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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES ALL GMIDiltS TO RE Notre Dame Men Desiring Positions on the Varsity Team Begin Action. IIV CIIAKLI A. CHIMIN. A1I candidatoM for poMtiom on the vnrsity ta.- )all tt.im v. ill report to CaptMn .joi.crg In tlx? jjyrmiaMurn forrlay afterrmon." The lon-j-look-M-for has ycn iot' d an.! at k.t.st budding JarKson and f.'olln ill tait limbering ur in earnest todav. i Notnr Imwc battery andilat-s h ive b"U out daily for tho pa-t two j w-fk?. Th Ik afternoon with the Kym . b ared of all t.tketb all j,ara plu ma- ; I. a, a run fiua 1 iiunbii:i .-isplr-.:nts for evtry position on tho team, i.-e epect-d to turn ut. UntJl Coach Ioial.s return-, fron; that rather rocky basketball trir. down through the southern part of the ftate practices will bo in cliar.e ! of Captain Sjober,'. Iorais will tak th work about W edne.-la''. l'r-- Iou.s to hi eradication from Notr I'amf in lilS he v. as tor lour yar.f rno of the Cold and Ulue's hi? dia mond luminaries. iMirimr hi thr" yvir.-; an Mhit-tic director at Puou ;uc he turned out onc of th bwt Pav-ball nines in the little Confer t nee. Continue Southern Training. Anions the battery mii who will Flill continue thir o ithern train n" there will b Allison. Mcduire. "Touchy" Halloran and Doyle. One; f the four will U- coi.vcrt d into a tirst baseman as soon as the regular back-top la determined. ! Ciilltillan. who. In addition to u 11 Iiis other qualüieauoiiS, is somethiriL' of a hurler. will try his luck on the , tlab when track activities do not en- I,a-'f' Mm f!ov.!ii rf . I-ivery will i start haj-ehall work ai soon as h' re turns to the unlvrrsin. pat" Mur ray, Notre Dame'. Mar b ft-hander, ; pay beii working out daily the last ! fortnUht. "lied'' po;uan. former! St. John' Irrf tulrler, will also try ! out for the team ha will McCrackeni and Kipp. . Tii tirt baseman, as afcre-ncn-tinned, will Le chosen from on of th1 four candidates nrw out for th catcher's Jo! Captain lialph KJo ber, because of his rer.satlonal work nt second th- past two yfirs, is prac tically certain of holding down the keystone sack again this season. Shortstop faiH'S Concern. Shortstop is tr.e position most likely to cause Derail a little con cern. Iast year and for two ye'trr before the inimitable "Iconic" 'olfv hld down the Job in regular loni Fuh fashion. His ab?-nce this yea. v.ill be sorely missed. At this early iate either Shanahan, Conrad or R l:..n serr.s likely to b his successor. The three will Jifht it out between them. A wenden floor proved a bucaboc j ftr I.ockne s preen track team at Michigan. Saturday afternoon and the Ann Arborites had little trouble i uttins over a big win. The m-xt Lire dual vdll he strged with Wis consin at Madison next Saturday i.ii,'ht. FIRE DESinOY ü n m i i Horses are Saved, But Large Amount of Hay is Consumed. Fire destroyed the ham owend ! by the Muesael brewery on Flwood av. last nis'ht. A Mill alarm was ! turned in and as non tho fir- I iiien responded a second alarm was Kiven which brought all the fire ap paratus out. Seven horses were stabled there but were led out of the barn befo.e the fire gained any reat headway. The barn was well stocked with hay and oats, both of which are a total loss. The barn and stock together represent a total loss of $1,000 which i covered by Insurance. Chief Sibrcl arrUed shortly after i company No. 6. and took charge of the Are directions. It was lirst , necessary to string two lines of host a. distance of 1,100 feet, from th corner of Portage and alon? Flwood av. to V th Muessel rewery and then wack to the lam. The A. D. T. alarm wa not turn- .1 in till after the r.remn had ar rived, the flames having already broken through the roof of th" barn. The sky was lit up for a mile arund the burning barn whieh at tracted a larpo crowd. Th-1 police department aN. re sjumded to the alarm. :hoers Mil ler. Adamski atul liskowski keep ing the i rowd hick from the blaze. TO DISCUSS THE IRISH QUESTION AT ROUND TABLE WEDNESDAY The regular meein of th Bound Table wlU be hld Wednesday eve-M- C. A. Dinner will ursff At the x . 