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KTcr.nY AFn.R.voo.v. jtxe i. lois. THE SOUTH BEND NEWSTIMES M BOCHES MAKE MORE A SPITALS Most Frightful Scene in Cam paign of Terror Carried on by Germans Since the War Began. :! V.77H Tifi; F:mTL-H A P.MY IN i i:AN'i. ,i ,pf 1 - l-ar!y ThJr? '.; rr.orriiT--' i;rrr.ftn airmen orn.''l nri'ther hovpit.il this time .1 t..i!:.i.lun jr,t ,tut;')n an 1 e.i t- li H l 'T.M.I' t i If toll Of Jrtit'.'.S. A:r."r: kiil'd 1-y the explosion r I j. r ; i ' s "a i s ,i.n A.'uf-r.oin :uelu.il omter " bo vn. .idii!inis?e.rin anac-i-fh.tic to .t Bnr:-h fffr in the op-iHn- room w. h-n th.t part of the (i'.-p;rjl wa.v Jrmli.he.J. The raid . u rr.d at o'clock in the 'rorr !n The hr.-j.l al aft.-irrd a lare 1 n . Jt h."l leri In existence .-.inee tr." e.irly d.i's of the war an.I was i:iarfl I hwe Ite.l 'rov ins. The (irrm.in a;rmen working partly : the lihl of th" moon, dropped i" i j r h-)in'..- neir th- hui-piLal and then not a.'?irnll) ai-le to s e e- ii !iy ulu-re tlity w re hitün;. lu'ht- 'I a hrilliant fl-tre whi'h w.'u let to illuminate the surrounIinp. Il lcsir Another Hoinh. As the place w.i.-, lighted up by th; Hare, they rel.-eil another bomb or t'AO, which dropped squarr 1 on a lar-e win; of the hospital. In th.. n iru' inf'c w f re three Hours on the bottom one of 'Ahith wa the operating room. n the story above were the ot'h' e and patients' loom an! a bow them iuto mcm ! r. of the iio.-r;t.il personnel, part of the wi:is- w.i.s deti.ohshed by the Kir;!;r epio.-:on and in tri y unfortu nate tin nn err Kill-'l ni 'ound ed whni tiio tnjd'lin' "bap.-ol and 'Mjrr.e.l th i u . .trane to say thp whn -v.-re on the top finer had better lu. k than those Pelow tlie.jn and several -(ape(j be.ame they foil oil top of the debris. The ar-eons ere just about to operate n an aviation ofheer, and the Ameru-in rmdical orhcer 'Aas i-randinc by with the anae.-the-tie vhen the crash canif. All thfe in the room wtp buried under an ,'svalanrhe of brick and woci work. The demoli.-hed win" taucht nrp und toji r-.ed Jicriely with many ic lir: -till pinned in the wn-ekae. Vol hin More A fill. Nothing more awful has occurred in the annals of the hospital sfr jro s;ne- the war I'-an. I"er" NOW PLAYING ! Universal Current Events I i FIVE OF CLUBS I 0- , 2CH-. II olid:); 1 vnJrn 7;:. 9:00 Ml lnv 1 raily 2 : "Piorroit'- Dream. HAMPTON & BLAKE LORIN HOWARD In -r.i:,- A Mwory I arer i J LAN BARRIOS on.;- an! Cjimoiillacr. i h BERT HUGHES TROUPE 1 I in pt-a fi Ai-Ii-i. I'.einln Sjind.i "THE UNBELIEVER" I'm lure f I i tn t i t u and la triofif Infer-i. I M 1 ! IN I III. .VY. Tin: i: ii i rou i'k.ht IM, 1 1 N . 5 . V i - u - $1.89 4 SATURDAY and MONDAY RIES SPECIAL Si.'Hur.tia! F-'Idir.j Card T.iMe, tln'.5,,..1 in rnjhoir.y. h.'-nj or C O. D. r-rjrs on i i i 1 1 I V ' 1 ' t:r l.ire lir.j ut" Ri; t j. - -Tri ; . c f .v. - . - . ... - i- w- ' I, , r ' ' v-..; -a li ! ( j St'T.uj Kjf rubral-:. - available peron in the neUhMr-hoo-I vk a railed on to ayit In the rescue and t'.vo f.r l.rUa-ies wer'' c.ie.i in. With the aisunce r.f 'lrs an.I oth'r f.re a pp tra t'J?, the hospital proper '.vas rapicJIy empt'.M of patier.13 an.I staff. It was a de? per.ite situation. A rarin furnace rf p re.