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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. P Theaters "lA'i'UA.Vs LOVK" "Lucille I.ove the r.irl of Mv.'tery". erics No. 9. will the feature at the Surprise theater today. Lucille meets with ny number f thrilling events in this number. She i.i a cap tive in Huk house, which contains a disappearing stairway, trap door ar rapenn nts and other mystifying le- Ices. When the captain and detee tiws appear there is a thrilling tiht in the house and lat r on the rof tpy. This installment is a Mire -noufirh thrill r. and will le followed by further adventure on Muko'.s ianch in Mexico. "A Water Dot?" i a lively KeyMfme comedy with a plot which serves for the filming of a bin human interest Iimax when a clever little girl swim ner i piloted safely hack to "hore from ;t rock in the ocean by ;i well trained d"g. Tomorrow will hrinir "The Legend if Snow Whit-'", a. fairy tale beauti ful' presented by three ThanhoiiseT leads. It : a beautiful drama taken from Hawthorne's story of the pamo iiamo and carries home i sweet h K'li, a heart message of love. Youth ful Marion Fairbanks, one of the famous ThanhoiiMT Twins la Snow White. Carey Hastings and Kiley Chamherlin are also in the caM. I'Auuxi: iicrrm:s. At the Auditorium today the sev enth series of "The perils of Pauline" will be shown as the fenture. with "A Tango Tragedy." "A Circus in Toy land," two Lubin comedies, and "When the Lightning Struck." a sen sational two-reel Kdison; "The Doc tor'8 Mistake." Sell- drama. The Vathe weekly of current events will show- 11 different items. Including the automobile races nt Indianapolis on Decoration day, boat races in .Ww York, yacht races at Long Island, races between Cornell and Harvard on the Charles river, launching of the nlUivi You Ik't, If the IJoM Thins I Kvcr IfeAnl of in the Ilctur Lin. Series o. 7 of "THE PERILS OF PAULINE' if A T A MP r TDAPmV "CIRCUS TIME IN TOY LAND" Tvro Jaibln Comcdio. "WHEN THE LIGHTNING STRUCK" A Sensational Feature in two parts. IW Sure to Co mo 1!arly .ami See This Tlirillinc;. Dniniu. TIiritSDAV PATHE WEEKLY Don't Mls the jmkI tiling lYiday. SUKPEISE TMEATCE TODAY LUCILLE LOVE, THE GIRL OF MYSTERY Lucillo meets with any number of thrilling events in this number. She is a captive in Huso's house, which contains a. disappearing stairway. trap (lour arrangements and other myntlfyinp devices. When the cap tain and detectives appear there is a thrilling fight in the house and later on the roof tops. This is a Mirf enough thriller, and will b followed by further adventures on Huso's ranch in Mexico. A WATER DOG A lively Keystone comedy. Coming Tomorrow THE LEGEND OF THE SNOW CHILD A beautiful story with wonderful fcenlc effect.. !u.-sk ally portrayed by Kiloy Chamberlin, Carey Hastings and Marion Fairbanks. THE MUTUAL WEEKLY MerimrT Atlantic at Qulncy, Ma?., bis tin- at Oil City. pa. "MIm ItattUV is ii Vitasraph com edy with Dorothy Kelley and Jame Morrison in the east. The ptory i. a clever one. Hob Leslie with his friend. Kalph Lyons, pays an unexpected visit to his parent at their country home, and finding everyone pone to the city, they get in through a win dow. Kalph is unable to attend i dance that evening o Hob sues in stead. Later he discover a younsf woman kneeling before the open pafe and holds her up with a revolver. He learns her identity and the two are laughing over the adventure, when P.ob, who had mistaken them for burglar, return with his parents and a policeman. Instead of throwing up their hand.", as commanded. llalph and the Rirl burxt into laughter. at thi: oitmiKor. A novelty has been planned for the evening performance at the Orpheum tomorrow night when a Mirpriso called "The tiolden Shower." In which a number of the audience take part, will be Riven in connection with the regular performance. The bill on that occasion will m "The Chorus ;irl," a splendid comedy drama of stage life written especially for Miss St. Claire. Today's programs include -The Wishing King" at the matinee, and 'The (Jirl and the Detective" for the evening bill. At Thursday's mati nee "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" will be presented. On Saturday night, at the close of the engagement, an old time country store will be staged. AT Till: MAJFSTIC. Feature motion pictures of an In teresting and exciting nature con tinue to be the magnet that is draw ing crowds to the Majestic