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Snyw 1»ο<·(οι· Killed 111· Son. KALEIOIi; N. (·., May 21.-Aceused of having given his son, eleven year.? old, a poisoned orange. Dr. D. S. How· land, a physician of tills city, was ar rested ou a charge of murder. With the physician was arrested his second wife, whom he married last week, and she was. held as an accessory to the crime. The Rowland boy died two weeks agd after he had been walking in the woods with his father. When the two returned to Kittrell the hoy become suddenly 111 and. It Is alleged, said his father had given him an or ange that tasted hitter Terror 01» Stromboli η ml Etnii Slopes MESSINA. Sicily, May 21. — The Stromboli anil Mount Etna volcanoes are again active, especially Stroinboli. Deafening explosions are of constant occurrence, and the population of Stromboli iftfaud have been thrown a second tiuk> into a condition of terror. Professor 1'latania lias been sent to Stromboli by tiie government to study the phenomenon, to report on the dan ger to the population and to suggest precautionary measures. Corey Couple at Cherbourg?, CHERBOURG, May 21.—William EI· lis Corey and his bride disembarked here, entered a hired automobile and started for the Oilman chateau at Villo gensis. Throughout the six days' voy age from New York the Corey s re mained secluded in the captain's suit. Mr. Corey once or twice descended to the promenade deck, but the bride did not appear at all. The passengers called the couple "the Pittsburg pris oners." Stolen Art Treannre· llffiivpred. LONDON. May 21.—Santo Crescentl, an Italian dealer in antiques, was ar rested in connection with the roltbery of the Park lane residence of Charle s Werthelmer, when valuable pictnNM and other property valued at about .$175,000 were stolen. Some of the missing; snuffboxes and miniatures, es. tlmated to be worth about if.".(KMi, were found <111 Crcsceuti's premises. A I'm roil of l/ove MokiiiK. CLEVELAND, O.. May 21—Joe Gold soil, patrol} of love making, whose oc cupation is chief of the park police men, announces that he will give prizes to couples who become engaged in the parks and afterward marry. Λ short time ago Goldsoll announced he would throw open the city parks to couples who wished to make love. (Unnilu Will Not tlttmlle Tt. WASHINGTON, May 2l.-Through Postmaster General I.einieux the gov ernment of Canada has notified the postofflee department that it will not be possible for the Canadian postal de partment to handle second class mail matter which is sent to that country from the United States by either ex press or freight: and mailed there. Frtwco Car m Arc» I< ιιιιιιΐιικ*. SAN FRANCISCO. Mn.v 21. —The Street car strike situation is unchang ed. One bundled and forty cars were running on ten lines of the United rail ways, and no serious trouble is expe rienced. The company is well satisfied with the situation and within a few days will begin to operate several cross town lines. Lowell ι : ν|Μ·(1 11 Ion ni Ι,ίιιιη. LIMA, Peru, .May 21.—The Lowell astronomie.-! 1 expedition lias arrived here from Colen. The expedition Is headed by l'rofessor David I*. Todd, the astronomer of Λ Hi hers t university. It purposes to make a series of obser vations and photographs of the planet Mars. Fi'fMliman Sîi-hIn a Suit «I" ClotheM. MOW HAVEN, Conn.. May 21.— .Tohn Francis Lynch of West Haven, a Yale freshman of the Sheffield- Scien tific school, was arrested here charged with stealing a snlt of clothes from his classmate, John I.. Llliey of Water bury, son of Congressman Lilley. Kilily Suit I'oHt iinnetl. CONCORD, Ν. H.. May 21.—Chris tian Scientists from many cities gath ered here to see the opening skirmish in the Eddy equity snlt. The illness of tUe providing judge caused au adjourn· ment. Inveatiuiition Util 1 ι». ALBANY, i\. Y„ May 21.