s.vrcnn.w, .tantauy in, loir.
GERMAffS GAINING 111
BUM'S FIFTH STAGE
tures Florence LaBadie. late star in
"The Million Dollar Mystery" in a
new drama of society life, "Under
False Color?," "Ambition" a two reel
story of the vaudeville stage is a nov
elty. "The Hermit's Secret' is an in
teresting dramatic picture and "The
Villago Postmaster." a Joker comedy
will be found amusing.
On Sunday the opening chapters of
CJeorKo Randolph Chester's new t-e-rial,
"Runaway June" may be read
in the columns of the News-Times and
seen the same day, on the screen of
the Lasalle in connection with a most
interesting and varied program.
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture
Resumption of Offensive at
Soissons Under Kaiser's Di
rection Meets Success.
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
LONDON. Jan. 1C The fifth pta
of the conflict in the western thtior
of wa i;s now well under way ami the
n v.nta'o apparently lies witli the
Gt rmans. This i.i A dmitted v( n by
the Untiiih military experts, who ac
knowledged today that the Kains made
ly tho Germans about Soissons were
tho most important that had been
realized by cither Fide in many weeks.
Tno various stages that have maik
cd the campaign in tho past and the
one now under way are:
1 Tho German advance upon
2 Tho defeat of the Germans at
tho Marno and their retreat to the
3 Tho battles of tho Alsne and of
Flanders, In which the allies re
pulsed tho German attacks.
4 Taking up of tho offensive by
the allies in Flanders alon the Alsno
and in Alsace, resulting in small gains
by tho attacking force-3 before they
5 Resumption of the German of
fensive under tho leadership of Emp
eror William and tho German general
staff at Soissons.
The temporary success of tho Ger
mans cannot bo maintained, the mil
itary' critics of London declare. They
point oat that the Pritish forces now
on the continent are being constantly
augmented and that these fresh forces
will bo ablo to withstand tho German
assaults. According to tho best in
formation there will be C'0,000 Brit
ish troops thoroughly tiained. In
France and Flanders by tho end of
the rlack sileeiv
Tho Black Sheep", a two-act
Kalem with Tom Mooro and Margaret
Courtot;; "Patsy Bolivar at School",
a Lubin comedy; Pathe daily news;
"Tho Way Homo", a Biograph drama,
and "Tho Escape on the Limited", fea
turing Helen Holmes, are being shown
at tho Auditorium today.
Tomorrow's bill will include "Tho
Crimson Moth", a two reel Biograph;
"Lovo, Oil and Grease", a Marshall
Neilan comedy, featuring Marshall
Neilan and Ruth Noland; "Lassoing a
Lion", a Sellg Jungle-zoo drama, fea
turing Thomaa Santchl and Bessio
Fyton; "Forcing Dad's Consent", a
Vitagraph comedy with Billy Quirk
and Constanco Talmadgo and "Tho
Girl Telegrapher's Peril", an eplsodo
of tho "Hazards of Helen" railroad se
ries, featuring Helen Holmes. Tho
hazards encounterod by Miss Holmes
stamps her as tho bravest and nerviest
girl in motion pictures, Sho actually
dives off a high bridge Into a swiftly
running river, barely in timo to avoid
the cow-catcher of a hugo locomotive,
to savo the life, of a thrco-year-old
child. Tho father of this child, a wid
ower, falld In lovo with Helen, but
as in tho preceding episodes, she has
not yet mot the man sho is to marry.
nrn ulije btup."
The six dances which form a part of
the effects in Maeterlinck's "Tho Blue
Bird" aro symbolical and unusual.
Flfty-ono persons tako part.
Tho oponing movement in "Tho
TTluo Bird" Is Tho Danco of the
Hours", in which 12 maidens appear.
This Is followed by tho d .-nee of Fire
and Water In the same sroDne. In tho
third Kceno of tho samo part nine
Mist-Maidens danco whilo Tyltyl and
Mytyl. tho littlo children in search of
tho "bluo bird", pass through tho Land
Tho oddest dance i that taken rart
In by Bread and four Small Loaves,
and ono of tho most energetic is that
of all tho characters when, free to
poak for tho first time, they express
their delight in individual movements.
In this Fcene, Fire. Water. Light, Cat,
rog. Milk and other less Important
characters take part. Possibly tho
mot picturesque number Is that of
the dance of the Stars. Perfumes, Fire
Flics. "Will-o'-the-wisps and Iews
during the night scene.
Kliott Schrnek. formerly the Xew
Theater's musical director, arranged
tho music almost entirely from tho
works of Debussy, w ho wrote the seore
for Maeterlinck's "Pellens et Melis
ande". However, a Christmas carol
and fnrae children's dances wero
chosen from a collection of old French
tunes. A beautiful melody is employ
ed for tho song of the. waiting moth
ers and a gentle lullaKv for the sceno
in which tho sleeping children appear.
