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TODAY ONLY Adults 10c, Children 5c
Jesse L. Lasky Presents MARBE DORO In the Romantic Story Entitled "THE LASH" Mutt and Jeff Comedy Cartoon and Others Splendid Attractions Tomorrow LEW FIELDS Right off the Bat in Hearst's Pictorial 'The Man Who Stood Still' j Netvs A World Film Production ; First Time Shown Anywhere "WAR BRIDES" BULLETIN NUMBER TWO When Mme. Ν AZIMOVA appears at this Theatre ou Dec. 25, 26 and 27th in the Picturization of her greatest stage success "WAR BRIDES", the man agement of the Ditmas requests that parents will leave their children home on this one occasion as the subject matter ot the story is such that it is adopted for mature eyes and is in reality a play for adults only. Watch For Bulletin Number Three Tomorrow ROYAL THEATRE The Home of the 'Best in the World' Photo plays TODAY The Graceful Antonio Moreno And the Gilted Naomi Childers In a Prize Story "THE DEVIL'S PRIZE" Steeped in wickedncss one r^oW~hna^,ir.t irt to It;, but there's where the " Cullud Pus son" in the wood pile enters. TOMORROW The Panther Girl Olga Petrova Ε -IN "Extravagance" Slie knows about it in life j and literature, stage and story ami enhances the tale by her great beauty. Tour eyea may need instant atten tion. Run no risk of examination by Inexperienced or fake ootlciacs. Your advantage la In comlns: to u· when your eyes need attention. We combine the services of an optometrist and optician without additional charge. I. MANN Special!** 12 Tear»* Practice In This City G«aa«ea from f 1.50 87 V* Smith St. Oppj^ite Woolworth Ten Cent Stor· Telephone 1405 ELK TAXI SERVICE (DAY OR NIGHT) Cars To Hire By Hour, Day or Trip TEL. ISI3 PATRICK WHITE & SONS Telephone So. 8 ENGINEERS FOLWDEUS MACHINISTS General and Special Machine. Pattern, ι Dollar and Blackamlth Work. HOUSE OWNERS ATTENTION Painting and Paperliansinff Skill fully Done. Best Material TTsed. See me. I will save you money. L. BENENSON, 157 Siritli St. Phone 31! DI ED IN 34 HOURS AKD UKMVKRED BT THE SARKESIAN DRY CLEANERS AND DYERS 2<*1 KINO STREET Phone 1*23 Open Evening; ANDREW NELSON IMA.VOS TU.NKD AND REPAIRED Room 11, Stern Bulidln*. Ιββ emlth St. T»L m-w In Praise of Work. Work is the salvation of the race Without it we should be savages. Whet η nmn Is too old for work, his useful uess in this world Is practically at an end. Work is a good, old-time word, conceited In honesty of purpose. Work drives the devil a way. All honor to the working man and sorrow for the Working man who is ashamed of hie title.—I'ittsfield Eacle. 'PROPERTY IN MADISON AVE. ! SOLD TODAY FOR $17,001 A denl was cloned Ia*l night for tl· talc of tlie property at 336-338 Ma< I ison avenue. Immediately in the re; of the Danish M. E. church. Tl property contains a six family apar ment house. The deed was conveyc from Aaron Kauffman to Samuel Eli lier through Morris L. Cioldberger. Tl consideration was In the ncighboi'hoc ot $17,000. It is expected that the sale of pro] erty In State street, south of Lew street will be consummated tonigl from the present owners, Kaplan an Kskiti, to Samuel Vogel. Louis ' Sosin will act for Vogel and Morris .1 I Uoklberger for Kaplan and Eskln. FILE LIEN CLAIM fpccial to the EVENING NEWS. New Brunswick. Dec. 14:—Th Woodbridge Lumber Company a claimant has filed a lien claim fo ■$550 against Charles L. SteurwaU incorporated, owner, and Hans Mej er, builder. The claim involves ma terial delivered for the constructio ι of a one and a half story dwellin house situated on the northerly sld of Prospect avenuo 320 feet west c I the intersection with the westerl side of Kahway avenue in Wood I bridge township. INTERESTING TALKS FOR Y. M. C. A. LEADERS' CORP! The members of the Leaders Corp of the local Y. M. C. A. held the! weekly meeting last night, at whic! time Frank M. Foye led a dlscussio on the Biblical topic, "Why Wer the Twelve Apostles Chosen?" afte which Health Officer William J Willsev spoke on "Public Hygiene. Mr. Willsey's talk was greatly appre elated and was the first of a series ο addresses on public health which wil be given the members of the Leaders Corps following the Bible study per io<l. The leaders hold these classe weekly, devoting half an hour t< ^ Bible study, another half an hou hearing a lecture on public health after which they have moro than ai Îhour of instruction In the gymna Mum. CAMP FIRE GIRLS PLAN BIG SEWAREN EVEN! I Tegahkwita Camp Fire Girls ο j Port Reading are planning