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Hew Jersey's Largest and Most Popular CASHorCREDIT House. Newark., Trenton, Elizabeth, Perth Amboy. Jersey City ---------- MARCH CAMPAIGN of Furniture Selling • • Enormous qualities of superior quality of Furniture and Carpets. A large and carefully selected stock, not surpassed by any New York city store, we never allow ourselves t<^ be under sold. Our mutual credit system makes new customers and keeps them. Our system is the best because it is the simplest. No red tape— simply your promise to pay as best suits your circumstances. Coiapsabls fo-tort «** G(-e'rtt “ 1 with leather seats and backs Best on the market, only $7.00 $1.39 Sold by some dealers for $9.00 Sold by most dealers from 11.4!) to 1.98 The Kindel B,as* “g* _ ~ Somersaultic Bed iron Beds $2.98 Handled by us in large GHiffOtlierfiS quantities and sold by $4.75 I us at the lowest price in Dinil1£ OHdlrS 98c 146 Smith st. Opp. Trust Co. IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS ! K. OF P. FIVE WON OUT l ot ten ville’s Past Basketball, Team Victorious Over St. Peter's Players Saturday Night. The Knights of Pythias basketball team, of Tottenville, again defeated tho St. Peter’s basketball team, of Now Brighton, Saturday night, in K. of P. hall. Tottenville, b}' a score of 19 to 18. This Is the second out of three games that the Tottenville five has won from the St. Peter's team. Tho game was fast and close and was witnessed by a largo crowd of Tottenville and New Brighton peo ple. ■ Dancing followed. Next. Saturday night the K. of P. team will play the Centre A. C., of Kcyport, in the K. of P. hall at Tot tenville. TO NAME A CAPTAIN. The St. Aloysius baseball team, of South Amboy, held its annual meet ing Saturday night. Tho captain will he announced tomorrow.Address challenges to John P. J. HU8sey They have a game booked with the St. Anthonys, of this city. HOLLEK UACEK IN TOWN. Frank J. Post, of Kcyport, who is scheduled for a two-iuilo roller skat ing race with young William Chris tophorsou, of this city, was Vfc town Saturday aftoruoou. The race was to havo been held next Friday, but will probably be postponed. GOOD SCORES AT BLOODGOOD'S. High scores on Bloodgood's alloys Saturday night wore: A. Bunton, 234, 190, 205, 198, 19S; N. Corneli sou, 225: John Kelly, 221; T. Blood good, 213, 214, 206, 207, 200: and M. Kaletsch, 204. AT THE 1). A. H. C. TONIGHT. Tho Danish Sociable Athletic Club trill hold a busy session tonight, it Is expected, which will be followed by a class drill of tho older members of the club. SOMETHIN’ DOIN'. ' 2 MAN GAMES POSTPONED The two-man tournament games scheduled for tonight on Kirby's al leys have been postponed until tomor row night on account of the Inter state League games tonight at Pleas ant Plains. It has beeu announced that the prt/.e money will bo divided into three prizes of $15, $10 and $5, and a $3 bouse prize which will be given by proprietor James Kirby for the highest average among the ten teams at the end of the tournament. The other prizes will he given to the drat, second and third winners of the most games in the tournament. Seguine-Cawse, Larsen-Zehrer and Beatty-Beattv will be tile contestants tomorrow nighl. The following were last Friday night's scores: Jaycox.164 Dunn.127 A. Simonsen . 