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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, APRIL '20. WW.
NEGRO SLAYER GIVES BATTLE TO PURSUERS i, jin MaWm Inatanlly Rlllrat tij '"' l'1'1 tiWllMMl Strict. FLEEING MAN SEIZES A TAXI ,.!,. . n n Overtake rugltHu Who I'lt-oai Tl'rt Mmla Hi forc Melon lluliliui'd. tin I J'., t ' li.- ! ,, Malone, liern, In drail and . r l'ool, nriiro, la being held al station at a result nf u 1 mi 118 North C.reenwonc, at ,i k HaHtnmy mgnt, uiiiiiik I'd.il a hot Mulono four Ilium, linn Instantly. AfiT the killing Pool Hied to ,.,;. imm the police by holding un t,',,i ill wvr t the point of a platoi. i-,r.l )iik the shunting Tool ran to Kit.'-" Davenport streets. hri' ir ..'''! "I loy " llir ' r"''l in j,-: hnv to carry him away in Mliitncy mm i larence I uixnlng I'iioI. called to the , hold 'lbs mart an,j In tht int the engine wan stalled : j mii'dl to the from of the. car it it attempt to crank the car ,1,. ! 'he two policemen (mi' near .... ?; ed three allot at them. W l'h.y ami Pnilth eiu rrou nrt 1 nti i' it him under arreat and -ur-i. 1 .in to the police station. T , niiiiue of the ahootlng la not livw'i. hut according to wltncsaea It i- .. ictit that thn quarrel wn the r. - ." of a. poker game Haturday in- !!. . ,.n:.lrrahl agitation waa n d among the rltlicna over the t nir and at (ins time It win -,. i. v that a moh would alorm the , v mi and lynch Tool, hut no ll.'i.tin were carried out. Ii.l was In a lorn I confectionary fvvv minutes before the ahool lid had given Patrolman v a clgur. leaving Whitney I n ' t-'i lr V ( V I' I' ' I.1 I r e'i" I'K .' fr 1 f '' t lo: I snrte Pool went out and U) il minutes the ahnoilng or--. I According lo eyR-wltneascs c win first ahnt In the turk ni liirnlug around, frumhlliig 'if Ki'uund, three mote shots wrtu I unking him In the Hiomach. il.mii lived at 2H North Mart ! ii nd was employed, by thn till 'inure. Third und Cincinnati as a porter. Pool la am- I n.i a floorman In the Mhvo rni.'. ami tun only been In Tulsa ,i abort t linn. PROVES ENCLOSED CAR IS PRACTICAL FOR TOURING Determined lo prove, for tila own m iFfiictlon at least, that the prop erly constructed ancloeed car la as jnnctiiable for touring purpoeea an u tr.iirii model, Ixiula M. Hlcllmann of the l-'ranklln Automobile company's n.it nicer staff, took n new Krunklln it i. n wllh a brand new motor over trip of 970 mile of the roughest K.inir he could find. 11 returned to ih- r i. iory with the car In as perfect r. 'milium oa when lie left and th U"ii i' going better every mil. Mr stellmnn left the l'rankltn fic iiry at Hvraciiae, wl'h four per t n and lugriicn, n Mend load of Mr than l,0t0 pounda. Tha apeed i f Mi" car grudunlly Increaaed an th ti " . ,r worked into lta proper awing, mil when tln flint lip of the Jour i v inlcd at New York the car was li' : ' l.rlier than M) mlleg against a u m I 1 hat sallnfled thn engineer M.a 1 Mil- r.ir waa all right for etralght "'m il.'. I. ut he determined lo punlah r a I ti n tiinie bv aending It over t!ul h.i i -li-at rouila be could aelcct. I.i i. hi.