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DEFIES FINANCIAL RUIN
TO SAVE NAME' OF DEAD
Anita Stewart in "Her Kingdom of
Dreams," Joins Handts with Fight.
ing Fred Warren.
Brotherly love, as the powerful
force that sends a father to an early
grave and controls the destinies of a
prominent Now York family, is one of
Miss Rita Rich and Miss Laura
Werno, who entertained and delighted
Lyceum audiences as members of The
Killarney Girls company, have been
engaged by the Redpath Bureau to ap
pear together as a new company to
be known, as the Rich-Werno Enter
As the Dublin Girls, Miss Rich and
Miss Werno have just recently toured
one of the big Redpath Chautauqua
circuits and their programs have ev
erywhere been most cordially received.
In selecting a name for these enter
taineis it was at first thought that The
Dublin Gis should be retlined ats at
title, but because -Iheir program in
cludes songs, stories and linpersona
tions of niny other peoples besides
the zintives of the Emerald Isle, it was
decided that the company should de
rive its name from its own members
Miss Rich and Miss Werno.
Miss Rita Rich immediately wins
the hearts of her audiences. She is
well known for her impersonations of
children and also as an Impersonator
of the grown-ups of many countries.
As ii singer, in appropriate costumes,
vf .e folk songs of various nations
she wins enthusiastic commllenlatiOn.
Miss Laura Werno, reader, pIianist
and singer, has appeared in public
ever since she was eight years old as
n render of dialect selections. She is
a clever planologist and her character
songs alwiys win a hearty reception.
The coning together into one com
pany of two such entertainers assures
to their audiences a thoroughly de
lightful program, a program which
,liparkles with fun and Is enriched with
Safurday Evening, Oct. 25th
at 8:30 O'Clock.
the appealing elements in "Her
Kingdom of Dreams," starring Anita
Stewart, and which will be seen at the
Opera louso Friday this week.
Probably the greatest cast ever as
sembled for a motion -picture was
placed under the direction of Marshall
Nellan for the production of this pic
lure. Among the stars included are:
Anna Q. Nilsson, Kathlyn 'Williams,
rully Marshall, Thomas Santslhi,
Spottwood Altken, Hahlion Hamilton,
Wesley Barry, Ralph Graves, Thonas
Jefferson, James Neill and Edwin
As Judith 'Rutledge, 'Miss Stewart
plays the role of a country girl who
has idealized the life and surroundings
of the large cities, As a stenographer
she is involved in the family affairs
of her employer, the wealthy 'Mr.
Warren, whose death results from a
violent argument with his son Fred.
On his deathlbed the elder Warren
makes a final request that his son
Their marriage is followed by a se
ies of business, and domiestic misun
derstandings iwh ich cram lie picture
with unusually interesting situations.
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Mode rn tink;ing, proposing to found
Irnorlit11y solelIy upon the priniciples of,
hmnnature, wvIll hnvib to talke ne
cliunlt of aill 1her 111 inhuna nture.
Andi one of the first things we mneit
tihere Is tlie. ne4cessity, In order that11
11un1 ma11y Comw I,0 1.11" 1true selIf, that
hI. Is possessed by sonliet hing, somei onke
beyonid him11sel f.-Jonathanil 1 Brierley.
lii. sock of Window shades- juist
S. M. & 1-. 1. WNIIIC-lS & CO.
WHAT OIL MEANS TO U. S.
Lubricant Is Center of a Romance That
Equals the Tale of Steel
Helped Win War.
It Is 00 years since the first oil
well was drilled In Pennsylvania, thus
Inaugurating the era of oil, the Pitts
burgh Gazette-Tihes observes. The
discovery was at once recognized as
possessing great value, but there could
have been slight appreciation of the
matumoth proportions to whilch the
industry was destined to grow. Halled
as an illtuninant supplanting candles
and whale oil, the business has
widened beyond any possible dreams
of those who were active in the early
days of oil. The center of the indus
try has long since departed from the
place of its origin. The Southwest
and the Pacific coast, almost in un
known land In the infancy of the busi
ness, now produce thousands of bar
rels to the original oil region's one.
Oil is used as an Illutniant on mill
lions of farms and in isolated places
all over the world, but that is no long
er thi chitf product of crude. Gaso
line, at first a troiblesome by-product,
is nlow tlh main r-esult sought. ''lhe
millions of mo!or-driven vehicles that
have comr 111to existince III lie past
score of years would not have been
possible lId We not litA (his desi rablile
product to provide an explosive fuel
to drive them.
Vast anitities of he ci-tie prod
Ilet Iare Ilsed to drive locmi iotives aid
sllps. The war -il lit not hai been
won l11d not Ihe allie-s had ne ess (to
the fields of MIltxlenIl and tlt- Unaited
Stie. Ali not mly a fuel dos
the greasy iroduct enter lto Ilo
Worl's (onlilrire, but as a: libriiant
iU lessiIs. tht- fr10ti4on 4f hins, fron
flt- s i unhine to sii:iniishipls. 'Te
ly-p-roidcias ee(n eniter the. raliliS of
Intieh'Iine. 111111 whil th 1- linli t aid
s5enIi to lie reaelul it Iitilizilig ite
walste froin th le retnries it is possi
ble that furl ther sililivi-ions itty yet
incr-ease Ile iuntn*hor. Th e story of
oil is a 1-onne 111e that equials thle hale
of steel, yet It is -Iln infant inl polfit
of thine Conared with the Inetal that
has brought such wealth to l'ennsyl
Byron Too Theatrical.
