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TEMPERANCE LKCTVKK
Oliver W. Stewart, vice-president
of the Flying Squadron, will speak on
temperance subjects to-morrow eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock In the First Bap
tist church.
VMCSKMKNTS
To-day only J. WARRBJf KER
favorite of a million thea
tergoer* In "THE GAY I.ORD WAR
ING," and Hray Cartoon*.
Monday and Tnrnday, 111 STIX
FARM'M. In "BEX 81.A1R," Para
mount, and
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BRYANT WASHBURN
[ Monday:
"The Bllndne** of I .ore"
TRIUMPHANT RETURN
ORPHEUM—3 Nights
BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY Bth
Matinees Daily at 2 P. M.
Last Engagement of the
WORLD'S MIGHTIEST SPECTACLE
830 Times in The Most
500 Times in £ Dramatic
400 Times in
20 Million People Have Seen It Without an Adverse I
Criticism—Same Superb Production and Same Skilled |
Orchestra of 20.
SEATS NOW SELLING FOR EACH PERFORMANCE I
Lower Floor—First six rows, $1.00: next two rows, $2.00; g
next seven rows, $1.50; last three rows, SI.OO. Balcony—soc, I
75c, SI.OO. Gallery—2sc and 50c. Matinees—Lower Floor, 75c I
and SI.OO. Balcony, 75c and 50c. Gallery, 25c.
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► Big? Spring Festival:
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AND NIGHTS O ;
FREE a ™ a l c o ™ ns FREEi
; MILITARY BANDS :
: SIBLEY'S SUPERB SHOWS j
; CORNER THIRD AND REILY STREETS <
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! T May Bth to 13th:
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Bringing Up Father® $ <Q> ® $
MY-MY - OLD TOP' COME TO CLUB WFi » -I'l I/n
"YOU'VE HAD aUITE ' 7-~ A^ D HAVE A f-- Bg-y » DOM'T H0 THANk^ " I _ IJ-L P H °HE YOUR [ SHE'S UNDER I
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SATURDAY EVENING.
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THEATRICAL DIRECTORY
ORPHEI'M R-eclal return engage
ment for three days, commencing May
8. with daily matinee, "The Birth or a
Nation." Friday afternoon and
evening. May 12. Harrlsburg
Choral Society, and Philadelphia Or-
MA.IESTIC Vaudeville and Moving
Pictures.
Motion Picture House*
COLONIAL —"The Aryan."
REGENT—"The Gay Lord Waring.
VICTORIA—"The Havoc.
PI.AYS AMI PLAYERS
Without any apparent r^a?? 11 ; the
wait between the second and third acta
of Mrs. Fiske's play "Erstwhile Susan,
at the Gaiety Theater. Tuesday evening
stretched out several times its usual
length. . , . _
The members of the cast had been on
the stage for some minutes with their
faces set for a solemn scene. Finally
they walked off In disgrust. .
The stage crew were all in their
plnces, including the man whose duty it
was to raise the curtain. But stage
whispers failed to elicit any response
from his station high up in the flies.
So the manager of the house sent some
one to investigate.
After he was awakened, the stage
hand was assisted In raising the cur
tain. Then he was told he could sleep
hereafter in some other place.
And In accordance with the eternal
fitness of things, the stage crew was
AMISKMKNTS
I presented with a "Big Ben" alarm
clock.
Views of Charleston. S. C., are shown
In Gaumont's "See America First" se
ries. released April 26. The following
I week there will be pictures of ¥ose
| mite .««tional Park.
j Motion picture fans will soon have
i Jhe chance to see another Charlie Chap
lin. This time it's "Police." Charlie
doesn't contend that it Is better than
"Carmen." hut, lie says "it's stll great."
He pronounces it a comedy classic.
LOCAL THEATERS
A great deal of film comedv Is horse
; play, but David W. Griffith In "The
Birth of a Nation,"
"The Birth which comes to the Or
al a Nation." pheum for three days
beginning Monday with
| dally matinees, proves that quiet re
fined comedy is a big laugh maker and
please people better than the old-style
; crude methods.
One of the, best laughs in "The Birth
j of a Nation" is the lovesick sentry in
| the Hospital scene gazing at Elsie
i Stoneman. This particular bit is of
the "sure tire" order, for never does an
I audience miss the rapt devotion of the
! sentinel and the haughty expression of
the young lady rebuking him with a
milllon-mlles-away look.
Paul I.eßlanc is the name of the
i youn~ actor who has made the unex
j pected hit in the part. He is a New
I Orleans Creole by birth and played
comedy roles with Mme Bernhardt be
fore going out to Los Angeles where
| Mr. Griffith discovered him.
Miss Lillian Gish wears her costumes
| of Civil War and Reconstruction times
that are heirlooms in her family.
The following is the program for the
Schumann-Helnk concert at the Chest
nut Street Auditorium on Tuesday even
ing. May 9:
1 •• My Heart Ever Faithful," J. S.
Bach; "Ich Llebe Dich," Beethoven;
Aria, "Ah Mon Fils" from the Opera
L.e Prophete," Meyerbeer.
2i— "Du Blat Die Rhu." Ft. Schubert;
; "Die Forelle," Fr. Schubert; "Dcr Erl
, kotiig," Fr. Schubert; "Traum Durch
Die Dammerung." Rich. Strauss; "Heim
j weh.," nugo \Volf; "Mutter an der
| Wieg." Carl Lowe: "Spinnerliedchen,"
H. Reimann Collection. 17th Cent.
3 "Dawn In the Desert." Gertrude
I Ross; "Cry of Rachel." (requested) M.
| T. Salter; "Down In the Forest."
. don Ronald: "The Rosary." Kthelbert
Xevln; "Good Morning, Sue." l„eo De
j libes; "A Child's Prayer," J. Harold.
At the Regent to-day "The Gav Lord
Waring." is being shown. J. Warren
Kerrigan, favorite of a
IJ. Warren million "movie fans,"
Kerrigan plays the leading role,
at the Regent. Cut off without so
much as the proverbial
i shilling, because of the avarice of his
unnatural brother, an English lord is
left with little beside his title. The
brother would have preferred that the
title pass to him by the death of his
j lordship rather than to get the money
1 back. Making another bet with a
i money lender the profligate started to
spend the money and the rest of his
life In riotous conduct. But a beautiful
RUPTURE
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METROPOLITAN HOTEL
HAftRISnURG, TIEBDAY, MAY ®TH,
8.00 A. M. TO 3.80 P. M.
M. H. BROWN
If you cannot call, write for illus
trated book. Health Appliance Co., 45
W. 34th St.. New York City.
AMUSEMENTS
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WIL.ro &VINCEM" VAUDEVILLE |
IHATS.iSOIO>IS<: EVT .7:30T010:3(M0.15.t?5<l
Don't inlna thin lant chance to nee
The Court
Room Girls
(Shon Atari* at 6.30 to-night.)
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VAN AM) Si IIKNK
The Pennant-Winning; Hatter? of
SonKlnnd.
To-day
WILLIAM S. HART
—ln
"THE ARYAN"
A powerful western love romance,
"His Bread and Butter"
A funny two-reel lie* atone comedy
wltli an all-ntar cant.
Monday and Tncnday
MI,MAN GISH
—In—
"SOLD FOR MARRIAGK M
HARRISBURG telegraph
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girl halted the spendthrift and the rest !
of the story will he told in "The Gay
Lord Warinjr."
Monday and Tuesday Dustin Far- j
num in the Pallas picture "Ben Blair," j
.from the well-known book "Ben Blair," |
written by the late Will Lilllbridge. |
Winifred Kingston plays the principal i
feminine role. The part of Florence 1
Wlnthrop, who after a girlhood in the
West deserts it for the gaities in the j
1 East.
In /'The Havoc" there is a story !
.founded upon the "eternal triangle"—
the wife, the husband and the I
At the "other man." The "other
, y iotorla man." who is a friend of the
To-day. husband and a boarder In his
home, is forced to marry the I
1 erring wife, after she has secured a
divorce from her husband, with the un- J
' ( \ er ®} that the former husband
shall be a boarder in their home and be
considered a friend. The succeeding !
years reveal to the wife her mistake ,
and her loss; for the man whom she |
preferred grew to suspect the husband
whom he had wronged, and in a fine
scene the latter denounces them both. j
After to-night's performances. "The
, Courtroom Girls," will leave the Ma
jestic. After you see 1
"The Courtroom this act, you will
Girls" at think it more of u
tiie Majestic. pleasure than other
wise to be compelled
before such a charming
"judge" and "jury," said "jury" consist
ing of a group of very pretty girls,
dressed in the height of fashion, it is
indeed a privilege to witness such a
pleasing comedy act as "The Court
j room Girls.
An unusual theme is developed with I
rare power in "The Aryan," William S.
Hart's new Triangle
Love*« Test Kay Bee drama, show- I
In >er%- ing for the last times
Hart Drama. to-day to-day at the
Colonial Theater. It is
the power of fearlessness and faith to
overcome evil. The play is unusual for
other things besides the theme. For
instance, it has very little romantic
love Interest. On the same bill is an
other one of those Keystone comedies
called "His Bread and Butter," pre
sented by a strong Keystone cast. I
Monday and Tuesday. Lillian Gish, the
favorite star of the Griffith studios will
be at the Colonial in a new Fine Arts
production that bids fair to rival any
photoplay in which she has ever ap
peared. called "Sold For Marriage." A
romantic love story written around
Marfa. a Jewish girl, whose father de- I
cides to sell her to the highest bidder, i
in a small Russian settlement near Los 1 1
Angeles.
STORM POST OFFICE
FOR FIRST HOME MAIL
[Continued Front First Pago]
to Trooper Charles F. Hershey and in
structed the latter to "Go out and tie
up the skirmish line." Hershey didn't
I know where to fintl the skirmish line
and appealed to lieutenant Nieode
mus. The lieutenant told Hershey to
go to the third floor. "The Eighteenth
I has the skirmish line," he said.
