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best working chonis that ha9 ever ap
peared'in Wilmington, and it is by
fat the largest that has been- seen
at. the Victoria,
the tffcft nHVilesre "will be efctentled
All n)inntinns Tint Tit JtC rfiCOrfl- . .. . . .i 3 nnnV nnnfltinni!
.nil juuii.u" J I iaflieS lOnigULj UHUCI usual j
breaking crowds at the Victoria an j ad thoe' wj,0 desire seats for the
this wppIt. as the management has
booked the biggest show that has
ever played this theatre for Corn
Reilly's Globe Trotters, in the first
place, is. the biggest company which
has ever played the Victoria, carrying
an all-star aggregaion of thirteen art-,
ists, also carrying their own musical
director, wardrobe mistress, etc., af
ter the manner of the big regular
legitimate musical comedy compa
nies. At least four big and extraordinary
feature drawing cards are included
with Reilly's Globe Trotters, headed
by the famous Epire Quartette, the
best known bunch of harmony sing
ers now on the road, with a long rec- j
ord of spectacular and
first evening performance had best
"The Immortal Flame."
Tomorrow the Royal presents one
of the most vital problem dramas
that has been filmed within the past
two years, a marvelous production
entitled, "The Immortal Flame," pro
duced by Ivan Film Productions, and
starring the greatest assemblage of
dramatic talent' ever seen in a photo
play of equal length anywhere, head
ed by that celebrated dramatic artiste
Maude "Fealy, supported by Paula
Shay, "The Mary Garden of the
Screen," a great Broadway cast, in
cluding James Cooley, Edna Luby
successful i and Willard Case.
CAPE FEAR APT'S.
5 YEARS YOUNGER
- - - - i "
Washington TV f! .i 6. The Scituate, Mass,, ov. ;o ESCiuuave as
aDnroach of plpti nn rinv has hroueht. soink to .have a soldiers' monument .
on Washington an almost Sabbath- to honor the memory of the men of j
like quiet. For several days the de-lthis vicinity who fought for the!
L.-i.., - .... . TTninn Kn o tVio nrpspnt time it is
yarunents nave been emptying .inem-, v."i ,
selves of voters and if the voters in ' very uncertain as to just what kind
the different-States take as' much in-! ?f a monument it will be, owing to
c -D,;,io 1 iUSif 1 teresf in tomorrow's balloting as do 1 the radical difference oi twutou
HUSS Learned .Secret , the government officials and clerks., among -the townspeople. The ulti
When rriftnds Allowed Him 1 i, A, i I matP decision in the matter rests
" ' ----- r I ucio uiri c Wlli UfcJ a iaf fee vlc. . ;
to Sample His Tanlac Bot
tie. Now He's Well and
"I found out how good Tanlac was
from a friend by sampling several
doses from his Tanlac bottle and, of
course, got my own then. And, I'm
glad I did, for I feel stronger and five
years younger, already." The speaker
was J. S. Russ, Chief Attendant at the
(with the Fiymoutn county urcuu
The civil service laws have been ' court, to which tribunal the cOritro-
extended so much in recent years,Iversy has been referred by the war-;
! f A-
' I V " (OOPYBtOHT IOI6-VITAGBAPH) J
REUNIONS AND HEART-BEATS
however, that the exodus of govern
ment employes to the different States
hardly will improve the chance s of
either party. Nearly all the govern
ing factions. The committee ap-i
Whatsis more wonderful' than the' reunion .f dH
pointed to select the design lor the how one uves the happy days all over again as they recall som
memorial consisted of Grand Army marking an era in their SChool career.
Veterans and art experts. The vet- Our "frat" hart nnt n rPiiTiinn In vAom on T?th ,1 t
ment places in which the salary perj erans selected one design while the girls together for a day in the wocds not far from my honu
I Ik lift
imvuuu , ' ' , screen epic written and directed by! "Indigestion and constipation troub
cu'au ;, " ; Ivan Abramson, "Filmdom's Master -led me for the past two years," Mr.
Craftsman," and has as
appearance m ,u u.s "The Immortal Flame" is a five-reel Cape Fear Apartments, this city.
Wilmington, will be another strong
J..n.n!vi,. , -l . . 1 r r T i'nrnAl i o 17 oil
ulawiUS uuu, ... ..the love that rules without a sword
known Here, as wen as in an pans oi
the country. Harold Paite, the base
; soloist, who was a Wilmington boy
before lie broke into the big time
vaudeville "Circuits, has an enviable
record, and Reilly's Globe Trotters
were fortunate to get him for this
season. Then Fred Kramer, one of i
l the love that binds without a cord.
"Love can neither be bought nor sold,
the only price of love is love," shows
this vital photoplay of heart throbs
and pathos in which the different art
ists have cast aside all restraint and
acted each scene with a feverish in-
the most famous Dutch comedy art-j
ists on the stage, will alsocome in - Maude Fealey, playing a woman
for his share of the approval of the who enters into a loveless marriage
The Globe Trotters carry absolute
ly the best looking best , dressed and
in order to further the political am
bitions of her father, is far and away
the most striking character seen on
the screen in recent months. Profit
ing by a long screen experience Miss
Fealy acts every scene for all it is
worth, and in the last reel gives an
astounding exhibition of physical dar
ing when, lightly clad, she wanders
out on snow-covered Riverside Drive
! and enters the waters of the Hudson
river. The picture closes with a
glimpse of her body floating on the
j Booked at a heavy expense the
! Royal management will present this
j feature at regular prices, trusting
! that large crowds will make up for
'the low admission price.
