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Secretary Wilson Thinks
There Is Work For All
Washington, Dec. 6.—Splendid
business and work enough for all
are predicted by William B. Wilson,
Secretary of Labor, in a statement
issued yesterday.
Until demobilization Is completed,
he points out, everybody should be
good-natured and patient, and all
public works and private enterprises
should be pushed as fast as pos
sible.
Formal reconstruction plans, the
Secretary announces, arc being care
fully considered by a committee con
sisting of the Council of National
United States Judge Atkinson
Strongly Endorses Nuxated Iron
Says That The Results He Has Obtained Taking It Have Been
Simply Marvelous—That He Has Never Had Recourse To A
Medicine Whose Results Were So Satisfactory.
Often Increases the Strength of
the Weak. Hun-Down, infirm,
out] Agt-tl in Two Weeks' Time.
Of great importance to the pub
lit generally should be the opinion
given ot' Nuxated Iron by United
(States Judge Atkinson. i-or
twenty years Judge Atkinson has
been in the public service as Judge
of tlie United States Court of
Claims at Washington, Governor,
Aleniber of Congress, and United
Ntates District Attorney, etc. He
lis.- had vast experience in weigh
ing evidence: in separating the
truth trom the false.
There are thousands of peopU
\vh > are nervous, "run-down."
weak and anaemic, who lack
strength and vitality and who teel
the lived of something to build
them up and put renewed energy
Into their veins, but they Uo
jiot know what to take. It is.
therefore, valuable to have u.
man like Judge Atkinson go
Into the merits of Nuxated
Iron, test it on himself and
then come out frankly and
boldly and tell the people
about it. Judge Atkinson says:
"Only this Spring I have
tried your valued prescrip
tion Nuxated Iron as a tonic
and restorative following on
the rigors of the past winter.
The results have been simply
marvelous. 1 have never had
recourse to a medletne whose
results wore so satisfactory,
so complete and so free from any of
th® incidental complications which
indiscriminate dosing* so frequently
brings to the people who make use of
medicaments.
"It is without hesitation that I
recommend Nuxated Iron to persons
who in lily stress of physical or men
tal labors have permitted the system
to become debilitated, the body ex
hausted or the nerves run down. It
1 as restored my appetite and my vi
tality. 1 feel that 1 have dropped off
the burden of months of toil in the
few weeks that I have been follow
ing the very simple directions for the
use of Nuxated Iron.
If people would only take Nuxated
Iron when they feel weak or run
down instead of dosing themselves
with habit-forming drugs, stimulants
anil alcoholic beverages there are
probably thousands who might readi
ly build up their red blood corpus
cles, increase their physieul energy
and get themselves into a condition
to ward off the millions of disease
License No. G-35305
Specials For Dec. 7, 1918
MORNING SPECIALS
STEAKS ROASTS
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COOKED RIG I EET. y f)l FRANKFURTERS --Q Q
COOKEI/'TRIPE'* T '' " SMOKED SAUSAGE .. dbl id C
ERESII BRAINS Y FRESH SAUSAGE ...F| M
PORK SHOULDER ... S F ERESII GROUND /K
BEEF KIDNEYS X MEAT K+
Hickory Smoked Picnic Hams 2Stf
Hickory Smoked Regular Hams
Choice Breakfast Bacon, 3 lbs. or more, lb 45^?
Compound, used as lard 27<*
MARKETS IN FIFTY-SIX PRINCIPAL CITIES OF 14 STATES
MAIN OFFICE, PACKING PLANT
< lIICAGO. ILL. PEORIA, I L U
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We Cash Christmas Savings Club Checks
| CHAS. KRAUSS, Jeweler I
S fTHE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY Onl ft
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Newly Remodeled For Christmas ?
W; Our store has not only been enlarged and remodeled, : S.
y but has been stocked almost to overflowing with £
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jr. Jewelry For the Holidays V|
j* Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Wrist Watches, W
K : Lavallieres, Charms, Chains, &•
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and an endless variety of other articles that will make S*
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UKULELES and BANJO UKULELES |
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FRIDAY EVENING,
Defense and the heads of the several
war bo&rSs.
Leaders both among employers
and wage workers say that as soon
as the readjustment is complete
there will be splendid business and
enough work for all.
