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Since Lyman H. Howe's Travel Fes-
tival is so Higmy esteemed here, it.
seems hardly necessary to emphasize
the pleasure that is in store for t'didly acted, a logical, consistent,, fast
local lesion ol admiring patrons wnen ; moving wuih. ui j
jochj itbiuu u & v iBr?nd of Satan" you are certain, to
Mr. IIov,e will present his new P-j Uh these statements. And
ductlon at the Academy oi Music, iyou win alg0 agree that Montagu Love
laatinea and nigM, on next Friday. in the role of Jacques Cordet, the
One of its big features takes specta-; public prosecutor of Paris wha is af-to-s
aboard our steel-clad armada 'flicted with a dual personality, does
''Somewhere in the Atlantic" ami; some unforgetable acting in this pro-
ehows it alert and aligned ior auy,uuvuUU v , -r- ,
jsiiuvyo it uitb u!,.o onrl Alhort Mart ivhn sun-I
. po'ssible ccntiugency
"ncy in these mouien-
of the adventures oi
in ascending Mt.;
Bl.me; tense mome its during Droncnu
bre-;! ire contest- in which both cow-
girls an! cowboy.- of tap i
West vie with each
in- ;he ncst sniritei
' trick" film -hewing a thriliing
i!r.r;a;i:i:'.i-y m ie ':I cili
Lciiujn uetv?on a British airman and
in the an
r. hu::- laiding Zeppelin vvhich ends inn5ng t0 en(jt including another elabor
tlie rcme and wreck of the latter; jate set of specially beautiful scenery,
and a ride over the Cascade Moun-!Virjth electrical light effects that add
V;v '.lig'.on via the ureati greatly to the charm ol the whole
Rn 'hvay are only a few of 'show. .New songs, new dances, new
y oth'r notable scenes mcmu -
m- J '
mv.eii whole. "fimo
amusement is pro-
vided by entirely new animated enr-too:i;.-,
L.-e'iie.- a:id am? averting
than- rny Mr. Howe's artists have
creaied !ilhei-to. The matinee prices
will be 1'") cer.rs and "r ctnt?;; child
r, - 1." cents to a-iy seat. Night pric-
.; wi:i be from 25 cents to 50 cents;
( .'a r Tax :-:t.v). Tickets will go on
ttilc iomorrovv morning at Elvington's.
YOU'RE IN LOVE."
t ho same pplendid
of "Katinka," "High
"The Firefly" have crown-ti-TTf""
You're in Love."
n.'usic:.! comedy by Otto
:n -1 u'.'.Jolpli Frirnl, nuthor
resrictivelv, who un-
wing ot Arthur i
uvtii rerica ! -
who will Tiresent
at the Academy of
in:"' and night, on ne:-:t
lived up to fr's con
rid painstaking desires to
vr H eking towards making
.: ibietion cue of infinite
,Ko:n who r.nt'.emate a
;: .re-.T-r.s '-!e--. v 11 reasoned vuti!
-ri:-;l v..-:r,iy. ?.nd above all else to
in.cnre a pw.ir-r :;uerpr; -tation ci' ev
erything v.-hic-'' si-ands for - musical
com -dy wc:-tf ''v.-:iil?. The maiine
en4s 'tto S1.30.
Xisht pr:rs will ran
In ?2. ( Yar Tax (xtraV 1 Ticket? i
" i: go on s;
niofning at i
All the adjeetivr-s that have
been used L: de.ei'bing the superla-
SANTA CLAUS SAYS HE IS GOING TO MAKE HIS HOME WITH US
AGAIN THIS CHRISTMAS.
