Newspaper Page Text
"THE QUALITY STORE"
For Friday Only
EXCEPTIONAL Lot of small
sized Ladles and Misses' Suits—the
balance of our Fall and Winter
styles—were values to *25. Special
for Friday at . .. $2.95
Black Silk Top Jersey Petticoats
with fancy striped taffeta flounce—
regularly *5.00. Special for Friday
Odds and Ends of Silk Petticoats
in fancy colors—just a few of these
left—worth to tS.OO. Special for
Long Crepe Kimonos—all colors
—special value for Friday at
Ladies' White China Silk Waists,
beautiful new model with long
sleeves—all sizes. Special for Fri
day »» SI.OO
EXTRA SPEClAL—Sunfast Cur
tains for door draperies—in all the
latest verdure patterns and color
ings—full size—worth W.W. Spe
cial for Friday at, per pair,
9x12 Axminster Rugs—new de
signs and rich colorings—all perfect
goods —regularly $25. Special for
FrWay at $18.95
27x54 Rag Rugs in Blue, Green
and Brown —an ideal bath or bed
room rug—a good value at $1.50.
Special for Friday at . 89C
7 x! 8 Stair Treads -Inch
thick —all live new rubber —regu-
'larly 15c. Special for Friday at
SPECIAL LONGCLOTH VALUE
—soft, chamois finish, 36 inches
wide lO-yd. pieces worth lOc
per yd. Special for Friday at. per
25c Bleached Turkish Towels,
large size, heavy weight, hemmed
ready for use. Special for Friday
92.00 All pure Linen Table
Cloths —size 66x82 inches—full
bleached, good weight and beautiful
patterns —hemmed for use. Special
for Friday at . .. $1.49
36-inch White Dress Linen, all
pure linen, even cloth of medium
weight—for dress and waist pur
poses—worth 37 1 tc. Special for
Friday at, per yard, . 24c
L. W. COOK
MEN HI NEUVE CHAPELLE
London, March 18. 11 A. M. —The
Tillage of Xeuve Chapelle. converted
into a shambles by the bombardment
of the British, now is a heap of ruins
thickly strewn with bodies, according
to the description of the British op
erations in that region written by an
"eyewitness" and given out to-day
by the press bureau.
At the end of March 10 the bodies
of 2.000 German soldiers had been
found in the section south of the vil
lage. In front of one British bat
.talion. east of the village, the state
meat asserts. 500 more were counted
which did not include the large num
ber buried in the ruin* of the village.
Prisoners who have been all through
the war declare that never have they
experienced such a bombardment as
that which preceded the assault upon
Xeuv# Chapelle. One wounded Prussian
officer declared indignantly "you do
not fight, you murder. My regiment
never had a chance from the first.
Nothing could live under such a fire."
One officer state-i that three Ger
man princes, including Prince Leopold,
of Hohenzollern. were serving in one
of the battalions at Xeuve Chapelle.
This prisoner expressed the belie: that
The noted soprano who
gives a recital in this city to
night, sings for the Victrola.
This is but another exam
ple to show that if you have
a Victrola in your home; you
will not find your enjoyment
of artists limited to their ap
pearauees in your city.
We will gladly play any of
Lucy Marsh s records for
you. And permit us to tell
you how you can have a Vic
trola in your home to-mor
row. On convenient terms if
M N. £ad.SU
LONSDALE and "BERKELEY
60" White Cambrics, yard-wide—
perfect and cut from full pieces.
Special for Friday at, per yard.
9 1 ' 3 C and 11<
Large site Gingham Aprons—
made of best quality—colors fast—
one pocket—blue checks only—a
•AV value. Special for Friday at
7-4 Unbleached Sheeting, good
weight and nice even cloth, easily
washed—worth 2t»c. Special for
Friday at, per yard, . 14*
"GALATEA" Cloth the cloth
for tough, hard service for boys and
girls clothes—good lot of stylos—
regularly 17c. Special for Friday
at, per yard 12^2*
Lot of LA BESISTA Corsets in
sizes 20 and 21 only—worth 91.50.
Special for Friday at . 75c
Ladies' White Cambric Skirts
with l.Vinch flounce of embroidery
and tucks—a good value at SI.OO.
