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Friday, xovemher 20, 1914 8" ' 1 111 1 1 7 Theaters AT Till: COLONIAL. A real down fouth comedy 5? "Kentucky Sae" now hein at the Colonial by the l.ifn." drama I' laye.l Dramatic Stock Co. While it i: :n tabloid form, the many Interesting sccnei and good comedy characters are given tall Jus-ice. Interesting pecLaltleg bt-ppn the acta ami mo tlon picture? before and After the drama make the entertainment a. on erous one. Matinees aro piven daily and the bill v.-ill bo changed - again Sunday. at Tin: majestic. The new mu?ical comedy ne,u beini presented by the permanent company that is playinp at the Majestic full of good humor and abounds in likabb singing" number. The Irish haltad. "Old Krin", i proving a blsr hit and the. various fMeetiom- including. "Pull for the Shore', "Pciuse I'm in Love", "My Chine? Girl' and others pica nigntly. Ihe cfioru? isni plenty t do and the girls look very nttractivo in new costumes. Amus'.ntr motion lectures make the show continuoiii. at Tin: surprise. Friday's program at the Surpri.e indudes "Our Mutual Girl" in another series of Interesting adventures. The feature of this subject is the taking of Baby Lily's picture by a prominent photographer showing as it doeg som of the mean employed to make the little ones smile v.hfn they are in clined to tear. A Thftnhour drama. "The Chafim". tells an interesting tory contracting a woman's spirit of mercy with a man's .ene of justice. David J. Thompson, Margaret Love ridr:e and James Deilrin have the lead in rol3. "The Way of Life" U an- tuer intertPtin drama featuring i:ddy Lyons its an ex-convict and Vic toria Forde as Nell, th kIiI crook. This drama is life in the rtd and howK thr efforts made by glil to reform her old sweetheart who risked bis life to help her. AT THi: LAS ALU:. The attendance at the l.a-ulle -ince th! dcdicatijn of the pip organ has been more than Kratifinr t the man agement and those present have thoroughly uppreciaied the artistiv' programs furnished by Ml.-s Marie 1'ooley of Chicago. In Fridays feature tin badinc rob' is taken by Marguerite Clark, a dainty and magnetic Mar. who w ill l.t- seen in the Famous IMayt rs' production of "Wlldnower" from the novel hy Mary Germalne. Marguerite Clark attained the triumph of her brilliant career in "Baby Mine" and it is .s.-iid that "Wild flower" provides her with many situa tions similar to these in her .-.tago suc--eM in point of charm and an oppor tunity for tht? display of tho ma,uv winsome qualities which she possesses. "Wilddower" is a bewitching charac terization, constructed for just such a -tar as Miss Clark. The story is a drama of the lights and shadows of the sunkissed fore.st. and the denths .and shallows of human life. "Wild ilower i.s painted as a child of nature, who knows not the meaning of love, until the one man waiting in all the world for her, proves to her that it Is something other than mere leslre and selfishness. Till: AUIMTOHIUM. The Auditorium will oiler a most at tractive bill today. "The Bond of IvOve a two-reel drama written and played by tho members of tho Yale Dramatic association; "The Midnight Ulde of Paul Revere", retold after the famous poem by Henry W. Longfel low, In two parts, and "Dough and Dynamlto", one of those screaming Keystone comedies given in two reels and said to be one of the funniest of nil the clever comedies turned out by this firm. Saturday will bring "The Ticket of Leave Man", a two reel Bio graph telling the story of Bob Brierly, who visits London and meets Daltou. n crook, who is in league with a counterfeiter named Moss. Boh be friends May Kd words, a tea garden 7ICT0RIAL REVIEW FASHIONS. ATTRACTIVE IN