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THE OUTGO TAX ALWAYS DUE. BY SISTERS OF HOLT GROSS r n AYS MATINEE SATURDAY 1 1 Endorsement of Father John's Medicine as a Tonic and Body Builder. Cures Colds and Lung Troubles. STARTING TONIGHT HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS nitKsn.w, .ovioinr.n is, iota IVER 1 ML ii .pffi vjgr,. .'Liw jc&ws ws!l& 1 - This is one of the many letters we have received from hospitals and institutions all over Canada and the United States "We cheerfully recommend Father John's Medicine as a pood remedy for bronchial troubles and as a tonic and body builder for those who are weak and run down. Several persons of our institution have used it with beneficial results' (Signedr Sisters of Holy Cross, 44 Chandler St, Nashua, N. II. Not a "cough syrup" or a patent medicine with weakening stimulants, but a food medicine the prescription of an eminent specialist. Cures colds and all throat troubles. JL ftt u-1 rm n r-r t U If s! 4 a a i No Alcohol St- or Injurious drugs j i-:vi-:nYvoMAx.,M j Those who' have not hai the ood tfortunu to witness a j)erfwm:iiu.- of ,rVValter Browne's dramatic s;ootacU-, MJverywoin.in." will W i)!asU to ' Jinow that Ilt-nry V. Savao will offer tho unusual ;lay at th ulivor for throo nights ajul a Xaturd.iy ni.itinoe, starting tonight. Its oxtraordinary succor in Anurica has ! ri tupidc , mented by a triumph in fix t frci-,'n countries where it is now ln-in played. Mr. ttvvau-o conoid rs "Kvery woman" Iii.s rcatt-:-t triumph :us ;i iro tiucer and upon it ho has lavished a ijood-sizrd fortune. "Kverywoman" affords ideal enter tainment while at tile same time it teaches a lesson needful and salutary. 3Iany people who seldom ro to tho : theater are attracted by "Kverywo iman." It belong? to the same class of entertainment as "The lilne Ihrd," fand a.s a proiluetion it is even more 'elaborate than Hen 1 1 nr. The dramatic ensembles of "Kvrry "tvoman" include a lare number of people. There is in adilition a spe 'cial symphony orchestra tt render the impressive score which was written ("by (Jeor,v Whitefitdd ChadwicJ;. dean of tho New Ihilantl Conservatory of 31usic. ()f lioston. "Kverywoman" tells a tale of the ninivTsal experience of woman and it finds a ready response in the mind and heart of every woman. It searches ieep into the soul and as Klbert Huh lard h.x .-aid f it: "In "Kverywo nian you are sitting in the rand jstand watchiiii,' vein m If ;;o by." The cast is an excellent one. Mr. jSavae .striving; to sustain the reputa itlon he has acliie-ed as the sponsor of notable attractions. The title role 3s played by Thais Marame, one of jthe most forceful oiinu dramatic act resses in America. .h. wears some ;exiuisite irov.ns in the role which "were designed expres.-Jy for her by Oladama Zimmermann. in Paris. nal success in the principal role of this clever musical play and haj been surrounded by her managing direct ors. Messrs. F. Hay Comstock and Morris CJest, with a company of prom inent artists. at Tin: suiirmsi-:. Miss Winifred Greenwood will be seen "In the Making1 of a Woman" at Surprise theater today. This story pets out of the rut of certain western releases. The butterfly wife, lost in the woods, comes to the home of the outlaw, whise child is sick. He is in despair because she can do nothing for the child and Fends her away from his door. loiter she returns, through fear of coyotes, and nurses the child through its illness. The story is a good one and holds the attention. SEEKING EVIDENCE IN GRAFT INVESTIGATION lawyer Who is Thought to Know of Contributions is Wanted as a Witness. at Tin: oiiPiircvM. Ic;:iiming with today's matinee a new bill of vaudeville will be seen at the