- New York he. headed for the New England mountain. ICven cm r th rough country roni first I'm miiiii red It waa Im pnaalble In Int Jui tlm aiiperh riding iiinltlea of Hie Si-dan, an the hardest teat of !l ih di vined and from ' Hartford, ':m , Mr. Htellmahn wlieoled to aid llio Vermont hllla. The firm nt"' u was u atralght alretch of ln! ' with the. road.s hxIo deep in n i I The I'lunklln Redan covered the i n'ire no miles on low and acc ord tear and thn only nil hap waa on "tie had alretch where the mud wai en derj, )t acraped off the fly wheel g'Mrl. three' five'dayTtrikes are proposed for mooney SS I' ItANtMMCO, Airll ' " hi million biillolM on the nneatlon of three aurrmsl vo nallnn-wlde 'ik..i in behalf ),f Thomaa .1 i'-v and his t'O-defumlanta will I' -.lit union mnmhera throughout ti" country In the next few tin v h, l 'l ud 1 1, Nolan, aecretury of the h'le: i atlmiHl Workers' Defense I'lK-n-. iiiinnunced here todnv The ' Mill-be canvassed In Chicago, I"! ."tilling .Inly 1, Nolan aald I i" ballot prnpoaea n five-day ''". he K i n ii in (. Ji,y 4, mid in the event It falls of lta purpose, airtilher 'ne ,.iv htnhe, beginning Heptern '" 1. Labor rtav. If this falls, a third five iUy atrlke, beginning No ii ti.-r 19. Ih proposed. FNDY DAY DOESN'T STOP BUSINESS OF DAN CUPID Grand Opera Patrons to Have Real Treat When Antonio Scotti Comes 1 fii ii - li- . IS Wt-i'v I v :t"sj j w In n rutin- With the (Ingle exception of Pa niau, no cpetu singer la mora widely r favoiably known than Antonio Hrnttl, for ninny years the maln atay of the Mel i opolltan Opera iiiin pany, New York, und It l therefore with peculiar pleasure that opera enthusiasts In this comiiiiiutly learn lhat Mr. Hcott) will visit thla city as tht, head of hla own company on May hth and nth. t Convention hall, under thn auaplcea of (ho llyechku club. Antonio .Scot it waa horn In Naples In lltlD und made hla flr.it appear ance on the stage at Malta nn No. ceinher lat, 1S9. Ha ateadlly won the favor of the public rind following upon successful engagomenla In Mi lan, Uunie, iiuenoa Aires and Ma drid he cam to Inmlon In 1H9 und appeared at Coient (larden as Hon (iloiannl on June Nth, alnrn which time be has been a tegular member of the t'nveiit ilnnli'ii compuny. In the winter of IKOIl hn caiin, to New York and In his first season at the Metropolitan opera hound firmly establlehed hla position na one of the leading barltonei of the duy. For the last 1 4 yeara hla career divided between Iiiidon and New York haa been one of unbrnken success. Hrnttl was taught alnglng by Mine Krlfarl I'oyanlnl herself n pupil of the eld. er Imprll -and has expressed In print his great Indebtedness to her skill, ldko tunny other singers be fore hlni he was n little Impatient at being kept back In his young days, but ut luet when the opportunity of doing heavy dramatic work canic to him he recognized the wlwloiu of h a teacher'a methods, hla carefully placed voice being eo.unl In ull rea sonable demands made upon It. " Scold's voice Is peculiarly agree able. In quality und hla vocal style,), singularly rra rrom tn voices ot tne modern Italian school. His reper tory la large, ranging from Don i;lu vannl to thn Amerlcun . Consul in "Madame Itutterfly .' i:xcelllng In drains hn Is perhaps at his best as I'hlm-Ken, the sinister Chinaman In Lcnnl's opera, "1f irucohi," in w hich he will he seen here. Mr. Hcottl him self regards this as the greatest rolf of rile career. In addition, the -com pany will present Mascagnl's iiiebi- dlous opera, "Cavullerlu Itiiatlr.inu, and In cities where thn engagement Is for morn thun one night I'urclnl I "Madame Itutterfly " Here are thn Tlilsann who are making It possible for thla