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19 THINGS THAT NEVER KAPPEN ' f '-n wovon toother with an Inton- : y th it i;irs r.o or-nortunity fori TYT n of on?e. AT Tin; CASTI.n. Th' so who huvo ever lor.od to t awiy froni thoir humdrum px- inc. OUUIH tttSSD NEW5-1 1IN1L5 t U'-ssä?; et v v.-.-, i i ' " ' ' - ; ' . .v.J. n t .l ! j : K: u .-' ' '' ; IU Should Profit by the Experience of These Two V omen Buffalo, X. Y. 4iI am the mother of four children, and for nearly three years I su lie red from a female trouble, with paim j ! J WHAT ARE. YOU AfßAlCM V VV. ; f or? a little racxisc p sKZ) - , v WONT HORT YOU r ? ; . ; -""- ' - J- : t r i r f.- ii t:iil''i it ')i 'fi ' "i V'TYtCT, J' - ' '- I - - . . . O i'r .II, a ' ' J i 11 K 7 t 1 !) Slartnnj story of Germany's intrigue agab:t Aa erica In this tremendous photoplay epic Mr. Gerard tears the last shred of secrecy from the whole poisonous web of Prussian intrigue. He lays bare the whole Prussian system of espionage and treachery, beginning with the tragic Zabern incident in Germany right through to the final answer to the Kaiser the American boys "going over the menace cf autocracy. . ' Iff M THEATERS I ffolinps tl;.U led th prrtty heroine I of Th- Purrh1 I-iiy." th" Castle's! i-ii :-:to for to.lriy inj "omorrow. tot i'.o J.rr quiot northern home and r lcin- ha nil. Kitty Gordon ;s tho st.tr and sives a wonderful i!.toi-;jr-tatitn of the '.on-.an who. wl-rri sli- fo-ind excitome-nt piling up too fast, scurried tack home and came to the realiza.t.on that the north and a faithful husband were tli o two things she most desired. ''eni;oance and tho Woman" is als-.-, a foature of the program for two da vs. top to wipe cut the This tremendous photoplay will make clear the whole story of the war. Don't miss it! ONE WEEK, Starting MONDAY MATINEE Twice Daily 2:30 P. M., 8:15 P. M. SPECIAL ORCHESTRA. Afternoon 15c, 25c and 50c. Evening 15c, 25c and 50c. FACTS NOT FICTION. Catchy Song Hits Feature "Riviera Girl" at Oliver r - Wilda r.ennett. Sam Hardy and Carl Cantvooit, together with a larie and miscellaneous; cast, pre sented a ery pleasing musical com edy, "The Itiviera Girl." to a ca pacity audience at the Oliver theater last ni?,'ht. The show was not sup posed to be a problem play, but many in the audience pondered a serious problem as they walked up the aisle on their way out: Which of the many catchy numbers was the real sun;' hit the feature sons? Tile scenery was typically ur banes'i'.ie. It was of that delightful vaiietv of structure and color which' makes the stase a seeming play ground for the characters, instead of a boxod-in platform. The plot was not deep one wouldn't expect tbat but there wa.s a plot. The a.-- he sits in front of his little coun try general store he hears a regi ment of "boys in khaki" passing. I'nable to resist the appeal that is made to Iiis lihtin spirit, lonc lyinir dormant, he hurriadly done hi:--old army uniform, srabs Up his musktt, and joins the boys of '1. One of the best acts on tho i is presented by the Hoyal Gaseoines. novelty jurrIers. Tho male mem ber of the company is one of the cleverest scon here the past eason. Other acts on the hill are 1 leru'piist hi others, hu'h-class accordionists, and Arthur and Grace Terry, lariat a r lists'. at tin: oijvi:k. Thre will bo an initial perform ance tonight of Adelaide Hall's preatest success. "The .Cutest Girl In Town." with .Miss Tiny Leone in the title role. "The Cutest Girl In Town" is on) of the feature productions of tho entire stock season. It is a comedy drama, oncernin the adventures j r.f it r.eimorv littlo Vriirrif iii firl i i it - - - . .... - i . who insists upon cob bratinr the j ' riMTTY FACKS Do no .