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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920.
"PINKEY" LEWIS BOXES JACK THOMPSON 12 -ROUND DRAW
Heavyweights Battle Evenly,
Holding Costs Lewis Victory
"Pinkoy" Leads Milling, CHANEY ROBBER HELD
But Holds on Too
ALBA STOPS BULLAR
"THAT LITTLE GAME"-
Coslen Scrapper Again Ex
hibits Punch; Bullar
Jack Thompson nnd "1'lnkey"
I"tvls, draw, 12 round.
Tommp Alba knocked out
"Irish'' llullur, three rounds.
If. O. McCarthy outpointed
nYlWK Dcmpscy, nix rounds.
Ily I .A 1(11 Y DAIM5V.
Jack Thompson ot Philadelphia
nml "J'lnkey" lwls of Oakland, nn
Kro lionvyivel;hts lust night boxed a
1 2 -rou ml draw in tlio iniilii event of
tlm InnUKural raid uf tint Tulsa
I'ollco Athletic clul) nt Convention
hall. Tim limit Wis niilU(ii('tnry,
though flharaotcrlr.cd liy tun tiutoh
holdltur, I.owl.i being tlio moat frc
tiuent offender. It amir tluit fault
that cimt I'wIm tlio decision as ho
outfought ThoiiipKor. liy a simile.
IxiH'Ih lei! thu I it 1 11 1 1 ) K moHt of tlm
way, IIIh luft wan especially ef
fective, Thompson being unaliln to
defend himself from thu southpaw
Jab of IiIk opponent.
Ism Is llrut.s IHimhI.
I'lHlitlng -was fuHtut- In tlm flint
and until rounds tlian In thu otluir
ti'ii. llolli wuru won liy I.:w1h. JIu
sent Thompson to tlio ropi-a In tlio
Hint round and In tlio timth luul the
lilK easterner blrcdliitf from thu
tuuiith and In u i;rotgy condition,
.lack cm i hi hack ntrnmr, however,
evening up tlio eleventh round anil
taking the twelfth hy tlio ttltudo.
Lewis boxed oluvcrly and euro-
fully. 1 to was much fattier than
Thompson and tuuscd thu lattur to
mlsn often. IIIh IiIowii, whllu nut cfi
pcclally hard woro landed often and
ic.curatloy, hln Judge of dlntiuico
permitting hltn to swap punches
with morn tliun an even break.
'rhutnpHoii fought lita worm fight
In a Tulsa ring. Though ho landud
Homo telling wallops ho mlimml fro-
inetity und showed it lack of ability
to Jinli',0 distance. Ho alluwcd
lcwls to Jab him often about tho
rauu whllo ho showed lm could iih
slmllnto much puulnhniunl without
giving ground, It allowed Lewis to
establish iiutnt lead,
I low ICouiiiIm Were.
rtvo rounds, tlio first, fourth,
sixth, ninth und tenth wont to
Lewis; four, tlm second, fifth,
eiKiun aim tenth woro won bv
Thompson, anil three, tho third, ncv.
cum anil eleventh woro oven.
Tommy Alba, of Tulsa, milled iiu-
ottier vtclory to his Hut whoil ho
utopped "Irish" llullar, Tulsa traffic
ouicor alter ono in nulo and in mn
ontbi of milling In tho third round of
ineir scnetttilod eight-round semi
ivllidiiii. Alba exhibited it hunt wl
lop with both JiandH and Improved
Hullnr, outweighed Boveral poundn
fought gamely and woll ngnlnst tho
' McCarty HeatH Dciiiiihov.
lv. O. McCarthy outpointed Youhk
"iiHimi'jr tit it mm nix round ko,
menu mils nro wonderfully clever
and put on tv splendid ko. lloth Jiru
John Ilrlggs, and "The Shadow,"
both of Tubta wrestled 20 minutes
"tiiioui a inn in tho curtain minor.
it -was an interesting match.
