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AN AX MUST BE
USED TO CUT WAR
EXPENDITURES
House Committee Plans to
Force Retrenchments by
Recalling Appropriations
Washington, Nov. 2*5. —Use the ax
not tho pruning knife.
That is the almost unanimous an
swer of Congress to the lack of a
policy on the part of the administra
tion for cutting down quickly and ef
fectively tho" swollen war expendi
tures.
Thoroughly dissatisfied with the
course followed thus far, the first
move was made to-day in Congress
to take the matter of quick and thor
ough retrenchment out of the hands
of the executive departments and put
It into the hands of Congress.
When told to-day of the demand
front Congress and elsewhere for the
wholesale use of the ax on expendi-,
tures. Secretary of War Baker said
to the correspondent: "1 can only say
this—the ax is fulling very generally
now. It may not he hitting every
head, hut it is hitting a great many."
Those mem Iters of the llousc Ap
propriations committee who are here
will be called together this week to
begin an immediate survey of appro
priations with the idea of repealing
as much of them as possible and e
storing these sums to the Treasury.
Chairman Sheriey of this commit
tee conferred with the President and
it is understood the President's ap
proval of the plan was given. The
recovery of the appropriations al
ready made will be done as part of
another deficiency bill. It was ad
mitted lust night that the deficiency
part of the hill would consist merely
of minor matters.
No Definite Policy Discoverable
Inquiry at the departments most
concerned in war and
at the boards and commissions that
have had much to do with spending
failed to reveal any deiinitc policy in
cutting off war work. The nearest
approach to any sort of policy ex
pressed was that it was the plan to
"cut off contracts and other expendi
tures as fast as possible."
To the suggestion that it would be
a greater saving through conserving
at least the materials now going into
war work if the work were stopped
completely and the pay of the work
men continued, the answer made was
that the plan was not practicable.
Congressional leaders of both
parties and in both branches who ar„
concerned witli granting the appro
priations are insistent in their de
mands that war expenditures, so far
as munitions is concerned, be chop
ped off short. Not all legislators
agreed that there was sufficient need
of labor in ordinary peace time in
dustries at this time to absorb quick
ly the entire luhor supply, but not
one questioned the fact that a very
large percentage of this labor could
be taken up quickly by non-war in
dustries.
- Cadillac Was the First to
Restore Pre-War Prices
In announcing its policy for 1918-
1919, the Cadillac Motor Car Com
pany made the interesting revelation
that prices on its cars were restored
to tigures which prevailed before
production was restricted by Govern
ment order. This order had'resulted
in an increase of $3OO on .all Cadil
lac models. Restoration of the old
tigures was effective at midnight,
November 16.
Are Weak Nerves and Lack of
Physical Strength Holding
You Back In Life?
You Must Have Plenty of Iron in Your Blood If You Want the Power and Energy
to Win, Says Physician
When the cruxklnir url|i of norry,
trial* mill rare. Nii|in your illtllllly
anil keep.* you from the full enjoy-
ment of lioiiir, ao
elnl mill liUNlneax
life take Nu
lled Iron it nil
wa*c h I t a
ntrenitlh - clvliik,
up-hiilhlintt effeet
lt will Inerenae
the atrenitth mill
en<l u r un c e of
weak, nertotia,
riiii-ill*" n folk*,
tn two week*'
time In many In
ula uee*.
THOUSANDS ARE \
hc-ld l>ack in life
for want of suffi
cient iron in the
blood," suys Dr. James
Francis Sullivan, formerly
physician of Bellevue Hospital
(Outdoor Dept.), New ork, and
the Westchester County Hospital,
tn commenting on the relation of
Btronß nerves and physical endur- V
ance to the attainment of success and
power.
"A weak body means a weakened
brain weak nerve force means weak
ened will power, and like the ruee
horse beaten by a nose, many a ca
pable man or woman falls just snort
of winning because they dun t back
up their mentality with the physical
strength and energy which come from
having plenty of iron in the blood.
That irritable twitch, that tit of
despondency, that dizzy, fearful feel
ing—these are the sort of signals na
ture gives to tired, listless folks when
the blood is clamoring for strength
giving iron more iron to restore
the health by enriching the blood and
creating thousands of new red blood
cells,
"In my opinion the greatest curse
to the health and strength of Ameri
can people of to-day is the alarming
detlelency of iron in their blood. Iron
Is absolutely essential to enable your
blood to transform the food you eat
into muscular tissue and brain. It is
through iron in the red coloring mat
ter of the blood that life-sustaining
oxygen enters the body. Without
Iron there no strength, vitality and
endurance to combat obstacles or
withstand severe strains. Lack of
sufficient Iron In the blood has ruin
ed manv a man's nerves and utteily
robbed him of that virile force and
stamina which are so necessary to
success and power in every walk .of
life.
"Therefore, I strongly advise those
•who feel the need of a strength and
, Mood builder to get a physician s pre
■ scrlptlon for organic iron—Nuxated
Iron —or if you dpji't want to go to
this trouble, then purchase only Nux
ated Iron in its original ] ackages and
see that this particular name (Nux
ated Iron) appears on the package,
if you have taken other iron pro
ducts and failed to get results, re
member that such preparations are an
entirely different thing from Nuxated
Iron, which lias been used and stro(W>
ly endorsed by many physicians form
erly connected with well-known hos
pitals. the Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, form
TUESDAY EVENING, AIIRISBURO <&&& TELEGRAPH „ ..... -NOVEMBER 26, 1918.
RED CROSS HAS
GROWNRAPIDLY
Thirty Branches and 64 Units
Organized During the
j Past Year
The Harrlsbure- Chapter, American
Red Cross, now has sixty-four organi
zations, Including thirty branches,
four out-of-town auxiliaries, and
s thirty city auxiliaries under Its ma- j
ternal wings, says a report of the l
- committee on organizing and instruct- ,
v ing auxiliaries and branches, Issued (
_ this morning. The report covers the ,
period of a year beginning November i.
1, 1917s and ending October 31. 1918. j ]
Of this number, twenty-eight or- i
ganizations have been organized and ]
put 011 a working basis during the) 1
8 past year. In order to keep the work :
t at a high standard, both of quality
and quantity, qualified instructors ;
s went into all workrooms to teach new
- dressings, to improve work and to
improve the condition of the work
rooms.
t For all these purposes outlined in
the report a total of 732 instructors'
visits ware made at 28s auxiliary and
1 branch meetings. Fo rthc instruc- | ,
, tion in out-of-town workrooms, 1,642
miles were traveled in automobiles.
-. Seventeen conferences, with a totnl I
1 attendance of 867, and an average at- j
tendance of 51 were held. Mentioned ]
f in the report as having rendered valu- I
. able assistance are: Mrs. E. H. .
Downey, Mrs. Frederick Peace, Mrs.
f John Jessup, Jr.. Mrs. Paul Johnston,
• Mrs. Harvey Smith, Miss Ethel Fair,
Miss Helen McFarland. Mrs. Dew R. 1
■ Palmer is director, and Miss Ruth
I Rilling, associate director. !
5 MANY RELATIVES IN SERVICE
Salt hake City. Utah. —Mrs. liar- j
; riet E. Phillips, of this city, eighty- | '
one years old, has forty-two relatives 1,
in the lighting forces of the United 1 '
States. The majority of them are in ,
- France, and only one so far has been j
1 injured. One grand-nephew has:
- made fourteen round trips to France!
3 on American transports. Mrs. Phil
■ : lips, besides being in a position to 1
f I wear a service pin with numerous [
" 1 stars, is an ardent knitter.
| STAGE DHIVEIt GETS CUB 1 1
' Great Point, Maine. —Rounding aj
(sharp turn in the deep woods near,
I here, Adelbert Crosby, an autonio- j
| bile stage driver, saw live bears dead ,
i ahead. Crosby iired sixteen shots i
| from his rifle, but the sum total of i
his shooting was only one cub.
