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The News-Times Vage of Best in Northern Ind. r Ä. B. C. ENTRIES TRIO OF SPORTSMEN WHO BOUGHT THE GIANTS Well, here she is again. Isn't it a shame she can't behave herself, and everybody says that Theda Bara is the U ! It greatest actress on the screen, and why do they call her "The Modern Mephistophles?" While her heart was of II 1 1 t . 1 11 1 1 1 1 I- a 1 "I iJ marble, Dut sne proved sne was omy a woman wnen sne gave reienuess pursuu 10 me man or ner choice, and Theda Bara shows what happens to the Vampire, when she really falls in love. Does the right man ever marry the right woman? See the only ' '. V" South Bend Will be Poorly Represented This Year at National Shoot. 7 i Li Li V LI END NEXT MONTH; F-:-" i. . j ,1.1 i,, i pij.j.1, nirn.1.!! f -ni".i' if Tin ir j7 a.yj ru m ji:iiom:piiat siwm-:. Tim i dr.iuir.' ti'ir when en tries will ;'-; for tho annual tourn ament cf thf Arnrricnn Howling conpres.-, which will t,- held at To ledo from March s until March Hi. Thr entries will clo:- for th -vtu on Feb. 20, j.ist a month from to day. .Ju-t how many (h.ihx will tak part In the hiz rWs'ir cannot l.o ascertained at his time. Thro Is a crc.it deal of cnnvcr.-.ition amonic the cl.m about oinir tut nothins; definite lias as y-t h'-fn establHh-'l. At thU time there are hut two local teams who arc certain of competing and these arc th-' llacktails and tulebakers. Tlic latter will hf a mixed entry from South riid and Ilroit, the personnel of which is determined hy the men making the -t showing during the annual Inter-city scries, whfch Is heintc contested at this time. The other team th.it is all set is the Ihn ktail. who have taken part In all of the d.iics. A meeting of the South Hend , Howling association will he held at the Klks temple Thursday evenint' of all of the leagues in the city, at which will he dHcued local affairs as well as makinir preparation fir the hie tournament. Ihi I Tourney (Iom-s. The handicap tournament, which was started during the holiday sea son, has at lat la-en concluded. The five-men team event has boeri finish ed for the past two weeks, and the lesult?' announced through The Ne ws-Tims. Hut the two-men team ;nd individual events were con- iduded last Week. ciiT'loily always taking the joy out of life, which does not elim inate the bow I in e; fraternity, the contention beim? the leadership in the two-men event of the tourna ment. Tt looked like 'nlkronin and I.owden had the thintr sewed up when they turne. 1 in IL' 4 4. Hut It remained for the veteran team of Hickelhanpt and McNeill to ram in a surprise party, the Studehaker pair totalling which carried with it all of the trimmings. There were no changes in the individual event, and "Smiley" Stewart of th 'diver league carried off the plum with csr. The final stamlins of events are appended; To-Me lent Players these two Scores . . 1 3 -2 S Hiikelhaupt and McN'eill ""ukroninsr and I.orden . F'ahian and Iopj 'he,la and Hichardson DeaJil and ? meliker Stud.'liakpf .nil Studehaker . . . Individual Ilvent. Stewart ,1244 1 '' 1 1211 . 