! ONE YEAR AGO TODAY IN !
its theme 1 Russ continued. "I tried various reme
dies, but none of them seemed to help !
me at all. I found myself in a very
run-down condition .subject to dull
headaches in the morning, with a bad
taste In my mouth and no appetite. Of
course, I was weak and felt bad. Al
most everything I ate seemed to dis
agree with me, and, on eating only a
few mouthfuls I would begin to swell,
and my stomach felt sus zt I had eaten
a peach. I also had dull, acning pains
in my back, and didn't sleep well at
J Here Mr. Russ smiled and added
auicklv: "What a difference now. Mv
digestion is good, I am no longer troub-
led with gas pains or headaches. I
sleep well, and am no longer consti
pated. I gladly recommend Tanlac, for
it is the best remedy I ever saw, and I
advise anyone troubled with indiges
tion to give it a trial.
Genuine Tanlac is sold in Wilming
ton exclusively at the Bellamy Drug
Store, where its merits are explained
daily to health seekers by the Tanlac
Man; Acme, Acme Store Co.; Burgaw,
C. L. Halstead; Southport, Watson'a
Pharmacy; Rocky Poii,t, A. N. Rhodes
& Co.; Supply, G. W. Kirby; New Bern,
Brandham Drug Co.; Magnolia, W. Jj.
Southall; Faison, Faison Drug Co.;
Pembroke, G.W. Locklear; Snow Hill,
J. T. H. Harper; Vineland, R. B. Mc-
Roy & Co. ; Whiteville, s. a. McNeil &
covered by the civil service laws, and ' preference. The Grand Army men,
in some of the departments it is being in the minority, were over
known that the number of Republi- ruled by the committee and an
cans holding office is considered in i award was given to construct the
excess of the Democrats, notwith-1 monument according to the design ap
ing that this is a Democratic admin-; proved by the art experts. The old
istration. I soldiers then went to law and se-
; I met them all at the .railroad station in my machine, and ),,, ,,
tongues did wag during the ride home and the luncheon which foliciv. ..-i
r. 4 l 1 11 b . i-. . .
hi me L-uuveuiiuiiaj wans 01 luy uieamasi iuom, wnere motner anil
After lunch we started for the particular spot in th3 wood-, whirl, -chosen,
arriving at the little brook about three in the afternoon.
soldiers then went to law and se- , " . . , . , u'- .u Jt 1;
cured an injunction to restrain the and we seldom allow the story to be finished, so eager were w, , .
award of .the contract according to incident urmort m our own mind
the design accepted 47 the commit-! This reunion took place on a midsummer's day. So intent w,,,- :,
..... ..' 11s nnnn tn enn versa tirn that xao HiH nnt nniira o nrriii;n,. ....... i-
tee. Nov it has been left to tne " - K-v.u..a. m.mhhc;
court to decide which of the two de
( signs shall be accepted for the mon
grass at our feet.
Suddenly Marge jumped to her feet screaming at the top 01'
lungs. "A srake! A snake!" she yelled, and there was a poor 1.11 1,.
.' snake peacefully crawling about at our feet, probably more fi inhi
Positively the Best Show That
Has Ever Played in Wilmington.
Bsst Harmony Singers En Tour.
we wprfi Rtpti this 'inMdpnt HiH nnt Ham non nnr opdnf An.,,, i-.,
" - " - " " uvft " " " - - . in.. . mill , . 1 j j , j j
The Blackface Comedian Who is
Dutch Comedy King.
In a Scene from "The Immortal
Flame," Tueesday's Sensational
Offering at the Royal.
j ' i '
i Son; Vernoa, G. W. Humphrey. Each
NOV. 6, 1915. Berlin reported town has its Tanlan dealer. Advt.
capture of Nish 'by Bulgarians, vj
i opening through rail route for Houston, Texas, Nov. 6. Delegates
j Teutons to Turkey; Sofia report- j from all parts of the South are arriv-
ed Anglo-French in superior num- j ing in Houston to attend the annua!
convention of the Southern Furniture
and Warehousemen's Association.
The convention sessions will continue
' bers attacked Bulgarians near
1 4' Strumitza; M. Skouloudis, new 4
4" Greek premier, announced benev- '
4- olent neutrality toward Allies; j three days and will be devoted to the
4 Paris reported German assault in
4 Champagne was repulsed. 4"
consideration of a wide variety of
subjects of interest and importance
to the furniture trade.
And Postively the Best Looking,
Best Dressed and Best Working"
Chorus Ever Seen in Wilmington.
A Superb Musical Comedy Corn
any of 13 People, Carrying Their
Own Musicar Director.
Ladies Free Tonight
When Accompanied by the Hold
er of a 30c. Ticket.
Matinee: 10-20c. Night: 10-20-30c.
The Celebrated Artists
With All-Star Cast Including
PAULA SHAY .
"The Mary Garden of The
A Five Reel D'-ana of Supreme
Emotional Force and Sensation
"The love that rules without a
sword, The Love that binds with
out a cord, Not lire, nor death;
not fame, nor claim, E'er may
suppress th' Immortal Tlame!"
REGULAR PRICES: & 10c.
I had thrown the snake on the other side of the brook by menu:, of ;)
'a somwhat long stick the conversa-tion proceeded as enthu; ii 1 ;,
eat before taking the girls to the station, but this did not happen. ,,.,,
chanced to look at my wrist watch the hands pointed to after liali-p.isi s'ix
Of course there was a general scramble to our feet and a hasty walk io.
ward the house. Mother had ordered hot waffles for tea, and oi' coursr. u.
batter could not be cooked until we appeared on the scene, so we washed mid
primped, tantalized by the delicious odor of the waffles cooking.
The girls did not catch the train they wished, but there was a l.n..r
one and nobody minded. At the station we parted the old i rieinisln'iu
burning afresh in our hearts. You mayrest assured we promised oms-ivcs a
reunion every three months, each girl taking turn at being hostess.
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