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High School Girl Playing
Opposite Eddie Polo
HAS PLENTY OF WORK
Bays Movio Life Is Not One
of Ease But of Real,
To rise from "extra" to lending
lady in half an hour all because
being a blondot
TWs wan the most "unreal" of tho
"real" expcrlcncis of MIbm Thelmn
I'rico, Tulsa high school girl who,
while In Im Aiicelcs on n Malt
Mr. and Mrs. W. A Lombard, for
trior Tulsans. becamo infected with
tne mm fever, enlintcd as nn ' Vx
tra" with n. comedy company, and
wns finishing a plcturo an "lead" to
l.ildio Polo when ho was call o J
Jack to this clt two wcMs ago by
jne uinees or jier moliier ,Mr. A. 1
I'rlce, 603 North Cheyenne..
Mlsa Prlco went to California In
March and through an acquaintance
01 mo i.ororjnrii nccamo an "extra
in tho Frances Ford firm conmitiv
nt J7.C0 per day. Tor about ten weeks
line am service as a rjauilnir neauty
In ball room costume, and In tho viir
lous roles In which fernlnlno qonii
looks aro employed In he. films fun
ny. WJion she chanced td tho Hank
Mann company hur work was similar.
Then one fair day Miss Price, whq
nas very somen nair ana very Wue
eyes, was seen by ICildln Polo, one
of the few movie1 actors who does not
need to uso much iuako-up because
he Is so dark of complexion and who
always chooses a blondo co-nta for
the satno reason. Polo sawher one
noon ns sho was hurrying from
luncheon alone; tho Btreet at Holly
wood, went to tho studio which idio
yrtorcd, and nsked the director to
'call forth all tho blondes. This tho
director did, one by one, tho lout ono
neing .miss i'rico. nno was promptly
enpngea to piay mo leaning mem
inlno role In tho serial. "Circus Tlfo"
at J100 a week and with all a,ttlre
The plcturo was "shot" nt Untver
pal City and at I.os Anccles, Mlxs
Price said. Ilor part wan that of
vlllago girl Into whose home a cir
cus performer Is brought for care
Vafter an accident "under tho big
top . xuo Kin marries tne perform-.
er ana enters circus urn with mm
further complications of plot being
caused by her Jealousy of a hart-
back rider who turns out to bo tho
kidnapped sister of the hero. This
picture has not yet been roleased
and may be marketed under nnotlicr
Such luck as hers seems to be tho
usual reason far tho rise of stars In
the film firmament. In Miss Price's
opinion. "Good looks aro not abso
lutely necessary." she said last week,
"You need not bo a 'raving' beauty
nt all. It's all in the way you pluito
graph that and hick or 'pull.' Bomo
actors nna actresses aro in reality
nuiio nomeiy. but tney 'screon' well
In movie parlance. Moststara tiro
not quite as good-looking off tho
screen na on."
I.lttlo stagoofrlght was folt by
Miss Price. "1 was Juiit a bit self
conscious at first, but soon got over
it," sue saia. Tilings In the movies
aroTiot always what thoy seem. Miss
Price stated. An oxamplo of "trick
work" was tho filming of her in tho
circus scenes In "Circus Life", An
she could not ride, she was photo
graphed only on horseback or In the
act oi mounting or dismounting
from a horso. whllo a doublo did I ho
bareback riding stwnts. Another falso
idea which Miss I'rico exploded was
that of frequent rehearsals. 'They
don't rchearso the play In advance
No, lndecdy. They Just rehearse euch
scene beforo tho 'shooting' of that
scene, and that Is all."
Life in the films Is not all play and
no work, as Miss Prlco described It.
"Sometimos wo had to work at nig it,
making pictures at 2 o'clock In 'he
morning. Tho late or early pic
tures wero for those scenes sun
posed toVccur in tho evonlng or at
night. At tho closo of the day's work
the director told oach ono what time
ho wanted him or her next dny. say
ing, for oxamplo, 'I wont you on this
set at a. m. snarp.-
An unpleasant featuro Is tho dls
ostrous effect on tho eyes of
"clcague light," a light by which all
scenes aro taken both by day and
flight ."Though this light throws a
soft illumination. It causes a con
dition slongily termed 'cleogue
eyes' ", causing almost everybody to
don colored glasses for rehearsals.
