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I Iii!)Y. Al'Ilir. 1 !) I i THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. I heaters, at tin: miii:r.M. 'ih n-w vaid'i!N Ml! opniM :r rih-um Thiir.!:iy ' n t.i i ii i runnier of intcrstinK f-.Htur . Tli Coluni.il .Mnn(rcf troupe of ;i in 1 ats pr..nt ;i novel turn. llar.d fconiely ir-.s'i in rM ums of tin- 1 I time period thv opr-n the ,-u-t nith quit musiral selection hut M'ji klv n ; 1 i (iown to fhlrt sleovrM and interfs't siu; -round and lofty tumlding. The Uil-am-inj?. corner: ;iultinic an. shulder kajs ar n;i tl,1. doiu- and the entire a t is a jrraeeful md clever one. U'Neil ami Vainsl-y, ldll"d as two lirhtnin uks live up to their title. The ef ( entri- meniiier of th- i.-jkii ats in a humorous "nut" style an; th straight inemher keefs tin-, art j-'intr nt lively sp--d. Th y rr--iv! fo ir eneors Thursday afternoon and a:ned them. Cathrjn t'haleoner. assisted ly car lirluss. offers a neat little comedy a t called, "date's Prs.s A nt". It i Iiieojy staged. M i;'S 'll.'llf'Oll'T Wears a handsome jrown and acts In truly pro-f.-ional stvl-'. The plot is ohvioiis l it offers plenty of opportunity for Xood comedy which is taken advaiitay of. IvAlma and company, novelty illu sionist., present a full M:ure numhei with .plenty of Ihely patter ai-coui-p.niyinjr some I -r tri k.. Art Adair had a hard time convincing the operi inT audiene tiiat he was a rube co median for they all knew his jokes as well nn lie did. He was safe however in his musical specialties and tinishd n itlmut dis.ister. at tiii: MA.ir.sTir. Thristmas .'apTs", with pretty scenery, a pleasing story and some riht foii numhers at the Majestic Thursday t ntrtalned ood sifd ainii- nnrps. Joe I.arie is the solitary man of the troupe hut h has th willintr asistanc of seven attradio misses led ly iAlcMh .McCoy and I'earle IIarnr. I'Tl" A l iIICIi." Today's pictures at the Surprise the ater will he "dur Mutual Iirl" in series No. 4. It is as fascinating us a -isit to New York city to see this charming country Kill meeting the famous notables f the Kreat metro polis and visiting tie places that everyboly wants to see." The fashion displays are a delight to all women. "The Heart of the Hills', a two-reel rtex drama, will be shown featuring Wallace J'.Hd and Hoiothy Daven port. There are scenes and situations in the plav that are highly excltinp:. scenes that are mellow with pathos and scenes that amuse and soften one alternately with the humor and ro mance. Settings, or hackjrnuimls have been chosen wkh an eyt t pictur esqueness and beauty. The locale of the Mor.v Is th Kentucky mountains, and we have a perfect portrayal of same. Tomorrow's pictures will be a Thanhouser romedy called "A 'an of I'.aker Beans", featuring the Turner Twins; "A Modern Fairy Tale", Ilex draim. with Phillip Smalby and a Keystone comedy called "A Film Johnnie". "CLOTHF.S." "Clothes," a society play made rwnous by Grace George, is bein shown at the Auditorium today in mo tion pictures. The popular actor, House Peters, heads the excellent cast. The piece is said to be beauti fully mounted and well enacted, and one of the best the famous players have yet prodneed. "Just ;t Note" and "She Wanted a Count." two Lu bin comedies, are also on for today. Tomorrow "The Portrait," a beau tiful special feature In two parts, will be one of the ood pictures. The east comprises Mrs. Maurice, a most lovable, old lady; James MorTison, James Vounp. Donald Hall and Naomi Childcr. "An Affair of Dress." the third of the "Dolly of the Dalies" story by Acton Davies. is a comedy drama featuring Mary Fuller, who is one of the most popular of the younir motion picture actresses. "The Sultan and the Roller Skates" is h clever Fdison comedy, and "ISlame the Tailor" and "Shorty Makes a Pet." two funny Piopraph comedies, art' also a part of Satur day's offering. GOSHEN GRAYS READY TO START THE SEASON GOHEX. April 3. Roa rs' Goshen Greys are ready to take the held as soon as the ground is in condition. The team looks stronger this year than ever before. The men are al- j ieady at work. Among the men try-t ing out are; G;is Fogel. catcher: ' Pelmont Method, pitcher: Charles Wysong. first base; R. p. Kelly, sec ond base; "Patsy" Donovan. short stop; Pari Lillup. tnird base; Verne Wyson. William Pratt and Geyer and Tobias or Nappance, outfielders. K. SL S. Hock Hoit Is making south Pcnd fun ions. Adv. PENSION BUREAU BLAZE; Fire r.xtinguLlied lU-foro Record. Art hi tiro km!). WASHINGTON. April ::. Fire f ansed much excitement at the pen sion bureau Thursday. Workmen putting on a new rof discovered the f'..ime near the top of the building. The t'lrt- was extinguished before tMe li'jndreds of thousands of pension tecords were in real jeopardy. GOOD NEWS FOR YOU! PAIN DISAPPEARS! Have You Heard About "The Road to Quick Relief?" Better Get Acquainted With S peed v, ay. ! Tr.tv.- ni-Mp j..y f-r v ,n : ..,, !.'t!e f lw ay t!i:i:i it a hle t-ar f r - 1 1 : w 1a . I'r Sr-e! w a y t.ike ..lie', and 'Mi;. away. ' S.t-e.lway U f r tli..-.- tn.-d. s'ifT j-u:it- ' r lrui-'H and ;r.!rf fr rh"ii tna t i li:it - J uili-e ee;-y time I.i::iNT up p.-ctlw i.v T-! friky n.I fine l.y applyif ui.tic '!r.l It feeN g'xt.i w !.!: vnj i,e it ) nl) "et-! like a pt-r.ii :ifo-r a rI. Putting it full ru!!.ing j .-.:t; until il.e w'L.w- -i-; j-i-t tie ! ji-. I'r S j ! w a v . i.:;t. t hum r !t-r the tWl:!. !t' .! vHtMnc and 'avi.if t"'.!-t water. It cannot .tai:i iv,i, th ! i c. 1 1 1 - fibr'.-. l-inc a, ! ; gr.tlf ri'i!.fly a:.d j':-t a. urr i i: i a greea !!. :il''.' ! iT t !if lirt TldtOlte Vol! ret the . lt'C!l t b. '. hti! :t;! i.':y t Lottie ef S:..f.lw ay ?te!ter k''t the ;ir;c and u.' it f:dt hftill.v t':ea jou Vli a !t. ; Jte' t. ie ?". re'Ulit'- J.reT.I--'! tl- "ill return y.nir n !:. SVi!v. H W :c ilL-.i -r--i .lnl .ll.-ce- iilly ued f..r .W'ir y a o.l id-1 S-ti h ?:TS1 iii Now If l trt'.e a f- t!ie world j --!! v to . pr-ve jour "ro.nj tn iui k ie if.H Try It now. I LOVE MY HUSBAND MORE TODAY THAN I EVER DID"' SAYS MRS. LEO M. FRANK -y " ' ' - . - ' ' ,y , J ' - , , ' ' , r ,. -. . . . , , l , ... ... - ... V 5.5 -' Mrs Leo M KS. LKO M. FRANK ITi?:'!) FOR THIS I'IFTF It F KSPKCIA l.I.Y FOli THK DAI I A" NKVS-TI:!KS AS SIIK ST(UD PV THH IKON KAIL IXC OF THK JAIL C'OUUIDOK AT ATLANTA. ' ATLANTA. Ha.. Ai'ri'. "I am sublimely confident .r the innnccncr of my husband." declared Mrs. Leo M. Frank today t(, the Xcus-Tiims writer, in the lirrc interview she has consented to give since her husband's arrest. "I .love him and honor him today more than ever before." What Is The With Trp IIY Si:iM.S MAl'MAM'S. ioine clever fellow who at a.n exain- ination was asked:. "What would happen if the Atlantic ocean sudden ly rose r.00 feet?" replied: "!t would settle the Irish tjuestion." What is the Irish question? A little more than 7(.Ut years ::o the KnKlish invaders of Ireland bean an attempted conquest, which they are yet only in the middle of. When the battle had raided for about ,"00 years, Knula nd had succeeded in quartering her soldiers in every strong place in the land and in imposing her laws upon the Irish nation but she had not conquered Ireland, though she has defeated her many times. Even though Cromwell, resolving t complete the conquest in which his predecessors failed, swept the land with tire and sword, and made the streams run red with blood, and sold -O.U(iO Irish rebels into slavery in the West Indies, he, too. failed. When Cromwell was scouring the land, he thought to drive