AFTERNOON FLASHES
OF GENERAL EVENTS
' I
Pittsburgh Fire, which followed
an explosion of oil. destroyed about 1
half of the big Crescent plant of the 1
j Crucible Steel Company hero to-day j
Two hundred workmen, engaged in I
the plant when the explosion occurred, |
j escaped, only one of their number
(being slightly burned.
New York —Fourteen enemy-owned
j seats on the New York Stock Ex-!
I change, the New Orleans Cotton Ex
change, the New York Cotton Ex
| change and other markets have been j I
seized by A. Mitchell Palmer, alien 1
property custodian.
I New York Andrew Carnegie cel
ebrated his eighty-third birthday and <
the arrival of peace yesterday aj tlis
I home in Fifth Avenue at Ninety-lirst
I Street. Mr. Carnegie spent the day
| quietly, automobiling for two hours
lin the morning and entertaining a
few friends and relatives at lunch
eon.
Indinniipnlls—The first conference
' I thus far held in this country on the
| subject of reconstruction was opened
• I here to-day by Governor James P.
- Goodrich. It was attended by repre
, sentatives of every major interest af- 1
I I fected by the war labor, agricul-
I tore, business, health, education, tl- ,
3 ! nance, religious and social welfare.
I WiiNhlngtnii. Peruvian consuls in
Chile have been ordered to,return by
I the first steamer and the' Peruvian 1
steamer Urubamha. now at Valparaiso
• Ilias been ordered to bring to& Callao
all Peruvians desiring to leave Chile. 1
er Presidential Cabinet Officer, former
United States Senator and Vice-Presi
dential Nominee Charles A. Towne,
former members of Congress, dis
tinguished United States Army Gen
erals (retired) Judge Atkinson of the
United States Court of Claims at
Washington, and others."
In regard to the value of Nux
ated Iron, former Health Commis
sioner of Chicago, William It. Ivorr,
said: "As Heulth Commissioner of the
City of Chicago, I was importuned
many times to recommend different
medicines, mineral waters, etc. Nev
er yet have I gone on record as fav
oring any particular remedy. But,
in the case of Nuxated Iron, I feel
an exception should be made to. tiie
rule. Krom my own experience with
It, I feci that it is such a valuable
remedy that it ought to be used in
every hospitul and prescribed by every
physician in this country, and if my
endorsement shall Induceanyanaemic,
nervous, run-down men and women
to take Nuxated Iron, and receive
the wonderful tonic benefits which
I have received, I shall feel greatly
gratified .that I made an exception
to my life long rule in recommending
K."
Dr. Schuyler C. Jatiues, formerly
Visiting Surgeon of St. Elizabeth's
Hospital New York City, said: "1 have
never before given out any medical
information or advice for publication,
as I ordinarily do not believe in it.
Hut in Hie case of Nuxated Iron I
feel I would be remiss in my duty
not to mention it 1 have taken it
GRAND OPERA IS
FEATURE OF BILL
Majestic Audiences Enjoy Of
ferings of "Imperial
Quintet"
Grand opera In Ilarrisburg every
night for the first half of the week!
Yes, it's true. The Imperial Quintet,
Mmc. Doree's group of celebrated
singers, at the Majestic Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, offers ex
cellent selections from "11 Trova
tore," "I Pagliacci, ' "Carmen" and
other standard operas. The reper
toire of this company is large and
varied, and the members are excel
lent singers.
| But if you are not a music enthu
| siast, the bill at the Majestic offers
some other things this week that are
up to top-notch In vaudeville. Brady
and Mahoney in "The Cruise of the
Doughnut" present some lokes that
never landed in Harrtaburg before.
