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1 THEA 1 jir V T- v V. : - . " rri.i. nor'.r." A I '!:' '. H" : ,t ( ! ,vr far. f (i-W'y thit n:i f'.r vorr,- ti:n ir: York ;ul ('! ic.i;ii. K th- tt-tr.i-ti'Mi ;it th- i iliwr th'.t?r thi-i s:itiro. a j.l iv with tra-''-ly of : L a Hi,; f -r th solid o;ir a sa- tiro t t in-i'ir s r :!: tifn fr-r th"i .i.id. and a t-'irlr-'pi'- of th- ! i.-.-ic i f : r .- rt. ! i v. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIME at tin: COI.OM Mi. " I ' r k ti !i ,i i n r-h'-wn nt th'- iV-inni tl t"!av ;ü;i! t)Mrrv. Kth I L.vt'.n in. I irll- ! k u 1 1 ;r th- f. i t ; r I J -: . t r - It l-.i!s with a ' ny )tit i ):!' 'I f.-r hM l,rav-ry iii'l irit-urity, 1- it ufw i "ntrri,.,i to a lif t rrn of irn;ri-f.rirrHnt 1'-rai:-- i.f n J ir'; ri i nt? irruin-1 intial c . i J- i: . AT tjii: r,As.I.Ml "TJ;.- .I.rt.(.y ,,f iHMth", til"; t;t!" r.f tl.- I. . r--I t h ri I lin rirr-us .-:! f,!.l at tin- Ii-.ilK- lo.i.iv. M. .'rt iro a;;. M1U-. Iv.flyn, two ,vro. t-.it:- T- rfcrun r.x, rit.tt t thr jirinci ;a! r .-. A HM- for lift- i rn.irlc lv ii a wir rahj'- arit a ri j- ncrns-i i ti-htptjif ovrr 1 1 1 ri.r on a :-i "!- A 1if-rtl . rii--ily I ram a ' !.tstkj, r.,f.s Liri it", i th.; :it- rr.tcti'Mi for torri'-rrow .it thr- Fisall-ar.-l fMüircs Uvf ('.ciLlcn and Harr' '.trey. In a Iit ion to the marvelous pf-r- !'rm:in of Xaziniov.i, tin star in War llriiii v," th- j(-r f orma n-o of rtri:'J"' la-rkly, as tho mother ". 1 o .--ri'N lier fiur sons to he urouii.l unilf-r tie heel of the war ol. is y.ti-l to r- one of tin mot tie :7iTnInin arnl apit-alinc: rrpii ior traals rer known. "War Ihhhs." th" seratior.al mn-li'-n jiictuie whi' li is now running at the ,tulo!'al-.-r theater, 'hica i.m. will i chown at th Oliver theater for t-Mir la's. opening Sarnlay afternoon. at thi: oniin:i'.M. 1 1 i rli j-ehool (Janein ari'l j'impir.i; liiiii-s ar' f-at'rrl at the orpheum th- la-t part i-f th we.-k hv th" I ill.s faniily. .Mike, the hall room !.it.'r" ami "I'rinfo Henry," two tiai!i 'l hor have tjooJ stunts ir: the art. Sorn' real sir.'in nnd harmony is r uhtrihute-l to th program hy the Vi-toria I'mir. Their at is clean ar:l snappy ami th ir sonm are clev erly rrmlrr 1. The Two Storys In a sinin-, dam int,' and mnsiral enter tainment opened the hill aeceptahly. la 11 nii'l I'r!' t,'ie "vip" c.meJy and several som:-'. Tilfonl ami tmupany with an art entitle I "Ahe Stahihhle," are hook-! for th nii'Mh- position on tlx- hill. hut lue to the tardy arrivel of their j ; , , sc enery Now-ilah am! '., Imiianj J mak'ieiar.s and r.undreadrrs, filled in at the Jir.-:t perform.: nef of th- show. 2 r I i ' ;1 av.siii.to n,.Yi:i:s The Washington Sinaie Players w ill l seen at the Oliver theater Saturday aftrnof)n and nUnt in nine of their famous one-act plays. The Washim:ton s-piarc Players would. r do f,r a steal- lit, hut are to he ru in p t i u s" ' for ii" f t. menus. An I there seems to l.- as careful an arrangement in their dramatic menu as that or tn" appreela tivf hef a sr di-e of rren' h farce, soupy at tin: AiTHTORir.M. "Sha m mie." a tom'-oy, is the c en tral figure d' "A Corner in Col ic ens." :-.-si' i: irrisrale's new play of romanre and adventure in the land ir th shamrf'k in which she is ap)earin at the Anditorium to lay. )ne of four orphaneil sisters is "Shammie" and they live In a little cottage on a hi.; estate, whoso )wner is an American quit un known to them, as h has never taken the trouhle to visit his prop erty or to ask any rent for the house. iKt upi-il hy the four u'irls ami th.ejr uanlian. .Mr. ami Mrs. .Max T'itrman and a single reel ornedy and a Metro trav eh.ue are also on the hill. Tomor row Helen Holmes will he seen in "A lass in the La mherlamls. 'The flat. of Death." the funny trained monkeys, "Thuir; I'.oat Komeo," a two ieel Keystone corriedy, and the Seli'--Tiihune weekly complete the hill. t v ' New la-tr Stoic 0en. The South i:-nd I trend Company has opened a temporary retail pas try department at 1 J North Main street, t spec ially for th holiday J season. 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TWO STORYS Sinzrr and Iaiiffr. SUNDAY SIX LITTLE WIVES" Miijial TaMoiJ. J 4 1 M. ARTURO and MLLE. EVELYN -in- O D "THE JOCKEY OF DEATH - lA i A story of circus life with i All Work i;uarnnt-d. Kxarnlnatlon IYro. WKITi: DKNTAIi rAUIOIUS 111 W. Wo.vh:nffioa At. (Xer Irr' Hook Starr. Both I'hon. Open Hvealnjc J manv thrillinir scenes, one cf ' j - i which is the ride on a bicycle over a wire across the river. Regular Price 5c and 10c 1 . SATURDAY OLIVE GOLDEN and HARRY CAREY in "LOVE'S LARIAT" ; C. L. S. BLEND The favorite coffee of the "World Famed Citv." j . "WTien you Lkiak of IIomrfuxB Lihir.?. Uii nl: of Sailor.' I Regular Prices 5c and 10c. V i V i 3E - Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads