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rULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 520.
OF Y EFFORT'S
Harding Not Autocratic '
But Sincere and Human ::,
Promotional Program to
Be Outlined at State
An npsrwlvn promoMonM pro
c , and far'br extension of il
v, throughout tho stale arc I Do
,,V , of the Rtaln committee of the
Voii-'-r Men's Christian association
h met In Oklahoma City on
Th -.lay Th.ro wero 27 members
of o lommlttco from various parts
of vc stnto Iti attendm. .-. F. M.
p, , ,'ikp tho now statf secretary,
. iu iirt inititnlftit ffir tho firm
I, ii c nnil submitted plaits for i'Xvj
i, - i'n or imp wont, ni'is'' uiifim'
ire t- m Tulsa were II. C. Tylell. 14.
ji, I, ifton, II. . Grant nnd C. 13.
A cry Interesting report of the
Y" vork amnng tho Indians was
rlvfi hv ItalTh WnlklngKllck. state
.rpirv for Indian work. It
w.n t dntod out thiit there wrjo
iioO lndlini In tho state In need
f n.r association program. Mr.
Vi'- n-U-l has been organlr.lnir
,moiw In tho Indian schools.
Tie i mnlltcs r.uthqjiznil Jim np
n, i-cnt of a. special Sult-cnmnilt-t
deal with tho problems of llio
II Hall Tills Will be composed of
fri (H''P!'e from each of the 21
trlhri In Oklahoma.
C V'. Al'en, student s-rotary.
tfnori'd that thero wero IS school
nnl colleges In the state. 9 of which
bate nn organized y. M. C. A.
prThr"nstnto secretary wan author
to complete his staff of six,
which wli. when completed., bo
rrml'c"d of a state secretary.
l,o'-' work secretary, secretary for
Irdlan work, student secretary. In
Julr'il secretary and financial cor
rcnry. A commlttco wni appoint
rd f arrange for a general rcnveti
tli n of all associations In tho plate
This commlttco will report next
. FAMOUS BISHOP HERE
Iter. U I. Waldorf, Ono of IVst
Knmvn Clcwjiiicn of M. 12.
Church SMiiks Tonight.
Ulshop K. L. Waldorf of Wichita.
ono of tho best known clergymen of
thn Methodist Kplscopal church,
will give a public liddretw on "Or
ganizing for Church I'fficlcncy," at
S o'clock Monday evening in tho
First Christian church. Men and
women .of all denominations uro In
vited to tho meeting.
Ulshop Waldorf's prcrwnco In tlnj
city Is il'io to tno annual iuw .nn-.
trlct conferenco which will begin a
two days' meeting In the Orcutt Me-j
mortal church at 2 o'clock this after-)
noon. Iilshop Waldorf will speak ,
during tho afternoon session and at
tho laying of tho corner stono of tho
West Tultf.t' .Methodist church nnd
will bo tho Buest of honor at the an
nual dinner of tho .Tulsa district
wqnfTf,1l?n Hnn iinpllV nf ft n'nnot
this evening In tho Klrst Methodist
Rlshon A"aldorf'3 ronutatlon as an
orcanlzer wns earned during hls
leadership of tho rir3t Methodist
Kpiscopal church at Cleveland,!
Ohio. . 1
The church merrlhorshlp increased
from 300 to 2,000 ill k'su than five
Cox is in Rad Company, Snys Giffird Pinchot, Former
"Bull Mooscr." Likes Hnrdincr Bocnusn Hn finding
Nothinp, Looked Him Straiglit in tho Eye nnd Mount
What He Said Says Cox la Shiftv in Anrnmnnl. n, ! vote .ign'lnst Cox
liive a iien nunninji lor Uffice in a Small Town.
