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rut: 1ULBA DAILY WOULD. BAT I til) AY, OCTOBER v 1014
im mm BE SPLENDID A.FH TO HE HELD DECEMBER 0, THE PUBLIC WILL BE INVITED REV. BARD IS Prominent Kaiisa;- City Divine M.iy Deliver the Memorial Addiubs Here Plant are undftr wu fur the an nual Rika' memorial, which will be held tins year on Sunday, Dooemtx r I, Bev, Andrea Bard, rector f the pirat English Lutheran ehuroh of Knnat City ;t ii i one of the moat noted dlvtnea in the United Stales, imn baan Invited to deliver the mem orial addreai this year, Advice t ifanaa City state that Rev. Bard probably will accept the Invitation. liev. u. mi x father in a blahop in QerraaA) and verj clone Ui the kaiser, Itov. Amii i a Bard is fluent speaker and widely known as a lin guist, speaking seven different lan guage, The Tulaa band will probably fur nlah the music for the memorial ear vlcea, although arrangement to tins i tid have not y t I n completed. Neither ha the committee decided where the aervioea will be held. Con vnlton hall, the Grand opera houae and the Rika' hall are bolng conald- ij. j'na memorial aervicea will be open the public and w ill ho "t aui n a ature this year that the Ian out wl Hi.it baa even attendod .1 sim ilar affair in Tulaa in anticipated. CI to I ii WILLIAMS OUOTES LATIN 01 FARMER AUDIENCE i- 1 1 tun s w mi i in nun " is I in . i; i ins i il l ox MAin WATONGA, Okla., John I'n I'ls apoke everybody to read the Willi, mis trnt ofl .it waa followed by the eii isrii "buttermilk" "Lake the true lawye aid Field, "he uc up! Oet. 28. When here he urgi d apeech thai Hob Clinton, which BOW Wldi I) 'Kl ine i ty. timl lie Is, more than twn columns nf newspaper apace in a vain attempt to explain awa the statement of fact about Hie sum 's debt of 17,845,000, us reported in April, 1914, by the United State cen sus bureau, which i have Just read tu you, lie ms that part of this is nut' a debt; Unit It conalata of bond secured by the atate'a public building lands. Then be work off a little Latin oh us. He s.is the proceeds of the sale of those lands have been assigned I TODAY ONLY H j Paramount Picture Co. 9 I William 8 Courtleigh k in yniN Ton-send Brady B I HI HI I I I It M W Li admission 10 ( I Ms A looming lomurrow i and Monday fj II s ( II MM IN ' I ixii i. II Mi M N IMITE" 1 u l.i i l Keystone Corned) n B Coming Tuesday and ' . it cdnesday rj ; Ethel Barrymore I in ! hi: nigh n kg ale" h 'pro Unit. i.' N.iw, all you Who under- tend that, uleaae hold uii yum risbt band W hat 1 None of ynut Wail, l havent1 any th1 beat of you, l am nog a i-ntiii biunk, either. "I am sure, however, that t r -meaning of 'pro tanto,' as iiou usi-s it In 1 0 i lion null what lias hops pened to tin public buiiduiM land, t Uu Muna us ii"' tupbtnation of the worda 'K Pluiibu I'num' once made 'y the neighborhood tvlee man in n Miss, ,i;i i lawn The boya were Ala ii the iiu -i 1 1 1 1 ; ol the worda '8 Plui bus I' i urn,' and all gav it up, ! Kit i i the put it up t" the man in tin- community Who always knew all who u i everything, lie looked at them pityingly, and agjdi 'Can It be poeat ble that juu boyi don't know what thai menus." They admitted that the) Bid 1 1 "t know. 'Weli,' he aald, 'the Ignorance ol tins communlt) is moat Appalling. Tie's.