1 1 r r , g ' ; , fweit7er I, l'eyers Widnash Kiestler 121 fa-micr Is Hiih Chief. A reminiscent faee at'pears on the suf.ce of tlu roll of honor ll.L rrr'"k. John V. C.isir.ifr, t?ic liero of tnar-v battles en the drives turnin-T jn the fine y",iro of '2 1?., accnnipiih ed on the Klks dries in the Fed eral UaiMje. For t!i- 'e,-nth time the "nial Jidm Iiis !-e-p ehetel 'i p taiu of l.i tearv and !'... cejehraf the event prop.rlv. liili J.f: no doubt tit et'b'icnt leadership. Sh't-ifr' I.- Huck of the Tusk i" th Tet.iple e(crue, was eutent 'o a ecuntu! a te tpe sir,' if Tils lode number. C -and with it second I ae orj the hotmr roll. The ccun plete list , f d'i:h;e iTiit'irv p'-rform- rs for the week i-: as follow? Pia vers T.e.iu-u.- Casmier. l'edt i ,il Thiele. T I'lnl- Tlostiser. C:tv Woodruff, t'ity Hichards. 'ity , l'a ''ian. Cornr.ierei.il Lrderer Cir!?nere;al Seore n . L'A 4.2--. . 2 A 1 - 2 2 v .212-12', 2 2 I i;r:jiert. City I.u -as. r ili r.i' ?rt n'll. Orj;e'-.Tii Ti io Tntfle. Cify Keitli. (M:er Nirv--.th. C : ri i rri i' r e ' 1 1 Kavanitjli. "ehir!t- . . . . Kenlin. r.'d.;;.l Ilaucari. S:?'l:i r Sonint. r. ty i: P.eb. r-'-T. City "ool. Sincr Col: p. t!irr :i: L'A7-21 " Ü 1 ?M :n la:.. i r. '-' 1 2 :n 1 1 : o : - 2 a :) A - cor, Shumar. ()!iv. r 2- " orr.nier. Ci! y , r, W. C. MiPer, Federal Krnmpr, City '21 Turr.oo'u, V. O. V.. Sharkey. Vehi.-le . rohen. West Si b- 1 lul-er. Teni pie . . Kuple. Ciirirnet i il Pierson. Sir.c r . . Campl'i'll, Terr, pie KaritTrnnn. Temple I.owacli. West SiJo Ki---tler. Wrvt Si.le '2 a t- l j : . 2 n 2 r i :ai 2 A ,1 0 .) Woodruff. Orphean Tri1 G. Popp. 'Vmr.li re: il ... 2 A A 2'" A BOWLING SIMMHNCs S AND M'lUMH LI City Ivramie. W. L. Arnw .L Navy 1 TV t . ? ' Studr-bakers " Hard woo, is :: Hooiir "reaias ... Watch Co 1 1 Orpheum KM L .... 2 Tuttle Corporati'-n. : 4 Noxalls 1 " .K.7 CMUiHTfial Iji-huo. w. l. nn. V: Jr ' ' j" . X . J . . . v.... v...... V .f. . ..... ! .sta.o. .OmWreil by Uarr, N. li.ee the death of Mr. Brush. In 1U1H. disposed of the controlling laicre ha " curb broker aud lonS Ume ba.eball pauon, ts the principal man In the LTbe deal, and associated with Urn are John McGraw and City Magbtrate Mcüraw and also a great lover of the game. Choka Stars u 1.000 iSluros 1 ! Ind. 1'nuravini? 'o.. 4 ; Olivers I 2 J J-ithe Works :: :: j IJeti. lt Stats 1 j Super-Tta-ads 1 So o . t . .(,', . . 0 0 .ir.T I' itu sotilli I ieiid ( ,ear .o. a i. I'oleral Learnt'. V. L. Hills i J l aw us 4 2 j n funs :: " 1 It-. ,n r.. 1 iini .. o I I'll I i ' 1 1 . . . . 1 Deers I standard Oil Ixamiv. V. I.. Itrolit (' Kcd Frown 1 '2 I'olarine :: Semdac ' t I'erfection '1 Linol 1 " singer Ixamic. 16" Pet. 1.' .f.f.7 ."'0 ..::F! .107 Pet. r .. . o . C c 7 i n . t I I . l 7 Pet. . s r. -.r,f,7 .nr.: .r.oo Vard r. Ma diinerv 4 t'o-t 2 1 4 ( tflice 1 r. Temple I oairnc. j Tusks I Hairs ' llorn Stag's . r. l 4 1 F.rits , I. ovals l : 1 3 Watch Co. Iv.:u . I.. .1T .1S7 Pet. 1. "'' Flit Stee' Motion 1 in i.-liin . . . . .leWehl'S .Jobbers j Adjust, rs . . . . i 1 1 it , siiK lviirut. ! W. L. Csill iu- Taxis " 1 HiM'tiiiv: Specials . . ." 1 , t l;ok;i S! i i s , CreeivU'er Dnii's " 1 bins 1 ruiis ' : M. 11 ll.ippy I'rve - 1 :.lma n ' j Wilson Iii;m'. j W. L. l'n,b r .ir .... , o shippmvr " - 1 Cat til'- L". Stork -: tins wi:i:ii. ItTua.v. i;i:n. :ttti:i: co. u:.i;rr.