Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, December 17, 1919, Page 18, Image 18

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PREDICTS NEW
MEXICAN CRISIS|
Another Conflict AN'ill Arise
Over Oil Wells, Says
Luis Cabrera
By Associated Press 1
l.nrtMln. Tex.. Dec, 17.—Sunday's EI ;
•Tniversal, of Mexico City, says lilt is j
Cabrera, secretary of the treasury, I
•'makes the alarming prediction" that :
the "new conflict which will arise. |
between the United States and Mexico j
will be due to the refusal of the
(Mexican! government to permit pe
troleum companies to drill new wells.
Declaring that Cabrera's "pro
phecy" is probably correct, the paper
suys that failing in the "Jenkins case '
to get results." the enemies' of,
Mexico have appealed to the Ameri
can Congress in an extended me
morial complaining against the ac-1
tlon of President Carranza in ro-t
striding drilling of new oil wells. Itj
adds that production of oil has been
reduced considerably "by some wells i
being salted." and admits that twelve,
wells have been shut down "by force
of orders of General Murguia. who
w as instructed to do so by the secre- j
tary of industry and commerce." ;
nOXBER SOCIALIST HIES
11)1 Associated, Press
\m York. Dec. 17. —Mrs. Alice My-!
nemann Sotheran, one of the pioneer!
Socialists in the United States, died
here yesterday. Mrs. Sotheran was SS
years" old and was the widow of
Charles A. Sotheran. author and lec
turer. who died in 1902. She was borni
in Philadelphia, the descendant of aj
Dutch famby who settled in that city|
in 1760.
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Save $1.05 Per Ton
on Furnace Coal
"V
USE White Ash Egg and White Ash Pea in your
furnace instead of Stove size Coal.
We make the mixture 50 per cent Egg and 50 per
cent Pea.
The price is $1.05 per 2,000 lbs. below that of
White Ash Stove.
■ ...... Four Advantages Will Result
a —More easily regulated fire,
b—More intense heat,
c—Less consumption of coal
when drafts are closed,
d —Saving of $1.05.
For some purposes White Ash Egg and White Ash
Pea in equal proportions will give even better results
than the Stove size. Wliite Ash Coal is Hard Coal.
United lee & Coal Co.,
Forster & Cowden Sts.
7th & Woodbine Sts. 6th & Hamilton Sts.
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WEDNESDAY EVENING,
CENTRAL PENNSYLVAN NEWS
PERRY'S SECOND
WAR BRIDE HERE
Millerslown Planning to Greet
Wife of Sergeant Mont
gomery Gearhart
Millerstown. Pa., Deo. 17. —>111-
lerstowu is busy planning for the
entertainment of its first French war
bride, the second French girl to be
brought back to Perry county by un
American soldier. She is Mrs.
Montgomery Gearhart, and she is at
the home of her father-in-law. Dr.
>l. Gearhart, while her husband.
Sergeant Montgomery Gearhart, is
still punched to the hospital corps
at Walter lteid Hospital. YVashing
ton, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Gearhart were mar
ried on April 4. The romance
which culminated in the wedding
hud its beginning while Sergeant
Montgomery was stationed with his
hospital corps at Angers, 20 miles
south of Paris.
Mrs. Gearhart is only able to
speak broken English, her knowl
edge of the language being that
which she gained from her husband.
Her maiden name was Elisc I.e
iiuiente.
(Other State News on Pago 2)
Horse Breaks Leg in
Fall Down Mountain
Ctiaiubersburg, Pa.. Dec. 17.—A
horse belonging to the Rev. J. W.
Yohe fell down the mountain near
the White Pine Sanatorium last
week and broke its leg, while pull
ing the auto truck of S. S. Hnger, of
Fayetteville, from an embankment
ever which It had skidded.
Hager, who delivers milk between
Fayetteville and the sanatorium, was
descending the mountain road when
the truck skidded over the embank
ment. Horses were procured from
the farm of the Rev. Mr. Yohe to
pull the truck onto the road. One
of the horses rolled down the moun
tain slope and broke its leg.
