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I SOUTH IBBOY.
i 'Soulh A«nh,tt i\°mPMt waK ‘•nusod I ,..^Jx.^,nl><?y Wednesday among Hi i 11 ^ i ’n family of Churls K*' ' U Bo.rdent„wn av.muo. Mi w£n 1 u'employe,1 by Stillwell , 'indorlaket-H, and his son I Per*l?J Ad th‘‘ ('“b|e Works a Hon h aI1, ,OV , Tlu> *Tporl came t Cal w i,OV,U';" l>,,*l<'1' at th non n.^i°rhH hu<’ l‘*Plode(l and Bet JOtt and several others were kill • ?hm.rin"U,'°1U' 1 "nvev eil , |, wTJr 8 n°WK Ml Beimell s moth iVE? **c®rtalnlng If the repo, °r not This threw Mr, '?||S2SL-.1“ ", tremendous state „f c, ■(J2hhl, Jnd K,H' Quickly comm util §m .Kg* the report to her husband. M, Mason, on hearing Ihe report, wa sssasw^'10- wi,h ih-«" * »r» SM the "Oiks, when h u,d *^at Mr Bennett was run I,lln* machine aa usual. mm .MB FOH OBHKKVATION As next Tuesday night was sc apart as the time for a hearing oi «.n an.K lihe franchise for the so SH™ trolley loop down Bordeniuwi *D»nue and Broadway to John street as* Present fall of snow seems oppot ■BHne At this time as the people authorities of the borough hue opportunity of judging th. ^Knent^ that, would he derived Iron IllBEy ® two trolley tracks inniilnv a single street in the Imrough ■imyg J' eminntl s»,n„|(| no| neglect t(. Make an observation at tills time ami ■ tueu vote accordingly. ANOTHKK AMIHK.MKNT. The Theatorlum, In David street, adjoining the t’ommerelal Hotel, was Opened for business on Thursday night. This amusement appears to bo Very popular and well patronized 111 several of the towns anil cities In Middlesex county. There is a similar place of amusement in Perth Amboy, ■ where It Is termed Nidlet, and one was Omened in New Brunswick Wed nesday of last week. South Amboy Threti close to the lead In planes of tliusemeut if she does not in any itther things. p jPUISaNT PLAINS. S •JUNIOR LEAGUE ENTERTAINED. , The Junior Bpworth League, of St. Mark’s church, held all entertain ment and reception lu the lecture room of the church last night. A number of members of the league and thu members of the church were present. Austin E. Armstrong, hum ■ orous Impersonator of New York city, Kave an excellent evening's entertain ment. Ice cream and cake were sold mid a neat sum will be realized from this most successful affair. The pro ceeds will be given In aid of the church debt. MISSION STUDY CLASS. Preparations are complete for tin debate of the Mission Study Class in St. Mark's M. E. church tonight at 7:30 o'clock. The subject of the de bate is "Should Immigrants lie allow ed to come to ibis country, who cati uot j-pad and write their name In thelR own language.” Alt excellent program has hern arranged by the committee in charge. Refreshments and a social time will follow the de bate. Ii is expected that a large number will be present. ARRANGEMENTS COR EUCHRE. Arrangements are now complete for the charity euchre to be given un der the auspices of the Ladies’ Social Union, of this place, at the home of Mrs. Emil .lost, in Amboy avenue, to morrow night. Several handsome prizes that, have been secured will be given the successful one at eards. A number of tickets have been sold, which assures* the success of the af k fair. The tickets are twenty-five I cents and can be procured from any 3 of the members. 1 REVIVAL SERVICES. H The.revival services conducted by » Rev. I." B. Walters, pastor, In tbe A. M.' E. Zion church nightly, have been largely attended and are meeting ;'i with great success. The meetings have been very enthusiastic so far. .Spvflrnl havp jrnnp fnrwiirH P«r*h and taken a stand for a Christian life. Rev. J. B. J. Rhodes, pastor of St. Mark’s, has assisted at several of the meetings. The choir has assisted “ with the music and singing. LOCAL ITEMS. jff vjj, Sleighing is fine anil a large nnm p;V ■pbcr from here have taken advantage °f 'he Winter sport and Were out en ’ joying