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5 I i at I E I IV j S n r i'AWV.s i iuvr play " "!'.i!ir.y's I'irst l'la" w;s t:r t pro- ci'jct'il at the Little thf.;ir in Lor.don t ran for two .t -nr- bat no r.i:t v.:m kIc:i to th author. Ill" piece . routed to nmh attention t lint. by Mid by, the rr.t v.:ss 1-1 o it of th" b;i:- ;:mI tJ. i:. Sh;iw ! f.rth a. th- Lilher o;' Ui" .. . ilir;;ly ! r.;:ht :t t horn'!il , n 1 satire. It v.':.- .!.; i'.it this tiro" that tli--" h'hub'-rt.-i ji. -;uir -1 the rights for America and uheu it WEALTH OF HI Parisian Sage Makes Thin Life less Hair Soft and Abundant, if Ibautiful hair, f.uh'y. lustmu; was Kiv-n in v York i : ir.-t w it n t;o:r of the pbtv .ui.l its !. i 1 1 r .i -tatlou v. ill o- riir at tlo- lr.'-r th tt- r Monday. 1 VI-. !. Thv contra v. ii! be orlctn.'il Lm;!i.-h or-'- n:zat ion : th ii;ar;ai;'i .v, thr Mes.-r.-. fc'hubert. ci:v or tiii; hi.ooi." Today's offering at tli An litoriam !-. "Th" Cry of the 'Io.i". u thr e r -i Irain.i; Zod;i al park in N' " York i'y und "A (;: h K' vcr.'"". a -m--''' i c . Tomorrow th I'ru.iniaii Famous y r will he on a train with t'arlotta Nill.-on in ,-L-ah Kh-chna", a play made famous !;- Mr.-. Fiske a -:. as'M'.s t lt . Tt tdF tin- tory of a o:iiai,' rv.i.-mntion and is 'U' n in lour r-iy. In addition an JN.-anay '?n"'iy. "Th- Story of the 11 Can": '''ol i.' ! H .. c Liars Afri-.m lliuil" :i:ij St-vftitn Mil- 1 nv-" will AT tili: OIirill'A'.M. Tii attraction at the (Ttthuni h -t .ani:! ThursL:y v il! ha th liv. ly. loniantic inui;;l rom!y. "Th Knii i:. Moon". Thin is f.r;- of th most i"iiiil.ir 'i- s on th- )rjti-u.ii ir - nt ami has jaovrn a .,ir-firf wh ic t rr .r- '-nl . !l-aiii,: th- l.-.Tft- and iao.ild- cast Jaiiu- I. !,. on?- .if th- l'nntii'-sr m diaus now h for 1 3 1 in(di' !rii;inal. . .-ntric and omh al h' '.oj.'., with his nowi hits htitnor and his j-pb-ndid ;dns;ir. i:. A fctory that do-n't int-n r witli lis- Inn makin;:. sons ttiaf i.t nid ii to til- a titn of th- highly -ntr-lainia corr.-dy and a i-al ht-aiity iiot us that can iti' and dam com bine to mala a show thut v. ill kt p tit andln' iti constant i:it-r-st or la iiit lit -i . With m otli-r musical or dramatic '-rl'or:n:i ia th- city th. rj ! oin lli Ji tc th la id cntitclv t it s' If tor th cnKa n-m nt d "Th i'unny Moon' and it will he strain,' ind d if th capacity ! tin th-at r not tcstcil at every p-rforma ia ustmus. M aiajndant and free from dandruff, is n on- of woman'.- irr-atst c.hartns it's h-r main di liht y-t so many of tli- f.tir yr-x who would ho most ui-' Jrr.ctiv- bat for th-ir strak-d. thin, and lifch-s.-i hnlr. o on thinking there j is no r medy. Qui.-kly but ru-ide Mich . t h a '-rhts. 1-autiful hair is largely a' i n -it r r of a littl rar? aii:i attf-ntion. ! I'arisK.n Sa;'- ralbed ir.to thr scalp ; M and antdi-d to the hair with a j-ror.e i N -r ch.tii will work wonders. Do it daily for a ve-k, then occasionally. ; I and you will .. FurpriFfd and de- li-'iit-d ith the re.sull.s not only vill tli" hair !.! oir.e ahtinaant, soft, huffy, radiant with lif1' but really doubly j b-autii'ul. i i'arisiati Sa.;re supidie. hair and ! I scalp n- d.