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AT THE THEATERS
"SHEPHERD OF HILLS."
Gafiklll an-J M&cVitty announco for
production at thm Oliver Monday,
M. S. Harold IJoIl Wrlzht's Dlav.
ic hephcrd of tho Hills" a story of
mor and palhoa told in a simple.
ect manner. of love, mvsterv and
roism, with its scenes all in tho
ark mountains. Southern Missouri,
here the author lived for some years.
mere are eevt-rai exciunj? inciuenis,
Including the nisht ride of the splen
did heroine over the hills through a
rtorm, an atlack upon tho shepherd,
and the moral victory of a man when
a panther is about to spring upon his
rival, but there i3 no melodramlc
touch to the play.
HOWE'S pictures.
No other product of human inven
tion has made puch wondrous pre
press or risen with fuch amazing
swiftness as animated photography a-s
presented by Lyman H. Howe.
True, in our day and generation,
there is a legion of other "pictura
thows" of varying degree of merit
pood, bad and indifferent; but when
ever anyone refers t the one exhibi
tion of this nature that is perfect to
the minutest detail it is Lyman U.
Howe's travel festival which comes to
the Oliver early this fall. It stands
alone pre-eminent. No other chal
lenges comparison with it. This opin
ion is unanimous and universal even
among exhibitors themselves as well
as the public at large.
to oive M ATI NEE.
On .Wednesday the Orayce Scott
Players will give the first popular
priced ladies' and children's matinee
of the season. As was the custom last
year, no seats at the Wednesday mat
inees will be reserved and the prices
will be the same, ten cents in the
balcony and LT cents on the main
floor. These midweek matinees be
came so popular last season that tho
capacity of the, Auditorium was taxed
on many occasions, and there isn't a
doubt that they will prove equally as
popular this year. Some splendid
plays have been selected to be given
through the winter and they will all
be as artistically produced as to
stage details and costumes as the
opening bill this wee, so the manage
ment promises.
NOVEJj ATTRACTION'.
lVw productions of modern times
vefbcen accorded the attention that
s leen the good fortune of the Eva
inguay Novelty company which will
me to the Oliver Tuesday, Sept.
matinee and night. There are two
ery good reasons, though, why this
how should receive a little more con
sideration than the others. First of
all it Is probably the first time that a
young woman with the reputation for
fuccess held by Miss Tanguay's hasn't
subordinated all the other members
on the program so that she may ap
pear as the bright particular star.
Secondly, the company came into ex
istence because Miss Tanguay, a short
time ago, discovered that if she was
to play in any but the four largest cit
ies of the United States it would have
to be at the head of a company own
ed, managed and arranged by her-relf.
Ki-ner, president of iho Linitec-.Slates
Diamond Importing Co. and employer
of Hogan. will be heard at that time.
Eisner came to this city to help Hogan
and was arrested on the same charge.
SALONICA. Sept. 3. Sixteen per
sons were killed and many were in
jured when two trains on the Sa
lonJca branch of the Orient railway
collided near Sarlgueul station.
RIDER IS HURT WHEN
TV0 BICYCLES COLLIDE
Joseph ltool, 1815 S. Fellows St., Ke
ceives Painful Injuries In
lvall From Wlicel.
Joseph Reed, 33, of 1815 8. Fellows
st., was painfully injured in a bicycle
collision Tuesday evening, when he
ran into Loul3 Dolman. 1036 Nlles av
at the corner of S. Lafayette and
South st. He sustained a deep scalp
wound, concussion of the brain, and
several scratches.
He was riding his wheel south on
Lafayette St., on the left side of the
street, according to a witness of the
accident ,whe nhe ran into Dolman,
who was coming north on his wheel.
Heed, according to Jones, was on
the wrong side of the street, and in
passing, the riders became confused
and the cc'.lision resulted. Dolman
was not hurt. Reed was carried to
his home and Dr. Edgar Myers was
called.
BOOSTER TRIP NOT
TO BE MADE TODAY
Xd Iian.i for Automobile Party to Ad
vertise Farm Show and Tour
is Postponed.
The boosters who are promoting
the Farm exposition to be held next
fall have postponed the tour about
the county until next week or the
latter part of this week as it was im
possible to get a band to accompany
the party as arranged for Wednesday.
The party will be made up of ten
automobiles and they will plan on
taking in every town of the county In
an effort to stir up enthusiasm in the
fall exposition. It is hoped to add
several cars to tho party in the inter
viewing week.
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Dresses
SALF
CHILDREN'S $1.25 DRESSES 73c
Children's school dresses of ginghams, percale and cham
brays, plain and plaited skirts, light and dark colors; a big as
sortment of these dresses to select from; sizes 6 to JfO
14 years; St. 25 values. Thursday 5C
" GIRLS' $2.00 DRESSES 95c.
School Dresses for children and juniors, in Norfolk, Balkan
and middy styles; colors are light and dark lice, tan. white and
pink, trimmed with braids, plain and checked bands; plain and
plaited skirts; sizes 6 to 19 years; S2.(io values.
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big oni nxD.
