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Wore in the Limelight at
State Convention at
RAMPANT EN ROUTE
Tulsa Favored Location for
Next International Meet
of Moose Order.
Of the 100 lodKPH roprosontPil nt
the Brand lodco nicotlnt? otti" Ixyal
orilr of Mooso for tho stiiton of
Ki'.khs. MlfROiirl, Oklahoma nnrt No
l.r,kn liotfl Inst week ot l'onca
ritv none excelled Tulsa In "pep,"
tu.lse And frnternnt tnciKy, ncc-ord-Ir.g'tn
ltndney II. Urnndnn, supremo
i,m retary, who catno from Moose
hr,iri. HI.. !;ll0 ,n 11,0 ,our ,la'H'
If the Tutsans ko nftcr tho 1923
(nun .itional convention ns they
.l.ir.0 to innko overyono here
y,.,v tn.it Tulsa is rnado up of live,
will, awake nnrt energetic men nnd
..n.n I lo not sco how any other
ti'.- in keep Tult-a from Kntttnt? tho
meelirfr." all Mr- Urnndon.
..f the lodges In tho four states
tmlnrrt Tulsa for tho 1323 Inter
t, itinn.il meeting, a resolution beliiB
uijopfcd to bo forwarded to tho su
nreme lodce meeting to bo held next
jimnth at Mooscheart, netting forth
Tulsa's nmbitton. backed up by tho
endorsement of tho chamber of com
merro and other civic bodies.
The Tulsans went to Ponca City In
n jneclal Pullman, KreeUnc tho peo
rip In all towns nlonc tho way, de
spite tho rain, with a se.rles of yells
nnd erifs In which tho nnmo of Tulsa
was frequently used. On tho side of
ths ear wero several eloKans of
"We're from old Tulsa."
' With a fix-hour layover at Perry
tho Tulpnns put In every moment
advertising tho Maple City by parad
ing up and down; tho drIU team, In
charge of Georfro W. Byard. attract
ing crowds alonp tho streets.
Arriving In Ponca that nlsht, tho
Tulsans asaln won plaudits In
matching up town to tho accompant
merit ot: 'Howdy, Howdy. P-A-P;
ve're tho emblem of tho M-O-O-S-K.
r.tt tho passport, get tho rap. Howdy,
Howdy, Pap." followed by, "Ran.
rah, ro. Who aro wo? 414 from
The lensth of tho-strcots country
rIyie of Perry and Ponca City wor
ried the Tulsans moro than tho heat
or other things that they wero accus
tomed to, and developed nn abnormal
appetite among all of the Tulsans,
which doveloped tho additional cry
of "When do wo cat."
Ponca City outdid herself In dec
orating for the convention, and ar
ranging for entertainment features,
but In pulling off stunts and Bide
show events tho Tulsans taught tho
Ponca committee a number of things
in the way of fun making.
When things began to slow up
Monday night tho Tulsans appro
priated a superannuated baso drum
and with their own drill horns took
to the streets and for two hours kept
everyone amused with their playing
nnd antics. livery storo or show
was invaded, and tho Tulsans only
Hopped when they could not toot
any more from pure exhaustion. I ne
rhlef of police of Ponca intimated
that they were blocking traffic, so
he was forcibly carried off tho street
nnd locked up, being released only
fcfter promising to "let Tulsa have
anything she wanted."
The business sessions wero held in
the handsome now city auditorium
built last year at Ponca City, with
E F. Frank of Emporia, grand dicta
tor, presiding. Georgo Byard of
Tulsa was grand outer guard, being
advanced at the election Wednesday
morning. K. P. Stringer, vice dic
tator of Tulsa lodge, was chosen a
Becauso no other degren team
competed, there was no prize offered,
the Tulsans refusing to accept tho
cup that would have been bestowed.
