' THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
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MAUDE ADAMS IN "PETER PAN.
"Do You IW lU ct in ralrirs?" She Ak You in TliU Wonderful Play
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Adventures of Little
TLe resuilt of good brewing
Careful selection of materials a generous
amount to each brew, never lessproper aging
in wood, an indispensable feature of good
brewing up to the minute, absolutely cleanly
bottling methods have won for HIGH LIFE
the distinction of being the most wholesome and
"Finest tasting beer ever produced.'
Convince -yourself order a case today.
Wc use light bottles exclusively for this high
grade beer common beer comes in dark bottles
MAUDi: ADAMS I X "I'KTKIl I AN".
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Isn't it quitf the prettiest picture
you ever saw. loys and Kirls?
Doesn't it make you think of elfs
and poblins and dairies and woods
CIue?s who it Is!
It vou have ever se n the charming
a.s she looks when playing the part
of "I'eter Pan"!
"Peter Pan" is a fairy story, chil
dren. It was written to make us all
.see and love the hajjpy things in life.
Kveryihins In it makes you feel
I miht tell you the story. Hut I
think it will be much nicer for you to
wait and see It. "Do vou believe' in
children's play. ov r which srown ' fairies?" asks. Miss Adams In this
folks sin- many praises, too, you will j play. And you surely will if you see
know. j it.
For the benefit of those boys and Miss Adams has played "Peter
pirls who have not yet had a chance Pan" many times already. This sea
to seo this lovely play, I'll tell the ! son she is playing it arain. And ev
ftnswcr myself. I erywhere she kocs crowds of little
It is Maude Adams, the most uni-! folks and bitf folks are waiting to
versally beloved aetress in America, see her.
AS TOLD II Y AlWT CIKUTIi:.
"'Amoni,' the D;Tnish beech grooves
near the Paltie sea.' bean the earth
'Oh, Koody, that's the kind of
etory wo like,' sanj; ut the plates
alon, the wall.
"'Yes, that was where I spent my
childhood days. The house was kept
in such Kood order. The, furniture
was bright and clean. The win
dows were like mirrors'
" "Oh, r. hat a beautiful story.'
chorused the hair broom, the water
pail an.rf? the plates altopetiu r. So
the earthenware jar .vent on with
her story to the end and everybody
was triad to nave heard it.
"'Now what shall we do next?'
called the tea urn.
"I'll dance.' cried the fire (ontrs.
And she danced riirht merrily.
" 'Oh, mercy,' said the matches to
each other; 'how common th se peo
"Then the tea-urn was asked to
slnic. but she had a very bad cold.
" 'H'm. said the old iuill pen on
the window ledue. 'If tea-urn can't
finfr. why not ak the nightingale just
outside the window to come in and
?intf for us?
" 'Tl?h, tush.' called the tea kettle.
who always considered it his special
riuht to do all the singing. 'I'm
ashamed of any one suggesting that
we ask a foreigner to help In our en
tertainment.' " I am sorry, too.' said the turf
basket, 'that such .1 thing should be
mentioned. Let's turn everything
topsy-turvy. Let's have a new order
" 'Good.' they all cried together.
'We'll make a great noise and disturb
the whole house.'
"Just as they were preparing to
turn night Into day with their fun
the kitchen door opened and in walk
ed the servant. Everything was as
still as a mouse. There wasn't a
sound anywhere. The girl went right
over to the shelf and took the matches
down. In striking one, the whole
bunch caught fire, flew Into a great
blaze, sputtered and made everything
very bright for a minute. Then they
"The wonderful matches of high
descent were gone forever. The hum
ble iron pot. the turf basket, the old
quill pen and the tea kettle were there
just as good as ever."
DM the king and queen like the
story and would they let the mer
chant's son marry their daughter?
Wait and see.
(To be continued.)
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THE BBOlVn BOTTLE
The brown bottle fallacy has been o
completely exploded that little is left to be
sajd ,n defense of that side of the question
tn ,T atvoted th use cf dark bottles
It is admitted that, common beer comes in
dwk bottles and that beer of a high degree
bottle's y ,S PrdCrab!y Uedia Sk
Wah'l-Henius Institute of Fcrmentolory
(America s greatest authorities on brewing)
are in accord with this view. Here is their
?akmci? u rdation 10 thc tiling of
high-prade beer: 6
"FOR SUCH BEERS THE LIGHT
BOTTLE is PREFERABLY EMPLOVED
because it can more rr-.irb"!v ;ntn..i
Dcfcre tiling to insure thorough cleanliness
OUu ucwuc mc nnisnea package reveals atP
J o vumcnis meet tnet
requirements of the
uamy ana ireedom from sedimentation."