LAPORTE, Sept. S. Lemuel Dar
row, mhayor of Iaporte, returned
Tuesday from the oil fields in Ken
tucky, where he is head of a company
that has a large number of leases. His
company got one well Sunday which
Hows 2 0O barrels a clay and a well
last week flowing 75 barrels a day.
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WOMEN'S $2 DRESSES
FOR $1.14.
Women's street dresses, in
stripes, checks and plain col
ors, all neat styles, trimmed
with embroidered fronts, lace
yokes and buttons, open
front and back, all sizes;
S2.oo values, (p 1 A
Thursday 3) 1 9 1 L2
75c MUSLIN WEAR 39c
One lot of muslin wear,
consisting of drawers, corset
covers, chemise, pelticoats
and gowns trimmed with
lace, ribbons and line em
broideries; 75c 5 6
value, Thursday . . . J
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25c DRAWERS 16c.
V o m e n's M u s li n
Drawers and Corset Cov
ers, trimmed with lace
and pin tucks, all full
size; 25c wake. 1 Op
Thursday 'b
Sc Vests 4c
Women's gauze
vests, Thursday
4c
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$3.00 AND $3.50 SHOES
FOR S2.3D.
Men's im me;al, vici kid.
patent leather and Ri.srlan
calf, tans, button and blocker.
Thursday, ? f
pa:r tyteo-J
BOYS' SHOFS CCc ;o 02.
I-'v:.' and youihs button
"nd rhc er school shoes, in aii
e.V.ien-; si :s I) ) j
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to 5T'j.
CHILDREN'S SHOES 98c
TO $2.00.
Misses' and children's button
and blucher, gun metal and
vici kid; sizes 5 to 2. Thurs-
$2.00
MISSES' $2 SHOES $1.50.
Misses' gun metal, patent
leather and vici kid button and
blucher; sizes 1 1 y2 to 2; $2.00
values. Thursday, (T
WOMEN'S S2.C0 CH 3ES $1.5 J.
No. 13C0 women's low heel vici kid, Inition (?- r
2 !ij and blucher; $2.00 value. Thunuay p-r v 5 . ..
MEN'S $2.50 SHOES $1.79.
Men's button and blucher gun metal shoes, (M "7Q
r.ii oizes; S2.50 values. Thursday pair .y w
0-(r row
STANDARD VAUDEVILLE OF QUAUTY
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MISSES' WOOL SWEAT-
In r.l, white and cardinal,
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25c UNDERWEAR 17c.
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ture in M'lrcti t:t- ',. -.r lctn-Srs ;f st v.ai
uiau fur jraMl.iia:; pi i i h r hi tuc ;
jjowcr of a raral. .;lio is ?a . m1 1v , jp.
h-r- i.-tfr. I.. IL v r Lytin. K. II . F:'
T-incoln and I-Mith Story rarry th,j :
main part. Tv'o n'ou'iaph coininlis.
"Tho Suffrat tte MinstrHs" ami '
Father's Chicken IVinnor" will crt-- i
ate much amusement.
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OPENING OF NEW HIGH
SCHOOL TO BE DELAYED
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FHURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY.
BOYLE WOOLFOLK'S
Latest Musical ComeHy Success
Full of Funny Situations. A play With a Plot and
a Story With a Dozen Tuneful Musical Numbers Inter
polate:. TEN CHORUS BEAUTIES WHO CAN SING.
Evenings 7:30 and 9:00. Matinees Daily at 2:30.
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25c HOSE 15c.
Women's line gauze lisle
hose, in while, tan and black.
3:: !5c
I0c HOSE 5c.
Infant mercerized hose, in
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10c CURTAIN RODS 5c
Brass curtain rods, with
nickel ends, complete with fix
tures; worth loc
Thursday $C
$1.00 SHIRTS 59c.
One lot about 65 men's
dress shirts, all worth
SI. Thi'rsdav each ..C
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50c SHIFITS 3?c.
Men's Amoskea'f blue chanibray vor'.:
-iiirts, all sizes, Thursday
50c SHIRTS 18c.
! Boys' negligee shirts, in assorted patterns.
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18c
PRICES 10c, 15c, 25c. SUNDAY New Vaudeville
BuiltUni: Will Not IW Thrown 0x'i
: to tlie students Until on
Sept. 22.
Announcement w;us made Tuesday
nl.ht, y hicrh school authorities, that
the school would not be in ses-sion he-
ore eut. 2 2.
The delay i.: enus -d ly tlu failure
f the contractors t hae tlit ouud-
HK" entirely complete 1 by tlie l.'th.
he day on which it was criminally
d;i:u.ed to coinene the school.
The actual construction work has
been entirely finished and the con
tractors are rnaued In finishing and
lecor;ktinJT the intrrior. All haste
j.osible i b'-in- made, and at first it
Avas thought icv-sible that the finls'i
i it word; wouhj be completed for the
pcnin.
IS BACK FROM VACATION
Jle. 11. T. Ilo-ti.tter to Delixer a
Sv-i- i.on Tonight.
