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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES SUNDAY. A r or ST 29. 1 j r IN SOUTH BEND THEATERS Lasalle I .i P V.'a 1 1I . " ho In? r--! a hun- 'vr f.Irr."l. Th" production rra ! frrar.rl In natural evolution, that ckIi ' .;:! tr;u:r.;-.hs i-'w hi? .arP irar.c r.ri'V fr. Fn-c rim !.y in .ill stir ca.t ! impersonation is a living life. "Th- i". the " iiir'h ff a Nation.'' has 1 1 f Jr-.v.. is- jil.yrr and the-y ar" al! Woman He Chofp" should m.ikp a I'-lc rf th heroin this romantic ar. I t ct r?. living thir p-jr?.5 "'ith a .c;ir.- : n r r.ti'-rfu! intjrip'son or. k-ral j-;o- i ir- h"1 his iVf r ha'J. ThP M'-ry i- :'rr. T pr-. s of N"v Yr,rk stH ' fvo rr! .M c' Snn-tt t-;vif-I) Mutt j Dorothy ;.-h :le' r yoai.ij come- ;.-. 1 en the t.riM.ant norl by K. ha: Am ri'-a rn:M v.- !1 afford to r.n! Jeff an-1 F-x NYws al on th j dir nr.c. is the star at the Lasalle to- I'hihii s OM"-nhim. and trlls of th..- .-.-nd h--r ,M;:rs .ir.il .ijn.ctors to 1 ) Th attraction Friday i , diy In a rlcturo directed ty hrr tsl- t p" r r. ""s ; rcr Jl.ir.r.i.-t'-r, a ; -T-r. t - ! im n.- t" make a real G:."Iy r:ro-kv-ll In "White Ia" ntr-i ,-ist?r I.üli.-m, and T.tit!i-d "He- en: v who i- almost n.TV-'l s ioM n p't'.;rt. Forfjn picture ' hr iit! rtmtinr.il ffort for Wil- , raV,l'ir.c: Her H'jMn1'". A J talons imaiKil'.v ' hind of borifty n rul do not t.k-- vrj" vll with Ihm For. Mb Hrorkwoll has a ( wife, a flirtatious huslnnd and ü :r. :rKs. and sr3 his desert htm American niidt-n"f-s ard It is to th.o j h'.t of ain-.lr-r who will he pi ad ; "wüpv vamp" ktp thint-s mo vir..; at f.. r on. of hi f-nm !?. F--r fv. fdit of thf ?.--ij-h prodacor-; that to yf hr in this production, tho a lively pace, and provide th star i v . 1 I N! ' J :l F;;faM I'ACii; SIX) y-.ir-. h- trails 'h i-'uilty p.iir .it-ro.-.j rhlr nr,-r n --. n .-o royally re- tlrpt she h.i? npp'ired i:i for some j wltn much Iau:h.nMf com?dy ot the - i t;:f. hr.d and a and finally ov r- --ivd 'on this yj'e ,,f th v.-.iters. ; trr. Tro Iost City" lld anin-.tl j sort Fh? plays so well. i ja north of Euro; e u-e art al-o . t.ik- th:m near death in .-and The N'atlom! Dnrd of Rtvie;v. . serial which f a tum. Juar.Ita Han- : For tomorrow an Tuc-5-lay cOtr.s why ' Treasx-re Is'.and" as a hock has l. en 5-0 uriiurs'iHv loved. Now as a sore.-n attra?tlon it rojj.es to the I.,; aiie with an all -n:r and j !e prp.cfntod two iljvf. .artir.t; Wc.I- r.fsdiy. lr it. rr.ac:c or cm for.: the world t.n.i its worries, and co i : Castle ach favorite? ? i-.Z ' n a . Oliver i.v.t :r of t; I ! p j-idl-'id for M.ar.r Sundelius. who orrn on the di ."rt. Here h- lo.arr.3 which pas -es censorship on everv ; n, will also be fpen as will Kox "Hie: Happiness . a powerful, clean rilns all that 1. most fa? cinat- I identitv of the mn repon'-iMo Mm mado or mtrin into this coun- , Xr. Today's pmsrram includes ! story of tho ?rcat out-door country. i :r. l.-r Ir.divi iu.ihty and art. Her ;r,r his tnUfortur.-.-i. and. l.-avir.s the try, f-lffri "Th Woman He Chose" JaeJc Dempsey in "Daredevil Jack' '-ry. t.'lii.""