Owen CitHtlobetry of Tubta dial
ensed tho wluner of tho Alba-llul
titr ,o. cnntleberry In a Bplontlld
miB prottpoct and Bhould jirovldo
iinn a llillKII DI11UO.
l'ranKIO iMOiire. nf Knu I.Vnn.,1....,
clutllertBed any inlddlowclBht In tho
minor nilekcr of San 1'ranclnco
Cnnl 1h Sot Lif actor v.
ino card was very Kitlnfartory
.v.nh uiiiiiiiKt'ii eiiiciuniiy, oiimlna
iton or iircsomo delayH between
events bulns ono of tho feature.
jteceiptN of tho proBrnm jr to liolp
purchai.0 ovurcoiilcu for th0 pttllcu
I in I Mm;, (Inirtri'tl Willi HittlniM
Held I'p (. T riiiiney Saliiiibiy
NlBhl, N Mill Held In I'll) .lull
AlthlHIKh tin tlillfKlM llll'l' lieen
filed MKnIlixt bltti fur th n licked
I'lltlirty und Iii'iKIhk tin of fl. T
t'hitnty, 1 202 'Ueiii liiinly utre-'t,
iHtn Hiihirilnv nuht, l:iirl KImk. oil
f If lil Hork'T w ib mill in Hm i ity Jail
lant nlKlil on a elutrite if InvHtlim-
(oii. t.'liiint'y iipiii'iitMil nt I He pn
I Hen hIhUoii i.rly fMti'it.iy mornlliB
nun iiiiii ine poin i m il lie woiilil
file elmrKfn HKaltwl, Klni; In the
county but lult- ycNti'idrty iifti'iiiiiun
no rlirtrtttit bin) been filed, nml III"
pollro dei In red that iiii-m (?h(iney
appenrt'l itrn IriMt lilm. ICImk would
have to bf turned loiMie.
IjiIo Haturday nlKlil ('haney win
lileked up by two men In a bilKBy
it tul wln'ii out on the Hund HprliiKH
rond. rubbed of nil IiIm cIoIIiih
and bciitmi up. After wanderlni;
nroiind for nnveral hoiim (Mm in v fi
tut I ly iprrlvcil help from a hotln In
tlm norlhwcMtern part uf town ri-l
notlflfrd tho pollen. About tlayllplit
HUii'Iiiy morning Um pollen fuund.
ICIriB with li In clolhfH Kpattert'd wllhi
blood sleepliiB with a rifle 111 hln
armti In a nmnll nhiiek at Parkview
Htnllon, Hand HprliiKH line
Klnc wiih ponltlvely lilrntlflnil by
WINNERS GET ALL
OTkpsp birds kitty out ono a?n from each pot, 7h& kitty
qops to oira wno nas neia me mqnesz nana
4 ELEVENS PLAY
I rnn nir titi ro
ruri DIU 1 1 1 LLO
NrurtiCM' Ciim'N I'p AriiIii.
i.rrrr.T: uoric, Atk, Nov s
The cnscH of nix licuroi tt ttetitenc d to
denllt In ennneetlon with I ho tact
rlnln at Ktatnu, Atk. today wem
fiulnnltted to the titate ttiipreniit
court for tlm nvcond time. When
KiibmlttliiB thu flmt time they were
remanded for trial becitUKo of :tn
error In tho verdict. The Neeond
verdict of Biillty wiih returned by
the lower court nml thu cane again
nppenletl. Tho wit nenroeit Involved
and nix other whofto ensea have bonii
finally tlecldrd, now urn held In
dentil coIIh at tho penitentiary.
Tlinr, N V. Nnv I --.Innif H. Illrif.
prpfllilrnt of lli llupe Knlttlnir rnmimny
f rolmm nml iToiuliir lit tlmrniiKliuiit tlm
V H, n tiiaiiuractiiror of Knit K''1.
dlatl mnlilMilir nt lil Ilium In t'lilinm tn
ilny During th wnr lm witu rlinlrtnnu
nf t tin tinilcpwf r tiranrli uf tlm nuinrll
of tmtlnnnl ittfriiim nml thrnuiili lilin nil
contrnctn wffn Imndliol.
LEAGUES BROKEN UP
CONTINt'Kt) I'ltOM PAtlll ONI5.
enntratlH provlotinly m.u-. TIiIh
factor, they nald, would irlve the
fivo remalnltiB lenijuu cluliH atldl
tlomtl el rrn Klh and ennblo Un,m to
proceed with orKioilnitloii nf a new
American lmiKUO. liidlvliluul club
ownem wild their would "fli?lit tn Hi,.