If anything stale can be- found in
this offering, the theatergoer will
have to make n big hunt.
Perhaps one of the most humorous
sketches seen in this city recently is
"Bill Blithers, Lawyer." presented
Iby Robert Henry Hodge and Com
pany. Mr. Hodgq can make more
grimaces to the square inch than any
other actor on the stage. The act
[is a side-splitting, long guffaw from
the moment "Bill" appears.
But these are oitly a lew of the
good numbers on the Mnjesttc's bill
this part of the week. Others are
the Oavan.a Duo, who, in "High Rife
by Wire," present a novel act in
loose-rope \vnlking, singing and
dancing, and Ed Healy, singing co
median. who entertains in popular
songs and funny quips that put the
audience in a good humor and start
the show off right.
Geisel in Escorting
Party as King Albert i
Enters Belgian Capital
Friends of Horace D. Geisel. prom
inent local athlete, are rejoicing
over the news that he has been pro
moted from the rank of second lieu
tenant to that of first lieutenant. He
left Harrisburg with the Governor's
Troop :s a private, climbing the lad
der to his present position.
A letter received this morning by
jils parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Geisel. 243 Xlaclay street, conveys the
information that Lieutenant Geisel
was one of the party escorting King
Albert when he made his entry into ,
Brussels. The lieutenant is widely
known here. He formerly refereed 1
basketball games In Chestnut Street
Audltorlunf and was a physical di
rector for the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A.
Railroad Men Plan
Big Meeting Tomorrow
The Friendship and Co-operative
Club will meet to-morrow evening
at 8 o'clock in the Eagle Hall, Sixth ,
and Cumberland streets. The officials
have expressed the hope that there
will be a large turnout of employes
from the passenger departments. A '
definite plan to ensure better sched
ules for passenger train service will
be worked out. it is hoped by offi
cials. J. C. Johnson, superintendent
of the Middle Division of the Penn
sylvania Railroad, has been appealing
to the employes and officials of the
entire division to co-operate in mak
ing tlie train schedule on the division
as near perfect as possible, and it is
the intention of the Friendship and
Co-operative Club to give Superin
tendent Johnson as much co-operation
as possible.
myself and given it to my patients
with most surprising results. And
those who wish quickly to increase
their, strength, power and endurance
will 'find it a most remarkable and
wonderfully effective remedy."
No matter other tonics or Iron
remedies you have used without suc
cess—if you are not strong and well,
you owe it to yourself to make the
following test: See , how long you
can work or how far you can walk
without becoming tired. Next take
two five-grain (tablets of Nuxated
Iron three times per day after meals
for two weeks. Then test your
strength again and see how much
you have gained. Nuxated Iron will
increase the strength, power and en
durance of delicate, nervous, run
down people in two weeks' time in
many instances,
Manufacturers' Yalei Nuxated Iron,
which is prescribed and recommended
by physicians and which is now be
ing used by over three million people
annually, is not a secret remedy but
one which is well known to druggists
everywhere. Unlike the older inor- <
ganic Iron products it is easily assim
ilated and does not Injure the teeth,
make them black, nor upset the stom
ach. The manufacturers guarantee
successful and entirely satisfactory
results to every purchaser or they
will refund your money. It Is dis
pensed in tills city by Croll Keller,
J Nelson Clark, G. A. Gorgas, Clark's
Medicine Store und all other drug
gists.
SCENE IN HALL CAINE'S
GREAT NOVEL—"THE MANX-MAN"
■B ,
i'J
Never before the (liming of "The Manx-Man," the photo-drama founded
on Hall Caine's book of the same name, which will be produced at the
Regent Theater, Thanksgiving Day and Frifcy, have the inhabitants of the
locality where a picture was being taken shown such intense and lively
interest in proceedings.