6:3o o ciock. I'rote- ( oonrv will be the: atid will take j estion." ' TODAY BREWERY BEGINS A SERIES OF ' EVANGELISTIC LECTURES AT ARDMORE CHURCH. Triomn., formr-r Urethren church, ' mectine at th- rhurch, Sunday pastor of th First I'f'-Mn .1 t-rif of Ar.lmon.- Urethren eVMiinr. Th s'i'jj-ct of hi sermon ; was "Tho Aci.l TV t." in which ho IictUiTfl th acl'l test a.s the siwmc of ull to tho Mastr-r. Tho meetings will continue imkli-i nitelv with the following fc'ibjc-cts to bv dL-cusyc-d this week: Monday ev ening. "IJs and Liars'" Tuesday, Iiirlni,' l,'p Stumr," Wednesday. 'The Ist Axe Ilid." Thursday. "The Threo (jroui8," Friday. "A (in it .Man and a Grert Call," Satur day, "r-'oino Hard Nuts to Crack." All rvir-fs will b- at 7:0 o'clock in the evening. : Young Ladies Notify Police, But Prowler Disap pears. A young 1uly, very much sraroJ, called police lleadqur.-rters at 10 o'clock last night, saying that some man was prowling about the yard ; of J. X. Hanin's residence at 10ir 1-2 W. Colfax av. Two young ladleK, Jane Steele and Kuth Vail, j both of Dowagiac, were visiting hc i I Ian ins, who had gone out early in the evening to call on friends. The g.'ils were left at home as they had expressed a desire to spend the eve- ning writing letter. They became very much frighten j ed when a man knocked on th side window, and notilied Sergt. Zgod- ! zinski. I OJticer who Immediately dispatch. ?d Wright to the residence to i make an investigation. There was nothing much for tho otneer to do except to search the yards in th neighborhood with his j llashlight. and make inquiries con- ' rernlng the boys who might be liable J to pass that way. An alley passing the hous makes a convenient short i cut for a pedestrian to get from La i porto to Colfax av., and some mH : i hievo'.is boy may have knockt d on j the window to scare the girls. I The officer on that beat was noti i lied to kep a sharp lookout for any ; more prowlers. The police have re j ceived several calls of a similar na ture during the pnt week, and de I clar they will make an example ef the next man who is caught in that kind of an act. South Bend Young Man Makes Belated Announcement of Nuptials. Chester ania a v.. Kinzie, of 510 IVnnsyl surprised his friends yes annojneing the fact that j tcrday, by 1 he and L.tiiel leucine miium ot i Crumstown had been married for the past five months. Mr. Kenie made frequent visits ! to XckV Carlisle last summer after be b id met .Mis Smith at a nous.? party in South Lend. Friendship s,ojn ripened into love and on Sept. Z) of last year, the yours couple made a hurried trip to St. Joseph, Mich., where they procured a license and wtte .narrb-d, a minister per- farming the ceumonj . u 'as thought best to. avoid any objections to the marriage until the proper tinn arrived, and according- ly it was kept secret. However, the uroom made the announcement pub lic last night at an informal gather ing held at his home. RABBI WEIS REVIEWS H. G. WELLS' NOVEL The Sinai meeting a society held an open the Conservatory of inusti Sunday afternoon, at which Wfis, of Gary reviewed H. G. new novel, "Joan and Peter." Kabbi Wells' He took for his subject "What is Hdueation?" An enjoyable musical PROWLING II FRIGHTENS CmLS KEPT MARRIAGE Klwood aves. j prop ram was given by Mr. and Mr the entrance ; Harmon. The meeting was presided over by Miss Freda Ilershenow. The; Sinai society h is been invited to nt- j tend the installation or oincers or the Fnal Frith society on the third Sunday of March, which meeting will take the pine of the usual regular program. OFFICER VAN DÜSEN CLAIMS DISTINCTION ir!iv.r Charles Van iMistii of -'OS Harrison av., reported for duty at ! oYloek laM night singing. "When the Ilobln Bed Breast Sinus His Sweet Be f ruin. His wife aw a ken- p ! him ernoon a bo at to SCO :: o'clock Sunday aft the lirst robin of he season- Van Dusen arose and said wns sure cnoueh robin with that it one of heard. the Hwcetest oices lie ever "Spring lias come." he said last n'.