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VOTERS TO PASS
ON $50,000 LOAN
IN NOVEMBER
Comniissioncr Lynch to Put
Paving Problem Before
General Electorate
An ordinance directing that voters
should decide at the November elec
tion whether $50,000 shall be loaned
to pay for paving street intersections
and before non-assessable properties
was introduced in Council to-day by
Commissioner W. H. Lynch, super
intendent of the highway depart
ment.
Mr. Lynch explained that it was
necessary to continue the city's pav
ing program by improving North
Cameron street, from Calder to Ma
clay; Herr, from Cameron to Four
teenth, and Chestnut and Nineteenth
streets around the new Edison Jun
ior High school building.
An invitation Was received by
Council that the commissioners
learning, -fey liver, bow
but there is / els or kid
a plain road neys are not
to health — acting natur
easy to find, 1 ally, a dose or
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heed on the needed assist
health road are: ance to renew the
moderate eating, healthy activ
moderate drink- ity of these im
ing, proper ex- portant organs,
ercise, sufficient These depend
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I cleanliness and are prompt, safe
regular move- and effective,
ments of the kid- and to all who
neys and bowels, need guidance,
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Directions of special value to women are with every box.
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29th
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MICKEY
TUESDAY EVENING, RUUUSBURG TELEGRAPH JANUARY 28, 1919
should attend the Roosevelt memor
ial servtces February 9. The council
men accepted the invitation and will
attend in a body.
Upon petition an ordinance was
read which, when passed finally, will
close Kim street, from Sixteenth to
Juniper streets. Three firms, includ
ing two manufacturing plants and
a laundry, asked to have the small
stretch of roadway stricken from
the city plot. Commissioner K. Z.
Gross, in another ordinance which
was introduced, is authorized to sell
'a small triangular piece of ground
to the Sanitary Washing Company
for $350. .
Commissioner S. F. Hassler pre
sented an ordinance authorizing ad
vertising for bids for 2,500 feet of
i cable to be used for underground
I extensions, from Court and Liberty to
[ Briggs and Cowden streets. He also
introduced a measure directing the
installation of two arc lights, one at
Seventh and Division and another at
Twenty-first and Whitehall streets;
a 100-candle power incandescent
light at South and River streets, and
a 100-watt light in Edward street,
between Fifth and Sixth streets.
Commissioner Lynch suggested to
the commissioners that better light
ing should be provided soon for the
Fourteenth ward, after the ordinance
was read locating new lights. The
other councilmen agreed that the re
ccntly annexed territory, will be con
sidered first in placing more arc
I lights.
Commissioner Hassler was author
-1 ized to buy about fourteen tons of
: six-inch pipe and special castings to
, be used for water main extensions
in the Fourteenth wiyd. The pipe
was offered to the city at $45 a ton
while the present, market price is
$7l. It will be shipped to the city
from Huntingdon.
Harry W. Kceny was appoirtted as
sistant city assessor with an annual
salary of SI,SOO upon motion of Com
missioner C. W. Burtnett, the ap
pointment dating from January 1.
Mr. Kceny has been connected with
the office of City Assessor James C.
I Thompson since last summer when
I work was started on the triennial as
sessment in the city. He has had a
number of years of experience with
| one of the larger realty firms of Har-
I rlsburg, handling many transactions
| and keeping close touch with the
sale and purchase of properties both
in Harrlsburg and nearby places.
Commissioner Gross was author
ized to purchase a new automobile
for the city mechanician for $9OO,
the one In use to be turned over to
the Harrisburg Auto Company.
BRIEFS FROM THE
BIG NEWSEVENTS
. By Associated Press
Mnuch Chunk, Pn. —William R. But
ler, of East Mauch Chunk, a member
of the board of directors of the Le
high Valley Railroad Company, died
here t.o-day of heart disease. He was
69 years old.
Knoxvllle, Tenn. —Dr. Brown Ayres,
president of the University of Tenn
essee since 1904, and widely known
In Southern educational circles, died
here to-day after a brief Illness. He
was 62 years of age.
Newport News. The battleship
Nebraska arrived here to-day with
about 1,000 officers- and men from
Fisance, most, of whom will he sent
to New York, New Jersey and Kansas
for demobilization.
Brockton, Mass. Anarchists lit
erature such as has been circulated in
other parts of the country made Its
appearance here to-day. Leaflets
bearing the caption "Go-head" which
may have been a misprint for "go
ahead" were found in several door
ways.
