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AUTOMOBILE LAW WILL BE ENFORCED Highway Commissioner Cun ningham Gives Warning of What He Will Do State Highway Commissioner Cun ningham is receiving hearty co operation in his efforts to enforce the provisions of the automobile law in many cities and counties. The police authorities of many of the cities in the State have signified their intention of aiding the department in breaking up Unlawful practices. Charles S. Hub bard, director of public safety of Pitts burgh, to-day notified the State High way Department that he had issued orders to the Pittsburgh police to ar rest all violators of the automobile law. "The sooner that automobile owners and operators realize that the depart ment is determined to enforce the law rigorously the better it will be for all concerned," said State Highway Com missioner Cunningham to-day in dis cussing Director Hubbard's notifica tion. "While the State Highway De partment Is not going to persecute any owner or anyone running an automo required by the law. We Intend to be \lslons of this act must be obeyed. Cases of persons operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated where the facts are proven and where the pun ishment is inflicted by a court of rec ord are being handled by the revo cation of licenses after a hearing as required by the law. We Intend to be equally severe with cases of reckless driving and with autolsts who persist ently operate with one tag. or without any tags, after having been warned that Uiey are violating the law. "It may seem to some that we are unduly severe, but I am convinced that the only way to compel the enforce ment of the law is to make an example of those who persist in violating it. "We feel that we are malting the roads safe for everyone when wo with hold the privilege of using them from the man who has demonstrated that he does not have the proper regard for the safety and rights of others." The State Highway Commissioner also took occasion to emphasize the neces sity of applying early for automobile licenses for 1916. "Many owners of automobiles who have been putting off applying for licenses for next year will find themselves in difficulties if they leave it too long," said the commis sioner. "The automobile division of the State Highway Department is en deavoring to forestall the usual rush of applications at the end of each year and hopes to be able to issue nearly all of the licenses before December 31, but unless applications are made early it will he Impossible to get the new license plates and registration cards to Iheir owners before January 1, and those who attempt to operate their cars after the first of the year with 1915 tags render themselves liable to arrest on sight either by city police men or by the State police. A word to the wise I deem sufficient." n'RMTIIHK MR\ ORCIDK CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HOI RS Members of the Harrisburg Furniture Dealers' Association at a meeting last tiight in the State Capital Hotel, decid ed to remain open in the evening only during the last five days before Christ mas. President Frank R. Downev was loastmaster at an informal dinner. Trade conditions were discussed and it wan decided that all requests for « ontributlons made to member l ? will be referred to the association. Drink Coffee in Safety Take a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet After Meals and Eat and Drink Anything You Feel Like. Send for FRKE Trial Package Just because coffee seems to aggra vate your stomach troubles is no rea son for giving it up without a strug gle. Not until you have tried using Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will you be justified in denying yourself the good things of life. "Xl* on Cutting Out Coffee! I Drink 411 I Wnnt and Just Tnke Stuart's UyapflHili Tablet* After." Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets when placed at work in the weak stomach ar\d small intestines, supply what these organs need. They stimulate the gas tric glands and gradually bring the digestive organs back to their normal condition. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are at once a safe and powerful remedy. They will digest your food for you when your stomach alone can't. Get a 50c box from your druggist to-day or mail the helow coupon now. FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co.. 20ft Stuart Build ing, Marnhall, Mlrh.. send mo nt once a free trial package of Stuart's Dys pepsia Tablets. Name Street City State PARALYSIS^EE# DR. CHASE'S Special Blood and Nerve Tablets \Vrlte for Proof and Booklet Pr.a-Mi4N.mim. FWIMtlpMa. Piloc 80-SAN-KO-8 PILE REMEDY TWPr.lln—lmCa. Phftadclphto. Pa. STOP COUGHING ! ! ! pEPTONOI | MADE IN A HEALTH RESORT. AT DRUG STORES--Sl.ootvrBOTTLE THE PEPTONOL CO. ATLANTIC CITY IM .O. E. Z. GROSS, 110 Market St., Uarrlflburg, Fa. WEDNESDAY FA'ENING, An Important Sale of Women's and Misses' BlackVelour Hats— s3.9s and $4.95 Values Choice of Any 1 In the Lot at -l.*o V/ The reason for this unusual value lies in the fact that a manufacturer was willing to give our stores a great price concession if we took the entire lot off his hands and pay him cash. Tt was a rare opportunity for us, so we readily met his terms and ordered the hats rushed to us so we could have them on sale Thursday. The delivery was promptly made and our share of this important purchase goes on sale to-morrow. There Are Four Styles of Black Velour Ready-to-Wear Hats; All Have Soft Brims to Be Worn Rolled or Turn Down High Oval Crown Medium Crown Bell Effect High Flat Crown Jaunty Telescope Effect These are this maker's regular $3.95 and $4.95 grades offered to you at the wonderfullv attractive price of $1.50 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart—Second Floor, Front. Men's and Women's Warm Jerseys and Jersey Coats An elastic knit garment indispensable to those who travel in cold weather. These warm jackets have all the advantages of a sweater without the bulk. Price $3.50 $3.00 worsted Jersey coats for men and women; navy only. Special §2.50 High School and Technical striped worsted jer seys SI.»S Boys' plaid and striped jerseys... 81.00 and 51.50 MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS AM) PAJAMAS Flannelette night shirts, heavy fleeced and full size Extra long flannelette night shirts; sizes to 20, SI Boys' flannelette night shirts, sizes 4 to 15...50 c CELEBRATED GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY "*• iiriMr v "-' 'A ~ ft A >!p ' MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM SMITH FAMILY PARTY AT GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. "William Smith Celebrate Fiftieth Anniver sary of Their Marriage The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, of 2007 Derry street, was happily celebrated Monday evening at the home of their daughter, Mrs. James Hinkle, 2040 Swatara street, with a family gather ing. Decorations of gold and white made the rooms attractive and after chat and music refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Smith received a large I gold piece from their children, as well as many other gifts. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. William Smith. Mrs. Sarah Dubbs, of Carlisle; Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and sons. Jay and Alton Smith; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Smith and Miss Hilda Smith, of Knola; Mr. and Mrs. James lllnkle. Miss Anna Hinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith, Richard Smith and Millard Smith. CARDS AT OLD ORCHARD Mrs. Charls G. Gilmer, of Old Or chard, was hostess for the card club of which she is a member last evening. The guests played five hundred, fol lowed by refreshments. In attendance were Miss Margaret Sullivan, Mrs. John P. Gohl, Mrs. Andy Taylor, Mrs. George Sourbier, Mrs. William Russ, Mrs. M. J. Mulcahy, Mrs. William Russ. Mrs. Adolph Russ, Mrs. W. J. Rodenhaver