it yesterday. The public school here will be closed on Tuesday, February 12, Liu : cola’s birthday, and also Friday, Feb , ruary 22, Washington's birthday. Frank Oochsli, of Sharrott road, ■ lias entirely recovered from Ills re | ■ cent illness. Several of the young people from . here joined the ilunclug class In Knights of Pythias hall, Tottenvllle, >,' last night. Mrs. Cornelius Latourcttc has re *a>.. covered from a recent attack of tin ■ grip. Sharrott Brothers, hay, feed and lee dealers, were cutting Ice from 1 their pond near Bay view avenue, yes ■ ? terduy. Miss Emma Burgess, of Brooklyn Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mortlmei L.iForge, in Pleasant Plains avenue. The next meeting of the Ladies’ ’ Aid Society will be held In the ladies parlor of St. Murk’s M. E. church Wednesday afternoon at 2:20 o'clock. “Want” advs. for the EVENING NEWS received at F. Klllenbergcr’a store. 247 Smith street. -d—d*-d- * +■+■+ ■* d- d--d—d-d L. PERELMAN JEWELER «■ . ■) *• Stato and Smith Streets h k ■ ■ H J. Cor. New Brunswick Ave., j HM* 5 - i ■* + + + ♦“+ +- + •<* ♦ j j SOUTH UBOY. JEROME ALLEN BEAD. 'i j Jerome Allen, who was OfflplOvei "I by the Raritan River Railroad Com B puny ns a telegraph Operator and whi '• j for it nntnUer of yearn boarded will , Mrs, Jonathan Compton. In Borden a: trt#li avenue, died at his home a t 1 Spring Lake Wednesday night of thb a I week. a I ___!_ IiOCAl, ITEMS. L*i A. Kern, of Morristown, I'atrld - J Pollett, of Red Marik, nhd F. \V t Clyde, of New York, were guestB a1 . the Hlppowah House this week. Captain George Sehenck, for man} - j years captain of the Camden and Am . hoy steam towing boats lhat wert s, formerly plying between New Bl'dllS -jwlek and New York, nhd lator wat • employed by the N. Y. & L. B. R. R - as gutemun at the First street cross Ing, Is lying very 1)/ at the home 01 his son-in-law. Frank Fisher, ir David street. i George Teeple, of Newark, It , spending a week with Mrs. Thonlat . | Havens, of George street. , Ernest Martin, who makes Ills , j home with James Briggs, and who formerly worked at l lie Standard | Terra Cotta Works in Perth Amboy before the plant went ill the hands Of ; the trust, Is now working In the P. R. R. yard, tit this place, ns brake man In ohe of the drill crews, Frank Stratton, of First street, has started In the fish buslm'sn and here after on Wednesdays and Fridays the an employed by him may bo seen vending the articles fresh from the sea. * Assemblyman E. E. Haines pre : sented Walter Slover with the legis lative manual. The manual is an In teresting nhd ItlstluhtlVe itobk and there am more of the doctor's friends In SOutll Ahibdy who would appre ciate this small knowledge token, but the doctor has Much a host of friends that It would be Impossible in this way for hint to remember all, Miss Anna Hagerhlan, Of N’eshanla. Is visiting Mr, and Mrs. James Briggr at BrOadWay anti George street. Mrs. llavld Schaeffer, of Mt. Holly,' Is spending a few days with Mrs Janies Briggs, in BrOutfway. Mrs. John Askins and sou. of Perth Amboy, are visiting her parents, Mr. ! and Mrs. Hloodgotid, of George street. Dr. Meathallt is now occupying his | new ahd commodious dwelling at j Stevens aVenue anti Augusta street, having hiOved into it about the fifth of the mouth. The doctor certainly I has a flue home and when spring opens and he gets the ground on which It stands graded and the grass growing upon It he will have a resi dence second to none In beauty and location in the borough. Mrs. Joseph Compton, of David street, wns n visitor at Elizabeth yes terday. Miss Lizzie Patterson, of George street, entertained a number of her friends Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, former ly of this borough, but now of Eliza beth, have had a very serious time during the past week. We learned j Thursday that all the family except Mr. Allen had been seriously ill. There will be a baptism In the Baptist church, at Stockton and Sec ond streets. Sunday night at 7:J0 | o'clock. The recipients are William j Sprawl and Miss Grace West, of George street. J Miss May Compton, daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton, of I Church street, has been very 111 for the past week with neuralgia of the j face. I ^ | HUGUENOT. 