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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
TTTTSTVVr. MAY 2ft, 101 1 heaters at Tin: sukpki.ni:. "Tho Strike" will ho the f-:ituro pic ture at the Purpri. th. atcr Unlay with Muriel Ostriche in the b'adini: role. This superior two-reel picture illus trates the influence a strike agitator holds over unionism and how he ran induce employes to inaugurate a 5trik" trains t their own int rtsts on trival matters. It is paid this i a strong picture and of much interest to labor organization.-. A pup.-rior explosion and fire .cene is involved in the plt. Tho Univer.-al Aniinaied Weekly will also ho shown. This reel includes romp of the latent war news and other late events in pictures. Tomorrow will brlmr "Iucilie The Jirl f.-f Mystery", series No. 0. Huso Iubeiue. an international spy, has stol n certain valuable documents of state from Gen. iSumpU r Love and the stolen papers are to be used in ruining the general. To save her father's honor from tarnish, Lucille lyive. the general's daughter, under takes to regain p ss'ssiin of the doc uments sintfk'-handed. After a series of thrilling chases over Imd and s a. and after she has refined the papers. Lucille 1.h xdeked up from one of the Bouth sea Islands by a sailing vessel. Little does fche realize, however, that the vessel Is owned by her enemy, Hugo Loubeo,ue, and he is aboard the pamo boat. As soon jib he discovers that I,ucill is aboard th boat with afl a Chinese mandarin to further ill w - 4 . . ..-. . - . - - . his plans in retraining th papers Tiv Morning Paper and a I'.usy ppltt reel Keystone comedy. Ja . a will ! picture. phown with the Lticilb- l-ove AT Till: Al'IUTOUHM. For today thf .uai-orium is offer ing a two part i:disn comedy drama, entitled "The S;m of Solomon." with an extra strong e.-ist, imdudinir 1M ward Houlden, Wm. Itc-htel and .Sallie Crute. Solomon, like his name sake, is a slnirer of sont's. Also like his namesake h had a lot of trouble with a woman. nt tho Queen of Sheba. but a little actress named Trixie. Solomon spent so much of his time thinking of 'i sons he had composed that hi employer discharg ed him. then he went to Trixie and asked her to sin?r his sont,', knowing if he did his fortune would be made. At first Trixie r fus d, but finally she Fans it one evening and it made an instantaneous hit and Solomon there with became a rich man. The Selis; wokly will show a number of inter esting bits of current news, "Tho Greater Love" ia an Lssanay drama and "Cupid Versus Money" is a clever story enacted by an exceptional cast, which includes Norma Talmadire, Leo Delaney, , Van Dyke Rrooks, James Lackaye and Hose Taploy. Tomor row's list of pictures will comprise "Max, the Lady Killer," "A Winter "Excursion In Sweden," "The f?aincr Presence" and "The Antique Kin;." KIDNAPED DRY WORKER BEFORE GRAND JURY Tells Story of ATnluotion Ty Four Men in Automobile Thrown in Collar Without Windows. PANTILLE, 111.. May 2. Louis R. Patmont, the Milwaukee dry worker who disappeared from Westville near here on the evening of March ?. nnd for -whom a wide search wms made, went Lefore the rand jury lat- Mon day to tell his story of his kidnap Injc and dtention in an abandoned cellar for nearly eit:ht weeks. He is preatly emaciated and walks with a slight stoop, due, ho says to the terrible beating he received at the hands of hU captors. He is closely R-uarded. In substance Pat mont sail he was attacked by two men on the niprht of March ? 1 at the 3Utr Four railroad crossing at "West ville, was loaded on a hand car and transferred later to an automobile. Four men, two Americans and two Italians, pushed him down between them ami compelled him to bend over so he would not be seen. If he attempted to rise they struck him over the head. After several hours he was placed in a collar in an abandoned house. Where this house is he did not know. The cellar was eleven feet hicrh ami had no windows. Food such as could be bought at grocery stores was thrown down. Iast " Friday nisht. Patmont declared, the same four men vith the same machine used to spirit him away from Westville. took him out. Hr. was then landed at the house where he was found Saturday aitemoon by farm hands, nea Co lumbia, ill. In an effort to Kr-t word to some one Patmont wrote on the flv leaf of n. Pohsh-Amoriean dictionary that had been dropped by one of the men SOI HHBHOW MAR Longs Stop Runaway Market. Holding Grain Until Bid Fori Shorts May Have to Cover Up in Pit or Private. Itv Josi:iii ii iMirrniAiMK ''HKWCO. May L'o. The May j uhe.it future swung between '. 