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j PERTH AMBOY EVENING NEWS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1907.
1 IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS KEYSTONES STILLLEAD. local Bowlers Win Two Out of Three Games in Junior , Interstate league. Ia the Interstate Junior League games last night ftt Tottenviilo the Keystones, of this city, defe-tal the Aquehongas' second team, of Totten vllle, two out of three games. The Alpines and Amicitias’ second teams did not bowl owing to the fact that the Alpines did not appear. In accordance with the rules of ithe league the team not bolng able to ap pear must send notice to that effect twenty-four hours before the time for the match. Consequently the Al pines, it is claimed, lost three games last night and the Amicitias, of Pleas ant Plains, are credited with winning three games. j. The scores were: Keystones vs. Aqueliongas “ KEYSTONES. Bunten . 206 144 190 Eyerkuss ..168 120 218 Mallet . 151 174 209 Gray . 143 168 144 Golden .150 15 2 13 .> 818 74)8 947 AQUEHONGAS. Ryder .212 154 189 Hodge . ..130 156 141 Christensen.167 124 207 Little . 169 153 97 • Cole . 188 162 131 866 749 758 The next Junior league games will be bowled February 14. when the Keystones and Aquehongas will bowl at Bloodgood’s alleys, and the Alpines and Amicitias at Kirby's alleys. __ TIME OK HIGH WATER. A Vt W Feb. 5— 11:54 . 12:03 6— 12:56 1:04 1— 2:06 2:20 8— 3:19 3:48 9— 4:27 5:04 10— 5:28 6:07 11— 6:24 7:01 1?— - -7r*6 — 7:51 JUNIOR BOWLING LEAGUE. t Won Lost P.C Keystones .19 11 .633 Amlcltlas’ 2d ...17 13 .567 Aquehongas’ 2d .14 16 • .4 67 Alpines’ 2d . 10 20 .333 INTERSTATE LEAGUE STANDING. Won Lost P.C. Amicitias .11 9 .550 Aquehongas ....10 10 ' .500 Alpines . 9 11 .450 AT BLOODGOOD’S ALLEYS. 8. Yates rolled 195 last night on Bloodgood's alleys. Pennsylvania Baseball League. SHAMOKIN, Feb. 8:—Umpire John Kelley, of last year’s Tri-State league, may not go to New England to umpire next season. He began a movement here yesterday for a Penn sylvania league, designed to be under Class C protection. An eight club circuit would be formed from the fol lowing towns: Shamokin, Pottsvill'e, Hazleton. Allentown, Mt. Carmol, Sunbury, Milton, Bloomsbu.rg, Ma honey City and Shenandoah. Shenan doah, Mt. Carmel, Shamokin and pos sibly Mahony City can play Sunday ball. Kalcm to Have Baseball Team. SALEM, Feb: 8:—Salem Is assur ed of a baseball team for the coming season, grounds having been rented this week adjoining the Salem Horse Show and Athletic Association’s track. Tne young men wno nave tne matter in charge are arranging for a play which will be given in the op era house to raise a fund to pay for erecting fences, grand stand, etc. The old diamond which has been located on Wesley street for a great many years will, be abandoned. Chronic Constipation Cured. One who suffers from chronic con stipation is in danger of many seri ous ailments. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liv er and bowels, restoring the natural action of these -organs. Commence taking It today and you will feei bet tor at once, Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take. Refuse sub stitutes. Sexton’s Pharmacy. M-W-F Who Slioifld Write Our Stories? * The Love story—Twain. The English Story—London. The Tearful Story—Paine. The Creditor’s Story—Hope. The Hairy Story—Howells. The Newly Wed Story— Batcheiior. The Young Bud Story- Flower. The Sarensttr Stofy—Cutting.—Life. Foley’s Hopey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and eppels the cold from the system as it is mildly laxative. It is guaranteed. The genuine is in the yellow pa ' ‘'Want” advs. lor the/EVENING NEWS received at F. Kiljlenberger * •tore, 247 Smith streafr/ CONCANNON BESTSDUFFV. Woodbridge Player Distances Hoboken Champion and The Purse is Divided Equally. In the last game of the pool tour nament at Kirby’s parlors last night Concannon defeated Duffy by a score of 125 to 80. The three men are now tied, as they were in the recent tbstate championship games at Tren ton, each man having won and lost a game, and the money was divided equally among them. In the first game’ Duffy defeated Ralph, thd Hightstown poOl artist. In the sec ond game Ralph defeated Concannon, and last night Concannon defeated Duffy. The scores by frames last night were: Concannon—10, 0, 15, 12, 6, 5, 1, 14, 3, 14, 12, 7, 15, 9. 