1 BEEF STEAK DINNER. A beef steak dinner was served at the Active Athletic Club house, in Prall avenue, this place, last Thurs day. The dinner was largely attend ed by the members and their friends. Many prominent citizens were pres ent, Including Alderman Cole. The dinner was under the personal super vision of Caterer Leslie Conners, and proved to be the most successful that he has prepared this season. After the dinner was over an exhibition was i given by several of the members and | visitors from other clubs on Staten j Island In boxing, swinging clubs, bar] practice and rings.' The evening was; pleasantly spout In singing and slot -1 I les until an early hour. Tho election «, ... __ . . i Ivi vuii/Vi a umw i uui\ |>iai uu i uir occasion, with the following result: | President, W. L. Conners; first vice ! president. Malvln Meakln; seeoud | vice president, August Boesch: secre 1 tary, \V. P. Kddy; treasurer, .1. A. Coley: sergeant-at-arms, Frank Schmidt; trustees. Charles P. Cole, lames Schmidt, H. C. Miller. Eden McDonald. George Huliu, Edward ; Greer, J. B. Kddy, James LaForge, U. S. Grant, Richard Llndstadt. The regular meeting of the club will he held at the club house tonight j at s o'clock. All members are re i quested to be present. Anpllcatlou blanks for membership can be obtain | ed from tho secretary. The assoela 'tlon has already begun preparations ; to make thts one of the best equipped : clubs on Staten Island to promote the interest in athletics and etc. ANNUAL DANCE. Arrangements have been complet ed for the first annual dance and re j ccptlon of the Atlas Fife and Bugle j corps, of Rossville. to be held in Henry Staudt's Shore road hall to morrow night. A special attraction of the evening will be a series of ■ moving pictures shown after each ! dance by John Finney, of Rossville. (The music will be furnished by Pro ' fessor Guttman, of Perth Amboy, i The members and the committee I have been kept on the hustle for the past few weeks to make this affair a ' success. They are leaving nothing ' undone to make this one of the events of the season. The committee In charge of the arrangements Is An ton Elsengrlen, chairman; H. Wog lom, Benjamin Hannah and R. F. Desendorf. The floor committee Is: (Manager, Thomas Skelly; assistants, ('. Wagner, W. Kell and A. Casparl. The tickets are twenty-five cents. ROCKEFELLER HASN’T GOT A .; DOLLAR, among his millions, that ! will buy mqre .WANT ADV. PUBLIC ■! ITY than your dollar—among your , j thousands, or hundreds, or dozens— will buy In this newspaper! ~y ■ j|l ROOSEVELT. | I “ COI NCII, MEETING. I The rt'gillill- Meeting of the Couunit was held at DOrOtrgh hall. Mayor ijlleridantl presided. Counellmen Den Ilea, Gerke, Nash and Wilhelm were j present. A communication was received from T. I.. Hlugg, asking that an or dinance be passed prohibiting liojs under u certain ago from carrying firearms, rifles), etc. The communica tion was referred to the police com mittee. Mayor Herman Informed the fin ance committee that the affairs be tween the borough and Woodbrldgo township would soon be settled. Collector Brady reported a balance of $4,§03.37 on hand exclusive of kehool funds. The full appropriation I of $13,000 has been transferred to I the school funds. The following bills were received laud ordered paid: j John Donovan, marshalofoDbvng iJohn Donovan .$ 60.00 JChas. A, Wailing. 60.00 Hussel Mllo3. 37.50 Hans Hanson . 120.70 Jas. A. Walsh . 