Hint coin i ' neroro allowlni; uny play
er to bo taken over by ho new
I WoumoFooriOut2EHS-HE OMLV had Voo-ac. "Lt oOHtA m Su$p6;tD
Mid amd had' it once,- ax.y: L-VU pn. If"
Pcnn State, Pitt, Illini
and Ohio in Kacc
Jplayn two inoro cames Wisconsin
next .Saturday nnd Ohio Hlatn tho
fnllowlnff date. Htato plays only ono
moro t'tinferenco Katnc. In tho
event that llllnoln Ih tlefentcd by
WlHeonidii and wins from Htato. tho
Zuppke oleven Btlll would bo cham
pion, itlnco It would havo ono moro
victory than Ohio Btate to Its rretllt.
Itufo King Trial On
TA'.NDON, Kan., N
trial of Hufo Klni; t hai
murder of John Oil)
Ulll In 1909, Orrlston I ,
tTiday that ho saw John .
Maplo Hill by train thr n
Ik nlleBcd to have be n n
STATE HIGH TITLE !
Oklahoma City and Mus-;
kogee Battle at
Football Title Race
-May lie a Triple Tie
l'lKht liiMiriuiro HnlMO,
( i.t t ii.ii itociv. Ark., Nov. S, At-
B-V i. v,,",r'u '" 1 Arliuelile,
i lllHl'r'"i''e rommKoner 1J. T
llulllon and Kirn Marshal R n
..iiiimny iW (otlay for Ohiciiiro to
ih. , ii ""neiwes for morn
han 10 Insurano companies B,.it.
inir to prent by Injunction the oW
It 0t. I'r(!,"lu mtes nt tho order
or tho Insurance commbwluii.
fillip Ikwin! Suiipllt'M Sold.
WABHIN'llTCWf, Nov S.-Halo ot
tho. shipping board's surplus m;t
ttirlali on tho Pacific coast, cmlm
otcd to bo worth about lfi. 000,000
to llardo HrotherH, lm , of .N-v
YorJf, T.aa uiniouiunl Uidaj by
mttm: Cl,riJ OWNIIItS
OI'I'OSK I.ASKKIt I'liA.V.
KANSAS! CITY, Nov. S. Dnfent
tor inn uiHker plan of bimehnll in
orBnnlitatlon In tho minor lenirtict
seemed probablo toiilcbl iih the
presltlents aim club owners of tho
minor Iciibucm of tint nation Kiitherod
hern for their convention, which
Claiming that thu proposed plan.
niloTlted by tlio National lenmin cl lb
owners nnd three American Iciikuo
clubs In Chlcam today, provides for
itovernitient without representation,
the tiilvaneu Ktiiird uf minor .leiiKiin
officials arriving hern tleclari'd they
would oppomi overy mnvo of the ma
jor letiKiies to present tho plan for
tul opt Inn t oiiuii nnv,
Tho stand was taken that tho
minor lenKiiea arn capable of kov
ernltiB theiiulves nnd that thnv
would contlnuo to direct tho nffuJrH
of their own orKanl7atlon.
David I,. KtiltT!, president nf tho
International lenKtie. characterized
tho action of tho major leagues In
ChlettBo today tm "chlldlsli."
"It seems to inn to bo conclunlvo
evidence that tho elKht National
leitKiin clubs and three from thu
American lenient) need r.omebody to
rnn their nffalrs," Presld.nt Full,
said. "Thu split of tho major
leapues vas n 'nhlldltth' tileco nf ac
tion. However. It will have no f
feet on us. Wo shall continue to
take faro of nur own Intercuts iih
wo havo ilonu In tlio past. Thorn
will bo no elm nee of thu minor
leiiKUes atloptlliB the I inker plan."
A. It. Tourney, of ChieiiKo. prel
dent of tho Western and Three I
lenKiics, anil an nKBresslvn lender In
minor letiBtio affairs, definitely i-oin-mltted
hlmsvlf nH opposed to th
1inker plan. lie declared the
mlnorn nru not suitably re preen n t .'d.
Club ownern of the Western leitBUo
hold their annual fall meeting lo'ie
today and adopled tentatUn plaiiH fur
thu 1921 campalBii. Ther.n is a pos
sibility that tit. Joseph, Mo., may lose
Its franchise as a result of the lack
of Interest taken thero last season,
1'rcBldent Tourney was empowered
to t'oinpletn the circuit fur the 1921
season and Indicated that the St.
.'osepb fruiii'hlHO mlKlit be awarded
to another city. Nothing definite In
thlH ii'iiaril Mill be dune, hnwevir,
until the scheduled meeting after ;ho
first of tlm year.
Thn club owners also decided to
make tho mil playing season two
wnckit lnngnr 1 1) ii the last season.
