrangements are prepared to
give all their friends n good time.
Many tickets linve been sold, and the
society think that a large crowd will
be present.
Cohnn f'ntitael lias Cimirlleil.
HAVANA, Ilec. 10.—The cabinet at
a meeting ordered the establishment
of a custom house at Nueva Orona,
Hie principal port of the Isle of Pines.
The government thus complies with all
the requests of the United States re.- i
•lents of the Isle of Pines with the ex
ception of that relating to an American
school. It is believed, however, that
tlie school already established by tlie
Americans on the island will lie given
government aid. It is thought that
these concessions will dispose of much
of tlie opposition at Washington to tlie
ratification of tlie reciprocity treaty.
K roon la nil 1, ft- at Qneenntnivn.
QUEENSTOWN, Ireland. Ilee. 10 —
The Red Star line steamer Kroonlaml,
which sailed from Antwerp for New
York Dec. 5 and reported by wireless
that her steering gear was disabled and
that she wns returning, lias arrived in
tlie inner harbor of Queenstown. She
had little difficulty in steering by
means of her twin screws. Tlie Kroon
land lias not) passengers on board. Tlie
passengers of (he Kroonlaml will lie
transferred to tlie White Star line
steamer Teutonic, which sails from
Queenstown today for New York. J
John Nolan, ot Madison avonno,
will resign his position as boss wcigli
nasier for the tank room department
if the ltaritan Copper Works, Toes
lay afternoon. He lias accepted a
losition at tho DcLamar Ooppsr
Works, Carteret.
A fishing sobooner loaded witli cod,
lame into port this morning.
Carl Johanson, of Now York, is
visiting his parents on Kavetto street.
Alfred Carter has sent in his resig
nation as watchman at the ltaritan
Copper Works, to take effect. Saturday.
A baby boy lias arrived at the homo
of Prot. Joseph Walker.
Lester Greenleaf, of Now Bruns
wick, is in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Singer, of
McClellan streot, are receiving the
congratulations of their friends upon
the arrival of a bouncing baby boy.
Dr, Scott May Resign.
New Brunswick, Dec. 10—Dr. Aus
tin Scott, president of Rntgors Col
lege, was interviewed Tuesday even
ing with reference to the published
rnmor that he intended to resign as
president of the colli’Se. Dr. Scott
“I will neither oonfirm nor deny
the report. I will answer no ques
ti 011s concerning it."
Dr. Scott confined himself to this
statement and closed the interview.
Tho opinion gains ground that Dr.
Scott’s resignation will be presented
to the board of trustees within a few
Bridgeton—Prof. James A. Wentz
oll, recently vice-principal of the
Bridgeton Higli school, has been
appointed county superintendent of
Salem ccunty schools, suoceoding
Prof. J. Harry Smith.
- Newark—Vice-Chancellor Kmery
has sigucil nu order for the payment
of a dividend of 25 per cent, to share
holders of the National Building and
Loan and Provident Association. The
shareholders will probably get in all
(10 cents on the dollar.
Bridgeton—A. S. Lavin and M.
Aurback will shortly start a wrapper
factory here that will employ nbont
30 operatives.
Mercbnntville—Father Cluno an
nounces that lie has already secured
several thousand dollars for the pro
posed Catholic church
Bridgeton—Former fa. t ;; .lie'
Shinn has beoomo proprie.or of Hotel
Cumberland, Nod Graves retiring.
Millville—Council has adopted a re- j
soln ion that the city purchase the.
plant of the People’s Water Company |
and has asked the city solicitor to,
direct negotiations.
Bridgeton—Farmers in this vicinity
lose heavily by the failure of the J. j
F. Brady Company, packers of frnits
and vegetables. The concern has boon
packing half a million cans annually!
and necording to its contract was to
have settled with the farmers Decern-,
her 15.
Paterson—Thomas McMahon has
been elected chairman of the Passaic
county Dcmoorntic committee. |
Bayonne—Beoanso a largo black
dog, believed to bo mad, dashed down
30th street, followed by other curs,
and slopped at the city jail lawn to
have a tight, two policemen shot four
of the pack. |
Newark—Hanson Place Baptist
church, Brooklyn. lias caueu tun nev.
C. D. Case, pastor of the First Bap
tist church, Montclair, to succeed
Rov. P. S. H ensen ns pastor.
Thonffli.* Thrown on Si'roon.
PIITI,ADKIiPII 1 A, Dec. 30.-The lm
man heart running its ‘race of life will j
be exhibited In motion pictures shown |
upon a screen, and cerebrations of the i
brain may be similarly noted, accord- j
ing to the assertions made before the j
convention of the ltoeutgcn Ray Socle- i
ty of the Skiograph by Mihrnn II. Kns- i
ftnbinn of this city and Henry Hulst j
of Grand Rapids. The men aroused
general attention by declaring that
these anatomical movements may be
recorded by changing shadows thrown
on a screen. It was suggested that by
the character of the thought shadows
good thoughts may he distinguished
from bad.