—The as sembly rules committee reported for today's calendar Ml·. Moreland's amend ed bill, which empowers the governor at Ills discretion to make an investiga tion through a person or commission into any state department. TrnmiH'ri Hon»*» For Exoreiiic. COLUMBUS, ()., May 21.—E. S. Mar tin of New Straitsville, representative ill the Ohio legislature from I'erry comity, reached his home in that city after a three weeks' tramp from New York. He took the long walk as a health restorer. Will Not linn Affnfimt ltnoii«trlt. LINCOLN, Neb.. May 21.—William J. Bryan's friends say with great posl tiveness that he will not accept a nom ination from the Democratic party If President itoosevelt Is renominated. Mr. Bryan, they say, has made this statement. Twelve llnrt In Central Sniimliun. MOW YORK, May 21-A New York Central railroad train between Itoches tcr and Lockport was in a rear end collision with a freight last night, and twelve persons were Injured. Mn<*A1»oy Inquest at Wi»*l»i«iftton. WASHINGTON', May 21. — At the MacAboy inquest here the testimony adduced failed to bring out detinltel.v the cause of the shooting. Philip was remanded to jail. Subscribe for tne NEWS. Senntor llarKU' Denial Enphalip. LEXINGTON, Ky„ May 21.—Testi mony In the trial of James Hargis, charged with murderiug James Cock rill, marshal of Jackson, Ky., is coin· pU?te. Senator Alexander Hargis swore that the stories of Moses Feltner im plicating him in the conspiracy was "the most damnable falsehood ever ut tered." The last witness for the de fense was King Ford, who testified that he was with James llargis when the shots that killed Cockrill were fired and that Hargis did not have a gun in his hand, as several of the common wealth's witnesses testified. Instruc tions were given by the court this morning, after which the attorneys made their closing arguments. Jerome In Gould Divorce Cane. NEW YOKK, May 21.—District At torney Jerome visited Police Commis sioner Bingham today in connection with tlx? Howard Gould case. There has been considerable public discussion as to what part the police have taken in connection with the suit for divorce which Mrs. Howard Gould has tiled against Mr. Gould. It has been Inti mated that central office officials and detectives were employed In the case. Tlilnk Hon* Jordan a Snlulilc. NEW YOUK, May 21.—Kemorse for bis neglect of mother, wife and chil dren probably was the cause of tlio suicide of a man who was found dead here in the Grand Union hotel. <!as had done the work. Ile had registered as It. It. Hose of Worcester, Mass., but apparently that was not his name, for a letter in his pocket was signed. "Your loving wife, Gertrude Jordan. New Portland, Me." It is believed the man was lioss Jordan, who left New rortliind last fall and has been in Mas sacliui-etts since. Iti(]i:iu r'c led Self Defense. llGCHHSTKIt. Ν. Y., May 21.—Har rison 11 HI. t!.!' Seneca Indian on trial here on I lie clia'ge of killing his broth er-in-law. Kii.i: li Peters, on the Tona wanda India ι reservation, took the stand and ι . lined that Peters called hi.a a vile : ame, struck him in the face a ι —ig a lantern which he ι had ; ! : ..nid to strike Hill over the I head when Hill shot him. He claimed lie : I lv lember anything that oc elli : . a, terward. Hoot Lectures at Yale. NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 21.—Aft er years spoilt in acquiring u reputa tion as oiio who always took cure of his friends in politics Secretary Hoot last night told Vale students lie did not believe in letting party organiza tions lie used us mere machines for the getting ami holding of offices, lie was delivering the third of the Dodge lee tures on "The responsibilities of Citi zenship." Ton-iiNeml Murder Tria 1 Opeim. NEW YORK, May 21.