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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMEi.
11 ITD.M-MI.M" IW.AI.M.. .K.M. ..15.
ENLISTS 60,000
BOYS AND GIRLS
Are Engaged in Club Work for
Uncle Sam's Food
Production.
IaAKAYKTTi:. Ii. d.. .I :;r..-
Tirny of '''"' ir,'
sir's Yx. ' i '-n 'ili.-t-'l for
Sm's food p. r fl 1 1 1 n aiu:
' atlon frfjH according: t ti:
An t
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ii: l-tic. I
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1 ;b leader. t'
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superintendent r.r lh
rcity dep it -1 1 1 1 - r 1 1 i
re en 2: Bed this i,- is
f -o..e satt in hi'lsu:.!.
-.v enrolled thi- it.n- i
:mr- Um of ia.. A t,
in iir!7-H K.is i. .
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c i : ' v. i
Th'- n !.!! !
j . - t 1 i 1 1
ii .r ji-,-
Of the ti.ooo this - .4 1 , j . . -. o
;ty or rural bos and unN aic in
home garden luhs. La-i ear
.-lihll..' more than I"..umi wei in
the Mmo ort of (;!. Thi- year
J.hös j;irl have j.ii;! th" :n iny of
..inner-, agaln.n a r;innir eoj-pc of
1.4"' a 1 year, Iii i .itiuMi-i;' th
i u nibf r.
Com clul s (Ii pu- i . 1 1 ,, i.,v-L
; ear ;uul this year .!' ounu.-ter-!
are gio'tvin. from oie J" acres
of com. I';g cit;h l.ovs thi jcnr
iiiimlirr 2,2 ) s s.iins? s.;i i.t-t s.a-
on. In poultry cluhs this y-ar th;e
iTm against ) t.-t ear.
Similar Murrs ini-;ht j : i t I
: can 'lUit 1 1 1 m u I " l . . K vf.wiii i
an. I hiking clnlis ; . r i I the l-.-.--r !
. j- . . '
orauifies o; oniJ'MXiH loi v(;ir.
Aneri-a. hut it is ; 1 1"! i . io.t 1. mv
t Ii.it all hae shown a '.-ig inrroaso
m enrollni i.t.
The hrst part of th' w-nl is tl.it
f h 1'0.- atitl sirls n i f 11 I
tli.s tar a ! uImI'-;- 'iw' ro; t ft'
i per''-ifn. rith;;- -t th
mt arirultural .i ;H. iho v
iii an home iljnon-t la 1 1. n ai:t. tho
Mm .ttiun:4l tf-rich ' r, t'w!ihip tlu'u
'ipfTV icr. rr v oliirtcr worl.ci.--,
'rfvio in i-iiitv h"v th.it '.in p- r
-nt r.f the pn: r.i'-ntl hy the
l"jvs and irls vas i 1 t a i ni ! '.imlor
lii'Ctin of p.ii'l s 3 pt i-'t
PREMIER LLOYD GEORGE
URGES NEED OF SETTLING
PROBLEM IN IRELAND
I .ON l 'ON. June .ti.- In U.e mo;;-
f coniDiCii TiitMl.iy frin:r-r
I , .1 f:ifrr... I... ... .-..I . r . . ,
T'm ID" Insn pi oi.ivri .( ,niM. it
a. a
iii( r'.i5ii!' the liliK (iltir.-. m-t
meiely O
r.i itish mnif ii'.
' i;t th. 1 i ' f i :ilti. s .f th. 1'nitcd
State-- in conducting 1 1 ; c- war.
