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Several Interesting Papers Are
Read Press is Usually on
Right Side of Public Ques
tions, Says Mrs. Hopkins.
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7-T":;1mv ;i ftrrn'Min -'-.'.v thr ojif-nint?
of tlu- S'L. Ji.stj.ii county Worn ns
Christian Trm" ranee union, an -n-thusiaMic
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V. W. C. A.. :;ttfnIfl !.y U locates
t'r-m all j.ir.- of tho :mty. arul ;i
Litkv luimhf r of ::o rn'crs ii.'ul friend.-
of tlifi lor;il union.
Mrs. II. Hallmark, mtinty pro?i
dnt, mafic the. ripening ;il!rvys. in
lurh shf e ;pla i n-l thf jnirp-'iso of
th' institute ami wclrnmod tlu vis
itors to South K'Ti'l. Mrs. f'ulla
Va hinder, statn president, responded.
Two excellent papers were deliver
ed. lntertini,' dis'us.sions following
farh ;iddr's. Mr. ('harks Ilapkina
KjKM.c on "The Pres.-. An Kdur.ttor,"
tilling Ijo'v Kreatlj' the- eai:se of t'-m-peranc
has been ai'Vi y articles
. unci editorials puMisiied in news
papers and niatrazine.-. She also em
phasized ih immense influent wield
ed hy the pnldic pr-. This influence,
she stated, is visually on the riht
aide of puMic que:tions.
"How May ur Literature Depart
ment Proe .More Infective." was tho
subject liscus;--d by Mrs. Ada Uarn
h.tri. The speaker explained the
Kipantic system of temperance ad
.rtisinic ruiuluctod ly the W. C. T.
I. through its many tracts (ind
pamphlets.
In the round table discussion that;
followed. in;i.ny of the members spoke
'on the. influence for war or for peace
that can be exerted by the mothers of
.America and. other countries. it was
mi priest ed that the possibility of war
ould be lessened by teaching every
mother to instill the love of peace
Into the minds of the children.
The teachers in tho public schools,
it was rted, Fhotild teach peace as
much as possible. They should cease
to foster the soldier ambition on the
parts of the school children, training
the children to bo statesmen rather
than generals. and jjood citizens
rather than kkI soldiers.
A vocal duet was rendered at the
afternoon session by Miss Marjory
"Whitcomb .-tnil Miss Jessie (iillis.
DRILL TEAM WILL APPEAR
hK'fiaI lce(imr of Colfax C;uni, Mf.
V. A., Set for Nct .Monday.
Pan cm? and card playing featured
the even me: at ttie Mofiern Woodmen
lull lat niht at t he entertainment
driven by the Colfax camp. Xo. 3306,
31. W. A. I'avors were won at cards
by Mrs. G. Stoudt and . V. Xoisom.
Orchestra music was furnished by the
Housekeeper's orchestra. Arrange
ments were made for an entertain
ment to be iven by the drill team of
the camp next Monday evening when
the team will put on exhibition work.
.A class of cii;ht candidates will be
initiated, and a number of applica
tions ill be acted upon. A musical
nid literarv program will be rendered
!by members of the camp, and tho
evening will be onipkted with rc
3reshments and cigars.
CHURCH SOCIETY MEETS
niepotts An- ;itoii at Meeting nt
(tuimv St. Haptist.
Iteports from the arioiis j'ommit
1f,v of the Vounu" People's soiiety of
tile tuincy Street Uaptist hureh were
Kiven last niht at the regular month
3y business meeting held at the
hureh. After the business session re
freshments were served and a social
Jiour was spent when a short program
consisting of both vocal and instru
Juental mn-qc was given by members
'f the club.
Automobile Owners -Our specialty
i the correction of ignition troubles.
2f your cnin' runs irregularly, bring
your car to our shop. Vistula :iv. and
Sample Ft., as the doctors say, con-
t-'iltation free.
The Knoblork-Heideman Mfg. Co.
