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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES j 01 8GWLERSAH0 DOUBLE SCHEDULE New Teams Organized to Make Room For Soldiers Returning From Service. div .f i:iiooi:iii i si'AiiiD T'ohri---. pi i ,i !-i : j-.t rt i: the vamtioTi j.-r.ol of t l o .vli:.. fratf-rmtv. v. r..- h invol . r.'.uly rry ni";- :u th- f ;t . ul.i-h i v.or'-' ; '.r, : i i, M ;!1 of th:.- it v.o'iM ! we-II in? on ! .. : -. l .- for r,:i of th- !.ov.'!r.s to k t thr-ir The i : i ; i t i ' ! : tirnhi fro.vi the :,-. ::i ':- r.-h:; on th roj-!-r of tho army ar.-l j. --'.. an .-: tkin : Soit.h I'.ovlirv,' ris--or: ition at their in :..; r f. !t --. -rv h r- an-1 or.-. t'i ir th- r.f!: -i -N a iian--;t pTar-o in t. .. f.,.;i,il f r all ! - to Avr.rtv o:it f u ry lrtail for tho t!m in if. ' (r.'.li:.' i ri-iniatio l. i ovif'-r r riti'l ! ri-rit of thos -In r-yrnS'at.; u it!i t. i;.u !r. ii p-'tint' to t a ': part in tlw liiZ tou-- J th 'ily 1 .,!,': i tu 1 ü:' ri 'i ; tioiij yix to : l i' -. v h-ri th y: r,-t .vi ar.'l o r. of t f 1 1 r.f .v o ! 1 ':) ; ! 1 r.; -' ! '.'.. xv 1 :. h th- Arn. nr. -I 'ostij .'-r. fi" ly v.i!l I,. t.l. 'V n Navy ! a::!. nior.- than tli" o-taMi-'hrriont can It i 1 1 (' rnr.i'iii 1 f--f V irr n ii-. oninu.'lato oon onirntly, ari'l Hickfy. 'hirh.- Tr n:; r, Hary many of the rontons will have to !-- Spaeth. "a:i Moi,i:. 'larvi.' .- roll.-l on s -1 f -s-r e ami Kft-away Mul Ilrnir- T.o't. if ro ;r.-'- t ii r --s-m. Tliis has tarn mule fxpedi- o.ikl ! r.o .;;; r rf-poi-iM'- for rrit P i aiis- of so raurh lemand f"r mm all stir .ir.-r ...!;. n of tins liar- match play and private n:itrement i'CK-r than tti it "('iin!" Arnp-r.-or. of tin- drives. T" r.'-fin. tl.e u-r-'tt (n:n ;. mi' i.t wizard' Monday evenimr the l".rt sat of of f 7 fain-. and rrh-r .pjally f. nu n t ams will lira' up for th 'vond'rfil n h i-w rm r.t -f th-- starter's lall, oiuht tduhs from tho driven. Tn Army ar, i ."." i'.y t-am Hi r Pau lo ushrinr in tho tour will jil-so taki- part in ali of th" hi: namnt. In many instancos it will !'iri;.iiii-t'.:.-, !n lodir.u' :!o- A::i ri' an !. th J i rst start in tournament play. Stowlin? rorr r. - j r..to and oitv Th" t"ams f.K in;' th foul line for f('!)t". j tho first tiin" ar: Forfro, Iader- IU-al Howling VtMoran. '. I rispoot ioti. 1'ar torv, Saies, Desitrn- Amthr .uldition to th- fit .- j k.i-ii- will i .i now ! :r.i of vot- ran, who wd! i h-d hy t!io famou - Hill Solirik. Tho a uromiio. -uu-nt of j veteran d s not hi- to io wi'nj fiio war Vit r- f. i --j to howlimr. Th" -raftIne- of t)i'- -aptain is shown j in that h- has a nimum ed tln r: i m s of Put four imo.'!, whicli in lmU-s : Iior.rf Kuhn. John Vo . r and Pauli Uoyers. d. liming p.- h i- a d irk hor.- i which will sarprise th' natives. Wh!!.- tho rare of the West Sid- b-airo.e 1 i-t f.ill was oim ..f the te. ! T es i l;ti i n tr 2S27 In the eity and e v r:. thim,' appar- Production 217 r-ntly toov jn :;n- on tl..- s ;rfac rt ! No. 7 CTanir 27?. -diiiht m i-und. i vt i ; ; u' d" lojied . j Machine Shop 2730 As a result the S'. if. at Hros. team Indhidiial Winners. ha P,een virhdrawn. The aca no' I O. I,. Isla 11 CI I will prohahlv tilled oy th" Ifan-!T. Ni-.zodski 612 Iriifr Co. f.-am. in '.vhi. h ; t least j Only two b aimcs continued their three of the brothers wi:l parfici- ' iday during the olid ay season, Wil pato. ! -n F.ros. mimI Cenrj? Cutter Co. ink- Ti tuple lU-oo'i-iriirtiou. ileacrues. These two will be re P.econstro.ction is th.