Alexander Frantz, Civil
War Veteran, Passes Out
York Haven, Dec. 17.—Alexander
Frantz, a Civil War veteran, and a
resident of Newberry township* for
more than 35 years, is dead at. his
home near Casscl's church, after
an illness of several weeks. Mr.
Frantz was aged 79 years and 11
days, and is survived by these sons
and daughters: Edward Frantz,
ITarrisburg: Oscar Frantz and Mrs.
Harry Eppley, near York Haven;
Mrs. David Kline and Mrs. Charles
Strine, York Haven; Mrs. Augustus
Raker, York, and Mrs. Cora Rtet
ler. New Cumberland. A brother,
Henry Frantz, Dauphin, Pa., also
survives.
Russel T. Cocklin Brought
to Native Heath For Burial
F Meclianlcsburg, Pa., Dec. 17.
| Russell T. Cocklin, a native of York
county, near Siddonsburg, died at his
j home at Forrest Hill, L. I, on Mon
t day, aged 55 years, survied by his
1 aged mother, jllrs. Sarah Cocklin, of
! Siddonsburg: two sisters. Misses Tda
, M. and Alice D. Cocklin, and four
| brothers, B. F. and John A. Cocklin,
j of New York, and Dr. Cocklin, of
I Harrisburg.
The funeral service was held this
i afternoon at the home of his mother,
, Mrs. Cocklin, a't Siddonsburg, Burial
; was made in Chestnut Hill cemetery.
Former Greencastle Man
Dies of Pneumonia
Greencastle. Pa., Dec. 17. —Rela-
tives here yesterday received word
of the death of the Rev. Henry
Spangler, of Clayton, Ohio, pastor
of the TT. B. Church here until last
year. His death was due to pneu
monia. He is survived by his sec
ond wife and three children. The
Rev. Stine Bovey of Dakota; the
Rev. J. B. Bovey and the Rev. Wes
ley Bovey of Ohio, Miss Ada, West
Virginia and Miss Alma at home.
The deceased was a native of this
community. His first wife was Miss
Mary Stine of State Line.
First Adams Teacher
Retires on State Pension
Gettysburg, Pa., Dec. 17.—With
the beginning of the teachers insti
tute now in session Daniel Ruff, of
New Oxford, announced his resig
nation as teacher of the school in
Mount Pleasant township over
which he had presided since the
opening of the term in the fall, thus
being the first teacher of Adams
county to avail himself of the bene
fits of the teachers' retirement fund.
Clothing Gives Way and
Workman Escapes Injury
Cliambersburg. Pa., Dec. 17.
While James •Miller, an employe of
(he Chambersburg Engineering Com
pany, was standing near a small
lathe his clothing was caught in the
machinery and before he could be
extricated from bis perilous position
all his wearing apparel was torn
from his body. He miraculously
escaped serious injury.
Black Doe Seen in
Seven Mountain Region
Ix'wistowi), Pa., Dec. 17. —A black
doe has been seen several times in
the Seven mountains along the
Juniata river west of town. A
white sciuirrcl has been seen. Sev
eral have been killed in the county
during the past few years.
HARJRISBURG TELEGRAPH
CHURCHES PLAN
FOR CHRISTMAS
Festival to Be Celebrated With
Music by Mechanicsburg
Congregations
Mechanic-burs. Pa., Dec. 17.
Plans are being formulated for
Christmas entertainments by the
various Sunday schools of this place
and will include cantatas and music
of a high order on all the programs.
The following announcements have
been made for the Christmas season:
Methodist Kpiscopal—Sunday eve
ning. December 21, at 7.30 o'clock;
program, "Star Divine."
St. Paul's Reformed Christmas
night, December 25, at 7.30 o'clock.
St. Luke's Episcopal—A Christmas
song service, Sunday evening. De
cember 21, at 7.30 o'clock.
