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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES .MONDAY. MAY 21, 191.-. 5 WOMAN WANTS !pj Hfl fp 7 you pI IBSS for it AT Theaters m AUDTORIU By Telling HowLydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Miami, Okla. "I hal a female troublo and vreakncss that annoyed mc continually. I tried doctors and all kinds of medicine for several year 9 but was not cured until I took Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegeta ble Compound. I hope my testimonial will help other suf fering w omen to try your wonderful medicine. " Mrs. it- M.R.MlLLER, Box231, Ccmmerce,Okla. Another Woman ivlio lias Found Health in Lydia 12. Piiikliain's Vegetable Compound. Lindsborg, Kansas. " Some years B0 I suffered with terrible pains in my fide which I thought were inflammation, fcl?o with a bearing down pain, back ache, and I wa3 at times awfully ner vous. I took throe bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and am now enjoying good health. I will b-3 glad to recommend your medicine to any woman suffering with female trou ble and vou nay publish thi3 letter." -Mrs. A. L. Smith, H. No, 3, Box CO, Lindsborg, Kansas. If you have tho slightest doubt tliat Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound will hclpyoiMvrito to Lycliii K.linkIiunOIeIicliieCo. (confidential) Lynnf3IassMf or ad vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict coniidence. "TIZ" GLADDENS SORE. TIRED FEET fJo puffed-up, burning, tender, sweaty feet no corns or cnllouses. !UppyI Um TIZ" v "TIZ" makes bL-re. burning, tired feet fatrly danco vith delight. Away go the aches and palnK, tho corns, cal louses, blisters, bunions and Chil blains. "TIZ" draw? out tho acids and poi eons that puff up your fret. No mat ter how hard you work, how long: you dance, how far you walk, or how Ion? you remain on your feet. "TIZ"' brlnpra restful foot comfort. "TIZ" Is mag ical. gTand, wonderful for tirevl, ach ing, swollen, smarting foot. Ah! hov comfortable, how happy u'i feci. yhOf 3 Your ft just tin: never hurt or ?orni ti:-'ht. Get a 2 5 c?nt K x of 'TIZ" now from any drut' jir.t or department etoro. Hnd foot torture forov.r wear Fmaller !io"3, keop y; ur (Vt fre?h, sweet and happy. .T-i--t t'.iink! a whole year's foot Cuinfoit fur only 2 5 cents. Compare a Canadian Summer Trip With Any Other of Which You Have been Thinking: Out of this country virtually a trip abroad (in fact, account :" th. war. tho only adjacent fT.Ur; trip practicable this year) to t ho Cana dian I cohorts. Tho charming '! I Icrlila nd of On tario," lncludlnir tho picture?auo ClCTKlan Hay; tho l-rautiful M;iskt.k.i Iikos. with its Royal Muskoka; tho ak of Hays, with its Wu-Wa: tho AUontiuin Provincial Park of (oio acrs; Macmotaw.in and French lUvrs and Yirjrin. peerless Timaami. Unusual nanus for an unusually at tractive country, new to many Am r- Kar.3. A F irfeit of cn ry a mop. tho ;dnes ar.il 1 ulsarns. Pure air. !ish InK. bathing, bo.uinir anil deliuhtfiil I'COpIe. K very or. o who h.is evor visitod tho Canadian r ?ort.- is keen to -o acain. (Obtain our free illustrated guide IhkiKs with maps and table of the low fare round-trtp tourist tickets which will bo in effect tills summer. In us plan your trip and mahe reer'atlons for you at hotels or hoarding houses, or If you like, can arrange for a ot t.tKT for the weapon, C. A. McNutt. Pa .spencer A cent, Grand Trunk Hy. Station, outh IU-n 1. IVkphoncs: Pell 03: Ho 100Z. LEHIGH VALLEY AMTHiiACiTE THE COAL TJLXT SATISFIES More Heat Less Ash No Smoke Ask Ycur Dealer. mm kXfk TTif BOTH Chamber of Commerce and Northern Indiana Motcr Club Members Will Visit North Liberty on Tuesday. ',(. d roads In northern Indiana will be j-lven another bi. boost at North Liberty Tuesday afternoon and evi n-irv- n t h i occasion tho Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Indi ana Motor club will invade that town to participate in a meeting at which better thoroughfares will be the solo topic of disou.