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News of The Wop Briefly Told Hrim »■ —• - - .... .. . , BlillloNllIp VA'lia uiiriim. Pnil/APKLT’UIA, Fel). 14.-An al most Irreparable loss was sustained by the William Crump *V Sous' Slii]i ami Knglne Building compnnj%ln a lire at (heir yards, which destroyed the pat tern shojis and two storage rooms. At least To per cent of the company's patterns wore destroyed, among them being those of the Knifed States bat tleships Pennsylvania. Colorado. Ten nessee, Maine. Alabama, ilowa. Mas / saelmsotts and Indiana. Patterns for a numher of vessels In course ol’ con struction were also lost, and work on them will be delayed. The lire also destroyed the headquarters of the Ship Calkers' association and the home of .Inlilis Caulscli and damaged many small dwellings. The loss 1s estimated at $100,000, Knout-veil tile Peneenmker. SAN (SALVADOR. Republic of Sal vador, Feb. 14.—The presidents of Honduras and Nicaragua have receiv ed a telegram from President Roose velt setting forth the desire of the chief executive of the l.'uited States for the reconvening of the court of arbitration that recently was in ses sion here or the calling of another court to meet under stipulated condi tions that shall he fulfilled liy the con > tending countries. The purpose of President Roosevelt Is that pence and all its benefits he preserved not only to Honduras and Nicaragua, hut to all American states. ’ ’ (itiN Tnnl*. In Erie I)4»i»I»t KxiiIirIpm. NEW YORK, Fob. 14.—Two employ >mo In Mm Invonv Plfr viirilit <»i‘ tltn Tci'in \VI»> Iv^hcy Won’t ALBANY, X. V„ l'Vli. 44.—Superln- j lomlent of Insurance Kelsey has, it Is ! said, sent to Governor Hughes a let ter deelining to resign. Kelsey sets forth liis reasons for refusing to re- t tire, declaring that lie' did not solicit j Ilio oltice. lint took it at tlie express re- , i|uest of Governor Higgins. As to not I putting into practice some of the re- I forms suggested by tlie Armstrong committee, he declares that to do so at once would have resulted disas- j trously to tlie interests of the policy j holders. liftcoiitotlv v Ho I lor i:.'.;i!osl<m, MIDDLETOWN. X. V.. Feh. 14. The holler of the engiue pulling tin On- I ttirio and Western railroad passenger train which left hove at 11 o'clock ex ploded near Luzon. The train at llie time of the explosion was running tit the rate of forty miles an hour. The tlreman, Martin Mullen, and an un- , known man. who was riding id the j cab of tlie engine, were killed. Engl- , neor Gadwood was fatally hurt, and several other persons were seriously injured. Storm Holds l |) l'ciiCy. HAltTFORD, Conn.. Feh. 14.— f'otn inander Robert E. 1'eary. wlio reached a point within 20t) miles of tlie polo over snow and ice, was stalled by snow and lee when he tried to get to Norfolk to tell the good folks assem bled there About bis experiences in the cold north. "If I lmd had my dogs and sledges 1 might have made it.” said (he explorer, "but on such things as trains, never!" Asked About Mavis Incident. LONDON, Feb. 14.—The incident lie tween Governor Swettenham of Kings ton, Jamaica, and Hear Admiral Dn vis of the United States navy at the time of the recent earthquake at Kingston is not to be permitted to drop out of sight. Efforts will he made-in parliament to obtain a gov ernmental statement on the subject and as a preliminary John D. Itees Liberal, chairman of the British Cell tral Africa company and a high an thorlty in colonial affairs, gave notice of ills intention to ask the government on Feb. IS that the correspondence be tween the governor and the American admiral concerning the assistance ren dereel by the latter be furnished to tin house of commons. A Sun Spot That May Disturb X *. PITTSBURG, Fell. 14. — Professot -lohn A. Brashear of the Allegheny ob servatory announced the discovery ol one of the greatest sun spots evei called to the attention of astronomers lie says as a result el .rical disturb nnces will lie experie ■ I throughout the country this eve:., i r. These dis turbances. lie further declares, may take the form of a display of the an roreu borealis, and telegraph and tele phone communication may lie seriously affected. The present spot is so large It can be seen through smoked glnsi and, the scientist ndds, is one of tin: most active of solar spots. Mrs. Thaw's Mother Altoinst Her, PITTSBURG, Feb. 14.