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""1 r. r,.t.t, r r.rvv .r n, ivl. inn auuill I5EJND NfcAVS-TIMES The News-Times Page of El y WL AT TOLEDO Big Crowd of Rooters Expect ed to Go With Local Con testants Next Month. nv ji:iiosi:pii.t i.m:. It 1; i ii 1 1 certain th.it 10 tr.irn? will rontr-st in the annual tourna ment of the American Howling Con Kfss to be h-ld at Toledo during the is I month of March. This was t.ih.!(Ja11' Oliver Iih-d at th meeting of howlers hdd at the Orh'um howling alleys nnday afternoon. The rlub to po are the Hurktails. Choka St.irs, Koehhr & Schäfers. Jr-cnlntf Specials, Hoosi r Creams, nrfun. Jimmy & Coat's Army & N'.ivy and Olivers. Two other teams are a probability as the Halles will pry likely jenl a team and a third ' luh from the i;iks temple in al.-o a possibility. It I very likely there will l.e i bit? crowd of rooters to accompany the howlers thta year, as nearly 30 have already expressed a desire to r.ake the trip. In order that all of the tourists are to he properly taken arc of, lists are poinp to b. placed in all f the bowling establishments in the city, so that hotel and other I c cotnmodaltons car. be provided for. Many (iood Seore. ."t only ar- playrrs rolling poo 1 ores but the various organizations throughout tne city are statrinir Ml'tidid raffs for honors While a ''ood many of thm arc worthy of j more thcu pasinK moment, that of the Orphum Ti i leairiic. w here .iv' of the six clubs are but one u;;mt- apart for the leadership, mt be conceded tile best of the lot. One-half of the clubs in the Ve hicle league of the Stude!aker club, ire but two games apart, three of 'hem. the Kirns. Skeins and Stude baker. . eins tied for first place. The first Jive i lul s in the City league are separated by three Karnes, the Studebakers and South Bend Watch Co. being tied for the bad. Five of the eight teams in the Commercial league are but three gunes apart. Tight for leadership. Hans Drugs and Choka State? are fighting for the leadership in the West Side league, but the Watch Co. league lias procession in force, with the Finishing team in front. The Deers and Flks are tied for first place in the Federal league. The Horns are creating a prohibitive lead In the Temple league. However, handicaps change in the latter or ganizations this week, which may mean a reversal of conditions. The i:lks league got under way during the week and promises to be counted among the big institutions in the city, both from the standpoint of enthusiasm and artistic achieve ment. It appears t. !e the mould ing together of promising material that has nvr been given an oppor tunity to appear on the surface be fore. PJchards Criuri Calcium. Th'" pat week proved another i improvement over the previous like period In the numerical strength of tlie roll of honor nrni. While thrr? were no extraordinary performances, the class wes augmented by a con fident hie number over the previous we-k. and there were IS of the boys who deposited 220 or better in their t-STorts. . Of the. ex-.date champion Itb-h-uds Jed the way with 2.", and was !resed hard with one pin less by ieorge Thum, while third honors wer- divided between Kella and Kt.stiser at 2?. whl-h is crowding things pretty hard. Xearly every league in the city has a representa tie in the honor roll thi week, but the City league hoys, predominate. The complete list of 2C'0 perform ers In league play during the week are appended: Players Lea:;;:? S-oro Kiehard. City 20 0-23 Thurn. City .'.:: -21 1-2:. Hostiser. Wcs Side 23 Keila. Commercial 234 Holland. Klks ToubV 233 Waters. Temple 23 2 Waters. Orphan m Trio Woodruff. City i Lk out TODAY MATINEE AT 2:30; NIGHT AT 8:15 ALSO TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Follow the Crowds and See ihe Screen Hit t of the Season r Arsj w im i THE BIG TEN REEL FEATURE NOW PLAYING TWICE DAILY Evenings 8:15 Sharp Matinee All Seats 25c. HolUnd. 