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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920.
Lv 4t- 1i k UNDAY BLUE LAW PLAN HITS THEATRE Provincetown Players in Court on Charge of Presenting Theatri cals on the Sabbath. The first court case In the crusade of the. Lord's Day Alliance to take tho sun out of Sunday coino up before Magistrate Corrlgan to-day. JameR Itlfht and Ocorgo Cram Cook, Directors of the Provincetown Players, were charged Wtlh violating the law In pre senting theatricals on Sunday, Hurry Kemp, Director of the Harry Kemp Theatre, also was summoned to ap pear. Kemp said ho had never given a Sunday performance, and never In tended to. He believed tho summons was Issued In the belief that ho might, Mn the future, dcalro to give a Sunday Mrformance. Tho Provincetown 3'layers and the Kemp Players do not receive compen sation for their sqrvlcos. No admis sion fee Is charged. Only members of the organization can attend, said Mr. IJghL Tho summonses were served by Cn.pt. James Shaw of the Police De partment, at the instigation of Powell Crichton, attorney for tho New York Sabbath Committee. ( BAIL ELECTION INSPECTORS. SENTENCED FOR ROBBERY. Vnutli Wlm Mrnnrril Wiininn (Ivin Tlirrr Yrnrs njul Miir Munllii, Charles flreenberg, nineteen, of No. 251 West 21st Street, was to-tluy sen tenced In Oeneral Sessions Court lo three years and nine months In Wing Sing for robbing the flat of Mrs. Kdlth Klngsley, No. 05 West 187th Strict, on Oct. !. Orccnberg and u companion stoic two gold links, valued at 75 cent, from a wrist wntrh. The two men were recognized on the street Immediately after the robbery and Mrs. Kingsley and a crowd of liova rhasetl them, flreenberg pointed a re volver at Mrs. Klngsley and she ducked Into h iloorwny Thomas Il.irrett. Ilf teen, of No. 552 West 184th Street, grap pled with Orcenherg, who llrcd at him and missed Oreenberg later was caught by a pollreman. SUGAR DOWN AGAIN. ' Hulk lllsfiilt .Also Drops l'rom 1! to 5 Outs n Piiiinil. Sugar prices to-day touched a new low record for tho present year. A ElRht of Twelve Indfeteil llelennnl In f 1,000 Knoll. Bight election Inspectors, who were Indicted by tho Grand Jury, charged with neglect of duty and In permitting' false canvass of ballots were released on ball of (1,000 each before Judge Mul queen In General Sessions to-day. Pour others, under Indictment, aro being sought by officers armed with bench warrants. Six wero members of the Hoard of tho 13th Election District of the 4th Assembly. They are: Abraham Kres ner, of No. 170 Orchard Street; Murray Kasof, of No. 100 Suffolk Street; Joseph Isenstoln, of No. 95 Attorney Street. David Melsel, of No. 86 llidgo Street; Herman L. Dererger. of No. 75 Cll lton Street and Louis Weinsteln, of No. 9U Attorney Street. The other two. Alex ander Mantle! of No. 11 St. Mark's Place and John Poplltz, of No. 121 1-Uai Second Street, wero members of the 6th Election District Board of the 8th Assembly District. The Indictments wero due to Aiding of ballots In tho mitter at Stanton uml iForsytho Streets the day following the ecuon on !ov. --. shipment of 7,500 bags at raw sugar was purchased at 4 cents per pound. This Is equal to 3.01 cents per pound for Cuban sugar, duty paid, and repre sents a tlrop of one quarter cent per pound from the previous low quotation. It was announced to-day by the Na tional lllscult Company and the 1oose Wlles lllscult Company that they had reduced prices on different vorlctles of hulk goods .fioni 2 to 5 cents per pound. Crorkers In packages have not been af fected as yet because of the higher cost of marketing jnd tho cost of contain ers. fin y Crippled .Soldlcil Is llurglnr. Jqseph Fowler, nineteen, of No. 19 Bayslde Avenue, Hrooklyn, an