Four-yenr-old I.niil the Stone.
PROVIDKNCK, It. I., Dec. 10.—A
bright four-year-old lad laid the foun
dation stone of the gates to he erected
at Brown university in memory of his
father, John Nicholas Brown. The child 1
performed his part in the ceremony in j
a manner which awoke general adml- |
ration. The gates when completed will
he the handsomest in the city, their
architecture generally conforming with,
that of the John Carter Brown Memo
rial library near by. The hoy. John
Nicholas Brown, Jr.. Is reputed to ho
the wealthiest child of his ago in tills
(Mils Ili-nrn of Hen-ern'n Dentil.
ntlMK. Dec. 10. —The news of the
death of the Spanish Cardinal Herrero
y Ksplnosn at Madrid when communi
cated to the pope greatly affected him.
The pontiff spoke in the most affee- .
tlouato terms of the late cardinal and
referred to his heroic struggle w'tli
death during the conclave which elrct
This is a very pretty design lor an
evening frock, and can be made in
auv pale color or white. Crepe dc
chino, mousscline do soie, liberty
ganzo or oven a fabric like Paris mus
lin or organdv would look well in a
frock made from this design.
The only trimming required is lace
diamonds, but of these it takes si::
| dozens. Laoa cnu bo bought by the
yard in diamond slmpos that can be
out apart, and this is less expensive
than buying the separate motifs,
j Tho entire frock is box-pleatod and
around tho neck, waist, aud lower
I part of the stcirt, bias folds of the
! samo material are put diamond-shape
j around the lace. Tho idea of the
] points coming up on tho neck gives
a very pretty effect.
DcNperndo Uiilei! by F«-mcr.
OT'TIIItlE. OUla.. Dee. m. - Janie?
ITarbelt. a noted desperadi . ' the ter
ritory. has been killed at S". ny by a
farmer named Done.l.m . II: . It l»on
a bad reputation, hav a . •<! «Ii 1.-'
Fllppin ia the Indian i . itory sonn
years ayo and also be1: rejnitod te
have been a member of tie- via;: Hint
robbed the Te: ns expr - of $75,000,
killing a deputy at the time.
For Men.
of every description. If you
want the best, come to us.
I. 0. leers fie.,
Perlh Ambojy.
11 f 11 Adrnncctl llic Prlre of Stone.
NEW YORK, Doc. 10.—It came ou:
fn evidence nt the hearing that former
Governor David I!, lllll. former S- an
tor Edvard Murphy, Jr., and former
Comptroller Bird S. Color were the
sponsors for William It. 1111. formerly
chief engineer of the aqueduct commls
sion. Mr. lllll testified to this fact at a
hearing ou the protest of the Mer
chants’ association against the payment
of the bill of John It. McDonald for
work on the Jerome park reservoir.
Mr. Hill said he advanced the price of
broken stone from .70 cents to $1.10 to
satisfy Mr. McDonald, who told him
several times that lie was losing money
on the contract. A total Increase in the
contract pri e of the work of .$711,077
was recommended by Mr. iIi 11. but the
greater part of it. he maintained, was
to meet the requirements of the labor
Kltfser Is Profoundly Tonehoil.
Y\ ASUINGTON, Dee. 10.—Baron von
Steruliurg, the German ambassador,
wishes I he people of the United States
to know that the emperor is profoundly
touched by the many and sincere ex
pressions of sympathy which have
come from America to Berlin regard
ing his majesty’s illness. The ambas
tntlor 1ms returned to Washington
from n visit to Germany. lie brings
personal messages from Ids majesty to
the president and will call at the White
House today to deliver them and to ad
vise the president about the emperor’s
health. The ambassador spent a busy
■lay and has already taken active bold
on affairs at the embassy.
E" ti e Outfits for
Plays,Entertainments and Parties
A fell lint cf Wife, Tights, Shoes e.e.
- Tor mon < r rent.
j WhaHo buy for j
i [
a few things which make appro
priate gifts
Watches, Watch Chains, Clocks,
Rings, Napkin Rings, Watch
Safes, Watch Charms, Silver
ware, Cut Glass, Fobs.
Space will not allow us to
mention the rest, so call and see
Jeweler & Optician
i ~ '■
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Evening News Classified Ads.
| -——--—--—-— i
No Aiis. Loss Than 10c. Extra Charge if Displayed, j j
BOYS WANTED—At ouce at the
Annex Restaurant, good pay. 118
Smith st. 4300-12-10-1
character and good reputation in
each 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,
ail payable in cash direct each Wed
nesday from head offices. Horse and
carriage furnished when necessary.
