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EDISON JUNIOR HIGH
SCHOOL NOTES
Section BA-4 has effected a perma
nent organization for the first semes
ter. Dorothy Edmonson has been
elected president. The other officers
are; Vice-president, George Roden
heiser; secretary, Ruth Craft; assist
ant, secretary. Mary Eckles; treasur
er, Florence Kirk; assistant treasur
er, Mildred Yeager; class captain for
boyts, Lester Fellers; lieutenant for
boyss, Luther Bowerman; class captain
for girls, Miriam Winters; lieutenant
fior girls. Jessie Good; parliamentary
grltic, Edith Hotter; assistant parlia
tary critic, Foster Keller; watch your
screech critic, Evelyn Long; reporter
•to Edison Guard, Agnes Hotter.
The Edison Community paid tribute
to the memory of Theodore Roose
velt on his birthday. Since tho un
finished state of the chapel did not
permit the assembling of the school
the teachers of History and English
held fitting exercises in their class
rooms during the regular recitations
of the classes that came to them.
Manager Lyons is experiencing con
| Beauty Questions
J By MADAME M.AREB
Squeezing and pinch
ing out blackheads
) make the pores large
T* and cause irritation
then, too, after they
have become hard you
HKI cannot get all of thom
HwSf out. Blackhcaa3 r.re
caused by accumula
. tions of dust and dirt
ir d^ retlon * from tl,e ski * and there
is only one safe and sure way and
a simple way, too—that is to dis
solve them. Just get from any drug
* °*" e . abo }'' two ounces of powdered
j-.eroxin, eO cents' worth—sprinkle a
little on a hot wet sponge—rub over
the blackheads briskly for a few sec
onds wash off and you'll be surprised
to see that every blackhead has dis
appeared, and the skin will be left
soft and the pores in their natural
condition—anyone troubled with these
unsightly blemishes should try this
fimply- method.
ALL OUT—I do not wonder that
you are disgusted with the hair tonics
commonly sold. Did it. ever occur to
you that you need a real hair grower
instead of a hair tonic? Here is a
formula which has a wonderful effect
upon the cell-growth of hair, and re
sults can he quickly seen in the
vigorous growth and lengthening of
hair, and in its added luster and fluf
finess. Here is the formula: To half
a pint of bay rum add half a pint
of water (or else you may use a full
pint of witch-hazel if y-ou wish) and to
this add one ounce of beta-quinol,
which will cost no more than 50 cents
at the drugstore.
Mrs. T. C. G.—Cheer up! You'll be
one of the happiest women in the
world in a few days. I can promise
you that, because your dream of a
beautiful complexion will sorely come
true if you do as 1 say. Thousands
have done it; you can do it- It never
fails. Stop using all the prepared
complexion creams sold in the stores
and make your own this way, in a
few moments. Mix one ounce of zin
tone. 50 cents' worth, and two table
spoonfuls of glycerine in a pint of
water. It's simple and wonderful, i
Every spot will vanish and leave your
skin like that of the fairies you've
read about. You can be sure of it.
United States Food Administration License No. G35305
432 MARKET STREET
Specials for Wednesday, October 29,1919
Picnic Hams, any size, 1b..... 20c
Pin Steak and Club Steak, 1b..22c
I Fresh Sausage Links, lb. 25c
Choice Chuck Roast, lb 16c
Top Rib and Fleshy Boil, lb. ... 14c
Garlic Links, Smoked Sausage, lb. . ...20c
Lamb Chops, lb 20c
B. B. Special Butterine, 2 lbs. for 65c
Fresh Pudding, lb 20c
Small Fresh Hearts and Beef Kidneys,
lb. 12e
Sliced Liver, 2 lbs. for 15c, or lb 8c
I Butchers' Bologna, Cleveland Bologna,
lb 22c
65 Markets in TYinolpal Cities of 15 States
Main Office—Chicago, 111.
Packing House—Peoria, 111.
All Meats C. S. Government Inspected
All Goods Purchased Guaranteed or Money Refunded
When you puff up on a
King Oscar Cigar
You're getting a dam good
smoke for the money. Care,
brains, experience and the de
sire to do the right tiling takes
care of that*
7c at All Dealers
John C. Herman & Co.
Harrisburg, Pa.
