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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES."
ft sATcituAY, snrTEMnrm c, 1013. -. . i . . i i I . This T Plays Baseball Game on Theater Stage ''j -L-jfQ- izrCl . rSA$r.:ti aj. rz ;;Vu uzoau 'Ms'JZy q ' don't hSA rn 4 ( V 7 7W. V; ,f3Z PLArZXS (4) Cy OtTtt Wi Ht3d-r ' COMNO TO TfS TfllJiO Cass r-iAv, rvno eoorto A HO LOST TflZ QAMZ rue puAfixct. scsns j JO ftCAL 7m A T yOU 3TA7 TO riGURC WHCH cc to put a ezrcoM & soMe class 70 OLCASQNlS SLIDC TO hOMS. plats as a gkano FtIAL vltaqraph photo-play in which the scents were actually taken in Burma, with Maurice Costello in the leading part. It will be presented at the American theater Saturday. THE DimLTSII DOCTOR." In which Fred Mace, the young: doc tor, dresses as the devil to attend a masquerade ball. There is a hishly amusing chase scene inthis. "A Fish Story." The girl's father agrees to sive her to the younp man who catches the largest fish. During this contest one of the lovers falls in the water and the other pulls out a very larse tish. Quite entertaining'. On same reel with above. At Surprise theater today. Tin: siiEPiiKun or Tin: hills." The Shepherd of the Hills," the dramatization of Harold Bell Wright's novel, will be seen at the Oliver Mon day night. The scenes of the plav are laid among the Ozark mountains ofMis souri. It is a story of the hills and the simple life, yet It has plenty ofi excitement and an air of mystery that will hold the auditor from beginning to end. HOWE'S PICTURES. The titanic character of the Grand Canyon of Arizona will be reproduced by Lyman H. Howe at the Oliver this fall. This appalling fissure i3 now universally recognized as the most wonderful geological and spectacular phenomenon known to mankind. Stolid indeed must be the spectator who can view the unearthly splendor of the sublime gorge without gaeng in astonishment. Its like is found no where in the world. Mr. Hdwe's reproduction also shows the means of descending into the can yon via mule-back over a trail zig zagging at an unrelenting pitch. The above Illustration gives some idea of the hilarity and harmony of the new baseball novelty entitled: "Twenty Minutes in the Clubhouse." to be presented at the Orpheum be ginning .Sunday. The Base Ball Four are sure enough ball players, who bat balls and run bases with league clubs in the summer and make "home runs" with clean comedy and hurl 1 top notes into the bleachers during: Rs it were. Their sketch has a regu- the vaudeville season. George Rob- lar PlQt illustrating a scene at the inson played with San Antordo, clubhouse on the day of a double George Crable with Brooklyn. Tom header. The third baseman has boot- I) lion with Macon and Bill Gleason ed a ball in the last half of the ninth with Houston. They know Eddie of the first game. The club lost and Coifey, Ben Kohler, "Snips" Shafer there is a beautiful row. I'iay is and "Hemic" Ticman and can talk called for the second contest and real baseball with one hand while they ball diamond action is shown at the ins kuhu uj'fid uuaa wun me oiner , time of a critical nlav. Tt i cUrf their baseball scene is the most real istic ever staged for not only are the players shown in regulation uniforms but with the home plate on the stage, the pitcher, catcher, batter and um pire shown in action, the auditorium of the theatre and the court at the side will be used In the great home run scene. V , -, ' . .; , : .... V.1 - f ;, ';4 X 1, V : t . x - ,Yv'ii ; ' : ' V '. 