Air. Lloyd lei t'-' appealed to Sir
Mv.ard I'aiX'ti t show the :-ame
v'int he di-p!i'! tv. o ears a4
Hai-'.in rt'' "in uir.u hi t y
.real aWiitifs and um ; . v 1 1 I inüu-
lie' it: Fht' r t try to v ;.m- -.(-lue
in: s u - 1 1 i U i n ; to t h i Ii i l ;i -:
r.l of th Iti.-h p- op;e to imperial
":"lf- ' t !ii,,i-r. !
he aid. sUod
1 ; tin- policy iL
had pro, iainit 'l
Apr.l ''. i ut in tht
fit thod of ad-
mii.p Jerins: it t!;e :, ernni nt n,i;
I e i dvi-r-d y t!i ni"! it had n-tn.-;d
with the administration of
j 1 eland.
'LABORS ORGANIZATIONS
TO PROTEST EXECUTION
OF THOMAS J. MOONEY
WASHIXdTi N. June
i ru a nidations throMi;heit
I -i i io ;
(nun-
ha e ! eu
m 1 1 - ' ;
labor
fof a
b th- Wa-h-u
n i t i to send
m is mi -tinu
:i!t"ll central
i legates hre
n June 21 to pr.?et auaii.t
tion of Thorn. i.- .1. .Moone.
eci 11 -
s-n-
'in' to I e na r, i .it
a i ( I r.i 11 -
-s lor aiie-ed c-mpin it n
l ' par ed n e s.s day parade homh
I'.
t he
t 1 1 -
la-- h-le. After th- nieetit;.-r the
!erates will mauh t the w lute
!'ase to thank lr s't Wi;on for h:
Horts m b-half of Moom-y and to
te that as a viw no-a.-.-na- h
ti'.-- further steps to pi-xei.t 111-
v' i :i! in.
PRO-GERMAN OF ALLEN
COUNTY IS VISITED BY
"LIBERTY FARMERS"
!'I:T wavxi:. 1 1 d..
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Jl'ST AIU! I
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thy j:et extreioeiy ro .h
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Just alout ri
5cratch your
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necK ar.u make von 1
mighty uncomfortalde. o.ir way
ohivatos this trouh'e entirely, hr -aus
it smooths down the ro;i-:h
d-res- ahsolutlv, nnd nies the col
lar a clvety, comfortahle fre'.m.- to
iu;r nec!c. rhone Davies Iu:i.dry
( leaning Co. Adv.
piiiliim'im; hand i:mi:i;oii.
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TOM
At tlie Autlito
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The Way of Sacrifice
By Charlotte Talley
I J.' ai.i'- 1-ply intt-restt.-.? in tlni
..Ur.u tix e Mi s. Ramsey the n;i;ht she
cunt' ti the dinner tahle with red-
ned ee-lidn and forced herself to
smile at me atn to comerse as usual
witli tli- talkative man at the end of
th- talde.
I. was the mischief maker, i
slight, iecided little woman. rho
sim-tfd to m- t Ii t something be
sides tin- climate miht also he a
rea-on for. Mrs. Ramsey's presene
in .'.ii ny Kl Paso ahme. I thousht
he.- -implx att at the time, hnt the
(day .Mrs. Kamsey and I lre over
j to J M.i : in spite of wild tales re-
I lated to deter us. I learned that in
i . ........
some way tue nusciiier inakor nau
hapen".l on tlie truth. I
The na.-row strerts of Ju.v.-ez. were
j a with tin briqht-coh.red ens-
I ti:;,ii- anil the Oom-imr snin Kjeros r
tli' i k-kimi l .Mexicans, hut Lois
Itamst v appeared INtrait. and when
v. h id dt i n out past the bullring ;
Mt'd l.evollu ;:toi.(. nuts, a fe.-UeSS-
ness v. hu ll I had noticed in her, (
iiloUe hounds. I
"Ihn in sin h trouble.'" h said.!
her blue eyes Idling with teats.'
i .Mac 1 tell yon ai.oui li . 1 i as,
tho'i-h ! had Known yon for years." 1
lller v i face under her Mack
l.-aih.;- hat from whieh her Krowp.
jf.nl- -raped, was t ry .i I .
