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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1920
qtato Building Trades
Council Gather in Tulsa
THE ELECTIONS TODAY
Locals From All Over State
in Attendance; Judge Ed
Warren on Program.
.. -it wtrnlrtir KPSrtlon of
. ,h ii, iK u', iho first annual con-
V Z " t n, .11 U.rl-. m the Mil
I," ,,j au.n-rlum yesterday morn
f,c wi h delegate present, ml
f"'' l""''ll moollnc again In
r?,f ..'....on at 1 o'clock in Car
Z,i hf. I9'4 8t sjeon'1
rUt. w. f committees woro np-
l;" ic.l handle l ,work of. ",e
" N. C. Jiirvln, torn
S il,wii.n, proMd..,! at both
and It. I- Smith acted as
'"vl'wirrrn, municipal Judge. O.
v Ku".-nn, delegate from Ard
morf, ." l''lr '"'"Ion, president
u( ili. f i'' deration of labor,
nero ''us pi tnilp.il upofiliors at Iho
ninrnlnw .'!"W'n Naming of com
, ,i-ori.cd practically tlio en-
ire .i''"-' delegates ad
lourrinr "' 3 30 o'clock to meet
it 9 o luii. this morning. The con
tnUoi v. 'I continue today and
ThursJi' bring featured by n ban
quet I ''''it at tho high school and
two li' Jr bu new sessions In Hie
morniPh' anl afternoon.
ltcv C 1' Slier of tho Kmtnanuel
liar " lu ' tnB morning sen.
you af eorJKUy Invited to at
tend the banquet glvon la lionor
of t'i' us, 'ins delegates to tho
Stato ltuiUIIng Traacs Council at
tho IllKh School building
WcdncMlav night at 8 o'clock,
by the (Vntral Trades & Iibor
Counril. Plates aro (1.00 each.
Featuring Musical Cnmnly and
Billy Van Allen
Tho Itnbo Comedian
Comedians, Blngere, Dm Mrs, Otilt
For Ladlee, Gentlemen and Children
118 South Main
Vaudeville. Musical Comedy.
Alwayi Qtat Bhowl
slon In prayer at the opening at tho
mooting Mayor C It Hubbard was'
unnblo to nccept the Invitation to
nddrcss tho meeting. lertiuitient
officers for the state organization
will bo elected Thursday.
Committees were chosen yesterday
Ileeolutlon JJ. N. Kills, painter,
Mliskogeo; J. It. Avery, carpenter,
I'onca City! Krank Uskrldge, Cen
tral Council, Uiw-tnni O, J. lce, elec
trician, I'oncn City; T. M, Hums,
IiWH C. II. Daggs, painter, I'on
ca City; Frank Daln carpentor,
Oklahoma City; S. A. Kuch, painter,
Muskogroj jm Daugherty, brlck
niason, Okmulgee; Trunk oschman,
Legislative W. 13. Howard, car
penter, Muskogee; T. It. Halm, sheet
Iron worker, Tulsa; O 11. Holman,
painter, Oklahoma City, Clcorgo C
Oilman electrician, Tulsa; .loo
Strong, hrlckmnHoii, Kapulpa.
l'r.ss O .) Tniiw nt r. Till- IMw.nv IVtlliiin.
B.i, C 11 H hu'tcr nrpcntrr M. 1 l'e'lti n for divirco a fl el
lister, ! Cimobcr, carpenter, In dl,n drt yesterday by Kvn
Ardmorc llrns nnitln-t Hjephen House
No Danger Of
The Hair If
Is Immediately I
Appictiont at Barber Shop
CONVENTION HALL, FRIDAY, FEB. 6
!M.M Wilton T'lMjr Ttetent"
In llli Sensational, S ,cei iuI MtiUrplere
lif J(,h" Hunter Booth, rroni llie KotsI of KUhfrtne Caril Tbunton
l'rlcen $3 to II No I'lionf. Ordart. No HcU laid Aelde.
Hov Office OlKMl 10:30
Our Daily Matinees
Bargain in the City
Last Three Shows
Today of Present Bill
With Itllly Abbott iinil the
Winter Garden Girls
A Vnuiig MiislcnL Comedy
And 4 Other Acts
An unusually cxxl hnv head
lined by tli'i eminent chnructcr
proccntlng laudovllle.'s grcntcst
AX Wholo Vnudcvlllo Show In
And 4 Other Acts
For Four Days
Her Latest Picture.
A Romance of Youth
and a Mother's Love
TWO mothers fighting for one little girl. One, a
rich aristocrat, who gave her birth. The other,
poor and humble, who gave her love when a
rascally father stole her from home.
When the woman's fierce struggle for possession com
pelled her to choose come and see the surprising thing
that Mary did!