TUESDAY EVENING,
sldorablc trouble with the schedule,
hast week tliu manager thought that
he had succeeded in completing his
schedule, but several teams have tried
to change the dates of their games
with Edison and as a result the man
ager finds that he has two open dates.
These dates are November 1 and 8.
He can arrange games at home for
Saturday morning or away for Sat
urday afternoon.
Manager Lyons had thought to
play Miliersburg on tho Bth, but there
was some misunderstanding on tho
part of Miliersburg, and Miliersburg
has scheduled another team for that
date. He would be pleased to ar
range a game with a good team on
eithor of the above dates.
Section BR-2 selected its officers for
tho first semester. The officers elect
tr are: President, Clyde Rosenberger;
vice-president, Ellen Holbort; secre
tary, Francis Benedict; assistant sec
retary, Eugenia Webster; treasurer,
Marie Thompson; assistant treasurer,
Dorothea Sinyser; class captain for
bays, Jerome Kelly; lieutenant for
boys, Carl Monlsmlth; class captain
for girls, Anna Fisher; parliamentary
critic. Agnes Clancy; watch your
speech critic, Helen Weaver; assist
ant watch your speech critic, Helen
tjuuld; reporter to the Edison Guard,
John Carl.
PEN BROOK RKD CKOSS TO
HOLD ANNUAL MEETING
A mass meeting will be held in the
Penbroolc Community Civic Club
House. Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock,
at which time the third Red Cross
roll call will be discussed. The speak
er of the evening will be Mrs. Mabel
Cronise Jones. At this meeting the
officers of the Penbrook branch of the
Red Cross will be elected for the
coming year.
LEW TENDLER, WIN'S DECISION
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 28. Lew
Tendler, Philadelphia lightweight,
was given a shade over Harvey
Thorpe, Kansas City, in every' round
of their ten round fight by the ma
jority of newspaper opinion last
night- Thorpe received a cut over
one ye in the third round and was
handicapped by blood the remainder
of the bout. They are lightweights.
WHEN RHEUMATIC
PAINS HIT HARD
Have Sloan's Liniment ready for
those sudden rheumatic
twinges
DON'T let that rheumatic pain
or ache find you without
Sloan's Liniment again. Keep
it handv in the medicine cabinet for
immediate action when needed. If
vou are out of it now, get another
bottle today, so you won't suffer any
longer than necessary when a pain
or ache attacks you.
Apply it without rubbing—for it
penetrates giving prompt relief of
sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, lame
ness soreness, sprains, strains,
bruises. Be prepared keep it
handy.
LIVE SPORTING NEWS
Tech High Celebrates;
Honor Roosevelt Yesterday
With the big Mercersburg con
test stowed away In the win column.
Tech High will play a game on the
Island Saturday afternoon. Just
I who the victim will be is not as yet
known, although Lehigh Reserves
loom up as the probable team.
celebration over the Mercersburg
game was not held yesterday be
ing postponed until this morning,
when Tech cheer leaders let loose
with a vengeance.
Yesterday morning's chapel yvas
given over to a celebration of Roose
velt's birthday. George Ross Hull,
a fonmer Tech teacher, and at pres
ent connected with the Dauphin
county bar, spoke to tho students on
the life of Roosevelt. Ho empha
sized the moral courage In the great
leader.
Rather than put an anti-climax
on the thoughts of the former great
Ajnerican leader, Dr. Foger an
nounced that the Mercehsburg vic
tory would be celebrated this morn
ing. Yesterday morning Paul Strlne
of the Junior class, was awarded the
sweater by Forrey*s haberdashery
for having guessed tho nearest to
the Mercersburg score. Another
sweater will be given to the best
guesser of the Greensburg score.
No practice was held yesterday,
but Coach Smith will put the team
through hard practice beginning to
day In preparation for the Lehigh
Reserve aggregation. The reserves
are of goodly quality. Washington.
D. C., Central will come here •'next
week.
Harrisburg Telegraph Wins
in Match With Patriot Team
In the first of a series of bowling
contests between Harrisburg Tele
graph employes and Patriot workers,
the former won out last night. The
victor's margin was 19 pins. Tele
graph bowlers who were champions
among the printers last year in in
dependent contests showed old time
form, winning three matches by a
margin of 72, 10 and 87, respective
ly. The contest was bowled on the
Academy alleys. The second game
of the series will be played on the
Casino alleys Monday evening.