The whole picture was taken on the Isle of Man, and because Hall Calne
Is the Idol of the dwellers there —or because they regard him as having
done more for she island in his novels than any half-dozen governors, they
just naturally lent every possible collaboration, when they were apprised
that he was interested in tho. work of the camera men and tlieir directors.
Even the English Home Office and the British Board of Admiralty co-oper
atcd and permitted the camera to be used within three miles of the sea
coast, such use being otherwise restricted during the period of the war.
The newspapers urged the people to make the iilln a success, and thcx f all
put themselves into the hands of George Loaqe Tucker, who directed the
picture-taking, unrestrictedly. When it became necessary to stage a rep
resentation of the famous Tynwald Court ceremony, the men gathered on
Tynwald Hill to the number of eleven thousand.
Farmers came from the fields, fishermen from their boats, to appear in
this stirring scene of "The Manx-Man." Every accessory to the cere
monial was provided by the Governor's instructions, frthn the famous chair
of state to the old sword of state that has been carried every year to Tyn
wald Hill for centuries.
And when the Governor, Lord Raglan, was not quite satisfied with the
costume worn by the actor playing the part of the Governor In the film, he
insisted on sending for his own uniform and giving it to the artist to wear.
Could a producer hope for more authentic costuming than that!
j^AMUSEf§fIMENTsf|j
OKPHEL'M
To-night, only "iou'll Like It," the
Camp Dix Soldier Show.
To-morrow, matinee and night—Gus
Hill offers "The Captain and the
Kids."
Thursday (Thanksgiving Ray) and
Friday, with daily matinees —Bar- I
ney Uilmore in "The ltocky ltoad to
Dublin." .
Saturday, matinee and night. Novem- j
her .1(1 "The Other Man's Wife,"
with Adelaide Thurston.
COLONIAL
To-day and to-morrow Will Itogers 1
in "Laughing Bill Hyde."
Thursday Norma Talmadge in "The j
Devil's Needle."
Friday and Saturday Alice Brady 1
in "The Ordeal of llosetta."
REGENT
To-day and to-morrow Douglas I
Fairbanks in "Bound in Morocco." i
Special Thanksgiving show, including j
Friday Hall Cainc's great novel.
"The Manx-Man."
VICTORIA
To-day William Farnum in "Riders
of the l'urple Sage," and Charlie
Chaplin in "The Henpecked
Spouse."
To-morrow —Foggy H.vland in "Bonnie
I Thursday —-Charlie Chaplin in "The
Jazz Waiter."
Friday and Saturday—"Kultur."
MAJESTIC
High-class Vaudeville Ed. Healey, I
singing comedian; Mme. Rorec's Im
perial yuintet, and three other |
Keith features.
High-class music Is a prominent
feature at the Majestic this week, and
*is being furnished by
At tlc Madame Doree's Imperial
>1 jije*tle Quintet, an aggregation of
excellent singers who ren
der well-known selections from Mien
operas as "II Trovato," "Pagiacei, ,
"La Bolieitie" and "Carmen. Ld I
Healey. the popular singing comedian,
scored a hit at yesterday's perform
ances. Mr. Healey is gifted not only |
with a pleasing- stage appearance but i
an abundance of talent as well. *J IS
songs are put over in real vaudeville |
style. Brady and Mahoney are a |
clever pair, who keep everyone in |
laughter with their funny skit en-1
titled "Tlie Cruise of the Doughnut.
Robert Henry Hodge, well-known
character actor, and a capable assist
ing company, are presenting a humrr- I
oun farcical sketch entitled Bill r
Blithers, Lawyer." Almost every lino i
Is good for a hearty laugh, with a re
sult that there isn't a dull moment
throughout the whole act. The Cavana
Duo offer a very good novelty turn at
the. opening of the show and start
things oft in lively fashion.