The pennant race Mill bo opened a
week curlier than usual, and closo
Bpclnl In Tlm Wnrhl.
SIl'HKPtlBK, Nov. 8.- After ling
liiB up Its seventh consecutive vb -tory
and scoring morn than 300
points, the Muskiigin high school
football team Is expecting to sweep
thioligh thn next three weeks t t th
most surceFsfiil season thu school
has ever known. The latest to suc
cumb before tll ousI.tUKhts of the
Muskogee eleven tun Henryetta,
who on thn (iioo of thn ilu hud a
icnin ns goon or neiter limn uaiu
honiii City. Ilenryettn lost 7U to w
and against many of .Muskogee's
second string players. -
Thu next tent for tho local boys
and tliu cme they are most desirous
of winning euiues next Thursday,
when Oklahoma tM(y comes to Mus
kogee for an Armistice day contest.
MiiHkogi.o Is particularly anxious tn
Ret revenge fur Inst year's battle,
which went to the capital boys In
the slutn champion bout.
Altec Oklahoma I'lty comes to
Kort Hmhh and then tho Thai ks-
Klvlng buttle with Tulsa. While the
latter will lack some of lis former
flavor by reitsim of Tulsa's twit de
feats this ear. there will always bo
thn keen rivalry that Mill mean a
hard turkey day battle. The Kort
hinlth contest next week will be
fntrly hard, local players expect, but
they anticipate no trouble If the
can defeat Oklahoma City by a wldti
margin this week.
If Muskogee should achieve u'lmt
every one of the several bundled
students hopes for and will ten
straight victories for the season,
they will have the championship of
Oklahoma and Texas, for the strong
llryati- High school of Dallas went
down to defeat here a week ago
Arkansas may bo conitierod In a
post-seiiMtn battle, as Muskogeeans
are looking forward to n tilt with
Iitory of tho
tho I'nlverslty of
by n 21 to 9
ball last week.
Ily winning from
the Soouerit are
the only tin.
beaten team In
tho Missouri Vnl
anil havn practically cinched that
title Other Oklahoma elevens have
had rough going In Interstate games.
NePher thn .Aggies or Phillips unl
ii ruliv iinvn moii a came In the
Southwestern conference, each los
ing three Phillips lost Krlday to
the I'nlverslty of Texas, 21 to 0, at
lieoiliill tiilli-Ki'i nndi'ft'iilo'l III
Its race for the Mule ttillcRlatc
title niliiiliiMerOil lis eighth tie
feat Saturday to mi Oklaliotmx
clown by trouncing the Haptlst
milt entity grtdatcrs by it HI to 0
Aggies, Northwestern normal and
Central normal, three of the stain's
leading teams, were Idle last week.
Knst Central normal easily won from
Northeastern normal 01 ,to 0 In the
only other state collcRlate Biiinc.
ncfcal or Tul-a by Oklahoma
City I'rlilay 7 tn II. the Oil City
latN thereby Is'lng eliminated
from the stale Itlgli school champ
ionship hunt bulling iMslbllltlcM
of late season rcicrsals, fcaturcil
Oklnlioma high school football.
Tulsa's Iick, their first of the
season, Ii'iimti Muskogee as tho
only iinlM'iilen cleieii In the statu
und ruiorlti- to cop the tlflc. Tho
cu-tern grid-tors omtmIicIiiiciI
Oklahoma City lost to Chlckasha
IJttl.. t.lft I., . it... t. eailv in the season. K.mulp.1 was
CIIICAOO. Nov. S. A triple tlo
for the "lllg Ten" conference foot
ball championship Is one of the
possibilities that may evolve from
thu remaining games of tho
If Wisconsin, which boasts ono
of the best balanced teams In thu
conference, defeats Illinois next
Haturday, und Chicago tho week
following. It will finish tho season
with only ono defeat. If IlllnoH
wins from Ohio on November 2D,
each of theso teams llkewlsto
would havn it record of one de
feat, and tho Iladgcrs. Illlnl ami
Huckoyu and would bo ties for top
NHW YORK. Nnv. C Knot ball
1 rnpremai y, east and west narrow-d
I t' u If mainly today to speculation nf
tl . oiitct.nti of battles between two
ti niiiS tn t aeh set Hon.
In the east this centers on Pitts-
burgh and Penn State. In the west
1 llllm Is and Ohio State, which fought
I for the ' I'.l- Ten" championship In
thrlr 1 iHt g tme ot the season a yenr
niri v. Ill ntieat tills year.
