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MONDAY KVKXIVfi. MAY 13.
f 9 TO CONTRQ IS sc 3 1HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMti Etiiwim Fiw3 r j"4"- J LfU Li-i W Ha" PP 11 M II llliü IL ARTICLES MR fYPflRT D U Running Continuously All Seats 25 Cents asxsaczsscss I UN LAI Uli I if ' If War Trade Board to Take!! Charge of Manufacture of , Exports Intended for European Allies. TTASHIN'GTO.V. May 13 Control of the manufacture of articles In- ter.'Jfd for export to th" Kuror.e'ui alll wan instituted to!ay ly the war trade board in afrreenient with th Hier! missions the war indus tries board and th- food adminis tration. New regulations becoming effect ive May 15 require that permission of the allied representatives and of the controlling ugncy of this gov ernment must be obtained before manufacture of such commodities can bekjin or materialize for manu factures purchases. Is Radical Step. The regulation? constitute per- hap the mo-t radical ten yet taken as the trade hoard xnlains, "for th purpose of preventing the use W.s consumption of materials and labor in makinc articles for export, which for the present may not bo exported, and for the purpose of jainr tonnape by prohibiting the exportation of articles which have not been recommended by the gov ernment of the country of destina tion a being necessary for their es sential requirements." All exports to the- United King dom. Franre, Italy and Belgium, excluding their respective colonies, possesions nd protectorates, come under the regulations. Written ap proval of the mission in the United States of the country to which ex portation is to be made, must ac company all applications to the war trade board for export licenses. On filing a license the applicant mujt agree with the war trade board not to purchase It nor ac quire for export nor to take any steps in the proce of producing, manufacturing or fitting for export, the articles specified in the applica tion, until a license actually has been granted. All licenses granted on or before May 14 may be revoked July 1 and new licenses must be obtained for any goods not then exported against the old licenses. N i i i SrCTf IOVEL1 STYLES! Juet one of the many complimen tary expressions heard dally by those inspecting the varied assort ment of beautiful suits at T. S. Garland and Co. Salts. $19.75 to $75. Tricatlnee. Poplins and Polret twills. Serges In b!x different styles rray out of the ordinary. Workman hip perfect. Always a little touch Tweed mixtures In greys and tan3. of distinction at Garlands. Advt wisn YOU 11AD. Before the summer Is Kone you trill wish more than once you had a gas range In vour home. They are such a comfort in the hot months. Always ready for business. No un necessary heat, no dirt, ashes and fuel to worry about, and they are economical. Saving in repairs, saving in cleaning flues. Northern Indiana Gas and Slecfic Co. Advt. NOW'S TITH TIMK To hive your pictures framed when rou are house cleaning ana decorat ing and you know an artistic framed picture Is a Joy for ever w do fine work and our line of pic- tur moulding comprises all that Is new and popular. Portrait and mirror framing a speciality. Ma klelskl Art Shop. IIS N. Main at. Adv. his H3B 11 Seduced Russia Ravished Belgium Strangled Serbia Murdered innnocent Women and Children in Paris and London and scores of other Cities. s with your own eyes vhat what this Monster has done. Destroying the World's Peace the lives of millions of People. See his audac ious, officious, autocratic over-bearing Fiendishnesi. It will make your BIoüq boil. ' The most amazing Picture of the Century. A Sensational Expose of the Private Life of the Kaiser, the Llad Dog of Europe 7 i J Mi t I 1 m -4 1 Li a A js ( r r J l. Alien V CT Li LOW" What Others Say ot THE KAI8ER The Beast of Berlin "A pictorial revelation of frightful- ness instructively vivid. It consti- the military -New York tutes an arraignment of autocracy of Germany Herald. "The likeness of the Kaiser is re markable and Mr. Julian has undoubt edly done what he sit out to do rob the" Kaiser of his terrors.'' New York Tribune. It is the Picture that will make Amer ica's blood boil with rage. Then we'll fight like true Americans. See this ex pose if you have to go without eating to do it. This amazing drama will show you clearly what "kultur" is doing to kill you and me and our people. DO NOT miss this fearless picture. The Oliver Theatre Today 'Everyone agreed with the title of the picture. 'The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin." New York Sun. "It is stirring, sensational, stimulat in e". It received tumultuous aprrov from the audience polite playgoers became an orgiastic mob." New York American. "The audience applauded wildly. 'The Kaiser in addition to its broader military aspects, also inquires into the personal life of William II." New York Times. - - )m p :& iß 0! 1; :iWIa i 111 s V KS s -s V vrx -w Read The Chicago Crit?cisy RSighty Chorus of Praise. SUPERB ACTING "Rupert Julian so cleverly pictures the kaiser that one feels as if he were being -let into a secret from which the rest of the world has been excluded. One is ever conscious of the gleam of insanity radiating from the ambitious brain of this inhuman monster. His vanity, his admiration for pretty femi nine "hands and his unfeeling treatment for the officers of his own regiment seem as if they might have been copied word for word and scene for scene from some dependable history." Chicago Herald. "In masterly fashion, Mr. Julian has drawn his living version pompous, vain, crafty, sinister, cruel, and written it all out in picture episodes that string into the memory. It's a patriotic duty to see it." Chicago Examiner. Keep Away! Aliicn Enemies this pic ture is NOT for you. KEEP AWAY from the theatre un less you wish to be mad dened by the expose of the Kaiser's rotten "kultur." We expose everything. Wo hide nothing. You seo it all in- TIKI I The sensational Ex pose of the private life of the Kaiser, the IVIad Dog of Europe. The Picture that made New York stand up and cheer like mad. The Picture that will make 100,000,000 fighting clawing Americans. Pronounced greater in power than our President's declaration of war. The Picture that will make you thankfull that you live in the U. S. A. The Picture that will sweep America from end to end. The Picture that jammed New York's Broadway Theatre to suffocation. The Picture that set Boston and Chicago wild. f TREMENDOUS STORY "Surcharged with surprises and in tense dramatic moments. You will shout, hiss and applaud in turn at its timely and pungent utterances and mar vel at its exactness and general photo graphic brilliance." Chicago Ameri can. "If you would see the Madman of Europe. voj are recommended to see 'The KAISER, the Beast of Berlin.' The production is thoughtful and mag nificent.' Chicago Daily Tribune. The liver Theatre Today 11 Z2E Tim ctj:axiv aitoist. He should keep all h.'s robes, all Vjter. veils. jlov-s. wraps, coats and cai'S clrnn. Thb is more es sential than to have a clan. shlney motor car. when yon rrturn from a lor.?. d;ity or btormy tour. We are specialists in making used gar ments lock like new. 1'hor.e to j Davies Laundry Cleaning Com-J rny. Adv. i fl NOW PLAYING Univertal Current Events AT THE MTU THEATER TODAY LIE IA1E MKM.O MOOlli: "FOLLIES DE VOGUE" Vitli u Tal-ntI Cat Attradtu1 Clioni. ROACH & McCURDY A Touch of Nuture' BUCH BROS. &r,llltnK the Ilo;!!' TRICED : Ltlaa lc. te, "an. mM d F r n i n g ::S9. :. l-.H. 33 With CARMEL MYERS The slory of a reckless young chap who