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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1020.
11 WARNING ISSUED TO TULSA LEGION wnln Clark Advises Carefulness in Making Resolutions. WOULD DEPORT I. W. W. Resolution of State Command cr Horace Hasan Is Adopted. Think twlm before you 'r.iolulo." Thm wf advice given Joo Cnr- nn pout of mo Ainttwin mk.".. ttmUIn 'I'rk Nlchol. of Uufauln. Member of the state, executive, com Em" of the legion, at a smoker' Slid In tie municipal niidltorlum b ih IMWl P"t lft night. lhr.,T tetter that you fall to pnm io roo,' rerolutlons thnn that you unthinkingly let onn n0 Rcit ny i S , of i evolution. Deserve' four mmlcntnntlonn .Hid endow- j ,, If ou wish thorn to be taken Urloun The American legion Is J the on.) organisation mat mecm todv that run he called entirely AmnMn Therefore Itn ondorne. menW nnd It denunclatloiiH will lie taken !i over Iho country with con tlilcrabl. weight. TrlU Itlghtn of Lesion. AlwiVH apply this test. Auk your nlvcs If t'te organization which you nrc rori'l' inning Ik ono that respects 'ie Atm'l nn flag an Hi standard a , ,? whOHn principles do not ton( . wrh tho principle of tho .ra' t 'ion of the United States. If ! don 1' should not he endorsed or .ontlwned by the legion, but If It !ocs no- thou tho legion Is within Its rights to act regarding It as I cew fit. i "Political parties should never be ho object of any action on the xir of tho legion. However, organtr.a I (Ions that are called polities) psttlea I out aro not on not enjoy tins cxemp , , . 'Ion. A political party has the defl AUVlSeS nlte theories of tho government of mo country unuer ttiu conMltiilliit of the United Stntes. Them are some organizations that nre caller political parties that arc oppnne.l t tho constitution and havo na thep standard tho-fed flag Instead of ihj stars ami stripes. Thtue o-enlle' purlieu ihould be vigorously and openly fought by the legion because they are un-American" Mr. Nichols was Introduced by V. II Kinney, who formerly seivel it me same company of which Mcholn iv.ih captain. In the lib sence of Tost Commander .1 ihtt lingers. V U. Ilitgleton Jr viei commander, presided over the meet Ing Horace H Hagnn proposed a res olutlon Hint the post recommend t." congress that membership In th. I W W be mnde sufficient euse for deportation from the country us in enemy of tho Million. The rcs't utlon was unanimously adopted by he post. I 'In ii .Memhcnlilp lrlw l'lans for the membership drive which will open February 1. were Mst'iisHeil and the following cmii mltteo appointed by tho chair to enmplnle arrangements; ,t A. Mo V'col, ('. C To e, Paul McHrlde 'VVIl liam Cnurtnev Miss Mario Alch atnl V. K Wortlilngtin Cy l.ncstnn ami lltll Spencer were appointed to eon dui t the publP .tv fm 'he i .tmpalun Mus ul enerlnltiiner t was fur nislied by Corp I f Wheeler who sang several number tn his own ne compiimimwit on Hut uKelele. and the Magic Cll male uuurtt'i. who ate the official Jaix producers o' local poet. m i:nti:ht.i tijiiS.MiKUk j Stiitloticr linn to Knlorinlii Mem- lietx of ni Orgiiiiluilloit I A dlntier-danee will be given ti (members of the Tulsile elitli on to nmrrow night at the Ketchutn Ho M b the Ple'ds Stationer COIil pnny It will siart at S 10 p m Mi uiItc i f the Tills.) 