-. it surely removes (iaml rntf witli one application and cleanses! tho liair of all dirt and excessive oil. It is not sticky or creasy Is delicately jte-rfunp-d. and contains nothing to in-jur- tit liair or scalp. All druj? and toil-'t 'ountrs sell it in ."0-cent hot- tl-s. Look for the trade mark "The! iirl with the Auburn Hair." ! Delighted users ironounc Parisian; .a'r- th- best." most pleasant and in- I i-oiatinir hair tonic uiade. Try at ! I-ast one bottle. Wettick's Original j W ICut Iiato Medicino Store will refund it the money if you are not satisfied. ! Advertisement. Our Tea room serves delightful luncheons at very reasonable prices. 1 1 Pictorial Review Patterns 73 A. c Our Fancy Goods Section is filled with new things. Some Great Bargains in Stamped Underwear. .0 o 77 U ti.WJ. 7 ey n -s jfKi mv ij h n ii if u . t; ;i ii i tiVi- 1 14 iJ li I selling eep lav w mi use V. "iTITy 1 IP Record I onaetm value its a y as we be mother's death for days he cues inco : th burning mansion during an el-c-jW tra- storjn arm pels ner portrau irom , the flames, only to come out to his i death as lie falls lifeless upon the hed j s ii I fartsase, wnicn nis niouit-r liud planted. WOMAN REFUSES TO RETURN TO HER HOME of Samuel j h suicide by i r'UfLADICLPillA, IVh. 4. "It was a crm-i and foolish thing for you to j trv to kill y.atrscdf," said Magistrate; 1 "ampbeil Wednesday to Mrs. Anna Simeni, i: years old, wife Simoni, who attempted to uas in her home last week. "Aren't i I ..11 1. Illincr rr-, 1 i . . i r n ' ' 'Mi w '."l-h l,F ' ' liwilli- . ji "I'd rather jump into the river and take my baby with me." the woman ' told the magistrate. Mrs. Simoni stated that she loved ; another man. and that her husband ' constantly accused her of infidelity. : She was held under $20u bail for aj further hearing. S1.95 Blankets 1 reduced to MKDAii aiu:ivi:s. WASHiXTroX, Feb. ,.- The gold medal awarded to Sen. FJihu Hoot by , the Xobel prize committee- rjf the Nor- I uegian jiatiiament for a efforts in j bdialf of international peace, reached i MS MISliK VI'.IJN." The "pre.-s" throughout the coun try, where th famous photoplay, "lye- M ix-ra bb s" has. and is beinp pioduc-:!: and whic h will be presented at the lier all this week, all serin to dwell very strongly on the beauty and the state department Wednesday, sublimity of the photoplay seen, be- tw-en Jean Yalj-an, the hr. and ITiet Myriel. it represents just one ol thos- little touches of human na 1 ire and humanity in which Hugo was so superb in describing. at Tin: si kpkim:. Winifred n -n wool will appear in a two-reel feature, "The Shria r's Daughter" to he shown at tin- Sur prise theater today. A long and cry attractive stor.v is told in this lilm. and interest is added by staging many of th- scenes dining the recent trip of ralilcrnia Shrin'-rs around th' state. In the cast are William Hertram. Kr.u-ge i"i-hi. lal ward 'on. riiatiotte Hurlon. Helen Armstrong. Xina Kichdal-. Winifred Greenwood. I.'