HAZLETOX IN WINTER'S GRIP
By Associated Press
Hnzlcton, Pa., Dec. 6. —The sea
son's first heavy snow storm started
heer early to-day. It assumed bliz
zard proportions and it is feared that
unless there is an abatement that
trolley and steam rail traffic will
suffer and that anthracite mining
operations will be curtailed. i
wmr • • •
nflHr v
wiiiinij
United States Judge, (■, \V. Atkinson, form
er Coventor of West Virginln, Member of
CiumrfMb, ti nl Initnl State* District At"
tornev. Itend below his opinion of XI -V
-ATKI) IltOX.
germs that are almost continually
around us. If you are not strong or
well, you owe it to yourself to make
the following test: Bee how long you
can work or how far you can walk
without becoming tired. Next take
two live-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron
three times per day after meals for
two weeks. Then test your strength
again and see how much you lutve
NOTE: Nux
ated Iron which has been used by-
Judge Atkinson and others with such
surprising results, is not a secret
remedy, but one which is well known
to druggists everywhere. Unlike the
older inorganic iron products it is
easily assimilated, Joes not injure the
teeth, make them black nor upset the
stomach. The manufacturers guaran
tee successful and entirely satisfac
tory results or they will refund your
monev. It is dispensed in this city
by Croll Keller. G. A. Gorgas, J. Nel
son Clark. Clark's Medicine Store, and
other druggists.
"CHIN CHINNERS" WITH CHARLES DILLINGHAM'S STUPENDOUS
PRODUCTION OF "CHIN CHIN" ATTHE ORPHEUM TUESDAY NIGHT
At the Orpheum Tuesday night will be presented the much heralded gorgeous settings make up the stupendous production of "Chin Chin"
spectacular and sumptuous production of "Chin Chin," the only produc- added to which is a bevy of feminine beauty with pretty dresses swift and
tlon of this clever fantasy under the management of Charles Dillingham, grotesque dancing, a feast of music, lots of "prankish amusement including
as displayed at the Globe Theater in New Aork for two years. The book Tom Brown's Clown Band as the famous saxophone sextet, and the spill
is by Anne Caldwell and R. H. Btirnside, the lyrics by Anne Caldwell-and ing of the comedians from an airplane, falling through the pilod-ui> clouds
James ODea, and the music by Ivan Caryll, so well remembered for his and then landing in a pile of "honest" sawdust at the entrance to a
ingratiating melodies in "The Ptnk Lady" and "The Little Cafe." Seven circus tent. entrance to a
JUSTICE SLEUTH
NAMES HALE IN
PROPAGANDA
Chief of Department Testifies
Bernstorff Vouched For
Hearst Man
By Associated Press
Washington. Dec. 6. In telling
I Ills story of German propaganda in
America, A. Bruce Bielaski, chief
of the bureau of Investigation of the
Department of Justice, to-day laid
before the Senate committee investi
gating brewery and German propa
ganda cablegrams exchanged in
1916 by Count Von Bernstorff, then
| ambassador hero and the Berlin
! Toreign Office.
j One of Bernstorff's messages urg
| ed that the special favor be shown
| William Bayard Hale, an American
about to visit Berlin as a newspaper
| correspondent, because he was em
j ployed by the Hearst organs which
I the message said had outspokenly
! placed themselves on the German
J side.
Oil Two Payrolls
Bielaski told the committee that
j Hale was on the Hearst payroll for
j $3OO a week, and also was employ
ed at $15,000 a year by a publicity
organization formed in this country
by Dr. Bernard Dernburg, the Ger
man propagandist.
Suggesting on June 2, 1916. that
the timewas favorable "to get Hearst
to send a first rate journalist to Ber
lin," Bernstorff told the foreign of
fice that tlie man selected was Hale,
who he said had been a confidential
agent of the embassy since the be
! ginning of the war and was bound
as such by contract to June 23, 1918.
"Hearst," the ambassador's mes
sage said, 'ls not aware that Hale
is our agent, but knows him only as
a Germanophile journalist, who has
I contributed leading articles to pa
i pers."
