Six T H fe READING NEWS - TIMES , READING, PA., MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER, 192 2 OiTD ISSUE BY G0YERHIIE11T irst Since the War Is Refund Short Term . 1 Debt to Washington, Oct. 8. The first government bond issue since the war was announced tonight by the treasury. - . , , ' ., - i !' Secretary Mellon offered lor sub Ascription an Issue of about $500,000, 000 of four and one quarter per 'cent., 30 - year treasury bonds as part of the program for refunding: short term debt. ' ,i"he new issue will be dated Oct. 16, 1922. bearing interest at four and one quarter per cent annually, payable April : 15 and Oct. 15 on a semi - annual basis. The bonds will mature Oct 15, 1952, but may be redeemed at the option of the United I States after Oct. 15; 1947., DRY AGENTS SAMPLE - OUR BEER AGAIN Dry agents swooped down on Reading last week again and took Samples of beer from different teams pthat were hauling it about the town. rWhen one of the agents was' spoken jto, he said that, all they found was r"nothiner more than sIod." The agents were here several Ways, and caused a lot of excitement ground town. P October 22 will - be anti - saloon Beague day in Reading, and in many ot the churches throughout the city Special anti - saloon league speaXers wfll fill the pulpit. BIRDSBORO The second annual fall onenlntr of he T. M. C. A. will occur on the eve - injrs of Oct.l9and 201 Every effort has een made bv the committee in rfiaree to make the program this year exceed nai or msi. Rev. Forrest Daeer. D.D.. of Phila - elphrta, will deliver a humorous lecture on "Bags and. old iron." Dr Dairer a, rained a national reputation and Is always popular with a Birdsboro uaience. The other features of thm venule's program for Oct. 19 will be he sWerine of the Premier Male i3uartette." This quartette is a newly rganlzed singing organization of irdsboro. The M. B. churchi orchestra ill furnish the music for the evening's rogram. There will be eats and open OUS9. 4 On Fridav evening. Oct. 20. the "Y" will have its second onenine danoe with jUarDereers' orcrtestra as the attraction amission, Friday evening: Gentlemen, i cents: lacues bu cents. . i j. "e runerm oi miss iaura vannaman !v. - a.a held today at the home of J. V. H. tf!tehman with all services at the house. flev. Dr. DuHammel. of Douglaasville, wrnciating. interment was held in St. wcnaej s cemetery. TWO BOYS VANISH Arclw Detterer and Tonv Peticoth. two school lads, left here several days mgo ana are oeing - neid at Asniarui, pa fTheir parents have been very much te - orried over their absence as they did piuL Know wnerp irrey noa cone. ' The services in Grace U. B. church Tomorrow will be: Sunday school at .4S, and preachine1 at 7.30 t). m. i The Birdsboro Electric nomnanv Vins filed with the Public Service Commis - iiuu oi t - ennsyivania a new scrJeaul or he company's rates and rules applying u ciccuju sci viuc in jDirusuoro a conv i mis larm is on me at the com lany a office to which the consumers iave tTPo np.nees. I The rates are the same as Hiosa rw, lously on file with) the commission, so ixnere is neitner an increase or a de crease in tne cost of current to the consumers. . Definitions and rules have been add - d to the tariff so that there 'would i!be a clearer understandine between the lvnouixicrH anu me cuinpmiy concerning Vlectric service , A NEW RAILROAD BRIDGE Tile Philadelphia & Reading Railway iCo. is eettine out nlans for a. new rail - load bridge crossing the river at this (place. The Exeter township end of the fridge will be pointed more down stream no easeUD tne snarr) curve. TIib hr flee Ms on ttie belt line and is only used for ireignt. The Birdsboro basketball team has organized for the season with practically the same team as last year. Wm, Sharp, who so ably managed the basketball team last year, will again manage the five. It Is ttie intention of the ri'Hnacement mat all profits accruing from the season's fame, be turned over m.o tne local visiting: nurse association. , 'The season is expected . to open in ttirdsboro Nov. 1 - THEIR SILVER WEDDING ..Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heiflicker. of i oms Kiver, former residents are here visiting; Mrs. William Herflicker and vmer mends. They are enjoying their 25th weddin anniversary. Mrs. Herflicker was Miss Mt. Pleasant Council No. 37, O. Of I. A, (wiii go to Coventryville on Oct. 18 to miuaie cunuiuaies. : BECHTELSVILLE Assistant Supt. A. P. Kemp visited the schools of Colebrookdale and had a conference with the teachers at the New Berlinvillo school. The regular teachers' conference will meet at the New Berlinville grammar room, F. H. Stauffer, teacher, Saturday evening at $. Mr. and Mrs. Ebersole moved to the McCroy apartments, Pottstown, Mr. Ebersole is at present touring Ohio as a salesman. Blaine W. Stauffer, chemist, Phil ndelphia, and wife visited his grandmother Mrs. John W. Stauffer, over the week - end. .. - Rev. Mr. Frantz, Reformed pastor, will have communion services in Trinity church on Sunday, Oct. 15. BERHVILLE The borough council Is making ex. cellent progress making new con - creto curbing and gutters. John Rentschlor is supervisor ot the Job. i Charles C. Reeser, baker, is ship, ping the famous Keeser pretzels to many of the large oltieg, Washington, D. C, St. TOuis, Detroit, Baltimore and many other cities in the states. These pretzels are all hand - made and the production is increasing by the thousands each day. The David M. Strunk cider and , lodworick factory js urn gay dawg undi nncht.. Dar mocht cider und idworick bym barl. . ATTRACTIONS AT THE READING PLAYHOUSES 'TIMELY COMMENTS ON PLAYS AND PLAYERS MUSICAL BURLESQUE AT 0RPHEUM ONCE A WEEK With the appearance of "Hippity Hop" at the Orpheum Theatre this afternoon and evening, musical bur lesque as presented by the Colum bia Amusement Company will here. after become regular onve - a - week offerings to theatregoers of Reading. in travelling from the Casino Thea tre, Philadelphia, to the. Gayety, Pittsburgh, after playing - a week in Scranton, all Columbia attractions will vislVAIlentown, Reading Lan caster Harrisburg, Altoona and WiU liamaport in the order named, " For the firet time since the Colum bia Amusement Company was organized twenty years ago their author ized attractions will visit these cities this season. "Burlesque has fre quently been seen on the local stage. but the - Columbia representative who came on from New York, announces that the wholesome, clean, family entertainment as presented by Co lumbia. vastly differs from the "stage shows" o many people associate with the word ' burlesque." k ORPHEUM "HIPPITY HOP" Peck and Kolb will present their new Columbia Circuit show at the Orpheum theatre today, matinee and night, Oct. 9, featuring the matinee because the' costuming promises to be appealing . to woman audiences. Hippity Hop" is the title of this new revue and MacAlllster and Shannon are' the featured players la a company of nearly 50 experienced bur - lesquers and vaudeville specialists. MacAlllster and Shannon, who will feature their vadueville skit, "Fun in an English Fire House," have gained an enviable reputation because of their success in provoking laughter. OTIS SKINNER IN "MISTER AN TONIO'' ' One of the most notable offerings of the present theatrical season will be presented at the Orpheum theatre, one night only, Thursday, Oct. 2, when Otis Skinner will be seen in his 1 greatest comedy success, "Mister An - ' tonio." ' Mr. Skinner has. long held an enviable position in the esteem of American theatregoers, but it is doubtful if any one of his distin guished characterizations has so won its way into people's hearts, as that of the lovable, optimistic organ grinder in "Mister Antonio." GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES The second annual productidn ot the Greenwich Village Follies, the "revusicl" comedy of life in New York's Quartier liatin, which for the past year has been the accepted vogue in New York and Chicago for that fraction of the amusement seeking public ever on the alert for entertainment that features the borders of convention and tradition, will be shown for the first time in this city at t"e Orpheum theatre, one night only, Friday, Oct. 13. The "Follies" is a staccato succession of' travesty, satirical mimicry, vivid stage pictures and droll comic episodes.'" C RAJAH "Circumstantial Evidence," one of the strongest possible stage arguments against copital punishment, brings