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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-T1MES. Answering an Ad is Easiest Thing About Being a "Suger" Pictorial Review Fashions at Wyman's IS nv av. w. nrxKu:. V.NTi;i :',( mn and wornrii a. extra.-, for Hen ry XV. S;nar production of "r.veryuoiium." Ap ply Majre- dcMr )IIer ope ra lioue Thursday at 1- I'ciiN'k. An ad of this sly, arjn ,'.:rf d in th :Nfvs-Tinif 3 of Vednwl:y and ovf r flOO would-be Th'-spians of .-outh i Bnd crowded Oont'-r stn t at the ap ! pointed hour in rosjxms. to it. John McKrc, th- dlrrotor of the avao eompany. j-fhM.-tfd ovf-r half a liundred of "th: most llkoly looking applicants :ir'!. standing on ft chair. nar th- footlights, in th? 'renter of th" hi hare .taire had them ; rather around him. He trier to iv them sorn- id'a of the v Year's . hceno in 'vhkh th w re to take part. He brief ly told th'-m what thy were 'to do and where they were to". stand. lie indicated th; Hpare that the ja:en ery would occupy and where the rn ' trances would he. (mot 1'irst Instructions. "Is that perfectly ep-ar to you? I Porn cvcryoriH undT5tand ?" Several nodde,! or mumMf-d "Ye.." "All : rlsrht then we'll start. And remember whtn I clap my hand-; iop. .Stop ' rurht whero you are. Now, ko aliead The crowd moved for a moment. Mr. his hands vigorously. ttAndfitlll. listen! This H h'rsr'.s eve. Y'ou're JYou'vo had a, couple of warm drinks. J.-naybe, you' out with your best girl or n rood time. Now act like it. about fiimlessly McKec cla I ped Tl'.ev cam; to a 11 in o'clock New New York. . . . A 11. - 1 f . 1 jumn, iaiK ami 'ion i act iik 'wero going to a tunorai. i mi re you on t Uroadway. Try to remember that. This is thr Fide walk, there i.s the street and over there are high buibl- ;5nga." pointing toward the darkened auditorium at a Janitor dusting st-at. '"Now once more." The crowd started chattering nois- jlly and pointing awkwardly. The di- jei.iui uiuc tuuiu ii muiu aooe the noise of the Mage carpenter's hammering, the rolling of trunk? and the unloading of scenery. "Take hold of that fellow as you would if you liked him." "Shake hands with your friend." "Come down center! Not that way 'over here." Stop! Stop! You learned to walk Iftt one time, didn't you? You are old enough to walk, aren't you? Well, then WALK!" Then lie stopped them. "Now li.- rten. Wealth is a character an actor. .Wealth Is corning in here. When he appears cheer him. Now try it once." Vcrx- IVehlo Shout. A very, very feeble shout wrs heard from a few of the braver ones. I "Now. jut a minute." it was Mr. MdCee again speaking kindly this time, "pon't be afraid. There is no Mich thing as .tage fright. Act natur al. What would you do if a noted man came through that doer? Pres. Wilson. for instance maybe ' vou don't like Wilson but think of tone-body you do like and CHKKIl!" The next time they did better.. Hut a few did not shout to suit Mr. Mc Kee. "What's the matter with you. and ::n.l you. and you?" singling out three unfortunate culprits. "You're chew ing gum!" he exclaimed. "Throw away that gum! You can't eheor with your mouth full of gum! AND DON'T THROW IT OX THL: .STAGE KITH-J i:K!" he fairly yelled. ".Now once more." and the crowd started the action of the scene. They moved to the right. Then to the left. One couple was left quietly chatting together at the side. The director paw them. "What's the matter with you? Aren't you in this scene?" "We don't like the job," raid the girl saucily. "All right! There's the door. Out with you! Now everybody all to gether!" The discharged couple picked their fray through the crowd, the piles of scenery and trunks that were en croaching more and -more on the stage. Their sarcastic remarks were drowned in the general noise and they passed out into the alley un heeded. Crooks I'ntcr Here. "Hvervhody join hands and form a straight line. Cut out that talking. Say! This is your first day at this. I've been doing it for four years. For Gawd's sake pay attention! Tour crooks come on here. I'm one of the crooks!" A titter was heard from several. "Please, with tears In my voice. 