—Through one of Ills ifssistants District Attorney Je rome has had u most important con ference with the Holmans of Pitts burg regarding the testimony given railroad wore Instantly killed when a big tank used by the company to store illuminating gas for the passenger conches exploded. The tank was on a •' car in Ha' yards, and a gang of men was working near it when without1 warning there was a terrific explosion. Two of tlie workmen Were hurled about thirty feet and killed instantly. The tank was blown to pieces. Mcrgnii anil (he Trojan Krawnienlw. HOME, Feb. 11—The statement that .1. l’lerpont Morgan lias presented live fragments from tlie Trojan forum toi tlie Metropolitan museum of New York lias aroused milch interest here, and j people arc speaking of tlie famous Aseoii cope which was purchased by Mr. Morgan in 1!H):t, but subsequently I returned by him to tlie government. Tlie Tribune is urging the authorities! to investigate the matter of the Trojan fragments. ICiii’aliii'tt DouMImk, (Jot Pooled. SOUTH NORWALK, <Vmn.. Feb. I !. ignoring n sworn statement on the. front of.ithe safe which read. "Notice i to'Burglars- 'i'his sal'i* edntaiiis nothing i lint papers." burglars blew open dur- ■ - ing the night a large safe in tlie store | of the East India company ill this place. As, the notice warned them, the * tlngves gol nothing, lint tlie S7l)t) safe of Hie Arm was demolished. Advertising In the NEWS brlngsl got d results. HIGGINS’ FUNERAL. Frank W. Hlgfftna to Be Bnrled at Olenn, N. Y. ALBANY, N. Y„ Feb. 14.-The dentil of ex-Govcrnor Higgins was announc ed lo the people by Governor Hughes in a proclamation as follows: "In order to express on behalf of the people the respect duo to the character] and public services of Frank Waylund Higgins, recently governor of tills state, who departed tills life on the lg’tli day of February, 11M17. I, Charles E. Hughes, governor of tlie state of New York, do hereby request that the tings upon all tlie buildings of tlie state, including armories and arsenals, be displayed at .half mast up to and including Friday, the 15th of February, 11107. and that Hie citizens of the state unite in appropriate murks of respect to Iris memory.” The funeral services of ex-Govcrnor Higgins will ho held tomorrow after noon ill J o'clock at olenn. The Her. I»r. .1 nines \V. Aston, rector of St. Ste phen's church, which Mr. Higgins at tended for twenty years, will officiate. Resolutions of svmnatliv on the IIHVII/K LAKK. N. It. Felt 14. Fire at <'rai'y lies destroyed seven | business houses, among them Boo..' Opera House; loss, $30,000. Hump Rule Bill tlie Remeily. LONDON. Feh. 14.--In the course of tlie debate on the address in reply to tlie speech from the throne in the house of coin’lions Walter Hume Long, who was at one time chief secretary for Ireland, raised tlie Irish ipiestlon. and Augustine Birreil, tlie present chief secretary, replied that lie. like Premier ('ampliell-Bannet'Uinn. was perfectly satisfied that the only soiu tion satisfactory to the great majority Of the Irish people was what is gener ally called tlie home rule bill and that neither he nor the premier would as sume responsibility for any measure likely to obstruct or interfere with the fulltllment of these holies. Tills state ment wus greeted with loud ministe rial and Nationalist cheers. Selinylcr Hamilton. ,V>-., Di'inl. NORWALK, Conn.. Fell. 14. Schuy ler Hamilton. .Tr„ great-grandson of Alexander Hamilton and lirothor of Roboi i Ray Hamilton, is dead at hi» country homo near I tyre “All things are difficult befor*' hey are easy;” such as “getting the swing of it” in advertising a store. HAVE GREEK BRIDGE DONETOMORROW NIGHT Making Casting for New Key Pin— The Bridge is Still Useless for Trolley Service. Freeholder Hanson said this morn ing that the Woodbridge creek bridge would be repaired as soon as possible. Mr. Hanson said that Contractor Pet er Johansen had promised to make the casting for the new pin last night and would start work repairing the bridge at once. A broken key pin is the cause of the trouble, and on tills account the bridge has not been in working order since Monday noon. No passenger trolley cars have crossed the bridge since that time and will not be able to cross until the