"The Danco of the Stars", "Tho Danco
of the Mist-Maidens" and the Incanta
tion sceno are all reflected in tho mu
ido, "Tho Blue Bird will bo presented at
tho Oliver Monday and Tuesday even
ings and Tuesday matinee.
at Tin: orpiiefm.
Tho Orphoum will repeat again to
day tho excellent bill that has pleas
ed so many tho past two days. Mar
tha Russell anil Patrick Calhoun have
scored decidedly in the clever vaude-
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
JAN. 18 and 19.
GATiA MATINEE TUESDAY.
THE MESSES. SHUliERT
m TTiin.ics wonderful
D iver Theater
i ' ' ' - - - - - 1 1 j
The M.'u.tXM) ov York iroduetlon
and Original ComKiny of 100.
A PLAY OF HAIT1MS.
A FAIRY FANTASY.
DRAMA COM I'D Y Ml SIC
D AN CI IS S PI X TACL1 1
PRICES -Jae to $i.r.o.
Matint Prioes for s IimI children:
Orchestra M.dil, Balcony ode.
SEAT SALi: THURSDAY.
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
luncheon, tea and
dinner. 10 cents. ' .
Prince of appetizera!
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every
where. Say Zu Zu to
the grocer man, 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that name
villo novelty, "Types of Stagehand."
Fred Sosman has won many friends
with his new repertoire of snappy
comedy songs. Barnes and Robinson
entertain with personal repartee and
songs and the two Glocers furnJsh
entertainment and amusement with
their novel water juggling act. Tho
"Three Dusty Roads," tramp comedi
ans and acrobats close the show with
their whirlwind act.
AT TIIK MAJFSTTC.
Final performances will be given at
tho Majestic today of "O'Toole's
Courtship," a rollicking Irish farco
with numerous singing and dancing
specialties. All of the principals havo
congenial parts and the up to the min
ute songs please Immensely. Among
tho latter are "Who's Afraid of You."
"When Yankee Doodlo Cornea to
Town." and "Big. Bluo Eyed Baby."
AT TIIF IjuVSALLF.
The Lasalle's program today fea-
Southwest Corner Mlchiran
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
O R P H E U SVi
Monday Night 8 O'clock.
COME AND BRING THE LADIES.
216 N. Michigan St.
Upstairs next door to Orpheum.
AT Tim SURPRISE.
The Surprise shows today a drama
of adventure under the sea, "The Sub
marine Spy" with a thrilling rescue
of a drowning crew realistically Aq
turcd. "Brass Buttons," shows how
girls do love a uniform whether it be
worn by soldier, fireman or policeman
and the complications are amusing.
AT TIIK COLONIAL.
"The Old Maid" an Interesting and
at times pathetic story of a maiden
lady's sacrifices will be unreeled in
an interesting manner at the Colonial
today. It is in two parts. Also there
will be shown a laughable comedy.
"Wild West Iiove," the character of
which is indicated plainly by the title.
SAY WIVES LEFT THEM
Otto Szalay and H. L. Price Petition
Otto Szalay has petitioned the su
perior court to grant him a divoice
from Anna Szalav on the grounds
that she has deserted him. He says
that they were married in June, 1912,
and that his wife left him in October
of the same year declaring that she
did not love him and refusing to ac
cept aid for herself or her child.
H. Lewis Price petitions tho same
court to grant him a divorce from
Lillian Price on tho same grounds. He
says that they wero married in Jan
uary, 190 7, and that his wife left him
in April of the same year.
SEEKS TO BE GUARDIAN
Lmluika Witucki Asks Court For
Care of Grandson.
Ludwika Witucki. as grandmother
of Sylvester Kubiak, has petitioned the
circuit court to remove Francis Pin
kowski, aunt of Sylvester, as guardi
an of the boy. The petitioner alleges
hat the boy's father had desired that
she have full control of him and she
says that she is better able to care
for him than is his aunt. Tho latter
has just filed a petition also to have
Joseph Wypiszynskl removed as ad
ministrator of the estate in her favor
as she is a relative of the decedent.
CITY'S THIRD MISSION
TO BE OPENED TONIGHT
One of the Men AVho Was Convert ed
at liist Side Mission Will Be
Placed In Charge.
South Bend's third mission will open
tonight and it will be in charge of tho
men who have been converted through
tho efforts of the first city mission,
the one established on W. Lasalle av.