- i :;rPy and Mrd- v. oman and the man who stole her n? r pre--f ntat i e of the hihft type 1 serial rlase: Hoot Gibson In "The j.k" eM.r.' -H, and to hear h-r in t0 thlr fate, he returns to civiiua- of ndrnr.rmcr.t in morion pictures ! ."milfn Kid" two reel western sen- la :.-. :-r of 5 r country is to Hon. one i,y or." tho m- n and of th day. Pictures of this sort Mtlnn: "Through the Keyhole" two aK-y a rar- r;v;5ioii tifat. The women who plotted hi3 destruction ; ere rare and far between, yet this rel Sunshtn comedy. Pathe News iraitdr.j- h-- rt av, .l i:. r.'iropo ar.d ;ir raucht in the merciless .trip of j one h 50 simple in construction, so ' arid Mutt and Jeff. of tremendous dramatic appeal and a vivid moral in manliness. Dustin Farnum th star of thin picture. Deep in every heart Is the desire to be a child again, to ?9ll on far away seas for pirate pold. That's Char!;- K..v. c.ver comedian, - .uT.ioor oi.'.t.e for a time back to t!u- land vir.r ; l ;V- pi t .r. dreams come tru-. Thrillir.c ,id-;"- Crn-e Wallop-', the stry of the, . Swe.,. ,1Nf,ri:Pr". 'tot. T.ture. pn!ie-.ri;icken:r.c exc:!-mrtnt 'r.,'' wr-- made pood as a prU ' . f f ?r Arthur W:nc F:: r and be.u;t:f: l rnrn.inr. with e idi 1 :uf. ; and m Ui- tos up a..-. .vA t. s x.,-'r. -c--. (. other to hold the attention of th ! t k r t ; of hi.- -.l'.H:e nit-thod of 1 .wj r r ttti or "' 1 Ml'es Mint'-r. It p-- t.v;.- at': c 1'-n-h i t-.1 Ma--' rlrr - Thurs-d". y r'-xt. r.n Fr'. 1 . and are ithtr driven this .iT.tr", fr sit-- h i hen for j-jp, lr,nr arm lame y as -t favorite finder In ' to death or dishonor. A bi:r and America, h.:; also served to make ; notable cast Including Halene Chad- I;er on-. f ih mo-t prominent and : viefe is seen In support of Mr. al alu l vi' -Mm r- o th- Metropolit in ; thall. A Snub pollard comedy and per.i r-':,i.r.v. l!.;r Mus:tt.a In i Topics of tho Iav ar the othT pic- l.i r.o-iem.--. MiM.'a in 'Carmen", j tu res. "The Woman He Chose." nd ! - r M'-rm.i i-l In "oh-ron", are xvhleh opens a two-day enKagemtnt I. ir.o-,- th" m x'iu:-i,.' musical ; at tns theater Wednesday Is one of xp' ror of hi".'.uc.3 of th- Metro- ! he mot remarkable photodramaa "Sweet, I.avenier". one of the m.t - ,nu".try boy ro.es. this ore ? e?srui et ;n Mr Artnur mc ci -".:i:t tu -. e.ii:..i..i - . r.nret rturr - for a vi" - 4 Pir.ero plays, hns en chosen 1-y h"!' part to rrtrav. Tb- r . st r f the ( ;;vovo cf "What j;v.:y Wer.,.-; tar- !ile5 Mlnter as her latest - ca-t '.ends h!m excellent taipport. : iarr,- Mart,-ufr:'e C:ar': '. - tV hicle. It Is the attra.-t.icn for Fri-; Monday and Tuesday the attrae- j t trir c "I.ttcVc la Pa n". whirl; 1 r dav and Saturday n--t. ; tin at the Castle is "Treasure ' rrat-d nt ? Ca.O Situr lav. ; land." .k story of thrillir.fr adventure j "Count" Pereard's cafe, a land-i end pule-rrckmlnc excitement., mark of Washington before proM- with a bfautiful thretd of romance; frr li'";" u- y r bition became effective, is no more. ( running throughout its five reels. ; fr $1 a toi In ar.co-i-r. 1 A movie