4. Duffy—4, 15, 0, 2, 9, 10, 13, 1, 1 2, 1, 3, 8, 0, 6, 2, Scratches—Concannon, 2; Duffy, 3. The $75 prize money was spilt, as no further games could be played, be cause the championship Brtinswlek Balke-Collender table had to be sent back to New York. Concannon had money on hand to bind a match with Ralph, but the lat ter was not present and, when called up by telephone, said he would be willing to play, in accordance with hfs challenge, but could not set any defi nite date now. BASKETBALL GAME. The St. Peter’s basketball team, of New Brighton, will play against the Knights of Pythias five, of Totten ville tomorrow night at K. of Hall in Tottenville. HIGH SCORES AT UfOPIA. High scores on the Utopia alleys l-nel nlo-Kl nravn. IP rini.o-ni 1(11 t Ul 179; W. Jones, 193; Brown, IS7; A. Olsen, 187, 183. 179; J. Dwyer, 1*2; J. Olsen, 182. AMICITIA8 IN’ FORM. High scores on the Amicltias’ al leys at Pleas<fciU.-Plains_ last night, were: P. Mltterway, 2 23; W. Walk, 220; A. Cawse, 211; Benish, 198. BOYS’ CLASS PRACTICE. The boys’ class of the Danish Soci able Club practiced in the club rooms last night. The younger members of the club will meet tonight. HIGH MEN’ AT KIRBV’S. High scores at Kirby’s all .‘.vs last, night were: F. Beatty, 227, 177, 210; 0. Jaycox, 198, 190; J. Dwyer, 18 7, 213; H. Albright, 181, 185, 183, EAGLES IN’ PRACTICE. The Eagle Athletic Club howlers will practice tonight on Bohnsack's alleys. -1 LEADERS AT EMIL’S. G. Olsen rolled 187 and E. Bohn sack 185, last night on Bohnsack’s al leys. ALPINES ROLL TONIGHT. The Alpine bowlers will practice tonight on Kirby’s alleys. lat Grippe and Pneumonia. Foley's Honey and Tar cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneu monia. Refuse any but the genuine In the yellow package. Sexton’s Phar macy. M-WF Half-Witted English ‘Society." Llterulure, art, love and sport, each has Its group of knaves, who ark knowledge tlial our "society” is little else than half-witted. During the last quarter of a century "society” in England has lost over a hundred mil lions In the city, ana has received six pence on the pound as a commission on the transaction.—London Truth. American Ahead, as Usual. After 17 years’ striving tirelessly to invent a mechanical device which ex perts told him was impossible, Joseph Petrillo, of Boston, has succeeded In inventing the long-sought-for “one wheel quarter-hour striker” for clocks. For a century skilled workmen from all over the world have been at work trying to accomplish this striker. Model School Children. A Northampton (Eng.) family, whose five children won 35 scholar ship medals, recently set up a claim for tho British record in that line. Now, however, a Loudon family re ports 36 secured by six child pupils, of whom three also gained London county council scholarships before any one of them was 12 years old. Easing the Poroue Plaster. Before having a plaster applied to the back or chest one should take a deep breath and hold it while the plaster Is being put on. If this is done tiie patient will not be aunoyed by that drawing of the skin which is so unpleasant a feature when the plas ter is ordinarily applied. Largest circulation—eirougn «al& DWYER WINS AT UTOPIA ALLEYS A. Olsen Second and Peterson Third In Monthly Rolling . at Switzer s. Spts DWYER WINS In the monthly rolling for prizes last;»ii£ht at the Utopia alleys John ny Dwyer won first pjrlze, $5, with a scori of 172. The second prize of $:! was,Avon by A. Olsen, who rolled 162. The Third prize of $2 was won by P. Peterson, with a score of 156. Other prize game scores were: J. Conover, 155; E. J. Olsen, 152; F. S. Clausen, 148; W. 