Albany, N Y. The fight over rati
fication of the Federal prohibition
amendment, which was won by the
drys in the assembly last week, shift
ed to the Senate to-day. The com
pletion of ratification by the New
York Legislature either to-day or to
morrow was predicted.
New York. —The Standard Oil Com
pany of New Y'ork tnvdny advanced
the price of refined petroleum for ex
port one cent a gallon, making cases
20.25 cents; tanks 9.25 cents and
standard white In barrels 17.25 cents.
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People who drink a cup of Dr.
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while, seldom. If ever, have any bil
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If He Drinks
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Any mother, wife or sister can
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hOH AUNTY" AT
; THEMAJESTIC
- Fashion Show Is Feature At
• traction; Ventriloquist in
Novelty Number
L "Oh Aunty," a fashion revue, was
x the feature of last night's bill at the
Majestic theater. While the musical
| setting could have been improved
upon, the gowns were very beauti
ful.
• Sea bury and Price—Billed as
s song painters," the two artists were.
, splendid in painting but lacked the
> voice to go with it. Their paintings
were really excellent.
Maria This clever little accordion
ist won loud applause for her excellent
presentation of a number of popuia'r
songs and a lew of the classics. The
.'J I ®. "Quartet from Kigol
ette was one of her big numbers.
tx, u MAJESTIC
? BS , V ulevllle—'"Oh, Aunty!"
/J}} 1 a i,. comedy Fashion Show;
William Ebbs, ventriloquist; Sea
„i". y u* 1 ?, i>r ' ce . novelty entertain
f.-. Kedington and Grant, in an
!iPjV > L the ," nU l ,ute vaudeville offer
ingr, Maria, female accordioniate.
' , ORRHEUM
To-night— 'Miss Blue Eyes."
10-murrow and Thursday, with daily i
, i'T.' 11 Kentucky."
in*! "'j*' l ! and Saturday matinee
and night, January 31 and Febru
ary I—"Seven Days' Eeave."
Monday, night only, February 3
Ihe Very Idea."
Tuesday night and Wednesday, mati
nee and night, February 4 and 6
Ludy*! GeSt ° ffer "° h '
_ COLONIAL
" Be Keniled Y in "A Per-
Wednesduy and Thursday Bert
Lytell in i'he Spender."
Friday and Saturday Constance
Talmadge in ''Who Cares?"
_ REGENT
To-day—Billie Burke In "The Make-
Believe Wife, and a Sennett com
edy.
Wednesday and Thursday Dorothy
Dalton in "Quicksands," and u Sen
nett comedy, "The Pullman Bride."
Friday and Saturday Charles Ray
i l }, String tfeanii," and "Fatty"
(Roscoe) Arbuckle in "The Sheriff."
_ VICTORIA
To-day and to-morrow—William Fox
presents the motion picture won
derful, The Land of the Free."
Thursday "Billie" Rlioades in "The
Girl of My Dreams."
Fr .!n y nd Saturday Houdini in
Ilie Master Mystery." and Tom
Mix in "Treat 'Em Rough."
Madge Kennedy will be seen in "A
Perfect Lady for the last times to
. night. There is no reason
At the to doubt that the screen
Culonlul success will duplicate the
success scored by the stage
production from which it is taken.
It Is beautifully photographed, brim
ful of breezy comedy, and alive with
quick, snappy action. Also, the story
holds to the end, # providing- a pretty
"> bleasing climax. Charming
. Kennedy's engaging smile
and natural grace endow the role of
Mary Higglns" with magnetic ap
peal. Miss Kennedy, as the saucy
burlesque queen, later translated Into
a courageous maiden, who wins
the clergyman's heart, furnishes
really delicious comedy, delicately
shaded pathos, the net result being
a performance warranted to please
her many admirers. She is adequate
ly supported by a brilliant cast, every
member of which contributes to the
feature'/? success.
The Victoria management an
nounces the motion picture wonder
.. I" 1, .. " r 2 ,e Land of the
i . J ree . tlnal showings to-
A Ictorlii day and to-morrow.
v. . ~T he , Btor y of General
Pershing s life is bound to be of uni
versal interest these days, but few
of us dreamed how intensely interest
,, would be until we saw the
William Fox film, entitled, "The Land
or the 1" ree," that was shown at the
Victoria Theater yesterday.
Of one thing we are assured: No
man in public life has had so re
markable a career as this leader of
the American columns in France. All
who saw the wonderful photoplay
were thrilled by a new patriotism
and admiration for those who ure
fighting for the great cause.
