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BRETZ CREDITORS TO
MEET NEXT TUESDAY
Creditors of Harry M., Charles E.
and William R. Bretz, the throe
members of tlio firm of Bretz Broth
ers, hard ward dealers, now bankrupt,
will meet next Tuesday afternoon at
3 o'clock in the Federal court room
in this city for the examination of
the bankrupt, according to letters
sent out io-day by Referee John T.
Olmsted. It is expected by attorneys
tor some of the creditors the exami
nation will reveal the cause of the
failure of the Bretz brothers to meet
Action also will be taken on
whether permission will be given for
a private sale of a property in Park
avenue, Camp Hill, owned by Charleo
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HARRISBURO, PA, n mait hart a Mt
READY FOR NEW
Many Men of New Draft Age
Already Have Enrolled
Officials of the city and county
draft boards practically havo com
pleted arrangements for registering
i the men between 18 and 45 years
I who must register for selective mili
j tary service next Thursday. Many
men residing, in other towns and
others living in Harrisbutg who will
not be here Thursday, have already
been'registered at the boards.
The lists of registration offices and
the registrars who will be on duty,
were given out by the boards this
morning. They follow:
City Board No. 1
There will be a meeting of the
registrars in courtroom No. 2 this
evening at 8 o'clock, when they will
be issued instructions.
First ward. First precinct, 1276
South Cameron street: registrars, H.
W. Gough, William J. Evert.
First ward, Second precinct, bar
ber shop, Ninth and Hemlock streets;
registrars, Harry Dettling, Harry
First ward. Third precinct, house
No. 600 Race street: registrars, John
H. Kraber, James T. Walters.
Third ward. First precinct. Friend
ship engine house; registrars, Theo
dore K. Murray, Thomas Taylor.
Third ward. Second precinct. Cen
tral hotel; registrars, Eugene G.
Showvaker, Harry Crelier, A. H. Sny
Third ward. Third precinct, cor
ridor courthouse; registrars, Clar
ence F. Snyder, B. M. Africa.
Fourth ward. First precinct, tail
or shop, 207 Locust street; registrars,
Mercer B. Tate, Frank P. Snodgrass.
John N. Speel.
Fourth ward. Second precinct,
Hope enginehouse; registrars, A. D.
Redman, Jr., Karl O. Fox.
Fifth ward. First precinct, shop
No. 923 Capital street; registrars,
Harry Ellinger, Charles J. McCombs,
G. W. Emminger.
Fifth ward. Second precincf, Ad
ler's office. No. 1002 North Third
street; registrars, Clement B. John
son. W. L. Olley.
Fifth ward. Third precinct, Sul
livan's cigar store. Third and Cum
berland streets; registrars, T. K. Rife,
B. P. Huston.
Fifth ward. Fourth precinct, Mar
ket hotel, Verbeke and Capital
streets; registrars, John W. Filling,
Frank F. Seiss.
Sixth ward, First precinct. Mil
ler's livery stable, 305 Verbeke
street; registrars, M. F. Dwyer, A.
Sixth ward. Second precinct, print-
lng office, 1405 North Third street;
registrars, Walter M. Brownewell,
Sixth ward. Third precinct, bar
ber shop, 306 Reily street; registrars,
J. F. Shepley, A. S. Dravenstot.
City Board No. 2
Second ward. First precinct. Al
derman Caveny's office, 234 South
Second ward, Second precinct,
Paxton enginehouse. South Second.
Second ward, Third precinct, Coop
er's cigar store, 1129 Mulberry.
! Second ward. Fourth precinct, gur
| age corner Nectarine and Reese-
Second ward, Fifth precinct. Alli
son Fire Company, South Four
Second ward. Sixth precinct. Six
teenth and Brummond.
Eighth ward. Third precinct, Kam
beitz House, 124 Linden.
Eighth ward. Fourth precinct,
store room, SO2 Cowden.
Eighth ward. Fifth precinct, gar
are, rear 1522 State.
Ninth ward. First precinct, hall
Tech. High school. Walnut.
Ninth ward, Second precinct, Frod
lich ulumber store, 1121 Market.
Ninth ward. Third precinct. Lyme
plumber store, 1016 Market.
Ninth ward. Fourth precinct, Mt.
Ninth ward. Fifth precinct, G. E.
Runkle stare, 1522 Derry.
Nitjth ward. Sixth precinct, xar
Cassell cigar store, 14 44 Regina.
Ninth ward, Seventh precinct,
Weist garage, Regine.
Ninth ward. Eighth precenct. Dr.
