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Admission Adults 10c--Children 5c At All Performance Except Saturdays and Holidays A Better Class of Pictures for the Better Class of People TODAY, PARAMOUNT PICTURE KATHLYN WILLIAMS Supported By Thomas Holding in "THE REDEEMING LOVE" Burton holmes Travel Series and Others i TOMORROW'S PARAMOUNT PICTURE DUSTIN FARINUM In a Picturization of Owen Wisters Famous Novel "THE VIRGINIAN" Current News Pictorial and a Klever Komedy 11 hi rC I τ Y Ι Perth Amboy's Choice Picture Play House Continuous DAILY 2 to 10ï3Q TODAY ONLY TWO FEATURES MARGARITA FISCHER lu a Tale of Adventure and Romance "THE PEARL OF PARADISE " And Another Chapter of the Stirring "The Great Secret" With Francis X, Bushman and Beverly Bayne Tnmnnnnuf c. travers lUlliUIIUWj "THE PHANTOM BUCCANEER" ! A Dream Story Supreme FRIDAY and SATURDAY fIRST 'SEVEN DEADLY SIINS' STORY ANN MURDOCK in "ENVY" With Shirley Mason and George Le Guere A Complete Five Reel Drama of Today Eight Parts Each Performance Last Performance Starts 9 P.M. Matinee To 6:30 5c Nights 10c ODAY Double Feature Day FRANKLIN FARNUM and LEAH BAIRD —IN— "The Devil's Pay Day" and Another Episode "The Secret Kingdom" with CHARLES RIGHMAN and DOROTHY KELLY A Fox Feature GRETChEN HARTMAN "The Love Thief" Many Espouse the cause, tew succeed suc cessfully, but its a real game. FRIDAY Engagement Extraordinary ! ETHEL BARRYMORE In "The Awakening of Helena Richie" Pavlovsky Bros. High G ι ado Meats »t Low Price Phone 27 316 State Street CUT PRICE DAY Tomorrow. Every Item a Bargain Sirloin 1Q1 Steak I w2 PLATE BEEF 101 I&2 Fresh and lean; Chop Meat If) Fresh Made IV What You Can Get For 25c 3 lbs Fresh Pigs Feet 25c 2 lb» Pickled Pigs Feet 25c » lbs. Pickled Tripe 25c Pork Nice and lean, lb. Chops 01 lean, lb. . mm £m Stewing Veal J2J Beef Liver "J Π Pound SUPREME COURT AFFIRMS VERDICT UF MIDDLESEX CUURT Ϊμ*νία1 v. tha FVEKIN'O NEWS. Trenton, March 6.—Finding no er ; tor in the trial in the Middlesex ('oun I ty Court, the Supreme Court has just i affirmed the convic tion of Max Swiller, j of New Brunswick, upon an indictment j charging him with car mal abuse of • Miss Til ne Keakor at liia homo. The I crime was alleged to have been com | niitted in October, 1913. The girl liv ! ed on a farm near Metuchen. j Her mother sent her to Swiller's store, giving her money to pay her I fare there, but none for the return. ! It was claimed that Swiller kept her all night and assaulted her twice. The Supreme Court has also affirm ed the conviction of Elvvood Johnson in Monmouth county. It is charged that on July 17, ID 14, he received from one Charles Hervey $2,547 of money and goods of -Agnes Crosbie thai had been fraudulently obtained by Hervey, Johnson knowing that they had been fradulently obtained. THE ELK TAXI SERVICE At Your Command Reliable Automobile Service at Moderate Rates. A Trial Will Convince You. PHONE PERTH "1813" DR. J. MORROW CHIROPOrilST The RARITAN BUILDING C«»r. mlth St. find Mntlisnn Ave. Room 304 Phone 1541 OFFICE HOtnSi 9 to 5 Dally. Monday and Saturday Evening·. ANNOUNCEMENT! We have recently Installed a sot of lens grinding machine» of the lateef and most Improved type, which will en able us to furnish a quicker service, with guaranteed accuracy at our old reasonable prices. EYES EXAMINED and all corrections guaranteed for one year. I MANNr;.k7,'î,\,;t "-iv. la IHJtllilenSCIALlSTAgift your doctor 87* Smith St. th'e ft and 10c Store, aive Optical Store. PUSH REQUEST FOR NEW GAR TRACK 2ol. Gilmore Before Freehold ers at Meeting Yesterday Referred to Road Committee Road Repairs. ipeciat to the EVEN I WO NEW 8. New Brunswick, March'G—Further iction upon the case in which the Public Service Railway Company rc juest permission to relocate its trolley .racks along part of the South Am· joy-Sayreville road was taken yes erday at a meeting of the Board of Freeholders. The board granted per mission to Col. L. D. H. Gilmore, of Lhe Public Service to take the