THE DITMAS -Today
IN THE THEATRE CONTINUOUS 2:15 to 11
IN THE AIRDOME at 7:45 AND 0:30
JACK PICKFORD, LOUISE HUFF and HOBART BOSWORTH
In an Elaborate Picturization of
From the Novel by Gene Stratton Porter
Burton Holmes I Best Music in I Victor Moore
Travel Series | Town | Comedy
FIRST TIME MONDAY
MONTAGUE LOVE and GEROA HOLMES
••The Brand of Satan"
ADDED ATTRACTION—AN 0. HENRY STORY
NEXT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
GEORGE M. COHAN in "Broadway Jones"
I Hill iiiimiiH*
The Big Kvent.
.'i7t h ANNUAL· PUBLIC
For AU the People
of Simpson M. E. Sunday School and associated
churches, Tottenville and South Amboy. TO
Asbury Park and Ocean Grove
THURSDAY, AUG. 23, 1917
Trains leave Perth Amboy (Central R. R. of N. J. Depot) as follows:
First Section, 8:30 a. m.; second section, 8:40; third section, 9 o'clock.
Returning*, leave Asbury Park at 6:30, 9:30 and 9:40 p. m., giving: a long
d?.y for the various attractions at the beach.
This excursion will also give all the residents of Perth Amboy and
vicinity a splendid opportunity to visit relatives and friends among the
This camp la now humming with activity and thousands of the "boys
in khaki'· are getting ready for grim warfare. Sea Cllrt Is but half an
hnur·. ride by trolley from Asbury Park. The day of tho excursion hap
pens on "Governors Day," whiin Governor lSdgo officially visits the camp.
NOTE:—The first section will be a through train from this city mak
Ing no stops after leaving Perth Amboy. The second and third «ëi-tln™
iT'be'necessary·?th Am"°y· A 'ÛUrth Wl" be '» "adl^."^'
Adults $1.00 Children 50c
AMERICA CLASPS HANDS
"WITH U.S. AfiW [MISER
By MILTON BRONNER. ι
Washington, D. C., Aug. 18.—Slow-I
ty but surely the Latin-American re
public* aro taking step» aimed at Ger-I
ftiany, until government officials here!
expect soon to boo most of the west-1
®τη hemisphere in the war against the ι
In the diplomatic game thero are
three etet)». First a country simplyj
euspends diplomatic relations. This
Vieann it Is still neutral.
When its Irritation Increases, it re
vokes its neutrality with one of the
belligerents. Finally, comcs the la.it
step-—a declaration of war.
Revocation of neutrality is often
quite as useful. For Instance, ne a re
sult of this action already taken In
Latin-America, the vast Caribbean
and South Atlantic coastline is large
ly anti-German. Leaving Mexico out
of consideration, Rll Caribbean ports
except those of Colombia and Venezu
ela are open to the Allies.
Tills means the territorial waters of
Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Cos
ta Rica (which is rated neutral but
offered her ports to American war ves
sels) and Panama.
On the Atlantic coast America and
her Allies have acress not only to tho
ports of British and French Guiana,
but also to the tremendous const of 1
Brazil and Uruguay, with their great I
cities of Bahla, Rio Janeiro and Monte-',
video. , ,
Singularly, the reverse Is true of the
Pacific ooast where all the I.atln-Amer
lca.ii republics have stuck seduously
to their neutrality. However, only In ι
the Houth Atlantic Is there duncer of
Qerman sea raiders.
Free access to these Atlantic ports
means a multiplicity of plares where
American and allied patrolling fleets
can put In for coal, provisions, mall,
messages and repairs.
But some of these countries offar
other advantages. For Instance, Bra
zil has her fleet patrolling the South
Atlantic with our warships and her
congress Ih now discussing appropriat
ing $50,000,000 for war purposes.
Guatemala has a railroad line from
Tuerto Barries on the Atlantic to San
Jose to the Pacific, uffordlng the
United States quick transportation of
men, supplies and ammunition from
ocean to ocean in rase of emergency.
Finally It gratifies tho administra
tion that both kinds of Latln-Amer
lcans have Joined hands with us.
Brazil Is the groatest Portuguese coun
try, and all the other South and Cen
tral American nations that have Join
ed aro Spanish-American.
There's KclU'f in Tolling Secrets.
I had a letter from Elaine this morn
lng, little book, that has caused me
much disquiet. It concerns Mollie,
dear darling Mollie. If anything hap
rencd to Mollie I think I could not
ear It. I feel toward her almost u.i
tftough sho were my child, and she
tells me I have been mother, sister,
conlklunt and friend to her.
