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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 16, 1018.
YE GODS! LOOK WHAT THEY WANT FOR DUDS! . : al I. Ittl.. ,J I.-, I. r . ...I h.I. 'lint h.i r ' ' r i 'I tu ci i wet dunnr Mi ' 1 1 1 1 i . i i 1 1 vi ii poll i' i m ' 1 1 . .r m i ' 1 1 1 1 i' w i ii t rn '- A l,nl In l In , n l,.i. i. i. if I I.. 'carts of the World' John McGorniack I, If. I. I. tin wr ..' I.. Qorwthm FWrn O.mnrtwd.in.-r Is Who On llit Stnmgcwt Itlnff, I'd'')' or laimanis. ALL BECAUSE i J f.M ..re Jul.. I.im I'.i:.' 11,1 lit .11 .ill ff . '-"JV f'.'t t.i :, 11 I, ..use whin Ml.' I. .ilk- fw4-WZV wall r fii.f.l Ii.iwn.i iit ... t nlL 'ffi?'kki intl'.'IV I. In. i'.. f I'.i:- Ii.ll .1 II." f&$tt 'n ' 1. r r . . ' t , .. . i , 1 ....... 1 .!(... ti t - jSt. 1 l-' Hi. I Hi. " mA . I "I,- M - f . M.'. l'.l tnr.-t JfcZjlL -4.: "ZjlKm IT RAINED - m.:. .I,,,,.,. h. r &mML Wi'&fe FolttM WIkiSO rpiMT1T '"! .ot Wet Say Thru Must liamages f mm lly. 'Hv r"bri: thcr'.-o sworde -ii'" 'I' f i ri Mty..r, nt. I l.i . I 1 t.il.le. It .:S it the f-ritlf. seen-: ' e .11.'' f- i r. t he i-il v .hi, in r.i.il ill.' f.f':rl.i i i t I,.:' " V f. t irit'i I'll ' tryin' t.i ili. " inn .liter. "npe. that nln' the nr !' " '' tt f.i "'t ffit: 'In v't- i-'.trr t.i ' ' our bluff, tnc'l.c" . it in 'fffiin slmirr Mid,. I'.i i 1 ' M " t. iil f'" II" liend tit t !lf f H ' if Ii '"' "I wms does Tlif ' ;-' n.'emnl. nod. led ii-.. 'tit ;.". nttir 1111..H1. sad, lliiri r tu' Inf. If nt t In- 1 " v mi .ire; ti.'."ii'ii in tt:f infivi.r'M r .1 f , ; hIIciiI'.v fill' I cut Mi" renin j Ilcan'i. till' llfiat'lrin-'is :..'' finer' I n t.i Mi rf a. t Ii" f. it.i t Is "'III limit" tin. I Mi. t nrl.un A 11 lsst l-r cf for . ,1 "'nlrin ffr.ii.' . i!i .fill .., In tin- civ li :i I i .f n!l tlilH nii-tiliil iI.m . ,K Mii'i i.H'i'i cf the nrnvT ml in of ill, lll.lf tills li.'i'fl HIIV T' II 'II ililm'i. tf'lilltlvil ll'l.l flollllil. i, .1 1 mi f.-r Mm It. run it, t .'i."!i"nitcti. me,di euf iii.l 1 . n. jio 1 1 y ila'nai'fi il'irui" the i term At least 'hrre property owners have 'if! ilnltiit for various iiino!.".!'- t" riT.itiinfi" tlifin fur the mtiil.U' u iti-r II. it w-iehed Into their cellars "aid rrllnrs being lot-rite. I In i Ini' dml 1 let of the city Iiioih hits of lumber nn.l a. mulitid trash ruing Mie sewer hilfi. caused their stnppnio. drill r'.n;M'.iii'tit failure to drain tin. lit n '1 propmlv. One wnmiii had the temerttv. (French f'T rail) to Mo claim for BROADWAY "ROPING HIS JULIET' by IIk HI JINKS COMPANY Open ft! 1:45 wllh Iti-tnrr Vr-k-Iny MiUlm-rn lfto MuliiM uiul huiulnyii 3 no You'll Ilnjoy Itil MIU Tulsa's Perfect Photoplay Theater OP CIAHIIOUK IV Krwatlonnl Hit of tlm ZIEGFELD "FOLLIES" in "Laughing Bill Hyde." By REX BEACH 11:30, ia:..ft, 3, 1:30, Pent Sale for I Arlnlla 20c ti, 11:30, 8 nml I aimrtu r tin' WoHd' I liill.ln ii too U:30 I CfMnfl Thin Momlnff I War Tin rlra STRAND-oSv Douglas In "the man from Tainted post" rull otHho