Special for Friday at . 69c
Special lot of Ladies' Crepe Gowns
—low necks and short sleeves,
prettily trimmed with lace and cm
broidery—good full sized gowns—
all new goods—worth tt.OO. Spe
cial for Friday at . . 79C
Cotton Cluny Laces and Inser
tions—2 to 4 inches wide—regular
ly 10c and I 2 Special for Fri
day at, per yard, . . 8 c
Children's fine, ribbed, black
Lisle Hose in sizes 5 to 7 only—
were 25c. Special for Friday at,
per pair, . . ■ 12V 2 C
Men's heavy ribbed and fleeced
Cotton Underwear in shirts and
drawers—ecru color—regularly 50c.
Special for Friday, at 35<* or
S for SI.OO.
Men's black and white striped
Cotton Work Shirts in sizes 14 and
14only—were 50c. Special for
Friday at 25C
Sanitol pure cold cream and face
cream. Special for Friday at. per
Mertin's Midget Manicure Sets—
in boxes—were :15c. Special for
Friday at .... 15C
all three princes had been killed. In
conclusion the eyewitness says he be
lieves the Germans lost 18,000 men at j
There is a Prince Frederick Leopold.:
of Hohenzollem, who is a cousin of
Emperor William. He was born in
1595 and has had a commission as first ;
lieutenant in an infantry regiment.
TURKISH REFUGEE REPORTS
PANIC IN CONSTANTINOPLE
Geneva, via Paris, March 17, 11.35
P. M.—Thirty wealthy Turkish fsm- •
ilies, some of the women still veiled, j
arrived in Switzerland this week by
way of the Austrian Tyrol. Their bag
gage consisted chiefly of valuable jew
el aces. A white-haired Turk, who
formerly held a high government posi- j
••The allies' Attack on the Darda- |
nelles has caused a panic in military, j
political and financial circles in Con- ;
stantinople. This was perhaps the '
greatest surprise of the war. especially '
for our kindly German directors and
our little Xapoleon. Enver Pasha.
Learning on March 3 that all the
armies on the frontiers had been re
called to Constantinople, I did not
wait for the inevitable anarchy, but !
left with my family, like many of my
HAPSBI RG FAMILY INVESTS
IS AMERICAN SECURITIES
Geneva, via Paris, March 17. 11.35
P. M.—Reports have reached Innes
bruck from Vienna that members of
the Hapsburg family, not including
Emperor Fraacie Joseph, purchased in
the Vnited States during February real
1 estate and American stocks to the
value of 70,000,000 -crowns (about
$17,500,000). The purchases are said
to have been made through irftermr
diaries in Xew York and the purchas
ers lost heavilv owing to the exchange
Jt is an open secret here that eev
eral splendid chateaux belonging to
Austrian archdukes, have been on sale
for the past three months with no of
ELECTED TO SCHOOL BOARD
W. G. Fry Takes Place of W. C. Enter
line at Camp Hill
W. G. Fry, a member of the State<
Department of Public Safety, was
elected a member of the Camp Hill
School Board last night, caused by the
resignation of W. C. Enterline some
Tbt next meeting of the board will
I be held Friday evening, when plans for
the new school building will be defi
nitely completed. It is also likely that
an architect will be selected at this
meeting to direct the work on the new
The new building will contain four
large rooms, two on the first and two
on the second floor. One of the rooms
ou the gecond floor will be divided, the
one part to be used by the High
School as a recitation room.
HARRISBURO STAR-INDEPENDENT. THURSDAY EVENING MARCH 18. 131 S.
LARGE WAR ORDERS STILL
HELPING THESTEEL TRADE
The European Governments Are Buying
Months Ahead From .Industries In
the United States—Struct ural Or
ders, However, Are Small . K
New York. March 18.— Kuropearf
governments are still buying heaVilv in
the steel industry, and war orders are
a big factor in the trade. The "Iron
"Trade due to the war is increas
ing. and some of the European govern- •
nients in their negotiations hCTe appear !
to be looking months ahead. France j
must get much of her steel from the
United States. The Steel Corporation
has just sold the French government
8.000 tons of girder rails. 6.000 tons
of 16-pound rails for portable track
and 6.000 tons of steel ties. Barb wire j
has beey sold in the last week in con- j
siderable lots for export, anud negotia
tions are under way for 36,000 tons
of shrapnel steel for one government.