- are Latin worda. Latin i- a treat and moat egpreeslve language, t win translate them to .Mm. "i') piurlbui l.nuin" mtuns "the tail goea with the bide," ' and t .mi ' --' - thai Bob uaed tin very evpns aive worda 'pro lento' to indlcati that during the eeven years of Democratic machine rub- the tail has gone With thi' hide III sn fiir an the value of tin' pui.iir buiiiiiiiK lands is concerned." DEMOCRATIC EDITOR IS BOOSTING FOR FIELDS Ki t I. Mil s ill Is THE MAM OF Till llnl ii l in gl n . OKLAHOMA CITV, Oct. (Spe cial i Democratic editors, as well as Democratic farmers and Democrata engaged In other kuuis of business are declaring for John Plelda, and re fualng tn aupport Bob Williams and the machine he repreaenta i R. Carpenter, a stioin Bryan Democrat, i editor "f the Benterpriae, an m Ruential Democratic newapaper at Dacoiua, Wood county. In ins issue of October 18, Editor Carpenter made these etatemeuta t.i Oklahoma Demo crate: "I believe that the llrat requlalte of a candidate fur public orBce is that be siu iiiii be morally clean, to which qualification neither Judge Williams M. E. Trapp (candidate tor lieu tenant governor) can lay any claim whatever. I believe, also, that every candidate should be entirely free from an) ring, clique, or (action, and t Hits qualification both Williams and Trapp are absolute Btrangera. limn rule has hint tin Democratic party In this state more than anything else. "t believe a candldati ahould se cure ins iLuininath.il and election through and by honest means, and every man in the state knowa how Willuuna got his nomination, i "John Fields la g man whose moral ity has never been questioned. 1 1 is la man whole abtllt) Is known and i whose Influence Is fi it In more homes I in Oklahoma than any other i 's. And there is mi one tn gainaay tliii fact He understand! the needs of the people aa m other man under I stands them. He understand! the agricultural prol lema uf this state ai an Other man understands them. I have farmed moat of my life and know whereof 1 apeak. No f irmer m Oklahoma can afford t" vot for Wil- i llama, ami how can any other labor , bit: man afford it t I "i have noi written this u. Injure the Democratic oartv. neither have 1 written II tn h.'i'st the Republican party, but for the welfare of the u hole r ople." mi 1 Fall Suit Blunders In Bolcctitig that Fall Suit that yen f?xped to speak mi wrll of you, peiiit'iuber well, that there are things more to be desired than the niuiilt1 of dollars ymt "think" von aiv going t save in a "chra" mui of clntht'S, ITou don w ain the self consciousness, a week or 1in from now. that the narnani mui mii, nas jr. K- -gofypu. Ccme Here for Safely "hero a a dftiW unl churn) Bbou! the suits wc bpo qow uliowing, u a special induoeiiieiit at thai appeals to every man who enjoys tlic appearanco ot BUCC.C88. ('nine in and see it' j mi don't believe, ,iust exactly we (Ik. i I 1 R Hyechka Club Presents in Concert Madame Louise Homer Prima Domiii Contralto Metropolitan Opera Company New York City A T Convention Hall Tuesday, October 27 Siittial $IS.0J Valucj t- Prices 1400 Seats SOc 1 100 Seats 75c 500 at $1.00 and 500 at $1.50 Seats may be reserved on or after 10 o Clock A. M, Thursday, October 22 Rexall Drug Store Out of-town orders aecompanied by cash ma be senl to Mis. l. S. Harvey, treasurer of Uyeehka Club, care of BexttU Urug company. was held up and 16,000 secured Tin robbera wi re never CMptured and au thorities are investigating tin- theory i hat the poatoffice burglary was com i oiitted by the aame gang. t ri i Oood, doan cotton racs at the World ami son office. Will pin lc per pound, dc4ivorcd at preaa room door, 4dv, Kotfoe Tu Hfualcuuia: Bpeolal meeting called M'nr Baturdu) morning, 11 o'clock. iA.k.i ii J. POX, Secretary. AT THE