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ADMISSION ADULTS 10c CHILDREN 5c At AH Performances Except Saturdays and Holidays Today's Paramount Picture FRANK MclNTYRE In a Picturi/ation of Ilis Big Stage Success "THE TRAVELLING SALESMAN" ■ By James Korbcs Current New* Pictorial and Others TOMORROW'S ΡΛΚΛΜΟΙM PICTURE DUSTIN FARNUM In a Delightful Comedy Drtma Entitled WA SON or ERIN" Mr. Farnum in One of Ilis Best Roles , rc ι τ ν -1 ί Perth Amboy's Choice Picture Play house Continuous DAILY 2 to 10:45 Today Only Two Features The Message With a Meaning "A MESSAGE TO GARCIA" With Mabel Τrun ri elle and Robert Connes A Gem by the late Elbert Hubbard full of adventure and romance also "THE WiNNING PUNCH" Keystone Comedy TjAST PERFORMANCE STARTS Β P. M. FRIDAY—"PARDNERS" with Charlotte Walker Tnmnrrnw - "LIBERTY·* Einal Episode lUUIUIIUWj «THE PURPLE MASK" Coming—"Seven Deadly Sins" Fir*t is "ENVY" Played by ANN MURDOCK. Fifty Millions of people have read these tremendous, romantic dramas of today and all are clamoring for the production 5c ) ioaS 15c 10c ROYAL THEATRE The Home of "The Best In The World" Photoplays γΘΒΑΥ Foi Feature Day GLADYS COBURN in "The Battle of Life" A thrilling story ot the temptations that be set a woman day alter day. TOMORROW. The Beautiful PEGGY HYLAND —IN— "HER RIGHT TO LIVE" Its everybody's right of course, but finding the way, the real way, Ay, there's the rub. WE DO DRY CLEANING AND GUARANTEE IT The only cleaner who does dry cleanlnjr within four hours by a POSITIVELY ODORLESS PROCESS fckirts Dry or Steam Cleaned cn. and pressed H. SARKESIAN, 261 King St. DR. J. MORROW V CHI IIΟ POI) 19T The RARITAN BUILDING Cor. n»fth St. uu«I llediii'in Are. Rmhi .T04 Phone 1541 OFFICE IIOCRSi » to 6 Dally. Monday and Saturday Evening:». ANNOUNCEMENT! W· have recently Installed a set o' lens grinding mac-bines of the latest and raoet improved type, whicli will en able us to furnish a quicker nervier with «ua ran toed accuracy at our old reasonable prices. BYES EXAMINED and all corrections guaranteed for one year. IlltHli OPTICA I, Ae tflι my , WAWW»|»b<;iAIjISiT Ask'ycHJT ÏÏoutor 97% Smith St Opp Wool worth's 6 and 10c Store. A'nboyn Oldest Exclusive Optical Store g ? THE ELK TAXI SERVICE At Tour Command Reliable Automobile Service at Moderate Rates. A. Trial Will CouTlnee You. PHONE PERTH "1813" * MUNOZ EXPRESS Storage and Trucking ■BDUL RiaGKBt Batlmatea Cheerfully Furnished Telephone Connection. •M-SM IkeiMn at IVIk later LEGISLATORS ΙΟ HONOR PRESIDENT No Session Next Monday Night Because Wilson Will be In augurated — Governor and Some Senators to Attend. Trenton, Feb. 28—After a short session last night, during: which sev eral bills were reported and given a second reading, the senate adjourned until next Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. The usual Monday night ses sion was omitted next week because Monday President Wood row Wilson will be inaugurated for a second term, and Governor Kdge and some of the senator» will be in Washington for the ceremony. Governor Kdge and his staff, two troop» of ca-^*.ry and Battery Β, οί Camden, will participate In the in augural parade, representing the New Jersey National Guard. The House of Assembly was in ses sion until after 10 o'clock last night and then adjourned until next Mon [ day evening at 8 o'clock sharp. There j was some surprise that the assembly did not skip the Monday night ses sion in honor of the inauguration, but Speaker âchoen and leader A. Day ton Oliphant decided that owing to the large number of bills that will be ready for final consideration by Mon day night, the session should be held in order not to d#lay the session. Assemblyman Oliphant resented criticism of this action. He said: "They criticise ue if we do not hustle business along, and then they find fault if we do not atop next Monday evening." PLAN PLEASING PROGRAM Special to the EVEXIKO NEWS. Roosevelt, Feb. 2S.—An attractive program has been arranged for près eotatton at a social under the auspices of the Junior department of the Pres byterian Sunday school, to bo helil from 7 to 9 o'clock tomorrow niglu at the Presbyterian church social room here. Parents as well es children ar< Invited to attend. It is reported the the program for the occasion will bi one 6t the best of its kind yet un dertaken by the Junior department ol this Sunday school. PLAN MORE DSE FOR NEW HOSPITAL HERE Will Place Isolation Hospital in Order to Care for More Than One Contagious Disease Health Board at Session. The health board will place the iso lation hospital in New Brunswick ave nue in condition to care for patienta suffering: from more