I re-ponded. " i s, uo. I. pon
'.hhii she lrev Ii im th' pocket of
he;- t b-tit-r wliich she handed
iiii to icnl,
"It's I'iiii.i in;, hu.hand." she ex
p'aiiM.l. "who has siven nie this
winter to de id- hetween himself
and another man whom I love. I
promised that I would net corre-
-pon.'. with
th- other man and the
last time I wrote tt my husband I
a.-ked him h th-r he had hearl
antliin'; of Van. This upset him
mi that he now lemand- that I
Jmake a .i-ei-ion at once. How can
i 1 : What shall 1 tb'.' 1 ha my boy
I to on-ab r. flilbert is seen now.
I mi one h. mil I may ruin Iiis life and
' my ha.-hand -. n the other hctml I '
! 1 1: in Win's a nd my wn." j
; Tli in k in that a woman who pre-;
; i ipuatcd people into tragedy cuuhtj
J nut oi:sitently to h;ito a deep!
i dimple in her chin, as lni Kan seyl
1 i
Ibid. ! lead th- letter whudi she had
j h a ! . d 1 1 1 lue.
C Ut iaa-aUs
lowly anil with tlilli-
e!' the jolting of the
; I a a a''.
It W.iS a -;eiuroil- letter. Thi
w rit :-
.' i
1 that 1p had allawcd
I
1 1 and h i-inc- distractions to ;
co'.. ic ;.('"..'iM' them and that the,'
res i!t had i. n ir. ita hie. He had;
wanted i't'mT men to admire her!
ami h ni t I'n.-idoroi ner tnvuiner
al.h hut had assumed to much. lie
would try to win her back, ami he
did not r'Tisur" her. She misht even
ft a divoive if she wishe..
ll.. car. ild I advise her"" I did
im! try. She M'tMiiod satis'ed that J
r. hi Tom me.
The :'"'l"v;ni- da
h.i- iiit'ii to Van."
' s c r 1 1 ! a s. h'
vlid. "1
'out
w c nt
as 1 1 aal.
kimono
l'hen nie morn-
i
if
if.
laxiia m
her 1
;t
id m1'
ro;derel
1-.
i hH'k thished with ev
i nd her hl-;c r s dark
"V.i n w rite )iiv in stic !;
' r. r.
1 pa
n; !.',;-''. iml and eh. Id. .My hu
in.i . - v. 'at t u liim a'so. Van is
i;rv ti::.- !ir i; .-.ike. in S'ej.tem-
i; w..".! d nm to t .. d; voive
';i i'M him. N'ow he fe.n th.it
muht han uo toward him, too.
!' s..'. s that if I had ireil for him
I v.'n :,, J'o , I would li.iv1 made a
(1"' ".n
' n z a 'uo. I ha
ruined his
:;. : I.
le will never marry,
iivreil inwardly.
I know."
"He has
I
eh.: njred." 1 tho'.uht.
"My husband writes that he will
he here soon. Oh, what shall I do :
I think I n.ust u' to Xew York to
Van. I relonu" to him. I loe him."
lr was then tli.it I
used all my
dissuade her
S!; irom
hus'iund : to
uasive jiowt-r.- to
m
v rash
a cUon.
he :
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' into fi an;
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riinn ToIay.
I through colorless lips, while tears
! rolled down her cheeks unheeded to
; the lloor.
' Who?" l at-ked stupidly, for she
had dallied i?o long with the two
i men involved that I feared she
miht have lost either of them.
'Van." she replied. "His engage
; ment was announced in a home
1 paper. .My husband read it to me
I this morning. I fainted."
j I feared that she mirjht faint
again, hut after a few moments she
had recoered herself somewhat.
"Hernie day we shall meet again
and then there will be trouble. We
! htdonx to eacli other," she leclared.
! I saw that her sweet mouth could
be stubborn.
"No," 1 -aid, "you mustn't make
trouble. There's an innocent person
involved. You should not hurt her."