"Miss Blue Eyes." a sparkling new
musical comedy, will be at the Or
pheum to-night. There is
"Miss not a dull moment for two
Blue hours and a half. The plot
Eyes" fairly radiates with laugh
ter and the music is the
kind that lingers with you after you
have left the theater. "Miss Blue
Eyes" comes here in three acts of
continuous laughter, with forty peo
ple and the original New York big
production. The chorus is said to be
one of the best-looking and most
graceful ever seen off Broadway
The Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal
says: " 'Miss Blue Eyes,' one of the
best musical comedies that ever came
to Akron this season, got under way
at the Grand Opera House Thursday,
holding the undivided attention of
two large audiences. 'Great' was the
word probably most used by the
patrons of the matinee nnd evening
performances. The company is made
up of comedians, dancers and singers
of excellence, and the plot und music
is strictly of the better class."
"Seven Days' Leave," the big spec
tacular London military drama, will
be presented at the Or
"Seven pheum, Friday night and
Days' Saturday, matinee und
Leave" night. It is now in its
eighteenth month of a con
tinuous run at the Lyceum Theater,
London, Hngland, and recently clos
ed a six months' run at the l'ark
Theater, New York, to tremendous
business.
The story of the play concerns
principally a rollicking young major,
back in London on a leave of ab
sence, with buoyancy and heart
enough to fall in love with a certain
young woman, who ardently welcomes
his wooing. But Cupid hus fairly
opened his eyes to" this affair, when
enters again slnisterly the clutch of
the conlllct, whose roars can still he
heard within the bowers, und from
romance the play instantly stiffens
to the tense thrill of danger for
both the furlough's princln„l und his
fiancee, and, indeed, all about them,
who are dear to both. Many of the
phases of life In London us it as pres
ent—hazards of spies, leveling of
castes, awakening of a finer spirltuul
note—full into the alembic. There
is a thrilling denouement when a
submarine is exploded in view of the
audience.
"The Very Idea." one of the clev
erest and wittiest of comedies, Is
coming to the Orpheum next
"The Monday evening. It Isn't a
Very play for children, but it will
Iden" prove a real laughing treat
for file sophisticated of all
ages, and will be presented hero
with a real cast of metropolitan play
ers. They say that it is delicately
Indelicate or indelicately delicate,
which ever you prefer. But it is
never vulgar, In spite of the fact that
Its subject is a matter, which once on
a timfe, was never discussed openly.
In any event. It was just what New
1 York seemed to like, for It conies here
Scene From the Great Ameri can Play, "In
Old Kentucky," at the Orpheum Tomorrow
--•--f'-v -- -
Theatergoer* will welcome their old friend back to the Orpheum to
morrow and Thursday, with dally nin ttnees, when "In Old Kentucky" re
turns. bringing one of the best cast s ever given this popular play, to
gether with the pickaninny band an d the thoroughbred race horses ,and
d the thoroughbred race horses, and this one of the most valuable pieces
of theatrical property in existence. Shows, like men, may come and go,
but "In Old Kentucky," like Tennyson's brook, bids fair to go on forever'.
A parade a block long will be given at noon, and the Whangdoodle Picka
ninny band will give a concert in front of the theater before each per
formance.
almost direct from a long run at the I
Astor Theater.
The charm of the play lies in the
crispy dialog as well as its unique
theme.
"Oh. Aunty!" is the title of an
elaborate production appearing at the
Majestic, the early half of
At the the present week. It is a
Majestic Fashion Rdv'ue,'worked out
along musical comedy lines,
and while the spectatftr is getting a
glimpse of the very latest ih wearing
apparel, he or she is also given a
little entertainment on the side, such
as a bit of comedy or a tuneful mel
ody. The act is lavishly staged and
well resented by eight people, most
of whom ore girls, who look their
prettiest in chic hats, beautiful even
ing gowns, etc. le bill surrounding
this attraction is certain to please,
and includes the following acts: Wil
liams Ebbs, in a very clever ven
triloquial offering; Maria, attractive
young girl, in a repertoire of popular
selections on the piano accordion
the type of act that always appeals
to ITarrisburgers; Kedlngton and
Grant, novelty entertainers, and Sea
bury and Price, resenting something
unusual along vaudeville lines.
Dorothy Dalton will appear in her
newest photoplay,*. "Quicksands," at
the Regent Theater to-mor-
At the row and Thursday. This
Hegent great drama is a revelation
of the life of a cabaret girl
behind the scenes. The wife of a
bank cashier wrongfully accused of
a crime and wrongfully imprisoned
she is forced to sing in the cabaret
for her living. She displays a tre
mendous amount of power in her de
lineation of the role. A comedy. "The
. Pullman Bride," will also be shown.
