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Open Evenings Until Xmas The Finer Grades of Women's Neckwear of Georgette 40e to $2.08 Sailor collars, jabots, cape collars and collar and cuff seta Of Sattn 49c to $1.98 Long roll effects; square collars and collar and cuiï sets. Of Broadcloth 98e to $1.98 Roll collars, sailors, long ilat collars. nw Neck cords, Windsor ties, novelty bows 25c to $1.25. Women's Silk Hosiery in Gift Boxes Kayser Italian Silk Stockings $1.98 a pair Black or white, one pair in a box. An exceptionally good pure silk stocking for so low a price. "Rivoli" and Silk Stockings $1.49 a pair One pair In a box; black or white; a reinforced stock ing that will give splendid service. Embroidered Top Stockings $1.19 a pair Black or white, with em broidered floral and bird 1 designs on instep. Put up in neat holiday boxes. Colored Silk Stock ings 98·· and $1.25 Taupe grey, sil ver, black. white, pink, blue; all famous makes' wearing quail ties unsur passed. BOOKS! No other pleasure or entertainment worth whtle can be had eo cheaply as that to be found in a good book.i Our Xmas stocks are the1 greatest ever. By all famous authors At 57c—Fiction. Cowboy series, young girls' books are 84c and 49c. 10c to 49c—Picture books for children, drawing ι books. toys: DOLLS, GAMES and thousands of ether φ J good playthings on our Toyland, second floor. See Toyland at its Best TODAY. Christmas Umbrt lies were never so beantlful! All the newest handle effects: all the different colors of handles. Silver plated caps. Gold plated caps. Carved, wooden handles. Covered with union taffeta and gloria coverings; taped edges; solid frames. For Men and Women at $1.49 to $4.98 Silk Kimonas A new and varied stock for Christmas. Old Rose Crepe de Chine at $7.49 Beautiful Ked Satin with a charming floral design at $11.98 At $10.98 there ore crepe de chine kimonos In charmin* shades of tur quoise blue, tan and old rose. is CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY, By virtue of a decree to me directed. Issued out of the Court of Chancery of ew Jersey, in the cause wherein rank A. Cosgrove is complainant, and John 8. Cosgrove and others are dé tendants, I will expose for sale at pub lic vendue on Friday, the eleventh day of January, next (1918), at the hour of S o'clock in the afternoon of said day, on the Court House steps in the City of New Brunswick, in the County of Mid dlesex. All those two lots, tracts or parcels Cf land and premises, hereinafter par ticularly described, situate, lying and being in the City of New Brunswick, In the County of Middlesex and State Of New Jersey. Known and desiganted upon a certain map filed in the Clerk's Office of the County of Middlesex, entitled, "A map of certain real estate in the First Ward of the City of New Brunswick, in the County of Middlesex, on the south easterly side of the Trenton Avenue, formerly of Abraham Suydam, Esq , and conveyed by him with other property to James Lorimer Graham by deed dated June 1, 1S36, surveyed and di vided into lots and parcels May 31, 3 838, by Daniel Ewen, City Surveyor, New York," as lots numbers eleven hundred and seventy-four (117 1) and eleven hundred and seventy-five (1175) in parcel number thirty-eight (38). Being the same premises conveyed to Lawrence Cosgrove and Catherine Cos grove. his wife, by deed of Spemer Turner Driggs and Anna Spencer Driggs, executor and executrix, etc., of Anna A. Driggs, decease·!, dated Dec. 38, 1906; recorded in the Middlesex County Clerk's office in Book 392 of Deeds, page 56; and which descended, upon the death of the said Lawrence E>sgrove, to John S. Cos^ruve. Frank Β Cosgrove, Margaret M Cosgrove. yVnita A. Cosgrove, Joseph C. Cosgrove ι and Helen C. Cosgrove; including the inchoate right of dower of Evelyn Cos- I grove, wife of John S Cosgrove. in the said premises, together with all and singular the hereditaments and appur tenances to the said premises belong ing, or in anywi«i· appertaining. AhFRKI) H. MARCH. Special Master in Chancery, No. 390 George .Street, New Brunswick Ν Τ THOMAS H. HAGERTT, 40 Paterson Street, New Brunswick, Ν. .T. 16888-12-17-24-31-1-7 Printing PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE Litho graphing HALF TONES RUBBER STAMPS CUT> OF ALL KINDS BUSINESS FORMS No work too blg) None too email. Telephone 198. Perth Amboy Printing Co. 70 SMITH STREET " Succcesors to Job Printing Dept. PERTH AMBOY BVENINJl NEWS. KnËp Mm*-·· · . ; Railroad President Appointed 2 Chairman of All War Industries. Daniel Willard, president of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, has been appointed by the President chalrmar of the War Industries Board. Finds Monster Tooth. A man living near Saugus, Cel., dis covered the tooth of a gigantic crea ture that roamed through the marshes of southern California several thou sand years ago. The tooth weighed about 25 pounds. HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTOcHvcu JS HERE. Better than Ever. We have a few bargains in U«ed Machines. Dealer In Firestone Tires and Tubes. C. JOHNSON. Dealer. 