Trinity Lutheran Tuesday eve
ning, December 29, an old-fashioned
Christmas tree will be the feature
and a gift will be given each mem
ber of the church and schpol.
St. Mark's Lutheran —Christmas,
December 25, early morning service
at 6 o'clock; program by Sunday
school at 7.30 o'clock in the evening.
First United Brethren—Cantata by
the choir on Sunday evening, Decem
ber 21; Sunday school program at
7.30 o'clock on Christmas night.
Personal and Social News
of Towns on West Shore
Mrs. Chester R. Davis, of West
Fairview, spent several days in
Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wither, of
West Fairview, visited the New York
liippoddrome.
Miss Edna Kilmore, of Washing
ton, D. C., is visiting relatives in
New Cumberland.
Mrs. Heckendorn, of Harrisburg,
is a guest of Mr. gnd Mrs. Charles
Leaf. New Cumberland.
Miss Anna Reiff, of New Cumber
land, has returned from Lake Helen,
Fla., where she spent the past three
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. But
torff.
West Fairview School
to Be Modernly Equipped
West Fairview, Pa„ Dec. 17. —■
The new school building will be
equipped with a modern fire alarm
and hell system and electric lights,
the school hoard decided on Mon
day evening. When the contract
was let for the erection of the
building members were of the
opinion the borough did not have
sufficient money for these Improve
ments. It was pointed out by resi
dents that the fixtures were abso
lutely necessary and the board de
cided to install them.
Commissioners Set Aside
Fund For Legion Posts
Carlisle. Pa., Dec. 17.—The Cum
berland County Commissioners yes
terday adopted resolutions appro
priating- SIOO annually to Post No.
101 of the American Legion of Car
lisle and S6O annually to Post 109,
American Legion, of Meehanicsburg.
The appropriations are made in ac
cordance with the act of assembly
which makes it mandatory for the
commissioners of counties to pro
vide money for rooms for meetings
of the American Legion.
Woman Unconscious For
Several Weeks Rallies
Lewistown, Pa., Dec. 17.—Mrs.
Elsie Fleming, of Levittsburg, 0.,
who was struck by an auto in
Yeagertown when she came to visit
her brother, William Smith, more
than a month ago, is showing signs
of recovery. Hers has been an un
usual case. She lay unconscious for
several weeks and it was feared she
could not recover.
Market Master Bartley
Weds Former Columbian
Columbia, Pa., Dec. 17. —Cloyd W.
Bartley, Columbias market master,
and Mrs. Sarah Mellinger, widow of
the late Abram K. Mellinger, of Lan
caster, a former resident of Colum
bia, were united in marriage yester
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
parsonage of the Duke Street Meth
odist Church, Lancaster, by the pas
tor, the Rev. R. H. Crawford.
Hunter Exhibits Large
Buck at Shady Grove
Green castle. Pa., Dec. 17.—Clar
ence Hollinger, of Shady Grove, a
member of the Monterey Deer Club,
exhibited at his residence over Sun
day a 13-point buck which he
brought down with one shot at about
200 yards range. This is the third
deer which Hollinger brought in out
of five fair chances. Many people
came to see the animal.
FIRE LOSS $15,000
Reading, Pa., Dec. 17. —Fire, dis
covered yesterday when smoke be
gan pouring from the basement win
dows of St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
Front and Windsor streets, after
burning through the entire basement,
found its way to the first floor and
did dimage, the total amount of
which is estimated at SIO,OOO. A
pipe organ, donated by William S.
Shenton, valued at $3,000, is a total
loss.
ATTEND MILI.EK FUNERAL
New Cumberland, Pa., Dee. 17.
A number of relatives and friends at
tended the funeral of Daniel Miller
yesterday. The services were con
ducted by the Rev. C. H. Heiges.