1-Vdral 22C Parvls. C.,13 Co 22Z ll. ll. Millar. Vehicle 225 HatnM. Commercial 223 Thurn, Elk Double 222 Schnid-r. IMk DouMe 222 Morgan. Kaeh-s 221 luMwr. City 221 P.ostIsr, City 22 0 ('asmicr, Federal 219 Cslllac. West Sid 219 Urr.wnHI, Orphrum Trio 219 fJhs.. Commf rcinl Vjn Kirk. City .. 217 . . .213 ...215 . . .213 . . .214 .. .214 07-213 . . .212 . . .211 .. .211 . . .211 :. .210 . . .210 . . .209 . . .209 . . .20 . . .209 . . .207 . . .207 i:urrrt. city I lionip. J'xpress . ! P.-irth. City .... ; Williams, flas Co. Dennis, Federal . . nonK Temple . . Hrownell. City Water?, City KiereJn. U'rt Side 1 Horwath. Commercial Fetter. Oliver Kraman. Vehicle .... Klake, Orpheum Trio Colu n, West Side . . . Smognr, Elks Cosgrove, Elks Double Haugan. Singers .... Hyde. Watch Co 20ß 204 204 I'.urkart, Federal Iavies. Federal .... fiaik, Vehicle ....... 204 204 204 20 3 203 20 3 203 201-202 202 202 . . . .202 I Mohn. West Side .... Kernhardt. Federal . Haslinger. Singers . Yockcy, Vehicle .... Fabian. West Side-.. Zilky, Vehicle Ki' hards. Elks Double Korts. Cutter Co Csillag. Commercial . Virgin. Federal . ..201 . .201 . .201 . .201 . .200 . .200 . .200 Richards. Federal Tuttle, City Zimmerman. Orpheum Trio llcrknman, Singers Koches, Commercial Anderson. City Hut I'our Select Class Men. There were only four double cen tury average performers during the week, in which George Thurn of the Hoosier Creams in the City league, was in a class all by himself, the other three, Richards, Dennis and Holland, just getting by the hoy with the distance flap:. Mal. Dennis had to hurry to be included, as he breezed tinder the wire in a postponed contest Tn ihe Federal league Saturday afternoon, by posting three consispent scores. The complete list of select clas men is: Players league Score Thurn. City 649 Richards Federal 602 Dennis. Federal C01 Holland. Elks Double 600 Commercial Ivrnsme Avornsrcs. A pretty fight exists in the Com mercial league for Individual honors in which seven players are within three points of each other. Of these the Indiana Engraving Co. team has three players. With as many play ers high in individual work one would expect that team to lead, hut to the contrary, the team occupies third place in the league race. On the other hand, the leading piros have hut one man among the high average class, while the Choka tars, who are also tied for first place in the league race, do not have any. The seven leaders, their average, and the club they belong to. are found appended: Player Club Av. Kctz. Ind. Encravinc 176 Calill. Ind. Fngraving 175 C. Hatfield. S. Rend Ceor Co 17S Rüpel. Ind. Engraving; 175 Horwath. OHors 173 FaMan. Olivers 174 Myers. Spiro.- 174 ! riOWMNd STANDINGS A! SClIITDVIiFS. Automobile league. j W. Ii. Pet. Horns 20 7 .741 19 S .704 tarters 19 S .704 j Pistons 15 12 .555 'carburetors 14 13 .519 Radiators 13 li .481 Equalizers 11 16 .407 Windshields ! IS .333 Cylinders S 19 .231 Tops 7 20 .259 City I.cagtic. W. L. Pet. Studebakers 10 " .6 67 Watch Co 10 5 .6 67 j Army & Navy 9 6 .600 Hoosier Creams ... 9 6 .600 Hardwoods S 7 .533 I Orpheum Kids in .333 1 Tuttle Corp 5 10 .333 HEATER V UM Afternoons 2:30 Sharp Nights 25c and 50c Noxalld 4 11 .287 j L. Pet. I 4 .731 4 .733 6 .600 6 .600 7 .523 9 .400 12 .200 12 .200 L. Pet. 1 .667 1 .667 1 .657 . . i j o 7 m .00. Comnirnial Ijcajrue. w. Choka Stars 11 Splros II Ind. En graving Co.. 9 Olivers 9 So. IJend Gear Co.. . 8 S. IL Lathe Works. 