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President Board of Health.
Office 2 1-2 West Main Street.
(ever Young Bros. Drug Store
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"A SOil OF ERIN”
Pretty Colleen Waits In the Ould Coun
try Untii Promotion Makes Lover
Captain of Police, When a Joyful Re
“A Son of Erin," a Pallas picture
produced for the Paramount Program,
is an interesting, clearly told screen
story of Old Ireland and Young Amer
ica, both personified by Dustin Far
num as Dennis O’Hara, the frolicsome
young Irish lad with the big heart and
the merry smile.
The story tells how Dennis O’Hara,
a poor Irish lad in'the “Ould Coun-
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Winifred Kingston, Pallas Star In
thrie,” is lured to America, that land
of promise for so many of his kind,
there to be met with discouragements
and disappointments that would have
dismayed a stouter heart than his.
Katie O’Grady, the Lady of His Heart,
is left back in Ireland, and when, soon
after leaving her, he sends his photo
graph in uniform of a policeman, she
is skeptical, for has she not been told
of the “fake” costumes to be obtained
In the meantime, Dennis finds him
self up against tough problems of poli
tics, and be fights them, losing his
position as a result.
A fatal catastrophe figures as a turn
ing point, leading the young hero to
great success. Winifred Kingston, who
plays opposite Mr. Farmim. makes the
most winsome of e< llccns, and it is
easy to see why all the Irish lads were
in love with her.
Isn’t She a Darling?
BCENE FROM **A SON OF ERIN,” A PARAMOUNT PICTURE PRO
DUCED BY PALLAS.
THE BARTOW TRIBUNE, JANUARY 4. 1917.
A SINGING OSTRICH.
Mae Murray’* Pet Attempt* Grand
Mae Murray, the talented Lasky-Para
mount star, has two hobbies —music
and pet animals. Of the latter'she hks
almost enough to start a private me
nagerie at the present time. The latest
addition, from an Australian admirer,
is a baby ostrich. Thinking that if she
begins while be is yet young she will
have greater success with him. Miss
Murray is cultivating his voice. The
latest addition to his repertoire is the
Sextette from “Lucia”—'“because, you
see," explains Miss Murray, “be is six
times as big as most of us, so what
could be more appropriate than tfee
‘Sextette?' ” It is rumored that the
bird will sing all the parts at once be
fore many weeks.
STAR FROM “FOLLIES.”
Reasons For Mae Murray’s Unparal
lelled Success In Photodrama
With the Lasky Company.
The beautiful Mae Murray was one
of the first of the many “Follies’ ”
stars to go over to the motion picture
and she has had an unparalleled suc
cess ever since her first picture, which
was “To Have and To Hold,’’ a Para
mount Picture produced by the Jesse
L. Lasky Company. Miss Murray is a
A Moment of Destiny
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SCENE FROM “THE PLOW GIRL,” A PARAMOUNT PICTURE PRO
DUCED BY LASKY.
type of blond that takes especially
well in pictures and her charming per
sonality together witl\ her beauty has
won for her a snug corner in the hearts
of the fans.
GIRL SOLD TO
Found by Lawyer In Search
of Lost Heiress.
"THE PLOW GIRL."
Thrilling Adventures of Girl In South
Africa and London as Drudge and So
cial Butterfly—Mae Murray at Her
Mae Murray, the brilliant young
Lasky star who has won a distinct
place for herself in the hearts of pho
todramatic fans by her splendid pet
formances In “To Have and To Hold,"
“Sweet Kitty Bellairs,” “The Dream
Girl" and “The Big Sister,” has creat
ed a part even more perfect in the
Jesse L. Lasky production of “The
Plow Girl." This is a play that was
prepared for the screen by Charles
Sarrer from the original story by Ed-
ward Morris, and it carries the audi
ence from the South African veldt to
the elaborate drawing rooms of fash
ionable London society.
The story has to do with the adven
tures of Margot, a little girl who is
the family drudge in the home of a
drunken South African farmer. The
farmer sells her to a saloon keeper,
and she is only rescued by the lawyer
of a titled English woman who is in
search of her own lost grandchild,
The Plow (lid
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whose parents perished during the
A scheming relative, to obtain mon
ey from the grandmother, selects Mar
got to impersonate the lost grandchild.
How the little girl is made into a beau
tiful society woman and how the ta
bles are turned on the scheming for
tune-hunter when Margot at last comes
into her own, is brought about in a
most vivid and spectacular manner.
The cast supporting Miss Murray is
of unusual excellence and includes
the well-known Theodore Roberts in
a wonderful characterization of the
South African fanner, Elliott Dexter,
Horace B. Carpenter, William Elmer,
Charles Gerard, Edythe Chapman, Lil
lian Leighton and others.
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