Miller's garage. Nineteenth and Mar
Ninth ward. Ninth precinct. Eigh
teenth and Chestnut, Starry garage.
Thirteenth ward. First precinct,
store room, 1911 Derry.
Thirteenth ward. Second precinct,
land office, Derry and Berryhill.
City Board No. 3
Seventh ward. First precinct, 944
North Seventh. Registrars, William
German, 615 Boas; Dr. Stephen J.
Lewis, 609 Bees; Dr. Charles Cramp
ton, 600 Forster.
Seventh ward. Second precinct,
1102 North Seventh- Registrars.
Howard Martin. 1117 North Sixth;
H. F. Willoughby, 1101 North Sixth;
Percy C. Moore, 1220 North* Seventh;
Charles Hepford, 415 Cumberland.
Seventh ward, Third precinct.
Good Will enginehouse. Sixth and
Calder. Registrars. Dr. J. E. .Tauss,
1323 North Sixth: William Manahan.
618 Calder; H. D. Hertzler, 1407
North Sixth: Herbert Sloat, 1415
Seventh ward. Fourth precinct,
1713 Nor'h Sixth- Registrars, J. E.
Bowers. Kelker: Harry S. Swovelin,
640 Kelker; Walter Wolfensberger,
639 Harris: William H. Davidson.
60S Kelker; Charles Wolfe. 636 Kel
ker; James Thomas. 631 Kelker.
Seventh ward. Fifth precinct, 1911
North Sixth. Registrars, Joseph
Ibach, Sixth and Dauphin; Harry
Thomas. 636 Dauphin; John Zarker,
1941 North Sixth; Herman Kau'z,
Seventh ward. Sixth precinct,
1028 Herr. Registrars. Harry Shre
mer. 1009 North Seventeenth; P. E.
Beck. 1015 North Seventh; H. E.
Ehlers. 917 North Seventeenth; C.
Edward Kennedy, 1011 North Sev
enteenth; Albert L. Allen, 2220 North
Tenth ward. First precinct, 2112
North Third. Registrars, G. H. Dun
ham. 230 Maclay; Harry D. Del
motte, 2212 North Second; John
Keffer. 2236 North Fourth; Harry
W. Miller, 2210 North Third; George
Van Wagner. Emerald.
Tenth ward. Second precinct. Reg
istrars, George McCahan.2l33 North
Fourth; Clifford Rich, 561 Forrest;
Charles E. Householder, Forrest and
R. M. Pennock, 216 Seneca:
George W. McWilliams, 2150 North
Tenth ward, Third precinct, north
east corner Sixth and Emerald. Reg
istrars, A. Koenig, 2101 North Sixth;
A. H. Fraim, 2229 North Sixth:
Howard Hambright, 2251 North
Sixth; Walter Hilner, 643 Camp;
M. F. Mitchel, 2249 North Sixth.
Tenth ward, Fourth precinct.
Camp Curtin Enginehouse. Regis
trars. Albert Mehring, 2502 North
Sixth; Horace A. Segelbaum. 2401
North Front; Charles H. Burg, 2502
North Sixth; Leo A. Werner, 514
Eleventh ward, First precinct,
Reily house house. Registrars, J. N.
Hutton, 429 Muench: Charles Brady,
1828 Fulton; George Bowers. 1905
North Fourth; Baker Hess, 1845
Eleventh ward, Second precinct,
2004 North Sixth. Registrars R. H.
Eastright, 525 Peffer; Porter Ham
mond, 2252 North Third; R. M.
Leonard, 1931 North Fifth; S. H.
Lane. 440 Peffer.
Eleventh ward, Third precinct.
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1846 Green street. Registrars, J.
Edward Shoaff, 210 Kelker; Eugene
Miller, 203 Muench; Samuel Kades,
1809 North Second.
Eleventh ward. Fourth precinct,
garage Pefter near Third. Regis
trars, G. A. Geisel, 24 3 Maclay;
James McCuilough, 2041 North Sec
ond; James Thompson, 2039 North
Second; William J. Collier. 2020
North Third; D. M. Flasher. 2050
Twelfth ward. First precinct, 1537
North Third. Registrars, Charles
Swope, 1529 Green; Ralph Knigh
ton, 1549 Fulton; Russell Ritchie,
15 41 North Fourth; Ross H. Swope,
Twelfth ward, Second p/ecinet,
1613 North Third. Registrars, Geo.
Williams. 1809 Penn; Stanley C.
Smith, 1605 Green; F. Mnrion Sour
bier, 238 Harris; William E. Rowe,
1609 North Third; J. Warren For
tenbaugh, 1632 North Sixth.