-er.teil wh.it was loft of th hi win. Srores ef persons worked fren zie.lly at the flaming masa of twist ed timbers in their attempts to reach those buried, and many un conscious forms were rarried out by heroic men who risked their live?, to rach th-m. Kxcellnt -work on the part of th firemen finally resulted in the fire Mine extinguished, but there wro still many victims, in fluJin more than one sister, buried m the pijns. There was no hop that they Tvere alive. GOVERNMENT MAKES COAL ORDERS CLEAR WASHINGTON. June 1. m makini; public the text of the order issued a few days ato, forbidding tiie us- of eoal and fuel oil on pri vate pleasure yaehts. the fuel ad ministration Friday made Clear that no interference with the use of -asioline in motorboats or auto mobiles is intended. After tomor row private yaehts may use fuel only to vet home by the most direct route. 11 GOVERNOR TO GIVE ANSW War Board Inquires Into Min nesota Commissioners' Labor Proclamation. V.'ASinNGTON'. June 1. The rational war labor board today ask fd Coy. Hurnquist of Minnesota to explain why the Minnesota puolic safety commission has promulgated u set of principles to govern indus trial relations in that state which are different from thoe enunciated by the war labor board for the country at lar?:e. Joint Chairmen Taft and Walsh announced that the step had been tab.en in consequence of a complaint tiled by the Minnesota state federa tion of labor. The letter to Gov. r.urnquist follows: "In the cause of proceedings be fore our board a dispute has arisen as to your proclamation of March "0. IMS. in reference to the .set tlement of industrial disputes during the war. "In thi connection we should be crateful if you would advise us as to the basis for this proclamation, and a.', to who were the. signers of the petition which resulted in the issu ance thereof." Safety IWard IVnrlamation. The Minnesota safety commission proclamation against which the oompla-int is directed, reads as fol lows: "That employes hall not ask for rerocnition of a union whieh had not been recognized before the war. "That employers, by a lockout or other means shall not try to brek up a union which had been recog nized iWore the war. "That employers and employes aree in Rood faith to maintain the existing status in every place of cm plovment of a union, non-union, or rpen shop." The war labor board has been op erating under a proclamation of Tres t Wilson which has been held to guarantee to unions the risht to organize. The Minnesota state fed eration of labor in its complaint said that the state public safety commis-f-ion nad adopted the proclamation civen on the strencrth of an as sumed acreement between the fed eration and representatives of the employes, but that the federation was not officially a party to the r-rreement- onnn;i.i,ovs. attkntiov! AM members of South Bend lode. No. 2 0, and Schuyler Relekah 1 od ire are requested to met at the hall, corner .Main and Washington sts.. f-jr.day morning at 10 o'clock to j-o in a body to the First Meth 0(i;j;t church to attend services, .o- joumin brother? and sisters are in vited. Other lod-res of the order will bo Tvelcome to assemble at our hall so all can ro in a bodv. COMMITTKr. South T.end I-de No. 2?. Adv. 4SI9-1 XOWS Tili: TIMK To have your pictures framed when vou are house cleanins: and decorat-h-.c- and you know an artistic framed picture is a joy for ever ve do fme work and our line of pic ture moulding comprise? all that Is rew and popular. Portrait ana r.'rror framing a speciality. Ma kielakl Art Shop. 1 IS, N" Main bL Adv. II AVK Till. SAMft ;00 1 ATTLTV TIOX. The lar-: deposrtor and the small depositor receive the same courtesy and respectful sendee at thi? bank. We put fortn our tst efforts to make fleallng here a pleasure. We a?k you to favor us with your bank ing business, whether