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PAGE 9 n m-t smrr A r AIT V AT77U7Q 3,1 ,naay ivi ui rung, - -y . -. virurcDDTMT 15V I orrXTrS 'MFF.TTNn BU1,tB . C " T fBv International News Service.) I rr x t XT' i.'iif vi' wi ii l rv I ' i itnc ruvji jvi 1 IW CHEROKEE CHIEF :k Leader From Famous Line Indian Statesmen. Uoum of Qrltts Regain Heritage i, Brought Down by Long Line of llluetrloui Leader. Tahlequah, Okla. The house ol Gritts regained the heritage brought ' down by a long line of Illustrious 1 Cherokee statesmen when the rem ' nants of the Cherokee Indian tribe met here and elected Levi. Gritts chief of the Cherokee nation. In what was formerly the senate chamber of the Cherokee nation, where i hia father led many stirring debates, Levi Grttta was pronounced the tribe's new leader. ? Bud Gritts, his grandfather, was a rantnin in rh Civil war and later was int rhiof nf rh Kee Too Wahs. the 1 most powerful tribe of the Cherokee r notion Dnnlpl Gritts. an uncle, was delegate of Senator Robert L. Owen before the Indian payment, upon whose death Chief Levi Gritts succeeded as delegate to Washington. The new chief is 47 years old, a full blood Cherokee and a graduate f the Bacone Indian . university of Muskogee and the Tahlequah Male University at Tahlequah. Chief Gritts Is now in Washington in the interests of his tribe. Num bered among several important mis sions which he will attempt to secure is the passage of the jurisdictional bill providing a final recounting of the five civilized tribes of Oklahoma. The Kee Too Wahs society was founded in 1858 upon a constitution written by Chief Levi's uncle after the dissolution of the Indian government The society was incorporated under the laws of the United States, with the announced purpose of promoting the educational, religious and social wel fare of the tribe. The society is com posed of between 8,000 and 10,000 full- blood Cherokces. Two smaller societies, the "NighS Hawks" and the Cherokee provisional committee, are contained in the tribe, over which Chief Gritts 1ms absolute i Chief Gritts speaks both the English i and Cherokee language fluently, and writes as well In both languages. The ' new leader owns more thnn 1,000 acres of Cherokee nation land, and resides In Muskogee with his wife and two children. He has been engaged in the real estate business for the last fif teen years. -$N0T CRIME TO KILL DYING Belgian Court Acquits Man Who Shot Girl Who Tried to Commit ! Suicide. cFroNrt MEETING LEAGUE TO BUILD COURT OF JUSTICE Geneva, June 11 The most impor- .i,rli nrnhlem that will be con- LQll. a.a..v I fcidered at the Second Assembly of the League of Nations called for Sep tember 5 is the establishment of the Permanent Court of International Justice. . The statutes of the court whicn were adopted by the First Assembly been signed by 33 states and are in process of ratification by members of the League. While this is regarded as the most important subject the provisional program of the meeting which has i,,et. Wn distributed to all govern- ,ont which are members of the Leaeue, consists of 25 items. Among amendments to the Cove nant, the reduction of armaments, the request of Bolivia for mediation in her dispute with Chili, and the ap pointment of four non-permanment members of the Council. Reports will be receved from tech- NOTICE Church House for Sale or Kent The big Union Mission Church on 13th street, once a place where peo ple gathered for religious services five times each week, including a big Sunday School, is now closed. No services at all. Everybody scattered and disgusted. No church services, no Sunday School, the old doors will open no more for services. Too bad! Only God will be the judge. How would you like to be one instrumental in taarinir un the religious meeting and causing a church to have to close its doors. "I will repay, sayeth the Lord." Anyone who needs a big store house where God once held the fort, q town T. BOND. Adv nical organizations o( the League such as those dealing with the sup pression of the opium, traffic, the traffic in women and cnnaren, com munications and transit, internation al health, registration of treaties, th economic blockade and the allo cation of expeditures of the League. Have You Tried Our Bread? If you have not, try it and see for your self how good it is. Hot rolls from 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. daily. i Sanitary Bakery Palatka's New and Best Bakery J 710 LEMON STREET Br Aaotate Vrrm) London, June 11 Suggestion that printing type is likely to be super seded was made by William Gamble at the recent World's Congress of Printers held here in connection with the International Printing and Al lied Trades exhibition. Mr. Gamble said that at least three inventors trvincr to develon a photograph ic process to atke the place of print ing from type. He predicted that the machines for printing- by photographic process would hardly occupy more space than a typewriter nor be any more com plicated. Hp exDressed the opinion that eventually the great printing press es in newspaper offices would give nlnce to smaller, swift-running and comparatively noiseless machines which would turn out printed metier with almost the same facility as tne The Next Time YOU Order Flour be Sure and Specify Velvet Flour It's "The World's Best Flour" On Sale at Your Grocer's HEN LAYS OSTRICH EGG (By International News Service.) San Jose, Cal., June 11. Mrs. A. S. Hooe believes that one of her Buff- HJrpington hens has a streak of os trich blood in its veins. The hen laid an egg measinring six inches in cir cumference and seven inches in length , PRINCESS CHAUFFERS OWN CARS IN ROME moving picture operator reels off his film Say it in the want ads. " By AiMClate Pre) Rome, June 11 Princess Mafalda, 18 years old, second daughter of King Emmanuel, has applied for a license to drive her own automobile. The Princess has taken all the neces sary lessons to qualify for a license and her papers have been presented to the Prefect of Rome. Women at the driving wheels of automobiles are a rare sight in Italy. Special Furniture Bargains 9 x 12 Velvet Rugs $35.00 Grass Rugs - 8.00 up Florida Grocery Company These Rugs just received from the manufactur ers, and are priced lower than elsewhere. We are showing a fine line of bed steads in Bronze, White and Oxidized in Blue, Gray or Black. Call and get our special low prices in Beds. Distributors Gomes & Kellum NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE CORNER SEVENTH AND LEMON STREETS Brussels, Belgium. The question whether or not a person is guilty of a crime In hastening the death of an other who is suffering from a mortal wound has been decided in the nega tive here In the case of a murrled man who shot and killed a girl who at. tempted to commit suicide. His plea was that she was Uylug aim mai u killed her rather than watch her suf fer. He was arrested, but acquitted of the charge of murder by the Bra bant Court of Assises. The man was Jerome Hermans, thirty-two years old, and the girl was Collue Vandyck, age eighteen. They had a love affair and the attempt at suicide resulted. The shooting oc curred In the Bois de Cambre, Brus sels' largest public park. "Collne ran from the path into thicket," said Hermans. "I heard a shot and ran after her. She had shot herself in the temple, but was still lve. I could not see ner suner nun .i, h revolver and shot her in nw - - - - - - I. (Than aha WHS Still. ftUU I uie ucta. A " " . hot myself." Hermans recovered from his wound and was in prison for eight months until acquitted. Medical testimony i h. Mil nn tn the effect that the girl's suicidal wound ultimately would have been fatal. live. I KEEP COOL This hot weather II 5 - r-i i ii i9i rz rs ELECTRIC BREEZES BLOW AT WILL with a G-E Electric Fan WE HAVE THEM Spencer Electric Co. 202 Lemon St Phone 338 We have gone "all the way" in lowering prices. We don t be lieve you can find better values any where than we are offering at this time We mention here only a few "Special." Other values equally noteworthy from a standpoint of quality and economy are here to please the careful buyer. II . . oo. II if.'1 Drive In, Then Drive Out gasoline and oil, ii you need it. We have jus. installed the only modern Drive-in-and-ou, Service Station in the City. This feature is especially convenient for ladi and new drivers as they don't have to back out into the street to get away. WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION CHAS. J. GARRETT & CO. 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