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: - PACETWO. ' " ' - - THE.WILMINGTON-DllSPATCH-FRIDAY; AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 1 2; ' 1 91 7. - ' -
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Be Energetic, Not" Languid '.A of of People Apparently
Think It Can't be Done, t
Contentment is the very essence of
happiness. But, to be contented, or
happy, if you will, on j must fii st have
Our supreme toast to the one we ad
mire is "Health, wealth and happi
ness," and the keystone is health.
So many persons complain of being
nervous and rundown. This io the age
- A theatrical trat out of therbe9,teii
.path is promised at the Academy of
Music next Tuesday, when the fa
mous "Hans Uhd Fritzi" creations
of R. Dirks, ths, noted cartoonist,
will be the light .of tage form.. The
lat'egt offering which lis the 'work of
that successful manager and purvey
mav ha avnortaA frnm its nso nr ipam i or' of amusements. Gus Hill, i is in
at first hand-from any of the following i three acts nd three scenes. tt con
flrus- stores - ' : - tains, in addition to an absorbing and
- Hardm, Southei Elvlngton, Jar- irresistibly hilarious plot j many '
man & Futrelle. Hanover. Pavne. Hail. unique features, exclusive., musical
Green, Fentross, Bunting, Wilmington; ' numbers and song hits, and a scenic
Burgaw, Dees Drug Store, C. Harrell & i investiture of more than ordinary
Son: Benson. Peacock Drug Co.: Clia-1 proportions. Three acts arc! require:!
jon, Robt; W. HoiHday, L. E. Cox, Her- to tell of the adventures of the two
ring & Chflkstnut, Lee. Drug Co.; Dunn, incorrigible youngsters, mere -.-nm oe ;
crl wp haven't time to care for
ourselves These rundown men and Wilson & Lee1, Hood & '"Grantham; J a special matinee at 3:30, the prices
women are not exactly sick, but just Duke, E. R. Thomas Emerson, W. L . will' be "25 cents for children and 50
tired out, languid, or maybe good-for-1 Porter; Faiscn, Faison Drug Co.; Fay-", cents lor aciuirs. ine nigm. tFiuub
nothing most of the time; their busi-j etteville, Bron & Graham; Florence, ! will range from 50 cents to $1. The
ness, their home and their life suffer.
They need something io build them
up, something to throw off these symp
toms of a weakened, debilitatep condr
tion produced by either mental or phys
ical overwork, or by the abuse of p
vital organ more often the' stomach
than any other.
That something has been found. "11
is Peplac. A tonic of rare properties
an appetizer and invigorant that rids
the system of congestion, tones the
stomach, trvercoming indigestion, head
aches, backaches, non-assimilation o
food, nervour.ness, dizziness, ailmenti
or kidneys and liver, and the qpm
plaints that arc v-o common to half
sick, debilitated men and women of to
Its effect is like lifting your spirit
gently back to the level of the world':
happiness that rests on health.
Peplac is being especially introduc
ed at the Bellamy "Drug Store by Co'
William Dwyer, the Peplac Expen
There ho explains daily io hundreds c
men and women the merits of thi
highly endorsed medicine; how i
should be taken and the results tha
C. ZieglerBros.7 Garland, Carter & tickets will go on sale 'Monday morn
Jarter, J. L.' Carter ;, Goldsboro, Pep
ac Drug Store; Kenattsville, N. R.
Southerland ; Laurinburg, Blue's ; Mul -ins,
S. C, Adden's Pharmacy; Mount
live, Aaron's Pharmacy, II. R. Horne
i, Son, Guy R. Ross Drug Co.; Magno-
ina, P. D. Scott & Son, J. H. Groves A
tan; Roseboro, D. W. Tart; Rowland,
iowland Drug Store; Rose Hill, Rose
Jill Drug Store; Rocky Point, A. N.
Xhoties; Southport, Watson's Phar
aacy; Sumter, S. C, Sumter Drug
o.; Whiteville, Maxwell Drug Store;
iVatha, Jas. G. Blake; Warsaw, Brown
)rug Store; Wallace, Robinson Drug
tore ; Supply, P. S. Hawes ; J. R.
lurganus, Viueland, N. C; Lumber
on, Grantham Bros.; McMillans Drug
i?tore; Clarkton, G. L. & E, S. Clark;
r31adenboro, Bladenboro Drug Co., Max
on, Barnes Bros.; Laurinburg, Eyer
ngtons Drug Store; Hamlet, Roys
'harmacy; Laurel Hill, Laurel Hill
.)rug Co.; Southport, P. O. Leggett
Jrupgist; Roseboro, D. W. Tart Drug
ist; Atkinson, Curtis Drug Co.; Coun
il, Squires, Hobbs-Grimsley Co. Price
;1.00 per bottle AdvC
ing at Elvington's.
The third and last big bill bf the
week will be presented for today anil
tomorrow at the Rcyal by Bobby Jar j
vis and his musical comedy company. !
"Her Husband's Sweetheart" is the j
title of this piece, and it is a merrvj
mix-up involvin? all the principals in!
the ca3t in ciany difficulties. I
Bobby Jarvis in his inimitable!
blackface role in this production, is
afforded his very greatest opportun-
ity. In endeavoring iito straighten
cut tangles of his "white folks" he j
not only involves them in deeper
trdubles but gets? in head over heels
Root and Root, those sterling enter-,
tainers, have a bir surprise song an 1 j
dance a-ct that they will present, for ,
today and tomorrow that wilt un-i
doubtedly make the biggest hit yet.
mmessssfsA ASK DETHRONEMENT
OF SWEDISH KAISER
The World-Famed Emotional Star of
Stage and Screen
In a Story That is a Warning to
Thoe Who Hold Material Things
Higher Than JLtg
Tlie Story of n (Jl.-l Who Weds ilie
Wrong Man For Riches.