26.00 N. J. State Board Guardians 6.66 Middlesex Water Co. 4.00 Mayor Herman moved that In pref erence to the present method of per centage of fines, the recorder be paid a fixed salury Of $300 for the first year. John Connolly was appointed over seer of the poor and L. Knelsler pound keeper. GAVE A RECEPTION. A reception in honor of the chris tening of ihelr son, David, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dubow. The ceremony was perform ed by Rabbi Klein, of New York. Among the guests were Morris Koses, M. Gutman. Joseph Korn. Jacob Steinberg. Mrs. J. Kaufman, Miss IJlv Shapiro and Benjamin Shapiro, of Hempstead, L. I., Thomas Shapiro and Herman Shapiro. NK.V TEACHER. Miss Johnson, of Elizabeth, has been appointed to (ill the vacancy | made by Miss Simpler, kindergarten i teacher of school No. 2. Miss Simp ler was obliged to resign her position on account of 111 health. .Miss cougn lln, third year teacher In the same schoo). has also resigned owing to the death of her mother. Margaret Slugg Is substituting until a teacher can be secured. LOCAL ITEMS. Valentine Glockner, of Rahway avenue, has been appointed recorder as successor to ,T. Slugg, whose term expired January 1. The supper and dance of the Ros ary Society, of St. Joseph's church, held last night In Nash's hall, was largely attended. There were a num ber of visitors from Elisabeth and Perth Amboy. Bright Eyes Council, Daughters of Pocahontas, will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday night. Feb ruary 11. There will he Initiation of six members from Port Reading and Carteret. Claude Gary lias resigned his posi tion at the United States Metal Ru nning Company and gone to Wash ington, D. C. Fred Rubeck has returned to his home in Mllltown. Mrs. J. Zsyer Is visiting her par ents in Woodbridge. Mrs. Mike Bolafsky Is visitiug rel atives in Perth Amboy. Harry Gould, of the United States Metal Refining Company has been spending a week in New* Brunswick. Mr. Sexton will succeed his uncle, the late M. J. Sexton, as proprietor of the Sexton House on Woodbridge avenue. Pride of Court Carteret Circle No. 3G5, Companions of the Forest, were the recipients of a handsome gilt framed mirror, the gift of Schcuer & Sons, of Perth Amboy. j LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. Berhenger is at New York visiting her sister, who is very sick. Mrs. J. O. Cozzena is mourning the loss of her little neks. Mrs. Jahnoil, of Main street. line I been on a visit at Mllltown at her daughter’s. \ii-u Annie Petty is mourn I UK thel death of her father. Mr. Newberry. | who whs killed by a freight at Bor dcntown. Miss White Is working again at j the Physical Culture office. Miss Bertha Soden has returned home after spending a week In New ark. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Dinkle are rejoicing over the birth of a son. Conard Petty has been confined to his borne with a sore throat. Miss Grace Petty, of Jamesburg, has resigned her position In the baker shop. William Sawyer and Mr. Bowne are storm stayed in New Brunswick. Miss Fisher sitent Monday with Mrs. J. Foley, of Main street. Mr. Roth and family have moved ! out of town. ) Harvey Soden has accepted work in the Bloomfield Mills. Mrs. Gear, of Milltown, was the j guest of her mother Sunday. Howard Brown and family, of Hel j metta, will soon move in one of Mr. j Cozzens' houses In Main street. A FINK PICTl'ltK FHKK. A collection of Charles Dana Gib son’s best drawings has been secured by the New York World for its read ers. These drawings have been re produced upon fine art paper, each suitable for framing, and are now be ing given away with the New York Sunday World. These drawings would sell in stores for no less than f>Oc each and often for »1.000. You may get them free with The Sunday World. Subscribe for the NEWS Masquerade* Ball of Dan Lodge No 90, D- B. $. To be held in D. B. S. Hall. PORT REAOING Saturday. Feb 23, 1907 Kach one must furnish their own suit., ' A,,.’