Orpheum, headed by Frank Rush, the prince of story tellers. Hush has a manner that is all his ov.n and the way he tells his amusing anecdotes and the cleverness which he displays in securing new materi.ti, stamps him as an artist of the highest grade. His wide experience in the vaudeville business has enabled him to choose the right sort of stories and tell them with a punch that makes every point count. Mr. and Mrs. Krwin Conley have a neat idea In the comedy sketch line, entitled "A strong Cup of Tea." The little playlet is full of good, wholesome comedy and original situ ations to which those well known players do ample justice. Harnes and Koiunson will be seen in a new and up-to-the-minute singing and talking act that is said to be most entertain ing. Caron and Farnum, comedy acrobats, will present a routine of astcunding feats of strength and nov elty gymnastics, while Sibee's dogs will complete the program with clever tricks. PA i:ly THAW. Seats for the cii;'.ii'riiirMt of Kvelyn rN"ebit Thaw at the liver will be on ,sale Friday morning. Mrs. Thaw eomes here at tho head of a lar;o company direct from the London Hip jiodiome and 1 1 am n i r t . c i 1 1 's rMf vrar I n. New York city, in "Mariette." a jmisical divertissement by Maurice Volny. which scored a i:reat sum s nt the famous Alkambra theater, Lon don. Mrs. Thaw has scored ;i phenome- Moncy Saved by Making Your Cough Syrup at Home Take It tit ti l'ov- Tottiriil, iiUil Mops a Hard ( ou'li in u. Hurt) AT Tin: MAIICSTIC. The minstrel jubilee given by the Angel Musical Comedy company a Jew weeks airo at the Majestic proved such a big hit that the management has decided to offer another minstrel show which will be the bill for the balance of the week, beginning Thurs day. This is an entirely different per formance and contains all new jokes, sonus and comedy acts. The tirst act will have a special stage setting en titled "Paris by Night." and among the ballads and solos offered will be "My Wild Irish Rose." "What D'ye Mean You Lost Your Dog?" "Cross the M;iMin and Dixie Line" and "You're a Grand Old Flag." In the vaude ville olio, Arthur Angel, the southern minstrel boy, will be heard in a new monojosjiue: Kvelyn and Christie in a singing and dancing specialty and a bii: number by the chorus girls. The performance will conclude wiih the famous. old time minstrel afterpiece, "Over the Kiver Charlie," one of the funniest comedies ever written. The -how is extra long and the curtain will rise 15 minutes earlier than usual. NEW YORK, Nov. 13. The trial of alleged graft, disclosed by charges that roads and canal contractors in many counties were "sand-bagged" by Tammany hall into making contri butions to state calnpaign funds in recent years led up-state again Wed nesday. An assistant district attorney, John Kirkl.md Clark,, made inquiry in Oswego, where he hoped to obtain from a prominent lawyer of that city information to present the John Doe investigation in progress here. The lawyer sought by Mr. Clark is believ ed to know of such contributions in as much as ho has acted as attorney for several contractors. The John Doe proceedings will be resumed before Chief Magistrate Mc- Half a century ago, when the late Father John O'Hrien of Lowell, Mass., recommended to his parishioners and friends the prescription that had restored him trj health and strength, the people named it Father John's Medicine. Its power to cure colds and throat and lung troubles is due to the fact that it gives vital strength to light the disease. Father John's Medicine is for sale in South Hend by Coonlej Drug Co., cor. Washington av. and Michigan st., also Public Drug store. Woods & Htreibel. 