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to use lor
* Home Baking
Contains No Alum
Perfectly leavens and makes the
food more delicious and wholesome
Have you noticed that ROYAL
BAKING POWDER is used in the
Telegraph's Free School of Home
BIG RISK FOR PEANUT-STICK i the price of the peanut-stick, and that
therefore the account was closed.
Grayson Back Again Within Prison i Whereupon Grayson, so I-aok says,
Walls Pending Trial for Assault lammed htm.
Nearly a year ago Charles Grayson, Lack preferred assault and battery
a negro, called at Bam Lack's store, charges, hut Grayson was not arrested
10 Cowden street, bought a peanut- until last evening as he was leading the
stick, stood around in the doorway, Jail. He had ,lust finished a six
munched it, talked politics, war possl- months' sentence as Constable Eman
billttes, and so forth, and then de- uel stepped up to him and read a war
manded "his four cents change." Lack rant. Following a hearing before Al
- that no change was due, as derman Bayles, Grayson wag held for
■ lie patron had only tendered one cent, court under SSOO bail.
Sweep Without Dust
Yes, madam, there is now a. new way half as often, because Nomordust gets
to sweep without, raising a partic'e of the room so much cleaner,
dust. You can your ornaments first As one housekeeper said: "Nomon
then sweep, and the ornaments will dust gives me as much time for othef
be as clean as before you started sweep- things as if I had a new maid"—yet
ln ß-_ , . , . Nomordust costs but a few pennies •
Here s how you do it: Get a can of month.
Nomordust a powder—sprinkle a little Nomordust is fine for old rugs too—
•cross the room, then sweep it ahead brings out the original color; and it'«
of you as you go. Nomordust enables good for wood floors and linoleum*
you to collect the dust, whereas ordinary as well.
•weeping spreads it. You know about dlistless dusting—
But it does more than this. It makes now learn about duslless sweeping. Get
•weeping much easier. \ou can clean a 10c can and then if you're not more
»ny room jn half the time and with half than pleased, your money will be re
the effort, yet you only have to sweep funded.
"Mean* ju»t what it mjti"
All Grocers—loc. & 25c. a Can.
Buying R. R. Stocks
You can earn considerable more money
through buying your next winter's supply
of coal this month than you can by purchas
ing P. R. R. Stock.
Coal prices are now 50c per .2000 lbs.
cheaper than they will be September Ist.
» 2000 lbs. Mixed Nut costs now $6.55
on September Ist it will cost 7.05
You save 50c on each $6.55 invested for
This is at the rate of about 18% interest.
Do you know anything that will pay you
as well as buying coal now?
United Ice & Coal Co.
Foratrr and Cowden Third and Boa*
lßth and Cheatnnt Hummel and Mnlberry
Also Steelton, Pa.
THURSDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MAY 27, 1915
MI. UNI ACTION
WON BY COMPANY
Public Service Commission Finds
That Franchise Was Not Vio
lated; Other Cases
In t.he complaint of the borough of
Mt. Union against the Mt. Union Wa
ter Company, the Public Service Comr
mission in an opinion made public
last evening finds that the company
did not violate the franchise ordinance
under which It operates when it in
creased the rates, and that theße rates
which became effective August 15,
1914, are not unreasonable and exces
sive. The quantity of the water sup
plied Is adequate for domestic con
sumption but the commission orders
that the stream and reserve at Sing
er's Gap must be properly protected
! against pollution, and the company
I must report to the commission not. lat
er than July 1 of this year as to the
I means employed to furnish this pro
tection. Tests of the water pressure
must also be made during the months
of July, August, September and Octo
The commission has issued an or
der restraining the Big Spring Electric
Company, a Cumberland county con
cern, from putting into effect the pro
posed schedule providing for an in
crease in Its rates for power. The
complaint was brought by J. S. Elliott
and others of Newville and it was
alleged that the proposed rates were
greatly in excess of the charges of oth
er companies for like service.
In another opinion the commission
declares that it has not the power,
under the act creating it, to compel
a public service company to extend
its facilities beyond the territory cov
ered by its charter or amendments
thereto. The City of Scranton passed
an ordinance authorizing the extension
and operation of the lines of the Scran
ton Railways Company from the pres
ent end of the tracks in Luzerne street
to other localities. The company re
fused tj accept the ordinance or make
the extension and the City of Scranton
filed a complaint with the commis
sion. The complaint was dismissed.