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You will understand
why spaghetti is the
national Italian dish
when you try
I- u Liz?
COORIO RtAOY TO f KRVS
It is made by an Italian
chef in the real Italian
way with a sauce that
has never been equalled
outside of the best
Italian restaurants.
If this cold print could give
you but a hint of its irre
sistible flavor, nothing
would prevent you from
bavins it at your next
meal.
Try a can at our ri$k and be
convinced of its goodness. Monty
refunded if you do not like it.
On sale everywhere.
H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
57 Varieties
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Tin: cam, i-miom i taii."
Musical Comed.v raised to the nth
power (meaning by that girls, songs,
dances and almost total absence of
plot) with three stars, was presented
before a capacity house at the Oliver
last night when Julia Sanderson, Don
ald Urian and Joseph Cawthorn gave
"The Girl from Utah." It is accurate
to say that the three stars presented
the play, for seldom hns more suc
cess crowned the efforts of writer and
producer to give all the opportunity
to the stars. Or perhaps it was the
Lack of opportunity for any one, that
made tho stars stand out the more.
-The Girl I'rorn Utah" might right
ly ie termed a "conglomerate" pro
duction. To begin with there is a
prologue. It is not given such an
austere name but it is the same
never he less. That in itself is an in
novation for musical comedy. If
there is a plot it defies the most skill
ful analysis. From fairy tale to bur
lesque of the movies it runs the
gamut, a typical variety show.
After all there is no reason to com
plain cf the piece. The pkiers were
enough. Miss Sanderson. beautiful
and graceful, nances exceedingly well
beside her partner and at times makes
one forget her voice. Mr. Hrian, lithe,
straight and handsome and wonder
fully "light on his feet." also cap
tured tho audience with his grace.
Urian is really a satisfying dancer.
Joseph Cawthorn was left a great
deal to his own resources in provid
ing the comedy, and he sue ceded ad
mirably. Originality combined with
distinctive Cawthorn style, brought
down the house.
There were one or two song hits;
tho rest of the music was indifferent,
some of it less than that. Of the re
maining principals, but one deserves
mention, uenee itcei, as Clancy, tier
eccentric whirlwind dancing merited
the appreciation which itelicited.
AT Tin: OIUMIITM.
The last act on the present hill at
the Orpheum is the one that will be
mentioned first by those that attend.
It is mentioned on the program as
Stan Stanley, the bounding fellow and
his relatives, and the impression is
obtained that it is an acrobatic act.
While there is some bouncing done in
a comical manner by Mr. Stanley and
a young woman assistant who uses a
trampoline net cleverly, it is the odd
opening, that attracts attention and
holds the interest. Working from the
audience, two of the characters pro
duce real comeely and many hearty
laughs and most of the act takes place
before the stage work begins. Stan
lev should be given credit for a nov
elty. "Hie Saxophone sextet earned a half
a dozen bows and a hearty encore with
their lively performance. Most folks
would have enjoyed the act even more
if they had played continually and not
stopped so often to allow the comedian
to execute some harmless fooling.
Princess Kalarmw and her guitar
accompanist, M. Kao. deserve a better
position than opening for the native
songs, wierd music and whirlwind
hula hula dance of the princess is dif
ferent from tho usual vaudeville offer
in". Jarvis and Harrison have a flirting
sketch neatly done which contains
some bright lines. Doyle and Elaine
are two girls who work energetically,
have some good dance steps and fin
ish strong.
tiii: Ai DiTomuM.
P.catriz Michalena in a five reel
pit ture of "The Lily of Poverty Flat,"
takeii from three of P.ret Harte's po
ems, is the feature ef the Auditorium
todav. The Femes ef the drama are
first laid in California and afterwards
moed to Paris, then they return to
California again. The story embraces
a powerful love clement. Lily's lover,
Jo. passes through a variety of ex
citing adventures and vicissitudes and
does not get his sweetheart until be
has suffered innum rab'e privations
and dared manv perils for her sake.
