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riUDAY. .wtil'si- i. 1 9 is.
, THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Theaters
AT Till: .U'DITOItH'M.
"Island "f Kriron'ratinn." tho.
unique rnmanro l.y tii- Kv. rvrus
Towrihrnd P.raly. f aturin the lov r
playrr K(5ith Storoy, Mippnrtrt! !. An
tonio Moreno and S. I Ian kin Or v.
if thc.attrartion at tn. Auditorium to
day and tells the- -try .f a U- iiitiful
pirl who is fliijtw in ;al on a South
lMi r.l. wIhtp .-In lir.d.- th'- muc
Inhabitant is a ni.m who has liel
there ".early a!! hi- l'f having also
Wtn ( ast nion th4 i!anI h n a
littlo child. Then- ar- sm wonder
ful M' nes hown. incliidin a tin- at
m a. an earthquake arwl th- arrival of
the L'nlted States ti: is r. which re
turns them to civilization. A jrt tty
love yt'.ry runs throughout the s'or.v,
whifh i.i an al.orlini; one anl some
what out of the ordinary. The pic
ture i.s ien in six rcd ami is the
pecond of th Vitayraph Ulue Kthhon
features. Tomorrow's hill inHuih s
"A Pair of Queen?," a two-reel Vita
graph comedy with 1'lora Finch,
Kate Price, William Shae and Huhie
Mack, known as the hit; t oniedy four;
"The Spook Kaisers'." a Kale comedy
featuring "Ham" and "Pud"; "Tiie
liev. .Salamander. PiiaUac-heM." an
Ksvanay comedy adapted from Short
Stories magazine, featuring l!ecrly
Payne; "Followin:; the Scent." a. Vita
graph cnily with Mr. ami Mrs.
Sidney T'rew and Bobby 'onnelly, and
the Seli weekly of current news.
STORY OF GERMAN
VESSEL IS RELATED
Mine-
later Meteor Had Man
wntuirs in ri-htlns OfT
llrltMirr
Ad-
AT Till: LAS ALU :.
Mi. ss Charlotte Walker. cne of the
most charming of the jmincr Amer
ican stars, will make her lilm dehut
at the LaSalle today in a pictuii.a
tion of "Kindling." The play is a
very strong arraignment of unhealthy
tenement conditions, and Miss Walker
has one of the best opportunities in
her entire career for emotional work.
Miss Walker is the wife of IOuene
"Walter, the famous playwright.
"Kindling" deals with the sordid
life of New York existence. In a most
f mi ithetic manner it tells the life
Mory of Maie Schultz and lier hus
band, Heine, who dwell in a wretched
tenement, owned by a rich widow,
whose ideas of sweet charity do not
concern her ow n pnrperly.
This play, which had a long and
highly successful Ilroadway run, i.s
one of the most daring and dramatic
offerings over produced on the Amer
ican .s'agc. It hits at the big, things
of life the elemental emotions and
hits at them hard, on the same pro
pram will be seen the comedy,
There's Many a Slip."
"The Clue" in which J. lam-he Sweet
makes her appearance at the PaSalle
Saturday, is. as mi;;ht readily he in-
fored from the name, a detective
drama involving the problem of a
murder mystery. The clue, from
which the drama takes its name, is a
Kussian coin which luus been given
by a Kussian adventurer, Count Poris,
to a rich American whose hand he is
seeking to win, and which has been
Kivm by her to the American gentle
man she really loves, just to prove
that she does not hold the keepsake
to he of value in her eyes. When the
brother of Poris is' murdered this
coin is found near tli murdered man.
and therefore tend.s to divert atten
tion In the wrong direction.
PPKPIN. Aug. 12 (wireless via
Sayvillej. How the rrew of the lit
tle dr-rman mine layer Meteor sank
the Pritish patrol boat Pains:., res
cued of her crew and brought
them safely ashore to Herman soil,
escaping four Pritish battle cruisers
which had gien has-- and cut the
Meteor off from her base, is told in
uno:!icial dispatches made public here
Thursday.
The Meter. r, wliiep. carried a crew
of only about 27, men. uecceded in
passing the Pn;;lisb coast guard in
laying mines along the PritNh coast,
incidentally sank an Publish sailing
ship and took its crew prisoners. n
the niuht of August 7 when she was
southeast of the Orkney islands and
about r-"! mihs from her home ase
the Meteor encountered the p-iti.m
auxiliary cruiser Kamsay and at
tacked and destroyed her. She saved
10 nun and four officers of the Kam
say. More than of the Kams.uv's
complement are believed to have
drowned.