repairs have been made. The bridge is expected to be oil llu> si a ml by Mrs. Harry I haw. which, it Is said, reflected seriously iind. the llolmans say. untruthfully on Mrs. Holman, mother of the young woman. The conference is said to liave resulted in tile New York district attorney receiving Information wlilrli will controvert tile statements made by Mrs. Harry Thaw nl the trial. I'linrti'K Hassell (IHn lllvnrir. WASIIINl I TON. Feb. 14. — Charles f\ Bassett, geological survey topogru alier, was granted an absolute divorce Prom Fanny Klee Bassett, (laughter of Ihe late* Senator Bice of Arkansas, [lev. E. Lawrence limit, pastor of the Noble, Sin cl Presbyterian church of Brooklyn, was named as corespondent in the case. Hill l(» Mil Hu hies. ST. PALL, Minn., i'cli. 14.—Repre sentative Tiinberlnke of Minneapolis Introduced n bill to prohibit any per son from Inducing a mother to cease nursing her babe within a month of tlie infant’s birth. Snys lint Mnn Heoko His Promise. NEW YORK. Feb. 14.—William A. Dunlap, son of the millionaire bat manufacturer, has been sued for $2.>. (Hifi by Miss Florence Pitt, who says lie broke ids promise to marry her, KENDALL’S REMOVAL. Defalcation of UfKslra Hooker IV. I*’ Walker Now Put at $500,000. NEW BRITAIN. Conn.. Feb. 14. More than half u million dollars worth of securities were taken frou the vaults of the Savings hank of New Britain by the missing treasurer, Wil limn F. Walker, according to a stale raent issued by the Imartl of director! of the institution following the ex mniiiiilion of the collateral in the haul by State Bank Commissioners Kendal and Noble. There is left a surplus o about $14:1.000 over and above tin amount due to depositors, the actua shortage being J.'Um.OOO. The director! believe the greater part of the securl ties will be recovered. As the blink commissioners were pro paring a statement to give to the di rectors Mayor George M. Guilders sen a letter to Governor Woodruff asklni that Commissioner Kendall ho remov ed from office on the ground of ueg lect of duty and incompetency. FOR THE DRESSING TABLE. Three Articles Which May Almost B Called Necessities. The fad for fancy collars and turn overs has caused a necessity for tw< new articles on the dressing table—ii fact, three, if studs and collar buttou are worn—a long, lint, receptacle fo the turnovers, a box to hold collar and a smaller box to hold studs, Th dressing table 13 a most elastic piec of furniture, lake (he bookcase, it i always full and yet can be made t hold a little more. Its small drawer are a boon to the woman who lack bureau accommodations, for, on th whole, a long, narrow compartment o drawer is a/ much more satlsl'actor place for gloves than a glove-bo: which lakes up loo much space o top. just as veils are much more coi veniently and safely preserved folde tin and laid away than when left o the bureau twined about a roll. To many objects on top of a bureau 0 dressing table Is a mistake, bot against good taste and comfort. The are in the way when dressing and onl too often lire not kept, as Imraaculnt as they should he. On ibis aeeoun celluloid, china or ivory utensils ar better than silver ones, although th Tatter are more effective when the are brightly polished. If silver is use a piece Of canton flannel should h kept near at hand so that they may li rubbl'd off every morning, while one a week they Should he cleaned v+tt sliver polish. TROLLEY CAR LEFT TRACK ON STATE ST. One of the old winter trolley cars ran off the track oa the state road near Chauncey street late yesterday afternoon. The car was not travel ing very fast at the time and no seri ous damage resulted. Some of the passengers who did not care to wait until the arrival of another car, walked to their destinations. The regular traffic was resumed after a delay of about forty-five minutes. Jesse Colyer is Referee. Special to the EVEN INC/ NEWS: NEW BRUNSWICK, Feb. 14: — Refereo Parker at a meeting of the creditors of Meyer Freidman, of Perth Amboy, a bankrupt shoedealer, | has named Jesse Colyer as referee Freidman is but twenty-three years af age. His creditors have proven claims amounting to $S00. Prepare for l»un« Bull. Dana Relief Society held a regular meeting last night. The committee in charge of the arrangements for the coming masquerade ball made a re port of