follows the most convenient plan of get ting desirable employment. Also the big patriotic se rial. "THE EAGLE'S EYE." Tomorrow LOIS MEREDITH in "IN THE HANDS OF THE LAW" MESSICK'S ORCHESTRA 3C 31 Some Fine Anonn TT (Tnno HERE TO-DfiV and Tomorrow .;: : : 1..', 1... . V " :- ' ' 5 - ' ' f: X Irr: KS ' ! VrV:;':" k ': Vvf;-:;y j j 'Mme. Petrova in "The Light Within? rf Li JL Second Petrova Picture JLvsw A BIG DOUBLE SHOW Presenting that Great and Beautiful Polish Actress, IE W ivy Lsi y La In one of the most powerful love dramas ever screened, rr---'Sf: . .... .... -,,',, - . mumm ttfMlfr! THE UGH T ÜITHtCJ' The romance of a beautiful girl's escape from a mis taken marriage a seven-reel drama of especial ap peal to women. If there is a dry-eyed woman in the audience after the silent nursery scene between Mme. Petrova, the old shepherd dog, her four year old son and the man she married for money, her heart is not in the right place. Mme. Petrova is supported by an exceptionally strong company. One must die either lover or husband. The money-won mother in this story can save the life of either her husband or that of the man she really loves. Mme. Petrova por trays the great emotional role in a most convincing manner. This is a big double show. Besides Mme. Petrova's great six-reel drama we will present that good natured Jolly LEW HUFF The Nutty lattcT. PARKER BROS. IIaiuI nalatvxr. THURSDAY FOUR MARK BROS. In "IIOMI" AGAIN" Ami Thrct? Other Acts. EVERY SHOE a Bargain Shoe at GUARANTEE SHOE COMPANY F a Irfhr 99 In- ILjILiILi BOY" EYES EXAMINED BY . LEf.lONTREE, tooth Bn(J' Lecuilnr Optometrist aj4 Jlaaf turing OptirlAa. t2tW isOTTH MJC11IG.VN T TO A screaming two-reel comedy one of the best comedies our favorite comedian has ever been seen in making this an extra fine ladies' matinee entertainment See Madame Petrova at HER BEST. First Run Pictures Only NOTICC The Aftrrnvoa rdltl f The vr-Tlmes orrlca a apciJ mU f tolr' plrtaro. TODAY That Delightfully Quamt Comedienne, MABEL NORMAND "JOAN OF PLATTS BURG" Alo LaSalle Screen Telegram. Tomorrow Retxirn Engagement by Pop ular Request of NORMA TALMADGE -in- BY RIGHT OF PUR CHASE" The theme of this story a wedding without love is treated in a most novel man ner. How a society girl fallo in love with her husband after an enforced marriage, lends a new twist to an old situation. Also another episode of 'A DAUGHTER OF UNCLE SAM.' Wednesday MARY WARREN in "THE VORTEX" Military plajs aiv of timely Inter est anl ".loan of Pljitulmrif." shown at the IuSalle txla. lrim;s out the Ieli;5l of m 1 I tr training ramp with trlllnp reali-ni. Mulxl ormand. 1 1 liir. lia- ocuiM 1m-1 in the screen more pul.ir than 'he wa in tlio K1 day when he playcxl in Krj stone eomcdle. When the rTiia Talmadße pjr ture. "By Itlaht of Purchase. was shown at the I.nSa!Ic theater In Apiil. the rillclMii of thi per was as follows: "Society Irama of the rlaiet sort and Norma. Talniadfe In un emotional irle, nn- tiie ft'fttun-, of the LaSalle'rt picture, 'lly Hlht of Purchase The title fairly well de in1ln" the situation developed by the plot. A society cirl In with a poor chap, married a rich maai for liN money and rxition. Kupene O'llrieii makes a line leading man for the s(;ir aitd In all the Mrncj of mental n?nl-li and n neri.!-!! shares equal honors with the talent ed and attractive henMne. Th pro duction Is In ever- particular mic-nUleent." ROSCOE FATTY ARBUCKLE ev ine Deu Doy PARAcAOUMTiARBUCKLL '-.. Use the News-Times Want Ads for Best Results NOTICE! We are about to install in South Bend a business furthering: an already established business. We require the services of a lady with business experience. Refer ences required. Address communications IMPERIAL MFG. CO. Fort Wayne, Ind. Try NEWS-TIMES V. ANT ADTry NEWS-TIMES WANT ALf