The Pritish fleet was notified by
wireless of the sinking of -the Kam
say. Pour battle cruisers gave chase
to the Meteor and cut her off from
her base, rendering esvape impossible.
In thia emergency the Meteor
stopped a Norwegian steamer. She
transferred her own crew, together
with the captured Pnglishinen from
the Kamsay and from the sunken
sailing vessel, placing them on board
the; Norwegian steamer. The crew
of the Norwegian boat were then put
aboard a boat at a point where they
could reach shore. The' -Meteor was
sunk by exploding the mines on board
her, so that she should not fall into
the hands of the Pritish. The- Her
man crew then sailed the Norwegian
steamer to a Herman port, which
they reached safef.v. bringing their
British prisoners with them.
is itAii.LY s.vi:i.
DPS MO INKS;. Iowa. Aug. K.
I)it. Judge Mr Henry . ae d Pedford
I. Sudbury of Klnomington. Ind.,
having two wives am! returned un
scathed to him a legacy of $:,)"'.").
Sudbury married a Muncie, Ind.,
woman in IV;, but the couple sepa
rated in lvv In put he remar
ri d. Mrs. Sjdbury No. 1 l iter at
tempted to obtain part of the legacy,
but Judge Mr-Henry learned Sudbury
had obtained a divorce by default.
IN.A CLASS BV ITSELF"!
j GROUND FLOOR 3AFE-CONVENIENT
''''T"'' " - -
f ' ? - i - .v
TO INCREASE AMOUNT
OF HOME GROWN FOOD
ljiglNh Cabinet Kcceho Kcpoit
From Hoard of Agriculture
on Quotion.
AT Till; l.VDI.WA.
"The Working of a Miracle," a two
reel Kdison feature, will be shown at
the- Indiana today, introducing Hladys
Hulette and Pdward Parle in an in
teresting story concerning a young
school teacher who is abused by a
cruel guardian and who is saved from
a frightful death by her crippled
sweetheart whose strength is restored
apparently by a miraele. A roaring
college comedy e-ntitled "He's a
Pear," and a laughable romantic
farce. "The Girl Hater," will be
shown on the same liill.
On Saturday dainty Kdna Mayo im
personates a boy in the romantic
drama entitled "The Kittle Deceiver."
and by her personal charm adds much
to the in "est of the picture. Helen
Holme's, t. former South Peiul girl,
w ho has had quite a iTonounced suc
cess in the films by riding wild en
gines and rescuing imperiled train
men, will he seen in a new release
entitled "A Kailroader's Bravery." en
the- smne program will be seen one
of the latest Selig animal pictures,
"iUautiful Belinda."
Coming- attractions of importance
are announced at the Indiana in
cluding the first of the King Tird
ner's baseball s-ries. "Prom Pugs to
Hus; nilie's Punctured Pomance,"
and "Judith of Ptthulia."
AT DKKAMIAM).
A Japanese dancing party will be
held at srpringbrook this evening. Ori
ental s.vavenirs, decorations and music
will be the special features of the
e enim:.
LONDON, Aug. l::. The cabinet
has received an exhaustive report ori
wayns ef increasing the amount of
Ijome grown food in 1 0 1 G submitted
by the food supplies committee of the
hoard of agriculture.
Tho committee finding that suffi
cient number of farming implements
for an extensive increase in wheat
acreage could not be manufactured in
Kngland, has recommended that the
government buy a large quantity of
agricultural machinery in the United
states.
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CHARLOTTE
WALKER
llaiMPonu and talented
dramatic star in
ji:ssi: paskvs
Hreat prcKlu. t ion of
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KINDLING
A Irageely of tin New York
tenements where a mother he
come a thie f to sae the life of
tier !)aly.
A pla" joii will neuT fenget,
iiitndticicur a new (ar to the
screen, hut one well known
tbrouli lier splendid acting- in
"The (TMs,M "Hie Trail or the
LoneMinie Pine," -t'.
Mi-s Walker in pi hate life is
the wife of Fugciic Walker, the
famous dramatist.
"Th
A No a e-oniealy.
Many a Slip.
ere s
SATF KI Y II I. A X C
svi;i;r in -tiii: c li.w."
ii i:
Sl'XDAY '
MAN'.'
tin: fox )-
Hear the FnSaUc IMpc Organ.
10c
Continuems ltoni
U a. in. to 1 1 p. in.
Conic any time
10c
ROBERT CODD, Manager.
A Throe-Keel I'dlseni IMioto-drama ef FmiMial Merit,
"Working of a Miracle"
Two men loc the same girl: one i para;.eel. hut wlini ttie girl is
ling lielples on a railroatl track I i-s tfeiigfli i iniraeuloiily rotor
eel and lie rescue's her. Also two coimiUes, "He's a Hear" anil "The
t;irl Hater."