(Sports on Opposite Page)
farxttm scores big
IN" "LAST OF nCANES"
William Farnum scored again, and
scored big. when he appeared on the
screen yesterday at the Victoria The
ater in "The Last of the Duanes," a
picturization of the novel by Zane
Grey. In addition to having a strong
ly sympathetic love story running
throughout the drama, Mr. Farnunt's
impersonation of Buck Duane is pe
culiarly vivid. It is difficult to re
alize that any man could escape se
rious injury in the many things that
the star has to do in this picture-
Briefly. the story tells of Buck Du
ane, who to save his own life has to
kill a man who threatened him—
after which he flees from civilization
and gets in with outlaws. He rescues
a girl from a bandit chief and after
she is recaptured from him she again
escapes and reaches his mother's
home. While he is evading the of
ficers of the law tho girl bends every
energy to free him from the stigrna
of murder and eventually Buck Du
ane, the outlaw, becomes Buck Du
ane, the Texas Ranger, and" cleans up
the worst of the border gangs.
Better Than Mother Made
"Dinner will be ready in about five
minutes now," said Mrs. Higby, as she
went over to where her husband was
reading.
He looked up with a smile. "Do you
remember," he teased, "when we were
lirst married—how you used to fuss
about dinner, and get so tired that you
were done out for the rest of the even
ing?"
"Do I?" replied his wife emphatic
ally. It was dessert that did it, too.
The many weary hours I've put in try
ing to make cornstarch pudding be
cause I knew it was your favorite des
sert—well 1"
"Thank goodness," they both chanted
solemnly, "for Puddine."
"We're going to have it tonight for
dessert, too—l've made the most lus
cious chocolate blanc mange with Pud
i dine," said Mrs. Higby.
"Fine!" replied her husband en
thusiastically—"let's eat."
Later as Mr. Higby was eating his
dessert—and enjoying it immensely—
Mrs, Higby said: "We have Mrs. Doran
to thank for this. I'll never forget the
•afternoon she stopped over when I had
just finished a cornstarch pudding that
was lumpy, and thin, and just generally
impossible.
" 'Don't you use Puddine?" she
asked. 'lt's the very dessert you should
know about. It always turns out right.
All you have to do is just to add milk,
either fresh or condensed, and sugar,
and boil three minutes.' "
"I was very skeptical. 'And have it
turn out like this cornstarch pud
ding?' I said.
•• 'Nothing of the kind," she retorted
indignantly. 'You pour it into a mold
and when it is cool, you have a firm,
unooth mound of the most delicious
lessert you ever tasted—chocolate, rose
vanilla, ordnge, lemon—any flavor you
like.' "
"I remember the first time you had
it," said Mr. Higby.
"The reason you like it so well," re
plied his wife, "is because you can eat
as much of itas you want to."
"Perhaps you're right," he replied
but when it comes to the pie and cake
fillings and Ice cream—to say nothing
of desserts that you make with Puddine
—well, the thincs that mother used to
make have nothing on yours!"
Mrs. Higby smiled contentedly.
"And to think." she said, "that Puddine
s go inexpensive. I've served 15 gen
erous helpings with one 15c box of Pud
lire."
When you order your groceries to
day, include Puddine.—Adv.
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Be sure and get a 50-cent box to
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them.
. HAHRIBBURG TET.EGKXP3
BOWLING
ACADEMY DLCKI'IN LEAGUE
BIIAVES
Andrews ... 137 159 89— 376
Rice 145 120 11— 376 1
Magaro .... 126 100 160— 386
Burd 102 120 118— 340
Sol 156 102 132 390
Totals .... 666 601 601—1868
ATHLETICS
Gordon 89 115 171—375
Howe 112 130 87— 329
G. Martin .. 97* 101 130— 328
Denny 131 115 115— 361
Herbin 139 159 200— 498
Totals 568 620 703 —1891
Schedule for Tuesday, October 28:
Senators vs. Red Sox; Giants vs.
White Sox.