1C3 New Brunswick Ave. Ph fRct STORAGE UNTIL SPRING A payment of $100 will hold any car for you until spring:. This is a won derful saving In garage bill and at least 25 per cent, in cost of rar, com paring Winter and Spring values. Quick action necessary. Exceptional Bargains to be Had In Overhauled and Guaranteed Overands & WiUys-Kn ghts AImo Some Other Make#» \V 11.1 jYS-OV ERLAN I) CO. Broadwaj·, nt SOI h Street, .New York Write for used car bulletin. Open evenings. .'Ihe Place That Pleases Ever/body'1 THE EiNST HOUSE Rathskell er New Brunswick Avenue Perth Araboy MUSIC EVERY EVENING : MIGHELINS AND rJUUL TO GUIS! Tomorrow Night on Loc; Team's Court—Jack Miller to Play Again. I Tomorrow night tie Y. M. H. J will stack up against the Mlcheli basketball tre.iu of Milltown on til local Y. M. H. A. court. The Mlch< lins are well known around thes porta and are considered one oi th strongest opposing fives obtainabl for the Y. M. H. A. By defeating the Amboy Five la.· Thursday night the Y. M. H. A. ha come into Its own and Is now evene with that combination for tho cliani pionship of Perth Amboy. Tomorrow night the local team will appear wit the same lineup as that used bo sue ceesfully against the Amboy Five o: Thursday night, with the exception ο "Willie" Wilentz. now forward on th New York University freahman team Duboiv will again be in the game it plaice of Wllentz. "Jaok Miller," the whirlwind whi made his initial appearance with thi Y. M. H. A. In the Amboy Five game will be here in the beet of form to morrow night and assist tho locals ir winning over tho Milltown five. Manj are under the impression that Millci Is α ringer brought into the local clai; for the purpose of opposing the Am boy Five. Manager Mai-garetten ex plains that Jack Miller was entered on the Y. M. H. A. membership be fore tho drawing up of the contract for the series of gomes with the Am boy Five. Harry "Pop" Schwartz will again bo eta.Uo<ned at tho center position! I.eo "Ham" Schwartz and Jack Miller at fo«"ward and Du'bow and "Chick ens" Koptowifcz, guaxds. Jacobsen and Shujnsky will also bo on hand to fill In whenever needed. After the Christmas holidays Jock Miller will be a regular In the Y. M. H. A. line up. On the Michelin team will be Charlie C'ratjiel, Fred Garland, Walter Smith, Harry Kockafeller, Harold Kuhlthau and Roy Taylor. In order to give the audience more time for dancing there will be but one game played, this starting at 9 o'clock. FIRST SKATING ENJOYED HERE OVER WEEK END The first week end skating of the Rtason was enjoyed by about two hun dred on Saturday and Sunday at the Eagleswood pond In Smith street. Although the enow interfered with the skating in a few places, the larger part of tie lea was cleared, making it possible for many to enjoy this in vigorating outdoor sport. Word that skating was good at the pond next to the municipal lighting plant spread like wildfire and yesterday afternoon found a large number of skating en thusiasts breaking in their skates for a strenuous season. The enow fall yesterday afternoon and last night Interfered somewhat with the skating, but a little thing like snow did not do much to keep away the crowd from the lake. The cold weather promises ono of the best skating seasons ever dhad in this section. Interesting Experiment. Experiments Just completed bv two French scientists have reopened the controversy whether rudimentary man ifestations of life can be produced In Inorganic matter. These men took a glass tube containing a solution of col loidal silica, sealed It by melting the glass and subjected tube and contents to a high temperature, long enough to sterilize them thoroughly, according to all current Ideas of sterilization. The tube was then kept moderately warm for two months, and when opened the contents were full of living bacteria. Objectors contend that the colloidal silica probably operates to protect bacteria originally In the so lution from the effccts of the heat sterilization. AGKERMAN