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Perth Amboy Even no news.
f _THE LARGEST PROVEN LOCAL CIRCUEATION
A VOL. XXV. NO. 120. PERTH AMBOY. N. L, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER W, NIGHT EDITION
CHURCH WAS
TOO SMALL.
Simpson M. E. Edifice Could Nol
Hold the Throng Which
Turned Out.
TO BUILD GALLERY.
Was Annual Christmas Entertainment by
the Sunday School Scholars and All
Received Gifts-Books as Rewards
Purse for the Pastor and! Eooklets for
Other Officials.
The 'combined deportments of the
Sunday school of Simpson M. E
clinrch hold their annual Christmas
festival in tlio chnrcli last night. The
entertainment was marked bv one of
the largest congregations which ever
filled the edifice. The pews, galler
ies and aisles were crowded anil people
stood several deep in every accessible
corner. The progrnm was oarHed out
aB announced in yesterday’s Nows and
all the participants received much
commendation for the line showing
k that was made. At the conclusion of
| the program all the ohildren received
, candy and those who had been preBeut
L every Sunday during the year received
H finely bound books by standard
I antliors. Owing to the illness of tlio
superintendent, James Noe, C. R.
Fletcher was in charge of the services.
After the pupils had received their
presents, the pastor was presented
with a purse by Mr. Fletcher on be
half of the school. Then the pastor
presented a book to Mr. David O. Noe
and to superintendent James Noe.
Pretty booklets were also presented
to Mrs. Jennie Pemberton, Miss Anna
Joslin, J. H. Graham, George Wog
lom, secretary of the sohool, and to
all the teachers and the heads of the
various departments. The principal
part ot the entertainment was provid
ed by Mrs. Femberton’s department,
and muoh praise was bestowed upon
Mrs. Pemberton for the Buocess
k achieved.
ft The crush at the church last night
revived the necessity of providing
overhead galleries at the rear of the
church, and the pastor, Rev. S. T.
Jackson, said this morning that steps
™ toward securing this improvement
would be taken as soon as possible.
Tnke your doctor’s prescription to
Sexton’s Drug store.
4518-12-26-tf udv
LOCAL ITEMS.
Henry Jones, of south High street^
is receiving congratulations today
over (he arrival of a boy, just ono day
old.
Solomon Esberg is confined to his
Don, at nis nomo od water street, Dy
a severe oolil.
James E. Noe, of Water street, who
has been on tho sick list, is improv
ing.
Miss Lillian Amlersnu, of Smith
street, was in Plainfield yesterday.
John Peterson has left the employ
of the Metropolitan Life Insurance
Company.
Audrew Heiselborg, of Oak street,
is now an agent in the employ of the
Prudential Life Insurance Company.
The tug bont Fireproofer, of the
International Fireproofing Company,
is in commission again, after receiv
ing repairs.
Mr. Nedham Entertained.
There was a small gathering at the
homo ot Thomas S. Nedham, corner
of Water ami Lewis streets, last night,
when his son, Stanley Nedham, enter
1 tamed several of his friends. All
present spent a most pleasant evening.
WorrellsRestaurant
Stewid Terrapin, Baltimore style.75e
Jersey Quail on Toast........i.50c
Bo.'t'in Lobsters, alive or steamed.50c
I Ias‘eilpcffer or Babbit Stew.35c
Begular Course Dinuer.35c
Mattituek or Blue Point Oysters.
46 Smith St. Tel, call200, L 2.
P. NYGREEN,
A Biiocwltor.to I. Albert;* Co.
...Photographic Studio...
* everything In Portrait, Landscape
and Interior Photography.
P. O. Building* Perth Amboy, N. .1.
PLANT FOR
CARTERET.
Crome Steel Works Will Move
from Williamsburg in
a Short Time.
NEARLY FORTY ACRES.
Because of lack of proper shipping
facilities and not enough room in the
building it now -occupies, at Kent
avenue and Hooper street, Williams
burg, N. Y., the Chrome Steel Works,
one of the largest steel works in Will
iamburg, will move to Chrome, N.