-*.■ v •• »'■. .i ..w-1' . 'dm the best cigar you ever bought anywhere for 5c. in your life— a cigar that will give you as much enjoyment as you ever got from any of the old-fash toned 3-for-25c. brands. Black and White CIGAR 5c. is without exception the choicest Havana-Sumatra smoke ever offered at the price. Its smooth, mild, fragrant blend is enjoyed and recognized by smokers everywhere as the qual ity they’ve always had to pay double the price for formerly. 12,000 National Cigar Stands have lowered cigar prices by co-operating to produce and sell our own cigars direct to tne smokers. Ths best cigar, arc now .old in the 2,000 Drug Store. having the National Cigar Stand. Emblem in the window. i C. A. SEXTON I BARNEKOV & PETZ, 335 State St. I LOCAJL ITEMS. Miss Edith Whitney is ill nl her residence in Upper Green street. Miss Mlttic Randolph is ill at her home, in Rahway avenue, with a severe cold. At the bowling match on Monday evening between the Ildcran Outing Club, of Rahway, und the W. A. A. on tiie Wood bridge alleys, the Ilder ans beat the W. A. A. three games straight. The long talked of turkey supper in the Congregational church parlors will be given on Thursday evening, February 28. Miss Victoria Brown, of Green street, is ill with the whooping cough. The W. A. A. bowling team will bowl in Pel'll Amboy on the Blood good alleys on Wednesday evening, February 13, and on Thursday even ing. February 14, they will bowl the Oxfords, of Newark, on the Wood bridge alleys. . The Bridgo-lt Club was vjoyy pleas antly entertained at: the residence of Mrs. M. D. Valentine, in Green street. Professor F. G. Tindall Is 111 at Ills home in Green street. Miss hams Cutter is spending a few days out of towu. Miss Georgle Urokuw is ill with the grip at her residence in Sewaren. mi s. w. j. sntwan. oi Kanway avenue, spent Wednesday out of town. Mrs. John keck wood is ill with the grip at iter residence on Edgar’s Hill. Mrs. Gordon, of Rahway, was in town Wednesday. The Mission Study Class met last night nt. 8 o'clock at.the Methodist parsonage. The Junior keugtie entertainment in the M. E. church is Thursday eve ning. February "I. The Builders held a very pleasant meeting on Tuesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. I. T. Spencer, in Upper Main street. TOWN COMMITTEE MET. At (he regular meeting of the township committee, last, night, .1. S. Booiey. II. E. Bender, A. Coleman. F. R. Gee and C. S. Farrel were present. The report of Overseer of the Poor Delbold was received and filed with the clerk. The office of township physician, it war, moved and carried, will bo tend ered to Dr. Dovle at $100 per year, with etxru compensation for lockup cases or oilier duties outside the or dinary routin'- which includes regu lar township work, insane cases and poor farm attendance. It was decided on motion that $2,000 of the appropriation for ma 4,—+—+—+-+ -•M.-’H <■ t .|. ■]. j. ■ < . . ,, More l p-to~date than our competitors. ’ ■ Call and see for yourself.—- ■■ ^ Crainer's Private School i Scheuer Building Perth Amboy. |" ■ • ■ cudanilzing in 1907 be used to ma cadamize Wood bridge avenue from Avenel toward Keesville avenue, pro viding the county macadamize Aven el street, from Colonia station to Avenel station during the current year, and complete it to Leesvillc avenue the coming year, providing the funds are available. __ A communication from the Public Service Corporation was, on motion, received and filed with the clerk, who was directed to notify the Public Ser vice lo have a representative present at tbo next meeting' of the township committee. b TQTTENVILLE. | 1 w;yg; iK'inKin TO HOLD POOD SACK. A meeting ol' the Young People's Society, of the Church of St. Stephen, was held in the church last night. It was decided lo