201 Lydiard .... 178 36a 305 Jaycox.171 Dtum .148 A. Simousen. 204 Lydiard . , . . 170 ~375 318 Jaycox .... 119 Lydiard .... 202 A. Simonsen 148 Dunn .201 2C7 403 Jaycox - 179 Albright ..,,130 A. Simousen . 1 4 5 Neal .175 ■ <- • '324 305 Jaycox.192 Albright.115 A. Simonsen. 199 Neal .168 391 283 Jaycox .... 192 Neal .163 A. Simonsen. 162 Albright -204 354 ‘ 366 Lydiard .... 153 Neal .214 Dunn.185 Albright ....175 338 ■ 389 Lydiard .... 168 Neal .174 Dunn.173 Albright .... 142 841 316 Lydiurd .... 160 Neal .141 Dunn.178 Albright.197 363 ; „ $(88 KELLY WITH RICHMOND South Amboyan, Popular Baseball Fielder, Has Signed With Vir ginia League for Season. James ("Sport”) Kelly, the well known baseball player of South Am boy, has signed to play on the Rich mond team in the Virginia League 'he coming season. He will leave for bis new position March 24 and will commence playing the day following. Kelly was with Auburn last year and ho Is fast coming to the fore as a valuable man. HADKINS WON GUPS Crock Shot of Tottenvillc Club Leads in Shoot at Richmond Vul ley for Prim's, In the 'Aquehonga Gun Club’H shoot Saturday afternoon on the Aquehonga grounds at Juhi’s Park, ( Richmond Valley, S. I„ F. L. Had kins wou all three cups, which had t been presented by the club, Murray ! Androvette and P’. L. Hadkins. Mr. Hadkins also wou the first shoot for u gun In Saturday’s match. The win ner of the contest for this gun will be decided at the end of six months. The Dupont Powder Company also offers a prize of a watch for the highest av orafte of any shooter of tho club dur ing the year 1907. The shooting match held Saturday was for mem bers only, and was witnessed by a crowd. TIME OF HIGH WATER. A. M. P. M. Mur. 6— 10:48 11:29 6— . -- 11:41 7— 12:28 12:43 8— 1:41 2:12 9— 8:03 3:52 10— 4:18 .5:08 11— 5:19 6 Mil 12— C:15 6:51 INTERSTATE LEAGUE STANDING. Won Lost . P.C. Amlcitias .16 12 .571 Aquehongas ....15 13 .536 Alpines .11 17 .393 JUNIOR ROWLING LEAGUE. Won Lost P.C. Keystones .28 14 ,667 Amlcitias’ 2d_24 18 .571 Aquehongas’ 2nd .21 21 .500 Alpines’ 2d .11 31 .262 > !.'---T We have all our Pianos greatly reduced for this monlh only. No deposit required, just pay us $1.00 a week. Piano Lessons. Stool and Scarf pipp Delivery.1 IUU Ludwig’s Music House 150 Smith St. I W. A. A. I/Osr AT NEWARK. j A team of Newark bowlers, cinsist I ing of O. S.'Teller, .1. C. Reiss, F. S. ] Simonson, H. W. Reiss ttnd F. Ryor son, won three straight games from the Woodbridge A. A. five Friday night on the Oxford alleys in New ark. Two weeks ago iti a series at Woodbridge the Newarkers were beaten. 1MPKKIAKS WANT (1AME. The Imperial A. ■(’. would like to ! hear from any local or out-of-town baseball team averaging 10 or 17 years for their opening game April 7. Challenges should bo sent to Ed. Roulsen, 248 Prospect street. The Imperials announce a change in line up. Ward will pitch and C. Peter j son will succeed him at second base. AT BOBNSACK’H AbbEYS. i High scores on Uohu sack's alleys J Saturday night were as follows: S. j McHugh, 214, 206, 181: E. Pape, I 203; L. Van Horn, 192, 180; P. Pet-j crsou, 189, ITT; O. Olsen, 183. 182; C. Olwlue, 180, and U. Rlckwood.l 178. The NEWS in every nome. PERTH AMDOY POSTOFFICE SCHEDULE. 