and Mrs. Harry Greena walt. SAUERKRAUT DINNER There will be a sauerkraut dinner served at the Armory, Second and Forster streets, Thursday, November 11. from 11 to 1 o'clock, under the direction of the ladies of the Fourth Street Church of Christ. Candy and pie will be extra. (Other Personals Page 4.) i Men's heavy flannelette pajamas, 2 pieces SI.OO and $1.50 Men's one-piece flannelette pajamas, $1 and $1.50 Men's percale and satin stripe madras pajamas SI.OO, $1.19 and $1.50 Boys' sleeping garments, one-piece, sizes 4 to 10, flannelette cloth 50c and "5c Hoys' two-piece flannelette pajamas, sizes 4 to 16 75c and SI.OO Pomeroy A Stewart—Men's Store, Street Fl. MISS SMUC'KER IS HOSTESS FOR A HIGII SCll'wi ' t A bimonthly meeting of the v.. ... ~ Club of the Central high school wat> held at the home of Miss Lucille Smucker, 1311 Vernon street, last evening with the following people in attendance: Miss Sarah Morgan, Miss Miriam PQSLAM QUICK IN SOOTHING ITCHING SO Poslam allays quickly the terrible itching which attend skin affections and Its healing process continues witti groat rapidity as the cause of the an noyance is persistently attacked. Skin affected with Eczema. Acne, I Psoriasis, Barbers' Itch and similar af j fections is quickly improved by Poslam. Poslam assures skin comfort in calm ing and soothing aggravated. Itching surfaces. Splendid for clearing In flames spots, the complexion and red noses .oftentimes over night). ' , As to the soap you use on your skin, if these Irritate, try Poslam Soap, medi cated with Poslam, and superior for dully use, Toilet and Bath. For samples, send 4c stamps to Emergency laboratories, 32 West 25th St., New York City. Sold by all Drug gists.—Advertisement. AMUSEMENTS DrrrKiT To-day and to-morrow Jesse L I.asky and Bclusco present Blanebe Sweet in a duel role In "THE CASE OK BECKY." Paramount. Add Blanche Sweet's portrait to your collection. Glvn away free. Friday and Saturday, Pauline Frederick In "ZASEA." Paramount. Professor Wallace, the blind or ganist. plays from 2 'till 4.30 and from 7 'till 11 p. m., and Miss Mer chant from 10.30 "till 2 and from 4.30 'till 7 p. m. AdmUnlnu—Adultn 10c, Children Be. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Goho. Miss Hannah Burns, Miss Mary Kinzer, Miss Gertrude Edwards, Miss Mary Hutman, Miss Saran Hoffman, Miss Florence Rinkenbacli, Misss Ger trude Wilson. Miss Hilda Rexroth, Miss Mary Garland, Miss Dorothy Smith, Miss Mary McCreath, Miss Catherine Kelker, Miss Miriam Landis. Miss Helen Gerdes, Miss Mary Witmer, Miss Katherine Peters, Miss Marie Dough erty, Miss Helen Wallace, Miss Lucille Smucker, William Hilton and John Molt!!. HOME FROM STATE COLLEGE Miss Mary Stark, Miss Ruth Rex roth, Miss Esther Hutman, Miss Helen Gerdes. Miss Elinor Copelin, Miss Dorothy Chubbuck, Miss Margaret Caveny, Miss Miriam Keizer and Miss Rebecca Weakley have returned to their homes here after attending a fraternity house party at State College. VISITS IN' MARYLAND Mrs. Ciedith Goodyear, 2446 Jef ferson street, left Saturday for Balti more, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Annie Barnes of that place. She will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logue at Westminster, Md. 40 CENTS PER "CUSS" Forty cents per "cuss" is what Al derman George D. Herbert. Twelfth Ward, fined James B. Deshong last evening for swearing at Charles E. AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT and tilt* balance of the week "A MILE A MINUTE" Showing a thrilling race between an automobile and an express train Four Other Big Acts THURSDAY*, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BIG DOUBLE HEADLINE BILL Minerva Courtney & Co. IN A Screaming Comedy "Nowhere in Particular" and a big shove, including "A Mile a Minute'' Mat., 2:30—10 c, 15e. Eve., 7:30 to 10:30—10 c, 15c. 25c q (2&^crc\>jcS v CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG —IN— "THE HEART OP THE BLUE RIDGE." A Mtronjrlj dramatic offering, placed