SATURDAY
"The Little Deceiver"
With ( harming Felna Maye in a hoy's part most of the time. AIm
Helen llolmcv in an e-imine adxentiue' (lirst time here), "A
KOADl'.K'S HUAVIIRV," ami 1U:.ITIFFL KMMNDA
picture.
a Soli m
COMING SUNDAY ALICE HOLLIS
TER in "THE HAUNTING FEAR."
DC
THE AUDITORIUMS
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V f: X K t ' s v vm , '
Today one of the Masterpieces of the
Screen, featuring Edith Storey, the Star
who has delighted theatergoers in every
English-speaking country.
REVEREND CYRUS TOWNSEND
BRADY'S
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Of
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no.
1
iitire Stock s.
of Summer Suits Reduced at Our
i MMM JLMIU ILaillili LCSill v
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1a
verv mother's son who buys here now will get such a genuine bargain
make such a big and unquestioned saving of real monev that he can't
ii i r t . w r.
help becoming a booster tor Livingston methods and Livingston merch
dise-a walking, talking advertisement whose
good-will and good words will do much to make
this great store si ill greater.
We haven't borne down very hard on the
"Do-It-Now pedal, but you'd better play on
the safe side and come at your earliest conveniece.
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50 Suits for
still a good assortment of those fine KUPPEN-
r t Tinnn a o r a r i .
oUllD ipz:, zo and values and take flH
vvuru lur u incy cue uaiauib xi
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(7 l 'f Avenue- .S
There i
HEIMER
V our
Washington
rs
Taffeta I)rs
tv tiers; alx
plain skirts; all
colors. Siitunlay
SGUTff BEM?& GREATEST BARGAIN GfVERSB
1 (a JqT rQiii
- . . , i
rro eu Tall
Skirts in Muo and
Macks: full Hare,
plcatcil and plain.
Saturday only
9
ALE NEW
EST
FALL
SUIT
th
e
loL
1 T
all
newest
not one worth less than
fall styles
i25o Come
tomorrow ana gei an eany
or
amy oee m
th
cliioice
e assortment tor
in
They are made in the newest styles,
whip-cords, serges, poplins, basket weaves
and imported mixtures, in all colors and
sizes. These suits are absolutely the lat
est fall models and can not be duplicated
in any main floor store for less than $25
So Take the Elevator and Save $15
nil) j.
Is)
Special $2.00 Waist FREE With Every Fall Suit Saturday
9C
3C
What docs Kathrinc care about conventions
Vou wouldn't l-uu!tn ou:stli ith clothes either, Lf jou
livtd on a dccr;td Island a- Kaihrine did in
Cvrus Townsend Brady's
Unique Romance
"The Island of Regeneration
A Vitagraph Blue Ribbon Feature in tix parts.
Mias Storey verv chaimir.g i her semi-savAe dress.
t
V.
ee her.
TODAY
Produced under the personal supervision
of J. Stuart Blackton and Albert E.
Smith, in six very beautiful parts.
The Vitagraph company announces as
the second of its Blue kibbon features,
Kev. Cyrus lownsend Brady s unique L
romance, 4THE ISLAND OF REGENRR- I
ATION,, featuring Edith St orev, Antonic
Moreno and EL Rankin Drew,
DREAMLAND
SPRINGBROOK
TONIGHT
JAPANESE
PARTY
Oriental Favors, Decora
tions and Special Music.
BOYS'
TK.VMS OXFOIU)S;
Black and White
KINNEY'S
11 (-122 i:at Wayne St.
39c
COBS FOR FUEL
5c SACK.
LAKCi: IX)AI Sl.OO.
South Bend Grain Co.
TENNIS SHOES
For Men and Women
75c to $2.25.
Walk-Over Boot Shop
t.
houm:
taki: notici;:
ovm:hs.
On a;-oinit .f the iionU- t No hchl
i at 'Xorton tkitL- th- hnr
sh.M-rs at South I'.tn.l, Mishiiwaka urul
Illkh.irt. S.itunhiy. aUs. 14. all shor.s
.liM;d for th day as cuslo-
Rflc
LL1
rtJRNITUllE
enmr inCHGIAX ST.
Up to $15.00
Coats Final
Clearing . . .
GHAS. B. SAX & CO.
$A.50
Public Drug Store
124 N. Michigan St.
"The Cut Rate Drug Store"
THE SAME DAY.
Films left at our store bfcre
9 a. m. arc developed and
printed for delivery at & p. m.
Landon Drug Company
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