-sion. S'.uth Pend, Mishawaka. Walkerton, Lak.ill" and all the surrounding towns will sf-nj delegations to the meetinu'. which i.;ivcs pro,mise of Ix in )ne f the l.ie.-t 1 roads me t- ins ivr held in this section of the state. More than 00 automobile. from South Pend will be in line for the trip, while a committee has been woikin in Mishawaka and has enlist ed between 1 and 2b cars. Farmers from all parts of the county have sii,r niiied their intention of attending the meeting. One of the subjects to come before the meeting will be the proposition of havinir some L'O miles of road, declar ed hy the county surveyor to be in hrst olas.s condition, accepted by the county commissioners. A petition will probably be circulated at the meeting, asking the commissioners to accept the road, which will make a larse ad dition to the .small amount of mileage already credited to the county. Kvoryono who can muster an auto mobile has been asked to meet at tho Chamber of Commerce Tuesday after noon at 1 : i o'clock, when the start will be made. An invitation has also been issued to others not owning cars to join the crowd, as the local com mittee doe j not want to have a single car in the turnout that is not tilled. At 7:o0 o'clock, at the North Liber ty town hall, the bit: doings of the day will ho held, and speakers from South Pend. Mishawaka. North Liberty and the surrounding hamlets arc slated to a ppcar. Pet'ore this event is staged an ex cellent program of entertainment has been arranged by the North Liberty men. A baseball game is the prst event scheduled for the afternoon. Pushiest men of South Pend and Mishawaka have k-suod a challenge to the biisins men of North Liberty ;tnd Walkerton, and blood is .sure to How. aoordinir to advance notices on tho teams. The supremacy of tho horseshoe throwers in this section of the ."tate will ah'o be decided during the course of tho afternoon. J. M. Studebaker, sr.. who has repeatedly pitched his way to the championship of South Pend. will take on John Cowman of North Liberty, who has earned quite a reputation in his fwn baliwiek as a handler f the shoes, and the "odds are even" on the respective abilities of the two contc stanti-'. A tu-: of war has also been arrang ed, and the ladies of North Liberty will s'-rve a real country chicken din ner. Muie will bo furnished by two binds and by the Chamber of Com merce chorus, and the singing section of the Motor club. This meeting will take the place of the regular Thursday niht smoker. BRINGS VICTIMS HOME Now York Has Nino Iiodios Found After Lu.sltania Sank. NHW YORK, May 2 4. Tho steam er New York, which sailed from Liv erpool May 1 bearing the bodies of nine victims of the Lusitania and more than a jcoro of survivors, reach ed port early today and anchored in quarantine at 1:1T a. m. Among tho bodir;; on board is that of Charles Indiana Editors Visit to City Next Above are three of the members of the Indiana Democratic Fditorial as $?. .ei.it ion who are helping to provide for the good time the editors are going to have during their outing at South Pend. Hammond. Chicago and St. Joseph in June. The above are A. P. Cra-npton. Lew M. O'Pannon, presi dent of the association, and I. I Crittenberger. Life promises to be just one banquet and entertainment after another on June 2. : 1 and .". for members of the Indiana Democratic Fditorial associa tion and their guests and friends