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The Ditmas Today Ss ι ■ ■ # 7 and 9' TOMORROW CONTINUOUS 2:15 to 11 Anita Stewart In the Title Role of "The Girl Philippe" A Spectacular Eight-Part Picturization of the Novel by Robert W. Chambers The Story of a French Cabaret Singer Who Was Forced to Spy on Those who Frequented Her Little Cafe, and She Held the Fate of Nations in Her Hands. ' ' THE GIRL PHILIPPA ' » is a tale of two hearts told in terms of love, λvar, beauty and Adventure ADMISSION FOR THIS OFFERING MATINEES Be and 10 NIGHTS 10c and 15c NOTICE TO OUR AUTOMOBILE PATRONS We have engaged a custodian who will watch and take care of your cars during the evening performances. ■ΒΗΗ················! F CITY PERTH AMBOY'S FINEST FOTOPLAY FEATURES Continuous DAILY 2 to 10s30 WHO WILL BE RUTH? Read About the Local Photoplay Contest The Extravagant Feature Today and Tomorrow WARNING The S. 0. S. Call of Humanity I By Rev. 0. H. Parkhurst in collaboration with Hal Reid m Featuring MISS ORMI HAWLEY A Grave and Subtle Lesson foi Parents, Projected by one of ÎROY AL THEATRE The Home of "The Best In The World" Photoplays TODAY Two Features Headed By Clever Mabel Taliaferro in "THE BARRICADE" AND "THE COVVPIINCHER » TOMORROW · WILLIAM PARNUM in "The Fire* of Conscience " I Continuous 2:15 to 10:30 SARKESiAN CO., Ml KINO IT. TKIÏPHII.VÏ I OX Dry Cleaners and Dyers. »»-*··■· 'CARTICT cleaning done with ALL ITU BRANCHES. , All Work Guaranteed. J. S. HANSON Ptambtng. Ou. Steam Fltttne, ■•tfmatei I^rnUhed. 1 Jobblnc Promptly AtUdM Te I MlBW BRCNKWICK ATM. >1)· "M. Reeidonc· ll-W Th· Fore· of Habit. Professor X bad booked to ι distant town. Having a eompartmenl all to himself and a Ion* night's Jour ney before him, ke divested Mmaei of his snperfluoaa clothing and la; town to sleep. On awaking the net morning he looked In vain for hi boota, when be suddenly remetnberei having In a 1(4 abstraction place* them on the footboard outside the aai rtage door, whence they had, β course, disappeared in th* meaaUiM —London Tlt-Blta. JOHN W. OLSEN CO. EERTRAND AVE COAL at CAR BARN Wc Sel the BEST grade of cool thai can be secured We Store large quantities toe&minate the ICE and WATER WE WBGH Our coal when DRY and celiver promptly. YOU SHOULD SEE AN UP TO DATE COAL PLANT COME AND LOOK US OVER PHONE YOUR ORDER 336 la.. ' r. III. C. H TO AID R)fl S3,OOaOSO FUNG Plan for Association Work Among Vast Armies to be Concentrated—A. C. Clark Member of War Committee. The Perth Amboy Y. M. C. A. will do Its share In raising the $8,000,000 to be raised by the Y. M. C. A. of the conntry during the n«it tew weeks for the purpose of conducting the association work among the men In the vast armies that will be concen trated In various parts at the country for training. New Jersey has set apart for her self the task of raising (150,000 and each city boasting of a Y. M. C. A. is expected to do Its "bit." The work of raising the three millions Is being supervised by a committee of on« hundred of the biggest men In the country. There Is a New Jersey State Y. M. C. A. War Committee composed of sixty men of which A. Clayton Clark, vice president of the local as sociation, is a member. This com mittee will meet with Dr. John R Mott, general secretary of the Inter national committee for the Toung Men's Christian Association, Monda) at the Railroad Men's Club In New York for luncheon. The purpose ol this meeting Is to set up a program and lay out the plans for the pari New Jersey will play In this impor tant fund getting campaign. Invitations have been