c faro of natlonn, or tho wiving of our intei-nt Invnlvo oitrselveii In 'seitlmi by tho vr-i- -i .,( the i inin
human lives. no respomnblUty for tho inalnlo- try of tho ilotei mln.itlon of thn,
ii u. man oenoven in limn, rriiu- nniire or ine rigiu in inn worm russmnism and cvorytlilntT that
tndit Is uselewi. As for me, I hold I for the routined Mndli ntlon of any 1 'nit it mates lo mi to nil tho
at Jt is time lo finish witlin.il thai of the things for which wo cntorcd gicut exno tatlons whic h ih,.v un--
Mnncks ot W.lson, with tno iiief-ithe war to fight. The conception aled by entering the wnr and on
fliiency, extraviiKat'ce. nd sw'retlvi-j of thn gri'itt rentors ot thn gov-, nblliiK tho other meat tuitions of
ness, with tho iwitHMMil ami Internu-1 1'tiinient was nbsolutoly opposlto to thn world to bring It to it vl torloiis
tlotuil bllindnrlng, and with tho i;n- this. They thought of America as ' coniiiiHtnit, ti thn oirfualnn nf
f in1i.nl iiMiimntliin of uidiiu Mild the Unlit of the world, iih rrenliil nrlsin nut of lrnai,ini.n u.ir.,tu
tightoousucai IivvpmI l.uman. Thai to lend the world In tho assertion! wo sh.ill not 'fall to ln ii tiie ptom-
M" me MglUM or peoplcn ami llio iso sealed in the .tenth nnd sacrifice
inly way to ripuillaie Wilson Itte
Gilford I'lnchot, one of the close
personal friends of tho late Then
dortf Hooncvnlt and n prominent
leader in tho progressive movement
of 1912, in out in a letter announc
ing his support of Senator Harding
and urging tho friends of tho lato
leader of republicanism ovcrywhe.ro
to do likewise.
Tho I'lnchot letter if written in
charnctorlstlo style, straight' and
unevaslvely to the point. It follows:1
So many former progressives
have asked mo why I am for Hard
ing that purhaps your readers might
b Ititcp'sK'd In my leasunH. Here
I am a follower nf Theodore
Itoosevelt ollvn or dead. While he
wiih hero I worked with him and
s.upporU'd him. Now that he has
gone to hts reward, I stand for the
principles and work for-tho things
Tor which he worked Jiml stood.
Only tho spirit of Itoosuvelt Is with
iih still. ,
Senator Harding nnd I have op
posed each other in politics. He
was popular In 1912, whllo I fol
lowed Hoosevelt; and I can never he
glad entiuglf that I did. On tho oth
er hand, I find deep In his confi
dence men whom I trust; and what
he has said about foresty, conwrva
tlon and agrlculturo at Marlon is
sound and right.
Menator Harding was not mado to
my order, hut ho Is by no mcnim the
reactionary J thought him. There
is nothing autocratic about hint.
Ifuder him, there will bo no ono-mnn
rule at Washington, concresa will
well of him, but because he belongs
to tho I'arty of Lincoln .ind Itoosu
velt, nnd becauso I have hail my
fill of thudemocralH at Washington
Wo must havo in charge men and
a party capable of running the gov
ernment, ati-l In the Whllo Houso u
ptwldetn, not a boco.
Cox ii in bad company. Tho li
quor men are for IJ.n. Hn stands
with Ilaker, who reflised to prepare
whin ho knew that war wiih sure to
come, olid therefore sent against the
German machine gnus thousands of
young AmerieonM ujilrnlned or half
iraimd, and Without artl'lery sup
pert. Cox stands for Palmer, who pro
mBiiI lo rtriurn tho rest of Uving
and (orianlciiously failed, but for
.itlcal ic.ih.mi let the liquor traffic
go on, who detucd the rights of free
spei f h Hid free asM-tubl1, lmirlslied
humlied of jieo-plo In deflnance of
l'iiiulli'. f'nv In too ro-kteiw In
stall munt, too bhlfty In irgiimctit. lb" world of what fyo governmonl
too much Ilk-- a nmi. runnliig for t , ,s H"lt 0,111 do for tliA malntetuinco
liille office In n Utile town. Ills llKl'1 "tandnnU, lulh nallonul
speeches shrill It aloud -Cox "s too;lul Intertmllonal. This light th
Mi-all to bo piesldenl. llardllig'i "I'Pnnents of the lengllo .would
sneechcn could have romo onlv from ! ''u,'m " I hey would regulate tho
a man Mi; enough lo handle tho
iimus or rreo nations; an destined of our IncompnraMo soldiers, nail
to set n respmislblo example to alt orn and muttncs who aw all our
verdict beneath th nod of France.
Ih'fenil Artliio Ten.
rhose who do lint cum to loll
CONTISl'lll) rilOM lAOi: ONK
Is to be nferred to the people them
selves for a sovereign mandate to
their repiesentatlves. They are to
Instruct their own government
what thev wish done.
"The chief oiieBtlcii that Is put to
ynu Is, of course, this. Do ylm want)
your country s honor vindicated ami
I'nlted States lo n subordinate rolo
in thn nf full n of the world.
Shouldn't iVnr Iti'sixiiisllillllion.N.
