The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 123, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 27, 1916 Page: 4 of 12
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THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
Ardmorc Sunday. February 27 1916
"THE DISAPPEARING BRIDEGROOM"
"Nestor" Comedy with
VALLIK RIIODKS. RAY GALLACiHEIi AND
SEAL I J URNS.
"STRONCER THAN WOMAN'S WILL"
"Riotfraph Three-Part Drama with
ENTIRE CHANGE OF VAUDEVILLE
"THE BURGLAR'S BARY"
N. Y. Motion Picture Co. Feature with
"RING AROUND ROSIE'
: deluged with queries as to the best
way to get into photoplay nor are
i all the inciuirit-s from young people.
"If tin' average girl only knew the
sacrifices necessary to attain success
in motion picture she would care-
fully consider before electing screen-
acting as her life's work" says Miss
ll.ira. "The demands made on the
time of the motion picture actress are
greater than those made on the time
of the woman engaged in the pursui
of any 01 her art.
i J i?t
VIVIAN KK'H MC-K!CAM STAR?
Drama with beautiful
in Leading Role
Mignon Anderson at Majestic.
What a woman with a conscieiici
medical training and tlie courage to
expose grafting and criminal poll ic
inns may do to rid her city of boss
rule Is vividly shown in "The Woman
in Politics" a Mutual Maslerpicture
produced by Thanhouser which will
b' shown at the Majestic Thursday
This thrilling up-to-the-minute play
in five acts was written especially for
Miss Mignon Anderson a star of first
magnitude if of diminutive stature.
Il would he impossible to enumera
11 the brilliant successes which
mark Miss Anderson's career at the
Thanhouser studios. She is a favor
lie lead however in masterpictures
nd in I lie Woman in Politics is
seen in a role winch suits tier ad
mirably. H is an adventure up-to-date
showing the progressive fascinating
young woman of our tunes entering
zealously into her public responsibili
ties as protector of society and the
home against the unscrupulous greed
of grafting of lire-holders. Heal rice
Harlow M. I). puis human life and
h; ppiness before money-making ami
the aggrandizement of wealth for
l hose in high places. Of course she
has many enemies and powerful ones
A delightful two-part drama star-
ring Vivian Rich will be shown heiv
tomorrow Monday. Miss Itich in
"Matching Dreams" is seen in a role
which suits her well. Clever dainty
feminine is the part of "'Martha
Weaver" whose ('harming romance is
tlie burden of this very appealing play.
Alfred Vosburgh continues to make
an acceptable leading man for Miss
I!i!'h and Jimsy Maye as "l.ola" plays
a sympathetic second. Tw o pairs of
lo ers despite the nrachinat ions of a
worldly society woman find the hap
piness lliey seel; some pretty wood-
bind scenes frame the love-making
of Mr. Vosburgh and Miss Itich
whose dark heailly in riding-breeches
justify her playful claim to the title
of "Rosalind." Nor is "Orlando"
I. k king in the persuasions of the
ground and forcing the bush to throw
up entirely new wood.
Hoses used for cut flowers like the
hybrid perpetuals the hybrid teas and
teas should he severely pruned. The
hybrid perpetuals may he cut as soon
as freezing weather is past. Pruning
of the hybrid teas and teas however
should be left until the young growth
has started. In both cases the plant
should be cut to within six Inches or
one foot of the ground. Four or six
eyes to a stein is about the proper
amount of wood to leave.
LIVED EIGHT YEARS
Kate Stiferman of Oklahoma City
Restored After Long Period
Kale Stiferman of Capitol Hill Ok
lahoma City lived on crackers for
eight years. She was a sufferer from
chronic stomach troubles.
She got-a bottle of Mayr'.s Wonder
ful Remedy. The result of the treat
ment she declares was marvelous
One bottle of your remedy cured
me of my stomach troubles. I can
now eat anything that I want to
with good results after living on
crackers for eight years and at
limes I could not even eat them. I
have three sisters affected the same
way and I want to surprise them by
the way I can eat now."
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives
permanent results for stomach liver
and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
and whatever you like. 'Xo more
distress after eating pressure of gas
n Hie stomach and around the heart.
et one bottle of your druggist now
ind try it on an absolute guarantee
if not satisfactory money will be re-1
Kor sale by the City Iirug Store
ind all oilier reliable druggists.
ra j v fwwmiMTOa '3-:
AND FIELD SEED W.