to give t i basket social and dance in D. B. S Hall on Thursday nig lit, Decembe] 28, at 8 o'clock. During the evening Misses Mary Martine and Ora Chanc< will play some selections on th< piano; Miss Katheryn Murray wil recite and Misses K. O'Boyle am Angeline Zullo will give somo voca selections. Fancy baskets and boxei of refreshments will be for sale. Tin committee of arrangements follows; Misses Mary Thompson. Kntc McGet· ι tigan and Almira Nevil. Music wil! I be furnished by the Perth Amboy or I chestra. ! COMMITTEE MEETING OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT The first open committee meeting ο the Hoard of Aldermen is scheduled for tomorrow night. Among the mos r important topics likely to be discuss ; ed and considered is the making of ar ι rangements to pay for a sanitary sew er in upper State street and for grad i ing work about Lewis and First streets ! Despite the claims of bond attorneys 11 that the city cannot legally pay for th( I work at this time, city officials believe tliere is a way out of the predicament. The subjects of appointments fo next year will probably not be dis cussed by the board as a whole unti the last committee meeting of the yeai . on Dec. 29. W. OF W. CAMP ELECTS Slavonia Camp, No. 85, Woodmen of the World, at its meeting last nighl at Grand Central hall, elected the fol lowing oflieers: Consul commander Stephen A. Kuzusko; advisor lieuten ant. John F. Pkac; banker, Johr Pribuia; escort, Andrew Mayaros; 1 clerk, George Hydo; sentry, Johr Boliac; watchman, Frank Mizenko; physicians. Dr. M. S. Meinzer and Dr. M. F. Urbanski; managers, Mich ael Portik, Joseph Pribula and An drew Muska. Two candidates were initiated and fifteen applications foi membership were received. After r meeting a social time was held will 1 refreshments. The installation will take place at the first meeting in Jan uary. STATIONS REMEMBERED Asbury Park, Dec. 14—Each life saving station on the Atlantic coast nnd in fact every station in the United Htates Coast Guard service, who liaf a new member beginning with No. 1 at the most northerly station ir Maine, Kastport, and continuing dowr the coast to the Texas border and or the Great Lakes and Pacific coast, in cluding Atlanta, is to be renumbered In the new allotment the Deal statior is 102 and the station at Shark rivei 103. Altogether on the Atlantic coast there are 22 2 stations and ir the entire service 2Π7 stations. Thf change of numbers only recently wem into effect. ATTEMPT TO REPUCE POLE CAUSES CALL FOR POLICI An attempt on the part of Publl Service Electric Company employe today to replace an electric ligh pole at Kearny avenue and Harrisoi Place caused a call to be sent for th police. The men were working· li front of the residence of Richar· Martin when Mrs. Martin entered ob jection to the placing of a pole abou two feet distant from an old one Detective Sergeant Long was detailei to investigate. He reported that th case was one for a civil court. ANDERSON MADE HEAD OF WASHINGTON HOSE CO The annual election of officers ii the Washington Hose rjiJ Chemlca Company was held at the tlrehouse ii Hector street last night. The meet ing was followed by an Informal eel ebration. Fire Chief Andrew Anderson \va elected president of the company John Campbell, vice president; L. H Franke, treasurer; Richard Seguine recording secretary; George Seaman financial secretary; Thomas Bakei foreman; John Kelly, first assistan foreman, artd Richard Seguine, sec ond assistant foreman. Louis H. Franke, Alexander Se guine and Joseph Pittel were electei to the Are police department. The trustees elected wero Tlioma Baker, John Melko, William Kozul and Andrew Scliantz. The represen tatlve in the Firemen's Relief Asso elation elected was George Seaman. All of the companies have nov elected their officers with the excep tion of the McClellan Engine Com pany, the Protection Hook & Ladde Company and the Humane IIosi Company. . M. C. A. WOMEN PLAN TO FDUJP BOYS' CAMF The regular monthly meeting of th Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y. M. C, A was held yesterday afternoon in thei rooms at the Association building, i being decided at that time to exer most of their efforts in equipping th' Perth Amboy Boys' Camp, "Ahwanee ta," at Carr Lake, which was begui last summer and proved such a sue cess. Letters of appreciation, reccivet from members of the state organiza tion with regards to the annual stat< convention held in this city las month, were