VELVET. There Ls not hint; more fashionabU ttn velvet for simple frocks, for the r'chncss of the material plvo the nec nfirj air of elegance. The i'-coin anylEC design ls made without a lln Ins; and it suitable to development In wo.xi brown velvet. It hns an adjust Vjble shield: loner, plain, one-piece Ieeve perforatel for short sleeves, or harlLg bishop sleeves; high waist Hue, attached two-piece skirt w.th three-piece tunic. If desired, tunic .may be made in k!rt lencth and thn underskirt may be omitted. Width around lower edjre of underskirt about V yard; width of tunic about -J3 Sardi. PictoHal Rview pattern No. 5322. fixe 14, 1ft, 18 and 20 years. Size U raqu Gt yards 54-inch material wiH H yard 27-inch for girdle. Price 15 reU. I Any of th rit-:n lhAin5 br tTwUi IS cnt for .lc ten-' I vf li 4 I 1 I if 1 POLICE GIVE MAN WANTED OF WOMAN A ( i'V aa Vt1ts p'zlj& KU'IIAHI) VOX KltKISS. Von Kreb?. who kilb i Mr. Mary Bheil and wound" d her husband at Dean'f. Station,, N. J.. spent Sandty n ight in tlie Princeton, X. J., police sta tion, whore he was given lodir.u n the jle,t that he was "broke." lie left without his identity lein- harried. Von Krebs is known to he insane and is looked upon as a most dangerous fnuiti . singer, and is caught In the meshes ot the law by the cunning Daltoti. who trick's him into passing a counterfeit 2n pound- note, and Hob is sentenced to serve four .years in prison. Thr ' years later, discharged on a ticket of leave, ho secure.-; a position in (lib son's bill broking otlice. Dalton and Moss discover where Bob is working and plan to get him into their Clutches; but with the aid of Hawk shaw, the famous detective, the crook are rounded up after many thrilling developments. Other pictures on the bill for Saturday are, "The Mystrry of the Sealed Art Gallery". an IMison drama; the Pathe Iaih News ami "The Cave Dwellers". a Vltagraob comedy wlthBobby Connelly. "Tin; NAUFD TBl'TII. Straight frfm the New Candler the ater. New York's latest and most beautiful theater, cojnes "The Naked Truth"', George Klelne's new leg tive part motion picture, featuring the celebrated Buropean actress, bj d i Borelli. It pens at the Oliver theater Sunday, Nov. for three days. "The Nuked Truth" i- a lilm version of the sensational I'rene'. novel, "La Femme Nue", by lUnry Batalll". Th -story centers about the artist colony In Paris. Lolette, a iretty model and a close friend of an elderly artist of mediocre ability, one day meets tie man of her choice in the form of an artist friend of her benefactor. I'.oti- chard. Pierre Bel io-r. the ounger! man, at otieo falls in bve with Lo- J lette's beauty, marries lier. and under 1 the inspiration of her great love. ! paints a masterpiece. Ai'ter much poverty and sickness, the masterpiece is finally recognized. It raises Pierr" and Lolette from poverty to aflluence. the changed conditions of their lite leaving Lolette unspoiled. Fnforin-natelj-, Pierre cannot stand Jus sadder, prosperity. He soon becomes ashamed of Lolette and permits himself t,, be entangled in an alliance with the Princess Dupont, much to Lo ite s sorrow. The pretty momd after mal. intr every effort to r( taiu her hasb.T.d. attempts suicide. In this she is nr.- successful. Her former friend. Bou chard, meanwhile, comes t,, care tei Lolette and cheer her through tb. weary days in the hospital. After I,.-, lette is convinced that her hu-baud loves her no more, she tuif..- to fai'b ful ItoUvhard as lor la-t ,aud on1 true fhend. In the part f Dole tie. Mis 1 a.-e'Ii scores a genuine triumph. Her d.g. like devotion to her snobbish, wayward husband, her quick j-ympath, li 1 cheerful smile and pretty ehibbr ways win a read response in th--heart oCe er.vone. MUs Boi elU kn.i-. the fine art of pant'Uiii ne. Tin: ;ibl or my d?:mv ; "The Cirl of My D:am which I will be .