You know, last year Santa came and made our store his real headquarters,
and he is going to do just the same thing this year, tod. We have gotten our
third fioor all ready for him, 'and you just ought to see it now. . If you looked
around you would see velocipedes wagons, ''game boards, roller coasters "that
are the most fun, horses and wagons, horns, talking machines, tricycles, Won
der Blocks, rattles for baby, and aimost everything that you would think Santa
would want you to hav. There are baby dolls that are pretty, and baby dolls
that :-ere the nice ugly-face kind every kind of aby doll you could wish for.
i here are railroads that ..fun on tracks, and go into sidings and have crossings,
and swishes, and that run fast. Erector sets, with real motors that work;
Noah's Ark with animals, rabbits, cats; dogs that don't bite, although some of
them look as though they want to but are too nice to do it; banks for saving
up the pennies and nickels. Everything ou can possibly thifck of is here, and!
the big opening is set for Thursday morning' ;
Santa Claus Headquarter Opem Thursday Morning.
tive ia motion pictures can be truth
fully used in 'describing "The , Brand
.jiof Satan," tne new vyiiriu-riuiuie
-Brady-Made, which will be seen. at the
arand theatre on -: tomorrowi This
diff erent ' vastly interesting an
aini superbly staged, splen-;
ua. ijuiiii,co ..www ry, i
inort i m. p. so are seen 10 snienuiu
STILL DRAWING CAPACITY
Again ytsieiutt7 uctrt-vitj tiunuo
witnessed tne secona aay s penorm
:ancc OI tne rcojili nawaiiau ocit-u-
, ,.. wovino-
era. nuu uitfi a-wiu un,nmb(
J- U ,n,1 n 1-1 ifr
(new show for today and tomorrow.
Everything- will be new from begin-
musical selections, soios, auets, trios,
, ,3 ..rt-.ri-ftf 1 1 -T f 11 V5d Kill f A
today and tomorrow.
vhen both Wilmington newspapers
voluntarily tell their readers that a
show is good and should be seen by
everyone, it must be some show.
More Inteliiseut Cooking and Eating
Best Cure and Prevention.
(Sper-inl to The Dispatch)
Raleigh, N. C, Nov. VS. That pel-
lagra in North Carolina has decreased
almost half within the last year, de
spite the fact that foody conservation
has been faithfully preached and as
faithfully practiced, it is hoped, is
considered one of the State's great
est victories in public health work. In
1914, there were 551 deaths in the
dtaie ironi pellagra, m lyio, .there
'Oi. 41 white aeaths ana zzk, colored.
This rate of decrease is in keeping
with that of other Southern States
whare pellagra has been prevalent,
and is thought in a measure to bej
due to a more general industrial and
agricultural prosperity in the South.
"Whatever brings about a more varied
and sufficient dietary is considered
the enemy of pellagra.
Pellagra is now known to be one
of the so-called deficiency diseases
induced by insufficient, poorly ba!-:
anced nations. It is not infectious. J
What one eats has all to do with its I
cure as well as its prevention. Foods
rich in protein as beef, beans, milk,
eggs and fresh vegetables are espe-
cially recommended for the peiia-
grin's bill of fare. Wheat raw and
yeast risen bread might be included,
as modern milling, baking powders
and excessive cooking of all foods
except cereals, have been suggested
as some of the indirect ceases of this
SEVERAL Oi .HE BEAUTIES VITH THE MUSICAL COM-UY knuui, "Yuu i iin luvl;
DEMY OF MUSIC; MATINEE AND NiGHT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. -
disease. ' '''.' )
More intelligent cooking and eating
may be said to be the real cure an1.
prevention of pellagra, but not of
pellagra only. Numerous diseases and
bad health conditions are knovh to
be the direct result of improper cook
ing and eating. Whatever brings i
about a more intelligent preparation j
and serving of foods will be the re- '
form that Hoover as well as health,
workers are seeking. This one' r
form, it is said, will win the war.
NEW YO P. K DAY-BY-DAY.
(O. O. Mclntyre.)
(Special Correspondent of Dispatch).
New York, Nov. 14
I know it's wrong.
And I shouldn't do it.
And the editor'll be peevedi
When he finds.
That I've used this space.
For my own affairs.
But I can't help it.
The thrill that comes. I
Once in a life time. j
Has come to me.
H. T. Webster, cartoonist.
Who shakes a wicked pen.
His new book.
"Boys and Folks" to me.