- watch word enforc. 1 with the Oliver league. at the Fdks' temple, and con. raid-- ' activity i 1 ein; shown by the antb red li. r.l. 7:-aue of th- new members rcently aciuin d and a ;-reat manv more on the way. a re- vision of the r.t:re bowling systen1 will have to be mad" in order to accommodate ;,n of tho e who have- already epf d a desire to take i Co.. which may be incTcasel to part in bowline dnrin;' tlie ensuin eiht teams before tlv- bell rintrs. se.isw.i I They will jday each Wednesday eve- Tlf l'edr:il .nid Temple hamips Tiinir at the Orpheum alleys. An will be c ontinued as formerly, roll- i other b airue to enter the firmament inir on Tuesday and Friday eve Tiines I? the Red Cross league, which is respectively. Tlie Cokod II.it lea tru. compose ,,f j.idies. whose member is to be revived and It will prohablv I ship is as yet ind-dinite, but will b.avc to be c onducted in two dl- j vi-ions or two sop-irate orcmiza- tions instatbd. Flay fo.- tl;e c-cked ! Hat lea cos will be de-Voted to after- j noon- evclu'A ly. i Another league to install, d i : j a two-men teim or;'atiization. Th; ; will be conf'.n d eensi .- fo I s' rated: bowlers, for whicli al-o a new prize distribution is to re ated. The fwo-mcn ba-ue is lather a voluntary affair, primarily to become aeeu-tomed to that moth- od of play, which is very important in tournament work, in which I ! 1 k - are epei ;ed to be ery active till- s'.ison. romiai: ToiinuiiniMtH. There are thr e bi;' tourtiattP-nt- ahead of the bow Las this season. r.aniely the City, State and Ano-rica n P-owdimr rmiL-vi -s. The c'ify p. am i- r.er.t has been luld :':' th.is ear for , - v-r."J. f-a-on. two - f t!- c;;i. f ani '-einir tb. i i '' !". ! " o.T ally p:a lin.ir.ar day 1 c u;se of : What THE ffn n"l? Lkli SJ Lau M .VMM i: 2:1 T.oo veat at S .2. 2o scats at Soli -r.iis at , j THE FAMOUS BIG S TVIPHONY ORCHESTRA OF SOLOISTS AND D. W. GRIFFITH'S MASTERPIECE L I U ii n r-Y o V 5f - i f i k , f C 1 a Uu,jü IM ft I ! il ft tit 1111 II v 1 lkSjj: k'i tpHFT r y Order Seats Now For New Years ?h. I r : irn of ;t nrat r.-ianv .-.: r n;it'. !.,:;. from 5' r A :.n i r.r in nt fn J"t t'ffn ir.a'e !-y th- i Ü'.c'.-x! it tfi" AnuTican Ildwü:' (nruT'-i th.it the- time .t n l j.'.. - J . . n :- for t!i" annua i ' i : r r, ,'! rri r.f . w h h t a ! r-lir-at tl- T. riüir.al 1-uii.Jinu' at T' l' !'. '.. h"- r..r T.. :i,!tr of th- enm hi vi t vr ! :i r. !.':t it will rrol'.nMy 'i ! '.'it !!. 1.". This v. ill pif the !:..; a': out i w '. To t in. Th- impfirtanrc of the forrtroir. -..'it n.i-n? .-ho-i'il wry i r : i ;i r - i . j v i v r v iiv.id s ip.'.n!. l.(-ry v';ir i r'.r.-I orji t" nr-' mi.'itir.n, lis t i.-f.'i' " ion o'.r M-lfCtion of !rifs ir;l tji.imv othr minor eh-tail.. To i.'ir:. r;t . Ixiral Tounicv .Monday. Th- Io al liari'lir.ip tournatanr wa ? only tnoatrrrly tilid, only 2 ;,.o - r;in teams takinij part in the Ilowovt-r, that s'-'-ms to b irm. I . : r f hasintr and Aoountimr. On Now ar s day another shift will attack tiio mados and future play will depond ontiia ly upnn openintrs. rn lat Thursdiy evi tiin thrt ' liv r lc.ini" ronductod a tourna- mont all it own, in which 1 cluhs i parti iati d. Tho only thin;' which pr onto. a larir tounamont was a limitation of alloys. The winners and scon s turned in were as fo!