The Colonial Theater opened a
three-day engagement with "Laugh
ing Bill Hyde," with W ill
At the Rogers, the world's famous
Colonial rope expert and comedian !
of the "Ziegtleld Follies. |
"Laughing Bill Hyde" is one of Rex,
Beach's tremendous dramas of re
demption. _ , ,
Thursday only, Norma Talmadge. I
the screen's most beautiful star, will i
he seen in a return engagement, "The
Devil's Needle," the story of a battle |
with the Demon Cocaine.
Douglas Fairbanks was hack again
with his old-time, pop, doing unthink
able stunts and otherwise
At the entertaining the large aii-
Itegent diences that attended the
Regent Theater last even
ing. This time he is appearing in the
picture. "Bound in Morocco." scenes
laid in the desert sands with large
hands of Arabian /outlaws and the
governor's harem of one of the small
states of Northern Africa.
A special Thanksgiving show will
be the attraction Thursday and also
running Friday. This is Hall Calne's |
greatest novel, "The Manx-Man. It
is the story describing the Manx-Man
people by a Manx-Man. Everyone
who has read this wonderful novel
will see it fully plcturized In this
film.
William Farnum again pleased hun
dreds of his enthusiastic friends yes
terday, when lie appeared at
At the the Victoria Theater in his
Victoria brilliant William Fox pro
duction of Zane Grey's not
ed novel, "Riders of the Purple Sage."
The picture will be run again to-day.
Charlie Chaplin, in "The Henpecked |
Spouse," itn extra added attraction to
yesterday's and to-day's program at
the Victoria, is also well up to the
noted Chaplin standard of mirth-pro
voking comedies. As usual, Charlie
takes the center of the stage and
keeps the audience in an uproar of
laughter from start to finish.
An attraction calculated to please
the most exacting and finicky play
goer is underlined to
"The Captain hold the boards at the I
mid the Kills" Orpheum to-morrow, j
. matinee and night. It"
is a musical comedy in three acts and j
bearing the euphonious title of "The I
.Captain and the Kids." The charac
ters are all taken from the popular
cartoons of R. Dirks and arranged for!
the stage bv Manager Gus Hill, who;
will give the piece an unusual and
elaborate production. Who has not I
heard of the mischievous Juvenile !
plot, who make life for the good-na- i
tured, sea-faring "Captain" the bane
of existence? And who has not fol
lowed their exploits and -adventures
in the confines of the Sunday aupple
\
nient without racking a smile, burst
ing into long and loud laughter and
I at the same time wishing that the
world were full of such angels of
joy and happiness. The "Professor."
who lias been made to bear the bulk
of the pranks of the kids, will be on
hand, as also will be "Mother."
with tier maternal advice, admonition
and spanks. Twenty pretty girls also
will lie in evidence in conjunction
with a model and elaborate scenic
equipment; all the jingles of the
l hours, specialties, surprises and novel
ties.
'
i I
: Barney Gilmore. the popular Irish
comedian, who will appear at the Or
pheum Thursday
! "The Rocky (Th a n lc s giving
Rend lo Dublin" Day) and Friday,
with dally matl
i nces, has two claims to theatrical
| greatness—he has won fame in the
atrical productions of importance and
| high-class motion pictures. Mr. Gil
j more is a prominent member of the
I Ancient Order of Hibernians, and rc-
I ccntl.v toured Ireland with a noted
I moving picture company, appearing as
; the star \n its productions filmed
j there, and on Ireland's night at the
Avoid Coughs
and Coughers
Your health and society demand
that you taHe something for that
cough. Coughing spreads disease,
i Good, old reliable SIIILOH is guar
anteed to relieve the worst cough in
twenty-four hours.
SHILOH Stops Coughs
r —^
Follow the Crowds
The first annual ball of the
Capital City Lodge. 340, Inter
national Order of Blacksmiths and
Helpers will bo held
NOVKMBKK 27. 11)18, AT
Winter's Hall
8.30 I*. M.
SUD'S JAZZ ORCHESTRA
WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC.