wonder ful company lo be brought to th n.MKle city. h'red 8. CHhton, C. K. Slrouvelle, I. ee Clinton, J. II Meltirnev. V. J I. Dlllsrd, J. K. CrXrile. W. . Muck, J. M. llerrir, A. K. lwls. N. T. (lllbert, W. A. Vondnver, K W. Hlnclalr, W. A. llrownlee, J. II. Hoaeer T. J. Il irlmaii, T. A. Penny." ' C. Helling. IV In Wutklna, .1. M Temple, C. K. Huclini r. Al Mush H. tiro. Camp hell. l. II. Stanley, Han ,Hynt. J. II. Miiserve. Kugenn Iirt'nrt, Hlumn Jaiikuwaky, t'osden t'o, K. U. Perry, It. K. MiHiee, Hoy ISiitinan, Ira McCarty, Paul Oullowny. N. .1. (Iiibsur. Dun DavlHson, lialley W. Hell, tthas Hllas, W. II. Ponierny, II. W. K'lskaddon, Chaa. Murcer, (iarfield Huel, W. 11. Pomeroy, A. T. Allison, C. K Hhuhler, Kelly Hprlng f'.eld Tlm Co. J. (I. Hruce, K. .1 Hnwmaster, W. II Crowder, J. Muyer, ("has. Noble, W. M. Knaa. J I. U Htandi'ven, U It. Darow, I). C, Acnsta. C. J. Illndnian, C. K. Hush, K.WK. Make your Healing Hemerty at home. Oet a 60c bottle of l'"arrl' Healing nil. add It lo a pint of lin seed nil and you have u full pint of lh best hejillng remedy lhat money can buy. It cures old aores, wounds, rut and scratches. We aell It. Adv. il r. rltctblns. J. Jl. Cole, Fcot' Halllburton Co., U N. Kwlng, A. C. Hunt, :. O. Hpindler, J. P. ti'Meara. W. E. Ilrown, K. P. Harwell, J. D. Hall, 10. II. Short, J. A. Chapman, H. M. McKarlln, J. M. (llllntle. I.on Klunahery. I. H Carlelon, H. C. .legeler, Mayo Kurnllure Co.. W. M. Haker, Walk-Over Hoot 8hop, O. It. lionard, J. II. Foster, V. Hotter Kemp, A. J. Crlpe, It. O. McCllntnrk, 1j. K. Cone, II. Margolin, Arthur Nswlln, Frank Humes, II. It Miir duck, '. F. Karren, A. i. Marr, .1 l. hVeeninii, H II. Kngtra, A. It. Wllev, (len. Winkler. C. II FeiiHter inacher, F, P. Waller, Hamlngton Hngera, !. 10. Heeves P J. I0d , wards, F. 10. PfrVlns. .1. H. .lonesr W C. Kl Hot. II. II llethmali, Thea. Cox, W. K. Cottrell, K. II. Iluthrey, H S Wagoner. Ie lrverlng, Arihu" I', htcger, I'. W. J ti Carr, C. Z. Wiley. Cnmphell, W. sull. Murk K. Tithan Tipped Way Through Europe With Kit of Chocnlatc .How Im obtained sen he by tipping girl bell hups and wait reer.es with sweet chocoliiti-s In stead of monev while In London In told by the repi escnt.it Ii of a, Tulsa, oil inmpuny wh bis re cently returned after a 10 months' stay In KngUnd ami a vlelt t' France and Helgium ll vMng the fvu csisht to can v Willi him from America o pounds of candy and thousands of ctgarels. on which be wllllnglv paid heavy duty. he. (mind thai by dispensing (hem freely lie null get what money could nnl luiv, n snap-shot of some furl or oilier military properly, where, kodaks wen, barred, miti'ih Into muni tion plants, where il.ltnrs were not gi'in-riltv admitted, it ri extra supply of ih-in towels or a lint water bottle tin ki d in the foot "f hla bed in London's cold cheerless hotel Kuest rooms, und il hundred other ih all ablcs that arise triii lliig In u wnr-iiiiresHi"l Chncnlates .nnl clg.irels wereAii novellv to rich anil pour nllke. and there Is no deiislim that TiiIm oil men prulialily "put lluniuMi" inanv u uund deal bci .iusc the w ito or it. muliicr ,.r u wealthy l-.nslisli ' coiinei t Inn'' rercived il treat In the form of American sweets There was no butter or snK.ir on the Islands, of course, so Ih; su-hti'd Tula. in crossed tin wl'h n supply nf liis own, after scalding out Ills soap carried around til el personal ra tions his butter lu the snap lu x ami his nugiir 111 an ordinal y ta lloiicr's envelope. There was a dentlh of all food etuffM. even Including tel. which may he hud from lOngland'a pos sessions, und at the restaurants everyone was compelled In have a curd or he went hungry. (Oven chocolates were ot no avail there, for John Hull was the proprietor. "It will be. four years before FniMnnd ran put all leturtied aoldleiH back lo work." Is the opinion of the Tulai representa tive, who in. uin II a point to mix freely with those of lowly posi tion, us wcl! as those of promi nence. In order to get nil Insight lulu thn conditions; "for there must 'he n gradual return to thn old husls " According to hlni, there are now 21 women to every man In I'.nglnnd imd women are doing all kinds of heavy work. "Amerlcun soldiers." hn atalea, "are the Hons of the hour." k atci s ii ml ImX Ph.. V irrlage licenses were Issued to following Saturday by the clerk 'tie dial riot court: IVank J. h. Vh, Tulea, an, I-milse Huh 2i. Ht. IaiiiIs; Dewey Hed-'-'l, and Ktta Htannlford, 1, '""li; John P. PltcKel. 87. and ' Frank Halley, !9. Tulsa; .1. W. " irk, JL. .nil Fshn Tute 19 ft.. ,,!lt II 1. McKenrie. 37 and ' p i M iaiera, n, Tulsa; n. II. M '''Hoik, 34. and Kster V. Women - ' TuUsh; fieorgn C Hamblen, r'.lis,. and Be mien Davison, !2, J1 l-.uis; Hubert Hatton, 44. and Y't'ii J. Paului, 1ft, Hlgheart; Hariv li rWik, SO, and Haael Mur r'l. 13. TuIk.xv Pi, ii'iiK nr Tenia m-a r, " ' mtier article Hint I'l b.ir ran nf heavv fabrics r driven new Inn msctilne has levelnped (hit makes two ''' rows nf lock stitching at a i.Dt'O stttchea a minute. Baseball Players, Attention Wo are yganlxlng a flrt-claa baaahall team ut Pawhuxka and want nil oil workers In the vicin ity of P.iwhuhktt who play ball to call for thn manager of tho team at the MlNalon Pool Hull, J'awhuaku, Okla. Service The character nf men who control the polii Institution determines fho breadth of servlcn Institution. les of it financial rendered by that Thn Director of this company nrn brcad-guugnd business men, eurh of whom knows the value of servlco In his own business. R. M. M FAKI.IN II. ii Humous J H. K VAN! J. J l.'AKKIN IIOMKK M. PHIOKTON IKANK HASKKLL J. H. M A It K 1 1 AM, Jr. (1. N. W HP I HT H V. FOSTKH (ilOOHUK 10. HIJICK H. 1. Tlln.MAS CIIIOstTNCT I. '. W. H I NCI .A I It (i H. 1.KONAHIJ II. F. HINCIMIU .1. A. HI LL .1. A. CHAPMAN A. T. A LI. SI IN 10 H. K 10 M I ' W. A. HltnlVNLIOK 10 I'. IIAHWKI.L HT AND K V K N lNT:(ilUTY AND STIll ONtiTII . Exchange Trust Company 14 Fam Tliinl Nlmnt, Tulsa, OLlnJuunn Affiliated With the Kxchange National Hank by Joint Ownership of the Capital, Mm k if o D aocaoi OE301 II SIP1HNG M1E1R1E That Mfann Kodaking Are You Fully Equipped We have all sizoh Hnd Rtylos of llastman kodaku on hand from tho small Brownie for the kiddie to the mont elaborate nizo for yourself. You push the button, we do the rest. Ieave your films with us for developing. This de- E aliment haw jrrown far eyond our fondfat expec tations. Enlargements our .penalty, ('all and get ac quainted with Tulna'n Mmt Kxclumce Kodak Shop With Harry UeUbron 301 IOE MUST RESPECT RIGHT OF SOLDIERS-ANSELL l'in'iiH'r Ai-ilng .Itidgn diHnt In Aihlnxt al lUtll Iiiiuik s.ts 1 ln'y Should llaic t l II (.liarunlisiy TIM ''I; 10. M,l . April I li i ni S T An.scil, wlinaii i i Hi i f (lie in 1 i 1 1 Jl l j i n u r t a li i a I ( lal slslilii IllVvUlisl lum in a i noil nl cl i-y b .a ll of ! Ii i.i -a in ilie war il - i lun' n lay, d,s ulilih lie I b anme us I. npiu i'e--i i' nf oifcunucd In be n,l in II VI I -ji.it l IHIIS with b.ali I'ttii 1. 