Xypli1"! I'nlrlmnli Stunts. Thrills anil Sinvtl. ' Mult nml .l.'ff t art. ion. ) Sunday nml Monday Wlllinin S. Hurt In "Tlir 1i'II'h Huulh'" LYRIC Today RlinwIiiR tlio Ucvrntli KplfiMlc of tlw All-Wi-ftcni Scrtnl, " I'IrIu for .Minimis." Diitltli-d ' "The Noose of Death" IVntiirfnK Win. I Mux 'jui nml MInh l'dllli .Tuhnson Also I'nlvorsjil t'urn'iit Ilventi The 1U "V" ConnNly I'ntltbil "SUI.Im nml Scallownirv'' Admlsslnn Matinee nml MlitM, r.c nml l iilu lr War Tu. I I LIBERTY THEATER i ? Sg TODAY -r M William S. Hart in Ui m "The Dawn-Maker" Ul '-! t" 1'Atty Aimrt ki.i: 2 6 !? W In "I'A ITA Till: KolH.l'ir 2 I p Sown tln 1 1 :30, 1:0.-., :il. 3:5.-., 5:2(1. 0:1.-,, r E 'U T 1 ! . 1 ii . 1.. . 1. ... i-'i.' of V14" S--i1?&. i:,t.l Mr f l,av" iiii-'". ..!......,, l K CSkJih itw ' j 1 1 1 1 1 1 M . . 1 . . : i . t . iii.it. 1 1 , h.it it : "f &4 Jr 1 lr,lo- tr. hnrn- ,,1,,'t I,., 1 I . ! . , ., ion i'i" ' yf, JSJj,iUiJ i.l.ook Mi... .tv ! 1 ii.ii, ,1 -l r ,, , .;. f "11," , fr,M C ' M ' l.-Mon "f a lot r . th" .. " . 1 - ,- : . th- .., 1- ( . I . s. ' A II,.. ,.,.v I , ,- ... I..,- 'I.. i. '.I,.- n.v.T tV V f littl myj( VS , ' .1 ..".' f -ri..y iff I S.TliyfT .'J i ni.-iit. ti,,. it.. , . : .i ..r.-.i Iil 4 IltV i- 1 niorn thaim ccnuirr LIIIL-Vfl I I1HII1 J LI I V luL TO FORT WORTH READY ImfirnvPTiirnt In 1 h rillwviv ri r, i n l -f w i-rn Till1 W'ni h. T iii'i. w ;im n 1 1 1 1 ' v lv fit I Ini? if I .tiVif.l hi th n't tI iV .V I 'nl I 't.ll I'lii'M 11. I lull '.' I. if., Hi'iTO- larv I'nlliiinn K'-rvIrn H nviillnl.li from Tu Nti In Oklahoma "1 1 v Ii-iivIiik hr. at .'i'IO In the iifti.rnii.ifi atnl arriv ing In Ok lulu. i. in City III tin," In iiiiiki. Mm Hoiitlitioun.l iniilii linn Hnnt.'i l"'n to l ort Woilh. I'lllliniin rf.Ni.rvat li.tiH inav iu,iln fur TiiIhh Iriiv.li'iM thriiuKli tin' TuIk.i 1'rlHro i.ffi. Iti'tiirtiliiir. Mm lr:iln liavpn Kurt Worth at 8:25 a. in ami rxitrh.'ii ok I.I.. .ni.i rilv nt 4 .1 1 n. to. Ih'UvImk Okliililina I'lty nt 7 I'U a m , iiirlvn In Tnlf.li al I i II i ft. in SIccpliiK runt ur- provl. Ifil hot worn Oklahoma I'lty nml I'orih W.iitli. MOTHER AND TWO SONS TO ATTEND NIGHT SCHOOL Mm IMta M. I.tnlii an. I Iut witm lloi-lHTt nn.l lipiiiilo II HiTi, thr.'.' of the flnl I In Kt inli'tiiH to I'limll In tin. nll'hl f'hool oifn.'i hv th. hoar. I cf flu. 'all. .ii. Km nl lini'lit l.'iHt iiIkIiI tiiillc ali il kofn liiii-rf-m, . n 1 1 1 1 .-r .i .i I atnl Si. ..nihil roumin Ih'Iih; Mm iiiuhI popular I'.'niollinrril will n rnn llliiifl totihrht, nml th" fimt ci-iliinn will h h.'M Ttnu.liiy ami thnroiifter raiili Tin'Htlay, ThiiiMilny nj Jlatur day nlk'hlM. 1. A ST TIM I X TOUAV O Rn J, I'olkK. Ifo a Ulnn-Talhtl Oklnhnnut Ciw-iiL-nir! Fairbanks -- - I I Oil'' fif thr i-r'Mit plt.rifltiri i.f 1-i.ltUT to the thontiT nri'l nlfio ffrlnR llm hli: pctiiri' ilniiii.-iH Is th" 1 1 1 p. nl u ii 1 1 -, affi.rih'.l tu rt'ii.'W ai-iialiitanr Willi cl.l fiuiil'i mi. I fav.iiiliH l W '. r i r f 1 1 1 1 . th lat. of filiii.luni. MhrfWilly livim-M thiN tiulh .in. I haft n-la'iii'il soiiih of li in l.i't phiM-iN in all Iuh plr tilliK 'i'M-1'.il i.f llio HlarM a ii. I laliilltiii who hi -1 1 I to luilki' '"l'lm Itlrth of a Nation" an. I "Intnl. 'rami'" tin' irr.'.ili'Ht nii.'r.-HHf'H cf th.'ir tlini urn to In- Bi'i-n imMlti In ' lli art.i cf th" Worhl." whlrh If ronMli!.ri,il by Mr. lirlf fuh M viirf'.st itIII. h to Ik. th" Hiipri'iiin ti liiinph of hi.i riiri'fr up to thin Wl Ullllf. Th.'V arn 1 .1 1 1 i.i n l.lh, lt,.l'it llarrnn. O'.ri:" Si li'in.in nn.l Jnnppliln ('riiwi'll. Iiorolhy Oinh, who i.Iiivh th" pan i.f "th" litll" .linturhor" In ; "lli'iirtH of thr SVurhl" ami furnlshcH lh" incut lively I. It cf romeily In thu iiillr.. prmliii tfoii. whlih lutH iilifaily .-arnr l rolinniiH of priilun for her In llm nowKpappiH, waft not ni.iii In "Th" IShlh of a Nillnn," but took a Hinall part In "I iitnh'riinrn " llfr hlMl.'r, I.llllan. who plnvn "lh.' filrl" In "Ili'.irls cf thn Worhl" snrl I who mail" thr- trip lo Mm I... I! I.f hi. Is of I'r.ni" with licrothy iin.l Unhurt Hart. in In makii fr.i.'H cf thi; hn; prii.tiji't inn, w;im H.ffi .'it hjNlf. Htoii..tnan 1 In ' "l h" HI! Ml of a Sail. n, ' nn.l r inhnli.t'it W ill Whil mau n ImaKlliary i iliar.n l.'i' "nut of thn rriullf' I'tnlh.s rurkini;" In .' liitnliTan.'iv" .Ins. 'phlni 'rowfll, who look llm part of tin" "Houth.Tii niothT In 'Thn lllrth of a Nallcii," ami 111" vlmlntiif. guc.'ii c'ath.'rln.. .In Mrdlcl In "In lolcruiii .'," In "tin- Klrl'h'' niuthi r In "Urartu nf lh" Worhl." Iti.h.rt llarrnn. who plays I In- tnal h'.ul, "thn liny" In "lloartu of thu Worhl." Itiipoi sonatf.l th.' Stiuii'inati hoy In "Tln I!lrtt of a Nation," ami plaVi'.l th. ininlfTii hoy In "Inl.ih.riiii.'i.." llm iipiik'nim In "HfartH of thn Worhl" Im Von Strcliui lpla.'il hv li.-orci Sflifiiian I, a vlllalnoim offh rr nml "rxtwlnh. py. O.-cri:.' .s.-inman wiim SIIii.h I .) lu ll III 'Tho HirtU of a Nation," ami tin. IfiiilliiK villain In " I nl oh'i iinrf " "lliarlri of thn Worhl" In aniiiiiitir.'. for a prhil rnxaR'nirnt In thin rlty at tin1 Majiwtlr thfiitor for kIx (layn, roiniiium'ltiK Tui-silajf nuitinec, Nnv.'lnh.'r 19, With IIHitllM'C'M llilily. 1 MUST HAVE SOLDIERS' PACKAGES IN BY NOV. 20 It ban brrn nnnnuni'iol that thnun who hav.' rbum ri'lutiv.-s in thn nvr m.im frvlci of any nf I In' Mi'Vi'U wpI fiun iiKi'iirlrn ran haml parkaKWi fur Ihi'tn In to tho Ilnl iVomh nml have llii'in ai'iit to tht'tn In tlm.. for Chrlat max. ini" iniiHt mmi an application blank, mutiny Mm ri'latlotiHlilp. tiainr ami Kiv" othi'r ilata that la nreihol In or.li'r Ihut thn pnil"r liiitsht be EMPRESS LAST T1MK.S TODAY Five Vaudeville Act lliii.llliii'il by the loimtcl OrplM'iim lhi kfaiy t onmluiil HARRY VAN FOSSEN "Von know you kmm" Mm ! Matinee Today All Seats 15c (Kii"lil llinca, 2.V) NlRtil I'rlifa: I.V. 2.V nml 5.V-. llox.'H, Mh', l'lrtttnn nt 2:1.. 