1 ask you to PLEAS H LIS TEN! When those crooks appear each girl screams and grabs her fel low's arm for protection. Now try it." The crooks enter hut the action isn't right. They try it over and over again. "Pour times I've asked you to grab that man! Now do it!" "Come on with the lino! Never mind the talking! "When you're back of the scenes keep ouiet. When you're out here make some noise! This Is New Year's eve! Shout!" And so it went on for over two hours. Amid the hammering and pounding, the noise and the confusion. There was many a tired amateur trooper in town last night hut some of them know more about the work it takes to become a regular actor. FOR THE YOUNGER SET. A misses' frock that looks very pret ty in foulard, satin, crepe de chenc or any inexpensive light weight material. It is made without a lining, having a large collar in either round or square outline and long, one-piece sleeves, perforated for short sleeves. The shield is adjustable and the four-piece skirt has a high waistline. Width around lower edge of skirt about 1$ yard. Size 16 reqiures 2J4 yards 54- men material, witn a vara is-incn an over lace for shield and standing col lar. Pattern No. 5348. Sizes 14, x6, 18 and so years. Price, 15 cents. Pictorial Review Patterns may be obtained by sending the price cj pattern desired to Fashion Depart' merit of this newspaper. ' Enclosed find Send Pattern, No Size N ame ..." iCAPITAL POLICEMEN GIVEN SUSPENSIONS en Who Itefuscd to OIkv Orders Ilnring Car Strike Off Pay Itoll ! Till CiiMs Are Trh d. INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 1 1. Thirty fthreo patrolmen who refused to obey flho orders of upt. of Police .Martin ,3 lyland during the street car strike jere a week ago, late Thursday were Suspended pending their trial next taveek. When the men were called be Joro the board of public safety Wed nesday Kupt. Hylnnd asked that they lm allowed to continue to work until jlhey had their hearing. One of the men accused of refusing Ito obey order?. Thursday declared Mhat the men would organize while on Jluty to lipht the rharjjes against .them Thursday, which was prohibited Py Supt. Ilyland. The latter then 'tilled a meeting of the board of pub- Ic safety and ask -d that all th men The suspended. SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE NOW IN NEW ORLEANS rjrCM'iH't of South American Leaders Causes Humor of Trouble in Nicaragua. NKW OltLKANS. Nov. 1 i Juis-p-7e Garibaldi, soldier of fortun" who lias figured In several Ontral Ameri can revolutions, arrived in N v r leann Thursday niuVit from Odon and Jt l. said he is soin to N v.- York. Oen. Julian Irlas. a follower- oi t'or 3ner Pres. Zelp.ya of NiearaKiia. also was here Thursday and it was :aid he van poin to New York -ut lria: vould not confirm that rej :r. The 2ire?nre of these Yntral American f!frures and Gen. Zelaya in tb Tnited states i; viewed ly members of the 'entr.il American colony here as edri- idem with the rumors of pending trouble in Honduras or NiearaKua. MITCHEL SPENT MONEY FOR BOXING LESSONS NKW YORK. Nov. 14. Two "hun dred and seventy dollars for boxing lessons and a course in physical train ing is the largest item of expense con tained in the campaign expense ac count of Mayor-elect John Purroy Mitchel. Mr. M'.tchel'g account was lib tl Thursday. According to th? memorrndum cov ering this item which incidentally does not state whv Mr. Mitchel Address thought It necessary to learn how to box the money was spent during1 the campaign between fc?cpt. 16 and Nov. 4 and all the lessons were taken at Mr. Mitchel's home at the rate of three or mere a week. ATIUjITTIIS sail. SAN FRANCISCO, Oil.. Nov. 14.- Three members of the American track and field team, which is to tour Aus tralia, have sailed with Manager Eus tace Peixotto. Cobleigh, of New Or leans, the fourth member, will leave this city In ten days. The athletes who sailed yesterday with the team manager are: George Parker, jump er; Rex Caughey, shot putter, and James Powers, runner. OUR MEATS ARE FRESH, OUR STOCK IS LARGE. OUR MEATS ARE GOVERNMENT INSPECTED. TF (? TFvl TT 77 7)" 1 r ALL is so. mi-: iurrn:i:. The condition of Mrs 'h;r ..s Pe terson. Notre prune st.. uho was "recently taken serion.'-ly ill, N r -j'rted bein-r greatly improved, and an rarly recovery redbted lor her. 11 If II II 14 r?i willl 110 W. WAYNE ST. Pork Roast 14 Whole Pork Shoulders 12 Tender Beef Pot Roast ... .12 Short Steaks 12 Sirloin Steak 15 Round Steak 16 Fresh Liver Sliced 6 Calf Brains 10 Lamb Chops, Rib or Loin ... 12 i Le of Lamb Lamb for Stewing Shoulder of Lamb . Fresh Side Pork . . . Pork Chops Pork Loin Roast 12 . . . 