-Jways attract tu the well roomcd person never fails to at tract. Mrs. L.. K. rioce find her staff at the Royal Beauty Trlors in the Farmers Trust building are experts In the cure of your hands. nails, skin, scalp and hair. They sure can make you look and feel like the real thin-,. Phones. Home 6360, Be:l 21. Advt iwcTonv icxrmtTs. Have your tires repaired by fac tory experts. We absolutely guar antee our repair work to iast the life of your tire. Our service car is at jour disposal. Free air, free ser vice. Come and let us show you what free service really is. Skiff's Tire Service Co. 4 36 S. Michigan sr. Phones, Home 5239; Bell 1619. Advt. Catholics Bibles, prayerbooks and rosaries, at Schilling's. Advt, 3530-19 NOW PLAYING ij Universal Current Events ii . CHARLEY GRAPEWIN gul thinks sho is in love with one Fourth of July in Kn-land. rteht at man. but after sho has married an- the time when her scheming rela other man for his title, that she j fives are endeavoring to marry her may bo high enough socially to j to nobility. Having designs on a marry the first man, she discovers i manly young civil engineer from that she loves her husband. ! America the "cutest" girl raises the Sam Hardy, as Sam Springer of : Stars and Stripes of Independence I'ishMirg. 111., with Juliette Hay ns, ami the curtain falls upon a happy First Run Pictures Only J 1 nHj Put ip Afternoon I dit'ton of Tti rnrrie u :Miu review of nr. TODAY BELLE BENNETT in- A SOUL IN TRUST' Also LaSalle Screen Tele gram of News Events. TOMORROW A Stage Success Last Sea son, a Screen Sensa tion This ALICE BRADY in "THE KNIFE" An adaptation of Eugene Walter's wonderful play. It is one cf the strongest roles ever i;iven Miss Brady to portray. SUNDAY CHARLES RAY in j 4 THE SON OF HIS t: FATHER" Belle Bennett, although quite new to i tilted drama, ha- already at tained a wide popularity. Her work in mu Ii photoplay a "The I'tiel of laie" and "A-die oT Hojm" stamped lier a- an actio of rare emotional talent;. "An Alien iaioiny." starring Louise Hill, the boa lit ii'ul s teen :im. Iile. i hooked in :i foi-ilw itniifi I.avalf' at If act ion. l hi-. U an ep lial drama of meiian hcait-. presenting the strange situation r a soiit born to liee.Ioni. yet cn-l.unl to 1 1 io doe trines of I)1(wmI aul Iron. Conceited and ritten by Monte M. Katter jolm. it is one of the gear's be-t screen olV'ii ngs. "Ihrdie," his wife, furnish consid era'do fun. Their song. "It's Iluild a Little Pungalovv in iuogue," nearly "stopped tho show." ther songs that were well received were "There'll Never P.e Another Cirl Like Paisy," "Man, Man, Man," and "Just a V iiee to Call Me Hear." And that last one is what the man finish. There will bo only thre per formances, with a matinee tomor row and a final performance to morrow night. Sunday will bo the Lst day for the IM. Williams Stock company this soa son and a local play by a local author with the scenes laid in South Lend will bo the at traction. It i;1 a great comedy drama wlio was soiling the music in the I with loads of comedy. There will lobby declared to be the feature song of the show, thus settling many ai guments. AT Till; OKPHKVM. Orpheumites will bo treated to an entertaining bill at the Michigan st. vaudeville theater the last half of the weck. "harlie Orap?v.in and Anna I'hame, who were soon here tho fore part of the week in the comedy sketch. "Poughkeepsie," are favoiitts on tho iw bill in "Jed's Vacation," a second episode of the original sketch, and one thit is e qually as amusing as the first. Arthur Angel and Violet Fuller in "A Leal Soldier," gives the former an opportunity to portray a clever characterisation of ti Civil war vet eran whoso patriotic fervor is as in tense as when he joined the colors in. 'CI. Angel introduces some laugh- jaiue eomoy oaring cue pieee. 