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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
nu day. September in, mi 3. aTHE STORE THAT DOES THINGS NTW YORK. Ppt. jo.yotJ.(1 never think, to look at Oscar Ham mergtoln. that he has a rra-nfM a u:; li ter old enough to o on th stae. But he has, and phc'B golns. Ilcr name Is Elaine, nhe is seventeen, ami her father. Arthur Harr.mer.steln, is going to give her a part in a new rnu eJcal comedy, 1IUh Jinks", which he will produce next mor.th. Miss Harn mersteln Is abundantly equipped with Cood lcok3 and ha a njtrano vukr which may pome day awaken her grandpop'a interest. The fjuerf -?i theatrical svion New York has known for many year.s con tinues to pursue it.s peculiar way. Everything's a succcns. At least all the shows that aren't lz hit.s are doing something. Ferenc Molnar, the Hungarian who "wrote "The Devil", now ha-s another play before the American public. It la called "Where Ignorance is Bliss" and Is offered by Harrison Grey Fiske at tho Lyceum. The story la that of an egotistical actor who marries an actrens who has bee notoriously and admittedly tickle In hr affairs of the heart. To test her he disguises himself as a dashing poldler find makeH love to her. He wins her And h never doe.s iind out nfter he has revealed his deception, "whether she knew it all the tin . ehe pruf-fs. or whether she didn't. William CourtleiKh' and Rita Joli vet have the principal roles, and do a tfreat deal to make the play attract ive. David Rolasco offers "The Temper amental Journey," adapted by Leo .DitrichcFtein from the French, and with Dltrlchstein In the Padin part. The plot concerns a painter who, unappreciated artistically by the pub lic and domestically by his wife, de cide to drown himself. Hut. after he 'has plunKeu into the sea. he thinks better of it and swims to a p.ussin vessel. A drowned body is identitfed as hlJ and ho returns home on the Jay of his supposed funeral. He learns two things that his wife haa an "affinity-" and that his pictures have risen enormously in value. There is. however, a woman who really does? care for him, though she had. never let him know it. After staying: dead for . while he confounds th faithlee wife by revealing himself nd the future promise happiness nd prosperity with the real love. Another seemingly successful farce has been added to the wasnn'a hum orous offerings in "Nearly Married", by Edsrar Selwyn. Bruce, McRae heads an excellent cast. Xleber Autfustin." with De Wolf Hopper. May de Sou?a and Georpe MacFarlane. Is a musical hit at the Casino. The music la by Leo Fall and Jerome Kern. The New Amsterdam has "Sweet hearts", with melodies by Victor Her bert, and with Christie Macdonald starred. It also has caught cn. rt(. 5f (C V fc V J I AT THE THEATERS 9C C $ $ tilw ncnniKs coming. The management of tho Orpheum announces that belnnin Sunday the original Harry K. Thaw pictures re cently taken in Canada will be shown in connection with the regtilar bill as an added feature. These pictures are now belnfr shown at the Majestic thea ter, Chicago, and have been pro nouncced life-like reproductions of recent scenes in the life of the most tlked about prisoner of the present day. Scenes showing William Jerome and other principals in the case are hIso shown. The:; are not faked sen sational pictures marketed to com mercialize Thaw's notoriety but au thentic views of Inte occurrences that have "been given much space In the daily papers. They will be phuwn for four days at the Orpheum beginning Sunday. AT THIS orpheum. The final thirty minutes of the new bill at the Orpheum is about as lively a half hour as one ever ses in a thea ter. The Hendrix and Belle Is-le com pany of seven are seen in "The School master." Just what the Detroit sum mer resort has to do with the affair is not explained. The characters and wetting is similar to many other school acts that have preceded this one. But it runs through on huh speed and the "hick" comedian at the front desk is such a likeable chap in spite of his coarse makeup that the act meets with it lot of applause. The comedy if all horse-play and slap sticks of va rious sizes are worked overtime but the misses look dainty, sinff fairly and the afore-mentioned comedian Mns. dances and keeps things in a con tinual uproar. Rurkhardt and White at the