The Norman Daily Post. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 68, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1918 Page: 4 of 4
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THE NORMAN DAILY POST.
Thursday, June 13, 1918.
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
Afternoons 2 to 6—Nighti 7 to 11.
A DANCE HALL QUEEN SAVES A U. S. CAVALRYMAN
The Rugged Weit Deals Out Juitice with Impartial Code Fight-
ing to Victory with Human Wolves on Civilization's Outposts. The
Rule of Might gives way before the Dominion of Love.
ALSO WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
"HOUSE OF HATE'
IN EPISODE 7, FEATURING THE GREATEST OF ALL STARS
Pearl White and
"The Germ Menace"
With Two Big Comedies: Keystone Comedy, "HER BUSTED DE-
BUT." Triangle Comedy, "A HERO'S FALL."
• 10—BIG FULL NEW REELS—10
Kiddies 5c "LIBERTY" Adults 15c
COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: Wm. S. Hart in "Truthful
Tulliver," a wonderful Western super-production. Also Billy West in
the "Chief Cook." Also Marie Walcamp in the Lion's Ciaw "Into the
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WLUAM?!DESIVlbND"lN SCENE FROM TRIANGLE PLAY
LIBERTY THEATRE TONIGHT ;
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
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PRESIDENT WILSON 3ET3 ASIDE JUNE 28 AS NATIONAL WAR
SAVINGS DAY APPEALS TO EVERYBODY TO BUY
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS.
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In a proclamation designating Junti 2S as National War Savings
Day President Wilson said
"This war Is oue of nations—not of armies, and all of our one
hundred million people must be economically and industrially ad-
Justed to war conditions If this nation is to play Its full purt In
the conflict. The prplilem bpforw us Is not primarily i financial
problem IVut rather a problem of Increased production of war -ssen
tlals ai^d (hei saving of the materials and thu labor necasary for
the support and 'equipment' of our army and navy Thoughtless
expenditure of mquey for non-essentials uses up the labor for non
OBuenllals uses up the labor of men. the products of the farm, mines
and factories and overburdens transportation, all of which must
be used to the utmost and at their best for war purposes
"I earnestly appeal to every man woman and child to pledge
themselves ou the 28th day of June to save constantly and to buy
as regularly as possible the securities of the government, and to do
this as far as possible through membership In War Savings Societies
The 28th of June ends this special period of enlistment In the great
volunteer arniy of production and saving hers at home May there
be none unenlisted on that day."
President of the United States.
At the White Houso,
May 29, 191*
AT THE LIBERTY.
Wm S. Hart will be here Friday
and Saturday in that new play,
Truthful Tulliver," a big super-pro-
duction. Here is a real western drama
which chills your spine, gripn your
heart, and causes that quick catch in
your throat. It Is manly in .spirit,
free from Jading details, and the story
is told only as Hart can tell it. It
must also he remembered that Alma
Reubens, brunette beauty of the Tri-
angle cnipany, is Hart's leading wom-
an in this big play.
We have Billy West also in the
"Chief Cook." He Is certainly a
scream. There is two full big reels in
this picture. He is known all over as
Charlie Chaplin's double
Then comes Marie Walcamp in
The Lion's Claws" This episode is
No. 8 entitled "Into the Harem." Re-
member we left her in the quicksand
la-u week. There Is plenty of excite-
ment in this episode for every body.
Perhaps you have noticed that our
building is being rpmodeled and put
in tip-top shape, but this is in no way
going to interfere with our show
We have Installed plenty of electric
fans now . and with our excellent venti
latlon in the balcony now.can keep
this the coolest theater in town
"KAISER" ON BUFFALO NICKEL.
Th ■ Associated Press carries a
-fory rhis morning under a Fort Worth
date line stating that a buffalo nickel
ha<' been found in that village bear-
ing the likeness of the kaiser on the
fa e of the Indian The dispatch
says that only one has been found
and that the federal authorities are
on the trail to see if they can locate
This is an old stunt, and the like-
ness is on every buffalo nickel, no
matter what the year in which it was
coined. Try it yourself. All you need
do is to take your pen and sketch the
up turned imperial musta< he on the
Indian's upper lip; then hold the
ni.'l ei *r> that your thumb covers the
lefr hand portion of the Indian head
■ind you have a perfect portrait of
kaiser hill, or a beast on both sides of
the jitney—the buffalo on one side
and the beast of Berlin on th*1 other
The reporter who wrote that story
tor the Associated Pres.- probably
rooms over a "hop" joint
P. S —We apologize to th" buffalo
for calling attention to the other
Miss Isabel DeBarr celebrated her
fifteenth birthday last evening at the
home of her parents on T'niversity
boulevard The guests present were
Misses Vera Griffin. Maybelle Deitz,
Adeline Paxt.on. Judith Lindsay and
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Human Skull as Talisman.
The human skull is a gruesome talis-
man. Down to half a century ago, a
belief existed In the north of Scotland
that the skull of a murderer possessed
supernatural properties Epilepsy was
said to be cured by drinking blood out
of it, and even water from this hide-
ous drinking vessel was alleged to
have medicinal qualities.
Horse's Muslc«l Sente.
The musical acuteness of horses la
shown by the rapidity with which cav-
alry horses learn the significance of
day for saving them
next Friday and
Cultivate the habit of meeting folki
with a show of friendliness. Life will
be made sweet to you If you take mora
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Ellsworth, George E. The Norman Daily Post. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 68, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1918, newspaper, June 13, 1918; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111297/m1/4/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.