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wiiren- vm cobthkc you um-: ircc i
'tn.fdv rtflv brine tvoi a SliOOQ Of ISOje within
a yean Oil fa
for quick money? and we want toonvmce you
hat we have the OIL, so write AT ONCE for
farther information to 1
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Prediction of Shortage Made at
Convention of Mining
Globe. Ariz,., Sept. 22. A serious
gasoline shortage on the Pacific
Coast, the effect of which would ex-
A .1 4lrm.vKrx.. ant 1 '011 H t PV
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auring me next year, picuniw
V, (a,1ov uriner t ho fln;in?
oi ibe cinvemton of Ihe Imericafl
Institute of Mining Engineers.
W. R. Hamilton, of San tt-ancisco,
presented the gasoline industry data
-v 4 Via AninAprc X rnrri in fir tn Air.
Hamilton, the only possible means,
of increasing gasoline production are
by the increased production of either
lieht oil or casins-head easolme. low-i
ering the grade of . market' gasoline,
or by successful innovations in re
fining methods. Most of these solu-j
lions 'Mr. Hamilton explained as im-J
practicable in the immediate future,
although he said that by lowering the
grade of gasoline production could be
Increased from 30 to 50 per cent. He
attributed the future gasoline short
age to decreased production of refin
able oil (the decrease amounting to
6,000,000 barrels in 1915). steadily in
creasing consumption, the discontinu
ance of imports and the heavy ex
ports due to the European war de
mands. Discussing the value of chemistry
n the rnal mining inrlnstrv Rdwin M.
Chance declared Jn a paper kead at Bl . .
today's meetinl ihaf Amerkals liavXSt-SS1
in the past been purchasing coal on
its looks ratherthan because of its
heating power. He1 made public re
sults of experiments which showed
dull appearing coal to have bette'r
heating and burning properties than
the bright coals which have formerly
demanded premiums in the market. It
is said that this discovery will great
ly help to offset the cost of coal pro
duction without materially increasing
the costs to the consumer.
Tomorrow the engineers will leave
Globe in a hundred automobiles for
a day's tour of the Apache Trail and
an inspection or tne nooseveit nam.
probably the greatest engineering
feat of its kind in the world. The.Df two prominent Japanese to accept
trip will be resumed by special train decorations granted by the Emperor
at Phoenix tomorrow night and Sun- in connection with the war with Ger-
day will be spent at Grand Canyon.
aince its start Irom New York Citv
on September IV the Eastern, party
has visited practically every import-.
gut mining cenier or tne boutttwest.
THE DAY'S WORK
Does it soraetimes seem -that
you simply-could not get your
work done? Do you constantly
feel like sittitfg cfcywltf per
haps YOU V&Wn COntirmnllv
i nen you need
Because your liver, b sjujrswh
and should be tiired to ac
tivity at yourfigUt's,
sugar coated or . jtoft;
. - -r f inr. .W.-cry
tuse it tastes hood.
Quality in teat means more
quality; jriiost importaqt
get from the extra fine qualituai
Valier Paiotyjfuf. niadi of finest flrQrd..wBMW-yajM M ,Lrt.f
low proceed which saves o!l of. the fine fl,Yor: tbeniihTVSk
bukmg. Hv your grocer end you Valier', puinty timr yoix need flo&r.
i Aroroen wwwttii utetributere, Wilmiottoa
the CTound. Write at once"
rnlINT) TWFTO CUS GH FIILDS
ti& richest "gakelrf the irbrld
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PLAN TO ESTABLISH
TEN GOVt PI ANTS
Manila, P. I., Sept. 22. A plan: to
establish ten government plants for
'the manufacture of rinderpest serum..
has been initiated by Adriano Herna
ndez, director of the bureau of agri
culture. Funds have been securea
and the plants will soon be in full ope
Rinderpest continues to be a serious
problem of Philippine cattle oyners
but the bureau of agriculture by
quarantine and immunization is waging
a vigorous campaign against the scour
age. A requisition for. serum has been
s?nt to French Indo-Chlna and
will enable the bureau to keep up its
rk unt.l all ,e serum manufactur
ing plants are in. full swing. These
nlintJ ra ft! tit hifrM in rflttlp rPTI-
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. tefj iniffereirtrtsf the islands.