- lows- ri-Men ToanLs. which resumes operations on Thürs- j day eveiiin;'. All other loa trues will j I not resume play until the week fol- j low in;', while some of them may wait until another week. j Anion;' tlic new orAaniations to j ! start in the new year will be a Fix- ; 'club bnirue from the Standard Oil j probably be a four-club league. j STANDINGS AM) S( '! I FIU'Ll'S". Wilson Ilros. Lcaytu. I. Sh irddrnr 2:: 1 u tt in; 21 1 ' "ndorw c ar 1 : Stoci; 1 ." 21 Pet. .r.'is ; 4s: ! . 2 " , ii THIS KKK. Monday. IIAN'OKW!" TOl'llNAMKNT ; l-'iuh.t . ' I ! " . (TTTKl: C . Id.'AC.Fi: Ihht clubs ThurMlay. ;i.r r:t: i.i:a;fi: : Ir. y irons vs. Olivet Specials, No. 7 ( 5 inir vs. Kales, Fu-torv vs. l':rdiacunr. I'b-w l'oints vs. Metel Pattern. A c. -ount inc vs. Stock Wood Pattern vs. pesm-nm-. Tnspeeion .-. Prodio tion. Mi' hire shoj..' s. Fore. Offers Twice Daily - Ä All This Week Mollis S:ir r.oo at at 2.on scat, at U Some seit at . 1.00 FUUUUÖ D Traction Car3 to All Points Held. I! Y ''Si Norma Talpadce. AT THU LASAM.i; TODAY. "HEARTS OF THE WORLD" AT OLIVER THIS WEEK David Ward Griffith's wonderful lilrn spectacle, "Hearts of the World," opened a week's return en ;'a;emcnt at the Oliver theater yes terday. Mr. Grithth is the acknowl edged wizard of motion picture and there are few who do not knuW his ability in this line. P.ut there arc few who know that (Iriilith is as keen a J'Jd;e and as ;reat an ar ranger of music ast he is of the scenes and t-dain. of a drama. Just how much of the effective ness of motion pictures is due to the impressions' received by the ear as well as the eye is an interesting1 study. I. W. Critfith never allows a strain of music to accompany one of hia subjects, it is said, unless it has received his attention and has been sanctioned by his artist ear. "Hearts of the World" has un usually ambitious orchestral accom paniment, and the score is a beauti ful work of patriotic strain?, selec tions from ;rand opera, and hits of symphonies. Two major themes. "Connas tu I? pays," from MUnon," and a popular musical comedy num ber called "It's Delightful to P-e Married. " Fun; by Anna Held sev eral years a'-ro. are used most effec tively in "He arts of the Woild." Just as Grilfith used "The Year of the Jubibv" in "The Hirth of a Nation," and "My Irish Jtose" in "Intoler ance." Some idea of the scope of his cull ing for "Hearts of the World" may be feathered from a brief mention of the various and sundry fragments which nritlith and his orchestra leader, Carli I. Flinor, have pro vided for the interpretation and en joyment of the picture. From pxancl opera was gleaned selections from "Lohengrin," "Ii Tosca." "La Fanciulla" and "Puccini." The Cho pin nocturnes are used but little, hut "The FU'ht Cavalry," the "Mar seillaise." "The .:tar pansleel Ilan r.e r," "America" and other patriotic airs play a splendid part in the showing of the great battle scenes, which were photographed by Grif hth during an IS months' stay in France under the auspices of tho British government, which commis sioned GritlUh to .ecure pictures which would be of a character worthy of preservation in their archives. The picture will be shown at the Oliver all this week, twice' daily, at 2:1 " and 8:15. at Tin: cAsTLi:. A charming bit of entertainment is furnished Castle patrons today when -The Sea Waif." written by a uldier and starring pretty Louise Huff, is shown. The story has a melodramatic plot of more, than or dinary interest and this, combined with beautiful marine view.