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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920.
RUBBER STORE IS
A. h. Wait Estimates the
Robbers Got Goods to
V alue of $3,000.
The sppctnele of a store lootoiof
tMCttcally Us cntlro stock of goods
ptttcd A. I Wnlt, proprietor of tho
niblicr Bpods establishment at 409
South Houldnr avenuo, when ho on
trd lilw place of buMlnrsH nt 4
o'tlock Stiturdny morning,
Hntmnco was gained through ono
of the rrar windows. Automobile
tracks showed where i( truck Itml
bffn backed through tho alley Just
Miuth of tho storn to tho rear where
the loot wan londed Into It. The rob.
Mrs (tot away with about Hilt rubb'nr
, oats and all kinds of mitomohllo ac
cresorlcn. Mr, Walt estimate the
tolrn poods to bo valued at arouirft
When hi closed tho ntbre Friday
nl(?ht Mr. Wnlt left thn electric Hunt
burning. Ho awakened In hln apart
ment ncross the street from tho store
shortly beforo I o'clock and when lie
noticed thn nlaco dark, wont over to
SUM IS GIVEN MISSION
Itrilrvmlng fxivp 1mrili IlulldlnR
Fund AuKinrntcil Ity Clft of
A rift of $1,000 made last week
by Mn. Levins. McKnllt, 1157 North
Menvor, for tho SSO.000 Mission of
liedeetnlnp I3vc, to tie erected nt
107 South Iltwton. will head tho sub
scription for tho new bulldlntr, for
which active solicitation will cotf
rr.once thli week. Specifications and
blue prints for tho building, whloh
would ordinarily amount to II, M00,
were contributed by Uiyton, Hmlth
A b'orsyth. nrohltocts, of Oklahoma
City. A building permit was sn
currV Thursday, and excavation for
the basement l now rnlnit on. Tin
bullrtlnff will be four stories In
helrht and constructed of ron'orced
concrete with a red crnnlte front,
which hfl been promised bv the
Rod (Iranlte Copper and Water Tower
omp.iny of Tuhn MIm Minnie II
MIHnd I superintendent of tho
t lesion -and Ivan Clroy financial
CONVENTION HALL. TUESDAY EVE, MARCH 9
Carson Concert Course
.Mctropillum Opera Company
It wtifc ono of tl' ptonsnntoi-t
natK rocltnN wo have llrttcnoil
to since the Kiilili'n dajn or
Marcellai Sembrlcli of Kldcii
New York TIiiicm
tireatost American Violinist
Mr. .Spnuldlng Is today In tho
Trout rank or tho world's violin
ists. New York Tribune
PRICES: SOc, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Scats on Kilo Satunlay, March 0 nt Jenkins' Music Store
fccwon Ticket Holders .Must Call for Ticket nt Jenkins
REV. KERR TALKS
TO THECITY CLUB
Program Enlivened With
Stories Told by an
Kxplanntlon of tho' "Intcrchurch
Movement" was irlven the mnnibai
of tho Tulsa Cliy club at tho Satur
day noonday luncheon by Hov U. W.
Kerr, pastor of the First Presby
terian church, who ban Just re lily nod
from a cam pa Urn tour In tho interest
of thn proposition.
The lesson tho war brnueht tn thn
churches," said Itev. Kerr, "was
tho Importance of a unified cam
paign, Ucforo tho armlra of the al
lies wero united under ono command
they wero able to mako no progress
npalnst tho lojrlons of tho kaiser i
Itilt whCn one dlrectinit power itov
ertiod tluir actions It was no looser
thn raso of savltiR I'arls, but of
pressing on to lleriln. Tho churches
must ceaso to work Independently If
thn greatest Rood Is to bo accom
plished." Will M. Creesy, nn actor of Inter
national reputation, delimited tho
member with stories of his oxpe
renocB while encaged In Y. M. (.'. A.
work ovorseabi with tho boys In tho
Tliaitks to Iirislni;.
The t'nltei' Staten of America
onwt to Hubert Jaiinlns: tho fiuit that
It U not Involved In the Impractic
able project of veniTPrtnco decried
niMlnst tlw formt-r llomian cmiwwr
by the allies at tho I'arls oonferoivco.
aecnsUiry Inslng had tho percep
tion to foresee and the coumitc to
point out tho difficulties nnd iUn
rims this Hchomo of revrnno in
vclvcd, New York Hun and Herald.
Sll ill lM MM II l I
fh ' )-y ' 'j- .;4$i
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ltnlo Nrwt I'rlitM.
