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only will a big wrestling tonrn
trttsnt be held here this week, but
V'jts?r snl better
fh rnanagethnt of the fair has made
Jirransements with Tommy Draak,
the local champion, jo give exhibi
tions in front of the grandstand at
S:30 o'clock on Wednesday, Thursday
SPEAKING OF POISE.
Poise is something called self-confidence. The two go hand in hand at any
rate, and without self-confidence one's poise will be lacking.
When I was first asked to visit the motion picture theatres and speak to
my friends the idea was something of a nightmare to me. Never having
spoken a word on the stage in my life, every thought seemed to leave me
when I opened my mouth to speak publicly. No matter how carefully I had
prepared my chat, I managed to forget every single word that was in it.
That was when I first attempted personal appearances at motion picture
Gradually, however, I became more at ease, and at present it is every bit
as easy for me to speak from the stage as it is for me to talk informally to
my particular friends.
Poise is a quality which both you and I desire. We may cultivate it if we
go about the matter in the right way. A clever hostess or even a clever guesr.
must have poise.
The first step towards poise is control over the feelings. Never does a well
poised person show dislike or contempt for anything. If one has a temper
one overcomes it or at least controls it.
Besides being at ease themselves, well-poised persons have the indescrib:
able faculty of placing those about them at ease as well. Haven't you ever
heard a person say, "Oh, she is a wonderful hostess all enjoy themselves at
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her home. Somehow she puts you at your ease without even seeming to.
and Friday afternoons and this will i Tne secret or tnis oaim ior Dasniui guesis is me graciousness mut cumra m
onhtiAss nmvo fn ho nnp of thp real I a large bottle marked "Poise."
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Thr titl is '"The
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vew and nifty
I attractions of the week,
i Draak 'will wrestle with some of
! the cleverest mat artists in the coun
i try. There will be no extra charge
1 made for these exhibitions and every
'visitor to the fair on those days is
itirged to witness these exhibitions.
i Several local residents and visitors
who attended the John Robinson cir
cus, which exhibited here on Saturday
Of , virtirpQ nf short rlmnp-p nrt-
vrTvr. a; the Academy
v--s5Tida November 22,ists and skin game 0perators and a
number of tales of woe were related
during the . afternoon
,Tioniy successrul mu-
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. -v.o nuiiit;, ui:to the polic3
otv ana tsosron singing,!. iht
t eniei or police u. bunion was suc
cessful in recovering the money se
cured from several of those who were
fiim-fiammsd but in a number of cases
the victim could not point out the
man who did the fleecing and, in
vo'u start laughing two mm-... . . . . .
. to . them to get their money back.
after The curtain rises and i
iuTM-iSi r. laughing for an entire
"?-ir N--btviy Heme" is all fun and
"3n v:th dash of brilliant color. !
3rrii- c. .1,;r.v"infr and a host of pretty;
rrfc Y"-?. and it has a funny story, i
Ttv. Tia; is strange fqr musical
c-ir. but it is a fact, and the crit-
r stop until long after you get
ien-- again. John P. Slocum is one
cf thr most successful musical com
ecy producers in America, all because
2r does things right and gives the
xblic all that they pay for and more.
"His company in "Nobody Home"
tscniaes such well-known players as
f Mc-Nauenton, Frisco Lie v ere.
I-pv Christy. William Blaisdell, Edna i
Temple. Key Torrey. Helen Jost, John! m
panhnr Marion . Langdon, Ranee I Newspaper Editor is Among
3ir. Siocun! ha? engaged as v. spe-!
cial lezzjz? d! the perfognance, Joe j
C. 3ess Eni Gertrude Bennett, who j
izzTr ir-en a sensation la New York, ;
Pans End Berlin for the pat four,
treasons, "ro present their 1?16-17:
cance c5rir.gs, which will include
Everyone of us wish our guests to enjoy themselves at our house parties
and other social affairs. In order to have this so we must attain poise.
Good-luck to you, every one, in your quest. For you are going to seek it,
of "The Recollections of A Husband" Little Mary, whose parents had
and two other works crowned by the just moved to town, had been operat
Academy; Camille Le Senne, president ed on for appendicitis, but the teach-
OPEN If! ACADEMY
Those That May be Elected
Paris, Oct. 7. These are up to date
thirteen avowed can(i:cates for the
seven vacant seats in tne French acad
emy that are to be filled after hostili-
4 T J rri t T-fc x i-
th Apar-h and Hawaiian dances, in uu- "y are iuuis uannou,
addition to th whirlwind and modern ' former premier and minister of jus-
r js a ii j a a. t a. t
AnoThpr cnerial feature will Llce' uP"-y iur me ueparimeni oi me
of the Dramatic Critics Association;
Vigne d'Octon, Count Pierre de Naur
rois, Ad Poizat and Afinen Bertrand.