hold a food sale at the home of Mrs. Frank Jolino Saturday [afternoon, February i G, from - until li o'clock. All kinds of homemade bread, cakes and pies will be sold. PLKl'D DE CIS CCl'B. The members of the Fleur I)e OU Euchre Club were delightfully enter tained at the home of Mrs. Camile Oetaporte, in Broadway, veste'-oa' afternoon. The feature of the nfter noon was point euchre played for prizes. Refreshments were served. The following were awarded prizes for the curds: Mrs. J. E. Benz, first prize, lunch doth, and Mrs. William Bunnell, second, lunch cloth. Tlte uetx meeting will tie at the home of Mrs. A. M. Donaldson, in Broadway. W. O. W. MEETING. Richmond Camp No. 85, Woodmen of the World, held an important meeting in their rooms in the Leh man building last night. District Manager Alfred Stover, of Brooklyn, was present and made a few remarks on the good of the order. Three new members were elected and several applications were received. The com mittee on the recent prize euchre did not make their full report, as u num ber of tickets were still out. They will report at the next meeting. Plans wore started for a social time to he held at the next meeting, when it is expected a number of can didates will be Initiated. Two or three simple statements of fact—In a want ad.—may change and onlsrtre tlte whole outlook for you! FXI’HKHH MEN DINE. The annual M’mer of the United khii.k Express Company emu loves of Staten Island held at their club bouse in Tor'Pkinsville, lust week. Xearlv every member was present aud a line time wus hud by all Speeches were made by President | Culver, Vic e President Dudley and ! others. After the dinner, head driver \V .t. Alston was persented with ai medei for his efficient and skillful driving in taking the association to Great Kills/about two weeks ago. where they went on a clamming ex pedition. The elums used at this dinner were the ones that were caught at that time. They went from St. George to Great Kills In a large ally-ho. On the way down the tally ho was struck by a trolley car, and the quick wit of Mr. Alston prqjmbly saved them from serious injury- The officers of the association are H.'Cul ver, president: H. Dudley, vice presi dent; W. Crater, treasurer: W. Buck waiter, recording secretary; A. H. Smith, fmaudal secretary; F. Kindt, sergeant-at-arms, and W. .1. Alston, head driver. The following is a copy of the reso lutions given to Mr. Alston by the association: in memory of the expedition of the brave men who explored t-he untrod den beach of the. Great Kills danger ous marsh. It is resolved by the members to show their appreciation and thanks to their hero, W. J. Alton, by presenting to him this small token to commemorate his bravery in sav ing the lives of his party by his quick action in avoiding a great disaster. It was further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to each member of the expedition. The asso ciation will hnve another dinner and reception shortly. CASPER HCHMIEG DEAD. rnfitmt* Sphniiiur ttiYtV VPH TS Old. of Shore road, Krelschervllie, died yes terday at his home in that place after a brief Illness, following a stroke of apoplexy. The funeral will take place at St. Peter's German church, in Krelschervllie, 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon. Rev. Jacob Ganns, pas tor of the church, will officiate. He is survived by a widow and six chil dren, five daughters and one sou, Mrs. Rose Becker, Mrs. Anton Wan ier. Mrs. Rena Boenlnghoff. Miss Freda and Miss Edith Schmleg and Henry Schmyig. APPEAR TO REGIHRATCKE. At last the women teachers of the public schools have appealed to the legislature in regard to their tight for equalization of salaries. The bill, prepared by the Interborough Asso ciation of Women Teachers, which seeks to fix salaries for the position irrespective of the sex of the teach ers, was introduced into