CI.IIVI LAN P. Ohio 1 .b 2 Tho
price of thn Sunday I'laindralnr and
the .Sunday News-Loader will bo 10c
ovorywbere, cntnmcncliiB tomorrow,
duo to the constantly rlsltiK cost of
nil labor nnd materials In the cost
of newspaper production. It was an
TuImiIcix Send DclcKalcs,
M'Miiih x i,f iho Tu salo luh a'
Why PyragsiicI ?
Ask Any llmiiBlst 1 1 pit llrpesleil
.4lrs Mstp tsrie I'rsmlil Ikn
SHNP FOH rilKIl THIAU
Mailed frnn In plnln wrapper. It
gives you relief, (lot a CO-oent box
at the r mectlni; al ro"ti yrotcnlny .tajp s toi'.'rll, ('emf crat. "e ve !- !ihi!ri v,,l Imvo no power to
voted to send t d. Jennies In Iho Tho r lu t) ti-m Midi d Ph a Ion of l,,n n,, oiner ni' jni'ers of the club
tioiitiai llsan conimltlve and elected ia previous ineeilns; Indorfiim the in f iwlt ii'imm Carl C Mapreo was
Walter O'Hannon. republtiviu. and otinpartlwin inovoni 'tit, and tlu ir 1 the principal speaker.
X -J. -
FRED FAUNT LE ROY
One of the his special featuro musical nets with Henry nnqtiemore's
Musical Comedy at the 1 loyal theater this week, h tart In K today's mutlnoo.
The romantic tale of an "ugly duckling" who was
bred in a convent and went to bed at nine. Till she
reached New York nnd learend to grow fine
feathers. Then Husband found he'd married a
wife who could fly!
Tho spell of stage and studio. The charm of fash
ion and lovely gowns. The lure of bohemian
gaiety. With some of the inner angles of what is
All brilliantly picturized in a big, appealing love
KCURKN TIMKt lti.tO, I2tl5, 3, 3:15, 4:30,
"nsia, 7. 8:ir, siao
Admission 3(lv, Children 10c
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Vou Have .Vi lilra llmv Wondrrful
I'rsmlil Is I n III luu Try II.
of 1'yrtinild l'lln Trentmnnl of ny
dniKKlst. .lie relli'vcil of Itclilnir.
protruding plies, bemnrrlinlils nnd i
such rectal troubles, A shiKln ho '
hu.H often been nulllelent in one i
filplit. Send coupon for freo trial.
Tali no substitute.
MAT I NHIl
AT UVST THI'.V Ami HKItll
ljcnry Ronuemore's gjg Mlisicill Comedy
"rm: snow tn' m Ai.ri Y"
rnil.Vl Tlir.lll OW N SI'M'IM, OIU'IIKST IIA
20 PEOPLE 20 10 SIGHTLY GIRLS 10
5 FEATURE VAUDEVILLE ACTS 5
MUSICAL COMEDY VAUDEVILLE COMIC OPERA
itoi:.n into dm: mm; show
LOOK AT THESE FEATURES:
hTHr.li (iflTAIl A 1 tTI STi
STTtlMi riDDI.i:" WI.AUD
Hcrmon L. Mundcn
tRL'E SAMl'I.E COUl'ON
PTRAUin pntio COMPANY.
Wl I'jrmmM 111,1c., Manhtll, Mich.
Klndlr m s Pree ttmrtl of
Fyiunla m Trutafcnti tn pltlu wriipr.
Him. '. !
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JIMMIE WILLIAM'S RAGTIME ORCHESTRA
Opening Today With the Pretty Nuutical
MUSICAL COMEDY "BILLIE'S TROUBLES"
(Kl'KCIAIi HCUNIC I'llODIKTION)
l'IU)(illM CHN(ii;i) Tl IXDAV ANI TIU HSDAV
K IIHYIIOIM'S t.OI .NO AMI ANMIODV
Jfiomas 7. Jnce
THEY have done it again! Followed their great
laugh hits, "23 s Hours' Leave" and "What's
Your Husband Doing," with another picture so
funny it will keep you laughing for days.
All about a young doctor who needed money and
a pretty girl who needed love. Not Cjuite all, liutj
plentyl Also about Mary's ankle, without which
there would havo been no story!
Come and see it the picture of course and wo
guarantee a pain in your side from over-laughing.
SCHEDULE: 9:46, 11:15, 12:30, 2, 3:15, 4:30,
5:45, 7, 8:15, 9:30