.a Leu K William Ted marsh aiid IMith Horella.. Kduin Am-u.-i will also appear in :i on- feel stll'iect. "Trus; IbelS Trust". c;i:;i: wins n r. Timiii Irut Willi the si!r i:p gien by the h-pneiim theater man agement In th- dia. swimming and ijixiug eojitc-t V dnesda" 'cning. t other ontestants were Marl Wright smari. ltf doet. Kenneth San si"i!i. William Keeder. Donald Hans-b-rg-r and Ii, t t dsoi;. iii-:aktsi:.si:." Kogcr l.iton and Louise r.eamlet ! li.i a th. h ading -parts iti " 1 1 . artease," : j. Yita-zraph sp.,ial at the American that.-r toda-. In the uncongenial at v txpln re of her husband's severe Kr-glMi n'ans:o: la: . a bcauty-lo - j i'tg I'r n. h girl, tinallv succumbs to 1 :! mi lu iic- of her unhappim ss and j l !'- Slo bacs two sons; the t blor. j ; ii n ent ira 1 l'nghsh hoy. th younger, reflecting the nature of his mother. His fathr thinks he is a milk-sop. and will ha little to b. A)th him. He finds that he wa ;nis tr.ken. when, after gri-iug vt r his 7..K. li.. if" "TV .' Winifred Greenoodv at the Surprise Theatre Today in "The Shriner's Daughter" Two Reels. 1 1- H i , lUL. ... ,- zz-zzi .- TnS'- '- 1 LOW PRICES QUICILIVCRY ;;. t v.- Kf H mi faitei) r ; -v ' " S7 - .-ui? so. Michigan .st. . : : k GROCERY BARGAINS POl NnS OF GRANULATED SUGAR With order nt' oik dollar or over iu a 32c l.ircj c.i.i.-". oi Toiihitoj- 25c 3 cans Li'litih 'iiJ t-rn . .23c 3 lbs. Cup-Iini Hwui Ivijc 23c 5 11. l'vi. pkv!. Navy Bj;in 23c 2 5c Hoitlc Citsup 16c Parker House? Catnip, ual. GSc CifLe;i (a.s'i? Pli:ni, i i i p 10c 2 5c sacks Salt 6c !0c jar Prepare! UMa;a . .7c 12 Wixe ,Ku:I tip matcifs 10c S lars CjIss Soap 25c S bars Calumet Lai::i. S ap 10c SniokeJ While l:ih, per ll 13c Sin i ke J Salmon, per IK 15c Blirul Robins, per lb 15c New Mackerel. 3 for 25c Herring by the ke 69c Northern "Spy Apples, pk. .48c Cal. Pancy l emons, Jo. . .19c Plori.ia Oranges, extra sweet & ii:icy, the Het this Season has projucej. Jtc 15c Michigan I'ttaioes, oi.J chokers, ?er bu 78c BELL 325-327 S. MICHIGAN ST. HOME PHONE Special Attention to Phone PHONE 3953 Orders. 2068 Children's Coats at 1-2 Price A tine collection to choose from. Velvets, plushes, chin chillas. Sizes 2 to 8 and 6 to 14. Half Price For Any Win ter Coat. Two Wonderful Blanket Ba rgains 100 Pairs. White, tan, gray with pretty borders. Mohair Binding. Full size, 72x90 2.50 Blankets reduced to $1.89 1.39 50 Pieces of New Wool Dress Fab rics at 48c yard German Henriettas, Broche Charmeuse, French Serges, Storm Serges, Shepard Checks Values to 75c yard. 50 inch Black and White Shepard Checks at Qpn vd., 50c, 75 and 30b WINTER COATS HANDSOME GARMENTS AT $5.00 AND $10.00. Hundreds of Beautiful Garments Boucles, Chinchillas, Astrakhans Zibe- lines Coats that sold at sio, s 15 to S22.50, at $5.00 Coats that sold at $25.00 tf-j fl nf) to S30.00 at 4IU.UU Special Note In this lot of Coats are a great many Splendid Auto Coats. 