Th last day of the meeting tho
101 ranch gave a buffalo and deer
barbecue at miss, eighteen miles
south of Ponca, followed by a wild
west show, similar In many respects
to t)m formerly given by tho 101
show when It was on tho road. More
than 15,000 nttonded this show,
nhle more than 2,000 attended the
The 1921 grand lodge meeting Is
to be held at Pittsburg, Kan. .
delivered three talks to the Moose,
United States Bonator R. Tj. Owen
end A. A. Small of Tulsa also spoke,
Kant SUt St., ar Lewis
Brniam. Firm na BuJalni pUms.
Porch atnctnr lukiti.
Tflfphnuo J.tS IlrtiTfrn It and
1, or after 6 pm-
M'153 Edith Kreider
"US Panlcl Illdg. rhoneO-1272
auaCi LibUU( uikitm ImikuI
u rnir. niMf tnm Urolilf,
,T",!C1 SlM IUiaiM-
V r BMaini.m A.
If HTjifT'S B1LVK fails In tbt
trraimect of ITCH. XCZEMA.
Hchlnr akin dUOMi. Prlr
We l aroftlsts, or dlrtet from
LLIkharli HitlclM C,Uwi,Tll
poowL Hulr r
PLAN HIGHBROW COLONY
Tumnlrrnftrn. flan Mountain u,uo
for Men of (.cuius.
I1EHKKI.EV, Oil. Mv 30 r,
nyaUon Koine l now undei
Known as the Tamnlcraftrrs nn
organization of Krniue las pur
chased 100 acres on .Mount Kt Hel
ena, on which It exports to estatillh
nn nrt nnd literary renter vlildt will
overshadow even tho Hoyrroftcrs nt
1. 1st Aurora, X. y
Only genuine prod nrers win be
ellplbln for memhershlp. The pro.
Tirctlve member must have nn nrtis
tlr or llternry bent, or bo ah to
ninkj rnmethliiH with his hands.
Members of the clut arc plnrtgod
to help the grnul In tmlt to
make It possible for him to gle to
tho world hi riches, and eventually
It l.i said, the rlub will dedicate t
work to down-nnd-outern of all
The site chosen by th Tamal
rrnfters for their rnlonv Is wlihln n
short dlnanre of the Silverado of
ltobert Louis .Stevenson nnd providoi
nil the mitlirnl beauty and natural
perspective neccmitv for the iin
trammelfd expression of cenlus
FEW RAIL MEN QUIT WORK
Rtrllio Anrmunn'd for Clilitnito VhIIi
CHICAGO. May 3ft. Although
nffirers of the l ulled Kngliienien's
association, a seceding railroad
union, declared an extensive walk
out of englnemen. firemen and
switchmen would take plure today In
lhn ChlcniM district, he.ulw of rail
roads sild that fewer than 200 -vieti
had fjutlo work. About 160 em
ployes of the Chlrago .lunctlon rail
road weie reported out, with 2f. re
ported out on the Chicago ,t Alton.
I'nJon officials snld tho men le
ci(ed to walk out na a protect
ngalnst the refusal of th" rallwav
labor board to grant a Hearing to
their reprcsentutiveK nnd notion of
the railroads In canceling seniority
rights of those who struck In April.
GREEKS OCCUPY THRACE
Turks Surprised That Troop Mmo
Ilcforti Formal Treaty Action.
Greek troops began the occupation
of Turkish Thraco Prday. and tho
first train load has arrved opposite
M. Canello Poulos. Greek high
commissioner nt Constantinople, snys
tho occupation has been without In
cident. Surprise was expressed by Turkish
offlnlaln t)l:lt lhn oeelinntlnn lind ,
gun prior to formal nrtlon on the
peaco ireaiy wnn iurKey.
WOULD STEAL ELEPHANT
Hoy Plans to AbMWtu! Wltli I'acJiy
tlcrin ns Ills Slmrc of Ijoot.
CINCINNATI, May 30. The at
tempt of a 15-year-old boy to steal
an elephant from n circus perform
ing hero nnd ride away with it will
nppenr In the annual report of-tho
local juvenllo court. The youngster
was caught as ho was trying to climb
on Uin lephant's back. What to do
with his prizo after ho had It on his
hands, ho said had not occurred to
Tales of India, tho lad admitted,
had fired his Imagination.