-ni. To Cure a Cold In One Day. IvXATIVn CROMO Ql ININE It stops the Cough and id works "ff the Cold. signature on each ing ma- imb VASA ORDER ES OFFICERS Delegates Attend the Church Services in a Body Sun day Morning. 1 i blessings ana bear fruit as the tree - in their natural course brin forth Tho attending of services at the; fruit in accordance v.ith Divine spc ... ... . tification." Swedish hvangelical church in a tif-.t,-,, a Jsanctiiicatlcn denotes coming in body Sunday morning, and the ee-! contract with th Triune powers with tion of district ofHcers for the com-I the cleansing up cf the wnole man ing year, in the afternoon, occupied ! fro n sin 'iml 1 ( inc renewed jn hoü tho f.nal hours of the 11th annual : Ui WIlh tho 'a"lolio" ambitions convention of the Vasa Ordr o.' : aMl1 3',int of :n:in harmonizing with America which has been in session ' thf' ('T ' alor-" In conclusion herald: I r i . ..... a ii j . at ttie Laks temple the past two days. The following officers were elect ed; A. W. F.erlind -f Chicago, li trict master; Car Hing of Moline. 111., vice district master; John F. Carlson of Demont, III., secretary; Clara Hallben? of Chicago, vice sec retary; Fred Krlckson of Chicago, treasurer; Mts. K. Moody of Rock ford. 111., chaplain. The executive board chosen was: O. II. Nystrom, Oscar Ohlander and Hichard Flod berg. all of Chicago. Kmil Munson of South Bend, chairman of the re ception committee, was elected as a delegate to attend the grand lodge convention to be held in Chicago in the last week of June. Gust Strmn, treasurer of the local lodge for th past 10 years, was presented with a gold watch by his brothers as a token of appreciation of faithful services rendered. After the election of otficers the fallowing resolution was adopted by the order: '"District No. 8 of the Vaia Order f America wishes to express gratification and thanks .o tho city of South Ibnd for the kind consideration extended us during our stay here. We appreciate the cour tesy we have received at the hands of The South Mend Xews-Times and the warm welcome given us by Mayor Carson, his representative and the reception committee that has worked so hard and successfully to inak our visit an enjoyable one." HUE Program at First Presbyterian! Church Justifies Large Audience Sunday. I'he Sunday the First afternoon musicales Presbyterian church at POPULAR TY under the auspices of the Musicians' , Fprocket of whIch ls 12 foct ofr the club, are growing in popularity. This i jtage. was evidenced yesterday when folks!' Dwn aml r.brnvv thp hoys from who did not come in good season ; pixi0f in a sinjr,- and talkinp act, were turned away because of lack of i present some sidewalk conversation even standing room. i wlth some new witticisms. One takes The program justified the splendid thf pirt of a Wiritfnc comedian, audience. It was presented by MUs Th Sanfl Ma?1-S nnr, fairy plc. Nina Gabel, pianist, of MlahawaV'. ! lures with srirl closes tho show. The who was prevented by illness from appearing on a previous program. ' and the Notre Dame Glee club. This i occasion served to Introduce to South , Fend audiences a player of splendid : musicianship. Her numbers were-; presented with excellent technique: and sympathetic interpretation. The 1 most appreciated of her numbers was the "Magic Fhe Scene," by : Wagner, a brilliantly beautiful selec tion. Tb- !o club won Instant rspono J with lis choral numbers, the most pretentious, as well as the r.ost pop- ; ulnr was the "Dnnd Sighting, by Grieg. Joseph McGinnls sang a j tenor solo with such success that ; he was requirei to give an encore. ; i McGinnls possesses a voice of pleas- ing mellowness. , Dr. Tappincott spoke of the leaguo i j of nations and Pres't Wilson's Im- pending return to Kurope to attend j the final sessions of the peace con ference. BURGLARS ENTER HOUSE DURING FAMILYS ABSENCE Burglars entered the home of Walter I.andon, 414 X. Taylor st. Sunday nicht and secured $7 In cur- rencv, and some jewelry that was j valued as a keepsake. It is thoiicht the burglars entered the front door with a skeleton key. The rear door was open when the family returned form a visit. STATE SENATORS WOULD RESTORE