4 TakinR Oct. 15, ltMHI. i ' ~y--- ■ MAILS ARRIVE DAILY. X. Y.. Western mid Southern .... 7.00 n.m. I Hah way—Wood bridge .—.7..'to a.m. ! Fords ami Kcnshey *.8.00 a.m.! j Houtli Jersey Way -.-.».30 n.m. New York and Northern Way 9.30 a.m. ‘llabwny, direct -12.00 m. | South Jersey Wny ....t.30 p.m. ] Wood!)ridge, dir»K*t _ ,1.30p.m. i New York and Northern Wny ... 2.30 p.m. j New York and Northern Wny ... 5.30 p.m. South Jersey Way _:-5.30 p.m. I New York. Brooklyn. Ponnsyl I vaDia and North jersey ..0.30 p.m. I Fords and Keuslioy -0.45 p.m. SUNDAY MAIL. AH Points - ...,6.30 p.m. MAILS CLONK DAILY. I Rahway and W.oodbrldge .7.15 n.m. | New York, direct--7JWn.ru. I New York A: Northern Way-9.00 a.m. i South Jersey Wny ..!>.00 n.m. Folds and Konshey ..... 9.30 n.m. New York. Pen nay Iviinia. New Jersey and Knstern Stales .9.30 a.m. Rahway and Woodbridge ...12.00 rn. I New York A Northern . Wny-12.30 ni. South Jersey Way -2.00 p.m. ; Rahway and Wood bridge ..1.15 p.m. ! New York and Northern Way ... 4.ao p.m. i South Jersey Way --- J..'SO p.m. 'Philadelphia. Camden, Jamcs burg. Cranhury, IIlghtHtown.. 0.00 p.m. i Fords and Kcnsbey - 7.00 p.m. All Points ... - 7.00 p.m. SUNDAYS. All Points . 8.0Q p.m. OFFICE HOCUS. Open_—7 m.m. Clone .7.30 p.m. Money Order Department* opens 7.30 a. in.: oIohon 0.30 p in. Registry Department o lie ns 7.00 a.m.: closes 7.00 p.m. Carriers* Window open Evenings -6.00 p. in. to 7.00 p.m. 1 Sundays—0.00 a.m. to 10.00 a-tn. * Stamp Window -Opens 7.00 n.ui., closes 17..'to p.m. daily. Sundays--Open* 9.00 a.m.: clones lo.uo | a. m. Public Corridor open until 9.00 p.m. GEORGE I! TICK. Postmaster. NOTICE TO BASEBALL MANAGERS. ' MANAGERS OK BASEBALL ANI* OTHER TEAMS ARK REQUEST ED TO KILL IN THE FOLLOWING BLANK AND MAIL IT TO THE SPORTING EDITOR OK THE EVENING NEWS, v SjfeT Name of Team. Name of Manager.,. Address .. .. Telephone No. City ..1 Locution of Grouuds. Average Ago of Player# .j Uniformed .j The object Of the above is to furnish tile Sporting Editor with neces sary information a# to the strength and location of all teams. Last sea-, | son requests wore tnado time and time again to the Sporting Editor to furnish the aliovc Information which necessitated considerable time aud j trouble before same could be done. Re sure to vrMtc very plainly. Address all coiuninnieations lor the sporting page to Spoiling Kdi tor. EVENING NEWS. _ |PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD PERSONALLY-CONDUCTED TOURS To W A'SIJIN GTO X March as. April 4, IS, May > ! -' a. mi $W» iiecessanfc ogpensus from Perth Am _ to selected REEOAf- .Jjg| II****— - OESCRIPlflU WtCS to Ticke^^B M imlMc 1“.'"WA N I A Cent-a»Word—that's all. W W MSmk S! Up I SITUATION WANTS FREE * ™ Don’t become “jyroucliy” about tl»e servant question—advertise. HELP WANTED—MALE. Wanted—Dishwasher, man. $10 per month. Restaurant, 310 State street. 7143-3-ll-2t Wunted—A salesman and collector, one that can speak Polish and Slavish. Apply Monday. 7 p. ni^ at Singer Sewing Machine Company, 322 State street. 7131-3-11-lt1 Wanted—Grocery clerk to solicit or ders. High salary and commission paid to right party. Apply 237 Smith street. 7127-3-1 l-2t j Men and boys Wanted to learn plumbing, plastering, bricklaying, electrical trades; free catalogue; pos itions secured. Coyne Trad© Schools, New York and San Francisco. C713-2-12-tf Wanted—Strong boy. Call Evening News office. 