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IFF LIGHT BREAD;
The.crealestixl three grail .shows
should bo tirettv g&od. That's J what
Arthur Hauk put on at the Victoria
this afternoon when they present for
the firsf me lfrara rt-"Wtra-Cdcb-"
aret" a gay and, giddy -whirl.. -of
iaughtex-and . aong thajt,.bd((-falr, tp
"It Nearly "lulled Me .to tgir, even, the, great ..show presented
Melon, of Any K-md," Mrs.
HeJen Eryer Says ; Tahiac
Spells New;Sjtp. ' k. s
Mrs. Ilolfih Fryer,r - of 712 ' South,
Twelfth strnet, is yet another lady of
Wilmington to publicly acclaim her tn
dnrspmouf of Tanlac's reconstructive
. "If is Dm host medicine I have ever
t,irt nnH itiv husband alsO gained on duces, all the big favorites of this
iauai mnntiv tr organization irf''raalfV.a-ttd' suitable
organization ever seen In Wltoington
is theunaflimaus verdict of tho great
crowdl who' .saw the" first show. ocf th.(?
week';Mbftay -jUid uesdayajpJthe
same6' crowd's will be suf pffseH - and
delighted, to .see even a bigger and
better and brighter show today and
each season brings forth a new, one,
ut in the meantime thtf ' yesfrty ap
plaritiico'61 Ctrd"Msher'k fantouYpr;
tooft' Kinfesi eacfr-yaf - increasing fh
brtiliancy; -mai7rtat&; its-'Btand rt the
proeessicm. epent . company
pfeientirfg Mutt' and' JefTsWedttlng is
by far the most elaborate offering yet
pjit forth, a small fortune having been
apent ror new scenery, cosiumeu,
story . and exerytiWng., ielqd iomakfi
hkd. JtJet Ws,coes;
t6 th-'''jldaemiv:..'iBdtiw; ".' matineS
And rdiM?. l.Me miUttSfeVlwHl
amid the great ; lobster palaces of i26 cents'jojiny "'HnFfel?
'The Great White Way and intra-, will ran6" from Cff cents to-. J, and
tickets ate now48eK.tviM.r.
iaUiehe Sweet 'Istone' of' the : TtoBti nnrfrlVffe annp, much distinction on
interesting j personalities befro;
theatre 'going PTiMicLfn each ?pf the , nTr aistWone of the ornhdum's" besi
"I would nt take any- roles introducing Clarice Clidencej
Thp. nrettfest alrls-r-Uie:.best mi)
7the pst': , efebqfialfe
the j aniac Man. .
, . -fas-iiiram mruseea, out mr a k"u nient -tnfi greatest comeay sauiauous
thing for the good it has done us, and j Ume t&mg jii' the, gay life of ; the f the " Wlsfef -ftopjcgf iio;
I only wish I had 'gotten it sooner. . "Great S.Yfylf pjivfifi, there j production;, inT.efg.ryld&
' "Why, for a vhote summer, I was is the "cabaret grrls, Josle ana Irene ever bea' ".. tftesendied,. . l& ' J-llU'f?
forced to live on light bread, for any J iierg,, Florence, jvioran aua.um uiur, cWm . fothiaigrrlns, ;veftieo;,
me" a fullness and hurt la irw Kenneay m ine rore oi uxlmtt m&Jett. .,, ,it:.
(lasnine youns . wiuow aim jxeitju.
hiavy food gave
my sidoa and shoulders1.
kiJlod mo to eat melons of any kind,
And I was so nervous that I couldn't
stnnd "1 he noise made by children
around (he. house. I got very little;
rest af night, and never slept sound.
Though I tried nearly everything else
but Tanlac, I grew worse right along.
"Those miserable pains have left me,
Rince I began taking Tanlac; 1 have a
fine appetite; I can eat and dTfgest any
foods; nervousness is a thing of the
past; my sleep is just fine and I can
do my work with perfect ease." v
Tanlac is sold in Wilmington exclu
sively at the Bellamy Drng Store;
Acme, Acme Store Co. ; Burgaw,;' -'C.
1i. Ilalstead; SOuthport, Watson
Pliarmacy; Rocky Point, A. NI Rhodes
& Co.; Supply, G. W. Kirby; New
Bern, Rradham Drug Co.; Magnolia
W. L Southall; FaisOn, Faison Drug
Co. ; Pembroke, O. W. Locklear. Each
town has its Tanlac dealer. adv.
Kennedy as Ruth Blair, the country
girl, taking-in the sights, feck Mur
doek, as the polite waiter and Barny
Kleeher as "one of the boys" com
pletes the cast" of -principals.