than one con tagious disease, and will immediately take steps to insure proper sewer ends, and will start work also to have sev eral undesirable conditions remedied at tenements and other places in the city. Action on these matters and on several other minor matters λ ν as tak en last night. The board heard the report of an Investigation committee, who had been to the isolation hospital and reported on the needed improvements, to place the hospital in condition for the re ception of several patients. The toilet facilities will be improved and added to, and the rooms will be placed in im mediate condition for the reception of patients suffering: from contagious dis eases. A special committee composed of Commissioners Dilts, Pctz and Ameczi was appointed to secure the needed improvements. The committee on sanitation was ordered to make an investigation of the conditions on certain sewer ends In the southern section of the city. It is said that many of the sewers are clogged up, and that they are in an unsanitary condition. A recommenda tion was also made to the Board of Aldermen that they rush the comple tion of the State street sewer, so thot conditions in the affected section will be improved. Several tenement houses in Hunt ington street, Madison avenue and Fayette street were reported to be In unsanitary condition, and they wi'l he inspected and the owners given notice to clear up the refuse and material1 collected there. The applications of two plumbers, Ε. Z. T^ambertson, of Washington street, and Law & Katz. of Division street, for licenses were referred to : the examining board. Twenty-four final certificates for; plumbing work were granted, togeth- j er with one ice cream license. j OBITUARY RECORD liAwrence Rydzcwskl Lawrence H\dzewsk i, dzty-nlDI years old, a resident of this city for the past twenty-seven years, died Monday at his home, 280 Wnt^on avenue, after a lingering Illness. He is survived by two sons and a daugh ter, Mrs. John Skrocfci, and Stanley Rydzewski, of this city, and Jacob Rydzewski, of Sduth Amboy. The funeral will be held at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning from his late res idence, followed by a mass at St. Stephen's Polish church. Interment will be in St. Stephen's cemetery. limerai for Mrs. Madsen Funeral services for Mes. Ivirstine Mad sen, who died yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Martin Peterson, 92 Gordon street, will be held from that place tomor row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. V. B. Skov, pastor of Our Savior's Da nish T-utheran church, will officiate and the body _ will heplaced In the_ family vault at Alpine cemetery. Mrs. Madsen is survived by three daughters and two sons, Mrs. Martin Peterson, of this city; Mrs. Christine Hansen, of California; Mrs. Dorothy Hogberg, of Denmark; Peter Madsen, of Metuchen, and Chris Madsen, of Brooklyn. Mrs. Sarah M. Itetd. Jamesburg, Feb. 28.—Sarah M. Yet man. widow of tlio late Nicholas Reld, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cornelius Mount, yesterday following illness of eight weeks. General debil ity, due to old age, was the direct cause of her death. Funeral services will be held from the home of Mrs. Mount Friday afternoon commencing at 1 o'clock and the Rev. W. J. B. Ed gar, pastor of the Jamesburg Presby terian church, will ofllciate. Inter ment will be in the family plot in the Manalapan cemetery. Mrs. Reid was probably the eldest person in this vicinity and was until recently one' of the most active resi dents of the borough. She was in lier ninety-second year. Deceased was born at Tennant and was a daughter of the late Walter Yet man and Katharine Bohman. She married Nicholas Reid about seventy years ago and by that union twelve children were born, nine of whom sur vive Mrs. Elizabeth Camp, of Key port; Mrs. K. W. Bickers, of Bel ford; Mrs. W. A. Wagner, Long Branch; Mrs. Cornelius Mount, Jamesburg; Charles M. Reld, Pleasure Bay; Wal ter R. Reid, Cranbury; John L·. Reid, T,akewood; David C. Reld, Jamesburg. Two brothers. William M. Yetman, of Adelphia, and John Yetman, of Man alapan, survive. j' iiiKTai γτιγ λιγν. j iHiin.v. Spotswood, Feb. 28—Funeral ser vices were, held oil Monday for Mrs. Mary K. Thomas, a resident of this plucc, at tho home of her sister, Mrs. Howard Dey, in New york city, Sun day night, and a short service at Cranbury, conducted by the Rev. J. E. furry. Interment was at Cranbury In the family plot. Two hymns were sung, "Abido With Mo" and "Asleep in Jesus." Mrs. Thomas went to New York several days hko to be with her sister, Mrs. Dey, who was to undergo an operation. She was taken ill with