Twelfth ward. Third precinct, 401
Kelker. Registrars, Edward Trcso.
1724 Penn; Herbert Harry, Second
and Hamilton; W. H. Barnes, Third
and Kelker; Lewis Nye, 1725 North
Fourteenth ward, 417-419 Baughn.
Registrars, C. A. Ellenberger, 3207
Riverside Drive; W. P. Loomis, 3102
North Second; George S. Beal. 3108
North Second; Harry C. Miller, 230
Lewis; George L. Reed, 3008 North
Second; William H. Earnest, 3101
Riverside Drive; Allen C. Lebo, 3208
Berrysburg borough, Henry Wit
mer, St. Lawrence hotel.
Elizabethville borough, John H.
Bonawitz. Washington house.
Gratz Borough, J. F. M. Schmiky,
Red Cross rooms.
Halifax. David S. Swingert, old
Halifax township C. C. Swingert,
Cornelius Koppenheffer building.
Jackson township, Charles Parmer,
Jefferson township, E-. Bordner.
Lykens, east ward, Henry Keiser,
G. A. R. hall.
Lykens, west ward F. J. Doughton,
Charles Beckler's at Main and Pine.
Lykens township, Isaac Troutman,
William Wenrick's house.
Mifflin township, John A. Harman,
Millersburg, first ward. James
Light, Kraus store at Market and
Millersburg second ward, Lee Leh
man, Chester Culp's store. Market and
Rush township, Nathan Hummel,
Firehouse No. 1.
• Uniontown. James Gottschall, Na
Upper Paxton township, W. H. Leh
man. North street and Berrysburg
Washington township M. B. Bona
witz, John Swab's house.
Wayne township, C. E. Warfel,
James Sticklers' Interline.
Wiconisco township, first precinct,
Ross Higgins. Keen's building over
the post office.
Wiconisco township, second pre
cinct. Edward A. Minnich Charles
Williamstown, east ward, Raymond
Thompson, Red Cross rooms.
Williamstown. west ward. Thomas
Dando. Electric Light office.
Williamstown township, east pre
cinct Clarence Schawlem, Robert
Williamstown, west precinct, Lane
Rubendall, at his house.
Dauphin borough. Hall of I. O.
Derry township. First precinct,
Waltonvllle: Second, William C.
Erb. Hockersville; Thrd, Haefner
house, Derry Church.
East Hanover township, public
house of Grant Hummer.
Hummelstown borough. First pre
cinct. Keystone school, East Main
street; Second, National hotel. North
Lower Paxton township, Paxtonia
Middle Paxton township. First,
Aaron Schaffner's house, on Sunbury
Pike, Henry C. Frantz, Dauphin R. D.
Second, house of Michael Sweigart,
Charles Evans. Linglestown, R. D. 2.
Paxtang borough, schoolhouse,
Montour and Swan streets.
Penbrook borough, town hall.
Susquehanna township. North, Me
hargue's store, Lucknow; South,
Pleasant View Fire Company, 2014
State; East, Progress hotel, Main
street and Circle alley; West, house
of Samuel Haldeman, 3222 North
Swatara township, First precinct,
house of Martin Seiders, New Bren
ton; Second, Citizen's Aire engine
house, Oberlin; Third, Enhaut fire
company house; Fourth, Boyd's
blacksmith shop; Fifth,. Rutherford
South Hanover township. Union
West Hanover township, house of
Samuel J. Rouch, late occupied by
Lower Swatara township, house of
Has Father Arrested
For Seditious Remark
South Bond Alleging his father
Henry Boetcher, an enemy alien,
had said he hoped the German sub
marines would sink every transport
carrying American troops overseas,
Arthur E. Boetcher called at po
lice headquarters and signed an af
fidavit for the elder Boetcher's ar
rest. The latter is in the county
jail awaiting action by United
States District Attorney Slack.
Robert C. Middaugh to
Officers Training Camp
ROBERT C. MIDDAUGH
Robert C. Middaugh, of this city,
representative of the United States
Radiator Company, has received noti
fication to report to Camp Lee, Va„
September 9, to attend the newly
opened Officers Training School there.
Mr. Middaugh applied some time ago
for admission an a the new class,
which was to have reported Septem
ber 12, has been summoned earlier In
order that they may be In the serv
ices previous to the next draft regis
tration, Mr, Middaugh was at one
time In the service of the Pennsyl
vania RaUroad. He Is a son of Mrs,
t itch K, Middaugh of Harrlshurg.
and Is a native ot the city, is
married and has one child.