2-23-t£ Wanted—Male stenographer and typewriter for an engineering office. Must also keep records and do general office work. Oood oppor tunity for bright young man. Stale age, experience and salary desired. Address C. Q., care News office. 7108-3-9-3t HBIiP ^WANTED—FEMALE. Wanted—Girl cashier. $4 per week. Restaurant, 310 State street. 7112-3-11-21 Wanted—Girl for general housework, Scandinavian preferred. 165 Wat er street. 7132-3-11-tf Wanted—Afternoons, clean, neat girl to care for two small boys. Apply to Mrs. C. W. Boynton. Sowar eu, N. J. 7024-3-5-tf AViuited—Girl for cooking and light housework, high wages. Apply Evening News office. 7036-3-C-tf Wonted—Cashier, must furnish ref erence. Enquire Evening News. 7073-3-8-tf Wiuritcd—Girl to do general house work in small family. George G. Cuuiiingham, 108 Main street, Tot tenvrtlle. 7105-3-R-3t CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS. Mini 9—Ball, Workmen’s S. & D. Benefit Ass'n., Washington Hall. Mur. 9—“Are You a Mason?” Wild er Hall. Mar. 10—Private party First Hebrew benevolent fltteiety, Braga hall. Mar. IJi—Choral 8ociety Second Con cert, Simpson M. E. church Mar. 14—Supper, Presbyterian chap el, Ladles’ Aid Society. Mar. 14—Lecture, “The Constitu tion,” Judge Adrian Lyon; auspices Teachers' Associa tion, High School. Mar. 17—Jewish Dramatic Enter-j tninment, Braga hall. Mar. 18—Ball. Ira B. Tice Lodge, B. R. T.t Washington Hall. I Mar. 18—Entertainment. Prido of; Amboy Ladies’ Logion, N. j P. L., at Odd Fellows’ hall. ' Mnr. 18—Concert and entertainment, Dullish-America u Society, Braga hall. Mar. 20, 21—Fair, St. Paul’s Ladles' Aid Society, Washington Hall. Peter A. Peterson Attorney- at- Law. Admitted to practice in all courts j it; New York and New Jersey. 138 Smith St. Perth Amboy, N. J _________________ MONEY TO LOAN. Money to Loan on bond and mort gage at 6 per cent. Pierce & Wat son. 1177-4-12-tf ' FURNISHED ROOMS TO~LET. Furnished Rooms, all Improvements, with or without board, for genlle men. 180 Water street, corner Mar ket. 7123-3-9-13t.e.o.d.M.W.8. BOARDERS WANTED. Bonrders Wanted—Nice room wltb board in private family. 286 High street. 6CS0-2-9-tf MISCELLANEOUS^ Simmen’s liutter-um Bread is but one quality—the host, the best bread made, suits th-1 hard to please 5c a loaf everywhere. 4-14-M. & F Embroidery Lessons given by exper ienced lady. Address Peterson, care Evening News. 1 7114-3-9-2t Grates and Bricks, for stoves, re paired at short notice. Drop a postal to Miller’s furniture store, 367 State street, and we will call. 5715-12-13-tf Wanted—500 people who want first close work done promptly. Plumb ing, heating nnd roofing. Monaghan shops—303 State street, city; 170 Broadway, South Amboy. 3-3-tf For TypeWHting and mimeograph work see Trainer’s Private School. 133-2-7-lyr Skldoo to Graham's for Maryland llako biscuit. Melt In your mouth. 3-28-tf They're All Right. What? Graham’s cakes, pies and broad. 9125-12-1 tf. ROOMS FOR RENT. To Let—Three rooms, rent $8. In quire 171 Washington street. 7139-3-11-lt TO L4T—FOUR ROOMS All improvements. Uonvery Place, $9.00. Inquire Meyer Karkus, 145 Fa ene St. To Let—Four rooms from $6 to $7 a mouth. Convery place, near hos pital_ 62!)»