Ho was placed In custody of tho
Juvenllo court nnd sent back to his
parents, who IIvo In Michigan.
I lll-.lnekeru f.nl -in.
S. T. Wolfe, an Indian living near
Sand SnrincTK. rennrted In lhn online
early Sunday morning that two men
iii-jaujvi'u mm near r nsco ana urauy
shortly after midnight Saturday
night, taking J 2." in bills. Mrs
Benny Kendrlcks was robbed of 15
a few minutes later by the same men
Tho hl-Jackers wpre riding In a Hud
son touring car, tho victims said.
Mooro and Mcglcy Present tho
Miniature Musical Comedy
- . II I - ... 1.1. I.
'Once Upon a Time'
And a Splendid CnM, Inrliidlns
Loon ixonanl nnd Klght Otliers
"Tho Act neautiful"
Tho IVionnlltv Slugcr-Como.
dlan Pop l'lus Punch and
Wilson and Larsen
"Illls of Oddities"
Special rratured Attraction
Tim and Kittie
"Memories of the Dance"
Jn "Tho Huntsman's Dream"
Eitrn Added Attraction
Assisted by Her SUtcr
In Original Wind Written by
TWO SHOWS TODAY
Vuudevlllo at 2'I5.8;15 p. nt.
IS TURNED DOWN
4 - -
Cleveland County Man
Must Serve Life
OKLAHOMA CITY. May 30
Having received a sentence of !!(
Imprisonment after pleading giillly
to murder In Jackson county while
his appeal was pending from the
sentence of four year ImprNoninent
for manslaughter In Cleveland
on nly, clmilex Holden's appeal
from the I'lcyelnnd county sentence
wns dismissed bv the cilmlnal court
of appeal yesterday on motion of
The court also dismissed motion
of tho plaintiff the appeal of Char
ley Crisp, sentenced Hv ,nKtrlct
court of Grady county on 11 charge
of grand larrcny and the appeal of
JohnSherwood from tho county
court of I'.iyno county fiom a fceti-ti-nco
of 60 das In Jail and n fine of
$100 for violation of 1)10 prohibi
The criminal court of appeals
rendered opinions affirming jurs
ment of lower courts In tho follow
Holt Powell fiom thn 'district
court of Tuls, county, two years In
the penitentiary nnd 50o fine f jr
second offense of violating tho pro
hlbltlou I.IW: John Martin from thn
I district rourv of Crali; county, 35
years in tiio penllentlnry for man-
slaughter; pave Thompson from thnl
district court of Kiowa coiuit. jx
monlhs In tlie refornmt (irv 11 f nenii.
lie for stealing an automobile, I. M
Hlnchre from the dstrlet court ilf
Tulwi county, one year In tho peni
tentiary for forgery, H II Klshon
from the dlsltlct court of Tuls.i
lounly, 15 years In the penitentiary
for m po.
MAMMON RULES CHURCHES
Itellginn Kocs Us Iiloals Tlirough
MaiT to Coiltrlblitlou llo,
HKI!ICI:m;y Cal., May ,0.
''The churches of today thrive on
dollars. Tho church Is losing Its
Ideals through the contribution box
The woi IJ. Is- changing rapid. y. and
thl!' nee Is degenerated. Women, on
the whole, are today as eager for
participation In Men as tho men "
Tills stinging rharacterlMtlon of
church conditions una delivered by
icv. .1 11. Hiaeuer. Kan Kranclsco.
i'.iklng befitro tho Lutheran aynod
NEGROES OPEN MEEETING
Co-opol-ntloii if Haivs Is Pica Made
at Nntloiuil Assm-liitlon .Meeting.