6 Liebelt Stars 3 Super-Treads 3 Elks Ijcajrur. v. Charms 2 1 Tails Pucks Herds Tylers 1 1 . o Pet. .667 .667 .400 .400 3 3 3 Fctlcrnl Iimsruo. W. D. : io 3 Deers Elks . Fawns nuis . Orfuns Krongs 10 9 6 6 9 10 10 OrplKiim Trio Icagtio. W. 9 9 8 8 8 3 Pet. .600 .600 .333 .533 .533 .200 Pet .667 .533 .333 .467 .100 .400 Pet. .600 .600 .400 .400 ret. .630 .630 .630 .593 .556 .481 .444 .370 .333 .333 Pet. .667 .583 .500 .500 .417 .333 Tct. .667 .333 .278 Santa Rosa Specials . . . (Jas Co. 6 Lumbermen Shafer Lumber Co.. Orpheums Stamlanl Oil IioaEue. W. L. Red Crown i 1 1 1 io r rarom.es a t 8 Perfection 8 7 Semdacs 7 8 Finols 6 9 Polarines 6 9 Singer Ionijtic. W. 1 Cost 9 6 Yard 9 6 Machinery 6 9 Omce . 6 9 Vehicle Lagiie. W. Ii. Rims 17 10 Studebakers 17 10 Skeins 17 Spokes 16 Reaches 15 Hubs 13 Tongues 12 Hounds 10 Roisters 9 Axles 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 1R 18 Vntcli Co. Jje4iruc. W. L. Finishing S 4 Flat Steel 7 5 Jeweling 6 6 Jobbers 6 6 Adjusters 5 7 Motion 4 8 Wilson Bros. Ii'ajnie. Cutting 13 5 Underwear 12 6 Shipping 6 12 Stock 5 13 West Shlo Icagiio. w. Hans Drugs 11 Choka Stars 10 Csillag Taxis 8 Greeninff Specials.. 1 M. H 7 Alma 6 Happy Five 6 Freehafer Drugs . . 5 I 4 5 7 S 9 9 10 Pet. .733 .667 .533 .467 .467 .400 .400 .333 GAMHS TITTS WKKK. Monday. CUTTER CO. LEAGUE Eight clubs. WATCH CO. LEAGUE Six clubs, Tuesday. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Olivers vs. Splros. Liebelt Stars vs. Gear Co. Choka Stars vs. Super-Treads. Intl. Encrav. Co. vs. Lathe Works. FEDERAL LEAGUE Prongs s. Orfuns. Fawns vs. Pills. Elks vs. Deers. GAS CO. LEAGUE Eight clubs. Welnosday. CITY LEAGUE Studebakers vs. "Watch Co. Hoosier Creams vs. Hardwoods. Noxalls vs. Army St Navy. O. K.'a vs. Tuttle Corporation. STANDARD OIL LEAGUE Perfection vs. Semdac. Finols vs. Parolltes. Polarines vs. Red Crowns. Thurjclay. ELKS LEAGUE Stars vs. Tails. Rucks vs. Tylers. Charms vs. Herds. OLIVER LEAGUE Production vs. Accounting. Forge vs. Wood Pattern. Inspection vs. Stock. Machine Shop vs. Designing. No. 7 Gang vs. Metal Pattern. v Grey Iron vs. Purchasing. Oliver Specials vs. Factory. Sale, vs. Plow Points. ELKS DOUBLE LEAGUE Six clubs. Friday. ORPHEUM TRIO LEAGUE Specials vs. Santa Rosa. Gas Co. vs. Lumbermen. Shafer Lumber vs. Orpheum. TEMPLE LEAGUE Grits vs. Hairs. Loyals vs. Tusks. Stags vs. Horn3. WILSON PROS.. LEAGUE Shipping vs. Stock. Underwear vs. Cutting. INGER LEAGUE Yard vs. Machinery. Office vs. Cost. AUTOMOBILE LEAGUE Monday Windshields vs. Cylin ders. Tuesday Carburetors vs. Horns. Wednesday Tops vs. Equalizers. Thursday Pistons vs. Radiators. Friday tarters vs. Hoods. VEHICLE LEAGUE Monday Studebakers, vs. Axles. Tuesday Roisters vs. Rims. Wednesday Skeins vs. Reaches. Thursday :Hounds vs. Hubs. Fridaj Spokes vs. Tongues. WEST SIDE EEAGUE ' Monday Freehafer Drug, vs. Cidllag Taxis. Tuesday Hans Drugs vs. Happy Five. Wednesday Choka Stars, vs. Greening Specials. FriAav . Best in Northern Ind. BE TALK AT N. D Schedule for Next Fall is a Strong One To Begin Practice Soon. 11V CILYIILKS A. GKIMKS. Since victory refuses absolutely te perch on the Notre Dame basket ball standard this rtason, and Wa bnsh has come and gone with an other Gold and Blue scäTp, campus gosip was confined largely yester day to football practice for next season. The footall schedule as announced by Coach Rockne is perhaps the ttrongest ever mapped out for a Notre Dame eleven. Games are scheduled with two ' conference teams. Rockne could have had at available dates for such contests. He arranged two, however, that ought to decide the championship of In diana if nothing else. Will Play Indiana. Indiana will play Notre Dame at Indianapolis, Nov. 1, in a game that from a Hoosier standpoint should prove to be the most Interesting on the schedule. The downstaters sev