Hale, according to Bielaski, w.as
pafel by the German government do
visit Humania, and if possible pre-
I vent entrance of that nation into
| the war. Mr. Hearst, Bielaski said,
j was ignorant of Hale's employment
: on the latter mission.
Put Their Dimes Away;
Behold! $lO,OOO Now
New York. Dec. 6.—That $lO,OOO
i had accumulated through the plac
ing of dimes and quarters in a fam
i ily fund, was revealed yesterday
when the Surrogate of Kings County
| received an appraisal of the estate
I of Thomas Cain.
1 In 1883 Cain and his three chil
| dren, Mary F., Anna B. and Hugh,
i agreed to put their surplus dimes
I and quarters every week into a com
| mon fund to care for any unex
i pec-ted needs of the family. The
fund grew to $lO,OOO. Anna B. Cain
! die din 1895. Subsequently her father
j died. The estate now is to be divided
i between Hugh and Mary F. Cain.
Deaths and Funerals
MRS. EVA M. KEIPER
J Mrs. Eva M. Keiper, wife of John
I A. Keiper, died at noon at the Key-
I stone Hospital yesterday. She is sur
j vived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
'< Charles W. Moyer, 404 Reading
! street, Steelton; two brothers, Jo
| seph and George Moyer, both in the
I service in France, and one sister,
Mrs. J. C. Stambaugh, of Washing
| ton. Funeral services will be held at
j the home of her parents Monday
i afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at
l Baldwin cemetery.
Though! Man Was Crazy
j "I have suffered from stomach
land liver trouble for years; the last
| two years people have been calling
me crazy. The doctors could not
do anything for me. The awful
bloating of gas seemed to press
against my brain and I could not
think clearly. Three months ago a
friend advised taking Mayr's Won
derful Remedy and it has worked
wonders in my case. All my bloat
ing and suffering is gone and I feel
as though newly born." It Is a
simple, harmless preparation that
removes the catarrhal mucous from
the intestinal tract and allays the in
flammation which causes practically
all stomach, liver and intestinal ail
ments, including appendicitis. .One
dose will convince or money re
funded.
G. A. Gorgas, H. C. Kennedy,
Clark's two Drug Stores and drug
gists everywhere.
BREW THIS TEA
FOR BILIOUSNESS
Costs next to nothing, yet keeps
bowels in fine order and
ends constipation.
The head of every family that val
ues its health should always have in
the house a package of Dr. Carter's
K. and B. Tea.
Then when any member of the fam
ily needs something for a sluggish
liver, sick headache, or to promptly
regulate the bowels, simply brew a
cup and drink it just before bedtime.
it's an old remedy, is Dr. Carter's
K. and B. Tea. and has been used
for years by thousands of families,
who get such good results from its
use that they have no desire to take
anything else.
Dive it to the children freely
thev lik® " ®"d It will do them arood
HARRISBURG OSSQI TELEGRAPH
JOHN BARRYMORE IN "ON THE QUIET"
SHOWING AT THE REGENT TODAY
John Barr.vmore makes his reappearance again at the Regent to-day and
to-morrow in "On the Quiet," by the famous author, Augustus Thomas,
supported by a full Paramount cast.
HUNS PLAN SWIFT PLANE
FOR CROSSING ATLANTIC
Transoccan Zeppelin, Capable of Carrying One Hundred
Passengers and to Make the Trip in Forty Hours, Now
Being Built; Trial Journey Next July
By Associated Press ' ,
London, Dec. C.—The Germans
are building an airplane with which
they intend trying a trip across the
Atlantic, and have a Zeppelin under
construction with the same idea in
view, according to the correspondent
at Berlin of the Daily Express. The
airplane, being constructed at Staak
en, has a wing spread of 198 feet
and engines of 3,000 horsepower, the
correspondent says. Almost immedi
ately after the armistice was signed
the Staaken plant began converting
fighting planes on hand into com
mercial machines intended to link all
the European capitals with Berlin,
and dozens of planes built entirely
ojf aluminum are being transformed
for postal service.
The transatlantic Zeppelin, capa
ble of carrying one hundred passen
gers and having nine engines and
eight propellers, is being constructed
at Eriedrichafen, the correspondent
MAJ ESTIC
High Class Vaudeville Musical com
edy "girl" act, "Some Baby;" Wal
lace and Hollingsworth in songs
and nonsense; Colonel Diamond and
his daughter In dances of the past
and present; Pietro, the piano ac
cordionist; Piccard Bros., acrobats.