TAX REFORM BILL INDIANAPOLIS. Tnd.. March t Bpublican state senators Sunday smarted a movement to restore tho tax reform bill to practically the form in which It was Introduced tn the house. At n meeting late todav called by Sen. Beardsley in his suite of rooms, Fred Sims, tax commis sion! r. expp 'nrd the measure and it was decided to draft amendments to make the main features conform with the original bill before the lower legislative bodv changed it. AMERICAN TROOPS ARE ON THEIR WAY HOME WASHINGTON. March The battleship Nebraska, the hofplfa; ship Mercy, nnd soven transports are on the way home from France with about lO.flOft troops. Th- war d? tir.rtment announced tonirht that the Nel ris.ka wa proceeding to Boston. th transports Caronia. Atenas. Ohicm. Suriname. Dochra and the hospital ship Mercy to New York, and the transports Xanemond an 3 Amphion to Newport News. All ar expected to reach prt before March SAYS GOD HAS MADE PKUVISIUNS WHEREBY MAN MAY BE SAVED That eor:.-one should know how j.of-eh.H hin esfl in enctiheation to I ur. i nonor. jsi moss Uonians. 4th I chapter. 4th ver.-;e, was the text of I th sermon deiivend by Capt. Nrhe- j iniah Frooks, Sunday evening at the ! Salvatlo.a Army hr.ll. s.!id: "Al- ; nugnty ijoa na., n'ade provision J whereby mankind may be sa net' fled land live daily in the enjoyment of ii is in iise nse i UKin? oi living a sanctitted life without union with the Triune poworj just as it ser.se-lt.-'M to talk cf prevtntinR wars with- out a ba.llar.ee of combined national powers to check and conquer upris ings for while .atan i:s at 1 igre with evil spirit working in and through man there will be at times outbursts like unto fire. The formation of a. league of nations would lead those inclined toward war to think twice with action on second thought with attempts leading to prevention." at Tin: okimii:um. Ulanche and Jimmie Creighton of Mudville fame carry away the honors for the first part of the week at the Orpheum. Jimmie looks and acts like the . Exhausted JLuler of the IOU lodge. His makeup is immense, chin whiskers, evening shirt without a collar, and rawhide boots Rve him the typical small town constable ap pearance. Added to that he has a squeaky voice that sounds like an ukelele. and uses it to good advan tage. This pair draw a laugh with every line, and they put their ec centric dancing across in great style. After Blanche finished one of her dances Jimmie said, "Sister, you sure sling a wicked boot." Jimmie has a wildcat story this year that is ludicrous. The Hodge Podge Sextette, five girls and a boy, pet away with a poor start, but put plenty of punch in their act toward the close. One cf the girls does a jazz toe dance that is new to South Fend, her costume be ing very becoming. The toe danco is followed by a Spanish dance, thl? girl winning merited applause. The male member of the company is ah excellent ragtime violinist. The bill is opened by Joe Darton, the silent tramp. His pantomime comedy Is enjoyable, and he per forms some seemingly impossible rtu forms .some seemingly Impossible stunts on a blcycl-, and follows this with a stunt on one wheel tht Universal Current I'vents show hap penings In Ferlin during the recent rebellion. TITH KISS IIUKCJLAK." "The TCiss Burglar,' the latest musical comedy success, will be the attraction at the Oliver theater next Sunday matinee and night. "The Kiss Burglar" is the latest work of Glen MacDonough and Ray mond Hubbell, .the former having provided the book and lyrics and the latter the music. The play was staged under the direction of Julian Mitchell and Kdward MacGregor, who have no superiors in the field of producing musical plays. The story of the piece is withheld, not to mar the Interest of the audi tor. Aside from tie theme, which i has been pronounced by those thos who have seen the play, as both novel and highly entertaining, the score contains a number of decided hits which are amonp the most pop ular songs of recent years. A few of these are: "A lättle Class of One." "The Breeze and fe," "Since I met Wonderful You," "I Want to Iearn to Dance," "Shimmering. Glimmer