THEATRES HEAVY BSTTLE RACING IN SOOTH OF BELGIUM NO OONmtMATION OF RKl'ORT Hi t.l KM N I IM.s ABjjJ UKOKICK. AMSTKItDAM, I let Ion, Oct. -:t, i:t6 i .utile is raging in twenty milea sniith tS. (Via un. . m. i A heavy HtHglum about of tlie Qbent- Brugea line and north of Itoulera, ac cording to the relegraafi correapon dent in Bluia, Holland. Itoulera was bombarded by the Germane again on Thursday, "Fugitlvee from Roulera detclare," says the correapondent, "that In habltanta nf that town were shut ny Qermani during the invadera' oc- upatlon, and that all th" prominent itii ns were taken as hoatagea. "There la Bo confirmation nf the eporl that the alius have broken hrough the Qennan lines near Kc- EOB KEIFER POSTOFFICE MAJESTIC Tiir. house or teatures TODAY ONLY "THE CRUISE OF THE HELL SHIP" Tlir.lhu So.i Story in Three Parts. "NERVE" KrraarUMe Sing'.o Reel Siibjoct. TOMOBROW. "THE CRIMINAL CODE" Ci mpMU in Four ArtB Artnpted From the l'l.iy. "On Tnl.'- Tueri1''y nd Wcrtnosdny Pan G'.liaoro'B trt Story "CAPTAIN ALVAREZ" TELL THE FOLKS Oil ! nil I- i -: i i b) llnnditi Mure. BAPITLPA, i Ik la., iet. 23. (Spe cial.) The poatoffice at Kiefer, five milea aouth of Bapulpa, was robbed last niKht. Only ft email amount "f i hange and aeveral atamp books were taken. Elntranee w;ih gained by amaahlng rear windows. Three weeki ago the Central State hank at Kiefer PHUT. "The Better Man." with Mr. Wil liam Courlleigh In the leading rule, is the ri iture attraction at the rai.ee theatre today. The motion picture ver sion is complete in four reeli by the Famoua Players Film company. The lory is f)i' of tender pathoi and heal ! intoi i st. The work of the alendtd young Amerh'an actor, Mr, Courtlelgh, is superb it baa Its first appearance In motion pioturea end he has scored an enviable triumph. The admission prioc Is five :md ten cents. Coming tomorrow and Monday n peal comedy, produced by the peer of nil comedy companies Keystone featuring Charles Chaplin. The pic ture is In two reels, entitled "iiminii and Dynamite." Tin engagement egtraordlnary eeinos O' xt Tuesday and Wednesday, Ethel Barrymore In "The Nightin gale." Special matllli e both Tuesday and Wedn. sday. OR iMi. "Hanky Pauley," the famous musi cal comedy, will he seen here nt tne Orand theatre October 2S. Word comea from New fork that "Hanky Panky," one of tin- must succeaefuj musical comedlea aver produced and the lies! in the last five years, will be seen here. This is the show which Lew Fields originally produced In Chicago three years an and which plave.i continuously for two yeara and a half, appearing at h.iM on o and sometimes twice In the largest cities in the country. Equipped with h wonderful all -star . mi. it gained country-wide fame and made a fm tune for its owners, ii , , ....-,,.,! the continent, being a big hit on tin Pa cific coast, and finished its remark able tour with a tup through north west Canada, Aa month after month of success slipped bj for this shew and now routea were laid nut for it. it aei med (in the stars in the piece that it would never end, but it finlahod last tall, aftei playing everything on the theatrical map but tin- si, nth. which ; will now be Invaded. It seel I aa II this greateal of all mualcul snows had finished its career at last, when its entire east was placed Into "The I'le;, sure Beekcra," the wonderful atage spectacle at the New fork Win ter Harden, but following the lour nf thai production, the same cast and chorus waa re-engaged for "Hankj i Panky," M ui sti . The must succeaaful