J., as soon as a plant being erected
there is completed. There will be six
large factory buildings occupying
nearly forty acres of ground.
Not only has the company erected
faotory buildings, but model tene
ments ns well, which will be at the
disposal of the employes. What dis
position is to be made of the Williams
burg plant has not yet beon decided
upon.
LOCAL SURVEYORS
FORM PARTNERSHIP
Both Young Men are Well Known
Here—Graduates of High
School
A partnership of considerable inter
est to people in this city is that soon
to he entered into by Forrest L. Smith
and Samnel J. Mason. Both young
men are civil engineers and surveyors,
the former with offices in the Suheuer
building and the latter at 102 Smith
street. Both were appointed city sur
veyors last February. This move had
been contemplated for some time by
the parties concerned, but is now
made public for the first time.
Mr. Mason is a Democrat and Mr.
Smith a Republican. The firm will
be known as Mason & Smith. Their
new offices at 102 Smith street will
always be open. Mr. Mason studied
with Tingley, aud Mr. Smith prepared
at Cooper Institute and Rntgers
College. Both are gradnates of the
local high school.
MR. SAMPSON’S FUNERAL.
Buried with Masonic Honors from His Home
in New Brunswick’
The fnncral of P. Emerald Sampson,
wno died suddenly at Woodbridge, on
Saturday afternoon, was held yester
day afternoon from his late residence,
No. 180 French street, New Bruns
wick, at 2 o’olock and from Masonic
Temple at 2 30 o’clock. The services
at the latter plaoo were very largely
attended. Delegations from Union
Lodge, No. 199, F. ana A. M. ; Good
will Council, No. 32. Jr. O. IT. A.
M., and Goodwill Band, the Music
ians’ Union and also members of the
Grand Army Posts were present.
! Tho services were conducted by
| Rev. A. B. Scars, of the Livingston
Avenue Baptist clmrch. The services
of Union Lodgo wore conducted by
Gregory R. Gillmore. Tho body was
taken to Elmwood Cemetery tor inter
ment.
Thero was a large number of floral
tributes on the casket, and among
them were a gates ajar from Goodwill
Council, Masonic emblem from Union
Lodge, lyre from the Musicians’ Un
ion, a wreath from the employees of
the Middlesex shoe shop and a large
piece from Goodwill Band.
The pallbearers were: Robert Car
son, George Kuhn, George Litterst,
Engene LeForge, Warren Campbell
and Charles R. Dey.
Read the real estate advertising
column on page 2, today.
MULLINS'
UP-TO DATE
Milk and Cream delivered every morn
ing in bottles.
Our motto; “Cleanliness is akin to
Godliness.” We have only first-class
trade. Would you like to bo one of our
patrons? If so we will guarantee first-class
service. Milk delivered at any hour in
the morning to suit customers. Recom
mended by physicians for invalids and
infants. Tel. 1(17 L.
I
CHILDREN’S
FESTIVALS.
Good Templars Entertained in
Their New Hall in Prospect
Street Last Night.
HAD CHRISTMAS TREE.
The membors of the local lodge of
the Independent Order of Good Temp
lars held their annnal Christinas festi
val Inst night at their hall on Prospect
street. Suitable entertainment had
been provided and there were Eliort
speeches by several of the members.
Then the Christmas treo which is
provided every year was enjoyed and
the children of the members received
fruit and boxes of candy. During the
evening light refreshments were
HIS PROPERTY
WAS SEIZED.
Steve Buynofski of Hall Avenue
Finds the Sheriff Has
Taken Charge.
FOR LUMBER BILL
The property of Steve]1 Bnynfoski,
the grocer, of 47 Hail avenue, was
seized yesterday by a representative
of the sheriff's office. Abont a year
ago BnyDofski gave a contract to the
firm of Obnck & lltricki, which lmB
since been dissolved, to erect a store
house in the yard in the rear of his
establishment. Shortly after the
completion of the work the contract
ors sent in a bill for the work, wnich
was paid.