A gay and gfddy whirl of laughter
&(eai pay ;. 9tvthe
: Tomorrow the iloyal presents on
of ihe greatest all-tar productions
LaskjftiprpductIciLns In,: whicltbe Jiaa
P5eared, she is, seort a. fatally -dif;
f erenV-'rolc; bid give's" each onfe"f -a
dffferehf "chffracteiizatlon. She" has
heeit fi&r && a.: raa'arafRh,;, at;m6mv
ber 6ytnelTusslan'roy'at hodsehblrf, a
Swedish , mald'of-aH-Work", and, an an
archist, and now in ''Public Opinion"
she ; appears as a trained nurse on
pOTt M4eijift t,;1'
lagajl: thislyoung woman who is
abf olftCely' !'i?.Bt of $tjrf6&;.zv4.
how iusr:,, whpjo JiHttraMfeBu
$j : 'l0V$ns;'&n$.. ,en tertnma
nertl:.. . rr x.--
:' .Ojiejcif. .the imusual features qf ibis
the' spirit 'of "the woman' the ri'urso Is
supposed , to have . pois.oned, to difegt
the jianrf of
person.. ,f hrquiout the . iiory :, Jtij
t&? , miperer. ia flnali, forced ,1". CPilr
ton SistW one of the orpheum's" best
ttrffstctfi-acts ana tttetf GiynffT These
ohtl 'otberg ho ".charmingly" slug' ah
tlance, provide, an evejiiug'senjertain
motif -inner fr -fit-. riatiriTn1"lPrRd
; A . Iftxljt . bras ' banj and . "orchestra
is a special feature witn tne com
pany. The lady band will parade and
play'a free concert on the streets at
1 p, m. and again in front of the
iheatr" ,'f i 6vpl'n
: Scats, on; siiA ..a,! Plummer a f thu r
1; fear she .has", been, engaged , be
fore. . . - ; . v- '-
Why so,. ' J, r.,;.v;v: S f"-:
" ; She. .apparently, toimi niJEwl0,
ke6ps "calling me Alfred wiren' ray
name js. Frank. Exchange,
k .There .wijbelsr Eu
rope, aftervtjhe" war s ? . A,
' dh, I don't know, ' iooks; like pros
per.rty rnfght prevail.: livery landhold
er , wil own. an..irpn mine in1 his own
will present a brand new brll of ntusi collaboratetl
cal novelties that will be bigger tliari j Sqe' ia" tho.'castUUe.au'Vfnl fc'thei
ever. Helen and Iris Kennedy, those j ciaytoh, jwith llollrd'ok Blinn, Erti
dainty singing and dancing .satellites, i mct (rrigan, (ierda Holmes,. Monta
will have something, new to say and t m Ij0e; pion Titheradsle. MAdge
do; Teck Murdock will present anbth n s aLc' ' B. Francis and" Frank
from the. sttvllos of, 1,h.e World Film Foxe,, ..Edy'tfjjn " ChapntAn,Btfhtr Hex:
Corporation one of . the grpaf Brady-, ter, Tom Forman and , 'Uaym'ona .IttAj
Made . reaues .entuiea ; ftuitii ton. :, ... ; fcj,
4rooucuon is (tun ,uip. ttpii
thn ask'y ' Company "hak'; w$r
The big court room scene is
fessV; the spirit .of thev "wpii - r? , 7
tries ,;to bring; the. guUy to :JleI-' -.ctt. irriga-
YMlss; Sweet is snrrounIed; by ,1!;aj Hpsts are eijected at Larhed, Kas.,
cast of ,ijn:iisual for" the' opening of the annual!
session of the . Kansas Irrigation Con-!
such well ; known , players . as JSarle
ouuf, intijf .Atvvi ui,. , land who, ix... is tne., hfkl :xirn.tiyL i no
today. The Musical Kings, who ! nro.iucfiQfl T wTtir an ail-star cast, in hrvlsh
such a hit . the first of the week j whif.h: 'al Jbf the ernat World . stars made.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
MATINEE AND NIGHT ,
ENTIRELY NEW PRODUCTION
JMatinee 2$ .and 5(WT :
ChiHJW 25eiaBy Seat
Niahit 5Qjic ncl $t,00
Tickets at Plummer's.
er of his inimitable characterizations,
and there? will be still others.
' "Mutt and Jetf" tornorrbW
When it is taken into consideration
that -Bud Fisher'fj great cartoon ser
ies projecting the. trials, tribulations
and experiences, of those., inimftiable
characters Mutt and Jeff' have beer,
running continuously' fh thousands of
the coimtrys best newspapers for a.
