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wr.nr.si.v, mxr.Mnnn 2. 1011 5 UL WITH ZAPATA OE FACTO POM y Spain Exacts Indemnification For Murder of Four Sub jectsMexican Leaders Redressing Other Wrongs. WAKHINT.TOX, Drc. J. This '.,v-ernrm-nt a.s shown Ly oi'i'iai iis patchcs pivc-n out to. lay is dealim; with Zapata as the new Ie facto power at the national capital of Mexico. Spain also rf-'ar.ls Zapata as the Ie facto power and has already , a,'-.'r-ssivo action exacted from him in tlt mnilicat i:i for the rm:rl-r of four of her subj'Cts upon the entry of Zapata'3 soldiers into the Mexican capital. 'tatc department ojficials. however, ftill regard the situation in Mexico City from an oj.timitic point if view. One of the ot.'icial statements 'iven out said the Zapatistas leaders were redressing wrnn's dune ),v their fol- lowcrs in the arly !ays of th ir uc- cupation. The action o rrrssivoly and si-rccssf ullv with Zapata the miinh-r of li r citizens is regarded here as of much iniiicanee and importance. c'y of State Hryar. ,;ravi- out todiy Ihe sukstance of a telegram from the Brazilian minister at Mexico i'ity, in which the minister says that there were "a few cases of robbery and vio lence by irresponsible Sands in the suburbs during the iirst few days of occupation by Zapataistas. These were against Mexbans and foreigners in discriminately, A me r leans included, but sueh ca.-es have )t m punished even with the execution of the culprit in rome instances." The Brazilian minister in his mes sage reeals "that property and funds were taken from the tramway com pany," but have been returned. The telegram states that Zapata arrived in Mexico i t y two days aim, but did not come to the national palace to re ceive a popular demonstration and "will start for l'ucbla to conduct fur ther military operations." (len. Angeles has arrived at Mexico City, where he awaits (Jen. Villa. The latter has published a general order Ku'arantcfint,' peace and that "wronjr will be punished with death." The "Brazilian minister says that "censor ship was abolished at Mexico City, but is very strict at Vera Cruz." Dr. C B. Hosier of Indianapolis is now associate, with Dr. Carson in the practice of Dentistry at . Mich. St., over Sax store, under the firm's name of Carson IN-sler. Advt. ELECTRIC CO. CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS Klection of olhVers for 1M. was effected at the meeting of the Indiana and Michigan Klectric club held Tues day evening, the oihciar.v. which are to bo installed on the lirst Tuesday night in January bein:;: Arthur Miehels, chairman; II. i i(to I'rabt. vice-chairman; Albert Zwerk. . secre tary; Kdward L. Senuell, treasurer. A talk on the future development of the club was given by Charles B. Calvert. Several social events, includ ing a series of smokers, card parties, lectures and dances, were planned for the winter. The elu! is planning to alliliate with the National Khetric Light as-toi-iation in Jnnuarv. shot ox n:ix. NEW Yo;K, Dee. 1. A! is JVssSe Dayton Willis wa .-truck in the tern- pie and seriously wounded by a bullet ! that crashed through a w indow (,f the j "Millionaires Special" on the Long; Inland railroad at AmityilK- Tuesday j evening, but she insisted on being-j taken to her own Ik. me. The psysi- ian said he w ill recover. e i V k f n ,4 f. f m r i i e 5 1 'v 7 - ..iCi'i!.? Best far CoMs Bronchitis, Asthma, all thro at and lung troubles. Builds new Strength. No alcohol or dangerous drusls. Guaranteed. - . - - v- : ; " . 9 Theaters AT Till: COLONIAL. - 1! .cejieni icaiure pictures are now brink' shown daily at the Colonial in addition to the three or more reels of shorter subjects that make up tho blmed program of this centrally lo cated and always popular motion pic ture playhouse. at Tin: sritnusn. An Paris pris" excellent two-reel feature of life will be shown at the .Sur .wv.fc i luiur1! 