Just Look at Jake." a LuMn cem
edy featuring l'thel Clayton and Jo
seph Kaufman is also on for today.
Tomorrow's hi',1 includes "Lorna
noone." a two r-el Biograph adapted
freun the well known novel of the
same name by P. IX lUackmore; "Mr.
Jarr's Magnetic Uriend." number five
of the celebrated "Jarr Uamily" series,
featuring Harry Pavcnport and Pose
Tapley; "The New Uxploitsof I'.laine,"
in tw o' reels. and ' I'apturing the
Cook," a Lubin comedy.
at thi: uxsallu.
In these ''-. it is especially re
freshing to Ait photo-drama
laid among nr , :nd unaccustomed
surroundings, w ith characters 0 a dif
ferent tvpe and in an unique "atmos
phere " Jesse U Igisky's picturiza
tion of "The Unafraid." shown at the
Italic todav. fills these requirements,
which manv producers consider al
most impos.-ihle to meet. The locale
of this drama is Montenegro anil the
characters present strange contrasts
an American heroine, two Montene
grin nobles, a secret agent of the
Dual Umpire and a Posnian valet,
among others no less distinct. Pita
.Tolivot mnkfs her F'TOcn debt.t in
this production and Housn Meters isi
Theaters
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featured in the leading male role.
Theodore lloberts. who is apparently
able to change from one role to an
other with almost magical case, plays
one of the leading parts.
On Wednesday "A I'ool There Was"
will return for the third time at tho
request of over l.'H'O lisalle patrons.
This picture has created unusual
comment on account of the wonderful
acting of Thcda Bara in the role of
tne vampire woman. and r.awaru i
Jose, as the weak husband, who uives j
up everything, when he conies under!
her power. The scenic effects are.
marvelous and the emotional acting
of tho principals has never been sur
passed. Xo chilelren will be admitted
and the admission prices will be deiu
bled. Another -sensational picture.
"The Xiyger." with William l'arnum.
hns been booked for the following
Wednesday, under similar conditions.
AT Till; M A.!i:STIC.
The Majestic is continuing feature
pictures ef five and six reels with
great success. The booking ef high
class and exclusive subjects has at
tracted many who are partieulaiiy
fend of stories tilled with romance
and adventure. Today's program con
sists of a number of new Mutual re
leases never before seen here.
On Wednesday the big fire-reel
sensational melodrama. "Money. ' will
be shown hero for the first time. One
of its many features is a dinner given
by a monopolist to the princes of the
world, while workingmen in his shops,
on a strike because he will not pay
living wages, are starving. They at
tack the house, drive out the guests
and eat the food, in a very thrilling
scene.
AT THi: COLONIAL.
Today's program at the Colonial
shows a two part drama f the under
world. "The Undercurrent." It shows
a country youth in the ppwer of a city
gang and relates his rescue by a de
tective's elaushter. On the same pro
gram. "The Problem," a question that
kcitii vauim: villi; or quality
NOW PLAYING
STAN STAN LI ;V
Acrobatic? Act.
JAUVIS ,V
IIAIMJISON
Singing ami Talking
SAXO si;xti7Tti;
dovli: At iilaini:
PRIXCKSS
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Mat. 2 ::'0.
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NOW PLAVINf;
THE BEST FEATURE
MOTION PICTURES
Change of Program Dai! v.
Y1:DNI:DAY Sint-lal Ueatere
"MONEY"
A MMwUional live-part ineloelrama
willi a million dollar banipict and
the arrhal of I.immi striking work
ingmen who take Nesion of the
cruel millionaire's mansion. t;eor
gtMui; and stirring scenes realist h
ally pictunnl.
Matinees Daily.
Admission 5c and 10c.
COLO
5c
Best Pictures 5c
TODAY
"The Undercurrent"
A two-red crook play alnninding
in action of a stirring sort. A
eouutry outh genv to the city.
falN hi with bad eompany, lut Is
satil bv a detective's daughter.