And O yes, girls, Miss Price had a
"flato" with Wallace Hem, wno es
corted her to the initial showing
In Los Angelos of "Sick Abed", his
own stellar vehicle shown at the
Palace theater rocontly. "Unit It's
being done In California having en
gagements with movie stars," Miss
Price uald.The girls out California
way don't consider tho event so very
Miss Prlco will probably not enter
mo movies, tnougn sno wants to, do
cause her father objects, Bho Is a
Junior at high school and 'most 19 as
v Curly hair can b nuuklr mada
straight, soft lad glossy by using
Nelson's Hair Dressing
There's nothing to equal Nelson's
for making stubborn, curly hair soft
and tuy to manage. It deans (lit
scalp and strengthens the hair roots,
makes tha luir grow. All good
drug stores tell Nelson's. Oct
iiuwD rtianuiacniruag Lt
CASED AT ONCE BY THE
ft 1" blfllMia. rass..
M DEPENDABLE ABSOLUTELY
. . TULSA DAILY WORLD,
Lady in Movies
Tulsan Shot Through
Left Shoulder While
Driving in Red Fork
While driving through Ited Toik
about 11 o clock! Saturday Arrhln
bcnoiu, 541 North Cheyenne, was
i.iiwuKii tne leu sliouider by
an unidentified per-on. Tho bullet
on tend from tho bnek nnd made
an upward trend, Just missing the
left lung and large blood vessels.
It stopped just beneatil the skin
of the chest. Attending physicians
said that although the wound was
very painful It would not prove
serious unless Infection and com
Plications set In. Mr. and MritW.
M qrrsham wero riding with
S-hnltz but neither of them wero
Scholli told nnlion nffir. ...,
after he had stopped tho car two
fellows rode Up nn a motorcycle,
one of them brandln!ilng a gun and
shouting "Well we got you that
time." The men then speeded up
nnd rode off, according to Hrhnltz.
He declared that ho could Identify
CONTROL WAS A FARCE
Anslrlun Government Iamhpiw Its
.tip or ixiinestlu (inilii
a. . . I
IB Austria has
domestic grain supply after a bitter
abolished government control of her
political fight In which the advanced
parties wero defeated by an over.
whelming vino of tho combined
Christian Soclallst-O rosso Dcutsch
lartles. Government control, It
alleged, was n "farce."
Whllo the gra n of Austria Is
negligible in tho .world's supply nnd
but a fraction of her own need, pas-
sage or mo decontrol act is Interest
lug as a popular demonstration of
the line of demarkallon hetaveon.tho
ine economic exnerts of the
socialist wing declared tho decontrol
net a reactionary measure In favor
or tno ngmrian clement and lire
dieted that bread prices would rise
uccausa or it.
HUERTA WANTS TO RETIRE
Private! Secretary Ilefutcs Humors
That Chief Won't Kho U.
MKXICO CITY. Aug. 15. lXu-
mors that provisional President de la
lluerta would refuse to retlro from
ortlco wncn his constitutional term
ends November 30 wero denied here
todrty by Miguel AlesMso Itobles, his
prlvnto secretary, In a letter to I'er
dando Igleslos Caldron. Mexican en
voy In Washington, lie declared de la
Hucrtn would turn over his office to
tho successful candidate in tho com
Ing election, even beforo his term
ends, being desirous to retire as soon
STREET DANCE A SUCCESS
Trades nnd tabor Council Jenrs on
nut Pavement I rollc.
Largo crowds thronged tho block
between Second nnd Third on
Jloukler Saturday night nt tho dance
given by the Tulsa Trades und La
bor council for tho benefit' of tho
picnic which tho council Is planning
to givo on iauor day, September 6,
The block had been washed off
earlier In the evening and cornmcal
sprlnklod on tho pavomcnt. More
than 400 tickets wero sold to tho
dancing pavilion, and It was esti
mated that nbout 1250 was cleared
on tho dancing and refreshments
which wero sold.
TEACHERS SET CONVENTION
Oklahoma City Again fiefs fintlier-
ink t)i tiKiiiiiiMiiu I'.uiieaiionai jfuny.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Anir IB
Tho executive committee, of tho Ok
lahoma location association in u
meeting held yesterday fixed the
dates for tho noxt annual convention
of tho organization, Tho convention
will be held In Oklahoma City, April
7, 8. and 9. next year. About 10.000
teachers attended tho last convention
hero this year, but a largo attendance
Is expected next cor
Tur, njna-oona. iu. 1 1& lxo I
trfmD.BU f.ilfJ. Mont's bait"
Yo fn vl.i. 0 our Utr,
A. h. UlaWfOa Co.. 1 atrnaa, Tt i aa
COr-OXIAL IlltPfJ rOMI'AXV
Summer Excursion Fares"
North and East
Atlantic City, N. J.
