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Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1918.
THE MORNING HERALD, GREENVILLE, TEXAS.
New Thrill Recorded
in "A Soul for Sale"
Some Show Regular Prices
Actor in Spirit of Bravado Brings Racing: Car to Stop on Brink
of Precipice Dorothy Phillips' Life in Danger Old
Sport Thought to Show Girl That He Was a Brave Man by
' ut) 1 1 1 1 SlFH y ill M I lIS
Take a Milk Bath For Beauty's
Sake and Win a Whole
Regiment of Soldiers
Also a Clever Christie Comedy
tomorrow Mack Sennett's Bathing Beauties
Mrs. Vernon Castle in "The Girl from Bohemia''
Frequently a fellow imagines he's a
brave man when he's merely (oolish.
Once not many years ago a young
chap crawled along the entire front of
a New York skyscraper on a 3-inch
ledge bordering the ISt'i floor; he
wanted to show his sweetheart how
her and s.he quite candidly inform." him
that when she marries she will marry
a real man.
Then it happens. To prove to her
that he is as valorous', and manly as
the next one, he drives the powerful
bravo he was; but it didn't work for t machine straight toward the edge of a
he only frightened her half to death diff at a high rate of speed, then
and she refused ever to speak to him brings it to an abrupt stop at the
again, brink, frightening the lady speechless
In "A Soul for Sale," featuring Dor
othy Phillips, which comes to the Co
lonial Theater tomorrow, a rfch, con-
while he pretends perfect nonchalance.
Of course, the trick fails. j
In staging the incident a special
conceited little old chap attempts racing model of one of America's
something of the same sort on a
worth-while society girl in trying to
persuade her to marry him. But the
bland idiot not only risks his own life
but-the girl's as well, in the feat of
bravado. The risk wa$ not merely an
leading cars was used, the Jewel Com
pany making a deposit of $8,000
against damages to the machine.
The scene provides a thrill that has
word that ap-
imaginary one; the players actually jproaches an apt description, for only a
of few inches separated
the cliffs, edge when
the racer from
the car was
took grave chances in the filming
William Burred and Miss Dorothy . brought to a stop.
Phillips are the principals in the epi- "I don't mind confessing," remark-
sode. The gay old sport brings his:ed Miss Phillips, after the scene was
new racing roadster around and after finished, "that it was acting I did in
Hot Water Each Morning
Puts Roses in Your Cheeks
t GENERAL STRIKE IS
CALLED IN HAVANA
Havana, Nov. 12. A great .strike in
suppott of the demands of the federat
ed harbors unions has been called by a
committee representing every union in
the city. Street car traffic is virtually
abandoned and no cars arc running to
cny of the city's suburb3.
boasting of its cost and speed, takes
the lady for a ride. He proposes to.
that scene it was the real thing. I ,
was scared clear through.."
Turkey Pickers Wanted.
Men or women. We have women now
making iroai ?2.50 to $3.50 per day.
Come ready to work. White Pro-
dtci Co., St, Johinstrjeet. E9-tf
Our Sandwiches are the kind that
pleases the taste of the most fastid
ious. Come In and Join others in
their praise of those fine Sand
wiches we are serving. Beckham
SHE IS CAPTIVATING 'IN
NA ENLISTS" AT THE
AT OPERA HOUSE
CONSTANCE TALMADGE, THE GIRL
YOU LOVE, IN "SAUCE FOR THE
GOOSE" SOME PICTURE!
Constance Talmadge will be seen at
the Opera House in hei latest Select
picture, "Sauce for the Goose," in
Jnst as coal, when It burns, leaves
behind a certain amount ot incombus
tible matarial in the form of ashes, so
the food and drink taken day after
day leaves in the alimentary canal
a certain amount of Indigestible ma
terial, which if not confjletely elimi
nated each day, becomes food for the
millions of bacteria which infest the
bowels. Prom this mass of left-over
waste material, toxins and ptomaine
like poisons, called uric acid, is formed
tnd then sucked Into "Che blood where
it continues to circulate, collecting
train by Eraln in the Joints of the,
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels the pre
vious day's accumulation of toxins and
poisons; thus, cleansing, sweetening,
ahd freshening the entire alimentary
canal, each morning, before putting
more food into the stomach.
A quarter popnd of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the 'drug
store, but is sufficient to make' any
rheumatic or lumbago sufferer an en
thusiast on the morning inside bath.