- i'.i-'V.t f!n!.--. watch cn. Li:.cri: S: i IV s. Tradav. cmmi:i:'M.l i.CAcn: ci.o'tv I S:.its s. r., line. Co. t!ier- s. S,eith lb-'.!i tb;ir Co. S i i --T: a.ls vs. Lathe Wors Li b. It Lr-,.s. St. irs s. Spiros. ;.s . LLAc.n: Kiht iLi's. n:it:r;Ai. llaccl 1 Vbs s. I rs. : f:;r xt. Llks. W'dtl "vl.lV. MTV LLAf.Ci: Arrv .v Navy s. Hen;;, r Cri::v St b ilx r vs. Tnttle 'or;. W.st'h C'. s. H ,i rdvooi?. N"..:il!s vs. rph"i!m !',-. STAND.MM IL LLACCi: Pid.riv.e IVrf. o'icr:. 1 CV..vn s P. ir. .lite. 1 r.ol s. Thur-t!a . ltvt. i.i:.v;n: S:. . :a!- v. IV :grrir cr. S!s Purchasing. !'ro '.;:rt : .:i . M. tal Pattern. Te;-e Factory. 1 v ie'i - Plow Faints. !: , bit op-- V Ac L-e Irc-is vs. Woci Pattern. No 7 C.-iTv-r - Stock. llks tw-m!:n LFAC.FF S: i b:b Frblav. i t 'L!M! FI'M TIM" !.i:.HM: Li 'v ' r ri , r vs. S'.n'a Tla. G is fa. Hardwe..,D. "'rph--:n: s Spi ci i'.s. sMNCLL LFAGFL :fUo v Cost : . X: J. i 4 ..7V;Tv- .TrONEHAtM li.Mh.. elilU. UlllflUU' Uli' '.l.iniÄ. U.n.S,ead. Son,n,aw ct Jo.,, X.sb. Yard vs. Machinery. ti:.mhli: LKAdi'i: Hairs vs. Loyal. StaKs vs. (Irits. Horns vs. Uucks. WILS X H1IOS. LFAIT'K Siii;!'in?T vs. Stock. Fmlei-wear vs. Cuttincr. . : . ; . 1 ' ' ' ' I - Ji Ml'l-''-- - ' TTnl ' L G HARLES! i AFTOMOHILF LKAGI'K ret.! Monday Hoods vs. Windshields. .;' 7 Tuesday Tops vs. Pistons. .-7 I Wednesday Carburetors vs. Star. I er.-. Thursday Cylinders vs. Kadiator . I'riday Iviualizors vs. Horns. ! VFHICLi: LFACFi: j Monday Tonsmes vs. Studehakers. ; Tuesday Skeins vs. Hounds. 1 Wednesday Holsters vs. Spokes. : Thursday Axles vs. Hubs. , Friday Reaches vs. Ribs. ' i l s m; l ,.ii a. Monday Csillasr Taxis vs. Hans DrutT'. Tuesday Almas vs. Happy Five. Wednesday Choka Stars vs. Fre?- hafer r.rucs. Frblav Greeninc; Specials V3. M. IT. 2, C.etlier. I'ree throw- Vribb y. Substitutes Kiibby for Sarcrent for Joyce. Mcflratti for Fribley Wci-s for Mcaifney. OviiiKton for Ceth r. Refer Pearson. Tim r. Coach! j n,rais. Scorer, S.czepanik. Time of halve- 12 1-2 minutes SOKIN lO. IIA IHN I. In the secoml contest of the inter- "I.hall schedule'. Sorin hall defeated ' I'.adin and established a new record .! j in i::tt rhall athletics. I'.adin failed ftOO i to vlH'r'' il inr,f' basket during the j entire c unc. The best the losers Per. ' ro'''(' uas a ri" tluou' 'hich I (Mine in the lirst tiiree minutes of play. After that Hadin's forwards r.Aa w(ro helplesr.. Sorin's Kuar-is break--rn'ii'.J' up every coin bination which the "".im : I -' rs foritied in an attempt to score. .-. i a I Tie- M'Ciinl j?ame was a rough and tumble alfair, botli s'idos hcint; guilty r,ä, ; of tbe committed offt nses. "Hank" ' Anderson furnished the amusement Tot. ,or tm followers of both sides when .."". the HaMinites faileil to move the ..