Qzampagce of mttko.
Brewed in Milwaukee by Miller Brewing Co.
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On sale at leading Buffets,
on Dining Cars and Steam.
DICK I hear you and Pat had a
scrap ,Jim. Who licked?
Jim Well, when I come to my
senses Tat was gone, so I didn't
MR. SKYGACK FROM MARS.
in; taki;s yiki:li:s ohskkyatioxs i his noti-; hook ox i:ahtii
OBSERVED STRfHCE RITES "iURl F i
CflRTH-BEiriG- MADE AIR MOTIONS
NYITH 5WISH-DEVCE IR'OUriO UMHAPPY
8Y5TAJN0cR DISPLAYED WONDER
FUL PROFICIENCY IM MAKING M0T0M5
WITHOUT TOUCH I HQ WY PART OF THE
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Glasses Fitted at Moderate rrlcc
HBURKE & C0.4koPTICIANSl
Rubber Novelties of All
THE RUBBER STORE,
206 S. Michigan St.
11 Dal It TraiM u Cfrtcara
irj .so, MICHIPN 5T
51 Years Old
on Savings Ia
CI Deposits 22
South Bend National Bank
SURPLUS EARNED 110,000
du Hubbard, Harcn Ilutbird.
Mrrcn Campbell. Marrln Campbell
Ocorgo Wymaa. Fred H. Badct.
Arthur I. Hubbard.
Prompt, courteous treatmex to til
from all, aivajft.
41 Years Old
DR. J. BURKE 8c CO I
Leading Opticians of Northern I mil- :
ana 220 S. Michigan St. Sunday I
a to 10 by Appointment.
NOTICE: Wo duplicate any lenc i
the same day. No matter who flited (
them. B-Iijk th pieces.
Suits for Men and Women
$15, $18 and $20.
IIS II .!-tTiT'on IJlTd.
Qualitv, Elegance and
Money-savings, and . how B
n.ltnrnllv th nim nt thi E
helpful house presents itself
to your mind. Then, again,
you think of the name, when
any other scores that sell fur
niture advertise it that sets
you wondering what our bar-
L. H. ORVIS
124 North Michigan St.
Home 5297. Hell 29T
gains must he. We're glad
and proud that you look so
to us. and like the big store
so well. We feel the re
sponsibility in beaing the
leaders in home furnishings
and guard your interests
You'll be surprised at the
many new things tha t aawit
your inspection and approv
al, but more so at the low
Do You Know
All funds deposited prior
to July 11th, 1913, com
mence to draw Interest at 4
percent from July 1st,
Citizens' Loan, Trust &
104 S. Michigan St.
Start a Savings Account
at once and get the
benefit of our
All money (li)sit(l In our
Savings Department not later
than July loth draws Interest
from July lt, at the rater of
1 kt cent per annum, com
AMERICAN TRUST CO.
Our Sucre-. Im u'ih1 1'iwm Our
SMITH &l SMITH .
Foonis r,ni-rnj Dean Mils. j
If. Phone 21 9. South P-ndt Inl. j
VI. FJ3 o G A U U
SS3 -V. MJoltfcnn St.
Homo Phono 1211; Jtell Ibcm.i SS
i l. r.oamvrs
IlArd and Soft Omi Iltmovtl pun
lon. Enlarged Joints and Ia
rrown NaiU Treated.
OfC and Relder.i. til &. Txylor
Horn Phon-e 1451. Bll Phon Jll
Will call at your residence or oftlc
An-l Trade Marks OM.-!ne1 !n all
Countries. Atlvlon Vr-f. GEO. J.
OLTSCH, P.fRipJf -r-l Patent Atty., 711-
712 .StuJtl aktr iouth lieni. Ind,
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222 So. - MiLis&n Strtt-t.
iiue PL- Pl Vtom Ul
"un laj" rrom to 10 .C-i A.
Always pure, light or dark. Dellv
tred ta your home. 50c per dozen.
231 Xo. Mlcidsan St.
Bell 375 Home 5591
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