John Davidson, distinguished film and dramatic actor, with a company of 12, to Reading for the first three days' of this week, in the headline offering on the Rajah Theatre vaudeville bill. This is one of the most interesting, one of the most powerfully acted and at the eame time one of the costliest offer - , ings in vaudeville today. The Exposition Jubilee Four is a quartet of colored vocalists who offer a "Southern. Breeze of Mirth and Melody." They have fine voices ana sing modern melodies and the old sonys of the cotton belt t Rilly Shone is no longer a mono - logist. He has taken unto himself a professional partner a very attractive young woman named Luiee Squire, and their act has been dubbed ' "Ain't She 'Nice." Miss Squire has been seen in Ziegfield Follieg and with Ed Wynn, and is also a very well known model. The skit is a combination of songs, talk and fashion. ; - Manning and Hall, a man and giri in a comedy skit, "A Horse for Sale," offer some clever . specialties. Booth and Nina, the former a pastmaster in riding a bicycle and the latter a banjoist of remarkable talent, make an unusual combination of entertainers. Their offering, which they call "A 20th Century Novelty," is replete with startling feats. J. C.Booth as V cyclist, has jao peer in this line. Lew and. Paul Murdoek, "Bootleggers," present a "Song and Dance Highball." In. stage slang, dancing is "bootlegging." Their dance highball has as much of a kick as the pre - Volstead kind, and their voices "speak for themselves." ' Sultan is a horse. Miss Emma Lindsay has supervised Sultan's education and she may justly feel proud of her pupil. Sultan does so many unusual things that , at times his work is almost uncanny. The plctureg are the Pathe News; an Aesop's Fables and the Pathe Review. Every Saturday evening there will be two shows at Rajah, at T and 9, without reservation df seats. Marga Waldron and comnanv will be here for Thursday, Friday and baturday. Misu Waldron is a premier danseuso, famed in classical dances, and with George Halprin, another celobrity, presents a unique ; HIPPODROME . V)ne o the screen masterpieces of the year is 'fThe Hands of Nara, which comes to the Hippodrome Theatre for Monday to Thursday, four days, this, week, with the beautiful Clara Kimball Young in the leading ' role. The picture is a Metro screen version of the already famous novel by Richard Washburn Child, the present ' ambassador of Italy, which ran as a serial tor many weeks in Collier's . Magazine. ' Miss Young plays the role of, Nara Alxleff,' a talented young Russian girl who escapes the terrors of the Russian revolution. As the leading character, , Miss Young presents very appealing portrayal. In the star's support are players of screen prominence, Elliott . Dexter is cast in the - role the young scien tist, Nara's lover, and ' he does more than portray is adequately. . Others in the long east are Myrtle Stead - man, Margaret Xtoomie, Vernon Sie'el, Count John Orloff, Edwin Stevens, John Milteime and Martha Maddox. : ' The attraction at the Hippodrome Theatre or Friday and Saturday will be the famous continental star, Poll Negri, in her latest picture to be shown in this country, a story of love and passion, called "Vendetta.' On the same program with Clara Kimball Young's feature, first four days, will be a Felix comedy, "Felix Finds a Way;" a cptnedy one - reeter, "Western Ways," and the Fox Weekly News. , For Friday and Saturday, with Pola Negri in i "Vendetta," will be shown, "Monkey Shines," an Electric comedy, and the Fox Weekly News. For the entire week of; Monday, Oct. 16,; the Hippodrome feature will be "More to Be Pittied Than Scdrned." t CAPITOL1 v Woman Anita Stewart in "The He Married," for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the Constance Tal - madge in "The Primitive Lover," real "caveman stuff," for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, are the combinations of first rank stars and notable pictures at the Capitol Theatre this week. - Each attraction would be I'classy" enough for a solid week's run. . Coming for all of the week of Monday, Oct. 16. "The Prisoner of Zenda," with Alice Terry, Lewis Stone, Robert Edeson, Barbara, La Marr, Lois Lee 'and other stars of