Beamish,, constituting th6. greatest as
semblage of ..stars ever n"seen in a
an exact, replica of that in. which
thp trial . was held upon . which the
Bfffy (Singfe) Cliffor Company
..pilly (Single) 'ciiffora' finger
tionger M?cy'' his new musibal sa-1
tirey will beSQen, at the Acadjrny of
M4Sic, matinee and night. Satucday
I idoritial nominee, is to speaic in central
and northern Ohio cities today, eon-;
eluding with a meeting at Cleveland
world feature. It is a five part pro-j September 30. This piece is the very
ductioR, a virile dramatifi document
of domestic and financial . ifttrigut!
with a lasting moral, taken from 'the
stage play of the same name by
Charies. Kenyonauthor of "Kindling"
which ran the entire season of 1915
at the . Forty-Eight Street Theatre.
latest style, and is an entertainment
of the highest class. The foundation
of it is a farce, full of complications
and ludicrous predicaments. To this
is added a dozen songs of the popular
style and a company of elegantly
gowned, young women, who can sinar
."Husband and Wife" is a thrilling and dance, and who are pretty and
period of live years or more, it can ramn nni wns nrnnouneed drio-htK- nifiv Sine-lei riiffofd.
be readily .understood .why, the .differ, j-thfi stft.e one of tK most extraor-lwho ia starrins: in the niece, is too
ent annual musical cpnjedy Jrpduc- dinary plays of modern times, withUvell known to need any introduction.
a strong and appealing moral, n js, He has been on the vaudeville stage
for many years as one of the bright-
tions which have beep based aipon
these' characters for the same period
of time are looked upon as an an-
f nual event of universal interest in
every city in the ". lands ' 4 ...
Gus Hill, in presenting life current
year's fantasy starring these, inimiti
abje,.pen characters in -real life, claim
and justly, "the realVhit of the show
world", a phrase not coined by him
self, but emanating front one of the
foremost dramatic critics of the nit
ed States. Cartoon characters from
a great feature foft the Royal tomor
row, in connection with the current
chapB of that r eat . serial . Gloria's
Romance; Starring BfihV Burge inf
the leading; .role,, a mamniOfh seven
reel show for five and ten cents.
Blanche Sweet Comes Tomorrow
Blanche Sweet, the brilliant Lasky
star, , who has established herself
among the friols. of the screen, will
est and cleverest singers and dancers
and he has a style and manner all
his own. In his present vehicle he
has a role that fits his personality
to a nicety, and it is one in which
he shines with great brilliancy.
Mr. Clifford is seen as the young
Englishman and he is given many
briUiat. lines and he is caught in
many tight .places. There is a love
S3 SiH- ftmtr,
In He.Very.: J.ateslr Great
Hi - i
I 3M V.".
The "appointment of Baron Hayashi, former Japanese Ambassador
i to" Rome as .MinMeOor. Jrfpan in P eking, has created much comment in
I Ja'pan-' :ftn'd "'China; -r ' iBaronv Hayashi'-.i of much higher, rank tha nany ot!i
er diplomat at Peking and this unu sual procedure on the part of Japan
has been lo6k'ed at with' suspicion, by the Chinese, although the Baron h
as, publicly -advocate'd a friendly pbii'cy toward the Chinese for some
i time. , . ' . ". ' .
J.L I 1 L .
Did you mail that letter to iny -sitter-in
Portland? ' ' . "
Have you any butter beans?
Yes. . -
: - I want some better butter bonus
Yes,.m'dear. -.. . . than the butter beans I got last.
She says she didn't get it; ; - Those butter beans
V7oI! you know- I.jw it is in war . Were . bitter beans, she .eonclud'pd.
time, m'love. ; Somebody,, must Jtavo And -the grocer ; had :a giddy - spell.--.
seized the maiis.-rf Exchanged f Eichangc.. 'y.t A ''," :;-t . .
l acJ 1 msMs for cmdrmmaiij warn Easy mm ft la
Is I vj. jiy II - iv opwz lo ai.f Kiiius anu lilies an. oyer ine coun- :
n I w.
This is the day of sports ol: all kinds artdicrtie's ajldVer fife coun
try are providing Play Grounds where children can enjoy these sports.
All sports call for an unusual amount of strenuous use of the frr
and it is absolutely necessary f or the ; parfi6ibafit iti w'ear a pirdf shoes
that will resist hard wear anaf the same!time oe rW6my and xom- W
iwiauic, anu anuw picniy or rreeaom or tne reet.