—Eight jurors have been accepted in the trial of John Bell, the Brooklyn trolley conductor, who is charged with the murder of Dr. Charles W. Townsend at his home in New Brighton, Statéli Island. The trial is being held in the old courthouse ur Richmond, Staten Island, where some sixty witnesses appeared tills morning to testify as to the tragedy. ltalluu Trackmen on Strike. NEW HAVEN, Conn., May 21 — About a thousand Italian trackmen employed by the New York, New Ha ven and Hartford Railroad company went on strike near here following the refusal of the road to grant 11 demand for a 10 per cent increase in their wages, now $1.50 a day. KelNey VVuiitN lli* Lawyers I'jilil. ALBANY, Ν. V., May 21.—Having defeated Governor Hughes' demand for his removal, < >t t<> Kelsey now thinks the state should pay his'counsel. He conies forward with a proposition that $15,(MX) be included in the supply bill for Edward I·'. Hatch, Julius May er and Dnnforth E. Alnsworth, who had charge of his defense in the judi ciary committee and 011 the floor of the senate. MeCiirr<»u HIocUm Rci'hiiiH Rill. ALBANY. Ν. V.. May 21.—Ill the ab sence of Senator (irmly, the New York mayoralty recount hill was sent to the taileml of the "Relierai orders" calen dar last night upon the objection of Senator McCarren instead of being passed, as had been generally expect ed. KiimIkii ItrlKhin Slmoin HlnmHf. HAVANA. May 21. Commander Tappan of the Taconia at (iuantanamo lms reported that "at 2 o'clock in the morning on board the Tacoma Ensign Brlsbln shot himself with suicidal In tent with a revolver in the left lung. His condition is critical." Seven· Minera In Pit. TRINIDAD, Colo., May 21.—Seven miners, including Superintendent Alex ander Jacobs, were burned or suffo cated in the Englevllle mine at Engle ville, Colo., l.oiiKNlioreineii "Inside (ϊηηβ'κ" Strike BUFFALO, Ν. Y.. May 21—About 1,200 freight handlers, comprising what are known as the "Inside gangs" In the water front freight houses, have struck for on increase in wages. Freneli Cri»i*er Asliore. SHANGHAI, May 21—The French cruiser Chanzy is ashore 011 one of the Saddle islands, in the Chuean group, in a dangerous position. Assistance is being sent from here. .Tuck I.onrinxi'rt Trip Aromtil World. HONOLTTLT', Slay 21.—.lack Lon don's little yacht. -The Snnrk," with Mrs. London and a crew of three men, has arrived here, twenty-seven days from San Francisco. Largest circulation—enough said. PARADE FUND PASSES$l,000 Treasurer Cluney reports the fol lowing new subscriptions today: Perth Amboy Dry Docks Company, $50; w: E. Preston, $2, and Karl Mellck, $2. The total amount receiv ed lo date is now $1,022. The contributors: Peter Breldt Brew. Co $ 100 P. A. Dry Docka Co 50 Reynolds Brothers ' 50 Roessler & Hasslacher 50 First National Bank 50 Chamber of Commerce 25 Petty & Applegate 25 Emil Bohnsack 25 Morris Rosett 25 Perth Amboy Savings Institu.. 25 National Fireprooflng Co. ... 25 South R. Farrington 15 Pratt-Brown Co 15 W. J. Donnell 15 August Kroeger 15 J. T. Simmen .10 J. K. Jensen ·. 10 1 Elizabeth Hardware Co 10 J. W. Beekman 10 Patrick Convery 10 Boynton Brothers 10 I. R. Robbins 10 N. Y. & N. J. Tel. Co 10 P. A. Terra Cotta Co 10 Neilsen Brothers 10 N. J. Terra Cotta Co 10 George H. Coutts, of Ν. Y. ... 10 Miss Emily K. Patterson 10 William Murdoch 10 Mrs. Joseph Schverlichovsky .. 10 "William H. Fullerton 10 Tube Diamond 10 F. W. Woolworth 10 Alderman Schultz 10 J. B. Smith 5 Painters' Union, No. 144 5 Frank Neer 5 Ε W. Barnes δ Wagner & Wuitzel 5 William Strandberg 5 Samuel G. Garretson 5 J. J. Garland f> John Hanson 5 William H. Coutts, of Ν. Y. . . 