'Jones, 118. ’ NELSON'S HAT TALK. Rattling Tells His Real Name in Dear Old England, Th<j American prize ring has boast ed of'Phampipas In every class; light ers who have become statesmen, suc cessful merchants or near-million aires, but until Battling Nelson step ped Into England the profession has never realized what a beautiful col lection of thought gems were clus tered In Bat’s dome. When it comes to giving out exclusive statenmets re garding the Inner workings of the fight game. Nelson Is In a class by himself. Since his expedition Into the realm of Edward VII the British | estimate Of our knights of the gloves! has increased greatly and any other! member of the fraternity who may I decide to go abroad in the future will discover that the Mayor of Hegewisch has set a standard for American pugi lists en tour that will require con j staut vigllence to equal, says the New York Evening Sun. He has taken the British public into his confidence In such a series of heart-to-heart talks that the inhabi tants of the Tight Little Jsle feel that townspeople on this side of the pond, i This is not surprising when one con- \ sijders what prose songs Baf has dis-| tributed free of charge in England. For instance, Nelson lets our cousins in on the ground floor of the secret jit Jiow being a Dane he is still a fighter. He tells them: “You know, it seems strange to hear of a Dane be ing a pugilist; it is generally an Eng lishman or an Irishman. If they are not so, pugilists, as a rule, adopt names which make one believe that they hail either from England or Ire land. I am proud of my native land of Denmark and I think my name is a good fenough handle to any pugilist ic honor I may have attained through j my pluck and endurance in the ring.” Regarding his odd name of Bat tling and the honor of his chosen profession, he says: “Now; let me impress up.n you the fact that I was christened 'Bat tling Nelson after an uncle oi m'lit. It is quite an odd name and many think 1 have dubbed it. Not so; I was christened 'Battling' and how well it fits me! I am proud of my call ing and It makes mo shudder when I! hear a crowd of narrow-minded thin- j skinned people denouncing all fight-j ers as a ‘pack of rowdies.’ Let me | tell you, pugilists are nothing more | than human, like other people; there j are good and bad. A man can be a gentleman in or out of the ring, and I would like you to knov that I, at least, have ns much conceit in me to think that I am the equal of any oth er individual, no matter what his call ing* may be, so long as I behave like’ a man. I try to treat others as they treat me and have found this rule has ’ catried me so far through life. The _4 J _ _ T L.nnlr (Lin tmln i o nrhan T get an opponent in the ring, then t try tio use Uiiu worse.” In the flights of rhetoric Bat some times winders a trifle from the! straight and narrow path of truth, but .then a genius must not be Judg ed as limited by the same measure-1 ments that apply to an ordinary :nor- j tal. For this reason we aa>.- our read- | srs tb shut their eyes and try to «swal low the last and best of Nelson's ef forts: “In my long career in the ring I am proud to say that the fin ger of suspicion has never been point-! ed at me in reference to any contest in which I have been engaged. I know I have drawn more money at j the gate than any two lighters who| ever lived, not because I am such a 1 good lighter, perhaps, but because1 the public know 1 am always trying my best to win.” SHOOT Y>.