floor md he presented a petition to the FOR THROAT AND LUNGS 1 STUBBORN COliGHS AND COLUi» Eckman's Alterative SOU) BY ALL LUADLNG HBCUGUII board asking permission to relocate the tracks from Berdlne's Corner to O'Hourke's Siding, North Brunswick township. He also filed maps show ing where the tracks would be placed in relocating them. The matter was referred to the road committee. A communication was received from Vreeland Yandeventer relative to damage to his property at South River during the work on the bridge over the South River. The matter was referred to the county solicitor. A communication was received from the Mosquito Extermination Commission, together with twenty one postals containing requests from various residents that the sum of $10,000 be granted to this commis sion to further its work. The bid for the extraordinary re pairs and paving to section one of the South Amboy-Sayrevi/le road present ed by Liddle & Pfeiffer at a previous meeting was accepted and the con tract for the repairs awarded to them for $52,571.20. The budget was continued until Monday. Charles A. McCormlck, general manager of Johnson & Johnson's plant in this city, appeared before the boayd and urged that the drawbridge over the Delaware and Raritan canal at New Brunswick be kept open so that boats may pass through to the J. & J. plant. The board decided to look into the matter, but no definite action was authorized, as the matter is in the supreme court at the pres ent time to decide whether the own ers of the bridge, the Pennsylvania railroad, or the freeholders shall pav for repairs. The freeholders have made some repairs on the bridge. I Considerable difficulty is being experi enced in opening it. Yesterday, it was FLORIDA FOR FISHING Τarpon, Kingfish, Yellow Jack, Barracuda—all the gami est and largest varieties are χΓ "*~ there. Make the trip south in fast express steamers direct to Key West Tampa Mobile St. Petersburg Miami Palm Beach Havana >·—**' Connections at Tampa for the noted Tarpon section of the gulf coast, Pass-a-Grille, Fort Myers, etc. Also ihrough service to Galveston with conaectton· to National Guard Encampment on Mexican Border. A, \Y. PVlfi, PflMfiiftrr Trnlfle MirnnKO*1 CLYDE-MALLORY LINES Pier 3(1 North Hiver. New York. ΊΙΓ FOB TIRED AND SORE FEE1 Use "Tiz" for Puffed-up, Burn ing, Aching, Calloused Feet and Corns. Why go limping: around with aehing, puffed-up feet—feet so tired, chafed, sore and swollen you can hardly ffet your shoes on or off? Why don't you prêt a 26-cent box of "Tlx" from the drua store now and gladden your tortured feet? "Tlz" makes your feet glow with comfort; takes down swellings and draws the soreness and misery right out of feet that chafe, smart and burn. "Tlz" Instantly stops pain In corns, cal louses and bunions. "Tiz" is glorious for tired, aching, ?ore feet. Wo more shoe tightness—no more foot torture.— Adv reported, it took twelve men to open the bridge so that a boat could pass through. All of the freeholders were present at yesterday's meeting with the ex ception of Freeholder Ely. ENTHUSIASTIC RED GROSS RALLY HELDJNWOODBRIOGE Special to the EVENING NEWS. Woodbridge, March δ—A most en thusiastic Red Cross rally was held ai school No. 1 yesterday. Mrs. \V. H, Demarest, the temporary chairman, presided. Mrs. B. S. Jjacy is the tem porary secretary and Mrs. Thayei Martin the temporary treasurer. Mr Korn, assistant to Mr. Straub, the head of the Atlantic division of the National Red Cross, was present and made many valuable suggestions along the line of establishing a Red Cross chapter in Woodbridg-e town ship. Tha next meeting will be on Mon· J day night, March 19, in the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock, when the men and women of the township are invited to be present. An enroll ment committee lias been formed and as many as possible wil Ibe enrolled in the proposed local chapter. J. F. BURNS & SON PLUMBING. HEATING SHEET METAL WORK, BAR WORK and SUPPLIEa Telephone Connection. 