"The Problem"
Concerning the question of a Hor
girl marrying a wealthy man for
IKtsitioiu
i :xtii : w i ;d x i :s i a v.
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No children admitted.
EVE'S
10c
15c
25c
MAT'S
10c
15c
MAJESTIC
NIAL
a mother le ids in reference to her
onlv d;. hi; liter's "iige.
to sikk. . rrnr.s.
Pictures of the hid Fellows home
at Indianapolis will be shown at Ihe
T.asalle May 1". under the auspices
of the ilebna Keb kah ledge, Xo. 72,
of this city. A percentage of the
funds received from tickets sob! by
lode members wiil be siven to the
lodge- for the pi,rpos' of purchasing
new uniferins for tho drill team.
!MA CLASS ZV ITSELF")!
j GROUNdTlOOR- 3ArE- COHygNlEMT )
RITA JOLIVET o
The haiuKome Tan-ian
actress in a romance of
princes and thrones,
a
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THE UNAFRAID
Itcttcr than (Jraiistark."
More thrilling tlian "The I'ris
oner of .enda." A picture of
laoanor Ingram's rfmiaiwe.
Iloue Uctcrs. plays the rlnee:
Mi t!olict, an Amerieau heir
es. Theodore Hoberts has a prin
cipal role.
The name of the drama ap
plies to the heroine, who goes
alone to a semi-feudal country
to fulfill a promise of marriage.
Wi:iNi:SI)AV SPKCIAL
Keturn engagement for the
third time,
"A Fool There Was"
With TIIi:i)A HAHA.
no ciiili)i:i:. aihtti;i
riut:i-:s ioc ami lmu-.
Til UKSDAV Catherine Coun
ties in -A MOI)i:KN MAG
DA LUX."
Pipe Organ Concerts Each
T'
V.
livening by an Ipert.
C Continuous Frorn 4 t
9 a. in. to 11 p. m. I U Li
Com uuj time.
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BEATRIZ MICHELENA
Whose Peauty and Talent is as evi
dent on the m rce'ii a on the stage
THE LILY OF POVER
TY FLAT
In Live Acts.
I,ove and gold mines, a villainous
Mexican and a French aristocrat
are the fools with which Uret
Ifnrte li:is fa.-hionei on? f)f the
stories whic'u have mark his name
world famous.
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"JUST LOOK AT KATE
A Lubin Comedy
Featuring:
irnn.L claytox and joMiPir
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TOMORROW
Why??? Heres the Story!
We bought the surplus stock of a well known shirt manufacturer at a DIS
COUNT; we're going" to sell it at a discount to our customers. These shirts
were made to sell for S2.00. They are of extra tine Madras and Crepes in a
variety of colored stripes, soft cuffs, sizes 13 to 17. YOUR CHANCE TO
GIVE YOUR POCKETBOOK "A JOY RIDE." So whatever you do, get here
tomorrow and get one of these $2.00 Shirts for
Shown in
Michigan Street
Window
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Brewed from the finest selected golden barley, " Hoosier Cream " beer is a real
food essence of this nutritious grain. Prof. Gacrtner in his Manual of Hygiene,
says : 44 One quart of beer is equal in food value to three-tenths pounds of bread.1'
And then the delightful bitter flavor of "Hoosier Cream" imparted to it by our
quality hops is a stimulant of the appetite and digestion. Dr. F. W. Paw, Royal
College of Physicians, says: "A light beer, uell flavored with the hop, is calculated
to promote digestion it is one of the most voholesome of beverages.
"Hoosier Cream" is brewed in a brewery where cleanliness is wfctick ; the rnit particular housewife
would marvel at the purity and sweetness of every utensil used in our brewery. A State Food Com
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clean a fud producing establishment may he maintained.
An exponent of QUALITY, SKILL, PURITY and WHOLKSOME
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