Hut all the time I knew I also wish
el to spare Lois herself. 1 felt that
she had lot the man who hal won
j her lo e.
I "Dear." I continued, "men have
( suffered loving you. Now you know
, the pain of it. Be kind to your hus
band. Save him from the s.imc pain
you suffer."
The liest in her nature responded
j io -what I had said, although her
eyelids Irooped dejectedly. "I'll
j try." sh agreed, t-adlv. A vek later
I I-iois brought Mr. Ramsey to see me.
Iy her Kay manner ami tender
smile when she addressed her keen,
kind-looking hushaml, I saw that
she was p'aing her part nobly.
It was half an hour after they had
left the bungalow that I picked up
some sera its of paper from a chair
in tht hall. (I remembered after
ward that it was over this chair
that Mr. liamsey had laid his over
coat.) I fitted the pieces together
and read: "You are right. Lois
needs yon now. I give you up. She
must never know." Grace.
British Nation
To Celebrate
Fourth of July
LONDON. June 2). Prei-arations
for the crlehration of the Fourth of
July in (ireat P.ritain are. well under
way. The British and American Y.
.M.. C. A. lied Cross and other or
Kanizations are cooieratine with the
army and nay in the formulation
of the program.
The central feature of the British
elehration will ho a mass meeting
at Central hall. Westminster, oppo
site the house of commons, at 11
o c.ock in the morninc at which
in-ton Spencer Churchill, minister
o: munitions, will deliver "a mes
I tU.e of greetinc to the nresident
i -nd j eople of the United States
i ,.,,., .u.. ,...1,. - . n. ... , .,
uir i'1-i'i'ir oi vfieai i-iinain.
The other speakers will include Vice
Al iiiral William S. Sims. Maj. ('.em
i .lohn Iliclele, coinniander of the
Anmrican foi s in the I'nited
I-'inudoni. snd Hrof. Henry S. I'.inhy
; f Yale ).ni er.sity.
I A'mrican soldiers and sailors. n
Ic.e in London will he the gae-ts
of I ji- i ! Anulo-AnorL an oruaniza
tio is, for th.c day and after luncheon
an! Ouht-seeir.g trips through the
c.tj thev will he. taken to a hasehali
atae King C.eurue will throw out
the hull for the cmmeneemnt of
piay. Tiie panic will he followed
hy a garden fete in one of the la rue
London parks. The hostesses will
brt :riO English women.
The evening will he occupied by
he Americans in attending theater
parties arranged by the British hos
pitality committee.
LORD MAYOR OF DUBLIN
VISITS U. S. EMBASSY
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Year Ago Today
First U.S. Troops
T mm. J SJ T-k TTv " A
-ri
WAHIN'CT i.V. Juno -C
in-- i
tsr-t iii--ion of th American nnny
landed in Ttanco on- year ago
Wt-lnesday. 1 laya after Cen.
rershlns- reached l'reneh oi. In
the 12 months that have since
e!aped this livision has thrown t
an army in size and hy July a mil-
lion men. all
told. v ill have hi
snt forward. I
Ik-hind this million another I
1.00,u'ot men are in camps and
cantonments, equipped and eauer to
move, and behind the:!- a third
million will rapidly till up the vap
i left at home a- the divisions sail
J for the front in an nlb ss stream.
I sc'v Faker e-timated Tuesday
that i-etwcen G." und TO per Cent of
the men already shipped are com
batant troops in the strictest sense
jf the word. Th- tirst division has
now been expanded to a Sizhting
force of ;50,U'K men. backed by an
organization if the supply ami
transport lino that it takes I'.IO.O'Ki
men to make effective.
18 I iifant r PhiHons.
On this basis it is clear that (Jen.
Pershing now has within his com
mand the substance of the liit tield
army, comprised of Is infantry di
visions with all necessary auxiliary
troops. So far as known there has
been no opportunity el for the ac
tual formation of this army as a
military unit. The whole force has
been in training, officers and men.
but the day probably is not distant
when it will be possible for flen.