ered athletic relations with Notre Dame ten years ago. Last spring relations were resumed in baseball and Notre Dame walloped th Rloomington collegians. Coach Jumbo" Stiehm, of Indiana, ex- pect to develop one of the greatest HooIer elevens ever gotten togeth er next fall and things he can lip one over on Rockne's eleven. Rut Notre Dame will certainly not be weaker than in the last two years, and a great battle should result. With a ba.dly hanged-up team, No tre Dame trounced Purdue last fall. Another game has been scheduled for Nov. 22nd at Lafayette this year. AY 111 Tackle Army. Notre Dame will tackle the Army again at West Point after a year's lay-off. The game l.s scheduled for Nov. . Immediately after the arm istice was signed the athletic direc tors at the Point wired Rockne for a game this season. Rockne consid ered the second Saturday in Novem ber acceptable. Notre Dame has won three of the five games played with the Army. Games with Great Lakes, Michi gan Aggies and Nebraska are the other important contests on Rock ne's schedule. Kalamazoo College will open the season here October 4, Great Lakes comes on the 11th, No tre Dame plays Nebraska at Lincoln the 18th, Western State Normal plays here the 2 5th, Notre Dame goes to Indianapolis for the game with In diana Nov. 1. and to West Point for the Army game Nov. 8. The Mich igan Aggies come to Notre Dame Nov. 15, Notre Dame goes to Purdue the 22nd, and from Lafayette to Omaha, Neb., to clash with Creigh- ton In a Thanksgiving finale. IVuctice in Three Weeks. Spring football practice will be gin in three weeks. Many of the old men are returning and great things are expected of next year's eleven. Grant, O'Hara, Fitzpatrick, Slackford, McDermott, Bergman, Kasper and Meagher are some of the old-timers still in France who are planning to return to Notre Dame as soon as Uncle Sam no long er needs their services. Mclncrney and Murphy, having paid the su preme sacrifice, will never return. With Gipp, Bahan, Brandy, Smith. Mohn, Trafton, Anderson, Crowley and two score other aspiraants, Rockne will start the spring season with a wealth of material. Prepare Ir Baseball. Trainer Szczepanik, Coach Rock ne's accentric athletic equipment idlctator, is preparing the gym for 70 new football and baseball men. Lockers are being repaired for the ue of the newcomers, many of whom will be baseball candidates. First call for diamond aspirants will be sounded by Captain Ralph Sjo berg shortly after the basket ball team starts on Its last trip of the season next week.' THEATERS PHOTOPLAY VERSION OF WRIGHT'S NOVEL IS JUST LIKE BOOK None of the strong points in Har old P.ell Wright's novel. "The hep .,rd of the Hills," are lost in the hlmb'-Ulon of the story, which was produced under the author's per sonal direction and which opened a live days' engagement at the Oliver theater yesterday. As in the book, the picture opens with the advent in the Ozark Mountains of the old man from the city. He has come to make up to the backuools people the wrong hi son, an artist, has done in deserting a girl who has posed for the picture which mad? him fa mous. The wrong was partly the father's who wished his f-on to makj a marriage bentting the son of a cultured cU-rsyman. Char.ce leads him to stop for the night at the cab in of the f.