CARE OF THE BABY
siit&moMo sowfiad the
vety qualities they have
dlvmfs msbted upoii-in
the JefeyFow at$IOO0
Body standard eeven-passonrir Chesterfield tvoe. Front f pats
divided. Driver's s'it. nci;u3tiii.lj. UphoUcry duu3.rr:!l Icuher.
Springs extra length. Shippin r weight 27:-0 pounai. Tired 3-1x4
Risch Magneto. Starting ana I'fihting system Bijur e
fccjj'.pment complete. JLutire car 93 t Jefery-b'jilt
Standard Stovn Pamnirr S lO.tS RnaditerThrrm Parmrer tlOOO
Without AuMtUury Seat SI 000 Stdan (with temovablm Top) SllbS
Thtf Irfftrrv Sijc S!4XO
Fricu F. O. B. Kono.h Wu.
"America's Standard Automobile
Illustrated booklet on request
OKLAHOMA MOTOR SALES CO.
415 X. liroadway. Okla City. Dealers Wanted
lias the birth of your baby been reg-
tered? If not you should see to it
that this duty is performed without
ay. It may sometime be of the
greatest importance to your child that j states and cities and establish regis-
thei-e be ill existence an accurate legal nation offices and tell us how many
record of his birth date place and pur- children enter each state by birth
entage. Such a record serves to es- This work must be done bv eacb stntp
docs tell us exactly how great is the
accession to our population each year
by immigration or intake from for
eign lands. At each port of landing
immigration inspectors record each ar-
rival and tell us his or her nationality
age sex destination and how much
money each one brings. Hut the feder-
al government can not go into the
Earth's Wettest Region.
With an annual rainfall exceeding
600 inches southern Assam is the
world's wettest region.
Favor Not Appreciated.
Sometimes when you do a man a
favor all you get is his resentment
for having caught him at a disadvantage.
Geography of Efficiency.
Definition of a successful business:
A small body of well-dressed men
WHEN TO PRUNE
tablish his age beyond (piestion and j separately. We have no national hook-i Bntirely surrounded by stenographers.
inroiigii tins ins riglit to the legal j keeping to account for the ebb and
period of schooling and freedom from 'flow of human life as an asset and a
labor. It may also serve to establish liability
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AT THE THEATRES "
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Hums are her.' todav also
N'.sior comedy "The Disappearing
lit ideurooin." This is a riot of fun
lift is produced in the usual elabor-
i'c V'.itor w.iv.
Mary Fuller at Theato-ium.
Xolh.iu: i i ii 1 1 . so eccentric.
Zaire so iinlir.ie ha- been produced
ill recent mouths as -'.Madame t'ubi l"
a two 'eel libra modern drama f . a
luring Mary l-'ulb r Tie play ..
us into I he I ii.I.iis of fa- 'iioMaha New
York arlisl-i who liive been itila;
enecil pv I lie pal i.-iall il'ipi e:..- iotiisl
ami 1 1 1 i .-1 school. 'e ficel a weal-
thy socictv woman w ho ha. t lion'-ainU
to spend upon her gou is ami .:t ;ti-
lie.. her desir' to be lia.isiial le. wear-
ing eceentrli' gowns of iiiitistial m.i-
lei lal and pa's i n
'1 he gown- V.;i KiiH.'r wears d.
11"! COM- Hl'ile tlie eief i n; .:--! of
tin' play him i er. lor th. i ha-. I a 1
wm en for her a pint of a;; iiileti-i-h '
I'lippm- natttie. ;
la Callaghcr. Ili'hc KIiimI.-s and
Emily Stevens iit Palace.
i i 1 1 1 1 1 Mi'ii'tis who is Hie sensa
i ( ioa of i lie season
i I I 4 ' 111 New Vol k
! vei.uis slai run; role in '
lined Woman." wiil ae
I '.(T. 'en here al t lie I'ala
I 'la. ia "The 1 lou.-f of T
' di I I'll I live pat i leatuii
Hull.' Pholo Plays. Inc.
j third Metro picture in
l:u h Mi-s Stevens i-
his right to a disputed inheritance and :have no
to establish him various property or sanitarians and students a basis for
oilier legal rights which may bo In 'their preventive studies. Congress by
dispute. There are numerous Instances resolution has urged the states to
where the lack of this sort of record enact and enforce suitable registraton
has been the cause of serious losses legislation. The state governments
of inheritance and of education and must now act.