The new mission will be located at
1305 W. Washington av., and tho
penny lunch counter will be one of tho
features. Nightly meetings will bo
held at 7:30 o'clock. Work of fitting
up the mission is about completed and
it is expected to be ready by 6 o'clock
Whilo .Rev. A. G. Schafer, who has
charge of the east sldo mission will
.be tho nominal head, the real work of
directing tho mission will be in charge
of Jack McCalpin. hailing from Can
ada, who went to the east side mis
sion some weeks ago and was con
verted. STORE PLAN DISCUSSED
No Definite Action is Taken at Labor
Discussion of the proposed work
ingmen's cooperative store took
place at a meeting of the Central La
bor union, presided over by President
Harvey Hager, held at the union
headquarters last nicht. K. K. Gard
ener, chairman of the Labor Forward
St. auid Jefferson IUvl.
- J " -
E. J. Waters, Mgr.
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movement gave a short talk followed
by an address by Mr. Davis of the
workingman cooperative store at In
dianapolis. Mr. Davis explained the
workings of the store there and of tho
possibilities of sueh a concern in South
Bend. James Palmateer and Mrs. W.
K. Miller also spoke on the subject of
the proposed establishment.
LOCAL BOY IS ON TEAM
(ieorge V. Omaeht of this city is a
member of the debating team selected
to represent Indiana university in its
debate with Depauw university. He
will be one of the debaters on the af
firmative side on the question, "The
initiative and Referendum for Indi
ana". The othe members of the
team are, H. W. Young, H. J. Gill and
A. J. Stevenson.
Louis Suiadecki. 21, riveter; An
gela Nowak, 2 0, shirt worker.
"THE BLACK SHEEP"
Two act Kalem with Tom
Moon and Margaret
PATHE DAILY NEWS
"THE WAY HOME"
"THE ESCAPE ON THE
Railroad Series, featuring
The Home of Good Pictures.
"The Submarine .
UJ Detailing tho heroic
O rescue of a crtnv on a
after tliey are iven up
for lo-t. Very exciting 2 reels.
Slum-ins how a uniform always
appeals to the girls.
The I'opulir Little ltout
A Jollv IrKh I-'nrce
Full of inn and rap
ital soii numbers.
Listen to "Big Bluo
Kyed Baby.", "Wlien
Vankeo I)ooHe Came to
Town," "Good Sliip
Nancy Io' Specialties
and lasslc daiKTs.
3Iatines Daily Fxcopt
Night lriccs 10c 13c
Children. Sat. Mat. 5c.
Tit Little Photo Theatre DeLaxt
"The Old Maid"
Amusing, patliotio and
Full of heart interest
ami a page from real
5c Admission 5c
IN A CLASS BY ITSELF
GROUND FLOOR SAFE CONVENIENT
T Florence LaBadie's T
0 First appearance since 0
D The Million Dollar JJ
Mystery', In a new two-
Y reel drama, Y
'UNDER FALSE COLORS'
She plays a simple country
sirl out of Iter element in so
Two reels of fascinating inter
est concerning a girl in vaude
ville. "THF HFTLMTFS SFCUITr
A tale of mystery and tin usual
Till: VILLAGE POSTMASTER
A Joker comedy full of good,
clean fun. picturing life in a
small town, by hickory.
SUNDAY GFOHGE RAN
DOLPH CHESTER'S great ser
ial story, RUNAWAY JUNE
Don't fail to see the owning
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awav from every saloon, young men and v,';:icn v 1 1 I r."t ntr Xh: 5a
loon and ho roMel of th-ir eharnttor, thr-ir vitality mhI th-ir live?.
Thr drinks hanif-il out in the s iloon cont.iin 1 1 - i...:-mT!.. is h;t.it-frmirv
rinn' i.h.nhh Th(-sf drinks Inflame
power of self-eontrol, tlius oj.'nintr uj tli- w.iv to a rnir. l Thrrt a
coholic beverages injure the fat-like c-'.uin-r of ih- r;er 1!- and t:h-r
and thus keep the brain and r.'-rve centers from oritrolhug the n(tinK.
Alcoholic drinks, .such as beer, wine and ; hisky. aro d ath rniv i drinl
They irritate; the. stomach, weaken its action, dilute tl.- d i -st i j
make foods indigestible, retard digestion, hard'-n t i i lir. ent r t!ie ,.,
htreani and paralyze the mus'-les. V and rem mber t! al ' ti mo.jerat
drinking does all this to a greater -b -rree ihar; o- ,-a.-:on;iI d-l au- he--. A s
the doctor? about it. Bead the pnp-r artbbs.
lie not deceived by the outward,
all "Touch Saloons" and keep away from th m-mi-trs of the firmly vi
mix and hand out their deadly drink..
Special Suit Sale Now On.
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