theatrical pro duel. mi of thi season lull ly opened in New Vnrk is (in Trial." which bus played to overwhelming business, and ror which scats nave been sold months j in advance. Majestic patrons may witness abplendld adaptation of ihi fanoua play in "The Criminal Code," a four-part photoplay, tomorrow, Imagine, if you can. a baby girl adopted by a master crook; reared and 1 educated in a convent ami later as a aocial debuMmti Ls Inatructed by hei criminal togcer-father In the nefarious arts of his trade. Hot this beautiful Kil l escapes iin soul-warping Influence nf this combination of circumstances forma one of the most Interesting stories imaginubli THE FIRST CONSIDERATION. i i aliv Mini that shmi 'C in M l hat iiiiilri all cav iisImimts are thoroughly Uepause thPre is no consideration miiiic ahead o safety in banking, we t cumstanccs the bes1 interebts d our safeguarded. The affairs of tints Lank are conducted along lines of strict conservatitJin and 'iii' large capital and siifi!us is an additionu guarantee l safety to depositors, VOl' Ii a count i cordiallv invited. DIRECTORS: J. H Evans It. U. Mi Parlln It. S, Lit hflcld Homer M. I 'n ston B, W Sim lair J ii Markham, Jr. J A. Hull I' P1 'iilllinlly II F Sim lair Thomaa White 0 n. l.i I, ii. ml J. A. Chapman BIG EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK TULSA, OKLA. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $400,000.00 mm I h r N . u n y Tl.i. U. t .l Ulnilciianrn , 1.1 ! have nogreatcr tribute than the last- ""' Kl' torcea were givci Ihk record In film form of bis great every aasietance by the officials of th tragedy, "Othello," which cornea to the city of Venice, Italy, even going h Majestic Monmiy. witn a granueui t l Ul'l ri' K ill" e iii.ii Bill ptlMUM ,IU pie. viiuis effort, George Kletne Ims madi ar as to suspend traffic n the Grand nai for ix hours, sn that n single a production "t such beauty and valui modern element might mar the per that the Italian government inis hon- feet background of early Venitlan ored it by a plane m its archive. architecture, in making tins sumptuous photo- i Tn see this production of "Othello" NEW YORK CHURCHES LATEST VICTIMS OF BOMB THROWERS DARKENS BEA1 TTl'l I I V ANH lUKKTOREcl ITS TIUCKNI s. Mi 1.1 I I lit AT ONCE. GRAND I 11 E A T R E l DNE8DAY I K I M Direct froan the llroadwai Theatre v . Lew Fields ii siar ompato Presents i he lamMi loIMflcntlon "Hanky Panky" With an All-star fast Broad wa) Beaut) Choraa M i, iri 1000 tmghs Mdi Me, T n-. 11.00, 11.50, 92 s.al Sale REXALL HONDA funimon garden 8ice brewed Into a heavy tea. with sulphur and alcohol added, win turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and lux- uriant; remove every tilt ot dandruff. step Itching scalp nnd falling hair. Mixing the Wage Tea ami Sulphur recipe agehome, though, is trouble some, An easier Way Is to act the ready-to-Uee tonic, potting about BO renta a Inrge bottle, nt drug stnres. known as "Wyeth'a Bnge an.i Sulphur i 'iunpound," thus avi Iding a lot of muse, While Wiepy, (fray, faded hair Is Dot sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance ami attractive , nR.i. Hv darkening your hulr with Vfyeth'l Sane and Hiilpliur, no one DM tell, because It does It sn nntur I ally, sn evenly You Just dampen n laponge or neft bruefa with It and draw Oils through ymir hnlr, taking one 'small gtrafld nt a time: by innrnlnc all e;rny hairs have dlpappeared Aft-r Hnnthfr application or two your hair I becomes beautifully dark, gi issy, soft land luxuriant, and you appear years , nunasss AiU VALE THEATRE TODAY. 