1 1 .1 S. Michigan st., and practically all other drug stores in the city. If you have any difficulty in getting Father John's Medicine from your druggist,, write to Father John's Medicine, Lowell, Mass., enclosing one dollar for a full sized bottle. TWO SUITS FILED AGAINST RAILROAD Undertaker and Liveryman Ask .$25, 000 for Collision With Fun eral -Pmccs-don. ELKHART, Ind., Xov. 1C Livery man D. K. Howies in the superior court Wednesday filed suit for $15,000 and Undertaker C. Edwin Walley for J 10.000 against the Iig Four railroad for injuries sustained when a hearse they were driving was struck by an excursion train at the Middlebury st. cros.sin.ar on Sunday, Aug. .. last. Mr. Dowles and Mr. Walley vere conducting a funeral party to the cemetery when the accident occurred. The hearse held the body of August Weber. One horse was killed and the other so badly injured th.-t it was shot and the hearse was damaged. Mr. Howies was under the care of a physician for Adoo Thursday when Geo. II. Mc- weeks. Mr. Walley was able to leave Guire of Syracuse will again take the stand if lie is in physical condition to do so. ENTIRE STUDENT BODY -BIDS TEAM FAREWELL PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 1?.. Prac tically the entire stu'dent body of the University of Pennsylvania was in and around the railroad station Wed nesday when the football team de parted for Ann Arbor, Mich., where the annual game between Pennsyl vania and Michigan will be played next Saturday. Shortly after 11 a. in. the college classes vre dismissed and about r, 000 students assembled on the cam pus. Speeches were made by Capt. Vounir of the team. Oorcp H. Brooke, the ccach, and others. The students, headed by the university band, per formed the snake dance and then pro ceeded through the principal streets to the railroad station for the two miles distant, cheering. Tirzah lepers. Scene 4 rene, "It is He the king The Naza Scene Z The lepers healed; the Xazarene car ries His cross; Calvary. the same day on a comemplated trip but was lamed for sometime, und suf fered from other hurts. THREE ARE GUILTY OF FORGING RACE TICKETS Men Who Cashed in Although They Did Not fJet on Events Are (iiven Sentences. LOUISVILLE. Ky., Nov. 13. Pen alties for the forcing and cashing of Pari-mutuels tickets during the re cent race meeting at Douglas park were assessed in the criminal court here Wednesday against three men. A. L. Fry, claiming to be from Vir ginia, pleaded guilty after the evi dence had been seeured and was giv en an indeterminate penitentiary sen tence of from one to five years. J. J. Jefferson, alias F. M. Sheets, said al so to bo from Virginia, was sentenced to five months in the county jail on his plea of guilty. John Molden. alias T. J. Johnson, a Pittsburgh steamboat engineer, pleaded guilty to a misde meanor chase and was assessed a fine and costs. WANTS ALIMOXV. Charging cruelty Rosa Hie key has filed suit for divorc?. from George Hickey in the superior court. She asks $1,000 alimony. They wore mar ried January' L 19 1-. and separated Nov. 11, 1913, according to the com plaint. Ilickey's property is said to bo worth $3,000. The Tremendous Dramatic Spectacle Standing Solitary and Alone, the Culmination of Three Centuries of Dramatic Achievement. 150 People A Symphony Orchestra A Dazzling, Bewildering Display of Costumes, Scenery and Electrical Effects. r.. Largest Musical and Dramatic Organization Ever Toured PRICES: Nights Lower floor, $1.50, $2; balcony, 75c, $1. Matinee Lower floor, $1 and $1.50; balcony, 50c and 75c. Seats Now Selling forl Performances. 1 s i r HOME OF (.OOD PICTURES. Today MISS WINIFRED GREENWOOD In MAKING OF A WOMAN. 