5 A. K. Jonsen f> F. A. Seaman 5 Jacob Ph. Goldsmith 5 Ferd Garretson 5 A. Greenbaum ϋ The Keasbey Wheelmen 5 J. Goldberger S M. Goldberger S A. Munoz 5 Li. j. nope ι Pierce & Watson Β Dr. G. W. Tyrrell δ J. L. Kearny 5 Marcy Stove Works Β James F. Burns & Son 5 ! Adrian Lyon 5 Emil Sameth Β Raritan Dry Dock Co 5 W. J Β Michael Draper 5 Kinsey Brothers Β August *Nilsson Π D. 0. Now & Son Β Joseph Greiner 5 Jorgen Madsen 5 Goodman Blatt Β John N. St. John 5 William B. Jaudon 5 B. Goldman 6 P. Guthoff 6 J. M. Chapman 5 C. F. Benton ι & P. Kozub Κ Cash Β Graham the baker Β Palace Arcade Β L·. Larsen Β Martin Bartos 5 Fred Yepson 3 Thomas Smith I. C. Moore 3 Max Semer 3 Arthur D. Garben 3 Nathan Jacobsen 3 r. joseison J. L. Klein 3 J. Venezia 2 H. Riclinian H. M. Peterson S. Belekov 2 P. J. Murray L.W. Schoonover Max Shapiro Kopper & Klein G. Whitworth Β. A. .lessen W. E. Preston Earl Melick Olaf Larsen A. Beckoff P. E. Coutts A. Kramer Oertel & Joerger Charles H. Coil Andrew P. Jensen S. M. Coutts · · 2 J. H. Lanning Mrs. Nellie Sofield George Swinson Max Miller P. S. Closson Cash ι Frank Ross Cash J. F. Walker St. Anthony Baseball Club Ij. Weeden Mrs. Frank Pfeil J. Margaretten Louis Kreezer Ε. H. Kleinhans Cash Total 11,022 Ktckpd Diamond Ont uf Ring. NEWARK, X. J., May 21.—Diamonds have been lost In odd ways, but Meyei L. Meyer thinks lie wan the victim ol fate's queerest freak when his horse kicked a $500 diamond off his finget into the Never-Never Limd. Meyer wa drivlng a horse iu Market street when the animal began to kick. Dashboard and shafts were» smashed. Just a> Meyer, clutching the reins, was about to jump out' of the vehicle the horse kicked agaiu, and < ■ hoof struck Meyer's linger, 011 wh., . was the l'lug. Not until Meyer reached the sidewalk in his leap did he discover that the gem was missing. It hud been kleked out of the setting and could not be found. BOYNTON BEACH OPEN SATURDAY, First Grand FREE CHILDRENS DAY All the Afternoon. and new attractions—Ferris Wheel and Miniature Railroad inci before 2 P. M. FINE MUSIC. FREE TICKETS to old and new attractions—Ferris Wheel and Miniature Railroad included. FREE DANCING All the Afternoon. Regular Evening Hop. BIG DAY MAY 30.. BANQUET FOR BUMS BY CHICAGO SOCIETY. CHÏ('Â(}0, May Leaning across ; a banquet board at which they were I accorded all the respect received by ι after dinner speakers in what are con sidered the higher walks of life, ninety ι vagrants, criminals, mid the lowest 1 members of the underworld told what brought them to their present condi tion and what is needed to lift them above it. The banquet was giveu by the Broth erhood Welfare association, ten mem bers of which were sealed at the table with the miscellany of tramps and criminals at a downtown restaurant. Pittsburg Joe, as toastuiaster, dis coursed upon the subject "How I've Lived Without Work." John Smith, who bus served fourteen years In jail at various times and ad mits be never until recently did a day's work except under compulsion, told "Why the Criminal lias a Hard Face." "Why I Hang Around Barrel I Houses" was the topic selected by a ι speaker who is known only as "Fred, iho bum." There were a number of other speakers. The purpose of the banquet was to learn just what these men need. BOISE MURDER TRIAL ONCE MORE HALTED. nOISK. Ida., May 21.