the film world . On the program, first, half of this week, "All - 'vTong,", a' comedy,: aDe Luxe picture, and the First National Kinograms. For : Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the supplementary program, includes 1 "One Stormy Orphan," another De Luxe comedy, and the Kinograms. Never hUs Anita Stewart in "The Woman He - Married," a First National attraction, been provided with a vehicle which fits her talents more perfectly, and nothing' has been left undone to turn out a film masterpiece.' ' , Misa Stewart's supporting cast is splendid.' Darrel Foss is the. juvenile lead; Donald MacDonald, the villain, and Shannon Day, the petite French model, Constance Talmadge's latest First National attraction, "The Primitive Lover" is from an original story by Edgar Selwyn. The star plays the role 'of a romance - stricken wife who abhors the idea of domesticity and household routine. v Harrison Ford, who was recently seen as leading man in Norma Tal - ' madge's hit, "Smilln Through," has the part of the husband, while Kenneth Harlan is in the cast. ; '"PHOTOPLAYS OF ILi TODAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY LEWIS' J. SELZNICK Presents ELAINE IHMIflSlEltJ 1 THE ADORABLE AND CHARMINGLY BEAUTIFUL Supported By An ExeeMent Cast, Including " Niles Welsh, Helen Lindroth, George Fawcett, Arthur Housman IN "The Day off a A Captivating and Humorous Tale of a Young Sooiety Heiress Robert Oruco Wilderness Tele , "NIGHTS OF MANY SHADOWS" ( IL , L a Sport Review "REP MAN'S SPORT CSLZNICK NEWS OF THE WORLD THURSDAY, FRIDAY. AND SATURDAY" . LEWIS J. SELZNICK Presents THE DISTINGUISHED DRAMATIC ACTbR CO WAY TEARLE SUPPORTED BY BEAUTIFUL FAIRE BINNEY ' AND STAR CAST IN "A WIDE OPEN TOWN Personslly Directed and Staged By Ralph Ine . I COLONIAL Wallace Reid comes to the, Colonial today, Jueedayi ' Wednesday and Thursday in, the Paramount plc - turization of Richard Harding Davis' great story and play, 'The Dictator.; This is the great play made famous py William Collier, George Nash and John Barrymore. Wallace Reid Will play the title role surrounded by a notable cast beaded by Theodore KoslonV Walter Long, Kalla Pasha artd Allan Hale, The supporting pro gram feature a Fox comedy. "TJie Wise Duck," with James Finlayson and a host - of Fox comedians, the Colonial News and. Literary Digest As a special added' feature, after noon and ; night, the celebrated reproducing Apollo piano, introducing Mme. Sturkow - Ryder,' famous pianist - composer. Mme. Sturkow - Ryder's appearances with the, New York, Chicago and Minneapolis Symphony. These appearances have always aroused much enthusiasm, and Read - ? lng music lovers are fortunate to have an : opportunity of hearing - her at this time. - The Sturkow - Ryder engagement at the Colonial is through the courtesy of the Lichty music house. The Colonial Concert Orchestra and organ will share in the Interesting musical . program arranged for the week. As' a special feature of the week's events at the Colonial, P. & R. nights will be observed Thursday and Friday, when the Carr & Schad Communty Events will feature interesting shots of the car shops, the loco shops and the round house" sections. The' patriotic, committee will be in charge of the big theatre parties both nights. The Reading Railway band, numbering 30 pieces, under the direction of Elmer Addis, will appear on - the stage. In addition to the Community Event " edition of the Reading shops, a reel showing thq Atlantic City parade, in which the Reading - Division carried off all prizes, is also announced for Thurs day and Friday nights. The attraction for Friday and Sat urday is May McAvoy in a Para mount picture, "The Top (of New York.' This is the last of the pictures produced by" the late William Desmond Taylor, completed just a few days before his sudden death. , PRINCESS Wallace Reid comes to the , Prin cess today and Tuesday in the sensational Paramount racing story. Across the Continent." in this pic ture the star returns to his, old love the automobile, and in the trans Continental tale by Byron Morgan, Mr. - Reid has plenty; of fine chances to demonstrate his prowess at the steering wheel. ' Mary MacLaren, who has starred in many successful pictures, and one of the popular