Leon Bourgeois, Minister of State
and former premier, wno failed of elec
tion in 1914 in competition against Al
fred Campus, the new director of the
Figaro, has not announced his candi
dacy but is likely to be urged to do so
by his friends. If so it will be his, third
campaign for a seat among the "imor
tals." The only other "cabinet" possi
bility is Aristide Briand, persistently
talked of; the difficulty will be to per
suade him to declare his candidacy, as
it will be with General Joffre, who, in
the supposition that all will go well
until the time comes, is universally ac
corded the preeeminent right to the
er did not know this and asked her in
physiology class one day:
"Mary, where is your appendix?"
Mary's reply was dosconcerting, for
"Over in York County. Exchange.
Many Returned Home.
Dublin, Nov. 7. The Irish Times, re
ports the arrival of regular week.'y
batches of men and women stated to
be compulsorily returned from the
United States in consequence of the
strict requirements of the American
immigration law. Some of the home
comers, it is said, will try again when
their health gives better prospect of
satisfying the American medical officers.
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y,f- Th. ariE-nprTf-d rrrhptra which Dtls&rf& rjrreuees, raui Auam, me au-
will include several odd instruments j thor and critic; Abel Hermant, Presi
seldom htard outside cf- the larger i dent of tne Literary Society; Georges
A BRADY-WORLD FEATURE.
"The Sweetest Story Ever Told" j
that's jchat you'll say after seeing j
"The Gilded Cage," a spectacular and t
powerful Brady-World feature, which j
is tomorrow's big attraction at the ;
Royal. It-is a gripping, dynamic, in
tensely interesting drama. In it the
wonderful personality and great his- j
trionic abiliryof Alice Brady, the fas
cinating screen star, has tull swing
and the result is a film that takes
high rank. The story sweeps on
ward witha rush that carries the
speptators off their feet, and it is a
story that thrills and throbs.
"The Gilded Cage" moves swiftly
from start to finish with not a single
de Porto-Riche, the dramatist; Henri
Bordeaux, author of "Literary Pilgrim
ages, etc.; Monsieur ratne of cine-
Coming to This Country.
Manila, Nov. 7. The most Reverend
Jeremiah J. Harty, archbishop of the
Philippines, will leave next month for
the United States to become Bishop of
Omaha. He has terminated 13 years
of service as the first American arch
bishop of the Islands.
There is, so far, no intimation as to
his successor, but there is an exten-
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matograph fame; Frederic du Plessis 5Ive movement among name cnurcn
of the Sorbonne; Andre Maurel, author men to secure the appointment of a
TONIGHT LAST TIMES
Presenting the Dill Which Creat
ed A Sensation TWonday.
TOMORROW AND THURSDAY
The Great Broadway Musical
With all new costumes, singing,
and dancing numbers and specialties.
Mrs. T. E. Hearn Says: "I Can
Eat Anything Now Do
Much More Work Ner
vousness Is Gone and I Sleep
Fine Every Night I z Much
"I recommend Tanlac," said Mrs. T.
E. Hearn, "because it has helped me
more than anything I ha,ve ever taken.
"Nervous indigestion claimed me a
victim for over two years. Daily, and
almost after each meal especially ,
supper I suffered from attacks of
choking. Gas formed in my stomach. ;
Nothing I tried offered relief. If I
would lie down under such- conditions
I couldn't get my breatn. My nerves ;
were unstrung and caused me to be-;
come easily excited. My sleep was bro-:
ken and many a night I would remain
wide awake until daybreak. If I slept
I suffered from bad dreams.
"Then I saw Tanlac advertised ,and
after having taken it for but a f ew ,
days my appetite showed Improvement. -I
find that I can eat any kind of veg- j
etables or any foods now without any (
after pains or distress. I am much i
stronger than before, ana can do so
much more work. I a.-n not nervous,
either, and can sleep fine ever night."
(Statement given July 26, '16.) j
Genuine Tanlac is soic in Wilming-J
ton exclusively at the Bellamy Drug
Store, where its merits re explained ,
daily to health seekers by the Tanlac ;
Man ; Acme, Acme Store Co. ; Burgaw, j
C. L. Hailstead; Southport, Watson's)
Pharmacy; Rocky Point, A. N. Rhodes :
& Co.; Supply, G. W. Kirby; New!
Bern, Bradham Drug Co.; Magnolia,!
v. L .Southall; Faison, Faison Drug,
Co.; Pembroke, G. W. Locklear; Snow j
Hill, J. T. H. Harper; Vineland, R. 15. j
McRoy & Co.; Whiteville, J. A. McNeill !
& Son; Verona. G. W. Humphrey.;
Each town has its Tanlac dealer. Adv.
