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MONDAY, XOVF.Mnim 21. 1913
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. RE UfMTISWl ti:i: jiki:ii c.iul." Tha Quaker (iiri" which come? to tli Oliver tturday matinee and nlr,t. Nov. 2rJ. like all muilt rn musical cuniedies has a waltz This waltz Is al.ed "Com.; to the UsM" and has an irresistible,, refrain which H declar ed ty many to be superior to any of tho famous musical comply walUes of tho papt few yars Including "The Merry Widow." "The Pink Lady" and tho Count of Luxembourg!! waltz. Lionel Ionckton wrote this waits one evening in a London cafe, as the producer had asked number to the second cover act. up him to a hare write spot a in WITH CUT. SCO'IT. The Oliver theater commencing this afternoon and continuing twice daily for 11 v days, will have for its at traction, the motion pictures of the tlrrln and tragic adventures which befell Opt. Robert Falcon Scott in his cjue.nt for the .south pole. The pic tures ftre the work of Herbert O. Pontine-, an expert camera man. who was tie oilicial photographer of expedition. They are said to he un burpasied for clearness and tech nique. Starting with the departure of the 'Terra .N'ova" with Capt. .Scott on its bridge, from Port Chalmers. New Zealand, the pictorial record covers every important feature of the ven turesome journey Into the frozen wastes of the antarctic until the photographer had to be. left behind because his heavy apparatus must be replaced by th life-sustaining pro visions of pemmtenn. cocoa, tea, su Kar. butter and biscuit?. The "Immortal Five." as they have come, to be known. Capt. .Scott. Dr. Wilson, Lieut. Dowers. Capt. Oates and Petty Oflioer Evans, are shown as thuy pitch camp for the night. They are seen crawling into their sleeping bags and cuddling together like newly born chicks for warmth. In a dramatic moment the lecturer ex plains that this very tent became their tomb and the fleeping bags their shrouds. Then is shown the most treasured pictures of the lot. The ones which were found- alongside the body of Capt. Scott which had been taken right at the south pole. In one is hf-r-n the tent of Amundsen, who had reached the goal a month ahead of Scott; in the other .the captain and his four gallant comrades arc grouped " upon tho ice. A considerable part of the pictures revealfl the animal life of the antarc tic, and scientists have admitted that much new light Is shed upon the habits of the seal and the penguin thereby. I Gladly Send My Drafts which arc Relieving Thousands to every Sufferer. TO TRY FREE Just Send Your torn 3 on a Postal r - - j . - This offer 1 epen to everyone ymfll get a. Dollar I'nlr of Dyer's Magic Toot lir.iftx !iv return Post, prepaid, on free trial. 1 tun show you several tnou nd of letters from patients telling of extru crdiimry e u res, nnny after n life time of fufferintr, and after medi elr.es and lnt hs and everything fq they cotild try h n A fallal. How th-s simp! but powerful Drifts tvork to drive out pnlu ruiinjr impurl-ti-s is carefully explained mid 11 lutratM in my free Hook which -.me w Id the Drafts. After try ing the Drafts. t 1 If Tnn n rr ctrt t ? fiw1 c'id I too tlio I 1 olln r. if not they crst you nothing, for fre trial ninl S ' ft crept you ver dict. And res s : ; Erediiek Iy i rti&Z'' t vor. ee y, i.v- Oliver Bldpr., Jackson, Mich. S-nd no money Just your address. Write PKiay. m 1 w Pred'k Dyer. Cor. Se. Till: FRANCIS SAVLI1S PLAYFRS. The Francis .Sayles Players will open an indefinite engagement at the Auditorium theater next Sunday mat inee. The Sayles' Piavers made reputations in New Castle, Pa., Dallas. Tex., Rich mond, Ind., Savannah, la., Montgom ery, Ala., and other cities where only quality to a company gives life. The policy of this company is to produce the latest Rroadway Furccsse at popular prices, giving a change of play weekly and giving the patrons the same superb productions that they have been familiar with in the past at a dollar and half price, this com pany will offer you the same class of plays at 10. 