How to Make a Real
Wrinkle Remover
In these days of cleverly adver
tised "beautiflers" and "rejuvenators"
it Is hard for a woman to believe site
can make a simple home remedy for
the removal of wrinkles which will
do her much more good than the
average made preparation. There's
nothing in the world so effective for
erasing or preventing wrinkles, age
marks, bagginess of cheeks and chin,
as a simple and harmless solution
made by dissolving an ounce of pun
powdered saxolite in a half pint of
witch haael. These ingredients of
course can be had at any drugstore.
Use the mixture daily for a while as
u refreshing waslt lotion. The- quick
results will surprise you. Even the
| first application produces very marked
improvement. The wrinkles are less
in evidence and tlio face lias a firm,
"solid." comfortable feeling. Boon
I. W. W. CASES,
BEING ARGUED
Debate Begins After Counsel
For Defense Suddenly
Arrests Case
Hi/ Associated Press
KnnxuM t'ltjr, Kan.. Dee. 17.—Coun
sel Tor thirty-two members of the In
dustrial Workers of the World, on
trial in Federal Court charged with
j violation of the espionage act. sud-
Jdenly rested their case late yesterday
'without offering testimony. Tint
| Government already had rested.
| By agreement, arguments then
[were begun. Fred liobcrtson. United
■Slates district attorney for Kansas,
iopened tor the Government,
j Action of the defense. Government
j attorneys declared was a surprise, as
it had been expected that thirty or
j more witnesses would be called.
| Before resting. Judge John I'. Pol
! lock overruled a motion liletl by Fred
I Moore, of Seattle, chief counsel for
jthe defense, asking that twelve of the
i defendants be discharged.
Mrs. Wilson Became
President's Chief Aide
During Recent Illness
Washington, Dec. 17. — Mrs. Wil
son, wife of the President, has lie
come one of the most important
functionaries of the government, as
a result of her husband's illness and
the difficulties of carrying on the
administration without an active
executive.
The Cabinet, which lias under
taken to administer the government
during the emergency produced by
the President's indisposition, is con
fronted daily with a multitude of
perplexities. Many of these mat
ters, requiring the personal decision
of the President, are referred to
Mr. Wilson through his secretary,
Mr. Tumulty. When in the course
of a week or more no action is ob
tained by a Cabinet member on a
matter submitted to the President
he makes inquiry of Mr. Tumulty.
The secretary frequently is unable
to say whether the President 1 has
given the question any consideration.
The Cabinet member, unable to con
sult with the President directly, then
appeals to Mrs Wilson for informa
tion—and gets it.
Mrs. Wilson has become the chief
assistant to the President in trans
acting public business. She keeps
his papers in shape for reference
and explains his instructions. She
is the repository of State secrets.
Uruguay Offers
Mediation Between
Mexico and America
Mexico City, Dec. 17. Gabriel
Terra, the Uruguayan minister of
foreign relations, has ottered the
services of his country as mediator
in the difficulties between Mexico
and the United States, according to
advices received by the Mexican for
eign relations department here, from
Mexican Charge d'Affaires Enriquez
at Montevideo
Favors Commission
to Examine Mrs. Blake
By Associated Press
Atlantic City, X. J., Dec. 17.—Mrs.
Esther Miller Blake, a prisoner in
the City Hospital charged with the
murder of her five-year-old son. has
abandoned her story that the child
was kidnaped by two negroes in
Ventnor, last Friday night. Dr L. R.
Souder, c ounty physician, also said
she told him at another interview
yesterday that the kidnaping story
was a "delusion."
" 'I have liad delusions before and
I guess I had one this time.' Mrs.
Blake remarked to me," said Dr.
Souder.
Mrs. Blake still denies that she
threw the child into the ocean from
a fishing pier.
Dr. Souder said he favored the
appointment of a commission of
alienists to examine the woman.
The body of the child was taken
to Baltimore to-day for burial. The
Inquest Svill be held in this city
Thursday night.
Y. M. C. A. Memberships
as Christmas Gifts
T. M. C. A. memberships as
Christmas gifts are proving popular.
According to one of the Association
Secretaries who has within the past
two days made out four boys' mem
bership cards. Parents desiring to
use them as holiday gifts.