1 i A" i. -Vr:s : ". V i 7 A r V ml AT THE THEATERS. AT Tin 3LJESTIC. A comedy school act employing : eight lively girls and boys is the fea I ture attraction at the Majestic. Ec centric comedy characters a farce comedy teacher and attractive misses in curls and short dresses make the act interesting. The singing number are well presented and several new songs are offered. A special drop and school furniture adds realism to the act. The encores have been hearty and numerous! Rob Clemens, a kid rube comedian, and Rose Beckerlch, with Irish song slides make up an at tractive bill in addition to the pictures. 5orii from "Tlio Dawn rf n Tomorrow", to bo prcsentcxl by tbo Gniyco Scott Players ut the Auditorium, br-glniiins with a matinee Sunday. AT THE ORPHEUM One of the best vaudeville bills of the season has been secured for the Orpheum beginning matinee. An act that recently held the headline posi tion at the Majestic, Chicago, is one the many features. This is Mer- of (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE.) Ml EMI mm New Management. New Show. Everything New. Tonight's Program headed by ALF WILD That Singing Yodlini; Joker. The Classy THd, SWAN, WORAN AND SWAN Nifty Singers and Dancers. CALAWAY STONE, The Man with a Voice. Splendid Feature Photoplay, "LIFE OR DEATH" Gaumont Flayers 2000 Feet. Ask anyone who saw the show last night 10c---ADMISSION -10c Reserved Seats 15c Children 5 c. ARTHUR G. HULL, Manager. r .- A, if-: V y - L Y TONIGHT THE GRAYCE SCOTT PLAYERS In the Delightful Comedy, AWoman's Way ALF WILD, Tlio Joking Y oilier Headlined at New Coliunbia. AUTO A3LXi;i-OiJB AEKVICE. HIRAM C. KRIEGHBAUM FUNERAL DISIEOTQR 303 6. MMn Bx. p,onw Horn' MW: PHI llfllCfil! THEATER SATURDAY MAlTHCi: COSTELIO In a new btory xeture, 4A MAID OF MANDAIjAY. Won by lier swretn'. and sin cerity, distance and alsence makes tlio heart prow fontler. ilvruy myi:hs in THK NEW GOWN." PATEN i " 1 ja Trai Marks Obtained in all ; Countries. Advice Free. GEO. J. ....r- ... m m-t- r no i OLTGCH, Registered Patent Atty., 711 Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS xi Studelaiw' Bl SouUi Bend, in ? -V V - . . . -.r . n 4 - ' S?.Y V (fM IWI MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 8. 4- v. 'V-vr "A MAID OF MA N I) AIj A Y." Won by her sweetness and her sin cerity, a British "Tommy" loses his heart to a natJve maid of Mandalay, where he is stationed with his regi ment. He saves her from the brutal ill-treatment of her father but is obliged to leave her, without even a farewell, when his company Is or dered to return to England. He thinks constantly of her while she, is anxiously waiting and praying that he may return to her. At last her prayers are answered for Tommy, hears the call of her heart and hastens to her side again to claim her as his own. "A Maid of Mandalay" Is a pretty V ywy t . ... Y ... j s. J I - Y' YY" : 'V . Ml " . Y. , ' ' i - - f ' 1 riVi f, - Y- . -i 1 'r ' 4 -4 vi - V . , ft. f .v -- -v "VV.'r : -;" III''- ' ' 1 Seats Selling. Prices 25, 35, 50, 75c and $1.00. - J - 1 A HI " ; .-t-.f Sonne from "Tho Shciihcnl of tlio Hills Oliver tlieater Monday nJ&ht, Sept. 8. 1- I. SURPRISE THEATER THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES. TODAY IN THE MIDST OF TIME THE DEVILISH DOCTOR HIS FRIEND THE UNDERTAKER Coming Tomorrow OH, SUCH A BEAUTIFUL OCEAN THE LATEST IN LIFE SAVING THE FLOWER GIRLS Always a Good Show. .... Thanhouscr Majestic . .Victor Comedy .... Thanhouser Keystone Comedy .... Imp Drama c n wzr P. . Ill f V II.KI THEATE M South Bend & Night D Tt 7 NOW OKT 0 fl A pi n yK j A M Y iL Vr-v sn A Vaudeville Performance Equal to the Best Sean in the New York Theaters vokaiic faidellle mpaif G 'v. 4 2) People 'THE GIRL I THE WHOLE WORLD LOVES" in Her Original Pantomimic Sensation Stage Effects and Costumes of Oriental Opulence; Grand Augmented Orchestra Miss Tanguay Has Been Applauded by More Women Than Any Other Woman in the World 0 flight: $1.50,$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c Matinee: $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. n ii I - i! B I 1 1 ii i i.ai..."... J.