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tiE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
TrrsD.w, may toir,.
RALLY DAY HELD
BY M. MACCABEES
Deputy Grand Commander of
State Holds School of In
struction Fifty Members
Are Initiated.
The lfitli annual rallv day of tho
Ft. Joseph V:i 1I y hive, No. '.', Mod
( rn Mjcc;i!if-r. was held Monday at
th V. m. v. h.:ll h. -M Mrs. Itn- .
N'eal. d puty r' .it C'.in:r.t p.'l'-r of the
Matr. v, as j,r. rit and j i I ! d over a
--hool (,f in : riK-t ion hM in th" aft
ernoon. Th- i' iri" of tho instruc
tion work was t- i ; i t l fore thr inm
htrs of th- h;;c th- cr t law:-? and
duties of the .ri r and its I
I.;ncinK -i"d i tndi mw.-d'- v.a.s n
Joyd ilurm: th- P -n.aind r f the
afternoon ai.d t!." annua! l.ano,u-t wan
lKdd ;-.t o'( 1"' k uIk-m members
v.-f-n- ;!' rit. M nil ' rs of Xih-s. K!k
hart. IHifhanan. Mi iiitcan City, Mish
uwaka. And rson :nd of th- local hive
were or. 11L all took p.rt in the
-work.
Public ini'iatory woi : too,.; place
tit th v iii::- .'.-t'Ti v. hcn r.n new
members v. n- initiated by the local
drill team und r tho leadership of
T!rs. Kosf MeNeal.
Aftr th- initiatory -vork Mr.. Mc
N' al read a pap-r uoon the origin of
the Laily Ma(cahe.s. According to
lor r-fiort the lust latihs' In n' tic ial
j-..-b ty was originated at I'ort Huron.
jiMirh.. Mar. 21. 1 w.. At pres-nt thre
Hire hives in 22 states of the union.
'iMichU'an s'.ill P-ad.s in membership,
hiaviiiff u. on- than 1 .". , o enrolled.
Indiana v hi h i. n- b:: to the first
Ftate has v.r.toi !M. -rubers a present.
;3n the spring of '. ! Z the arious hives
U.f this stat- had t.l."." inemhers and
bhroutrh the work of Mrs MeNeal with
3Irs. I hum Amos ; .--i.-a i nix her in the
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
cmav v-nt o ally is'im- to women rights
to which t!i v are 'ntitlcd. hut jrood
health, win h
ilth. win h the .irthri'4ht of
l very Ani' aiian woman, must he hers
.before s!o- ean fully enjoy t!ie jiri'l
3e' s whi' h woman's suffrage will
fl'tiiiu'. Wom n wh( suft'er from those
ilreadful iains. h.o kach", headaches,
tf rrital'iil i t . re r ou-ao s and depres-
in. syrnj'toms of organi' trouble,
should rely i. n Lrdia lk Pinkham's
K'pLretahle ( in 1 1 mil ad. which iJ made
trom roots and her'x. to restore them
ft o a normal h. althy c(ndition as it
Jias thousands of other American
fwomen.
)
'i-uuu Ulin'rs M.T. f fnm,,l I .
tioneriVb T 1 c' iV, 't "t nV,' L-',,,rT
F' iJurenusea In any ounntir- ti ...
fid all rain. Ask for A-K Tablets.
BLOOMIflGTOH WOMAN
THANKS MR. MAYR
r
lr. Homer So.tton Tells Triciuls
About I'm tit Wnmlerful
Treatment, '
Mrs. Homer Sexton of T.loominirton,
Ind.. suffered from digestive and Kto:n
t'h disorders for a long time. She
ried to tind relief, but it seemed a
in: v.iy otf until she tried Mayr's
Vonderful k mol;. .
The t'.r-st '.lose ivc her relief and
Harted her on the way to health. Sho
rote:
"Vour rudicine dil me a worhj of
Jood- I hae taken your treatment
ind bcllee it has cured me, and I
fcavo told all my !rh i;ds about it. I
m ever so thanl.fal."