"Why should wo bo afraid of
respoiislbllltles wlch Wo nro quali
fied lo sustiilii, and which tho
whole of our history has contrtl
tuli il a promise to the world wo
would sustain ' This l thn most
iiiemenious Issue that has ofr
I" II picscntcd tn tho people of tho
i nn. a mates, and I do not doubt
lli.it tjie hope of tile w hole World
will be virlll.it l' an absolute ns-
Die treaty of Versailles ratified? l'n'
you In particular approve' of the
tho law hn was swe rn to ot.force; I leaguo of fiatloiis as organl.ed and
l'l-iiflo milt ful withort a stitigvle
five hundred million dollars wotth of
ol lands In California to winch It had
l.o right. That I'atmcr was scflously
coiHtciered for tho nomtr.altou nt
-'.iii Prnti'isco slunvi how low tht
iMnoiratrt Jiftvo falleti. Theie may
linvi. been more, un'althful public
servanls tlinn MJtchull I'almcr, but
Cox stiinda for Wilson. .No sooner
was ho nominated tlinn ho hastoiud
to the Whllo House, and authorized
the Mntciitcnt thai theio was tier.
represent not tho president but Uiu.'m aeiw'"1u;1!1 "' a" ""ngs between
i.eun unu iiuuHeii, owiini; is more
lmporlnnt than to have done with
turned oer to iho Soulheru I empowered In that treat And do.
people, ami thu government will bo
amen en n again.
Harding Is no supor-man, but,t,1(' Wilson chn, and tho only way
wj no mm is io voio ngrunst Cox.
Tho poiple of tho whole earth
have learned at hitter cost that what
Wilton avH Ih -io Indication of what
l.o has dime or what ho will do; ilia
his words and his actions do not
match and lo lnu-o his own wny
is more 'iiip-irinnt In lus oyta than
Mmpio, earnest, sincen.. nnd htinum
l eu thought of wli-iro best known.
Men who krow him, and on'whow
Judgment I rely, say1 ho Is slow tq
decide, ,hut havlnr; decided stanut,
like, n Dtone wall. What I saw nt
.Marion confirm-. It. I liked Harding
hccaiiMo he dodged nothing, looked
me seralght In the eye, and uiimts-
uihahly meant what ho s-ild, And II
lined .Mrs inrdltiif,even bcUer.
I want to tee Harding el'etert not
only because J have come to think
Stop Your Coughing
Ho need to let thit coush perilit. Stop tht
Irritation, and remove tickling nd liortr.
neii by oothlng Iho IrJltmed .throat with
yTiu wish to see the fulled States
play Is responsible part in It f i
You havo been grossly misled with J
regard tothn treaty, ami p,rt'cu
lariy wun regard i" me tiroponeii
character of tho leaguo nf nations,
by HiONO who havo assumed thu se
,rtous respimslhlllty of opposing It.
They have gone so far that Ihoso
who havo spent their livvs, us I
havo spent my life, In familiarizing
themselves with thn histnrv nnd tra
ditions and fiollcles of tht. nation.
must stand amazed at tho gross Ig
norance Xpd Impudent nudatiiy
which has led them to attempt lo
Invent an 'Americanism' of their
own, which has no foundation what
ever In any of tho authentic tradl
dltlotm of tho government. Amer
icanism Ks they conceive It roversea
tho wiiolo process nt the lust few
tragical years. It would substitute
America for I'russla In tho policy
of lsohtlnn ond defiant segrega
tion. Their conception of the dig.
nlty of tho nation ami Its inter, st
Is that wo should stand apart and
tho safeguarding ef AinerlraJho w-iiti h for opportunities to advance j
Clvo Wny to Soothing Hamlin's
IlamluVs Wizard Oil !i a aafc,
simple and effrctive tieattncnt for
l',0.. "eailache and neuralifU.
Klibhed In where the pain K it ranei
the torturrd nerves and alutoityfn
variably lirltiKS quick relief. Keep
Wizanl Oil a Kooii dependable
preparation tiMiave in the medieino
chest tor first aid when the doctor
may be far away. In hrallnp-, anti
septic qualities can always be re
lied upon as a preventive aRainst
infection, or other serious results,
from sprains, bruises, cuts burns,
lutes and stings. Juit as Rood, too,
for sore feet, stiff neck, frost bites,
cold sores anil canker sorei.
(Ifotroui (lie tioltla Sir
'JS",". ""'d'1"! "Uh ronillp.llon
fmIr..W . JuM ,lnt llttU plnW
milt at Orumltti fur 10c
CASED ATONCC BY THE
OLD RELIABLE It EM ED Y
Arf DEPENDABLE AB30LUTELY
hast Inlirl i'S with or Impairs
tho right of emigres to declaro
Wnr or nnl declaro wnr, according
lo Us own indi'potideut JikIl nent,
as our ((institution provides These
who drw thn covenant of the
would wait for an intimation
what Its futtiro Is to I.e."
slltiito Us members, Tiny w.uld
tin vo been iunHicd and IndlKiinn't
nt Hie things that am now i. im,
Iglioruntlv said about this Meat
and situ e.e dm inn. nt.
"The whole, world will wait lor
Volt the trillll Hboilt Dm leairiie of I'l'tir venlh t 111 Nneniber ns It
iiaiintis tell you that .nl l 10 of
thn covenant of thn ledum, w.uild
makn It posslblu for other nntlons
to lead lis Into war. whether we
willed it by our ow n Iti.Ieii. udi nt
judgment or nut. This Ul
nbsolllkly false Theio H noth
ing in tl
Tiv I'ruirul Chills
Take OHOVHH TAHTKM.srt CHII.t.
TONIO to destroy the Mulai u
tongue, wero careful that it should (lertns In the Hlo'nl and thus lTc
contain nothing which m-' vent I'hUls. 7Sr Advt.
ien.i.i.i iiu t.r unpaired me roll
stUlitlimsl nrraugements ot ntv of
iho great nntlons which are to n.n
Clear Your Skin
LAkf ktorlM.Dfpt.T Ul,Maii. fMyf ht:
T ; i
i " . Hunt w hi. h In the i
Jfnrno xln from s yrry n.irr-jj.
rul Pout llraauiMo dun.-, viUrrn t
learned laany new ami iiuicemful
w."y? '".fenctlt Mnple with troul)le
ol tho Uyo. i;r, Noo snd Throat.
' Dlt. AltTHUIl CA.MI'Hi:i,I,
A37 .Mil o IUJk. OwnrSI'JO
At TULSA'S LEADING THEATERS
Loew's Better Vaudeville
4 Shows Today 4
l, a:no, nan, -,, o.
CoiKliiuoiis 1 to 1 1
CHEAT UADIl'.M SIYSTK11T?
Anil Nerlhwomt Vi'rrni llnimn
llll V. I'mnnlr In "WPIllMiTI.MK,"
rrnt.irliiK .llniniy Aulirer
lmll.iii Mill. n.l 11UI1U ICr A 2"o
Last Times Today
Mult and Jeff Cartoon
'Popular Willi tho People,"
Jimmio Allard and the
U. S. A. Girls
fiPKKCII MAKINO will bo nban- I
doned for transaction ot business at
the regular meeting of tho Tulraij
Town emu at 0 15 o'clock .Monday
evening In the Kennedy restaurant,
according to Miss Jtcna M. Towlo,
pretnoenf. Following dinner a liusl
ners meeting will bo herd.
a SOUVENfRS, I
All Ic I n il H of
Clocks and Swiss
Clocks callcil for
L. B. R. rhilbrick
S. K. Tor. -ond
llynuni I (1.1 it.
riinnv ( eilur 030
111-113 East First Street
Xargest Retail Food Distributors in the Entire Southwest
And Our Old Mill Grinds Steadfastly on.
The Peoples Exchange since its beginning has tyEVER changed its policy our style or
method was right then so there has been no reason to deviate.
The Catspaw of our purchasing intelligence is as active as our selling plan. There
fore, we pull as hard and constantly as we push thus saving for the consuming pub
lic the difference between a haphazard buy and a positively intelligent purchase as
dictated by actual market conditions in every logical center in the cntircUnitcd
The Pcqplcs Exchange believes that open, clean nbovc-board competition is the best
policy. Wc believe in advertising one lowest price at all times on quality merchan
dise without fear or favor and we point with pardonable pride to our ever-growing
business as justification for unchanging policy.
Dear Reader, you no doubt remember that some merchants in the past have adver
tised continuously that advertised prices were bait fakes. Now they have shifted gears
and offer a combination of treats. It is only guess work what policy they will pur
sue next week. Wc all remember Ponzi, but unfortunately some people believed him.
MONDAY AND TOESDAY.
Mrs uouio - (quick nFren
WIDE VARIETY OF
Tulsa's Popular Theaters
Opened With Unusual
IlHVIHWniJ HY If. p.