'I in I lightti UiatAllmeni of "TWC Mil I l UOLfjAB MYWnCltY." "THE WORD ui III- t'l iil'l.i:.-' A I uii-iii 1 1 Western Drama lroducwd b) 1 1 1 - siay-Roe Btndfoa, Fea turing an II Siar a-l. I I I I IN I III I R N " A One-Reel Drama I . aim int Mildred Hi II. l and l li. milline r T ill- ahould ii"t h" a nd a In' bt r Interested :i nd adoua domtna taati ; b of the Added to the long list nf cities thnt have Suffered fr on the bomb threwers' efficiency during thr pan few months ls the city of New York. The above picture shows the affect! of a bomb explosion In tit Patrick's Cathedral. The explosion tore a hole In the Boor m at one of the altars, smashed the ends of two pewi and did other damage to the edifice. One man was Injured The polio have not been able to find any clue o to the Identity of the bomb thrower. A few hours after this exploalon a similar one took place at the enliaiife of Kt. Alphonsus' Church causing but little .Inmoge. It won In the latter church that Frank Tanm haitm, the 1 W V ogitatnr, and his followers were arrested last winter and sent to Jail As the two bombs were evidently exploded by the same person, the police ai v Inclined to beiicu that thla la the form tin. threuteotO 1 W W. leMi.ge it ifcinr is a pi h lb whl ti overlooked by i nyone y.iu know your Bhaki you cannot fall tu be gripped by the treme tlon of tt,.s vlaualtat d i "Bard oi Avon." on M' Tin attraction at th Irand theatre, matinee ami night, today, aIll be Nell O'Brien and bis great American minstrels, an oi itib itli n arhli h tiad its birth ovei two yeari .nn and which has S.lll '' been uniis Lilly ST ' essf 111 No gri iter atige favorite exists with minstrel lovers everywhere than Nell O'Brien, who baa been coming here for V'ars, and now at the he-id of his own organieatlon, tu- wii receive an- company is ipoken of In the highest terms and contains moatly n w people since h' hurt appoar d hi re. Tne , titt i -talnment haa also been provided with a complete new tcenlc drew, erlth all new wardrobe and other accessories all new this aeason, Among Mr. O'Brien's principal comedians are Harry VanFosaen, the monologlat; Bddla Haaler, Peta Detaci Major No west, Iior.-.n A- sir nik-, Nc k Voarg George r. Peduaal, David Morris. J.inn s Barardl Lealle Berry, Charles it. Wright. Jon .than Haw. Billy Cut ran, r B. Hodge and many other of minstrel fame. Including n big nr cneatrs and band under the direction of Frui.k Punter. Ml Throns:hiiiit t! " United States nnd Canada, at the belli r theatre every where. "The Million-Dollar Mystery" is a hendllncr No other m'db 'i pt tore produi tion vies with It for tins i GRAND MATUQ AD VIGItr. SATVIIAtf, utTOBiK 24 Otcar F. Bedg Presents NEIL 1 ALL O'BRIEN allView I H1N8TR1 I 8 The cre.iteit miDRtrel courauy tn the murlii in the srettet mmtircl show crt: -l((cl MATINEE ISC r,"c 76C, II 00 Prices Might. Jrir. 50c, .7.'.c. .11 00, SI "e. Sta-. S.ilc HEXALL Toil.iy honor, It lends. And this -opr. inacv is due to the exceptionally inch quo Ity of the picture, to the fine pho tography, tin- Interesting plots and th Wonderful acting. Th. .Itlith In stallment of "The sitllon-tollar Mys tery' is being shown at rtie Vale thea tre today, "Left in the Train." a one-reel dram featuring Mildred Heller, vir ainla Waite, .1 s. Hurra) and the Thanhouaer twins, Marellne and Mi Hon Palrbankaj also "Th" wmd of Ills People," a two-reel w .stern drama, prod d by the Kay-Be stu II. 's of t New Vork M tlon I'lt turd Corporation, with an ull-sl.ir cast.