Miayr's Wmuli i f ul I'.emedy gives
permanent tasalt.s for s;iij;ach. liver
nd intestinal ailments. Uat as much
knd whatever yo'i like. No more dis
tress after eatmc. prts.-ure of in
he stomach and arotnid the heart,
bet one bottle of ; m : r irurrist now
knd try it on an a'-'solub guarantco
V if not satisfactory money will be
turned.
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MAILING LISTS
: no vim ci:xt aut.NTi:i:i
i r.ivpri.n: n!l clasps of business, pnfes-
ier.s. tr;: b- or lndiThlu.oJs Send for
j dir ":;-:. 'te (-:it-ile? showir.g nn'.i n.il
t - i i r t ;. 7"iNi rlaj.strte.-itl-na. Also pe
1 r ,. - a fai'-shai'.e letters jiikI ad-
drt s-a:rr.
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'GREAT AUTOMOBILE RACE
Saturday. .May !lth
At Indianapolis
jl.-Me ."oath lurni - 1:4. a. m.
iArme In-lianapdis .".:J" a. m.
' llefing l.v lr.dpol.s ll:'oi j. rn.
Kontul Trlj l ure ft
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SHIMADA IS LEADER
OF JAPANESE HOUSE
'it?
TOKIO. c'ahuro S'himada.
liamentarian known us the
the par
Wendell Phillips of Japan, was
dent of the house. lie
elected presi
has been con
nected with tho
Katsura'st parti',
the United States,
nent part in the
Dooshi-Kai,
In mi he
He tool; a
agitation in
Prince
visited
promi-
Japan
against the California land ownership
hill, hut opjiosej naval increases on
the ground that they were likely to
arouse suspicion in the United States.
southern rart of tl,e state during the
past year, the memhership has nearly
doubled in the three years.
The local lodge which was organ
ized in lit or, had ICO members and
Mrs'. McXeal has more than F0 ap
plications which she will have ballot
ed at the next meeting.
The drill team with a large major
ity of the members will attend a rally
meeting at Hlkhart this afternoon at
the Odd Fellows' hall. They will put
on an exhibition tarnation drill, wear
ing for the tirst time new robes of
gorgeous colors
A hanonet. will be served this even
ing and initiation of a large class of
candidates will take jdaee, the work
being put on by the local team.
IS YOUR NAME IN
THE LIST BEL0W7
If It Is, you nre Invited to tho
next News-Times Birthday Party.
Trip to all theaters and refresh
ments will be on tho program.
The .Yews-Times
birthday party is
children of .outh
open to all school
tienu and Mishawaka in both the pub
lic and private schools, regardless of
whether their parents are subscribers
or not. Co-operating with The News
Times in Riving the children these
series of treats are the Orpheum. Ma
jestic. Colonial. Iisalle and Surprise
theaters and The American Drug Co.
Hundreds of ehildren have been
made happy since we inaugurated this
little plan and hundreds will be made
happy in the future. The entertain
ment is absolutely free of cost or
obligation. The ihild's name is pub
lished in The News-Times on the date
of his birthday. On the Saturdav fol
lowing such publication the child
comes to the circulation department
of the paper and is given a coupon
ticket which entitles him to admis
sion to the Urphcum. Lasalle, Co
lonial, Surprise and Majestic theaters
and a treat at the fount of the Amer
ican Drug . Children living 1 0 or
more blacks from the office are given
a car ticket home.
Hesides publishing each day the
names of children whose birthdays
occur on that date, we publish at least
five names of children whoso birth
days occur later. These names are
taken at random and we advise a
careful watch of the daily announce
ments, as the "lucky ones" will re
ceive two treats instead of one.
HITII DA YS TODAY.
South Hend.
Barren, Andrew. S. Chapin st.
Kdner, Kenjamin. snfi Jefferson.