-.thcr of th? girl. She has leen dead uftecn years and her son is a wild child of ihe hiiis, half wit ted. The old man becomes a shepherd for the Matthews family and hia kindly lnSuer.ee is: felt throughout the region. The moonshiners recent his presence, belieing him to be a revenue officer. Their attempt to kill him is stopped by the better res idents of Mutton Hollow, The n- GlfJ FOOTBALL tlr sld of Ufo in the woods centers about '"Sa-mmy" Lane, whose spirits have succeeded in Rhortentnfc' her jiame from ama.ntha. All her life fhe has loed her playmate. "Young Matt," but the is tryin? to make herself believe she loves another. In the end th Shepherd finds his eon on hi.s deathbed In a cave in the vic inity, where he has come, drawn back by loe for the girl he desert ed, and the Matthews family forrive him Just before he dies. Iff. a strong story, well retold and some wonderfully beautiful scenes iire shown. During the run of the pic ture here Jut two performa-nces v.ill be given each daj. In the afternoon at 2:30 and S:15 at night. AT THH OL1VKR. "Peg O' My Heart." which comes to the Oliver theater next Sunday afternoon and night, has a plausablo story in which laughter and te.irs are deftly mingled, and has for its central character one of the sweet est heroines ever seen on a stae. "Pej" is an unspoiled, irresponsible tit of a girl whom chance throAvt- in the way of a haughty unnatural family. They are so unlike htr that she is made very unhappy, but in the last act, though the man who has won her love, her smiles return. AT Till: AUDITOR I UM Patrons of the Auditorium will welcome Dustin Farnum in "The Light of Western Stars," to be shown today and tomorrow. This famous star will be seen as the wild, but lovable Gene Stewart, aco cow boy of the southwestern border. With Dustin Farnum's virile, con vincing talent and the mot thrill inly fascinating of Zane Grey's stor ies, the picture teems with exciting interest, It is said. The plot deals with the adventures which arise out of Genee Stewart's wild wager, that he would marry the first girl that blew into the little western town. When he has carried out his wager further than he knew and the girl proves to be the slater of the ranch er whose foreman Stewart is, things happen quickly. The settings are said to be very beautiful and the cast headed by Winifred Kingston is excellent. "A Kaiser There Was." a two-reel comedy, will also be shown. AT Til 17 CASTLE. 'Mandarin's Gold" is one of the year's most unusual pictures. Shown at the Castle theatre today, v.-ith beautiful Kitty Gordon in the lead ing role, it will attract wide-spread attention. Jam-packed with sur prises and thrills, it presents this famous beauty in one of her best roles, that of a society woman gam bler in need of money, and who in a surprising manner is given an op portunity of securing it. The dream idea has been worked out to par ticularly good advantage in this fea ture. "The Iron Test" is also a fea ture of the program. "Who Cares?" featuring Constance Talmadge, is tomorrow's picture at tho Castle. at Tin: onrirKUM. Although apearing last on the program, "The Kagtlme Dining Car' Is by no means the least of the at tractions at the Orpheum theater for the tlrst half of the week. Ilughey Howard and Johnny Fields make riood minstrel men. Their singing and comedy are enjoyable. Oscar Ix?e is also a good singer, and tho trio of voices in popular songs wina the applause of the audience. The setting for the act Is a 20th century limited dining car, which affords an excellent vehicle for the trio of fun makors. Endowed by nature with the attributes of a comedian, includ ing six feet of elongated height without any pa.rticula.r accomppni- ment of circumstance, "Delia," tho woman half of the team of "Delia and Omar,' makes everybody la-ugh. As the French would say, "it is to laugh Just to look at her." Assisted by here natural comedian "lines" she has some others that are provid ed to make the act complete. "Omar" appears to do very wtll as an assistant, but that is all he does, assist "Delia" in carrying out her part of the eperformance. The "Aerial Odity" of "Paul and Pauline" opens