1 111; 1 1 ji liti, The story is laid in the Iatln ouarter iMiioni; the studios and concerns a beautiful model and her love affair with an artist. In many respects it resembles the recently featured film. "The Naked Truth" shown at tho Oliver and is a wonderful dramatic picture, splendidly acted. "The Two Thieves" tells an interesting story of a bank robber's efforts to save a jmod man's name from dishonor. It has many unique situations in it. at tin; mji:stic. Tho last performance of the "Crystal Cabaret" which includes sinK in and dancing specialties hj' all the- members of the Majestic musical stock company will be given tonight. The new hill for Thursday is en titled "The Mashers" and it is claimed to be even better than the musical farces which have preceded it. fea tured on the program are the spe cialties bv Lora Lorraine who will King, "I Want to Meet That Man." Ida Valdare has a special number. "When the Maple Leaves Are Falling." laldy Burns will please his many friends with one of his favorite selec tions in which he promises new sur prises. Oeorge Teats will sing, "They Don't Hesitate Any More." Walter Barshaw has a ragtime number. "When You're Down in Chattanooga." All of the principals will be. seen to good advantage and the chorus will appear early and often In the danc ing numbers. AT TUT. Al'IHTOUirM. Today's bill at the Auditorium in cludes : clever two-reel Edison en titled "A Question of Identity" fea turing Mabel Trunnclle and William West; "The Rocky Road of Love." a Vitagraph comedy with Flora Finch; "The Widow's Might," a Kalem com edy, and "The Perils of Pauline," which will close with the next episode to be shown two weeks from today. Tomorrow will bring "The Kiddle of the Green Umbrella," featuring Alice Joyce, who enacts the role of Madelyn Mack, a girl detective. hc assumes the task of solving the mysterious death of Prof. Helmar. The suspects are 1'ror. laovii ami uevnoius. suuura for the hand of Dorothy, the mur dered man's daughter. Madelyn soon discovers evidence which points to Ilevnolds as the murderer. How she runs the criminal to death and how Reynolds endeavors to indict a ter rible fate unon the detective brings this Picture to a startling climax. other oictures for tomorrow arc "All For Business." a Biograph drama; "C.ettincr to the Ball Game." an Edi son coined v; "The Heritage of Hamil ton Cleek" and the Pathe Dally News snvi-:. ki:vs to haldiute. If you want to see the most un usual play of this or any other sea son, iournev to the Oliver opera house Saturday matinee and night, Dec. :., where George M. Cohan's mys tery farce, "Seven Keys to Baldpate.' is to be presented. Fsinir the storv of the same name by Earl Derr Riggers for his founda tion, voung Mr. Cohan has constructed the only new thing in playwrlting that has been offered American playgoers in some years. There is a punch in every line of its dialogue and a vol lev of laughter following every punch. In producing "Seven Keys to Bald- u.-ite" Cohan has run the gamut of every human emotion. The weird manner o f introducing his characters, who one after another let themselves into a summer hotel that has been closed for the winter, all of them un der the impression that theirs is the onlv kev to the hostelry, the tangling of "the "plot, the exciting experience of the hero and heroine in their en deavors to outwit the adventuress, the rooked mayor, the scheming railroad magnate, the blackmailer, tne chief of police and an amateur detective, makes one of the most exciting even ing's entertainments imaginable. AT THi: OUIMIKUM. Final performances will be given to day at the Orpheum of the excellent vaudeville bill which includes Jesse Laskv's spectacular operatta. "Cali fornia." Vcnita Gould in imitations, Earle & Edwards in singing and talk ing comedy. Baldwin & Emerson, comedy jugglers and Dennis brothers, sensational acrobats. Beginning tomorrow the new week end bill will feature Olive Vail in new songs written exclusively for her. Miss Vail has had a successful career in musical comedy, being one of the favorite players in the days of the LaSalle Stock company in Chicago. She was featured in "The Time, the Place and the Girl." "The Girl Ques tion." "Miss Nobody From Starland" and' other popular comedies. Her vaudeville engagement has bee.