ATLANTA, May HO Pleas for tho
co-operation of tho races In efforts
to solve tho problem before them
was voiced by speakers nt tho open
ing session hero today uf the Na
tional Association for tho Advancement-
of Colored Poople. moiling In
the south for tho first time in Ha
history. Today's audlenco was com
posed almost entirely of negroes
Moorflcld Storey, president of tho
national organization, was unablo to
attend and Arthur 11. Spngarn, Mcc
president, presided, reading an ad
dress from Mr. Storey. Oovernor
Hugh Dorsey also was absent, hav
I life been called from tho city. It wan
stated The speakers Included Mayor
James j. Key. P.evertnd M Aahby
Jones nnd James W'eldon Johnson,
a negro field eecietary of the organi
Of course you want good looking hIr.
Your hair wall be maitJnurl if you use
Nelson's Hair Dressing
Nelioa'f lis b?ea lit
(iforlte fcilr trfi
ilot v)tb pirtlc
or Bfiil 3 year.
All tOi dfQf itOfft
ta V. S. fctrp Nrl
on'. He mrttoftt
Ctnufoc NctlOfl .
Ndiroo'i ulll uitte 70a proud of roar baity
NELSON MFG. CO., Richmond, V.
Hot Weather Special
ONE WEEK ONLY
STARTING TODAY WE OFFER THE
Famous Tulsa Electric
Flat Iron at $5.00 '
The Tulsa iron is full six pounds and 13
guaranteed by the manufacturer and our
selves. Regular price $6.75. Our stock is
limited so order your iron early and be sure
of getting one. Telephone orders filled in
Electric Supply Co.,
21 EAST FOURTH STREET
TKI.HIMIONK OSAOK OK CUDUt (100
MDinni ovizs shop association
TULSA DAILY WOULD.
HONOR DEAD HEROES
1 Memorial Hay Will lie Ob-enid In
Arlington With Honor for l'lr-t
Tlino to Herein War Head.
WASHINGTON. May 30.- IWnrn
' Hon of graxes of those w I.m fell In
iKi.inep 111, the world war will lie in
cluded tomorrow for the first time
'in tho Memorial day serlces nt Ar
1 tlngton notional cemetery
The srrtlon set aside, ns the last
I resting place fur those who died in
I the world war nnd for veterans of
I that conflict is expected to be Visltti!
tomorrow by 11 large portion of the
ithriUMinds who go to Arlington each
IMemorl'il day. UiM year none of the
overseas dead had been returned and
only 11 few weeks ago weie the first
I bodies transferred fiom cemeteries
1 In Kinncnnnil Kngland to Arlington.
Tho memorial nmplilthiatcr, re
cently dedicated, also will be used
lor the first time. Oeiieiil Ptndilng
will make the annual iddress.
A monument to Itenr Admiral
Charles AVIlkes. dllscoveier of the
Antaictir continent, will be unveil'"!
and a wrenth will be plai ed by the
! Hxplorers' club ou the grave of Hear
Admiral Penr. discoverer of the
I not th pole. Tho bitter will be made
1 nn annual reieinnny.
Government activities, with the ex
ception of congress, will gclicrnll)
bo suspended tomorrow.
SOFTEST SNAP ON RECORD
linnsao Scluxil Trnrdicr (iets Sr "
.Month for 'o PuplN.
C.tltNNKI.I.. Kan. May 30 - -MIsh
Audrey Trilejiian, teacher In the
Orove countv district school No 30.
Is believed to have the "nofost"
lenchlng Job In Kansas.
Tho total enrollment of the t;rliool
Is two pupils. Miss Trucman receives
n. monthly salary of $7f,.
AVern the salaries of all other
teni'hers prorated at ho rn(e pild
MWs Truoman undoubtedly there
would be n large number of "cml
nently satisfied" school niti'nuin.
TAKE SAUCE OFF TABLE
Ton .Many Thirsty Ones Preceded ,
Meal by Nip or Wort-ester. I
KANSAS CITY, Mo . May .10 - j
Slnre January Ifi. when the lsth
amendment became iffective. It in.
been necessary tn remove Worces
ter snuce from restaurant tildes nc
cording to the proprietor of a mid
dle class restaurant here
"We found that 11 great mnnv of
our customers, who had been In the
hahlt of getting an 'appetlrer' before
eating a meal, substituted W'orceste
sauce." tho restaurant keeper slid.