progress. If you are among the one hundred people in this cltj*WHO SPEND THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF TIME IN READING AND ANSWERING WANT ADS., you are among the one hundred people who have the BEST PROSPECTS of “getting rich.” Leave “WANT” advs. at branch at-, flees. death of ex-Goveruor Higgins and the! appointment of committees from both branches of the legislature to attend his funeral constituted the legislntire work here today. Adjournment was then taken until .Monday. Lieutenant Governor Ohunier ap pointed sixteen senators and Speaker Wadsworth appointed nineteen ment t* liors of the assembly to attend the fu neral services ill Glean. Governor Hughes has invited the for mer governors and lieutenant govern ors to accompany the funeral party. President Roosevelt lias notified Gov ernor Hughes that he will be unable to ' go, but Former Governor and United States Senator Gavid B. Hill will make the journey. Pitney’® Resignation Filed. TRENTON, Feb. 14:—The resigna tion of Vice-Chancellor Henry C. Pit ney was filed in the Court of Chance; y yesterday. It bears the date of Janu ary 17, and is to take effect on Apiil 9, the eighteenth anniversary of toe vice-chancellor's first.. appointment. Chancellor Magie filed with the res ignation his acceptance, coupled with a minute expressing “sincere re grets." \ ‘ ■ Local Firm Get® Judgment. NEW BRUNSWICK, F«b. 14: — in the district, court thjs« morning Potts & Kaufman, of PertJh Amboy, were given judgment for jllS.ftO and costs against Mrs. Marie well, also of Porth Amboy, fhojrfml says that Mrs. Farrell was formfj known asi Mrs. M. Stang. * •*■?*!'--T"- ' -- •""" A fc .. QUESTION NOW WITHCONGRESS President and Californians Agree as to the Japanese- Roor s Bill to KeepJJoolies Out. WASHINGTON, Fob. IT. - Ma.voi Schmitz and the members of the Cali fornia scliooj hourd had a conference with President Roosevelt, and on leav ing the White House .Mayor Sehinlta stated that he had no doubt the presi dent and the California delegation would reach a complete agreement on tlie Japanese question. lie stated that the action of the eon l'erees on the immigration bill went very far toward satisfying the Cali forniana, but that there were two ot three other mailers they had in mint! which he thought would be satisfac torily cleared up. The Japanese school controversy is tints settled in so far as President Roosevelt, Mayor Schmitz and tin members <jf the San Francisco school hoard are concerned, and an amlcabh adjustment of the question now rests with congress. If tlie amendment to the Immlgrntioi: bill proposed by Secretary Root ex eluding foreigners who use their pass ed States “to the 'detriment of lalioi conditions in Ihis country” is accepter by the senate and bouse and the I mm I gratlon bill is passed at this session ol congress the San Francisco board 01 education will rescind its order estab lisbing the oriental schools unless tin Japanese government agrees to a prop osition for separate schools which wll provide equal facilities for the Jape nese children. Mayor Schmitz and it is associates a the conference assured the preslden that the amendment to the immlgra tion bill was entirely satisfactory ti them. Secretary Hoot participated ii the conference and made a report 01 ills negotiations with the Republlcni leaders in congress and the Jnpanes ambassador. While Mayor Bchmit and tlie members of the school bonr< 1 arc still hopeful that Viscount Aokl 1 tile Japanese ambassador, will agree t< ' separate schools in California the; : stand willing to rescind the order es i tabllshing tile oriental schools am j again admit Japanese children to tin ] white schools. . TO COLLECT UNPAID BILLS FOR ALL TAXES — Collector of Revenue A. H. Crow , ell said tod"y tiiat ho expects to liav the unpaid po sonal tax bills placei in the hands of a constable nex week for collection. The time liml was reached some time ago, and al the delinquents have been noiHV.nl t that effect. The unpaid poll tax hills arc als I being written up for colleetio . and nl those who are visited by a deputy col lector will have to pay an e.