One father who last year gave his
hoy one year of membership privi
leges has applied for a renewal, stat
ing that it was the best Christmas
present he ever gave his boy.
General Secretary Robert B.
Reeves of the Association, says that
memberships in the " V " make first
class Christmas gifts to men us well
as boys, a membership being a gift
with a lift and one which lasts until
Christmas conies again.
32 Missing From
U. S. Ship Liberty
Berlin. Deo. 17. The steamer
Kriemhildo has arrived at Emden
with ten survivors of tlje American
steamer Liberty, which was sunk by
a mine off the coast of Holland while
on the way to New York from
Bremen.
The fate of the remainder of the
crew of forty-two is unknown.
Recommends Daylight
Saving For Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 17. ■— The
finunoe committee of the "Pittsburgh
City Council yesterday recommended
that City Council adopt a "daylight
saving' ordinance. Clocks would be
turned one hour ahead in May and
hack again in October, under the
ordinance.
Philippines Going Dry,
, Says Prohibitionist
Vancouver. B. C., Dec. 17.—The
Philippine Islands urc. going dry and
Japan will not bo far behind, says
D. M. Gandler, prohibition leader of
California, who arrived here from
Jupan.
TO FIX PARIS LOAN DETAILS
Paris, Dec. 17. —Details of the
French loan to l'c issued in England,
•us announced in London yesterday,
have not yet been decided upon, but
will be fixed by agreement between
the French and rßtiish Govern
ments, it wgs stuted in u note Ist
sued to-day by Premier C'lemen-
NEWS OF THE THEATERS
OUPIIKVM |
To-day nnd to-morrow— per-j
loimancen. matinee* .daily, "A Lit-'
tre t *ir 1 In a HI% City," a story of
v. hat happens to the average girl l
who goes to New York in search of)
employment.
Friday night. December ID —Harry
Cohen presents his Yiddish comedy.!
"The Storm o! Life.'* with Mac |
Sulzberger ami Kllas Sehaier. sup- ;
ported by an ull star Yiddish cast.
Saturday. December 20. matinee ami
night—Manhattan Grand Opera
Company, presenting the "Illgo-i
letto" in Italian at matinee and)
"Carmen" in French at night.
MAJESTIC
High grade vaudeville—O. K. I/egal j
am! Company, tossing* tomfoolery.;
Maude and Marion Dunn us
Auburn and Duchess Bonypurte; 1
Cray and Greshum on board a
transport somewhere in vaudeville:
•I arrow. the talking magician;!
"Hello. Judge."
VICTORIA,
To-day and all this week — Mary'
Bickford in "Heart o' the Hills," j
adapted from the novel of the same |
name by John Fox. Jr.
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week—Florence Iteed in "Her
I Game."
COLONIAL
j To-day—Positively last opportunity i
! to see Glume ifummerstein In "The i
j Country Cousin."
Thursday. Friday and Saturday of
i this week—"Fair and Warmer,"
| featuring an ull star cast including
' May Allison.
'All next week—Hex Beach's greatest 1
| novel, "The Girl from Outside." ,
KEG 10 NT
I To-day—Dorothy Glsh in "Out of
i Luck."
To-morrow —Ethel Clayton in A
1 Sporting Chance."
(Friday—Mary Pickfurd in * Ksnicr
alda." ,
j Saturday —William S. Hart In
I "Branding Broadway." . .
• Monday—Vivian Martin in "Loulsi
-1 ana."
! MANHATTAN UIUMI OI'EUA
MKIIK SATIiUIAY
The Manhattan Grand OperA Com
pany, hailed as the largest opera
company now touring the country,
will he the attraction at the Orpheum
Theater Saturday, matinee and night.
{This company is composed of 125 tal
ented artists including a thirty-five
I Piece augmented orchestra. At the
I matinee they will render Verdi's
i"Hlgoletto" in Italian and at night
("Carmen" in French. The principals
in th| company are well known to
(every lover of grand opera and it is
• expected that a large house of local
J music lovers will greet this nttrac
ition. Seats will be on sale to
morrow.