-, makes a abject that should prove of uni versal appeal. Tho.o who saw this charming star's interpretation of the --flapper' in "Hunker liean" and a- the trirl wife in -Wild Youth" will not want to miss this, her latest starring vehicle. Tomorrow's attraction is "Tho Heart of We-tona," with the beauti ful emotional star, Norma Talmude, as the Indian atl. AT Tili: Al'DI TOKIOI. Almost the entire action of "Her .Man," th. attraction at the Audito rium today, in which Klaine Ham m. rtein is .-tarring, is laid in the .ill omntrv of Kentucky, where primitive passions over-rule civil ized laws, wlure "mUM is ripM." and where the cb adlv vendetta is a? irae 'i in vo-.ip today as evtr it was i:i SmIv. To this lar.el cf fe -ud." pro ceeds Juanita Holland, a highly in tellectual New York society irl. in cordance vv ith a promise riven to ht r trrandfatlier that she would j-o down there to help 'p. is people. Juanita steps instantly from 2"'th rentury culture atal r Ti n tin nt in New York, from an alml.'ss and lut urf'y ei:t!ite, to the tttn and fi riuddim; atmosph re of the feud country. The call of the clan is too i st rone: within her to be stifled sh feels her duty is to help and assist r ow n people. A bloody feud is in progress at the time of he r nrrivul between the rial clans cf the McHriars and the Ha veys, and Juanita concentrate her attention upon "Had Ar.se," the rinpkader of the Havey faction, and sets up a school in a region which lias never before enjoyed the b!ess ins of liberal education. Northern ideas are not quickly as similated in the Kentucky moun tains, but gradually Juanlta's influ ence is felt. "Had Anse" agrees to a .; ; . .. x ' .-'4 . .. . . . ,' .-, i THEATERS triic" and t-mrorarv i.ok e ensues Itat tho rival c lan don't play fair ami tho war breaks afre.-h. Once mor- Juar.ita intervenes, and at her su-- ostli'in "I'ad Ar.f" Instructs hi. henchmen to let the Uv take its o;iiv. Juanita ha? '.earned to love p,a 1 Anse," arid when the McL! liars -o out in force to 'Vet" her man. this northern Kirl.' whom it had taken nvcr a century of generations to re !,ne. fal!s h.uk to her type at the f.rst real call of her clan and fights like a tigress for "her man." Wh-n these- men, skulking in the shadows fiUtside her cabin, threaten to come in and take him within three min utes, her cry of "Come, in and k t him Damn you!" is a sub-title which brings forth rounds of ap plause. "Her First Mi-take." a two-reel comedy, and "The Surrender of tho Kntire German Fleet" are also be ins? shown. The bill will be repeat ed tomorrow. at tin: oki-hi:im. The Orpheum closes tho old year with one of the best balanced bills seen here in a long time. One nov elty, a comedy sketch with a real plot, penuine humor and clever act ing is presented by Raymond Pond and company. Pond is .in actor who knows the value of repression and his interpretation of a green travel ing salesman, who overcomes the ! .grouchy ouyer of ladies wear in a ! bitr citv store, is a dramatic crem. As nifty a comedy sineing and talkinw ! act as has been seen for some time is ! pre's.emeti oy v.onuu aim vnas. George Cohan's latest song, "When You Come Pack" is introduced by an attractive and well dressed misj and the eccentric comedy of Conlin J is full of laughs. Uiccardo, a clever ventriloquist, replaces a canceled J act; the Poganny troupe of aero- j bats present a swift pantomime knock-about act. made numerous by the work of several mid;ets; the ; Hughes duo of musicains open the bill with pleasing instrumental se lections. The show will make good entertainment of New