Millions of people keep their Joints
free from these rheumatic acids by
practicing this daily Internal sanita
tion. A glass of hot water with a teas
body much like rust collects on the poonful of limestone phosphate, drank
hinge as shown above. I before breakfast. Is wonderfully invig-
Men and women who suffer from oratiag; besides, it is an excellent
lumbago, rheumatism or sore, stiff, health measure because it cleanses
aching joints should begin drinking the alimentary organs of all the waste.
iS'o " orms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, w hich indicates poor blood, and as a
rn!e. there is more or leas stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC Siven regular
for two or three weclts ill enrich the blood, im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
ening Toola to the whole system. Natnre will then
lhrowofl"T dispel theworms. and the Chnd will be
ra perfect health. Pleasaat to take- COe per bottle.
Stove and Heater Wood
prompt delivery. McAlester
Coal. Lee M. Fool, Phone 413
TO DARKEN HAIR
4APPLY SAGE TEA
A rtw Applications of Sage Tea and
Sulphur Bring' Back Its Vigor,
Color, Gloss and Youthfulness.
Common garden sage brewed into a
heavy tea with sulphur added will turn
gray, streaked and faded hair beauti
fully dark and luxurianL Just a few
applications will prove a revelation if
lour liair is fading, streaked or gray.
Mixing, the Eage Tea and Sulphur
recipe at home, though, is trouble
some. An easier way is to get a bot
tle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Cim
A milk bath ami its dire conse
quences are finely pictured in Mary
Pickford's latest Artcraft photoplay.
"Johanna 7 Enlists," a plcturization of i which she is presented by Lewis
Rupert Hughes' well-known story. Selznick. The story is as follows:
"The Mobilization of Johanna," which I John Constable,- well-known writer,
shows for the last time at the Crys-( falls under (he sway of Mrs. Margaret
tal today. jAlloway, a designing widow, and neg-
The plot concerns the daughter of Iects. his pretty young wife. Although
ONE OP THE
phtsphated hot water, not as a means gases and sour fermentations, making pound aj any drug store aU ready for
to magic relief from pain, but to pro-, ono look and feel clean, greet and
vent more uric acid forming in the fresh all day.
system. Before eating breakfast each Those who try this for one week
morning, drink a glass of real hot wat- may find themselves Tee from sick
er with s. teaspoonful of limestone headaches, constipation, bilious at
phosphate In It This will first neu-J tacks, sallowness, naUy breath ano
tralizo and then wash out nf the stom- stomach acidity.
Phone Orders to BROWN ICE CO
YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT LONG
AFTER PHONING ITS TO COME AND GET
YOUR CAR WHEN YOU HAVE TROUBLE
OUR MOTTO IS "SERVICE"
use. This is the old-time recipe im
proved by tho addition of other Ingre
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. By darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,
no one can tell, because it does it so
naturally, so evenly. You just dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it end
draw-- this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn
ing all gray hairs have disappeared,
and, nfter another application or two.
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful toilet
requisite and is not Intended for tho
cure, mitigation or prevention ot disease.
a poor farmer who has never experi
enced the joy of having a beau. A
regiment of soldiers on their way to
a cantonment peasses the farm and
one of the officers falling suddenly
ill, they camp there and Johanna
nurses the stricken, soldier.
She is delighted, for her dreams
have been realized. The officers
and men fall in love with the quaint
girl, despite her freckles, which she
proceeds to eradicates. A certain pri
vate and officer are rivals in their
attentions to her.- One night Johan
na decides to take a superstitions
milk bath for beauty's sake and the
officer believes she is clandestingly
meeting the private'. The two men
quarrel while Johanna is trying to
hide in the tub.
Tomorrow a regular beauty !how
will be here. Mack Sennetts Bathing
Beauties will be seen 'in "His WIfes
Friend" and Mrs. Vernon Castle will
be seen in "The Rirl From Bohemia,"
lOCIAL ambitions made her mnther .
scrupulous Poverty demanded the
u-ugurers saennce Man's passions
caught her m a visedid Niela Pendleton
escape? Did she win back the honest love
ij.j oud?1 name had lost? Come see
splendid Dorothy Phillips make her big fighf
for happiness m one of the dramatic sensation
Sit&feyear' ,D.on,t m"s "A SOUL FOJ.
fiALh, now playing at
EX1HA Added Attraction
In 2 Parts
Big "V" Comedy
Chumps and Cops k
Best srrades of McAlester
Coal. Heater and Stove Wood.
Lee M. PooL Phone 413. -49-tf
'Mrs. Alloway is busy writing a book on
"Woman's Struggles," Kitty remarks
her one object is to end the struggle
she is having in landing John!
Harry Travers, a young man about
town, whose specialty is neglected
wives (when they are young andpret
ty) learns of the stats of affaits exist
ing between John and Kitty and makes
plans accordingly. He reminds Kitty
that he and the are friends and advises
her not to mope alone.
John falls down on a promise to take
Kitty to the opera, going instead
to work with Mrs. Alloway, and Kitty
asks Harry Travers to use tho tickets
with her. After tho opera he invites
Klty So a supper in his rooms and she
hesitates until she remembers that
her husband is dining in the same
building for Travers has his apart
ment in the same house in which Mrs.