road to the members b: Airs. A. C. Clark, president. It was decided to again furnish th( Christmas trees for both the young and the "old" boys, the latter being the men of the association. Last yeai these trees were the source of mud enjoyment among both members ο the boys and men's department, the] giving a true Christmas spirit to th< rooms. Regular routine business was trans acted following the settling of thest special matters. PERTH AMBOY FOLK AT PARTY IN SOUTH RIVER South River, Dec. 14:—A delight ful fiurpri.se party was given to Maurice Nelson Saturday night at hla hom* on Reid street. The evening was spent In playing: games and the enjoyment of some excellent instru mental music. Miss Serena Nelson presided at the piano, while Charles . Gearstacker played the violin. At the close of the evening- refreshments ■ were served. The guests were from: Milltown, ; Louis Ochs, Martha Christ; South ijAmboy, James Callahan, James Britt; ι Perth Amboy, May Creamer, Minnie 1 Voorhees, John Miller, Frank Miller» I Elizabeth Morgan; New Brunswick, '.Catherine Anderson, H. Cousin; 'South River, Maurice Nelson, Charlos ! Gearstacker, Lillian Eib, Engrid Gearstacker, Mildred Stults, Jano Riggen, Joseph Stephen, Serena Nel sen; Newark, Gertrude Nelson, Wil liam Mallon and Joe Olsen. ! BOARD OF HEALTH TO HAVE BANQUET DEC. 26 I The annual banquet of the Board ; of Health will lie held on December J 26, following the last meeting: of tlie ι board for tho year. The arrange ! ments for the affair have been left I In tho hands of Health Officer Wil liam ,T. Willsey. ! The banqnet will be given this year ' in honor of Commissioners George Stillwcll and Hans Smith, whose terms expire on December 31. Mr. Smith will not accept another term on the board, ho says. It is not [known whether or not Mr. Stillwcll I will accept another term or not. CLUB TO CELEBRATE Sayreville, Dec. 14:—In a revel of 'the year the Karitan Club offers a novel and interesting bazar to raise money for the Christmas baskets which the club sends out every year. The months will be impersonated by members of the club as follows: Jan uary, Mrs. Thorn; February, Miss Agnes Hoover; March, Mrs. Mattern; April, Miss Helen Wunsch; May, Miss Minnie Kctzler; June, Miss Edna Knuff; July, Miss Ruth F. Mathias; August, Miss May O'Brien; Septem ber, Miss. Louise Fisher; October, Miss Lena Scheig; November, Miss Emma AVay; December, Miss Mar guerite Baker. JR. 0. U, A, M. HAS MUCH H BUSINESS AT SESSION The first and second degrees of the order was conferred on two candi dates by Middlesex Council, No. (3, Jr. O. U. A. M., at its meeting last night. The degree work was in charge of the guard of the council. There was a large membership out and arrangements for conferring of the third degree at the next meeting were discussed. The first nomination of officers took place at this time. The second nomination will take place at the next meeting and the election the following week. Arrangements for the annual dance and reception on Lincoln's birthday, February 12, 1917, are in the hands of a committee, who will endeavor to make this affair much larger than ever held before by the organization. j Y. M. C. A. BOYS TO SPEAK ' AT WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL) The local delegates to the New Jersey Older Boys' Conference which was held at Atlantic City on Decem ber 1, 2 and 3 will go to Woodbrldge tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock to j address the students of the high j school. Kach of the thirteen dele- I gates will talk for about three mln- f utes, telling of the conference. The delegates last Sunday visited (he Baptist, Methodist and Presby terian Sunday schools together with being at the boys' afternoon meeting at the Y. M. C. A. The delegates will appear before the Young Men's Club of St. Peter's church at their next meeting. They may also report at several of the churches in this vicinity including Woodbridge and Metuchen. The delegates will leave in a body from the corner of Smith and State streets about 8:30 so that they may I begin their reports at 9 o'clock. UNITED HEBREW LODGE NOMINATES OFFICERS Nomination of officers for United ' Hebrew Lodge, No. 602, Independent, Order Brith Abraham, was held last J night at a meeting of the lodge with ' the following result: Presidents, Jo- ! sepli P. Klein and I. Feldman; vice, presidents, M. D. Colien, Harry Medi- j nets and I. Linger; financial secreta-1 ries Samuel Klein and J. Rosenthal; recording secretary, II. Rubin; treas urer, Philip Guthoff; trustees. L. Sar-, okln, J. Wcltzcn and I. Budine; ser- j gcant-at-arms, M. Oilman. Three candidates were Initiated and Ave new applications for membership were received. The election will take place at the next meeting December. 