ORPHEUM
To-night and to-morrow, matinee and
night "The Girl Without a
Chance."
Tuesday, night only, December 10
Charles Dillingham's production of
"Chin Chin."
Coming, next week. Friday and Sat
urday, with daily mutinees—"The
Brute of Berlin."
COLONIAL
To-day and to-morrow Marion
Davies in "The Burden of Proof."
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Charlie Cliaplin In "Shoulder Arms,"
and Mildred Harris in "Borrowed
Clothes."
Thursday Alice Brady in "Her Bet
ter Half."
REGENT
To-day and to-morrow John Bar
rymore in "On the Quiet."
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
"The Hun Within."
VICTORIA
To-day Peggy Hyland, in "Mar
riages Are Made."
To-morrow Mrs. Vernon Castle, in
"The First Law."
Robert Sherman, the Chicago theat
rical producer, is fast forging to the
front. When the present
"The Girl theatrical season opened,
Without he was one of the few
a Chance" producers in the West
with the courage to
launch more than one show. Mr. Sher
man produced several, and his ef
forts have been crowned with suc
cess. His latest production is "The
Girl Without a Chance," which comes
to the Orpheum to-morrow to-morrow
and Saturday, with daily matinees.
This play is from the pen of ail un
known author, but Mr. Sherman had
read it. He saw the great pleasing
qualities of the story. With the cour
age typical of the Westerner, he
launched it with an adequate scenic
equipment, and it has proved suc
cessful even beyond his most sanguine
hopes.
The music of Ivan Caryll, which
serves to illustrate the story of "Chin
Chin." which* come to the
"Chin Orpheum next Tuesday night.
Chin" and in which Wills and
Binder demonstrate their
wonderful powers of drollery, to say
nothing of their skill in duncing, is
a demonstration of the wisdom of
serving the best kind of music even
to an extravaganza. In other words,
there is in "Chin Chin" one more proof
that good music pays. Music and
dancing are so closely allied in these
latter days that some folks forget
that while the latter is a universal ex
pression by movement of the, limbs
and body of a sense of rhythm, which
is implanted about the primitive in
stincts of the animal world, the
former, beyond certain elementary
facts of acoustics, shows no direct
connection with nature independently j
of art.
It is art that determines selection
of these elementary acoustic facts just I
as in painting, art determines selec
tion of these facts that come under
the cognizance of optics.
One of the most artistic dance of
ferings seen at the Majestic this sea
son Is that presented by
At the Colonel Diamond and his
Majestic pretty granddaughter. Colo
nel Diamond is 82 years
says. Its first flight will be in July I
next if the international situation I
clears up by that time. The trip is
expected to be made in forty hours, i
The correspondent was told of tile J
remarkable flight of a Zeppelin in;
November, 1917. The airship started!
from Bulgaria for East Africa with |
twenty-two tons of munitions and
medicines and a crew of twenty-two. i
It had arrived over Khartoum, in the
Sudan, the correspondent's inform-1
ant declared, when it was ordered by j
wireless to return because it was I
learned that the bulk of the forces j
of General von Lettow-Vorbeck, the i
German commander in East Africa, j
had surrendered. It returned to its :
starting point four days after it had
left.
Managing Director Raasch, of the !
aircraft factory at Staaken, claimed
this airship could have gone from
Berlin to New York and back with
out stopping.
old. but his age is no barrier when it
conies to fox-trotting and one-step
ping, for he is "right there" with I
these dunces, and steps them off in as ;
lively a manner as though he were 22 j
instead of 82. Another popular num
ber on the bill is Wallace and Hoi- j
lingsworth, clever duo, in a bright 1
song and patter skit. The act is full I
of snappy dialog, and their songs are j
original and tuneful. Pietro continues j
to be a popular attraction. A spec- i
tacular musical comedy, entitled, i
"Some Baby," is the headliner on the j
bill. The act is brimful of comedy, i
and as for the stage-setting and the i
costumes, both are elaborate. The
Piccard Brothers, in a very clever ac
robatic act, round out the bill.