ANSWERS LOCAL SPORTING QUERY Perth Am hoy, N. J , Dec. 3, 1917 Mr. Morris Ackerman. Dear Sir: Would you kindly let me know through your column in the EVENING NEWS, whether the .250 3000 Savage Hi power rifle is suitable for large game, such as moose, etc. I would like to know the advan tages, If any, of the rifles that use a larger and heavier grained bullet, but have a smaller or rather less muzzle velocity, but a greater or heavier hit ting power, that is in foot pounds. The concensus of opinion, is that a bullet of small caliber, driven at a high velocity, and having α flat traject ory, is superior to the larger, heavier, slower, but having greater hitting powers. It this so? Next I would like to know what the difference is between the socalled Carbine, and ordinary Hi power rifle is, (aside from the fact that it is main ly used whore horseback riding is nec ' I essary). ' I Is there any difference In the rifl 1 |ing or number of yards, (that is in re " gards to the distance it is good for ' I when we accept 500 yards as the mai '■imuim for the standard or that is to be more explicit, ordinary length Hi power rifle. W. W. Tour question Is rather pointed In that you mention a certain mako of rifle. Malting answer rather to the caliber than the rifle and giving my views to your question from experience in the ibush rather than from the tech nical side of the expert range man this Is my conclusion: In hunting moose, grizzly, elk, or other large animals the harder the kick or knockdown the better your chances of getting the game after your hit. The heavier the lead behind the most powerful amount of pep nat urally the greater the wallop on the strike. Tho high velocity with smaller pill is quite the thing tar deer, goat, sheep. and possibly caribou. This is espec-' ially so because In most eases hunting this smaller variety of '*big game" re quires trajectory and longer range shooting. There is yet to come to the front a riflo that can really "be called an "all around" big gamo gattle.r Small bores will kill big game, but not soon enough. Hi-power is not in the rifle but in the ammunition. The carbine type will take high velocity ammuni tion, though some rifles are especially bored for certain make ammunition. Theatre ] i! News j ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦' At the Ditraae. Thousands of dollars' worth of Or jlsntal goods were used In furnishint ι he apartment for the mystic clairvoy ant scenes in the Metro wonderplaj "Outwitted," starring Kmily Stevens which will be seen at the Ditmas the atre today and tomorrow. Tho lux· furious outer room contains α cosy di jvan, teak wood and Ivory Inlaid furn llture, draperies tund rugs from the Fai I East, ha.nd-carved taborets, vases am' ι jardiniers of beaten and spun brass ! and Innumerable Oriental, antiques all of which blend In giving the et· feet of mystery. The crystal room of Nan (Emil; [Stevens) faces the entrance. A 'flood of light illuminates this throne and tall containers with burning in cense stand at either side. In the back wall on both sides of the throne, are what appear to be golden Images ol Buddha, in reality the secret lookoul posts of the clairvoyant's accom plices. Dominating the entiro ecenc Is tho star herself on the tall throne. A peculiar phase of "The Auction Block," the big feature produced by the Rex Beach Pictures Co. that is to be offered soon Is that nearly evej-y one of the fictitious characters is a thlnly-diisguised prototype of a real person. For Instance, the late "Dia mond Jinx" Brady, Flo Zicgfeld, Alan Dale and other Broadway characters are in the scenes, and in like fashion the danger "Adoree" is closely allied In her actions to Galjy Deslys. Letters From Local Soldiers A latter has been received here from E. Stanley llarteliorno, formerly of High street, who is now "Somewhere Ln Franco" with an engineer regi ment. Hartshome, after several un successful efforts to gain admission to the engineers through α training ;ainip, was drafted and sent to Camp Dix, wliere ho volunteered for instant service ln France. He was sent abroad ind ie now over thero. In his letter to relatives here he says in part: "The section wheTo we are station id (ostensibly the southern part of France) la beautiful. The fields at present are filled with winter wheat and chrysanthemums, and the entire country Is very wonderful. The French people, too, arc great, and are very interested in the American boys, of whom they fieem very fond. "Work with the engineers is mighty interesting