—It seems Inovi taille tli.it tlie Sloinienberg murder trial must be halted again today to permit the Katherine of another spe cial venire ot' tale-men, as only eleven out of twenty peremptory challenges have been used, and only lllne of the hundred veniremen gathered a week ago remained ilii called. Tile remaining nine will hardly furnish grist for a day's work, so .Tiulge Wood will probn bly adjourn the tvini for at least a full day and send Sheriff Hodgin fortii in quest of additional talesmen. A stir was cauHMl in the courtroom when a witness said Kislier, juror No. 10, had said that M oyer, Haywood and Pettibone "ought to be strung up." O. P. Allen, a Kol.se socialist, made the assertion. Sixteen men were examined and ex cused for cause. Most of them had deep seated opinions as to the guilt or innocence of William 1). Haywood and went down for bias challenges from the state. Two of the sixteen .had scruples against ' capital punishment and two others had scruples about hanging a murderer on circumstantial evidence Bixliop Left One-thiril ti> lllincl Son. NEW All Κ, N. .1., May lil.-Tlie will of Kishop .lames N. Fitzgerald, wiio died in Hongkong, was admitlVd to probate here. To the widow is be queathed the use of the entire estate during her life. At her death it is to be ; divided among Hie children, one-third i going to Haymond Fitzgerald, who is blind. Scrutfliitui nnil Stirrup Held. NEW York. May 21. Manager Scrugliani of the international policy holders' committee and his assistant, Stirrup, were held on a conspiracy charge and will be arrested on war rants charging forgery. c MR. SMITH'S GUEST IS ARRESTED IN PARIS CIIEKBOÏ RG. May 21. — Sidney Smith of New York, accompanied by tieoiiie Collins, alias Bcvlnprton, has irrlved here on tin* Kaiser Wilhelm II., from New York. Ah soon as the steatn γΊ· «locked two detectives from Paris went on hoard and look Collins Into custody. The party then left l'or I'arin. Collins was in the employ of Sidney Smith in Paris as valet and rolihed him of money and jewels to the value i>f $15.0(1(1. Collins came to New York i und was arrested. "When confronted with Mr. Smith he said that $10,000 worth of tile stolen property was hid den in the room of a hoarding house in Paris and promised to show Mr. Smith the place if he would ko back to the French capital. This Mr. Smith agreed to. and Collins left on the Kai ser Wilhelin II. as Mr. Smith's guest. KUROKI IS GREETED BY STUDENTS AT YALE. NEW HAVEN. Conn., May 21.—Gen prill Baron KuroUl and ΙΓικ η',ο'Τ. ac companied by Brigadier Genera! t Hiver Ellsworth Wood, Γ. S. Α., η tlre.l. ami Major Charles Lynch of the general staff. arrived here from New· York on a visit to Vale university. The trip jvas arranged in fultlllnient of a desire of the Japanese war liero to see tii ■ edu cational seat In which many oiilcers of the mikado's army who fought under his comiunnd in the Mancburlan cam paign received their 'raining in the higher brunches. Yale enthusiasm reached a high pitch in extending a welcome to Knroki and his escort. When the party, with l'res ident Iladley at its head, reached tlie university dining liall 1.200 students arose In their seats and nave the gen eral a ringing Yale cheer. New Haven lias been the objective point of General KuioIcI since he came within easy striking distance of the city. It was liete that many of the olti cers wbv served with distinction in the ItUHSo-.Tapanese war received their ed ucation. Not only at the university were there Japanese students who sub sequently held rank in the army, but the rolls of Mark Pitman's school at Walllngford also held the names of .Taps who won fame on the battlefield. In the home of a Yule professor also lived for a time prior to her entering Vassal· college the young woman who Is now the wife of Field Marshal Oya nia. On his return to New York General Knroki will take a rest and later will leave with his party for Boston. Adopt llilttll-N llill. ALBANY. Ν. V., May 21.—After η two hours' caucus the Republican sen ators adopted early this morning Gov ernor Hughes' public utilities bill with out making a single change In It. Montreal Strike E:nls. MONTREAL. May 21. The leii.v shoremen's .