Getter. Forest. 1 2 S. olive st.
Helmick, Mildred. . Ninth st.
Kale. Dora. CcC K. Howard st.
Piers. John. Tos Terkins st.
Smogor. Gertrude, lm S. Iaurel s.
Moron. Thelma. So I Howard.1
Nieman. Herbert, Kit V. Indiana.
Wiekcrson. Ralph. 201-1 Miami st.
Zugonitz. Mary. Sample st.
MKhawaka.
Ostrom. Charles. iu:; Ilomcwood.
IJTKV ).Yi:s TODAY.
Smith Pend.
There, Mlta, 7-';: Harrison a v.
s.ili.gaWr. Kleanor. lolS i:. Fifth.
i onlier. Mihlred. iL'Oj Dale st.
Guiski. Geneiee, South
P.cnd av.
Kozsgary. Mary, i ;. prairie av.
Tal or. Jclm. W202 ..Mishawaka av.
Shuler. Lillian. Co;.: x. Sixth st.
Koesis. Anna. 1 2 : N. Jackson St.
I'.ortncr. Harrold. 22 K. Ninth st.
Comber. Cissal. 1121 Washington.
Kocl;stroh, Gertrude. .".u K. Indi
ana a v.
Sindcr. Otis. 1114 S. Main st.
Anderson. T'red. li' 1 C S. Main st.
Miller. Tedd. t? N. Sotnerer st.
Thallemor. ICaymond. 222 i;. Hldcr.
BY-LAWS ARE ADOPTED
Mc!nlw r of Minn.wde (idf Club Hold
.Meeting.
Tly-laws of the Sunny Side Golf club
were adopted at a meeting of that
organization at the Chamber of Com
merce Monday nicht. in the absence
if W. W. i:idenour. diairman f the
committee. H. W. Kldridue jircsentcd
th roi:h draft f the laws winch
with a few amendments were accept
ed. An invitation U jdn the Central
Coif aiK iation vas laid en the table.
An irritation to join the state polf
a.K-iatln was rtfvrred to tnc if fi
cers of the club.
Tliere n.ro 1,36: Au;rians anci Hun
garians. 1,207 Germans and L'ii Turks
in the French army.
Theaters
i
AT Till; OUPIiKr.M.
The Orpheum is presenting a bill
entirely made up of 'irl acts. It is a
I good t ill. There is plenty ot variety,
the performers are attractive and tal
ented and they phase. Steindel and
Lee, "a voice and violin," probably
receive the greatest applause. Miss
Steindel is a wonderful violinist. Miss
Lee sitms in perfect harmony and
plays the accompaniment on a grand
piano. The act has class and demon
strates the two artists' ability.
P.ertie. Fowler offers impersonations
of the lighter s"rt. ranging from a mis
chievious child to an intoxicated young
man She has a graceful, easy way
of delivering her lines and many
of,
them are witty.
Mile. Martha and sister offer a beau
tifully staged trapeze and singing act.
Shapely Mile. Martha performs aloft
while her sister sing.4 pleasingly. Cos
tumes in good taste add to the attract
iveness of the act. The Valeria sisters
sing familiar songs: and one of them
does comical clowning, with eccentric
bits that hold the attention. Mile.
Obrassany and an attractive assistant
exhibit trained cockatoos.
Tin: Ai'DiTouirM.
Today the Auditorium is presenting
Charles K. Harris' five act drama.
"When It Strikes Home", featuring
Grace Washburn, Fduin August and
Muriel Ostriche. The story is an in
teresting one and should make an ex
ceptionally line picture. "The Fable
of the High Roller and the Buzzing
Plondine". by George Ado and
Ituth Stonehouse and Pr.vant Wash
burn in the cast, is also on today's bill.
Tomorrow the regular episode of
the "New Fxph.its of Klaine," in two
reels, will be given together with "An
Innocent Sinner," a three act Kalem
featuring Katherine IaSalle. a new
comer in pictures although well known
on the legitimate stage, and "Cutey's
Sister," a Vitagraph comedy featuring
Wally Van.