3 An absorbing psychological drama, depicting the trans formation of a society butterfly. Open Mornings and Noon Hour. r-rv r' m-jm m ' r""""""? . . !! - v I l "if V i ii mi f i"'-'--' - ' 1 - . i . ii ii T I I J I J i 1 1 Cou;rh i:iolirinr-s. a- a rul contain a lari:e iiuur.tity oi vl.iin n:p. If oi take one pint of granulate ! MiLT-tr. aM 1j pint ol war::i uatrr an 1 tir a!out ""niinutts, oi have as ood yrup a lUOIH'V COUM 1'UV. If you Avill t'i.en put nunvos of Pinrx" (fiftv cM' wort'ii in a pint Tonic, ana nu it Tip wit:i i:.e Mi-ar i yrup, vou will l;;ne a- riiK-h couuli i BEN HUR WILL BE PRESENTED AT CHURCH Tirrt Part Will In (;icii at M. Paul's M. I'. Church Tomorrow NiKht. That the two entertainments to be slyexi at t. Paul's M. K. church will l'o one vf the biirget successes ever t-vrup as you coull h:iy iea.lv i:ia ie for ! presenUM in an entertainment there c .(J. lake a ifa-po"!i:i:i eery o:n two or tlirte 1 mirs. It k pii"Otlv. You will lirul it one of tl.e l t eoul tyrut'S you ever u.-r ! run in who..i.jr coum. Viu can it ( 1 it take ho; usually conjuer an r.rlir.arv i-oi:h in l!i hour. It i T.-t la: tive eno-.ili. Las a jrrl tonic tifect, ur:i the tav.o ii pleasant. It U a 7r"r.'!i.l rnov. t.io. for x hooping c-ouh, . M'u-:io!ic croup, l.car.v r.v.' a:.d Lronchial a-:h.r::a. l'inex a rr.'-t vau!ah!-' eolt-t ritra ii coinpo'in.l f Xi'iv.av i!.iie pine rtract, ric!i in ::aia"'""l an! other ralinf t ine 1 :;: r.t No oth. : pr.pa liticn w-jll vcrk ir: t:.;s i'onaula. This r!in for rm'.iir r ectrh T?rzt I? lrac tlnrt arv other rcuh rfmedy. The r!in hr" r.ftvn Lccu iinitatc d tut never tucct.:"allv. A tJarar.tv of aLo!nf Fati-f.tctin. 1 or money pro't'tlv refund"!. v'ith i; ...;m ... t . - ,. I "lead to TLq I'iacx Co., YU Wayne, hid. believed ly church officials, by the larjre number of ticket which hav alrtaly been sold. Assisted by the ohoir. compoed of Mrs. Iaura C !i 11. soprano; Mrs. William II. Swintz. contralto; Karl W. Knorr, tenor; (lerald Hunt, ba.o; and Max Lirundo. organist. lev. J. I, (lardi n r will present "Ben Hur" in two parts. Tart one, to be presented Thursday nisht. November 20. "has been divided into the following scenes; "The star!', scene 1; IJen Hur, th" Jew Nassala. the Roman, .scene 2: the ac cident, Ben Hur falsely accused, a galley slave, scene 3; tho noble trib une, the fight at sea, scene 4; and for scene 5. the heroic rescue. The second and last Pirt of th book will be delivered December 4. It has been divided as follows: Scene 1 Ben Hur In Ant!och. Simonides and Hsther his daughter. Iras, the Egypt ian enchantress. i?cene 2 Uen Hur trains. "The Four." the race, the Jew Every Home Needs This Great Remedy Three Good Reasons WHY THIS BANK SHOULD BE YOUR BANK First: A good. Influential banking connection is absolutely essential to tho proper conauct of any buslnee or enterprise, public or private. Second: TVe have ample resources to puaranteo tho safety of all de posits at all times. Our methods are progressive but thoroughly con servative; wo take no unnecessary risk. Third: Our experience and busi ness judgment enables us to fur nish our patrons Intelligent advice in regard to Investments and other business matters. Patrons of this bank are Invited to consult with any of Its officers. Call today and get acquainted. ST. JOSEPH COUNTY SAV INGS BANK. THE ST. JOSEPH LOAN & TRUST CO. I f i mm -4 4 if'i That Popular Little Playhouse EIGHTH SUCCESSFUL WEEK THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY The Angel Musical Comedy Co. Presents A Big Nev.' a n n n n can mm h m 1 mmmu&te Everything New Bigger, Better, Brighter than ever. Our last Minstrel Show played to Capacity Houses. DON'T MISS THIS ONE COME EARLY. GIRLS FUN MUSIC rHILARITY 4 "A BIG TIME FOR A DIME" SUNDAY NEW MUSICAL COMEDY ALWAYS THREE REELS OF MODERN MORAL PICTURES ,11 II .1. LJ I " EYES EXAMINED 'JL&d Bcad&cbea Relirfed without & QSf of Drug by 3 ! M. LEMON TREE 3 Cuth Ben4' Lendlhf Opteinertt mo4 Manufacturer Ojktlcian. 