2C and 20 cents. Special scenery wi!l be built and painted each week by scenic artists and designers who will arrange the production, from photographs of the original presentations. The company is hctided by Francis 11. Sayles and Miss Olga Worth, two people that have' pained reputations with some of the largest stock organizations In the fast. They will be supported by a Mg company which will include some well known stock actors and act resses. Mr. Sayles has selected as the opening play. Charles Klein's greatest Miccess "The Lion and the Mouse" and a complete production will be given. . 1 begun their fifth and final week at the Auditorium last evening with a presentation of Paul Armstrong's western comedy drama, "The Heir to the Hoorah." It mTght be explained that the "Hoorah" is the name of one of those fanciful western mines that always makes their owners fab uousb' wealthy and the heir was a baby boy that reunited an estranged couple. A number of interesting and amus ing types were well ptayed, or will be with a few more rehearsals. Mr. Milham played the westerner of wealth mated to an eastern girl with a troublesome mother who did not approve of his rough ways and rougher friends. He carried the part nicely and was more consistent than in his work last week. Miss Levin, as the estranged wife, who later learns to love her husband, was satis factory. Miss La Verne played a breezy western widow with her usual ease of manner and genial spirits. She favored the audience with a brief speech expressing a regret that it was necessary for tho company to make its departure after this week. Miss Iilakeney pleased, as usual, although her part was small. Her youth, freshness and talent have made her a favored player and sh will be missed. Mr. Wadsworth did well in his usual juvenile role and a number of other western characters wero por trayed with more or less fidelity. Some of the scenes are amusing and all have been carefully staged. AT TILK SUItPRISIX "The Junior Partner,'' a two reel Oolored gof Slothes Borax in tho Water Will Prevent Colored Clothes from Fading. If you use Rorax In the laundry your clothes are never Injured or faded. They will come from tho washing as beautiful and as fresh as tho day you bought tuenx. AT Till: MAJFSTIC. With an enlarged company, new talent and a laughable comedy, the Angel company started their tenth week at the Majestic yesterday to capacity audiences. The new bill is full of Kooti wholesome humor and is tailed "IVw Drop Inn." The scene is laid in a country village and all of the characters are of the small town type. They create a great deal of fun and the song numbers go with a vim. There are nino musical inter ruptions and all of them earned en- i ores yesterday. Arthur Angel as Silas, the town constable, is capital in the p.trt and Frank Dovoe, ns the Tlip traveling man, won all the Kirls. in cluding "the ilower of Dew Drop Inn," pleasingly played by Ivy Evelyn. AT THE ORPIIFFM. The new bill of audeille which opened at the Orpheum Sunday after noon has a numbor of good features and furnishes 'irst class cntertain mert. The headline attraction is Zira and her leopards and is a novelty well worth the prominence iven it on the program. An elaborate scenic pro duction and unique liirhtintr effects have been supplied that lift the act out of the ordinary run of trained animal performances. A jungle scene at night is shown, opening with a realistic florin effect. The Hashing lichtninc. a forest tire, the falling rain and the break of dawn are pic tured and the forms. .f slinking leop ards can be reen skulklnc about. A !im k irl darts among the five beasts f the junele and although they snap And snarl and strike at her llowit.g draperies, they obey her fairly well. She puts them through a number of Interesting trick, including the rid- lift ! Colored Clothes will have their orig inal color, and Avhlte clothes will b beautiful and white. Borax will not injure even the tinest of fabrics Ilka soap powders and lye and ash com pounds do. Besides. Borax makes washing slm pie and easy. Add three heaping table spoonfuls of Iiorax to every tub of wa ter. It softens the water and very lit tle soap Is required. In fact, in the laundry it Is the Borax with the soap that does the work. He sure you ask for the original 20 Mule Team Borax. At all dealers. In 10c and 15c packages. The Pacific Coast Borax Co.. 1550 Mc Cormlok Bulldlntr. Chicago, will nend a booklet, "The Mairie Crystal." telling the many uses of Borax in the hom-, to any one who will send for It. big is ball, u ell Thanhouser story, will be shown at the Surprise theater