Those of us who are past middle age
are prone to eat too much meat and in
consequence deposit lime-salts in the
arteries, veins and joints. We often
suffer from twinges of rheumatism or
lumbago, sometimes from gout, swollen
hands or feet. ' There is no longer the
slightest heed of this, however, as the
new ' prescription; "Anuric," Is bound
ing the 'impoverished blood of its pbis
oris by way of the kidneys. It can be
obtained at almost any drug store, by
j simply asking for "Ariurlc for kidneys
i or backache. It will overcome such
i conditions as rheumatism, dropsical
swellings, cold extremities, scalding
and burning urine and sleeplessness
due to constant arising from bed at
night AdVt. 5 - ! "!
THE JAP. EMPEROR
Tokio. Sept. 22. A sensation has
.been caused in .Tanan hv tha refusal
The recipients are Yosatniro
Takekoshi, a well known journalist.
who was a member of the Diet last
vear and Masutaro Takasi. who
, member of tne House of RepregentaT
tives. They base their refusal unon
the fact that, as members of the Diet,
they are representatives of the people
whose duty it is to Watch over the
work of the government. They hold
fiat acceptance of a decoration is
against the spirit of the constitution
Rio" almost in the nature of a bribe1.
iATso, thoy declare that it is improper
to accept honors while, the war in
Europe is still1 raging, merely because
the Japanese' troops had been victor
ious at Tsing-t?u.
A government official insists that
it is no within i he. power of any
Japanese to decline au l-onor bestowed
ny thot Emperor.
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result tat yo "
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Had Suffered, For Ten Years.
H "Nnw There.
F?mm JSJmis' a slriglng act that is good and
If apSfdona reason to b thankful
for tancf tltat: -peTsn :ii &H?l Lucy
explalhe'd 'ixf 'tb f ollowg; story3 off e
ed by1 henu8Dand!W
nn nkuff PKt !i'W'hTii; 4irnoS mViW
would c6ffiiiifrr..dett. e gbt; jib bad
that iot tM0f eMf" sort wijre oiit
:of 'tlib" 4titftSar. 'ijttirAirl-klS .to
nervous that'ttfe'sliglitest nois would
make ipr JuijNhf after5 ntgnt febTe
would raawalesfeeps , refusing On
ccme ajid'in5 suffered frtim constant1
and severe1 pains In the side. Although
sire iyas! :prescribed for an had trie'd
everything we heard of, she kept get
ting worsVdnd worse. When we heard
about Tnfed? Mrs. Alridge' was very
weak' ana Sanabte to 6 any thousework
at alt ' x ' -.:i'i:'i ; "
"The1 first "bottle of Tanlac made a
change in hdlr fcdhdition. and now, after
taking tnVee bottles of it, there is such
a change tli&t her friends hardly know
her. Why'.'she is huhgry ror every meal
and eats 'anything ' she likes without
having ahy trouble afterwards. The
pains in' her sides have left and she is
not nervous. It would take some noise i in the iirst reels of this Vitagraph pic
to make her Jump now: She is able to ture is that of a lvely care-free S parish
work again, and gets good, healthy, j senorita full of life and greatly at
refreshing sleep and has gained 15 ; tracted to a young American, although
pounds. We are delighted to tell oth-j , onoosition to her father's wishes. ,
ers about Tanlac," ended Mr. Alridge,
who is a well known resident of High
. Tanlac is sold in Wilmington at the
Bellamy Drug Store, exclusively;
Acme, Acme Store Co.; Burgaw, C L.