beautiej of the screen, waa chosen to play the leading fern inlne role opposite Mr. Reid. ; She has a delightful role of secretary to an automobile manufacturer who is secretly in love with the manufac turer's son.' In ' a trans continental race, she dons the mechanician's overalls and drives at breakneck speed beside the star, : undergoing with him,1 all the thrills encountered when travelingvat dizzy speed. Theodore Roberts, one of the most popular actors on the screen and a genuine, artist, plays Wallace Reld's father. '' . ',' Betty Francisco, ex - Follies beauty and successful screen actress, plays a semi - heavy characterization which she handles with perfect skill. Walter Long, noted bad 1 man, ' is the heavy., Lucien LiUlefield, Jack Herbert, Guy Ollyer and Sidney D"A1 - brook, four famous figures , in the seld of character acting, complete this unusually strong cast. 1 KI DISTINCTION" LYRIC Elaine Hammerstein, in "The Way of a Maid, - today, Tuesday and Wednesday, and Conway Tearle, in "A Wide Open Town," on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, will be feature photoplays at the Lyric theatre this week. ; . - ;' ':.r - - .' - K - . Miss Hammerstein, the ; versatile Selznick star, has a role that offers her every kind of histrionic opportunity, and she will more than please her admirers in this picture. Miss Hammerstein plays the part - of Nadia Castleton, impetuous, independent a mixture of naivete and daring, wholly adorable, and she makes her character completely distracting. - Nlles Welch Diana Allen, Arthur Housnvtn, " Charles Brown, , Helen Lindroth, Arthur Donaldson, William Eville and George Fawcett assist in the fun. . - . : - : - - . ' j - Another of, the Wilderness Tales. the Goldwyn Sport Review and the Selznick "News are the other reels of the big program. s . V In "A Wide Open Town," Selznick picture, which, begins , a three - day engagement - on Thursday, Conway Tearle, the popular photoplay star, appears In another of those Intense. ly human roles with which it has al ways been the custom .of the Selznick company to identify him. , Good to look at and extremely polished as to manner, Tearle" could very easily be exploited. as a "matinee idol.' Faire Binney, widely known stage star who had an, important role in the big Selznick special, "A Man's Home," appears in leading support of Conway Tearle, the star. "Round Four," of the "Leather Pushers, starring Reginald Denny, and the Selznick News are the other reels. STRAND Ralph Connor's exciting story of the great outdoors, "The Sky Pilot," starring John Bowers, Colleen Moore and Donald McDonald is to.be fea tured at the Strand Monday, night. A thrilling cattle stampede, with a girlj caught ln tne mad rush of the crazed herd, while a "sKy pilot" rides to the rescue. Added attractions in elude Larry Semori in "The Saw Mill' and the Community Events, featuring the Schuylkill river swimming races, with closeups of the winners, W. M. Marling, Bob Eiche and Frances Schaffer. As an extra attraction Monday night, the second of the Paneberg revues, Misses Marie Goes Violet Kissinger, Claire Boone, Edna Scharneck, ; Marian Croessant Nand Margaret Klsinger. ' : ' Thomas H Ince presents the great American drama, "Hail the Woman," Tuesday and Wednesday, with a star cast Bobby Vernon In a comedy at traction, "A Hickory Hick" completes the bill ' ' 1 ' " ' j SAN TOY The celebrated R. A. Walsh production, "Serenade," is announced at the San Toy, Monday night, with, a star cast headed by Miriam - Cooper and George Wals; A Century comedy, "Foolish Lives,",! with Lee Moran, completes the program. ; " John Bowers, with Colleen Moore, appears Tuesday, in a screen verBion of Ralph Connor's great story of the outdoors, called "The Sky Pilot,", one of the six best sellers of its day. As a special attraction, ' the' first of "the Paneberg revues introduces Misses Dugan, Croessant, Scharneck, Sassa - W man, Hessler, Baer. and Kissinger. ' Wednesday, May McAvoy, with Casson Ferugson and Kathryn Williams, in Frank Presbrey's grand old stage play.' - "A Virginia Courtship." ''Hail the Woman," - Thomas H. Ince's great tale of American womanhood," r starring Florence Vidor, Madge Bellamy, Theodore Roberts, Tully Marshall and Lloyd Hughes, is announced for Thursday and Friday. ASCADI A v (ENTIRE WEEK) BEGINNING THIS AFTERNOON (At About .4, . 