9 . . .10 . . .15 . . .16 . . .15 OUR BUTTERINE IS THE FRESHEST THAT ENTERS THE CITY, BEING RECEIVED DAILY. Jelke's Good Luck .19 Maxlev's Special .19 Swift's Jersey 18 Armour's Glendale 24 Maxlev's Daisy 18 Armour's Buttercup 18 Swift's Lincoln 12i2 S." & S. Majestic . 24 Veal for Stewing 12 Veal Chops and Cutlets .... 15 fj Fresh Hamberer 10 jl Breakfast Bacon 17 Choice Sugar Cured Hams. .17 Picnic Hams Fresh Pork Sausage . . Fresh . Frankfurts Pure Lard . . . Summer Sausage Salt Pork Beef and Veal Hearts . Raw Leaf Lard Prepared Mince Meat, 3 lbs. 25 "Tl " i Hi 3 LJ L. You have just a few days left to get a pair of pants Don't let this opportunity get by without investigating regardless of buying. Shop .at our store when nearby. Let our man explain it to you. Lest you forget we remind you two pair of Pants with a suit doubles the life of the suiL You are actually getting two suits and paying for one. i Suits to Your Measure Q0 Overcoats to Your nicasure PAPJTS IF REE n WLiJ TIHIE YML 210 SO. MICHIGAN OPEN EVENINGS. ( ii M IT" Miilimry Second Floor TTT ""l)'lilHi " fl M HlTZ the Hats of the hour Style Facts of the New Mid-winter hats, now shown in the Wvman millinery section. Soft crowns, even in blocked shapes, have veritably carried the Mid-winter Season, everv trim seeming; io effect the soft, collapsible crown. Military Toques, close fitting, with tall front trimming are here being shown, in all the Fashionable Win ter materials. While our three and four-cornered hats, out lined with fur, are very new. Decidedly in Vogue is the fur trim. No matter what other trimming, Mid-winter hats, to be in Fash ionable favor, must show some trimming of fur while an other striking combination we are showing in late dress hats is that of heavy metallic lace and velvet. ' 4 Airitisbcally designed these Mid-winter trims may all be seen now, arWyman's. a IAT 5) m vvyman n tj n u n r j 12 i ) LJ fl u n M (i w Ff f n si Good This Week OnSy Come in tommorrow f ffl . .pi o m ii1 i i, II s vd S H a ( i THIS 4-PIECE TOILET SET GIVEN IPTDTTIP with either this Solid Quarter Sawed Oak Chiffonier or Dresser if you buy This Week "il-Liif " CI THE DRESSER Is made of genuine quarter sawed oak, a nicelv finished the case is very massive cr PA y large deep drawers and three small ones H H has pencil plate mirror, size 24x36 inche- f mm itfi m mm mm i!& iv-v X n W; A, . i r- 7 CI Vi& r2 T r?Tfi Lx JL M 3 a u i t3 i i i n t: n n ( ) ts r ) n ; j Q U a H n ! ( d P E ti i ) W ( i n u Li ( n ( i u c i a i t fi u f ( ; U . t 1 ( ; H This S3 5 Dresser and 35 L J ..$24.85 Terms $2.00 Down, $1.00 a Week. n" I lillkl OWL ail tv'i inn i THE TOILET SET Would make a practical and most acceptable XMAS GIFT. You can get one if you buy one of the Bar gains offered on this page. ii F THE CHIFFONIER n f! Is made of genuine qutuUrr-savv-ed n H ou'k ii's just'tike the above Illustra- y u tJon has four huge deep dniv:ers - ri and three small ons strjetiv colornal fi design, very massive, being 36 inches i wide 21 inches deep and stands 6 feet tall. This $27.50 Chiffonier and a $5.00 Toilet Set all 1 R( for only y&9JJ Terms $2.00 Down, $1.00 a Week. 1 n la 3 a u j txA U JjlZZ7 Viv 111 ---- ' t .. . i; - ti il R ri R n R y u ( i li U ri K : n a " fXerj l'atlent n IJKter for SWEM, The Chiropractor, Rheumatism. 302-300 Dean Hulldin-. Home Phono oG5. I L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR IjQdy Awlstant i 124 Norta Mlcbicaa St. Home 3297. llell 29 The DILA SPRAY SYRINGE FOR W0ME!! Tt new combination raglnal at ta tame tlaie. jLn .! clutc, sure anU ooia- piet deader it nerrr lall. Can be used wita either bulb or douct bac Invent Bend tt.imp for 11- lu-tr;itU lv w ul L glTf full tjrt!nilar3 utid directions. Dnnstrr-llavv en Co., 12C3 ItroaJway, w York Cltr. For nle by LEWIS C. LANDON, Sllchlcao Wayne Nt Booth Dnd. Vv-V F - i..r.P. : I rj v s 1.11 flif; V? f i r HOME OF GOOD C10THFS $1.00 1 Is our charge t : dr cleanii.g and pressing your overcoats. j Swank's Cleaning & Laundry Co ! Both Phones. UNDERTAKER S33 X. yUMi&n lit. HacDe Ibono ri:ll; ileH Itmoe 3 Reasonable Prices for Expert Optical j W. J. MEIDHART 114 E. Jetterson Si. Painting, Wall Papering and Picture Framing Service. Parlor? 2nd Iloor IJovator Service. CLAUER'S Try NEWS-TIMES VANT ADS j Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS CLOTHING for 3frn, Women ! and Chllurezk $1 00 ht wcr. IXiiynient. Ojen Thursday aiid 3nov;rrs CO. 305 S. Michigan Strr-t.