pneumonia and failed to rally and died Saturday last, owing to her ad vanced age Deceased was In her sixty-third year and was a daughter of the late Mrs. Benjamin Naylor. She was mar ried to the late John Thomas, now deceased, and by that wedding one son survives, LeRoy Thomas, of New York city. J>eceased was born at New Bruns wick and had resided in this section her entire life. Three sisters, Mrs. John O. Coz zens, of Spotswood; Mrs. Ralph C. Clayton, of Asbury Park, and Mrs. Howard Dey, of New Tork city, and three brothers, William Naylor, Man asquan; Harry Naylor, and George Naylor, of New York city, survive. Deceased had resided at this place for a number of years and made her home at tho Frank Van Vlict home stead . Funeral for Florence Jaeger Woodbrtdge, Feb. 28—The funeral of Florence Jaeger, who died here yesterday, will be held Sunday after noon at 1 o'clock from the house and 2:80 o'clock from the First Presby terian church here. .Rev. R. W. Mark will officiate. BASKETBALL TONIGHT A basketball game and dance will be held at the local Y. M. H. A. to night, the game to be played between the Y M. H. A. Juniors and the vo cational school students. Dancliig will be enjoyed between the halves of the game and following the game. Music will be furnished by Professor [Kaufman's orchestra. Λ HOME RULE BILL PASSES SENATE Measure Includes Liquor Regu lations and Authority foi Initiative in Commissior Government Cities. Trenton, Feb. 28—The municipali ties of the state are given the hom< rule power to Initiate ordinance^ 01 any question, Including liquor régula lion, in a bill just passed by the sen ate. It Is by Senator Kates of Cam den, who is a local optlonist. The measure gives to all other municipal!· ties in the state the authority for thf initiative already conferred upon al the commission government cities bj the Walsh act. The method of initiating a vote o: the people In any municipality on £ proposed ordinance is "to file witt the governing body « petition signet by fifteen per cent of the legal vot ers. The petition, is to be filed wltl the clerk of the municipality, wli< within ten days must decide whethei it is a proper petition signed by th< necessary number of voters. If no deemed sufficient, ten days are to be given to the petitioners to amend it After the petition Is found to bo suffi cieflt, it must be submitted to the gov erning body without delay. The vote upon the proposed ordi nance Is to be taken at a special or th( next general election, as the govern ing body shall determine after a hear ing on this question. If a majoritj of the legal voters vote for the ordi nance It becomes valid and binding Any ordinance adopted by the peopl* cannot be repealed except by vote o1 the people. This bill went through the senati by the vote of 12 to 0, or one less fa vorable vote than was given to loca option bill. Those voting for it were: Allen, of Salem; Conrad, of Ocean Fithian, of Cumberland; Gaunt, ol Gloucester, Hammond, of Mercer Kates of Camden; Mackay, of Ber gen; Osborne of ICssex; Pierce, of ITn ion; Stevens, of Cape May; and Wells of Burlington, Republicans, and Bar ber, of Warren, Democrat. Senators Acekson, Floranee, Mar tens, McCran, Munson, Mutchler and Richards did not vote. Senator Mc Glennon, of Hudson, was absent. This bill now goes to the assembly while an assembly bill on home rule by Mr. Runyon, of Union, is ponding in the senate. This is House No. 56 enabling second class cities, through their governing bodies, to ascertalE the sentiment of the legal voters upon any question or policy pertaining tc the government. This is accomplished by the governing body of the munici pality adopting a resolution for print ing the question on the ballots at the next general election. This bill, af ter passing the House, is still in com mittee in the senate. ASK HEALTH PROBE AT NEGRO BUNK HOUSE HERE With a second case of serious Ill ness discovered in tha negro bunk house at the foot of Fayette street in a few days, the police today called for assistance. They declared that the health authorities should take measures to force improvement of santtary^k>ndltlons about the camp and thi^fcaKn^.arerantlonary meas ures snoum hcWnStttTUt'J -4D connec tion with the Importation of' south erners unaccustomed to the local clime. Thomas Fagen, a negTo, was re moved by Mounted Officer Hartuiig to the City Hospital yesterday. Fagen is suffering from pneumonia. An other negro, suffering from serious nines», was removed to tl»e hospital a few days ago. Speaking about the case» today, Chief of Police Burke said It was apparent that the men, who came from the South, were not accustomed to the climate here abouts. Officer Hartung reported that sanitary conditions about the bunli house were anything but desirable The condition will be brought to the attention of the local health author ities today. J. F. BURNS & SON PLUMBING. HEATING SHEET METAL WORK. BAR WORK and SUPPLim Telephone Connection. 