<..i lifts three cents, besides the amount o the bill, in the past two weeks man of the poll tax bills have haen pal but there are still a number that ar unpaid. The colic,1.jr is now preparing i. advertise a 'ong list of properties fa water rents that are in arrears. Thes be advertised uext week for s ilt FIX TROLLEY SWITCHES. Public Service Corporation Mnkin Needed Repairs. Gangs of men in the employ of t.h Public Service Corporation are » work today on State street, replacin the frogs on all the switches Durln the past few weeks many of the car have gone off the track at the switch es, and it is said that defective frog are the cause. Difficulty lias also bee i experienced by the motormen i throwing the switches on account i the ice which collects between til , nunges. The work will be completed by tb : end of this week. :j -, Washington* Plan for'Bull. Washington Hose and Chenneij Company held a regular tr.ontn. meeting last night and complete plans for the a;m. tl ball n;x*. Thu day night. It was decided ro have t parade nex Wednesday ni*.ut in o dor to adve aise tire nflair. 'ihe men bers of the company will meet at tl • engine hour" at 7 'iO o’clock and,wit ) a drum cor )s, will inn ret: around 111 i city. »| ■ - r' ,. Whooping Cough Cures. ; Much recent progress in deallni » with whooping cough is noted by i 3 French reviewer. The specific ml ) crobe lias liven isolated, and provei 3 to be a small ovoid bacterium tha 3 evidently produces no spores. Dr. J a do Nit Lis reports that arsenic, ti r which lie attributes specific action oi r! the germ, is a most effective remed; against the disease. Dr. H. de Rotht i child has administered chloroform in . ternally, and has had very favorabl i results, especially iu children, two pi i tients out of nine having been cure a at once, while three were immediate r ly relieved and soon cured, the fou 3 others bring cured only at the end o v a fortnight. T he Pasteur instltut Y finds prouilBe in a serum treatment. e -— There to Stay. ION MILL ! STILL WORKING New Jersey Congressmen See Their Constituents Rewarded for Their Civil War Services. (From the NEtvH Ci-rrcavondent.) WASHINGTON, Feb. 14:—Repre sentative Gardner has been advised that pensions have been granted as follows: Theodore Abel, Vineland, $14 a month, from January 16, 1907; j Charles Storms, Bridgeport, $72 a month from January 14, 1907; Abel J. Wood, of Hammonton, at $8 a I month from January 11. 1907 Wil liam Bodine, of Vineland, at $12 a month from December 19, 1907; Alexander Douglas, of Cape May, at $12 a month from December 6, 1906; and Charles Burk, of Hammonton, at $8 a month from January 16, 1907. Representative Loudenslager has been advised that pensions have been granted to John A. Simmerton, of Williamstown, at $8 a month from January 7 1907; to Charles Storms, I of Bridgeport, at $72 a month from | January 14, 1907; to Samuel Tredell, j of Mullica Hill, at $10 a month from | December 15, 1906. Representative Howell has been advised that a pension has been granted to James W. Woolley, of Belmar, at $8 a month from January ; 21. 1907. Mr and Mrs. Alhert J. Vreeland. i of Jersey City, are spending a few ! days in this city. [ Mr. und Mrs. Michael Kennedy, of ,! Camden, called on Chief Clerk Browning yesterday. I Major B. W. Dunn, Major W. S. i Pierce and Major .T. E. Hopper, of the Ordinance Department, will constl i tute a board of officers to meet at ■ Sandy Hook on February 21, 1907. to prepare an examination for such ■ officers of the ordinance department ! as are eligible for promotion. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Minton, of Mor ristown, are at the Raleigh: Margaret 1 Dye Ellis, of Newark, is at the Shore 1 ham; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hull, oP 1 Jersey City, nre at the Ehbitt; R. D. i Elder, of East Orange, is at the New > Willard. C. S. A. • t 1 TO COOK BRAISED STEAK. i i . , Vegetables and Meat Used Together For This Dish, i Have about two pounds of steak cut very thick; melt one ounce of butter or dripping in a small stewpan, then put in a layer of mixed vegetables, carrot, turnip, onions, etc., cleaned . ahd sliced, making a layer of about three-quarters of an inch deep; lay In a bunch of herbs, and on all this , arrange the meat, cover down the ^ pan and fry its contents for about 12 f or 15 minutes, only shaking it occa *; sionally to prevent this burning; now 1 pour in just enough stock or water to > reach to the bottom of the meat, cover this with a piece of white paper