7 :ir.d , Monday, which way narrow, w hen ! the open interest in that month is ! e.i!.j;.h red The longs were not in-! In.t d to permit a runaway market, i they furnUhed the buers with the j gram as they bid up for it. May I "uheat was more or less congested,' :xnl with only four more business days n; which to even up their position ; MTts ;ib- likely to make an attempt j STEP-E-Z 1 OOT row in-: ii OK Then ay C.ood-lTt, to iUI Juv-LIUinr foot IrnuMr. ImiufMllat r. rriniiticnt rrllf from rhrv MMrr and hurt of rfr) irt. i-V at tlir nHrt lrnc ronntfr. Itcautiful ou MiiUmnmcr Ml I.I.I M.UY Now on vh at VAN GORDER'S wm Watch ur Colorado War Pilgrims -Women, Children, Judge Lindsey, Leaving White House After Telling President About Ludlow Massacre -.e-;- .. , - -v. Vn; , ox tiu: wiiiti: housk steps MRS. MAKV THOMAS, MPS. PKAK RACHCI, AND OLGA. to get out via the pit or private settle ment before the close of Friday. The cash wheat situation, while quiet, may be. called strong. Advices were received here from interior sec tions of the southwest saying that millers are scouring the country for sur 'les and that the old wheat will do 'ess sell much higher. The trans actions here today on milling account amounted to only 15,000 bushels. The delivery on May contracts today amounted to 290,000 bushels, showing that the purchases of whoat which were m?de at Kansas City and brought here by the ( levator concerns is belnp used with which to even up the position of some of thosei who sold themselves into a hole. The news to come in on crop con ditions from the many crop experta who are now in the southwest was of almost every description. Those who hive the best facilities for ob taining crop conditions advance the opinion that notwithstanding the losses in the winter wheat belt, the crop will exceed that of a year ago, and which mean? that it will be the largest crop ever raised. When the bearish conditions sur rounding the corn market are consid- Zy-thS Vfrd Of six or Purchase . , If V ,.v;tr. iv;.'f- j; rfch- ISP . ,;"t" 1 I J-' K " "" r r ' " - -; i i ' I mm i tM-v-. v.-. ' v V,- S J, I . . v ' .-; . . ": , 4 ' ; . .... " : :4 ..:.':... : . . . .''.'-'-- 71r H men found it so Saturday They were made by I and that tells lot 348 in em at mrs. lixdsky. jitdgk bkn lixdsev.. mks. L JOLM. AND IN FRONT. THK TWO CHILDREN months were rg. "gc lower to xc higher. The inspection here was lib eral at 21 2 cars, which with the more favorable weather in the Argentine Republic caused freer offerings in the pit. Not only were longs sellers of corn, hut there were short lines put out. The market for oats opened higher and closed strong at fair advances. The increased complaints of dry weather throughout the belt was the principal bullish influence. The heavy ho run at the stock yards and the decline of 13 fa 20c in the price was the leading help favor ing the bears or shorts in provisions. Packers offered moderately. The de mand came from shorts. rxTitrrc to win; CHICAGO. May 25. Depositions as serting that William Rapp jr.. was untrue to his wife, Mme. Schumann Helnk. were introduced in the supe rior court Monday as evidence upon which she hopes to obtain a divorce. Lee Frank, attorney for Rapp, fought hard to have the depositions thrown out, but Judge O'Connor ruled against him. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Take the oDDortunitv we eight Dollars on a Sale is well worth H the whole story of their excellence. all just to get the Instead of $25, $28, and $21.75 r MAR V PKTRUCCI. OF MRS. THOMAS. START PETITION TO RECALL JUDGE LINDSEY Action in Washington Concern iiuc Conditions in Colorado Coal Fields' Said Ik Cause. DENVER, Cel., .:iy 26. A peti tion was started in Denver Monday afternoon for the recall of Judge Ben IS. Lindsey of the juvenile court. The judge's recall is asked because of his action in Washington, where he went before Pres. Wilson and made repre sentations concerning conditions in the Colorado coal fields. Also an in terview purporting to have been given by Judge Lindsey in Chicago, in which he attacked the coal companies and the state administration, is part of the ground for action. Several persons who signed the peti tion were found tonight, but none of them could give the exact origin of the document. It is known, however, that the Woman's Protective league, which from the start has championed the cause of the operators and the governor, submitted a petition of the are offering to save Summer Suit. your investigation and we believe US mtage J 5 irner We bought a special that permits us to sell price concession $30 Their regular price. Protect ion against weakness or distress in the Stomach, Liver and Bowels is af forded by the use of MOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It promotes appetite, aids diges tion, induces regularity and im proves health in general. same character to their attorney ask ing for an opinion as to its legality. Pifteen thousand signers must be obtained before an election can be called to oust the Judge. HELD FOR DESERTION William II. Partridge of Sprinsliclil, III.. Arrestexl. ELKHAIt". May 2 3. William IT. Partridge, alias William H. Osborn, of Sprinjrfleld, Mass., was arrested here Monday for wife and child desertion by Officer Little at the request of the chief of police of Springfield. lie is in jail pending the arrival of an offi cer. Partridge, or Osborn, as he was known here, was arrested a few weeks ao charged with giving liquor to two Mishawaka girls, both minors. He pleaded guilty and was assessed $20 on each charge. The fines have not been paid. In a letter accompanying the war rant, the chief of police of Springfield said Partridge was an electrician and was stopping at 1101 Grant St., this city. He was found working in a pa per mill on Elkhart av. Partridge was located here through correspond ence he carried on with a young girl in Springfield in which he was trying to induce her to come and live with him. JACOB RMS GROWS WORSE Noted Writer and Social Worker at Death's Door. BAR RE, Mass., May 2 6. Dr. W. S. Bates, attending physician to Jacob A. Riis of New York. Issued a statement Monday night in which he set forth that the noted writer and social work er had a marked turn for the worse Monday afternoon and possibly would not survive the night. Wonderful Treatment For Corns, Callouses and Sore Feet. -Millions of people who endure daily tor ture from sore feet will welcome the in formation that there is now a simple treatment thu positively and quickly cures foot ailments of all "kinds. You can nay goodbye to corns and callouses; bun Ions; swollen, aching, bal smelling and sweity feet. This works through the removes of the Use it your feet delightful; use week and A. 1 r-i-- Abs-. - 7 vnur ioi Troii mes the past. "IMssolve two tahlpoonfulu of Caloride compound in a basin of warm water. Soak the feet in this for full fifteen minute;, gently rubbing the sore parts." Amazing result follow. Caloclde is known to lest foot dorter. Any druggist will Miprdy it. A twenty-five cent package is said to le enough to nut the wort feet In fine con dition. Cnlocide prepared only by Medi cal Formula 'o.. of Dayton, Ohio. , ... treatment JtfAT rci; Tr rigtt h J t-,1 j?-'?A the cause rl trouble. rJWrin V1; oth'o and fi W'v v.VK feel four, Y4 is special a lot of YOU will. U it UMPRISE THEATER TODAY THE STRIKE Thanhouser Featuring Muriel Ostriche. This superior two-reel picture il lustrates the influence a strike agi tator holds over unionism and how he can induce employes to inaugurate a strike against their own interests on trivial matters. This is a strong picture and of much interest to labor organizations. A superior explosion and fire scene is involved in the plot. UNIVERSAL ANIMATED WEEKLY, No. 113 Latest war news and other interest ing late events in pictures. Coming Tomorrow LUCILLE LOVE, THE GIRL OF MYSTERY Series No. 6. The greatest of all .erinl pictures up to date. A MORNING PAPER AND A BUSY DAY Keystone Comedy. VAUDKVILXJ Ol" QU.VL.IT Y NOW PLAYING The Grcnt Cruado IMcturo "THE DRUG TI-THROIl' Vivid. Startlinsr, Sensational! MAT 10c 15c EVE 10o 15c 25c Six TlirillinEr Reels. Warn 1 ne the Un wary. Uatineo Daily 2:301 Kvcnincs 7:30 to !)