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35,000 KNIGHTS TEMPLAR TO MARCH THROUGH BIGGEST TEMPORARY
STADIUM EVER BUILT WHEN THEY MEET IN DENVER THIS AUGUST I . .-.- ' ""V : . AM.- r. -. v j v. v. .Xs 1 aIl Jl Jillif U PUBLIC SERV U7 FOR MAYOR O r BOOSTS the BENI SOUTH ICE CITY Do r A fl TIT Tho rrcit $20,00 stadium with tho viw of the Colorado Rockies the Co through their maneuvers. IJV ClfAKMIS 11. xirvvi:Lii. l)i;XVi:):, Col.. July 23. The biar Krst temporary stadium ever built anywhert' is ready in Denver for the Knights Templar conclave, which be gins here Aug. 9. , The enormous stand occupios the new civic center site. It is 710 feet long. 410 feet wide, and it will seat comfortably 30,000 people. It took four weks to build, and us soon as he Knights Templar conclave is over f.force of men is ready to begin raz iiff it. And the cost of the stadium is $30,000. The stadium will be used for the drills, in which 3,000 knights will take part. It also will be used as a re viewing stand for the parade on Aug. 12, when 63,000 men are expected to march. The parade will take six hours to pass the stand. But the big stadium is only one fea ture provided by Denver for this great conclave. For electric effects on the streets and decorations $150,000 is be ing spent. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem is being reproduced in half-reduction, and the Micklegate Knights Templar will get as they Bar of the Benedictine abbey, York, England, is being reproduced com plete. A knight in armor, 50 feet high, against a Colorado sunset, towering 60 feet into the air, will be outlined in electric lights. The city streets, for 60 blocks, will be canopied with incandescent bulbs. No "world's fair" ever has had a lighting scheme to equal that planned for Denver. An electric cross 6 0 feet high will be suspended from a captive balloon 1,000 feet above the dome of the state capitol. DEPENDABLE 3C H0MFOF GOOD CI 07HFS ' tRTFFn. MAP. CLEAN " UP SALE pOMEOF GOOD CLOTHES v CB. STEED, MGR, After one of the Biggest Shirt ales ever held in South Bend we II are gom to have a Big Clean Up And sell all the shirts we have left at the following low prices: EFFICIENT -Jl- v. -v ... y , 1 : - 'I !! - - Y-'v' ' ' Y.v -xvi ,;v-v.- ' . -v TRIED iij:-rm-tmmA ----- - ii ,1 1 I 15 if JJ a 'if -Y-. :Y '-V Y ..-y .1 --- . ' SI j . - : i YY' TRUE TRUSTWORTHY O - .. Y'vl FORTY-SEVEN YEARS OF AGE. FORTY-FOUR YEARS IN SOUTH BEND. EIGHT YEARS IN THE COMMON COUNCIL. THREE AND ONE-HALF YEARS CITY CONTROLLER. SERVED THE PEOPLE WELL IN EACH OF THOSE POSITIONS. THE USE OF TAXES TO BENEFIT ALL THE PEOPLE. PUBLIC MONEY FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD. BELIEVES IN ACTION NOT ARTLESS PLATITUDE. Adverts merit. S1.50 s 2.08 f and R 2.S0 T 53.00 S i ii i i i i i i i i f onn rc r i i 4.00 s (5 13 And don't forget the low prices on all Fancy Spring Suits. $15. 00 ?! $18.50, $20.00 Fancy Suits $22.50, $25.00, $27.50 Fancy Suits v. Straw Hats A Price Children's Wash Suits A Price ,w,i . a AUGUST 12th TO 18tk CORNER 3IICIIIGAX AVE. AND SCOTT ST. Twenty first-class entertainments. Season ticket admitting to all twenty, $2.00. Children to 11, $1.00. Tickets transferable In immediate family. Anions the attractions are the following: Lectures by Dean W. T. Sumner, Hon. J. W. Folk, Hon. Frank Comer fonl, Geo. L. 31cXutt and Hon. Marcus Kavanaugh. Debate Hon. J. Adam Uede vs. Hon. Kmil Seldel Drama The Hen Grelt llayers Recital Isabel GargliHl IJeH?lier Grand Opera Rod path Grand Opera Co. Dramatic Concerts the University Boys, the Roy Scouts and Marx Trio Joy Nlsht, Ralph Rinham, one of the most popular entertainers of the day, ami the Barnard Orchestra, Concert Rohumir Kryl and His Rand Sacred Concert The Mozart Concert Co. Tickets may be obtained from A. S. Irwin, 105 Michigan A v. Also on sale at Public Druj store, 113 S. Michigan St.; R. H. Kuss store, 907 S. Michigan St.; A. V. Huff store, dishing and Michigan Av.; M. C. Hoban store, Lasalle and Kmcrick; Mishawaka Pharmacy, Mi-diawaka. HOUSE TO HOUSE CANVASSERS WANTED. MAIL ORDERS ITLLED. HOME PHONE 1301 . For a Quick Job wo can put enough skilled men to work to finish it is any given time. The workmanship and materials are always the same the best to be had anywhere. No matter whether your job be lare or small, or what kind of a plumbing job it may be, wo can handle it to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. Hear what your neighbors hay of our work. Thos. Williams nai tp f 1 Ii VI II t u IAMG F I h r o VIA- 00 $ii Sii p s M Boat J I kiuA -i - r-t !i H ERE'S A PLACE TO SPEND SUNDAY Ii P APT? SEE THE Ealoon Ascension PARACHUTE DROP. HEAR THE .Band Concerts AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. Billy Wilson, the Celebrated Baritone, Will Sing Popular Songs Accompanied by the Springbrook Band. All Next Week Capt Hinman and His Life Saving Dogs. Boys' Day July 30. 3Z "yiAJESTHC .THEATERS I IIthat popular little playhouse 10c MOTION PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE 10c WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, JULY 27. FIRST HALF SHANNON SISTERS Singers and Dancers MARTIN KOLB "The Chalk Fiend LAST HALF. MAY AND JUNE German Comedy Sketch BARNEY FIRST Character Comedian ROSE BECKERICH AND WILLARD ERHARDT Popular Songs. ' See the Forster Music Publisher's Display in the Lobby. Free Demonstration Daily. 10c ALWAYS THREE REELS OF MODERN -1 n MORAL PICTURES. 10c Symdayy July 279 1913 IChl G AN . ft Ih'PlANA . D - - U TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AOS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS . 5 Q. MICHIGAN r.r. CHICHESTER S PIUS IfU.! Aikyoar Drit(bft9- i.YY Y . . . " " 7 i 7"r SC. SO&0 BY OStiCGiSIS nERlWIEES : 1 I JLM 1 $1.55 South Bend to Michigan City and return, going via South Shore Lines to Michigan City, Boat to Benton Harbor and Southern Michigan Ry. to South Bend. Boat leaves Michigan City at 4:00 P. M. Good going on all cars up to and including limited car, 1 :35 P. M.