Piiuceion nnd Harvard, aside from
Pi nn Statu anil Pittsburgh, remain
tit-defeated, but the fact that neither
wan able to score u lctnry In their
meetlnK Saturday detracts consider
abb from thflr slandtnB In thn
minds of rrltlts. Pitt Mils tied by
hi i, -i' iise, an eleven whteh lost to
Hit. Cross, while penn State hit
bri -.cd easily through a season
without a setback.
Harvard I'levcn Strong.
Of th" two big three mcmberit,
Harvard nppears to have tho strong
er trim, Judging solely b the fact
Hint it scored the llelng touchdown
::t a time when Princeton appeared
to have tho sumo iced and when It
sin old have held.
Pittsburgh and Penn fltnto prob
nblv Mill Hilnidv the main topic for
all American selection,. In view of
the fact that two nf the finest back
ftuld men In years tire starring nt
tho two stations are Wray of Penn
sylvania und Davis of Pittsburgh
I."hlBh will ettgago State next Sat
urday, while Pittsburgh Mill tako on
Washington and Jefferson, an as
signment that 1h causing no llttlo
uneasiness In the Pitt camp.
Pitt Has Hard Came.
As n matter of fact Pittsburgh
waH very lucky to get past tho
(icorgla Tech obstacle without a de
feat, and It Is not Improbable that
the watchful Washington and Jef
ferson eleven Mill win.
Attention on the Atlantic seaboard
tvlll be centered next Saturday on
Princeton and Yale, which meet tit
In the "lllg Ten' of thn Illinois
and Ohio state have each won four
games with no reverses. Illinois
At Last We Have
A Real Jazz Band
Prize Armistice Masquerade Dance
Thursday, November 11
Loh Angeles Wants
Tents for Homeless
I.OS ANGKIjliH, Nov. S.-Loan of
r,000 army tents to be used aa lent-
porary dwellings was nskell of Sec
retary Hakor by the city council In
a resolution adopted today. The I
resolution declared a "state of emer- !
gency" exlstetl in thu housing sittia-1
lion nore. erection or a tent city
at Exposition park is contemplated.
Spokesmen for civic bodies today
told tho council tho emergency was
caused by thn Influx of winter popu
lation and "greed of rent hogs."
MatlncX 2 tojG; evening 0
12. SotTvonlrs to All
It I Soutli.Houlacr
Hotel Tulsa Orchestra
Apply in person nt '118
To Feature Armistice Day
ends without a defeat.
.Muskogee saved its best players
In the Heiiryettn battle and will be
In splendid sjiape for Oklahoma
City eleven when It arrlven. No ex
cuses will bo uf feted, as ibe etexen
has plentiful supply of veteran phn
ers anil a good reserve In case of In
Juries. The speed and dash In the
last two games Iiiib never been
equalled In a high solum! game here
It week later, but a 1 r, I . L-nm,. , lie.l.
el,. .lll i, .0, ...... i it,.. i....
..,.,... ....i i.iiii. un i'i.ii
seastin. I'nder thn new aiianne
metit a large number of doublehead
ijs will be eliminated.
'The 1020 seiisnn was the biggest
from nn attendance standpoint in the
history of the league. President
Tearney's report showed thai tin
eight clubs drew COll.tlOO persons
This Is (in Increase nf 00 per . n
over the 1919 Heitson The Tul a
club led III individual 'lub atti ml
ance with 1.U.000
phtaleti bv Oklahoma Olty and Tulsi
Inst to Oklahoma City, thus rumin
ating three of tho leading con
temleis. Prices may be coming down, but
they havo all got their pfachutes
with them -New York World. '
sale map 'now ready showinR
development, priors paid at
previous sales nnd iiuarter sec
tions to be sold at vetoing sale
(irtnber 12th. 1920. I
( oitimerclal Mine Printing
1 :iiKlnccrliig and Drafting
Triangle Blue Print
& Supply Co.
Hotel Tttl-a Ithlg , Ttilvn, Okln.
Phone Osage IHIHS
Carson Concert Course
COKV T il
The Kmlnent Contralto. Aniorlcnn Horn, American Trained
Prices ROo to S2.S0, plus war tax. Seats nn sule nt Jenkins Muslo
Store, IXday, .Vociiilx-r 12. Season ticket holders mil M'curo
their reservations ut Jenkins.
Our dance pavilion has been made into a real winter
hall. Warm when the weather is cold cool when
weather is hot. Largest and best floor in or near Tulsa.