and I am having a great many novel experiences, which, of course, I must keesp to myself for the present. "There arc many Genmui war pris oners working hero in camp, and that affords a most welcome and interest ing sight. Then, too, we see a great many boys going to and from the front, all happy ajid glad for another chance In the trenches. (This would indica/to that lie is somewhere near the front lines.) "Many of the fcfllows In the regi ment are college men, and I have met soane great boys and am really enjoying the experience a great deal. But with it all, we are looking for ward most to tie time when wo will be sent home. Home will look miglity ! good to all of us when we hit the I American shore." ' •hn letter was written on Novem ber 18 and was received here a few days ago. Mushroom, First Plant. The mushroom In form of α slime fold was the first plant to evolve on earth. The algae plants of the first eeas thrust out a fungus on land to draw minerals from the overhanging ' rocks. On this primitive fungus I lichens evolved and the three plants I lnterfed each other, three hundred ! million yenrs ago and today. Laler, ; true mushrooms evolved, at first with I Email caps, forming the first food sup j ply for the later arriving living créa I tures. A Christmas Greeting by Telegraph carries with it a feeling of epontaneona warmth and a ■cnse of personal nearness which no other form of communication conveys. A 50-word Night Letter affords ample scops for the fullest expression. The boys in camp, particularly, will welcome a Christmas telegram. WESTERN UNION Telegrams—Day Litters—Night Letters Cablegrams—Money Transferred by Wirt THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. Start Your Christmas Shopping AND SINCE IT IS TO BE A PRACTICAL CHRISTMAS WHY NOT GIVE GOOD, SENSIBLE GIFTS, THAT WILL BE [ . APPRECIATED ? Rochester and Faber's Casseroles $1.89-$6.50 Crumb Trays and Scrapers 89c - $3.00 J Bias el's Carpet Sweepers and Vacuum Sweepers $3 85 to $5.50 Sure-edge Pocket Knives, stag, bone and pearl han dles 65o to $1.50 Pocket Knives Sale Specials, only 35c Sure-edge Scissors and Shears; all patterns 50c to $1.75 Large assortment of Rochester and Universal Carver's Set in 2, 3 aad 5 pieces; sets $1.98 to $15.00 Game and Steak Covers $1.89 up Game Shears $2.50 up USEFUL TABLE GIFTS Our stock contains goods of the Royal Rochester ware. The Universal Products and Taber'e ware. Nut Sets; nice selection. Price $2.49 Casseroles ; all patterns. Price $1-89 to $6.50 Silver Cake Plates. Price $2.69 up Pie Plates, Silver Mountings. Price $2.19 up Silver Serving Dishes $4.00 to $6.50 BATH ROOM FIXTURES Complete line of Bath Room Fixtures; nickel and enamel fin ish 69c to $3.75 Rochester Electric Bread Toaster and Grill $3.75 China, Silver ar d Cut Glass Cut Glass Bowls. Special only ...$2.29 Spoon Tr&ys $1.25 Nappies $1.69 up Community Silver Tea Spoons, Vi dozen $125 Table Spoons, y2 dozen Salt and Peppers with plush box silver tops and silver etching, pair ....98c FOR THE KITCHEN Copper and Enamel Tea Kettle 89c to $3.50 Universal Food Choppers $1.50 to $3.50 Universal & Rochester Coffee Per colators Price $2.75 to (6 50. SPECIAL I Electric Irons $4.39 SkVBCtV Double jttoaster In steel enamel and aluminum. Price 69c to $5 Universal Bread Makers Price $3.00 and $3.50 Wear-Ever alumi num Double Boil era $2.00 to $3.50 Wear-Ever alumi num Sauce Pans 80o to $3.50 BOHN SYPHON REFRIGERATORS Only a Few High Grade Boxes at Bargain Prices Pyrex Oûea Ware For Baling and Serving An acceptable gift in every practical shape and size for baking use is made in Pyrex. Easy to wash ; easy to keep clean. Price 50c to $3-50. Winslow Skates in all patterns—club, hockey, rockers, for boys and girls. $1.35 to $3.00 OIL There's a difference in Oil Heaters. Our heaters are smokeless and ouurlcss with new rewicking device. Price $3.98 to $9.50 KELLY & McAUNDEN CO. 74 SMITH STREET / Ρ PORTO RICO THE GOLDEN ISLE 18 DAY CRUISE r A" $04.-50 txpeiuei *J * up A luiuriou· nteamer is your hotel for tH« entire cruise, from New York to and around Porto Rico, «topping at principal port· and return. Ail neceeeary expense· of the voyage included in the fare. Write for illustrated booklet "Through Tropic Sea·." Addree· M SECKENDORF. General Pa··. Agt PORTO RICO LINE Or any Railroad Ticket Offlc# or authorized Tourist Agenoy Special Xmas Sale Mixed Nuts Fresh and New Lb. 20c Cut Prices on Fancy Fruits and Dried Fruits—under the supervision of Crisberg. McCrory's 5c and 10c Store 104-106 Smith St.