piano and with songs, sentimental and char acter, put oer a likeable act The vocalist has ability and versatility and closes strong with a serious poem into which, he puts a sreat deal of feeling. The Alexander 'rls are tiny tots who look all the smaller on the bi empty sta;e. They are talented youngsters, dance nimbly and with Quite a bit of skill, and are cute in character impersonations. The open ing audience liked them. Joe I .unison, somber of face and droll in his delivery. made many friends with his mixture of chatty comicalitbss. He Is particularly strong with his parodies and should Mn more of them. Lanion has had a lot of experience as an entertainer and there Is one bi item t his credit the ladies like him. Herry and Berry opened the show with a ood musical act. They are experts on a number of instruments and lWry introduces clever eccentric clowning. :: - ' v -L a-- 'V.: :. ; ' S1 " fr s '4.- - -a. 12 ?'.. VVV -'-X ' : 'ft 1 h to 1 v iU ' v i: ty:. Aif- 'J? :;! -5 ;.- ' ' ' : r -r "... :. v- :: :;p& t ' '' r ' ' .''... v(y,.A' f Kii.MM: ha mmi;i:sti:in. man is such a strong contrast to the sweet and lovable character of Marian Stanton in "A Woman's Way," Glad in "The Dawn of a Tomorrow" and Molly Wood in this week's play, "The Virginian." that it will afford an ex cellent demonstration of Miss Scott's versatility. Miss Mabel Harrison created this role and Miss Scott's sister. Miss Blanch Deyo. In private life, Mrs. Walter Jones, wife of the well known comedian, played it in one of the four companies which later were sent out in this play. DAMON AND PYTHIAS SHOWN IN MOVIES Three packed houses greeted the performance at the Columbia theater Thursday night when a special bill arranged by the management and presented under the auspices of Cru sade lodge, No. 14, of the K. P. was given. The money realized when all expenses have been paid will be used toward buildinp the new castle, which the lodge contemplates building, was presented as the feature number. The elaborate colorings and beauty of the scenes around which the plot is laid together with the well known story delighted the audience. Other numbers were presented by the Le Marsh Duo on a harp, string and brass instruments. Three other acts, musical and co median, together with three extra "reels of moving pictures completed the bill. OLDCST JOCTOU DIHS. LAPOKTi:, Sept. l'j. Dr. Benjamin Hollenbeck, ag 63, one of the oldest practicing physicians in Import county, lled this morning at his home In Westville. Dr. Hollenbeck started to practice medicine 4 2 j'cars ago at New Carlisle. He was formerly presi dent of the port e County Medical society. The funeral will be held on Sunday. WOMKX LAUC;ili:i AT IjANKIAX Droll Comedian at Orplicuiu Suc ceeds lUicause Indies Hidioule Ills A iiHara i uo. Joe L'inigan "The Adonis of Vaudeville," the comical monologist at the Orpheum this week, believes in making the most out of one's ap pearance. As he grew to .voung manhood, his Irish father and his French-Canadian mother never per mitted him to mourn on the score of his appearance. Joe is what is known as a long, lean and lanky guy and when dressed In sombre black with his prominent nose and long-drawn face he looks about as cheerful as the front plume on a hearse. But his father told him in confidence that he was "funny." 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Chambers sensational! r.ovel. makes a particularly strong ap peal to women. The etory is of fas clcating interest to the feminine sex i especially, notwithstanding that the scenes and incidents are pertaining to a man's world. It is forcible indict ment against marriage conventions, which the author has counteracted in a clever and masterful way. "The Common Law" comes to the Oliver Friday, tfept, 26. Tin: jiLUi; mocsi:." Onn of the Interesting ft attires of nxt week's performances of "The Blue Mouse" to be presented by tho Grayce cott players at th Auditori um, will be tho opportunity of seeing Miss Scott a Pauletto Devine. the "I'm o Tempermental" vaudeville actress who 1 known as "The Blue Moum-" because she Is su little and wear blue gowns. Xlils slangy, wido-awako young wo- ' :- : . -..'..'.jf .'