"You have given me almost all my
pleasures, Margie," she said to me
Just before we started, "and you are
the only person In ail the world that
I can talk to freely."
Of course, I could never be as con
fidential with Mollie as I have been
•with you, and that Is the reason why
I think every woman should keep κ
diary. It Is a great safety value. It
keeps us from telling other people
things that ofttimes we regret after
"I don't want to be sad or sorry,"
aald a woaiuui of great poise to mo
once. "I never tell my most exciting
experience*, nor my most interesting
thoughts to anyone, for you are to
get thom back some day In a way that
will bring you great sadness and make
you very sorry yo*u told."
But very few women, Mttle book,
are sufficient unto themselves. I ex
pect In over thousands of years of
more or less dependence we have
learned to tell someone our troubles
and others joys.
I said this to Jim Edlo once and
he said, "Perhaps the primitive worn
an told these little tales of her dally
existence to make conversation for
her lord and master when he came
home from the battle or the chase. The
modern woman, If she be clever, does
not do this. She tells her husband as
little as he does her," he added cyn
ically. "I notice while husbands and
Avives tell their soorcts to wives and
husbands they ere usually somebody
else's wives and husbands."
I wonder if Jim meant that or did
he just say it to be funny.
Goodness, if I were talking to any
one but you, Mttle book, the poreon
would be euro to thing I did not real
ly have much interest in Mollie after
distraught over the approaching birth
of a child as Is Chad Hatton. Some
times 1 think he dreads Its coming to
such an extent he hopes It will be born
"He seems to be quite as much In
love with Mollle as aver, In fact at
llrst I thought he was jealous of the
baby, but 1 have como to the conclus
ion there Is some other reason. Per
haps It la an unreasonable fear that
something will happen to hor."
(Isn't It strange, little book, that we
almost always say "something will
happen" when we mean only one thing
"I think," the lettor continues, "It
Mollle should die Chad would kill
himself and the ohlld. Poor chap, hS
has had a rather sad life, has he not?
I am sure Mollle Is the only woman
who could and would understand him.
"He Is so moody at times I could
not possibly stand him around, bul
even now when he seems to be worse
than usual Mollle goes on hor way with
a poise of which I never thought her
"She Is perfectly calm to the outside
«ye although 1 know she must have
some of the terrible moments that
como to a woman before hor first child
I am sure, little book, Chad has a
secret dread he Is not telling even to
Mollle. Surely he is not so foolish as
to think Mollle may go mad as his
first wife did. It is something even
Pat does not know about for before I
came away Pat and Alice told me
Jiow happy Chad was and how he was
surely coming out of his moods.
"Aft or all, Margie, whatever Is right.
Alice suits me better than even dear
Molllo could and Mollle Is much bet
ter suited to Chad. It Isn't such a. bad
world after all, Is It?"
The world is all right, tlttl· book, It
Is only what we make of It.
(To be Continued.)
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164 MEN ACCEPTED IN
THIRD DISTRICT DRAFT
(Continued from page 1)
Rejected for physical deficiency:
C. B. Ely, Cranbury; W. F. Brown
ing, Sayrevllle; J. Pardanl, Jameeburg;
W, C. Hoffman, Cranbury; C. YVitczak
South Àmboy; R. O. Mathta, Socutti
Amboy; W. Starkey, Old Bridge; P. F
Render, South Amboy; J. Hchuck
Cranbury; M. Schoirk, R. F. R., Nen
Brunswick; O. Jos. Wantzel, Soutl
Amboy; C. J. Woyce, Spotswood; A.
Hinze, Parlin; C. Q. Spires, Clilïwood;
C. W. Butterflelld, Joinesburg; R. J.
Conway, South Amboy; J. A. Novak,
South Amboy; F. Martin Krwln, Mill
town; G. J. Pope, South River; Θ. C,
L. Baetedo, R. F. D., Cranbury; 1). M.
Clark, Jameeburg; W. K. Rozel, R. I'".
D., Cranbury; W. B. Shreve, James
burg; A. Mathews, Cranbury; R. G,
Spratford, R. F. D., Cranbury; D. A,
Barbour, South Amboy; T. Wojcisc.k
owski, South Amboy; R. Combs,
Jajmesburg; D. A. MacDonald, South
Amboy; L. Herplsh, R. F. D., OH
Bridge; M. Skmn, Jr., Sayreville; H.
C. Conoll, Cranbury; C. H. Neleon,
South Amboy; H. Math tee Nelson
Sayreville; Ο. H. Gamble, South Am
boy; J. P. Lowth, South Amboy; W. A.
