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-Ä C at Tin: mtiiii:i i. Tlio 1, ill v.nw at ihe r- Xi'iMn uil! civ.-n ur.;i j,frfc.r m-nnr-y tothiy. : vinnirijT toniorrow tl ilfA' I. ill of an!-il fattirs "Thf Ciirl In th- Moon," .1 f-ct.ic-t.!:r f-intriru' novelty in whlfh an ftrurtn yiunir Kir 1 f!.ts out ov r tho hfad. of the .ni(i!f' whilo ie-itf.l r.rj the tint -f .1 slher moon. Another act of 1; :i uc:i:il merit on thi- same I ill i th- Sliarrorks in their on. 'dy inin-l ifulini; entitlel " Hehin th- Cr.ii:! Stand. ' The Lvreurn ciiN off. r ioIln j.layin;.'. '.nsiinj; an-1 o.m'ir:. Itoth ,ml Kohert.s in rrinie.iy MninK and talk ing an-1 J.trV I,.iier, a inonolo.rl.st, make uj) the iior.im. 'r-'. v dim r. IAS A-1 .; iWA - L A THE SOUTH tfEND NEWS-TIMES .. - ; ; ? . , 1 ... j-. nit ' - "' 'V j-:- . J. . u ,- A-- ;. x ; ; ' . ?:.r : "- J- y-;yAr- -K'-J - 'KfUlV !-:---- r -;tvx V'c-''' -v--:---Al: t . - tf- ' c ' . . .. . ?, i ,- ; '-a o,-- TT . w, ''..v.-wvwi(i.. . . , . -v. ; AA: ::A: .y. -V:; X: --;'-Ä?tÄi ' . 4 ' " ' '"' ' . t ' ' ' ' s c - ' . ' " . t . ' ' . ...... ' -.... ' ' .. ... . A r ' r - i jiffß&mm AT Tin: IaWXLLI:. "The .weker.v," a try of life in P. relluioiiA rornniuriity renter, is the I .a Salle's a tt ra - if n for today. Flora I'aiUer l)ehan i the fe.itureil play-r. Tf;e action ? the yiory centers around h vi!1;ii;i hlack ftoith and his sisU-r. TJi h.tnk fa ft Is rohord ar.rl -omo tools he 1 ritrinir to the yourj,' hlar ksmitli are found ne.ir tl scene of the (rime and lie is arretted on ( ircum'-tantial idence and -sentenced to fifteen ears' imprisonment. The hoy es- Oliver Theater fntineo ai..l Xipht toLy. Oliver Theater MATINEE and NIGHT TODAY IN OLD KENTUCKY As ;m Bright and as New as on the Day of Its Ilirth. si:i: Tlio SfirilMl and Ilvt'itiii lfor Kare. Tlit Famous Keiitiu-ky Thor- The Knlliekins ln of the Inimitable) I'lckaninnlos. Tim St reinvest and Largest Cast the play has ever had. 151s: liinny Novel larade Daily. Matinee 25c. Night 25c, 50c, 75c, $1. rapes from prison and the sister shields him from recapture until he is proven innocent. Tomorrow's picture at the LaSalle is entitled " The Ivish of Destiny," and co-stars fJertrude McCoy and Inincan Mcllav. AT Tili: COLONIAL. Mahelle Trunnelle and Hol.ert Conness will he seen at the Co lonial today in the "The Master I'as Hon," which concerns a woman who left her daughter and hushand in h.er oiiist for fame. She elopes with a music teacher, they pro to Paris, where she hecomes famous as a ureat opera singer. Loiter, when her hushand and daughter po ahroad. she learns of the jrirl'a en Ka'ement to a disreputable noble man and exposes him as a fortune hunter. A nappy reconciliation be tween hushand and wife is brought about. Tomorrow's attractive star is P.aby Marie Osborn in "Joy and the Dragon, a story that is built around the personality of this tiny star. r r OLIVER THEATER TWO NIGHTS MONDAY and TUESDAY JANUARY 15-16 John Cort Iresents VICTOR HERBERT'S Sparkllmr Iu.ical IMay THE PRINCESS PAT With a Miorb C'a-t and Chorus, iiK-hidin KITH Wr.I.CII. and a Sl'I .C I !j VICTOK m:ii- iu:kt oiu iif.stka. I'KICKs 5I..-.0. $l.oo. 7.-,.. .') and J.V. SIIT SALI". IKIDAV. !.IL OKDIKS NOW. MAKY I'lCKFOKD AT ()LIY1;K. Mary Pickford, in the latest Art c.aft picture, "The Pride of the Clan," to be seen at the Oliver Jan. IS. 19 and 20, portrays the Scotch lassie, and when clad In kilts and with her polden hair thrown about her gracefully poised head, she is more beautiful than ever it is said. Jt is a character too that holds out every opportunity to the star for making it one of the most popular parts she has ever created. In other words, it is an ideal Mary Pickford part, and that is just what all of the many Mary Pickford admirers most want. IX OLD Ivi:TTCIvY." " In Old Kentucky" comes to the Oliver today, tflvin a matinee and niht performance. There is much in the play that appeals to every cne, and has made it the success it has been for the last twenty years. There is the deep sympathy aroused by the little mountain i;irl, handicapped by poverty and ignor ance, but with a heart so true and brave that she knows no fear, re gards no danger when love leads the way. There is that dear de lightful Aunt Alathea, and the pal- j lant Kentucky eononel, torn by two conflicting passions, his love for Alathea and his passionate devo tion to the race track. in the cast. A man and a woman are besieged in