ing Nile," "Little Black Sheep." ! "Solitary Lane," "Temperament," ! "Thf Pose" and "The Mantelpiece trapedy." AT thi: ArniTOKItM. "The Great Bomance," featuring Harold Lock wood, is the .special at traction at the Auditorium today. It is an Imaginative- romance and ad- I THEATERS HEX BILL DOAY YOU KNOW BETTER THAN TO PhioPOT CASH PORTüUR CLÜ! WHEN YOU CRN &ET CLOTH EIS YOU JhNT ON in venture story, dealing with the ex citing and unusual happenings which occur when a. young American finds himself the heir to a small Euro pean throne. The Ida does not ap peal to him at all, but to rescue the j ' R-irl he loves he decides to accept his i t heritage. How he docs this, and the! unusual adventures which overtake ) him are cleverly brought to a s.tart- j ling climax, which it is said will grip; and hold the imagination of all who ! see It. Many of the unusual and in- ! terestin.g scenes in this production I were taken at Fort Schuyler on the shores of Dong Island sound. "Fatty" : Arbuckle in a two-reel comedy call- ; ed '"Camping Out," U also on for to- ! day. The bill will be repeated to- ' morrow. at thi: castli:. i Two aged crooks and a youthful pickpocket, were the sole eompao- , ins of the heroine of today's Castle ; picture, "Crook of Dreams." Vet ' she kept herself sweet and whole- ! some, refusing to become contamln-' ated by her ugly environment. Her : reward when she is finally claimed ' by her own mother, from whom she J was kidnaped when a baby, comes as ! a distinct and joyful surprise. Loui.so I Huff, pretty World picture star, plays i this appealing role. The story is one worth while. Tomorrow, "Children of Banish ment," features Mitchell Lewis. "CirAKLirV'S AUNT," A COMKDY with music, iu:iu: m:xt. The play that for 20 years has made all the world laugh, "Charley's. Aunt," will be presented at the Oli ver theater Saturday, March 8, mat inee and night. The popularity of this hilarious comedy is nothing short of phenomenal; all stase records have been smashed by it. It ran for three solid years in London, two consecutive seasons in New York, and one year in Boston, Phila delphia, and Chicago. "Charley's Aunt" has earned its international favor cn four major counts; it is clean and wholesome; it has incal culably amusing situations, built upon each other thick and fast; it has scintillating lines and new wit and it has brilliantly satirical char acterization. lum hi-ik camp komaxci i i:atuiii:d at thi: lasalli: "Children of Banishment." todays! feature at the Lasalle is a story of the lumber camps of the far north Staged amid the rocks and snows, the big trees and the wild mountain streams, it is different from the averape society or city life picture. The romance of an honest, though rough, man of the woods is sympa thetically and at times pathetically told. Mitchell Lewis is well adapted to the leading role, other capable players assist him and Bessie Eyton has the one woman's role. Tho scenes of the north country are well photographed and have been care fully selected. To those who like a story staged in the wilds this pic tur will have a strong appeal. Tuesday: "Under the Greenwood Tree," with Klsie Ferguson. CHARLES E. VAN LOAN, NOTED HUMORIST, DIES PHILADELPHIA, Pa., March 3. Charles K. Van Loan, humorist and famous, as a writer of stories on sportinp topics, oMed Sunday of chronic nephritis at a hospital in Aberdeen, Pa., near here. Mr. Van Loan came to Philadel phia from his home in Los Angeles, on business, and soon after his ar rival he became ill and was hurried to the hospital. His wife and two children were summoned and were at his bedside when he died. lie was G3 years old. DON'T LET A COLD KEEP YOJAT HOHE Dr. King's New Discovery almost never fails to bring quick relief Small doses oace ia awhile and that Caroat-tearins, lung-splitting cough cooa quiets down. Another dese and a hot bath before jumping into bed, a good sleep, and back to normal in tha raorrang. Dr. lur.gs New Discover is well known. For fifty years it's been relievinj coughs, colds and bronchial attacks. 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