DOROTHV GISH IS PI V
CE.\TEII AT TUP It EG EXT
Would you accept a man who pro
posed to you on Friday, the 13th7
Dorothy Gish does in of Luck,"
her latest picture, shown at the Re
gent to-day. It has been said that
"Out of Luck" is one of the funniest
of all tlisli comedies starring the vi
vacious little comedienne in a part,
that tits her like a glove.
To-morrow Ethel Clayton will ap
pear in her newest Paramount pic
ture. "The Sporting Chance." Mary
Piekford and William B. Hart will b,-
seen on Friday and Saturday respec
tively.
"A LITTLE OIK I, IN A 810 CITV"
"A Little Girl in a Big City"- is the
attraction at the Orpheunt Theater
to-day and to-morrow, with matinees
I iot 11 days. This play is in some
sense a moral play yet it does not at
any time become in any sense of the
word, rude. The play, it is said,
shows what occurs to the average
girl who goes do New York in search
of employment. Seats are on sale at
the box-office for each performance.
Wife's Affection Ceased
17 Days After Marriage
Simbury. Pa., Dec. 17.—Just 17
days was the limit of Mrs. Helen
Greco's matrimonial endurance, ac
cording to the petition filed in the
court here to-day by her husband,
Michael Greco, of Shamokin, who is
seeking an absolute decree in di
vorce.
Greco's petition sot forth that he
was married on June 13, 1914. and
that his wife deserted him oil July 1.
The Itbellant does not mention the
cuuse of desertion.
Moving Hero Dead
Is Denied Relatives
Washington, Dec. 17. —The War
Department has ruled that no indi
vidual efforts for the removal of
American dead front France would
Itc granted, but that ull those, who
desire ttie bodies of relatives re
turned to this country must wait un
til they are returned by the depart
ment.
GERMAN LOAN FAILS
Berlin, Dec. 17. For the first
time in its history Germany has tail
ed to float a government loan. Five
billion marks were appealed for in
the latest loan, conducted on the lot
tery plan, but only 2,800,000,000
marks were netted.
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Buying and selling of bags is our only
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Bright sound bags in good or mend
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Badly torn and soiled bags bought by
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Collect all of your bags and ship them
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tags and full information.
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DECEMBER 17, 1919
H AII It V COU 10 \ I'RESEXTS
YIDDISH (o>li:i>Y AT
Tilltl OItPIIKI >1 OV rHIDAI ;
Hurry Cohen, the well known tho
atrlcnl munagcr, is presenting his;
unique Yiddish musical comedy suc
cess at the Orpheum Theater Friday'
night, with an all star assembly of
players, including Mae Snlsbcrgcr.
the favorite of the Yiddish stage, and
Kilns Bchaler. The comedy is en- j
titled "The storm of Rife" and is in j
four acts. It was written by Dr.
Hoffman, whose Yiddish plays have'
won renown throughout the United j
States. Seats for this attraction will >
Ihe offered on sale at the Orpheum i
| Theater box office to-morrow.
MAIIY PICKFOHD IV
"HEAIIT O* TIIK llll.l.S''
| Mary I'iekford has been scoring l
•heavily with the enormous crowds;
that have been thronging the Vic- I
i toria Theater to see her in her latest
photoplay. "Heart o' the Hills," by I
(her interpretations of the little;
mountain girlie whose fidelity to
| 'Pap* is of true blue.
This is the third production Miss
i Picki ud has issued from her own
I studios, and it is claimed to be tHe
best. "Daddy Dong l<egs" was the
; first, and "The Hoodlum" second.
"Heart o' the Hills" was adapted
i from the novel of the same name,
I written by Charles Fox. .Jr.
j This picture, will play at the Vic-
I toria until Saturday night at 11
| o'clock when it ends its one-week
j engagement.