Pershing to assemble his hist army
which will be a veteran tiphting
force.
Face Three Iliiomy l'ronts.
American troops are now holding
sectors of varying lonuths in at
least six places on the battle line.
To meet the cmeiKCncy presented
by the German drive, however, they
have Tieen drawn away from the
region formally assigned to the
United sTtates and are face to face
with the enemy on the Marne, in
Picardy, and Flanders.
The real American sectors, how
ever, lie on the right tlank of the
great battle front. From within
sight of the Swiss border where they
stand on German soil, almost to the
shadows of the battered fortress of
Verdun, American troops arc in the
trendies.
ROTARY CLUBS FAVOR
WAR CHEST PLAN FOR
RAISING WAR FUNDS
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June i.V..
The "war idlest" plan for raising
funds for war purposes in local com
munities v.-as imiorsed Tuesday by
the war chest action of the Interna
tional Association of llotary clubs
meeting here, and today the pro
posal was to be placed before the
general s.ts.-ion of tin convention
with the retpjest that all the clubs
advise their communities to adopt
it.
Among those speaking in faor
of the pi. ns today were delegates
fiom Syracuse. X. V.: Columbus.
O.; Detroit. Mich.: Jackson. Mich.,
and Lvaiisville, Ind.. cities in which
it was said the plan has been suc
cessful, speakers argued that the
plan brought together persons of
all creeds, political faiths ami social
und business strata, many of whom
could not' be induced to uive to some
i o' the indiv idual war projects.
Opponents of the plan held
the big campaigns fur specific
funds more effectively reach
snail givers.
that
war
the
TWO-THIRDS OF BOYS OF
STATE ARE MEMBERS OF
BOYS' WORKING RESERVE
INDIANAPOLIS. .June -.;. There
iv not an idle !iov in
'. 1 of the C-
counties in Indiana. Beiworts re -
ceied tit the state headua iters for)
the working lios' reserve Tuesday j
showed that all o! the l,,y.s of two -
inirus (! ui'' c)unii's j i uh tate
are engaged in some useful occupa
tion for the summer. The H coun
ties with luO per cent records arf 1
mainly agricultural counties. Th-
other cunties show up well' also.
SIGHT GERMAN RAIDER
IN WEST INDIA WATERS
NOIU'oLK. .Ya.. June
Ke-;
ports, of the presence
of a fast ami !
heai!y armed lernian raider in i
"West lnii::n waters uere brmjuht j
here Tue-day by masters of vessels 1
striving from Central and South'
Ameriea. Th- ship is s.tid to be of i
the criMst-r ty I'". with a lakish hnil.l
and clean lines.
The fat that the raider made!
no effort to attack at h ast two es- ,
sels which sieht 1 her led the ap-i
tains to beliee that she is a "moth
er ship" for submarines whi-h re
cently were operating off the At
lantic coast.
NOW'S Ti: TIME
To have your pictures framed when
you a'e house cleaning and decorat
ing and you know an artistic
framed picture la a joy for ever
we do f.r.e work and our line of pic
ture moulding eomprtpes all that is
new- and popular. Portrait anc
mirror framing a speciality. Mi
kltlskl Art Shop. US N. Main sL
Adv.
Is an eerl.i,t!r.g
diamor. A consequently
value to
It ia ai-
way a good buy. f-pec!ully whn
old by a responsible dealer We
are tdiowlr.g porr.e beautiful dia
mor..! jewelry In netting of tne
r.fwr design. We hive a lar
! 6&904.nent which we mount to or
j der. By comparison you will find
'our prices tuneable. Calvin Clauer
! CO. Advt.
i MEATElRg
i
M 1
AT Tili: A I" I UTO 1 11 I'M.