the entertainment, and provides a number of thrills in trapeze and swinging ring feats. The two performers ?tve an appropriate line of repartee during their act. Minna Walters and Walter Daniels in what they call "Xonsensee and Other Things Amusing," give some clever entertainment. In addition to their clever witiexsms, MLs Walters plays the violin and Mr. Daniels im personates in a pleasing manner "a soldier of ,61.M The rest of the time given over to vaudeville lor the lirst half of the week is taken up ly the "Cliff Play ers," in a plajlet called "Done in Oil." The Universal Current Events motion p ictures are of the usual in teresting kind, showing many of the j big recent ocurences at home and in Europe. C. J. C. "VHO CAItlJ?M PL.KASKS WITH COXSTAXCH TAUM AIKJU Constance Talmadge In "Who Cares?" is the Lasallc's good attrac tion today. Taken from Cosmo Ham ilton's popular novel of the same name it follows the book closely. Miss Talmadge is well adapted to the role of the careless, lonesome girl who rui a away from a quiet home and marries a nice, young chap to secure her freedom. She re- I. M,cl iu's i-1 """', and goes about with other men. The domestic dilommna of this yo, couple makes an Interesting story. Miss Talmadge dainty and charming frivilous heroine very lovable in frivilous heroine very lovrable in sjdte of her foolishness. Harrison Ford and an excellent cast give good support. Tuesday: A Paramount speaal. ' Little Wonu-n." HKLIAXCE COAL. It's the most satisfactory all round fuel that evtr graced any one bin. You know about a wcrd to Tie ie. Call Phones: Bell 27. Home "-273. O. H. Defrees. .".15 Taylor st. Ll 113-9 FIRST IN THE NEWS-TIMES AUD With a famous and popular star In a smashing big sensational drama of tile western border by a great and well known author, ZANE GREY, and a man who is loved by every man, wom an and child, Ihe Light of Western There is very little more to be said, and we are perfectly safe in saying, having seen the picture, that it's not only one of ZANE GREY'S best dramas, but it's the greatest picture that this most popular star has ever appeared in. It is impressive, thrilling, pic turesque, rich m human in terest; its gr ery is a positive del a story that tion from start cut-of-the-crdina ry cial feature ure with real action istic atmosphere. greatest men are io have fallen deep- iave fought and con- in an artistic The 11 those who have fallen deep- fst and have fnuo-hr nnd rnn. wild auto race against time and death. See this thrilling ' J :- "'fr scene and fight Can anyone HM i v 42 "V7-.-:--put up a fight like either Dus- : 1 V 1V ; : l - ; ' tm or 4 William Famum? And are there any two brothers who can equal the F"amtiTri hov rr zx rr LnH-r" liked by the amusement go - ing public? The answer is, try to get in the Auditorium when either Bill or Dustin Farnum are i- town. Thar' by all for their manly work ? and as artists of the highest f caliber. With this great six- reel western drama we will also present a riot of. a two-1 reel comedy. "A KAISER '& THERE WAS," a rollicking, nonsensical piece of fun tied up with "what should be done to the kaiser." With this knock out, screaming comedy and Dustin Farnum, we should keep it a week instead of two days. Ladies, children and all who can, come to the matinee, others come very early or nine o'clock eight o'clock watch the crowd and line up. Some great show. P. S. Th famous FARNUM brothers, William and Dustin, are great-grandchildren of Dan iel Webster. M NOW PLAYING ORPHEUM CURRENT EVENTS HOWARD & r FIELDS Holiday-. In 'A Kagtinn; Din- s.