The commission refused to approve
the contract for street lighting entered
into by the Township of Jenkins. Lu
zerne county, and the Jenkins Town
phip Electric Light, Heat and Power
To-night Christie MaeDonald in
Vaudeville and Pictures Every after
noon and evening.
MOVIXCi PICTI RF.S
Photoplay. 10 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Regent, 12 noon to 11 p. m.
Royal, fi p. m. to 11 p. m.
Victoria. 10 a. m. to 11 p. m.
CHRISTIE MnrDOVAI.D ITS -HWBET.
"Sweethearts.' featuring Miss Chris- '
tie M&cDonald, one cf the season's most
attractive offerings, will be at the Ma
jestic to-nierht to delight the lovers of
"Sweethearts" abounds In clean com
edy, tuneful, melodies and picturesque
scenes from the mythical land of Zl
lanla. It has a chorus that ran sing—•
and does—-and a love story that Is clean
and sweet. And It's humor never de
pends upon suggestiveneßS for its ef
fect. The story concerns the fortunes
of the little princeess of Zllania, who,
when a babe, is carried from her palace
and left In the care of Dame Paulia. a
worthy laundress of Bruges. Schemers
learn the identity of the princess, now
grown to quite a beautiful little lady
and attempt to profit by their knowl
edge. The curtain goes down with the
smeers foiled and the princess pro
claimed queen. Miss Mac Donald, of
course. Is the princess.
There are many airs which you'll be
whistling as you go home "Sweet
hearts." "Cricket on the Hearth." and
"In the Convent They Never Tnught Me
That." Oh, but what Is the use! It is
all tuneful and catchy and good. And
the leaven of wit and humor is well
supplied hv Mr. Ralph and Narin.—Ad
SEVEN BRACKS AT COIANIAL TO
There is nothing In the entire rou
tine of acrobatic feats attempted by the
Seven Bracks at the Colonial that any
body ever saw presented by other acts.
The Bracks make a business of invent
ing all of their own acrobatic numbers,
and they are wizards In their line. A
couple of seasons ago this act played
the Orpheum and was voted the very
hest tiling in the acrobatic line that
ever came to town. These seven broth
ers will be the headliners of n very
gor.d show that comes In for the balance
of the week. The other three acts will
be well up t<> standard. There will also
he a new Charles Chaplin comedy on
the picture sheet.—Advertisement.
PAXTANG PARK VAI'DEVIM.E
The regular summer vaudeville sea
son will open at the Paxtan<*- Park
Theater this e'-enlng A rarefullv se
lected hill has been booked by Manager
Davis for the opening performance. The
Mysterious Rrlndamour, magician, and
handcuff exnert. will he the feature at
traction. Mr. Brlndamour has aopear
ed in the vnrlous theaters of Harrls
burg many times and always presents
an Interesting performance. During
his engagement at the park theater he
will demonstrate the methods by which
he has escaped from some of the
strongest prisons in the world after be
ing securely manacled and locked in a
Other acts on the park hill will be
Jordan, the .higgling phiend; Fltzslm
mons and Cameron, Gaffney and Dale,
In comedy songs and dialogue, and the
Gutzman Trio, in a novelty liend and
hand balancing stunt.—Advertisement.
To-day's bill at the Victoria Theater
is one that will \)e sure to please the
most critical motion picture patron
for the reason that It presents a va
riety of clever productions that touch
every phase of human emotions. "The
Black Ring" Is a three-part ICalem pro
duction and Is one of the most power
ful dramas shown for some time. "The
Other Girl," as the name would indi
cate, Is a one-part Essanay offering of
intense Interest and is pleasing
throughout. "The Professor's Painless
Cure" Is a Vitagraph comedy, and fea
tures Sidney Drew as the professor.
There are some real funny situations in
this picture and as a laugh-provoker
It is a success. There are a great many
surprises in store for the natrons of the
Victoria. "We have booked some of the
most remarkable screen plays ever
ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS
How Vlnol Made Her Strong
Beallsvllle, Ohio.—"l wish all nerv
ous. weak, run-down woman could
have Vlnol. I was so run-do'wn, weak
and nervous I could not sleep. Every
thing I ate hurt me, and the medicine
I had taken did me no good. I de
cided to try Vlnol, and before long I
could eat anything 1 wanted and
could sleep all night. Now I am well
and strong, and In better health than
I have been for years."—Mrs. Anna
Millison. Beallsvllle, Ohio.