1. a in ilm patimeiii. In an al,l i i'a.-i al rim nf (tie i it) i lu'.i hi-i e t I'liiiseii ilie mili'arv i isil, had bet n di ai ill ' Hi t ball', ii 1 1 Aluei i . and that t( is a snli injustice " 'Ihi-ic lire i.theia, however, lllgti and i i'e n i i.si 1 1 1 1' pnaillnli.i " f-onl, "hii liisla: Ihc aysli'in is m rn. Iil ii.i!. has imt resyil ted tn J il -1 1 1 Tbi'sa have lahrli u loi'St eli'll' means tuaisille die icnilc the isii'tu Is woiibv nf lil.ili piipul.ll' i onf l.li'iu e. .im led tn belleie tin' people t h mum' 1 1 1 s a re lltlpl ni ,1 11 " Il I he llljlistli'l- ,,r i lie hi si cm " I'olinu'l Ann il 1 1" nun led In u-f'y th- hlslnl v nf I1 Il W III. ll 11" eat, I syei.matti illy and H'l'" In itetllll Is the pntlsh I'Uile nf I ,' i I ' II" el'i'ki' nf Its siii'i " -i ll i1 n'V'l st'.HH. thn laet bimg III. I'l" in I'.'l'i. ' llliti il lion pill ,,n tin , li-lt lis", 'fl liii aldid it I 'i ' i.i ,1 iia all that a mill l.irv riiil.i can be ' 'I'lle difficult!' Willi tins code, I nlnil.i .Mnl .-n d. 'is Ihlt H dues nnl ilemp'.ile tlial a I'ourts lnartl.il shal be a inull lin ing Jimtlic ai inrilmg In Well cutab liabed principles and Indi n tidenily nf all pi'tswial power, yuitc to tho con'raiv It regards the cnuila nur lli.il simplv u ill" light land of the 1 1 n m u i a n ' 1 1 1 1 a i ffii ii to aid hlni In the ii i ii t ii :- ii a ii i-4 of illHiipliiie "Th"'-'f eiiuliies awarded are shock. I I i n a t v haisb, and I think that eieiy ' j bniv, if iii rvbodi would speak. ! flunk v and he I pt il ! I y, must lie i j !-. r tiiv nsbained of (hem ' 'iiiis nli sistem ought to les ! hanged u t once 1 1 ought I . haiiKi- I I i a." ord with He pit a nf our government to accoi.l ! wnti the view that u anld'.er Is not jttie pels, mil retainer nf an officer. I nt Is a iHIcti uitli ru:hts us aucli. in., le-a we res ud n soldier as a i -i i f and the mni n as rltmcn tha 111 eater a soldier mini, he be ' I , nrw fnim letter printing inn. i limn i Ills paper f I ftnni mils In- 1 l.i the prnper niren usi-s thrye colors of Ink when desired und anlniniilli'.il lv rhaiigea the nam and addresses I (or each letter produced lo be i ographer prlnii I ii k oiiirTTr l TADr.CT III M fi I of L. I I L IO ISIIUUI FOR VOLLEY OF BON BONS Tn be the daily rectp;eu( of nutneV oua bmea of canity Is (he delightful lot of Pilvstee I'.vellna Co' ail. the dainty "Marinette" and exp- t a'en al tha iiiarlnn tecrin leg hcadnuarters here Although smi e nf Hie senders prefer tn remain sunny moue, moat of the I. ones uutaln the names of soldiers, sailors and ma rines who takn Ibis method of pressing In Minn Coleman their grat itude for the assistance she hA been to them In upturning thnlr n bonis checks , During the past week Miss 'le man has donated her services lu fil.. j lug out the up Miry Unit I OH f A. M c 1 1 1 ll N F. T Funerul Dlreclor - Phone 4! HI' I South Main. ll.