todav with a comedy, "Friday, the Thirteenth." quite a pleasing little comedy, with good characterizations and attractive scenes. The young husband dreamsJ that all sor of unpleasantness oc curs on the fatal day, but when he awakes his experienres are exactly to the contrary. Slight, but well pic tured and entertaining. PREPARES FOR XMAS RUSH WASHINGTON. Nov. 24. The postmaster at Philadelphia is taking no chance of running short of post age stamps for Christmas business. He has just ordered DO, 230, 000 stamps valued at J1.696.O00. the largest sin gle order ever made by a postmaster. In July, 1912, the Chicago postmaster sent In a requisition for 71,300,000 stamps, valued at J 1,338,000 establish ing a record now broken by Philadelphia. suffered foot for amputa s vi:i HIS FOOT. II. D. Ely, of Bantam, O. from horriMe ulcer on his four years. Doctor advised Hon, but he refused ana reluctantly tried Rucklen's Arnica Salve as a last resort. He then wrote: I used your Falvo and my foot was soon complete ly cured." Pest remedy for burns, cuts, bruises and eczema. Get a hox todav. Onlv 25c. Recommended by all druggists. Advertisement. dies m Sprains and Iraisss The first thing to do when you meet xvhh an injury is to soak a piece of flannel with this wonderful oil and vrap it oyer the place that hurts. .It is antiseptic, soothing and healing, and gives quick relief. Tri&l pottle ioc PATENTS An3 Tradt M&rki Obtained In all Countries. Advie Free. GEO. J. OLTOCH, Registered Patent Atty.t 71U ni Studtb&ker Bid-. Soutfc Bend. In P F0RGED OUT" SALE PUBLIC DRUG SOTRE a. iv. r.7oaa tin UNDERTAKER 8S3 Jllbttlsan StN llcsao I"hoaa 211; BH Pboao mam ilie aivanon Army A Store For the Poor GREAT BARGAINS 432 EL LaSalle Ave. YES EXAMINED Lfcad Ileadacbci Hell eyed wttliotit C14 of Drugv by MBIT ORIDM TOXIGIIT. 3Iatino Wctlnosday. Sccial Matinee Thanksgiving. THE HEIR TO THE HOORAH A Western Play. skats ow Foil Tin-: avi:i:k list Otuth Beod'a Lending Optemertst And MaatrfictaTing' OptkdJtn. 222 Sow Michigan Btrtet. Pse Fbone CT0i. BtrH PboM S gfcad? Croxa 0 to X. II, Scots for Men and Women $15, $18 And $20. Easy Payment. GATELY'S 113 E. Jefferson IHtO. THE OLIVER TOXIftllT MATIXKK DAILY Tlio Undying Story of CAPTAIN SCOTT'S WORLD-FAMED SOUTH POLE EXPEDITION Ha I cony 25c, Daily Orchotra 50c. Matinees. 1 &c ioc C L4U Tit e Insurance Do you know. that Title In surance is like fire insurance, only it is used to make sure that the title to property you buy is good. The cost should be paid by the seller. It usually costs less than an abstract, is paid but once and protects you so long as you own the property and may be transferred when you self. Call and see us. INDIANA TITLE AND LOAN COMPANY Francis M. Jacknsn. President. Zar Hagcy, Secretary. Title Huilriinsr, Corner Main and Center Sts. Home Phone G538. Hell Phone 1352 Musical Comedy And Pictures Tonight and All Week Ancl Musical Comedy Co. in The Hip: Rural "DCW DHOP 15 Kntertalners Comedy I XX" 15 Xlglitly 7:30 and 9. Matinees Dally Kxcept Monday. Tluiixlay N'tv 3fiLlonl Comedy. 3-' EYES EXAMINED FR GLasscit lltted at Moderate P fia list action Goarautecd. Inc of a trioyoh and rollinir a It Is a sensational act anil stajrel. Th dramatic sketch offorod by W. S. Oill and Company is aother ver sion of tho crook jday, full of sur 'rls'! and ijulck switch. It 1j -ll noted and keeps the audience con stantly interested. Ada Carleton 1? a petite prima dn n.T. with a '-harming manner and try piasini? voice. Her ponirs arcs new and well rendered. Her version i .f "Silv.-r Thread" Is a novelty, her ; "Udnians Ul:rits ' son is rood and her e!oir.K number effective. The. Reed brothers are eccentric acrobats and contortionists who en tertain and amuse with peculiar tw!ts of the human form. Marshall and. TribMe. two colored comedians, offer an uproarious darky sketch entitled "The Troubles of Sambo and. Dinah." They al.co had troubles with tiilr ba.ee. i and w.