At the Auditorium today a new
; William Fox picture ailed "Ace
l Mi?h" oe:n' shown Jn which Tom
Mix is the leading fiijute. T nis star
his sained an enviable teputation
by th line work he is doing and the
lash an.! spirit that 'pervades all
Iiis work. lie is taking up a new
scene for this production, but he is
show n in the same sort of chaiac
ter as that which gained him his
fine i eptitation. The scer.e is laid
in the northwest and Mr. Mix has
an opportunity to display his bril
liant horsemanship and h:s ability
to rescue those who ned his as
sistance. A particularly tender
lovo story is interwoven in this
i play and there is a preat deal of
i legitimate humor. iMutt and Jeff.
those funny fellows; ' loe and a
Gold Frick," a single reel comedy,
and the Pathe Newn of the leading
events of the world ate also m to
day's bill. That very attractive lit
tle person, Viola Dana will appear
tomorrow in her latest production
j entitled "The Only lioad." a ro
mance of southern Falifornia in
which the popular star his a role
entirely suited to her style of work.
The restular episode of the thrill
ing serial story, "The House of
Hate." feauiiing Pearl White and
Antonio Moreno and the Ford week
ly will be shown.
AT Tili: CASTUS.
Tor two days, beginning this af-
noon the Castle will show "Men." a
strong, modern drama written by
Harry Sheldon, a well known play
wrUht. Miss Charlotte Walker,
Miss Gertrude McCoy and Miss
Anna Lehr have the leatling roles.
The story deals with the unusual
situation of a pirl suddenly discov
ering that the man she expects to
marry had proposed to her sister: a
sister unaware that she had a liv
ing relative other than the man she
believed to be her father. The plot
is unusual in many ways and as
presented by this splendid catt
promises delightful entertainment. A
Sidney Drew comedy of the" lighter
srt will be shown today in happy
contrast to the dramatic picture.
YOL'NG JAP ACTOIt
SCOUTS IJirATi HIT
The real star of the UaSalle's
picture today Is Jack Abbe, a yoiin;
Japanese actor who carries an im
portant role very capably. "Who is
to niame" is the title, but some
thing in reference to this loyal
.lap's sacrifice would be more ap
propriate. Jack Livingston has the
part f a oung American. pared
from his fireside by the wiles of an
unscrupulous woman. The Jap
servant saves him and reconciles the
young couple. Lillian West has a
strong part and Maude Wayne plays
the neglected wife. South American
trael pictures of interest are
shown.
On Thursday Alice Brady will he
seen aain in "The Ordeal of Itos
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TODAY AM) TOMOKHOW
ANNA LEHR
and
CHARLOTTE WALKER
in
A ivowcrful story concerning
two sisters who love the same
man. It is a strong, clean
drama with a wonderful cast.
( harlotte Wulker is well
kuwii on the dramatic -tage:
Anna Ixdir ha- made a name for
li-rsoir in pit I iii-fs. aii.l (.eriiiitle
McCoy is im. ill) popular.
The pit Iure will Im i -i i a
two days showing and is well
worth a week's run.
AI- .i SitliM- Iliew finetl.
AT THE
PMT! F
THEATER
"MEN"
Extra Fine fl
Show
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TOMORROW Our very
duction than the mention of
VIOLA DANA in
U Lfuii
A five-reel Metro drama that
this is one of the star's very
I
mm
if it i
Pearl White and Antonio Moreno, the best serial ever made,
educational reel.
FRIDAY The attraction of all attractions, those beautiful twin girls, "THE DOLLY SIS
TERS." Ladies make up your matinee parties now and see these most talked about women
in America in a six-reel screen classic of beauty, romance, power and thrills and gorgeous
gowns 48 different ones worn by each of the sisters. A fashion plate and a show that no
lady can afford to miss, and one that men will admire. The season's very best. We have seen
it, and advise you to do the same.
HllVIt IIOWAllD HAKBOLIfS
liAs.Mj.i; oncin:sTK..
TODAY
"WHO IS TO BLAME"
With
JACK LIVINGSTON
South American Travel
Pictures.