it is little or much. No account is too large none too small to receive our good attention. Merchants National Bank. Advt. nnMKMTurj?. All work guaranteed on a money-r.ick-lf-we-do n't -make-pood basis Silverton Cord Tires are given ex pert attention here. Ask for our special price list. We maintain a service car for you. Don't hesitate to call on it We can sell you ?nv r. ike of tire manufactured. Taylor T r Shop ir.2 K JefTeron t lvd Bell rorr Advt. j Doctt ay you av U In thj l-sp.ipci; Sax i.'HinÄW Y- r :. -y v- : - ' X'--M L J TARZAN OF THE APES DROVE HIS Yp KNIFE PEEP INTO THE LION jJ Tltf- Olivrr, one srdid week, startirur Suiulav niatine THEATERS at Tin; castli:. Another showing of "The Cab aret." which features Carlyle niack well and June i:hide. will be driven at the castle theater today. "The Woman in the Web" is also on the bill. Tomorrow; screen offering at the Castle theater is a picturization of one of Kobert W. Chambers' best love storiec. Kntitlcd "The Hutinc.-s of Iife," this was widely read when it appeared as a magazine r-erial. It tells in an entertaining manner how the unswerving faith of a prirl in the man she loves, finds its own re ward and brings to her a great hap piness. Alice Joyce, whose prev ious screen work has endeared her to her millions of admirers, has the stellar role. at Tin; oFirmxM. Final performances of the vaude ville season's last bill will be given at the Orpheum theater this after- ! noon and evening. A particularly! good bill headed by the Five of j Clubs in a real vaudeville novelty! includes Hampton and Tdake, a clever pair in song and dance. Lorin j Howard's interesting mystery farce j "äl-V Jean Harrios in songs and camouflage and the F.ert Hughes i troupe of cyclists. j Peginnin- tomorrow the theater j will remain open another week pr- j senting the stupendous patriotic of- ' fering. "The Unbeliever." Adapted j from Mary Shfpman Andrews' story, "The Three Things." this is said by critics to be the one of the greatest dramas' the war has produced, won derfully staged and acted. Full of romance, action and up-to-the-minute interest and with the addi tional merit of a military back ground Tn full action, this photo play should attract widespread at tention. Raymond MeKee one of Uncle Sam's marines and Mar guerite Courtot as a pretty Belgian maid, taught in the ort"x of the war, are the principal character. AT THi: Al IUTORIt M. The pictures being shown a.t the Auditorium today are "My Hus band's Friend." a hve reel drama: with Frank .Mills; "Who's Wife." a j funny comedy, and the Pathe News! of the latest events of interest. To- j morrow the last episode of the sen- i sational serial story "The) Bull's Uye." will b shown with the first! episode of the new wild animal se-i rial. "The Uion's Claw," featuring , Marie Wakamp. who will be re- j numbered in "The r:?d Ace." "I'm" a Man." a two reel picture taken ! from one of Judge Brown's stories: ! "Mutt and Jeff." the funniest of all 1 cartoon characters, and the Pathe New? of late events. i at Tin: omvi;r. It's a peculiar picture, this 'Tar- j zan of the Ap-s." which comes to I th Oliver theater tomorrow for a ! week's run. Uons in combat with! men; leopards and jaguars attack-' ing human beings: apes and gorilla j in fierce and primeval struggles-; ( killing lions before the camera eye: I raiding a cannibal village, with an elephant or two taking the lead in! the atta.ck; and intertwined are : t three romances, three distinct love i stories. The picture was made tn the jun-les of Brazil fir up the dreaded Am.i:;on river, where the primeval jungle, funzus overgrown and overrun -vith deadly snakes and ( insects, afforded the mot remark able atmospheric background imag inable. at Tin; OLIVIIR. TTiveI-rs throuch the far ei;t are familiar with the tyres of s-treet entertainers er "fakirs' famous throughout the or.nt Lyman H. ' Howe, whn? Travel Festival opened a two daj-5 engagement zt the Oliver theater yesterday, ha caught one of the odd varieties. This street entertainer of Can ton, an old Chinaman, specializes in the gentle art of smashing rocks with his head. He places a iU-n- in the rni.i. lie f Ihn tr--t, taks :t deep brath, ie.lp into ihr a if aril lali.is t-iitl t-ul :irinl li-.iilfi'tf nu'M on tilt r.k. Tiie c-i! at'iv sh.itt'-r the ore. Th. ...Idity .I'snf thins.- r. r. 1 one o : man r-e rli the ' Hiic iMinf-r.i. in . re in. r r. A i k r t,e i rr photivnpln'- Trip ttir izh i rhin.V rill- It 1 4 k " s the Mf tour I ist into ihc iaci t-ö'-ners of the teletial empire, including the fam ous Forbidden City of Pckin. The new Howe program also numbers a picturesque and lomprt pensive tour through Alaska, a. visit to Coney Island t-y day and ni?;ht. a thrilling mountain lion hunt in Montana, and intimate views of Uncle Horn's mantic war caterpillar tractors in action. Animated caricatures. and film novelties, typical of t lie Home en tertainment and immensely popular vith its patrons, will be freely in terspersed throu-rhcut the program. There will be a aatince today at 2 : " 0 . v ith a speciil price of 1 cents for children. VIVIAN MARTIN I i:ti :iitai x rc c onm v A comedy, opening in the west and transferring the action to Kng- Ell Lb W E Ü3 THREE PERFORMANCES i TH&1AS A. IDJSaV. INC AND GEORGE KJLEJN IN CONJUNCTON WITH THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS THE GREATEST ric BASfD ON THE BOOK "THE THREE THINGS"' BY MARY RAYMOND SHIPMAM ANDREWS IT RINGS THE LIBERTY BELL OF WORLD FREEDOM AND TAKES YOU OVER Matinee Daily 2:30; Sunday 3:00. Evenings 7:30 and 9:00. PRICE5 Matinees, 10c, 20c; Evenings, 10c, 20c 30c t?? ' i'.. i iiaHlMT""?'-! n ii ii n ii - 'in ii i i i i First Run Pictures Only 7, TODAY Scr eenbnd's Sweetest Ingenue, VIVIAN MARTIN "THE FAIR BAR BARIAN" Also SON OF DEMOCRACY" repeated until 6 p. m. Tomorrow That Likable Cowboy Actor, ROY STEWART "PAYING HIS DEBT' A powerful story of the plains in which Mr. Stewart plays the dual role of hero and outlaw. Monday HENRY B. WALTHALL "WITH "HOOPS OF STEEL" bind, is "The Kur rwrbarian." shown at the La.sal!e theater today. 'iian Martin plays the title role, that of a pet of he- rich father, who brinrs herself up in h-er own win? Tme and willful way. The brezy daughter of the --.est shock; the conventional English aunt with whom t-.be is sent to live, in manner most irteresrine to American audi fnces. Jane Wolfe finely portrays the crabbed old aunt. Josephine Crowrll. remembered for her work ir. "The Hirth of a Nation." hai a prominent role. The Abraham Lin coln episode repe-aicd toda- is en titled "Th President's Answer." Tomorrow. 