"There may be some exaggeration
of the extent to which iron and. steel
and metal working operations are has. d 1
upon war demand, but in machine tools,
particularly lathes and all turning ma
chines. the purchases for Europe have
turned depression into prosperity for
many concerns. Six months' orders in
these lines have run iuto millions oi
"While March thus far has put new
business on the books of most stool j
companies at a somewhat less rate thin ,
that of February, the scale of mill up- j
erations has been encouraging. For the j
whole industry it is around CO per j
cent., and for a part of last we k the:
Steel Corporation'-, steel ingot output;
got above 69 per cent.
"The Bridge Builders' and Struetur- j '
al Society reports that business taken ,
in February amounted to 30 per cent, i
of the country's capacity, and this has i
been the average of the months siui e !
"The railroads have figured in a' ,
small way in the new buying ot' the ,
week. The Rurlingt u has added« *
5.000 tons to its rail order, ind the I
Maine Central contract for '8,500 ton;'
has gone to the Pennsylvania Steel j
Company. The Santa Fe has bought ,
500 cars and the Burlington 50 loco-'
motives. Pendiug locomotive inquiries
are for S5. <
"Wire mills have made a further ad- ,
vanee ot' a 'on on galvanised pud-,
nets. All wire operations are on the
largest scale in months."
OPEN XKW COURSES OF STUDY
New Bloomneld Academy to Add New
Studies to Curriculum
New BI >onifie'.d. March 18. —Acoor .-■
ing to the IMS-16 catalogue of the !
New Blooiutieid Academy a number of
new courses will b* added. Beeentlv the
I #* !
; institution has been enlarged and with
!in a short time the Carson Long lu
i stitute will constitute the senior in- '
At preseut there is a college pre- 1
j paratorv department, a junior depart
\ ment. a normal course for teachers, a '
! business course and music course. To
these the proprietor. Theodore K. Long. j
! intends aduing a law course, with full I
admission to the bar. an agriculture !
school, a vocational school and a cor- I
How He Won Her
She—Mamma is opposed to you be-:
cause you never minded your mother ]
and were never considerate with your j
sisters. He—Perhaps you
ler marry some chap who would want |
i his mother and sisters to come live I
j with you! Sue—Horrors, no! How -fool i
; ish mamma is! —New York Weekly.
Hunter—Are you ever shot at by
mistake for a deer? Guide (impressive
ly)—l dunuo. They never live to teli j
: what they shot at me tor. —Exchange.
Chas. 111. Stieff
24 N. Second St
Bargain List of
Arn SIMPI>KX PIA NO PLAYER; U !
\MI rolls of music: in good condl- j
tDJU tlon; can attach to any piano.
#440 STERLING UPRIGHT: ebeny
\ X case: excellent condition; a real
W I IU bargain: sold for $350. j
Annj STIEFF UPRIGHT: rich full!
\ ) I A tone: owner exchanged for play- !
USUI 1 er; sold for sr.oo. A rare oppor- !
j tunity. |
ffflO SCHAEKFEP. UPRIGHT: in grood j
\MX condition; genuine bargain: sold
UJJO for K'3P. _
Ann STBRLJNG UPRIGHT; ebony I
\lix case: in perfect order; suitable
wJU for beginners: sold for 1350.
Artfir STIEFF UPRIGHT: plain case;
\</K satin finish: excellent tone and
wUUVF action: good a« when new; own- ;
er exchanged for Stieff plaver; sold for
: »450._ ______
Anrn BOUDOIR PLAYSR: some
\/T I l hin« unique: just the thing for
iPuU ' a small room: 12 rolls of music'
and bench; cost J750.
EMERSON UPRIGHT: ebony
\ I <U case, fine condition; cost 1400; I
vPluw very cheap.
(MIO MARTIN BROS. UPRIGHT; dark!
\l/X mahoirany case: beautiful tone:
\5160 was STSJV
(111(1 BENNETT - BRKTZ PLAYER ,
\A 111 piaNO: like new; perfect con
wllO dltion; 12 rolls of music; bench
and scarf; was $550.
AI7Q CHICKERING UPRIGHT: ebony I
\/X case. Don't miss this opportunity
tPI U —cost 1350.
STUVESANT UPRIGHT: ebony
\/1 case: real bargain at this price;
tPI J sold for ts2o.
Altrn BfeASIUS UPRIGHT; mahog
\#K|l any case: like new; a real bar-
WUUU gain; original price, (450. |
Tkr lint irlvfa above In Bade of
plaaoa takn aa part paymeat m Stieff
Plaaoa aad Player Plaaoa, and roaalat of
some really good plaaoa.