-itiiUf here lis* ·.·.'> · tied. Some one is writing an ad. today f something you will buy within the next forty-eight hours! TRAINER'S STUDENTS IN MANY POSITIONS. The following list of students who were in attendance at Trainer's Priv- 1 ate School since last September, and where they are now working, has been given out by Mr. Trainer: Theresa O'Donnell, of Perth Am boy, with Scheuer's store. Anna Kanengeiser. of Princes Bay, at Tot tenville. Adele Oilman, of Perth Amboy, at Perth Arnboy. Alice Mc Clymont, of Perth Amboy, at Perth Amboy. August Thompson, of Perth Amboy, with Leo Goldberger. Chris tian Jensen, of Perth Amboy, with Trust Company. Anna May Mahoney, of Keyport, at Keyport. Jennie Cas serly, of Middletown, at Keyport Cut lery Company. Mary Mathiasen, of Perth Amboy, at Perth Amboy. Blanche Dimock. of Tottenville, at New York. Katie Lovett, of Totten ville, at New York. Kathryn .Tessen, of Perth Amboy, at New York; Elila Williams, of Tot tenville, at Tottenville; Florence Christiansen, of Tottenville, at New York; Elizabeth Anderson, of Fords, at Perth Amboy: Mary Ryan, of Perth Amboy, with Perth Amboy Trust Company; \Y. G. Marks, of Keyport, at New York; J. E. Aumack, of Keyport, with Perth Amboy Trust Company; Miss Feller, of Metuchen, at New Brunswick; Edith Garis, of Perth Amboy, with Potts & Kauf mann; Helen Browne, of Wood bridge, with Perth Amboy Dry Dock; Remington Oppelt, of Metuchen, with "Prudential," Newark; Louise Garis, of Perth Amboy, with Raritan Dry Dock; Mary West, of Mata wan, at Red Bank; Susie Reid, of Old Bridge, at Spotswood; Margaret Mulhall, of Matawan, at New York; Anna Peseux, of Hazlet, at New York; Joseph Buck ley, of Perth Amboy, with First Na tional Bank; Thornton Johnson, of Perth Amboy, with Lehigh Valley Railroad; Augusta Schmitz, of Wood bridge; at New York; Beatrice Cos tello, of Red Bank, at Red Bank; Helen Ford, South Amboy, at South Amboy; George Ivins, of Clifford, at Perth Amboy; Mary Calt, of Keyport, at New York; Clara Hardiman, of Perth Amboy, with The Chronicle; Henrietta Hansen, of Perth Amboy, at Plainfield; Florence Kenna, of Perth Amboy, with Mr. Peterson, at torney; Rudolf Jensen, of Perth Am boy, with Weber plant, Fords; Cath erine Smith, of Perth Amboy, at New York; Blanche Storer, of Tottenville, at New York; Christine Hansen, of Perth Amboy, at New York; John A. Sullivan, of Woodbridge, at Perth Ambov; Edward H. Koyen, of Perth Amboy, at Perth Amboy; Arthur Gels, of Woodbridge, at Roosevelt; Elizabeth DeHamm, of Perth Amboy, with Bishop Company; Christian San beclf, of Perth Amboy, with The Ely Morris Safe Company, city; John Sullivan, of Woodbridge, with Mr. Dayton, architect. Two Strikes Continue. The strikes at the Perth Anioby cigar factory and the New Jersey ter ra cotta works are still unsettled. The officials at each of the factories this morning said that there was nothing new since yesterday relative to a settlement. The person who secured "the best situation in the city" this past week only read the ads., but ADVERTIS ED. Little wonder-woricers—EVENING NEWS want ads. ^octets SHIRTWAIST ItANtE. The young ladles of Pro:. Yeagh ir's private dancing class will hold a ihirt waist, dance in Wilder hall to ight. The hall has been prettily dec irated. The music will be furnished >y a New Brunswick orchestra. This vill be the closing tin nee of the class his season. Miss Margaret Jensen s chairman of the committee in :harge. • « · MISSION STITHY CLASS. A meeting of the Mission Study Class, of the First Presbyterian chnrch, was held in the church par lors at 3:30 o'clock yesterday after noon. The first lesson on Immigra tion' was taken up. There were six teen present. Mrs. Lyon is in charge of the class. On