YANKEES
Taylor 122 106 128— 356
Hoy 108 107 130— 345
R. Harmon. 109 136 109— 354
Kerson 11l 105 104— 320
Deiseroth .. 156 116 143 415
Totals .... 606 570 614—1790
CUBS
Shipley .... 119 129 109— 357
Low 112 108 115— 335
Sible 106 11*2 100— 318
Nunemaker 131 107 119— 357
Burger ..... 124 109 143 376
Totals 592 565 586 —1743
CASINO DUCK PIN LEAGUE
SENATORS
Gosnell 123 152 110— 385
Askins 132 122 107— 361
Blanca 125 111 136 372
Bingham ... 83 101 93 277
Hinkle 144 92 134 370
Totals .... 607 578 580—1765
NOBLES
Mosher ...... 105 108 120— 233
Turner .... 95 105 91—• 291
Wright 118 106 129 353
Boas ....... 113 135 117— 365
Leo 123 143 111— 377
Totals .... 554 697 568—1719
Standing of the Teams
W. L. Pet.
Victors ................ 4 2 .666
Senators . 5 4 .555
Keystones 3 3 .500
Crescents ..... 3 3 .500
Nobles . , , 4 5 .444
Giants 2 4 .333
CASINO TENPIN LEAGUE
ORPHEUMS
Gulbrandsen 192 177 210— 579
Hippie 139 149 190— 477
R. Martin.— 157 159 156- 472
Weber ...... 161 224 156 543
Ross 177 176 187— 540
Totals 826 884 901—2611
ALPHAS
Earley 191 137 146 474
Lightner —* 177 166 194 537
Bentz 153 156 182— 491
Kobb 119 125 167 451
Morrison 143 172 174 489
Totals .... 823 756 863—2441
Standing of the Teams
W. L. Pet.
Majestic . . ... .... —— 6 9 1.000
Jolly Five 5 1 .833
Orpheums ............ 6 3 .666
Crescents .... 2 4 .333
Colonials ............ 2 4 .333
Alphas 0 7 .000
Schedule for Tuesday, October 28:
Crescents vs. Jolly Five.
RAILROAD LEAGUE
GALAHADS
R%ifr . 132 132 141— 405
Kleiner 120 174 116— 410
Starry —_ 148 113 129 390
Hawley 119 121 152 392
Stouffer 137 140 123 400
Totals 656 680 661—1997
TRAINMEN
Schriver l7B 159 179 516
Richwine 136 137 420
Moser ..... 137 110 155 402
McFarland ..... 164 -42 161— 467
Beck ..... . 156 187 200— 543
Totals 771 735 842—2348
Standing of the Teams
Teams W. L PC.
Electricians .... . 7 2 .777
Trainmen 9 3 '750
Inspectors .... 4 2 .661
Air Brake Shop ......... 3 3 .500
PilX Shop 4 5 .444
Engine House No. 2 4 5 444
Engine House No. 1 4 5 .444
Galahad 0 3 .000
Dujitlat League
CRESCENTS
A. Hocker 174 170 176 520
M. Urich 124 110 130— 364
C. Price 133 95 112— 340
J. Pearson ...... 145 152 156 453
P. Arnold ........ 125 156 115—896
Totals 7Ol 83 689—2073
TRIANGLES
W. Mailey ....... 89 74 80—173
H. Winchell .... 154 133 118— 405
F. Renckle ...... 134 114 133 411
R. Haines ...... 165 153 183—-501
P.. Shoemaker ... 129 117 134 369
Totals 671 591 648—1870
AGOGA BLUES
J. Deal ........ 11l 132 126 —369
J Gerner 81 148 115— 344
J. Miller ........ 119 69 160—348
•H. Shaner ....... 114 96 113—323
J. Shaffer 107 107 130— 344
Totals 532 552 644—1728
AGOGA WHITES
E. Boiling 80 158 131— 369
J. Shaner 9l 128 117— 336
J. Conrad ...... 101 134 116— 351
F. Cuppett _ 75 68 110— 253
L. Sible ....... 102 98 158— 358
Totals 449 686 632—1167
Standing of the Teams
Teams. W. L. P.C.
Crescents ......... ...... 3 1 .750
Agoga Blue 2 1 .666
Agoga Whites —....... 1 2 .333
Triangles 0 2 .000
MISCELLANEOUS
FIREMEN
Martz ........... 77 106 99 282
Smith ... 90 60 92 242
D. Whitman ..... 11l 92 , 90—293
G. Reinhart .... 92 83 76 251
Clark ........... 74 110 122 306
Totals 443 451 479—1373
INSPECTORS
Spangler 103 117 109— 329
Hamilton 84 103 106— 293
R Whitman 92 85 69 246
Lewis 107 137 136—380
R. Reeser lll v 110 145 366
Totals 497 552 565—1614
(f .6RYs9cmfwypushrdluhmfdlyhmdwny
Y. W. C. A. Opens Drive
For Members in Silk Mill
The Y. W. C. A. opened its mem
bership campaign at the Harrisburg
Bilk Mill at noon to-day, when Mrs.