-? very successful. ihc carries her own piano accompanist, introducing a program of songs that is exclusively her own. Hariin Knight v Co. will offer a com edy sketch entitled "The Chalk Line." Fields. Wtnehill & Green, known as the three nuts, are eccentric com tdians in a peculiar lino of entertain ment in which these clever actors will be seen at their best. Mizpha Selbini Co.. jugglers ami aeronais, ami cklev's animals complete the Mil. . i . . .1 "LION or vi:nick." Travelers, lovers of history, students of literature and all classes of photo play enthusiasts will delight in the new George Kleine production. "The Lion of Venice" to be shown at the Auditorium theater Friday. Dec. 4. "The Lion of Venice" will make a unique addition to the former Kleine successes of "Quo Vadis?" "Anthony and Cleopatra" and "The Iist Days of Pompeii." It is entirely different in theme ami execution and offers in lieu of the military existence of tho earlv Romans ami the voluptuous so cial life of Pompeii, a glimpse into fifteenth century Venice when that fair city was the world's reigning naval rower, and the root from which spranc nnuh of the romantic stories of Italian literature. The story throbs with interest. Ab-.ut the lazy canals, the sombre r i;;nr.ls of thi Doges, the gay life in the higher circles of the city, the passionate loe tab of Capt. Rlenzi ami his sweetheart Bianca. races with su-Mained interest to the battleground of the Adriatic where three big fleets representing enice. erf ul land of p!rat-s strew lead the ami water with bodi the wreckage of In "The Lb-n s of th war shi; s. of Venice George Kleine has added a new triumph. The views of the beautiful Dalian city are enough in themselves to make the BUTCHERS PRESENT MEAT PROJECTILE TO ARMY b f "' r .-. ' . V J .- - - ' ' - , v' . , " . X A 42-centimetre shell, a gift to union of Berlin, consisting of ham, front. photoplay famous throughout Amer ica if the superb acting and enchant ing story were not there. at Tin: lasalli:. Clara Kimball Young is the fea tured player at the EaSalle today. S;he will be seen in a mysterious drama, "Lola" in which she plays the title role. It is a story of a doctor's efforts to invent an electrical machine that will restore life. He experiments on his own daughter and the result is astounding. Also on the same pro gram will be seen a short comedy drama entitled "The Folly of Anne," relating the experiences of a young girl in New York city who attempts o write for magazines and failing be comes desperate. She finally holds up a young publisher at the point of a cun and compells him to read her ptory. Thus begins a romance which makes Anne's career a double success. "The Shoemaker's Eleventh" has to do with a poor workman who has nearly a dozen children. The last one, nowever, nrings mm iuck auer; many amusing complications. One of the features just secured for the Ta- j .Salle next week is the famous actor, : John Rarrymore in his famous com edy film success, "The .Man From Mexico" l LODGES ELECT OFFICERS Various Organizations Select New- jLcadcrs For Year. Joint roll call of the Crusade lodge, No. 14, K. of P.. and Moonlight tem ple. Pythian Sisters, was held last night in Castle hall. Tho evening was featured by the large number present, there being more than 350 members in attendance, nearly the entire