7:20 anil 9:00 amh-lllo at S. 7111 ami 8:20 Hot Offli 1VIi-iImim 92 Coming Tomorrow 5 New Vaudeville Acts llonilllmil by tlr l'nmon Onilii'uni IVatun' Ait t.it i". nr. mak Sl.OOO-iv-wii'k vamlmlllo mar nno of I ho most brilliant l oiiiiNlli'iinivi of I In tinn,-a Hlnndanl IkwiIIIimt i'vrrv!i"n Ami thr fnnM.iiM liurlowqiip Irani, Mlmrtin: IhwiIIIim Ixmors ovory wIhto with aiidi'llh'' IhxI M. V ATI .KS A TYSON SonfT' and 1'nlM'r ami lnirTHn- HliollM. RIALTO Today Only TIM'. (iM.IIOM ( OWMOY i ii.m mm: Tom Mix In a ThrlllliiK ViKlcrn Story Six-Shooter Andy" Ms... a Tmi. I'ii I CoiniNly. Sliowsal Il::t0. I -: I.., :t : I.V I. ,10, 15. 7, N 15 and 0:30 I'l'lii-s: lii.u.'i' fl.Kir. "J-'i': hal- rnn. He. ( hililn n. at MvatJliii-r. (lc: nlKlilf, lie. ( I lnx prhif. In. Iiiil,' war till ) Tomorrow for 5 Days A vlJrrlnii. MMi hil pr.wlui'llnii of (he ii'lrlimtiHl lrur I nine in.'lo ilraniii "STOLEN ORDERS" wlih mi nll-Miir i-a-t Iniulcil by four famous stiirs kitty i;iiiiiiiiv. .ii i: 1:1,- HXiK. MONI'M.II' lOVL, ( Mtl.YI.I. III. U lttVI I.I, At lii'Kiihir Kiallo l'liixs. f properly Idcnliflrd with th recipient of a packiiK". Spi'd.il ii'ipiPiit 1m nuirle that thoHr havlnir IiiIi.'Ih fur p.ii'kaii'B to go to Holill.'in B.'rofiM the nea have their pai'kai'i! at th.. office of the In upector for ih lte.1 t'rnm linmeillate ly. It In Htated from the number of park.iKeri already received, there are hniiilrt'da of them In Tulsa yet to he H.'tit out. It In nncenimry for them to he cloared out from the Inupector'B office, befnrn November 20. It la noted that In ran one dnea not tret the package Intended for a .soldier In Krance to the Inspector by i November 211, It may never be rie , llvered. The wnrk Ih crowded up at I pt'.'wnt, and it Is aitvled not to wait , until the lam moment. TELLS STUDENTS HE IS , PROUD OF THEIR SHARE .Student!! In thn Tulsa hlnh Bchnol , wern Kiven a treit yi'Ht.Tday morn 1 Ini; at assembly when ('. S. Avery. I county chairman of the war fund caiiipalirn committee, spoke to them Mr Avery declared nt the outset , that he wasn't .1 pi:.TIc npeaker, but before, he' had, finished every one was convinced that If tie were not a t professional spokenmnn he wiu so full of his suhlect and so sincere In , his purpiis" that no one could tell th. difference. ! "You llvn In a town where you see lot.s of money, where you hear 'hie money talked: hut It lan't bad money. Its the kind of ntoiyy that . Is always ready to he RTven for a pnod caufe. It's the kind of money j that Is ruled by the spirit of rhar lty. The men who hold the monev , baits In Tulsa are the kind that throw their money on the table to make up any deficit that may come In patriotic and civic affairs. And you yourselves are growing up In a town where there Is a great vision I of civic 1 -iKlitenusncHM. "It is a beautiful thins; o know that you have nil felt your respon. nihility and answered the call of the hoys who have fought to make Kurope the great "proving ground of democracy " The speaker closed his address by irlving a clipping from the IJterarv Ingest In a powerful argument for self