\ ISLAND. The Aquehonga Gun Club has com- j pleted plans for the big shooting1 match to be held tomorrow afternoon i it Juhl’s Park in Richmond Valley.' rhree pretty cups have been put up is prizes. _i_ Special Announcement Regarding the National Pure Pood and Drug Law . We are pleased to aunounce that Foley’s Honey and Tar for coughs, :olds and lung troubles is not affect-; 3d by the National Pure Food and ! Drug Law as it contains no opiates; 3r other harmful drugs, and we rec-; Mnmend It as a safe remedy for chil-j Iren and adults. Sextton’s Phar-1 macy. M-W-F i Subscribe for the NBWS. , t When In need of money call on New Brunswick toan Company, RELIABLE MONEY LENDERS. Quick Loans on Fur : nitnre, Pianos, &c. Is Our Specialty—Without Removal. $10 AND UPWARD Our system Is simple, easily ex i plained, easily understood. Payments j to suit all applicants. , Liberal discount on accounts set tled before time expires. Information free. All business strictly private. Money same day—nothing deduct ed. Established 4 Years (Our Reference.) See us before borrowing elsewhere Call, write or 'phone 11. New Brunswick Loan Co, 419 GEORGE ST., New Brunswick. N. i PERTH AHnOl POBTOEKICH SCHEDULE. Ttklag Effect Cot. 1C. INI. MAILS ARRIVE DAILY. N. Y„ Western anil Southern..*7.0# a.m Rahway—Woodbrldge .7.1# a.m Fords and Keaaboy. 8.00 a.m South Jersey Way . 8.80 a.m New York and Northern Way.. 8.88 a.m Rahway, direct .18.00 m. South .Terse" Way . 1.80 p.m Woodbrldge, direct ... 1.80 p.m New York and Northern Way.. 2.38 p.m New York and Northern Way.. 8.80 p.m South Jersey Way . 1.88 p.m New /ork, Brooklyn, Pennsyl vania and North Jersey .... 8.10 p.m Fords and Keosbcy . 1.48 p.n. SUNDAY MAIL. All Points . 1.18 p.m MAILS CLOSE DAILY. Rahway and Woodbrldge .... 7.15 a.m New York, direct . 7.80 a.tn New York & Northern Way. 9.00 a.m South Jersey Way . 8.80 a.m Fords and Keashey . 8.10 a.m New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Eastern States.. 8.80 a.m New York & Northern Way.12.30 m. Rahway and Woodbrldge.12.08 ra. South Jersey Way . 2.00 p.m New York and Northern Wif.. 4.80 p.m South Jersey Way .. 4.80 p.m Rahway and Woodbrldge .4.IB p.m Philadelphia. Camden, James burg, Cranbury, Hlghtatown 8.08 p.m Fords and Keasne, . ’.04 p.m All Points . 7.08 p.m SUNDAYS. All Points . 1.08 p.m OFFICE HOURS. Opeh .7 a.m. Close .7.88 p.m Money Order Department opens 7.88 a m.; closes 6 :S0 p.m. Registry Department opens 7.-88 n.m.. closes 7.00 p.m. Carriers' Window open Evenings—8.81 p.m. to 7.00 p.ra. Sundays—8.00 a.m. to 10.80 a.m. Stamp Window—Opens 7.80 a.m., closes 7.80 p.m. dally. Sundays—Opens 1.08 4.1*.; closes 18.01 cm. Public Corridor open until 1.80 p.m. uuunuiu n. tiuu, Portm—tw «i PUBLIC SERVICE TIME TABLE. Effective Jan. 28, 180*. Cara leave Rahway Junction for Rab way Reformatory every 20 minutes froi* 5:10 a.m. until 11 :*0 p.m. l Cars leave Rahway Junction for Wood* bridge Creek every hour from 6:10 a.m until 11:14 pm. connecting with New Brunswick cars 16 after the hour. 0:10 p tn. from Rahway Junction last car tha< makes connectlora for New Brunswick. Cars leaving New Brunswick at 6:4I i.m. and every hour until 8 :46 p.m. con nect with car for Sewaren, Woodbrldge Rahway and Westfield. Cars leaving Perth Amboy ferry at 8:55 1 ».m. and every hour until 8 :67 p.m., ther 10:42 p.m. and 11:42 p.m. connect for 8e ivaren, Woodbrldge, Rahway and West field 1 Arthur Garben DRUGGIST Prescription Work a Specialty , Branch Office Evening News. 31 Hall Avenue, PIANOS At PEDER OLSEN’S )7 Smith St., Perth Amboy, Old Stand NEW AND SECOND HAND SHOES FOR 8ALE Repair ng of all kinds dose while you wait PTNhloMliBre^MNew^rnnawloks*. - ( This May Interest You. | No one Is Immune from kidney ;rouhle, so just remember that Fo ey’s Kidney Cure will stop the ir regularities and cure any case of kid- I ley and bladder trouble that is not I leyonrt the roach of medicine. Sex :on’s Pharmacy. M-W-F - t "A drop of water hollows a stone, lot by Its power, force, or weight, jut by the frequency of its falling”; _ md this principle underlies all good itore advertisi’*'* THE ORIGINAL The idea of a Cough Syrup that will alt on the bowels, and thus assist in expelling colds from the system is new and original in Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar. LAXATIVE A certain, 6afe and harmless remedy for all Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whooping Cough, La Grippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all VW Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers Im ffjj Ml V praise the children’s favorite Kennedy’s mJM m Laxative Honey and Tar MHANDV^k COUGH SYRUP TAR Mwparcd at tha Laboratory of X. C. D«W1TT a CO., CHICAOO, U. S. A MTTHE OLOVia BLOSSOM ARD IU HORST BBS U OH BTBBT BOTTLB. Sold by V. A. SEXTON, Druggist. in .' Jut- \ i CLOSING OUT all our Men’s, Boys' and Children’s Winter Overcoats at almost ONE HALF I i lot of 75 Men’s Overcoats, worth 12.00, 14.00, JjfcQ |?