'Tayinjr His rrbT.' a vestern thriller, features Hoy Stewart, Dont say yota aw It to the wspaper. Say Nrvs-TIma. AT THE t TODAY LAST TIMES "THE CABARET" With CARLYLE BLACKWELL nc inside life of the New York raUirct and the IJohemwui t-ciiters of the great -ity arc vividly portraved In this story tf Ioc and jcHJrHj"-f. With an all-star caM, inclnd ing Iont.agu Iaovo. June Va tidgo. .lohn liowcrs, (nirge MaKnarric. TOMORROW Tiir rusims of Lin;" MFSSICK S ORCHKTILV STARTING TOMORROW, JUNE L DAILY Regular Prices STORY OF THE PRESENT WAR THE TOP WITH UNCLE SAM J B0)S NOTTtT The Aftrmon rHtie mt Time mrUt pil tU picture Vhrlan Martin, today's fesniunev! lar at the In-Salle, xrzs horn near Grand Itapids, ficli. Had a long and suexTssifui stage camr in sup port of KTich tan; a.s Rirhard Man fiHd. -rctrr raui." OfTcrr 666," -Cyrano do IVrjrera- and "Stop Thief vrrre among her play. Fair hair. hlu rjr. Addrrx-. .Monx-n, I Anrtdcs. folif. FX) I'M A cool pjaof to ry-end a hot afternoon or evening. lasolle theatrr alay tJir hms in photo rUys. Although Henry B WaJtbJ-lI has appe-axe in a ariery of tyrrs on tho screen, ho lias nocr played Ue comIx))'. rnini "the Little (Vluud" in '"Itu- lilrtti r a .Nation" Ut a judge of tin MijK-t-iiw tiiurl in "lli KoIm- tf llnr." Iw In- i kj rlrvi v til many diilerui( i-ku-iM-irr. Iaii midi now Ii- ha nr t--'!"! to l.i a nut n of (lie jd.iin-. - i( vili L- Willi dc l intrn that fii apjH-nrafK-' in Willi lxr- rf vicr will h- r--i orded. fr in thi splendid proitii--ion Mr. Walthall play a Ta rsit llc owner. THEATER N J I TV TT- T- W -TTO TOs - N'Tr .- ., ' I i, Z, t , - .' - ... mi ii ii i n.ffHIMllliiil II li 111 -.---- Pit! Pi t r it Eiöery Hoosmr Your duty, as an American citizen, loyal Hoosier is plain; definite, and imperative. Your sons and your neighbors' sons are going abroad to fight for their country, their flag, their homes and for YOU. They cannot fight without food, shoes, clothes, bread, and bullets. The Government looks to you for the money to buy these things. Your Duty is to lend not give this money. It is more than Duty more than patriotism it is a privilege to buy War Saüings Stamps Thrift Stamp Week Ma 27th to June 3rd The money you pay for them will help win the war help keep the soldiers fed, clothed, armed, and protected help keep your country safe for Democ racy, The United States Government guarantees to pay your money back. It pays you interest on your money, 4 percent, compounded quarterly. You can buy War Savings Stamps at postoffices, banks, and other licensed selling agencies. $7,500,000 In One Week Buy Your Share TODAY EflATINEE AMD WSGHT SPECIAL MATINEE FOR CHILDREN AT 2:30. PRICES i 5c ADULTS 25c NOTE The Oliver theater highly recommends engagement, as being the best program ever shown 3C 1 Vi V KBOOF 6000 CLOTHE) WATCH US GRöWr-H Trading with advertisers means more for le53 cash. Dont sav you aw In tht iocvspapcr. Sxy NcTlmcs 7p3 in jjUJU ; -J i I I 0 Duty ULIIII 11 Vi Ini Lw i 7 I ft. Alaska China Thrilling Tests of Gigantic Wa r Caterpillars in Uncle Sam's Army. AUDITORlURfl TODAY That well known and popular star, FRAxN'K MILLS, is seen in a very sensational story of domestic trials and tribu lations, "Rfly Husband's Friend" "WIOSE WIFE" i a very funny Christie comedy, and tho PATHE NEWS today is especially intcrestini: to thoe who arc keeping Abreast of the movements of the wc in France. The Pathc FQm Co. is located upon the bl.od ftiined ground of France And is the only corporation mnu facturing a news reel that has the opportunity to present authentic scenes frorr "over there' to its patrons. Never miss the PATHE NEWS each Wednesday and Saturday. For Properly Fitted Gl&sse ( ! It PR. J. BURKE t nrrn MTnilGS ST. fWth r Vi nn. f.tuK. 1 if i . Thn j i 3 vV I 'a ftfLi c.j UmJj va Howe's Pictures during this here. uapturing iilounfain Lions CONEY ISLAND BY DAY AND NIGHT Many Other Big New Feat ures. WARNER ÖROS. Seed und Farm MAchfnery 114 Z. Wnyrv? 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