Ever since children haVe E
endeayoring to design a sK
freedom to the feet and at the sarne time be srviceablii and comfortable.
. The last that the Red RidmHoaCSKoWimMe is'lhe oiif-
Pair of R R.
Essay on Red Riding Hood
- By Carrie McLean Taylor, Age 10.
Once near a forest lived-a dear little Jfirt,'
.;nd on the other side of the forest lived
er grandmofter.-' Her 1rraiWnHfher,! gar.-E'
her a red cloak and hood, and so people
called her "Red ..Riding- Hood." , .
One, day the grandmother was 'sick and
l.cr mother said, "Red Riding liood. take
these good things to eat to your grand
mother, but do not loiter on the way for
the woods are full of .dangers."
Rm1 Riding Hood meant to obey her
wi other bi stopr ed to pick -some flowers.
w..!f , earae along and said. "Good morn
ing, where are you going?" "To mv
gr(1lHOthPr'a'" 8he answered, politelr. -
ihe wolf took a shorter path aud ' got
mother to. devour her,, bukshe escaped into
he tctfestj- Jie wqlf, put. pn the grand -
l"0r9ltf cfawfejf.xthto the bed.
When Red Riding Hood came he intend
ed, eating her np. She walked in and up
close to the bed. bt Jrt-s he- ;nmped
upon her a wood-cutter ran in arid killed
the wolf. . ,.. . - ,. :v.r.
- The woort-mitte tfipn .tanned the wo
SidoT?SipAlPvome shoes that he called
"Rot! RitffBg flood", to remind her not to
d i sot)ey her - mochei. -
CARRIE McLEAN, TAYLOR,
80S Orange St. - - Age. 10
-r, , T Union School, Sixth Grade A.
Mfcss nattio Lue Smith, Teax-her. . : , . .
cpm of their w6rk and we' are proud; of the fact that we can offer this
excellent shoe to the public.
Red. Riding Hood Writing Tablet FREE with each pair of Red
Riding Hood Shoes purchased. ' V;
Essay on Red Riding Hood by Carrie McLean Taylor, Age 1 0.
Essay on Red Riding Hood by Louise Fbnveille, Age 6.
Red Riding Hood Shoes are best, the uppers will stand two to
three soleis. ,; ' '" ' ' ' ' ' '". --''-:"; Vr '-:'
Red) Riding. Hp'od Shoes will outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes.
Let us prove it.
Essay on Red Riding ifebd
. i-.iftBW.P.W 0:e.rmM-Mrt.u ii'icao.:ai-.;iyc.y.-'3'-.' - ? '
jouise I'onveuie, Age u.
RE0 RIDIKG HOOD SHOES ARE BEST
THE UPPERS WILL STAND TWO, TO THREE SOLES
There was a little girl whose real name
I don't know, an.vway et'ery body .called
her '.Little Red Riding Hood."
When she was 'a tiny thing her grand-:
m.-i made her a red cloak and hood, as she
grew larger her grandma made her a larg
er and nicer one. ' .' , '
One day hei: motheV told her she could
go' tOi see. grantlma. f(W he'i very stele. 80,
she. started out with some. goodies for her.
Sn'-sjtopped to phiy on; her way.' ' 5
Sf had to go throiHgh some woods, she
saw lots of things that she was just bound
to stop and gather some of the wild-flowers.
Then she lost her way1, by Aot mino-
ing necmoiaer. eo sue waiKea until sne ; r.
wasmighty tired,? then be '.eat down -fo '
. jesfcpnrt .wentto sleep.,: i'lv. -V : . -v -" ' ::
There was aB.oiawotfll'hai kved In the '' v'
woods. She met np with. fainrb not coiner
straight .to' granny's- lrtfusey' but - granny's V
cat saved the little girl :from. being eat up . " V
by the' wolf;s,'""A?'i z.-;-:r-? "X ?
, If we-'littie'-girls' would - mind ur'J nar . ' " '
ents-:we w&nktn't get into so manyv places .
we ought not to, vr.--,-. ... . t .v - .
i:' ; LorisE fon'v'eiiCle,- r '
2ifi Walnut St.. Wilmincton1 Nl C
Age yvar.aun p jnontnBi"K , . ..
Teacher1. - Mrs. B. O. Stone, Hemenway
SrhooV; First Orade.:: :?-t . --j -
RED" RIDING HOOD SHOES
TWO PAIRS OF ORDINARY SHOES. : LET US PROVE IT
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