Tn its review of a recent worik by
the Italian critic, Emillio Ceceil, on
English poets of the Nineteenth cen
tury, the London 'Teleg- ph u ctys:
"On the topic of the most famous
controversy between Etiropean ail
BritIsh (ri-ileis:--the greatni ess of B1y
ron-Professor 'eel tatk eq very de
cidedly ti. lritish View, if indeed he
is not carried so fai- by his repug
nance to the bufdant alloy in Ily
ron's potry, as In his life, as to make
too little of the demonille force whieh
renders hiis inaretRy impressive. Ew-en
that liist expeditio to Greece, whleh
haN Coiiimonly been felt to retden
uam3ny ailbera-at lions, has for oiir trill Ie
the 11aal touch of he thenter whleh
the man1 and til I he poet so rarely es
Capel ; and lie 1tapu's hm, m1u-h
to his d11 sistIlalnige, with t 01 (tanoese
getilliirnn who irushed to einhark with
01aribli's thlousand1 Inl eveing dress
and t (rush hat, aid iII this iecouter
Irnent wont to) Is deathl fit ("alntainill
a De-iutssetlike figur(. ia alu tious witi
its Irtisting smtil-, but touached withi a
purer spirit of religiosity than i yron
Couald haVe nehliev-d or Iinerstlod."
End of Coal Deposits Seen.
will a-titie to ana enad ini uaout 000 yearms.
(GerninI coal int 1,4001 yeaiirs and4( Amer-i
cian (-co an 2.0004 ye-aris. Yet It isq
conaasiling to thlink ainut for our de
('indital '4 thietre arie possili1ties oif
witiamhh whihi are idepen'dent of coal,
says thie Matnchester (;tiariditan. It
mialy, for- itnstae, bd pt'ssihuie to har
ness thei. Niagtara Culs, athe Zaaiih-si, te
Cotngo faillIs,1 or ' even a. the tides athem
selves. Then thea-e ds also (lie theroi'y
that tonly ni fewv tail les bloiw thie sura
fatce of the enariith there ar ie hauge t-ar
bide deposits, andl~ somei (day, laerhaps,
haorinags will lie piossibile which will
then discoveir aan ialost limtitles-s
SOurice' of lienat. F ialIly, It is ('aiva-Vi
lbl t hat thle prolema of (lie d isintitga
tiona of nmtIer genterally will one daty
be solved. If a ga o(f lead couild lie
compileely re(solvedl into( hielim, the
enterigy thler'eby3 roduacedv-( wvotii Ihe
'-luaa to ta t yleied by3 thle baaranlig
''a 21n( tiis oIf coall.
He Wears a Necklace.
Illd yaou ('etr liear if (t a an wenaing
tn hI-ak htea'? Well,- Ihat is wthat thle
On tile feiale oIf ahais attacative' lirdI
ai tne'(klne s( -ays alae Amiaaeninti il''irest
w~tal er's necl iace of' buuick sito ts
shaows uip very sa Itrinly hiis oIlive
Oni ala. baaek the bird-t is of' i slte gayl
briownt htn'. Thlis is ii vt'ly livelv
haird(. it is very- se-'~ldom still for 'more
than a fi-w setcondts be-fore it diasheIs
stro-aims. it uisually1 k'-t-s it undier'
If was thae 10ride of hisi harit, aitil thae
its l inai Is ilhl il~ty with bileh
!hls en-lpl'tyer. afterl a wee-mk If l:atk.
"."t.I '141a1, 'Is it it rat dltt
"nl.l." 511hl Sami ''if it nitn't Iye
been *kun out of a hl f-dellnr"
Live Stock Season Opens
Car Load of Splendid Mules Arrives
October 15th opens the fall season for the sale of live stock
at our stables in Laurens and we begin with a car load of choice
mules. You are respectfully invited to visit us and let us know
your needs in this line as we are in a position to supply you. We
expect to make this the best season for the people of this county
ane will keep on hand the best that can be bought, including some
Thanking you for past patronage we offer you our best at
tention for your needs this season.
F. P. & J. R. CHILDRESS
LAURENS, S. C.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Rat Proof Fire Proof Thief Proof
Now on display in front of the court house.
Will remain for several days. It will pay you
to come to town just to see it. Do not wait
for a convenient date.
Cheaper than wood--better than wood. No
loss from rats and no contaminated grain.
We are selling them right along to good
farmers. Order yours now and save delay.
Sizes from 100 to 3000 Bushels
P. B. IR BY
LAURENS. - - -- SOU T H CA R OLIN A
--"and from there we went to Japan"
Talk about adventures I beef an your shoulders and hair
Men in the Navy come
boni wit theIcin of You will get 30 care-free vaca.
homen days a year, not counting
experiences %that most choic leave in home or forci
chaps read of only in the l;orts.
books. You will have the kind o om
radcshiip in travel that allore
Here's your chancel know.
Uncle Sam has, as you know, You will hay re lar pay;
a big Navy and gives red- ovcrandabovey ur eainlodg.
blooded young fellows like you y ifor
en opportunity to step aboard t
and "shove off ".
What will you get Out of it?yea
WhatwillYOU~et ~t o it' When you gct through you'll be
Just this: physically and mentally "tuned
A chance to rub elbows with tp" for the reit of your life.
foreign folks in strange parts of You'll be ready through and
the world. through for SUCCESS.
The chance for good honest There's a Recruiting Station
work on shipboard-the kind of right near you. If you don't
work that teaches you something know where it Is, your Post
rea; the kind of work that puts master will be glad to teU you,
Tb any Fat ener and Mot eerh
ITA Me Nasy your bc, lood, health, work and plyand
enral WeMAZO Are 1oAaYo autwr by getpon3ibla aepea.
hove olff! v oin hmthe
U. S Nvy