Billie Burke is appearing to-day at
the Regent in her newest and best
picture, "The Make-Believc Wife." In ]
it she displays exquisite daintiness J
and dramatic talent. A Sennett com
edy is also on the bill. "Fatty"
(Roscoe) Arbuckle is scheduled for
Thursday, Friday and Saturday In '
his latest picture, "The Sheriff."
Bushman Murder Trial
Opens; Select but Two
Jurymen From 40 Called
Gettysburg, Pa., Jan. 28.—Tho
opening of the trial of the Bushman
murder ease has been delayed longer
than had been expected. It was the
middle of the afternoon before Clar
ence Collins, one of the youths who
is alleged to have confessed as one of
the sluyers of George Bushman, was
taken into the court room. The
Grand Jury held the case longer
than it was thought they would and
the true bill against Collins was not
returned to the court until the aft
ernoon was partly gone. It was then
decided that separate trial of Col
lins and lleinecker should be held.
Attorneys on both sides bad agreed
that the men could be tried together,
but the court held that as all the
charges and bills of indictment had
been made out separately, the men
should be tried separlely. A true bill
was also found against Retnceker,
but it had been determined to try
Collins first. The work of selecting
the jury began immediately. Al
though nbout forty men have been
called and examined, only two have
been accepted.
Capitol Hill Notes
SchnlTor to Act. Proceedings to
restrain the telephone companies of
Pennsylvania fwun putting into effect
tlie increased rates ordered by the
federal government will be taken in
the Dauphin county court late to-day
or to-morrow by Attorney General
Schaffer. The attorney general was
In conference with the Public Service
Commissioners to-day and said that
he was having the papers prepared
for as early action as possible. The
elTect of this action will be to re
quire the telephone companies to de
fend the Increase.
Mr. Nnumnn Aained. Albert B.
Welmer, the new reporter of supreme
court decisions, who took the oath of
office before Secretary of the Com
monwealth Woods to-day, appointed
Spencer Gilbert Nauman, a member
of the Dauphin county bar and resi
dent. of Harrisburg, as assistant.
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Bill to Prevent Ticket
Scalping Goes In
Among the bills introduced in the
House to-day was one by Mr. Cans,
Philadelphia, forbidding sale of
theater tickets for more than the
price printed on the face of the
ticket under penulty of $5O to $5OO
fine or 30 days in jail.
A bill establishing a state fisher
man's license of one dollar, was in
troduced by Mr. Powell. Luzerne.
This bill aroused much discussion in
the session of 1917.
Two amendments to the public
service law were Introduced. Mr.
Allum, Mercer, presented one that
new rates shall not be effective until
approved by the commission. The
present law provides that rates may
be effective on thirty days' notice.
The other from Mr. Shunk. Erie,
gives the commission authority to
suspend rates.
Rills presented Included: Author
izing county treasurers to retain ten
cents on hunters' licenses.
Mr. Benchoff, Franklin—Providing
that pupils not presenting certificates
of successful vaccination may be ex
pelled from school.
Mr. Pulmer, Schuylkill, introduc
ed a hill reguluting payment to the
state of unclaimed shares from as
sets of corporations and providing
for refunds; providing for payment
to the state without escheat of un
claimed deposits upon proceedings
by the Attorney General and provid
ing that state fiscal officers mav
make refunds instead of requiring
a suit in the Dauphin county court.
The House adjourned at 11.45 a. m.
until 10 a. m. Wednesday.
Lorraine With Shaffer
on Board Still at Sea
, Friends of Walter D. Shaffer, the
Dauphin aviator in service for months
with the French flying corps, who
was expected homo to-day, learned
that the Lorraine, the steamer on
which he sailed for the United States,
has not arrived yet. Adjutant Shaf
fer will be given a big reception by
tiie residents of the borough north of
the city. While in service he was
awarded the Croix do Guerre. Later
h e was captured by the Germans, but
was liberated after the signing of
the armistice.
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STATE DEPT. WILL
BE MODERNIZED
Bill Presented in Senate Said
to Have Approval of
Governor
A bill reorganizing the Depart
ment of the Secretary of the Com
monwealth, \yhich has been operat
ing under a salary list more than a
quarter of a century old, was intro
duced in the Senate to-day by Sen
ator Crow, Fayette. The bill is un
derstood to have the approval of the
Governor.
The salary of the Secretary of the
Department remains at $B,OOO and
the deputy is to be puld $4,000.