When the fellows at college refuse
to introduce their sisters to Cutey, he
purchases photographs of i beautiful
actress and gives the boys to under
stand she is his sister and he immedi
ately becomes the most popular man
in college. Put his joy is short-lived
for complications .set in whcn the
actress herself arrives, but it would
span the pleasure of those who antici
pate seeing the picture, to toll just
what happens, but there was plenty
"doing" to keep things lively.
at tin: lasalli;.
"The Captive." a fine feature pic
ture with war in the Palkan states
and showing Planehe .sweet in the
leading role of "The Captive" at tho
Lasallo today. Though Mis Blanche
Sweet, one of the most popular of
all American photodrama stars, nat
urally assumes the stellar role. The
title role is in the hands of House
Peters, who is the leading man in the
production. "The Captive" is a Turk
ish noble of ancient family and vast
wealth, who is taken prisoner in com
bat with the Montenegrans and as
signed to a young peasant woman as
her servant to till her farm and per
form her menial tasks. The girl, who
naturally detests both his race and
rank, tyrannizes over him most un
mercifully, and makes him perform
the most humiliating labors, such as
cooking and washing the garments for
the family. He does these tasks for a
long period with humorous self-control,
but suddenly revolts when she
threatens him with the whip for tear
ing a garment and quietly asserts his
superior masculine force'.
On Wednesday "A Woman's Resur
rection" featuring Petty Nansen, the
Uussian actress will be shown.
Professor Alexander Delaney. of
Columbus university has written for
the Fox Film corporation, a masterly
delineation of the photo play.
"It would be superfluous," writes
Professor Delanev. "to point out in
detail the aims that Tolstoi had in
view when he wrote "A Woman's
Resurrection." in which Miss Nansen
is so magnificent and to which Wil
liam Fox has given such a lavish set
ting. The great writer ef the Uussian
land has in this work, above all others,
labored for the benefit of his fellow
man showing them in the erring Ka
tusha Maslova, with her bestial aban
don and final reclamation for better
things, a glorious lesson of the eternal
truths of humanity."
AT Till: COLONIAL.
The Colonial shows toelay a fine
home-like story in three parts called
"The Adopted Daughter." While sen
sational escapes and wonderful ad
ventures have not been included In
tho incidents the story is interesting
throughout and tells of a girl's devo
tion to her adopted parents. A comc
dv is also shown.
On Wednesday "Enoch Arden" will
be the bill. This story is based on the
well known poem of Alfred Tennyson
and has become a classic in modern
literature. The husband of a dutiful
wife leaves on a long sea voyage.
Years pass and he does not return or
send word. Then he comes back to
find his wife happily married. The
succeeding events are very interesting.
WILL BE BOOST TO TRADE
i:.piess Company Will Kilter the Rus
sian Field.
Trade between the United States
and Russia seems likely to improve as
one ef the results of the present war
racing in Kuropc, according to remarks
mado in a recent address by George C.
Taylor, president of the American ilx
press Co., in announcing the extension
of that company's activities to that
country. Fdward F. Wales-Pmith, for
many years tralbc agent for tho ex
press company at Paris. France. ha3
been appointed commercial agent at
Petrograd.
"Our present step in this important
field." said Mr. Taylor, "is taken after
full conference with Hon. C. J. Med
sikhovsky, commercial attache of the
imperial" Russian embassy in the
United States. Our plans have not
only his cordial approval, but are dis
tinctly in harmony with his earnest
desire to stimulate the intcrehat ge of
t rattle, between the United States and
Russia by improving the conditions
! under which such transactions are
handled.''
FILES EJECTMENT SUIT
Htiihlin- Asocial ion Wants Damages
IV0111 Jcdin Karnolinki.