account o£ the ι bership being so large It was < to divide it and have a. clasn the evening. A meeting will after the prayer meeting t night and organize. It will ι meet, every Tuesday evening i; ladies' parlor. ' ΐ&ΒΙΒ * » · FACULTY TO ENTERTAIN. The high school faculty will tender a reception to the graduating class in. the high school on Tuesday evening, •lune 11. Invitations were given out this morning. The affair will last from 8 until 10:30 o'clock, and this will be a feature of commencement week. ♦ · * GRACE CHI ΚΓΗ SOCIETY. Grace English Lutheran Sewing Society meets in the vestry tomorrow, afternoon. * « * LADIES MET YESTERDAY. The Ladles' Auxiliary, of Simpson M. 15. church, met at the parsonage yesterday afternoon to sew. * * » PERSONAL. William Klein, of Brighton avenue, and Miss Julia Klein, of State street, went to New York Sunday to attend the confirmation exercises of their cousin, Miss May Klein. The Misses Blanche Berger, Dora Nelson and Edith Richards, of this city, went to New Brunswick last night and visited at the home of Frederick Scavingtor. m IRELAND WILL REJECT BILL RECENTLY PASSED. DUBLIN, May 21.—Λ great number nf delegates from nil parts of Irelaud were present at the convention opened here today which will decide whether to accept or reject tile bill to provide for the establishment of an administra tive council for Ireland and for other purposes connected therewith brought in the house of commons by Chief Sec retary For Ireland Birrcll. It would nppfar to b<> η foregone conclusion that the bill will be reject ed. The clergy have opposed it unan imously. and all thcitlik ahd tile of young Ireland afe "hifctvjf against it. The leaders have liècgl In-conference, but no outsiders were admitted to their conclave. According to the most re liable reports, John E. ltedinond, the Nationalist leader. WÎQ move the re jection of the bill himself. OBITUARY. MRS. Tî)A Mrs. Ida Glander, forty-five years old, wife of Charles Glander, of 67 Elizabeth street, died at her home at 2:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon af ter a lingering illness. She Is sur vived by her husband, two daughters and one son. The funeral will take place from her late résidence Thurs day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Jacob Ganss, pastor of St. Paul's Ger man church, of which §li,e was a mem ber, will officiate. Interment will fol low in Alpine cemetfrc^.· People's ïjobbv to Meet. All members of the People's) Lobby ι have tmen requesied.to meet at Achtel Stetter's, in Newark, Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock, to discuss the gen eral policy of the organization, as well as particular subjects In pending or proposed legislation. Members are also at liberty to invite others who may be interested, as spectators. POLICE BLOTTER. Charles Chippie, forty-two years old, was arrested yesterday afternoon by Patrolman McDermott, on a charge of disorderly conduct. He was fined $10 by the recorder this morn ing. The NEWS tn ever* home. HAVE YOU MADE A GUESS? Time drawing near. Contest positively eloses next Saturday. Easy money tor some body. Why can't it be you ? The question is simple. The answer more so. Why Can the Goods at F riedman's Store be Compared with Electricity? fill out this COFPOIT —'— J to be given for the best answers. MESSRS. L. L. FRIEDMAN & CO. "The House that Sells Clothing on Credit." Gentlemen:— 98 Smith St·, Perth Amboy, N. J. My answer is Name. Address. (NEWS) The Best Answer Will Beceive $10 The next Best Answer Will Beceive $5 When two or more have same answer prize will be divided. We sell Clothing:, for Men, Women and Children, on Liberal Terms of Credit at cash store prices and allow you to pay in Weekly or Monthly Payments.