Year's day ' celebrators. at Tin: olivi:k. "Seven Days' Leave," the bi-T spectacular military comedy drama, will be presented at the Oliver the ater Monday evening. Jan. e. Healis-m has a stiriinp' place in the action of the play. One of the hi-? effects shows a submarine being blown up in view of the audience a nipht scene of the most thrilling description. oniA taiaiaih;i: in STIUKIXC. INDIAN" HOLi: ! "The Heart of AVetona," shown at the Lasalle today pives Norma Tal madpe a chance to portray an In dian maiden in her most charming manner. The story is one of betrayal and cowardice on the part of one white man and the heroism and loyalty of another, with a pretty pirl of the realman's teepee as the con tributing cause. Miss Talmade plays the daughter of a chief who has been educated and returns to he: tribe only to meet disappointment and disillusion in the hands of a vil linous youncr scamp of the trading post. Tom Meishan plays the man who comes to her rescue, marries and protects her. Miss Talmadpe i dramatic and emotional in the title role and the supporting cast is excel lent. Tuesday: ."The Heart of th? Wilds," with Klsie l'eriiason. A mid night performance will be piven. EDWARR M. FLESH TO DISTRIBUTE ALL FOOD SUPPLIES IN EUROPE ST. L.OUIS. Dec. 30. Edward M. l'lesh, St. Louis, apent of the United States food commission and second vice president of the United States food administration and prain corporation, will leave St. Louis for Ixmdon Wednesday, to assume charpe of the distribution of all food supplies In Europe, at the request of Herbert Hoover, United States food administrator. 76 KILLED IN BERLIN DURING CHRISTMAS RIOTS PA HIS, Dec. r.O. The Ge rman propaganda bureau asserts that in Leilin on Christmas eve. Te'i persons were killed. The bureau also an nounces that the damage to the im perial castle durinp the liphtini was treat. NOW PLAYING SPECIAL HOLIDAY BILL EXTRA MIDNIGHT MATINEE NEW YEAR'S EVE IJeinnim- at 10: 1." Sunday and llolldar 2:00. t t rnlnt :00. tatinf Dally 2:0. BO GAN NY TROUPE Iamatlc Iiake'rs Conlin Sc Glass " rm, a Hirt a net a Pa! 110 RAYMOND BOND & CO. In His Homespun Comedy, "Komiiant" MARSHALL & COVERT Pnrktowm's I rxiii- 3LajUrü HUGHES MUSICAL DUO Talented Musicians TIIUKSDAY "LOTS OF LOTS OF IT' And lur Other Act M 1 AO POT See the World's greatest Hbtorical event, THE SURRENDER OF THE ENTIRE GERMAN FLEET to the Allies. Authentic and complete official pictures of the great German humiliation. We are presenting an extraordinary six reel drama that has two great redeeming feaetires: First, we are safe in saying it's a mas terful production second, it was taken in the Cumberands of Kentucky showing the grandeur of the most beautiful mountainous scenery, the fetile valleys, the f T7 TS1 -VVV TTvX 1 I i E 4 J 1 Assisted by W. Lawson Butt and one of the best and strongest casts that coud be secured for this grand production. The romantic ttory of a Kentucky vendetta how northern culture and refinement were conquered by the call of the clan The clarion call of the clan arouses the dormant savage within the breast of a society beauty Beset by deadly enemies her life nnd honor threat ened she defends her man even unto death Defending her man as a tigress defends her cubs, this -rentlv nurtured societv cirl narks bade to the primeval instincts or her sex. I o lovers ot a beau tiful love drama, with an all star cast and nature's most beautiful mountainous scenery "Her Man" is one of the best and will