-ntlon blnnha neeea- lii obtain the giatuity recently iitborlieil bv the aoverniuenl. and a III laigs number of discharged men have Waken advantage of her assistance. Why Pay More Than Ten Cents for a h'renh Loaf Hot Dutternut bread every day will make meals more enjoyable as well as more healthful. A Ilia Store Full of Cood Thlny Smith-Andre Bakery MS S. Main i " " I m) o ! el I II : m li- -"I til ) u r-3 m I AM NEVER SATISFIED WITH THE CLOTHES I PRODUCE, WHICH IS ONE OF THE REASONS WHY THE MEN WHO WEAR THEM ALWAYS ARE. cS NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SATISFACTION. AND rVRNISURRS no& Tub IOE HOE D c I Dr. STOTTS 210 Richard Bldf., Third and Button IiB RTOTTB THEAT8 nt.oon n a kill IlI'MMS, ObalrueUuai, I'ronuuo Troublsa run sud fistula, BI4ny. Blsd t er and Urlo srf Dliaasaa, Hlisiunatlaai, blomiu:h and l.nar Duor-dcis. Formerly Prgctitinf Phyi cian of Hot Springs, Ark, -wsi -sr-s; onsilltatlllll am) Adlisi Charges Uiw Medicines Kur nishi d Herums and Vac cines Administered. "606" lur fwiiii y illiira (American KaJvnriMii) Arwnolwnwd anil Dlnrss-nol FOR BLOOD POISON Ileum - 0 m le n-fln e. m : Kua dart: I'l-1. 'I'i'nr sua OHurilsy oiiiiift. 7 ni Dr. STOTTS 110 KJrhard nlitj, Third Htreet and uiUiu A". Tulsa, Ukla. (ildl ANI10 VIHIl MI'HI N t'MH Under Coiiimo Ijiw Trust. N't KXCKMH lii'iiaratiuii of I I0H. 4 TJ Jin l or d.'talWjsTrlte Mld-Contlneii( 1i-gal Hervlcn 6UI-1! Kennedy Hldg. TuIhu. (ik la I Want to See Every' Wagcworker OWN HIS OWN HOME W. B WILSON BKCiurrAiiY or ianoii. Before building it will pay you to consult us. We will gladly estimate your- ma terials for you. 'a. "We Want Your Business" No proposition too large no proposi tion too small. Minnctonka Lumber Company Hill I aat 1 hlni Mmrd 1 rTIN I'lu.iw 303 I,. KNOW, MANAI.IOH, MBSjgMejsasaajejsasMfesassatfssvMsBk Bi.orOaaasi'a m p mat, in.sa.awa ""Wenadneem have built over Hiver Thrrtw at HajriMd a hrldpa . thstand 'ha hearieat traffic, yet h "utomatlcally meeta the rlae ""'1 all "f the river and caji wlth " -"id severe floods. vi n iTiui vrtTu linrs. "hen ynr youn chicks do nnl "w and thrive they need a tonle. ' -. .hnniHa' roullrjr Itemedy Is only a tnnle but a apeelfle for eKi","1 TTnnh'''. 'laps, and other sen i. ,r"uhl'"- f'rt H today. We l H on the mine back plan. Adv. " iMake It Support You and support you will the rst of your j life. Tins sudden wealth can be tint j In apartment bullitlnaa (hat brln .n uur.,i teome write and he ronviiiied 0' Addreaa Jnhft Dean, :'60? lo.'ist I'lflennth street, Kanaaa I 'It v. M i a t lucsiamwoHi A New Motor Oil Manufactured by the Lubrite RefiningfCompany A lubricant of the hldhnst quality refined by the Well process: from Humble crude. A Napthene biuin oil superior to Trunk Hn, J'a.. production, Ion resrarded as the best Itihrli-atimr crude known ' Made from the best crude ohtilnahle, proceseil by i lumbal separation lns'ead of helm? distilled by Intense h'at Phis l.wbnte product affords perfect lulirleutlou, wears tntn h ImntiT and una in6 power and entrine efficiency In any tipe of rnotor. rrm raIjK at Ai.i.itM)M:n s-rvrinNs ai.i, mti idkai, hl'M'HI. Ill-WY JtUt SI'MMIOIl I si; The United Savings & Loan Association has iu:kn in ijusinkss eight days, and has enahled eive different-people to jjtaht five new homes. WE WILL 1 1 LLP YOU Wo have issued Fifteen Hundred Shares of our capital stock to Saving Investors, on which we will pay cS',' to .'; interest, compounded semi-annually. Why not. start a systematic savings account with us for the inevitable Rainy Day. TO SAVE OR TO RORROW CALL()N THE United Savings & Loan Association OFFICE IN WAR SAVINGS RANK PHONE SMU Open Day Time S to o :,'() -Evenings 7 to 5)