8, 10 Clock) - REGULAR SCALE Of ARCADIA PRICES PREVAILS ' VttlLLlAlva CPU v PRESENTS A Romance of Outlawry A STRANGE TALE OF THE LONE BANDITS FATE AND A ROMANCE THAT WAS NOT HIS A STORY OF THE RED RIDER OF STAGE COACH DAY8 STUPENDOUS FLOOD SCENES, , ' Introducing i MAURICE FLYNN V (AS THE LONE BANDIT) . Eva Novak Wallace Bccry Rosemary Theby. Charles K, French EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS ENTIRE WEEK CENTURY COMEDY "THE KICKIN' FOOL" v 1 ; A Riot of Fun With LEE MORAN International News , ' ARCADIA Zane. Grey's ' celebrated western story, "The Last Trail," a romance of . outlawry in the border country, begins week's engagement at the Arcadia this afternoon, starring Maurice "Lefty" Flynn, Eva Novak, IWallaCe Beery and Rosemary Theby. Zane Grey, distinguished writer of stirring stories of the American west, in his novel, ''The Las Trail," mad, a mysterious lone , bandit the figure on - which centered the entire devel - ment of the romance a bandit Operating at night on lonely rids in a mountainofis .region, and who was susceptible to the charm of a woman, risking his life at times to "W with her. This lone bandit has been trans ferred to the motion picture by Wil - Jlam Fox in "The Last Trail." : v "The Last Trail" is a story virile in plot, sensational in situation and fascinating in incldent - - a story that ''screens perfectly," ' . Maurice Flynn, the new Fox star, in the leading role of "The Last Trail," made a distinct hit, and was ably seconded by Eva Novak as the heroine. The entire company indeed is a notable one. . Ih it are seen the beautiful Rosemary Theby, Harry Dunkfnson and Charles K. Frenclj; A Century comedy, "The Kickin" Fobl," and the International News complete the - week's program at the Arcadia. Coming to the Arcadia all next week "In the Name of the Law," the picture that is sweeping the nation like a hurricane. ; - s ; ' - For the first time on record in "In the Name of the Law' 'the men of the police force are set forward as actual heroes. The dangers, the risks and the hardships of the avecage policeman are strikingly picturized. : ' SCHUYLKILL AVENUE The fall and winter policy Is to be resumed at the Schuylkill Avenue theatre beginning . Monday evening - with a gala opening, the, program leading with Miriam Cooper and George Walsh in a First National picture, "The Serenade.", The added attraction features Lee Moran in Foolish Lives." "" v rTuesday, John Bowers and Colleen Moore are. featured in the First National version of Ralph Conor's great story, "The Sky Pilot. Johnny Hines, in "Torchy's Ghost," completes the program. A Keaiart picture, a Virginia Courtship," with May McAvoy in the leading role, is announced for Wednesday. S ' Thursday ana ii - iaay, two mgnis, Thomas H. Ince presents "Hail tne Woman,' : 'staring Theodore Roberts, Florence Vidor and Madge Bellamy. SHORT CIRCUIT BURNS I IB ll'o Ull I C AilTA The Hampden tire company responded to a still 1 alarm last evening, when a touring car owned by Charles A. Hill, .or 468 Jiircn street, was entirely destroyed by fire caused by a short circuit. Mr. HU1 and several neighbors insuccessfully fought the blaze for, several minutes and. were finally compelled to call tbe fire company. ; . I nmm 1JULILU GALA - REOPENING Fall and Winter Policy Aaaln - Resumed at Schuylkill Ave. Theatre (Direction CARR . SCHAD, INC.) Complet Chanoe of Proorsm Pally Doors Opea.at 6 o'Cjock TODAY FIRST NATIONAL Presents . MIRIAM COOPER and - . GEORGE WALSH In the R.. A. Walsh Production THE 5SRENAB6K9" Lee Moran comedy. "Foolish Llveg' TUESDAY ' s FIRST NATIONAL Presents JOHN' BOWERS In Ralph Conor's Story o the Great Outdoors '.' "THE SKY PILOT" JOHNNY HINES Comedy "TORCHY'S GHOST" in the Border Country DELIA1ID GEORGE'S RESIG1IATI0H One of Premier's Staunchest Supporters in Campaign , ' "' Against Him , . London, Oct. 8. The later phases of tbe Near Eastern Crisis have been accompanied by the growth ef a political and, - .newspaper campaign against David ' Lloyd , George)sthe British prime ministers which reached its climax when the f ourleading weekiy reviews and one of tbe premier's