the senate Wednesday by Senator McCarren, of Brooklyn. The bill is now before the legislature and its success or failure depends upon, the activity of (he teachers throughout the entire great er city. EXCISE CASKS KM). The last of the excise cases that have been pending for some time came up in the Court of Special Ses sions, in New Brighton, yesterday morning. Tills ease was that of Henry Becker, the,bartender who was arrested last July for selling drinks at the Ferry hotel, in Bentley street, on a Sunday without; serviug a meal. For lack of evidence he was dis charged. ROCAR TTKMS. D. 1., Wooicvfir, of Tyrrell street, has returned home after a few days spent in Philadelphia. Janies Pearsall, of Fisher avenue, has resigned IiIh position at the S. S. White Dental Works, in Princes Bay, and now has a position in Manhattan. Joseph Gillis, of Groat Kills, was a local visitor yesterday. Mrs. Edward Hogan, of Wood ave ntwt iu ulnu'lv WK'fmirlmr from Iwtr recent illness. • A meeting of United Council, Jun ior Order of American Mechanics, was held in their hall last night. Welcomo Council No. JO, Daugh ters of America, meets tonight. Richmond Lodge No. 80, Kuights of Pythias, will confer the degree of kulgiit on several candidates at their meeting tonight. Edward Lapointe, of William street, has recovered from his recent Illness. A meeting of the BeJ.hel Brother hood was held in the lecture rooty of the church last night. The extra horses that have been stationed at the house of 101 truck, In Broadway, this place, to help pull the apparatus through the deep snow In case of an alarm of Are, have been done away with as the streets have been all broken through and are in fair condition. The three horses sta tioned there will be all that are nec essary to pull the truck. William Bloodgood, of Johnson avenue, took the mental examination for the position of tlremnn in the fire department of the city of New York yesterday. Mr. Bloodgood passed the examination for patrolman success fully at the last examination and Is now on the list. About twenty-five joined Lite danc ing class organized by Mrs. M. E. Z, Anderson, of New Dorp, in Knights of Pythias hall, last night. The class begins at 8 o’clock and contin ues until 11 o'clock Thursday night. The music is furnished by Mrs. Stein, of AUnudale. Huguenot Lodge No. 381, F. and A. M., held a stated communication In their rooms in K. of P. hull last night. The degree of entered ap prentice was conferred upon one new candidate* Worshipful Master Jacob Velton presided in the east. Mr. and Mrs- ,Martin Fisher and Miss Ella Miller, of this place, will attend the redeptfon nhd entertain ment of the Mercantile Agents Mut ual Benefit, Association at the Lexing ton avenue Opera House, in Manhat tan, tonight. Mrs. Henry Schneider and Mrs. 'Rudolph Hoehn attended the meeting and practice of the Southfield Ladles' Bowling Club at Bamberger's, In Elt ingviile, yesterday afternoon. Sever al high scores were recorded. Miss Mnbei Skidnlwrc, of Center street, took a party out for a sleigh ride on Wednesday. Those in the party were the Misses Lillian Krause, Lena Hoehn, Agnes Voss and Stella l Bedell. \.r • - - - Hay Health Hi !i' Mia* Fannie MeWnmee. RESTORES your HAIR to Hs NATURAL COLOR. Mies Fannie MeWnmee. Lake Geneva, Win., writes of HAIR HEALTH: “My hair had been gray ever since 1 was sixteen years old. It started to get gray right on the crown of my head, was dry and full of dandruff, and my sealr> Itched dreadfully. I used HAIR HEALTH according to directions, and my hair is now soft and glossy, and very few gray hairs left. I do not think I could get along without HAIR HEALTH now, for it is such a fine hair dressing. Guaranteed perfectly pure. j PhMo-?