-een at the t diver Saturday ' matinee and night, is .-aid ti bear tie-ear-marks of an imnien-e( piaiuctieu that it has all the daintiness, chie ness. good taste, amusing sit l.atien ind laughs that under. the deft han dling cf Broadway ptodueers are lin ed to the dignity of ,i eliarming nat uralness, that tin- co.-i iimi'i- an-.l ' scenic color s,;he;r,cs are superb ;i!i( in harmoxiy and richness ami the ire lavish d upon a cast, not only of rarely ;iMiM:c priiK-inles. but a cap-! able chorus rich in bcnity. A prepou-' drrarce of attention hris bet n given! by the bo.ik autb.o! .-, T,.,-s. Xesbit ' and Ifauerb:. h. to th n-irclv of th-or- w hich, how .'.-(: . !. .. IPrlitfu! ; entr-il lo --vi,.ry a ; .'eh . i it; 'bad l-.oy"' organir of a b.i'-nelor! club -,v hose m m!crs, led bv him. have j e.i' h sworn ne-er to u;arr". U- h 1 -'' f ilb-p ir 1 r wiili a o-inr;- Pttb- i'iv fry Durban eirl just Durban .".vght to lend a special wort h to Vr b"is.-es. ; b"t not t "o puritan to have her "h-- -hare ef thi? - !"r;v;!' :-terestin : ! '.'1 eitv in u'i T.'i'i ,!-:! 'ivn'-. j The r" e . if'dr fond r o to ''.-'-li- ;b") rs' club 'rr: e under ir- vu' ;-p r alter an : urMn ::;- e.'icnt. herein a worm? n's h-t in the otb er autor,' has 1 e. n hewed up bv Iv.s a utoep 'i1, ' 'i; 'lia'h a i in'"a ria ' -t- w i i h waamn's hr.t!. bads to .-ill t p. k e- p'i C-iv ; aTlil s . "Cj'p Tit tr'" T!" e ei lb ' 'ddiT a T'' ' ' d - I'obi over the de ' rtion d" is i an !' r. AT THi: OIIPPFFM. Thfre is a livelv . ill a th-- j u:n for tho half ef tbii v.-c:k and to mur.y ot the act- ire ci" cv-J-i r.i tri: , it is di.'f.cult to dc-tcr:r.ir.o n-hi:h ii, th? :r.ost excellent. Ic-n'.o Mccra' trr- C 1 1 w ??r.sr fro'-.c that ls a-av zT.a D-yr.a tr.e average iuvn:l& act. v. , Hazel Webb end Hilly Cirnnhell arc the featured memVcrs ff the litrb omi'anv and they ate ably supported FOR MURDER " NIGHT'S LODGING IN CELL by two ntlur couples who sing and dance entertainingly. The songs, are a'l ticN", melodious and are put over w ith a .youthful vigor that is . most 1 1 ffi-ti i 11 i ill- Tbr.e Mi'ci;il scenie i settings enhaiaa- tin act ami the cos- turning is attractie and consistent, odt!snith and 1'inard n a corned: talking and musical act ware most en thusiastically received. They took seven civorcs at the matinee perform nv'orcs at tne matinee penorm- and then the audience was not ie.l. One t" them, a Hebrew 00- a lui sat 1st 1 un 11, is iw;.iim iv 1 e. i 1 1 1 . pi iy musiei instruments -ntertain- j - ingly and the act is well arranged. Tb.c Leitel sit rs, attractive and ath letic young women, perform wonder ful feat? of strength and skill on the trapeze; flying rings and other aerl.il t apparatus. Kico and Morgan are ac-'i rob.iiic comedians v lio are skillful tumblers and produce real humor with their comedy patter. The Moz.irts re- no.-it tbeir faoiiti-ir slcetcli wbicVi the sta.wsl feat ore. film ojens loe Iara i'tg is the principal i A coPiedy the show. pictur H1 I l1 of the L,akes : Chicago, So. Bend & North-1 ,ern ina. Ky. uo. and South ern Mid-igan Ry. ( KfJi-etive etetober 11. 1 '.! 1 i . tk.mvs smir i;i:m)''- VLV mkt: coy y INDIANA. LAST N'UBTII- IT- itH'ND I'.Ol'M) BOIM) r- :1a ; t in '. ; " ) a m u: uO i m a n. ,":(( a w. :o0 a m T:fu an, !;e.t a ,, l":oo a m 'u a in 10:'. a m U:u' n !:'). a m 1 :m p m 2 :00 p m ie;eo a m "I'leii i m 4:'a p m 1 ! :)' a lit p r.i t;,(i p m 1 J : e ) n 1 : i ! p ni :hii i m 1 ' p r.i " p ;a 1 1 p m L':t."