ADMISSION, ,10c LADIES FREE
j Miss Bertha Le Vine aided by
I Mr. Bloom Will entertain during in
termissions.
'A
lORPHEUM Curtain at 8:15
DON'T MISS IT, BECAUSE
YOU'LL LIKE IT
THE SNAPPY SOLDIER SHOW IX TWO ACTS
THE BOYS FROM CAMP DIX
Written by Soldiers Produced by Soldiers
Acted by Soldiers, All Previously Wofcssionals
BENEFIT SOLDIER ENTERTAINMENT FUND OF CAMP DIX
Reserved Seats, $1.50, $l, 75c, 50c, 25c —No War Tax
THURSDAY. —sir" 50 . FRIDAY
MATINEES DAILY
THE RETURN TO THE SPEAKING STAGE
OF THE POPULAR IRISH COMEDIAN
Barney Gilmore
THE ROCKY ROAD TO DUBLIN
HI? AD THE SONGS OF OLD ERIN
flUliUl. THE MELODIES OF THE IRISH PIPER
Thanksgiving Day Prices, 25c to $l.OO
Popular Priced Mat. Friday, 25c and 50c
|f
We employ a competent corps of
mechanics, experienced in Machine
and General Repair work.
If you contemplate moving or re
placing your machinery or if it
needs repairs or overhauling, con
sult us.
The Federal Machine Shop
Cranberry Between Second and Court Streets, Harrisburg.
Bell Phone 4100
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CAMP DIX BOYS
HERETO-NIGHT
Will Present "You'll Like It,"
Lively Show, at the
Orpheum
Entertainment of n professional
character, yet of an entirely unique
form, will be Riven at the Orpheum
Theater to-night, when the Camp Dlx
Soldier Show, "You'll Like It," will
be presented for the benefit of the
Camp Mix entertainment fund, under
the direction of the prominent actor,
Norman Hackett.
. "You'll L.llce It," of course you'll
like it. No, not the Army this time.
It will be just exactly the lively kind
of a snappy soldier show that anyone
may expect these days, when produc- j
tions of this nature are so popular
and our glorious victory over the
Huns fills the heart Of every loyal
American with pride for what our
boys have done.
"You'll Like It," because it Is going I
to have a first act showing amusing
glimpses of camp life, with a lot of
fopular songs and William Sully, a
troadway celebrity, late of Mltssi's
"Head Over Heels" Company in New
York City. "You'll Like It" because
It will have the second act laid in
the Hostesshouse, which will be rea
son enough to Introduce several stars
from the vaudeville ranks, including
Buttner and Norinan, Howard Ferris,
Marinoff, the Russian dancer; Louts
Snapper. "Jack" Oraff, and Bay Burke,
"You'll Like It" because the boys will
carry their own orchestra, as well as
some pretty scenery painted by the
Robert Law Scenic Studios in New
York especially for the production.
It was presented last week at the
Liberty Theater, Camp Pix, under the
patronage of Major General Hugh
Scott, and its presentation here will
serve to show what soldiers can do |
as entertainers as well as muster
arms. •
Orpheum, next Friday night, he will
present special Irish stories and songs
in addition to his delightful "The
Rocky Road to Dublin." Seats are
now on sale for ail performances.
Adelaide Thurston, in E. J. Carpen
ter's production of "The Other Man's
Wife." will be the at
! "The other traction at the Or-
Mnn'n Wife" pheum, Saturday, mati
nee and night, is test
ing the seating capacity of all the I
theaters she is playing everywhere, I
and nothing seems to diminish the I
drawing qualities of this, one of the
best of modern plays. "The Other
Man's Wife" is really a well-written
I play and Miss Thurston is at her best.