UnlatPnr! siitKnort: Watson'Sr Phftr-
mrv- Rod Point' Al N. Rhodes &
Co.; Supply, H. W. Kirby; New Bern,;lover and her sends her frora
Bradham Drug Store; Magnolia. W. L. hls house she becomes a dancer in
Southall; Faison Drug Co.; Pembroke, a Spanish music hall. Her free and
G.-W.-Locklear; Fairbluff, J. P. Wad- easy manner vanishes and. an avenge
dell. Sr. Each town has its Tanlac'ful woman is found before the plot runs
The Little Bluebird Company,
thP VlMnr a thin wap rerrflinlv is nne !
aggregaUon that gets better all the
time: Today and tomorrow tney are
presenting-their greatest , show yet,
"The Haunted Station, a screamingly
funs- bUuWce cocaeay featuring :the
Inimitable Jack Fuquay in the leading
role, and is so full of funny and ridi-
ctrtous vsitut!loiis f mat-yilr!i;srinW
,-.i-x. Lit . "iiil. i-n. i'f-u::
Butithere" fs ? ss'vef al 5 let-ups; in . the
cpin,edy long fenough Vlo permit that
nif ty i singing and dancing chorus to.
.p ia some
onree ireatf viudevttle1 ad"trfipec
ksialf ies 2 GmAVo&g Mi YoTi IMe
EfeahJ tifdaay:I k cnrufe ,
Very attractive; number,-, followed by
another. anL brand, new great specialty
by the filueordiTrlb coposed of Jack
Fuquay. Harold Gilles and n Douglas
FJemming you know what " to expect
Ia-lfrom them Dolly; Parker then vpre-
liew an3f r Benla ' Fukraay jcbines back
id ft stiff: betterone,1, ff TifereS a Lit'
e ; Bit i tit Bid irt Every Good Little
Girl- a brand -new Broadway song
Met i l: jHoko Mokeilsje thati old . favo
rltev By Douglas .Fleming and chorus
iia another mrty number.
Brand new scenery, hew. specialties
all -th'er wat throtfgtBjahd soiiiefd'lithe
niftiest costumes yet seen are- a?fea
iture of this bill today.- .:-.. , ( v u
Bhift , Ribbon -.Feature,: ;T;qitft'rPVf '
Tomorrow the.' Royal presents one of
the very greatest ' Blue Ribbon Fea
tures ever released by the Vitagraph
Company of America, a gripping dramia
in six' acts; "lie Tarantula'? starring
those ' two" world-famous stars, TDdith
Storey and ; Antonio Moreno in 'the
leading roles supported by an all-star
company including L.; Rogers Lytton,
Charles Kent, Gordon Gray and others.
"The Tarantula" is from the stof y
by George D. Baker, and is one of the J
most intense, gripping and extraordi
nary screen dramas of the year. Al
though Edith Storey has always had
an enviable reputation for versatility,
we find her proving this statement
; again in this feature. Her character
The ihanner in which she jumps from
the carriage while her duenna slum
bers peacefully is quite typical of an
innocent young girt afraid of nothing'
-r-and destining rules and regulations. I
But gradually the character changes '
rwhen sne is betrayed by her American
its course. ; I C'.tv business on their annual visits.
I bas an entire, new scenio
Another One Of Those Big Hits, 'production together with the hun
Such a hit was made by that Bio- j d-edr of gorgeous; ccistumes neces-
graph-Griffith-Sennett program at thelsary to fit the new environment.
Grand last Saturday that the other , Thet re goers who have laughed at
one there are only two of them on' Mutt and Jeff before, perhaps many
the market has been secured for to-
mw preBeuim,, bvuh uiBSer nne
inn thni last Saturrlnv Marv PiflrfnrH
Edwln AugU8t, 'AIfre. Page-
rhnrien ahioR will h snnn in a rmn
reel feature de luxe, made by David
W. Griffith, entitled. "A Beast at
Bay," one ..of Jwr greatest single jeeL
Sweet. Robert Harron,
a Greater Demand for
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' Where competition is strong in any line of business it
is a sign jfor you to strengthen your. advetising'apprcfprt
atron and do rholfe advertisirig-better advertising. If
you stand alone in this field and: there is very little competition,-of
coursVyou will' advertise to? let people know
that you are ready to serve their wants in a particular
line; but it stands to reason that the advertising need not
be so fierce, and aggressive as when the field is well occu
pied. . -
Somersay it costs money of course it costs money,
then agairr -they wilt s tell fyou "there's no use throwing
this m6ney away oh advertising. Itls very well to give
at few platitudes on thrift and say, "a fool and his money
are ton parted," and right here it is well to remember
thamore failures in business and in social life,. too can be
attributed to stinginess and greed than is generally sup
posed. ' - '' "' - : ' '
;" A reputation for being stingy and 'greedy is about as
bad a" reputation as a man can have.1 It hurts in business
life as well as sbciai; 1 Sucdess doesf iibts love the stingy.