give sweet memories for many a day to come. We also present one of those great Mack Sennett Paramount two-reel comedies, r3 it's an uproar of laughter from start to finish Never miss these Sennett comedies. Extra Special Timely Attraction that every patriotic American should see, making this an extra fine entertainment for men, women and children. Seeing "The Surrender of the Entire German Fleet" is well worth the price of admission alone. Suffice to say, don't miss this grand entertainment. MM if J nm U US Mil u Uü 'DIFFERENCE! Even though their daddy is an energyess English son-in-law. Pa, Ma and the rest of the household are, C .1 1 '11 .1 f 1 ror the time oeing, reconciled over me ramer, oart of the affair. As a twice-at-once grand- j ather Pa possesses all the necessary ex-; uberance and generosity. j HE CARRIES A FIXED GRIN In a jew months, however but watch the1 progress in its weekly development "That Son-in-Law of Pa's" is found only in the Daily and Sunday editions of TI i iilLi Women's and Misses' Ready-to-Wear Garments at Lowest Prices. CHAS. B. SAX & CO. DR. L. H. WIRT, DENTIST Sil CXIOX TKUST IlLDO. X-Ilay -Anaesthetics, nome Phono 2891; IleU 2C27. Opca ersiUufi cxccjpt oelncMlAj UM ü rockstrewn hills, the actual Kentucky homesteads and mountaineers' Tf A TAT" J? PPl GreaUvst Baxpntiis In Tmvn. Economy Cloak Dept. Economy Dept. Second Iloor, 210-211 K. Mich lg&n. Or er Geo. lira ft Co. 5 and 10 Cent Store. When j on tlitnk of Ilomefur nlshlns think of "Sailors. tho diu NEWS -TIMES daw and d in 6 big reels, featuring one of the most beautiful young stars of the stage and screen ELAINE TW r ' ' Mack if v 'Jr. ' i :iiA i m : 1 1 a m ALWAYS A NEW TODAY The Splendid Emotional Actress NORMA TALMADGE In "THE HEART OF WET0NA' it The story of a charming Indian girl who was made the plaything of a white man. Pictumed from the stage hit of the same name. TOMORROW The Dramatic Favorite ELSIE FERGUSON In "HEART OF THE WILDS" The star plays a western girl who can ride well and shoot straight when occasion arises. A novel rele for this well known society ac tress, but one she plays par ticularly well. OilTLl TODAY PRETTY LOUISE HÜFF IN "THE SEA WAIF" A charming story of a young girl's fHt fcr riht. Written by an American soldier in France. A great show for children. TODAY AND TOMORROW, starting the new serial, "THE IRON TEST" 8wMt ALL CHILDREN ) ' j . !.. : I f ADMITTED FREE h; ) ) lilt I P0TAT0- Kews Times Coupon Serial, "The Iron eno. with thj r: "The Sea Waif" I p.a." ii cabins -in . El 7 V f 1. U t; v mi :ust r. i r PlCTUKE EVERY DAY Mnv tli;in one feminin f. in ;ileliev for the ;iix:ir:i nee of .Nor ma Talm:iile ami are anxious t se ller reanllos of llie Milijeti of iln jiirture. '"The I frart of W'etona" uie. tl.i aUraetie tar a e -hnnee t apjw.ii in a i li.ir.ii (it int. lliat of an In ch. in maiilen. hihhmI, won anil cl--MTlecl liy a while man. Thomas h ihan, a w t j . t !.i t- lead inj: man ami almost a s(.ir jM own lihl. i mtii in npjiort of Mi--, Talniacle. M'i:I AN HOIK AT TIM: i, si,i,i: m:v m:iis nv AM III.AK Till: ITNi: III - TKA. "Ileall o ihr Tuesday Willi I Ui Un(n a- '"I'-erre W ilcl.," s e I 'erunc.ii. wa I I lie I l.l III oil the laue a lew ean au. Tom Meiuhan i a! tlie I -;i J i n man in tfii iii:in livinu Iii e rvitial of -erc-en l.ier. Jet i ü üo i-ilA tt La nil J tilt Castle Theatre Monday &l Tuesday, Dec. 30-31 ;hovi:i hc lirt -t t-'-' Test, .i: : '.: Antonio Mor- ::- : :: V.. :. ; .. "Heart of Weto- n