I The entire action is centered in and
I fully carried out, by six chief char
jai tcrs. There does not seem to be a|
| REGENT
; Today and Tomorrow
Douglas Fairbanks
—IN—
! "Bound in Morocco"
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SPECIAL THANKSGIV
ING SHOW
Hall Caine's
Greiitent Mor*l
i "The Manx-Man"
Showing Thursday and
Friday
I Admission —loc, 20c, nnil nnr tax
j V —s
I \
V ICTORIA
i
TO-DAY ONLY
WILLIAM FARNUM In
"ItIHKItS OF THE l'C It IT.E
SAGE"
FIIAItLIE CHAPLIN In
"THE HENPECKED SPOUSE"
TO-MORROW ONLY
PEGGY H V LAND In
I "BONNIE ANNIE LAURIE"
Also 111 TP lIOLAND In
"HANDS IP."
THURSDAY'
CHARLIE CHAPLIN In
"THE JAZZ WAITER"
Admission, 10c and 20c nnd wnr tax
superfluous word in the book. The
play moves along; in a direct and
forceful path, the humorous portion
being; as essential to the telling; of
the serious part as are the strong;
scenes of the play. The fun Is human
and real. Mr. Carpenter has surround
ed Miss Thurston with an excellent
company Of players and a scenic pro
duction that is complete.
Use McNeil's Pain Exterminator—Ad
OM.Y ONE "BKOMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name
LAXATIVE. BROMO QUININE Tab
lets. I.ook for signature of E. W.
GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 30c
[COLONIAL]
LAUGHING BILL HYDE
—WITH—
WILL ROGERS
| One of Ilex Ileiich'* trrmendou*
<1 ruinnn of redemption.
Till USD AY
| Norma Talmadge
"The Devil's Needle"
432 MARKET STREET
License No. G-35305 <
SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27 >
MORNING SPECIALS
SIRLOIN STEAK RIB ROAST
PORTERHOUSE T% d~\. RUMP r"l
I PIN HON E -A I B g~\ SHOULDER g~i
I INDIVIDUAL V/W CHUCK
FRESH MINCE MEAT, 14c LB.
ALL-DAY SPECIALS
" aa • CHOPS i
Km, Oolorna I J. VEA ,
Butcher Bologna ■■ LAMB CHOPS o*xu. 1
Polish Sausage Jgg* 41c
j MARKETS IN FIFTY-SIX PRINCIPAL CITIES OF 14 STATES
MAIN OFFICE, PACKIN(T PI.A.NT,
I CHICAGO, ILL. PEORIA. ILL
' -J)
' ~ 1
Play Safe-
Stick to
KING
OSCAR
CIGARS
Because the quality is as good as ever it
was. They will please and satisfy you
7c—worth it
JOHN C. HERMAN & CO. 1
Makers
QRPHEUM
Matinee & Night l
And the Kids
THE NEW LAUGH SHOW
—A Jolly Show, With Funny Comedians and Pretty Girls—
-I>l> C* Matinee—2sc and 50c
* ■— Night> 25c, 50c, 75c, $l.OO
Saturday X" NOV. 30
E. J. Carpenter
OFFERS AMERICA'S FOREMOST ACTRESS
I ADELAIDE
THURSTON
"THE OTHER
MAN'S WIFE"
VICTOR E. LAMBERT
A PLAY TRUE TO LIFE
Saturday—Matinee, 25c, 50c, 75c v ,
Night, 25c, 50c, 75c, $l.OO
KIWA.NIS CUUB TO DINE
The weekly luncheon "of the Ki
wanis Club will be held to-niorro\s
noon in the assembly room of tin
Central Y. M. C. A. Harry Lowengard
editor of the Courier, will give th
attedance prize, a credit of $lO In the
store or place of business of a mem
ber. An Interesting; feature will b
the report of the committee on plac
ing . semaphores for regulation ol
traffic.
i
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Tonic a Laxative
_t
When constipation bothers you ant
you get feverish and out of sorts re
member that old reliable vegetable
Celery
King *
is sold in every drug store in tlu
land. It's fine for Indigestion too and
for fevers and colds. Same old rem
edy that thousands swear by.

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