So many- of them drank an 'eyo-
opener' of tho nance whllo waiting
for their meals, Hint wo 'have taken
It off tno tables."
Will b tn Tu! for short whit
W treat your Irro th nalurn wuy
Kill everything that ram the sti
for 11, (liiarantred for two yeara.
hre 11. It. Henry A hoil,
TULSA t" 7
, Steve Savage, wrestling cham
pion; $100 to any local man
who stays 15 minutes.
m VI ss
MONDAY, MAY 31, 1020
make farmer wage higher
n-iilillinti Mili-Contniltln t'rgc
Mlein lor (Hi t onipetltloii.
M'U A 1 1 UK, M.iv .1" The need
of making .iiU'iiltui.il wauci com
pel live wlm cllv wages an. I the ne
cesitv of the goVeriimeiu tn find n
in -ins of liuporlnK fertllljer at n
pil.eth.it Americin farmers will pit
for It, were tinphaslted today In ic
porls tiiHile piltillc lit mib-coinmltleeii
of the lepubllcHii iin I Idin ) oumml'
tee i advisory coinmlttiv on poll '!
li is planned to submit the slgfes
Hons to the plnHorm cnmmlltee of
the rrpiiblirnn national conven.lnn at
The sub-cnminlllee rSiortlng on
ngf,cultiire. of whih Tnlted States
feimior Arthur Cupper of Kulisas
was ibatrman, urged Hist 11 mil on '
oiiiitu-sion tie appointed to c ordl
nale nil iuil.walcr nml motor trans
poit with adequate fscllllles for re
ceiving, (handling am) tmiisportlnn
food between cities, This coinmis
slnn II was said would render u
Kitat mill. nml good at this time
EASTERN ARMISTICE BROKEN
Seirn-liny Trim- llclwcin Itepublcs
of (.coiula and Aei ballaii Kmls.
(DNSTANTINOlM.n. May 21 -Th"
setcn day ai'mlstlie between the
republics ..r (JeotgnT and Azerbaijan
was bioki-n four dins after It went
Into effed. ureorilltig to messages
fmui Tlflls loduv. .
The riiilie situation In the Caucasus
tins beioino so 01 lent ally complex
that een tho sh.11 pest of western 1
minds here seem unable to coilipie
hend II. I nrelgn observeis III (leorgla
i.nd Armenia, however, offer no hope
that good for Aiiijenia In coming "lit
of it. 1
LABOR" CANDIDATES NAMED
New Yorkers Meet nnd Nominate
Woman for Culled Mates Scnalor,
SCHHMOCTADY N Y , May 30. -
ft I'KTI Itl'.H II 111(1 lll'.l'.I.H
Todny, Monday, Tuesday
tn ti id 11 r ti roNTiNroi's
7herc ARE women
who would barter
their souls for
luxuries and a
Is there ONE in
YOUR life ?
WIUMM FOX HtCSCmi
M.VvUT M I'llll rltOllft'TION
The i?rriilt nifiry fif niiitilllon errr
tllnird The (Iniiiiutlc ulury of u uiiiti
iiri'a reiiiK. The iiuiMt aellaillliiiiul
pti(itnilH' ii( Uin )ntr,
lltr, "V TUO-I'WIT fOMKflV
"PALS AND PUES"
mitt .wTTjuri' fiMir.nv
LATEST" FOX NEWS
III .Sew ( hiiplrr ot
Nni( ftrrnt l.ow lit
aiju.ts aop kiiiu:s lpa
(liu'luflfd War T;ii)
romlnx TlinrwUr. !hlH. Hntunluj
,rniu rilm Citrporiilloti nrr-Hi-ntu
Cnrl M(iilf iuii flrflrf WMtnr.v In
"Tli ( luinitirr My Irrj',M thf lrt
t omul) ilp.mib of tUf rur()ir Mff
Brut hit lnrr "Mlclifj Alwt WAt
rrn riiDloiituj prrnt l.nniifll Iul
tnft, tin- funifHiN millinv hinmflf, In
"Arnn t li n ( lumm," ilcudl) ilninui f if
llir urftt A I .u I'ftii.U AUmi In "A
JtMtihf ul HUrUfitnUli," lu.pnrt rfiin
nly. A'" " lv (liiptrr of "Hit fmt
(lly'uf Hit Afrlcnn Itjiiclr. ninttlnn
Jtinnlbi llHiikfu. Ortirjtf Chrvrbru uml
I nuik ('lurk.