extended t< two or three local men to attend tlili f meeting on Monday with him. Im mediately after this meeting a com , mittee will be appointed, composed o: members of the local association, M consider what part the Perth Amboi Y. M. C. A. tn raising New Jeraey'i quota. The present tentative plan li to endeavor to reach every membei of the association ttnd attempt t< have him donate something toward) this work. Not only the men, but members of the boys' department wll be asked to contribute. The loca: "Y" wishes tç raise Its shares not bj receiving large contributions from lo cal factories and industrial concerns bnt by getting In touch with thi membership. This is the first time a request foi money has been made from member; and a liberal reply Is expected. Tht money will be used to rush Y. M. C. .A secretaries to the United States sol diers campe where association wort will be carried out. Literature ex plaining what the donations are want ed for Is being published by the Stat< Association and will be soon in distri bution. PLACED ON PROBATION New Brunswick, May 4.—Mottle Jiardlno, charged with carrying con cealed weapons In Perth Amboy, was sentenced today by Judge Daly to gc on probation for the full term. > " 11 - * I AYW STATE RED MEM CLOSES MEET WITH IRSTALLATION The thlrty-slx tH annual session οί the Great Council of the Improved Or der of Red Men of New Jersey In ses sion at Trenton will come to a close this afternoon with the Installation of the newly elected officers. The Great Council representing 1>.·00 members in the state at their session yesterday adopted resolution pledging their lives and property to the United States In the war with Germany. A copy of the resolution will be sent to the President. Trenton has again been selected as the meeting place of the next annual con vention of the council. Most of the offices are filled by ro tation and the following were advanc ed; John A. Meyers, of Asbury Park, great sachem to prophet: A llyn H. Thompson of Morristown, great senior sagamore to great sachem; John W. Coleman, of Atlantic City, great Jun ior sagamore to great senior sagamore; Dr. W. U. Kurtz of Asbury Park was elected to great Junior; Joseph ε. Nowry of Camden, great chief of rec ords, and Mason M. Spofford of Ba yonne, great keeper of wampum. Past Sachem Louis H. Peterson li repre senting Po Ambo Tribe No. (t of this city at the two days session. SUPREME COURT CASES TO BE TRIED NEXT WEEK tper ta l to the BVBiriirt Mfi New Brunswick, May 4—Supreme court cases Nos. 4, 5, 7, 8, », 10, 11, 13 and 10 are set down for trial her* next week. Circuit Court Judg» Frank T. Lloyd will start sitting for the spring term here on Monday. The cases ready for trial are as follows; Andrea Kalleberg, administratrix, vs. the Rarity River Railroad Com pany; Nils K. Janderup vs. the Rw | ttan River Railroad Company; Es ther Goldberg vs. Samuel Stbersky; Elisabeth Emlliussen and Siegfried Emlliussen vs. Jersey Central Trac ' tlon Company; Neils Klstrup vs. the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company; > William Kelly vs. the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company; Antonio laconet* vs. Cora Wade; G. J. Blondi Com pany vs. Edgar F. H u i ff, J. 8. Lock wood vs. the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. ■ ■f ■■■ riPiMtvu ι.υ.U.