will occupy the s:te. I The cat is an all-star one. Including Crltimbia. V ' i ' 11 r-p'-r, v h'l, on the other , ever ? n on the screen. Adapted : and. ..r.e f in ?viy roiea or iarrer 1 f rorri "The Girl From tno iarsn : m 1 -a e. p ;i'.d rof'.'irdrr m'-anintr witn I Croft " bv Felma liaarerlof. the only omri'-to sue' i'T .11." unoeiiu'i 1 vonan who ever received tri rsooie prize for literature, this story la j based upon the direct violation ot t in - -s-ntial.i a thoroughly well ralr.' l oporaM -, arti. With Mr i - otti and Y.i "min.T.t a iso-iat.es th'plxth commandment and Is the rilss Sundeli'i will be p.eard in some rnost cripplng sex and sin drama f tb mo, ;mp'"rf ir.f ."-oprano roles lr. th" raruo of rcr,-!, Personally the S'. e.lish-Ai'. ri-an H i'htlnale. i s Ii- 1 rftn r.iü: 1. lr, of a most iihtful cb;na'r. and she has l.i)'. of fri-a.ds .all over America. "Tlio I.fMl.- Whopper." j -ir'.-i(!i .' Krim!'.- new mu-.ical 1 ( rae.j-- );; ; te. "Tb- iJttlo Whop- j per." v.-h.'-h broke all of bist ?ea-1 i -m's r:o.,!s ;t th; Ca;lno theater. C.'ew Vorl. wl".ero p played the. i v'.i-!i is t. r i'.uj'h. will be pre- t - 1 : d a the Oliv er theater on Sat- j v.r-, ,v ria'o.o a'il r.irht, Sent. 4. j f M 1 H ";'( a 1- fh author of the 1 c, ..nd F..d- i'udley th") lyrica. 1 ZV'Qri I ::.-r'.T'e . . ..-iate- with the pro- f- W J n Li o m STARTING TODAY j j f THE KINOGRAMS AND TOPICS OF THE DAY iueti-m of "Th- Little W hopper"' has j U n an 'nvriio" : w:io in ru-' p.ir-tii-ul.ir t'.e'd. no! this musTc al play i raid to p.- their joint r.iaterpiece. ( :'h';-;. .'! s. Harbaeh r.nd Prim! j j t. their . r.dit ns authors. "The Vire'iv." "Hi.-h Jinks." "Katl r.ka." You'r in I.oo' and. "Tum! In." 1 1 -v 1 i - 0 .1 . - in I J . 1 7 . v ; . 1 "While Jtide Ild!eys rornic page in tlV New Yrrk World is very wt tvwn. X. dded to the. names, are the l 1 arprs of rr.aiy of th: bricht-.'-1 mu- . 1.. - . . . I . . . . , ,1. ... V.n! -ve com from under the hritjh' I fiOOJ. :.rtb,t of Proa iwav. Including Marie; jlfv'oV J);'.'.vlirth. Hazed I-llnt. i:urt liau. j flwftJ Vi'.Iinm Gaston. Holly Hollls. j fiOoÖ ja.rnr Mrr!ek. William Friend, Mil-1 fiOOgil !ro l Tb verly. Marie Asteor 3rd sev- ' nO-ej ral others, together with a cart-fully i rj q I ; !( ted thorns backed by staire set- ' 1 tin-s that are beautiful and sym phonies rf color. Orpheum m 0 x Oho op: 0 hi H : m 0 i Th new six-act program oiwnlns nt the Orpheum theater thl3 after iioon. affords a comedy bill real en tertainment. "Alle in Wonderland" 3s tho offering of Rahn and Bock. ; il clever duo whose, act is based on j ::n original idea. Soni?s that are now, 1 costumes that aro fresh and beauti ful antl dances tirnceful aaad pleas- : :ng, add to the number's entertain- j M jnent. Joe Daniel s, a lavorite wnn : Vaudeville audiences everywhere 111 amuse wtth his clever line of ratter and yonvs. Those Altltud 'iris, offering a. 