1 no j time is the present and at the close be a reception after the matinee Sunday afternoon and the audience will be invited upon the stage to bid their friends a personal good-by. Refreshments will be served. Tho performance sunday night will he i attended with surprises and a big time throughout the evening. PRICES 1 Latin 10c, Evening 10c. tOr. Mr. Son. tkMd Holidays S:0. :-.io. t:00. Mattae! Daily tit. Assisted by Anna ( hanee, in tlie laughable eonutly, ".led's Vacation." ANGEL & FULLER "A Ileal Soldier.' ROYAL GASCOIGNES Wizards of CaAttntion. Arthur and Grace Terry Lariat Artists. BERGQUIST BROS. Accordionists. SUNDAY PRINCESS KALAMA And l our Other Acts. 2 ZS. During the showing at tho diver theater of the screen version of "My Four Years in Cennany," Ambassa dor Gerard's startling book. two performances will be given daily, one in tho afternoon at 2::',0 and again in the evening at S : 1 5. Th-? engagement starts Monday after noon ami will continue for an en tire week, ending tho following Sun day coring. The picture shows the iT.cidonts that forced America in'.c the war and the intrigues of CcMiruny.s militaristic Kaders. i " I he ."son of Ibunocrac j" or as it is mote pouilaiIy Known. "Ihe I.if. ot LiinoMt. starts m tlii theater on lriila. April oih. CotuiHtoed ofS P) complete two-rccl dramas, thet br-t of which i-. entitle,! "I P Mother." this s,.j;li j ,,. 0 tr. light old and oung. r a a n o 1 ! 1 i a I I ! V I I lit uxnf IN rraT" 'ea a c F7 n ? ? rnf CL li4 5 2 AT THE urn fi i3 THEATER b ! - i. v I l r .- i 3 1 Ü J L-a Ü Use a NEWS TIMES WANT AD cm Today and Tomorrow i H 8-, With Beautiful KITTY GORDON The locale of this entertain ing drama is laid in the pic turesque Adirondack moun tains. Alio another episode on "VENGEANCE AND THE WOMAN' Messick's Orchestra AT Tili: AUHTOlill'M. Lryant "Washburn, one of the most popular stars on the screen, has a double roio ideally suited to his un usual taients, in "Twentv-Om a ! h lively story of love, mistaken iden tity and amusing situations, heing shown at the Auditorium today. Mr. Wasrhiirn plays tho rolo of Jimmy MufTerton who. when ho becomes cf age, takes a thousand dollars starts out to seek adventure. Tn wanderings ho meets Dave Carey, a pugilist whom he finds looks ok- actlv Ilk,- himself, and he nersiiades i hin- to trade honu-s and identities I for IS hours. The pugilist likes th" J j esse anil luxuries of the Mufferton ! i mansion and shows no inclination to j (Pio thorn up. and by Ins failure to J keep the agreement Jimmy is forced j to meet a regular battler in the , i i'rize ring in Iae's place. After I "tany exciting and amusing situa-: 'ions Jimmy comes Into his own j a rain. A "Ixufsnine Luke" euro dy, j r.o of those clever Sidney Irev i ! eomedies and a hand-en!. red film 'showing scer.es in -"Yellowstone" ' Lark" ar. nl-o on tod iVs bill. To- . , nmrrow "Shnrt"" ITari'dton will bo a j seen in n f.ve-reel w stern play call- I C i f d "The Fnail." I $ 1 : ii TONIGHT SATURDAY MATINEE and SATURDAY NIGHT The Ed. Williams Stock Co. will present THE FEATURE PLAY OF THE ENTIRE STOCK SEASON 4 8 116 mo H S"ÜBBA est Gin Town" IT Till' I Ii. t I t 1 .11 i Mi. I. - j ( I e ;cy S I..1MIIC plcTUre Js f n- t;l.l "A p.v.il in Tr-'s." and stars I I'-lIe IJennett arid J. T'r:."- Sherry, two poj,i;ir ? 1 m favorites. The Si This play will make you talk. SUNDAY IMATINEE AND 3 NIGHT, APRIL 21st, fiIn Old Indiana' All scenes laid in and around South Bend. i Ell k " s v 4.V;V i mi nrvuiii io ui r t av 1 mm wm k ' in my back and side, and a general weakness. I had pro fessional nttpTidanro mot of that time but did not seem to 11 s lief hK'rtTf T f1oiilofl T-r I rdin V w3;y'V"v,V -,CU Mill. V.s )V i.i-s i.'iK a. u.uu.u .J u J uja I'mkham s cgetabic compound vine:i 1 Had seen advertised in the newspnperp, and in two weeks notked a maiked improvement. I continued its use and am now free from pain and able to do all my house work." Mrs. B. i. Ziellnsiia, 2Ö2 ATeiss Street, Buffalo, X. Y. Portland, Ind. "I had a displacement and suffered fo badly from it at times I could not In? on my feet at all. I was all run down and so weak I could not, do my housework, was nervous and could not lia down at night. I took treatm vts from a physician but they did not help me. jiy Aunt recommended ' l.vilii V. Pinkhnm'.st Verpfnblt" Cornnotind. I tried it and now I am strong and weil again and do my own worc and 1 give J.ydia r.. nnKiiams Comix)und the credit.'' Mrs. .1 o s e r ii i n k Kimble, 035 West Kace Street, Portland, Ind. Every Sick Woman . Should Try IYDIA E.P1NKHAM MtDlClNE CO. LYK H.MASS. TW STeon o-nr.i of n w e r n t s i s aN- in !'