sacrifice. j RED CROSS GETS "$U 65.57 I FROM SALE OF OLD TIRES The Harrows Tire and Tluhher company was the highest bidder fur the tires and inner tubes which have been collecting at Second and ltos ton and Fifth and Itoston for the past several w.s'ks. The price paid I'V the Harrows company amounted to J.'iil IS, several tin liars In excess of the lot sold a few weeks ago. As a result nf the schenio which was started by the Tulsa automobile I. xm.i 'latum, represented by Jack slaughter and K. It. (iuthrle, the Ked Cross Is several hundred dol lars Letter off. The first lot cf tires, collected some weeks ago, brought l'.3.v:i: Total sales amount to I I. 165. 57. 1 ltlto ADWAY, If you ili hi- to see a real western play wlih ph'tity of good singing and linii.ing as special featured, don't miss "Coping Hi Juliet. " hv the Hi .lii ks company nt the Hroadway the ater this afternoon and evening There wiil l.e a complete change of program Sunday aftcrnonn. Thin pl-ay, which was put In tab form by Mr. r.arnett. is one of the most ln leres'lng presented here by these p.. pillar players. And Tulsans w! up. predate eiery line of It. There are num. Tons comical situations created hv 1.., ie I'.ridge and Fdgar Harnett that will throw you Into fits .if con viilstora There is a clever little love story and the usual tricks and schemes of a first-clnss villain. The musical program Is one of special interest I sue Hrhlge sings a clever pong. " W'ant a Man " Harry and Cuth are seen to excellent advantage I in h.ir lsh lancing, while the Stein way yiiaiti-t brings down the hou.se witli a mui.bij of cutyhy Bongs. THE SINGING PROPHET OF VICTORY ()iK TOUR FOR Y. M. C. A ONE TOUR FOR K. of C. Hundreds of concerts for War Relief. Raised one million dollars for Fourth Liberty Loan in one evening. CONVENTION HALL WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20th City Briefs Till'. INFANT daughter of Mr and Mrs. I. J. riii.rw..d, Weal Twelfth street. p..s. .1 uway Krlday mm ii. UK liiii'Tult Al:i:i, will meet his dis- iihsimi ri.nip i n "Th" Challenge, of the I'lH-a nt rum " thia evening 111 handhail iMiirt. V M A'. A. All mem bers are uig.-d to in attendance, nCwi iiiner.i ale we'cuiue. I - liKK MffltltlS. H'in-!n-law of J. J. I u Shune, who ha.s hc.n In the serv ice for several mont hrt. stationed at Camp lfcgan, Hunslun, Texas, has been appointed to ttin officers' train. I llg school. - HKV. MKIA IN KIOIIT and wife cf Cuthrie will hu at the Mission cf Heileeinliig I.ove for acverul days. I Klder Wright will hW quarterly ' meeting Sunday ami preauh each livening wtille in Tulsa. Kvcry per !min invited tu attend the.so upcclal meetiiiLK ... I.! KIT. II. I'. I'KK'i: Is expected to ai'iive s, ion from Camp Cody. I'i'iiiing. N. M , where In- has been on ba.so hospital duty In llm service of the armv medical corps. After spending a few days with his fam ily. Lieutenant Price will leave, for the east tu receive his overseas or ders. t Till: imi-Y of A. K. McWliorter. who