. . ,'y--'X ... r " ' ' Joe Lanlpin, Comedian, at Uio Or pheum. Then came a theatrical manager who asked him why he didn't go into the show business. Ianlgan took the combined advice of the three and by carefully studying his physical de fects began to frame up an original act along the lines of what might happen to a man about as thin as a drinK of water. He is quiet, deliberate and very droll and while exactly the opposite of a handsome man is one of the greatest favorites on the Orpheum time with the women. It must be because ho amuses them for they giggle continuously at his line of pat ter and applaud him vigorously. They say It is all off with a man if the women laugh at him, but in Joe Lanigan's case it has been one of the secrets of his success. THAW TAKES AUTO RIDE AND WALK; FEELS GOOD H $3.50 Silk Petticoats. Fine all Silk Messaline Petti coats; have accordian pleat ed tlounce; all ihe leading rail shades. Saturday Special " MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED. $4.00 Silver Mesh Ba-s German Silver .Vkeh Hat:-; seven inch frame; !-r.Nr chain lar.vile; head ad'rn- A tC$ 3 riieiii. pcc Samrdav . . SOUTH BEND'S GREAT UNDERSELLING STORE IS A BLESSING TO THE WAGE EARNER It has succeeded 'n loweruig the cost cf livine to thousands of South Bend pepple by selling hlzh zradc merchandise at a &aTii of from 25 to 50 per cent. Our business is growing by leaps and bounds, adding new patrons each day as they find out the I many acntages gained by making the Grand Leader their shopping headquarters. COME HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AND SEE. What great money opportunities thi, n;o regular price- store really brings you. $3.50 SHADOW LACC WAISTS $l.t)S si.. imwviv wiiiti: dkkssks ys' si l di 1 s vi:i.virr hats. si.s n 1 $18 New Fall Suit Serges and Bedford Cords at All slzf-s for Wo men a n ( Ml.vst-s. Tluso .-in pu:irn!i ftl s;itlr llll'il. r.r;ii)l now f;ill styles. hoiv .51U.'.C $1.50 and $2 Petticoats. Woman's IU'.iutlfu! M;i-)in xs 1 Vtti-.ltS ; IT T 1 I With h-.p U ll ty7 0 Kxtr.i UUU S pt-t-ia I Look! 8.50 Fall Dresses Choice all Wool Serges at 75c Silk Hose Wom-.is All ruro-Silk Ht-s.': garter "s'tfrf! t'j: ri,l:if.n,tsl lufl 5 y B nml N.1: Muck, S;.Mial $1.50 Kid Gloves Lj'.aN' Sln.rt KI.l l;-.itl; !,;i.k. ta: ,1 vl ' jei a 1 98e S3 and S4 Dress Ski: 1 3 Hot h Wo:ii'n! :inl MisK si7-:: all vvi. Irss Sklrtn In s'rpcs : olori. Ma-k. Mm ami Itrnvn. h'm-i.il for Saturday 'I)lV $1.79 $1.00 and $1.25 Gowns Wot ion's Muslin Jvn made from rim in : tiutiful !Tr. lr.ee Speclnl itiful niir.i-fc3 5 and ribbon; J J cut f'.lll. IK.85 T-ii:;.i:-.l w:'U vrh.-t a:i l ;1 -i:ns l'i ' t; ijiiw i f ;i v r : Woi.:."!!' f Till Ml ' vj -', 15 Fancy Silk Costumes For iifUrnMi :u, cvc::i;u oar: la t-r ty!-; nou hif fiiri over s!;al(v r r i 1 j'l.iiu Sale of Ladies', Men's and Child's Sweaters! S! llrtifl Grand Ilcr Itarains. .V, DilM's Now Fall $2 Corsets 3.98 1 M Q'Q FaniTiK Wllholntinu Cc.rsoxs, In the jx-Avst l ull rrrnlfl. pur.r:mt4el rnit proof aiul not to break. Satunl iv S;.f-ial Lndlps all xvool Swfvitor ('.vtts In (Iray, Ked and Whlto In ancy and pin hi finish: roular new Hvron col- ir it- urnay H new Hvron O 2 In r. i:.?rh flj g ?3.:.) vlu. s. ft urday $l.9S. V 2.dO T AV oran's Pure ol NVir folk Sweater In irar. Kod and Tan: military collar In t h o nv fall Nor f o 1 k stylos. Cholro now at iill (rami I.raIer'R S;ilni; Trlrr. Men's Swelter Coats worih rn rIu (Jray and lied: hlph mil o.ll.ir. Sp'rl for 'Sttnru'ay Sl.. U8s t S!0 Silk Atessaline ? n-.,, lICC, i()I and misses women S6.95 n o r s ' Sweaters i (Jray. Cinli'i si ij and Tun sh 'b-v. U all hav et . lri'-ed at Srel:!ly t ?Y i i I :::irie Sl.I.'v i ll ir ,!M II ;i I r i r L i iv. l-..'w rfV Hie s..ft .,.! W ay; all T; ifaMlJ? s' . n!es .... 69c Children's Dresses Size f to 14 years. In ii S7c Made of Percale NVw Fall iMttems 'n rd.-!d aal j.lal.i bluej trlirvned liia hn U a n d lone sleeves ; special for Saturday at ::tc. $1.50 Child's New Dresses Made of fast color aletea In Ktrliel and c-h.-ked : beautiful trimmed styles; sizes '1 to 14 years. Saturday Infant 59c Sweaters 39c Handsome 1'hH stl" Velvet Ribbon 23c MenS Silk Velvet ribbon. No. Ifi, In vdack; reerilar .V KrT,,l- Rntnrdav vsird Het ;- Work Shirts 50c Work Shirts in finest Cham brays and black sateen; cut full: Saturday at Boys' $8.50 Suits all St ! $4.73 37c I Hoys' l)res and Sh..ol Suits, -a ("-ill s.." . .Norfolk sty III fam-y wool ,ors!,d ; kni-dcer J a n T . Si-e-i.il Saturday. .1.7."i. It 3 W V :um Wool 1 ftp SerKe IreseS ).l,yO 2 Men's Serge Pant Men's Hl'ie Serpe Pants; extra well made of splen did wearlne blue f.eree; all si"s. Special Saturday 4 $3.50 Boys' Blue Serge Suits Made of Splendid wearine bine sre Norfolk style; to Id years Sat unlay $4 Hoys' (Vrduroy Norfolk Stiits 1 2.93 Of ' mm imm m J . .V r - - -1 13 their growth. 