-oo. ins Car." rrnin(i 7:80 and DANIELS & WALTERS v'r Daily Nonsense and Other 2:ao. Things. ll CLIFF DEAN PLAYERS "Ioii; in Oil." DELEA & ORMA Six lYct of Comedy. PAUL S: PAULINE An Aerial Novelty. THURSDAY ' 1919 WINTERGARDEN REVUE" An1 I'our Other -ct.s. A Mother's Happiness Made Perf t Of Utmost Importance That Soe 21&v Every Care. Tb expectant rxther'j physical ccrafort i thould bo our first tbougLL and a'l about ' hr should see to it that her preparation ' for feobjr's coming bo coirpletj. I There la a most iplendld renn,? to pr fare vornan for th greatest time in their iTe. known aa MolberVi Friend. It Is ap- j piled to tho muscle of th aMor.en, rrair j robbed in, and at oace penetrates to reiieva strata oa nerve, curdj and Tranent. It ! znaKea ice muscles aa p;:ant tLat tnev ex pand easily vhen laty arrives; tho honr at tho time are fewer, and pein and danger at the cri&la Is naturally avoided. Mctüera triera enables tha mother t3 muim own .nun ij-a j remain, a pretty mother tr havi-ar avoldel i discomfort and uiferln which more oftea ,1 . rnnsclo and tendoa I tboroul.lr lubricated. : Dlccmfort durintr the period 13 counter- i fst Ü Writ to tho BradSeM Regulator Coo. paur. Dept. B, Lacar DalMin?. AtlacLi. Lieoiria. for tLeJr Mitber!iorl Iir,k, ad tb taln a bott!e of Mother's Frleod fruna th äru etor todar without fail. 1 ASTHMA There la to "cure" but relief im often trought by 1 Your Bex 5 vriurct,' NEW PRICES 30c 60c, $1.20 M Jm mi HER TOBM and DUSTIN FARNUM and to be seen in ZANE GREY'S best novel, k v. IM mi wi - 5; l IxH IVjS: .?! I 5 d . v '..l-' 1 i: A H f. .f THE ALWAYS A NEW TODAY The Star Everybody Likes CONSTANCE TALMADGE in "WHO CARES?" She was a Will-o'-the-Wisp girl wife; happy, careless, free. But she learned her lesson and made a loving helpmate as well. Adapted from Cosmo Hamilton's sen sational novel. TOMORROW A Paramount-Artcraft Special "LITTLE WOMEN" A delightful adaptation of Louisa M. AJcott's human story of American life in Civil war times. Cast and jettings without an equal. mu 3 n l2 TODAY The Beautiful : . ..: . .... S'V - t ..ft i . ... I i- i- 'v y .. ' . -v . :: ...... ..... . - , . .; . ,v A' ' . v. . :: : . . ' v. . s ' . - . Screen, KITTY GORDON, in "MANDARIN'S GOLD" The stcry of a butterfly wife cf gambling in a most unusual Abo "THE IRON TEST." Tomorrow CONSTANCE TAL- MADGE in "WHO CARES?" Greatest Parjcnbr In To-tm. Economy Cloak Dept. Economy Dept Second rioor, 213-211 S. Mich Iffon. Over Geo. Kraft Co. 6 and 10 Cent Store. mi Cned Arrarrf far Wocy Mi I J . ? - i'ij - i " t ,'"'5 J- y f 'i v i S .4- -C. J mm Stars" mm DUSTIN FARNUM LIGHT OP WESTERN STAUS i K PICTURE EVERY DAY Constance Talmadge has net er ap peared In a daintier, gacr role and those who saw lier in (Brillit h's 4In- toleraiuv" will n'sonie the, little mountain girl in the tis f her heal and her arelesN' ,4li eare-?" In a few word-. "Wlia Ciirc?" 1 story of a joung girl uho da at love without it'alliutc its iniMii. She wttls a 111:111 out of pique anl straightway proeeeds to llirt diiM-r-ntely with several others, .riually she returns to her huland, her ce in the iiieai'.tirne haiug been oen-d. Tlie absolute ingeidm.siu'ss of the girl-wife is amaingly ort rayed !y Miss ,Talnialge .and .ctuni-looking HaiTisou iird again plays opposite lier. Wlietlier or not you rr-;iI the stry whieh ran serially in tlie (irit-u PooU .Magazine, you're goiiu; t like this picture iuunca-el.v. COMING Charles Hay In "String I5eans.M another of thM Ioxabh; "country loj' roles tJiat 1." plays so well. Favorite of Stane and who is cured manner, L W. McGANN CO. i fM:iiL Dtur.r toks V.tf-!i Tor our !.: ! t n l i:r ui- .ra.i noktii .MiritK; t. Ilntril Auto Amliiiltncf fur Art MaUTiala, Picture Framing. THE I. W. LOWER DKOO RATING OOMP.WV, South Hend, Indiana. Wail Paper. DraprHea. Paint RuppLe. mm P 0) -ysP .V- hA&- ' O' -N c o v 4.