35 WINTER SUITS AT $5.00 AND $10.00. This is the wind-up of the season. These Suits sold at Si 5, s 18.50 and S25.00, We advise an Early Selection. WONDERFUL VALUES IN FURS AT $5.00. About 50 pieces Scarfs and Muffs. Black Fox Scarfs. Genuine Ermine Muffs, Grey Fox Muffs, Japanese Mink Muffs. Not a piece sold less than CJZ nn S125o up to S25.00. Your choice Friday and Saturday 4)1). UU GREATEST VALUES IN WINTER UNDERWEAR WE EVER SOLD. can Sweaters for Wom en and Children at Just Half the Regu- j Women's Fleeced Union Suits, were $1.50 to S2.00. Reduced gg0 Three styles Low neck, no sleeve, low neck with sleeve, high neck long sleeve. Women's Natural Woolen Vests and Pants r-were S1.00, reduced to 49c Women's Fleeced Vests and Pants were 25c, Reduced - Qq Men's Fleeced Union Suits, were $1.50; reduced to Men's Fine Woolen Union Suits, were S2.50. Reduced to 95c $1,50 GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF NECKWEAR. Just a clean-up after a very splendid Season Net Lace and Embroidered Neckwear take a few minutes and press it out. You'll have the finest kind of neck wear at pretty near Nothing. 5oc Neckwear for Oc Sl.oo to S2.00 Neckwear tor 25c You will not get another j opportunity like this. Hun dreds of sweaters were sold In ns the past 3 days. Tomorrow and Saturday greater selling, j At Half Regular Price. Clearance Sale of Kid Gloves 1.50 2.00 Values 98c All sizes in the lot but not al colors of a size. These Gloves are finest French Kid Such makes at Perrin's Val uer's. Friday and Saturday, pair 98c Curtain Scrims Handsome Printed Border Scrims, worth to 40c 1 yard at per yard 1 u" Cretonnes, values to 1 Qp 40c yard, at vard Great Clearance of $5 Silk Blouses at $2.98 Crepe De Chines, Messa- tJ lines, Net and Lingerie Waists many low neck styles. All sizes to 48. WINDSOR TIES 25c Silk Windsors for Full length, Extra wide heavy silk: Very latest colors. 18c 50c Silk Crepe Windsors for 39c In addition to the Remarkable Values in all seasonable lines we have placed on Sale In Our Linen Section Hundreds of Embroidered Squares, Pillow Shams Round 24 in. Center Pieces. Japanese Dresser Scarfs. Values to 39c 19 and 65 Odd Table Cloths at one-third less than Regular. 1 ff& Pattern Cloths, mostly 2 yards square, a few 2 x 2l2 yards . . . JT 25c NEW WASH GOODS AT GREAT SAVINGS. 25c Tissue Ginghams at 11c Yard. New Clean, crisp and fresh from the looms. Beautiful styles in checks, plain and fancy stripe. Very pretty color com binations. We Advise and Early Selection. Cheviot. Ginghams, Worth 1 2 J j c at 8V2C yard. Good clean styles; not a bad one in the lot. Plain solid colors. Neat stripes. Just the cloth for Men's work shirts, boys' blouses, house dresses. 100 PIECES ANDERSON'S SCOTCH GINGHAMS AT 15c YARD. Every piece new warranted to wash. Checks, plaids, stripes, solid colors Spec ial for school skirls. 3 inches 10 wide, yard . ! 