1' iiihaMng I i i ii-i iiioii ale n mi Invited 1 1 1 it i 1 OTHtn CHA.VGli TODAY ROYAL li TODAY BOX VUE In High-Class Musical Comedy Harmony Quartet Billy Van Allen Tlie Kubo Comcttliui Pictureland Chas. Ray in 'The Corner in Coleens' GRAND PlyinK All Wook Matlnco Dull) 2:3o p. m. KicnlngM at H o'clock EDMOND HAYES 's i Tlic rin.no .Moling With Wbw !ny, Ida Emerson Louise Pearson May Lorimcr Gcrtrudo O'Connor. BURLESQUE EVNUY DAY IS IiADIKS' DAY .Mallncn 10c, 2hc, fiOe Nlghtrt '1T,V, 50c, 7.V $1.00 Get the Grand Habit Tiring ttio Wholo l'anilly AMATEUR m FRIDAY IxjtH Of 11111 A Dazzling Chorus next vi:i;k si-oiit c.wwr NEW SHOW TODAY Opening With This Afternoon's Bargain Hon Officii Oixmi I0::i0 I'Imiiii- 11020 MATIN KI'! Ito. 25c Ethel Clifton .slstrl by Joun Storm mill C(vi)iiiiiy In her null original sketch "DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND" ESPEY & DUTTON BILLY HART Top Notchem And Ills roue t'ln-im :irl of A Nim'l Coincily Versatility Act "The Current of Fun Pre.Ni'iitlnc the Scientific ICnlginn MADAME BURNELL ORPHEUM NEWS JEANNE BOYDELL Ixtvntrlo OoiikmIIciiiio Night Shows 7 and 9, Prices 15-25-35-S0c coMi.vr: soov ALEXANDER GARR Star of the original Nov York prrHlnctlon, "I'otnhli mid Pcrliiiuttor," I'ritM'iitlnit inuilcvllle'H irreatrst "ketch, "APRIL SHOWERS" LYRIC TODAY liAST DAY WM.S.HART IN "Square Deal Sanderson" Au Artornft Picture MAJESTIC THREE DAYS BEGINNING TODAY - - - " 1 r-i m WON DliR LAND Don't MIm tint Cheer Up Girls iAtlN flf V iNHl SlllllfS Heal Comeilv I'lCI'l lll'.I.AND I'lrtl-ltun IViituni "Forbidden" Cuticura Soap The Velvet Touch For the Skin 3,0ftlftt( TtlfHWI.fM VTMfwtin fofMTlH .Ur OvUriftUlMiliiflM IMft 1. Mtit,Wl BK0ADWAY TODAY t'li.iiigi' of I'rotfiiiiii 'Winter Garden Follies' 1'nt.entlng "WhatNext?" MiihIciiI Offering or Merit mid Otlgliiitllti Phollipliil Irene (itstle III "The First Law" mulct nic n :io, 7 :to. t) :u Picinrt- i :to. it. h :io Seats Now On Sale AT JENKINS' MUSIC STORE rou LOUISE HOMER Convention Hall Monday Evening, January 19 ' Prices $1.00 to $2.50 ' Kenurm ticket liolilecn am urgnl tit get Ihelr roeruilloint at lenkltit Mtiitlu Sloro 1 - r in itr w 'W ea? -. m m n n n v Y2E . jfv-vTXY T m vso 1 'iff MARY PICKFORD "POLLYANNA" Is coming to the NEXT SUNDAY (and all next week) A gntit scrtvii ilninia of lilcmior Porter' itorhl-famou noii'l RIALTO Miss Pickford's First Picture for United Artists Beginning TODAY PALACE Beginning TODAY A Premier Presentation A Great Star A Stupendous Production A Thrilling Story That U hee . Vm. S.HART "c't n xmniliTfiil mlnturc, In ''iiiur,. dp,,) himlcrson;" Jt'lil uoollv mill Inflexible In in fight for tho right; hut "iiilir hiu utmoNt cueil by ie nniMtine of tho woman liu loies. Added Attraction I lajil Comeilv I'.ntltlcd "It's a Hard Life" . hiilsslc,i 10c anil ISO War Tax Paid StJiciliilo of Khouliu; 10. 30. I, 2:30, 4, 6:30. 7, BiSO ana to p. ,. tomlnc Tomorntw. Friday One Day only Mary Pickford in "Hearts Adrift" Arlrraft Picture AT HOME TO CALLERS . - il ,.. ........ nil ftir I.I.WI ....... I.. irnljn fnprlm.ii ii Imp 111 IrrrfHl.tfwiklriL' JOIIHK III' ll-ll- li lll'i "II ' ii"" llli ii III . r' rt ' r. If iles mill MtretlieiuiH Insist on ciunlng along oil, tcrj well. Object It matrimony, hut this Is not compulsory QIIAHMIXO ( '6y amifitfempnt1 ' M'fi Forvnz Zegdcyr! ) itv "WANTED- A HUSBAND jd CParaniount-rtrtcmftCPiclure A Two-Reel Comedy, "A Knight of the Dub," with Ernest Truex Gaumont News Majestic Orchestra and Organ Screen Time 1 1:30, 12:30, a, 3:30, 5, 0:30, 8, 0:30. j.rlre Iowcr l'loor, 30;: Duhiiny, BOOi Huis.Ib, Uiwerwil, fOu. Here is the picture you have waited to see Hayakawa in. A picture of Chinatown It mj slri Ich lis dri'iuleil tongx lis lieurl llirohs of I'ne anil lull'', A new reil.hlniMleil clmnu lri liillon h n j great artist. Chinatown U iiIwiijm I he prinlinl pnlni of liilrrcil to slglileer, Tlier Is n tell of oriental nit l-f uriviinilliig this ipiurler llt ilecJilMlly npiieiilx. Siie llniiiltuwii In truly u great plitcr. Ills fiiitt-tmciit of liny rol lm Is east for In Mire In rexull In u hrllllaut performance. In the Tonif Mjui" Im Ih Hiperli. A role that fit liliu to u iilcx-l). See the mystic maze of Chinatown -The wars of the Dragon God. tongs The hatchet men of the PALACE ORCHESTRA P ATI IE NEWS SCREEN TIME: 11:30 - 12:45 -2-3:15-4:30-5:45-7-8:15-9:30