11L IIOIVSON'S F.CZK- L OIXTMIOXT can he relied on for relief and permanent cure of .suffering babies whose skin eruptions have made their life miserable. "Our baby was afflicted with breaking out of the skin all over the face and scalp. Doctors and fckin specialists failed to help. We tried Dr. Hobson's Kczoma Ointment and were overjoyed to ee baby com pletely cured before one box was used" writes Mrs. Strubler, Dubuque, Iowa. All drucKlsts. or by mail. 50c. i'n:iiTi:u ciikmicwij company St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia, Fa. ;i7rs jlth;mi:t. Henry Dhaens was awarded judg ment in the sum of J21S.58 apainst Frank Thaens in the circuit court Thursday in a suit to foreclose a mortgage. .... jaah vig j.isngwf., : r HOMEOF GOOD CLOTHES CQ.STEED, MGR. -v 7' . i. TWENTY r VE Years L. 11'. r.7 cG A fJFJ UNDERTAKER N. MJiivlsan St Uorae PIkkio R211; lleH FlKmes t5 Averts He Has Had Most I'njoyahle Day of Ills Life In Many Years. TAX KrilELIK Famous violinist, coining: to Uio Oliver Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS CONCORD. N. H., Sept. 13. "This has been the most enjoyable day I have, had in years," said Harry Thaw, as he returned from a long1 automo bile ride in tho country Thursday. The outlns was arranged by Sheriff Drew, who has Thaw In custody pending the outcome of the extradi tion hearing before Gov. Felker next Tuesday. Accompanied by the sheriff and hl3 assistant, newspapermen and photo graphers. Thaw was cheered by a crowd as the party left the hotel. Th automobile whirled out of the city through the village cf .Venacook. 12 mile3 distant, to Boscaren. There the inviting fields stretching along side the etate boulevard nttracted Thaw, who got down to stretch his lege, with Police Officer Stevens as his fseort. 'This has made me feel like going to bed early and getting a good sleep," said Thaw when he got back. DON'T IJTT HABY SFFFIIH WITH 1XY.KMA AND SKIN FUFITIOXS. Dabies need a perfect skin-covering. Skin eruptions cause them xvt only Intense sufterlni;, but hinders If you have never tried it, see what a bank account will cJo for you. Here are some of its benefits. You have in the bank. will feel that you a partnership interest You will be interested in boosting your home town. You will get acquainted with men of affairs, which may place you at the right spot just at the right time. AMERICAN TRUST GO. On Savings Accounts xoenence In Treating the Following Chronic DUeases, Blood Poison, Nervous Dlseanea. Rheumatism, Eye, Far, Nose and Throat troubles. Catarrh. Weak Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Heart Trouble, Stomach, Liver, Kidneys. Bladder and all urin ary and Skin Diseases. I)lsvt!ses of Women: Wastrng weakness, discharges, sterility, Irres iarlties and painful periods cured ithout surgery. ; Diseases of Men: Nervous debility, lost vigor. Varicocele, Hydrocele, Rup ture, Piles and all rectal diseases; Stricture and all special diseases of a contageous nature. . Charges Reason able, including Medicine. EXAMINATION ANT) CONSUL TATION FREE. TUCKER H0U71S 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4:30 and 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday from 9 to 10:30 a, m. Oflice 20T Toe"2p Bld., opposite Postofflce, boutfi Bend, lad, S Don't Fiis THE VIRGINIAN At The AUDI! HARRY L YERR1CK FUNERAL DIRECTOR I fumisa the complete equip ment, from the f.mt call to tb burial. RoUi Phones LI 9 KovS J&9 Ct. vaude villi; or QUALITY 1 fVr r rfTI f5 Tl r,TT:'rv!1 NOW PLAYING Till: I TEN DRV AL belli: islk ro. Of f-Vvpn people in the Greatest School Act Now Playinif Burkhanlt A: White Berry & Berry Alexander ihN Ianian Matinee Dally 2:00 Evenings 7:30 & 9. 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The Ward of the King Two Reel Thanhouscr With Flo La Badie and James Cruze. ! The Tail of a Fish Gem Comedy Coming Tomorrow. Waiting for Hubby Thanhouser Comedy Man's Duty Rex Feature Open Mornings and Noon Hour. ff II fl il n i I