-re unable to ap- at the matlr.ee performance. '"What D'ye Mean You Lost Yer Dog?" Thp for.ni'st le a rve r net to music. This onr Is thr bigsrft hit in YaudeYille todiy. ErybodT Kill br fingicg WhAt D'ye Mew Ya Lot YrD.f.M FOR SALF. WnKRKVKU POPULAR MirsiC IS HOU) Othr rorulir font rblinhed br Jerome Hi iRerajck Co.. ire "When It s Apple b.ojaom T.ie In Normandy. '"Moonlight Oo The Misi' " TatTaniroT(kio. " Cross The Mason Dixon Line" and 0hl You Lotible Chile."i Ask your dei!er for them. Illustrated ctalorutj free, if jom rite Jrom H. Rcmick Sc. CoU 6 1 Library At., Detroit. Mick. DR. J. BURKE & CO Leading Opticians of Northern Ittt S. Mldiin Hunaaj to 1 hj Appolntmcxxt. KOTlCEz W Anfjlicat any 1S9 tha tamo day. No matter vho tXZ&iiS,, AMERICAN THEATRE SOUTH BEND'S FOREMOST PICTURE HOUSE. $ VAUDKVLLLU OF QUALITY - - - - NOV PLAYING MLLK. ZIILV Anil Her Icoiuird. MAT v. s. cm & co. 10c 15c Marshall & Trihle. EVE Ada Carleton. " 10c Itcctl Ilrojs. 3Iatlnce Dally 2:30 25C Ercnlnps 7:30 & 9 ; Tlmrsday Xcnv Vaudeville. mm irn I1 r W' Mi ' w .mhJM'? li-tox. lirlnjr tb places year AUTO AMUUXJLNCS aHIiVICX. HIRAM C. KRIEGHBAUM FUJiEHAL DIREOTOR 803 8. Main St rhonea Hone fWT03: Urtl fOd rv iii:ik to Tin: iiooilmi. The Lucille It Verne Stock company 7 fSJfJ i P.H0MEOF GOOD CLOTHES v AB.STEED, fyiO?, &he SURPRISE &HEA TRE tul iiomk or good pictvkes Big Thanhouser Feature Today THE JUNIOR PARTNER Two ReeU FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH New Princess Picture. Coming Wednesday, Nov. 26th FLORENCE LAWRENCE In THE GIRL OF THE WOODS. Open Mornings and Noon Hour. -.-' '.''7,' ,7-,; !'.,.' -.. ... . TtTyr'' '.'t t "'" " 'v-' ' 11 mmv 4 PAP .liffllppi m pi' w m inn ii i. in mim i i i i u mij mp.pn m i i u i i ii I 1 i ii rt i i i l ni l ii i m 1 m mm un iiiilnii mi ii ilini I i Our Office is one of the finest equipped in this country for the amelioration and cure of SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN. Our Special Fees Will Continue Short Time Ff"- m Blood Poison and Vital Weakness of Men -::J - nk'.y : X-;.V .. ., y : ' - . .. - ' if y DR. FLEENER FOR MEN Over 14 Years a Specialist ' , Our Best Reference, No Cure, No Pay. YOUNG MI'N ANI Al-I MKN. COME TO hi;i; U.S. It ns re move your troul-le. purify y;:r Mood, strencrthen your nervous sys tem and restore you t a healthy, mnnly feeling, thereby relieving j ou of the burden that is felt f r nn any d!sea.e. Our practice is limit ed to these diseases, and arh ra?-1 we accept I? identical with some !:seasf wo have cured. The reform it is no more than rea?onaMe for lis to expert to do as much fur you as we have done for others. After treating with us for just a little while you will have as much confi dence as we have in our methods. Dr. Fleener's Remedies Save Man We want to tell every youns man what his father should have told him in his youth. What e t-ry young man and father oupht to know. Xo sadder spectacle evr comes to our attention than n young man whose body and mind Is infected with disease. 1U is han dicapped all througrh life. Th" strong, robust man with pure blood cells passes him at every tarn in the race of life. Thousands of these cases should never have bt n. An ounce of prevention would have kept the young men of today and the father of tomorrow in the bloom of health, strength and vigor. Failure is as certain to fol low a weakened and diseased mind ns day will follow night. Ion't y6u believe the great men of todav. of yesterday, performed every pri vate and public duty fearlessly and earnestly? Then why should you not guard your HERITAGE when it Is worth more to you, more to your children and your children's children than all the money the Rockefellers and VanderMlts p? sess?" Your success depends upon your health and determination. All of these things being tru. loan us your confidence and we will guar antee you success and health. This we will accomplish by making a strong man of you a healthy man. a man with strong nerves, clear brain and a sound body a man with good, pure blood coursing through your veins, free from dis ease germs, taint or infection. False pride and modesty have stood between thousands of men and success, health and happiness. What the blood stream won't do in the human "system for weak organs will never be accomplished. Are you willing to hand your HERITAGE down from generation to generation through your children? Look about you at the thousands of unsuccessful suffering men who are paying the price of their ancestors Indis cretion. Have you inherited bad blood or have you contracted It at some unsuspecting moment? Begin now to stamp it out by taking the test blood making and blood purifying remedies. Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Unless Satisfied 6$ Are You? Consult Old Reliable, Ixing-Istablislied Sieciallsts Over It Years Krperience. NERVOUS and despondent, weak and debilitated, tired mornings, no ambition lifeless, memory gone. easily fatigued, excitable and Irritable, eyes sunken, red and blurred, pimples, restless, haggard-looking, weak back, bone pain, sore throat, lack of energy and confidence? Concult-the old-reliable specialists. Results Speak for Themselves SCORES OF CURED PATIENTS OUR REST ADVERTISEMENT, and our well-filled offices, our great success, has tempted others to em ulate our announcements, even to copy them, word for word. Rut. re member, it is our great NEW SYSTEM SCIENTIFIC PELVIC METH ODS that bring results, and results are what you want. So BE SURE, MEN. MAKE NO MISTAKE. Seek the leader and not the follower, and remember we are the Spec ialist you have known and who does refund every dollar paid for professional services In case of failure to cure or render satisfaction. A a Oll Afflicted with Blood Poison, sore throat, ulcers In c mouth, falling hair, skin eruptions, discoloratlons, nervou3, irritable, dull pain in head or back, numbness, tingling in hands or feet, despondent, inclined to melancholy, fear of Impending calamity, bone pains. Indigestion, variable appetite, feeling of bloating, lameness In back, arms or legs? Are you discouraged, having tried and tried? What have you tried? Poisonous drugs in stomach-ruining doses, feeble patent medicines or inexperienced doctors, calling themselves specialists, but who are not true specialists and who have no reputation or reliability? There is a method of treatment that will cure you, without damaging the stomach and nervous system; treatment that does not block up. merely bide away for a time, but will drive every vestige of the poison, cleanse the blood and lymphat ics, clears the mind of foretodings. makes strong nerves and will re store you to the vigor of health and the disease will not return. We simply want the opportunity of showing every suffering man that we can give him new hope, new life and restore him back to health, strength and vigor. We know every man will pay after we have en tirely eliminated every trace of the disease from his system. We have one special low fee, which you may pay when cured, if there is any doubt about the case being cured by our methods. A whole second floor of offices, separate waiting rooms, many treat ment rooms and electric therapeutic machines. Stop it! Special V $10 ExaEinIeafilom Free Call Toflay 1 l.V II If mi' 1 SOUTH BEND, IND., 1 092 W. WASHINGTON AVENUE. 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Varicocele or Enlarged Veins m.OOD WEAK Veif.. poor Circulation, Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomm h. Pad Memory, Short of Hre.ith. Trembling of the Limbs. Easily Exelted. Tired IWliut; in the .Horning, iiw Vitality. Slu.r-.ri'O Circulation. u.NK WPPK'S TREATMENT W I EE SATISFY VOL OL E liEM E I I ES ARE IlHiHT. Will you continue uttering from these ailment. o" will you place your case In our hands and t' 'Tin i n'TtTl r cured in the right way and shorte-t time possible? Kidney, Bladder cU Vi"i!-uu:s permanently cured in thirty days, if v other -omplicnttoTis. These dieMves n-i'!-11 V yield to our P.b-od MaLing :i- P.l'jod Purifying Kemedl-. Acute Diseases swollen ;innd receive daily attention and :ire permanent ly cured in' a few days. Th"... die te. if allow .! to run l. ked. will b-i-1 serious complicative. A word to the wbe is fufficJent. tiiosi: who ham: iu:kv i)isajih)inti:i iiy rxsuii.i.Kn imivs ktans ahi: i:ak.mtlv KKQnTi:i) to iwiNTKiATi: on: MITTHOIIS AND TKIIMS WITIIOIT DELAY, WHICH HAD TIM.Y dom: ix nil-: iiF.csiNMXf;. would ham: sayi:d thii timi:. DAIX, WOHKY AXD MONKY. I! i t Our past IU-cord. as well as our Profosional and Iinan ial Standinj:. Is a Cuarante that jou uill ie ie Honest, Faltliful anl SuciTsful Treatment. .We can rcrer u to the Best Hank and I. :nfin liu-ine Men of South Iknd. A Leal Contract frlvcn to oarh patient to hold for our promiM. iUu li patient hero at our oTIice rtxTives skillful, eipert and individual trtnitment. Consult true Specialists, whom you know from their perma nently and lontr-cstablLshed reputation arc able to cure you cnnanctly and quickly. Patients from a lNtan e can revirn home same day or day following. i !