-,2; ' ' cefy physiijup. All attempts to ! cet" Anderson went for naught. .40 1 ! Anderson continued to jday and con- tiib'.ited his share to the victory. I'.oth teams lacked the pep which Was a noticeable thing in the cur tain i.aLer. Sentuld, playing at for var 1. started like a whirlwind, but tlu lac of proper practice was in ei,bnce when he misse, a number f easy baskets. The seore: siin (10) r.atlin (I) Sccabt Padden Light l'orwarl. Mill- r Pater Left I'orward. i Iallor an Smouor Cent, r. H. Anderson iVm.i'.dson Light Cuard. j "We:,s llobhj Left Cuard. i Ha--ket! Seot'ebl 2. Van Dyke 2. Anderson. Tree throw Pater. Suh . titu:.- V an Ike for Milba-. Kinu ' a.. If I . 1 X lie. 1 1 . i i . i ' I . t . , ii;;y ior ior.ab:son, K, eh- fn:- Ipib . L f ree Lrandy. I Timer Lader. Scorer Szczepanik. NORTHERN RUSSIA IN HANDS OF NEW OFFICIALS 1 i ALtMlANGLU Friday.' Jan. 17.--! Lieut. Cun. Kuieni1 Karloitch Mi!!1; h i b-en appcintel go.-rn.or gen eral of the region of the north and j e-o:!'.ciul commander-in-chief of th- ! aortbi iu Lussi.m troops. The activo i commander if th' troops will be i Gen. Mafashevsky. I Th. se ami cth. r changes in the i u'overr.rr. -r.t of northern Lussia we:-.1 laatle m c o!-.r.e"tion with the -pect-; ed ib i irture ,.et w ek for Pari- j i f Nicholas Tschaikowsky. provision al pr.sident of the government of north Lu.La i .. ...a intii in. vi I'-inds 'I tii' Kruse u.n ,m.u i.mv bo üeco flf Att e'' ui i ' '; m V" ": " ,. purchase. Ue Is the cble money ma, francla X. llcyuade. a ciose friend o, STARTS AT N. Corby and Sorin Halls Begin Season With a Vic tory Apiece. standing of tin Team W. L. Corbv 1 ( Pet. I.Ofi'J 1.000 .f'Ou .0(PJ .000 ! Sorin 1 o I Walsh o 1 Ratlin i 1 I'rowpson u i nv Lriu:i) ali:ami:k. Corby hall opened the 1319 intcr- imll Laskcti'all season at Notre Damt-, yestenViv morning, by scor ing a ecisive ictor- over Walh hall, by the score of 20 to 7. ..Uhre, tlie captain -of the Fresh man basketball team, was the chief factor in the victory. Although play ing at his position as guard. Mehre played the game of two forwards, making 14 points of the total 0. His work electrified the large number of .spectators when ho duplicated his I rilliant work of Saturday evening against the .uuth Lend V. M. C. A. The losers put up a good battle in the first half, nolding the victors to : tie, the scort1 being t, to 6. In thai second half however, Walsh's de fense crumpled, the guards Ining un ablf to check the rally. Mehre and Hoar formed a combination which heran .-coring at will. Corby's guards played well. After allowing Walsh to scorethree bask ets in the first half, they made up for it in the s cond period. WaL-h hall did not ciUe a single basket. All that WaNh could get was on? free throw", that being made by Frib ley. The score: Corby (20) WaKli C) Martin Joyce :ight For. vard. 1 1 on r McGa ff ney ' j ft I'orward. Traf ten (Icthc-r Ceiitt r. Mehre Margen t Light Guard. IM. Anilorson Zimmer Left Guartl. Laskctf Möhre 7. Hoar ?., Joyeo Soldiers SKave With Cuticura Soap The Healthy Üp-To-Date Cuticura Way No muj?. no Hirr.y scsp, tio irrms, o frre acmii. no wiste. no irritation rr when shaTd twice daily. One cwp for all iisfä sharrr.Ä. batbrs ar.d sh.Tpoc:r.i:. Hoab'M rar or eycimcy. rot to sr&i of value m promotir.)