staunchest supporters among the - Sunday newspapers joined in a demand for his resignation. The basis of the charges against Mr. Lloyd George is that, bis, strong pro - Greek policy brought the nation to the brink of war, which was anly averted in the first place, through the statesmanship and diplomacy of Lord Curzon, the foreign secretary. V SIXTEEN ORDAINED TO THE MINISTRY Pittsburgh, Oct. 8. Sixteen young men were ordained into the ministry at the 99th annual session of the Pittsburgh conference of the Methodist Episcopal hurch here today. Bishop William' F., Anderson presided. Deacon's orders were conferred on eleven and six were ordained as elders. Harry A. Price, of Latrobe, received both orders. STRAND TODAY .. First National Pictures Presents JOHN BOWERS In a Screen Version of Ralph Con. or' Exciting Story of the ' Great Outdoors "THE SKY PILOT" A thrilling cattle stampede, with a girl caught In the mad rush of the herd and, "a sky pilot" to the rescue. ' . Directed by King Vidor EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTIONS t v LARRY 8EMON in a Riot of Fun "THE SAW MILL" ' TWO REELS COMMUNITY ' EVENTS Schuylkill River Swimming Races. Extra Special MONDAY NIGHT The Second of the PANEBERG REVUES. ; S AN TOY (Under the Ownership and - Personal Direction of Carr & Schad, Inc.). TODAY The Celebrated R. A. Walsh - .: - .( Production "SERENADE" Starring MIRIAM COOPER and . GEORGE WALSH . "Stop! Would you, break your vow?' The strangest situation ever presented In pictures. IT'S A FjRST NATIONAL Century Comedy, 'FOOLISH LIVES' .. - With LEE MORAN , COIL. ONI AL (FOUR DAVS) TODAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY ; (At About 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 'Clock) REGULAR SCALE OF COLONIAL PRICES PREVAILS , JESSE LASKY Presents a Mile - 'a - Minute Adventure - Romance ' Played on the Speaking Stags by William Collier and John Barrymore , IT'S A PARAMOUNT PICTURE EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTipN ENTIRE WEEK FOX - SUNSHINE COMEDY m Buclis' ' Two Riotous Parts '., ' - ,..' . 1 Featuring JAMES FINLAYSON ANNOUNCEMENT , THURSDAY AND FRIDAY " (Two Nights) - . MOflSTER P. & n. , Employes' Theatre Parties P. 4 R. LOCO SHOP BAND Philadelphia and Reading Double Quartet and Old - Faahioned Community Sing pn in cess TODAY and TUESDAY 1 JESSE U. LASKY Presents WALLACE REID And a star supporting cast including THEODORE R03ERTS MARY MaeLAREF IN THE FREE - FOR.ALU. TRANSCONTINENTAL RACE "Across th Contt" The Dramntic Vindication ef a Poor Man's Automobile Written by Byron Morgan. IT'S A PARAMOUNT Extra Added Comedy Attraction "THE STORK" A Riot of Fun and Laughter GUNDRY sffi 134 North 5th St. CLASS TONIGHT DANCE WEDNESDAY Irvin's "Pep7 Orchestra Private instruction Any Hour After 10 : a. m. .Bell Phones, CHILDREN'S CLASSES Li DOROTHY GUNDRY, Teacher. Wednesday. 4.30 p. m., for children lej than 9 years.' Friday, 4.30 p. m., for children over 9 years. iininiiiliiiil!Hiiiiii!iii!iiiiiniiii!iiiiiiii!iiiliiiiiiiiiiiiin:ii I bance Tonight! !V. at . I istrandcafe! I 6th and Penn Sts. I s - 5 : '" . . S f No Cover Charge I s .. I J,l!iit!liili!lini!iiliiliiliii:illlliiiiiiiliilii!!il;ilili:iliinl ROSELAND CASINO MANAGEMENT TUESDAY, OCT. 10 : TOP fPP1VQ and ) JACK GALLAGHER I SCRANTON, PA. Garaian's Dance SATURDAY EVENING BLUE RIBBON SERENADERS Pottstown, Pa. Class Mondsy and Thursday evening! Private Instruction ' by Appointment ' Eagle's Hall, 1040 Penn St . C - 299A ' B 271 R WALLACE EE ID Supported By THEODORE K0SL0FF ALAN HALE ' L1LALEE In Richard Harding Davis An Exciting Story of Romance and - Revolution' THE DICTATOR Caramba! What a Picturel EXTRA SPECIAL A 8en$ation Everywhere The - Reproducing Apollo Piano . Introducing Md. Sturkow - Ryd3r A Rare Treat for Reading Musio Lovers ' MME STURKOW - AYDER Will Appear At About 3, 7.45, 9.45 e'Clock Tho Apollo "Parlor Grand" Reproducing Piano furnished . by Lichty Musio House. COMMUNITY EVENTS P. & R. SPECIAL ADDITION Triumphant Return Froni Atlantic City " , The Boardwalk Flyer v Noon Hour in the Shop Yards Loco Car Shops and Round House Patriotio Committee and Railway Officials KOQOOI - .(' i - - l . In '.k - i, i.
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