the irish people into the mountain fastnesses 'of Con naught, where they might starve his cry being. "To hell or Connaught!" Hut as an old Connaught man said to me: "Cromwell gave us choice of hell or Connaught. We chose (Tan naught, and left hell to himself." Cromwell, and all or would-be conquerors before and after him. strove to make Ireland British by planting their faithful British follow ers upon all the fat lands. But in the course of a couple of generations the never Knglish settlers oming in had to make bitter complaint to the Eng lish government, that their predeces sors had become "more Irish than the Irish themselves." There was a parliament in Ireland, run for and by the non-Irish element, and in ITS w hen the available Eng lish troops were abroad enjoying the prolongation of r'-.. American tea party, these people, forming the Irish volunteers, dech.red the independence of Ireland's parliament. And Eng land, having no spare guns through which to reason with them, gracious ly agreed. I -ess than a score of years later. England having her troops at home and 1-isure. considered that an inde pendent parliament was. after all. a bad thing for Ireland. So. in isoo, Lord Cnstlereagh. with money, place and title, persuaded the Anglo-Irish members of the Anglo-Irish parlia ment that If they voted away Ire land's independent parliament it vould be a god thing a good thing for themselves. That was the Act of Tcion with Encland voted mt by the Irish peo ple, but by the foreigners in Ireland and their descendants. From that day forward the English parliament has been running Ireland and rob bing it. The famous Dr. Johnson in his day ad'sed Ireland. "lo nut join with u. i r we will pick your pocket, and then ;ut your throat, and c harge your heirs for the corhn." Tbf Irish jarvey (jaunting-car driver) knew well that England had not changed her methods as late as last summer. Driving through Coun ty Donegal, an Englishman was curs- ing the vib Irish roads. "Please. Mr, said the .larvey. "be aisy on our loads. We must keep them bad." "Why must you keep them bad?" the Englishman aked in surprise. "Because," said the jarvey. "if they were anyways middlin' good, the Eng lish would stale them from us." Isaac Butt, a Donegal Presbyter ian, began a home rule movement in 17. but it lacked irility till Par rodl arrived on the s't'tic and took the l,!dership in the late Tbs. H set the heather a!lre in Ireland, shook Ireland and sdiook England, and ii a er few years had (Gladstone run ning away fro.u the coerciop acts with which he had hon-ht kl'l " v "7, - v A iff .'.V M. Freul. Since the day of Frank's; arrest, Mrs. I "rank has- been shielded from newspapermen by her attorneys and close friends. lvcry day, however, she lias visited her husband. During the weeks of the trial she sat by his side daily in the courtroom. Since hi conviction she has called on him every day in his cell. Matter Irish sentiment. Till finally, in the middle of the 'SOs (Jladstone came forward with a large measure of home rule which measure the tory element in England finally wrecked. 'In the early '0s. Gladstone coming into power again, put forward another weaker home rule measure which was lost also by" the power of the house of lords. The present so-called home rule bill is home rule in its most diluted form because, while creating what it would call an Irish parliament, it reserves to the British parliament the power over all larger national things in Ireland chief among them being Irish taxation and to call a bill which gives us no say in our own taxes a heme rule bill is a joke that even an Englishman would almost see. VfflSi Moreover. the present so-called home rule bill ordains that any bill which the so-called Irish parliament passes one day