Roferenoes. Enclose self-addressed
envelotto. Colonial, Oaxton Bnild
ing, Chicago. 8302-8-18-tf
EUR RENT—SEVEN room house.
pood location. C. VanDnsen &
Bro., 231 Madison ave.
improvements, with board. Good
German cooking. 45 Gordon st.
gentlemen, heat and bath. Break
fast sorved if desired. 98 (Jordon
street. 4279-12-9-8
rout elieap, corner Gordon and
South First streets. 42S0-12-9-2
TO~ LET—FURNISHED rooms, all
improvements with board. Good
German cooking. 45 Gordon st
FLOOR TO LEj , 48 Smith st.
Hook cral’S, Blue Point oysters nud
hard and soft crabs nt A. Hnnrnttio’s,
corner High and Smith sts.
STORES FOR RENT ohonpT”Enquire
nt News office.
FOR RENT—A BARN and stable,
suitable for one horse. Enquire at
Nows office. 3164-7-2G-tf
sets arc the popular thing. Orders
taken for studs, cuff buttons and belt
buckles, also hat pins, at 114 Rector
street. 7-17-tf
BOAR D Elis WANTED—Throe or
tour gentlemen can obtain board at
120 South Second st. $4.50 week.
Not ?«» Slow.
During the middle ages gunpowder,
■ clocks, telescopes, parchment, paper
and the mariner’s compass v.c-re invent
ed or adopted.
(’ritnp nn«l Edncniion.
More than one-third of the inmates o!
(be Elmira (N. V.) state prison are tvcl!
An ordinance to establish a grade on
Sheridan street from Market street
to the Raritan River.
Ho it'ordained by the City of Perth
Section 1. That the grade of Sheri
dan street from Market street to the
Raritan River lie established at and
in accordance with tlie several pitches
and grades ns rIiowu on a new profile
and map of said street made by S. .T.
Mason, City Surveyor, and filed with
11 io City Clerk Monday, Nov. 1G, 1908.
Approved Nov. 20, 1903.
Attest: Mayor.
JOity Clerk.
4278-12-9-41-at o.w.
FOB SALE—GOAL yard and ice house
property, subject to short lease.
Eids reoeived for sixty davs. Eiujuiio
P. E. Gordon, Hiller st.
3915-11 -3-if
FOR SALE—High Grade 10 horse
power steam engine and boiler.
Second hand. Excellent condition.
Manufacturer, care of Evening Nows.
BOILER AND ENGINE for sale at a
bargain. Sturtevant 10 horse power
steam engine and boiler in A 1 condi
tion, cost $190, will sell for $360. In
nse 3 years. Address O. P., News
Office. ___9-12-tf
FOR SALE-FOUR lots on Market
st., near Goodwin. Address “Real
Estato,” Evening News.
FOR SALE—AT a bargain, house and
lot on Hall avo. Address “liar
gaiu,” Evening News office.
Choice lot on Smith will be sold
for $875 two hundred dollars down,
balance on small monthly install
ments if desired.
'File Uissliop Company
12‘4 t1 mi tli girt of,
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uiiifit On put up in packages of 25. Get
your playmates lielp you win tlii.s most
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Work 1). 10
Comedyk (C 1 Iros. Real Estate Dealers
Money to Loan. Fire Insurance.
Reality and Construction
Business properties ami residence in all
pail •» of tlio cily for sale for cash or oil
monthly installmeuts.
Post Office Building.
MIkm (ioii'tl'n (Sift P(*il!rntpfl.
XllWPOR'l’ XKWS, Va., Dee. 10.—
The dedication of the army Y. M. C. A.
building ::l Old Point Comfort, which
was presented to Fort Monroe by Miss
Helen Gould of New York, tool; place
here with interesting ceremonies. Colo
nel John Story, commandant of Fort
Monroe, presided, and addresses wore
delivered by General Charles Bird,
U. S. A.: lion. J. Taylor Ellison, Rich
mond; William Slonne. Now York, and
-Bear Admiral Wise, P. S. N.
Colnncl Riifli*r Not tiuHty.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. Dee. 10.—
The supreme court has reversed the de
cision of tie* lower court ill 11c* ease of
Colonel Edward Butler of S:. Louis,
convicted at Columbia, Mo., of attempt
ed bribery, and discharged tic* prison
er. Colonel Butler when informed of
the court’s decision expressed pleasure
•at the nows. Ho said: "All I wanted
was the cold law. I have get that. I
am very glad the decision of the trial
court was reversed." (
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