Wc guarantee this music to be real jazz and to please
Dancing Tonight and Every Night
at Electric Park
J. W. BRYAN, Gen. Mgr.
Take Sapulpa or Red Fork Car
Jot real enjoyment i
YOU can easily find a more
expensive cigar, but hard
ly a more really enjoyable
one. In El Producto the
pleasing, distinctive blend of
choice Havana combines fra
grance, taste and mildness in
the right proportion.
You will find your "pet" shape
among the nine shapes and sizes,
selling at popular prices.
itiiircs & MOSEK
Kansas City, Mo.
Kendall college, undefeated con
tenders for tho ntate collegiate foot
ball tltlo engngo in their ninth game
with nn Oklahoma team Thursday
when they meet the Kingfisher
collegiate grldstera nt .McNulty
park lit 3.30 o'clock.
The' Kondall-IClngfUber battle
features tho Armistice day program
hero and la expected to bo attended
by many cx-servlco men who will
be hero that doy.
Coach Bchmldt Is pointing his
Ticer squad for Its name Nov. 19
with Phillips university, at Unld.
wncn 1110 stato title will bo decided
I'ulteil Daughters or the
Clement V l'atis Chapter
.HUM) Y ami TI I -SD W
Not. H ami U, lU'JO, at 8.1,1 p.m.
M. K. Cluireh
riflli st nml Hilton o.
tn the Oklahotnal
unbeaten r linens
VlVtury over Uie Itat.ttsts las, , .! I PKSIOOO REWARD! LJ"S5
riUUlpa ana -KcmluU aru tho onl 4o xiinjt
unlay was costly, several me., b. . I .S'
Injured. Mr.Mahau hurt his ssmo V?,f.,Jth, Ml;r.r l"u.'i.i .r"1' 1
anklo ntala and probably will n0l'&2$S,rMl,1&
nu tn miapo to play airnlnst the'
JUiiRtlHher team, tlnyder also was
forced to leave the name, llmpluit
from an Injured ankle.
Uist week's Kamo developed a
new Kendall star in Charles Kei k
whore pluyliiK botti offensivet) and
defrnslvel was one of Hie features
KeeK cine hi d and end cr backfleld
brnti by his bniiiaiii urk 111 ihai
M.T, Aituimicmiuuici. tuuicin.m
For Expectant Mothers
Used By Three Gekeratioks
tltl VOI tOOll IT 0MMCUH(IIMOO0 4IK.tltY rill
HAPfiim Ruuutoi ee ciri ra.einm.tt.
A Hit From the Start
Mild Havana Cigars
2 FOR 25c
Absolutely tho boat
ciKnr value, niiulo of
Very Mild . Havana
TV O.NK TODAY
Knights of Columbus
Free Evening School
For Ex-Service Men and Women.
Accountancy, Bookkeeping, Advertising, Salesmanship,
Public Speaking, Stenography, Typewriting,
Civil Service, Auto Mechanics
Knglish, Ma'thcmatics, Penmanship, History, Spanish,
Other courses will bo offered where demand justifies.
Apply at "201 Seaman building, opposite Orpheum
theater, 12 to 1 p. ni. and 5 to 8:3o p. m.
400 Registrations Required to Open School
WILLIAM F. TONGATE, Registrar
201 Seaman Building
13. M GALLAHER, Chairman
WILLIAM G. MALLON, Vice Chaifman
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I largo living room, 3xl8 feet, with elegant brick mantel, largo dleiiiK
two bedrooms, bath, butlers pantry, kitchen, lanse nan wan uii" -LtvlnK
room, dlnlnR room and hall have double oak floors, Becon I-
consists of three largo bedrooms with closets in each tieurooni. " -k
ith. Decorated throuuhout with tho r ry best. All w '
ball nt.il bath.
white nitnn.nl. Inrc front nnd bneW norehes. Iaruti basement rtttli
drv. I'nrniirn tipnU Twn.rar enrniro. servant OUarterS With batr
larKO closet. Lot TOclSO fcot. corner lot. This Is truly a ho
could not dunllcato u for 120.000. and the lot Is worth
JSO.ooo, with a straight loan ot 6,60u, interest at eisu' per e. n. e
semi-annually. Balance on Rood tcrmH.J3ne of tho best values o
If you are IntHrested In a homo you should investigate this ono. or t
603-9 Daniel Bide
THEODORE COX '