And on the front page.
Is a caricature.
Of how 1 look.
All flossed- up.
In evening clothes.
And in printed words is:
"To my friend."
"Oscar Odd Mclntyre."
"Because now that he owns."
"A dress suit."
"Wears shirts that don't."
"Have to be pulled on."
"Over the head."
"And even underwear."
"In the summer time."
"He has not forgotten."
4 V" 5?S
"His humble origin."
"And still believes."
"It was a privilege,"
"To be a boy."
"In a small town."
After I Tead that.
I valked right out.
And snubbed my creditors.
I was so all puffed up.
Then I read' it again.
And a lump in my throat.
Bobbed up and down.
As a sinker bobs.
On a fishing line.
For after all.
Only a friend.
Would do a thing like that
William A. LJraili- Presents
GEKDA HOLMES AND EVELYN
A Truly HemarUahle Story of a
Man Who Han Two Distinct Natures
"THE BATTLE OK THE SOMME"
m,,.JL- i.iiMwm. !!!! T ' .,. . -Zl....,
Thursday morning, we place our huge stock of toys on sale. We are prepared for a very heavy business, witn
American Made Toys, but we want to emphasize the vital importance of buying early. We did it ourselves, else we should
never have been able to present this complete line "of joy-bringers for your selection. '
These toys are going to be sold very rapidly, we are sure, and while the. selection. is a really splendid one, some of the
articles are naturally better than others, and, of course, you would hot want to disappoint that young family of yours for
anything. Can't you think back far enough to remember some childish disappointment that lingers in your mined even
Our Gtock is right, our prices
Do Your Xmas Shoooiner .EMlv.. attd "EaterliMank Us
1 fmWm '-f
f Mmf l Hi? 1 ?
And I hope everybody.
Buys that book.
For if you've ever lived
DIETS, TRIOS AND COMBINA
PLAYERS, SINGERS AND
Greatest Attraction Ever Present
c:1 on the American Stage at Pop
ALL HAWAIIAN S
wai: Ukeleie Steel Guitar Solos pi
Duels Trios. '
See the Gemiin? Hula Dance
Hear the Deantiful "A4chr On"
From the-Bird of Paradise.
Matinee at 3 15-20C
Nishts, T:30 end 0 20-30c
are right, and your opportunity
r' - U I III II W 1 1 . -I M iW I II J' s MWWWMH m , , i ,
Friday Nov. 16th
- MAT4NEE AND NIGHT. ' Q yn . 1
g-.---dt i tops Dandruff!
am I riai wild Mm 1 kp 1
Adtalts. . ..
'Sight . .
Tickets at Eivington'p.
NOTK: The Patriotic 'War Tax of 1c
each 10c or fraction thereof will be ciiargreii
in addition to above prices
ACADEMY OF MUS?C
3IOST IMPORTANT MUSICAL, EVENT
MATINEE ANI NIGHT
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17.
A HUSiCLglKEDY CYCL0N&
BOOK and LYRICS BY .
OTTO MAR BACH and EDWARD" CLABK
MUSIC BY: RUDOLPH FRINJU
"KHMfOTBiai MK&Sftl FIREFLY"
F-QtSH FROM A RECORD RUN AT
THE N EV YORK CASINO
CAST, OIORIISakd PRODUCTION
a supreme! delight
CLEVER ARTISTS 50
Comiiany Orchestra, Original Production
PRICES, NIGHT: 75C to $3.00
MATINEE: 'A)C to 1.50
Seats et Eiving'ton's Friday.'
NOTE: The Patriotic Var Tax of lc
on each 10 or fraction thereof will be
charged in addition to above prices.
to get the right present or presents is right now.
. ...5c and 35c Twesc"z.r:.-i ' . P I I
?.c. 35c, ami 50c aSMSmsiMl I I
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Pompeian NIGHT Cream.
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:;Altlfough' ' there wi!
FEarvard : and , Yale cross-comHry rac;?
i this seasqn, both of the varsity hiil-
land-dale teams arc in training.
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