We guarantee Vlnol for all run
down. weak and debilitated conditions.
George A. Gorgas, druggist: Ken
nedy's Medicine Store. .121 Market
street: C. F. Kramer, Third and Broad
streets; Kltzm tiler's Pharmacy. 1325
Derry street, Harrlsburg, Pa., and at
leading drug stores everywhere.—Ad
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w?tK Women's and Misses' &f\ AT
va ,!r„!°i:„°', £ White Chinchilla Coats V,7j vah.es t» si.oo>r 49 c
forrl cord and linon. Choice of IT_ *C cn Vali.a. P„_ BHV • J Mr do of (food quality ltnon.
white, tan. navy, blue. Aseorted up to vaiuesror y Choice of white or tan. Made with J
styles to choose from, made with These coat* are made of (food quality chinchilla—two excellent norlcet* and nearl button
patch pocket*. In this lot there styles to choose from. One style—flare Iwck. belted front. One style— patoh **" , P "
are all sizes for women, misses and belted back and patch pockets. Only thirty coats to sell. All sizes. trimmed. All shies for women ana I
extra lar*e women. Come early. misses.
S2O, $22.50, $25, S3O and $35 SPRING SUITS
„ CHOICE FOR =^=
Suits f |||M _ Silk Suits
in All . CS Cloth Suits
Sizes 7 S 141 All Colors
For * All Sizes!
Women, II And Only!
Misses V the
Extra and !
Large Best !
Women Styles |
None Sent C. 0. D. or Approval. Alterations Charged For j
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FOR FRIDAY ONLY FOR FRIDAY ONLY FOR FRIDAY ONLY '
Women's and Misses' Women's and Misses' (f ACI Untrimmpd Hats I
values to $1.95, (f»1 AA bJri\lJN\J vUAiO Wf- y. J Values to SI.OO, For |
for *P * »UU Values to $7.50 For ® *■ A I
. n , f„n ionrrtli This Is an extraordinary Friday bargain. Spring Ooata In the nerwe«t I I tf*
I<>rl rvtiiarvi and all' models, plain and fancy weave materials In black, navy and Copenhagen <■> VV» I
with convertible collars and all ( . ()I(>rs Also aJ i. woo , Ma( . k and whJte shepherd checks and covert doth. . - , . . ,
V All sir,cs for women and mlssea. «. Assorted styles and colors.
FOR FRIDAY ONLY FOR FRIDAY O*I,YFOR FRIDAY OJfLT FOR FRIDAY ONLY 3 '
TT*TTm****T?r» ITATCJ GIRLS'DRESSES Women's Bungalow APRONS mr.mMfr.TN I
UNTRIMMED HATS worth to 75c. Worth 50c. 9 £ TRIMMED HATS 1
values to Friday Bargain £*%J C Friday Bargain £* DC values to fA '
$1.50. for jsssu. 9 ' r: 6o ; ;r e o" ,Ml " $3.50, for 3UC 1
_ to 14. * nd mtnghamt ent fall.
Assorted styles and colors. hams in BASKMENT. SAl # k IN BASEMENT. Assorted styles and colors. |
FOR for FRIDAY 1
WOMEN'S KIMONOS M~«'c R,W WOMEN'S WAISTS I
worth ,o SI.OO. q"7_ Mens and Boys W o r ,h ,o $1.25. CQ (
Friday Bargain .... .5 I C C TTfT O A|f]\ Friday For b"C
Cut fall length, made of lawns and *» ~ ~ ™ VV W W Juat sr> waists to aril, all new I
crept*, assorted colors and stses. « TV n . jp . w f\ j models! In white and colors. j
SAI.K IN BASEMENT. Al JfIGSC IYICCS M* TlQCty \jTlty SALE ON FIRST FIOOB. ]
FOR YOUR DECORATION °* SALE ,rf THE BASBIWCJIT. FOR FRIDAY OXI.Y
DAY OUTING I Men's Blue Serge PANTS I Boys' 75c Wash on I GIRLS' MIDDIES I
S KHAKI 69c If 50 Quality . $2.00 SUITS "' / 39c ?z? y F„f' 25c!
