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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES c- BUSINESS Stocks and Bonds Manufacture Domestic and Foreign Commerce THEATERS I POLLY AND HER PALS The first base he saw was good enough for Paw ! (Corj-ritfbt, ir13. by Nnvjpippr Feature fc'erv!c. Inc.) Stage and Screen. ' jmMERClAti 8 . - v y LOCAL PLAYBILLS OLTVnn TK1V with May Kothen. ALjMTORIUM "Ouo Against .Many' with A nit i Kincr. LAKALLn. 'Tangled Thread-." with Urs i? I Ja rris' a!r. CATL" "A Romano-." with Enrl Williams. OIH'HKt'M VaM''t Me. FAMOUS PRIMA DONNA TO APPEAR HERE OCT. 4 A crat d'al of int'Tt i.-- m ini T( t In thr romln,' to South nl ' of Am 'ita Gflli f'urrj, th- s ui- tiona! prima donna., an-I th ith'r attractions inclurlir. tin Hoira Hi:?-; lan Hallet, under th a u.-pi. s of Ihn Music "ns cluh. This j-roinis-to bp South land's most l,ril'i.ir,t ' point. Galll Curci appears h re on I ..AI II (03- -r lik-- iijk.,,. Jmfm Advertising Designs A. B. SHIPMAN (nnd FtafI) Studio St. Joseph RMz., Wayne St. Main X Linc oln ."003 Eyes Examined by , H. LEI30NTREE SJAnohKtvrlnx Optlrt&a. X3i4 50CTU uch:qx rs. Copyright, 1919, by Nevrijaper Feature Service, Inc. Great Britain Rights Reserved. Registered in U. 5. Patent Office. I Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads. rounds Miss Ilobson in this new co- VT V : : 1 v ; 1 ' - I t. ' 1 .a . ArniTORir.M. MoJlio Kin in "One Apainst Many" a fivt r 1 drama: "Squared" a delightful program of songs. Mab! Harper, a jolly sinecing' comedienne is assisted by Klsie Weber at the piano. Iale and lioyle, original en tertainers, the Talkies. boys, offer ing a pantomime novelty and one a two reel comedy with Mr. and! other pood act completes the bill. 1 Mrs. Sidney Prow ;nd the I'athe News are the attractions at the Au ditorium today. On tomorrow's bill are "The Four Gun Bandit" a sen sational two reel western drama; "Charlie, the Hero." a two reel co medy; th Bathe News of late events; Mutt and Jeff comedy and "The Tiber's Trail" an exciting- ser ial story featuring Ruh Roland. Monday brings the opening of Frank Keenan's powerful new photodrama -The World Atlame" timely to the universal social unrest. AMi:iJTA (JALLI ( l 'KCl. October 4 as tho first number. Itud oiph Ianz tho famous pianist, amli Cornelius Van VIeit. the preat cellist j j, win Kivo a joint recnai in January, p ami the Russian dancers conn- in.t April. A preat many social affairs h:ive been planned near these dates. I arai many out of town people will 1 be cntertalne-d, Lino parties and! bov parties are being planned, by ; others, (lalli Curd is the highest! pri'-ed artist in the world, and 1kt' concert in South Rend will bring R Ir onie frcm all over southern Mien-i 3 lean and northern Indiana. ORI'Hi:iM. Tho present vaudeville lull at the Orpheum concludes its engagement today. Featuring the musical act "That's floinAC Some" with George Wagner and Jack Hart, the bill in cludes the following entertainers: The Templo Four, a pleasing Uart dte; Allen and Betty Lieber, comedy sketch artists; Watkins and Williams-, presenting an original novel ty and Alanson, pantomimic and ac robatic comedian. Beginning to morrow "Four Jacks and a Qu.-on" topline tho bill with V LASALLi:. "Tangled Threads." today's pic ture at the LaSalle, presents the domestic dilemma of a woman whose husband deserts ner for another more attractive woman, and who brings such evidence to bear against her that her baby boy is also taken from her. Ilessie Harriscale is fea tured and with little Ben Alexander, prominent in her support, does some of the best work ever accredited her. A plot of intense interest, a gor geous background of Chinese tix tures. and last, but by no means least., splendid acting, .-re the main stays' of "The Pagan Cod" in which H. 15. Warner, is starred at th3 La Salle tomorrow. castli:. Larie Williams ns the star of "A Rogue's Romance." today's picture at tho Castle, depicts the role of a clever French thief who succeeds in eluding the Baris police and who finally wins redemption through hi- heroic work on the battlefields and 1 his protection of his country's in - i m;y terests. j Handsome and popular Wallace1. Reid is tomorrow's featured player j in "Less Than Kin," another of those stories in which the adventuresome hero takes another's name and loses his own indentity. NPIX1AI.S FOR SATURDAY. Ribbons, wings, flowers, ostrich feathers at bargain prices at our iroing-out-of-business sale Saturday. Mrs. M. A. Fralick. 131 N. Main Ft. 4777-13 Advt. For sale, automobiles. You select! the car. A small payment down, j wo pay the balance, you pay us back j by the month. Northwestern Finance Co., ,104 Citizens Bank Bldg. Tel. Lincoln 1263. n 9 Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads Ellsworth's 48th Anniversary Sale Starts Monday, September 15th EXE vw 1 V m i i w if , Ii m ' ii AUDITOPJUH TODAY Beautiful oLivnt. Nnzimova In "The Brat" her lat et and greatest screen production will be the attraction at the ol; r H) A Dowcrful and cxlremolv interesting drama of high theater for four days starting to morrow. The screen plav Na- 7inu)va's own adaptation of Maude M life. Also that popular 1 ulton Mme, Anita King in- One Against Many' "s drama of tho same name.iH t r j tnc cm . ii y. i , , , fl couple, MR. and MKb. blD . Ana has decided to be hard- U r boiled strictly and solely f..r tin g NEY DREW, in j.urposes of the scenario, of r..urs.-..h cnilAPFn The "script of "The Brat" repines g ilsiUAIvt.'J that madame be a hard-boiled but , . . . .. . , C An extra amusing two-reel -..-non-pure chorister of the ' us girls 3 can't be too careful" type. And M comedy, and the interesting maybe she isn't all of that! She is Q pATHF- NEWS of late CUF- perennially old as tho Sphinx and 3 wise as the seventh daughter of a M rent events. seventh daughter. Nobody can put B anv thing- over on her r otter her wg diamond limoiisira s S i she gets.fi WATCH THIS PAPER trtin out of tho pony balbt and in- TUMUKKUW IUH UPtN- , HING OF 'THE WORLD o v H EÄT TONIGHT AT 8:15 SHARP AUGUST PITOU, Inc., Presents l et.w-i ... to a night court. -dge to any one whose alt-ndari. e at C AFLAME." READ EVERY the moviea is at all regular, there's' R WORD OF OUR HALF always an author hauuinir ..r...!nd ß PAGE AD FOR INFOR ocry night court waiting to i,üi nut NATION AND ENDORSE any likely young u on,,, , h?e f;-,g MNTS ON "THE WORLD iai (' I'llv iia.s r ' t i iiieni i1' 'i s- m s a r-i a 4t7 Turxt err it L i tress. Tho author is on th. job in.y rtrLnmc, inen JLL ll g;c this cave. The H at is trau.- ported. I B M O N D A Y, TUESDAY, 8 ' 6 r.d r the xcry eyebrows of Ins snob- g WEDNESDAY OR THÜRS- bih family fiancee (the two b- rjAy i n g inseparable), to the ::uthor's l ' .... I r.-. v. . l. ... ..ll .1 .... I V muh). i acre sac is m i iii'i'Oi. mum- t mtr-i lyu n j.u , wmi ied and iut into the '.re;it Aineiiean Novel, which the author con-ideratc- 1 v ti .nver-n..w in lrui.lirrifiiu' vl' ll&SaTJUmWMVWIK : JJXXMLJTSaF in a New Melodramatic Farce &6cW 1 it J 7 4 Yi 4 Adapted from MARY ROBERTS RINEHARPS Saturday Evening Post Stories. SEATS NOW SELLING AT BOX OFFICE PRICES 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. M i r; r.at that tli" atidier-.ee has r.o tr.Mi- '")r'tX't?' ''-t ' lO- reading it. Too pad that hand- i 'CAiYii i writing wa so b gt'-.ie' P -V'V -iVV T&T I i So it goes, wtth the brat ttnaKv t Smj&t' 1 ' s maÄing ners u so.t.i wnn in' a i- thor's family by saving ho f.r.nily W honor and i.saking herself so'id with R th- author by oh. well. yoM know Ü X. zimo a when tb.y give he- her P The Kinogram NOW PLAYING l.ad in a love sc r. e even when she B hr-s to dpnd on her own husband f.r inspiration. Tti fiance-' '.' i"h. sb gi i s 1 ack th riTig and pni t:e' i mbraces tlte brat. It s ;i touching i-i'-h. World's 1-ito-t News 4 That's Going Some" I; bar ::rti.tie pr s. nt.it am of a r a.' r.o-.e! chartctcr. th Iis ;n g.:i.kt I i -omed ic r. r.c M.i T!ib.n will at th. ':ir tli. atrr tbts f r:;inc. Mi.-- ltobson's p r--on.i! t and arti-ti" g-rii'ts ar -m-l o-ii d tin- s.-.;)v, ;.; t bi cb. iract r ' f "Tisb." in a play of the ann? name adapted !y lMw ard K. Kov .:r;t.. The tit!- of th p'.tv is fj taken fr-Trt thn Ji ;: ehiraeter of h sTeriev. "L ntii 'a rb-rrv" and With ;cirge Wag in r and lack Hart t, ro'" eoni,'ir. tint OI'Iv Mis- l:o.v-n's .appealing j -rs. r .a'i", but h-'r ability t- be p.ttht.c. ti !o C. ramati'a and hunuu-ous in rat:d 5-i' c s.s. on 1 Th' succe-s which M!.-s Itn! som !:a- a't.-.ii .! in h r n w cor?-. ! ' Ti-li" or: its preliminary tour i for- 1- ing o'!r.d to N'-w York audi u s a rare tribut" to h. r. Temple Four Ihrtf Jacks ami an Ace of spades Allen & Betty Lieber "Hivaklns It (icntb" Wratktns & Williams 'Wlicn i:at Meets Wi'M Alanson . th laul of tlu Tier SUNDAY H "Four Jacks and a Queen r m ii will illiuiimii 1 I I !?XnA III 4;.VT" EM Hi Sunday 3 j And B I '! Itnliiltiy 9 ! 3:00 fi Dullv M 1 j i illiH 1 1 ii ! t PaVl i 1 f itfaVJ i ! ll l0 TODAY Tlut ('let or r.moüonal Artrt'ss BESSIE BARRISCALE i in TANGLED THREADS Ueinarknhle story of high est type of womanhood which holds sjmpathy and appeal througliout its five wonder ful reds. TOMORROW That Splendid Dramatic Actor H. B. WARNER in THE PAGAN GOD" Ami I "our Other Ac ts A story with nn undeniable tang. It is a compound of the Orient nml the Occident, with a corneous Chinese background. TODAY rAiu.r: Williams a HOGVirS HO MANCH" TOMOItKOW WALIiACK IUIID In L12SS THAN KIN" IN A CLASS BY ITSELF IOHOÜHO FLOOR SAFE CONVtMlCKT A cast of unusual exeollcneo is seen In supiwrt of loely Dessie Har risiiile at the I a Salle toilay. Little nn Alexander, who made a favorable Impression on theater patrons nil oer the country In "Hearts of the World." Is promi nently featured. Henry H. Warner, one of stace land's best actors, has at last trans ferred his attention to the silent drama and in 'The Pasran God," to morrow's I-aSalle pieture. is seen to excellent advantage. Of pietures proluretl in the always-Interesting- Chinese atmosphere for sexeral years. "The Paean God" Is by far the most consistent, the mst absorbing of them all. coming 4Tim:s or faith," xvith Kupcno O'Drien. Catherine Cal vert, Ituby De Hemer and a splendid cast. 1-4 I: 4 I 1 W 0& s i h ?Mis k iisc iSL , J - J vSL i 4-1 i 4a l-JS (-Is! LÜ3 C With Tomorrow's hog na n i nn A Beautiful Souvenir Photograph of Chicago's n eady 1iW irrammg A handsome pictorial supplement of Manager Gleason's popular baseball team The White Sox, pride-of- the-west showing all the popular pjaycrs in uniform, will be given free with every copy of tomorrow Chicago Sunday Tribune. Every baseball fan will want this phcotograph of Comiskey's great baseball aggregation. Reproduced in Rotogravure tints. Size WAxlVz inches. Ready for framing. Phone your newsdealer now to reserve a copy of tomorrow's Chicago Sunday Tribune. The edition is limited. The following Sunday, September 21$t, yoa'll pet a photograph of the Cincinnati fled. On Sunday, September 28tht a photograph of the Chicago Cubs. Get The White Sox Supplement FREE with Tomorrow's MW Ti l 1 UH ) tl .l it J lS Lrci Li U U ti U rTnnr The Gardner News Agency, Wholesale Distributor Chicago. Tribune Phone 1666 Main and Jefferson JJ' f '" .' 1111 . ' r .ii 'ti '" hi - I 1 ir ' I:' . i 1 ry N Im s W ant 11 11 A mcst taian.e caimjutiy tur-