other rights. I Most of the states now have ade-
Vork City in 1913 the birth quate laws; their enforcement how-
of our civic organism. We ! Mrs. Kawler "Do you consider
national records to give our I AIice verv Cd looking?" Mrs. Dlun-
derby "Oh. Alice Is pretty enough;
but I wouldn't call her an Adonis."
i d hedges or boundary plantings. The
prtliiing of ornamental trees and shrubs
is. in fact one of the first duties that
may profitably be performed in the
home garden. The amateur however
on the speakiiu i should not make a ruthless assault
Ciij. in her mar ! willi shears or pruning knife upon ev-
1'iichas- ervthing in his yard. Flowering trees
ecu im the a:ul shrubs that bloom in the spring
theatr" to-1 or early summer should not receive
irs." a won- ladica! pruning at this tiun. according
by ;;. garth n specialists of the Tinted
i'1 Ihi'lStales deiK.i't mi -lit of agriculture. 1)1'
stei-p;ec in curse if on these plains there are j
slurred and 1 1. ..1 or weal ln-nm-lies the.;.. uli.inMI
au see has repeated .i .-.(. ess in
llesiinv. or The S ml of a Woman."
and "Cora." her two former screen
.vi-s Meu-iis is Mipported by an
I'M-elit ii! cist in "The I louse nf
." wliii'lt ini hides Henri llerg-j
the well known iliamai ic artist. I
r Hitchcock. Madgi- Tyrone and!
Washington I). (.'. Feb. ti. A little
early care given to the pruning of or-
namental trees and shrubs during the
earlv part of March will do much to
control their growing and flowering In New
habits and enable the home owner to records helped to enforce the personal ever depends to a large extent upon
have well-formed plants and well train- '"' property rights of more than 138-'popular support. This support Is as-
illiu persons. jsured if individual parents will insist
It is in most states reuuired bv law upon the registration nf
vwvn Ull HI
that I he doctor midw ife or other at-
tendant at birth shall report the birth
to the registrar of births but as this
duty is not infrequently neglected
parents should investigate to see
w hether it has been done properly in
the case of their children.
The complete registering of all
births is indispensable r.ot only
X-Rays on Microscope.
A microscope using X-rays has beel
perfected by a French scientist.
Must First Reach Age of Wisdom.
It is only when a man has reached
the happy ago of wisdom that he Is
capable of just judgment in regard
either to his own actions or to those
of others. Schopenhauer.
be taken out. and any crossing limb..
I thai are rubbing and seriously iie.crfer- j
ling w it ii the grow th of t he hush should j
the individual hut to the state and
The federal government can and
Jackal a Gleaner.
The jackal follows in the wake of
I lions and tigers and feeds from the
remains of the marauding expeditions
to ot the lareer n.iimnlq
i' i r. .should
The tips of limb
not be cut off nor
i not interfere
hush be re
In mind that
uf I la
eda llara. famed vampire woman
e screen will be seen lu re Tluirs-
III her ktlesl sticci'e;. "The Ser
iate of Kussiati peasant lit
"Lr.- . ' "I l.i .
r.i '"'"' -r i.. i. . .pent a tale ot Kussiati peasant life
"--' JMik riu. i- i-. i ... i i i i which Miss Kara is seen as the
'' i'.' l-'-' rr ..r " .laughter of a serf.
L w ."i';1'. ':.'... i' " ' ;: -I'lii'i !
I ' 'ff t A . ...v. 1. i . .-
liara has issued
a warning to
Mi-s Para is
RHADV FOR HUSINHSS
IV.Trf BIG 1VES OF
Hew furrilure. Rugs Stoves Quecnsware
Kitclienwnrc in Tin Enamel and
I.a-g.' A ...oiMiieiit iii Sly! s ami Prices of Wood. Iron ai d lirass
Dili'. .lis. (-t;-e De-ks a'...l Chairs. Maccv Sectiona'. Pook
Mill I'ai. Fa :aed and V.i'iegaliv Piliis'a.
I Uses III I. il
i ha'u'c cw
i brick War. !
II lor Cash. or. with Security en easy payim nl s. F.x-
tio. il- for dhl. Store Household Hoods in our new
oiise P .ck and ship Coinp. tent an.l Careful Assistants
I anv young w nod that doc;
with the growth of the
:iiov ed. It must be horm
the blossom hu.ls for this year's fiow-
I 'ling were formed last year and every
j -hoot removed takes off that much
of the pro-peclive blossoms.