brush ’ ed over with butter or dripping, then 1 cover dov;n the pan, and let the meat simmer very gently till It, Is done, " basting the meat occasionally. The _ time of cooking varies with the kind ’’ and quality of the meat; for two 1 pounds of fillet or rump steak 1% to ■ 1% hours is about the time. Serve the meat on a hot dish surrounded by ’ the vegetables and gravy, which should 1 ! be thickened with corn flour. e |_ Useful to Know. Mut stains on dark clothes shoulij ■ be allowed to dry before any attempt in maul' lu ruu luuiii uu. roij viicu ■ ! after drying the mud will come right i ofT with a good brushing, and leave • little or no mark. s Meat that is highly roasted or "well t! done” Is not as easy to digest as that ; which is "underdone” or “rare” or ; boiled, 3 When a pet canary’s feet become - distorted, perches of various widths 3 should be placed in the cage, for the i change in the grip as the bird hops u from or.'1 to another improves the de f formity not a little. ,> A tighl collar, a tight belt or light shoes, one or all three, will produce a . red nose even more rapidly than when that member is touched by Jack Frost. Tricolor Pudding Sauce. Cream oue cup of butter with two cups of sugar, add the whites of two ' eggs beaten to a stiff froth and beat lightly until thoroughly blended. Di vide Into three parts, one with vanilla, “ one with chocolate the other with ex tracts of strawberry. Also add a lit tle pink sugar to make it pink if you ‘ wish. Grease a mold or bowl with ' butter, put in the chocolate mixture, *’ then the vanilla, and lastly the straw berry, and set away to cool. When ready to, serve dip the mold in hot water a moment, and then turn oon , tents out on a plate. Cut through It ’ in slices and lay ou your pudding. L ices That Will Not Wash. Laces that ate embroidered with ’ silk and colors, tinsel or gold and sil 1 ver should be spread out smoothly on 1 a clean piece of white cloth and ' cleaned carefully with a soft brush ' dipped in spirits of wine. If silk lace is much discolored it should be soaked in hot milk for two ' or three hours before washing. 1 Honlton lace, should not be ironed. ' Put it under a weight on clean while I paper after being washed. Blotting ^ iraper will give the best results. Oyster Salad. I For oyster salad boll one quart of oystei-3 In their own liquor, skim e well, and drain. Add three tablc u spoonfuls of vinegar, one of oil, one of II lemon juice, and season td taste. Put y lu the refrigerator for two hours. Use the tenderest part of a head of cel t, ery, cut into small pieces, of which t (here should be about a pint. Have " your celery very cold and crisp, and with it mix the oysters uud a quartet a cupful of mayonnaise, garnish *3 Celery tips and slices of lemon. 1 Makes the finest, light- ^ ' est,best flavored biscuit, jr hot-breads, cake and I pastry. Renders the _ food more digestible ' 3 and wholesome. j f ,|.|,.n,r-T„,n.rm... , —i,iimwin— I,.|iTT~rf V ABSOLUTELY PURE "<| j ROYAL BAKING POWI Society f AT SIMPSON M. 10. CHURCH. All preparations are complete for ■ the oyster and chicken pate supper , of the Ladles' Auxiliary, of Simpson M. E. church, to be held in the lee- ■ ture room of the church tonight. An , excellent menu has been prepared by the ladies, who have tin; reputation ' of knowing how to prepare things to , appease the appetite. There will also be a valentine post office and n sale of aprons and fancy articles. The following is the'mnu: Oyster and Chicken Pates Mashed Potatoes Peas Cabbage Salad Pickles Rolls Tea Coffee Fruit Salad Homemade Cake Ice cream for sale. * ■» * MITE SOCIETY KAtK. The Mite Society, of the First Presbyterian church, will hold a homemade cake, bread and pie sale in the chapel of the church Saturday] afternoon, beginning at 2:30 o’clock. * » « The P. F. S. Social Club will hayej1 an introduction session at the home , of Mrs. A. C. Krogh, 81 Catalpa ave nue, tomorrow night at 7:45 o'clock. * * * , Joseph Afflerbach is ill at his home I in Fayette street. * * * Rev. W. P. Hill has returned from j Connecticut, where he had been since j Monday. * « * TWO SAIL FOR EUROPE. Tk*J T_ I .. I ... 