William Jennings told of the recent
visit of the Queen ot Belgium. Mis 3
Wynn Cassle sang and told of her
work as a "Y" entertainer" In France,
and Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones, chair
man of the industrial department pre
sented the claims of her department.
Gustavo Koster and Miss Anna
Householder are conducting the
membership campatgn at the mill, as
sisted by the director of all industrial
work program* at tha mill. Mrs. J. B.
Carruthera.
I f——-—1
Newsy Jottings of Theater and Screen
■ —-.-.—4 I
A Scene From A. H. Woods' Dramatic Novelty,
"Under Orders," Coming to the Orpheam
The most artistic play of recent
years will be seen at the Orpheum on
Friday and Saturday wifen A. H.
Woods presents Orders" for
an engagement of two days. The
play comes to the Orpheum Theater
direct from Hs extraordinary success
in New York and in the principal ci
ties of the Fast, where it was hailed
ORPHEUM 1
To-night Stewart and Morrison's
smart musical comedy, "Betty, Be
Good."
To-morrow night only—Walter Hast
offers "Eve and the Man." with
Helen Holmes.
Thursday night only. Oct. 30 —"Good
Morning. Judge," with George Has
sell.
Friday night and Saturday matinee
and night—A. H. Woods dramatic
success, "Under Orders."
Monday night only, Nov. 3 —"Letty
Arrives," with Clara Joel. k
MAJESTIC
High Class Vaudeville.—Dixon and
Mack, dancing and xylophone play
ing: Wilcox Le Croix presents his
rapid-fire success. "Cold Coffee";
Pallfrey, Hall and Brown present
an act that is funny from begin
ning to end; two other Keith acts
and another episode of "The Fatal
Fortune, featuring daring Helen
Holmes.
COLONIAL,
To-day and to-morrow —Last show
ings of Corrinne Griffith in "The
Climbers," the famous stage suc
cess by Clyde Fitch.
Thursday, Fridav and Saturday
"Choosing a Wife," a First Nation
al production.
VICTORIA
To-day and to-morrow only—William
Farntim in "The Last of the Du
nnes." from the novel of the same
name by Zane Grey.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday—Tom
Mix in "The Speed Maniac."
REGENT
To-dav —Wallace Reid in "The Love
Burglar." Billy West in "The Strike
Breaker." . _ ..
To-morrow and Thursday—Dorothy
Dalton in "The Market of Souls."
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Mack Sennett Bathing Girls in 'Up
in Alt's Place."
Fridav and Saturday—Charles Ray in
"Bill Henry."
"EVE AND THE MAX"
Walter Hast, who will be remem
bered as the theatrical producer who
sponsored the presentation of the
Cosmo Hamilton comedy, "Scandal."
will on to-morrow night present for
the first time here a new play wrftten
bv Frederick Bruegger and entitled
'Eve and the Man." The offering is
announced as an occult drama and is
said to treat on novel lines of a
vouthful love romance which is in
terrupted through the machinations
of one versed in the mystic lore of
India. Prominent in the group of
players assembled for the interpreta
tion of the various characters of trie
plav are Ramsey Wallace, S. Miller
Kent. Helen Holmes and Edith King.
Artistically designed scenery, elab
orately built, will be a feature of the
production, which will later be pre
sented on Broadway.
"GOOD MORNING. JUDGE"
Cunningham and Clements, the fea
tured dancing team with Good
Morning. Judge." are old favorites
with vaudeville audiences, but have
not been seen by the latter for a long
time This for the reason that they
were introduced in the scene
when "Good Morning. Judge was
given Its American premiere earlj
last season and made such a favor
able impression with their sensation
al whirlwind dances that they
retained throughout the run of th._
mns cal comedy, which extended
throiTghout the entire season. Before
its close they were re-engaged for
this season. They will be seen with
"Good Morning, Judge at the Or
pheum Theater on Thursday.
"LETTY ARRIVES"
"Letty Arrives" is the title of L.