! lII.AIMO HAiniEHNTFiIY
I.MA \KS HERE TODD
TClaine Hammerstein. star of mi
' merous musical comedies, ends her
three day engagement at tlie Colonial
Theater in "The Country Cousin" to
day. This picture has proved the
most popular picture that Miss llam
mcrstein has ever played in this city.
To-moriow and tho remainder • t
this week "Fair and Warmer." the
[delightful musical comedy success
| which scored such success on the le
' gltimate stage, will ho offered in
j photoplay form featuring an all star
i cast, including dainty May Allison.
[ All next week Rex Beach's greatest
novel. "The Girl from Outside." will
[lie shown. This picture has brok"Ti
| attendance records in practically
; every eity it has been shown this far.
jas it is said to be one of the best
j pictures made.
MAJESTIC
HAVE YOl? SEEN
HELLO JUDGE
tin* musical comedy farce of
what a jury would have to do if
anyone were arrested in •la/zland?
4—Other Keith Acts —4
AI.SO LAST KEEL
WHO'S WHO
IN HARRISBURG
COLONIAL THEATER
TODAY I'OSITIVKI.Y LAST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE
ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN
THE CKIiKBRATKD MUSICAL COMEDY STAR IN
"TIIE COUNTRY COUSIN"
HIT Greatest Production —A Wonderful Story of Rural Life
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
WELCOME NEWS
"FAIR AND WARMER"
Adapted From the Famous Stage Success of the Same Name, Feat
uring- an All Star Cast Including
MAY ALLISON
VICTORIA THEATER
TODAY AND ALL THIS WEEK
MARY
PICKFORD
The nation's sweetheart in her most charming role,
that of a sweet young gifl of the hills, in
"HEART 0' THE HILLS"
THE GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT
OF THE SEASON
MANHATTAN
GRAND OPERA
COMPANY, NEW YORK
ORPHEUM
Saturday (Dec. 20) Matinee and Night
nt the .matinee
RIGOLETTO ... In Italian
evening
CARMEN .... In French
General Director —Ailolph Schmiri
THK LARGEST OPERA COMPANY KN TOUR 125 PEOPTJ2
SYMPHONY OKCHKSTRA OK 35
CIIOKUS OK 30 AND CO HPS DE DAULET
Principals
RICAHDO MARTIN, GREEIi EVANS, CEDIA BREAU,
A I.ICE H ESI'EH I
1,11 J.I AN" GRESHAM. GIORGIO PCLITI
GEORGE GORDON, ERNESTO GIACOMO
First Floor $2.00; $2.50 and $3.00
PRlCES—Balcony $1.50 and $2.00
Entire Gallery SI.OO
J
AIT; STAR, WEEK !
REGENT:
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY J
TODAY ONLY 4
DOROTHY GISH ■
"Out of Luck" i
Tomorrow ETIIEG CI AY- '
TON in "THE SPORTING J
CHANCE"
Friday MARY PICKFORD 4
in "ESMERALDA"
A Return' Engagement
Saturday—Wild JAM S. HART i
in "lilt AN DING BROADWAY" J
ADMISSION, 10c and 20c |
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ORPHEUM
FRIDAY EVENING DEO. 19
HARRY COHEN
PRESENTS
MAE SALZBERGER
The Eminent Yiddish Actress and
ELIAS SCHAIER
In the Yiddish Musical C'omctfy
Success
"The Storm of Life"
In Four Acts—By
DR. HOFFMAN
Prices 500, 75c, SI.OO
Seats 011 Sale
*- - 1
ORPHEUM)
Today and Tomorrow Only
Matinees Daily
THE STARTLING SENSATIONAL!
THRILLING 4ACT MELODRAMA.'
j THE STOPY OF I
| WHAT HAPPENED
TO AN INNOCENTYQUNQ
GIRL FROM THE.COUNTRY
WHO CAME TO NEW YORK
IN SEARCH OF EMPLOYMENT
I livening SI.OO, 75c, 50C
Matinees 25c and 50c