-l-17-tf 8TORE8TOLET. Store to Lot—P. J. Monaghan. South __ Ambpv. N. J. 3040-7-23-tf SITUATIONS WANTED—l'EMALE. Situations Wanted—Situations at general housework, plaiu cooking, etc., for women with babies or small children. Small wages expected. Ap ply to “Joint Committee l’or Securing Situations l'or Destitute Mothers with Infants,” 10 Academy street, Newark, N. J.137«3-10-21i-tf "Answering a want ad." some of these days will start yon on the “SHORT CUT” to affluence— so far ns there IS any "short cut.” For “who can answer where any road leads to'.'"_ ¥*ereo\_ egulgtor ON FURNACES ^SAVE'S COAL1 INCREASES MEAT CAPACITY ? REDUCES LABOR ffp NO CLINKERS J NO SIFTING ASHES [ EQUALLY CrfECTIVE ON [g STOVES-R A ijR|E TRJALJi I PERFECT COMBUSTION CO. | lao NASSAU ST NEW YOPK MAIL r OsTAl Tu J . H. CARLSEN, Local Agenl 61 Fayttte Street. Perth Amboy. STATEN ISLAND RAPID TRANSIT R’Y. TISIK TABLE IN ICFF*5CT NOV. 1, MM. Perth Amboy to New York:—6:10, 6:10, 7:00, 7:30, 7:30, 8:00. 8-00 8-52 9:62, 10:62, 11:48 a.m., 12:48, 1:53, 2:53, 3:35, 4:33, 6:33, 6:36, 7:55. 9:06, 10:18, 11:18 p.m. * Fundnys and Legal Holidays. 6:16, 7:47, 8:47, 9:17, 10:47, 11:47 a.m„ 12:47, 1:47. 2:47. 3:43, 4:43. 5:43, 6:43, 4:10, 9:4u (11:18 p. m. Holiday* only). New York to Perth Amboy:—6:00, 7:00. 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, U'.Ou a.m.. 12:00 m.. 1:00, 2:00. 2:40, 3:40. 4:40. 5:15, 6:30. 1:45. 6:15, 0:30, 7:40, 10:00. 11:30 p. to 12:30 a. m. Sundays and Legal Holidays. 7:30. 9:00, 10:00. 11:00 o.m., 12:00 m., 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00. 7:00, COO, 9:30, 11:00 p. in. (12:80 a in. Holidays EbJkRY BETWEEN PERTH AMBOY AND TOTTEN V t!J j K. Ig»nve Perth Amboy dullv:—5:10, 6:10, 3:32, 7:00. 7:30, t"00, 8:52. 9:52. 10:25, 10:52, 11:20, 11:45 a.m., 12:20, 12:48, 1:26, 1:53. 2::’0, 2:53, 3:36. 4:00. 4:33, 5:00, 5:33, 6:10, 6:8,6. 7:05, 7:24, 7:55, 9:05, 10:18. 11:18 p.m.. 12:60 a.m. Sundays and Legal Holidays. 6:1:.. 0:4;. 7:47, 8:20. 8:47, 9:47, 10:87, 11:20. 11:4; # 1.1., 12:30, 12:47, 1:20, 1:4T, r'Mi, 2:17, 3:20, 3:13, 4:2«. 4:43, 6:20, 5*12. 6:20. 6:13, 7:20, 8:10, 8:46, 8:40, 10:20, 11:18 p.m. Leave Tottenvllle dally:—1:33. 1:55, 6-23, 6:42, 7:10, 7:45. 8:12, 11:06, 10:05, 10:40, 11:06, 11:80 am.. 12:05, 12:88, 106, 1:35, 2:05, 2:20. 3:06. 3:43, 4:18, : IS, 5:15, 5*45, 0:S0, 7:11. 7:W, . 8:43 9:48, 11:03 p.m., 12:33. 1:33 am. Sundays »ad Legal Holidays, 8:80, 7:16, 8:00, 8:86, 9:25. »:06. 11:05, 11:30 a.m., 12:05, 12:30, 1:05/1:38. 2:06. 2:30. 3:05, 3:80, 4:06, 4:80. 6:08, 6:30, 0:05; 8:8Q. 7:05. 7:46. 8:18. »:»V 10:00, 10:36 | AGENTS WA N'THO^jM $-.30 « Day guaranteed agents lor our low-priced scissors, razors and household necessities. Many making $5.00 a day. General agents wanted on salary. Ziegler Co., 225 Locust street, Philadelphia. tiSO ■l-2-25-4t-M.Tli. ' f HOUSES FOR RENT. ; House to Let—A six room house with • improvements, $17. Enquire 2frJ7 s New Brunswick avenue. . xaBM 693 8-2-2 S-tfVsJ Flat to Let—Four rooms. Inquire sM 132 State street, corner Washing- « ton. 6995-3-4-lf " i To Let—Four room Hut. corner Goi- s don and Grant street. Enquire 227 Smith street, C. Becker. 7115-5-9-5$ < To iict—Five room flat, 219 Madisou avenue, nil Improvements. Inquire 221 Madison avenue. 