Honl romrdlanfi Snappy 1'lnyn And n ClioriiM Tlint
SIM; AM) l)AN li
On tho fitaD
J i i
All NVw l'ri)srjin Totnnrrtnv
Miillncc Tilay Any Si'ut -'fr, f lilldrcn Ifto
.M'Vl I. Ml of c unlet it. f T ' i'i "f f
uin 1 I m.'i d open it 11k next
fl nn ll r n'lii'i 11 i I 1 TikIiI ntl I .1
plank 111 the plaMoim 1H lllriK el)
prolillilllon occupied the gicater
put of todnt s closinB session of the
lOlivenllen of the Amerlrm labor
paitv of New Ymk state
Two 'wrlmen were given plaoes
oil the ticket. Miss Hose Jtrhrvlder
rnsu of New Vork '.n nominated
for rnlted Hl.tlna soliator nnd Mrs
William J- Pink of CaUhlll for smte
The plntform committee recom
memled a pi. ink provldlnn foi loral
option on Uslht wines nnd beers. Thy
brought a storm of protest, women
delegates leading Hie opposition. Tho
committee later siibsiltuied Hie
plitnk tatorlni: the submission of
prohlblllon lo leferendiim. This
wn iilianliiiously Hdopled
1 tiiHiit Is Head.
NKW Y iRK. Mav SO News of
the death In Montreal Of AvlVnie i
Duponl. ineslilenl of the Hup .111
Rnft-ty piwder comiviny of that clt
was nnnoiinced hsrw tmlny by ln
widow, Mrs. fluniitiitl, Itipont H.
1... ...Im .Ifillnlinil 111
'criii ciiiii en'. ' .
Mi.xlio ns an nuilllor for lbs K I
Ibipnnl de Ne MOlirs rompniu 01
Wilinliigton, Del I In tettirtieil 1..
New York in 1913 and a year bit' 1
mnrrled Mrs. Husiin Harris Htron
widow of Cyrus Mollis Ulronir f
llliighaiiitou, N Y
Ii'ihw to Ari'tlr Heglons.
Nl-.W Y " I K May 3D clirl-l'sn
l.edrii. Norwegian exploier in
nounccd tod.it that be win ct.irt 11
bis sixth 1 xpttll'ieii to Aui 1 10,1.11
in lulv ,
frr 1U U'ltiiilrtfiil Mit nt
TtNlnj-. Almnlur Tiiniliijr mill
rnnUniiiiifri-'in A M In tl I M
He IliU urertt ilruimi of n HitiMrttm
fernery i inuNiltl'l nut for innnrv lint
(nr n unniiin'H luippinr.- mi' my
jou would hittn iluiio Hit Miunr,
I nit -i Mil I'lfM-m
In ii TrriuriHloiul) lrtiinntUi rlrliiri
"THE FORCED BRIDE"
Ml im I a forgrr nut u,rrlinr? Ciiinf
ti tlm In lh IUr itf liruiillfiil l'rgiry
Hr holil-t ulim hrr fullirr'n fittnl alt t
could inriiit li.t.iplhOM tn rt rrjtiiHl)
uml luirin to uniir. Hid he iJr um r
iniirr tht rrlniliiiil tulrut tlntt lititl put
1dm behind prlnuii Imti, or did Iin
Mrrltl(f IdniMrlf for lirr? on'll Itnm
tlir iiiKurr u lint jnu fi htNiiillfiil
tnr .Miii-I,ur?u In "Hip I'tirxnl
Itrltlr. tlif ktninicrMl. trndrrr-.! pli--fiir
Hint sn rtir iiir tiMd forttina
to iii't. Don't hiIm It.