She! 'flujtters about the liberal- the generous hearted
tne people who have a feeling for their fellow; nian and
genuine good old Red American blood in their veins. .
; Thrift is Jo be commended.' There are two kinds ' bf
thrift, fntellrgcnt thrift. 'Stupid Uhrito The I latter is
Used by the greedy when he "saves diriies and losses dol
taiSv'en:!.l)e;cha8e8 a butterfly and" catches a fly," the
thrift; jlhat 'saves at the spigot and? loses at the bung
hole" is pure and simple idiocy . And yet hundreds prac
tice jifst, this kind of thrift, and pat themselves on the
shoulder for being savmgconomical.' - " C ;-
Uytti are1 nori-adyertisr Mnd just startirig in,; or if
your afe"i atr fbld advertiserWhen ybu advertise, do it
right. v If you have abrg- thing to adyrtiseand its worth
advertising at all, dd it in a big way. Do hot go at it half
hearted and stop before the battleof results is hdlf won.
r The law of advertisihg. results 1 is pertain it is exatt
inrl An articledf quality properly exploited! will Return
you proper returns, and jemember when you place your
moneyr in advertising jt is intelligent thrift adequately
. employed. ' 1 ' 'ffi Hn.flZf::': j .: ii
: Confer. ,v.' ' . .. " ?. " v.
Charies'Wesrt s wliy be J seeiln tre
mendously powerful tvro-reel ; feature,
The! Massaere,'' one of the nwst-tnriii-ing
pictures ver filmed under the di
ectipn; of thorgreat Griffith witha
'htiff' evryHrie ?::e' W $
alsd;e;: &nlfy areAJreel'feaJ
"ture; 'Tibi: Motbefing Hearta.bunain
interest stry with : thriUs: andV pathos
Mack Senneit will present a great
Single reel production "When the Fire
Iace jn Vibe fading tXQip-i
.titlft-of the slsth editroVfi?;? fFh.
er's cartoOB coniedy pxjQdiuctioii te &u
-siealfcpnidyfbrm b db ;Hil who
i&ikM toiicelyfthat s rtheatri
cat' pVbuctlc -?nqM history;5 of thet
; American" stage nas enjoyea sucuesa
I botbtrlrtitfcf: andnnaiicially Idqual5 to
thdS: first-' prfeseritation of the ' . play,
more thair five yeirsagoC -,l '
- Tired :&uMariyi;; seeTis " diversion,
with: tittle fc&tfugnt- or worryis to its
; artist ;briglri;n )
If a - play ot. iitsctors- afe able vto
extract' iiitceSsantvlau" in-!
cedulbus udfefi(ietMt fplM'or : ac-!
torbecom,cts ajptungalijfiedj success, j
Mutt and Jeff started a Udif wave
of merriment thftt as, beepieontinu-
.-1 : iii" ive
Scene from1 "Mutt & Jeffs Wedding,"
Academy of Music1, Matinee and : '
Night, Thursday, Sept. 2,8.
f:aue as long as Bui Fisher and Gus
I - 511 are able to offer new- 'comedy
features each season, assuring capa-
limes.' will find this offering so : en
tirely new as to have the effect of
hami, on , c-a 1 5i
.'itntt ana Je?s Wcddg"
tn.ke.pJa.ee the 'Academy of Music
on -next Thursday, giving a', matinee
and night .performance The maiittee
pricen are 25 cents and 50 cenLa- ChU
dr-jn 25 cclis tr any seat. The night
prices will range from. 50 ce'nts to SL
: haj's6 sigdrfiea!;nl8 ihtenroitr o- offer! an
heiniplyf eaifih? ccSeMv vsea-
xXoityl BBrtCliff ord tyf-''Soo.