SOUTH BEND, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th
E'-n IJ II r3 1 P.1 1
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1 v-. 1 1. v.. M tetter. pastor of the
"tVestmirsler l'r sbyterian church, re
turned .-em hi summer vacation
hp r.t in Wi-eprsin .and Illinois ab.uit;
J.nV;e Michigan. Tuesday. He will
ru-'t hh; -enr'iratio:i at a special
r;Tei- 'aieetiPii: s rvice Wednesday
cenin-r wb.ea he v;ll use "The Trials
;nd io.al- to b- K.-pt li-fore 1's lar
i v., the i:r suln Vear" as the subject
Ir.r b.'s ser:no.
Re-,-. Mr. Htetter arrived from
Y.'moiia wb.er he went lat week to
Iitt-T.d the !'i, cnference. He spent
( '.TiiiitT i vri of his vacation in
Chicago and at outing places along
the wfst shore.
JUDGE HOLDS LOTTERY
MAM LEGALLY ARRESTED
Ju'ltro Farabaugh has ruled that
John Hocan was legally arrested when
he was brought tip i-jr trial on a
rhare of adertilnK a. lottery. The
cas ca:r.e up some time aco and be
cause of an alleged mistake in the
nr.-t aait the original case was dls
mistd and a new affidavit filr-d.
After the trial had proceeded for
pome time, Atty. .canlon brought up
the point that Hosan had not been
arretted on the new affidavit. Judce
Farahau?h ordered Atty. canlon and
Deputy Prosecutor Schwartz to sub
h.it briefs of their arguments.
They were turned in Monday morn
ing and Judire Farabautrh gave his de-
)!sion Tuesday morning. Th-ase
ill come up Thursday. Af
Xiio evidence yaint ALih-
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25c HOSE 17c.
Men's, women's :md chil-
j seconds of 25c cadets, every
pair warranted to wear. 1
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25c CREPE 14c YARD.
Satin stripe crepe, in all col
ors. Thursday, . A Js
Rnitf
yard
25c CURTAIN SCRIM 17c
YARD.
In white and ecru, neat block
patterns; worth 25c . . . t J
yard. Thursday yard . J. (L
25c HOSE 15c.
A hose for the school boy
that will wear.
Thursday pair i
3C
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in black tjk"
Thur-doy p
--,-:j.:ry no::;:cintq:, all
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IQc CARP;':.' .
O.'e !a:i;C -a- ?
pel ' uples; '
Tliursinv
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19c.
wiM cover;
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shades; v.crt!: i'): ;
viJ.:t crecn and red
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COLONIAL DRAPERIES
Sc YARD.
Colonial draperies, all new
designs, in blue, tan, and green
shades. Special
Thursday, yard
9c
50c STEW KETTLES 29c.
Stew kettles, triple coated,
Hue r.inite; worth Oift,.
5oc. Thursday each
$1.75 RUGS 99c.
Velvet Brussels rugs, size 27x
54 inches, oriental and floral
patterns; worth h$j
$1.75. Thursday ...JSC
$1 MESS ALINE 78c YD.
Good quality mescaline in
assorted colors.'
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AND IT'S ALL CIRCUS
Parade 10:30 A. M. 2 Performances at 2 and 8 P. M.
Seat Sale at Coonley's Drug Store on Day of Performance.
GRAN
Lijyjjy
THE NEW
THE INDIANA.
Newly Decoratexl and Uedutlfietl
Throughout,
THURSDAY, EVENING, SEPT. 4,
HIGH CLASS CARARAT
VAUDISVILLE.
DELUXE PHOTO PIAYS.
LATEST 3IUSIC.
Join the Ctowi1j Attend the
Owning.
10c ADMISSION 10c
RESERVED SEATS l.'Sc.
CHILDREN 5c.
Mama and papa hrlns" the chil
dren. Children brlnj? maina and
ARTHUR G. HULL.
Manafrcr.
AUDiTOEiy IV,
f I HAVE YOU
1 SEEM THEM? 7-
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FJayers
AUD8TOR1UM
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THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES.
TODAY
ii MISSION BELLS Feature American
H MENTAL SUICIDE Rex Drama i
1 IN SEARCH OF QUIET Imp Comedy fj
Coming I omcrrow
I-Vatiire ThanlnM!-rr hi T.o RerN.
THE MISSING WITNESS.
Olii Morn !!!: n.A Noun !lMir.
Don't Fail to Vuie lor tfsr jiii-ni.
AHERIGAH THEATER
Wednesday and Thursdny
L. Rojrer Iytton and Ixllth Storey
In a SiHX'lal I'eaturt
"THE" PRINCE OE IIVIL."
The weakness for anihlln.
IIaoex a woman In th j-owcr of a
racal. She 1 saved hy her sifter.
Two Iiio:raph Coinedls,
"THE SUI'FRACilTTTE
MINSTRELS"
and
"FATHER'S CIIICiiEN DINNER"
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FRANKS & FOX
Comet ly SIner.
BABE WILSON
Clever Jueni!e
Rose Beckerich
Spotlight Sons
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