A few months ago Buynofski re
ceived a bill from Thomas Laugau for
the lumber used in the construction
of the bnilding. Buynofksi refused
to pay this bocanse he had been under
the impression the cost of the lumber
as included in the contract price. Mr.
Laugau brought suit against Bnynof
ski for the amount and judgment was
awarded, it is reported, in Mr. Lang
an’s favor. The sheriff is still in
charge of Buynofski's place. Buynof
ski threatens to bring snit against the
firm who did the work for him and
has, it is said, retained John W.
kApIrmnn tn look after his interests.
HATHAWAY HAS BEEN
RELEASED ON BAIL.
Charles Hathaway, who is accused
of shooting John Hennessey, of the
crew of the Ganoga, was released
under $500 bonds yesterday afternoon
by Recorder Pickcrsgill. Hennessey
was pronounced out of danger yester
day by Drs. W. E. Ramsay and F. C.
Henry.
Hot chocolate, 5c a cup. Soxtop’s
iJrug store. 4518-12-2H-tf adv
Mr;. Hull Is Burled.
The body of Mrs. Peter Hull, who.
as told in yesterday’s News, died in
Philadelphia, where she had resided
for several years, arrived in this city
at 1.28 o’clock this afternoon via the
Pennslvvauia railroad. She will he
bnried in tiio Hnll family plot in
Alpine cemetery. A number of rela
tives accomnaniod the body.
If you are out of work put an ad.
in the Evening News, it will cost you
nothing.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
We have a tine selected stock of Perfumes
Toilet articles etc., high grade Cigars,
put up in attractive packages.
CAMPBELL’S PHARMACY,
Cor. State and Washington Sts. Te). SOL.
OSCAR SHROEDER
47 Smith Street
Family Wine and Liquor Store.
Established 1880.
i
PROVISIONS
LOADED ON
A TUG BOAT.
Trouble at Port Reading Said to
be Increasing -Company
Gets Ready.
AWAITS DEVELOPMENTS
Company Said to be Preparing to Put Ether
Men to Work in Which Case There Pro
mlses to be Mare Trouble—Tug Boat
Captain in this City Last Night Buying
Provisions.
Tlic tremble in the yard of the P. &
R. Railroad, at Port Reading, is said
to be increasing instead of decreasing,
and it is declared tlinl if the railroad
company carries ont the plans it now
lias under consideration, there will be
trouble.
This morning n number of the day
men did not go to work. They all
belonged to the Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen and it is necessary for
them to strike together. The P. &
R., itds said, is fitting out one of
their tug boats in this port with
enough provisions to last Borne time.
These will be 6ent to Port Reading
this afternoon. Jfen from other places
will be pnt to work, it is Buid. This
will cause more trouble it is feared,
as all the day men will then quit.
Pianos. Cash or time at the old
stand. Peder Olsen, 86 Smitn st.
5536-9.19-2t-e.w-tf
Classified ads. on page 2.
•V
1000 of ourLiquor Stores and
we arc still prepared to sup
ply all who give us a call
until New Years.
The Little Liquor Store
which wo offer at 1.00 is de
scribed below.
I Bot. Balt. Rye.
I “ Imp. Cognac.
I “ Cal. Port Wine.
I “ “ Sherry.
.Cannot be Equalled.
"
Perth Amboy Wine
& Liquor Warehouse
332 Stats St.
Cor. Commerce Tel. 80-W
Free Delivery
*
DISCHARGE
FOR HACERTV.
Old Soldier Buried in Potter
Field New Brunswick Re
ceives Attention.
BODY TO BE MOVED.
Commander Samnel G. Garretson,
of Major Dandy Post, G. A. R., lias
received from the adjutant general of
the G. A. K. tor the State of New
Jersey, a certified duplicate of the
honorable discharge of Charles Hager
ty, the old veteran, a member of the
Woodbndge post, who died in New
Brunswick a short time ago. This
duplicate is necessary in order that
the $50 may be secured which is given
by the State to provide for the burial
of veterans, whose next of kin cannot
afford to bury. Of this money $55 is
for the foneral and $15 for the head
stone. It is necessary to produce the
man’s discharge before this can be
procured, through the Board of
County Freenolders, and Hagerty’s
discharge had been lost some time
ago. As soon as he learned of this,
Mr. Garretson wrote to the adjutant
general and the duplicate is the result.