died Thursday, w.i taken to W'axahai hie, Texan, yeaterday after noon by bis brother, J. K. McWhort r, for Ititermeiit. Mr. McWhurter leaves a fit her and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. McWhorter of Mellon, A.a, a wife, six brother and three nsteni. Twii W his brothers 'lire with the army In Krance. I ATTKNTION Ol'" oil geologist stil donts Is mllcd tu the opening of clauses tonight at 7:30 in room II, Y. M. '. A. .Many new students who have never had opportunity to take the course urn expected to enter. Hooks may be obtained at the desk. All young men who have Intentions of Joining the class are anked to he. prefH,'tit at this fust meeting If pos sible. PUKSKNTINt; n plan for the con struction of sidewalks and paving In Cherokee Heights, an unimproved quarter In the northciuU section of the city, a committee, composed of members) of the l"herokeo Heights Mens' club appeared before the mayor and city commissioners at their regular weekly meeting yrs terd.iy morning. The proposition was referred to Pity Knglnoer H. 11. W'nss for Investigation and ratifica tion. I t'lii.INr, THAT (lordnn avenue In Kendall addition Is entirely too nar MAJESTIC 6 Days Starting Tues. Matinee LIMITED ENGAGEMENT t The Story YouCan't Forget Is Your Heart in France? Augmented Symphony Orchestra PPJppC Night 50c. 75c, 1 JAJ-"-' Minim- 25c, 50c, Matinees lally nt 2:15. Nights. 8:15 Prompt Autos tit 5 and 11 p. nu NOT!" Mail Orders When Accompanied by Money Order or Chock Will IUvel Prompt Atli-nikin. ItcHcnroxl Seat sain starts this morning nt Majestic Theater. Seats on sale now at row fur ordinary traffic, communi cation was received front "K. I Har well by the cltv commissioners yes terday' with a pU-a tw have the street widened Cordon avenue Is hut feet wide from Sixth to Kleventh street, and the petition asks that It he made Kt.indard width. The peti tion was referred to City Attorney Karl Snecd und City Knglncer II. II. Wywi. I A CANVASS of the church mem bership cf th" First Methodist church for suhecr Iptn.ns to the gen eral budget for the coming cotifer unoe year will bo mad., riiind.iy aft ernoon. The hoard cf stewards and all others who will volunteer for this work or who cm furnish their cars for the afternoon will meet for dinner In. the basement of the church from 12 to 12:3V All members who have not already made, their sub scriptions are asked to remain at heme until after tho committee has called. i-Yitir. William. Imnean. star and dire.-tor of Vltagrupli's stirring aerial play, "A Fight f"r Millions." allowing at the Irlc theater today, semiis to bear a charmed life. In the making of these serials, the actors take all kinds of risks, and Ounoan, more than anv oilier, is known to take lumuii-r chances than anv other man on the screen. But despite slides and falls down mountain sides, leaps across wide cha-sms. terrific riding stunts and plunges Into wild torrents, he has never suffered an Injury which necessitated attention. This is a remarkable, record, when it Is taken Into consideration that Duncan has produced and acted In three lr.