NEAL HART ,
In n 'In In nf thn I'laln
Cjilmiln Arllim Out "f llie 1IV.I
"THE BULL THROWER"
Tan I'll"! laillllllllll i'llll IU-rl
In Srt In IjiI ( li.intnr f
"ELMO THE MIGHTY"
4 next iir.h n mav um.lh
AIH'I.Tri 30r lUIHWKS 10c
nm 1 1 iff Thurvd.i). I'rldfi), hii iinlnj
HIIHfim I n. (irritriitu .liidnllrnn
Tnnir In ,,lhr Iron limit," frprthil,
AUo Hoot tillion In "lhn Ixnm
IIiiiuI," I iiUt-rHl Wrufrrn, AUu Ytn
hunhliip lotiit-dr, "Triilnlnv for llu
liniidn," AImi Wlllhtm Diiihmu In "lhn
MUnt AvniKrr, ' VltiiKriipli Utrt
mil rvi TLi-uvrrm
On llio bt'rrt'ii
ASK FOR OWNERSHIP
"dllccllio Plan Is Ailtocatnl bj So-1
cl.illts nt Mtvllng In (icnrgl.i. .
ATLANTA. (In , May SO. - "Collec-!
live ownership" of factories, mines, j
railways nnd ah other principal 1
means of production nnd dlstrlbn l
Hon was advocated ns a mens oft
lIVAI-rtltllHt. ll, 1,1. .. ll-. I a '
. ,. i'i .11 1 ini 11 K'l'.'l"' 1
III a.l,1l..anM l..n . .. .... itl i
j ,(, piivitiiini
Hewnour Steidinin of I'bli.iiro
noiuliiatrd b lb. i,ills f,,t k .
president an. I oilier so, inlls' le id
els who 1 nine bore 1 1 . rd.t t '.i 110
nfv 1 n-ciie I'. I i In tl.im , fr ,
I I ll pt Mil I I l.ll V fnrlll.l'.y i.f 111.
nenilli 1' I'll fin pn Iin, t .1
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NO DOPE NO ACKTANtMOr.
TRY IT AND Bt COMrORTAIILE
IT'S LIQUID -OUICK CfFtCT
7iomas 7(. 7ice fnM(t 1 '
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ine uarK mirror
Fatty Arbuckle in
"The Desert Hero" '
Wednesdny and Thursdny
Earle Williams in .
"The Master Stroke"
(Monday nnd Tuesday)
TIio Bik Dotiblc-Hcacler) Prournm
rorinor (Tilof of llio TT. K. Bi-crrt RtIc In Ills tnui-to-lirc ilotpctlvo
capiTliMiwN I'lilllltil, "Tim Puppy Trill I,"
cr.NTntY ro5ii:i)Y and
Tills i-ntlro piiiriuii It
AdnilhAlrin Clilldrrn, miy tout
n fi line frin. rd In red was am
ifdd(d in (lie hP
A'l.ickn were ma.lo on the dsmo
.r.itic and republlmn parties and
mi Prf.enl Wilson by James
d Sea) of New York.
Help llnrtiwt Crop.
SEW YOHIt. May .10 Two hun
dred lliilrh f irmeis, who will help
bartrsi Hie wheat crop In the mid
dle wist diirln the coming t.um
iii.t, iriited todny on lhn Holland
Aiiuri. 111 line steamshtp. nolter
daiii fiiim Hotterdnni They will
m fn.in here to Minnesota, Nor h
and vouili takolt and other states In
ih. wbeni 1, ell
Irn rironUfl Writes
You . uin ii afford to carry
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Laws of Defense"
William J. Flynn
flrxt run In Tnliui.
llti-j AilnllH, miy hivit 2flo
you can see
a m az ing,
screen c d !
Humor, pathos ro
mance, love, adven
ture every human
emotion in a per