who participate in the summer meeting of the asst.. iation. Arrangements for the inn ting were completed at a meeting -f Lew M. o'Paniion. president of the association: Dale J. Crittenberger. O h a. P. ramp!on. Samuel Murdoch, John P. Faulknor ami S. i:. Swalm of Hammond. Suaim has been aetire in the arrangement of the meeting, and as a result Hammond will entertain the isitors for several lays. The party will depart from Indian apolis at 1 oVIcek on June 2. Their train will ariive in .outh Tend at v. m., and immediately a banquet and at Tin: mi'iii:rM. Today's program at the orphoam is a distinct novelty from th- fact that every act on the bill will be present ed by feminine talent. An all-girl bill is always attractive and not particu larly easy to obtain on account of the scarcity of avail able women enter tainers. Thus' daintv m l.'iral maids. Stein- del and Lee. will offer a varied and phasing program of musi'-al novtl- ties. Mine. Martha and sifter, Paris I lan gymnasts, will perform on the dy .' ing trapeze. Pertie Fowler, an inter national favorite, brings her original character monologue. The Yarleri" sisters, lively singing comediennes, ana Mile. ' Jbrussaney's trained cockatoos complete the attractive bill. tin: ai nnoRU M. Chapter three of the mwv serial story, "The Diamond From the Sky," featuring William Ptissell, Lottie Pickft.rd and Irving Cummings. is the feature at the Auditorium today. This opisc.de is entitled "The Silent Wit ness" and shows Arthur Stanley's thrilling escape in his French racing automobile In his mail dash from the clutches of the police he is nearly killed by a passenger train. Speeding at .'o miles an hour in his racing car, he aocidontly falls over a high -id iff into the water below. This is one of the most thrilling incidents yet shown in tins serial. "The Wild Knine," an episode of the Hazards of Helen series, featuring Helen Holmes, and "The Destroyer," a thre act drama with Alice Hollister in the leading role, are also on today's bill. "The nestroer" tells of Dick Went worth, who, because he was unable to distinguish ?ho dross from the gold, sank down life's ladder until he be came a whining- beggar. Young, the son of a million. lire, and loved by a good girl. Dick allowed himself to "fall victim to the wile; of Cherie, a dancer. Helen, his sweetheart, tried hard to break the woman's inrtuence, but Dick was blind and could not realize his danger. Later the boy was disowned by his father and then he finds that Cherie spurns him. Tomorrow Charles K. Harris will present the five act drama, "When It Strikes Home," and one of George Ade's fables will also be on the bill. AT Till: LASALLi:. Today's program at the Lasallo in one that will appeal to all lovers of the emotion and dramatic lilmed drama. Tho piety re is entitled "The Cup of Life." and is said to be a dra ma of opportunities and lessons viv idly pictured and brilliantly acted. Pessie Parriscale plays the part of the wayward sister. Miss Ilarriacale has made a distinct hit here in pic tures and will be remembered for her recent appearance in tho startling drama, "The Devil." In which she played the Indiscreet wife. In this iatest release of the Mutual Master piece company she has a wonderful part that drives home a great moral lesson. On Tuesday, Paramount day at the Iisalle, clever Planche Sweet will be seen in a new war time romance, "The Captice." Jesse L. Iaskey's photo pro duction with House Peters in the leading male role. It contains a most thrilling scene in which one man, single handed, defends a girl against a mob of drunken Turkish soldiers, giving a ve:y vivid idea of the terrors that beset women in the days of war. The hero, who so bravely meet.1 this situation, is himself a Turk, and has, through the fortunes of war. been tho servant of the peasant girl. Though she has treated him most un justly he has come to love her, and ho llnds himself in the strange posi tion of having to protect her from his own superior officer. He barricades tho house and prepares for a hopeless resistance, but is rescued by the Mon tenegrins, who retake the village in the nick of time. AT Tlin COLONIAL. The two-reel drama of romance and adventure. 