The bill divides the department
into six bureaus. The executive
bureau with a chief clerk in charge
will look after the work of the board
of pardons. The other divisions of
the department will be a bureau of
corporation with a chief at $4,000,
an assistant and eleven other clerks
who will handle all charters and
similar work; commission bureau
with a chief at $3,000 and three
clerks who will look after all com
missions and bonds; election and
legislative bureau with a superin
tendent at $3,000 and two clerks;
requsition and warrant bureau with
a chief clerk at $2,000 and two re
cording clerks, and a registration
bureau with a chief clerk at $2,500.
The bill makes very few increases
in the force. It places the work of
the Board of Pardons on a definite
busis instead of a number of places
carrying salaries of a few hundred
dollars a year. The department has
lost a number of skilled men in the
last few years as the salaries paid
in other branches of the state gov
ernment and various vocations were
higher than authorized by law for
the State Department.
Secretary Cyrus E. Woods said to
day that the reorgaplzation of the
department and the redistribution of
the employes would bring about
more efficiency in the operation of
the department.
Among the bills presented to the
Senate this morning was one by Sen
ator Sassuman lterks, giving women
COLONIAL
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—IX—
A Perfect Lady
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
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Presents the Most Populjr Play Ever Written
TIVT | I j. I |
I ml THE fllllTKI) AND
I f EXCITING IBIRSE RACE
the Famous Kentucky
TioitOUUHUHED, tUEEN BESS
■ ■■ I 1 THE lOM.ICKING FUN OF THE
■ ■■ill f INIMITABLE l'K'K ANINNIES
KENTUCKY
WRITTEN B1 C. T. DAZEY
3 KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED HORSES 3
DDIfCC MATINEES and 90^
rixltLiU NIGHTS i 25£ to $lOO
2 DAYS S NG JAN. 31
PEC'IAIi MATIJKE SATURDAY
TREMENDOUS TRiUMPH AND MOST
SENSATIONAL SUCCESS IN A DECADE
A ROMANTIC TALE OF LOVE AND VAL*R
FULL OF SUSPENSE AND EXCITEMEN"
THE SORT OF A PLAY THAT MAKES YOUR H.O>D
TINGLE
NO | Not a Pictue
NOTABLE CAST MASSIVE PRODLCTON
PDirCC Matinee,
Nights, to $1.50.
equal rightsftdth men, as stock aa<
officeholders!!! corporations, and if)
other by Sejator McConnell, Nbrth
umberland, Authorizing county c<±>
trollers of with population
between IOiOOO and 150,000 to ap
point a solfitor, and to fix his al
ary. I /
The Sende adjourned at noorfun
til 9 p. mJMonday.
To Eemove Dandruf
Get a mall bottle of
at any d(ug store for a tej cents
pour a li(|lo into your liand.nd rut
well into;the scalp with tp flngei
tips. By horning most, If rft all, o;
this awfil scurf will have
ed. Two) or three applica' orls tvll
destroy /very bit of danrfuff; stoj
scalp itcllng and falling sir.
How's This?
We ofer $lOO.OO for 0 case ol
catarrh that cannot b cured bj
HALL'S CATAIIRH MEjCINE.
IIALL/S CATARRH AfDICINE h
taken internally and actihrough th<
Blood tti the Mucous Spaces of the
System,
Sold by druggists C over fortj
years.
Price 75c. TestimoiVls free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,bledo, Ohio.
Regent "heater

Tod |
Final Slio'K of
BILLIE URKE
"The Make Bieve Wife,"
mid Sentij Comedy.
Tomorrow Thnrmday
DOROTH DALTON
In Her Ilelense,
"Qui^ands."
BENNE7 COMEDY,
"The l'lfrnn Pride."
Thurndny, Snturdny "Fat
ty" (lts/> Arbtickle In
"Tf Sheriff."
J
VI(TORIA
To-ilnv, (Tile Chaplin In "THE
HIVAIi Alno Stu
■tendons Fox Motion I'lc
turc Wonif"!' "THE LAM) OF
THE Fit El l'! ,e Idle of Caeneral
John J. I'eAli'K-
May Evans will King
the Niitlf" fong Success,
"MICKEY/
Thnrsdii— BILLY IIIIOADK In
"THE til? OF MY DRHAMS."
Frldur /> d Satlirdny—llOl DIM,
In "THE{ASTER MYSTERY" nnd
Tom Ml v 1 "TREAT 'EM ROUGH."
All M Week The gJWMMMMI
Mack snett Comedy Thunder
bolt, "MKEY."
Adinlssi. the and 20c and wnr tax

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