! p m .:! j. m o : ( p m 7 : Of p r. i 4 ; (i 0 j i ! e f ; p j n " : 0 a p m 1 1 : . p n , :(' p m 7:"' p m .': ' . p m 11:0m - ,r, Klkhart only. -Niles only. Subject to change without notice. F. I. HARDY. FBANTZ. S ; i t . Tra n sport a ticrt. 3 We Can Svc You QntvHaU on Ycur Dental BUI. - Come in and talk it over with us. Examination Free. Nn chart; j tor extracting vhen orderinc nc-v teeth. Painless i:t.-r.ctlr.c TCc. Wliiie Oocia! Parlor 111 et Wrhiniitcn Ave. Uc: Ilerr'p B'-ok tore. T.atlv AtU-n-'-ut. 0 Open Tues., Tivjr.s aud -at. ; Nervousness HeadacSios tiT tsra 4 - a The cj'c stra'.u s , c: ycur TT. .. - -n. nervousness a. ..ki IT.". . . ' CO civs us a. call ir.d will txxziz& ycur eyes trco. and can tell you aetiitr iac eye ni... of ycur trv Dr.i.Sui'kc 4 wU. 20 o. MICH. ST. OFFER ACTORS PRIZES Notre Dnine Knight to Stage Vaude ville Miow. A vaudeville rhow will be given In Wshinton hall, a wek from Satur dny night under tho uupl?cs of Notre Dame council, Knights of Columbus, in honor of the Notio Dame football f-qvmd. Students .of Xo're Dame having ubility in this line and wishing to to take part hav? been requested to turn th"ir names into the committee before next Tuesday and must bo ready for a rehearsal before Friday, Nov. 27. Cash prizes will be ien fof the two best acts. Any student is free f taVe part. The committee in charge consists of Prof. James M. Riddle, Tarle Dickons, grand knight and Harold Madden. IX) U CIIAUITV. A picture entitled "The Adventure? "f a Good Fellow' has been secured i ' v Mr. Hine? for Tuesday's bill, the I day the Auditorium will have a big j benefit for the Federated Charities, l The picture has to Uo with the work ; '"one in Chicago by the Good Fellows, j a club started a couple of years ago j by th Chicago Tri1 une. who donate j to a fund for the rt lief of the poor and needy of that city. The Tilm is to j be rented and whatever income is re- j eeivd thereform is donated absolutely t.. the fund. KLITII VAUDEVILLE". 4 NOW PLAYING THH LLITZKL SISTLBS Wonders f f the Air. yorxc AMFIUCA t.'ncle Sam's Kiddies 13 MAT 10c 15c EVE 10c 15c 25c ;i in Patriotic Fun and X Frolic. Tin: MOZAius. '-I GOLDSMITH v ff PIN Alt D. 1 ,;M li.:niec laily '2::0 VA Niuht T.:;o and 0:00 MONDAY NVu Vaudeville. zy j: 7 v j fV j n I i LI u ; bj A WE HAVE .j 1 i 11 . v tor i tie oona. or iL 9 !2 t' ma e li i! $ ct A or Dotig SATURDAY LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SPECIAL SHOW. Vli, 'l be Popular Little Jl u" t'5 NOW PLAYING. &. A Laughing Farce MADAME DIPPY a lait.h i:vi:ky mimti:. Hear -Old Vrnr "3D Chinese (Jiil" and Pc causo I'm in I.oo With You." Mat.. Wed., Sat., Sun. Night Prices 10c 15e Matinees lUc New Colonial Tit Little FboU ThetJt Detail r;ials Cienigc. Tab loid Dramatic STOCK COMPANY. Now Playing I r 1 ki 1 L VI 7' 4. -v A1 n A itl 4 , 0 D Kentucky Sue 11 Matioee Daily. li inuo of P.ill Sundae o . v.. V 10-- n ur, in pitici s 10 .... , Spd::a.lit ir. Chrer.ia Z'.izzzn cf pltn and Wctr.. Ofiw lr. Turnp .Tuildini'. OrJ"$it p-;c:aa. - Kl A Laughing Farce kx M F . , TiiY NH'.VS-TIMES WANT ADS' DRY GOODS TRADE BETTER j Farwcll Company Reports Activity In I All Linos. CHICAGO, Nov. 20. The John V. j Farwell Co. in its weekly review of the ry poods trade says: j "Ileal Improvement la being: mar.!- fcted In wholesale do goods and Ren- ; eral merchandise business this week, j due to brisk cold weather. "Cotton and wool blankets, outlns ; flannels, mittens, hosiery, underweir, , comforters and other heavy lines ar active again in response to cold weather. Neckwear novelties for holiday selling are attracting consid erable nttentlcn and many orders aro being received." DonX Delay Treating Your Coush. A slight cough often becomes se rious. Lungs get congested. Bronchial Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality Is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It soothes your Irritated air pasages, loosens mucous and makes your svstem resist Coldr.. Give tho Ha'n- and Children Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It's guaranteed to help them. Only 25c. at your Druggist. Advt. SOME NEWS NOTES. Davies Laundry. Both phones. Dr. Stoeckley. dentist. 