'The Honor of Pill Jack son," is featured on tho Colonial's program today. It is a strong story of Will Pay . "5 entertainment will be provided for the visitors. The next morning will be spent in sihtset ing. and then the guests will depart for Hammond at C p. m. The entertainment at Hammond will be in the nature' of a banquet and speeches. Gov. Palston will speak at Hammond, and the following morn ing th traveh rs will visit many Lake county oitbs in automohiJ.-s. In tho aft rnoon the vNitois may go to Chi cago if they please. Chit-ago will be the s- ene of feasting that night. The follow mg mornim. the editors will take the bo.it for -t soph. Mih. They will spend three hours visiting the fruit Kit of Michi gan and will then buard the train for home. -sT 7 I . I That's what : 1 1 you want, and that's what Cal umet is guaran teed to give you It is sure in perfect leaven ing and raising qualities, in whoiesomeness, in purity. Per fee Up raised, melting ly tender bis cuit, cake, muf fins, griddle cakes, are bound to result from its use. Calumet goes farther than other bak ing powders and it's moder ate in cost. Insist on it at your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'! Pare Food Exposition, Ckicago. Illinois. Paris Exposition, Frame. March. 1912 :;;:!-i:t:!;:!!ir; m Mm ill f A 1 ill !'. 1 ! li.i . . ! iiy IM !'':,;;; I I t i . f ! 'ii ill lin 'iit' i i i! i r ' I : i. r i ' i i b i f'A i . . 1 iiiiin; o i;i . ! n I . 'ii iliiii MNr II- I'.ilMt !, li'.iii hi; ! i e !!i llliiiiilii. it. .',,: a, brave man's chivalry and will please lovers of good pictures. An a in using comedy is shown on tho same bill. IS YOUR NAME IN THE LIST BELOW? If It Ls, you oro invited to the next News-Times Birthday Party. Trips to all theaters and refresh ments will bo on tho program. IHKTHDAYS TODAY. South Bend. Bailie, Iluebcn, 701 Fellows St. Burku.s Alex, 1122 W. Grace st. Calloway, Harry, 710 S. Carroll st. Kgan, Bjuth, 715 S. Fellows st. Kiluard, .s'hrapek, 1217 Thomas st. Donahue. Loo, 64 4 Brick a v. Duran, Balph, 10..3 N. Adams st. De-May, Emiel, 32 2 Chestnut st. Flbe, Bosella, 745 Coquillard st. Fox. Genevieve, 116 N. Notre Dame. Fear.-:. Ilarlense, 123 S. William st. Greenwood, Helen, 820 S. Clinton st. Huerman, liaymond, 171G S. Mich igan st. Hart man, Jcanettc,- 303 Laporte av. Haven, Dorothea, 118 N. Michisan. Ilorvath, Mary, 7 07 Kendall st. Kir: tlis, Elizabeth, 526 Lcland av. Mink, Milo, 5.0 X. Seott st. Moore, Eunice, 304 E. Indiana av. Miller, Mandel, 1121 Oak Park. MeDermott. Alta, 419 N. Eafayette. Xvikos. Peter, 171 Hucp st. Xebllch, Mildred, 116 W. Bartlett. Itasiaussen, Erma, 410 E. Sample. Kopoi, Helen, 10G7 Woodward av. Sceitt, Alberta. 310 Paris st. Szcsna, Jennie. 2117 W. Linden st. Smith. Harvey, 712 X. Main st. Tohulka, Marguerite, 421 S. Perry. Williams, Kuth ,01 1 X. Michigan. V l tme. Otto. 7 4o X. Allen st. Williams, Franklin, S02 Sherman. Weiss, Devere, 2205 Michigan av. "Wilkei-son, Clara, 1306 S. Thirteenth Wetzel, Ihrnice, 5 4 3 S. Eddy st. Mishawaka. Birdonek. Aliee. f).".!' W. Sixth st. Frazier, Edith. 212 W. Second st. Ll l'lvV ONUS. Smith Iteml. Szcsny, Joseph, 2117 W. Linden st. Stefanski. Alen. 630 O'Brien st. Simon. Helen, 2107 Merry a v. Salomon. Louis. 