Term* aa low aa KMM per as oath.
[\ 24 N. Second St.
around for a
new hat is a pop
ular pastime this
time of year.
Well, you can go a long
way and never find a store
so well fitted as ours to help
you get the one hat that you
will like to own.
$2.00 to $5.00
* SN. THIRD ST.
Where the Styles Originate.
GRANGE VIEWS ON BILLS
Farmers' Organization Gives Its Ideas
Regarding Legislative Measures
That Are Pending
The legislative committee of the t
State Grange has announced its position !
on a number of hills now before the !
Legislature, in a statement issued, as;
"In the schedule of weights and |
measures, in the law of 1913. known j
as t..0 commodities lan. we timl many <
of the Weights therein designated are |
unjust and incorrect, and it is not prac- ]
tseal to sell some fruits and vegetables !
••We favor the amending of the law !
so that fruits and vegetables may be i '
sold by a standard dry measure. The j
weight of lime should lie SO pounds, in j
plaee of 70 as now in the law.
"The Pennsylvania State Orange'
has for many years advocated local op- !
tion. and. a« the Governor is now udvo- j
eating the enactment of a reasonable,!
t'air iu 1 .just local cption law and is
deserving of our su: port and assistance,
we extend to the Governor assurances ,
of our active co-operation in attempting |
tj secure liie enactment of siu-n a law. I
"Through the State, pomona and
subordinate granges, a campaign will ;
!be immediately instituted to the end j |
! that public sentiment favoring such!]
'law may be impressed upon the uegis-!'
"In the matter of the repeal of the'
j lull crew law we do not feel sufficiently !
| acquainted with railroad to pass iutelli
j on the merits of the case, but
1 arc unanimously of the opinion that if
; it be repealed that suc.i repeal should j
|be conditioned that the railroads re
j store the former freight and passenger J
i rates. »
1 "We favor amending the present
! colli storage law to the end that the
I time goods can be in storagn should de- !
i pend on the quality of the goods when
! taken out. and not on the length of
t time iu storage. We favor more cold
storage houses throughout the country.
"The sheep industry in our .State;
has been nearly destroyed by useless)
; dogs, and we lavor a more stringent !
! dog law. and believe the bill drawn by i
'the Washington county committee to ]
further the sheep industry is in i : ne
i with our views."
COUKTY SNUBS DOPE FIENDS
Declines to Encourage York Victims in
Habit One Implanted
York, Pa.. March IS.—The directors
I of the poor of York county derided yes
j terdav that they lacked authority under
I the new drug act to grant the request
lof York physicians that they furnish
i narcotics to victims of the habit. They
ruled to supply only indigent , atients
• who will become inmates of the alms
house during treatment for their re-1
There are 1,200 victims of the <lrug ,
lia'oit in York, the physicians assert, j
nearly all traceable, directly or indi
i rectlv. to a political boss and convict,
now .lead, who introduced the habit !
j here twenty-five years ago.
A Matter of Distances
Why did Homer call the Dardanelles
I "broad"' or "boan iless," although at;
the point where L-ander and Byron
IF, warn it the breadth is barely a mile?
Byron's comment is very neat: "Thcj
wrangling about the epithet, "the broad:
Hellesjiont,' or the 'boundless Helles
;pont.' whether it means one or thei
other, or what it means at all, has been
i beyond all possibility of detail. I have
leven heard it disputed on the spot and,
net foreseeing a speedy conclusion to
,the controversy, amuse! myself with I
swimming across it in the meantime j
land probably miav again before the
■point is settled. * * * Probably Ho
! mer had the same notion of distance
that a coquette has of time and when
he talks of boundless means half a
<mile, as the iatter, by a like figure,,
'when she says eternal attachment, sini-1
ply speeiiie* three weeks."—.London ,
Tbe Sleepy Egyptian
i Egyptians can tie down and go to
sleep anywherti They look around un-j
jtil they find,' particularly busy place |
i in the atreef where there is a patch of |
shade, wra# a dusty cloth around their i
faces, i-urf up and peacefully glide off
into a (freamless sleep. In walking
alonjj'lhe street one has to be careful j
of_ every splotch of shadow that he 1
comes to for fear of stepping on a na '
five's face. Even when you ilo step on |
this usually sensitive part of the anat
! omy they merely sit up, yawn thank
;: fully that you are a medium sized man
[!and lazily turn over on the other side,
iAs soon as an Egyptiaii finds out that
i a person is an American his first breatb-
I less question is, "Will there be many
! Americans coming over this winter!"