|| 16.00, 18.00, your pick at NPwhwII 1 lot ot Youths’ Overcoats, worth 6.00, 8.00 and 10.00, at . 1 lot of Children’s O ercoats, worth 5.50 at ..... I _:_ I Men's Felt Boots, worth 2.60 I AC at I.OD Men's Red lined Rubbers, worth fil 1.00. only 60 pair left, at vllC —-s \ Men s Beaver lined Shoes, with A Aft | rubber heels,worth 2.50,at C,aUII S Men s Arctics, roll edge, worth I AC g 1.75. at LfcD 8 j Men’s Sweaters at One-Half Price. Men’s Blue Flannel Shirts at One-Third off. j Men’s 1.50 Shirts at $1,00 ^ 1 'Ve will also close out, 150 pairs of Men’s heavy Trousers, . f (■ 2.00 at 1.50 2.50 at 2.00 3.00 at 2.50 On account of Lincoln’s Birthday we will make a special rednction on all our' Gents’ furnishings, such as Neckwear, Shins, Gloves, Hats, Caps etc 1 JACOBSON. < 318 St;a/te Street I j P :»—!IHI—iilMiiilMlllMllllMl! Mi—Bin . ■ —iiiin111—!—I—I1W—a—bb|| m Minima ■ a few Jersey Central In Effect November 23, IttOO. TRAINS LEAVE PERTH AMBOY. For New York, Newark, and Elizabeth ai 1:33, 7:17, x7:45, 7:58 ,8:29, 9:11, 9:64. 11:14, L.m., 12:09, 1:10, 3:22, 4:44, 6:09. 0:31, 7:45. :03, *9:57, **11:00 p.m. Sundays, 8:37 a n.. 5:29, 9:57 p.m. For Philadelphia and Trenton via Bound Irook, 7:17, x2:58, 9:11, 11:14 u.m„ xl2:09, :10; x3:22 p.m. Sundays, 8:37 a.m., 6:29, : 12, 9:57 p.m. For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., 5:07, :20 a.m., 12:22, (1:19 Saturday only), 2:06. :U1, 7:19 p.m, 12:48 night. (Sundays ex ept Ocean Grove) 4:56, 9:63 a.m., 4:64, 9:23 >.m. For Freehold, 6:07, 6:53, 9:20 am., 12:22, :01, 6:55 p.m. Sundays, 9:68 a. m., 4:64, :23 p.m. Additional trains for Red Bank, 6:63 a.m., :01, 6:33, 6:66, 9:40 p.m. Sundays, 9:21 a.m For South Amboy, 6:07, 6:63, 6:55, 7:11, :20 p.m.; 12:22, 1:19, 2:05, 6:01, 6:03, 8:83, :55, 7:19, 9:40 p.m., 12:48 night. Sundays. ;65, 9:21, 9:53 a.m., 4:54, 9:28 p.m. TRAINS FOR PERTH AMBOY. Leave New York, 4:00: 6:50, 0:15, 8:30, : 38, 10:00, 11:30 a.m., (12:40 Saturday niy), 1:20, 2:00, 3:40, 4:15, 5:15, 6:38, 6:15, :30, 8:45, 12.01 p.m. Sundays, 4:00, 8:30, .00 a.m., 4:00, 8 :30 p.m. Leave Elizabeth, 4:05, 6:22, 8:42, 9:01, :66, 11:23 a.m., 1:10, 2:05, 3:53, 4:33, 5:52, :20. 6:52, 6:57, 8:48, 11:56 p.m. Sundays. :28, 9:20 a.m., 4:02, 8:37 p.m. Leave Newark, 6:12, 8:35, 9:42, 11:80 a.ra., :20, 3:35, 4:25, 5:38,. 6:13, 8:46, 11:50 p.m. undays, 7:25, 9:06 a m.. 8:56, 8:40 p.m. Through tickets to ail points at lowest ates may be had on application in advance f the ticket agent at the station. xExcept Trenton. xNew York only. # •Saturdays only. • •Man, Tnt.1, ...... Dill_W.tV._I.. W. a. BESLER. Vice Pre*. & General Manager. W. C. HOPE, General Passenger Agent. TWO BOATS DAILY HE NEW YORK & NEW JERSEY STEAMBOAT COMPANY iperates NOW as heretofore TWO (oats every working day at AT 11.00 A. M. and 2.30 P. M. lew Pier 19 E. R., N.Y. A COVERED PIER, ire you now getting this service by any other line? THE OLD LIME Largest circulation—enough said. X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X-fX+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X-J-X+X+X-foC+X^X+X-iOtifi READ THE EVENING NEWS | X+X+X+X+X+X+X+XHJ-X+X+X+X+X+ X+X+X+X+X^X+x+X+X+X»f*X+X»iOO#a *, ^ ■^^LJ-— ■■■■ - -—-!'_^■■■■ ? 0 • 1 ■ . ■ I RUGS of Surpassing Beauty. „ * o There is no cutting or matching, no waste to a § o Rug, and it’s the cleanest sort of floor covering, as o o all dust is easily shaken out. 5 Items to illustrate: § ? 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