Γ. IUKAMC newutruiI BRAND MISTER TONIGHT Representatives of the twelve lodges of the tenth district of the Independ ent Order of Odd Fellows will meet In Rahway tonight for the purpose of naming a succeseor to restrict Deputy Grand Master George E. Newton of Essex County Lodge, of that city. Lawrence Lodge and Valhalla Lodge of this city will be represented by sev eral delegates. The lodges that com prise the tenth district are Weslfleld, No. 1·#, of Westfleld; Memorial. No. 1(1, of Elizabeth; Valhalla, No. 278. of this city; Hansa, No. 145, of EIls abeth; Plalnfleld, No, 44, of Plalnfleld; Elisabeth port. No. 118, of Elizabeth port; Hobart, No. 270, of Woodbrldge; Essex County, No. 27, of Rahway; Pranklyn, No. J, of Elizabeth; Queen City, No. 22β, of Plalnfleld; Lawrence, No. 62, of this city, and Carteret, No. 247, of Roosevelt. HEAR COMPENSATION SUIT MaerM to toe ΒΎΚΜΧΟ JTKWg. New Brunswick, May 4:—The suit for compensation of Mary Larscn against the Russ Engineering Com pany, resulting from Injuries sustain ed by a workman In Λ. Cert h Amboy FREED JWDER SAIL New Brunswick, May 4;—Seveft men arretted a few day* aero foliat ing disorder at the seen» of the strike of the Herrman Aukmas handker chief factory at Bouth Ittvw, have been liberated on bail, to the "f 0.1111* of 12,0(0 each. Thomas Brown, of Perth Amboy, appeared ' ' as their counsel. The defendants «re; Steve Levadoskl. Alex Zagla, Louis Ogolsky, Charles Trogefoskey, Pfeter Dutker, John Mathmullth and Samuel Jowo pl. Howard L. Tremble Is the com plaining witness. STEAM VULCANIZING Let Grot** D· It Phone 1473. Corner Rmlth and High. CONFERENCE ΤΟΟλΥ «Τ WOODBRKE Older Boys' and Girls' Confer ence Being Held Today in Woodbridge Presbyterian Church. The Middlesex County Older Boys' and Girls' Conference is being held I today and tomorrow in the First Pres byterian church of Woodbridge. Two ' scholars from each of th· Sunday ! schools of this city will go as dele ! gates. Also a number of the teach 1 era will attend. The program for to day was: 8:80. Devotional servie·. Rev ί Frederick Bloom. I 8:45. "Patriotism," Rev. Η. M. Pren I ties. 4:80. Girls, "The Questions the I Girls Are Asking," Frances Hedden. 6:80. Banquet at the Parish House "Playing the Greater Game," Ivan P. Flood. Saturday program will he as fol low·: .... 9:00 a. m. Devotional Service, Rev. R. W. Mark. 9:80 a. m. Girls, "What the Girls Expect from the Sunday School." "What the Girls Expect to Give the Sunday School." "What We are Doing In Our Girls' Organization." 9:90 a. m. Boys, 'What the Boys expect from the Sunday School." "What the Boys Expect to Gire to the Sunday School." "What We ai» Doing In Our Boys Organization." 10:80 a. m. Girls, "Clipped Wings" Edna Earle Cole. 10:80 a. m. Boys, "Our Life Work" Rev. Wllbert Westcott. 11:80 a. m. Girls, "Forward Steps," Graoe C. Huber. 11:80 a. m. Boys, "Forward Steps" Rev. R. W. Mark. Firm Incorporate· New Brunswick, May 4:—The Josiah Tlce Engineering and Survey ing Corporation has been Incorporat ed here. Its office is at 61 Paterson street, New Brunswick. John W. Parson is the agent in charge. The concern is capitalised at MO.000, divided Into 800 share· having a par value of 8100 each. The Incorpora tors are: John T. Hopkins, of High land Park; William H. Baker, of Deaas: John W. Parson, of Highland Park; Frederick E. Tlce, of New Brunswick, and Bessie Tic·, of New Brunswick, each two shares. Russe! Κ. Watson prepared the articles of Incorporation. TOILET SOAP SPECIALS Rammer's Assorted Hexagon Soap; new odors; fresh stock; c&ke 10c; 3 for 25c. Don't Delay 1 Try a pound of Frankel'8 "Can't-be-Beat" Coffee; reg. 40c. Special, lb. 29c. Kodaks—We have any size, style ρτ price. Try us first. Wi io developing, printing I VE&&Ù?.