1 50 PIECES OF ROMPER CLOTH AT 19c YARD. A tough, strong, wash fabric for Chil dren's Dresses, Boys' Suits, Nothing better. Absolutely fast colors. One lot Men's Cape Gloves were C9c, QQn for One lot Men's Fine Cape Gloves, were $1.50 5 9C Broken Sizes. Great Lot of Laces and Trimmings at 25c yard Values up to $3.50 yard. Short pieces, blacks and colors. About 200 yards in all. 100 Vanity Cases at 33c Regular 50c German Silver case. Two coins and chamois holder. Always 50c. 00 p Friday and Saturday . . tl msTAWORD. VISIT EVERY SECT ION OF THIS STORE. WONDERFUL VALUES IN RUGS. DRAPERIES AND CURTAIN MA TERIALS. MUSLINUNDERWEAR AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. SHIRT WAISTS, SKIRTS, PETTICOATS WONDERFUL VALUE GIVING. GREAT REDUCTIONS IN FLANNELETTE GUWWb LiKfcAl oALt, Uh kuyal wuKCfc.51 fcK AND HENDERSON CORSETS. I H 111 NOT MANY COUNTERFEITS; , WASHINGTON'. Fob. Ileviod i estimates of eountcrit money in cir- 1 dilation show an average of three spurious lollars for e ery $100,000 in silver ami one counterfeit dollar for very $100,000 in bills, according t the "ferret service, Wednesday. The stimate. are based on c lose tabula- - lions covering a year. iirLNAitiAy ur.rriu.u ? SOFIA. Vvk Form 'i I demands for the rstablisMneru of a republic in Hulwaria were made Thr.rs d.iy by i leaders of the socialist party, ('audi- ; dates for parliament will make tbi the chief plank of their platform j and inin upon tne auuicauon oi Fear Ferdinand. arry L. Yerrick Funeral Director I furnish the complete equip ment, from. th first call to the burial. Both Phone. 19 So. SU Joe St. SOME NEWS NOTES. lavis Laundry. Fth phones., Leslie, ih" optu-ian. :;ul . Mieh t. lr. St'"eekle Uentit. Ml .1. M. S. Uubb.-r stamps and alphabets made by 1 1. A. lVrshi:.-r. j:bj S. Mi.-hb-an rom over Burke's. Advt. Mli:.N PLANNING THIP TO CHI CAGO Figure on the Oran.l Trunk. I:: some jt ; '(: our time-, ibb is v.-ry eon ei.i as for in-tan- -' 11 a. m. train ari-iviv. Fha.u-o "J p. ?r. Maximum th;;- at both er-ds. Lunch eon in dir.inc ear if desired. Mt c fnvenie:;t !-pot. r. a. McNutt. Passr. Act.. L T. Ky. Station. South Fend. Phones Pell 9"; Home .".(".;. Adv. AMERICAN Theater South lnf l'ormot 1'iiturr llnuf. TODAY K(mT Lttoii and I.oui-o Pcaudet In a Vltairrapli Special. "HEARTSEASE" Tithe Praiua. "THE FIRE BRIDE AUDI 0 An Extra AH Feature Show THE CRY OF THE BLOOD A ry tninsr and apoaliii praina, a Luhin in :i revU. NEW YORK ZOOLOGI CAL PARK Wonderful Animal Picture. RASH REVENGE A Givat Comedy. IWJflLY WASHING DONH AT SWANK'S LAUNDRY 228 X. Michigan St. Phone. Call Anywhere. i i VAI DVLLXJj: OF jUALil l You Must See OTEA? p R 1 1 I TrflGMESTER S PILLS if P'S &i?v:7vK ttlU t n4 4 (iU BettJtKVJ ."T PUJU.1U Ill&AU EILJ. turn m& .... NOV PLAYING rho Ills .Mulal Hili MA) 10c 15c EVE 10c 15c 25c Till' 1TXXV MOON." j 11 Featuring James p. i t"1 that.Funnv Co ir . 1 l . . ..-4.1, 1...,. K j ty chorus that can sing and dance. .-IrtlillT lnu j . .. livening 7:30 A 0.J Suiulay New Vaude U!e. 7 !Th8 I SUL U UI1L UltnWEEK AY mi ATiMrc I M I rt M T li ! Matinees 2:30 flights 8:15 i-b F4ISERABLES Tin Life Story f JEAN VAUEAN I'lill I.N- JSfeSMMflaSBSKOHWJiEF TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TiMES WANT ADS 1 1 I I 1