193 New Brunswick Ave. REEHHUT' "THE BIG STORE SIXTH AVE- 1SSSTO19** STREET Course Luncheons, Special at and celle lit i ι "Calory" Lnnrheone Are I Lunch Counters. pctire sur Fourth Usual Complimentary ϊά*Μ~ Green Trading Stamps Free Tomorrow Distribution in Premium Parlor, 5tli Floor. aany seta oj the Orx: Qreen Stamps as sonahly required for books unfilled will ie set oj—m date ο ne book. ' J^Tly good in any one book, but you may atari many books as you please. "J Sale of China & Glass Here Are a Few Representative Values from the Great Annual Event Now in Progress Really, it is quite impossible within th<r compass of this limited space to mention the hundreds of genuine bargains which may be had at Greenhut's during tfre course of this important Annual Sale. May we suggest that a personal visit is in order? For, while a China and Glassware Sale at Greenhut's is always important, this year it is more so than ever, having in mind the unusual conditions which reign in the market. American Porcelain Dinner Sets — open stock ; green band decorations ; 100 pieces; regularly $21.25. QCj American Porcelain Dinner American Porcelain Dinner Sets —100 pieces; open stock; conventional border decorations ; regularly jR °jj Λ $22.50. Sale ' Ai?«,DU Sale. Sets-dark blue band dec orations; $1 Q QE? 100 pieces iOtt/O American Porcelain Dinner Sets—conventional border decoration ; $ 100 pieces American Porcelain Dinner Set9— pink floral spray design; "1 ΛΗ 100 pieccs A ·&%} 15 Odd Pieces of English Porcelain ; Old Mill Design Dinner Plates 15c Break fust Fiâtes . .12c Ten Plates 10c Pic Plaies 10c Bread and Butter Plates 8c Rim Soups 15c Coupe Soups 15c Oat Meals tOc Fruits Tea Cups and Saucers 15c Bakers l5c Meat Dishes 15c Salad Bowls 15c (htn a Decorated Tea Cups and Saucers, .Austrian make . . 19c Sale of $7.95 to $11.50 Tailored Dresses Tomorrow at Smart new Spring styles in attractive va riety. Another instance where we share our good fortune with our patrons. This time it is a special underprice purchase from a well-known maker of several hundred cleverly designed and nicely tai lored dresses. Materials Include: SULKS, SEliOE, WOOL CREPE AND POPLIN^ All the new .Spring colors are represented; also navy and black. There is a choice of many handsome styles, TWO OF WHICH WE ILLUSTRATE HERE, and the pictures at best can only con vey a very vague idea of their beauty. IF INTERESTED, ATTEND THIS SALE EARLY, for quanta ties, styles and sizes are limited. No C. O. D., Approval, Mail or Telephone Orders filled. High-Grade Aluminum Ware J1.Ô0 THREE -PIECB LIPPED BACJC0 PAN SET—conillHng of 1VÏ, 2 and S-quart Hyped M 1Q sauce pan·; ret 11.75 COMBINATION 2-QUART OATMEAL· COOKER AND 8 Ql'ART SAUCE PAN— « 1 fC cover flte both vessels; at $1.75 DOUBLE RICH OR CERB1AL BOILER— OC 2-quart; at $1.25 BERLIN SAUCE PAN—with paver βηΊ long handle; 98c OPBH CLOSE) $1.25 DOUBLE TURN OVER QQ. OMELET PAN3—at iJOV, $1.75 GLASS TOP COFFEE PBR COLATORf-round or octagon shape; 6-cup slz· *1.39 Filled books of SVtXVft. Gold Stamp· mr» redeemable for $2.50 worth of merchan dise im any department or for 92.00 in cask in the Office on th· Fifth Floor. Wo give <Wf Green Trading Stamps as usual. Ask for thoa. Double Stamps II 12 o'clock; single ίίΧΓ Stamps Thereafter. Single "Sparry" Gold Stamps All Day. - W.| ML MAJESTIC THEATRE COUNIHAN & SHANNON, Props. J. F. BTXLLWINKEL, Mgr. PERTH AJIBOI'S THEATRE OP VARIETIES Ο MA" TWO PIj ACES TO GO—THE MAJESTIC AND HOME. TODAY If "The Golden Crook With BILLY ARLINGTON The Funny Little Hobo wltli the Funny Laugh Frank Dobson, Eleanor Cochran, Dolly Medeen, Pall Mall Trio and 50 Others The Greatest Laughing Show In Burlesque. Seats Now on Sale. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, MATINEE & NIGHT Cohan anp Harris present; r. . c/JmerteaOs Tàremost Imsn. -febmaniic cAetor» Chauncev^ Ole off In "Rachel Cromer's . £«"·> THE HEART OF RADDV ^HACJ Hear Olcott sii\4 À Little Bit off Heaverv* Who Knows ?" "Irish. Eyes of Love "A Broth. of ec 5ov" Orch. 75c and $1.00; Bal. 50 & 75c £ IICCoj Box Seats $1.00; 2d Bal. 25c ί Eve. Orch. $1 & $1.50; Bal. 50, 75c & $1; Box Seats $1.50; 2d Bal. 25c SEAT SALE NOW ON Thursday, Friday, Saturday Another Banner Show , 6—Big Majestic Acts—β THURSDAY—"PATRIA", with Mrs. Vernon Castle FRIDAY—BAZAAR NIGHT AT/· Postponement of Carter De Haven and Flora Parker l\0llC6"\n "His Little Widows" the new Musical Comedy. Further Announcements Later Regarding Date In Cbe Cbeatres ΠΙ! Il ■ il ·1 ■ ■ ■ ι ■ ι — * m ΤΗ Κ iUlïAL· lHEAMtE ΤοΒλΥ With the fine players, Franklin Karnum and Leah Baird, playing; to gether, In the live-part feature, "The Devil's Pay .Day," and the attractive pair, Charles Rtchman atid Dorothy Kelly, standing out as the winning (numbers of the remarkable adven turous and romantic drama, "The Secret Kingdom," a big day of busi ness is assured the Royal theatre to day. Ill-considered, unwitting errors, deliberate and contemplated sins against society or self are the things that count largely toward making the devil'· figurative pay envelope a bulky one, since the cloven hoofed individual seeks where he may de vour, ever urging, countenancing, driving into sin. intrigue, lies, decep tion, schemes Innumerable and all tending toward retrogression of the human, none aiming forward. Of such themes come the finest stories, the best plays. Development of these ideas make for advanced thought, the kind that lives on from century to century ever marking' the way for that goal of clvlllzatlen that has been the endeavor of world leaders since the time of the earliest Chris tians. Another angle on the intrigue and plotting that precede and go hand in hand with war Is shown In "The Secret Kingdom." Revelations in the news Items that seem to touch the very depths of human Infamy are despised by the upward looking man of today, but that they exist does not permit of argument and while sec recy may cloak the main Intention, a fully guarded nation always In the open is the only cure for the 111a that arise. Charles Rlchman and Dorothy Kelly are the principal players. CHAUNCEY OliCOTT COMING The seats for the coming engage ment of Chauncey Olcott In his de lightful comedy, "The Heart of Fad dy Whack," at JJie Majestic theatre tomorrow, are now on sale al tho box office. Mr. Olcott is the fore most Impersonator of Irish roles in this country and as he has been seer too seldom in late years, there is a strong demand for seats for his com ing performance. In "The Heart ol Paddy Whack," Mr. Olcott has th« l>eet part in his whole career, and his acting in this play has placed him in the front rank of Americar actors. He is supported by an excel lent company, and there Is some fln< scenic and costume effects. TWO CHOICE FEATURES TODAY AT CITY THEATItE With a fascinating tale of romnnci and adventure entitled "The Pearl ο Paradise," having· Margarita Fljche: In the title role, and the ever popula pair Francis X. Bushman and Bevcrl; Bayne In another progressive eplsod of the entrancing, "The Groat Secret,' the City theatre has two excellen features to make resplendent thei eight part program. In "The Pearl of Paradise" U dis played a section of the world too llttl known to Americans, even though ad jacent to their shores. The Antlllei a section of the Western hemisphere much nearer the «run than we of til North and consequently more consist ent In climate and verdant thing necessary and pleasing to the peopl of other degrees of latitude, have bo® largely used for the photographe scenes n'd the Impulsive peoples c the land nearer the Equator hav been used to give color and action t j the story. With the dashing and In genuish Margarita Fischer to give th 'touch of sweetness to the love star that ends as pretty love stories ?houl end, tho feature promises more tha the usual pleasure. .Tn»t atthis tlm the physically magnificent Francis ? Bushman, conceded to be the moi generously favored of phata dram leading men, and, the engaging Bei erly Bayne will be the star fl.gun la the fourth episode οt the full < action and finely devised story know as "The Greet Secret." Π'ΙΙΓ·.""