27. ) BRIDAL COUPLE HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT New Brunswick, Dec. 14:—Mr. and Mrs. Herman Finckelstein, who were carried Sunday night in Bayonne, ire in St. Peter's Hospital suffering rrom serious injuries received in an tuto accident. It was after the wed ling and reception that they ftarted 'or their future homo in Bernard avenue, Highland Park. arriving :here with the wedding glfls on the 2:08 train Monday morning:. They thought tho fee asked by the taxi Iriver was too high, ho they decided to walk home. On the way they passed a garage, in front of which stood a racing machine. The driver agreed to take them to Highland Park. In Karltan avenue the car struck α bole in the pavement and Hr. and Mrs. Finckelstein were thrown out. -The driver continued vlthout finding <ul bow badly they were hurt. Chief of Police George Bedford heard the woman's creams and found the couple lying in the roadway. At the hospital it was found Mrs. Fine kelstein's ankles were sprained, two ribs broken, one of her kneecaps dis located and her left shoulder broken, lier husband is suffering from a fractured skull. Efforts to find the automobile in which theye were riding were fruit less. MUST EXTEND MAINS Unealal to the UtWM. Trenton, Dec. 14—The State Board of Public T'tlllty Commissioners to day ordered the Delaware River Water Company of Delanco to extend its water mains to the residence of Mrs. Oliver J. Berry man, of that town, α distance of 110 yards. The order was made upon the complaint of Mrs. Berry man that the water company refused to give her service. TODAY Is Parcel Post Day For the Male Contingent Get Your Little Surprise TODAY is Your Day To See The Best Show in the City at Prices That Fit Your Purse. The On:y high Class Vaudeville in the Entire City Showing Every Day of Every Week TODAY "LIBERTY" I "The Waiters' Ball" Patriotic Serial | A Keystone Comedy, 4-Vaudeville Acts-4 INCLUDING JACK WALTERS & CO. in "A Bit Of Life" Daily 2:15 to 5 7 and 9 P. M. 5 0 0 Seats it Matinee 5c Front Orchestra 1 Oc Night 5c & 10c Front Orchestra 1 5c Oriental Night Friday Beautiful gifts, Rugs, Silks, etc., From the Land of the Rising Sun Parcel Post Day I-adies Monday, Men Thursday Matinee and Night Local Amateurs Every Wednesday Night Oriental Night Friday Sumptuous silks, satins, rugs, etc. given away. Saturday Matinee School Children's Con T\ Majestic Theatre C0UN1IIAN & SHANNON, Prop· p"«· Thf"«" »« v.ruue. j. p. BULLWINKEL, Mgr. ONLY TWO PLACES TO GOr-THE MAJESTIC AND HOME ABRAHAM LINCOLN Said . . . You can fool all the people Some ot the time, And some ol the people All of the time But You Can't Pool All The People All of The Time GET WISE to the Pact That The Biggest Show in the World °"Sr' 5c and 10c ^7ηο„η and 5c, 10c 15c and 25c Every Night, is Shown at the MAJESTIC THEATRE ALL THE TIME REAL ALL STAR VAUDEVILLE TOMORROW Friday Night BAZAAR NIGHT A variety of presents given away, including turkeys, dolls, Teddy bears, gold pieces, etc. Presents for old and young. Today, Friday and Saturday, December 14, 15, 16 oMhe Prize Ifing "GETTING THE MONEY" You Will Laugh Every Minute with This Whirlwind of Comedy—A Wonderful Act in 3 Scenes. 5 Other Real All Star Vaudeville Acts Also 8th Episode of "THE YELLOW MENACE" All Next Week MAJESTIC THEATRE Only Two Places to Go—the Majestice and Home All Next Week Miss Myrkle MVRKIE-HARDER STOCK COMPANY Mr. Harder 3 Β I G Ρ L A Y S Monday Tuesday Matinee and Night i6 SINNERS 99 Wm. A. Brady's Big New York Success Wednesday Thursday Matinee and Night "THE WOMAN" David Belasco's Greatest American Play Friday Saturday Matinee and Night "A PI OF SIXES" Conceded to be the Best and Brightest Play in Years MATINEE PRICES: 10c 20c 30c NIGHT PRICES: 10c 20c 30c 50c SEATS NOW SELLING Telephone No. 60 I CHRISTMAS WEEK, COMMENCING DECEMBER 25th RETURN OF VAUDEVILLE Giftsto Suit Every Pocket Ivory Sets, Manicure Sets, Periumes, Toilet Articles, Shaving Sets, Fancy Boxes of Paper, Kodaks, Smoking Sets, Candies, Best Brand Cigars, Cigarettes, Imported and Domestic. AT= FRANKELS Cut Rate Drug Store Cor. Smith and State Sts. Frankel Puts Up Prescriptions. Goods Delivered Anywhere In City.