may be put into the waste basket by the Uritish parlia ment the next clay. Summarizing the bill, it is a lame man's step in the right direction. But the main thing is that, as Ire land has been for Too years now fight ing for m tional independence com plete separation from England even a measure of home rule as full and complete as the present measure is defective, would still only be regard ed by our people as a mile-stone at tained on the journey. Having got such a measure, they would hardly pause to ir;rw breath, before pressing onward toward their only goal the end where we rest the Irish question. IRELAND A FBEE AND INDEPENDENT NA TION. (Copyright. 1014. by the Newspaper Enterprise Association.) SAYS KIDNEY REMEDY ACTS LIKE MAGIC T have been a terrible sufferer for a number of years with kidney and liver trouble, also nerous prostration and health generally poor, constitution en tirely run down until life became a burden, j trijd physicians ami every available- remedy but found no relief. Was induced to give Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot a trial, which act d like magic, .and am hnppy to say that I be lieve I am entirely cured and now as good a man as ever. I believe it my duty to make this public statement that I may Iul; oth ers who may be suffering- from the same trouble. .Swamp-Koot is with out question the greatest remedy in the world. r Anyone in doubt of this statement or the authenticity can ad dress me as below. Yours erv truly. II. M. .MeCny. Van Wert. diio. State of Ohio. Van Wert County ss. The foregoing statement sworn to before me and subscribed in n: pres ence this 1Mb day of July. Ee.i. bv the said M. 1 1, Mf 'o . A. C. CrIEPIN. Xotar pit. die. Letter to Dr. Kilmer Co.. llinghamton, .V. Y. PKOYK WHAT SWAMP-UOOT WILL do i ok vor. Send ten cents Dr. Kilmer A: Co.. Idnghamton. N. Y.. for a samph size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of iabt.ilde. information, telling abo-.. the ki!i;es and bladd r. When writ :;;g.. i e s ire and mention the .o:;;!; i:eml laily News-Times. Kegular fifty- .-.U and one-dollar size bottles for salt at all drug store i. SOUTH BEND'S FOREMOST PICTURE HOUSE. ! lis (fnl 2.UC 3.UC LJ 3 Musical Comedy :?.n And Pictures Anotlier Tabloid MitsUal Coinnly "(IIKIST.MAS (Ali:USV fiirN Songs Comedy always tiiiu:i: iu:i:ls or ri:.TCHi: pictuhks &4 0 to; If.' 0 013 VAUDKVILLK OF QU.VLITY til NOW PLAYING 1 l; tiii; movikosi: tr iitoipi: MAT 10c 15c EVE 10c 15c 25c 7 Musical Acrobats ( athiyti ( halonc Co. 'omedy Sketch O'Xcill 4v Walnlcy t -4 Kalma AL Co. . f'l Ait Adair Watincc Daily '2:20 MeniiiKs 7:"0 & 9 Sunday Tlic Trouble Makers' 020 r i ir i vii is m ii Li2 I i HOBiTOf A Broadway Success Today DANIEL FROHMAN Presents Grace George's Famous Success hi The Celebrated Society Crania, with CHARLOTTE IVES And a Notable Cast, Includ ing House Peters. 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Cold Cream 50c Glycerin Soap, 3 cks. . .25c Catarrh Jellv ' 25c Dyspepsia Tablets 25c Hair Tonic .50c, $1.00 Rubbing Oil 25c, 43c Celery Iron Tonic. .... 73c Kidney Remedy . .43c, 77c Foot Powder 19c Pub u 124 N. MICHIGAN ST. We sell Patent Medicines at Cut Rate. TODAY Our Mutual Girl No 4 The (Ircat New Mutual Film is Making a-Sensation all 0rr tho ('niitiiry. It is as fa.scinatins as a visit to New York City to m-p this harmii country giri meeting- the famous notables of the great metropolis ;.r..l visiting the places that everybody wants to sec. The fashion displays are a delight to all women. THE HEART OF THE HILLS Rex Two Reels CAST OF CHARACTERS The Brothers Phil Dunham, Wallace R-id The Moonshiner Kd Brady iMs Sweetheart Lucile Watson Nan, Secret Service Officer Dorothy Davenport In this well-acted drama of the Kentucky mountains