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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 07, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1916-02-07/ed-1/seq-9/

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FILMLAND STAR SAYS SUCCESS CAME TO HE
BECAUSE SHE WAS "BORN" ON STAGE
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- Ruth J2aandL
Ruth Roland, famous filmland star, began playing child parts on thef
legitimate stage when she was little more than a "toddler." She practically
was "born" on the stage, she says, and to this fact owes her success in af
variety of roles in the movies.
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A new oil nut has been "discovered
accidentally in the Philippine Islands.
A shipment of twenty-five bags of
what the shipper believed to be lum
bang nuts was received recently in
Manila from Catanduanes, but it
soon transpired that they were some
thing else. A botanist studied the nut
and classified it as of the family to
which santol belongs. The oil is
found to be satisfactory in the man
ufacture of soap. Natives of the
Philippines call the nuts by several
names balucanag, batuafcan, kaK-J eat.
motain, marambolo, cato, dudoa, etc
The investigator of the nut says that t
upward of thirty years ago the oil
from this nut was generally used for x
illuminating purposes in the Philip
pines, but that petroleum gradually i
displaced it until the present genera
tion forgot all about the uses of this
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Every woman marries the "right"
man. The trouble is that he always
turns into something entirely differ-
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