Hagerty is now buried in Potter field,
New Brunswick. Ab soon as the
woather permits the body will be
brought to the soldier’s plot in Alpine
cemetery.
dividincThe tract
INTO BUILDING LOTS.
Forrest L, Smith, the city surveyor,
is now bnsily engaged in drawing
plans of the Westminster tract of land.
The land is to be divided off into lots
of certain sizes and sold.
Sewing machines for sale by Peder
Olsen, SO Smith st.
3526a-9-10-2t-o. w.tf
For the Hospital.
Samuel G. Garretson acknowledges
the receipt of $1.16 from the Krogl)
Tooth Powder Company, which con
cern agreed to give 10 per cent, of
their sales for a certain length of
time, to the hospital.
Baptist Church.
The prayer meeting of the First
Baptist church will t-e held in the
chapel at 7.46 o’clock tonight. The
subject will be, “Closing the Old
Year, Right with God and Man.”
Steamer Expected Tonight.
The steamship Fortnna, Captain
John Hanson, commander, from Trini
dad, with a cargo of cinde asphalt, is
dne at the Barber Asphalt Works to
night.
Meeting Was Postponed.
The Lyrio Mandolin Club did not
hold their weekly meetirg in the
Schener building last night. A num
ber of the members had other business
to attend to and the meeting was
postponed until next week.
Feception Friday Night.
Profs. Ross & Keefer will give a
reception in the Schener Building,
Friday night to tneir dancing class
and their triends. Dancing com
mences at S o'clock sharp.
F.J. LARKIN, 35T STATE Street,
will do plumbing, steam, hot water
and hot air heating on monthly pay
ments.
Bargains in real estate are to be
found in the real estate oolumn or
cage 2.
READ THIS
11 i* a Snap.
Ri^ht opposite a * bool, on the trolley.
A brick two st»»rv bouse for >1600, let
50x100, t3rm* $‘200 cash, balance $10
month ya‘5 per cent lute rest come quick.
NIELSEN BROS 122 Smith St
DANISH M. E.
ENTERTAINED.
Sunday School Scholars Hold
Christmas Anniversary
Exercises.
PLEASINC PROCRAM.
The Danish Methodist Sunday school
pupils and their friends crowded the
church last night at their annual fes
tival and distribution of presents.
The interior of the edifice had been
very tastefully decorated and the
Christmas tree stood on the pulpit.
Those on the program, which was
published in Monday’s News, ac
quitted themselves very creditably
and the entertainment was most grati
fying to the pastor, teachers, and to
the pupils themselveB. The children
received pretty gifts and boxes of
candv.
THESE CHILDREN WILL
CELEBRATE TONICHT.

The Sunday school of Our Savnur'sl
Danish Lutheran church will hold its
annual Christmas entertainment to
night. There will be a Christmas
tree, songs and recitations will be the 1
features. The children will receive 1
presents besides candy and fruit. 1
ENTERTAINED COMMITTEE.
__ i
Miss Ella Kent had as Her Guests Members
of Retiring Social Committee. i
Miss Ella Kent entertained the 1
members of the retiring social com
mittee of the Y. P. S. 0. E., of the ■
FirBt Presbyterian church, last n'glit 1
at her residence, 94 Gordon street. A
bonntifnl supper w«b served and, fol- |
lowing this, an enjoyable social time I
was held until a seasonable hour.
AT THE FAIRFIELD SCHOOL.