*ay Poor. r,„ Newer],-. N. J. 1 SHEPHERDS OP BETHLEHEM. Slal* of Century Lodge No. 2C, Shepherds of Bethlehem, will eelo brate Its second anniversary with a masquerade ball at Rachmann's the atre Monday night, February 11, Lin coln’s birthday eve. Dancing will commence at S o'clock and continue .....ii .. .. Ar..n</. ...in i>.. nished by Professor Steer. Tickets are fifty cents. The committee t>f ar rangements is J. Jose, chairman; James Mullin, assistant; Emily Young, secretary: Margaret Mat thews, treasurer; Mrs. J. Mullin, Mrs: K. Young. Miss M. Holton, Mrs. B. Ruberto, T. Manning, Miss L. Heid ler and Miss C. Conine. Prizes will be awarded to the most handsomely costumed lady and gentleman and the most comical lady and gentleman. It is expected that a number of visit ing Shepherds will be present on this occasion. GIVE EXHIBITION. An exhibition will be given In the German Club rooms tonight by the Yule University gymnastic team un der tho auspices of the General asso ciation, of the Curtis high school. An interesting program has been ar ranged. The price of admission Is fifty cents. All seats are reserved. An informal reception to the team will follow the exhibition. There will be dancing until 12 o’clock. Tho • mpnager of the team is 1’. A. Druck 11(1). formerly of the Staten Island Academy, from which ho was grad uated four years ago. Ho will be un able to perform himself owing to tin injury to his back that lie received some time ago. AQCKHONGA CM B MEETING. The regular monthly meeting of the Aquehonga Athletic Club was held in their club house, in Garret son avenue, last night. A number of tho members were present. Two new members were added to the roll and several applications were received. The committee reported the smoker held in Knights of Pythias hall Tues day night as one of the most success ful affairs the club has ever hold In that line. KILLED AT ST. GEOKGE. James morris, twent-ybour years old, of Clifton, a brakeman employed by the Staten Island Rapid Transit, was run over and instantly killed in tho freight yard at St. George early this morning. aud iu cvm y uuiun. STATEN ISLAND RAPID TRANSIT R’Y. TIWB TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1D0(I. Perth Amboy to Now York:—5:10. 6:10, 7:00, 7:30. 7:30, 8:00, 8:00. 8:53, 9:52, 10:52, 11:48 a.m., 12:48, 1:53, 2:63, 3:35. 4:33, 5:33, 6:35, 7:55, 8:05, 10:18. 11:18 p.m. Sundays and Legal Holiday*. 6:15, 7:47, 8:47, 9:47, 10:47, 11:47 a.m., '2:47. 1:47. 2:47, 3:43, 4:43. 5:43, 0:43. 8:10, 9:40 (11:18 p. in. Holidays only). _ New York to Perth Amboy:—6:00. 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 Am.. 13:00 in., 1:00, 2:00, 2:40, 3:40, 4:40. 5:16, 5:30. 5:45, 6:’5, 0:80, 7:10, 10:00, 11:80 p. in 18.80 a. in. Sundays and Legal Holiday*. 7:30, 9:00, 10:00. 11:00 Am.. 12:00 m . 7-0°. 2 00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00. 7:00, 8:CP, 0:80, 11:00 p. iu. 112:30 a. in. Holidays 00 ly). FERRY BETWEEN PERTH AMBOY T AND TOTTEN VILLE. Leave Perth Amboy dully:—5:10, 6:10. 6:32, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:52. 9:52, 10:25, 10:o2, 11:20, 11:48 a.m., 12:20, 12:48, 1:25, 1 :53, 2:20, 2:53, 3:35, 4:00, 4:33, 5:00, f-,33!, 6:10o 6:3B. V:t»n. 7:24. 7:66, 8:06, ln.18, 11:18 p.m., 12:50 a.m. . ,tun„<lavs B,'<i Legal Holiday*. 6.16, 6:4a, 7:47, 8:20, 8:47, 9:47, 10:47. 11:20, 1 1:47 a.m.. 12:20, 12:47, 1:20, 1 -47 2;20, 2:47, 3:20, 3:43, 4:20, 4:43, 5:20, ei?°;»6:+3' 7:30' 8:10' 8:<5- >;4° 10.JO, 11:18 p.m. . IieaI'0, 'i’ottenvllle dally:—1:33, 6:55, 6:22, 6:42, 7:10, 7:45, 8:12, 9:06, 10:05 i LV06, 11:30 an>, 12:05. 12:30. i .,5, ,1:35' 2:0r’- 2:30, 3:05, 3:43, 4-10 ’ 4:4ft, 5:15, 5:4), 0:83, 6:50. 7;14. 7:88 8 AS i »:«. 11:»3 p.m., 12:33, 1:33 Am. ' ’ c.»nu"^a,>9 Legal Holiday*. 6.30, 7:16, 8:00, R:3J>. *9 • 9f, lft-ftK 11:06, 11:30 a.m., 12:05, 12:30,’*1 :*05* 1:30* 3:05, 3;30, 4:06, 4:30* 5:06^ «A°2’ 6:05, 6:30, 7:05, 7:46, 8 18* 9 DE* 10:00. 10 36 p.m., 12:03 am * QBORob j. 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