Honeymoon Cut Short
Trooper Hershey followed instruc
tions but when an eighteenth sentry
challenged the trooper and laughed
aloud when told that. Hershey wanted
i to tie up the skirmish line, a group
of the Governor's troop saw Hershey
, sneak into his quarters very quietly."
Sergeant Benjamin M. Africa, mar
ried last Saturday to Miss Margaret
| Drake, of I larrisburg, had his honey
moon rudely interrupted by a sum
mons to .ioin his troop. The honey
moon was cut short and Africa re
| ported for duty.
Strikers' Committee Rejects
Proposition of W estinghouse
President; No Disorders
li.v Associated Press
Pittsburgh, Pa.. May 6. The
Westinghouse Electric and Manufac
turing Company strikers' committee
* to-day rejected the proposition of E.
M. Herr. president of the company,
that the committee of ten from tlie
older employes be selected to confer
with him on the questions at issue. A
1 counter proposition that five mem-
I bers of the original strike committees
! confer with him was sent to Mr. Herr.
ST. I/H IS TRADESMEN OCT
. By Associated Press
St. lyouis, Mo., May 6. Seven
thousand union men, members of six
l teen unions in the building trades,
were called on strike here to-day.
SIMi WEAVERS STRIKE
Allentown, Pa., May 6. Several
| hundred silk weavers of the D. G.
• Dery. and Post and Sheldon, and the
Dougherty and Wadsworth mills in
this city and the Feldhege mills, Wal
j nutport. are on strike and unless
| their demands of a cent a yard in
| crease and a nine-hour day are met
j by Monday, their ranks will be great
;ly increased. Several thousand per
sons are employed in silk mills in this
1 vicinity."
PLAN FIGHT FOR
BETTER HIGHWAY
I [Continued From First Page]
The local organization this morning
j appointed as a legal committee Assist
ant District Attorney Frank B. Wick-
I ersham, John H. Sliopp and John Fox
j W eiss to represent the Motor Club of
I Harrisburg. The committee will in all
! likelihood select one of their number
1 to meet with the attorney for the Pal
-1 myra Motor Club prior to asking an
injunction against the turnpike com
! pany to prevent a collection of tolls,
i President Frank B. Bosch and Sec
retary J. Clyde Myton, of the local
l club, and D. U. Eandis, a member of
j the board of directors of the Palmyra
i club, are active in the attempt that
j will Me made to better road conditions.
Both organizations are determined to
push the thing through to the limit.
The first step will probably be the ap
pointment of viewers all along the
I line.
f T f <f v <f u U' here not alone because prlrea are loner, but became qualities are
New Panama and Sport Hats Will Be;
Prominent In Our \
Monday Sale of UntrimmedHatsi
Every Hat In the Sale Is This Season's Newest Shape—
All Strictly Fresh Merchandise ;< i
$1.50 Actual Values $1.50 Actual Values 88c Actual Values '<
Milan Hemp, and Lisere Panama Hats, newest shapes. Lot of Trimmed Outing and <
Shapes, in black and all colors. c .. tr .. *# j '4
Monday *7*% Monday S P° rt Hats " Monda y ARr '
price . /y C prlce 00t price, choice
$2 to $3.50 Actual Values $3.50 Actual Values TRIMMINGS <
Milan Hemp, Lisere, etc., • New Panama Hats, newest of all kinds, staples and novel- <
black and colors. 1 A shapes. Monday d» 1 AQ ties. Monday prices <
Monday price .. *P 1•1 %J price vl •TrO 19f, ?><• and 500. <
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(( 2 sm) lc to 25c Department Store<
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215 Market St. Opp. Courthouse <
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EIGHTH LEADER IS
SHOT TO DEATH
[Continued From first Page]
Boers finally surrendered lie made his
escape and took refuse in Paris, where
he later married Xlis3 Maude Gonne,
known in home rule circles in Ireland
as the Irish Joan d'Arc. In 1905 Major
and Mrs. Moßride delivered a series
of lectures in the United States on
Irish politics. On their return to Paris
Mrs. Mcßride sued for divorce and was
granted a legal separation. Mcßride
maintained his interest in Irish political
affairs and was always identified with
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I the extreme, or Separatist, faction of
: the Nationalist party.
American Imprisoned For
Implication in Rebellion
Will Be Given Freedom
By Associated Press
Dublin, May 6, via London. —James I
M. Sullivan, former American minister I
to the Dominican republic, who has !
: been Imprisoned in Dublin castle for i
several (lays 011 the charge of having
i been Implicated in the Irish rebellion,
I probably will be released to-day, It is
j said by officials.
Edward L. Adams, American consul
in Dublin, has been active in behalf of
Mr. Sullivan. He has made several
trips to the castle and held a number
of conferences with high officials. The
present favorable attitude of thesa
j officials, apparently, is due to the ef
forts of Mr. Adams.
Irish Leader Weds an
Hour Before Being Shot
Dublin. May 6.—Joseph Plunketl,
I one of the leaders in the rebellion,
was married an hour before he was
put to death to Miss Giffard, sister of
Mrs. Thomas MacDonaprh, widow of
one of the first rebels who was put to
death after court-martial.
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