TOMORROW
Return Engagement of
ALICE BRADY
in
"THE ORDEAL OF
ROSETTA"
.Miss Brady lias a dual role to
portray in this stirring; screen
story. Sho -Iccily inipcisoii
atcs twin j-istci's., npH'ai'iiig on
tin screen in hoih rliaracto-r
frequently. An r;iriliiiakc srciic
of wonderful realism is graphi
cally picturod.
AN a Buitoii Ildiiis Trael.
FRIDAY
"AT THE MERCY OF
MEN"
With
ALICE BRADY
In a strong emotional role.
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Grand Fourth of July Celebration!
Come Where There's Something Doing!
FREE HORSE RACING
Three Big Speed Events.
Free Balloon Ascension
And Thrilling Parachute Drop.
Free Patriotic Fireworks
Afternoon and Evening Displays.
li
Band Concerts. The Giant Coaster. Roller Skating.
The Old Mill. Dreamland Dancing Pavalion.
Cnonrl iho Hatinn'c Rirthrtau st th& Dark
OfJOIIU II I U llUklUII O Uli UIUUJ Ul UIU I Ulli 1
Special Arrangements for Picnic Parties. j
Art Material, llcture IVamlng.
THE I. W. LOWER
DLCORATING CXMPAXY
South liend. Indiazia
VTaiJ rap
Tnprr1r lJnt Snpplies
I
sents his
T
popular little stf.r, who needs no
her name, the sweetest litt le girl
vi t.in.vfi"ir)
we recommend in the very highest tzrms, and f
best. Also "THE HOUSE OF HATE' with j
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NOTICE The Aftrrnoon Falitlon of Tt
wn-Tira carries a KPrial review f
Today I'lrturf.
The spirit f the orient jM-rtadcs
toda.Cs picture4. .Many oiid'ifull
picturesque siiuics of tKc tlowery
land of ifapan are shown.
A new .Tapaiue star, .lack Ahlw.
Is iiiti'olucel in ' In is l Blame?
He plavs a iaitliful serant. who pr
tiils his master fim a wily .am
pire laily.
mmmmmm
Alice Brady will he seen in a lual
role tomorrow twin sisters from
Italy. Some wonderful photography
lias heeii inti ndmcd in an caiili
piak" sc'iie. where Mi, Braly a
pcars as Im t 1 1 i haraeters at once.
Like the coninl cliail r of a gooI
hM)k, M,iss Prnlj icniaiiis for Friday
hut in an entirely dincrent sttry.
This time she plays a Kussian girl
most dramatically.
. .
tn'orgc Chan. when he was a
lie on ihc stage, was known as the
:'s a lor who could dance and the
Ik-s( ilaiM'er who couM ;ul. Me is
al-o about th' he-t dramati-( who
can play tin- part he rriMlis. M re
Saturday in "N'ini Keys to Bald
pate." Iis( of the I.iie-olii pi(ure- l ii
day. "I iith-r tin" stars.
OA 7 1 rif t. Ihm. j
rKxton St.
TtK!riFn Something
a H ! ; S ------ - 0
ywij uoingHere
If you are a lover of real sports and
pastimes in the real western style, with a
big troupe of real cowboys in one of the
best six-reel western dramas you ever
saw, its here today. William Fox pre
real cowboy
!
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MI
N-'X Vil
"ACE HIGH
Tom Mix will perform some of the
mcst dare-devil feats of horsemanship
ever seen on the screen, and after you
have seen this great western drama you
will forget all others as this is a cracker
Jack. "MUTT AND JEFF' always funny
in their cartoon-comedies; "LOVE AND
A GOLD BRICK" a pleasing Christie
comedy, and the great PATHE NEWS of
the very latest current events all help to
make this a most pleasing eight-reel show
and one hour and forty-five minutes of
worth while entertainment. Don't miss It.
further intro-p
on the screen,
!
and the Ford
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