After a review of tho offering
at thn four lendlm theuteiB yea
torday. It would indeed lie a tank
tp chonso the hem. That 'oach
theatre plnved to capacity Iiouhch
nil durliiK tho day In ovldcncn that
all Iho nttrnctlpiiH wero plritNlng,
each offering an entertainment u
llttlo dlffeii'iit from tho other
mado tho day morn pleamint for
thn natroiiK who vlidled two or
morij'of the thentren. Krom all
nppenranccH tho fall campaign
of nood vaudevlllo and picture"
Iuih net In and overy hoimo was
trylnir tn nut do tho olhor from
tho Ntnndpolnt of dowry entertainment.
Hcro'ii colTeo of quality, with
,n rich, aromatic flavor. Jt ro
LVcshc.M and iinurixhc.s bocau.io
of Us Htrcngtli and purity.
A health fi4 drink-.
Your rrroccr linn
ltw sTAir. cnornt
IV All Former Members
of (lie First Division:
'l'ln liit IIUMoii will erect n Monument In Washington
or iiliiKlon In mi'inory of Uh -ill) ofrici'i-M and I. HIM) Mil
illcrs who wero Killed or illeil of wotiml.s on tln tin II lf
(IiIiIm of I 'in nee Vo feci that nil former iimmiiIh'Ix of Iho
lllilxlon, hoth nffli i'iM ami men, would HKe in help un In
In m ii i I mi; tlu wicilllriM of (ho hriiw men who iniido tho
Miii'csi of our nriiiN p.ishIIiIc, nml In pr.'.-i'i-ilnir lo our
country tho In-plriilloii of tluir Hilrlt nnd llirlr cxniuph'.
iiio l linl DUIxloii I'lidciuori'il to uphold hcfoiv tho
woilil the HlnhdaiilM of dm ( iillc.l Slnlvi nrui). Vim nil
l.tlou lis Kdiry. Vim nil liat iIiiiiIiIIi-sm on( rilcndi nml
"UihI.IIiV In Mime one of llio unions r.iinpnli;ii4 (ho lllil-(-Ion
imrllchialcil In. Wll jVii mil Join In UiIn worlliy tiiU '
'I'wi-nlv ilollars will innl.o Ii -lhU' In plai'o ono luiliio in
jm i pi'liiul iiiciuory.
.should )iui ho iimihlo (n iiii(rlliiiU n( once, will 3011
no( Hiib-ciilio lo 11 htIcx of p.i,Mm l,H' If tut hale nlrciul)'
iiinliilmlcil will joii not drop mo 11 Hue to lhli effect,
mi (lint wo con iniil.c It 11 matter of muni in our local
lll'KM nlMl Ion '.'
.Major (Jciii'inl C. V. Sitmmrnill, 1'. S. A., ncalu com
inamllUK Iho liixt llUUIoii at Camp l)l. New .lcicy, lum
iippoliileil 1110 iih Kccrclnry of ihc Oklahoma lllntrjct'n
ooinnilllci, nnd 11 lliorouuli riiiiipoln In mi root In iition
11 mi T.-ci I pi loli frniii Hit Mnlo 1 1 ui ( will mii'ikism nuy other
illilrtcl. Tor 1I1N 1 cumin, wc arc iiptH-alliiK lo )ou (IiiiiiikIi
tho iii'wn coliiiiiii.H, nnd by ik-imoiiiiI Ictlcr when) jour ad
dress In Known. Won't joii ni-PM'ra( wit 11 Ui by M'tldliu;
In our coiitrlhulloii, or Iclllm; iih l.iiinv If jon pri'loiisly
nuili llmli il?
( Ii.i ks, money nrderx, etc., nhoiild ho iiuulo payahto (o
The I'lrst HUIslnii .Mi'inorlal AM-oiiallou nml M'ut lii 1110
mi that I con forward 11 coinolldulcil icxrt lo (Icueritl
SAMUEL WHITE, JR.
11 rut lilciiliMianl l liid Artillery, ItcprcM'iilallir.
Tin- Meld Aylllery
l oll Sill, OUInhoiiu'i
mm io, ar.vn iti:i:i
Concert Vlollnlut and Teacher
tl'upll yf Create Masters
Resumes Teaching In Tulsa
113 K.iBt sevunth.
(Third houso from South noston)
no substitute for imported
Van Be Quickly Overcome by
SwJfta'H I'romlum Skinned llama.
per lb ,
hwift'B I'romlum Itacon, whole
or half, per lb
Swlfl'a I'romlum Hacon,
uliccd, 1-lb. 'carton, per Ih ,
Cholco fore-nuartor Steak,
Cholco fore-quarter Hoaid, '
per lb .