O'Connor, South Amboy.
Claim Exempt Ion.
Paaaed but claimed exemption:
D. E. Dobeon, Old Bridge; S. Grab
owskle, Sayreville; E. Zach, Sayreville;
W. I·'. Petty, Jamesburg; L·. l'olowcyk,
South Amboy; J. Archllle Besner,
Sauth Amboy; J. Thompson, James
burg; J. G. ïoung, l'arlin; C. F. Arleth,
Sayiewille; M. OrgUennkle, Cranbury;
A. A. Wilson, Jamesburg; J. Itog, Say
reville; F. W. Powell, Crainbury; U. C.
Hlgglecon, Purlin; Α. V. Uanser, South
Amboy; S. Oatrek, Hayreville; S. Olen
ider, Sayreville; F. J. Kelly, South Am
. boy; W. J. Farrell, South Amboy; R.
Harrle, Bayrevllle; Ε. H. Icker, Old
Bridge; J. J. O'Brien, Sooith Amboy;
F. C. Rehfuas, South Ainboy; R. Bey,
Cranbury; R. F. Davison, Cranbury:
Harry Perrlnf»; C. A Conover, Jamee
burg; R. M-oJtes, Sayreville; O. New
man, South Amboy; J. L. Berlew, South
Amboy; J." Cleslairezyk, South Amboy;
E. F. Spatford, South Ainboy; Β. H.
Disbrow, Jr., South Aimhoy; S. Ben
nett, South Amboy; D. Dutka, R. IT.
D., Now Brunswick.
Enlisted prior to fall:
W. S. Relet», Plalnsboro; E. J. Crane,
Soutîi Aimboy; D. H. Van Buren, Spots
To Appear Monday.
The following mem have been noti
fied to appear before the local draft
board Monday for examtnnrtlon:
167 N. S. Folsom, South Amboy.
2 307 J. P. Krlba, Old Bridge.
. 2SG Oustav Nickolaus, So. Amboy.
174B C. Mr»Tnuson, Sayrevlllo.
1309 T. Suchowleckl, SayrevlMe.
1168 J. Kwlklakeakl, Sayreville.
214 F. H. Chapman, South Amboy.
2010 B. Mc.Cumscy, R. ϊ\ V. 3, Hew
6 29 O. R. Bao.kman, South Amboy.
2747 H. L. EmçaQna,„ JtftmeaiDure. t
647 J. Bryant, South Amboy.
2679 F. Wolinski, Holmetta.
56 4 C. Ambpy,
11492 H. R. ByerJM^Uvllle.
A. T>1I>ella. Μ*»*ρ*Ι11β.
J. T. Button, Cranbury.
F. Pleclelllo, Jamesburg.
D. J. Flsher, Sayrevllle.
O. Snyder, South Amboy.
W. Kohler, Sayrevllle.
O. F. Trous, Jr., Sayrevill·.
2G2t O. W. Tllton, Jamesburg.
1870 A. T'urhalskl, Sayrevill».
1397 J. Muak, Gillespie.
114 J. Kind, South Amboy.
151 O. Domke, South Amboy.
2851 H. Shlppe. Cranbury.
1338 A. Schmttt, Sayreville.
1984 A. Bukowsky, Sayrevllle.
1487 J. W. Auer, Sayrevllle.
1359 J. Angel l'olanco. Sayrevlle.
61 C. R. Stolte, South Amboy.
2243 H. Boyce, R. F. i>. No. 1 Mat
1834 W. S. Logan, Parlln.
G03 W. Morgan Lambertson, South
2298 P. Hedltzsch, Morrlstown.
«18 A. 8. Dzlekan, South Amboy.
2130 T. De Lucla, South River.
1684 J. A. N. Pedoreon, Parlln.
1829 H. O. Llchtenwalter, Parlln.
14 63 T. Doulon, Sayrevllle.
986 R. Droeger, Sayrevllle.
1505 M. Barbara, Sayrevllle.
2447 M. J. Welsh, Cranbury.
209 O. Cross, South Amboy.
1110 T. Godas, Sayrevllle.
777 E. F. Jozlack, South Amboy.
33 P. A. Reilly, South Amboy.
1480 F. Domenlck, Sayreville.
2823 D. P. Delaney, Jamesburg.
2 808 J. D. Pietro, Jamesburg.