Good Juggling Novelty at Ma
jestic; Comedians Are
Variety entertainment came into
its own again at the Majestic for
the last half of the week, the con
trasting offerings winning much ap
plause. During the last few weeks
at times a vaudeville musical com
edy held sway and the return to the
changing acts seemed to please last
"Back Stage"'—Billy West play?
in this movie corAedy which is fair
Johnson—This clever aerial artist
has some interesting feats which he
performs with skill and ease, some
thing which always brings applause.
Duval and Symond—ln dialogue
and song they put across £ome hu
morous twists which start the
"The Owl"—Phil Adams is starred
in this miniature musical comedy
and in reality does most of the en
tertaining, although some of the
song numbers are good. More com
edy chatter would improve the offer
Smith and Troy—lt didn't take
the crowds long last night to see
that these two boys would do some
real entertaining both in song and
fun. and as they continued their
work the applause increased.
Maestro and Co.—The juggling
and balancing work was so fascinat
ing that at the first show in the
evening only a few left before the
last curtain, an unusual record for
such an act as the close of a bill
which shows that exceptionally good
turns will keep the crowds until the
act is over.
Have Successful Fest;
Visitors Come Tonight
The first 'wo nights of the Friend
ship Fire Company festival were
highly successful, the committee on
arrangements announced this morn
ing. The attendance has exceeded
On the first night, Wednesday,
street dancing was the principal fea
ture of entertainment. More than
1,200 people attended the festival
held in Third street at the corner
of Cherry. Music was furnished by
Morgan's Orchestra. In case of rain,
the dance is to be held in the en
ginehouse. Delegations from tne
Vigiland Fire Company of York, and
Friendship of Reading, are to at
tend the festhal to-night. Ice cream,
soft drinks and candy can be pur
chased during the evening.
The committee is composed of
Theodore Fehleisen, Joseph Demma,
Harry Fleck, Emmitt Murray, War
ren Eisenhour and Joseph Black.
The festival will continue to-night
and to-morrow night.
Election Registrar Called
to Army; Goes Tomorrow
Appointed yesterday as a registrar
for the Ninth precinct of the Ninth
ward to replace an eection official
who had lesigned, Raymond S. Ca
ton was notified to-day that he had
been inducted into the Army and
will be sent to Gettysburg to-mor
row. Mr. Caton notified the county
commissioners at once and a suc
cessor will be appointed before the
next registration day, September 17.
The commissioners accepted the
resignation of M. C. White, assessor
of the Eighth ward, and appblnted
W. L. Grimes as his successor.
Only slight changes were mado in
the returns of registered voters in
the county districts according to the
lists filed by the assessors yesterday.
In practically every district there
were few removals or additions, so
that county officials expect little
change in the vote in November in
comparison with the May returns.
Registration in the city yesterday
S Majestic, Theater
I A splendid arranged vaude-
E ville program of FIVE
I ACTS for the last half of
'■ the week.
I An up -co - date Musical
1 Comedy with, Clever
I Comediarts, Singers and a
I Chorus of Pretty Girls.
Gripping Story' of Stage Life
Curried Into High Society.
Child Purchased in Slave Marta
Reward. Her Comforters.
GLADY'S BROCK WELL In
"A BIRD OF PREY"
WILLIAM S. HAItT In
"THE GUN FIGHTER"
Alao "FATTY" ARBUCKLE and
MABEL NOHMAND In
"THE BRIGHT LIGHTS"
Hon., Tun., Wed., Sept. 0-11
CATHERINE CALVERT In
"A ROMANCE OF THE
COMING Til EDA BAR A In
Admission lOu and lAc and war tax
•fo-day and to-morrow, with daily
matinees "Hearts of the World."
Wednesday, matinee and night, Sep
tember 11 "Bringing Up Father
Friday and Saturday and Saturday
matinee, September 13 and 14—Oli
ver Morosco offers "The Bird of
High Class Vaudeville.
_ J COLONIAL,
To-day Norma Talmadge in "The
Saturday Edith Storey in "The
Monday and Tuesday Alice Brady
in "The Death D^nce."
To-day and to-morrow Cecile B.
DcMille's "We Can't Have Every
To-day Gladys Brockwell in 'The
Bird of Prey."
To-morrow William S. Hart in "The
Gun Fighter." and a Keystone Com
edy. with "Fatty" Arbuckle and
Mabel Normand in "The Bright
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
Catherine Calvert, in "Romance of
Seats are selling rapidly for the
wonderful new Griffith spectacle.