over seas veteran who lost a leg and the sight of one eyo In Prance, mis held without kill for the Oiand Jury to day liy Magistrate Short In the Cates Avenuo Court on a charge of burglary. Tho complainant was .Mrs. Oertrtide Oallngher of f:if) Kosciusko Street, Urooklj n. It was alleged that Detec tive James Murphy found the man hid ing In a closet In Mrs. Gallagher's home after Mrs. Gallagher had set earned. Things you need pverva av There is a tremendous amount of time, worry and money wasted in trying to buy things that thousands of people need every uay aixnuiy uc- xS cause people do not know wnere to Duy mem or me nearest place to buy them. Find the I nearest place s to get them NAVY W. U. CASE UP TO COURT Kffortu to Kettle Dispute Oirr the Mlnral Cable 1'nll. WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. EfTorU of counsel for the Government anil the Western Union Telegraph Conipanv to settle out of Court the Injunction pro ceedings brought nj,' Jjn.it Secretary Daniels to prohibit the Navy from In terfering with cable work by the tym pany at Miami, I'la., have failed, Jus tlco Stafford of the District of Colum bia Supreme Court was Informed to day. The Court thereupon gave tho com pany until next Wednesday to flle briefs a-nd allowed the Government until Dec 10 to prepare replies. 33 If rou would leirn to ute D. R. D. at an everyday buying cutde, you would find it a remarkable conven ience, telling the nearest place to buy such things aa you need In rveryday life and affording you a real time and money saver. There'a a copy of D. R. B. Don net ley's Red Book Classified Tele phone Directory wherever there Is p telephone subscriber In the city of New York. THE REUBEN H. DONNELLEY CORP., 2X7 FultonSt New Yora City Telephone Cortland Official M. Donnelley Red Book S rnntttJfiVH Telephone Directory t Here's a list of every day needs such as D. R. B. will tell you, not only where to buy, but the nearest place to buy : Food Clothing Garage Service Auto Parts and Equipment Expressman Printer Machinist Music Teacher Watch Repairer Window Cleaner Barber Dancing Teacher Office Equipment Carpenter Laundry Druggist Doctor Lawyer Painter Furnished Room Furnace Repairs Turkish Bath Hair Dressing Furniture Sporting Goods Hardware Chinaware Shoes Oculist Locksmith Electrician Silverware Mdxaa tiectric Limp. Dentist ES Jj 1 Open Evening; at 42nd St. m 427HfthAve. At 38th Street anda;v; Open r& c. i r . blCIIIIIEI 23 W. 42nd St. Bet. 5th & 6th Ave. Ia Newark: 775 Broad St. Let Your (jift Be a Victrola from Landays ,a 3? IT is always an appropriate gift, and the added distinction of coming from Landays gives it an air of quality. Not just a gift for a day, but a lifetime's companion. Special Xmas Offer Genuine Model XI Victrola$150 With $10 in Records Also. Special Terms on Victro las at $25, $35, $50, $75, $125, $225, $275 and up. Period models to $1500. By Special Arrangement this offer. can alto be had ac BRONX Smiths: 945 So. Boulevard YONKBRS , Sonnenbetgs: 11 North B'way BRIDGEPORT Sonnenbergs: 1127 Broad St. NEW HAVEN Sonnenbergs: 801 Chapel St. r" msm TV-IT A T U I i'JI I II ' --TlM'N Neat Unci. Careful work.- A manship. Invisible eye- uf:.j ? lets. Dull Russia calf.PJt,! g 1 A real bargain at f A ' $8.85 MJI jfo Save $1.15 From Tliat Ten Spot WANT the price right? What'a "righter" than $8.85 for this shoe Uiat gives you wear for every nickel you. put into it. Want the style right? Looll: at the lines of this shoe then get it, at any of the four Signet Stores, to-day. Q.85 Signet Shoe Co. 1345 Brotdwtr. Opp. Hrrill Bldf. lhrlem. 112 Weit HiSth St, Bronx. 