Kitty and Travers have supper to
gether and, no longer Platonic .friend.
pfi$iSs,tries to make love to i pr-Ar
ayingomcTohn finds a note from
Kitjyjisftying she has gone to supper
J. S. COOPER. M. D.
Office Over McGaughey Drug Store
(With Dr. King) -
Phones: 'Office 32; Residence 1092.
R. M. Chapman
AUTOMOBILE, PLATE GLASS,
If you have no Insurance NOW Is!
the time to take out a Policy.
Union Lodge No.
465, U. B. A.
Meets 2nd Tuesday night in each
month in U. B. A. Temple, 2908 Lee
SU a! 8:30 sharp. Visitors always wel-j
come V -
T. WAD THOMPSON, Pres.;
JNO. M. BOLES, Secretary.
Twelve or Fifteen Men or
Those wanting to learn
Band Instruments had bet
ter apply at once, in order
to make the Band by next
year. Boys or married
men are preferred. The
Government is badly in
need ot Musicians and
anyone going to the army
and wanting to make the
Army Band can get a spe
cial course from me with
Special Terms to Those
R A f.idhtfnnf
Third Floor, Levy Bldg.
other. Sylvester then enters and ex- Dr. M Bcskow and It. M. Chapman
plains he is not a burglar. Kitty and were re-elected, and Messrs A. M".
Sylvester arrange a plan in which Blackmanj S. B. Neer, Walter Bean,
Kitty manages to lock Mrs. Alloway Tnoi- y. Grubbs and Jas. W. Bassett
and Sylvester into Travers' bedroom . , , .' . .
.... , , , .. were elected as new members. They
together; then, locking Travers on the , . , . . . , . ,
. ' , , i will be ordained and installed at the
roof, she leaves. , . , , -, ,
' service next Sunday morning. At
John goes back home, after leaving tflc evcnlnff service Rev. Graham, first
a note for Travers asking him to call presellted to his congregation the
at his house. At John's home next day f United War Work Carapalj.n and urg.
everybody is mystified by the non-ap- ed that eh an, .,. of thpm rio ,hpI
pearance of Kitty. Her bed, has not
part. He preached a sermon from the
2nd Chanter of Mark, readlnir from the
night as a result of her escapade. Then-lgt verse t(J thellthi lnclusive. He
been slept in and John has been up all
3ho suddenly apepars and angers John
by refusing to tell where she spent tho
night Travers comes in answer to
John's note and John dramatically of
fers Kitty her freedom in order that
she may marry him. Kitty laughs at
Travers' discomfiture and sends him
away. Then Jonn asks her where she
spent the night and she laughingly
tells him she slept in his own bed
while he was out looking around for
flgHhiiyaSeS- hearing him ap-
progHjfjlfas'aidSejf.on the root leaves
nefVajiitstarfetoThunt for. her com-
pankipTayel-STteals back- rhig.Uie
room tafnafftach Kitty. Mrs. Alloway,
from Jierap.-yr'tmeBtjsees what-" she
thinks isNa burglar roft'3rier"fiTe escape.
She dasheito Travers' aparment for
help and Travers. again flees, while
Kitty and ftfrs. Alloway confront each ,
Grace Presbyterian Church.
After having had to miss several
lessons on account ot the health situ
ation, the rqembcrs of the Sunday
school came out in good force, all of
them glad again to have the privilege
of attending Sunday school. Some
time ago the congregation voted to
increase the number of elders for the
church, which said new elders, to
gether with two vhose terme had ex
pired were to have been elected the
last Sunday in October, but the elec
tion was postponed until this service.
said that wherever Christ went while
here on earth there was always a
i crowd of people, and that, the same
thing is true today People want to
go where they will hear something
about Christ. Then, you will always
find some people vho understand that
Christ wants and needs their help in
order to accomplish the things He
desires, but there are some who need
Christ's help who will never get un
less, we go out and bring them in.
How are we to bring them in? By
faith. Rev. Graham announced that
next Sunday evening he would speak
from the following subject: "God
has sent these things. Are they ,In
Did You- Get Wet?
If you are chilly let us put up aJ
good heater or rut down some mat
ting or linoleum. We have rugs and
window shades, a few left yet. Get
yours before the advance. We take
Liberty bonds on furniture. B. 8.
Chandler, the furniture man. 50-tf."-'
JSSLE OF DRESSES
Every Dress and Skirt Reduced
Your chance for one of those wonderful Sonor
ity Costumes Cheap. Only 18 left, Velvets Tri
cotine, Serges anl'd Satin. Most of these arrived
this Week, and are the very cleverest and
Miss Lois Vining
The Home of Fashionable Millinery 4
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