* -2MWÏ&" ·-4 FRANKELS Day and Night, Gut Rate, Up-to-Date Drug Store Smith and State Streets PERTH AMBOY Phones 1517-1492 Night 1489-M Frankel—He puts up Prescrip tions. TWO WONDERFUL ePPOHTUNITIES Oft fàur Pathephone for Decoration Day. Pathephone and cabinet. Price $25. Plays with no need of changing needles. Cash or credit. Also a Flemtrti Phonograph with cabinet, with IS «elections, Pathe rec ord*. Mahogany finish. Play· all kind· of records. Price $50. Pathe Pathephonee range from $1E up to $225. Caah or credit We have the latest selections ol Pathe records for May; both populai and classical. Also a new line ol Emerson 25c and Par-o-Ket 25c rec ords. With aji kinds of phonograph I needles. Also'Pathe sapphire needles ' which do not scratch records or nc need of changing needles. Also a nice line of JEWELRY, WATCHES, Cut Glass, SLlverware at reduced prices Also a nice line of Musical Instru ments and strings. All kinds of watch and Jewelry re pairing and stone setting done by J. SMERLING 148 Smith St. Jewelry and Musical Ston ANNOUNCEMENT! • hare recently Installed a h| ο leu· grinding machine· of th· 1st·· and most Improved type, which will en »bl· ua to furnlah a quicker aervlca with B»aranteed accuracy at our oil reaaonable price·. ETKS KXAMINltD and all correction guaranteed for one year. I OPTICAL As to my SPKCIALUT a tending. Aak your locto (7)4 Smith St Opp. Woolwortk'a I and 10c Store. Amboy'. Oldest Exclusive Optical 8tori I. MANN· MAJBtlC THEATRE COUKIHAN * SHANNON. Prop» i. r. BULLWINKRL. Mr Jt PERTH AMBOY'S THEATRE OF VARIETIES OSIT TWO PLACES TO GO—THE MAJESTKJ AN1> ROME. TODAY and SATURDAY Keturn by Popular Demand The Laughing, Singing Comedian CHARLIE REILLY ((Hi, Oh, You Know!) 5 Other Big Acts Tonight Bazaar Night Gold Pieces, Furniture, Live Stock, Laughs, Etc. Given Away Monday, May 7th Matinee and Night Seats on Sale Now Prettndnaxy Be—αη of the L&teet Broadway Feature Photo play·, oommeuoing June 4th, Inducting the following extraordinary feature·: "JOAN THE WOMAN" with GERALDINE FA2ULAR, now playing it· 10th mouth in New York. "THE WHIP," the Great English Sensational Masterpiece "ENLIGHTEN THY DAUGHTER," "BEWARE OP STRANGERS," r_ "THE GARDEN OP ALLAH," Etc. t* -ι -tr»» ν- 'hiuii FASHION CHORUS la "VERY GOOD EDDIE" Ν H PAVLOVSKY BROS. Succcmot* to P. PsTlovsky & Son» High-Grade Meals—Low Prices 316 STATE STREET Phone 27 Branch Storw 441 Amboy Avenue Join the Army Of Satisfied Customers and Buy Year Meats Here—Sah Today end Tomorrow Saturday only lard special Snow white; Swift's best Compound; lb. 181 BACON Ctorer Brand; Saturday only, lb. 261 SPECIAL FRESH PLATE MEAT Nice and lean; 10 lb», for $1.29 ■FECIAL CHUCK FOR ROASTING 6 lb·, for $1 Pork Loins Krictly SPECIAL whole lb. .. 231 fiPXOIAL FRESH CALI HAMS Saturday only ; limit 1 to a customer ; lb. 191 LEQS or LAMB · Genuine Spring; all weights; lb. up from CHOP MEAT Freeh made; lb. 271 16 UGGS or VEAL Milk fed, short lb 1 2 BEET LIVES Fer lb. 16 15 SPECIAL RIBS OF BEEF Ritâl Cute; ..······»·~«^ 18' 2 SIRLOIN STEAK Cat from Prime Beef ^ lb 211 2 25c SPECIALS β lbs. Corned Neck Bib· .... 4 lbs. Corned Pigs' Feet .... » lbs. Pickled Trip· 3 lbs. Fiesh Pigs Feet. 25 BOAST»» VEAL Milk fed} Lb. 20 SPEC! 1 lbs. for Circsd Neckbeu 25 BONELESS HAMS Fmscy; Special, lb. ^ * t I > t 'i i I I I FRESH CHICKENS For soup or fricassee or Stew; lb 23' 2 SHOULDER or BREAST Or VEAL UUk Fed; Lb. 171 FRESH MOOS Very special; guaranteed; » little smaller than reg. size; dozen !... 33 ntESH SAUSAGE Our own make ; link or loose ; lb. / ,24c and 25 PORK CHOPS Nice and lean. Beady cut; at sr.