511 J. M. S. Dr. Lucas. -Dentist, J. M. S. Bldg. Advt. Tho Home of Good IMctures. OUR MUTUAL GIRL H O a Q O At tlio IMiotographers With Baby Lily. THE WAY OF LIFE A lesson taught by a romance of the underworld. "THE CHASM" A-father's rash act separates the lovers but the girl's clever ness brings happiness to all. Sc ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW. 5c 'J) 2C SUEPIISE SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT TODAY. T1 T7 u r rs e 1 V N ot Kide evere li and Dynamite my SATURDAY, NOV. 21th. MATINEE AND NIGHT. I'.rilliant revival of the faelnat Inr musical play 66 3n y me Hi 14 1 P reams 77 All the same, uonderful son hits with new costume ere -at Ion, clever fdnainjr and dancing company. M.atincc Orchestra $1, 75, 50, bal cony 75, 50; gallery, 25. i Prices night Orchestra, $1.50. j 1.00, 75; balcony, 75. 50; al i levy. 25. SCATS NOW. 114 W. WASHINGTON AVE, RED UNE TAXI SERVICE Home 5613. Bell f13-C7 Ilia 0 E $3.50 Values for $2.50 Pave a rollar on your Foot wear at the. S. B. $2.50 SAMPLE SHOE PARLORS. Up Stairs. 216 S. Micliigan St. Watch our Cae down Stairs for .Specials. I 1 hi as Theater Beautiful Dainty, Diminutive MARGUERITE H O a Q O H CLARK In a delightful performance of the Famous Players' 4-part subject, "WILDFLOWER" A child of the hills marries a younff man of wealth. They go to the city and trouble begins. A production .that charms as well as entertains. And there aro dramatic moments and tense situations. An excellent cast and a beautiful production. A Juvenile Comctly, "The Wall Between" Boy and girl lovers quarrel and then unite two older hearts that have been estranged. nox'T ixMtoirr Tin; pipe ORGAN. 1 liauy concerts. 10c; Continuous From 10c 9 a. m. to 11 p. ni. Como any time. T R Y"N E W S -T IME S W A N T ADS A two-part drama written and played by the members of the Yale University Dramatic asso ciation. A wonderful dramatic achievement. Taken from Henry W. Long fellow's poem. An excellent two-reel Edison. A splendid Keystone comedy. "Say, I'm the Scream of the Town Today." Given in two fine reels. n Starting Sunday Matinee For Three Days. A RIG FEATURE PHOTO DRAMA i t t i 1 mk In Flvo (5) Parts Featurlmr the Celebrated Actre LYDA BORELLI From the Famous French Hy Henry Hataillc. Novel H Matinees 10c; Evenings 10c, 20c. EYES examined; aad Hedaebe Rhiei without of Druj Ly j i e -!"-. - - - L E Di 0 fvl T R E E lit South M4aafca(i3f Optivio : Horn rLojf fi4 rUori. h: i uOUti iroiu V lv l ex.) in. hj Appoint- AC, F a he lir v . . y I Poor Children's Tres t71 I Nov. 23, 24f 25 8:15 P. M. 20 Elks1 Symphony Orchestra 20 A Musical Treat Mr. Jack Coker America's Premier Dancer, direct from "Castle House" New York, in a Cabaret En tertainment, assisted by Miss Jane Smith Miss Ruth Cohn Miss Katheryn Carlisle Mr. Norris Zigler Mr. Frank Bruggcner Mr. Kenneth Burkey Miss Dorothy Keegan Dice Brothers Quartet Mr. Roscoe Rhenbolt COUP AND COUP Acrobats. BELL AND CLAY The Black Duo. li MASTER JOE ALLARDT The Yiddish Boy. GUILFOYLE SISTERS In a Few Moments of Harmony." i i! "JACK" WILLIAMS Monologist. PROF. T. BURDICK FRANK Assbted by MISS GENEVIEVE CLEVELAND. WOLF SISTERS In "What Can You Do. BRITTON & BRITTON Up-lo-date VrcstUng. TICJCETS so ce'T? On SaJe ai AcIItr Brothrft and Livingston's. fsi nri "(p n fh o) is u li h y u iL CJaiistmas AUDI I ORIUBi.