3rd Are. and 149t.i St. Drllrn, 557 Fulton St Retailers of Rice & Hutchina Educator Shoos "For the Whole Family" ALL STORES OPEN EVENINGS 'wl?i1iTa7i Why ? M facturers' Outlet Sale anu of MEN'S FINE OVERCOATS a SUITS Below Cost Prod uction IJE'RE going to put it to test, whether it is really true that the public will not buy, 31 at this time, even it ottered desirable merchandise at real bargain prices. We Have bought for spot cash the stocks of 3 prominent Clothing Manufacturers, and of the Metropolitan Shirt Co., makers of the well known "Metro" Shirts, and have rented the store formerly occupied by )foxxMB at 1 163-65 Broadway, for their quick disposal. This Sale Will Commemice at 9 A. 1ML Tomoirirow 850 SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. In 1 riety of all-wool Worsteds, Tweeds, Cassimeres and Blue F nels. Single and double-breasted models of smart style and excellent tailoring. Regularly sold at $40, $35 and $30. Your choice of the lot at $15. 450 High-Grade Ail-Wool O'COATS & SUITS All the new winter models and desirable patterns. Wholesale buyers paid almost twice the amount wc ask for them arge va aiv $2 320 OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. In Ulster. Ulsterette and conservative Chesterfield styles. Availa ble in plain Blue, Grey, Brown and all the new fashion able colorings. Excellent workmanship. All at the phenomenally low price of $15. 350 Fine All-Wool O'COATS & SUITS ore FINE CD all ITS Madras and Percale Shirts -41.75 to $2 Values -3 for $2.75.... Cord and Percale Shirts -Regularly. $3.50--4 for $7.50 Madras & Silk-Mixtures Below Cost of Making 95c I $0.45 Silk and Linen Shirts Half -priced 1 3 for $10 Heavy Silk and Linen Shirts Fhonomcnal Values 3 for $1 1.50 Pure Sik Shirts Values $10 BELOW The best domestic and foreign fabrics. Offered at way below cost of making. Tre mendous values! Your choice at $29 Scotch Wool Hose All Shades Regularly $ 1 7 Spring-Needle Knit Union Suits Below Cost of Production Wright Super-Weight Woolen $1 .85 Undergarments - Regularly, $3 50c $1 .95 Money back for any unsatisfactory purchase. Cwing to our selling these goods at smallest wholesale margins over cost, ve are compelled to make a small charge (actual -ost) for alterations. No deliveries unless postage preoaid. 10 Experienced Salesmen Wanted MANUFACTURERS OUTLET STORE 10 Experienced Salesmen Wanted 163 -65 Broadway Near 21th St Many persons wonder"why"they' have to pay 40 or 50 cents, or more, for the beef they buy when live cattle are only 10 or 15 cents a pound. In the first place, we average only about l pound of meat from the pound of steer for which we pay 10 or 15 cents. Only part of the other half consists of such by-products as hides, oleo oil, tallow, etc. the remainder is waste. And the return from by-products just now is very small. Hides and fats as' well as many other items are down. to pre war prices. In the second place, there are not many pounds of the kind of meat for which you pay 40 or 50 cents, or more, in the entire animal. Some times the retailer has to sell a lot of the meat he buys for about what he pays for it, because you and your neigh-' bors pass by certain cuts and insist upon the other choicer cuts, such as. steaks, etc. Necessarily, he must get enough, for these choicer cuts to make up foi; what he loses on the less 'popular ones, such as soup meat, etc. The difference between the final retail price -of the finished meat product and the first cost of the liva steer is less than it is for most farm products. , If .the foregoing raises any question in the mind of the reader, we will endeavor to answer it, upon request. Swift & Company, U. S. A. NELSON CLANG, Mgr. & i 0? Yt'GQZS V J I Ma roR live stock ran Mi "ui l umiimalt UBOmmiCHT of ThU Hr.iii7aBiffiiiinfctfJ.it Profit yfjtf re juiusa.xirnjs Dumanxc mux sou nikd-a. would ww wha qo aw nxtore, 1 V '1 4 m HP 1 21