Action to secure possession of a
certain lot in the city was brought in
the superior court Mondav afternoon
by the Jan. Ill Sobieski "lluildlnff &
l.oan association airainst John Karno
linski. It is sought to secure $3e0
dan-aircs on the grounds that the de
fendant maintained possession of tho
property for a year illegally after lie
had failed to pay $7 every two weeks
on a contract to urchaje the property
tor $1,400.
WILL PARTICIPATE IN
MEMORIAL SERVICES
CoIfa Camp Modern Woodmen
Will
on
Monday.
The degree team of the Colfax
camp, No. 3306. .Modern Woodmen of
America, will po to fyracuse. Ind.,
Monday to celebrate the day with the.
Modern
Woodmen of that city accord-
ing to the arrangements made last
night at the regular meeting of the
camp at the
Michigan st.
-M. W. A. hall
on
S
Members of the camp will also at
tend the Memorial day exercises held
by the Mishawaka Modern Woodmen
at tho cemetery June 0. A committee
appointed from the local lodge will
take part in the decorating of the
graves and other work of the day.
The camp has arranged to send
funds to the families of the deceased
members of the local lodge who are
buried in other cities.
During the course of the business
session three candidates were initiated
and three applications balloted upon
to be given the initiatory work at the
meeting to be held June 14. At that
meeting W. A. MeGafh, state deputy
of Indianapolis, will givo instructions
concerning the work of the members
of the Woodmen lodgo and he will
train the new ollieers in their respec
tive offices.
Allen's Foot-Ease for the Troops
Witn,tl)(' jiutiseptir powder to Shake into vour
Shoe- or dissolve in the f.t-!atli. nre be
ing used by the Gernrui find Allied troop
at the fre-nt. It rests the feet, prevents
frltiuii of the sheo and makes walking
e.iy. Sold everywhere, ""-. Sample sent
FKi:i:. Address, Alien t. Olmsted, Lelioy,
V 'v
KKITH V A IT D K YTIjTj 15 OF QUALITY
NOW PLAYING
AN ALL CURL
SHOW.
sti:im)i:l & li:k
.Miifdcul MahN.
MAItTIIA A SISTKK
Flying Tnpe7e.
iinitTin i owleii
VALIiKIA SISTERS
MLLi: O'ZVh
COCKATOOS
INe. 7:30 and 9.
Mat. 2:30.
Thursday "The Mystic Hird"
5c
Best Pictures
5c
TODAY Look ! TOD AY
A Home Story
"THE ADOPTED
DAUGHTER"
V
Showing1 a braio girl's devotion to
lKr foster parents.
also a livfly comfdy
wi:dm:sday
"ENOCH ARDEN"
Jiased on Alfred Tennyson's famous
locni.
BLANCHE
SWEET
The I.asky Star, sup
ported by Houe Deters
and a strong cast, in
the llalkan war play
"THE CAPTIVE"
H
O
a
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O
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A notarization of an original
play by Ce-il DeMille. It is a
drama of tho vlialkan wars and
is cry interesting in view oT the
fae-t that these states are again
on the verge of war.
Featuring One of the
Greatest Battle Scenes
Ever Staged.
Wednesday Special
Feature Day
Introducing the famous Russian
Star
"BETTY
fifANSEJV
Sarah IlcrnhardCs only rival, in
a thrilling drama of conditions
in that foreign lam!.
"A WOMAN'S
i;i:sriuu:cTiov
Ily Loo Tolstoi
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Tires
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A popular feature photo play.
WORLD FILM CORPORATION Presents
Grace
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St
With Edvin August and Muriel Ostriche
Produced bv CHAS. K. HARRIS
FEATURE FILM CORP, IN 5 ACTS. ALSO
"THE FABLE OF THE HIGHROLLER AND
THE BUZZING BLONDIE"
By George Ade
With Bryant Washburn and Ruth Stonehouse
in the cast.
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accuracy, sy.cm and a bet
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The check account furnish
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turcH saves time, worrj' ajid
prevent? mistaken.
Adopt the check system for
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