; High and low, merchants and donkey
boys, they ask the same question, for
' half of Egypt lives on the tourists, and
Ithe greatest number of these are from
the United States.—Homer Croy in
VESSEL, STORM-TOSSED AT SEA, LOSES HER FUNNEL
Deck of the Gascogne, of French Line, showing forward funnel wrecked by ■ drm.
After nn absence of five years from the Port of New York the Gascogne. of the French line, rnnie up the t>av
the other day with her forward funnel xone and her deik rails torn away. They were lost in a fierce northeast
Knle which rnged from March 7 to !>, at times threatening to swamp the steamship. I. a shed in the wheelhouse, Cat*
tain Rooh guided Ills vessel for two days through the heavy seas, which tore away the deck rails, swept
funnel away a few feet above the deck and loosened the aft funel. On March !• the storm was at its height, and for
hours all hope of saving the vessel was practically abandoned. Then the gale suddenly abated. The Oascogne not so
long ago was one of the finest passenger carrying steamships afloat, but now she is a dingy freight carrier She
left Bordeaux two weeks ago with a general cargo and will return with a cargo consisting chiefly of war supplies.
MILK AS FIRE EXTINGUISHER .
Used to Quench Dairy Blaze When
Water Supply Fails
Canton, <_)., March IS. — Milk w:is
used to save several barns, valued at
$ 10,000 at the dairy farm of Mrs. Ida i
Mutuinaw, north of Canton, early yes- I
terdav, when at) explosion of gasoline
caused a bhxe that did dnupigo esti
mated at $3,000.
The explosion which started the fire ,
put out of commission the gasoline en
gine in the pump - t-oom and no water 1
supply was available. After several
barrels of water had been hauled from
nearby places, neighbors who had as
sembled threw milk on the flames,
which were spreading to the smaller
Three Suffer With Ptomaine Poisoning
Lebanon, March IS. —As a result of !
eating canned peaches. Misses Mary
and Ella Hair and their aunt. 'Miss Ida j
Hair, are suffering from ptomaine pois- ]
oniug. The family ate the peaches Tues-1
day evening and yesterday the young
women suffered severe cramps and be- ■
came very ill. >lr.. Hair summoned !
Dr. F. E. Bamberger, who administered [
antidotes that gave the patients relief !
and brought them out of danger.
I BAGS I
! | Wo have succeeded in jj
II getting 100 Traveling j[
\\ Bags, walrus grained, ;;
il tan and brown cowhide, jlj
;! sewed corners, leather il
!! lined. In every way an
:! SB.OO value at
!| Repairing Umbrellas, !>
|; Trunks and Leather j|
Goods our specialty.
|| Regal Umbrella jj
i i Second and Walnut Sts. i
Open 11 A. M. to 11 P. M.
1915 FORD CAR GIVEN
Vanity Bags to Each Lady
Orchestra and Dancing
Decorations and Electric Display the
Greatest Ever Seen in This City
EVERY LOVER OF GOOD MUSIC
Will thoroughly enjoy hearing Harrisburg's greatest pipe organ—the new
$25,000 HOPE-JONES UNIT PIPE ORGAN ORCHESTRA
Appropriately termed the Pipe Organ with the Human Voice
During the presentation of only the highest type motion pictures Professors Mallat and Johnson will give
each action of the picture its proper tone expression, thus making the Victoria program doubly attractive.
AND REFURNISHED * VA*-"* "*■ RESERVED SEATS, 20c
VAX YORX COMINMJ
To Appear With Hans Kronold and '
George Sutton, March £1
| Those who were fortunate enough
to gain admittance to the Van Yorx
j Angelas recital given in this city about
one year ago, have never quite for.o:- j
ten the treat, and the announcement
of a similar recital in Technical High
school auditorium next Tuesday even- !
ing, his created more than ordinary 1
i interest. ! i
The reputation of these artists ,s i
sufficiently well known in this city ) t
from their former recital which I
crowded Tech High to the limit of its
seating capacity and the fact that <- v
Oeorge Sutton, a very pleasing Harris
-1 burg baritone, will assist as soloist, '
, makes the event dumbly attractive. ■
The purpose back of these recitals I.i
of which this is the tifth, is to ic !