1__ .. I )ER CC. NEW YORK. •* * Vo U H D ; A place where you can ii h get clothing for M#, ** (. Women and Children on (• credit at cash store prices. f Our method has no pub L licity, all transactions ’! r • «i i- strictly confidential. We t I” don’t ask your friends, ^ f neighbors or employers i about vou, all you have " / f • . . •* f to do is promise to pay , f and we deliver you the , ( £ goods. ■8 LL. FRIEDMAN;! : & go. \ 08 Smith Street. j| WANTS HIS FEE TO M PREPARE FOR WEDDING ; Released Prisoner Fell In Love Wlill :f ;'l Girl Ininnte of the County Jail j While n Prisoner There. 4 | - VI Special to the EVENIN'! NEWS: NKW BRUNSWICK, Feb. 14: — Lewis Morn, it witness in a local as sault and buttery case of an atrocious '' character, in whicli a man was shot and another stabbed, although the names of the parties implicated can nol be secured or evidence obtained sufficient to try the case, has been re leased from Jail where he spent four months. Mora was given $00 as witness fees but Prosecutor Berdine refused to sign the order, stating that he did not have the man placed in Jail. He de cleared it was the New Brunswick re corder who was responsible. An ap peal was made to Judge Booraem, but bo said ho could do nothing with, out the prosecutor agreed. Mnrn is vorv anxious to get the $60 " for Sweden, where she will remain with relatives. Christ Andersen, an old resident of this city, also sails to day on board the steamer Oscar li. to take up his residence in Denmark. While over there last year he bought a small farm near Guldager Sta., between Esbjerk and Varde. J. P. Holm sold the tickets to these pas sengers and went over to the steamer j with them to see that they werG com-; fortably settled. * * * MOTHERS’ CIjI'B MEETS. The Association of Mothers held a meeting yesterday afternoon in the i kindergarten room ta school No. 1. The main topic of discussion was j making up a program for Washing- i ton's birthday exercises. It was de-j cided to hold a march for the open- j ing of the program, followed by a I number of stories, and patriotic1! songs. Badges, soldiers' hats and I paper uniform will be made. A story j on the American flag will also bei read. * * « TO HOLD ANNIVERSARY. Plans are rapidly being completed for the Danish Sisterhood's anniver sary, on Sunday in Braga hail. The committee in charge is working hard to make the day an enjoyable one. The Genial• Villain. Within his homo town, his ward, h.s j circle, this new type of villain, the ! criminuloid, is perhaps a good man, If Judged by the simple old-time tests. Very likely he keeps hie marriage vows, pays his debts. ' mixes" well. for during his stay in jail he fell in lovo with Mary Magyar, another pris oner, and spent much time making lovo to her. He wants the money to prepare for hi.; wedding. It Is prov able that he will have to go before the Board of Freeholders to get the ?60. OBITUARY. AGNES RUTH RANDOLPH Mrs. Agues Ruth Randolph, aged twenty-five years, daughter of John W . Stevenson, died at her home, 15 Pearl place, Tuesday. The funeral services will Ire he'd tomorrow morn ing at. 10 o'clock from St. Mary’a church. To Plun for Lenten Work. The meeting of St. Peter’s Ladles* Auxiliary to tho Board of Mis;,Ion* did not take place at tho home of Mrs. M. F. Audsley, 4t> Gordon street, yestor day afternoon, on account of the no tices of tho meeting being sent out late, but they wi 1 meet there next Wednesday for the purpose of sewing ami missionary work among tho poor mountaineers in Virginia. They will meet, every We . niauuo u j inn iiicuuo, uiui iuio u ouii traded kind of public spirit. He is ready enough to rescue imperiled ba bies, protect maidens, or help poor widows, in some relations he is more ' sympathetic and generous than his; critics. Perhaps his point of honor is to give bribes but not to tako them; perhaps it is to “stay bought," or not' to sell out to both sides at once. The type is exemplified by the St. Louis j boodler, who. alter accepting $25,000 [ to vote against a certain franchise, | was offered a larger sum to vote for it. He did so, bjit returned the first ! bribe. He was asked on the witness- I ; stand wliy he had returned it. "He-1 | cause it wasn’t mine!" he exclaimed, i I flushing with auger, “i hadn't earne’d j It.”—Atlantic Monthly. ROCKEFELLER HASN'T GOT A j DOLLAR, among his millions, that j will buy more WANT ADV. PUBLIC ITY than your dollar—among your thousands, or hundreds, or dozens— will buy In this newspaper!