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Beautiful Bustand Shoulders
possible if i"ou will wear r scientifically c-ons(.ru( i, , 3
Bien Jolie ErasSlerc.
The dragging weiplit of nn unconfinod bust .o slrrt tifs r
supporting muscles that the contour of the Jigure i w mi T
iTP?lii W Put lhe b,,st bn k wlicro it ).
JU&HX-.- . long, prevent the full hut ,, .".
IT liaving the appeanuite of
nn-AH .m.iFFi Diness, eiimm.nte hi- !m..
BRA.SIERJE" dragging rnusciesnn,! eonH,,- , ! ,'
wiwww . ..w flcsh 0f tnc shoulder iv, . .
graceful line to the entire upper body. '
They are the daintiest and most serviceable garmenrs in
nable come in all materials and styles: Cross Jim k
Front, Surplice, Bandeau, etc. Boned with "Walnl,'r ' i
rustless boning permitting washing without removal. '
Have your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres, if n.,t ,
eJ, we will gladly send him, prepaid, samples to lio..
BENJAMIN & JOHNES, 51 Warren Street. Nev..,k.
William A. Brady In Association
i WORLD PICTURES Presents
"THE GILDED CAGE"
"The Sweetest Story Ever Told"
That's What You'll say
about this film after seeing it.
Is not a matter of rush and grind and struggle. It is sim
ply the happy faculty of recognizing opportunities v. ho.j
you come in contact with them, and following those on
portunities to their logical conclusion. It is not WORK
and SAVING alone that has made, men wealthy in this
countryit is the development of the great natural re
sources that have been stored in the bosom of the earth
for centuries. Nature pleads with her children to devel
op these resources, and gives as a reward wealth and in
dependence. OPPORTUNITY, JUDGMENT AND COURAGE
Is the Combination which unlocks the door to fortune.
The United States
Offers you the opportunity to purchase 40, 80 or 1 60
acres of land in Choctaw Indian Nation in Southeastern
Oklahoma at prices from $3.00 to $7.00 per acre, with
three years to pay for them. And according to Chas. N.
Gould, the former State Geologist, they are the richest
OIL LANDS in the entire State. Oklahoma is the lead
ing oil state in the Union, producing during the year
1 91 5, 123,823,905 barrels of oil.
VISIT THE INDIAN LAND SCHOOLING CAR
Located on Track 7, Union Depot, and let us give you
dependable information regarding the coming sale. The
car is equipped with GOVERNMENT maps and reports
of the lands to be sold in fact every scrap ot in formal ion
we give you is backed up by GOVERNMENT ?!niisli'-.
YOU WILL CERTAINLY BELIEVE YOUR OWN
The car will remain in Wilmington for a few, da vs. :jo
if you want to hear about the GREATEST OPPORTl '
NITY ever offered to the American People, n'on'l del.
TIMIDITY MEANS FAILURE AND DELAY BRINGS
The car will be open
day, including Sunday.
"rem 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. every
ADMISSION, SCHOOLING AND INFORMATION IS
IN NEW BERN
New Bern, N. C, Nov. 7. An acci- j
dent which resulted in damage to the
amount of about twenty-five dollars
to an automobile owned and driven
by Mr. M. S. Wiggs, occurred at the
corner of George streets yesterday
when the car collided with one of the
New Bern-Ghent Street Railway Com
The accident was unavoidable, say
those 'who witnessed it, and no dam
age is attached to the conductor on
the street car.
A Mr. Gardner, of Newport, was the
victim of a gang of pickpockets ;it
the union passenger station Saturday
afternoon and, in consequence, was
relieved of his pocketbook contain
ingquite a large sum of cash.
. Mr. Gardner told the police that he
telt some one's hand in his pocket,
turned around and saw the man and
made a grab for him, but at that time
two other men shoved against him
and knocked him down and that be-!
fore he had arisen, all three had dis
appeared. Several parties reported to the po
lice that they had been relieved of
their pocketbooks during the day
there is not the least doubt but that
this was done by an organized gang
of crooks follrmlng the Robinson circus.
Familiarity breeds contempt. Fate
sometimes points the finger of scorn
At the manicure girl Exchange.
ft JACOll HMSDWARE CO.
Extends Visitors a Hearty Welcome During Corn Show Week
- Not Only to Visit Our Store, But Our Booths at the Corn Show, Where the Advantages
in Farming with Modern Machinery will be Demonstrated. Agricultural Implements Will
be Displayed in jthe Tent, while our Display of Sargent Hardware, Roofing, Fencing, Benjf
Moore & Co.'s Paints, Oils and "Vortex Hot Blast Heaters" and General Hardware will be dis
played in the Main building. You're welcome. Pay Us a Visit.
10 and IE South Front St.
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