theater. Today' program is a special Ameri can thriller. "The Fortune Hunters." tdiowing a number of unusual scenes taken of a hydroplane on the Hudson river. On Thursday the famous wtorv of "Trilby" will be pictured In a special film production entitled "Hen Holt." in addition to which a laugh able comedy will be presented. MRS. REDDICK THE BRIDE OF BYRON WALKER Prominent Mies Couple Journey to ?t. Jooph ror the Ceremony. Special to The News-Times. XILLS, Mich.. June 17. Mrs. Hilz abeth Keddlck and Iiyron "Walker, both well known Xiles residents, were married Tuesday nt St. Joseph by Kev. C. L Hoag at the Methodist par-soiiafc-e. Mr. Walker, who is the widow of John L. Keddick. is a wealthy .Vlles resident and her Rifts to various organizations of the Metho dist church in the dute have brought her into prominence. Recently she gave $l.U0 to the Crystal Springs Camp Meeting association for the im provement of the grounds. The bride is 7 1 years of uge and Mr. Walker i "6. Hacli tias been married twice before. They will continue to reside in Xiles. Mrs. John Perkins of Des Moines, la., is a guest of NUe relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gage of Bal boa, Calif., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamilton. Herman Schmidt of New York city is a guest of his brothers, V. C. and Charles Schmidt. Mrs. K. Osier has returned from Jackson where she visited while en route home from Hay City where she attended the state convention of In dies of the Modern Maccabees as a delegate from the Uerrien county as sociation. Mrs. A. C. Weisberg of Pittsburgh. Pa., is a guest of her mother, Mrs. A. II. Jacks. The annual reunion of the House werth family will be held on Island park next sunil;i,v. This will be the first formal gathering on the new city park. The program ommttteo of the Riv erside Camp Meeting association met in Xiles Monday evening at the home of Rev. K. M. Renner of the Kvan gelical church and outlined the pro gram for the year. The camp grounds are located near Ruchanan. CONTRACTS ARE AWARDED Board of Works Approves RM on Several Sowers. Contracts for pip sewers, were awarded by the board of works last night as follows: Vasar av., $464, D. H. Webster; Leer and Calvert sts.. $7. 250170 Henry De Voss; Tecumseh st.. $64 .".l:., Henry De Voss: Davton st.. $606.20. Henry De Voss. The hearing on the opening of Cal vert st. was continued until June 2S. Hearing on the pipe sewer petition for Talbot st. was confirmed; hearing on vacating of alley on S Michigan st. to iS. Main in ftover and Witwer ad- ?)) WAKTED:-A 3T 6 THEATER NAF3E 6 m mm $ao Mi TliU amount vtill N paid to the v.irl or woman in .south Rend wlut iigrc-ts it -.ultahle name for tin Motion Pi ture Tlu'a.tre, formerly Lnouri as the "Aiueriiau," situatetl at 11S S. Mb hlpau SC.. oppolte jins. CONhiriONs: Ut Rut one name ran he u(xvtetl from any aildrt"': -ml Tlie ixliln nf the eiulcr inut Ih written in full and plain!): :Jtd A name of me or two syllables i preferml; -f til (live name of juir favorite motion jU-tur plajer: rth atldr. f the !Meatr: litli addre. all tnnninntca t 1)i- to W. W. IUMd-i:, I'rx Heprt iitatlw -O I Title Bullilin-. South Rend. Ill -n: if the siiiic nauie clng 'iigsjetttl ly two or more the reward will Im euall) dkidetl. AWTED:-A THEATER NAME f TO THE PUBLIC: TITE Sfntc of New York, through its Department of Insurance, hns completed the examination of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company which it is required by law to make every three years. The Chief Examiner, in concluding the report, saids "The treatment by this Company of its policy-holders in the prompt payment of their claims, in the voluntary payment of millions of dollars in bonuses, and in its social welfare work are features of the Company's business which deserve commendation. The Superintendent of Insurance, the lion William Temple Emmet, in approving the report, wrote an extended review from which we make extracts s THE COMPANY'S GROWTH AND MANAGEMENT. "The administrative officers of the Company have so increased the assets of the Company as to make these equal the resources of many states and even nations. They have at the same time steadily cheapened the cost of insurance to policy-holders, both by direct means and by the distribution of bonuses." (The report shows that the Company has giren bick $35,367,293 in bonuses to Industrial policy-holders in nineteen years.) . "They have