Ilitdf with euff bottom, belt loopsi BoVs' 75c ICHakl OA (
■old elsewhere n< 91.00. Slses 3S l/l„„) *n nn D A MTC mm n \ll/» Only 50 to sell. In white and col
to -12. Men "AIN Id PANTS at Jwv or*i slses 8, 16 and 20.
ON SUK IV THE B ASEMENT. Tomorrow ... I"C '' ' (
n » on T a FOR ERIDAY ONI.Y I
GIRLS'BLOOMERS B^Wailtr' 8 " 19c GIRLS'DRESSES |
t*r to SIO.OO, Will Be Put Worth 25c. 1 A^,
FriHav U Rarpain lsc on ® ur Tables 7C Boys' $3.50 Norfolk d» I OA Friday For lvlCl
Friday Bargain J. %J K, /J) cm.tc . Jl. t«» ♦» •«". m-*" »f *«t ««i- ,
Made of fsst black sateeni ent » -3 &l • ' • • ' or percalesi sines 2to 0 yeara. I
rRTTiroATs W ■HI a T I v^l
worth ■ . Li
made of messnltne VB M 9 IW
on ist si*uo
made. They will be shown here very
I.AST DAY OF "BI'CKSHOT JOHN"
AT THE REGENT
The Regent Theater will present to
morrow "The Clemenceau Case,' by
Alexander Dumas. In "The Clemenceau
Case" Dumas has attained the capstone
of his towering genius. Of Iza, the
pantherlsh heroine of this deathless
drama, he himself wrote: "I shall never
create another such character though
1 scribble till doomsday." Iza's sin
ister beauty and its fatal effect on the
lives of two noble men form the main
plot of "The Clemenceau Case." Pierre,
her husband, whom she casts oft from
Constantine Rltz, she leaves with his
career as a talented sculptor blasted
forever. In turn she toys with the in
fatuated Riti., shattering his hopes,
ambitions and home life. But Pierre
saves Ritz against himself. With he
role self-sacrifice he allows himself,
npparently, to fall once more under
Iza's spell. He meets her In her Ori
ental boudoir. As she presses her false
Hps to Pierre's, he stabs her to the
heart just as Rltr. enters. "1 have
saved you from your wife," says Pier
re, calmly, as he telephones for the
police. "As for me, Iza killed my heart
STKAM EN GIN KERS MAY
OHGANIZK BRANCH HERE
Steam engineers in Harrisburg will
in the near future organize a branch
of the American Order of Steam En-
Kineers. The decision was reached
last night following a preliminary
meeting in Counclt ehambsr, in the
Courthouse. The meeting was at
tended by fifty local engineers.
The objects .of the new order were
explained by J. William Pairont, of
. Fbiladelpliia, supremo chief engineer,
and Franklin R. Moore, also of Phila
delphia. past supreme chief.
The meeting was presided over by
A. L. Burns, chief engineer of the Har
risburg water works. Engineer Burns
is a member of the local committee,
which also Includes John A. McAllis
ter and Edward A. Schell. This com
mittee will arrange for future meet
JACK SOX TO ADDRESS
Commissioner of Labor and Industry
John Price Jackson will speak before
the Harrlsburg Newsboys' Association
at the regular weekly meeting at Sec
ond and Chestnut streets to-morrow
evening. The "newsies" have Issued a
general invitation to all carriers of the
city to attend and Join their organ
8ta»» cf nhl>. City of To!.(to, Lucas Cocnty,
Frank J. Cliener mikn oath that be 1* motor
partner of til. firm of F. J. Chancy ft Co.. do
ing bnaineae la the City of Toledo, County and
Btate aforeaald, and that eatd firm will p»7
the anm of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAItS for
each and e.ery caae of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the uae of Ball'a Catarrh Core.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Swora t" before me and subscribed Id my
preaenoe, thia Bth day of December, A. P.. ISBG.
Beal. A. W. C.T.EASON'.
Haifa Catarrh Core la taken Internally and
acta directly upon the blond and Mucotie sur
face of. the ayttem, Bend for teatimadala,
K J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
| Sold by all DmpgUta, ?sc.
i TUI HaU'a family FUU lot wuttpattofti
Try it for Goodness
us for Convenience
Through the non-observance of the City Traffic Ordinance J
by many drivers and operators of vehicles,* dangerous and an- |
noying conditions exist in many sections of our city. ;
To correct this, and to protect those who wish to observe 1
the law with safety, this Association hereby gives notice that !
it will assist in the prosecution of wilful offenders.
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