Lawrence Weber's first production of
the season, described as a farcical ro
mance in three acts bv Sydney
Rosenfeld, and which will be re
vealed here for the first time at the
Orpheum Theater on Monday
ing November 3. the engagement be
ing for one night only. While th
author has designated his work as a
"farcical romance, the play is reall.
of that high type of comedy and
farce comedv which have made such
rdavs as "Adam and Eva." "Clarence
End "Scandal" the reigning
in New York this season. Not that
"Lettv Arrives" bears any resem
blance, otherwise, to the aforemen
tinned clavs. however. Mr. Rosenfeld
has! It is skid, created in the title role
Vhe character of a young woman
quite new to the theater but one who
will be easily recognized as the pro
totype of many of our modern young
women—the young women who are
beginning to cast traditions awav
and who are beginning to think for
themselves. To tell in advance the
ptorv of any play must needs rob the
rlavgoer of a considerable P°rO°n <J f
his" rights, but an idea of Letty s
character may be gleaned from one of
her speeches In the play in which she
maintains that "there must be a less
terrlfving way of being settled than
bv getting married."
Mr Weber has assembled a metro
-a'litnn cast of players for his new
offering which includes Clara Joel.
Tds Waterman. Mona Burns. Nellie
Callahan. Louis Kimball. T.' J". Carrl
gnn Albert Gran. George Vivian.
Frederick Baane and others.
MARGARET ANGI.IN
Margaret Anglln, who Is well re
membered for her great emotional
undertakings In "Zira,""The Awat
ening of Helena Ritchie" and for ex
cellent work- in the Greolc tragedies.
,as one of the most notable, artistic
Achievements in many years. "Under
Orders is described us a dramatic
novelty in four acts by Berte Thomas
with revision and elaboration by Roi
Cooper Megrue. It Is said to be so
new in its technical method as to be
practically unlike anything ever seen
on the. stage.
[after a season in the delightful come
dy. "BiJUtted," will now be seen in a
| modern play called "The Woman of
P.ronze." by Henry Kistermacckers
and 'Eugene Delard. Miss Anglin
comes to the Orpheum Theater for an
engagement of one night only on
iTusdny (Election Day), November 4.
The versatility of this charming ac
tress Is acknowledged by the theater
going public who have witnessed all
lhe roles, she has portrayed, from the
light comedv to the heavy emotional
dramas l . "The Woman of Bronze"
gives to Miss Anglin another chance
to display her talents as an emotion
al actress. In her supporting com
pany are Fred Eric, Harriet Sterling,
Edna Walton, F.ennett Southard,
Langdon Bruce. Nina Morris, Ralph
Kemmet and others. The staging of
the play has been under the personal
direction of Miss Anglin.
AT THE MAJESTIC
Pallfrey, Hall and Brown, the last
act at the Majestic Theater on this
week's bill. Is a real headllner that
has played every large Keith vaude
ville house in the world. This is one
of the fastest novel aots on the vau
deville stage. A clever tramp come
dian amuses with his clever dancing
while riding a one-wheel bicycle and
stunts, while the other members of
the company are putting over some
thing else. The scenery is equally
good. Large electric signs are seen
flashing, etc. This, however. Is only
one of the five headliner Keith acts
playing at the Majestic this week.
Another episode of the famous serial,
"The Fatal Fortune," featuring dar
ing Helen Holmes, is also being
shown.
Owing to illness Noodles Fagan,
who was to play here the first half
of this week, was forced to cancel
his engagement.
DOUBLE ATTRACTION AT REGENT
An unusual attraction will be
shown at the Regent Theater to-day.
Wallace Reid will be seen in the new
Paramount picture, "The Love Bur
glar," which proved so popular with
yesterday's audiences and Billy West
will cavort another day in his side
splitting comedy, "The Strike Break
er."
Seeing Wallace Reid In any photo
play is a delight, but to see him as a
society idler of wealth, who imper
sonates a crook is a revelation. "The
Love Burglar" presents Wallace Rejd
In a most unusual and excellent role.
R E (3 E INT
TRIPLE ATTRACTION TODAY
WALLACE REID
"THE LOVE BURGLAR"
BILLY WEST
In Hlh Funniest
"The Strike Breaker"
Admission: 10 and -0 Cents
TOMORHOAV nnd THURSDAY
"THE MARKET OF SOULS"
Starring the Beautiful
DOROTHY DALTON
1 WIIMggMNTIT
HAVE YOU EVER TRIED
COLD
COFFEE?