"The Burden of Proof," appearing j
at the Colonial Theater to-day and I
to-morrow is a strong |
At the drama of mystery, intrigue
Coloniul and romance, with Marion j
Davies, the entrancing little |
star, who will be remembered for her j
excellent work in "Cecelia of the
Pink Roses." This is Miss Davies' sec
ond appearance in pictures, and she
has won for herself hundreds of ad
mirers. Monday and Tuesday, the
Colonial Theater introduces Mr and
Mrs. Charlie Chaplin, world's great
est comedian, und his bride, on the
same bill. Mrs. Chaplin (Mildred
Harris) will be seen in "Borrowed
Clothes," and Mr. Chaplin in "Shoul
der Arms."
John Barrymore makes his reap
pearance to-day at the Regent Thea- i
ter. under the Paramount I
At the banner, surrounded by a |
Regent bevy of beautiful girls, and j
is supported by a lekgthy
cast of well-known players in "On the I
Quiet." Chester Wlthey, the noted 1
Griffith producer, who staged the j
photoplay, has the Griffith ideas of i
types, and has given considerable at-I
I tention to a well-balanced cast, with j
the result that this comedy-drama, !
I staged in high society, presents char- I
I acters portrayed by those best fitted j
i to interpret the roles.
Peggy Hyland. whose adVance to :
the first rank of moving picture stars I
has been extremely rapid,
At the appears to-day at the Vic-
Vlctorln toria Theater in her latest
film success, "Marriages Are
Made." This strong photodrnma gives
a most informing and faithful presen
tation of the workings of the German I
spy system in the United States. It
also affords the charming star a larger
number of opportunities to display
her skill and fearlessness in the per
forming of daring feats. This is a
new sort of role for Miss Hyland, and
one which her host of admirers are
sure to thoroughly enjoy.
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HURT IN PENNSY'S
YARD IN THIS CITY
Machinist in Serious Condi
tion When Struck on
Head
Three men nic in the Ilarrisburg
Hospital suffering injuries as the
result of accidents on tho Pennsyl
vania railroad. Two are considered
seriously nurt.
Thomas Mountain, aged 27, 1845
Berryhill street, sustained a head
injury, which may prove serious.
He was working in the Pennsyl
vania yards at Verbeke street about
6.30 o'clock this morning, with a
crew which was replacing a de
railed engine on the tracks. A fly- "
ing piece of steel struck him on the
head, and he was taken to tho hos
pital. He is employed as a machin
ist in Itoundhouse No. 2.
Jesse Mumma, 2449 Keel street,
MAJESTIC
SOME BABY
A Girly-Girly Whirl
Full of Life and Color
ALSO
PIETRO
i
lleid over for balance of tveek i
with a new repertoire of sclcc- !
tions on liis piano accordion.
: -
VICTORIA
TO-DAY ONLY
WILLIAM FOX Presents
PEGGY HYLAND in
"MARRIAGES ARE
MADE"
How Mi** A morion Out wit tori n
(■mm of DoMtro.viiiK Iflnn*.
TO-MORROW ONLY
IATUK PRESENTS
MRS. VERNON CASTLE
in "THE FIRST LAW"
A GrlppiiiK Story Tknt Lay* llnro
tho llourt anil Soul of a NYomiiii.
i AriiaiMMloa, 10c nail 20c and war tax |
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Motive Power Athletic Asso.
7th and Boyd Sts.
MONDAY EVENING
DECEMBER 9
FIRST BOOT, 8.30 O'CLOCK
Windup—o Rounds
"Battling" Hudson, Phiin., vs.
"Joe" Carson. Allcntown
Semi-Wind ni> —fi Rounds
"Johnny" Herman, Allcntown,
vs. "Billy" Logan, Reading
"Kid" Ruymond, Allcntown, vs.
"Baldy" Brandt, Altoona
TWO OTHER FAST BOUTS R
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Tickets now n Mile nt
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t r J Will Make the Greatest
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I I Mil ||!"' 1 iMfi Wo liavo just received another carload —one h"n
ri JUll I I jMPaS{'v I'fw ' Tlioy lire made in different styles, made of I.ouisi
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f purposes; water has no effect on it, as it does on
f- \ ' Both wringer and washer run hy power, together
1 yNA or alone—the wringer both slides and turns, tlms
HV allowing you to wring from one tub while the other
~ - 'i| There are no lielts, gears, pulley or any working
| parts exposed on tliese splendid maeliines. We have
©• | , them here in operation. Come to the store and let
tis show them to you.