!!-.! on th 7'r"-v.i:n. Alico I'r oly. one f tho r;-o--n"s' ! mos-t 1'oautif al emotional ac tresses, j is tomorrow's s'ar at th" T.a?.ii:e in ; a ret'im t. era cement of F:u-erte Walter's irre it pictur" ! sue ''Tlie Knife." Tn dra m.i t :c am i!;; this ' sue . -ssful t-1.- -arne,i a n'ao as a . stn co jTo-l i;rt ion r.f tr"-m !'' is 'power, yrirr.ful of interest ar-.i Iwilir. upon c-rtiin 7has--s of lif ; hat are painfuliy h.ir.l to -eil::'e. I Tho tr ry wn pTrticuljy'y v'l ; adapte.l .-rn ir.f-rp -etation ar.'I i i the r.umcro'-s O.ramat'j '."-r.s hüe Union Trust Ccmp?Jiy Sife Deposit Coxes with special facilities for the privacy of customers. Don't Pay Cash for Year Yfwr Crerllt In Gcfd At GATELVS 1 Michlxn Kt. " ' I ' . :' Jf, ' ; i S : ; ; s - 3 : ä 4 IT . " V m 1 1 I Auditorium So day Look who's here The popular favorite that always irrakes good, and the welcome sign is forever awaiting the coming of our esteemed S T S- T i VÜUL VV to be seen in his first new Pathe play V '. -v A. : f ... . '.-:v,:5i I i i- .' - : f v .- - ? : : ". '"i - " r . - ' '. ... :' .-. ' r . " "' K - ' .X . i ' i !'j :.i::'H":'.-,;'i ' J f: t-V " , J r . f ""v-';; "T wenty- One" A five-reel comedy-drama by George Ran dolph Chester, that we cheerfully recom mend way above any photoplay that this popular star has ever appeared in, and will increase his popularity 100 percent. "BE FORE AND AFTER TAKING," laughable Sidney Drew comedy. Also another one of those Pathe beautiful natural colored scenic pictures. "YELLOWSTONE PARK" and "THE GEYSERS," and "LETS GO," with funny, popular Luke. Anyone looking for one hour and 40 minutes o real fun and amusement, don't miss this grand entertain ment. A good friendly tip Never miss any of our Friday shows, and this is one show you will come out and tell George, the door man, about, and you will apologize to him for remaining to see it over again, it's so good. MONDAY AND TUESDAY We advise the ladies, children and all who can to come to the matinee, as there surely will be some crowd and some great show with that great war drama, "OVER THERE," in six reels, and Harry Green, a Chicago professional singer, who will appear at every show and sing George M. Cohen's greatest success, "Over There," and other new patriotic songs. And last, but not least, the million dollar comedian, the only CHARLIE CHAPLIN, in his first new comedy, "A DOG'S LIFE," that we can safely say is the greatest side-splitting three-reel comedy ever made. A two hour show with no advance in prices. TOMORROW A fine, sensational five-reel western comedy-drama, "THE SNAIL," feat uring the Real Cowboy, SHORTY HAMILTON. PATHE NEWS of Current Events; "CIR CUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE," pleasing drama; "WORD OF JOSE," Christie comedy. Some kiddies and grown-ups show. If You Had the Only Store in South Bend Then, and then only, vou might have some excuse for not advertising in the News-Times. Then having the only store in South Bend, you would get all the business you could do maybe. But You Haven't, So why take a chance on some one of these 50,000 pros pective customers of yours, who read the News-Times every day, missing" the news about your merchandise or your service. If you have something to offer in the way of better goods, lower prices or better service, then it is your duty to tell every one of the people who would be benefited by that merchandise or service. Vou can reach fifty thousand of those prospective customers by South Advertising in The Bend News-Times