- Thurs. "Oh, Txxk Wlus Here' Gas for Lighting and Cooking GAS COMPANY ;:U! .ft.- ' 4 V .V V' ' V 1 5if Tor 608-914 Ttxr DtlCMM If jrm. ere eufferlnr frora Bpodflc Bload DteearM loar- no time la conraltln? ui. W-e tic the genaln Profeor TTiirUch'm Otrma Rcsady, formerly ctt d 104. AtJd cls Professor DUr Uclx h&t Improved th old prepcraHon It U now knom m f!4 Noalrar8An). ThU reci ! t&r i roocnlzfsd Cor. No : Pin, no Jjom of Time, no Oo ' Ixtg to the Hospital, aa you re : turn borne soon after the treat -menL It only reru ire s a few raisatr of yoor time h our method of td mints trsUlozx. BItirJfIfr aa4 M&ney dlefjea. wiuuuu mvrtiUziz of feet. pa.ln In becX. are all cured perma- naxxttjr Xty our methoda. ambition and confldnoe that excesses ejul lndiscrclon cause? ;' If so, come to ue at one. ,Rrr4r1 dlcaeea rach ca pllei. J Gesurem, fLrtula or any other dUraaea are oil cared by ui without catting. iHyiccck ZrZ . pediments of parts are cored permanently without cutting. Jmvtliiw and all bum ire acaldhijr arul smarting symp toms cured In a few days with out the aid of the kntfe. MEN, LEARfi THE TRUTH Don't trlve up. Call and Ix examined by a &p:kiJlt who had m.r, years' experience In curing men. He will trll you the truth about ytur condition KHHE. MEN who are FurTerinr and cannot pay the ftos charge.! ty nif.f-t specialists, ehould take adrantage of this cfTf r and CJET CURED. Call at once, have a talk with us an l we will explain to you our treatment. We are curln? people dally without cutting, chloroform or lang-r. no matter who nan failed cr ho- lonj? you have utirit-reJ, don't ive uj .. Call and we will Examinp You T"rey A nli rial Fnrnra for n rak mt-n Drnrrs run cr hac ctmxl a ml. man. $10.00 EXAMINATION FREE Dp. Fleener Co., Specialists ltW4 W. WnAhlnton Av.. Orer inxL's Slao Srcrr, Sotrth IWikI. Inl. Oflicc Honrs 9 a. rn. to 12 m.; 1 to 5 p. itu; 7 to h p. ni.: suik'u). V a. fu. to 12 ul Oc 10c I 8 5 V The Angel Co.Presents the Merry Musical Comedy "Ship Ahoy" Girls, Song, Music. a. 3 Special Tuesday Night, Enter the Ladies' and (jenllcmen s Vatch Contest. II Ell 31 sf Mi: . J mm y s t y m A Grand Show Today "The Song of Solomon" An I'-di-on Omiedy Drama in Two lart. The New Selig Weekly of Current Topics" Interesting War News and Events of the Day. "The Greater Love" IsiiiJiy Classy Drama. "Cupid Versus Money" A Vitaeraph. uith .lames Iiekaye and iloc Tapley. AMERICAN THEATER ENTIRE WEEK Temi Cents To seo South Rend Movies "SUNNY HOURS IN ST. JOE VALLEY" and Othvr Rrls Stnts for Men and Women $15, $18 nnd $20. Easy Payment GATELY'S tit H. cScrmoTi Dlrd. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Get mm Our Fee $5 to $15 until June 1st For Blood Poison, Piles J and Hydrocele RuLltura - rtxmt tho r Vt&9 of Icclfo. No Vcricoccle r:Jit' ras w ata e , lessee: la urine, which la turn erases a.-touting of Um porta, w ctzre to stay onred. looeea wTjleh sap the vtm, rigor end Tttallty from you and later render you a mental and pbyui cal 'wreck, we cure in a fw days. larked and stiffened Joints ore all cored permanently by- cnar methods. Discharges and an s-rnartlnc. bxirnlng and itoh- Iny stopped In from three to flre d&ya Let Vino- aa4 vHUt7. elth V1CO er due to Hbnzo cr excesses cf tarly life we enro to stay cured. No stlrrm- Lacta Lllrpra caused by injuries broken velrji, we treet and pcr manntJy cure with a ruaran tee nerrer to return. ones, lors of fc tcal power, we enre for lifo. No operation. Stomach conditions mch a coated tonrje. perverted appedba, gses Ui. injr a fullness and d'.tre? aftrr eating, heartburri. palpitation, dlxilnefa are all cured perm a -nently. mm 1 r -I i i i 1 f! n ft i 3 viiidou. for 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y llcs.