Trees and shrubs that hear tin-ir
! flowers in midsummer and which were
nut pruned m the lall. may be pruned
at tills time. Plants ol this sort are;
j !ne liose ol Miaroli and the shrubby
hydrangea. Where the largest possi- .
I hie mass effect is desired these plants
I should be pruned hut "little. If the aim
; is to secure the largest possible j
trusses or blossom hi ads last year's
; growth should be pruned hack to two I
or three eyes to a stem. Such severe'
pruning however is not conducive
mo.-r attractive development of
TRY II! SUBSTITUTE
FOf! NASTY MtLi:
Starts Your Liver Without Making You
Sick and Can Not
New Idea In Concrete Work.
A concrete pilo has racently been
I invented which possesses important
advantages over the kind formerly
used. It is driven by boring its own
hole with a stream of water elected
ith considerable force at its point.
Water at a pressure of 21)0 pounds Is
forced through the iron pipo forming
the core of tho pile cutting a hole as
the pile descends. The water dis-
solves e.irtfi and Rnnrt nml thrusta
' rocks aside.
I.'very druggist in tow n -your drug-
gist and everybody's druggist lias no-
ticed a great falling off in the sale of
calomel. They all give the same rea-
son. Hudson's Liver Tone is taking
its place. I
"Calomel is dangerous and
know it. while Hudson's Liver Tone is
perfectly safe and gives better re-
FBUHffattO" ror Dickens' Success.
How hard I worked at that tre-
mendous shorthnnd and all improve-
ments atiDertalning to it! I will
I only add to what I have already writ
ten of perseverance at this time In my
i life and of a patient and continuous
people i energy which then began to be ma
tured in me and which I know to be
the strong point in my character if I
on looking back I nnd tne source ol
my succcbs. Charles Dickens.
Climbing roses should not be pruned
at litis time except for the removal of
suits" said a prominent local druggist i have any strength at all that there.
Dod'son' Liver Tone is personally guar-
anteed by every druggist who sells it.
A large bottle costs 5i) cents and if It
fails to give easy relief in every case
oi liver .sluggishness and constipation
you have only to ask for your money 1
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-
tasli'ig purely vegetable remedy
The pacifists ought to be lucky they
are always knocking Wood.
TRY "CASCARETS" FOR
. LIVER AND BOILS
IF SICK OR US
Tonight! Clean your Sowels and Stop
Headache Colds Sour
ict a 10-cent box now.
Turn the rascals out the headache.
biliousness indigestion the sick sour
stomach and bad colds tiirn them out
tonight and keep them out with Cas-
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
know the misery caused by a lazy liv-
er clogged bowels or an upset stom-
ach. Don't put in another day of distress.
Let Cascarets cleanse your stomach;
remove tlie sour fermenting food;
take the exct ss bile from your liver
and carry out all the constipated waste
matter and poison in the bowels. Then
you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight straightens you
out by morning. They work while you
sleep. A 10-cent box from any drug
store means a clear head sweet stom
ach and clean healthy liver and bowel
action for months. Children love Cas-
carets because they never gripe or
surplus or interfering branches. Kv-1 harmless to both children and adults.
A. B. RAWLINS COMPANY
105 103 EAST MAIN ST 106 103
cry bit of wood removed now reduces
l ie amount of bloom the plant will
!n ar during the coming season. Hoses
used in border planting should be
treated ill exactly the same way as
Take a spoonful at night and wake up
feeling tine; no biliousness .sick head-
ache acid stomach or constipated
bowels. It do'-sn't gripe or cause In-
convenience all the next day like vio-
other shrjlrs. except that many f ' I'tit calomel. Take a dose of calomel
;!!:f -e spi t ies will be improved by hav- today a:.d tomorrow you will feel
; ing all t'ie old wood cut away once i!iMl'::'. sick and nauseated. Don't lose
every five or six year?. This would !J !'' work! Take Dodson's Liver
mean cutting all tho old tanes off Tone instead and feel fine full of
witliiii three or tour iiuhe of the v'Kor and ambition
i I I
OLD ROOFS MADE NEW
We Have the State Agency for
Tex Elastic Wood Preserver
This is a material with merit It is excellent for old or new roofs. It
is indestructible and is not affected by the strongest heat or cold.
LET I'S ESTIMATE OX YOUR WORK.
W. D. TALIAFERRO
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
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