I quaint the public with the wonderful 1 1
i possibilities of the Angelas as a
I musical instrument, and to convince
j any mind no matter how skeptical, \ .
, that Angelas music is personal music
and not "canned" as such music is
I oftimes termed.
i Reserved seat tickets will be fur
' niehed free to all who make applica
tion next Monday and Tuesdiy at the
j .1. H. Troup Music House, 15 South '
Market square, under whose direction (
the recital will lie given.—Adv.*
CRITICALLY HURT IN RUNAWAY
Horse Killed But Man Survives Plunge
Shamokin. March IS.—]>u a run- j
away yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Reeder
1 Shultz, of Shamokiu Hills, were critic- :
j ally injured, Mrs. Shultz being flung
under the carriage the wheels of which
: passed over her.
Shultz clung to the reins and in a ,
TO-NIGHT LAS 7 TIME
The Dainty Musical Comedy of
| Book and lyrics by Philip Bar
tliolomae: music by Silvio Hein.
PRICES: Mat.. 2.1 cto $1.00;
Night, 25c to $1.50.
ill ■■ m i ——' « i i
With Lou Anger and Sophye Bar
nard and a Big Company
IRENE and BOBBY SMITH
Bert Levy Cantor and Lee
Big Surrounding Show
; EIGHT ROYAL DRAGOONS
Hour*. 12 Noon to 11 I*. >l.
i "MRS. BLACK IS BACK/' featuring
MAY IRWIN, lour la*t opportunity
to Nrr thl* Inimitable comedienne In
her Kre«te*t comedy *ucee**. In ad
dition to our dally ehanjee, "Tlirir
Happy Mttle Home,** drama j "A Splr
-4 itual Elopement,** comedy| **A Stren
« non M Life/* comedy.
FRIDAY, March 19.—"CHILDREN
OF THK GHETTO/' by Urael /.an«r
will, featuring that famouN Hroaduay
Mtar, Wilton i-Hckaye. -A atory «:rlp
pinK Mith heart intcreMtt "ill appeal
to every American, young; and old.
SATI RDA Y—"OLD DI TCH." fea
turing Lew Field*, of the famoiiM
team of Weber and Field*.
ADMISSION, 10c: C HILDREN, 5c |
Kxclualve Theatre with Kxclunlve
Film I'laya for KXCIUMIVC Patron*. j
1 — * I
few minutes the horse crashed into the
side of tho roini, tho fonvcyuiu'o u
ling, Shultz anil the animal were fliwiji
over an embankment ami the horse
WOMAN DIES MAKING GARDEN
Mrs. Benjamin F. Longenecker Expires
Suddenly at Marysville
Marysville. Pa., March IS.—Mrs.
Benjamin I'. lAjngeneeker died on Wed
nesday evening at 5.50 o'clock while
in the yard making garden when she
had a paralytic stroke from whieh she
died within live minutes. She was 70
years old at the time of her death.
fShe is survived by her husl>atid, H.
l-\ Ijongeneeker; sister. Mr<. Susan (ion
singer, of this place. Her son, Ben
jamin Ijongenecker, Jr., of Harris'burg,
also survives her. Funeral arrange
ments have not yet been made.
One D 0 !"
3« Doses 25c
At All Druggists
For Headaches, Neuralgia
'O F WII.MKR, VIVfFINT A
To-morrow and Saturday—Mat. Sat.
Carlisle Elks Frolic
"They're At It Again"
Auspices Harrisburg Elks Social
SEATS NOW SELLING
PRICES: 23c, 50c, 75c, SI.OO
The Song Doctors
With Pretty Girls Who Will Cure
You of the Blues
3 Other Excellent Keith Acis
and City's Best Pictures
Mat., 5 and 10c; Eve., 10 and 15c
of the Weak"
2-act S. & A., featuring BRYANT
"THE TRAGEDY OF THE RAILS,"
•J-act Edison Featuring GER
TRUDE McCOY. '
Special Saturday ALICE JOYCE
in :»-reel Kalem, "THE WHITE
Free Moving Pictures
every evening 7 to 11 p. m.,
Palace Confectionery, 225
Free Moving Pictures
every evening 7 to 11 p. m.,
Palace Confectionery, 225