193 New Brunswick Ave. Perth Amboy's 1 heatre of Varieties Only Two Places to Go -tki Majestic and Home Majestic Theatre COUNIHAN & SHANNON Props. J. F. BULLWINKEL, Mgr. TODAY—Big Vaudeville Show. TONIGHT—Try Pots—10 Acts—10 TOnORROW THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A BRAND NEW SHOW Lola DeMorvllie & Co, Scenic Singing Novelty SHULMAN & STUART Comedy Skit Seven Artists in a Comedy Sketch Entitled "Getting Americanized" An Act That Caused a Sensation in London CHAS. REILLY A laugh a minute with the Singing Irishman "PATRIA" With Mrs, Vernon Castle "6 AMERICAN WHIRLWINDS" ACROBATKM FRIDAY MAJESTIC BAZAAR NIGHT NEXT WEEK, MONDAY—Continuation of "Pearl of the Army" with Pearl White NEXT WEEK, Tuesday, March 6, Matinee and Night «THF Γ,ΠΙ nFN ΓΡΓίηΐί" With billy Arlington I I IL VJVyLLrLI^I V-IW«rVr·» The funny Little Hobo with the funny Laugh Frank Dobson, Eleanor Cochran, Dolly Meeden, Pall Mall Trio and 50 Others The Greatest Laughing Show in Burlesque, Seats Now on Sale. Wednesday, March 7th, Matinee and Night Cohan & Harris Present America's Foremost Irish Romantic Actor CHAUNCEY OLGOTT In His Greatest Comedy Success "The Heart of Paddy Whack" A Delightful Romance of Life on the Emerald Isle Hear Olcott Sing "A Little Bit of Heaven," "Who Knows," "Irish Eyes oi Love" "A Broth of a Boy" TD*i/-»y^olMat. Orch. 75c and $1.00; Bal. 50 and 75c; Box Seats $1.00; 2d Bal. 23c ΓllLebjEve. Orch. $1 & $1.50; Bal. 50, 75c & $1; Box Seats $1.50; 2d Bal. 25c SEAT SALE NOW ON Coming March 15 CARTER DeHAVEN, FLORA PARKER and 50 other Performers in "HIS LITTLE WIDOWS" Musical Comedy. Testimonial Benefit tendered to J. Bullwinkel Manager By Counihan and Shannon, Props. ■'· T1 ROYAL ARCANUM PLANS FOR TWO BIG COMING EVENTS Middlesex Council No. 1100, Royal Arcanum, at its meeting last nigrht arranged for two events to be held within a short time. The first will bo ar "Ladles' Nigrht" that will be held Tuesday night, March 27, and the other will be a card party fol lowing the first meeting in May Orator Elaworth Ferdon and 111! committee, composed of Past Regents Frank VanHorn, L. J. Hope, Ol&i Larson and John Hanson, will have charge. An elaborate entertainment with out-of-town talent is promised for the "ladies' night" by tho com mittee, with refreshments to be served at both affairs. Euchre, pinochle, whist, bridge and five hundred will be played at the card party which will be for the members and tlielr families. Prizee will be awarded lu the sanies. At the business session one candidate was reinstated to membership. HOTEL MADISOTWÎLL BE OPERATED BY SIGMUND MAHLEF • ^-— Slgmund Mahler h ω taken over the management of the Hotel Madison li Madison avenue. Mr. Mahler will b< the proprietor and manager of the ho tel and has Installed entirely new fur niture and fixtures, after a thorough renovation of the living· apartment: and the restaurant of the hotel. I The restaurant will have as chef ! Mr. Welter, formerly with Hahn, th< famous restauranteur of Park Row New York, where he was In service foi six years. Rothenberg Brothers, formerly tlu managers and proprietors of the Hote ι Madison, opened their new hostelry ι the Palace hotel in Madison avenui this morning. HOLD SOJIVER MAN I* Special <te the Β V Β NINO NEWS. New Brunswick. Feb. 28.—Kdwurd Mozolinekl, of South River, has been lodged In the county Jail here to await the action of the grand Jury on a charge of committing carnal abuse on Julia Tot·, twelve years old. The charge is preferred by the child's father, Stephen Tote. Charred with ha/Ins been disorder ly in Metuchen, Frank Price and Frank Chapman have been committed ( to Jail for ten days. FIREMËnTmËET \ Special to M« EVRtriSU NSWM. South A m boy, Feb. 28.—A meeting of Enterprise Hook and ïjadder Com pany will be lieid tomorrow night. All of the members are requested to bo ι present, as business of importance is to bo transacted. 3G m New Palace Hotel and Restaurant Will Open Wednesday Morning, Feb. 28th for Breakfast And Will Be Open Day and Night. A Popular Price Dining Room 286 MADISON AVENUE PERTH AMBOY, N. J. Everything New and Up-to-Date Excellent Service French Pastry Our Specialty. All Baking Done on Premises. "JUST LIKE MOTHER USED TO MAKE" Meats, Hot Rolls, Biscuits and Pies. Good Home Cooking At Last, Popular Prices. Quick Service. ROTMENBERG BROS.