then- are x citinff scenes, amusing scenes and pathetic scenes, all intermingled in such a way as to make the film very good entertainment, indeed. Wally Keid. a young wood chopper, joins the moonshiners in order to make the money which will enable him to have his older brother, a cripple, undergo an expensive operation which will cure him. Nan is de tailed to investigate the illicit whisky trade in that section of the coun try, and the two fall In love. The moonshiners learn who Nan is and take her prisoner. Wally persuades them to let him deal with her. Then he tells her why he becamo a moonshiner. She softens toward him. leaves the government service and the two go out into the world to -.i.rn the money honestly. It is an interesting play and should prove popular. m TOMORROW "A CAN OF BAKED BEANS' Thanhouser Introducing the Turner Twins, assisted by Dorothy Jordan. A th first moving picture in which the Turner boys have ever appeared, this reel is in wide demand, as the vaudeville and musical corned - ettorts of the "littlest twins" have won them a national following than whieh n stage kids have a greater. lUla Hall Stars in Delightful Modem 1'airy Tale. "A MODERN FAIRY TALE" Rex Drama The Princess . . . Her Swain Her Grandfather Her Nurse Once upon a time there lived a princess. Her father was no better than an ogre and kept her locked within his castle. One day the ore called his daughter and told her that she must marry the u'ly old Lord Burleigh. She felt very over It because she had a true love of her own a country swain. From a hish window in t'.ie castle she signalled her lover and told him the terrible fate in store for her. The following day there arrived ar emissary from a noble prince asking the Princess' hand in marriage. Th. new offer met with the approval of the ogre. But the day of the wee ding arrived and the swain Vtd failed to return. The old ogre dlwhar-e i the good nurse from his service Just the new princ arrived. To sr.v her young mistress, the nune placed her in the pack upon hrr.b:ick. and Intended thus to smuggle h"r out of the caMle. But to the anger of the ogre r-.nd the Joy of tall others, the new prince proved to he the y-un; swain the princess' lover. So they were married and lived happy cer after. APILM JOHNNIE Great Keystone Comedy Z3 XN Li Ui satire REXALL Bahy Laxative 25c Carbolic Salve 25c Pine Tar and Honey. . .25c Cold Cream 25c Shav Lotion .... .25c, 43c Boq. Jeanice Talc. : . . .50c Violet Dulc Talc 25c Skin Soap 19c Kidney Pills 39c Mucotone 50c, $1.00 'Beef Iron Wine 69c Shampoo Paste 25c Eye Wash 25c Seidlitz Powders 25c Syrup Hypophos 77c Charcoal Tablets . . 15c, 21c Throat Bastiles 25c Tooth Powder 25c Tooth Paste 19c Shav Stick Cream or Powder 19c Kleenzo Tooth Brushes 25c, 35c 51 Ella. Hall . . . . 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Tbe txpln form, lansruld ftep aud dow:i58Lst cuunrtuacce reveil f Ihe oritieal ej-s tiie Lllybt of exltten-", imt tli'.s is only the tmdow or outward murk of the trouble exltUifr wlttiln. and one oti (Nui from t2 botmdr44 ot aiealth Into the nnAn of Ner vous, easily confirmed. ab&eni-cjlndl. fir, ftptful. eoutinually pofsatd oZ drmbtx aud feaT, highly UJricioua, rrrltaUl, i roJdfi Hy1j and would rather I alooi The system untrung, headachy tacLact. txilpitatlon of the bwrt, Ho-rtaia of ireatu, fllriiii?i, deranfd ittorrwich, torpid ilver, wedk kidneys, pwr cirrulatJuQ auI a tlrrtl. llfelr-rs and 'wxnm ut. No ajal, tlwi, confidence or oouraf. j TISSUE WASTE nther partial or fatal, owtwim hj o Tm-thod of trp Unent for wtak, dbal mn. Call and we Trill expAata 11 cures fvfefu ail eh falla. i URETHRAL OBSTRUCTION t Jured by absorption la a sLort tlran; nm Iiln. no cnttln. 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