7111-3-9-Gt uj — ~ FOR SALE. ------ ;:m Store For Sale at Woudbrtdge Brick building on Malt! street, with stable, formerly occupied as a store and residence by Qeorgo W. Ruddy*, j deceased. Address James E. Berry,' Woodbridge, N. J. For Sale Clteajt—Fifteen horse power steam boiler. C. M. Peterson & Co., 85 Smith street. 7137-3-11-11 | One Family House and lot for sale oil Catherine street, near Hall avenue, price only $750, easy terms. Call at once. Nellsen Bros., 122 “Smith j street. 7144-3-ll-2t Nice Dwelling near Hall avenue for sale, price only $850. Easy terms. See Nielsen Bros., 122 Smith street. 7145-3-ll-2t a , -•— --- '-JSS 'Good Five Koom House on Charles street for sale, If sold at once, price Jonly $1,000. Easy terms. Nielsen .Bros., 122 Smith street. 7146-3-ll-2t | Great Bargain on East avenue, one family house and lot, 26x12t>, j price, If sold at once, only $1.2f>n. Easy terms. Nielson Bros., 122 Smith street. 7147-3-11-21 Five Koom House iu North Amboy. price only $800. easy terms. Niel sen Bros., 122 Smith street. 7148-3-11-:-t j Twn Family House on good cornor, ! suitable for businesa purposes, price , onh\ $2,000. Nielsen Bros., 122 ; Smith street. 7149-8-1 :-2? , [---' ,$250' Cash will buy new six room house, balance may remain on ! mortgage. See Nielsen Bros., 122 Smith street. 7150-3-t l-2t For Kale—Good milk route. P. O. |j Box 1T>U, P. A. 7056-3-7-U" For Sale—$20 pallor stove will sell for $10. Inquire Mrs. William H. ! Dunham. Meiuchen road. 7082-3-8-fit L For Sale—First class wall papor and mouldtugs, exclusivo designs. A Andersen, 40 New Brunswick ave nue. Tel. 41 H. • tf Would You Like to Own a good han dy typewriter? Locks like new. Cun be seen at the EVENING NEW'S o31ce. For sale less than half price. 3-17-tf Diamonds, Watches on credit. $1.00 weekly: strictly confidential. Ad- <■ dress Agar, 12 West 112th street, 1 New York. fi772-2-10-3in. For Sal<—I want to sell, or exchange, my Oldsmobiie runabout, for $200 lot. I do not need two cars. Can bn seen at any time. Richard Ernest Comogys, ovor First. National Bank. 6975-3-2-tf A Business Property on Fayette street, near Statu street, which will double in value, for sale on easy terms. Nielsen Bros., 122 Hiuiiii street. 7l0l-3-9-2t A Double House on Division street for sale on easy terms by Nielsen ; Bros., 122 Smith street. I 7100-3-9-21 , A Plot of eight building lots in con tent location for sale cheap. Easy I terms. Nielsen Bros., 122 Smith ! struct. 7099-3-9-21. i A Smith Street Propery, large lot and building with three tenants, can he Irouglit very reasonable. Nielsen Bros., 122 Smith street. 7098-3-9-21. !Kor Kale—A bargain central location. near new post office, comer liwell i lng, all improvements. Very cheap, i Nielsen Bros., 122 Smith street, j_7097-3-9-2t, \ i-S WANTED. Wanted—To buy second hand shelv ing and counters. Apply 237 Smith street, Perth Amboy. N. .T. • 7128-3-1 t-2t Ueutlemun desires board and lodging in strictly private family. Address S. M., care Evening News. 712r-S-9-3t Wanted : Real Estate Inq ire MEYER KARKU* 1« FAVEITK ST.. I'KItTlt AMBOY. N. T SITUATION'S WANTED—MALE. Wanted—Position by young man as driver, one who can speak Polish. ; Slavish, Hungarian and English, has hud two years' experience ill gr ‘ store. 55 West Side avenue.