35,000 KNIGHTS TEMPLAR TO MARCH THROUGH BIGGEST TEMPORARY
STADIUM EVER BUILT WHEN THEY MEET IN DENVER THIS AUGUST
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rrcit $20,00 stadium with tho viw of the Colorado Rockies the
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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
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
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
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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:
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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.
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And don't forget the low prices
on all Fancy Spring Suits.
$22.50, $25.00, $27.50
Straw Hats A Price Children's Wash Suits A Price
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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.
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ERE'S A PLACE TO SPEND SUNDAY Ii
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.
Billy Wilson, the Celebrated Baritone, Will Sing Popular Songs Accompanied by the
All Next Week Capt Hinman and His Life Saving Dogs. Boys' Day July 30.
I IIthat popular little playhouse
10c MOTION PICTURES AND VAUDEVILLE 10c
WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, JULY 27.
Singers and Dancers
"The Chalk Fiend
MAY AND JUNE
German Comedy Sketch
ROSE BECKERICH AND WILLARD ERHARDT
' See the Forster Music Publisher's Display in the Lobby.
Free Demonstration Daily.
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Symdayy July 279 1913
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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.
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