(k There is nothing that money ean buy that will
mean so much to a woman as a power washer. It Is
Give Her an Electric Washer—She Deserves Your Very Best
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Qualilij Seeds
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DECEMBER 6,1918".
aged 37, also was injured in the Ver
beke street yards of the Pennsy.
Ills back was hurt, and ho possibly
sustained Internal injuries, while at
work last evening.
Karl Miller aged 19, 3215 Wal
lace street, Philadelphia, employed
as a Ilreman on the Philadelphia
division of the Pennsylvania Ball-
COLONIAL
MARION DAVIS in
"THE BURDEN OF
PROOF"
Monday, Tuexilay, Wednesday
See MILDRED HARRIS
llride of i luirlip Chaplin on I lor
rihn lloiioyiuoon, in
"BORROWED CLOTHES"
Also CHARLIE CHAPLIN
—in—
"SHOULDER ARMS"
J
Y.M.C.A. Auditorium
Betsy Lane Shepherd
SOPRANO
Sara Gurowitsch
VIOLIN CEI.LOIST
Alma Grade
PIANOIST
First Cycle, December 6, 1918
Second Cycle, December 7,
1918, 8.15 P. M.
BENEFIT OF
East Harrisburg Union
W. C. T. U.
lORPHEUM
Today - Saturday
DEC. 6-7 I
ROBERT sni IIM VN I'ii M iits
T¥J R /* I ¥ I A Moral mid I'enrles* IMoa for
§*{] SI § I K I II ho Betterment of VOUIIK Girl*
111. 11l II I . I V lio Are Without Parent* noil
AA A JLJ VJ ** aJ | llouicM—iComplete Scenic Ilffcets.
M WITHOUT®
Every Mother, Wife. DuiiKliter , n,J"|5 Ajk j fl*
Slater. Sweetheart Should See fS fl B-fl JS it! 0 M
It—lt Telia the Truth anil 0. J 8 #■* ll H, 8 .
Tenelies n l.caaou. A Vital Play I XA VSAili 1 U
■ By WllirXKY COLLINS
T\ • Daily Matinees .. and 50(!
Y RIRPQ NI S HTS • • -><- - 5 - -
ORPHEUM ' . To
mtONLY COMPANY PRESENTING..... I
INTHEORIGINAL. ENTIRETY....
THEGR6ATEST AMERICAN MUSICAL COMEDY
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P CIEWLIACTS I
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BAREBACK RIDERS-GROTESQUEDANCING A-PLENTY
QLJ IP Q Orchestra, $2.00, $1.50, SI.OO; llal
" cony, $l.OO, 75c; Galli'i'y, 25c and 50c
Seat Sale Opens Saturday at 10 A. M.
road, was hurt in roundlious® No.
2 early last evening when a
of steel fell on his left ankle. Ilia
condition was good to-day.
f HILDREN "5
Should not be "dosed* |Wjjh
for colds —apply the
"outside" treatment—
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yrn^immssM
NEW PRICES—3Oc, 60c, $1.20
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Regent Theater!
Home of l'rii iiioii nt anil Artcrnft
John Barrymore .
(lie famous actor'* reii|iicnrnnce
"On the Quiet"
lly AHi INT IS THOMAS
"On the Quiet" Is the famous
Broadway .slag'- success in which
Willie Collier played the part of
the rattle-brained college boy
who went on his gooil behavior
for the suite of a girl with $20.-
000,000. It's better on. the screen
witli John 1 tarry tnore as "Bob
Ifldgway" than it was on the
Broadway stage.
Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday
SPECIAL
"THE HUN WITHIN" ,
It has a splendid patriotic ap
peal, an exceptional strong sto
with many notable screen play' J
IT 1.1, CAST, FKATIHINU
DOROTHY GISH and !:
GEORGE FAWCETT
Also Fatty Arbuckle in
"OUT WEST"
ADMISSION I
lOe mill 510 c ami War Tax
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