The entertainment at the Fairfield <
school honso last Saturday night was ]
verv successfnl, the little children did i
their part very well. Willard Dun- ,
ham was among those who recited. ,
A box of candy was distributed amoDg ]
all the children. Teachers received j
many beantifnl presents from the i
Buiuiai;. «
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Case Again Postponed. I
- 1
The snit brought against J. Slobo- ,
dien and Bro., the shoe dealers, of 126
Smith street, by Joseph Bruek and
other dealers in this city, to recover
the $100 forfeit when the defendants
started to give away trading stamps,
with pnrenases, was set down for this ]
morning in the district court, but was s
postponed nutil next Wednesday. r
Monthly Social.
Grace English Lutheran church will
hold their monthly social on New a
Year's eve at the home of Mr. Oliver
Miller, 43 Johnstone street, opposite
the Holy Cross Episcopal church. Ail
Irionds and members of the church >
ore cordially invited to be present.
Regular Dinner - 35c
It's worth all it costs at
M&STE BISON'S
RESTAURANT.
Adjoining Hotel Central. Tel. 162 W
coup c5~n7
CUT THIS OUT.
A REDUCTION IN PRICES
cu BICYCLES
uutil ,Hu. 1st.
Guaranteed Bi
cycles, $14.50.
Best makes with
Hartford Tires.
$13 50, at 3::G
State A.
JKNSEX, Sew
ing Machine and
Bicycle Dealer.
Duffy’s Pure Malt Whiskey 75e
Hunter, Wil* >n, Old Crow, Dewar’* Scotch, Danville's Irish. 1.00 per bottle,
Hass Aie on draught, Special quotations on all Liquors
■ ■ Uinrunc nil V Pennsylvania Hotel, f elcphoue 80 L T
LAVVliCIlUC UAL! Perth Amboy, X. ,1,_ei
DANA HAD A
MERRY TIME.
Save the Children a Christmas
Celebration Last Night -
Many Were There.
PRESENTS FOR ALL
Hall was Considered Too Small for. a Tree
but the Happy Time was Had Just the
Same—After the Little Ones Were Ta
ken Home the Entertainment for Older
Folk Began.
The children of the members of
Dana SiDging Society had their
Christmas tree festival in Dana Hall,
aet night. The little ones with their
Barents began to gatlier at the hall as
-arly as T.30 o’clock. Games and
imBic passed the first two hours away
ind at 10.30 o’clock the children were
riven a present of some kind. As
Dana Hall is not very large, it was
lecided not to put np a Christmas
ree, as the place would not then be
■omforrable, bnt the little ones were
riven all the candy, oranges, nuts
;tc., that they conld eat, and they all
lad as good a time as if there was a
ree. At 11 o’clock two tables were
let with all the good things possible
md everyone enjoyed a good sapper.
Vfter the snDper had been served
nest of the little children were taken
lome Ttie older folks, who stayed,
vere given a great treat when Miss
lilda Peterson, sang a Danish song.
She was loudly applauded. The floor
vas cleared and the crowd danoed for
in lionr by music furnished by a
■oung lady who played the piano. At
o'clock the last of the crowd left for
Lome. „
SPECIAL^'SERVICE?*^
AT SIMPSON M. E.
Miss Annie Agnes Smith will con
uct evangelistic services in Simpson
1. E. church, beginning next Sunday
norning with a love feast at 9.30 a.
n. There will be a special song ser
ies every evening except Saturday,
t is expected that Miss Smith, who
s a well known worker along these
ines, will be here for two or three
reeks. She commoted services under
lie auspices of the W. C. T. U. in
ietliei M. E. church, in Tottenville,
ist Samlav. The public are invited
3 attend those services.
Official Board Meets.
The official hoard of Simpson M. E.
hnrch will meet at the home of Mr.
ames Schoonover, in State street, at
o’clock tonight. As this is the last
leeting of tne vear, it will be a very
mportant one.
8000 GIVEN AWAY.
nd we will still continue to give a bottle
!' Port or Sherry Wine to each purchaser
f 5Uc or over until 1904.
HOTEL CENTRAL
The Keliahle Wine and Liquor House
. Spitztr, prop. cor. Smith and State sts
Tel. 102 w. Established 1899:
WEATHER.
The New York Herald forecast Is: for
Itursday, fair and colder and, fresh west
■ly winds followed by rising temperature.
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