'darir.j? and clever; j-xhibltion. will thrill as well as r.muse. Three other splendid come- ; v .a.rt.s wll be nrcsented with the . litest Kinograms and Topics of the, Mq, f.r th last thrc davs of the- vir veek. beeSnln? Thursday matinee. . "A Hungarian Rhapsody" heads the 1 liv-act. .udeville prokrram. Cor.wa rnil Howard, in n siim-inrr. talking :ind dancing r..)a-lty are next in fa-i xor and present an up-to-date r.ov- ; Try alonr these lines.. "Hands Up" 1, the title of t. playlet which blends lt:h comedy and drama. Love and WiP.iir. contribute speed and smihs. Two rther entortalninfir acts and the , latest Klnocrrams round out tho tdll. AN ALL-COMEDY BILL RAHN & BECK Presenting "Alice in Wonderland" JOE DANIELS That Clever Entertainer GIRLS CF THE ALTITUDE An act that thrills and amuses T7 Wflx 1 1 1 a 1 1 11 t- r 14 , 1 P i l 'l r.i II 1 I 1 I A J ' v a 'TPS A e 1 t - -I Irl r I JJ j ä 5 1 ?. fa 4? nMfJJi'Um I Hl m IliM ! Li!' iiaiWBM ! iliJMMjljULJllBMJfci !yftW gWgTgT OFFERING NEXT WEEK THE FINEST LIST OF FEATURE ATTRACTIONS SEEN HERE IN MANY YEARS i GYPSY MEREDITH & CO. Laugh and Live AND TWO OTHER ACTS l!,aN'- Auditorium . v ?-Mrr rcl dr.ar.ii, "The I-otiK COMING SUNDAY "ALICE IN WON DERLAND" And Five Other Acta Coming Thursday "Hungarian Rapsody" and five other acts NOT12: rUlST KVEN- isg vrAuxiiyixsci: STARTS 7:lü; SIX OND SHOW 0:00 PI.I.MU. i-. I' 'lim" i.mf..ii i'innuji 1 w.'r'y'.'"'"'""'"" ' ' ' 11 ' " . ZJllmm'-S3'''m Presenting MONDAY AND TUESDAY Without fear, doubt or contradiction, the greatest emotional actor on the American staye or srroen p Iii I n Pi S i h In the picture named at the left which was adapted from the widely read story of the same name by E. PHILLIP OPPENHEIM. "The Longr Arm of Mannister" created a sensation when it was first published in The Saturday Evening Post. Today a Copy of this 000k can be found in every library in the United States. THIS PICTURE IS HENRY B. WALTHALUS GREATEST. An Eye for An Eye A Tocth for a Tooth Some rnces 10c, Zc ana Zee including War Tax THE 20th CENTURY MOTION PICTURE MIRACLE! The Grandest Cinema Spectacle Ever Seen in the Auditorium i dL Days Wednesday audi eorsoay' Days Matinees Daily 2:30. Sundays and Holidays I . .rr I t Screen's Greatest Triumph is Eased Upon the Direct Violation of the ,0 n ! I Bora A. ti f t In H : 8 M Erl .rru of Manr.i.v.er" ft -ttunns the Xjifu Sunday Reservations i rj reut Hen:w Ii. Walthall, will be the i Pt i ttr.action for two da3 at the Audi- MAIN A aot ncJd ter O p. m. 1 tortum startin? tomorrow. Henry j 1431 Saturday. U WHAT IS THE 6TH COMMANDMENT? tj You don't know your brother don't know 99 out of 100 people don't know and ' -a. ;i h fr f??i &r .tgf j M your minister cannot tell you the 6th Commandment without referring to the Bible. TO LEARN THE ANSWER EVERY MAN AND WOMAN SHOULD SEE x f! EXTRA! FREE ATTRACTION STARTING SUNDAY AFTERNOON 1 r a il . A LOTTIE MAYER and Her D i V i N G i I 4 IS 14 r? yt v s tt yTr f vi v- r i vrv i ' e 11 A P Y i 1 . -StKJ KoiJ f PJ -a H M v- & Li a A PHOTODRAMA MADE IN SWEDEN BY AN ALL-STAR SWEDISH CAST AND ADAPTED FROM THE FRANKLY SENSATIONAL STORY, "THE GIRL FROM j THE MARSH CROFT," BY DR. SELMA LAGERLOF, FAMOUS SWEDISH PHILOSOPHER AND ONE OF THE FEW WOMEN WHO EVER RECEIVED THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR LITERARY ACCOMPLISHMENT. n i v 1' i I - V Li ! 