Cholco Portorhouso Steak,
per Ih. . . .
Choice Sirloin, T-liono or Short Cut Steak,
per lb .
Cholco Itound Steak,
per lb t
liate HolIliiR Heef, ,
Vo Cut Only Cholco Ilcef.
Slzo no (IB lbs. net) can
J 00-11 drums,, not weight,
I.ck of Lamb,
per II 1
HhouMer of Lamb,
per lb, . ,
per lb v.
per It ;
KamouH Illuo Tllbbon brand Colore.l
Olco, pur lb
Tho best Krado Dry Salt Jowls, Squares,
Full 16 oz. First (irado Creamery
At tho fJrund the featuro act
and thn nun that wiih recolved
with tho greatest cnthiisliiBm was
"The International Itcvlew," con
sIhIIiik of elnht playerH, each rep
resentlni; a dlffeient race, tho
spire fflul comei- was injected
Into tho act by the African whoso
timely qulpa lent dlHtlnct "color"
tf) tho act and tho American
Heauty posed as tho Statuo of
Liberty added Just that touch of
Wuty necessary to makn It n
featuro attraction. "In tho I'nrlt"
by Harold Nelnmn and Andy liar
lis Ik .V clover llttlo playlet that
is patching, hccauio of its orig
inality. Classical airs, Intermin
gled with tho latest "Jazz" g to
makn thn "Two kIhIch", Murphy
and Kllhe, plono and saxophonn
duo nn offering second to nono of
Its kind. Tp-lsa Helilnm cch clever
er black-faro artists 'iian "Dlxlo
FavorlteH," Oren and lllxlo. They
have a bran new offering and Is
full of laughs, clever and original
songs and danves. Florott", a
dainty contortionist nnd exponent
of what Is posilblo through physi
cal culture roumlK out tho vaudo
villi end of tho hill.
On thn screen Lewis Stono In
"Man'a Desire", a comedy drama
of tlio north wiih well recolved as
it should havo been. It Is nn ex
ceptionally strong picture ami ono
worthy ot the tlmo spent in see
ing It. ,
..me ict lute Vftsn 11-aiu
Jbe liv, Re. 4 y J y E R
Che. i!i,,i. jUfeHHEaBhSI
Mil indigestion. They do thfir
BmaU PUl-SauU Byte feraaU Price ( 1
Compare thoco prlci-s with nil other. Vou can
buy ovcrythlng for tho tnblo under, ono roof nt f
llio lVoplcs Kuiiango.
100 pounds Heat I'oWtoes (jjjg
llcst lted I'ltteii Cherries, 97r
per fcan l v
High grade No. 'iVt Sliced rineapple. AOst
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One musical tab illfferfjrom
the other only insofar as tho leads
differ. Of coursa tho chorus
must bw taken Into consideration,
and In thin particular, It seems
that the promoters of 'Tho Mel
ody Harden" that was tho at
traction at the Ilroadway tried
to outdo all otlifr previous at
tempt)', and sticevednd, and havo
a well balanced company,
Ilelber and Vernon have, earned
tho title of "taglefont specialists",
but to thn writer It seemed Just
the reverse, they never tangled
and all through the attraction
this seemlngi 1 o-oidlnatlun was
tile mtflii reason for the most suc
cessful musical comedy that hs
graced the boards at the Ilroad
wav for some time, and folks who
enjoy thin kind of entertainment
K will do well to seo it.
1 111-113 East First Street
From tho bright lights of
Hroadwny to tho shrfeklng si
lences of tho great west, that In
a fev words describes the scope of
tho new featuro with William
Desmruid at tho J.yrlo theater
"Thn Ilroadway Cowh ." Is In
deed h clever interpretation of an
old story, but so 'cconstruotcd
that It only gains interust through
pliaxant associations. Wlfllam
Desmond Is an actor that has
never failed to plcaso and in this,
hla latest plcturo even excella his
Tho usual run of Lyric screen
news ami comedies. Is attractlvu.
and it's good
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brought to them in WRIGLEVS
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SEALED TIGHT, KEPT RIGHT
Satisfies the craving
for sweets aids digestion,
purifies breath, allays fhirs
ancLhesPS keep teeth clean.
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