222 o. MJcliigan Btret. paa Phone I'M. Bf-r riwaa ttZ. CvuUji trom to 10 JO JL 1L No Home Can Afford to Be Without a Mild, Reliable Laxative-tonic. No well-regulated home should he without a laxative, for there is scarce ly a Iay in a family of several per sons that someone doesn't complain of a headache, of ploeplcsoness, or show the first tlsns of a cold. A laxative then lecomea a neces sity or what was a trilling congestion at the beginning- may run into a ser ious cold or fever. No harsh remedy is needed, but simply a mild laxative tonic that will make the liver active and stir up the bowels. People who have tried a reat many things, and are themselves heads of families, who have ieen the little ills run to bip one.s, will tell you that there is noth ing better than Dr. Caldwell's" Syrup ; Pepsin, which you can obtain at any j drug store for fifty cents or one dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size. i Among" the great believers in Svrup Pepsin for constipation in old or young, and as a general household emergency remedy, is Mrs. M. F. Smith. 710 X. Cherry st.. San An tonio, Tex. To use her own words. 6he sa.ys she will bless Dr. Caldwell to her dying days for she believes that through his remedy. Syrup Pep-, sin, she found the way to permanent good health. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Is scientifically compounded and its purity is vouched for. Mothers give it to tiny babes, and grown people. win. Soene :i Hen Hur again in the Hvly city; his mother and his ' sister i taking' a little large amount, :ind It MP.S. M. F. SMITH equally effective. It is mild and gen tle, pleasant-tasting af.d free from griping. It does not hide behind a high sounding name and is absolutely free from any prohibited IngTedient. Families who once use Syrup Jepsln forever after avoid cathartics, calts, pills and other harsh medicines, for these only do temporary good, are nauseous and a. shock to any delicate system. Such things should never be given to children. Families wishing to try a free sam ple bottle can obtain it postpaid by addressing Dr. W. U. Caldwell. 419 Washington st.. Monticello, 111. A postal card with your name and ad dress on it will do. Title Insurance like Fire Insurance is a form of insurance for the protec tion of Real Estate Owners. There are certain' risks that the owner must either carry himself or he must have some responsible company carry for him. When you buy Real Instate require the title to be insured by the Indiana Title & Loan Company. It will then examine the title so carefully that it will be willing to issue a policy guar anteeing that you will never suffer a loss by reason of a de fect in the title. Indiana Title & Loan Company Cor. Main and Center Sts. F. 31. Jackon, President. Zar Hacy, Secretary. AUTO AMBULANCE iERYICE. HIRAM C. KRIEGHBAUfl FUNEHAL DIRECTOR 803 S. yaln St. Phne Horn VfiQ5: B-!1 C0 ii n H iS SOUTH BEND'S FOREMOST PICTJJRE HOUSE. UNDERTAKER 833 X. Dchliran St. IToji Phono oi!ll; lleM Phooa 5 AUDITORIUE Ai.L this vi:i:k LUCILLE LAVERNE CO. 'THE WRONG MR. WRIGHT' Mat. WetlncMlay. TlniMla: Saturday. 1 and t- $1.00 It our charge for dry cleaning and pressing your overcoats! Swank's Cleaning &. Laundry Co. Both Phones. r - :. ml mm0. wu'r, ii without risk. Well secured first mort;ac bonds are the safest ii-i-ffmfnt rn pnrth. i If vou have Si CO or more to ir.vcst. send for our circular of guaranteed First Mortgage Bonds All tit!ea grTanteed by Chicago Title anJ Trust Co. 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