enrollment. Floyd Deahl gave a talk on the sub ject "Pythianism," in which he point ed out the good of the order and the object of it. J. Q. Ames of the Y. M. C. A. gave an impromptu talk along the same lines. Toastmaster John Dellaven proved to be the best that the lodge has had for some time. Music was an important feature of the evening. A committee of one delegate from each lodge of this district met after the entertainment and decided to have the district meeting, that is to be held each year, at Plymouth some time in March of next year. A pool and billiard tournament will begin in the near future, to be given by the K. of P. lodge, at which time a number of prizes will be awarded to winners in the contest. More than 7 5 men have entered for the contest. Following the evening's program a luncheon was served, consisting of ice cream and cake, coffee and dough nuts and cigars. A social and entertainment was given by the Schuyler Rebekah lodge. No. ,,S, I. O. O. F., Tuesday evening in the Odd Fellows hall. The entertainment consisted of a violin solo by Clarence Rex; reading by Mrs. M. Armstrong: reading by Mrs. M. Drew; piano solo. Miss Junita Read; violin solo. Mrs. Holstine; vocal solo, II. W. Smily, and a vocal solo by Prof. Griffith. An informal social was held after the entertainment and re freshments were served later. Election of officers took place at the Red Men hall Tuesday evening by the Montauk tribe. No. 420. I. O. O. R. M. The oflicers elected were as follows: Albert Perlick, prophet; Charles ! Schleehauf, sachem; Bert Crofoot. senior sagamon; H. W. Rust, junior sagamon; George Connor, trustee; M. H. Eward. chief of records; H. C. Martin, keeper of wampum. Oflicers of the Montauk hayloft. No. 4 26. of the same order, were elected as follows: Charles Mulhaupp, chief haymaker: II. YV. Van Rusk irk. as sistant haymaker; John Smith, over seer: Clifford Hyatt. keeper of bundles, and S. L. Smith, trustee. The warriors degree was conferred upon three candidates after the elec tion. The largest meeting that has been held bv th South Bend court No. There is Only One To Cot Tho GENUINE, Used Tho World Over to Whenever you feel a cold coming on think of the full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for this signature on the box. Price 25 cents. V :-'.l'i!Y: A -Te. "sv "C V "'I- ?jrA rti.?it; - i-'Yi. tfj H - ? - ' - r j.'v ' - . y: --.-':r-. - ..... i Hrr?:r:r-v-ymw y . . . - t th e German army from the Butchers' sausage and bacon, for the boys at tho 11 was held last night at the Eagles' hall when election of ollicers took place. Lillian Oltsch was elected scribe, "William Bertch. chief; Ina Esken. teacher; S. C. Titton, keeper of trib ute; Hugh Oltsch, judge; Clint Creist, captain; Steven Clark, guide; Emma Creist. inner gate keeper, and Helen Stryter. outer gate keeper. After the meeting a banquet was given by the lodge at Kablc's, plates being laid for 75. Election of officers took place at the Masonic temple. Tuesday evening, by the South Bend commandery No. !o, K. T. The ollicers elected were as follows: R. G. Page, eminent com mander; J. W. Shidler, generalissi mo; Paul Prass, captain general; Samuel T. Applegate, treasurer; F. M. Boone, reporter; AV. H. Swintz and John Swygart, trustees, and A. A. Koble. sentinel. E. J. Harrison is the past eminent commander. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS From th Records of the Indiana Title & Loan Co. Brought forward, $1SC,7S0.47. Fredrick V. Reorder and wife to Asa L. Shidler and Mary E. .Shidler, a tract of land in Union township, $500. M. V. Reiger Realty Co. to Vincent Brunner, lot :o5 Reiger Farm fifth ad dition, $1. Don't Publish, $2. Don't Publish, ?2. Aloysius M. Schmitt to Anna IL Giles, lot 76, Reiger Farm addition, $l,S0O. Eewis R. Hugh and wife to Frifon Van De Vierre. nart lot 1009. laSalle rark. $270. Gabriel It. Summers and wife and "William A. Mclnerny and wife to Frank Nowak and wife, lot 1, Rimer Place addition, $900. Rebecca S. Koontz et al. to Tho tate Rank of Walkerton, lot 20, O. P. Walkerton. $1,500. John C. Vanatta and wife and Oscar C. Shockney and wife to Guy II. Mc Laughlin, lot Vanatta and Chock ney's addition to Walkerton. $250. Otis A. Gerhart to Mary C. Railey, lots 21 and 22, Fairview subdivision, 1. Don't Publish, William 1. Kizer and wife and Ja cob Woolverton and wife to Kizer fc Woolverton Corp., lots 14, 15 and 10, Kirby's subdivision of R. O. Lot 8.,; part lots 09 and 70 and lot 79, O. p. South Bend city; part lots 17 and 18 and 2 5S, o. P. outh Rend, $1. River Park 11 nd & Improvement Co. to John B. Witwer. lot 1P.7, second addition to River Park, $2$25. Garnet Hupp Pine to Charles A. Wright, lot 1. Garnet Hupp Pine's sub division to Lakcville, $125. Don't Publish, $2,00o. South Rend Iind Co. to Adna Sher wood and wife, lot 2 01, Rerner Grove second addition, $:;,)0. Mrs. Caroline Brunner Grzesk and husband to Samuel R. Nichols, part lot 60, Strong's second addition to Mishawaka. $4:0. Leslie C. Whitcomb and wife to Fred W. Keller and wife to Louise E. Veneziani and wife, a tract of land in Portage township, $C0u. Don't Publish. $2. Don't Publish. $2,000. Edward s. Swanson. sher. to Edward Rargan. part lot 4, Cottrell's third ad dition. $57 5. Frederick Von P. ergon and wife to William N. Rergan, part lot 4, Coquil lard's first addition. $4,000. Nicholas Rlake and w.fe to Charles Weidler. lot 10. J. J. Engledrum's lirst addition. $0 50. Total for November, 1914, $20:, 217.47. Total for November, 1910, $4 12, ."01.50. INDLOCAPOLIS, Dec. 2. Otto Rurgman of Iygansport. Ind.. Tues day appeared before Coroner Durham and claimed the body of his brother. Charles W. found dead dav night. 010 1-2 W. to the body. Rurgman. 45, who was in the Bates hotel Mon Mrs. Lottie Rurgman. Walnut st.. waived claim 99 A : 'i i Call For Tho Full Hamo QMBBdBBd Cure a Cold in Ono Day SINCE PIGS ARE SAFE WANTS HELP FOR BABIES Physician Sooro I. S. ivr Showing .More Interest in Live StKk Thau Human Itait. CHICAGO, Dec. 2. "Now that the nigs are safe, let us do something o save the babies of this country." said Dr. Herman Spaulding of the city health department, tonight, in an ad dress at the health cxhil i;ion at the City club in a plea for a national board of health. . "If the United States government took as good care of its babies as it does of its hogs, the death rate of the nation would be materially re duced." continued Dr. Spauiding. "We should have a national board ;f health to supply information to the people that will be useful in prevent ing diseases and savins: human lives, as similar information from the bu reau of agriculture now 1? us.-ful in saving the lives of hogs and cattle. "We ought to have a special med ical instructor in every school to gie children special courses in disease and its prevention. It would be far more beneficial than th teaching of physiology. We have enough knowl edge now to wipe out ever' infectious disease from the face of the earth if that knowledge was properlv ap plied." TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS n. . KEITH VAUDEVILLE OF QUALITY r-. ri 1 M 5 THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY. OLIVE VAIL Late Prima Donna of "Miss Nobody From Starland In New Songs. HARLIN KNIGHT & CO. FIELDS, WINEHALL Comedy Sketch, & GREEN "The Chalk Line." "The Three Nuts." MIZPHA SELBINI & CO. BUCKLEY'S ANIMALS Jugglers, Dancers and The Last Word in Acrobats. Animal Training. Evenings 7:30-9:00 Matinees 2:30. PRICES 10c, ISc, 25c. MONDAY New Vaudeville L9 3C J t'TrT't -Tuf ,r'--s:-r-"i;'r iH i" '"A'S -iJIL"JI-'l!r"M-jll!t "llff "" 1 1 ." " i ' 1 1 1 i i i o o fr" f y 118 S. MICHIGAN ST. 