23 4 X. Hucy st. Sabo, Walter. 13 5 Huoy st. ITALIANS CALLED HOME All Ilotween Ajrcs of ID to 39 Includ ed In Order. NKW YORK, May 2 4. All Italians. whether natuntlizod or not. and even tho,- l.m in America of Italian par ems are called upon by mos-sares in l,.. tl Italian paper. to join tho Italian ari.ry. The call is signed by G. Fara f..rni. tho Italian consul pvneral in New Yrk city, and it is addressed t (all no'ii l-etut-tn the apes of ly and inclusive. The Italian military lav.- makes it obligatory th;it the call bo heeded. l.sr l rI of it is punishalde by im prisonment if the recxilcitrant returns at any time to Italy. Iadinc ohemlsts believe that the war mav shift the drujc manufactur Wis renter to this country. The raw ia.itt i i-'.Is are pb ntiful, but synthetic skill said to Le lacking. .!';. .ii::!,it ! u' iitii f$3i if; ufJ; wl ; ii Wa-ra. i :, -"ylL ' 1 'V! i 'ill. : 1 ! !! ! I! I i ilil l! ! i i i ill. , i i i i i M r ' i i i i i t i I l i Ml '! i ! i i ' Hi e I U I hl. 1 -J? u f 3 M TODAY Chapter three of the new serial, "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" Feat urine: the famous cast, William Russell, Lottie Pick ford and Irving Cummings. "THE WILD ENGINE" An episode of the Hazards of Helen series, with Helen Holmes. "THE DESTROYER" A fine three act modern drama, featuring Alice Hollister. TOMORROW Charles K. Harris presents the five act drama, "WHEN IT STRIKES HOME" PlN. A CLASS BV 1TSELFM1' OOUND FLOOR SAFg CONVEMENTjj BESSIE BARRISCALE Q The star of :i dozen u dramatic successes, O O like "Mr?. Wioxs" H and 'The Devil," now featured in "THE CUP OF LIFE A drama of life's oppor tunities and lessons vividly pictured and brilliantly act ed. The story of two sisters, one of them chooses the easy path, the other goes straight. Tuesday Paramount Day. BLANCHE SWEET in "THE CAPTIVE" Special Notice Paramount Pictures Presenting the world's greatest FAMOUS PLAYERS Are seen exclusively here. Wednesday Betty Nansen, The Royal Actress, in "A Woman's Resurrection." 10c Continuous Frwra 6 a. m. to 11 p. in. Conia any time. 10c hm i.u,mn. ii inn ,imi KEITH VAUDi:niXK OF QUALITY NOW PLAYING an ;n:i. KIIOU'. stkindkl & m:i; Mufiiral .Maids. MAKT1IA A: slSTKIi I'lyinp Taprze. IlKKTIK 1'0V I KR VALEIHA SIST1IKS MLLK O'lr ( Ot 'KATOOS EVE'S 10c 15c 25c MAT'S 10c 15c . -. Eve. T:0 ami 9. Mat. 2:30. LJ ThurMlay "Tlio My.-tk- Ilird" LOMAL 5c Best Pictures 5c TODAY Look ! TODAY A Stirring Romance 'THE HONOR OF BILL JACKSON" In which a brave man puts up a strong litrht and wins. Also a Lively Comedy. Coming Wednesday "ENOCH ARDEN' riu: (Mil) lot kkvii:w, wriU. n :ieei:i!ly for t';. :11 inv .t'r. t-lls ,:. .lai'i i:r.irli-h ef New Verk St--k tltefian-e UiV. -t:n-r;T ...rtu ii!t'.-. l.oi a v.ar. ( e..;;t-x. ; Ilr.-ad way. N-u V-rk City. 1 ..I, m i 1 "n T"? ii'-i,nt-.'i.''il i'"'-iVr i i i ' cJ T': ''ysf rrrr'rr f i XL that "old with all that is progres sively advanced of today. All the life -richness of pure malt blended with the delighting tang of Bohemian tell the quality-story of The Quality Beer One bottle at mealtimes and watch! The Muessei Eell Phone 55 SoutliBendfBHllPIymouth SCHEDULE DAiiiY i:xcin-r suxday Lea.vo South P?end from South Shore Station and Oliver Hotel 7:00 a. m. 10:30 a- m. 1:15 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 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All numbers, Mick and vhltft, a!o all colors. 4 Cq IVr Ioznn. 4c I'er Spool. CILVS. II. fi.VX St CO. STYLE SHOP Ti nCMtf Suits for Men and Women ?15, $18 and $20. ELasy Payments. GATELY'S 112 K. Jfffrrwtn Hlvd. The Hub Clothiers :.17 S. Mm hian St. The Yhltf IIou. oT i Am, J IoIorii Un:); I'unil-hrr S0G to 210 bo. Midi, bt.