Marguerite Clark in a big, heart-warming role that will
shake you with laughter and move you to tears.
An Adaptation of .lullct Wllbor Tompkins ltanotiM Novel
Regular Prices, 15c and 25c
WHY WE GUARANTEE IT!
ni,lr'v "erb Cirlyle. that dindng
. Mb vu0 n onaeri&ua.
Last Times Wednesday
The hie of Ginger Co.
"'THE DANCE Or nritlNaTIMR"
Euef, ,nzai "otfminn
font Cancer, u mterpreuted by
On the Screen
fie?' rVilltrVa' P''""'' Picture..
U - li'flMn in. 'Above the
OumrfS"" iht on woioin." AUo
althen .i1" ""rletlt Comedy,
ajihlnaf" Corned. "Whoee Her
conltnuU,4'48'7'30. 10' 8hw
OWdVea I"!"".'?., Hny. Holidiye
'd Other VL.A?H1U 30c' Alternooni
tu, ,n" "r, 16c and 25e Incladea
Ui few Show Thuridjy
- twins', -fkju.v it - '
In order to attract your attention
to this announcement, We Repeat
They Killed Him
In a recent issue of the newspapers of this city, there nppeared an
announcement about a motion picture play called "VICTORY."
The attention of the Public was called to the fact that the man
agreement of the Majestic Theater, while having booked and paid
for the play's presentation in Tulsa, was not sure that it was a
proper play to offer its patrons.
The reason for the hesitation on the management's part was the
fact that VICTORY was BRUTAL that the story contained a
number of murders committed by evil men, who seemed to take
delight in the destruction of their fellow beings.
THE FATE OF THE PICTURE WAS PLACED IN THE HANDS
OF THE PUBLIC AND THEY HAVE DECIDED. BY THEIR
ALMOST UNANIMOUS VERDICT, THEY HAVE REQUESTED
US TO SHOW "VICTORY," AND WE WILL ACCEDE TO
9 will he ahown at the Majestic theater
for THREE DAYS ONLY,
beginning next Sunday,
Possibly you arc ono of the thousands who read the recent an-
nouncemcnt and again YOU may be one of the great many who
sent us a coupon. LISTEN! Out of the vast number of coupons
we received ONLY FOUR ASKED US TO REFRAIN FROM
SHOWING "VICTORY." And wc believe that in the faco of tho
great Majority desiring to see "VICTORY," We should Show It
WE tried to make plain all the bad taints we knew about this pic
ture. We told you of how men murdered without apparent cause
we endeavored to demonstrate to you everything the storyl
contained that might possibly be construed as undesirable ini
Picture play making.
Wc want to tell you of the many good points in "VICTORY." It
is an artistic masterpiece. It abounds in situations that are tense
and which hold the audience spellbound. A struggle for honor
a fight for love hearts laid bare mystery cunning cowardice
bravery all enveloped in a massive production and labeled
The cast is a notable aggregation of players who no doubt have
delighted you in many recent successes. LON CHANEY, (The
Frog in "The Miracle Man") is an artist of sterling talents, who
can be relied upon to give a perfect enactment of 'any role he
essays. In "VICTORY" he is superb.
Jack Holt, Seena Owen, Bull Montana and Wallace Berry are
just a few of the players introduced in "Victory."
"VICTORY" was directed by Maurice Tournaer who staged 'The,
Blue Bird," "Sporting Life," "The Whip," "Barbary Sheep," "The
Life Line," "Poor Little Rich Girl" and others.
"VICTORY" is NOT a war picture. The author, Joseph Conrad,
who is remembered by readers of the finer literature, has not in
cluded a single scene which presents soldiers or battlefields.
"VICTORY" has been shown at many of the leading theaters
"VICTORY" is issued by PARAMOUNT-ARTCRAFT, which
fact in itself should convince theatergoers that a Really Bad Pic
ture is never the result of their efforts.
Wc want to impress upon the public's mind, that our hesitation
about this picture's presentation was not because we thought it a
bad picture for had it been we would not show it under any con
ditions. It is BRUTAL but the artistry that surrounds its every
movement removes the sting of the indifferent the mediocre
or the bizzare.
HHAT KAU5 AT Ol'AKIIll DlUJr. STOHI3
PKICKSt MATINKi: .'1O0 TO Sli.MI, NH.I1T 81.00 TO 3.00
AND P. S."
One coupon asking us to NOT show the picture appended this
reason: "I have a boy and a girl and they are patrons of your
theater. They desire clean entertainment." In answer to this
we state emphatically that "VICTORY" is NOT UNCLEAN, only
BRUTAL; but we are always attentive to our patrons. So
Children NOT ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT, will be refused