a rude hut on a tropical island of the south Pacific by two men drunk with gin and opium, who set fire to the house, but the pair inside are saved by a drenching; rain which quenches the ) laze. Later the couple are en trapped in a cave on the Island when an earthquake causes a mass of dirt and rock to cover the mouth of the opening. Escaping from this threat ened death, the two have barely time to get to the open sea when a terrific volcano explosion breaks the little island into a thousand pieces and it sinks slowly into the sea. After a number of other equally as thrilling experiences the pair reach safety. The Selig-Tri-bune weekly of cuirrent events is on the I i 1 1 as usual. Tomorrow brings the first release of the new Push man and Payne serial "The Great secret." Another feature for Thurs day is Kthel Parrymore in "The Awakening of Helena Uitchie." Tili: PKINCFSS I AT. With Miss Ruth Welch heading the cast after its long run at the Cort theater. New York. Henry Blos som's and Vistor Herbert's latest musical comedy success, " The Princess Pat," will play an engage ment at the Oliver theater Monday and Tuesday next. Mr. Herbert's score contains twenty real hits, among which are the mosl popular: " Allies," ' Make Him Guess." "I'd Like to Pe a Quitter Put I Find It Hard to Quit," " Love Is Best of All," " For Better or Worse," "When a Girl's About to Marry," " Neapolitan Love Song." " I Wish I Was an Island In an Ocean of Girls." " Flirting." " All for You," " In a Little World for Two." and "Two Laughing Irish Kycs." urday. matinee and night. James llyains, as Anthony Dar-lin'-r, a New York society man, is heir to a million on condition of his good behavior for a year. Tony is summoned to the Pride shop of Madam Marie, on Fifth av by his best friend, Dudley van Courtland, who on the eve of his marriage to Kleanor Arlington, is being pursued for blackmail by Lala Lorraine, a dancer. Fleanor is expecting her uncle, Peter Pettybone, with his adopted niece. Dorthy (Miss Mclntyre), to attend the wedding. They cause consternation by appearing unex pectedly at the Bride shop where Tony is hiding. Madam Marie rec ognizes Peter as her "Detroit John," who proposed to her when she was in the chorus of " Floradora," and they slyly renew the old acquaintance. WOULD RATHER GO TO JAIL Sullivan Woman Kefuses to Allow j Friends to Furnish Bonds. j SULLIVAN, Ind., Jan. 10. Mrs. !Malis-a Blackburn charged with j killing a hog belonging to a neigh- bor Tuesday refused to allow friends to furnish bond of foOO and went to jail to await a hearing in the cir cuit court. IN A CLASS DY ITSELF" GROUND FLOOR SAFE CONVENIENT") MAN'S HEART BURSTS ft Loa t es Hole Itrse Fnoiigh to IN reive -Marble. ".MY HOMi: TOWN GIKL.M llyams and Mclntyre in "My Home Town Girl," Perry J. Kolly's latest musical oomedy offering, will be seen at the Oliver theater Sat- I-: VANSVILLL, Ind., Jan. 10. Fmil Weil, 13 years old, president of the Keller Crescent Printing Co. and a former president of the Fvansville Business Assn.. died sud denly late Tuesday afternoon. Bup ture of the heart was the cause of his death. The bottom of his heart burst, leaving a hole large enough to receive a marble. Physicians say this is the first case of an actual rupture of the heart ever reported here. A FLORA PARKER H 2 DEHAVEN 2 o m H "THE SEEKERS" A pleasing study of religious community life anion:; a eopIe similar to the Quakers of early days. KFGFLAK I'KICKS .V ami 10r. " THURSDAY Gertrude McCoy and Duncan McRay -wi fe The Lash of Destinv' G. 0. P. SCRIBES TO MEET INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 10. Frank B. Willis, ex-governor of Ohio, will address the annual mid-winter meeting of the Indiana Ilepublican Bditorial Assn. here Jan. 2i. Sen. James K. Watson and Sen. -elect Ham- S. New also will speak. I 7 t. SPIXTAL ATTKACTIOX COMI.VC; IT1IDAY LITTLi: MAKY PICKFOKD in "Poor Little Peppina." ALL SKATS lOc. ZT, .j-r..r.; m I :: i n litniOriiniii-.i'i .., u ... . . . . ... . v . f , .. , mi ir -' i-l- Tt- -- - Ii li" - AT Tili: Al'DITOKIF.M. The Island of Desire " is being rhown at the Auditorium theater , today, with George Walsh featured Mirth Music and Mystery Always r. Good Show r THE 0LBVER Matinee and Night 3 AT UÜ DAY Jan. 13th I Kirri n.v of tin: siisons bi:st mi ical comfdy. . I Uli"" J m Vit I H i W -i ! U I U 4 i, iiiii'tia i ."', it i in iiaii t , i.it. 4 i wu.ui, ........ .v x i.irc, .tiauiie lU'atly. Jack Hall. Clariee Inr. Mao Clinton and coniiMiiy of lift) ieo ple. "Home Tmvn Girl" Amrincntol Or lestra. PKICFS: MatiiKH jre, r.oc, 7:e A. Sl.o; Night 2."k' ÖOe, 75c, 51, $1.50. Mall Orders with Ke xnlttaiKV Idled now. 'A Thursday Friday Saturday A hi r A A mmmmmm c f L ONLY FIRST RUN FEATURE PICTURES SHOWN HERE TO DAY MAB ELLE TRUNNELLE and ROBERT CONNESS in "The Master Passion" Telling the story of a woman who sacrifices love and home life to satisfy her hunger for fame. TOMORROW BABY MARIE OSBORN in her latest and greatest feature, "JOY AND THE DRAGON." A' v I - Yygr Zy yXQ h WZ . vn hi w I and Four Other Feature Acts THE SHARR0CKS THE LYCEUM GIRLS Behind the Grandstand. Music, Songs, Dances. ROTH & ROBERTS JACK LAVIER The Wop and the Cop. Flying Monologist. COMING SUNDAY "THE SMART SHOP" And Four Other Big Acts. Mat. 2:30; Eve. 7:30 and 9. Prices Matinee 10c, 15c; Evening 10c, 20c, 30c q We Hold only two sales yearly. There is no reason for indiscriminate price cutting. A store cannot and does not cut prices in celebration of "May" or "Harvest" etc. When a store cuts the price on its merchandise, it loses money. And a store that is continually off e ring cut-prices soon causes people to wonder when it sells for regular prices! There is but one logical sale reason, nor mally: That is clearance of stocks at the end of each season. And we hold general sales only at the ends of seasons. That is why people have learned to look forward with confident eagerness to Ries Sales. CJThe values offered are becoming this year's furniture sensation and little wonder. Even reductions on the usual-priced furni ture draws crowds. But to get reductions on furniture that is ordinarily the lowest-priced good furniture in town is an opportunity that far-sighted folks will not miss. is not special sale goods. It is the same standard furniture we have offered all season merchandise of certain quality and of extraordinary money's worth. There is but one reason for our holding this sale the only logical reason for a general sale CLEARANCE. So we do not need to pad our stocks with furniture of doubtful quality. When we sell the furniture we now have, our clearance purpose is accomplished. (!A few days and this sale is history. The furniture mar ket, like all other wholesale markets, is extremely unstable, as regards price. And we can never hope to equal the wonderful offers of this sale again. Come tomorrow! Remember your credit is good! Truth in Advertising err 0 -0 SC'JTM BLND w. www cv"-;i .MiCJiKiAN ST. -SZVup IMD1AKA Modern Home lAiroblhfxa Ries Values Aro Real Values I THE POPULAR ACTOR AND NOTRE DAME COL LEGE ATHLETE IN A NEW FOX PHOTOPLAY P. 7 S a 3SZ 133 ea TODAY xsm na Ed ca -- 1 1 'I Hi ' 9 n; il Pearls Signify Tears Quantities were shed during j - ' -' - y 1 j the struggle for their possession in the South Sea Is- '' V - - - y v 'jf- land, all of which is thrillingly told in the new Ä-A'- ' v 'si f: WILLIAM FOX Photodrama, KAA- r-i GEORGE r Pp. n nr. A Wonderful Tale of Love and Adventure with that matchless actor TUT iL Ü A gripping, thrilling and exciting romance and adventure. Battling with the forces of na ture and with unscrupulous persons seeking to deprive her of her heritage, a shipwrecked girl on an uninhabited island in the South seas is saved through the bravery of one man. Mr. Walsh is a former Notre Dame man and is well known here. THE SELIG-TRIBUNE WEEK LY OF CURRENT EVENTS is on the bill. TOMORROW THE BIG GALA DAY OF THE SEASON METRO-BUSHMAN and BAYNE DAY. ETHEL BARRYMORE in Z0AAy --A-'-AA jr . - ? ' I l ; - "--; Si v.-,- ' : : - j; : - i.r--:y. .. : ! if- S j a H I . - . h i. 1(.r)i, i. r.t t ' 3 I ..-n mini mm m m l f 6tnn The Awakenir of ill KT 1 1 KI. IIA ItKVMOIti; eleae Rictile9' A powerful story of a woman's love and renunciation, based on Margaret Deland's famous novel. Also first release of the new serial story, "THE GREAT SECRET' in which FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN and BEVER LY BAYNE are starred. The first episode is given in three reels at this theater on Thursday of th; . week. Mr. Hines has seen the first five episodes and car personally recom mend the picture as the best and most interesting love drama serial ever made. COMING BACK NEXT MONDAY "War Brides," with the famous actress, NAZIMOVA. Not hundreds but thousands were turned away last evening at the most popular photoplay house in South Bend. Let the good work go on.