extended the Company's business to such an extent as to bring it into contact now with approximately one-eighth of the population of the United States." The number of policies outstanding December 31, 1913, was 13,957,743.) "That this notable growth has involved no sacrifice of efficiency in the handling of administrative details, but, on the contrary, has been the direct result of constantly increasing efficiency, is shown by the comparatively small losses sustained by the Company in proportion to the large investments made." ITS POLICY-HOLDERS SATISFIED. "The fact that the percentage of lapses due to the abandonment of their insurance by policy-holders is constantly decreasing, speaks eloquently to the same effect." The lapse ratio of Industrial policies has decreased 31.7 per cent, in eight years. "This last mentioned development is perhaps the most convincing evidence which could be offered that the Company's policy-holders are, broadly speaking, very well satisfied indeed with what they get in return for the premiums they pay. A very remarkable showing altogether.' - ITS SOCIAL SERVICE. "This Company waited for no changes in existing law before striking out as a pioneer among insurance companies along the pathway of social service on a huge scale. "For years it has maintained for its policy-holders a nursing service upon a great scale ; this has latterly become a veritable marvel of efficiency and practical helpfulness.' (Metropolitan nurses made 1,127,022 visits to sick policy-holders in 1913, for which the Company paid the bills. ''Leaving out of consideration the mere numbers of those who have been directly benefited by these activities, I think that the example which the Metropolitan has set to other great business organizations by its early recognition of the new responsibilities attaching to all business enterprises which have attained a certain size, is one of the most beneficial of recent occurrences in the field of American business. For years it has through its publications upon the question of health conservation been serving multitudes of people as a v sort of University of beneficial instruction upon this most important subject.1? 4 ABREAST OF MODERN THOUGHT. "This great institution, having so very recently been under our critical scrutiny and presenting so many admirable illustrations of what an efficient and enlightened modern business organization on a large scale can do in the way of keeping abreast of modern thought, seems to be in a position where I may properly use it as an illustration that private initiative and enterprise are at their best still capable of doing the finest possible work in fields from which, latterly, all the talk has been that these agencies should be compelled to retire." Assets, S447,829,229.00 Liabilities, $414,244,327.51 Largest amount of insurance in force of any company in the world $2,816,504,462.00 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company . (Incorporated by the State of New York. Stock Company) JOHN R. HEGBMAN, Priibident 1 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK illtion war deferred until June 23. Itcsoliit'on for pavement on S. Lafay ette st. was adopted. WANTS IIOKSK SOLI). Martha j. Nickrrson tiled suit in the superior court Tuesday for collec tion of a note for $125 from David TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Overmyre. asklns for a judgment of 4200. The plaintiff asserts that the one year note was Kiven Overmyre on April 24, and that he savo in return a chattel mortprae on a horse. That Popular Little Playhouse t, - j TODAY AND ALL NEXT WEEK ' IPncHmiires TODAY "The Fortune Hunters." THURSDAY "Ben Bolt" and a Comedy. FRIDAY "Rogues of Pans." SATURDAY "Battles of Napoleon.' SUNDAY "Beneath the Czar.'' A WEEK OF THRILLS AND SENSATIONS. ALWAYS THE SAME POPULAR PRICES. 10c TO Suits for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. Easy Payments. GATELY'S 112 E. Jefferson Dlvfl. The complaint a.Ks that the animal le old in order that a settlement may he made. BATH CABINETS For Kheuroatlsm. Gout. Drorvftltft, Liver, Htomacii. Kidney nd Illiutder Trouble Prlcn (2.00 up. ,OTTO C. BASTIAM DRUGGIST SOf foath Michigan Street. OLD MEN MIDDLE-AGED MEN YOUNG MEN ARE YOU WEAK, WORN OUT, DISCOURAGED AND UN STRUNG? IF SO, CONSULT US. NO CURE NO PAY . . . j vv : Dr. Fleener Co. For Men SPECIALISTS 10Dj; V. 1VahInRton A v. south m:xi, IND. MEN Whole weakeueil vitality, exhausted rn crries ami Mhatteivtl nervts toll a pit i -able story, -uu"1 in many oaes by 1' nriH'e or iicplet t, and v lio are in a cn rtltlun of extreme ieril utiles iromptly r'stored Li health, these are the v.ry uu-n we want to cure. What in bt? iuuv pltiAlle thnn t m'Q one drooping aud faiing away In thi springtime of life? IMsease soon rbs the fine of Its odor nnd the eye of their briw'htnefis. The stoopta? foruj, iaruid r'tep and downcast ctuntenanH r-veai ti the critical eyes the blifht of cilstencv. iut this is only the shadow or oorwarJ innrk of tin trouble cilllug' wltbln, ami one Htnm paes from the boundaries of health Inl the enflnen of dieaH. Ner vous. eully co:ifunel. absent-minded, for tfctfnl, i-ontlnually KHes?l cvf lctilJ?f and fear, highly nusplclous, Irrltablf?, avoid society nnd would rather be iilonft. The Hteni unstrung, beadarbe, lackache. palpitation of the heart, hhortne-s oi breath, clizrlness. deniTijred stomach, torpid, liver, weak kidneys, poor circulation nn Ls tired, lifeless and worn out. .' ambi tion, coufldeuce or courage. TISSUE WASTE Hither paitial or total, overcome by our method of treatment for weak. Cteajed men. Call and we will explain why It cures when all else fails. URETHRAL OBSTRUCTION Cured by absorption in a short time; i.. pain, no eutriug. Hy our method th urethral annl i hraied ar.1 the entire hystem restored to its healthy Mate. .'o failure or los of tim VARICOCELE HYDROCELE Cured: no pain, no los of time. Why mtTcr longer wi.en you can be en red in .1 few hour nt a small cost? Call and we will convince you of the superiority of our treatment. BLOOD POISON Cured, symptom overcome in two day. If KiitTortriir from uler. sre month r thnat, falling hair, bone pain, come and we wili drive th poison from your blood forever. Head our jruarantcv. Tor 111 nod Ilf a 606-914 lor lilond 1 i Gas Ranges and Refrigerators That S SIBLEY Hardware Company TODAY AND ALL WEEK BILL CHANGED EVERY MATINEE AND EVENING THIS WEEK. WEDNESDAY MATINEE "The Wishing Ring." WEDNESDAY NIGHT "The Girl and the Detective." THURSDAY MATINEE "Mrs. Temple's Telegram. THURSDAY NIGHT"The Chorus Girl." Thursday Night Added Attractions. Saturday Night Country Store. If .., . .. ' ' , ' . Completely Equipped Stock Organization in the United States. PRICES: 10c, 15c, 25c. . . . . If you are suffering from SPKCII'IC IlI.OOI DISKASKS, with fore mouth, threat and tongue, body rash, rail on in It IK).-.. 'Hill Iff l! ;i(lininUlT to Oil OI.O t treatment of the improved W Neoalvai jsuni 'Jll and you are cured for lllc No i I'AIN, no LOSS of TIMi:, Uo (,()IN, to I the HOsriTAI., as you return homo itu- luediatclv after the treatment, as It only requires" no minutes of your tiuie ly our method of auiulnistratiou. EMISSION DRAINS Whether occurriii us night. los-s or -s-eapliitf during excitement, underiultiin: t! e health. Wc cure permanently or nuke uj vha rge. PRIVATE DISEASES Wo stop -ill liv!i;ir;ps ;md burn;;?. A few days for itrirumeit cun. NKKVors--Aro you ueuk. Irrital le? you la k ambition and confidence tr.ut ex. cv,,os aud indlx-retioa caue'r If , eoia to UM lit OU'-O. PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES Our proven mr-thod make seven- op eration uiii:eeevary. In ni.t ca-cs dj pain Cr detention from b.iue. e Kuarante ijul-k re'.lif and a positive, jnr inautnt cure. AFFLICTED MEN What you want i- a cure. r,.;i.e to i; and jret it. n,e u:.d--r our f r.-ctiL.'-r.t yoij Will nub-klv Tiuii' how impe ... t i - -T it to -.n'v.ell 11 tJ h-i.ds ,,t a p.-i..!-lt who knows h'.. bii-u. . "'U i;r ;obl not only to llf'1. but life Ij yea i s. . a wi TfTTMTTIir 1' isLiAUiJrjxv AJSU IViUii JL. x j TROUBLE ! r.urr.in I'.ili., T rt!ir. 1 i -r-. trrJr.. ! Iar. '.titi". Mom- in the I'. holder. Irac'.. J'.l'H'd.Mu' -o'i lo-l ail Ki lt.cv .m d i;i.iUo r ' Ail:i.e.t". whh-!i V" do not !' to trnt. t.. the fandlr d'tor, we are prepared u ivc you iui( k n-Jivf nr. I a s cdy cure "OLD CHRONIC CASES" CURED If y.u liavi' an -ii th it b l-.-n h.ir.iiir on for we-k or m)Tith. and which ine.ib ii:e from do tor and drjj.' ritw don't ceni to eiirt richt. there 1 home tvion. We f: ive a t- -:e:;iinc cure and will cure you oni'-kly utid eh-.tp;. l'on't l-t any ailtn nt dm you dowa and v.eakn mi. C.:ll and ee CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE Dr. Flssner Co., Specialists 109 W. Washington Av. I o o MATINEES 2:30 EVENINGS 8:15 Office Hour: 9 m. nt. to X p. in.