Niagara Fall., N. Y.
Buffalo, " '
Jamestown, N. Y.
(Tfjvfta farat do not include wataa)
Train No. 10 leaves Tulsa 6:05 pm arrives Saint Louis 7:53 am con
necting with through cars to principal northern and eastern resorts)
also with trains which arrive Chicago before 5:00 pm.
For additional Information phona or writ '
E. O. Ditlner, Pa'ssenger Agent, Frisco lines,
62 207 Daniel Building, Tulsa, Okla.
Friends of Irish Freedom
Will Keep Out of all
PoRtics, They Say
Following: the example of the na
tional council of tho organization.
tne local branch of the friends of
Irish Freedom nt a meeting held
Sunday nfternoon In the office of
A. F. Sweeney In the . HoblnsotM"
building decided to tnko no part In
local or state politics but at the samo
time took a strong stand 'against
randldates that favored the league
of nations In their fight for national
Tho following tcsolutlons recently
adopted by the national counclr wore
unanimously endorsed at yesterday's
First That thero Is Just cause
for gratification in the raut that
thn first organized expression of
opposition to tho league of nations
was made by tho Irish Itacb con
vention held nt Philadelphia on
tho 2 2d of February, 191S).
Second That that expression
was glve'n effect by the senate of
the" United States when In con
formity with an amused public,
opinion and with patriotic deter
mination to protect American In-
Biiiuiiuun it rriuseu lu rtilliy llie
trout v nrnnnsed hv the ir.lilent.
Third That in view of tho fact
that tho great political turtles
hiivo by their platforms sujd pro
nouncements made the league of
nations tho paramount Issim of tho
pending political, campaign tho
time has arrived for all friends
of Irish freedom who ore Imbued
wltia, the true spirit of Amurlcin
patriotism and preserving our In
stitutions from tho dangers and
treacheries of Kuropean schemes
and entanglements to vote against
tho party and lis candidates for
national offices by whom the lea
gun may be sponsored lind advo
cated. Fourth That wo regard this as
a sacred duty to our cause and to
our American citizenship und that
Its performance In no wise con
flicts with tho liberty to exercise
Individual selection for statu and
Fifth That copies of this reso
lution be sent to all branches of
tho Friends of Irish Freedom
throughout the United States, and
also furnished to tho press.
Tho meeting was well attendod.
and It wns decided to make an ag
gressive campaign for new members.
Tho next meoting will be held Sun
day after August 24,
MRS. J. H. LANG DIES
Tulsa Woman Itthsot. Atvny nt Kan
sas City Son (iocs to Accom
pany Hotly to Tubal.
Mrs. .1. II. lane. 39. wife of J. H.
I.-ing, 1342 South Quaker, died at
hospital In Kansas City vesterday
afternoon, following an operation
on Wednesday. Her mother, Mrs.
llnttlebcllo Smith of this city, was
ttith her. Silas Iang, tho oldest
son. went to Kansas City yesterday
to accompany tho body homo, No
funeral arrangements have been
Mrs. Lang Is survived bv her hus
band, duughtcrs Itutli and Char
lotte, and sons Silas, James and W.
II. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Smith, reside at 1401 South Pe
oria with her brothers Granville.
Clark, Frances Kby and Kna Smith.
Other relatives, who will coma to
tho funeral aro her brother, Follet
Smith of Pittsburg, Texas, and Mr.
Iang's brothers, Cleorgo and Frank
I-ang, residents of Ohio.
Mrs. I-rfing was a member of the
Orcutt Momorlnl church.
Don't let theoe things worry
you; take along a bottle of
It itopi the Itchlnfi, take out the
poison, beola the bite and kills
30c per Dottle.