"THE SERPENT'S TOOTH "
Gail Kane, who is starred in c. new
i American-Mutual photoplay produc
tion, "The Serpent's Tooth," is known.
! among her professional friends as j
"Beauty Brown Eyes."
j Miss Kane was one of the best i
(.known leading women in the country!
" j when President John R. Freuler, of
Casper, Tvyo ,?tP iT-"Resolv-1 Mutual Film Corporation, signed;
ed, that we, descendants of Swedish I Her on a contract for a series of star ;
parentage, petition to our friends and I Productions which are now being j
relatives in the home country to not " " . . . , , , !
be fooled by the Swedish Kaiser, but Th,e. on star 3 most notable j
to ask that he, like the Russian Czar, I speaking stage successes wero m ,
step down and out as thev. like other Sfve? ttcL BaWpate Gecu-ge ;
dogs have all had their day. Cohans biggest Broadwav "it. "Dec
This was the answer of the large ?rAatl?s, Peeia',.Thet Model," j
Swedish-American population of this! Aatole; and he Miracle Man."
city to Secretary Lansing's recent re-1 The sto,ry m Dief as fol cws: J
velation of Swedish intrigue". L a?leeily , ?ns1landcwt?1wn' '
The petition, bearing several hun-Faith Channing and Jack Stilling,
dred names, has been duly forwarded I ?TOVl. together. He becomes , cioc-;
to the "fatherland." j tor but beng poor doer, not dec are j
j .us love for Faith, wno weds dim YVm-j
Big American Factory Closed. i'throp, a wealthy youth. Winthrop :
Petrograd, Tuesday, Oct. 12. The ' ,t,res Falth- neglects and ls faith-j
Singer Sewing Machine Company, am'.to her, and after a. long session,
American concern, has notified the of dlsslPatlon' dies. Then Eaith turns
war ministry that it is closing its big f LO ur: . anu io nappy.
factory at Podolsk, near Moscow. The j"
factory employs 3,700 joperatives. The
suspension is due, according to the!
company, to the workmen's demands
and the losses caused by the war.
TODAY Baby Marie Osborne
Woman's Tan Walking Shoes
Just received. Wilmington Shoe Co
, , Bobby Jarvis I'resents
TWELVE BOX SEAT TICKETS
FOR TWELVE BEST DRAWINGS
Most Popular Blackface
Earl & Root
Your old friends, Hans and Fritz, have met with an
accident which must be repaired before they appear at
the Academy of Music Tuesday Night, October 16.
Ycu will notice in the above cut their nose and mouth
are missing. Take your pencil and see if you can sup
ply the missing lines. Get busy today. 1 he Dispatch
will give one box seat for Hans and Fritz, one of the best
musical cbmedies which will be here this season, for the
. twelve best drawings. Cut out the above and send, mail
or bring itto the Contest Editor The Dispatch today.
Don't delay. ; ; . . . .. , ; .
Contest Opens Wed., Octobei 10th
and Closes Saturday, Oct. 13th
.Winners names will be published -irr The Dispatch
I Sunday, October 1 4. ,;Then you can call for your tickets,
Singers and Dancers
Also Jarvis, Root, I-.tne, "Three
Dancing Demons," and Edna Ianc:,
the Charming; Leading Iady.
I effective io treating
painless, non- poisonous
and will not stricture.
Believes in 1 to a dava.
SOtD Br.JDElIGGISTSN c , - .
Jf arwl Post if desired Price II,-or 3 bottles J2.75.
THB EVANS CHEMICAL C0 CINCINNATI. O. '
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riority in clotKins
can no more accom
than can a marble
facade niake a fine
The merit of
Mams by STROUSE pi BROS., Inc., IUltisiobe, Md.
is more tlian skin deep.
Added to the well
known Iiigli quality of
fabric and tailoring in
these clothes is that big
Be introspective- look
1917-tSTR.OUSE 4 BH.OG.. INC.. BALTIMORE. 61 D.
beneath the surface for
the quality of your Fall
High Art Clothes"
measure up to the most
One Price Clothiers and Furnishers
9 North Front Street
Woman's Tan Walking Shoes
Just received. W!lTvxtagton Shoe Co.
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SMART SHOES FOR YOUNG? MEN
.Tuesday Matinee-Night, Oct. 1 6
GUS HH.L OFFERS
THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY
BY R. DIRKS ORIGINATOR 6F
r ! ' v -.' ; .' 'f - -
40 People 20 Song Hits
WITH A PEACH v CHORUS
Ybu'll Laugh V yj H jat'Js Off
SPECIAL MATINEE 3:3p;P. M. 1oO CH ILDfltN 25c. ADULTS 5Co
COMPANY ARRIVES SPECIAL TRAIN TUESDAY NOON
A CAR LOAD OF SPECJAL SCENERY AND. ELECTRICAL EFFECTS
KflATINEE---Children 25 eta. "Actults 50 ctet
PRICES Night, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Tickets at Hlvlngton's Monday.
We are Showing Some Very Snappy Styles in pordo CaM Gun mSs, Patents an 3id Rig
, Out the Band Box, A to E Widths
12J JL JLL
Wilmington's Largest and Best Shoe Store 9