-eplsode serials within a ear. each of which was months in tlm making? Ihinran'H freedom from Injury 'probably is due to the fact that he is a skilled nthlete and a thorough man of the outdoors. He Is an expert rope climber, t.roan Jumper, swimmer, horseman, wrestler, boxer, etc., and knows how to take care of himself In any situation. A recuperative diet In Influenza. Horllck s Malted Milk, very digest ible Adv. G TODAY T ranD STOCK COMPANY playing "Wife In Name Only" also riCTCKES Cliff Ilavtllngs. leading man Nov. 19 I.OO, 1.50 73 $1.00 Seats on Sale Now at the. liox Office. Jenkins Music Store. WALL PAPER ORDINANCE IS AT LAST REPEALED To the complete satisfaction of cery one concerned, all restrictions have been declared off In regard to the much dlHcufwed and hard fought 'wall paper ordinance." City At torney Karl .sneed received rnmmuni catlon frnm-tlie Trades and lahor council nt commissioners meeting yeKterrlay Instructing him to repeal the ordinance. At the time that tho ordinance was pimsed city officials were wajr- I ii K a health campaign, and the nrdi- j nance, stating that ull wall puper Today LastDay Jess L. Lasky presents Vivian "Her Country First" Story by Mary Robert Rinehart HEARST-PATHE NEWS Screen time 11:45, 12:45, 2, 3:15, 4.:30, 5:45, 7:00, 8:15, 9:30 COMING SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY CHARLES RAY in "LAW OF THE NORTH" SPECIAL RETURN DATE MAJESTIC THEATER 6 Days Only Starting Tuesday Matinee, Nov. 19 1. W. GHIKFITIPS Greater than "The Birth of a Nation." I Nif ) Ma ights 50c, Matinees PRICES Mall orders, when nccompnnled liy money order or chi-eks, will be filled In siN4iiciiee of their receipt. Grand, One Night, Nov. 21 Not a Moving Picture rSPEXIAL TOUR - STAR CAST nomas W. Qoss. Amelia Umgnam, Rauina. Lord. . . Mary Shaw, Frederick.Warde. and powerful supporting Company in. ay? there: ASiS. Habtlzv Manner.3 mm- (VO Tr : The play t - NOT A GUN FIRED FUL OF COMEDY One Year nt tbe Globe and Liberty Theater, Ness Y'ork. Prices 50c to $2.00 SKAT SALE TClSDAY iU.D BOX OFFICE must be removed from thn wai's of rooms and buildings before lie v can be re-papered, and that n'l paints, kalaomlne and other will dressings must be thoroughly re. moved before the .walls can l.e re decorated," was gtrongly protested by both property owners and w) paper and decorating concerns alike. When tho health ordinance was writ.! ten the cost of thus cleaning walit for redecorating was estimated ta cost from ti to $2.50, while a nhm t time later it was found to cost frnm 15 to Jl! per room. These prices prohibited property owners frnm re. decorating their property and rut down the sale of wall paper, etc, more than one-half. Today Last Day Martin -in- Aug mented Symphony Orchestra All Seats Reserved J WAR 75c, $1, and $1.50 TAX 25c, 50c, 75c, and $1 EXTRA &e acted by the - frV? ;- 23 performances 1 'I'V..