"Hearts of the World,"
"Hearts of which is now running
the World" at the Orpheum and
which will close its run
with performances to-night and to
morrow, matinee and night. This ex
traordinary film was created in and
about the village of Ham. France,
under the fire of enemy guns. It was
amid such historic happening that
Mr. Griffith wove his thrilling and ap
pealing love story. A symphony or
chestra and a carload of special stage
settings lend their aid to the realistic
presentation of the spectacle. Per
formance begins promptly at 2:15 at
the matinees and 8:15 at evenings.
George McManus' creation. "Bring
ing Up Father," now in its fourth con
secutive year of
"Bringing Up phenomenal s u c -
Father at Home" cess, will appear
in an entirely new
atmosphere for its annual visit to the
Orpheum next Wednesday, matinee
and night. Patrons of this popular
series of cartoon comedies have be
come so familiar with "Jiggs and
Maggie" and their old friend. "Dlnty,"
not forgetting the inimitable "Valet,
that a genuine reception is accorded
each character as they appear. After
"Father's" di" into politics, followed
by the trip abroad, their homecoming
is, indeed, a momentous occasion.
"Maggie's" patience is sorely 'tried
by "Jiggs' " flirtatious ways with the
fair sex. indeed divorces are distinct
ly visible on the family horizon, but
next to his "beer" Jiggs loves "'Mag
gie" best, and that covers a multitude
of sins. Gus Hill has given "Bringing
Up Father at Home" an entirely new
production this season, and one that
will add greatly to the success of the
comedy. Of course, laughter is the
main ingredient. Girls and more girls
will add zest to the entertainment.
To-night is the last opportunity
I Regent Theater
MON. - TUES. - WED.
—Overwhelming the whole
PI .. , V Colossal Incidents
g Educational of the War FrQm
The Picture Broad e ß* nn i n £? to
| TO BERLIN"
A J'VMVOOIAM Afternoons 10 & 15c & War Tax
|I /\amiSSlOn Evenings 11 & 25c War Tax Paid
SEPTEMBER 6, I^l*.
patrons of the Colonial Theater will
have to see "The Safety
At the Curtain." in which brilliant
Colonial Norma Talmadge is starred.
Many favorable comments
were heard concerning the picture,
and few. if any, left the theater dis
appointed. The story is one that
holds the interest of the audience
throughout, while the work of Miss
Talmadge is fine. Both in the comedy
moments and the more serious mo
ments she is superb. Charming and
talented. Norma Talmadge has -won a
place in the hearts of the screen
fans. A strong cast has been selected
to support the star in this production.
Saturday only, Edith Storey will be
seen in "The Demon," a thrilling
story of love and sacrifice.
No matter what they have, some
people always want something more.
_ Kedzie wanted
Cecil B. DeMille's to be a motion
Big Production at picture star;
the Itcgcnt Theater Mrs. Cheever
wanted a di
vorce; Jack Dykman, who married
Kedzie, wanted to marry Mrs. Cheever.
They all got'what they wanted, but
how they got it—ah, that's what makes
Cecil B. DeMille's latest production
such a remarkable comedy-drama.
And the ultimate outcome can be rea
lized by seeing this picture to-day
or to-morrow at the Regent Theater.
It was shown yesterday and every
body laughed and laughed who saw it.
It is one of those big gloom dispellers.
Next week, two big pictures will be
shown at the Regent, "Crashing
Through Berlin," and William S.
Hurt in "Riddle Gawne."
When a man who is infatuated
with Adele Durant fearing disgrace.
kills himself in
| "The Bird of Prey" her presence, his
at the Victoriu friend, Robert
ens to denounce her as a murderess
unless she submits to his wishes.
Bradley takes her to a lwely part of
Mexico and leaves her at a disreput
able dance hall, where she becomes
one of the leaders of a band of bri
gands, who plot to kill the American
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW
Cecil B. DeMills
"We Can't Have Everything"
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
"Crashing Through to Berlin"
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY (Next Week)
WILLIAM S. HART in "RIDDLE GAWNE"
owner of a Mexican mine. Develop
ments follow in rapid succession. Thii
remarkable picture will be shown to
day only at the Victoria Theater.
LAST 2 DAYS
TWICE I;}* DAILY
A Love Story of the
D. W. GRIFFITH'S
fl g I ggW < 1 r J
Made Under Fire On the
Battlefields of France
Symphony Orchestra of
Carload of Stage Effects
NIGHTS—2Sc. 50c, 75c. sl, $1.50
MATINEES—2Sc, 50c, 75c, SI.OO