It's delicious when served the
Majestic way
4—Other Keith Acts —4
PALLFREY, HALL
And BROWN
' WIIK&WMT3
WED. NIGHT, OCT. 29
WALTER HAST Presents
AN OCCULT DRAMA
I EVE AND
THE MAN
By Frederick Hrueggcr
with an exceptional cast
Including
Helen Holmes, Ramsey Wallace,
Edith King, S. Miller Kent,
Betty Murray, Claude Bccrbohm
PRICES 50c to 92.00
OCTOBER 28, 1919.
AT THK COI.OMAI,
Corrlnno Griffith scored a tremen
dous success at the Colonial Theater i
yesterday when her latest great pho
toplay success. "The Climbers." was I
shown for the ttrst time In Harris-1
luirg. Tills photoplay Is adapted |
from the famous stage success of the
same name by Clyde Fitch, popular
playwright.
Miss Griffith takes the loading' role
in a masterful manner and so well
docs she act her part that anyone
TUCKER'S
production I
Miiadc^
*7, 11 ■ GEOM3E. M. COHAN |
111 Bated on tho Story by j
||| FRANK, L.FACKAUD
jz/ Q>ammoiu\lf]rtavft Q>iclure
The motion picture
with an amaiing soul
The characters in "The I
Miracle Man" are as vivid I
as those you love or hate j
in real life.
There never were four
human beings more '
drenched in the deviltry
of big city crime than |
Tom Burke, the shark; i
Rose, the girl with the I
tigress-temperament; The
Frog, deformity expert; j
and The Dope, a cunning
, drug fiend—
And there never was a
finer and simpler heart
than that which beat in the
| bosom of the Patriarch.
But when it came to a
show-down the simple J
Patriarch won. He had a
trump card. What was it? I
INEW YORK SYMPHONY
Walter Damrosch— Conductor
i Soloist
MAGDELINE BRARD
(Sensational Child Pianiste of France)
Chestnut Street Auditorium
November 1, at 2.15 O'clock
Tickets $1.50, SI.OO, 750 Now on Sale at
C. M. SIGLER MUSIC HOUSE, 30 N. Second St.
Direction of Salome Sanders
VICTORIA
TODAY AND TOMORROW—-LAST SHOWINGS
WILLIAM FARNUM
IX HIS GREATEST PRODUCTION OP ALL TIMES
THE LAST OF THE DUANES'
FROM TIIE NOVEL OF TIIE SAME NAME BY ZONE GREY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY •
TOM MIX™
"THE SPEED MANIAC'
—in—
foRPHEUM^SgST
THE SIUSICAL COMEDY HIT OF THE SEASON
STEWART AND MORRISON OFFER
BETTY,BE GOOD
Book anil Lyrics by, I Music by
HARRY B. SMITH I HUGO RISSENFEED
WITH A FAMOUS BROADWAY CAST
Prices 500 to $2.00 Augmented Orchestra
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Thursday o'nly October 30
SEATS TODAY FOR
"GOOD MORNING JUDGE"
Founded ou Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's Famous Farce,
"The Magistrate," with J s i'
GEORGE HASSEL A^ A T ™
Direct from 21 Weeks at the Shubert, N. Y.
Prices 500 to $2.00 Symphony Orchestra
IllllimillliililllllMlllllillllllllllllllllW
2 Days, Beginning Friday, October 31
MATINEE SATURDAY
A. H. WOODS PRESENTS A PLAY OF THE HOUR
Direct from 0 Monti's F.ltinge Theater, X. Y.
Prices, Nights 250 to sl.so—Sat. Mat. 250 to slj
who lins seen "The as ft
stage production will doubly an Joy
it ns n. picture. Coupled with this at—'
traction Is a fast moving comedy.
Thursday, Friday and Raturdaiy or
this week n First National attr&ctlou |
will be shown entltlod "Choosing 1 a.l
Wife."
Miracle Man at the
Regent Theater entire j
week beginning No- !
vember 3. '
-- , ,
I colonial!
TODAY and TOMORROW"*
LAST TIMES
[in
CRifFITH
In Clyde Fitch's
Famous Stage Success j
I THE
CLIMBERS |
Enormous crowds received j
i this great picture yesterday* |
j Everyone that sees it likes it* d
j Will you see it? i
THURSDAY—FRIDAY J
SATURDAY
| CHOOSING |
A WIFE
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