1935 J. R. Cunia, Sayreville.
1671 E. Strucinskl, Sayreville.
2759 L. C. Haye», Jamesburg.
32 H. Reese, South Amboy.
2223 W. Schulmeister, Old Bridg·.
1 9 54 G. Burza, Sayreville.
1533 L. Favlo, Parlin.
1071 M. Soriano, Sayreville.
1348 C. T. Norman, Sayrevllle.
2104 H. Bennet, Spotswood.
Iife4 M. Holswak, Sayrevllle.
63 L. B. Stratton, South Amboy.
2174 C. H. Nichols, Old Bridge.
994 J. Unek, Sayreville.
758 P. Saultes, South Amboy.
1278 A. J. Thompson, Goodyear,
2 39 8 R. P. Sattertlwalt, Plainsboro.
2614 D. Smith, Cranbury.
2250 W. Brown, Jr., Matawan R. F.
36 2 W. F. Hayes, South Amboy.
2020 J. N. Oche, East Brunswick j
1842 S. Orlowski, Sayrevllle.
2670 R. M. Soden, Helmetta.
2074 J. A. Ertelthaler, R. F. D. No.
3, New Brunswick.
1170 C. Lehman, Sayreville.
2542 H. A. Punfee, Jamesburg.
816 J. J. Moçan, South Amboy.
371 F. Brown Hoffman, South Am
26 42 M. Weisberg, Englishtown.
2774 E. Kietzlng, Jnmesliure,
2676 F. W. Heidlnger, Prospect
J. B. Hart, Jr.. Sayrevllle.
Saul Sklarin, South Amboy.
J. A. Wlllson, Cranbury.
J. Balley, Sayrevllle.
F. W. Schultz, South Amboy.
L. H. Crowshaw, Cranbury.
P. M. A. Jorgenson, South Am
224 S. Anthony Welsh, South Am
1835 M. Lycyk, Sayreville.
818 E. H. Muldoon, South Amboy.
1534 R. D. Faller, Gillespie.
762 B. Shapiro, South Amboy.
9 31 A. Tony, Sayreville.
1998 A. Blaszha, Sayrevllle.
2260 L. Contl, Cliffwood.
1013 E. Tetreanlt, Sayrevllle
1042 S. Sadusky, Sayreville.
2219 M O. Rose, R. F. D. No. 1, Mat
2368 H. Barlow, Plainsboro.
4 49 H. E. Dowdell, South Amboy.
1241 A. Macliinst, Sayrevllle.
41 M. E. liugg, South Amboy.
2146 J. Rusch, South River.
S. Govern, Sayrevllle.
F. IJinkel, Jr., Spotswood.
" jxt, Jr., South Amboy.
3H J. W. Rea,
742 B. Polinsky, South Amboy.
640 J. Bolansky, South Amboy.
1950 P. DuPont, Sayrevllle.
2249 L. H. Brown, R. F. D. No. 1,
127 M. Kotlk, South Amboy.
1481 L. Deboskie, Sayreville.
164 3 J. F. Schultz. Sayrevllle.
668 W. E. WUUamsr-Seuth Amboy.
88 F. Nebus, South Ainboy.
2518 L. Breslow, Jamesburg.
1890 W. Garyonskl.
2127 M. Leves, South River. ι j
1494 N. Blssett, Sayrevllle.
1797 F. E. Lang, Parlln.
1074 P. Splrldes, Sayrevllle.
1518 S. R. Clark, Parlin.
21GA D. Miller, Madison Township.
743 G. Posach, South Amboy.
827 T. Ocaranza, South Amboy.
1242 W. Mackim, Sayrevllle.
1903 J. Farley, Sayrevllle.
2252 W. Burkctt, Jr., Old Bridge.
1038 C. Rudwig, Sayreville.
138G J. Laplnsky, Sayrevllle.
9 76 F. A. Eberle, 8ayrevllle.
47 3 A. Bogdanovitz, South Amboy.
16S3 P. Pearlman, Sayrevllle.
1614 A. Jrocki.
287 C. E. Quigley, South Amboy.
68G H. G. Hoffman, South Amboy.
260 F. Taylor. South Amboy.
2 Β 21 R. J. Brltton, Prospect Plains.
527 J. J. Shultz, South Amboy.
26 29 G. H. Thomas, Cranbury.
264 F. F. Strasser, South Amboy.
2735 J. Rlchiuso, Jamesburg.
2211 C. R. Quackenbush, Madison
Township, Old Bridge,
2451 R. L. Dey, Cranbury.
446 A. J. Ponovan, South Amboy.
1888 E. Gatchell, Parlln.
89 A. G. Nebus, South Amboy.
2S54 S. Conover Wilson, SpoUwood.