? skin purity. sk:n com fort and skin hea.h due to us delicate, fratrrant Cuticura mcdicatha. Largest selling skin soap in the world. Dsy Cuticura Toilet Trio 2 Ccr.s:?tinr cf Scj?, Ointmer.t and Talcum are indispensatle adjuncts cf the da Jy toi let in ma. r.tair.ini: sia purity and skin health. By bn-urr. these delicately medi cated emollaTrts in h-equer.t ecotact wh your kkin a in use for all toUet purposes, you keep the skin. ea'.n. hair and hands clear.sweetandhea'.thy 25c ea. everywhere. NT RH LERG 6 ä'Tf1 nn E3 A story of a beautiful girl without a conscience. Passionate, powerful love. She was a coquette, dangled men's hearts from her finger tips, but when the right man came along, won him by her daring and captured the man she wanted. "The She Devil" will convince the most skeptical that Theda Bara lives up to her title, "The Queen of Vampires." See the champion heart-breaker of Spain. See the Spanish siren toy with hearts as a cat plays with a mouse. "The Sh; Devil" is in six power ful reels. We will also present one of those greafc William Fox "Sunshine" two-reel comedies, "The Diver's Last Kiss." There have never been any comedies to equal these Sunshine comedies. Look who's coming, veryhody's popular favorite, Smiling GEORGE WALSH. Nuf-ced. GERMANS, CAPTURED, CLAIM HOT MEALS LONDON, Jan. 19. A story of propaganda that proved a boomer-) ang has reached London from France. In the closing stages of the war when the Germans were surrendering In large numbers, a British intelligence officer was greet ed by a group of prisoners with cries of: "Kot meaP Hot meal!" The officer showed surprise, but the Germans continued to shout, j "Hot meal!" and rub their stomachs. I "Nothing doing in not meals," the j officer replied. Thereupon the Germans pulled out leaflets carefully hidden away in their clothes, and cried, "Ticket for hot meal ticket!" The leaflets, apparently distrib uted from the air, informed Fritz that if he came in and surrendered he would get a hot meil. In brief, military- language the British officer told the Germans that he knew nothing of th origin of the leaflets and that there must b a mistake, but the Germans came hack with: "Englishmen always keep their word. Hot meal! Coupon for hot meal!" According to the story, nothing remained for that British division but to set to work at once and pre pare hot food for the hungry pris oners streaming fn, thereby consid erably slowing up the advance at that point of the line. WOn,!) JOIN COUNTRIES. VI ft NN A (via Amsterdam), Jan. 20. Dr. Otto Bauer, the foreign minister of German-Austria, in an election speech yesterday, endorsed the union of German-Austria with Germany. woiiKs wiiili: you sli:ki KIXIANCML coal burns up clean and holds tire over night. Try it. If vou dougt it. ask your neighbor who is using it. Call phones. Bell 2 79. Home r279. C. H. Defrees, Sale Agent. "13 S. Taylor st. Advt. 11231-21 Oliver Theatre Starting Tomorrow Even ing at 8:15 for a Six Days' Run. Matinees Daily The Big Photoplay Hit! (JrtMtovt l'lioto-Dramntic Spcc taclc liver Ith1ihvi!. Tells a Patriotic Story of Peace. Rare in Senario, Direction and Production. An Exceptional Screen Success. Thousands saw it in Chi cago during the long en gagements at the Black stone theater and the Playhouse. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1. Matinees 25c and 50c - HIST - 1J ALWAYS A NEW TODAY Another Favorite of the Operatic Stage ANNA CASE -in- 'THE HIDDEN TRUTH' The American beauty of grand opera makes her screen debut in this modern American story of financial and social intrigue. TOMORROW Popular Athletic Star DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS - in 'ARIZONA" A powerful story of life on the Mexican border, adapted from the stage classic by Augustus Thomas. As the famous lieutenant hero, Fair banks is at his best. You know what that means. CASTLE TODAY The Beautiful and Stately Star JUNE ELVIDGE in "THE BLUFFER The story of a girl who tried her way through life and happiness that resulted. TOMORROW ANNA CASE "THE HIDDEN TRUTH." Union Trust Company tt&fa Ipclt Boxes with cpeclaJ fadbl.'to for th privacy ot cus tom im, ADLER BROS. On Michigan at Washington Since 1894. TIIC STORE FOR SIEN AXD noYs. MAX ADLER COMPANY World's Best Clothes. Corner Mich, and Wash. SU. CITIZENS BANK & TRUST CO. Siifety Deposit Boxes $10 per year. EH r See the cluimpen fuxirt breaker of Sp&nr See ttu Sp7iish Siren taj nrith hexrls as tiCtn rLzysirttJx William Tax 4 THEDA BMA in SB DEVIL S7 UucU ßa. ra Supa- fWxri.-n An intrWo cflavr f as done in Spaii PICTURE EVERY DAY That oiKrntk stars art proving themselves as prol actors as singers and Ytiiiiiin xpularity on the screen, is evidenced Iy the eartvr of Gcraldinc IYirrar, Una Cavalicri, Mary Garden and l'nrieo Caruso, all of vhom have appeared on our screen in original photopLiys. .An other prima donna to join the rank, of the silent players" is leuutiful Anna Case, vhosc lirt picture is shown atthis tiieatcr toIay, and the Catlo tomorrow. The piece chosen for her debut is n. "olorfu! drama of modern life. The original "Ari7.ona" on the stape thrillexl pneat crowds evcry uhere for jcars. With no pallopins: licutcoant, no iild pndrie, no Doug las I'airhaiiks. SWe it imw on tin screen, with all the-c aMed. to "'bluff" of the un in The Latest in LADIES' WEAR. T. S. GARLAND & CO., 139 S. Michigan SL Doa't Pay Cash for Your Clothing. Your Credit I Good at GATELY'S, 381 S. Miehlen St. Wh&t Have You In Your Attic TO EXCHANGE As Part Pay on .Vtw Goods? HELLER'S Art Materials, Iicturo lYamlng. THE I. W. LOWER DliCORATI-V COMPANY, South iW nd, Indiaria. Wall Paper. Oraperi.. Paint Supplia. "X V o vv.o - e WE n 9V i! i 1 i J3 TONIGHT AT 8:15 SHARP Adeline Amusement Co., Inc., Presents CF Ö5MA In the Fastest and Funni est Musical Farce on Any Stage Anywhere Im So IIa Look over the All-Star Cast which includes ALMA YOULIN DOLLY CASTLES ROBERT JACKSON HARRY OAKLEY LOUISE LARSON MARY KILCOYNE WILLIAM DE VENS IRMA BERTRAND EDGAR SEDAN. And The Peacock Ally Girls Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 and SI. 50. ! 0 - ! 5 NOW PLAYING h ORPHEUM WAR WEEKLY MAl'I) DAMI.I.S lreNint.s "THE RISING GENERATION" Patriotic JuwnlU Sjkn taclc. rl IIolM.i . 3 . I" fli 1 1 Iail 2 I 'M. CHAS. F. SEMON "The arrow 1 VI low." THE MISSES BLACK Sc WHITE In Their Votdty Ii-r-ion. REGAN & REN ARD 'The Neu Hot 1 Clerk." FRANK C. ARMEN Nmclty Julcr. TIICKS1 AY WOOD, YOUNG & PHILLIPS Ami rMir Other Act-. s , . .. . ' i 1 iU w PPlf