^" κ»®" -fH , ' mrsTvs τηκατ^ιε IHI.11 ΛΛ I II Γ,-V l*\I. 1 —, . ! Kathlyn Williams ahd Thomas Holding make their joint debut Vts M uroHco stars In "Redeeming Love," which la the Paramount Picture at the Dltmas theatre today. The story of this powerful drama. Is as follows: I Naomi Sterling and John Bancroft are young lovers in a small town. The girl loves frivolous things and Ban croft. a divinity student, Anally es j tranges himself from her by his con tinual efforts to preach to her. At tracted by Hugh Wiley, a gambler from a nearby city, Naomi finally elopes with him and eventually be comes known as the gambling queen after she has set herself up in a mag nificent palace. The girl's one ambition In life Is to hoard up her wealth against the day when she shall lose her beauty and her popularity. Bancroft has plunged into religions work with the fervor born of the desire to forget his broken . heart. He has become famous as an I evangelist and has been trusted with ' the combination to the vault of the 1 great tabernacle over which he pre sides. ) Learning this fact. Wiley adroitly ι inflames the mind of Naomi against ' Bancroft on the false ground that he has spurned her because of her life, and has held lier up to ridicule and humiliation. He plans to have Naomi j luro Bancroft to her gambling palace on a pretesse, to overpower the min ister while ho Is thero, steal the com bination and loot the tabernacle. Fur 1 thermore, Wiley arranges to hove ι the executive board of the tabernacle j informed when the minister is in the gambling den—and to have the place raided by the police while he and Ills pal, McCarthy, rob the tabernacle. But the minister Is too strong to succumb to the temptations of Naomi when he reaches her apartment and his spiritual power wins the repent ance of his temptress. Wiley, realis ing that he is losing, springs upon Bancroft from behind and gets the I combination away from him while his I confederate alarms the police and the I executive board according to the plan. ! But Naomi spirits the minister away : through a secret passage, rushes to the ! tabernacle too late to prevent the rob bery, and makes the great sacrifice of replacing the stolen money by her own ill-gotten hoard before the bewildered police and board officials arrive at the I vault. In the final great moment of spiritual exaltation, Naomi has rea lized the greatness of Bancroft's love Inml of his power. Meanwhile Wiley In an attempt to ! steal the loot from McCarthy, has , ' wrecked the automobile in which they , are Seeing, and has been killed. ΙΊΛΕ PROGRAM Λτ THF, , MAJESTIC THIS WEEK. Owing to Chauncey Olcott being at tho Majestic theatre tomorrow night in "The Heart of Paddy Whack," the rogular weekly tryouts scheduled for that time were held last night. Some good comedy, musical and acrobatic I acts were presented during the regular program of six acts. A sketch entitled "Proflts," aimed ngalnst the manufac turing of munitions in this country for uae In the European war was unusual and greatly appreciated by the audi ence. This afternoon and tonight Billy Ar > llngton and company of fifty people 3 will be the attraction at this theatre ι In "The Oolderf Crook." This extrava 1 ganza has won a name for Itself owln* to Its great stock of comedians and pretty girls and a record crowd Is ex pected. Tomorrow afternoon and night lov ers of a romantic comedy and good singing will be offered a treat when Chaunccy Olcott appears with his com pany In "The Heart of Paddy Whack." Mr. Olcott Is known throughout the country as an actor who possesses an excellent voice and during this play he sings among other successes "A Lit tle Bit of Heaven." "Who Knows?" "Irish Eyes of Ι,ονβ," and "A Broth of a Boy." The sale of seat·, for both tonight's and tomorrow's shew has been open for several days.