11 V , a fj ?i r. in an Aquatic Display of Daring, Skiil and Charm. FIVE BEAUTIFUL MERMAIDS WORLD'S GREAT EST FEMALE DIVERS One Week Every Af ternoon and Evening. What the Press of Chicago Says About it: CHICAGO EVENING NEWS Critic "Presents a Griffith atmosphere and leaves 4 1 nothing to be desired in the story of a fine production j that will amaze the amusement-going public. CHICAGO HERALD EXAMINER "We have never seen a photoplay so absolutely free from tricks, clap-traps or melodrama. There should be a wide public in this country for a work so fine. Noth ing ever equaled "The Woman He Chose.'' THE GREATEST DRAMA OF SEX AND SIN EVER FILMED! SPECIAL PRICES 10, 22, 30 CENTS WITH TAX- FRIDAY That favorite GLADYS BROCKWELL, in her latest six-reel dramatic sensation, j "WHITE LIES' Also JUANITA HANSEN in "THE LOST CITY," wild animal j serial sensation, and FOX NEWS of events. TODAY JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK." serial; HOOT GIBSON in "SMILIN t t !! ;! :-l U ü ' 1 1 V :1 1 0, 1 , ompelling, forceful, dramatic, astounding, unusual drama of a man whom the world sought to destroy This man j tittered by the treachery of wife, of friends, of everyone vhom he held dear, after a world-wide pilgrimage of ven- ?j ace discovered that it is nobler to forgive than to avenge that love and not hate is the greatest thing in life. m embittered by th treanee discovered that it is nobler to foreive You have seen Henry B. Walthall in "The Birth of a Nation" and liked him you'll like him still better after seeing him ; in one of the most gripping stories ever told upon the screen! ' That fun provoker, Snub Pollard and Pickaninny Jim will create an uproar of laughter in "The Home Stretch.' comedy and the Popular Town Topics. - 4 , !5. . '-;.A.v';..:-,- ,,- : i .. :,. :. :. -;- - Sf-ivktHVa; Ä.1 r--iV' v W;v ; H-- -, H v ',' ;:' - - t' 4 1W ' W tf. '' -v.'r' ; '.. ;;. ; - - ... : F 4 1 "We should send our producers and actors to Sweden to learn how to make a real picture and present a simple storv. exauisitely, sweetly convincingly." This from d the Editor of the Chicago Tribune. Si ; i M 1 1 t, . t ' 1 On account of the tremendous drawing power of this wonderful photoplay we suggest that for the sake of personal comfort that all men and women who can possibly do so, attend the matinees. lj This is the most appealing and cleanest photoplay for men and women we have ever presented. Once you've seen this picture you 11 come to see it again and bring all your friends with you. I Don't miss it. Also "The Star Boarder," 2 reel Mack Sennctt comedy. Fox News and Funny Mutt and Jeff. m ... . ... . i mi i i i . l Keep away from the 8 o'clock show. Hundreds will be turned away. Come to matinee or very early or 9 o'clock show, as this great men and women show win prove a woria Dealer. And some ladies matinee attraction. i: it THROUGH," two-reel western sensation; "THROUGH THE KEYHOLE," two-reel 1 Sunshine comedy; PATHE NEWS, and MUTT AND JEFF. 1 I.