Mackinac Island, Mich. IS7.7S
Coy Tulsa Maid of IS Years
Back From Fling at Movies
i Mm mmr - :i
s4J..A. as i si si i'ii i is Is.ayiWA Wts-TUM jssjjlC
f .Mist Tlii'liim 1'it...,
Thirl ' Still" snnmtcit hv a ('nllfiirnl.i
1'rlce, ''vurr" latest of Tulsa feminine folk to act for the "fllhims," In a
m.!!0. I'".'., C i,"" 1,lf0'," " I''ureJor which Mis, I'Mee played leatllngi
lady to Kddhi to n, previous to her lelurn In Tulsa two weeks ago. Mlsal
1'rlce ways "This Is thn llfe"-i4;rerrlng to the movies, not the circus. I
to Leave for Siberia
.Miss Vcletla Hoeliel of IK'al Y. W.
('. A. Will Make Hound nf
Visits Itcforo Colng Abniuil.
Miss Ve'da lloebel, former reo
rcntlon secretary of the V. W. 0.
A. who has been given n yenr'ii
leave of absence to do recreation
work in Siberia for tho Serbian
American hospital and relief asso
elation, loft yesterday evening for
Dallas, Texas, on a lullml of vlsltif
r - i
I Automobile IJ
I Shaw ; -,
Osage 3118' I
I.V Blow s cloud of Hofstra in the J
dark, damp places where roaches jrf" VS Y
hiile. under the sink, behind the fX A
Crff bathtub, into cracks anil cran- Vt I ) '
S5 nifs. Several thorouRh applica- vA
i; Hons will rid our house of the g5 ;
Ji nasty, , ghostly thinKS. Not tyA TEl J
poison. No dant'cr to humans. A Jp ,
S ALSO KILLS xiSs.
1 I. lea, Jliwqaltnes. pun loaucu wun V. t-OHViyh'' I
?5 ikj noi, roiaio Hofitra 15c VWriiKSi1!'
. UOFSTKAMFG. CO. SkS !
317 .V.rhi'jciinc. Tulhit, Okln. JM
MONDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1920
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",i,.ii win tei in j nit in wun sailing
uversenii in tho fall.
Miss lloebel's work abroad will be
In thn devastated province "adopt
ed" Jiy the association and will con
sist, as fnr .as she can at present
foreran), In thn establishing of rec
reation centers and training of rec
reation leaders among tho peas
ants, She will be assisted by Miss
Dora Kliieit. now a M-creinry at tho
V. W. In I'atterson, N. ami will
bo ono nf a party of teachers, agrl-'
cuiturlsts, nnd other weiraru work
ers. Miss lloebel's record of activities
was high during her year's work at
tho local association. ,
LAW HELD GOOD
Technical Fault in '
Fails to Invali
TOPUICA, Kan. Aug. IR -Th
derision of .luilste V. II. M.'Caiiiltth
iilihtilillng a, motion that the Kansas
Industrial relations court net Is tin -rnriMlltiitltinnl
beenui 'the subject
of Kid provision Im not clearly ex
pressed In the title," dues not yet
ji'tip.irttlr.it the nt'tltltles or legality
of the court, according to Judge V.
I.. Muggins, presiding mnglitrulo of
Members of the court and Attor
ney tlenernl It. .1. Hopkins, who will
appeal the Wyandotte county deel
ritui to the supreme court, expressed
themselves ns I'liiii'lilent that the
law as enneletl will stand 111" neld
test before the high court.
It Is pointed nut (lint the appeal
3t Alexnnder llownt, ln-wl of Die
Kanrns miners' union, cited n simitar
point heu he nppe.ileil In the ttu
prelim court from a derision of the
Crawford county district, court Hut
ho ntt'irkHil It at a, tllfleieiit filmic
Ills contention wns Unit Ihe law was
not eonsllili'iinl beeaune he Mile wns
not Mifdclilit lo liiillenle the estab
lishment of an InduKtrlal lelatlnns
ttiurt nnd the taking over of thn
powers of tho former state utilities
commission. The supreme court
Don't' fail to be on hand early Monday if you want to buy a piano
at big reductions.
Bargains Bring Buyers
To Our, Wonderful Twenty-third
which is proving a great success.
This salt! is full of wonderful viilucrt. IIcjo you will' find mirny high clnsn lined
niJinoa Unit liuve been entirely rebuilt und rofinislied. They nre ns good ns now.
They nre of fine appearance and splendid in tone nnd action. Don't fall to come
Mondny in order to get your choice of tho many fino vnlues that awnit you. Wo
want you to sec nnd hear for yourself in order to realize the remarkable condi
tion of every instrument.