1726 C. Nlohlt, Parlln.
1197 A. Mohak, Sayrevllle.
2282 W. H. Fowler, Old Bridge.
932 A. Casneekl, Sayrevllle.
1204 C. Morena, Sayrevllle.
1377 M. Robbing, Sayrevllle.
8 6S A. L. Barkelew, South Amboy.
8 58 A. Harthrone, South Amboy.
451 G. W. Allcott, South Amboy.
745 E. Prznoskle, South Amboy.
2287 G. Gordon, Madison Township,
573 A. F. Gelsinon, South Amboy,
1789 T. Kudluk, Sayrevllle.
174Î T. Asher McNlchols, Parlln.
1137 P. Julacka, Sayreville.
1106 P. B. Grinley, Sayrevllle.
2526 G. Brotzman, R. F. D., Eng
308 E. M un sell, South Amboy.
429 3. A. Conway, South Amboy.
1833 B. Lock. Sayreville.
170* M. da Costa Relrs, Sayrevllle.
1451 J. Lehman, Bavreville.
18S8 3, P. Rogers, Sayreville.
21 OS F. Henry Boehr, Old Bridge.
2050 P. Schark, R. F. D. No. 4, New
2164 Ε. M. Menzcl, Jr., Matawan, It.
F. D. No. 1.
2709 John Kokoszka, Helmetta.
2041 G. H. Warnedorfer, H. F. L>,
No. 3, New Brunswick.
2320 W. 1'. Brown, Spotewood.
2341 A. Meyers, Spotswood.
2114 H. Lester Eldridge, Old Bridge.
1608 A. Zyskowskl, Sayreville.
1459 J. Camacho, Padn.
2291 E. R. Oreen, Old Bridge.
2257 R. Campbell, R. F. D. No. 1,
2095 J. F. Horturlck, R. F. D., No. 8,
1814 G. Kaswlco, Sayreville.
279 7 A. H. Applegate, Jaraesburg.
1085 A. Singer, Sayreville.
1225 I. Pollock, Sayreville.
894 V. Gramaa, South Amboy,
1025 G. Van Wickle, Sayreville.
417 F. Clehowskl, South Amboy»
854 T. J. Lyons, South Amboy.
19 31 E. W. Cordos, Sayreville.
446 S. J. Domzal, South Amboy,
1497 J. H. Beekman, Sayreville.
The Better Flfihter.
"De man who admits dot he kla b·
scared," said Oncle Eben "generally
puts tip a better flght dan de man
dat's alius bluffia' 'bout what a here ,
be ta," _
A nnouncement !
I wish to announce to tho
public that I am ready to serve
them in my new homo as in
Why We ShoiM
Do Your Laundry
1. Wo have the best delivery
system in Perth Amboy.
2. Wc have the most up-to
date sanitary system in Middle
3. The only and best hand
laundry in Perth Amboy.
Thanking my patrons for
tlioir past patronage, I remain
M. WEISS, Prop.
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THE STORY OF GREAT RUSSIA TODAY
BY CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL
The EVENING NEWS today announces to its readers the return to active work of Charles
Edward Russell, who went to Russia on the Root commission by appointment of President Wilson.
Mr. Russell is now writing
for the Newspaper Enterpriso
Association the story, in a
series of articles, of what he saw
and heard in great Russia, and
his impressions. He will tell
the truth about the revolution,
the government and the thou
sand and one things of interest
in that huge land—the truth as
revealed to him in his double
capacity as an American official
and a conscientious reporter.
His articles will appear EX
LUSIVELY in the EVENING
NEWS and its associate mem
bers of The Newspaper Enter
They will be by far the most
important and interesting news
paper articles on the war, to
They will reveal the inner
workings of the Russian de
mocracy, its hopes and aspira
tions, its plans and fears, as
they could by no one less than
the trained observer that Rus
They will peer behind the
mystery of that sudden revolu
tion, pierce the obscurity that
shrouds recent history, and
bring into the light of publicity
the motives behind the present
revolts against the new author
ity and the hidden strings that
seek to wreck the newest re
THEY WILL EXPLAIN KE
RENSKY, the "New Napo
leon," not as he hag been pic
tured, but AS HE IS ; and they
will detail the wonderful stories
of Siberia's prison camps when
they heard the word of free
They will answer all the
questions that anxious Amer
icans are asking about Russia.
They will be full of human in
terest and description of man
ners, customs and people.
Russell's First Article Answers the Query:
WILL RUSSIA FIGHT?
In the Evening News
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