'h , . . - .i : !LJ. m . rl I w4 Mm sh- kirn h N TRACTIVE Jfe Prices. X IH t.- S SHOW P(7 i I 5 I H i I t ml i w ' f ' F ! m VI 8 I) K P M r m m EXCLUSIVE FEATURE FILMS AND M I fei daily. m Li D m SEE YOUR FILM fT U fS FAVORITES TODAY. ; THat Popular Little House Permanent Musical Comedy Stock Co. BEGINNING THURSDAY The Hilarious Musical Hurricane "THE MASHERS" ' 100 Minutes of Whirly Girly Fun and Frolic. Hear the Bi? Song Hits: "When the Maple Leaves Are Falling," "When You're Down in Chattanooga," "They Don't Hesitate Any More," etc. New Chorus ErTects and Dancing Numbers. &3 15 PEOPLE-MOSTLY GIRLS 15 Bill Changed Sunday and Thursday. Friday Night Amateur Night. Prices Even'g 10c. 15c. Matinee, all seats 10c rji in ...... '3r44 TO HANG ONE AT A TIME Siv to Swlii- 1 . 1 ;u Phoenix. Arizona. PI I O EN IX, Ariz.. Dec. 2. "Hang1 them one at a time," w.s the word sent by the board of control Tuesday ; to R. p.. Sims, warden of the peni- tentiary. The hoard rtfus-ed to rav.t a permit for a special s. a::"ol. f-.r the harming bee on Dec. : and r -;ected an offer from J. F. Kalian of Cheyenne. Wyo., to e'nstr :u t a seaf- fold on which all the m n v.oul 1 spring their own traps at the ame moment. Gov. Hunt had said tht th- scaf- fold in the jail yard, the onlv id o where it could be placed under the law. would have an undesirable -f : t t on the other prisoners. The list to hang on Dec. 1 was re- j dueed Wednesday to six. when the( governor was noticed that live of ihej' condemned men had su ree,i u m cettinc applications for new trials lie fore the supreme cour. vi:i)iic. called orr. NEW YORK, Doc. ?. Announce ment has been made that the wed ding of Miss Helen Rlairden Rub daughter of Mrs. Frank L. Stratton of New York, and Frederick Beck Pat terson, only son of John 11. Patter-j J son of the National Cash Register i j company of Dayton. 'M;io, has been J -; "indefinitely postpned." if, TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS;!:-; f! i tr m In u Cnnsiinnvin?) jjr.nfUrhr Dr. Cliasc's Liver Tahlclj -'. I' y t . : .! i - ; , .rt - - - . . . LsrKC toi enounli !o list a month. 25t. Dr. CLe Co.. 211 N. 11th X'hitaJ i j, VII I lO I I T C ' IN A CLASS BY ITS ELF GROUND FLOOR SAFE- CON V EN IE m T 0 D A Y Clara Kimball Ynun.; in ) en I a i (ireat licirt Stor "LOLA As the dauuhtir of a T 0 D A Y ! ' i diH'tor who i working mi an idectrii'al imention t n'-toiv lift she plajs a remarkable liara'tcr. winning smpaCh.v ami admiration. 4-THE FOLLY OF ANNE" The struggles f an nnuc cesful writer who wins fame in a Hi tiliar way. "THE SHOEMAKER'S ELEVENTH"' A roaring IWx nm(Hly. Friday. IaId IRuni himself In lil3 great racing play, "HIS LAST DOLLAR," Coming John Ilarnniore in "Till: MAY I IIOM 'mi:k om iii:aii tiii: pjpi: oih.a.v. ( i ; .4 Continuotm IYom be ? 10c i . in. to 1 1 p. ni. mio any time. U1F1ISE Tho Homo of Good lectures. , "THE FRIEND' h I; o d A strm two-rN'l olTcr- Qinir of an artist and his modtd. A companion nicture to Tin aUo Truth.'"' socn at tin -i Oliver. j it ((TLIC TWTn rriJTT7rT7C How a hank roidn r .-al tli honor of a man. ALWAYS A (iOOl) SHOW. 5c i 3Z IS TEE (OLIVER ORDER YOUR SEATS NOW BY MAIL. They arc in great demand. i lii!lij)iFa'ij!l Matinee 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Night Prices 25c, 50c, 75c 51.00 and $1.50. lery Uy a 'miov: I.'xcry Day a Drama: I!cry Day a jNi ial; r.-ry Day tl- lo t Dic-tur- Moiiov ("an Iin. "A QUESTION OF IDENTITY" A two-reel l"lion with Main He nunnello ami Willi.im i "THE ROCKY ROAD OF LOVE" Yitairrai'Ji khih-iIv with I "lora I "ineli. "THE WIDOW'S MIGHT" A Kalem emioiD'. "THE PERILS OF PAULINE" ov Hearing the i:l. -o -e' her 'raiul lini-!i. MiK on nion alter thi rie-. THURSDAY "THE RIDDLE OF THE GREEN UMBRELLA" A two act eteetie -lory leatniin ALII I i .1 1 1 . FRIDAY Take a triji with u t Venice "THE LION OF VENICE" Witli it- iM-aiitiful mi iii'i v.