The Solo Coricerto
Player Piano $565
This la n wonderful piano at a nrico that is only Runrantccd during this sale. You
can buy it on tho eaay payment plan. It is warranted for 10 years by tho manu
facturer. You Kot a bench to match and 18 rolls of music frco. It is positively
one of the most remarkublo values evef offered for tho money. It Is superior to
many pianos that arc selling at ?GG0 to $700.
New Mason Pianos
They arc worth $100 to $150 more and you can send one homo by making a small
payment down. We have just received five carloads of this make and each ono
is honestly and well built through antl through, and ovcry one fully guaranteed.'
This piano embodies these features:
1 Hardwood bimhed tunlnu pins.
2 - Metnl rail pntrtlcn muf f l r.
3- Hxtm Unllty felt hummer.
4- NolnlcHH hummer mil.
6 lioiihlo ropentlnR notion.
C- IIIkIi iiuiillty Ivory keyH.
7 Copper wound bint HtrlnRH.
8 ItPlnfureed miitnl plute.
H --IJxtru quality npruco Hiiundlni; beard.
Player Piano Rolls
They are slightly
OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS
We guarantee these same low prices to you if you can't got in just send us
a letter naming tho price you will pay and wo will guarantco the piano we
send to be a bargain at that figure. We pay the freight on instruments of
$U25 or more.
I Our Annual MidsummcrSalc
Havo Kfown In e!o and Importance until thlH
twenty-third year brines throuirh experience
nn Interest, tho RrenteHt opportunity to buy a
nupcrlor plane far under nctual market value.
It will be it lonu time before you have such nn
opportunity aim In. In fact, taking account of
the labor nnd mutnrlnl Hltuntlon, we can aay that
perhaps NllVHK again will you havo such a
ovirruled llowul, upholding the law
Judge McCamlsh contends that tho
tllln of the law Itself "Id not ger
mnno to what Is expressed therein'
relative to thn criminal feature of
din court act. Whllo tho court In It
self has no criminal Jurisdiction, it
Is obligated by thn court net to have
violators of tho law prosecuted In
any court of competent jurisdiction
' This might be In elthar a etslo nr
federal court. Thn ease before Judg
McCamlsh win that of u. switchman
arrested nn a churne nt agitating a
strike and emleuvollng In parsundo
others to quit woik In nil Industry
recognised by the Industrial relations
court on one necessary lo Hie 'public
"Hvi'n tllnuah the snnreme court
should knock nut the section of tho
law pertaining to the Wyandotte
ease. It still would have plenty of
'teeth' left o be effective! In such
eases," en Id Fred H. Jackson, former
attorney geneinl, attorney for the
Industrial court. "Tim point lit Issue
Is it meie technicality Should It bo
necessary, thn leglnbilurn could ro
mndi'l by amendment the title of thn
law, but I nntlelpntn that the law
will sland the lest In every respect."
has nt? peer In the field
of linpm ml olive oils
10 Empire fir ft nil top.
11 Unltod Mate patent.
12 Noted for tone, touch and durability.
15 Metal ictlon bracket. J
14 Automatic) full lentrth rnunlo denk.
K, lloston rolling fall board. '
16 Doubln veneered cano.
17 Holld hardwood brhlKets.
18 Noialeiw pedal action.
19c, 29c, 39c 49c, 59c
soiled and shopworn, but nro
The Jenkins Plan
Thin plan jruarnntcea the lowent epot cash price,
and becauso of tha epot cauli prlco ulven to every
customer we charuo (Irfla than tho bankers) 8
per svnnum when the piano Is bounbt on time.
I'nyments can bo made -of IS, 17, 18, (10, $12,
etc., monthly, according to the prlco of tho piano
you buy. livery piano Is guaranteed a'a re
presented or It may be returned at our expense.
417 SOUTH MAIN
A. J. CRIPE, Mgr.
FIND MAN DEAD IN ROOM
illxby Itimtenimn Hie Suddenly
fuusn Not Known,
15. M, flnlbrcath, 2$. was found
dead In his room at lllxby yester
day morning, lin had been dead
nbout four hours, according to doc
tors who examined the body Dentil
resulted from sotno unknown caus.
lie was mnnnger of the T J. Car
ter lumber yard at lllxby Hn li
survived by his mother who lives
at lllxby, Funeral arrangements
have not been mnde
because of costto
health or purse, they
"Therms a Reason
and W Pt
I to bo
)rupot. Ins the
ji to bo
another ,nd Cl'y