'fThe theaW-fovitng tpubricVWIl
mington are promised excelleijt . en
tertainment when Jolly Billy: "Single
FAIusJfc"t)h Saturday," Sepf 3ty,. f or mat-;
that successful 'ridusical satire worth
hile, !,'Ltner Lohger'-LSicy.' " Itris
right up to the miriute-. wlth .the latest
and: best ; Iftinttfc: '&i:'imd' in'ot
tuneful; sotigi'and lias- left: a . Very fa
been -seen. ;Billy' Clifford r is 'an enter
tainer with j unique "methods ' and is
seen this X, season in a role that fits
his eomed$tp perfection ile ;is sup
ported by; a ji .excopf.tpnal.ly clever cbnji
pany arid as si cbinedyi his play is uri
beatable. X; , : ,'.. ' , f'"
tj A lady .brass band and orchestra ifij
ccrricl lAvith, tlie company. The - lady
band will parade and play ai free
coijcer.ton,lhe. streets at -1 p. m. and.
again in front, of the theatre, at .7:15!
4 i TOMORROW?-
n ' MARY PICKFORD
Edwin August, Charles Miles, in
'A Beast at Bay'
$ 'Bli A N Cf E SW E ET i '
Robert Harrosin, Claire McDow
When the Fire
6 Reels .5 and 10c
We want our friends to open a SAVINGS AGCOlTNT
with us, we.pay 4 per .bni, Interest compoun JeJ quarter
IyV No account too small lu us. r ';
HFt WaIderPr eaident ;
R. Bradley, Cashier; W.
W H. Brown,
Children's School Shoes
Start the Season i Rigkt Our Shoes Will
Stand the Test, for Any Purpose, School,
Dlel 6rdla.Let: Cfceflfou.
Opposite Murchison Bank
..k i;1 ' Wilmngtohr N. C., September 18. 1916. ;
TO THE QUALIFIED VOTERS' OP NEW flANOVER COUNTY; All
qualified votera of New Hanover County who wish to support the Repub
UCan National Ticket, at the coming election, whether heretofore sup
port.in the party or not, are respectfully urged to' attend a meeting of
citizen to b6 held at the' Court House 6h Friday night, the 22nd, at 8
o'clock, for the purpoBe of organizing a Hughes, Republican Club and
electing the proper officers. : : :f'y-- ':?'"'i---:'! -- --
?t,H1df-?d1 Aa?rate an active campaign in support of Repub
lican policies, as set forth-In the Katibhal and State Platforms, in order
that both sides of the vital economic quesOonsj which are to be decided
fh Z ?1 el??qn, may. be. intelligently presented to the citizens of
this County. ;."; ' -r v -. '..;
ALL-VOTERS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.
"' - : V -:i I: :r". 'v ,.".'.. . J. W. BROOKS.
T. haIrman Republican County Executive Committee.
JOS. J. LOUGHLIN, Secretary: V , v
7-5 50, a tid 2b' cento.; Bargain matinee
.3fSlat-tsafi;at Plymme's on
f r ;
In a Magnificent Sit Part Vita
graph Clue Ribbon Feature
AN INTENSE, GRIPPING
CRAND- NEW - CILL TODAY
A Screamingiy Funny Blackface
Comedy, Featuring Jack Fuquay.
j, NIFTIEST WARDROBE YET.'
NEW AND NOVEL DANCES.
SOME BIG NEW SONG HITS.
THE BEST SHOW OF THE
Matinee, 3:30 . . . . 10-20c
Night, 7:30 and 9:00. . 10-20-30c
T. E. SprJunV. President,
JVCunvmlirg, RiiGli Grady,
Cf D. Weeks. ' ? -
to Organize State
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