In the mountain dlatrtct, la wfcleh CLAKA KIMBALL YOU NG baa a part full of dlveralty of emotion and powerful actlnpc opportonltlea. AN AUTOGRAPH PORTRAIT OP MISS YOUNG WIM, BE GIVEN A WAV TO-DAY. f Friday and Saturday ————— "THE RAVEN" I HEAL MUSIC BY A REAL peZr Hsur- HAH.. I Be—loc L Women's and Misses' Suits in a Most Varied Assemblage of Modes I Attractive Values Are Featured This wonderful collection of stylish suits is priced to represent savings of an ap pealing character. The variety of models will meet the requirements of any taste, and the smart designing, perfect tailoring and other hall marks of feminine apparel of quality will carry conviction as to the worthiness of the values. $18.60 suits of gabardine, in navy, black and brown, platted back and inlaid velvet I>l C |"|f| collar. Specially priced at wlOiww $18.50 poplin suits, in black and navy; belted models; plain tailored collar. tfjl CA Specially priced wXO.OU $20.00 suits of gabardtne and broadcloth, In brown, navy and green, plain tailored model, finished with self covered buttons. 1 Q Cr| Specially priced «D 1 O.vJU $lB .50 gabardine suits, in blac*, brown and navy, plain tailored models; bone button df 1 C flft trimming. Specially priced wiU»UU $20.00 suits in whipcord, navy and black; plain tailored models and finished with silk braid bind ing with velvet collar. $152 Kfl Specially priced O IO«OU Weekly Clearance of Dress Goods Remnants To-morrow More than 200 remnants have accumulated since last Thursday's sale and to-morrow's budget offers the best styles of the season in colored and black weaves at decided savings. 4 yards navy granite cloth; value $6.00. Thursday only, piece $3.05 5 yards brown granite cloth; value $5.00. Thurs day only, piece $3.45 4 yards navy serge; value $5.00. Thursday only, piece $3.69 5 yards shepherd check; value $3.75. Thursday only, piece $2.15 3 yards green coating; value $9.00. Thursday only, piece $1.85 S yards Komfy Kloth; value $6.00. Thursday only, piece sl.-49 6 yards black brocade suiting; value $6.00. Thurs day only, piece $2.30 5 yards black granite cloth; value $5.00. Thursday only, piece $3.19 6>« yards black Panama; value $3.13. Thursday only, piece $2.30 3 yards black Santoy; value $4.38. Thursday only, piece $3.69 4 yards black wool crepe; value $5.00. Thursday only, piece $3.95 4 yards black serge; value $3.40. Thursday only, piece $2.69 Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart —Street Floor. Landls on election day. Deshong's bill amounted to $2.50, and those who dldn t hear the interchange of compliments between Landis and Deshong figured it out that the latter evidently started but didn't finish at least one swear word. Six times forty cents would total onlv $2.40, it is contended. "Judge" Herbert gave himself over to considerable cogitation before Imposing the fine, as the suit was brought under an old act, one dating back to 1794. Deshong will enter an appeal. APPEAL FOR WARM CLOTHING Another appeal has been issued by the Civic Club for clothing to be sent next week to the camp at Mont Alto. The boxes will be packed and shipped to that place early in the week, and all contributions should be sent as soon as possible to Mrs. William E. Bailey, Front and South streets. HORLICK'S The Original MALTED MILK Unlearn you say " HORUOK'S" you may got a SubatHuio. AMUSEMENTS ifcHESTNUT STREET AUDITORIUM HARHISBURG Thursday Evening, Nov. 11 The New York Symphony Orrhen trn of seventy-live pieces. WALTER DAMROSCH, Conductor With MISCHA ELMAN | The World's Greatest Violinist. Popular Prices—sl.oo, SI.BO, $2.00 and $2.50. Special For Music Student* and Others 4OO Seats at SI.OO. Sale now open at Sigler's Music Store, 30 North Second street. Mail I and telephone orders will receive at- I tentlon. Make checks payable to 1 C. M. Slgler. NOVEMBER 10, 101?. | $22.50 suits, in serge and gabardine, black, navy and African brown. Coat trimmed with small but tons and plain tailored velvet collar. Ann Specially priced WfcUiuU $25.00 suits, of diagonal serge in black and navy; coat trimmed with piping of velvet, velvet collar and button trimmed. S9Q Efl Specially priced w&biUU $25.00 suits, in gabardine, brown and navy; plain tailored styles, velvet collar and patch #<jn pockets. Specially priced $25.00 suits of whipcord in black and navy; plain tailored coat and ilnlshed with bone <£*>9 Cfl button trimming. Specially priced .... $25.00 suits, in gabardine, navy, black *OO PA and brown. Specially priced .. Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart—Second Floor, Rear. BlacK Dress Goods 4% yards black voile: value $3.56. Thursday only. Piece 91.19 4 yards black serge; value $4.00. Thursday onlv piece 93 39 ?V4 yards black Santoy; value $4.68. Thursdav only, piece jjj 2'/s yards black broadcloth; value $3.75* Thurs day only, piece 92.15 4% yards black silk poplin; value $6.09. Thurs day only, piece 9131 554 yards black serge; value $6.88.' Thursday onlv Piece ts 4ti PASTOR AGAINST PROHIBITION Infringement of Personal Rights, He Tells Colleagues Special to The Telegraph Pittsburgh, Nov. 10. Declaring that prohibition of the liquor traffic is Im practicable and that such action de prives citizens of their constitutional rights, the Rev. John S. Young, pastor of the West End Presbyterian Church, startled his fellow ministers at the weekly meeting yesterday of Presby terian clergymen. "I have said, and now say," went on the Rev. Mr. Young, "that 1 am not an advocate of prohibition. The saloon to-day Is the destruction of our Ameri can citizenship, but prohibition, which is directly against the Constitution of the United States, will never cure the evil. "Men must be educated to leave liquor alone. No other way will be found, in my oslnion, to correct the AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS mwtwwwwwmwwtMvwvwiwMwwwiwwwtHwwwv Stop! Look! Listen "The Melting Pot" One of Zangwill's greatest works will be shown at the Royal and National Theaters Tonight Never yet has there been shown a picture with such strong dramatic acting and such interesting scenery. It will appeal to both young and old. "The Melting Pot" has been shown in all the largest theaters in the United States for a high admission, and has made a great hit everywhere. Do not fail to see it. It will be a positive treat. Will be shown at the Royal and National theaters for the admission of 10c. Children under twelve, sc. To-night ORPHEUM S"£s David Bispham A S"" BEETHOVEN IN THE MUSICAL DHAMA, "ADELAIDE" PRECEDED BY A MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT, "THE HEHE ARSAI..** SEATS—26e TO 91.50. To-morrow —Mat. and Nldht Friday and Saturday Norrmbrr lit-1.1 HARRY HASTING'S SEATS TO-DAY OLIYEH MOROSCO PRESENTS T* _ J A New Romantic Farce. Entitled Tango Queens Sadie Love WITH By AVERY HOPWOOD TOM COYNE and LfcNA DAII.EY MARJORIE RAMBEAU A WHIHLV, GIRLY SHOW PEDRO DE COROOBA AND A TYPICAL MOHOSCO CAST PRICES Mat., 'tic, JWc, 50ci SEATS 2sc to (I.RO. M K hta. Night. 18c to 75c. Sat. Mat., 25c to 91.00. 5 yards Copen broadcloth; value $5.00. Thursday only, piece $ 2-7 (, CVi yards Copen brocade; value $6.25. Thursday only, piece 81.95 6 yards brown wool taffeta; value $6.00. Thurs day only, piece 93.95 2% yards mixed suiting; value $2.50. Thursday only, piece 6 yards navy serge; value $3.00. Thursday onlv, piece $1 89 3 ya.cls silk poplin; value $3.76. Thursday only, P» ece 91.88 evil. And unless our Constitution i» changed I see no other way to avoid rigifts a man of his constitutional A New, Harmless Way to Banish Hairy Growths (Beauty Topics) By following this suggestion any woman can, in the privacy of her own home, remove every trace of hair or fuzz from her face; With powdered delatone and water mix enough paste to cover the not wanted hairs; apply and In 2 or 3 minutes rub off and wash the skin. This method is unfailing, harmless and quick in results, but care should be employed to get the genuino delatone.